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 J  \r  Vol.-10:  greenwood; b. c. Friday, perbuary2l, 1902.  No. 24.  4  Aaolber Smelter tor Greenwood���The Sunset  People   to   be  iit the  Smeltlne Soon.  Boundaiy Creek tbe Place.  The report is current and presumably well founded that the Sunset  people have bought the Pyritic smelter  just below town. The Pyritic smelter  was a. premature affair and has never  been, blown in. It was faulty moreover And' practical men found it out.  That can all be readily changed if the  Sunset people have it, because they  have or will have men that will convert  it iit every particular into a most  modern, practical smelting plant and  they have the ore to supply it to its  fullest capacity from the day its furnace^ axe lighted.  We congratulate the Sunset people  .on their past success and we prophesy  all "kinds of good things for their  future. After years of patient development -when others have suspended  operations, confident in their possessions and endowed with the gift of  steadfast earnestness, the Sunset  owners have reached the place where  the condition of their property demanded a. smelter at>l�� to handle 300 tons  daily at least, and if in pursuance of  their progressive policy tliev have purchased the Pyritic plant, it has only  been after carefuL examination and  decis-ion that Lt was admirably located  and fitted for their purpose. .  Tilt Sunset property adjoins the  -Mother Lode and is its twin. Lying on  the Deadwood spur of" the C. P. R.,  and a little nearer town than the  Mother Lode, this property has all the  advantages' of location" and shipping  facility possessed 1>y the pioneer shipper of the camp.  It speaks \felT"1��6r' the luiure of  Greenwood when -\ve see these properties in^successLon reach the point  where their  magnificent proportions  demand their own smelting plants.  Nobody willing to Iprove his property  has drawn a blank yet in Boundary  Creek mining.  .Well officered, well managed, well  equipped the Sunset's future career has  all the elements of assurance. Thus  it is that Greenwood's pay roll grows  and thus it is that the courageous  capital of the eastern owners will soon  be getting Sunset dividends.  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Company.  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Company  held their first annual meeting ou  Monday last. The report submitted  showed the business to be in a very  prosperous condition, the vcar's sales  having reached a big total and the net  profits a handsome figure.  The stockholders present were more  than gratified, even surprised at the  showing made. The officers elected  for the current year were : President^  Duucan Mcintosh; vice-president, Jas.  A. Russell; manager, W. M. Law;  secy-treasurer, W. M. Law; directors,  J. J. Caulfield, Thos. J. Hardy and  Sydney M. Johnston.  Greenwood is naturally proud of the  big brick block, the fine fellows in  control and the flourishing business  carried on by the firm with the long  name.  Apology-  The acting editor made the promise  in last week's paper that hereafter the  Times should be printed on' better  paper. We regret to say that another  stock of inferior paper has arrived and  must needs be used until it can be displaced by a fresh order. It may be the  thought of our purchasing agent on  the coast thattheonly way to get grey  matter into the Times is through the  quality of'stock used, but we differ.  We propose as soon as possible to have  good paper and will take chances on  the mattei. The shortage of gray-  matter of the brain is not atjthis end of  the line, While' the writer is worrying  here he hopes the proprietor- of the  Times is having a good time down on  the coast where this stuff comes from.  $4000 in Prizes $4000  KODAKS  And Supplies.  Ste;p into our Kodak department  and hear about t lie progress com-  petitton. $4000 in prizes offered.  Yati have 300 chances to get a  prize ranging from $5 to S150.  Oar dark room -is at YOUR service, anybody using the supplies  we handle can compete.  Assay &Che-  ipply Co.   A  Large stock to meet  demands of mining co's carried.  J. L. WHITE  Successor to Miller Bros.  Dispensing Chemist, Greenwood  ��:��k<<">^��<S"X*xmX'<��^m&>xmX'"  The New Game���very  popular wherever introduced.  Also extra raquets and  balls will arrive very  shortly.        " _~-  V   OUR LINK OK  Haster  is simply grand. Call  and -=ec thcni. , They  will interest you.  'Smith k McRa  ,   Hooks,   Paper,   Office   Supplies,   Wall  Paper, Piioto Supplies,  *  ��  *  ��� Amateur Photogiaphers.  Hr  Bring your films- and plates  to a  ��'.'.'.    .     ���   J. L- COLES |  *   Developing, priming and mount- jjj  %    -f ���       ' ingSl-00 a. dozen. ��  a . "      ��� *  -��   :  Unmounted 65 ���cents a dozen. ��  �����'���'.��� T a  -a -���-.������                                          -a  a        ,    TOni-lr nh-irtfo fircf-.rl-ass. a  a;  a  Work strictly first-class.  ��...*..  