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 i-'iV i"      Ji-iiitt'j]'       i'l'LA(i'.   c��<  vcaiunatMT. m��inviiUAirnnvTiixJn����i>K'inniAV u.  -f-  /  -   - IJ ir- i  ��_.  i '"*���* Y;i,  *'k '��,  & r"^.  -COMPANY, LTD.  SOLE  AGENTS   FOR  Harrington Hall Coffee  v BAKER & CO,, Importers and Roasters of  ^t , Coffee,- have perfected a mew process of granulating coffee. This leaves) the coffee cut (not  ground) to a uniform fineness, after removing-  all chaff and other objectionable matter. The  chaff which has been removed contains a large  proportion ^of "the tannin or injurious substance.  ��� ~ S ijt is impossible to' make a perfect drink  from coffee ground in the* old way, where dust  and chaff is indiscriminately mixed with particles of all sizes. Large and small particles  of coffee can no more be cooked together than  large ancTsibaH p'otato'es. Ou the other hand,  powdered coffee" results in a muddy infusion  '  wHiih wilLnot settle.      >    < ���<  I..     i      r ') I  i '3  j I i  .-b  .ALSO AQENTSFOR  o c/  i i I  vh  ISttfH  RAMLALS TEA  QOLDSWORTH TEA  ~��lpYQN>Q~TEA,  larANDSND GRADES  HA.VtfYOU TRIED UNCLE SAM'S ROLLED OATS?  i       im.il >  GREENWOOD, B.  THEY WILL  DEVELOP  BROUGHT HOME TROPHY.  A  The Don Pedro and Other  Promising Properties  I  Summit, Camp ,Property <(Bonded By  i Granby-Co. ���������t'V'-'^  W.'iwOi^'  Tit"  t^  -rfjT  ���i'  H. H Shallenberger, manager ot the  Chicago and Briti3h Columbia Mining  company has awarded a contract for  sinking-a shaft on the j Don Pedro ant  additional 100 feet' The successful'  tenderers were A. J. Morrison, W. Leonard, Edward Sullivan, Murdock McLeod and Alphonso Inghs, all practical  miners who at once stRrted to work on  the property '  The Don Pedro is one of a group of  mines, owned hV the Chicago & B, C  company. The group Comprises the  If ke, Idola, Din Pedro, YollW,tMie  fraction and Crescent fra, Hon The  l^ges ,re charact^tic^th, ������,,,. j  all high grade carrying high' silver  d gold values The company has  id^d to vigorously-, prosecute, devei-  nient worlc The shaft on the Work"  ��jjf idro is now down. 39 feet and when  Oil te present contract is completed a  ' opth of 139 feet will have been at-  tined. r The shaft will be continued on  te vein. The pay(chute lis from 3 to  6 nches wide. Values as high as 51003  t the. ton haye been secured from thi.*  \1 in and the ore'will easily average  er $100 to the" ton It is the mien,  n later on, to  Russell -taw- Caulfield  ���-;  i!4! ' COMPANY, ? LIMITED  r  V,  G&EAT  ��� To lower our stock for~stock takiEg we *are still  selling-"goods Regardless or Cost.   Our entire  .\u.r, o?..(9tock"ofcClothing, Shoes,' Hats,1 Uaderweaiy etc;',-"-<  .m .if'?- iSjaustvihe nsold-:Sto maker roomi for."New;Goods,in-���  oi xiWhich areficommencingK-toi' arrive.^ fWe-' 'nttaker-t-  special mention ofour NewUhion--Macle Macki-  laws; which can't-'be beat:- >" -'!.���!>.���'". ,'.vrwi ..->���,.>;.- .-,���������,r  ���/^^-..-������.���rtJi^di^^ho^ and Rubbers at  -^^WosMem'cut-. '    ' -   ,  your own  price  ��w  T  r  An later on^to start a tunnel lowei  d wn the hill to tap the shaft at depth  o 130 feet This1 tunnel will afford an  e;3j method for shipping ore as i's  p rtal is along side side the proposed  he of ihe Gieat Northern to Phoenix  The u>mpany has some very promts-  it j properties and^judging from the  si:cess which has attended' the de\el-  otment of other high grade properltes��  ar the^same cairip^ it 13 almost a cer-  ta nty^that w^ith1 thie expenditure of  s< ne money, the company can be added  tc the list of dividend payers at an  es'ly date  :��v n;  ~�� TELEPHONE   2&  \'i\fy  ���rtoiai  ��� )r  nn  i  vt  3*m  UI  . .,-,1  .."t \     T:crnf\. * 16fvl oi.'.''i v!>".'i'! aa>\a'-~o  f,,4...^Our^tfigi sale :is now iu:full swing.aud^e.have:  " made thie last slash in prices for this'^ale;  only  ..._,.-r,.twp.more..weeks for^such.bargaiiis ,..-., ......  le priee  ifadie^'Winter Shirt Waists wjs &so; salt  m .... -J'a.........  dLadleS? Costumes, ��u fine Tweed and'Serge, was SIS to S2S  P sale price-\[J....-...-^.:AjA\S,.S;^sMl..iA.......    '.���  & -���.:.'i-;i-'.'-' '&r>i A::f   ' "t:"'."!--/-  SO Pairs Nen'S ShiWS;'was"s$5-and''S6 p��r-^'air   ......  p     f ^ ��=, .^ale^price per pair.. ,���,.,......  ?i        8j   .j   .."    ��    .-J "* * -���������'   " if-; i: !"�����;"?  -'  p w^DomejwithHthe crowdr.and:bring yout:.purse -with yovi as  ��� t.r%  7Sc  $6.50  $2.50  ��   ��   -   ���"���     ij  .,aat Saturday a^mining deal^of cbn^  si(eT&'blfeitfiportknc& was conliiin mated-  w ereby  the Grauby. Co.: acquired a  b<nd on the Shamrock III and-Reliance  . ...  <'..Ti..;>.  ffl-li  tvo promising mineral claims situated  in 'Sivmni'ii'rcarri'p'.i'-'fr'om'l Arthur  HC  L uder..ofjEbolt.. iThe bondris,.for(!90  deys aiid tii'e contract calls' for vvbrlt'to  contnence iini)iediat^l^^'th^|Couaidera.--  titniupt. being made^ublic.;, . ., .   ,    .  Phe'Shamrock III and  Reliance' at e  alriost adjoining the.S^'riatdrland'Fretr  m mt, which were bonded-by ithe same;  conpany a couple pf months ago. ....Thu  ,S��nator, which they have' been fw<ii lV-'  |inf right along,, has turned qutiqiii'tva:  surprise, large bodies of ore being ��-ti-  couitered'.froiiiiitHeigi-asjs* robts;i and'  already over-700 tons have been .Bhi.p{juJj  to thesmeiter, qu'airied   from ''ii glory  hoe on-the surfaceT with  gratifying  rei utlts. T<, .j    .,,.-;    \j/{,;   A'rAiu  !  The two properties just bonded were  at jne time in the Kathraiillen  group,  bu: were allowed to run out and  were  res tak'ed by  tlie' present "'owner. .' One  assessment work done oii,the Shamrock  III showed up:ore assaying 6 per cent  in copper.   Mr."L<au'der  was   forinerly  policeman iu Greenwood,  but during'  thi season of the'last operations at the  B.'c,  mine,' was bookkeeper-.at, that  property,  -which . almost  adjoins '*���-'  Rathmullen group.���t*ioiieer.  the  Grefeiiwno* Curlers' Caiiture' One oif  Rest Cups at Bonspiel.  I The seventh uinti tl bonspiel under  the auspices of the Koulen.ij Curling  Association," w it brought to a siircess  ful hriish at Revelstoke on Fuda^ last  About sixi\ outbidc/curler'j were in  attendance and| the Re\ci&tokc club  treated them most hospitabh Lunch  was on at all hours and plenty of the  stuff thattooled the'hottbst enthusiast  and more of the same to warm the  chilled , The nQreenwood curler^,  Messrs, VV G McMvuii, # c B  Frith, W Cooksoji and''II \V I<al  coner re.urned home on MondaNibnng-  mg with them the Ohvei cup probably  the most handsome ot the seven^com-  peted for As a pnsse wuii this cup  each member of their unk ivas piesent-  ed with a hat. The Greenwood link  aUo won four pipes as a thud pnze'for  largest majority in the Tuckett trophy  competition. The f local team was  bfeaten by) one point in the semifinals  for the (grand (challenge cup by the  Calgary rink "The score at the  twelfth end'was 11-11        "     '  jThe tropluei wete   Won a^> follows  Gratfd   Challenge,j-Rolislaud,   Oh\er,  Greenwood, Walkei\Ule, IS?eUon, Tuck  et^Phoemx^ Hudson^ jElaj and Mcintosh,    feandon,     Consolation.     Revel-  *toke,1  WHITE-t-.LIVIN.GSTON  ���>-k:v  Man  j : l ' i  ^ It '\\aa   a   successful   bonspiel  Greenwood' conld^ give 'the  burlei  th? stanes as good  a  ice  j \^-  j _   but  ��   o'  time and  bet'er  MR. BERNARD'S FUNERAL  Large Number Pay Last Respects to  Worthy Brother.  The funeral of the late I M Bei  nard -.toolr place ldbt &cttmda> aftei  noon There was. a very large attendance. The Masous of which order  the deceased was a prominent m-rnbm,  had chaise ot the sers ices, and tne  Greenwood Miner's, Union attended ��n  a body A ��.hort service was conducted  mi the Masonic hall, and later the  beautiful and impressive Masonic  funeral service was coi ducted at the  grave > Tlie Masonic offi ers were  assisted by Rev. M. >D McKee The  pall bearers were Me^sr'b ��� D Mcintosh,  H. M   Fullei, Geo    McDonald, iE   'R  i  Redpath, Biowp,    R     >Ste\.ut  There were several  beautiful  wicalbs  ^including one_frotn tbe Masonic lodge  At_ a   meetings of   tne ��� Greenwood  Minerb' Union the folios 1 lg resolution  oft   condolence      wa=.      unanimous) \  passed'  * "Wherca*-, It has pleased Almi^'it*  God in Hia inhnite wisdom and mens  toiremove from our midst Bio I M  "Seirnaru; ana  VVhereas, Our late brother has eve r  proved himself a loyal and zealous  member of our . organization and a  helpful friend in titni' of ri6ed;'lfii:r. -  fore be it 'Vrt\'{'/.7l���' ���.  Resolved: That \ye..exteti,d to,.his  family���b'uf'h'ed'ftfMt syriipatii'y-'ii'tii'l hr  it further ..'..-  Resolved:'" That a copy of these resolutions be sent to his family as a tol<e:i  ofjthe esteem in which our late brother j  was held by members of this union !  