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Array JUL ��     B04  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1004.  No.' 44  rtf-';/1,  Over-stocked with Trunks  DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS? It means that we have a  large assortment of up-to-date Trunks���all new goods���which we  intend to sell at reductions of from 10 per cent to 25 per cent. Avail  yourseh of this opportunity.    It will only last for a short time.  New Bags,  Telescopes  and  Suit Cases.  Luneh Boxes  25 and 40c.  SCREEN DOORS  and WINDOWS  ICE CREAM  FREEZERS  Screen Doors, assorted sizes, from St.SO to  $3.00. Adjustable Window Screens. Wire  Cloth inxsix widths.    Misquito Netting-.  White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers. Sizes  2 qt., 4 qt., 6 qt., 8qt. It pays to have  your own freezer. It pays to have the best  ���the Triple Motion.  LAWN  MOWERS   15" Baylor Forbes Lawn Mowers at    <t��  ���        ' ������������    Winn wnnl-rl hp TOitliniit nnp?   HVipanpr    ^f\3  Who would be without one? Cheaper  than borrowing.  v    v�� ww��y*rm^^^- ^r" " V." w��� " w-- v*- v ~ v-v~ ~ w   v    w���    ����-- w��� ^**���    *m-    ��      w-     ��       ���       ��  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Wholesale Dealers  in  Choicest Brands  of Wines,  Liquors  Sole Boundary  Agents For  and  PABSTJfe  COMPANY^  CELEBRATED  MILWAUKEE  w LAGER  BEER  Cigars.  Drink Iron Brew  The Ideal Drink  JAS. McCREATH, Prop-,   Greeenwood  RENBELL & C  T ���?* *��� ���$��� *?* "f* *$* *** 4* 4* ^ ���$��� ���!* *$��� ���$��� *$* *$��� *f* *l* ^ 4*  * Big Pay Day Sale Now  % On X Bargains For  I Cash Buyers X See  % Bills For Prices X  J AGENTS  FOR MASON AND  RISCH PIANOS X X X *  ���$��  4��  4��  t RENBELL & C��  ���'  4��  INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF TWENTY HIGH GRADE MINES  ADJACENT TO  GREENWOOD,  ARE   MOSTLY DIVIDEND PAYERS  Recent rich strikes in the high grade  properties of this camp have greatly  tended to stimulate development work.  The frequent distribution of handsome dividends among the shareholders who are mostly local people, has  proved a potent factor in attracting  the attention of outside investors.  ManY working bonds have been acquired during the pnst two months and  several other important deals are pending. Prices have recently shown a  marked tendency to advance. The  Greenwood high grade belt is believed  to extend from Midway to Long Lake  camp, a distance of fourteen miles with  a width of about two miles east and  west from the east bank of Boundary  creek. This belief is based on the  rich surface assays, similarity of formation and occurrence of true fissure  quartz veins throughout this otherwise  well defined territory. The centre of  the belt, where the most work has been  done, occupies a section extending one  mile in each direction north and south  of town. As a matter of fact two  dividend payers, the Providence and  Elkhorn, are actually within the city  limits. They are situate in what is  generally described as the north belt,  whose southern limit is Twin creek,  which wends its noisy course down the  steep hillside and lind an outlet in  Boundary creek in the centre of the  city" Silver constitutes at least ninety  percent, of the values in the north  belt. South of Twin creek and occupying a region paralleling the south  end of the corporation limits is located  the south belt where the values in gold  very largely predominate. The ore,  generally speaking, is of richerquality  than that of its northern neighbor,  easily averaging $150 per ton. The  occurence of high values in the vicinity of Greenwood is no new discovery.  Several of the properties which are  now on a paying- basis made profitable  ' shipments sixty miles by wagon road  many years ago. Owing.to the^wide-  spread attention to the vast but low  grade gold copper deposits consequent  upon the extension of railway facilities the very existence of the rich  quartz lodes seems to have been forgotten for nearly half a decade. The  success achieved by local syndicates in  re^deinbnstratirfg 'the 'possiiailities'of  the small but high grade leads seems  to have amazed the citizens of a town  whose population shifts and renews  itself with the characteristic frequency  of the average mining camp. Now a  new era of development which promises to assume widespread proportions has set in. There are scores of  meritorious properties that only wait  the application of capital to become  rich producers. The remarkable results accomplished by the Providence  and Elkhorn in becoming dividend  payers from the very outset of operations and their ability to pay all working charges aud costs~ of mining  equipment form a bright chapter of  successful mining of which the camp  may well feel proud.  The ore in the Greenwood belt occurs  in a quartz gangue and is composed of  galena, zinc, blend, autimonial silver,  arsenical iron, iron pyrites and patches  of sulphurets. The veins have a general trend north and south and vary in  width from ten inches to two feet.  They have a uniform dip to the east.  The country rock on cither wall is a  pyrroclastic greenstone overlying a  granite formation.  THE providence:  The revival of activity in the high  grade belt dates from September, 1902,  when Duncan Mcintosh, a pioneer  mining operator of the Boundary, organized a local syndicate for the purpose of acquiring and developing the  Providence mine, at that time a mere  "prospect" with the reputation of having made a number of shipments of  high grade ore to outside smelters  prior to the advent of the railway. In  accordance with the the terms of the  working bond, covering a period of  nine months, "Wm. Fowler, the owner  was paid 25 per cent down on account  of the purchase price of $50,000. Two  weeks later the syndicate disposed  of  a quarter interest in the bond to Mark  F. Madden, a well known Chicago  capitalist. At that period the workings consisted of two shafts fifty and i  sixty feet, respectively, and a forty  foot drift. Steps were then taken to  transfer the bond to an incorporated  company with a capilal stock of $200,-  000 in shares of the par value of $5  each. Mr. Mcintosh lost no time in  demonstrating the possibilities of the  Providence. He took charge of the  mining operations and still retains the  position of superintendent. The Providence virtually proved to be a paying proposition '-from the grass roots".  Inside of nine months the property had  been paid for, fifty per cent of the purchase price having been derived from  the profits on ore shipments. Iu addition the mine has borne all costs of  development and mining equipment,  besides contributing $11,000 in dividends to the shareholders. It will be  seen that the mine has alread}- paid  about seventy-five per cent on the original investment. Nor does this complete the marvellous record. The  Providence has $200,000 worth of ore in  sight, has a bank balance of $15,000,  over $20,000 worth of ore in transit and  twenty-five per cent of unallotted  stock or 10,000 shares still remain in  the treasury.  The vein is a true fissure and outcrops on the surface the full length of  the claim. In width it varies from  four inches to two feet. The average  width is ten inches with a tendency to  widen perceptibly and to improve in  value at depth. Mr. Mcintosh had  plain sailing after solving the broblem  of a fault at the forty foot level. The  trend of the ledge is northeast and  southwest with a dip to the east. The  development work accomplished by the  company comprises over 1900 feet. The  main workings consist of an incline  shaft 290 feet deep following the dip of  the vein. To facilitate the extraction  of ore levels were driven from each  side of the shaft at depths of 50, 130,  150 and 290 feet respectively. Raises  connect the three first named levels.  Altogether a great deal of ground has  been opened up and the estimate of  the ore iu sight being valued at $200,-  000, may be regarded as conservative.  The Providence ships'aTra.vefage of'90  tons of ore monthly to the C. P. R.  smelter at Trail. The va'.ues are in  silver and gold in the order named.  The average net values of last year's  shipments, over freight and treatment,  were S106 net per ton. Although the  ore is becoming more uniform in  character at depth some exceptionally  high grade pay shutes were encountered. One 22 ton shipment made a few  months ago netted $5,400 or an average  of over $240 per ton. An exceptionally rich specimen ran $41,000 per ton.  The Providence has other rich and  untouched assets. A lead parallel to  and 300 feet from the vein now being  developed, extends across the claim  and can be traced on the surface. An  assay from the quartz croppings ran  200 oz. silver and $6 gold per ton. With  the-furtherextension of this main incline shaft on number one vein this  undeveloped lead will be encountered  at depth. The Elkhorn lead, it has  been proven, also extends into Providence ground. Il has been traced to a  point seventy feet from the Providence  line and no doubt will be located with  the expenditure of a trilling amount in  removing the heavy "wash" which  covers the surface at the boundary line  separating the two properties.  The Providence employs thirty men  working in two shafts. It is equipped  with a boiler, blower and hoist, all of  which were paid for out of profits. An  electrically driven skip and compressor  will be installed at an early date.  These proposed improvements will cost  $7,000.  THE  ELKHORN.  The Elkhorn mine, ranking next in  importance to the Providence, has  given additional proof of tlie richness  and uniformity of ��he ledges in the  north belt. It is a f .ill sized claim adjoining the Providence on the west.  It is only one mile from the centre of  the city and is actually located within  the corporation limits. The lead on  the surface is scarcely wider than a  knife blade. This was the seemingly  uncertain "clue" ' which persistently  followed by Phil McDonald and James  Sutherland of Greenwood, the present  owners, has won them fortunes. A  working bond for eighteen months was  secured in December 1902 from Charles  Thomet of Midway, the former owner.  At a depth of fifty feet the vein assumed a width of about ten inches and  contained the first profitable pay  values. The first carload shipments  netted $112 per ton, less freight and  treatment charges. Messrs. McDonald and Sutherland after providing for  all operating expenses paid for the  property out of the profits within a  year, and for the past six months have  been dividing the monthly dividends.  This is regarded as a remarkable  achievement in view of the fact that  the owners only invested $500 as working capilal which was refunded from  the profits derived from the first shipment.  An incline shaft sunk on the lead  has attained a depth of 152 feet. There  are drifts at the 80 and ISO foot levels  from which stopes have been carried  upward. The vein runs northwest  with a dip to the east. It averages  from ten to twelve inches in width but  in several places widens out to two  feet. Its dip is very regular throughout. The values are mainly in silver.  Some specimens were found to contain  50 per cent native silver. The highest  returns in gold from car load lots was  one of $39.20. Shipments to date exceed 600 tons averaging about $100 per  ton. The amount of ore in sight is  estimated to have a value of $100,000.  Ore shipments average 60 tons monthly. The values are improving at  depth. The owners contemplate installing a boiler, pump and compressor  at an early date. The shaft is to be  sunk au additional depth of 100 feet,  thus almost doubling the amount of  stoping ground.  Another lead traversing this property  north and south has been traced by the  outcrop for a distance of 600 feet. It  yielded an assay on the surface of $104  per ton. This vein passes within 300  feet.,of_ithe_.iiicline.shaft,���aidrift���from^  which will tap it at depth.  A small fraction lying between the  Elkhorn and Providence is being de-  velped by Messrs. McDonald, McKenzie and Sam Stingley. An incline  shaft has been sunk on the lead to a  distance of seventy feet. Although no  shipments have yet been made the ore  is said to run high. The vein is the  same lead that has been opened up on  the Elkhorn.  THE E. P. U.  The E. P. U. group, another high  grade wonder, is located in the south  belt on a hill, 3,000 feet directly east of  town. It comprises the E. Pluribus  Unun, the Lancashire fraction and the  Majorie. When this bond was acquired two years ago by D. H. McVicar  and other local people the prospect was  not any too encouraging. The best  assay from a 22 inch quartz outcrop on  the surface was $1.60 per ton. At a  depth of 25 feet ou the lead an incline  shaft encountered ore which averaged  $54 per ton in gold and silver. The  working was extended to the depth of  65 feet whence drifts were run north  aud south and the ground above stoped  out. A drift was also run from an  adit on the lode lapping this shaft and  gaining a depth of 85 feet. All ore is  now i -ing stoped from this level. It is  .proposed to run additional levels from  aa.'i on the vein at different points to  connect with the present workings.  