3  Always  in. stock a full line of  5 amateur photographic  a   '    . supplies  a  ��  a  a  a  a  a  Cr  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  aao-5SBaaa*a*a-ea-��aaa#aaaaaaa  a -  a  a  a  % E. gofes,  a  a  Books,   Stationery,   Office  a  a  Supplies, etc.  a <$a��*a paaaaaao  a  a  a*��a#��!aaae!  !H. A. RING & CO.  must  reduce their  large  stock   of  OFFICE SUNDRIES.  They offer Brrgaitis  ���in���  I Shannon Files,  Blank Books.  Inks of all Kinds,  Typewriter Paper,  Writing Materals.  aaaaaa#a*a***aa#a*a��a��aa��a  lines.' Aided by the darkness and the  confusion a few of them, among whom  ���was the wily Dewit, made good iheir  escapc. The battle of 'Helibroa was  i unique in the annals of war.  Vancouver People Smell Something food in Vice  Presidents   Visit���Plans Slowly Maturing  They Brtieve.  Since the decision of the city council's railway committee that the city  had no power to deal with the application for perpetual rights of False creek  foreshore flats tor railway purposes in  connection with thy entrance of the  Great Northern into tin-; city, no further action has been taken towards for-  niulatiiig a new proposition., It i.s not  known whether the local promoters of  the railway branch into Vancouver  will take their application to Ottawa or  if some oilier arrangement will be made  for yards and term ma! facilities. It is  probable, however, chat as soon as  word is received by the local promoters  from headquarters a further consnlta-  tio' va -II be had with the council on  tlu -:ioject of its position and what  endorsement the city U prepared to  give tlie plans of the company.  The railway question has taken secondary interest during the last few  days to that of the ferry across fhe  Gulf, arrangements ��� for which are in  the hands of Capt. S.-T. McKenzie. It  is said that important developments  are about to be made in connection  with the buiness of tlie line down the  river from SouthWestminster to Ladner, and by ferry from theie to Vancouver Island.  The Great Northern people are taking a decided interest Lu Vancouver.  It is notgenerally known that Mr. J.  N. Hill, assistant mansger and second  vice-president of the road, when on - hi*  last western trip, about a month;ago,  came to Vancouver and spent the evening here. He came l>y the Canadian  Pacific from 'VeatHe, ii��j<'. arrived here  in the evening.- The same night, in  company with ^r- Hendry, Mr. Alexander and other officials of the Hastings mill, Mr. Hill looked over the mill  property in detail by lanterns and made  a careful general inspection of the  waterfrount. Nest morning he went  to Westminister, and from there'went  south on a special .train.���Vancouver  Province. '  Nationalize the Railways.  In the House of Commons the other  da��y. the control of Canada's railways,  by foreign corporations came up in  two ways. , '' ;  '.  ~" The member" for ;��ast, York, in a  speech meaty with tlie doctrine of the  natiomlization of rail-ways, stated thai  he believed the C. P. R. was practically  owned by the Morgans a.nd the Hills,  even as tlie Canada Atlantic was b}r  Vanderbilts. The G. T.'R., would be  the next to go, This railway absorption was the newest United States  mode of annexation.   .;'."���'  Henri Rourassa pres-eiited the following amendment to the address : That  the time has come wlien a railway,  policy at:ould he framed by which tilt  people of this country could expect  some return forthe enormous sacrifices  they have made in order to further the  development of their avenues of trade  and especially to prevent our railway  system from falling under the. control  of foreign railway rorporatious,���Toronto World.  Accident at the Smelter.  H. J. Roman's bruised finger, Albert  White's cut knee and a few broken car  stakes are the only present visible  evidences of the occurence Tuesday  last at the smelter of what might have  beeu a serious accident. Homau and  White were unloading a car of heavy  tinVbers-and'were working in a shallow  pit below a car of lumber they were to  unload. Somewhat careless, doubtless,  they attempted to icmove tlie strikes  when the hitter broke and the lumber  began to unload itself. White decided  that absence of body was bct'Sr than  presence of mind in such a case and  decided to' leave the spot. He got  several feet away but was overtaken  by a slick of timber which just caught  his heel and pitched hi in forward on  some brick.  Ho ma n -was unable to get away but  fortunately fell alongside a piece of  timber which allowed the car load of  material to pass almost harmlessly  -over li is body. Homans was at .work  iisxt morning but White is a little too  sore to restinis.his job for a  few days.  f m  Grade  An Attempt to "Jump" TheV. V. & E  Between Grand Forks And Cascade���The  Latest In Railway Mews.  Prohibition.  The Prohibition Bill as introduced  into the Ontario legislature by Premier  Ross is thus briefly condensed by the  Toronto World :  ROSS I.IQUOR ACT.  In short���It enacts the Manitoba liquor Act. if a referendum affirms.  Referendum���Submitted tothe people  on Oct. .14, 1002.  