and that a copy be spread on our r��-j  cords as a tribute to his memory and a |  copy be sent to the Boundary Creek j  Times for publication and that our!  charter be draped for thirty days.1'        I  popular   Greenwood   Business  ,       VMan fe'd \ An .,-ManitoJs  R C G White mauagei foi J L  White & CoJ Greenwood, and Miss  Ethel Livingston "were married at  Mebta Manitoba <on the 26th mat The  Western Progress published at Mehta  gives t.ie following particulait,  Tli'e bride is well known heu., having1  been the "wee tot" of the late'Di Livingston's fJumlynvhen he came to the  district twentv ypars ago Ever since  that tune with tne exception of two or  tlnee jeais spent m travel and iu visiting friends ur On^ano and thi United  States she has been a genuine Mehta  girl and for seVeral >ear* past has been  one of,tlie ni opt prominent and popular  of them alli b\ ^reason of her musical  ability and her. quiet sunny fritfldli  jiess Foi quite a number of >ears she  has been organist'of the Pre3b>tenan  church Here and her popularity both in  tha,t capacity qnd as, a member of the  chur^lj was strikingly proven b\ the  kind and appreciative address and  beautiful silver service presented tocher  by the congregation'sf few daj��, before  her depaiture  The wedding jthonjfh quietus as exceedingly tasteful^ ,>ud pretty The  parloia were decoia^ed with lovely  ferns, carnations and < o'aeS.* The bride  was becominglj dressed m a travelling  costume of dark grey z biline and Mis>s  Itcne Lningston as b idesmaiJ ablv  Glleo the ornamc.ital cities of that  position gowned in white organdie with  Valenciennes trimmings The' groom  was given the nece��aaiy assistance by  Mi C If Campbell, an old schoolmate  of both bt;ide ( arid^ and gi,ooni. Aftei  the ceremony the wedding paitv did  ample justice to a fcubstanfiil and  dainty breaktast befor'leaving foi the  liam ii<>  The happy couple aTncd here on  Fluid)    last,  and _ iuinjedidtel\   went  SHUT DOW  Company  Decides ,Not;f*to  Re-open Property  L  Practically Abandoned���Earnings Are  Distributed,  i[ousekeeping on Ktmbeiley .ivenuc  Mr White s niciiy Greenwood fuends  Tree\knditi!.rcougiatulatidns in which  th'c Vunes heartily joins"    "i  A Powerful Firm  i  1 tic dim of Charles Cammell'&  Co  Ltd,  of Sheffield,  England,' is  now  known'as' Cammel'   Latrd & Co Ltd  This is ni consequence of the acquisition  of the Birkenhead, It ou <Works,  lately the property of Laud & Co  Ltd  Shid   builders   and   Engineers     Last  year also, the works   it   Coventry   and  Birmingham of "the   MulTitieMVigle\  Co    Etci    were   put chafed     Ir]   these  iorki> gnu monotints etc   ire produced  and the miuufacture of  hnld  arlillaiv  and naval g'uns is  contemplated     The  new firm of Camtriell, ^aif'd &3G6i Ltd'.'  is,now one ofithe largest aid strongest  in: the world.^.cpntr.oUingjas qt/does,,;in  addition to those lately   acquired, .the;  Cycl.ops Steel and Iron works,'-Sheffield  the: 'Derveu't'' Iroii"and ' S'teei \iworks,  Workiiijaflbn, Yorkshire Steel'and  Iron  works,:Beniston;ithe'G.rimsthOrpe  Or--,  d.-iuce Steel .Tv're;<&; Spriqgjworks,  Old  and New Oaks Cpjlierics, Nr.  Bamsley  Chfeap'Rates. * *  >   ���������   r    f*\      i~-J   ���?   >i   <"*���     <���'������������     :cj  Thet,C.:R. R. are/quoting-single fare  rates to the Rbsslanil carnival.|'rickets  will be on sale Febritary 10j 11,-; 12, 13.  gobd.'to r'ettirfi <5n February'jlStlu      :'  ."   i m  ni'        i     '        ii     i' ���������r-   ���' ���':      .  ���A -.-    ,;  -f     ��    f     -.-,  ,- ;      ,.-  ,;     '.;   ;; ,     .  Smith&fMiSRaevire sltovviiir an ex-'  tensive line of'Valefitiir'es;   '       '    -  : Tom Samson's Elegy.  "When WinterTuffl.ei up iiisjClpak,,  And binds the mire like a "rock;  When to the lochs th'e curlers' tlock  Wi'gleesome spqcd,, ���  ,  Who will they sta'tibn at the cock?'  Tom Samson's dead! ��� ./   "  ���  '.'He was the king of a' the core,  . To guard or dravy or ;wickfa; bore.  ."Or up the rintc like Jehu.roar,  In tithe o"iieed.-     ;;'   ���;'���    '  ;" But. now, he,.laga-^oui .Dcathfi  hog  ;- . score���       .   ''      "'..-!  '" Tom Samson's'deair.-'     '-.  The Cariboo mine of  Camp  McKinuey is likely to'reiuam   closed  indehu  itely     At the anuu,il meeting ree ently  held in ^Toronto,  a  dividend  of  1   pel  cent  was ordered   p^ud    leaving  on'\  S5000 in the  treasitrv   and   i*   ���a>,  d  culed to not open the mine     Some tint^  ago the Cauboo w is closed aud pump  taken out, the local  iu.ni i^enicnt   iu  nouncing^ that  there  vvas  no   fiitthci  ore in s>ight Shareholders in the cot  pany were opposed to this <u tion believing that some of the money m the  treasury should be used ib developme <l  work, is it was confidently believJ  that further ore boOies could, be uppuci1  up It was iioped Lhat this view wouh'  prevail at the annu il meeting but cv i  dentlv the majority of shaieboldei s  didn't believe in expending anv inonev  on development work __.  For yeai;s the Cariboo miue  was ib^  onlv dividend pay t-ritr mine in Son the-  Bntisli  Columbia     li   w.u  owned   1 ���>  J noes Mnnaghu'i and Geo 11  Mc\iilay  until   a  fe,v   yeais   tti,o   whi-n   it    v < �����  stocked tn Toronto     Lntterly  the  or  has. been running on a lower cftadeaiid  iriore refractory -i n1 ��ti>-ji<ispecial edoi^--  was made to open   up  new   bodies  tl <  stock slumped     Those  who aie thoroughly dcqnaiuted with Camp  McKm  n^y belieye that with   Ihe expenditure  or  money   the  Cariboo  can  again   be  made a dividendj>ay ing mine  From Fairview.  i  At the regular monthly meeting of  the Liberal  Association  here   the  fol  lowing   resolution   vvas    unatr'noui1,  and   enthusiastically    carried        "Kc  solved that the Association hasleain  ed with gieatest satisfaction  that Mi  DuncaD   Ross,    of    Greenwood,    was  chosen, at the Libeial Convention held  atj Kamloop's on the 13th instant, as tbe  Liberal standard-bearer for'Yale-Cariboo electoral-district- ati the (next: gen-'-  -.eralj rpominioxi;, election ,:aud . .hereby;,  pledges him  its  hearty{ and undivided .  support; and that n: copy of this reso-  "lutioh: be'fbrwardeti'tb'Mf; "Ross.''    '  The Picture and the Frame.  There's.many, a worthN'.ss picture th;it  ' \   is framed in splendid style,  .   And there's inaiiy a worthless can v.is  in a frame of poor design; t  The lady that'you think to be'iuuoceiit  of guile'  May, in,spite of fair appearances, be'  ��� less than lialf diviiie.  There's many a ,f.iol abroad who has a  ] visage that isgnind,  There'.s jnany *a   strutting..one   on  whom the tailor has a claim;  Some  child   may" starve "lie&usu   tbe  gem gleain^.on.yon.lady.'s hand ,  , It isn't always sate  to judge .tin.- pic-  :;     ture in'the fraine.'       ;'  .��.!�����>���:������:.���:< ���:������:�����>���:������:���  >.><<<~i"Z~i'*'><"''<'*<~l~t>Z"te  oundary Ore Shipments,  *������."��������.������.".������;���  IXalf ;Vina'T?P D'.^'Keff-'H'aVe're^  Surned from a,-.Jtrip  to the  Carmi.   A j ^  Carload "of oie will be hauled by sleighs *  from this,promi9ing  West Fo"rk'"prop- .}.  6rty to ,-Midway   for shipment/-to the X  local lihielter. V  Card of Tiianks.  Granby Mines . '    Mother Lode-  B. C. Mine .      _, . .  Snowshoe    Sunset   Oro Denoro  Brooklyn  Morrison  R. Bell  limtna .       .  Winnipeg  Golden   Crown  Athelstan and Jack Pot....  Kinji- Solomon   No. 7  ...: ...      ..: ���  City of'Paiis.     ..  Jewel     ;-.-  .,-Eikhorn   'Providence           E. P. U. Mines, and Gold  Miscellaneous ^_.....;.-._  1900  64 533  S 3-10  W  444  297  \M  1 076  2 250  1 200  1W1  1902.  1903  1904  Week.  231 Sb2 .  310 an  393 718  .='. 340  1 1 S20  ')'�� 548 "  141 326  130 492  O 515  3 SIO  47 ��17  14 727  19 3to  I 731  2" $00  71 212  S0n  ,-- 010  15 731  ,. 15 537  4 42"  M>3  If.n  3 339  c.(,i>    -  OOO  ',' WJ  22 937  4 165  429  \  040  785  62-:.  2 435  S50 ',  5 646  1 .584  330  665  -532  .325  S9fi  2 175  *   /.  400  50  30  %  ���+jl3  id  25  ���>  107  50  25  J  ��69  5*4  132  s*  l(  :c ��n&   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ^f?mfi?ffmnm!r��mfnf?mrmmmm!nn!!nm!n!mm!!^ i ����* &***. ��* one haw * 0Ue per  -��� .w/     i- 1 "   u ^-  cent an ordinary locomotive can  ::~ "We  live to eat, and eat to Live  is an old axiom ^���'  S~. but in order to live you must get the best to eat,  7V?y   OUR  (I  ffi5-  u  1.11  grade  OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON      3  1 The New INDEPDMHT MEAT MARKET j  I ^ The Union Meat Company 1  ���X  She  Boundary Creek Times  Tssued Gverv Friday  (   IJNCAN  ROSS. ......:.. MiKAOING   EDITOR  SUBSCRIPTIOKS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year    200  3ix Months  1 2=  To Fckkign Countries..  2 50  <lj)NIQN  FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY o,  l')04  THE  RAILWAY  QUESTION.  Will Hill tap the Boundary  :iiiues during 1904? The chief  of railway builders has already  expressed his determination to  connect the producing mines of  ihe Boundary with his system,  but wheu and how are subjects  of various rumors and conjectures.  ?Jr. Hill has had wonderful experiences in his successful career  from the days when he was an  -ordinary clerk until he stood the  foremost railway man of the age,  but in all those years he encountered nothing quite-so unique as  ihe treatment accorded him in  British Columbia.  What this province needs most  ia railways. ;; Its wonderful and  varied natural resources can never  be fully developed until it is  opened up by railways. Everyone acknowledges the fact.  Speculators, land grabbers and  charter mongers took advantage  of the province's necessity and  ihey presented every sort of  . cheme for the consideration of  parliament and the government.  