The mine ships from 80 ton 100 tons  oi ore monthly. The values in gold  and silver carry from S^0 to $125 per  ton. Picked samples of tellurides rati  as high as 153 oz. grold and 185 oz. silver per ton.  The local syndicate has long since  paid for the group out of profits and is  now receiving substantial dividends.  The mine has also borne all costs of  development besides providing an  aerial   tramway for the-delivery of ore  Continued on page 8. BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  New  Furniture  Just    received    a   car���  selling'   fast  and  cheap.  Dressers,       Comodes,  Bureaus,     Chiffoniers,  Sideboards,     Lounges,  Extension, Dressing and  Centre  Tables, Folding  Cribs, Iron Beds, Springs  and Mattresses for the  old and the Young.  =.  . WHITE  The 2nd Hand Man,  STANBARB  BATH TUBS  ���as- \#/~ >#/-���      A TVT T��     ���*/~ *���" '���'"  LAVATORIES  B.  W.  BISHOP  PLUMBER  "*  FMTURE  CARPETS  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILERBROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  *  I  v  Y  Y  Y  Y  OLJHYNUDI  bicycle and  machine repairs.  skatesISarpened.  painting and  : sign work.  %  Copper St    Greenwood. |  ..:..>.:��:��x~:k">><"X"X��<K":~x��<"X'->  Y  S.BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL       WATCHMAKER       AND  j EWKLI.HR.  All work guaranteed   GKEENWOOD.  SIX YEARS  PROGRESS  What  Has  Transpired  in  the Boundary.  GREENWOOD'S GROWTH  A   Retroscect   Shows   Some    Great  Improvements.  In August, 1898, a little less than 6  years ago, the writer first saw tlie  Boundary. He travelled from Marcus  over the stage road, along the beautiful Kettle river, through Grand Forks,  where Phoenix now stands, through  Greenwood and Anaconda and thence  to Midway. The country was bursting  with expectations, but there was Utile  else to mark the way. unless dust be  counted. At present the visitor from  outside points lias the choice of two  railway routes into the Boundary. He  can go from Marcus to Rossland by  the Great Northern and theuce by the  Canadian Pacific Railway to nil points  in the Boundary. Or if he choose he  can take the short route aud in less  than three hours ride by the Great  Northern into the Boundary. Six  years ago Grand Porks was a beautiful but tired looking spot. Now it has  one of the finest smelting plants on the  continent there, while hundreds of  acres of its rich valley lands have he-  come garden spots, the homes of a  thrifty people. Six years ago one log  hotel stood beside the stage road in  Phoenix and som-2 preliminary work  was going on at the Ironsides and  Knob Hill mines. Today Phoenix is  the premier mining camp of British  Columbia, its output of ore totalling  many hundred of thousands of tons  yearly. Six years ago Greenwood was  a village with three hotels, one private  bank, no churches, no school house, an  embryo mine and no smelters. The  people were a plucky lot though and  when assayed ran high in grit. They  kept pegging away. The Mother Lode  mine grew slowly, steadily into a big  thing. On ground, then a rocky hill  side, a few hundred dollars would have  bought, now stands a fine smelter, its  complete equipment moved by electrical energy carried thirty miles over  the mountain-heights which at Phoenix  reach an altitude of 4625 feet. A number of neglected claims have developed  into valuable gold and silver mines  Five-good churches'have" been'eriicfed."  A fine substantial school house has  been built. A beautiful court house  ���stands on Government street. Many  fine private residence have risen wheres  then no street was graded. The tliree  greatest banking institutions of Cauada have branches, here employing  a dozen men. Stage routes radiate  from Greenwood east, south and west.  Stores and stocks of goods equal >o  those of the largest cities of the land  grace Copper street and excite thi:  wonder of the visitor. ' The Boundary  6 years atro did not ship a ton of ore.  Today its output is a million tons per  yearand fast increasing. . This ton  nage is reduced in its own smelters.  It is only by such retrospection and  contrast that we realize that things  have been doing up here in the hills of  this region. Good men are at ti'e  head of the milling concerns of the  Boundary. They are not stockbrokers  but mine makers. And so the evolution goes on apace. And as yet tilings  are only iu tlieir beginnings. New  capital is coining in to supplement the  old. New energy is being introduced.  New methods have forged to the front.  The riches of the hills are beginning  to minister to the country's welfare.  Six years hence the transformation  will he even greater, and then the  patient working ones will see that  their labor has not been lost.  ��� The Boundary is lo tie th : pacemaker in the race of mining develop  ment in British Columbia, and (ireeuwood, that has never heralded her  position or resources very loudly, will  continue to be the commercial and  industrial, as it is the geographical,  centre of the Boun .--ary. So here's to  the wealth of the Boundary and here's  to the prosperity of Greenwood, Greenwood with its inner circle of the high  grade gold and silver mines and its  outer circle of the greatest copper deposits on the known earth,  A HOT OLD TOWN.  New York City reports 111 cases of  heat prostration last Sunday. The  advantage a hot old town like Grand  Forks has over New York i.s that the  cool nights peculiar to the Boundary  temper things before morning. Otherwise a few days would kill everything  in sight.  MIDWAY-VERNON RAILWAY.  Mr. H. T. Hazen, engineer, accompanied by Mr G. R. Heckle of New  York, also an engineer, left on Monday morning last for another trip  across the proposed route of the Mid  way and Vernon Railway. These  gentlemen expect to join their principals in Vernon the latter part of this  week aud make their report. Upon  this report the action of the company  will doubtless depend.  NOTICE  To J. VV. McKinnon, formerly of  Deadwood, unless the charges due on  your horse ar<" paid within the next 30  days, the s:i horse will be sold to  meet cost of     s keep.  JSTOOF'O BROS.  Dated June 10,1904.       Midway,B.C.  Business Directory.  Large assortment of  bedroom  suits  at Clint's, Copper St.  Timber Notice.  Notice is hereby (riven tliat thirty days after  date we intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lam! and" Works, Victoria, 1!. e  for a 21 year lease to em and carry awav timber from the following .described lands; com-  menciair at a post placed on the West side of  the main fork of Kettle river near the month  of Canyon creek marked Heyland and Hamilton's South west corner post, thence East 400  chains, thence North 400 chains, thence West  160 chains, thence North SOO chains, thence  East 400 chains, thence North 400chains, thence  East 640 chains, thence North 400 chains,  thence Kast 160 chains, thence North 100 chains  thence West 4()0 chai.s, thence North 400 chains  thence West 040 chains, thence North 400  chains, thence West 400 chains, thence South  04o chains, thence East 160 chains, theuce  South 160 chains, thence East HO chains,  theuce South 40,1 chains, thence West 320  chains, theuce South 200O chains lo said place  of commencement.  Dated this 12th dav of May, 1904.  "   A. R. HEY'-AND,  W. i). HAMILTON.  Locators  L. S.  Law Stamps,  SO cents.  IN  THE     SUPREME    COURT  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  OF  IIS THE MATTER of the Land Registry Act,  and Amending Acts:  and  IN THE MATTER of the amendment of a certain Man and Survey showing a subdivision  of a portion of the Western part of the South  half of the North-East quarter, and the North  half of the South-East quarter of Section  32, in Township 70, in ihe Osoyoos Division ot the District of Yale in the Province  of British Columbia, deposited in the Land  .Registry Office at.Kamloops, andnumbered  97:  LET ALT, THE PARTIES CONCERNED  attend before the Honorable Gordon Hunter,  Chief Justice, or such other Judjre as may be  sitting- al the Court House iu the City of Vancouver at the time specified at the foot hereof  upon the heariiiir of an application on the part  of Frederic Keller and Marv Garland for au  Order that the Map or Plan numbered '17, and  depos led in the Land Retristr- Ollice at Kamloops. anil showing asul'div is on of a portion of  tlie Western part of South half of tin-Nortli-  East quarter, aud the N<rth linlfof the South-  East i|tiarter of Section .'2. iu Township 70 in  the Osoyoos Division of the l':sii ict of Yale in  liritish Columbia be amended or altered by  strikiiitr out of the said Map that portion thereof described as fr Hows:���Cointiiencinjr at the  South-Westerly corner of Lot 1. in Ml��cl<3, be-  injf the intersection .of the Northerly limit of  Garland Street Willi the Easterly limit of Vancouver Street; ilieuce North thirty-three deirrees and fo.ir minutes East 330 feet, or to the  Norih-Westerly corner of Lot 10, in Hlock 3:  thence40 feet North fifty-six deirrees and liftv-  live minutes West, or to the North-Easterly corner of Lot 10. iu lilnck 7; thence 430 Icet North  thirty-lhree decrees and four minutes East, or  to a point in the Norlh-Easterlv limit of Norway Stieet: thence South fifty six deirrees and  fifty-live miuiiles Ea-t 'I.S feet", more or less, to  a point in the Westerly limit of Block SH; ther.ee  S5.S feet South fourteen deirrees and fiveniiuuies  West: theuce 301.5 feet South forty-eight deirrees and forty-seven minutes East to a point  ou the Westerly bank of Houitdarv Creek;  theuce -South-Westerly alouir and Zollowinjr  the bank of Houndary Creek to a point iu the  North-Easterly limit of Gailaud Street: and  inence 243.7 feet North ti fly- six decrees and  fifty-live minutes West lo ihe place of commencement:  Dated this 2Sth day of May. A.D. l'XM.  CORDON HUNTER, C.J.  Per W. (J. M., Reir'r.  This summons  was taken  out by  Isaac  U.  Hallett, of Oreeuwood iu liritish Columbia. Soli  citor for Frederic Keffer and Mary Garland.  To,  W. II. Edmonds, Esq.,  Registrar of Titles,  Kamloops, II. C.  And to all parties interested.  Iii  support of tlie above application will be  read   the  affidavits  of   Frederic    Keffer   and  Thomas A. Garland, sworn and filed herein.  NOTE.  If you do not intend either in person or by  your Solicitor at the place above mentioned  at   the  time mentioned   at  the foot Iiereof.  sr.ch Order will be   made and   proceedings  taken as the Judire may think just and expedient.  Let this Summons be heard at Chambers at  theCourtHouseat Vancouver. K. C. on Wednesday the Sixth day of July. A.D. 1004, at the  hour of lo.3uo*clock in ihe forenoon, or so soon  thereafter as the Jud;-c may sit and Counsel  can be heard.  Ami fnrit-erlet litis Summons beserved upon  W. H. Edmonds. Esquire. Registrar of Titles.  Kamloops. I!. C'.. and notice of auplicntion published in the Houndary Creek Tinits, a weekly  newspaper pnbl-shed iu the City of (ireeuwood,  until the leturu liereo-.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting' of the  Board of License Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now known as the Windsor Hotel, and being situate on lots 31  and 32, Block 7, in the said City of  Greenwood, either under an Hotel  License or Saloon License, whichever  may be granted by the said Board of  Commissioners,  Ernest J. Caktiwr.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence  Notice is hereby g-iven that we intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of License'Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises known as the Arlington  Hotel, aad being situate on lot 22,  block 7, in the said city of Greenwood,  either under an Hotel License or Saloon  License, whichever may be granted by  the said Board of Commissioners.  Thomas Peigkart  Phil McDonald.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby g-iven that we intend to apply at the first meeting' of  the Board of License Commissioners of  the City 6 Greenwood held thiriy days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now known as the National Hotel, and being- situate on Lots  18 and 19, block 7, in the said City of  Greenwood, either, under an Hotel  License or Saloon License, whichever  may be granted by the said Board of  Commissioners.  J. W. Cascadkn  D. W. Honni.ev.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is herebv given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting- of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, undet  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Victoria Hotel, and  being situate on lot 24, block 12, in the  said City of Greenwood.  Gilbert Gundkrson.