Majority Needed���The votes in favor  of the Act must exceed one-half of  votes polled at the general election  preceding,  Question on Ballot���Are You in Favor  of Bringing Into Force the Liquor  ~ Act of 1902 ?     '  When Enforced���If the referendum is  carried, the Act goes into force May  1, 1904.  As to compensation���Nothing said.  Its a safe wager that neither party  ���will be satisfied, not even gratified.  Sal Kavoc by Earrhauake and Valcano.  Baku, Russian Trans-Caucasia, Monday, Feb 17,-Details which are slowly  arriving at Baku from  Shamaka show  that 2,000 -persons, mostly women   and  children, perished as  a result of the  ciilliquako last- week,   and  that. 4,000  'houses were destroyed.      '       ^ . ��� ���;_..  ~Tfiirtj"^olir~villagi��  surrounding Shamaka also suffered.  ���' To add to the  terrors of the neighborhood a volcano near the  village of  Maras,   eastward   of   Shamaka.    has  liroken out into active eruption.  A great crevasse has appeared wlien  immense flames aud streams of lava  are being thrown out.  , iTiie course of the river Geonchaika  lias been altered in consequence of its  bed beingdanimed with earth which"  litis been disturbed by the earthquake.  Battalions pi guards aud detachments  of soldiers with tents have been dis-  pntched to Shamaka to aid in the wotk  of rescue; 'Che Red Cross society is  active in alleviating distress.  Pool and Billiard tabic for sale O.  I.  C. Second Hand Store.  TJie Literary.  Tlie British at lldlibron  A' most picturesque and exciling  cngagement took place recently between the English run! Moor forces,  The line of battle extended 50 miles,  and Geu. Kitchener personally directed  operation, A line of block' houses  surrounded the Boers. Armored trains  equipped with search, lights patrolled  the line. The Boers realized that they  were threatened not merely with an  ordinary battle but with complete  aunihilat'on. Thev realized that they  must break throng!', tli'? line at all hazards or their cause ins lost. All  night they waged unequal warfare but  field giitis and pom-poms, with shrapnel shells and maxim bullets were to-o  much for them. Summoning themselves for n last heroic offort a body of  11;cm in one part turrc-unding themselves with their catUe and riding low  in their saddles dashed at the  British  The Literary Society held the regular weeking meeting in the Prcsb}--  torian church on Wednesday evening  last. The regular subject was switched at the last moment and a frce-for-  AII on British Columbia business conditions, the cause and the cure, took  its plate. Several gentlemen engaged  in the discussion and a great variety  of opinions existed. The session was  very interesting however.  At ihe next wcekly& meeting In St.  Juiie's Hall Mr. C. E. Ashcroft will  read a paper on the Maori of New  Zeal .-Mid.  Minliijr Low Grade Ore.  A:i;ong the papers announced to be  t��k1 iiefore the Canadian Mining  In.stitute which is to meet on March  5th. 6th and 7th next, will be one on  "Mtuimiol Mining Low Grade Ore in  Boundary Creek District'', by Mr.  Frederick Keffer of the B. C. Copper  company,  Many miles of railway in the paririe  sections of Canada have been located  over routes where little grading was  necessary but it remained a novelty to  be introduced by the "Hot Air" to locate aline along a route already graded.  But the warm fellows to the east of us  have done that very thing and we are  mistaken if a persistence in their  scheme should not land them in "hot  water" and that at the boiling point.  A brief dispatch received at this office  concerning the same has been confirmed by the following from yesterdays  Rossland Miner:���  Grakd   Forks,   B.   C,   Feb.   19.���  The most sensational feature of the  fight between the V, V. & E., and the  Republic aud Kettle River, or Hot Air  railway, doveloped yesterday, when  the Hot Air people, working on the  conclusion that the V. V. & E., has no  charter, attempted by one of the boldest moves in the history of railroading  to^'jump" the grade of the rival line  between this city and Cascade, IS  miles southeast of here.  Early yesterday morningva party of  Hot Air. surveyors under Assistant  Engineer Mclntyre left the city and  proceeded to survey toward the boundary line at Cascade following the  grade of the V., V. & E., all the way.  Proceeding along the line, upon which  thousands of dollars' worth of work  has been done, the grade being almost  completed, they reached a point some  four m iles from the city, where they  met Engineer W. I. Bassett, of the V.,  V. & E. Mr Bassett asked the object  of the party, and was informed that  they were suryeying-the line to locate.  Mr. Bassett thereupon ordered the  party off the grade, threatening to use  force to remove them if they attempted  to proceed.  Mr. Maclntyre and party then re-  tuned to the city for instructions, but  ���as General Manager Holland and Chief  Engineer J. Manly, of the Hot Air  line were out of the city, no further  move has yet been made.  The a-ttempt to confiscate the grade  has cati sed great excitement here, and  as a result some warm telegrams have  been exchanged. It is understood that  Chief Engineer J. H. Kennedy of the  ^^Xiz��^?5ijJ^.