Strange to say they generally re-  eived generous treatment, and  >ue could scarcely mention a  section of   this   great ^province  that has not a railway���on paper.  Mr. Hill offered to build a railway  without   a   land   grant or  cash  subsidy.      He   offered    to   build  through   to   the   coast   through  southern British Columbia,   thus  making it possible to develop this  most   important   poition of   the  province.    His proposition was so  auusual that he was looked upon  \7ith suspicion by some  and  bitterly   opposed   by  the  grafters.  Yhen i\lr. Hill attempted to carry  ������tit his project every conceivable  ���>rt of warfare was waged against  um   to   bar   his   progress.    He  eached   Cascade   from   Marcus,  ollowing the valley of tbe Kettle  iver,   but  as soon  as he entered  British territory the dogs of   war  vere turned loose and the railway  milder had to fight every foot of  iiis   way.    Injunctions,    damage  iuits, quo warranto  proceedings  ,md every other sort of legal weapon  was  used  against  him, but  Mr. Hill  fought   on,   and   after  .everal months succeeded in cross-  ;ng again into American territory  y-X Carson.  His opponents were defeated at  ?;very   point,    but   they    acconi-  lished   something,    Thev   suo  eeded  in   delaying construction  until the money  market  became  unsteady   and   he   had   to delay  urther construction until a more  favorable market   could   be   secured.    A short   time   ago   Mr.  fill secured  several millions  in  lew   York,    and   it  is  bolieved  hat this money is to be used  in  xtending    tbe    system    in    the  Joundary.    The right of way for  the   line   from   Graud Forks to  Phoenix has all been secured and  work on this branch is likely to  be commenced in a very short  time. In order to reach Phoenix  by Fourth of July Creek, the road  will have to take a very circuitous  route. It leaves Fourth of July  below Wellington Camp, circles  westward until the watershed of  the North Fork is reached, follows this divide to Pass Creek,  turns westerly towards Eholt and  takes the Boundary Creekside of  the divide into Phoenix. The  road will run into the lower  tunnel recently opened up; at the  Granby mines. From these  mines a large tonnage will be  hauled to the smelter. at Grand  Forks.-  But the Snowshoe' and the  Dominion Copper Company will  have a big tonnage which will be  treated at Greenwood. It is an  easy matter to run a railway  down Boundary Creek valley  from near Eholt where it will  connect with the Phoenix branch.  This Greenwood branch will be  continued to Midwa}*. The main  line will be continued from Curlew along the Kettle River to  Midway. In this way Hill system will completely circle the  Boundary country.  But Mr. Hill does not intend to  stop here. Similkameen with its  wonderful deposits of gold, copper and coal has a fasination for  the railway builder while on the  other side of the line in the  vicinity of Xoomis is a mining  district of equal promise. Mr.  Hill will continue his. road westward from Midway: throtigh  Similkameen district into Nicola  iland. Aspen Grove where some  exceptionally rich, properties are  being opened up.  _ The objective . -point; Ms the  coast. - No engineering difficulties are presented in''. getting  down to the Skagit valley, and  connecting with the road now  running frcm the American sidt.  to New Westminster and Vancouver.  ���.  A big project the-reader will  say but not too big for the man  who directs the movement. It is  a project that will make the  charter mongers take to the  woods and will move the C.P.R.  to vigorously, wave the old flag.  Until the present southern British  Columbia has been the special,  preserve of the Canadian Pacific  Railway. It will not permit the  invasion without a desperate  straggle and its most effective  weapon is the "old flag."  So far as the people are concerned above all questions of conflicting interests between railway-  corporations is the broader question of freedom of development.  In the carrying and assembling  of our minerals we must follow  natural channels whether or not  they conform to political imagin-  ery lines. Grades are of more importance than distance and we  must adopt oui policv to the  physical features of the country.  We cannot ship low grade ores  on high gr?de railways. The  only way to prevent this is by  following the natural conformation of the country. The natural  route into the Boundary is by the  the valley of the Kettle River  and that stream has been inconsiderate enough to meander in  and out without any regard for  an international   boundary  line.  haul only 1350 tons, on a  of one per cent this is cut to 600  tons and on a grade of two per  cent the load is cut to 300 tons.  On the C. & W. from Robson to  Greenwood there are two per cent  grades and 14 degree curves.  The line is an eloquent tribute to  ~5 j the pluck of its builders but the  Boundary ores pay the piper.  It is surely time to stop waving  the old flag and start developing  our mineral resources; it is surely  time to rely more on what we  have iu this great country, than  spend ail our time dreading what  the other fellow is going to do to  us. If we are goiug to pursue a  Chinese policy in the matter of  railways, if we are going, to continue to place every possible obstacle in the way of those who  are .anxious to assist us in opei>  iug up our country, then our  resotuces will remain undeveloped. The surest way to drive off  the capital we have been seeking  is by refusing to allow railways  to come iuto the country by the  most feasible routes.  We have an opportunity to  have the whole of southern  British Columbia opened up by a  railway that will go around the  mountains not climb over them.  We can secure such a road without payment of a dollar of the  people's ir one}- and without the  alienation of a foot of laud. - We  have every confidence that the  people are not going to be further hoodwinked and that they  will no longer tolerate obstruction  what is so essential to the  development of the country.  The Best Remedy for Croup  Tni.s is the season when the woman  who knows the best remedy for croup is  in demand in every .neighborhood.  One of the most terrible thing's in the  world is to be awakened in the middle  ol' the nig-lit of the night by a whoop  from one of the children. The croup  remedies are almost as sure to be lost  iu case of croup, as a revolver is sure to  be lost in ctfseof burglars.    There used  to    be    an   -old-   fashioapri _ reniedy   for  croup, known as hive syrup, but some  modern mothers say that Ch?.mber-  lain's Cough Remedy is better, and  does riot cost so much. It causes the  patient to "throw up the plegm"  quicker, and gives relief  in        a   ,.   shorter time.       Give  this remedy as soon as the croupy  cough appears and it will prevent the  attack. It never fails and is pleasant  and safe to take. For sale by J. L.  White Greenwood and A. F. Thomas  Midway.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Nadeu-Flooil Block, Crecuwood, B. C.  THE NEW  i  j  iiii  ��fgareffe$  A choice line of the  above good just  received.  ��owiiey'$t  son Hro$*f  and  Stewart's  3ust arriuecL  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  B. B* Hlunroe  gopper street.  GOMMEROiAL HOTEL  RE-OPENING OP  DINING   ROOM ...  IM BMTH^I^llimir. ---��������  The Dining Roomhas lately been refitted and refurnished* and  and will be run in first-class style.  EVERYTHING   IN   SEASON  Meals 35 cents. " Special rates to steady boarders  CAMAD5AN  HrfBaAnliLJUKHaBta  RAILWAY . . .  Cr  CF*  Cr*  CF*\  (F*  CF*  CF*  cr<\  CF*\  <?**,  Cr*\  CF*\  CF*  CF*  Cr*\  CF*  CF*  OTfmTOYMffi  Capital, all paid up. $13,973,560.  Rest.  $10,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona aiJd Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkorgb A. Drommond.  General Manag-er :   E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng.  Buy and bell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any par't'nf tlie-world.  ]c^JVrfflU New York, Chicago.  fe*��  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager. ^  World's Scenic Route  Direct line.  East.  Winnipeg   -  Toronto.  Ottawa.  Montreal  New York  Lowest rates  est.  Vancouver  Viotoria  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  via Soo Pacific Line,St. Paul  Chicago and all U. S, points.  S. S. Service From  Vancouver  to  Ar ASKA, JAPAN,  CHINA,  UAWAI1,  'AUSTRALIA  Through bookings to Enplaud'and  the Com  tinpwt flo. all b. S5. llue  For complete information and furtli^  er particulars  apply to local agents or  E. R. REDPATH/Agent,  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.GP.A., Vancouver D.P.A. Nelson  THE f ANADIAS RANK OFfOMMERCE  Witti Which is Amalgamated V  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital S   8,700,000  Rest -���          3,000,0'oO  ���'��� C   -  Aggregate resources exceeding   .   ..   78,000,000    '_.=-���  HON. GEO. A. COX, President.     B. E. WALKER, General Manager-  London Orflce, 60-Lombard St.,.E. C.  The Banlc has 104 Branches well distributed throughout the Dominion and elsewhere, mcluaiuK- the fol]o\vint'[iu;British Columbia and.the Yukon Territory:  ATLIN, ���' GREENWOOD. NANAIMO, -      VANCOUVER,  CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS. NELSON. .        