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  days aster the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Imperial Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 35 and 36, Block  12, in the said City of Greenwood.  Graham & Parky.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners' of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Kootenay Hotel,  and being situate on lot 16, block 7, in  the said City of Greenwood.  Thomas Wai.sh.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor' Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licensing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Pacific Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 33 and 34, Block  7, in the said City of Greenwood.  H. B, Madden.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we in-  intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Royal Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 27 and 28, Block  F, Fisher addition, in the said City of  Greenwood.  Poui'orb & McVeigh.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.    .  Application For Liquor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board ot Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Norden Hotel, and  being situate on Lot 6, block 14, in the  said City of Greenwood.  Andrew Satek  Wii,i.iam_ Johns.  "DaVed the 3rd'day of'June, Vm.  Application For Liquor L'cc.::e  G. HUNTER. C.J.  i   GREENWOOD   1  Mav is. 1904  I      REGISTRY.  Notice is herebv given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of llio  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the Cily of Given wood held thirty days  after the date of Ihis notice for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  ae hotel licence, upon the premises  known as the Queen's Hotel, and being situate on Lot 5, block 14, in (lie  said city of Greenwood.  David Manchester  Dated the 3rd day of June, 190 I.  Application For Liquor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to. apply at the first meeting ofthe  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, tirder  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Commercial Hotel,  and being situate on lot S. block 5, in  tlie said city of Greenwood.  Geo. H. Coi,uns.  Dated the 3rd dav of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, fora  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Pioneer Hotel, and  being situate on lots 20, 21, and 22,  block 5, in the said city of Greenwood.  John VV. Nelson.  Dated tha 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence  Notioe is hereby given that we intend-to apply at the first meoting of  the Board of Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting ofthe  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Gieenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known, as the Greenwood Hotel,  and being situate on Lots'20 andv2l,  Block B, Sutherland addition, in the  said City of Greenwood.  W. J. Simpson.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licence Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for  a licence to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises'now known as the Rossland Hotel, and being situate on Lot  30, Block 12, in the said City of Green-  wood, either under an Hotel Licence or  Saloqn_. Licence, wjiijchever^may^.be^  granted by the said Board of Commissioners.  Geo. WswyWooD.  Dated il e 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence  Nut ice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the lirst meeting of the  Board of Licence Commissioners of  the. City of Greenwood" held thirty  days after the da e of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon the  premises now known a.s the Clarendon  Hotel, and being situate on Lots 13 and  14, Block 12, in thesaid city of Greenwood, either under an Hotel Licence or  Saloon Licence, whichever may be  granted by thesaid Board of Commissioners.  Julius Ehkmch  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence-  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the first meeting ot*  the Board of Licence Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, upon the  premises now known as the Ottawa  Hotel, and situate on Lot 3, Block D,  Sutherland addition, in the said city of  Greenwood, either under an Hotel Licence or Saloon Licence, whichever  ma3r lie irranted bv the said Board of  Commissioners.  Frank Fera.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liquor Licence  No.ice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissions of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Alberta Hotel, and  being situate on Lot 4, Block 12, in  the said City of Greedwood.  W. H.  CiJAIG.  Dated the 10th day of June, 1904. f  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  MiNl^iMlMM^  ���m  From June 20th to July 16 inclusive we offer  1 OFF ANY PIECE OF FURNITURE IN  WE MUST make room for new goods now on the way and during the next three weeks are offeririg  ��� ��� ������ our entire stock at the liberal discount of 20 per cent for CASH only.   This offer includes many  new shipments just opened up and comprises about everything you require in the furniture line.  IRON BEDS  4 BED SPRINGS  # BEDROOM SUITES  MATTRESSES  BUFFETS  .m  OILCLOTHS  LINOLEUMS  CHINA CABINETS  CARPETS  PILLOWS  BLANKETS  QUILTS  CUSHIONS  LADIES'  SECRETARIES  m  BABY CARRIGES    j*  a  it  <*-���  CURTAINS  -| It you require anything in our line you cannot afford to  overlook this opportunity*  T.  EY  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ''"!��r  ��<-  �������<-  NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF COMMERCE  Ifeiii^ sf C&wit and Country*^  -�������*-  . John Buckley of Sandon is doing  assessment work on his properties in  Wellington camp.  Dr. spankie goes east today as far as  Revelstoke to meet Mrs Spankie's  mother.  What is Going on JInd Being Done by People Ulbo  Tnbatrit tbe 6reat Boundary country,   e   ��   ��   ��  ��  Lost���$1 gold stick pin "American  coin" between National and, Pacific  hotels.   $i reward.   A. L. White.       -  " The first pa' of blister copper shipped  by the B. C. Copper company went  east on Monday last. Blister copper  instead of matte is the thing from now  oh.  The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist  church will give a strawberry and ice  cream social in the church on Tuesday  evening next.  \ Mrs. Hugh McCutcheon leaves today  for a Holiday trip to Kamloops. She  will remain a couple: of months visiting friends. -,'.;.'  The Winnipeg Mine (limited)' i-yas  rJot sold by sheriff's sate 011 Tuesday  last as advertised. The bidders were  not forthcoming. The liabilities  against the mine as far as ascertainable appear to be about $8000.  (F. C. Bailey of Spokane who owns  the Excelsior aind Frederick claims up  Providence creek 2 mile east of town,  is: having some fine development work  done on them by the Great Northern  Railway. In one place on the Excelsior a 27 foot cut is opening up a fine  body of ore.  Fred Munn left on Monday morning  for Spokane from where be will go to  Thunder mountain where he is quite  largely interested in mining properties. Pe will put in the summer doing  the work on three groups of claims  owned by himself and associates.  The trial between Thos. Wake and  Mark Christianson came off yesterday  before His Honor Judge Spinks. The  judge assessed a fine of S20 and costs  against   Christianson.     It   is   to   be  hoped   that .this will  end the feud between  these neighbors.      They   have  fine farms adjoining just east of Boun  dary Falls7~Xn&"-dugfifc~~tcr live inhar^  mony.  Thomas Hemmerle of Hetnmcrle &  Dunn, returned this week from a trip  up the West Font. He reports considerable work being done all along the  river, particularly in the vicinity of  Beaverdell The people are very hopeful over the prospect of a railway.  500 assorted rocking, dining and  kitchen chairs. Just received.���A. L.  White, ^New and 2nd Hand -store.  The local si-hool teachers have struck  a rich lead although it may not run  very high in cash assay value. They  have encountered the vacation streak  which looks very promising. After 6  weeks however it will be dug out to all  appearances. Great joy to them though  while it lasts is the wish of the Times.  Miss Brethorn has gone to the coast,  Miss Martin seeks recuperation at  Nelson and Mr. Clark, satisfied with  nothing less than country air, has  gone to Grand Forks.  Premier McBride and Minister of  Lands and Works Green were in town  last Saturday. They left Greenwood  Sunday morning in time to catch the  Great Northern at Grand Forks.  The baseball game on Sunday between Phoenix and Greenwood was .m  exciting contest resulting in a score of  12 to 11 in favor of the visiting team.  The PI o;nix boy's are gentlemanly  exponents of the sport. Haverty acts  iu the dual capacity of catcher and  kicker and is a good one at both.  Duncan Mclatosh, manager of the  Providence Mjning Company, left on  Friday last for a trip as far east as  Chicago. While absent he will buy  further equipment for the property.  J.   Docksteader   who has purchased  today. Mr Docksteader conies from  Nelson highly recommended in his  line of business and; doubtless will  make"'a"'siiccessof theenlargedenter-"  prise.  Some work is being done, on the  Bonnie Belle west of town. Assays  taken are very encouraging but insufficient work has been done on the  claim to. assume,that any great value  attaches to the property.  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.;   Lighted   throughout   with  electric  lights.   ;,  |,~���We-"-offer-special~inducements���to -travellers-as-wc-have-the---  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excell's' all others.    '  MORE ORE FOR ST- LOUIS-  The secretary of the Board of Trade  is collecting some very fine samples of  ore to send as a supplementary exhibit  to the St. Louis Fair. About 200  pounds of Providence ore will be  shipped. It is now in- the office of  Gaunce & Wickwire and is attracting  much attention. To this will be added  some fine pieces of Elkhorn. Denoro  and Mother Lode ores.  a ��*����#��** i$#����a*��,a����i ����*����##* M.��o��*ae��*��f'*i|f **�������� <si��'*#ii<i)������  LEFT FOR CORNELL.  Eddie, eldest son of the Collector of  Customs, left yesterday for Ithaca, N.  Y., where he expects to complete his  education. Eddie is a clever boy, and  doubtless will be heard from in ihe  world's works.  NOTICE-  I wish to notify the public that I  have sold mv bakery business to Mr. J.  Dockstpader and bespeak for him the  same patronage from mv customers  that I have enj i_\-ed in the past. All  bills owing me must be paid on or before the 10th of July, 1904.  0       Robt. Hay.  BIG STRIKE ON PRIMROSE.  One of the inos'. important local  strikes made for some time is the large  body of magnetic iron ore, disclosed by  the diamond drill, on the- Primrose,  one of the Mother Lode group of  claims. The fine body of iron flux  supplements to a nicety '.he great ore  the bakeries of Hay and Hunter, takes ' body being steadily opened up on the  charge of   the   amalgamated  concern M other Lode itself.  Head Office': 204 Dearborn St.,'Chicago, 111  financial i mmm agents  ��  a  a  a  a  I   MINING ..PRUPISRTI.ES    OE   M1CRIT  g CHASED-OR   DEVELOPED.  a  ����0����6��#e������e��is��e��i0#����9O��ie������f<����i:i ��aa��aa���� * ����*��<�� <n�� ��o 00 e��o  - *.  *  *  *  a  *  a  *  a.  a  a  a  a  a  a.  a  a  a  njR- I  a  a  ** a  a  ���^-5?~=fe^^. inc. <x-^-*s  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  i2p  1?  MH.YLS   AT  ALL   HOURS  I'KIVATK   ROOMS   I-'OK   I.APIKS.  THV   OUK   COI-l-'liH  Charles R. Tittock,  cProp'r. BOUNDARY   OREEK    TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT&   SHAW  MCLEOD & BROWN  Hakhis'fKKS AMn Sulk::tows,  WOTAH HCs   IV'IU.Ji',   1%'iv  Utlicei-: Wallace-Miller block. Copper Ktreei,  fireenwnnd. II.C.  J. R. IIrown. J. P. McLrod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civii, Engineer,  Dominion    anv    Provinciax  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    ;      .-       ;       ;    B.   O.  4. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  /lining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  \Voiid Bloi-k (next Customs oflice.)  GREENWOOD. B. C  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  \V. D. Flinn, Prop.  Sharp Razors. Clean Towels  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Street.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  ^Sfffe   BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  '-<��-.f��/&r No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets every   Tuesday  Evening at 8 00 in the  I. 0. O. F. Hall.    A'cordial nivi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  E. Foyle Smith, Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  Cb��  Boundary Creek Times  ��T$sued every Triday  Duncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak   Six Months   To Foreign Countries ...  2 00-  1 2:  2 50  FRIDAY,   JULY 1  1904  THE SIMILKAMEEN.  It is not surprising that Mr.  