=heen^.2ommug^a.ting^  with the head office of the company at  St. Paul all day, and has also notified  Chief Engineer Manly of the Hot Air  that-if the Republic and Kettle River  company wish information regarding  the grade and measurements of the V.,  "V. & E., line between Grand Forks and  Cascade they can obtain it at the office  of the company in this city, but that  the company will certainly object to  the Hot Air surveying over the grade  and if again attempted force will be  resorted to, if necessary, to prevent it.  The I. 0. 0- F.  The Odd Fellows, seventy strong  held high jinks in their hall Tuesday  evening last. The occasion was a  visit from their brethren the Phoenicians vvlio exemplified the work of the  second degree. The Initiatory]degree  was given by the local lodge. Brethren  Martin, Cook, Horrell, Stevens, Cuth-^,  bcrtson, Douglas, Mead, Scott, Mc-  Dougal, Baker, Roive, McKague, Reid,  Hemmigar, Hodden, Owens and Stevenson formed the Phoenix contingent.  The Mother Lode mine sent down  Elutchens, McKionon, Johnston,  Quinskr, Milde, Fraser and Fraser.",  After the regular, lodge work was  over the party attacked the refreshments with great zest. Coffee and  cake were sandwiched with song and  story and all went home sober and  happy in the small hours of Wednesday  morning but not tilL all had taken the  grip.  NOTICE  Nominations for officers for Greenwood Miner's Union, No. 22, will be  held on Thursday Feb. 20th at Mother  Lode- and on Saturday evening Feb.  22nd at Union Hall, Greenwood,  Election on Saturday evening, March  1st, 199Z. M. Kane, Secy.  i ���v  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  Fresh  White Fish  AT  Only 10 cts. lb.  A. A. CROWSTON'S  ���aim���."' i  and infusing a spirit of brotherhood  and hopefulness among  members of  the newly established family, for the  Dominion was only alive year old' confederation when he became Governor  General. Happily in Canada, as in  Egypt, in India and elsewhere, hia  public administration was marked with  abundant success. A maker for the  peace and the progress of the empire  haspassed away ripe in years, and rich  in the love of the nation.  THE NEW FLAG.  Zbc  Boundary Creek Times  Tssucd ���very Friday  Duncan Ross. Managing Editor.  Columbia Telephone  No. 40.  Vkfnon & Nelson Telephone No. 29.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE,  Per Year S 2 00  Six Months      1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 50  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY  21, 1902.  If you are a subscriber to the Times  please look at the colored label on this  issue of the paper and see if you have  forgotten anything.  GOOD WORDS FOR THE SUNSET.  O. B. Williams of Boston has been  in town a few days looking into the  Sunset property, Mr. Williams' speaks  very highly of. this and expresses surprise at the favorable conditions he  finds there. His opinion is that all  that is necessary to interest lots of  American money in the Boundary is to.  have the truth and no more known.  He believes that copper is destined to  stand at the 14c or ISc mark and that  at that price Boundary mines will be a  good   investment.  ENGLAND���JAPAN.  ��� The alliance formed between England and Japan appears to be receiving  the commendation of the great commercial and peace loving nations.  They see in it no threat of war but  rather that which makes for peace and  commerce. England has long had a  habit of opening doors to the world's  trade and this would on the surface  appear to be in line with her traditional policy. It doubtless will make moreover for-thepeace and integrity" bt'the'  Chinese empire and adjoining regions.  The "United States will naturally  find satisfaction in the treaty as the  integrity of China has been a matter  solicitude with her : or a long time.  Critical comment on the treaty is as a  rule favorable.  THE ASSOCIATED BOARD OF  TRADE  The associated Boards of Trade of  Southern British Columbia will meet  in convention at Kaslo on 26th inst.  Matters of importance are to come before the meeting and delegates- from  Greenwood will attend. This body has  proved itself careful and conscrvalive  in its discussions and recommendations  and its influence on Provincial and  Federal legislation is acknowledged.  Among the matters to be brought before the approaching meeting are  several vital to the welfare of the part  of British Columbia represented and  we are assured they will be discussed  temperately and yet energetically.  The lead industry ofthe Sloean look*  to the convention for all lejotmate influence it may be able to exert in an  effort to have the same placed on a.  stable basis. To that end effort will  be made to have the Dominion Government place a duty on manufactured  lead products equitable with those o*i  similar classes of imported good*.  