VICTORIA,  DAWSON, LADYSMITI1,   ;_',       N.WESTJITNSTER, WSITE HORSE,  r ERNIE.  Branches In the United States:  ���   ��� -  new york;    sanfrancisco.    Portland,    Seattle,    skagway(  Depositb received, exchange boinrlit   and  sold and every description of brankingr [  bnsiness transacted:- GREENWOOD  BRANCH,  W. ALLISON. Manager.  i  Sfc-S  i  Sis  POR SALE  Finest Rooms in City  HEATED   BY   STEAM  This house is run upon cosmopolitan  principles, and the prospector with his  pack is just as welcome as the millionaire with his roll. The bar is stocked  with the best the distilleries produce-  Fred M. Munn,    Proprietor  WHEN IN A/��"i SON  STOP  AT  TriK  The new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading hotel of  the Kootenavs.  Well Known      ;  StockJRanch  640 ACRES  50 ACRES in Timothy and Grasses  100 Feet Hay aad Cattle Sheds-  ��� 35 Acres Hog Pasture, hog proof  fence, creek running through  m -YOUNG ORCHARD, just coming  into bearing.  BARNS all floored.  - UNLIMITED money in HOGS.  CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.  BERRIES grow to perfection,  bringing S2 to $3 a crate.  UNLIMITED RANGE for horses  and cattle.  If vou want rosy cheeks and a fat  purse raise stock, the healthiest vocation aiid the Boundary is positively  the best market in the world. This is  practically the BEST STOCK RANCH  in Southern fjBfitish Columbia for the  moiiey.  Inquire at TIMES oflice or  STOOKE BROS., 4 miles  North of Midway;*  8��  REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire Assurance    "     The Brltislf'America Assur-  . Co. of London, England. ance Co., of Toronto.  Liverpool   and   London ' and  ��_Globe Insurance Company,  GRAND F_ORKSs-PHOENlX-GREENWO0D  DAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood��6]a. m.f  Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Fork* 10.30 a.tn.  LeaveseGrand "Forks'3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives-in"Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare -Grand Forks |S3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix ��1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great-Northern express rates -made known-at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  EWERY  ; PORTMAN,  & PORTMAN  '. ' -'Proprietors''  ASK POR  nn|iijjf?rnnrrn  Villi mm DLLH  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  /'' \      '  ���> ���&, THE   BOUNDlAJRX    CRBJSK   T1mjw>  Business Directory.  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  ��� FRED B. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.       karge  warehouse for storing goods.  P.O. Box 25    Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS.  0^><><>0000<X><>0<}0<><>000-<><>0<><><>^  SEVEN PROSPEROUS YEARS f  The Condition of Canada Seven Years Ago, and  - the Condition of Canada Today  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C  TAILORING.  . WILSON.& CO.  Merchant Tailors.       ; Greenwood, Sj,  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  ���   W." FRAWI.EY,DPrOp.  Finest Bath Tubs-in city.    Bath6  25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Streej. ���-    -     Greenwood, B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETTA SHAW  Barristkks, Solicitors,  Notaries Pobuc.  Calile Address':'.;. hAllett."' >  Codes  t. h. hai.i.btt.  j Bedford M'Neill's   Gr  "l Morelng- & Neal's -  ( Lather's.", - M  RBBNWOOD,  ' - .  B. O.  H. C. SHAW.  M��LEOD & BROWN  barri8ters and solicitors,  ., Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: "Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Bkown.    . J. P. McLbod.  �����  ARTHUR Nl. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rcndoll Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer, -  Dominion    anb    Provincial  .Land Surveyor.  Office .with Gatince & Wickwire.  '"--.':';;       '     " Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD, .i   \: ���    ;   .   ;   S.   O.  4. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and   -  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Alnlag and Englncerlne Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ... DRINK ...  inAU _  A LIFE  SRENEWER  On sale at all the hotels.  BOTTLED BY  JAMES M'CREATH  Bottlers of Fine Lager"Beer and  Mumiacturere of all kinds of  Carbonated Beverages.  ��$&J-:r.  FURNITURE  CARPETS ;  LINOLEUMS  CROjCKERV  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The   largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were fur- .  -    nished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  .VICTORIA. B.C.  Ran mim mini/ ���   'riii i  ^-:��k*��kk~X"Xkks-k^:~>>��k��  i  I  V  ���>  %        Comfortable Rooms.  % Everytbin? First Class.  f  '%���'���'��� THE SWAYNE  HOUSE,  j? ..;_������  r .Silver Street,  X Greenwood,  The story of the seven years of fullness is succinctly told in a poster  issued" by the Liberal Association of Ledno, Alberta.    Here it is :  Seven years ago last Jtitu'. the Conservative government was in  power. Today the Liberals are in power ;iud this is part ul their record  for the seven years past:  Seven years ago our revenue was 336,618,591; todav it is 563,739,271,  or nearly twice as much.  ���    Seven years ago we had a deficit of 5330,000;  this year we  had  a  surplus of over $13,000,000, or a betterment of a little over 313,000,000  Seven years ago our foreign trade was 3239,000,000; today it is  $459,000,000, or about twice as much.  Seven years ago the number of homesteads entered during the year  was 1,857; this year it was.31,343, or a little over 17,times as'uiany.  Seven years ago our cattle trade amounted tc $104,451; this year it  was $11,342,634, or say eleven times as much.  Seven years ago we exported in oats $273,861; this year we exported  $2,583,171, or over nine times as much.  Seven years ago we exported in, flour $718,433; this year we exported  $4,699,142, or say six times as much.  Seven years ago our Territorial grant was 8267,000; this year it was  $957,000, ot say four times as much.  Seven years ago our bank note circulation was $31,456,297; this year  it was S60,414,740, or say $2 to 31.  Seven years ago we exported bacon to the value of 53,802,135; this  year we exported $15,455,174, or about four times as much.  Seven years ago. we exported in butter 34,000,000; this yea.r we  exported $7,000,000,-or say twice as much.  -  Seven years^ago we exported in  agricultural implements $593,464,  this year we'exported $2,284,904, or.say four times as much.  Seven years rgo our mineral export was $4,419,170; this year it was  $31,064,861, or say seven Limes as inucn.  'Seven years ago'it took the bonding of three quarter-sections of this  land to buy a bushel of seed grain fiom the government. This year lots  of this same laud sold for one and two thousand dollars.  And last, but not least, seven years .ago tons of Tory literature were  strewed over the width and. breadth of this land abusing Mr. Israel  Tarte in every way imaginable. This-year it is: "Come to my arms,  Israel, dear, bid your friends in the Liberal cabinet good-bye."  0000000000<>00000<>0<��pOO<><>00^  ENDORSED BY LABOR:  Mr. A. B. Low, of Trackmen's Brotherhood. Thanks Government.  ._  Ottawa, Jan. 28.���A. B. Low,^ first  vice-president of the International  Brotherhood of the Maintenance of  Ways employees, writes from Kingston, to Sir Win. Mulock, the minister  of labor, thanking him and the government for the increase given to the  employees of tha track and bridge department on the Intercolonial. Mr.  Low says: -  "This is the third increase which  has come to us since the present government came into power. I may say  the minimum for track men is now  $1.40 for ordinary sections and for  foreman $1:65. Iu yard-section men  $1.50 and forenie"n 32.00 and $2.25." The  men in- the bridge ,department have  also been liberally dealt-with.'^  . - Mr. Low .goes on to show that the  minimum for men was Sl.lO and $1.60  for foremen under "the late government. The minimum for men has now  been increased to $1.40 and $1.50. The  total increase he .says is. over 30 per  aent. Mr. Low goes on to show how  the Conservatives fooled the employees during the time they were in power.    He adds:  "The Conservatives promised us an  increase on the eve of an election and.  broke the promise the 0av,.after it was  over. The Liberal puiij, who was  hot too strongly.'indebted' to .many of  our men, have kept tlieir promises aud  have three times raised our wages."  In conclusion Mr. Low says that the  men know.he is no '.'...political partisan,  but supports the party, in the government that puts butter on their bread."  British Democracy.  Not long ago John Burns.^member of  parliament, was seen by a Battersea  elector walking^arm-in-arm with a  shabbily-dresced man. whom the Battersea resident took to be a tramp.  Drawing Burns aside, he said to him:  "Look 'ere, John, dee-inocrac.v's all  very fine, but. don't you reucinizs  ���what's doo to your position as a meu.-  ber.of the 'ou.ie? Fancy walkin' about  harm-in-harin, iu broad daylight, wit  a wort in' man!" "S-shl" whispered  Burns; "that':* the Duke of Norfolk."  And it \yas.���Winnipeg Tribune.  A. SUCCESSFUL COMEDY.  Broadhurst's   "What. Happened   to  Jones" Will Be Presented Here, o  Manager Walker of the Winuipcg  theatre, will present; in this city Tuesday, Feb. 9tb, "What Happened to  Jones," George Broadhurst's great  comedy, whicn has enjoyed long runs  at the leading theatres of New York  and London, and which is knownsin  the large citios all over the country.  