Hill should.be arranging-to build  '"westward^from"MfdwayT It is  surprising that no railway company built into this district years  ago. The more one travels in  the country between the Kettle  river and Hope mountain, the  more is one impressed with the  wonderful resources. There is  no district in the province which  offers greater attractions to the  miner, the farmer and the lumberman. It has a climate that is  almost perfect in winter and summer. Cattle will thrive on the  grazing benches aud it is only in  an exceptional winter when  feeding has to be done. Its valleys will grow any kind of fruit  and with irrigation the possibilities froiu an argricultural and  horticultural standpoint are almost illimitable There is plenty  of room and plenty of land for  hundreds of families and the day  is not far distant when the Okanagan and the Similkameen valleys will be peopled with prosperous settlers.  But its chief wealth is in its  mineral resources. The quantity  is there and what is of equal importance the values are there.  Not onlj- are the precious minerals found ia abundance but  further west are coal measures of  great promise. It is yet an attractive field for the prospector  aud new finds are being made.  On Roche river, on the Tulameen  and still farther west, the prospector is making locations which  will yet be converted into paying  mines.  All that is needed  is transpor-  l;itioii   facilities.       The    Great  .\.M'i!n-n) i-; ^.-iiiL;" to be built into  ��� ':    ���:.   ���:���;��� '   ;>;,.!   -Ik, </.   |>.   R.  -,vi!i  <<!fk:i;i Is ;iiv p;'-ji.i:'r<i t-> ii>;i\v lliis  <-(<.l<>r;ui" le- iis nioiv ciit-r<j.t'i. ;c  riv.v. Tin- '.'. V. k\ in;tii:i;;v-  !ii--iii n-.'.ii h;ivi. ii.- fear of the  rcMili. Tliciv i-- |t|ftity of business in siw'hi for two railway  companies.  important. Copies of this book may  be obtained by addressing- Robt. H.  Cosgrove, Manyer, Room 320 Mohawk  Block, Spokane.  THE SPOKANE FAIR.  In our last issue Jwe stated that Mr.  L. G. Monroe, Superintendend of the  Fruit Department at the Spokane Interstate Fair this fall, was Secretary  of the Eastern Washington Horticultural Society, We should have  said of the Washing-ton State Horticultural Society, as there is no such organization as the one first  named.  The Fifth Regiment British Artillery  band of Victoria, B.C., will furnish  music at the Spokane Interstate Fair  this fall, October 3rd to 9th. This is  one of the famous military bands of  Canada, and they expect to play a  long engagement during the summer  at the St. Louis Exposition. They  will play during the day at the fair  grounds, and also give a number of  evening concerts.  The Annal Premium List of the  Spokane Interstate Fair is out. It  comes in a new shape this year, being  about the size of a railroad folder and  opening on the longer edge. It is a  very convenient size, and is well  worth reading. Among the changes  observed, one of the most important  is the largely increased prizes in the  Fruit Department. Besides this there  is a complete new department exclusively for the children, and new prizes  in the Fine Arts Department. Every  division shows changes, more or less  SURPRISE.  >'-i ;-ii. i in .1 :i y v-.nin:, hot ;| illllll-  iji.-i >.il I li-- \vi>rk:il'.-!. -il'-liu' I 'i < i -,- ii (.'-in.:-'  mill' (.-iil.i-il <-.ii \f:. M.-Ki-i- i:l tin-  .M;iiim- .in) pro .fii t- il bin; -,v.i|) -.  v<-iV il.iiHl1' lUt- M.*:'ii- iitiliii'ii:^ '-!i:iit-  a-. .ui ���-.���ipi".-.-,.M.iii "f tlieir g-.-uii -.vUIk-s  mi tht- oc a.sioii of his birth day. It is  needless to .say Mr. McKee was pleas-  ;uil \y surprised.  The Greatest Family Remedy.  And one well known in most Canadian homes is Nerviline a perfect panacea for a'l internal and external pain  Mrs. M E. Cartwright of Morris says :  I couldn't think of being without Nerviline. When I get toothach Nervline  stops it. If I get a sick headache, have  a trouble with my stomach or bowels I  can rely on Nerviline to cure me prom-  ply. To break up a cold or rub on for  rheumatism or neuralgia Nerviline  has no equal. It's priceless in any  family. Nerviline is king over all pain  and costs 25c. For sale at the Thomas  Drug Co.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday evening  at 8:00 in tbe K. of P. Hall.  All Brothers welcome.  A. D. HALLETT, A. S. EMBKEE,  k. of K. and s. c. c.  THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.  Late and apparently reliable id vices  say that the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway is to absovle the Canadian Northern. Kitimat is reported to be madj  the Pacific terminus. Many who have  invested in Port Simpson on the presumption that it would be the terminus  stand lose by their acting on advance  information. Railways are like horse  races, tips are not alway reliable.  Kitimat is about 120 miles south of  Port-Simpson and is about 70 miles  from the ocean. It is about 300 miles  north of Vancouver being in about 54  degrees of latitude.  Tl.e Grand Trunk Pacific BiU passed  the House of Commons in May and  ���was approved by the Senate on June  24th.  Delicious   cream   puffs,   cakes   an  pastry at Galloway Bros.  When  Eggs Are  Cheap  Remember that WATER  GLASS EGG PRESERVER preserves eggs with"  out spoiling their flavor,  That stale sulphurous  flavor that betray a linv  ed  or greased er<is not  developed by Waters-Glass.  Eggs preserved bT Waters  Glass are therefore as en**  joyable when boiled, poa'  ched or otherwise prepare  ed as an egg nc'vly laid.  Cost  of preserving   is  about 21'3 cts per dozen.  PRICE 25c PER TIN.  We Sell It  White Bros.  Dispensing Chemists, Greenwood  The VIENNA BAKERY  Having bought the Vienna Bakery  and the Bakery conducted by the  Greenwood Fruit Co. my intentions are to amalgate the two in one  first class baker}', excelled by no  other in the interior. My wagon  will call on you every morning with  a strictly fresh supply of breads  and pastry.  Your Order is Solicited  J. B0CKSTEABER  PHONE 28. MANAGER.  ^mmmfflfflmmmmfflmfflmmffiM  Cr<  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  (r*  C=*  Cr*  <r*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  (r*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ��� 9.  :ank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $13,973,560.   .     Best      $10,000,000.  President.   Lokd Stkathcona ani> Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkokgk A. Dkummond.  General Manager:    E. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. j��$Jhi?r]cx��lfa. \ New York, Chicago.  Ilu.v and sell Siurliiur Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof tlie world.       ' ���.'..',     .  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  *2  ^MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmmmmM  THE CANADIAN RAMOFfOMMERCE  With Which Is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital ...$   8,700,000  Rest ,      3,000,000  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over. ;...   83,000,000  LondoirOffice,      _ ������'.. ���;'_.. . __' _'___     vym. Grax     j  60 Lombard St. E. C.  New York Agency  16 EXCHANGE PLACE.  H. B. Walker l A'eats-  In addition tlie Bank has 107 branches and ag-encies'iii Canada and the United  States,  includiiijx tli'e followinir In British Columbia and the Yukon Terri  ATLIN,  CRANBROOK,  DAWSON,  f'ERNIE.  ritory.  GREENWOOD, NANAIMO, VANCOUVER..  [KAMLOOPS.   ��� NELSON, VICTORIA,  LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER, WHITEHORSE,  Branches In the United States:  NEW YORK;      SAN FRANCISCO.       PORTLAND, .. .SEATTLE,     SKAGWAY  Deposits received, excliangrelboug-ht  and sold ,and every .description of * banklnir  business transacted. _  GREENWOOD BRANCH, .  W. ALLISON, Manager.  X^4>4*4*'4*^.4,4*4'.4*4*4,4*4,'4,4*4*4:^^4,,l*<l*'iil*K  115  4��  Stocks  REPRESENTING:        (  .The  Phoenix Fire Assur-)  ance Co. of London, Eng-.'  | Liverpool and London* and ]  ��Globe Insurance Company.  The British   America Assurance Co., of Toronto.  \ The    Caandian    Birkbeck  ! In-vestment   and Savings  Co..  Real  J  GEORGE   R.   NADEN  MANAGER  ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ?^ ^.^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ��!** ���$����$��� ��|* ��f* 2  *  CKK^>>>XKK"X,,>,XK��!��>tK��<K��:'~>a<K��X,<��>X"J��X��>M~X^X^M"M^X��'M4  T,  DEALERS IN  ��  X  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ���;    COPPl-IR.STKERT,  :���  X����X"X~X����X��t"X��X��*X~>  GKEiSNWOOTl.  !  ?  ?  V  ?  T  Y  'i  ?  r  v  v  ��� $ ��x-<��^~xk^x~x����>��XmXmx><'����X"X":��  GRAND F0RKS.--PHOENIX--GREENW00D  BAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.    Arriv^Siat Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves.GrandiForks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare-Grand Forks $3.00.      Greenwnnd to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood SO cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  *       An    ai who*. m_        .��  �� , ; :     *  WRY RUN THAT OLD MACHINE WHEN YOU CAN TRADE  IT FOR A NEW DROP HEAD  SINGER AND PAY THE BALANCE MONTHLY  The Singer leads and can be bought on  you  own  terms.    If  that will not do, try our stock of second band machines of all ��  makes.    A full stock of needles and sundries for all standard ��  % makes. *  *      ��  SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.  ��  o  ��  e  e  e  ft ft  o*eft��ft0����ftft��ft��#ft#ft*ftftftftft****ft��ftftftftftfteftftft����9?ftftftft��<H)H��*  OFFICE AT:  T. M. Gulley & Co.'s Furniture Store.  N. H  LAMONT. Agent, t BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  ELECTRICAL  ENERGY  ��mm  A New Departure at the  Smelter.  I  British Columbia Copper Company's  Improvements.  Last week we briefly noticed the fact  that on the night preceding1 our date of  issue the new converting' plant at the  B. C. Copper Company's works here  had had its initial run, to the complete  satisfaction of all concerned. Simultaneously with the new departure at  the company's. works occurred another  .. event of significance. It was the  - inauguration of electrical energy at  the company's works. For months  past the company has been expending-  large sums of money in building a  power line   for   the   transmission   of  ��� power  from  the electric plant at Cascade, in the erection of a substantial  ; brick substation and in the installa-  ';_ tion of the most modern electric equip-  v ment possible. Quietly the company  '��� had gone forward in its betterment  '���works, completely modernizing the  . plant. Machinery, motors and trans-  ���!��� formers have gone into place under  ,,. the   care    of    expert   workmen.     So  ��� thoroughly has the work   been done  that when once  this  new power was  r applied everything moved off without  a hitch.  ,..    The silent engines of other days are  ��� ��� mute evidence of the company's pro  gress    The new power will presently  ; be extended to the mine, three miles  ���west of Greenwood.     The  company is  .. now in a much  improved condition to  ..' increase the margin   of profits.     The  , ..cost of power has beeu materially re-  educed.    Its efficiency has been   mater-  ' ially improved:    The conversion of its  ", own matte into blister copper increases  .'the   company's   pay   roll,   but  at the  ���j-same time increases its profits.     It is  \interesting to visit this  modern  plant  i.and witness  its. workings.      To    the  '���novice   there   seems - something  mysterious and dangerous about the vast  /Ielectrical machinery but to the skilled  V.hand it offers effective service.    Preg-  ! riant with  danger to the ignorant it  //.yields itself a harmless  thing   to   the  .'^expert.  v   The visitor is   shown   blowing   en-  ���'���gines,  electric   motors,   transformers,  electric   cranes,   hydraulic   accumula-  I have some great bargains this week going cheap.   One especially I can  recommend to siny one wishing to put a little money into a well established business, little capital required and will bring in large returns.  RANCHES���Farms and Fruit Lands at nominal prices and on easy terms.  DO YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME ?   If so call and see me, and  I think I can suit you  Head quarters for the leading Mining Stocks, of these THE INTERNATIONAL COAL & COKE is undoubtable the best  apply to Frederic W. McLaine  Broker & General Insurance Agt  Copper Street, Greenwood.  tors, travelling cranes and many other  -.things of which he may understand  little, but he comprehends it all in its  practical meaning when he goes to the  railway track on the hill side and sees  the ore going in and then goes down to  the railway track on the lower level  and sees blister copper coining out.  MEETING AT HEDLEY.  Duncan Ross Addresses Large  and  Enthusiastic Meeting.  . hedley, June 23rd.���At a well attended meeting held in the Methodist  church here Duncan Ross, the Liberal  candidate for Yale-Cariboo, addressed  the electors. Findlay Fraser was appointed to the chair.  ��������� Mr. Ross in an hour speech forcibly  defended the record of the Liberal government and contrasted that record  v^ith that of the Conservative for  eighteen previous years. He discussed  the Grand Trunk Pacific contract in  Retail and ridiculed the extravagant  c'ritcisms of the Conservatives. He  qompared the agreement made by the  Liberal government with that under  vrhich the C. P. R. was built. Mr  Ross also discussed the transportation  question from a local point of view and  poked fun at the McBride government  because of the great things expected  in connection with the summer session  which did not materialize. Mr. Ross  eloquently referred to the remarkable  progress made by Canada under a Liberal administration and urged upon the  people of Hedley to join with those in  other parts of the Dominion in returning the present government so that  there should be no danger of those  undertakings which promised so much  for the country being delayed. Mr.  Ross was loudly applauded upon resuming his seat.  ��� C. E, Oliver of Hedley  seconded by  R. S. Collins then moved a resolution  expressing the appreciation of the  people of Hedley of the action of the  Dominion government in surrendering  a portion of the Indian reserve for  smelter purposes and thanking Mr.  Ross for his working in this connection. The resolution was passed unanimously and Mr. Ross briefly acknowledged the same.  The Daly Reduction works at Hedley  are now running. The plant is working smoothly and as soon as. further  machinery arrives it will be run regularly. Mr. Rogers, the manager, is  anxiously awaiting definite news of  railway construction into the Similkameen. As soon as he is satisfied that  a railway is coming, arrangements  will be made for the erection of a big  smelter on the site recently secured  from the Dominion government.  James Reith the. popular hotel man  of Keremeos recently purchased from  Frank Richter the new building at the  cross roads. He has fitted it up into a  comfortable hotel and will move there  on July 1st. The new hotel is more  conveniently, situated fur the travelling;  public and as travel to the Similkameen is rapidly increasing this hotel is  sure to do a thriving business.  The Olalla company has made arrangements in the east for new capital  to develop its promising properties.  W. C. McDougall, the company's manager, recently returned from the east  and work was resumed on the Bullion  one of the company's properties. Six  men are at work. They are sinking a  shaft which is now 30 feet deep. High  values are found in this shaft. The  ore runs $8 in gold and ten per cent,  copper. A. A. Watson, M. E., of Vernon has been engaged by the company  and is now living at Olalla. Arrange-  niehtsarebeing'made fo*-theinstalla-"  tion of a small electric power plant  which will be used in running the  drills. The Olalla compauy now has  new officers and new financial agents  in New York. The new management  has inaugurated a new policy of developing its mines rather than exploiting  the eastern speculators. With properties of splendid promise, there is no  good reason why Olalla should not  become one of the leading milling  camps of the district.  . A Satisfactory Pile Remedy-  Will cure the conditions causing the  piles. Try Dr. Hamilton's Pills of  Mandake and Butternut; their frequent  use prevents piles. No case ever known  where the use of Dr. Hamilton's Pills  failed. Price 25c. For sale at the  Thomas Drug Co.  A guess costs you nothing if making  a S5 cash purchase. It might mean  S60.00 to you at Hunter-Kendrick's.  WORKING THE PROPERTIES.  Everything in the mining way is  moving along very smothly ana satisfactorily in the entire Boundary.  The outside boosters of wildcat  schemes have quit and the result is  manifestly in our favor. Buffalo  Hump and Thunder mountain are welcome, to them. The Boundary i.s now  in the business of mine making and  dividend paying and not of stock  printing and assessment levying.  Printing presses may yield nicely  colored stock certificates, but they  cannot turn out matte and bullion.  One Boundary property has quit production of bullion but still retains its  policy of declaring dividends in the  shape of high assessments. That one  is the Waterloo in Camp McKinney  that was going to pay a live dividend  some months ago until somebody  changed his mind.  .��&&:&&��ge-S&:&e&ges&:g'6;gsg;S:6��g^.  iu  RENTING  HOUSES  an easy matter and a profitable  business when decorated  with our  WALL PAPERS  Owners can make from  one to five hundred per  cent by doing the decorating right, and tenants are willing to pay  this when the stock  comes from here.  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. L. Coles.  *  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies. Etc.   ���>?  $ jig  111  June 7th, 16th, 17th and 18th; July  1st, 2nd and 3rd, and August 8th, 9tii  and 10th, from this territory to St.  Louis and Chicago. Are you going ?  Ii so, write me for detailed information. The Best Service between St.  Paul and Chicago over "The Northwestern Line.".  H. S. COLLINS, General Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  For Ladies' and Gentle  men's Watches that will  be a credit to the  wearer.  Plain or beautifully en''  graved cases, containing  works to make perfect  time pieces,  PRICES  RIGHT  Sole Agents for Regina  Precision Watches,  Come and See  A. Logan 4Co.  ��#������#���� ��*!��*��##����!*��*��*#* ���������������� ��������**��* ��#*����#���� *<HSW��  * . *  Greenwood,  I. C,  �����  *  fa  ft  <a  ���a  9  a  tx  *  ti  ti  a  ��  a  ��<?��%���:������ *����*������*�� 5i*##tt��#��-:����#������e����o#����**#��##����a����'S-��**&  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  A,N j    PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  ]]'%'/' Proprietors  ASK FOR  ���TheElkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt-Hops-Try-  lt! li Is keptcn draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  m  m  Drink Old Fashioned  P  m  m  M  WA  W< MADE BY THE  LOUIS  FORSCHNER  m  i  m  *~ "We  live  to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom ^  tr but in order to live you must get-the best to cat. -3  ��       OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON       3  j The New IKDEPDXDENT MEAT MARKET 1  | ��!'*c The Union Meat Company 1  Hiiiiiiuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaar^ BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  *"?    ~-:"-\  ***  S/iwnsis of licuulaiions for Disposal of Min-  cr.ils on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the  Nortliwt-st Tcnitorics and tlie Yukon  Territory.  Coal.��� Coal lands may lie puivhasod  at .Tin per acre for soft coal and S20 I'or  anthracite. \n! more than .i20 acres  c-.iii be acquired 1 >v oiu' individual or  roinpa ii v. h'oy.illy a! the rale of ton  cents per ton of 2onii pounds shall ho  i*"'l''i>!i'il on gross output.  (Jti.irl;;. 1 'arsons of eighteen years  and nvcr and joint stork companies  holding free millers' certilicates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is grained  for one *>r more years, not exceeding  fire, upon payment in advance of S7.50  per annum for un individual, and from  550 to slOO per annum for a company,  according lo capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1.500  feel by marking out the same with two  legal post;, bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.  The claim shall be. recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for eery additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim  is S5 00.  At least. S100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder iu lieu thereof. When  S500 has been expended or paid, the  lias been expended or paid, the locator  mav, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with ilv otln-r re-  tiwiri'-i eot-N. p'irchase ilu* l.-pii!   al ^1 .ill)  .No free miner  saiuij, creel*,  '���living in'iiee and  -'r shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim on e-,ch  seperate river, creel,- or gmch. ,������ ,���c  same miner may hold :mv ������mbe,. ,������  claims by purchase, :ill(I r,-C(. lllimM.s  may work their claims in partnership  by hlmg notice and paviu- fee of -^  A claim may be ab.mdo",ed. and another ob'aiued on tin;  gulch or river, I  paying a fee.  Work must be do,,,, a claim each vear  lo tlie value of at least  ,,f ��200.  A certiiicate thai work lla"s been done  must   be  obtained   each   vear     If not  the claim shall he denied' lo  he   ahau-  I cloned, and open ��� ..occupation   and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of ;i claim mav he  defined absolutely hy having a survey  made and publishing notices iu the  Yukon Official Gazette.  Hydraulic Mining, Yukon Territory  ���Locations suitable forhvdraulicmin-  ing having a frontage of from one to  live miles, and a depth of one mile or  more, may he leased for twenty years  provided the ground has been "prospected by the applicant or his agent;  is found to be unsuitable for phtcer  miuing; and does not include within  its boundaries any mining claims already granted, A rental' of SI.50 for  each mile of frontage, and a royalty  at   the  rate  of  two  and   one-half  per  cent, on the value of the gold shipped  from the Territory are charged. Operations must he commence!1 wiihin one  year from the dale of (he lease, and  not less than S.5.000 must be expended  annually. The lease excludes all base  metals, quarty. aud coal, aud provides  for the withdrawal of uuoperated lauds  for ag ricultural or   building   purposes.  Pet roi i-ii in���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon  Territory are open to prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company  having machinery on the land to be  prospected, an a rea of d-10 acres Should  the prospector discover oil iu paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil well and  such other land as may be determined  will be s. Id to the discoverer at the  rate of SI.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at surh rate as may be specified by  ordc-r-iii-council.  JAMJCS A. SMART.  Deputy of Ihe Minister of  the interior.  Department: of the Interior,   Ottawa.  Rocking chairs for one dollar aud up,  at Clint's, Copper St.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO DAVTI) 1SKATII. n'iNKV SHIELDS, <>r  lo any person or -persons to whom they may  have traiisffnvil ilmir interest in  Uie Paymaster mini-rat claim, situate in  the (Iruitn-  wood Mining Division of Yule district.  Von are lieii'bv notilied ilial I have expentleil  tin-stun <>f SlMMi for Kiii'vtt.Viiiir  tlie alinvc  iiieii-  riont'tl claim ami ?J.��II  for   recording  the  stunt:  for an   assessment,  sucli   beinir   retpiireil   anit  necessary to hold tin: said   claim   for  tin: year  catling October 11. 1003. under the  provision  of  '.lie .Mineral Act ami Anientling Acts', and if at  Hit: expiration of ninety days   from   the tkite i.T  lilt: lirst pulilicaiiou ol' this notice iu the Donmt  arv  CreeK-  Times,   von   fail   cr refuse  to  eon  irilititi- your   porlion    of    sucli  .-     i .ii    oi     sncii    expmitliliirt:,  namely. ??1.25, lotfeiher with all costs of adver-  tisiinr. your iiitci'csis iu saitl iniiiei'al claim  sliall become invested iu me, [ your co-owuei'l  upon liling in the proper ollice' in thai behalf  Uie ai'litlavit reiiuircd by section 4, of tlie Mineral Act Amendment Act, lliHi."  bat ml this 9lh dav of June, 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. '  "DIX1K" mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale District.  Where located:   lu Deadwood camp.  TA k'K .NUTHIIC that I, Robert Wood, ayenl  for i he V.vceonvei'antl Houndary Creek Developing :i ml Mini ii}.'Cor; pany, Limited Liability. Five Miner's Certilicaie No. 1185-118, intend,  sixty days from the date Iiereof, lo apply tothe  Minimr Kecorder for Certificates of Iniprovements. for tin; purpose of obtaining a Crown  11 rant til' tin: a hove claim.  A oil furilier lale: notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie issuance tit*such certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 301 11 ilitv of .lniiu. A. D. 1TO-).  ROllKRT WOOD.  AWAY FOR FLIES.  Postmaster Frith and his head mixologist leave ou Saturday for the  Arrow Lakes, where they are to take  part in the great annual Arrow Lake  lly taking contest. Capable of great  exertion and taking fellows, in their  way, they are looked upon as easy  winners. They may fool away a few  hands to looking for the fish reported  to be lurking iu the depths of the  great lakes. Take everything in sight  hoys and come hack soon.'  