With this done tke manufacture of red  and white leads and litharge from the  products   of   Briti3h    Columbia   lead  mines ought to be assured. The fuel  supply forthe smelting'sections of the  province will also receive some consideration at the convention and an  appeal will doubtless be made to the  Federal government to do whatever  may he in its power to insure to the  home smelting industry an unfailing  supply of cheap fuel. The low grade  ores demand cheap smelting and cheap  smelting demands chead fuel. The  future of the industry therefore is dependent toa very large degree upon the  transportation and fuel concerns of the  country-. How best the fuel problem  may be safeguarded will presumably be  one of the foremost topics of discussion.  The Coal fields of the country must-not  be administered in a way to jeopardize  the great miuingand smelting industries of the province. The department  of the interior we believe can be relied  upon if properly approached to see that  the trifling one-tenth of   the .Crow's  Nest Coal   fields   not  already   in   the  v  hands of a giant tnoraoply whose stock  is selling at from 360 to 375 today, is so  handled as not to contribute still further to the enrichment of a corporation  Which already has a good thing in its  enormous tract of 600,000 acres of  valuable coal areas.  We clamor for competition in railway and ask that a monopoly therein  shall no longer-exist and that while as  yet the first railway in this district is  scarce paying, and th��n too frequently  view with indifference the threatened  throttling of the very industry that is  our life and that by a concern whose  stock is largely held by those in position to endanger us and already on  such a basis that it commands a premium unapproached hy that of any  Bank or corporation doing business on  the stock exchanges of Canada. If  we are sincere m inviting- competition  in railways we ought to be equally  desirous of seeing" competition in fuel  ^ndif^no.t.competitiou-at.-least-protect--  ion. Every great Mining engineer  or authority who visits the Boundary  country reiterates that tlte key note to  success in smeLting liere is cheap  freights and cheap fuel, and they are  right.- Our freights have cheapened  our fuel has cheapened .and they must  gradually cheapen mores. The greater  exposure to danger is from fuel than  from freight however just now and we  look to see this fact recognised by the  Associated Boards.  The new British Imperial Hag idea  maybe air right, but what we need  most out here in the wilderness is an  improved method of provincial administration. '���  A flag typical of the never sunless  shores of the empire will look all right  doubtless, but conditions under the  flag, and not the flag itself, make for  the happiness and prosperity or otherwise of the people, ' By all means add  new designs to the goid old flag- but  let us renovate conditions under the  flag a little too.  THE MARQUIS OF PUFFERIN.  The pathetic sitfe to the latter d.-ys  of General Grant foitKd parallel in  those of Lord IPiifferhi. After giving  years of faithful effective service to  to his respective country, each found  pain and distress in his closing days  from over trustfulness in hi.s business  associates. In the deatfoof Lord Duf-  ferin the empire loses a fatithful seravnt-  One of the most successful diplomats  and one of the tnost effective public  administrators has passed away and  from Canada to India many hearts are  made sad, o  The Earl's introduction to Canadian  public life was at a most trying time  and a less skilful mam would have  wrought serious havoc. He acted as a  cementing element among the many  ratherincongruous and even discordant  parts of the Dotfiiaion- He mingled  with the people at an opportune time  and in an adroit man tier, inspiring the  despairing, repressing- the overbearing  R. P. Rithet & Co,  LIAUTED  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  ��fc#��SS��#**-��*HK��#####**tjs��W#ft#  DO YOU  ??  TRY  ONE OF MONROE'S  CIGARS.  THE BEST LINES iN  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES  Newspapers,  / Periodicals  Stationery.  A Full Line CWce Candy  H. B- MUNROE  Copper Street.  Greenwood.  ���^a^^-: THE i-^**8-������  i��#->!!S!S#*^��SrS��^ngfins����5^9^����H(e#-*#  Cooper Street.  &b  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, p  MEALS AT AW. HOtTRS  PRIVATE ROOMS  FOE.  LADIES.  TRY OtJR COFF5B  '*.  Cfiartes R. Pittock,  s.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADEFY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  j    POSTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK POR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try.  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  -���-'*��� . < -'  "STRONGEST IN THE WOBLD"  Assets *. . ��304,568,063.49      . Surplus... . $66,137,170.01  ���fl H.ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Buildingf, --    -      Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T. KIPP, Cashier-  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801.  ���v^ v>  ��� ���%*>  %%  %%  The Russell-Law  Co., Ltd.  9  SJt^jt^t&Jt ^ �� jg j* .yi ,���* ,< v* ,.