It is a comer'y that does not require  alap-sticks auj funny falls *o make it  laughable. Its plot is logical and car  ried out with innumerable complications that are excruciatingly funny.  Manager.Walker has secured a metropolitan compa ny of comedians, and the  piece will be presented here v"ith the  same careful attention to costuming  and scenery it receives in the large  cities For the first time Western  Canada will I'.are a metropolitan production of a famous comedy. "What  happened to Jones" will be seen here  ou Tuesday, -feb. 9th.  An Attack of Pneumonia Warded bff  "Some time ago my daughter caught  a. severe cold. She complained of pains  in her chest and a bad cough. I gave  her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy according to directions and iu two days  she was well and able to go to school.  I have used this remedy in my fait'ily  for; the past seven years and have never  known it to fail," says James Prender-  gast, merchant, Annato Bay, Jamaica,  West India Islands. The pains in-the  chest indicated an ; approaching attack  of pneumonia, which in this instance  was undoubtedl}" warded off by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward  pneumonia. For sale by J. L. White  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas Midway.  Transfei of License  Notice is hereby given that 30 da.vs after datu  I intend to apply to the Board of LicenseCom-  inissionerB for the city -of Greenwood for a  trarsfer of the liquor license now held hy me to  Gilbert Gtiudereou for the ptemises known as  the Victoria Hotel, situate on Lot 24 block!2,  Copper street Gieenwood.  C. SCOTT GALLOWAY.  Sated December 26tk 1903.  In the Superior CourLof Britisli Columbia  In the Matter of the Land Registry Act  and Amending" Acts  AND IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLI-  cation by .the Granby Consolidated Miuing  and Smelting- Company, Limited, 'and the  ��� Granby Consolidated Miuingf,-Smeltiiig--aiicl  Power Company,,-, Limited, for liberty, to  amend or altera plan or survey of a subdivision of lots eight hundred and ninety-  four (894), nine hundred and twenty-two (922),  nine hundred and thirty-:tliree (933), and five  hundred and eifftity-nine (589). group one (1),  Osoyoos Division of Yale district, in the  Province of British Columbia, deposited in  the Land Registry office.  The Chief Justice | of 0ctober- A- D- l503-  Upon the application of the Granby Cousoli.  dated Mining and Smelting Company, Limited"  and the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting  and Power Company, Limited, upon hearing  read the affidavit of George W. Woostcr, sworn  herein on the toth daj- o�� September, 1901, and  the exhibit therein referred to and duly filed,  the affidavit of Oren B. Smith, sworn herein  the 13tli day of September, 1901, as. to tha service and p-blicatloti of the summons herein,  and ui'ou hearing Mr. J. A. Macdonald of  counsel for the applicants:  It is ordered thai the said-Grauby Consolidated Mining aud Smelting Company, Liir ited.  and the Granby Consolidated Mining. Smelling,  aud Power Company, Limited, be at liberty to  amend and alter the said map or survey of a  subdivision oflots eight hundred and ninety-  fonr [S'MJ. nine hundred and twenty-two [922J,  nine hundred and thirty-thcee [933], and five  hundred and eighty-nine [589], group one [1],  Ocoyoos division of Yale district, ia the Province of British Columbia, deposited In the  Land Registry office at the City A Kamloops,  in the said Province and therein numbered  sixty, 60, snch subdivision being commonly  known as "Phoenix Old Ironsides Subdivision,''  by straightening out Old Ironsides avenue  mentioned and shown on said plan or survey  by continuing the said stiett or avenue from the  northwest corner of lot fourteen, 14, in block  twelve, 12, as shown on Ilie said plan or survey,  iti tae same straight line as that portion of the  said street or avenue which lies to the east of  the said northwest corner of said lot fourteen,  14, as showii on said plan or survey, by altering  aud amending the measurements and sizes of  lots fifteen, IS, 10 twentv-nine, 29, inclusive in  said block twelve. 12, accordingly, and by cancelling such portion of the said plan or survey  as sub-divides any part or said subdivision, or  lands lying to the south of such portion of said  street or avenue proposed to be altered and  amended, such alterations End amendments  being more particiilarlj- shown in red ink 011 a  blue print of the said plan or survey altered and  amended as sought in this application, marked  as exhibit "A"' to an affidavit of George W.  Wooster sworn herein and duly filed:  And il is further ordered that said Granby  Consolidated Mining and Smelting Companv,  Limited, and the Granby Consolidated -Sfining,  Smelting and Power Company. Limited, be at  liberty to file or deposit the same maj) ur plan  as amende 1 in the Land Kecri-mry office at the  City of Kamloops aforesaid,andth.it the rtegis  trar of Titles at the said Land Registry office  do forthwith after the expiration of the period  hereinafter mentioned, which application may  be made to set aside this order, amended and  alter said registered mapor numbered sixty, 60,  in said Land Registry oflice inaccordancewith  this order;  And it is further ordered that a copy of this  order be inserted once a week for four consecn-  tivo weeks in the Boundary Creek Times, published at Greenwood, in the district in which  the stid lands mentioned in tlie said plan arc  situate;  And It is further ordered that any person or  persons, firm or firms, corporation or corporations, interested in the subject matter of this  order may be at liberty to mote before s. judge  of this Court in Chambers to set aside this order  at a.ay time within one month from the first  publication hereof as aforesaid.  GORDON HONTER,  janl-4t    . C. J.i3  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  Gum,  Big Bend'aad  Moreua Fractional mineral claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located: . In Skylark Camp.'  TAKE NOTICE, that I, I��aac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B8014O, for myself,  and as agent for George R. Naden, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B416j5,  and   Edmund  H.  Mortimer, Free Miner's Certificate No. B60224,  intend,    -sixty.       days      from      the      date  hereof,   to   apply   to    the   Mining   Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements for the pnrpose' of obtaining Crown Grants tothe above  claims.  And further take uotice that actions, under  section 37. must be commenced  before the Is-  suance ol such certificates of Improvements,  Dntcd this 10th dav of December. 1">03.  I. II. HALLETT  MINERAL ACT  18%.  ��� Certificate of improvements  NOTICE.  ������Caledonia" and "Cold Dollar Fractional"  mineral claims, situate In the Greenwood Mining Division ot Yalo District. Where located :  On Horse-shoe Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE tluu we Alex. Waddell, E.  Sullivan and M. McMynn, Free Miner's Certificate Nos. 1180,266; B80,265, and B80.182 respectively, intend, sixty days from the. date  hereof to apply to the" Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of tho above  claims.  Ard furtlier take notice that actions, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance, of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this "th day of September, A.D., 1903.  MINERAL ACT,     ,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Alice" and "Phoebe" Mineral Claims situate  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yalo  District. Where Located: Near to Baker  Creek.  Take Notice that we, David McBride,James  Ir. McMynn and M. McMynn, Free Miner's  tlarliiicate Nos. B41,825; B41,964 and B54902respectively, intend, sixty days from the date  here f, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certific: tes oflinproveiuents, for the purpose of  obtati. ng Crown Giant of the above claim.  Aiid further lake notice that action, under-  section 37. must be commenced before the is  suaiice of such Certificate of Improvements.  Bated this.llth day of July, 1902.  David McBride,  Jamkb G. McMvnn  M, McMynn.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPBOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MAY DAY, DEER TRAIL, AND DIAMOND  JOE Fractional Mineral Claln s, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: Between Green-  . wood aiid Summit camps.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Jane Russell, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B55293, Wellington Elson, Free  Mir.er's Certificate No. B5S328. aud Evan  Parry, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B80121, iutend ��� sixty 'days. from  the ;date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims.  And further take notice that actions, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 3OLI1 dav of November, A.D. 1903.  *Mar4 , I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT,  .Certificate of Improvements.- ���  NOTICE.  ''RICHELIEU" Mineral Claim, situaie   ... the  Greenwood Mining Division of YaleDistrict.   Where located :   Ou Nclse Creek on  West Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Hallett.  