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Connection Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: Skylark  cam pi  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P. Myers-Gray,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B83695, agent for  James Sutherland, Free Miner's Certificate No"  1JS5587, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Minhijr Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtainiuir a Crown (Irani ou the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action, under  section 37, mils', be commenced before tlie issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day of June, A.D. 1904.  J. P. MYERS-GRAY.  5*^>******<"H-<-<.<..>.><.<..;.^5..:.^w..:, .;���;..:..:..x.  ���:������>���>���>���>���:������>���>���;�����;  'II-  ���l.li  .: M-l      M.I.  ���rriiorv,  al---  I ,in  i --   :.\   '���������    !  r .. f i ii-- !n ii  ���������ui a li" ni; ii ��� mi  eopp-r, iu the Yukon I  area not exceeding Kill acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide fur the payment of royally on ihi; sales not exceeding live per  cent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���Placer mining claims gouerallv  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, S5 renewable yearly. Ou the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench" the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may  b:  obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  fora term of twenty years, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to high water marl: on  each alternate leasehold.  The Ussee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  duto of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  "dredge'foreach "fifteen "mi Ies" Wr~ fnict"  ion is sufficient. Rental, SK) per annum for each mile of river leased.  Koy.ilty at''tlie rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the on 1 put after it  exceeds 510,000.  Dredging iu the Yukon Territory���  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  Tiie lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall liav : one dredge in  nperjtiou within two yeais from Ihe  dale of tho lease, and one dredge for  each live miles, within six years from  such dale Rental $100 per mile for  lii'M year, and i'-ln per in Hi: for each  siiiisc(|tn'iit vear. h'oy.illy, suinc as  placer  mining'.  Placer mining in  tho   Yukimi    To rri  iorv  ���Creek.  ; ulch.  river     am!  hill  claims sliall not exceed 250 feet in  ieiiglli, niirasiit''(I ou the ba si-line or  geii' ra! clicelion of ihe creek or ^itlch.  the   width    being    l.lK'O   to   2.01)0.     All \  lltll"f    pi;  claims   shall   he  200 feel  l '  o ma i ketl by t wn h'^al  each fut\, hearing notices,  he obtained within fen  l.ii oi is wil bin tt'n miles  ;..r.l.i'-. ollice. One ad-  ,li.i.-.<-,l for each ten miles  v    l.'lllllos.     ,|  po- ts, tine a I  Kntry   must  day.-, if the i  'if min iug r-  diMoiial day  or fraction.  The   person   or  company   staking  a  claim must hold a free miner's   certificate  ..verer of a new   mine   lsen-  . hii-ii -.1   l.(Hli) I,-,-!  in length, j  ���..,-,������������:   ...n-.i-ts of 1 v..! l,:3nn |  .    : u tput of which mi j  ��� I i '������ - ii 11 ^t:il. the re.st of the  i.ii-y i l.i i us only.  e S\'i.     K'oy.ilty   at   trie rate  Th'- di-.  till, d  :..   ,  and   if   tli.  a ! I"..'. i i i i ���  r.e. .ii; ���,   e. i  par- y ..ivh ;  Kiitry  ft  of two and one half per cent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon territoiy to he paid to tin: Cinn-  dttoller.  *-:<"tt��~:~><M*>,.x.<M.<M->4Mfr^^  ">*���������������<>�����������<  -gilpilttli'  S^.i  Styles are constantly changing- and you do not want to use  out of date stationery. We are keeping' abreast with the  times by adding new stock, new type, and all material  necessary for the execution of first-class work. Look over  yon stationery and if you are in need in any lines drop in and  make known your wants aud we will do our utmost to satisf}r.  jTou, or easier still call us up on phone 29 and our solicitor will  call on you.  M  lanf in Che  in by Power  Ipiffi  Fl'-'-V:'v.".-,ts!  B; %  I'i'-V.i-K^SriilJ  This enables us to turn out a greater amount of work  than the other offices. The capacity of our three presses for  a days work of nine hours is 50,000 impression, thus enabling"  us to do your work ruicker, cheaper aud better. If you have  never seen a power printing- press work, come iu and we will  explain   it to you, it is kept here for your purpose���printing.  ��*  ��&������  Published by us is reeogni.ied as tlie leading weekly in the  Boundary, giving' the mining news seven days earlier than its  neighboring weeklies. The progressive business firms of  this city recognize this bv the liberal use of its columns to sell  their wares,     in price, one  year's  subscription is only $2.00.  reek times  mm  31515151513  1  Y  ���     1  '4  '4  Y  Y  Y  <���<������������ ���J' BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  , ���'W��'W''W''W'/W^W '  ST00KE BROS  Having something else  in  view  offer their well known  CANADIAN EXHIBIT  For Sale  (706 Acres  ISO acres suitable fo:' cultivation  balance pastures and range.  100 foot hay and cattle sheds.  First class fencing.  Extensive Hog pasture��� creek  running thro���well fenced���pig  proof.  Young Orchard just comindr into  bearing stock at option ot purchaser.  SO acres Timothy-Clover-Brume  Grass.  Barns  all  floored-  root houses.  -chicken   and  Current prices paid ranchers for  dressed meats, etc. Pork 8 to  10c. Beef 8 to 10c. Eggs 35  to 60c dozen. Rutter 3Sc lb.  Oats 50c bushel, wheat $1.00  bushel.  There's Money In Ranching at the  atove prices���you can't get away from  it. There is no section so well adapted  to stock raising or fruit growing (as  Boundary Creek) that produces so little  of what it consumes. Market at your  door.  The Freight is yours.  The Boundary for the j  rancher is an empire of )  its own.  Our market is protected on the East by \  the C- P. R-, on the south by the Custom [  House, on the West and North by Land \    !  limited and undeveloped.  For further Infoimatlon see  S   Five Miles North  of  Midway,  V'WW'W ** ��W/WJW'/W-'W-'W-'\<s(*','\/.i!t  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between pni 11 ts east  west and south to Kossland, Nelson, Grand  Tories and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North-  port.  Effective June Htli. 1003.  LKA.VK Ahrivh  8:45 a. m.           Spokane 6:15 p. m.-  10:40 a. 111.            Rossland 4:35 p. 111.  7:20 a. m.           Nelson 7:20 p. in.  10:35 a. m. Grand Forks 4:00 p. ni  8:30 a. ni.         Republic 6:15 p. 111.  Iii Connection With  TICKETS To All POINTS  SHORT LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DULUTH,    M NNEA-  POUS, CHICAGO and ALl  1 OINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOM/    VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all 1-ACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining   and  Buffet   Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daiiy'2  For rates, folders and   full   information   regarding  trips,  call   on    or address  a  agent  cf the S. F. & N. Rail  way, or  H. A. Jackson, H. Bkandt,  ��� g. F. & p. a., c. p. & x. a ,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Avp  Wash- Spokane. Wash  The Canadian exhibit at the St.  Louis exposition occupies Sections 54  and 64 at the north end of the Palace  of Mines and Metallurgy. The exhibit is made up by the wholedominioii  instead of by provinces separately, as  at Buffalo and Chicago, which has permitted a great variety of display a.s  well a.s a very imposing exhibit in the  aggregate. While the exhibit is confined largely to minerals it is by no  means a "show case" display. There  are ample quantities of the displayed  minerals and in some cases large  enough pieces to show the inclosing  country rock. The whole is very well  arranged with plenty of space for examination and each exhibit is plainly  labelled. Advantage is taken of the  opportunity to advertise Canada by  means of some conspicuously posted  legends. Some of these are a.s follows:  "Canada supplies over 90 per cent, of  the world's total production of asbestos," "Canada is the largest producer  of mica in the world," "Canada produces over 85 per cent, of the world's  corundum," "Canada supplies 'one-half  of the world's nickel,"- "There are  63,000 square miles of coal in the north  west territories," "The mineial production of Canada for 1903 was /,"63,-  226,510, an increase in ten years of  over ^43,000,000," "Yukon, the land of  gold, produced in 1903 $12,250,000,"  "Novia Scotia produced 5,100,000 Ions  of coal in 1903," "British Columbia  produced in 1903 1,482,000 tons of coal,"  "Canada produced in 1903 $5,728,000  worth of copper, an increase of 700 per  cent, in ten years." VVit.i these and  other striking statements the Canadian commission has sought to attract  attention.to a display which certainly,  leaves the impression that the dominion is a country of great mineral  resources.  The deposits of the less common  economic minerals, of which eastern  Canada produces' so many, attracts  lirst attention. There is a wonderful  display of inica from Quebec. The  mica "books" are slacked several feet  high aud some of them are 12 inches or  more in thickness and more than a foot  across. One plate is over six foot  long. There is mica also from Parry  sound and British Columbia. There  are some remarkably large feldspar  crystals from Frontenac, Ontario. The  asbestos exhibit from Megan tic countv  Quebec, is . particularly fine and includes some samples with the inclosing  rock. There are exhibits of gypsum  from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick  and Quebec and of talc from Ontario.  A fine sample of lithographic stone  from Peterborough, Ontario, is displayed, also samples of appatite and  chromite from Quebec. There are  several cases of manganese ore and  pyrolusitc from Nova Scotia, and some  antimony ores from Wolf county, Quebec, and also stibnite with gold from  Nova Scotia. The display of graphite  from Quebec and Reufre\v crou"nty,"Oii"-  tario, is especially good. There are  some very large molybdenite crystals  from Rossland, British Columbia. The  corundum ores from Ontario, including the blue variety, are extensively  exhibited. Several specimens of the  peculiar jaster conglomerate from the  Bruce mine, Algoma, Ontario, useful  chiefly as. a rnqnuunnital stone, attract  attention because of the contrasting  distribution of red jaspfer pebbles in a  white matrix A case of small tile, an  ore of cobalt from Nipissing, Ontario,  from a recently discovered deposit, is  of curious interest, and an exhinit of  albertite, an asphaltuin mineral from  Albert county, British Columbia, is  one of the rare displays. There is a  sample of native copper from Cape  D'Or, Nova Scotia, which is said to  occur much the same as does the  native copper at Somerville, N. .1.  It will be seen frum the above enumeration that the exhibit of the less  common economic minerals is varied  and represents the many different minerals which are found iu Canada.  The British Columbia gold, lead and  copper ores, Rainy Lake gold ores and  gold quartz from Nova Scotia arc fully  represented in the exhibit, as also a  display of copper ores from Texada  island and zinc ores from Ontario.  Among the interesting exhibits is the  Sudbury section, in which are displayed the pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite  which yield the nickle.  There is an extensive display of coal  ores from Nova Scotia and British  Columbia, and of Nova Scotia iron ore  as well as other Canadian iron ores  The exhibit also includes a dinplay of  building stone and of slate. A large  mass of ferro-silicon from the Electric  Reduction company, Buckingham. < >n-  tario. represents an interesting Cana-  aiau industry  The artistic climax of the exhibit is  a   panoply   covered   with   the  var. >us  colored minerals, artistically arranged,  under which rests a safe in which, exposed to the view of the public, is  540,000 worth of gold nuggets from the  Canadian Yukon.  The exhibit is made still more instructive by numerous specially prepared maps and a pnmphcl describing  the exhibits ia being prepared.  The Canadian mineral exhibit is  under the general direction of Mr. K.  N. Broadbeut, of the Canadian department of agriculture.  GRAND FORKS SUMMER FAIR-  Grand Forks, B.' C, June 30.���  The annual race meeting' and  summer fair of Hie Grand Porks  Driving' Park and Athletic Association will be held here on  August 25, 2f> and 27 next.  The official programme is as  folloAvs:���  First day, 2 p.m.���No. 1���Running, ^mile dash, purse S50. No.  2���Running, 3-4 mile, purse $250.  No. 3���Running', 3-S mile, in  heats, purse Sl.50. No. 4���Running, Grand Porks Derby, one  mile, purse $400. No. 5���Cowboy race, 300 yards, two turns,  $40 iu prizes, entrance free, post  entries. No. (1���Running, 5-8  mile; purse $150.  Second day, 2 p.m.���No. 7���  Gentlemen's saddle horse race, %  mile, owners up, prize $40. No.  S���Running 1.