��e jt �� S J&Jfi ���� <*t t< & ** Ji S. & J* Ji J*  ��� '<*&,  fcfc  fc&  fell  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc.  fck'  fcfc  fcfc  Have been too busy to tell you about   *$��  their New Stock     X       X      X   fcfe  They will nest week.   Meantime call   fcfc.  in and look the place over,    X    X   fci  fefc  af jf *? *f af af Jf ��f* af j? ��? *f sf s? s��" up t? & s���� af��? jf sf a? & *? *f jf a^ jf k* ��f  a? a? *? t? af af jf tf af af ^ ��f sf af af af*?af af af a? jf a* af af jf ��r af tP af *? *f  X  ���V-  \ J BosnMEHBa  (1  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT A SHAW,  Bahxisters, Solicitous,  '.-.:,'': 'Notaries Pdbm'c.  Ca"hie Address :   "HA.i.i.Err."  i   At    ".   ���  Cobss  ���) Bedford M'Nftlll's   Qa��eau/ooo,  '��������� ( tieLbeif's, ,  r. H. HALLETT,'        , ..-,.'  s, o.  B. C SHAW.  M��i-EOD & BROWN  Barristers akd Solicitors, ;  ���..';���'       NcitA-RCBs PtlBMC, SIC.  OEBces: MaiML-Floodtoock, Copper street,  .. j ; Greenwood, B.C..  J. R, Bkovtn,   : ...J'. P. McLeod.  CHARLES A��. SHAW,  ClVlX lEiNG-tNgUB,  DOW32TION     AND.    PROVINCIAL  : |      I/A.N��SO��VEtyOH,  GREENWOOO.   ; ' ; r      t      :   B.   6.  BAUER& ASHCROF-T,  Provljclai Laad Surveyors  Mfnlne and Civil Engineering.  Mineral Claims' Surveyed aad Crown Granted  ; Land aa<l-E��irineerlti'g Surveys  *i. a. BAVEff.-c.r.vwt.s^-"' ��i��e. tsifcitorr o.e ip.ls  i. VANOOUVtfl ','l   \- BneEtiWOOD  Wood; Block, nest door   to   Custom ��� office^"  GREENWOOD. B.C.  SOCIETIES.  --'-^^B -BOBKDART VALLEY LODGE  ���'���'���:;:;::No. 38.1.0-0. F.  Meets Wery Tuesday Evening-'at 8.00 in tlieir  lodereroom at Masonic HaU.'   A cordial Invitation Is extended to.all sojcurtiln.fr bretkern.  .Fred B. Holmes-, N.G-,   W. K, Frith, RcO.Seo  EDITORIAL CHAT.  The taxation of mining- properties  and mine outputs will receive some  consideration at the hands of the as-  socia.t Boardsei of Trade. The mining industry 3s willing- to bear its  share of the public burden, but it kicks  at being-mad(tyackhorse for other industries.  We are glad young Teddy Koosevelt  is g-etting- better but we think altogether too mucfo newspaper space was  taken up in men tion of his illness. In  democratic America Teddy, Jr.,  doesn't count for a.ny- more than Terence O'Planigan, at least in theory.  Inspector Wilson speaks very favorably of the work being- dofle in the  Greenwood Public Schools under the  guidance of Mr. Hunter. The inspector is rather reticent however on the  question of school site and new .school  house but -without doubt will work in  harmony with, the school board.  Why shouldn 't the West Forte country  be under the jtirisdictioa of g-overnment ag-ent McM^un. The "West Fork  is much nearer Greenwood than Pair-  view and there -woujd he more likelihood of -some attention being given to  road matters if administered from this  point.- ; "  Copper rules steady at -plying figures for the Boundary smelters and so  they keep the furnaces g-oing and are  making room for more. When the low  price of copper closes the smelters of  the Boundary there will be- a lot of  dead ones elsewhere, that is provided  the cost of fuel is kept right-    *���  The jugglers are at worlc with the  good old prohibition question down in  Ontario now. They have located the  lead and expect to open it up���hy and  by-   .,      "-        ;  We areg-lad to notice that the Grand  Forks Board, of Trade stands on the  fuel question in sympathy with the  attitude assumed by the Greenwood  Board of Trade over two weeks ago.  Early Lu themontli arrangements'vras  made by the Greenwood board for introduction at the associated boards of  a resolution along the lines approved  by the Grand Forks board, and the  programme published by H. V. C.  Jackson, secretary of the associated  boardscontain due notice of same.  A recent convention of about 300  liberals In Victoria, repudiated J the  late Van couver conven tion. Few present were found to vote against this  and fewer still ag-ainst the repudiation  of Martin's leadership.  The Rossland Miner quores Mr. J. B.  McArthur as writing that the New  York correspondent of the Philadelphia Press claims "that Canada is the  promised land for those who seek the  richest return for investments made  with a view to "developing natural  resources.'1  And -now returns are fceg-inriing to  slowly come in regarding-Horsefly and  Thunder Monntaan.   Tbe other side of  the question is "beiaig- told, and doubt  and distrust are fast taking the place  of assurance. These stampedes will  happen thoug-h,    M��u. get wise.slowly  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  In the Mattel ortheestate ��r Charles Wesley  Vedder, late ��f the City of Greenwood in  the Province or British Columbia. Insurance  Aeent, deceased.    -     <  NOTICE IS HEEEBT GIVEN in. pursuance of .the Rulcso* UicRevlseilStaUtes  ot BritlsU Coin labia., W)% Cap. 1S7.. tliat aU  creditors and otlicrit.lia-vinirclalms ag-alnst the  estate ol the said Cliarles Wesley V<l<l<icr, -wlio  diedoti tlie 2Ttb daj of December, A. D.,-1901,  3Te required on or before Ilie 17th (lay o! April,  A. D. 1902, to send bj-post prepaid, or deliver to  the undersigned,solicitors for Mrs, Cora May  Vedder, Administratrix of tire'personal estate  and effketsef tbe said deceas-ed, their christian  names, surnames, addresses and descriptions,  witli full parliculais of -tlieir claims, a statement of their accounts' a.ii.4 die nature of tlie  securities (If any) held bj-them, diilr-verified.  