as agent for Wellington II. Craig.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B80223. and  William Wellington rraig,FreeMiner'3Certificate No. B80222, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorde  for a certificate of Iniprovements, for the  purpose of obtainlug crowngrant ofthe abeve  claim.  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of suchcertlficatesof improvements.  Dated the30th day of October, A.D. 1903..  Jan. 30 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  CITY   CF   PARIS   Mineral    Claim,   situate  in     the     Greenwood     Mining    Division  of Yale District.   Where located:   On Wallace Mouulaiii.  _   TAKE" NO~TICE~that I, tsa'ac H, Hallett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 80140, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim. .  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of September, A. D., 1903.  Jan. 15 I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT  sixtv da\s after date we intend to appb'  to tho Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works  for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at the northwest  coiner of lot No. 2036; thence west along north  boundary of lot No. 849; thence to the east line  of lot No. Z337; thence north along east line of  lot 2337, to the southwest corner of lot 2336;  thence east along south line of lot No. 2336, to  the northwest corner of lot No. 848: theuce  south along west boundary of lot No. 848, to  point of commencement, contain ing about 147  acres.  ROBERT HAMILTON  SAMUEL  G. STOOKE.  Dated the first day ot January, 1904.  NOTICE  ���Nolle: is hereby given that the business ofthe Greenwood Liquorcompany has been purchased by James McCreath, who will continue  he business under the same name. All debts  due by the Greenwood Liquor company up lo  the l6t of January, 1904, must be presented to R.  Grieger, by whom the same will be paid, and  all debts due to the Greenwood Liquorcompany  to the same date must be piitl to the said R.  Grieger.  , Dated this 7th dav of Jauuarv, 1904.  wttsess " R. GRIEGER  H.   C.  SHAW JAS. MCCREATH  11   if  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered  Daily to any part  of the city.  MUSIC  Miss M. Green will be pleased to receive pupils, either piano or organ, at  the residence of Mrs. Pope, Long Lake  street, next door to Methodist church.  00<X>0<��<><>0000{>00000000<>000 O0<H>CKX>0<>O<>OO<>O<X>(XK>O<>O<>CK> .  Hoi's Your Fire Insurance? f  Why pay heavy rates when you can obtain the same protection  in as reliable companies at something like 10 per cent lower p.'nnium  than that charged by the board companies?  They place the same deposit with the Government to protect  their policy holders aa the board companies.  Their policies are accepted by all the banks as security.  And what is more the nou board companies are known for their  promptness in settling claims.  The following is one of the many letters they daily receive:  Dear Sirs: I beg to acknowledge receipt  of payment in full from the London Mutual  and Ottawa .Fire Companies on account of  the loss by fire of my sawmill situated al  Midway, B. C. And wish to thank you for  the speedy manner in which the insurance  was paid.   Yours truly, Wm. Powkrs  For all information concerning the rates for nou board fire  rompan ies, apply to  R|W,  McLAlNE  Real Estate and Insurance  Opposite Postoffice, Greenwood  o  0  c,  t<  c>  o  c  c  o  11  0  6  )0OOO0OOO0O0O0OO00<��OOO0O<>C<>(KX��>O<>0OO<)0<KX>OOOO<K>OOW  Happy New Year  TO ONE  AND ALL  We thank our patrons  for their liberal patron  age in the past. During  1904 we will have a bigger and better stock  than ever:    :      :     :     :  A.  LOGAN  <�� CO.  JEWELERS  Copper Street,    ���    Greenwood  MINERAL ACT.    |  Certificate of Improvements.  Bengal akd -Bristol mineral claims, situate  in the Greenwood Mining' Division of Yale  District. .Where located:   lit Smith's camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, ArtUiir Murdoch  Whiteside, apent for Henry T-'Machin, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B. 80136, ilitend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to- apply, to the Mining Recorder for Certilicatesof Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crowjn Grants of  the above claims. '  And. furtlier talte notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such i.'ortiflcateof Improveinents.  Dated this 28th day of January. A. D. 1004.  apl A.M.WHITESIDE.  MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.        j  " GEOBE" mineral claim: situate in: the Green-  TCOod Mining Division of .Yale District.  Where located: on Horseshoe Mountain, on  Main Kettle river. {   --  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H.' Hallett, as  Aifcnt for James Anderson, Free Miners'  Certificate No. B7S3S9, intend, sixty' days from  the date hereof, to apply tc the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim. ���'���-.- .   .;��� -.^r.'  _ And .further.take^HOtice-.that^actionY-under-  scction 37, must be commenced before tho Issuance, of such Certificate of Improvements.  Hated this 12th day of December,* A." D., 1903.  mch25    ' :-.   I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT-    ;  Certificate of Improvements.  > - notice. ������'��� '-.I.':  Granite Mineral Claim, situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���In Skylark camp, joining  the Smuggler-mineral claim  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for M. H. Kane, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B801T1, and J. B. : Breslauer,  Free Miner's Certificate No.' B 552S6.  Intend, sixty days from tho dale hereof  ���o apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certlfi-  tcate of Improvements, for the purpose of ob-  aiulng a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that section 37, must  be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovemeuts.  Dated this 25th day of January, 10u4, A. D.  apl SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Marshall, Marshall Fraction. Littlb  Annie. UirTLx Bfuv/K Mineral Claims,  situaie In the'Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District. Wliore located���In Greenwood camp,' at the head of. Providence  creek. -  TAKE NOTICE that T, Sydney M.! John-ion.  acting as agent for James NIcNultv, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS517], John Bresnaban,  Free Miner's Certificate Nu. Bs020S, Danlc:  Bresnaban, Free Miner's Certificate"Vn. B55170.  and Thomas Clark, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B55299. intend, sixtv days from the date hereof, to apply to the. Mining recorder for Cert-,  ficates of Improvements, for the purpese of obtaining Crown Grants of .the above claims.  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, mnst be commenced before the issuance of cuch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of January, A. D. 1904.  apl SYDNEY M. JOHN'SON.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO DAVIi  BEATH. HENRY SHIELDS, or  to any parson or persons to whom they may  have   transferred    their   interest   in    the  Paymaster   mineral   claim,  situate in the  Greenwood Mininp Division of Yale district.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  the sum oi ;1>J0 for surveying the above mentioned claim and $2.50 for recording the same  for an assessment, such belnt'   required and  necessary to hold the said claim for the year  ending October 11,1903, under the provision of  the Mineral Act and Amending Acts; and if at  the expiration of nnety days from the dale of  the  first  publication   of  this  notice   iu    the  Boundary Crick Times, you fail or refuse lo  contribute your   portion  of sucli  expenditure,  namety, 551.25. together with all costs of adver-  lisinc.  your interests  in   said   mineral claim  shall becoce   invested   in  me (your co-owner)  upon filing in the proper office in that behalf  the affidavit rtr-rjuircd bv section 4 of the Mineral  Act Amendment Act. 1W0."  Dated this 25th day of January, 1904.  ap22 HOUHRT 'V  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCWW  A PIPE  CINCH  Not a lead pipe cinch;   but we have *. o  cinch  oh smokers' utensils in   Green- '���  wood camp.   We carry every kind, from ��  the high-priced Meerchaum to the low ,  priced clay dab.   Also the finest "Ti.r.;. O  of   Smoking and  Chewing  Tobaccos. -,;  CIGARS  TO BURN  ���0  ....                                              -   - w  Full  line of   the   best  Imported   and r,  Domestic Cigars.   Try'em before they '-'"  go  np  iu  smoke.    We   do   not  carry ��  smokeless cigars.   Drop in and see us. <;  H,A.klNG&C��  Smokers' Outfitters  Copper St.,  GREENWOOD o  <;  OtfOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOU  I        BICYCLE" AND  I   MACHINE REPAIRS.  |: SKATES SHARPENED.  I PAINTING AND.  SIGN WORK. $  ! Copper St.    Greenwood, |  ���!���.' v  0<>0<>0<><>Op<>0<>��CK><K><K>0<>0-CK><H  ^HAVJNG^DDEIlLA^.i^^^^^-C  TINSHOP  To my Plumbing Establishment. ��;  am prepared to do all kinds of      q  TINSMITHIISG AT O  SHORTEST NOTICE. ��  Furnace   Grates  and   Stove  Retail's  i  <���  <  <<  c  The    Most   Complete   Stock   in   (  the Boundary. ',  Phone 38      Hadon-FIoud Block. O  000000000000<X>0<XX)OOOOOOOC-  E W, BISHOP  EAGLE   HALL  Recently renovated and  refurnished, maj- be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :     ���  C. W. WILSON,   Secretary  Spokane Falls & Northern itailway C(  Nelson & Fort Sfteppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & N. Co.  