-3 mile, heats, best  two in three, prize $200. No. ')���  Pony race, 1-4 mile, 14J^ hands  aud uuder, purse $50. No. 10���  Seagram Cup, distance 7-S mile,  all ages, winner of Grand Forks  Derb}' to carry 7 pounds additional weight, for a cup valued  at $500 donated by J. P. Seagram  of Waterloo, Ont., and $300 cash  added py the association. Cup  to be won two years consecutively  by same owner to become private  property, purse eivided. No. 11���  Cowboy, race, 1-4 mile, 2 turns,  purse $20: fist $15, second $5,  post entries, entries free.  Consolation races will be run  on the tliird daj\ August 27th.  They will be open to horses  which have failed to win prizes  in the'other races, purses will be  appropriated from 90 per cent of  gate receipts on third day.  Horse exhibits���Parade before  the grand stand on August 25 or  2C). Liberal cash prizes will be  offered in the following classes,  namely  Best thoroughbred stallion,  best saddle horse, Ixist staifdard  bred stallion. Conditions: Four  to enter in each competition,  prize in each class $10.  The conditions for the horse  races will be as follows: All  purses divided 70, 20 and 10 per  cent. The rules of the New California Jockey club to govern.  Entrance fee live per cent of  purse with live per cent additional from winners. In all  races four to cuter and three to  start. Entries in all events close  with the secretary, Yale hotel.  August 24th at (> p.m.  A programme of athletic sports  is being arranged.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  "Alameda" mineral claim.situate in the (liven  wind niiniue; division nf y:ti,- District.  Where located:   In Headwind C:uiii>.  TAKK NOTICK tliat 1. Isaac II. llalli'tt.  a^ ciLT.-ni fur Kverett K. Ilarlletl. Kree  Millers'" ���O-nilivati' No. linn.".?, and 11i-U-n II.  liarllell, Kivr Miners' l.'i-rtiIb-nii- inicinl sixiy  days lniiu tin- date hcrctil. tn ai>plv in ill"  .Mininir Recorder for a Certificate nl l'ni|>r<ivi'  nii'iitK, I'm' Un- imrjinsv nl tiliiaiiiiiu: :��� Crown  drain nf Hie almvc rlaini.  And further tak.- untice. thai aciitni, undi'i  section ,T7. must In- eniuiucnfcd before tin' is-  .suance nl such ('ct'tilicate of ltiiprnvciuoins.  Dated this ill li dae nt Maicli. l'in-1.  I. II.  Ham.ictt.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  "Duncan" iiiineriil claim, situate, in llio Oreon-  ivnuil minim' division of Yale District.  Whore localcr:  On Wallace Mountain.  TAKK NOTICE that I. Sydney M. John-  sou, Kree Millers' Certillralo Nn. 1:55250.  acliiifr fur self and as airent for Kobt. Wood,  Kree Miners'Certilicaie No. I'.foal 7. and Ralph  Smailes, Free Miners'1 Ceriilicate No. H.Wiil,  iutend sixty days from tlie date Iiereof, to  apply in the Milling Recorder for a Certilicaie  of Improvements, for the. purpose of ohiaiuiuir  a Crown Cram of tlie above, claim.  And fiuther lake notice tliat .action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated lliis lltli day of March, A. 1). 1004.  SVIINKY   M.JollNSON.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO RICHARD McCULT-iOCK or to any per-  , st,ii nr pei'snus to whom he may have trans-  I ferreil his interest in tlie Khindykc aud  j Noi'flac mineral claims situated in ihe  , ('. icon wi >od Miniuir Division of Vale dis-  j        trict.  '     Vou  are  hereby   untitled   that   we  have  ex-  j peiided ihe sum of S-4H:'i n assessment   work   ou  j ihe above claims  in^elaer  with   -MOJ.O  for  re  icnidine- ihe -amo   such   work-   ln-iii^ re'iuired  i and necessary   in  lile said claims for the years  | rin2-.! ending Aii|_'ti-t 2nd,  :'��IH.   under the tu'o-  | visions    f the .Mineral Act and Anu ndiuir Acts;  and if a i I lie evpir.it in., nl ninety davs fmin the  date  nf  the   tirst uiihlicalioti   of   this notice iu  the   Coiindarv   Creek  Times, you fail or refuse.  to emit i Unite vour portinu nf suctl expenditure,  namely JIS-VT?. tie/cthcr with all costs of adver  lisiiiLf.  >ntir   iuieri'si   iu   snid   miueral  claims  shall become vested 111 US (your Cn-nwilel'shipnll  liliii!.'in die proper ollice in that behalf die afli-  davit rei|uireil   by  section 1 nf   tlte Mineral Act  Assessment Acl.'i'XW.  Dated this iimi doy nf April, l')iM.  Oho. A. McKaciiu,  Hakim' A. Siiai.i.knmckckk.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  DOUIJLK STANDARD Mineral   Claim,   sitti-  ���ite iu (lie. C,reenwood   Miiiin'.' .Division  of  YaleDistrict.    Where located:     In Central  Camp.  TAKK NOTICK that I. Sydney M. Johnson.  ac'iutr as ayenl  for   Klizaheth   McKellar,  Free  Miner's Ceriifieale No.   I:  771-fi).  intend,  si.vly  days from die dale hereof, to apply to the M'ni-  intr Kecorder Mr a Certiiicate of I in provemeiits  for tlte purpose of obuiiu'nif.-   n.  Crown Orant of  the above claim.  And further lake notice   that   action,   under  section 37. must lie commenced before, the issuance of such Crrtllieate nf 1 in prove meets.  Dated this .HUli day of April. A. D. 10iM.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  1806.  Certificate oflmprovements  NOTICE.  OWL Mineral Claim,  situate in Ihe (Ireeuwood  Mininir Division of Yale District.     Located  in Deadwood Camp joining the Tiiilie   M n  eral Claim.  TAKK, NOTICK thai I. Sydney M. Johnson.  Kree Mi nets Ceriilicate No.   H.-aaSSC, acliutrJfor  self   and as a-u'ont  for  ('.eorj.re K. Nadeu. K   i\liners   v^etuucaLe  iNO.   I.   /nn.:,   iiiieuu,   si.\l\  davs from the dale  hereof, to npply to the Miti  inpr Recorder for aCet'tilieateof Improvements,  for the purpose of obtainiuir a  Crown  Grantof  the above claim.  And furl Iter lake notice that action, under  section J7. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicaie of Improvements.  Dated this 30Ui dny of April. A. D., 1104.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAI, ACT.  Cei'TfiMte of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Luckv   Tioy.''    "Ret!    Jacket"    and   "Never  Sweat" inine'ral claims, situate iu   tlie  Greenwood   Miuiiif,'    Division  of   Yale District.  Wliere l.icated:   On  China  Creek,   On West  I"'ork of Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE   that Sydney M.  Johnson.  Kree  Miner's  Ceriilicate No.  D41751   for  .., ...-      r     /-> ���      ,..      -\T-.,t       t.'   Anierieau Development, v-o.. .win., i- iee 1,1 mn *  Certificate No. 11711,12. and F. V. Ketchum. Kree  Miner's Certi ficate No. USSoOO.itilend, sixtydays  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mininir Kecorder for a certificate of Improvements, for  the pnoposeof obtaining a crown c.raut of the  above claims.  And fnrlher take notice that action, ntulcr  section 37. must'be commenced hefo'e the ifi.su-  auceof such ceriilicate of improvements.  Dated this 20th (lay of February, A. I). 1W4.  SiDiiuv M. Johnson.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  "Alma" and "Scorpion" mineral claims,  situate in lile O ree n wood Mill int.' division of  Y.-.le district. Wliero locaud : Al Camp  McKinuey joiuiuj.' lite I'eudre minora  claim.  TAKK NOTICK that Sydney M. Johnson,  acting for IMiilip IJ. S. Stanhope free miner's certificate No. 1J554S7. intend, sixty pays  from the dale hereof, lo apply to the Mini tie" recorder for a ceriilicate of improvements, foi  the prrpnse ofolitaiiiin^ a crown cram of the  above claim.  Ami furtlier lake  notice   (hat   action,   nndei  section 37. must be commenced before the  issu-  auce of sucli certiiicate nf iniprovenieiiis.  Dated this .10tli day of January A. !>., 1"04,  Sihni'.v M. Johnson.  MINERAI, ACT 18'X>.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "(iold Dmp l'raetion" mineral elaini situate in  the ('. leeuvvnnd    Miuinif   Division   of    Vale  District.      Where   located:       Un    Walkuv  Mountain,   joinim.'   the    (;old    Drop    and  Alaska Mineral Claims.  TAKE NOTICE that I.   Sydnev M. Johnson.  actiiiL'   as   ai_"'Ht    for   Wilfrid   Conks..u.    I'r...-  Miller's (\-itilicaie N... |:s541''. and Thomas W.  Murray. V ree   Miner's I'ertiticnle   No.    II 55'n.  intend ,si*ty  days  f rnni l he dale hereot. (.. applv   t.    the Mininir Weronler for a Certificate ,,f  1 mprnvemeiits.   for   tin-  purpose nf nbtainiu^ a  Crown 'irant nt tlte above claim.  And urther lake inttt.-e thai act'"ii. au.Ier  seclinn 37. must be eninmeueed before the issuance nf such tVrtttic.'U'- "1   1 ItlpliK erlt'-tlls.  ���>ate��i this lit h da-, nf JuueA. II.. !'>>��.  ^^llNERArA'CTr"^^  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Mahsiiai.i..   Mansiiai.i.   Fhaction.    Lit'ti.h  Annus. Litti.k   llnotvs   Mineral    Claims,  situate  in   the  ('.rectiwnnd Minion- Division  of S'ale District.   Where located   -Iu C.reeu-  wooti   camp,   at   the   head   of   Providence  creek.  TAKI! NOTICE thai I. Sydney M.  Johnson,  ac'iui;   as  a^eul    for   James    MeNulty,    l-'ree  Miner's Ceriilicate No. i:.:5I71..l"liu I'.resnahaii.  Kree   Miner's   Ceriilicate   No.   liHUnS.    Danio:  Dt'i'sualian. Kree Miner's ('.'riilicaie Mo. 115.S17U.  and Thomas Clark. Kree Miner's I'eitilieate No.  i:.:52'i'��. intend, sivtv days  fr.uiitltc dale Iiereof. lo apply to I'm-   Miuiutr   recorder   lor  Ceri -  licatesof Improvements, for the  purpose of ob-  1:ii11i11-_r Crown Orniits of ihe above claims.  Aud fnrlher take notice dial action, under  seel ion 37, must b ��� eoir.meueed before Uie. issuance of fttcll Certilicaie of Improvements.  Dated this 22ud nn-v of .Iniitinrv, A. D. l'MH.  apl SYDNEY   M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  N STICK.  Klnj Solomon. Queen of  Slieba  and  Jumbo  Traction Mineral Claims, situate in the  ('ireeuwood Miniutr Division of Vale District.  Where located: On Denver Creek two mites  Norlh of lleaverdell.  TAKI'. NOTICK thai I. Svdney M. .Inluismi  acltutr as airent for John A Crawford,  Kree Miner's Ceriilicate No. |!H02Hi. Win. Olscii,  Kree Miuei's Ceriilicate No. 1:30572. Win.  Kin I/., Kree Miner's Ceriilicate Nn. i:5'il3H ;ind  Joseph I*. Kelly. Kree Miner's Certilicaie No.  USoJS'l. intend, sixlv days from the date hereof.  to apply to the .\J'niiii<_' Recorder for a Certificate of Imprnvenieitts f<>r Ihe put-piise of obtainiuir a Crown it raid of the above claims.  And further take uotice that action, under  section 37. mils! b.- commenced before the  issuance nf such   Certificate of   Improvements.  Dated Ibis Mill day of Marcli. A. II.. I'in4.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MIiN'EKAE ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  MIN1CRAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  Till'. ICNICIIT  RAMIITiER   Mineral   Claim,  situated iu the (i rceuwood Minium Division  of Yale District.    Where locaied:    In r!anip  McKinuey. adjoiitine' the Knifieuoy Miner  al Claim on tlie east.  TAKE NOTICE dial I. Henry Nicholson.  ... Kree Minor's Certificate No. IM1S.X.S. act-  iujr as ac'iui for W. A. McKav. Kree Miner's  Certilicaie No. II-I1S41. and J. II. McKenzie  Kree Miner's Ceriifieale No. I! 41.S47, intend  sixty days from the dale Iiereof. lo apply to the  Miniiijr Recorder for a Certilicaie of Improve  tiieuls for liie purpnse nf obtaining a Crown  Cram of the'above claim.  And   fiuther  lake notice  that action,   under  section  37.   must   be commenced before tlie issuance of such Certiliciite nl Improvements.  Dated ihis2iUh day of May. A. D., 1104.  HENRY NICHOLSON.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate ol Improvement.  NOTICE.  'Anylo-Saxon'   "Deer I'.ell" and "Little Pete"  Mineral Claims, situate'in  liie  Orceuwood  Miii'tiifr Division of   Yale  District.     Wliere  located* On Saw or D'aker Creek ou of near  Anarchist Mottiilaiu.  TAKE   NOTICE  that  I. John   P.  McLeod,  Kiee Min  r's Certificate  No. 1!-S02-I0, actinir as  airent  lor  Thomas  McDonnell.   Kree   Miller's  Ceriilicate No 1! S53S1   and   Marv    A.    Ilesro ���  siers,   Kree   Miner's   Certificate   No.   15   S015S,  intend,      sixty        days       from       the       date  hereof,   to   apply   to    the    Mininir   Kecorder  for Certilicatesof  Improvements   for  lite purpose of obtaining' Crown drains to the above  claims.  And further take  notice   that actions, under  section 37. must be commenced   before  Ihe  is.  suance. of such certificates of iniprovenieiiis.  Dated lliis 2-Sth dav of Mav, l'KM.  "J. 1'. M'LEOD.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.    ��  NOTICE.  TOHOOfiAN Mineral Claim, s-ituate in the  Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale Dist-  rtci. Where located:' At Hartford Junction.  TAKE NOTICK that I. Sydney M. Joliu-  sr.n. Free Miner's Certificate No. 1155250,  aclin<r for self und as airent for Joseph liasselt,  Kree Miner's Ceriilicate No. 1155154, Ilarrv L.  Mortran. I''ree Miner's Certificate No. 115��2')0  and James Newby, Kree Miner's Certilicaie  No. II 74437, intend, sixty days from the  date Iiereof, to apply to the Miu'inir Kecorde  for a certilicaie of Improvements, for Hie  purpose of obtainiuir crowiifrraiu ofthe above  claim.  And   further take notice that action, under  section 37. must  he commenced   before  the issuance of such certilicatesof improvements.  