And furtlier take notice that after the said  LTth day of Ajiril A. ��., 1902, thesaid administratrix will-proceed to distribute the assets of  tlie deceased among tlie parties eii titled thereto  having- reg-ard onlyito thecliimsof -\\-lilcli she  shall then ��� liare liad ji��tLi>��,'aiid that tlie said  Administratrix will 3iot be liable for the said  assets or any yart tlicreof to any person or  gersons of whose claims notice shall not have  ecu  received by her, at the time ot such distribution.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 17lli dux of  February, A, D���18(M.  PRING&E ��fc -WHITESIDE,  Solicitors for Cora Mav Vedder,  Administratrix.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS-  in TBe Matter ol the estate of Thomas Wilier,  late of the city of Greenwood 3a tlie Province of British Columbia, capitalist,  deceased.  NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN in pursu  anceof the Rules ol Uie Revised Statutes  of British.' Columbia. L897; ��ai>. 187, lliai all  creditors andotliers hariciff claims against tlie  estate of thesaid Tlioiuas Dflller, who died on  tbeiotli daj-of July, A. D- L90I, are reunited on  or before Uie 17th day of Sf arcli, A. D-, 1902, to  seiid by post, prepaid, or dollv-cred to tlie undersigned, solicitors for Jolui Rae Miller, Administrator of the personal estate and effects oi tlie  said, deceased, tlieir Christian names, surnames  addresses and descriptions, with, full particular of their claims, a statement of tlieir  accounts and the nature of the securities [if  anv) held by them, dub' veriBed.  And further take notice tliat after the said  17th day of)March., A. D. 1993, the said Administrator will-proceed to disiribuU) the assets of  the said deceased, among 'tlte parties entitled  thereto, having- regard only to the claims of  which he sliall then have liad notice, and that  the said Administrator will mot be liable ior the  said assets or any part thereof, to any person  or persons of whose claims notice sliall not  have been received hy liiniat the time of sucli  distribution.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 17 tli day of  Febraary, A, D. 1902.  PRIKG-LE & -WinrESIDE,  Solicitors for JolinEae Miller,  Administrator.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  i  In The Matter of tlie Estate of Luclan redrew,  late of .Anarchist Mountain, In the Province of British Columbia, farmer, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBV <3 LVEH in pursu  ance of the Revised Statutes of JJritish  Columbia, 1897, Cap. 187, that all creditors and  others having-claims airainst the estate of the  said l/ucian.Tedrow who dleD ou the 22nd day  of November, A. D-, 19ol, arc required on or before tlie 17th day of April, A, D., 1902, to send  by post, prepaid, or deliver to the uudersig-iied,  solicitors for William Lawlesi, Administrator  ofthe personal estate and effects of the said  deceased, their Christian names, surnames,  addresses and descriptions-v-ith full particulars  of their claims, a.,statement of their aceourlts  and the nature of the securities, (if auyj held by-  tlicm, duly verified.  And further lalec notice Lliat after the said  17tliday of April, A. D. L902, the said Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of  the deceased among tlie parties entitled thereto,  having regard only to tbe claims of which lie  shall then have .had uotice, and that the said  Administrator will not be liable for��l��esaid  assets, or any part tliereofj to any person or  persons, of-whose claims notice shall not liar*  been receivedl>y him at the time of such distribution.  Da-id at Greenwood, B. C, tliis 17th day ot  February, A.D. 1902.  PRIN(JWi_& W]iITESII>E,___ .  -        " ~ "Solicitors for "William Lawless,  Administrator.  Certificate ol tlie Registration of an  Extra-FipYincial Company.  "COMPANIES ACT, IS97"  T HEREBV CERTIVY' thai "The Waterloo  J. Consolidated. Mining- and Millidfir Company" lias tli Is day been refiisieredasan Extra-  Provincial Company, under Lite "Companies'1  Act, 1897" to carry out or effect all or anv ofthe  objects or the Company to which, the lon-isla-  tive authority of the Legislature of Dtitish  Columbia extends.  The head oflice of the Company is situate in  the City of Spokane, State of Washington, U.  S. A. ,       ��� ,_-���'���  The amount of tlie capital of the Company is  $12S,O0C, divided Into l,2A),0OOshares of 10 cents  each. .     -. ' "���     .     ���'  The head ofiiec of the Company in this Province Is situate at Camp 3IcKinnuy, and Rat-  rick K. Graham, miner, whose addrass is Camp  McKinney aforesaid. Is the attorney fur the  Company.  The time of the existence of the Company is  fifty years.  