ROBERT WOOD.  The only all rail route between j>oin t.-��  east, ivest and south to Rossland Nel  sou, Grand Forks ami Republic. Con  nects at Spokane with the Great Xoi  them, Northern Pacific and O. K. ,ll  N. Co., for points east, v.cot am  south; connects at Kosslaud and K'el  son with the Canadian Pacitic Ky.  Connects at  Nelson   with  the K. K  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S.  points  Connects  at Curlew with  stage fo:  Greenwood and Midway. B. C.  Buffet  cars  run  on   trains bctweei.  Spokane and Republic.  Leave Arkivl  9:25 a. m. Spokane        5:45 p. m  ���10:15 a. in. Rossland       5:10 p. in  7:00 a. m. Nelson S:00 p. ni  11:00 a. m.   (Millers, Grand    4:00 p. n  Forks)  9.'5 a. m.     ,     Republic      5:40 p. a.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  Spokaae, Wa��fc. ��� "A, ���  apilS iSffigQ/i'J- ������-. -i %JkXl 'A !.TOil    3 HT  -OOOO OOO O00<>0 OOO-O <KWKKH>0-0 O  I LOCAL   EXTRACT I  i KXHJOOOOOOOOCKKXHKXXKi OOOOO  Miners' Hniuii dmwc on Keuruary 15.  R. ti. Sidley, .1.1'. of Sidley, was iti  .he city lliis ��-#>vk.  Bkik Wilson, of P. Burns & Co., was  in the city lus>t week. .,.-....     , -  It is t'ppi.iiiei'1 thai" smallpox'-'has  igitin broken out in Republic. ;   I ���  Fred Clarke of Clarke ���&. sons, Grand  forks, was in the city lliis-week.    '   '���  A, U. Sherry, of Spokane, paid  ���Sreeuwood ii business vishlant week.  j. Whiteariv representing.' M.'iao'ii it  iiisch pianos WnH.iii ilie i-.ity thio wtf.tjk.;  Phoenix ilclVati-d the kosslnnd  hockey te.'im at. Pheonix on- Tuesday  evening. Z.L;'' ...������������ ~~  Tlie mayor of.Grand Forks is....put.  -.rith his hammer in the iiilerosfs of  economy.  '" .*--���'..���   H. T. Csperly. the well-known Va-n--  couver Insurance man, was m the city  :his week.  A. McQueen, traveller for the Inland Cigar Factory, Kamloops, was in  Uie city this 'week.^.J'"~ji/ij.-|'' ')  Born���On December 22nd at   Bound  a.ry Falls B. C, to'Tvlr ''and MiW'Karry:  /S'outhier, a daughter. -      .".......','."  J. Peck McSwaiti'e; poet', philosopher'  and newspaper ni'ari'j1jieftrto-day on ai  Holiday trip for Nelson.  Joseph Otielle, Pi Genelle and-J.  ;.<.'j!':"-'��- ' ��� .1 ix~x      .i.*1J;.l: *xJ,A.�� -   -' ���   " '  o-c-cj o.c^-oooooo {���>���:��� ���-  !  .Billing's of the Yaie-GoiiirrilJW lWniber-  Oo., wpre in tlie,city.iasc,.week.  J. S.'Birnie sV�� ev-iliiiiy Vas"tir e-  se:ited with a past master's jewel by  rnem'bers.nf the -Greenwood<��� lodge,"'A':1  '.���'. & a m.      ��� ':������   '���'���';. ���'���";'' ''���;_ L\:;: ;y  A. E. Bruithwartc! .from tlie. hcar-t-of-  liruee, arrived in the-city last week tfr  ������ccept u-.-'posiiioVM.Vitl'i -*��� tl'ii- 3Hiihfe!r-K  Xeudrick Co.   - ���������*t-A)]?-A'Ai ' ?:���,!}���: \)TtZ-  The atiii'iianct:M at > the Greenwood  ; iblic school is.now. about... 100., .Jl,,is,  ��.' -pectcd that an additional teacher will  :..tve to b�� secured at aa early date;."  'There, is  n.ptUiiiij..ti.(;vv,-,to^repprt;.i3.  c  siiiectioii with the  proposed  amalyit-  nrttion of thi.  j' ��� rty an  I', iny.:  Mr. and iSfrk. (  ���M |rJf4th,'",DiU, Wnrretl,. McKenzie  H&itrisgandi! Swayne chain piciiieel ��� the  cat'se tif the married men. It wasn't  anc^hibitioi! of fust hookey but it  afl'.Tded cunsiderablr .iinlist-ment for  ,thc spectators.  A. S. -yJ'hoinas expects to have hi&  new dru^ store in running' order by the  15th- ins* 'The ground fl.ior of the  Larkiti's blo:k is beiiijj handsomely  fitted up and a larye and well' assorted  :titock.l.s 'arriving daily. Mi'. !Thomas  has secured the services of tl. 1Q. Kid-  ridge lute of Geo. R. Marshall & .company Toronto. Mr Eldridge is an experienced pliamacist. .Mr, Thomas iu-  teiiils^nn'iimiiig his Midway business.  Kc-acler-i of the Tiinesshould read his  aiiuomiveni,ei)t in nest we.ek's issue.  Tli  jhoi'Uy  for-.;tht'  statement  that  F. J  Ijie Late Whitapr Wright.  ^Vlittaker'AVright'ina tiii sensatioiiul  exit,   entirely in    hitrniony-^Vith    the  .���'"^"i^'ot'was.'ai)'  Spokesman- He viow  is  the   aii  Dp rn i ni-uri   (*o ppe r..�� cp'ii^-  the Nfoiiti-eal���& libstaii;��� con}';!  ii  Hf ���  I. "��� Arthurr; Keru'lell r^-H  iriie<!-'Thursday evening from their  oneymoon , tj'ip'j .to   Sji'o'Aan'e.j ij^Mrs.  Sendell will bt  instant.  home after the fifteenth  i     ,'.:'������      ..;.���',' :'. t. i :./ .CI. i,Ii.  C. A. Desbrisay,  right-of-way agent  tor the Great NorthernJ-:was i$3f?e^ijj:s��  this week,     lie hasn't yet bo.ught^iUl,  .i��.i irscR.-.     nc  riasn t   yet .OOllght-iUl,  ���.he right of way between '--Midway1 Add  Green wood.  '���''��� V\r    '/'ff!^  On applicatioii of the Bank of Montreal, judgement creditors;- the  sale of  the Winnipeg mine,.to satisfy meclian-  . *   - .' ;.-'  i ��� .'     ;;i:l (jll  les' leics, has  been- 'indefinitely: postponed, by order of the Supreme Court,  The regular meetingbf.-th'e city council was held Monday evening, when  Dnly routine busings-..was-.transacted.,  A.  special   meeting  wiU, be  held  this,  [Friday) evening to consider estimates  ^^foMhc^year.^--��� ���-f^f^p----'--"- -���- ---������������  ���   ;; :.-C.rli I    ���-���-  The dance at  the  Deadwood  school  house last   Friday'.'night';vvas;a' hiige:  success.    Upwarris' rif 75 ' couples u\Wre  present, and all had  The proceeds of --th  of a school library  The New York Daily ^Netys.savs'pf  "What Happenert^to'Jones'':'"���"��� "Tlirec  acts richer in humerous quips, ,coini-  cal situations and ludicrous .episodes,  would be hard to cull from the lists of  modem farce comedy."  It is expected that the Legislature  will be prorogued next .week, without  the introduction of any railway legislai-'  tion. McBriJe has been makiiig1mftny  promises but it is not likely; that lie  will be able to deliver election goods, i  Jas. Lawrence, the Nelson   inanagPr'  for J. H.   Ashdowne & 'company,' has i  lit'fii recently promoted to the manage ;  ment   of   the   Calgary   branch.-Mr. '���  Lawronce is well known in the Bound-  i  iry aiifl his iii.inv friends are  iiongrat-,,  (iEtoucau:, ^formerly, manager of the  Bank of Montreal, here, and novy manager at Spokane is ' engaged to' Miss  Gertrude Sweeney-eldest"--daught>r of  Chris Sweeney, the millionaire mining  niaiiV1- MrTFimicahe is at" preseiTOTi  New York "where' Mrs: and Mibs  Sweeney iare;' spending^ the; ^wuitej  Mr. Fiiiitcaqe was jnan'ager %<yi. the  Bank of Montreal here for three 'years.  He has many friends.*here.who are ex-  '> ,. >ri''���'   '������' -t  trading congratulations.  -'I ' ;;   - -i .   .-'! r,.=; ;.  Manager Walker,1 of Winnipeg, who  is'directing the tour ,of_t.bat eminent  Canadian actor, Mr. Harold Nelson,  has' arrangedHvith a ifinccompanj of  cb'medians to tour V/estern Canada under his -management.' ' The' plk'y selected is George Broadhurst's pec uliar  colmedy^v'Wliat Happened to Joties,"  vyhich is, ;a.| laughing |hit,,in . ,alli (thei  la:rge cities of the English-speaking  w.orld. >[T,l)tf..play.(Will���, Ibe ad.mirably  staged, and Vyill be a revelation in the  way of! a'' c'oined.y presentation after  the!ordinary companies we have had  ..T^tie date arranged for���'What Happened to Jones" is Tuesday, Feb. 9th  v.> i * .~--~*i g***^       ;. --. <*'���;  !'.   -' -'"���, /m%.    "  r^jrebr'F. .-.Doiighertyj' fl'nanciaf^aacre  tary of the Green wood..Miners''-Union  and secretary of Dislnet Union, No. 6  Iftft! last week.for parts unknown. \n  examirtirtioh"rif the books of file Green  Union tevealetl a considerable shoit  .ag.e, It is not yet known how the  bQoks of the district union'staiid. 3V'r  D6tighert��:w,as secretary of the^Grfeen-  w]^od-union for sometime. He was  also president', of the ^district; association a!t',ihe; tiipe ottheFerriiestriike and  cajne'ihtd^coii'siderable'vpromitibric e in  cojinectioniiwith the settlement of that  diificuily,,'1'^/I'��,is tindjrstpod; tliat he was  gipabli'tV^pretty heavily''recently and  thfttthisiirresponsible 'for -the" short-  v.. -,-.j -tr.j   rj'ioii      ^."-.ii.'uii ;rr..'.-  r-A.   --'.\:u  agfes. ���  ..^ij:.,!,..,     .,-,���; V,.,.r.  :���"-���.: -i n  -,J, ' .I-IM'��   ���'.;..       .-M.'.:M'!-.t {���.    -.-I'   ;!������������" -  '^ld..Kia'rinetli'McKenzie met with a  tseHpus accident Tuesday morning at  tire Greenwood smelter. He was.vyork-  irfg on the converter building arid when  thfe acciderjti.o.ccnrredfsihe? was standing  oiijl a' ladder, about sixteen, feet from  ���th'S ground. The little engine wich is  used for dumping the slag,came around  the co'rrie'r of the building with.out'- Mr  McKenzie hearing its approach';'-The  dnyer.believed that the..,engine --.would  clear'the*;l'a'dder'and','did i.io.t stop,_'.'���-The  engine caught the foot of the''ladder  how!ever,;aud,Mr. McKenuie-ftU heav  iJy.UstriklngJrsome^pla;nks,r;.^ was  taken.;tp his homeland Dr. ^'Oppenheimer found that'in addition to some  baajbruises a bone in the leg near tbe  hip was fractured-;-.?Mr..' iMcKenzie is  ad a- splendid time. | suffering considerable.