Dated this Klili day of April, A. D.. Mill.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE   MILK   AND  CREAM  Delivered  Daily  to any part  of the citv.  *-T^-T"*nillli t i\>*  ^^   ^-  I  ITOTlCK.  ! "Spriiiu'lield"   Mineral   Claim, situate   in   Ihe  : Ccomvond    Min'mir   Division   if   Yal"   Dis-  i        trict.     Win-re   located:--In    IVav.-r   (.'reek  i Camo.  TAKE NoTIt Eihai I.  Isaac II. Hallett. a-  aL-eui   for    J.tni'-s   Napi.-r    l'.ii..n,    1'ice  Miner'-    Certilicaie    N...    la.,'l-t,.   a,,.;    lo lij.h  Slliales.     l-'l.-e   Miller'-   t.'ertilo-.i',.    N".     i::-t,21.  intetitl. -,xi' - 'Imv-   from    the .in;.,   herein   In  ; apply In  the Mniinir i:eennl..r for ii Cerlnicnli-  j  OI    ! lliproVi-l'ieOtS for   On.-    ptirpn--'. nl nhl'I illi nv  ia   Croxvll   dlMI". nf I he :tl...\-e  '-t'lillj  Allil   further tltke    le.tiee    Hut!    Tt'tinn.    Il||.|..t  .Seeti.iT>'  "    in"-'    be   ��� '."Hiieii' ���*���'   b.-f..--..   vi.-  \  issilftlll:,- o! stiell ���  m, II      ..,te ot   I in |-..n .-Hi.-,   .  Date't .hi*-  'ad .1.' .  ..f  Mai-h   A. D.. !���"'��.  I.   II.   il Al  I  I-  I T.  . ..railway..;;  World's Fail" Exc  Rates  GREENWOOD TO  ST.   I/M'IS  CHICACD  TOKON'Ti ��  MONTKMCAU  HALIFAX     NIO'.V  YoK'K     A MONTHS LIMIT.  DATICS OF SALE:  June 7.  11).  17.  IS: July  1. 2.   3;   Aug.  S, *.��, id; September 5, 6   7.  S(-)2.f.S  (���7.7.S  mo. on  100.1)5  124.45  KKUiS  Low Excursion Fares  fur   all    c.isfoiii    points    will   .ilso    he  (|tmti(l i^nin^ via I'ttrt   Arthur  .ill   rail  jur   inke   I'..nte   roluriiiiiHf   siiine   of via  i Cliicaic'i aii'i Si. I.otiis.  \      Fur    full   |i;ir:iculars  apply   tn locil  ; ai'i'iiK.  !      K-   K-  KKDrATII.  A^-.it.  <"irci'nv.ii(Ml.  !���:    .1.  ii IYI.K. J.  S   i  ATliK.  A.<.  l'.A. Vtiiiu-ntiivr D.l'.A.N'-l-oii BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  xjzjz A ST0RY ��F MILLIONS jcjcjz  Continued from pace 1.  at the bins alongside the wagon road.  THE HELEN.  i  If uniformly high assays  form   any j  criterion the Helen promises  to  prove I  ;i veritable bonanza.     Local public in- I  teivst isjnst now   practically  centered  on 'he progress of development on thi��  claim.    The surprisingly  high   values  iu gold, corresponding-  to  but surpassing the returns from adjacent properties has about established the fact that  the   mines   in the  south  belt will be ���'  mainly  gold  producers   in   coutradis j  tinctiou to the Providence and Klkhorn  and other  properties in the north beh ;  whei e silver values predominate.  The Helen   is situated on   the   east  side   of   Boundary    creek    adjoining;  Greenwood on the south and Anaconda ���  on the east.    In an air line thi Green-j  wood smelter  is only ISno feet distant  from the mine workings.     After careful investigation of the possibilities of  the   camp   Alex.    Miller   bonded   the  Helen last March on behalf of a syndi- j  cate composed of himself, H. N. Galer, j  assistant   general    manager    of    the  Granby     Consolidated    Mining    and  Smelting Co., aud  several  friends  in  San   Francisco.      Development   work  was   started   immediately   under   the  direction  of   W.   II.   Geffery,   M.   K.,  whose  professional reputation  stands  high in the western States and British  Columbia.    In recent years Mr. Jeffery  has directed the development of  properties in Republic, Salmo, Ymir, Ross  land, the Boundary and the Sloean.  At various periods in the pact differ  ent individuals had thrown up bonds  on the Helen owing to their failure to  obtain uniform values and the discouraging difficulties presented at the bot  torn of a 40 foot shaft where the lead  virtually pinched out. The best assays  which had been obtained from the pay  streaks varied from $2 to $20 and ��30  per ton in gold and silver. Recently  by cross cutting and following, a horizontal seam an inch wide from the  fault at the bottom of the shaft to a  point forty feet east the lead was again  recovered at its natural size on its original dip at an angle of fifty degrees  to the east, the strike being northerly  and southerly. Concurrently a drift  was run south 29 feet ou the vein  above the fault on the same level. At  a point 19 feet south of the shaft a  series of samples gave average values  of $115 per ton in g-old and silver,  the former predominating-. Ten feet  farther south on the same lead just  above the fault another series of samplings have average values of $225 per  ton in gold and silver in the same  order. One sample ran $525 per ton.  The drift is being extended farther  south and upraises are being- extended  in the same direction at the same time  in order to extract this high grade ore.  From the point in the 40 foot cross  cut where the ledge was rediscovered  ^this incline shaft is being sunk on the  "Ore." Tl li is" wor k ih g'"wi 11 be "ex te oded to  a depth of 200 feet with drifts north  and south on the vein at intervals of  fifty feet Now that the difficulties  presented by the fault have been overcome the ledge has been found in place  stronger than ever. Its width in the  incline shaft, now being sunk varies  from six to twenty-four inches. The  ore'between walls is singularly free  froht waste, and the recent develop  tnrilit Work has been skilfully planned  dtid <*yecuted.  "the tire is so high grade in character  that it is being sacked preparatory to  shipment to the smelter.     The Helen  within the next four weeks will be a  steady shipper. With gradual enlargement of the workings the force in  charge of the foreman, C. A. Phillips,  will be steadily increased. The outlook for the Helen i.s exceedingly  bright as three other quartz leads to  No. one vein can be traced on the surface north and south across the Helen  and several adjacent properties. Prospect holes and stripping at frequent  interquent on all these lodes have  proven their continuity. They average from ten inches to two feet in  width. As they are parallel to and  have the same mineralization as the  lead now being developed the  same values as the No. 1 vein from  which they are separated by distances  carrying from 80 to 800 feet will probably be encountered. As the Helen  ground rises abruptly to the east, Mr.  Jeffery proposes to extend the cross  cuts from No. 1 incline shaft and tap  these parallel leads at depth.  THE GOLDFINCH.  The Goldfinch mine lies between the  Barbara and the E. P. U. group. It is  traversed the full leng-th of the claim  in a northerly and southerly direction  by a strougly defined quartz vein dipping to the east and paralleling the  veins on the E. P. U. and Barbara.  Several shipments of high grade ore  were treated at the Nelson and Trail  smelters, Tne mine is not being ooer-  ated at present owi'ig to negotiations  for a sale.  THE DEFIANCE.  Wm. Fowler, the former owner of  the Providence, recently ��� took a bond  on the Defiance another promising'  property in the north belt. There is a  thirty foot incline double compartment  shaft sunk on the lead. A tunnel from  the surface follows the vein to the bottom of the shaft. Mr. Fowler made an  experimental shipment which ran over  $200 in g-old and silver. He recently  installed a boiler and pump. This  plant is sufficiently large to enable  him to obtain a depth of 700 feet in the  incline shaft following- the dip of the  quartz lead. The Defiance, it is expected, will soon be added to the list of  dividend payers.  THE BARBARA.  The Barbara, separated from the  Helen by one claim, was bonded several weeks ag-o by Chicago parties and  is now being developed. It lies directly east of town, Copper street  abutting on its weut line. A vein  from seventeen to twenty-six inches in  width constituting one of the biggest  quartz leads in the camp, crosses this  property in a northerly and southerly  direction and traverses ether adjacent  claims. Its trend is north and south.  The lode has thus the same charactis-  tic strike and dip of all the parallel  veins so far discovered and opened up  in the south belt. The mineralization  closely resembles that of the Helen  ffbin which"it: is Separated by one  claim.  The development consist of an incline shaft following the dip of the  lode to a depth of thirty-eight feet. A  crosscut was run to the northeast on  an angle away from the dip of the  vein for ninety feet where the vein was  again encountered strong and heavily  mineralized with a width of 22 inches  of highly oxidized granular quartz  assaying- $37 per ton in all values. On  finding the strike of the lead below  another cross-cut was run forty feet  from the shaft at right angles where  the vein   was again encountered, thus  proving the vein underground for a  length of 82 feet from cross-cut to  cross-cut. The uniform width of the  lead at both places is about 22 inches.  In the shaft before the fault was encountered a careful sv nipliiig gave $77  per ton in all values and on examination of the quartz with a mag-nifying  glass native silver and free gold were  plainly seen. Four men are now engaged sinking an incline shaft on the  vein at a point where it was encountered at the end of a forty fool cross  cut. The shaft will be confined to the  200 foot level withtlrifts on the ore at  intervals of fifty feet.  The vein has been exposed and  stripped clean for a distance of 200  feet on each side of the shaft. Ore  taken from the galena outcrop gave an  average assay of $78.60 per ton in gold,  silver and lead. The Barbara vein is  a parallel lead lo the veins on theE. P.  U. group and Goldfinch mines. The  Barbara claim adjoins the Goldfinch  mine on the west. The Chicago parties holding the bond have eng-aged  Mr. Jeffery of the Helen mine as consulting eugineer.  SEVERAL OTHER PROPERTIES-  Assays miming $1000 per ton have  been obtained from picked samples  from the lead on the Don Pedro, adjoining' the Defiance, east of town  The vein, six inches wide, is well de  fined, possessing the same trend and  dip as those of other rich properties in  the north belt. An incline shaft has  been sunk sixty feet in ore averaging  $100 per ton. The claim is owned by  Harry Shallenberger of Greenwood,  i nd several Minneapolis capitalists.  The Dynamo, east of the Helen, is  likely to add to the growing reputation  of the south belt. It has an incline  shaft SO feet deep, the working being  tapped by a 100 foot tunnel run from  the surface. Carrying- both gold and  silver the lead varying from eight to  ten inches in width averages $100 per  ton.  The Bay claim adjoining the E P.U.  group is now under bond to Mr. Fuller  who recently returned from Tonapah  with the conviction that Greenwood  camp offers superior inducements to  mining operators. A trial shipment  of Bay ore gave a return of $100 per  ton.  The last payment on the Gold Bug  adjoining the Elkhorn on the west will  be made on July 14th next. The property is under bond to a synidicate  comprising Wm. Law and other leading shareholders in the Providence  mine. Several trial shipments were  made. The average return was over  $100 per ton with values of $22 in gold.  The Gold Bug is regarded as one ofthe  best in the north belt. Development  work is to be resumed as soon as the  bond shall have been taken up.  The Strathmore, situated a short  distance east of town, has been developed by a 30 foot shaft and a 200 foot  ttuiiiel."Considerable surface stripping  has also been performed. A trial shipment netted $100 per ton. Work on an  extensive scale will be resumed shortly  The property is owned by Messrs.  Wood and Galloway.  On the Capital Prize a shaft has  been sunk on the same vein that is  being worked on the Helen which adjoins on the north. Tlv assays are  said to run as high as ��125 per ton in  gold and silver. The Capital Prize is  owned by Frederic Keffer, manager of  the British Columbia Copper Co., and  J. Smith of Anaconda.  The Callao, east of  town, is under  Make That Invigoratm  LUXURIOUS  BATH BRUSHES,        SP0NGES, MITTS  T0IL��ET WATERS,   FUSE   S��APS,   ETC.  CRYSTAL VELVET IN  YOUR  BATH,   BEATS  ALL THE EYE  OPENERS AND HIGH BALLS EVER MADE.  CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS.  bond to Messrs. McGillis and Grant  who have uncovered a well defined  quartz lead 400 feet from the workings  of the Defiance mine.  J. C. Haas, M. E.. and W. T. Smith  of Greenwood, will shortly start work  on a group of twelve claims formerly  owned by the Boundary Creek Mining  and Milling Co. These properties on  which high grade ore has been found,  are situated on the west side of Boun  dary creek a short distance from town.  A comprehensive plan of development  will be carried out this summer.  Other claims in camp that are likely  to become shippers with further development include the Mavis, Last  Chance, Combination, Twin. Ruby  and Trilby.  A guess costs you nothing if making  a $5 cash purchase. 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