^ain and.a^, ^he  he 'ball we're1 in aid I fracture is'in'a"bad place,'it will be  ���'���       :'        ~   ������     ���<������>>���aii time before he is about again.  or   .,   .��� ,_  ch,aractet".,i iJ^thc; mar  finiliish'mnii lior^n, wh<>���.���iifi'ei s-xne'ex-  per eiice of the West ot .Aiu-rica, was  engaged, in prouibHug 'o/iuipanie's.. in  Plii'tadelphia and afterwards -fonud  fuller"scope for his labors in London.  Heifbse .upon tli��','e.rest ! of the gold  mining bnoni i���: W'estfrn Australia.'  His acliemi. of promo ring was sample.  It was first to capitalize - the value of  supposed value of a ..niinv. uiid.th.en to  c'apltali.'.e: the ,promoters,/, profits in a  trust or fint nee company- and then  prpcee,d ,o,, use, the; trust, pr, ti nance  compahy-s; funds for 'the 'purpose-of;  i iggin'g" the " market anil inflating  worthless shares When he ran out of  shares to inflate he created jnore, and  when he ran out of funds to inflate  them with he piomoted another finance  corporation There is only one mine  ���iif-the.'world "that could yield'dividends  upon such operations. That mine is a  large population of greedj stock  gamblers. His whole proceedings  were monstrpus, not alone the infractions of the law by ,\vhich he eiu1ea\or-  ed to keep the balloon1 afloat, It was  only for the latter he was punished,  however There was a certain justice  in his complaint that he should receive  seven years' 'penal servitude for in  fractions of the criminals law and that  every o connectsd with  opera  tious in trcuisetve* and from the be  gtnning a travesty ot right principles  shonld escape ; Whitaker Wright said  he had done nothing that was not done  every day in the city of London Is  that true? It is true and it it, not due  Modern speculative finance has des  troyed bnsiuesg n^oralityf(.?'Bu* all do  not engage m ^mqdern speculative  finance. There is.also-a certain courage in hu suicide (for suicide no doubt  it was) He carried some secret instrument of death, like the heroes of a  certain ,tvpe of romances, is ' well  founaed anticipation d'i a tragic end.  When it came he -crossed ovdr'to the  other side wuhout mak ng any bones  about it Wright was a picturesque  financial * brigand He woie his  plundei so aajto ciazzle the eye^Jand  irtoxicate th"e minds of;the multitude  Bnt he was a brigand, md neither in  his manner of life nor in his death wa*  there anything to admire His grand  eur was tawdty and deeply stained,  and no false sympathy tneqd be wasted  upon linn. He was pioduct of our n.gS)  but lot one for it to be proud ot ������ Victoria Truth  .v:u,:���j..i  xrrr.  J.  ;      PROVINCIAL  %     ASSAYER  ;:':;: ', 'SheMis?       ^   ^"'  'Successor   to    Waltet-Q !��".-  Segsworth  i Control Assays a Scecialty  OreSiiiDinents^OrLpcal Smelters Carefully Attended to.,  ���i-;ja^jgij^tuii���..4Uiii^jiu^^  f*fIc-y/ii /i:s'iJ6!!���-  Just for a JChMge  Kti.GU  Soiiie}LaR6 IWinnipeg  ��  O  ,1,  ��  ���r-flt-  . *'  BOUNOARV   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38,1.0.0. F.  Meets every iTuesd'ay Evehlutf iit SOO Iii' the  I.. 0. O.', P. Hall.i.uA. cordial Tuvl trttlou l�� ex  tended to al] sojourning bretbem.  E. Kovi.k Smith, Frep B. Holmks.  N. G.     . Rec-Sec.  ^jfe?-&6-e'&��'^6-e&&6-56-5��*��*6'fc*,  Blank Books  &  &  Ledgers  journals  Cash Books '  Minute Books. Etc:,  t Office and Pocket Diaiies for 1904  jk      A complete line of office requis-  Hi  ites always in stock.  COLES .,&��FRifJi,|  SucceeEor'to J   I, Coles  Books.1 Stationery. Office Supplies, Etc  1     WANTED AT ONCE.  Experienced   teacher    for    assisted  school at Boundary Falls     Appl} to  E  O   L,E\\jfa,  1 Sei.'> School Trustees  OPERA  HOUSE  th.  JUST 0^�� MPT.,....,  Sore and swollen joints, shaip, shooting pains, torturing- muscles, no rest,  no sleep���that nieatifa "rheumatism. It  is a stubborn disease1 to tight, but  Ghamberlain's Pain Balm has conquered it thousands of times One application gives relief. Try it J E,  White Greenwood and A F Thomas  Midway s��ll it - ��� ~  .ilatwiH him in his  motion.  we 1   desep/ed :ptio>  ''You" will.1 Jatig-b   til]  the  riiu down  vour clreeks."^  ,.. York Journal.,  .tears  -New  riiuilli Cnriis, ni an aging-;: director- of '  the Denoro Mines.Ltd. .wasin the. city !  this week.    Mr. Curtis is  well   pleased ;  with the recent contract made with the ���  Granby i-ompany.    The deal will place i '  the rii.-iioro company on a dividend pay- \..  inir basis, as all  the  old   indebtedness '������  will be paid  off and   there   is  a  good  :nargin   of  profit   on   the treatment of j,.  the ort'. '  The special Boundary number of the '���  Phoenix Pioneer has just been issued. ���  The number in matter and illustrations :  well de-irribes th(? mafftiificent mineral .  /esourccs of ihe Boundary. Those i  seeking inform;ilion and those desirous \  ���A telling tbe .^tory of the mining de i  ���^elopment in this district car; find:  no better medium than this special!  number.  .The bachelors and the benedicts met  at the skating riufc.fon UVduesday ���  night in friendly contest. Hockey was .  .he game and the benedicts of course ���  ���tod. Tbe bachelors were represented ]  :..y Messrs. Stowe, Logan, McCreath,:  Tiallitt Stelte aud Steer while Messrs. j  Gained Forty Ppunds in Thirty Bays  i  For several niontht. our >ounger  brother had b^en tronblfed with indigestion. He tried sever.il -remedies  but got no benefit frpmthen).,, We purchased some of Chamberlain's, Stomach  and I/iver.Tablels>an'di'hfc!commenced  taking them Iuside of thirty davs he  had gained thirty pound? in flesn.  He ib nov^ fully lecovered���Hoit.fy  Bros , Merchants, Long Branch, Mo.  For sale by J L White Greenwood ind  A. F. Thomas Midway  Notice: '  In re Lot 1012, Group 0110, Oftoo.vooe Division,  Yale'Ulstriot,  Whereag pruot of loht. od certificate of title  No. 2Hla leiiitut In tlio names of Robert Wood  ann Clmrles Soott Galloway hn�� been filed in  the office.  Notice iu hereby.g-lveil- that -I shall'.it the o.\>  firat-oii of one mouth from the date oi the first  useition hereof, la^ne a duplicate of the said  certiiicate,'. unless, In the meantime,' val:d .1b-  jectlon bti made tome in writlutf  XV EI.Edmomis  Distriel RcxiHtrai  Land Reslstrv OHii e  "��� .Kamloops, U C . I'l-luiiaif 1st, 19(H  ^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKOOOOOOOOCvb  THE  NEW,  LEAP  r /  The first of' evef,  yctr  we  v  make a resolution.    It   ta  a(  lesolve to make oitr Drug  Store in all of its dep^rt-  nj��.ii*s bette? tthan ever, before. It is our intention tt>  make the year 1904 mark  another onward step in our  business career. We shall  continue out high standard  of iqnalftyjin every line, i We  shall aim to.make.our service, the,best possible in,&aif  ing for your Drugstore needs  J. L. WHITE  VI vviitVuuw  11  S.BARRY YUILL  u     !    VV  ��*x     'l     Sir- r  \  Hit.  OPEN, DAY A1HD NIGHT��*  A   B  i*  1 t    i\     i l-t I  MBAHS'AT AUl  HOURS  PRIVA.TK  ROOMS FOR   LAD3ES.  IK  ; rif-jn  ���^  Ji .1  'VtoW  ���:'cs?iri  roiii i i'  ���mmu i tJi ; bar jnici!  THY' 6UR1 COFJT.EB  qjarks R. Vittocqrz. -^sgr-  PRACTICAL     i WATCHMAKER      ANB  ' i  " jEWEU-KK.  All woik guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  A Hiliarlous Sufficiency i    '���  WHAT HAPPENED:    ;  TO JONES"  By Geo. W. Ilroailhurst uutbor of  ���'Why Smith 'Left Howie"' ''The  Wrong Mr. Wright," elc.  A LONDON AND NEW .YORK SUCCESS.  Interpreted by a company of of met ro-  polilan players, under the man^ije-  ment of Air. C P.'Walker'.'of -*he  Winnipeg and allied theatres.  I SAVE   MONEY |  I And How To Do It I  WRPETS, f  COPPER. STREET,  linoleums! etc  i      j i        !      "1  t F\3i'T  y&ti&sftim  ���   ,   ��� ��� ' '       I       t>r   I    lu     i>      s   TlUltlll ihtT ^ *  w  Head Office'  ��� ��������������� ><������ ..i. = ...,.'.. tn...n g   ���'' '"'���"''��� |V:*y.:^;      *    I  i hmm  .^1  V4    ft'  We  receive  subscriptions  for  any MagazXSK   or  Paa3er at publishers' price;'.,  For  instance:   Tbu;.  wish to subscribe for Munseyfs Magaj{itie.'   It costs...  ; yon ?1, express1 order 5c, ^postage stamp 2c, writing  ' material and the trouble of writing. -Leave vour  order with us and it costs joii $1."  Ybii save "7c ml''"  cash,   writing  material,   aiid  all the trpuble/of  writing the letter.    Any book not iu stock we procure at publisher's price.   . '.';; .''-,-.     -:���;-,.:���.V,,:,';, �����  o  ;5  ��  *  6  H  *  ��  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  'OS.  [i   !  MINING'  PROPERTIES!  I U u-'���'*���  tf  n i-'i'i r r ������  ��  ��  ��  p^1i)iM��^IT^l?OT;'  ��.  .  - .���.���n.���...'oii!    ������''"' ���'���''"  ;J'':,i '������'"'>����������>���%  ������ftft����#��ft9fta��s4��^tfft��ft0tt��aftaft����ftft��ft��ftftftftft��ftft����(^>��9����a(  CHASEU  4  I  .ST'        �� r ,  3H0ICEST BR  WINES,  LIQUORS" A|p ;dQARS  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  Prfeeft $1.00 ami 75c  mith & MM^ail^j 1  -,-i. .,  ,.: .^.-fi-s-i.-ii- -i.-|iv<6'[-,i������  ^ Books. Wall jpasar. Photoi.Snjwli^f'McA��"^'';1!:;-^.'''.^  g Copper Street, - GREENWOOD, B.C.   3  1 , Sole Bdutf^ary^Agetrtsi lick. I '��� '��� '���    J J ;: a. '-. V-  fabst Brewing Co's CeleWed?Milwaukee liage?^ Beer  Also Manufacturers of .all. kinds of;CafHnated Beyera^es �� l*"Ti.


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