Given under my hand and seal of oiliee at  Victoria, Province of Uritlsli Columbia, this  10th day of February,one thousand nine hund-  and two.  [us.l S, Y- WOOTTNN,  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  The following are tlie objects for -which the  Com pany has been establ ishecl:  1. To do, transact, carry cui.ard encage in  the business or undertaking's hereinafterennm  erated arid specified within the United States  of America, in the Province of British Columbia, and throughout 'the whole Dominion of  Canada :        '  2. To locate, buy, purchase, acquire, hold,  own, maintain, equip, work, develop, improve,  operate, sell. let, demise, exchange and mort  gage mineral claims, diggings, mines, and  mineral rights of any and every ktniS, uatnreor  description whatsoever :  3. To buy, purchase, hold, own, deal in, sell,  exchang-c and hypothecate metals, ores, uijaer-  als, concentrates and bnllion of every kind,  nature and description :  4. To treat, smelt, mat, mill, stamp and reduce ores, minerals, metals, bullion and con-  -centrates of every kind, character and description :  5. To erect, construct, ma5ntain,'operate,T)u\-  purcliase, acquire, sell, dispose of. lease, let,  exchange and mortgage mills, smelters, concentrators, and any-and all kinds of machinery  aud appliances for the purpose of smcltinif,  matting, concentrating, wording, reducing,  crushing, refining and liaadlliJgores, minerals,  metals aud bullion of alL kinds :  6. To acquire, locate, buy, hold, own, sell,  let, lease, demise, maintain, develop, operate,  distribute,'transmit and furnish water, water  rlglits. water poweT, electric lights, elcctnc  light plants, electric power, steam power, and  ans-and alllcindslof power and. power plants  for itriiijnjf and milling puiposes :   '  1. To purchase, acquire, construct, build,  own, hoi (I, operate, mahi tain, eituip, sell, lease,  dispose of, niortpage, aaid deal rn and with  ditches, 11 il ides, railways, and tramways, both  surface and aerial, for mining and milliiig-  purposes, and for transmitting and- transporting supplies to, and the products of, mines,  mills, smelters,and concentrators; and finally,  tod* any and every thing necessary, proper i��r  convenient In order to have, possess, and enjoy  all andeveryof tlie powers, rights, and privf.-  lefcs hereinset forth,and to fully aud couplet-  ely carry out the said purposes and objects  above specified, 'in tlieir fullest and broadest  sense and meaning-.  Mineral Ad 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IJHPHOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  DON'T KH-ftYY Mlnexal Claim,situated in the  Kettle River Mining-. Division of Yale  Disirl-ct.  Wliere I<��cated ;      Snii th's    camp,    near  Boundary Falls.  TAKE KOTJCE tint we, Geo. JR.. N2deo,  Tree Miner's Certiiicate Wo. 410558, and  Sydney M. Joluison. Free Miner's Certilicaie M"o. SU0B intend sixty-  days from the date hereof to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvement for tlte'purpose of obtaining- a crown  grant for above claim,  And furtlier talte notice that action uuder  cection 37 must lie commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated t1us loth day of February, A. D., 1902.  ^ffiTOoiwm���^  <r="<l  P!  <r*\  6=*\  (F<  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF<  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  5=^  ff��<  GF<  Capital, al J pid ip, $ 12, ��0O,OOO,  $7,000,CO��.  *=2  fed  President:   J,okd Strateico^jL wijra Moout Koval,  V:ice-I'resident:   JIon. O-bocsb A- I&RDMjtOND.  General afauager i   E. S  Ccoosxon.  Branches in Iftiiflon, Eng. u^V^iS.} Sew York,' CMcago.  Buy and seUSterling lix;cliange and Cable Transfer^ ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available iu anypartJollBe world.  Greenwood Branch,     F, J. F1MUCANE, Manager.  K=5>  TimMmmMmmmimMMMmmmmM  Foyal Victoria Gold Mining Company  Limited, Ity.  Notiee is liereby given that a special meeting  ofthe sliiureliolders of tliis Company will be  held at the oflice of the Company, Rendell build-  in),'-, CoppcT street, Greenwood. IS. c. on the 7th  dav of Marcli, A, D. IMa, at the hour of 3 o'clock  in Lite afternooutodiseuss, aud if deemed a<l-  visable, to .-nithorlze tlte sale uf the ' assets of  the Company-  Bated this5fli day of February. A.D. 1Q02.  A. M. WHITESIDE,  22-2& '���. Secretarv.  ^ ,^.�� j�� JB ���� �� g Ji -Jf .$ ���} j�� .J8 -J? ^ ��  -mz-  ��   Corner Copper   ;t.nd  Greenwood *  2 ���      Stwts. fc  % fc  ��4 Steam Heated. ��  tf�� fc  ^ Tlirong-hout. ^  % Rooms 50 Cents sfi  vs . and up. %  �� ��_  2  Fine Assoftineint F  <e Liquors and Cigars. &.  ^ &  | CAMP McKINNEY 1  |     ...HOTEL.,.  �� - Hugh Cameron- :-:-Prop.-  g      Best   Brands  'Wine.sl'lMqnors   and  g;   , Cigars.   Good Stabling.  CAMP McKINNEY- B. C  THE BANK OF-  NortJi America  Esla6Ilstiei.lS3 5.     lacwixxiated fey Royal Charter.  Capital, A606,000"-$4,8 6 6'. 66 6.66  Reserve Fund,'^35O,000-$l,7O3*333.33  BEAD OFFECE:   L0B.B0H, EHGLAHD'.'-  H- STIKEMAN, General Miiiager. Montreal. : '  J��� ELJBSLY, Inscector, Montreal.  Branches and ag-ents in all the   pri mci p.iL cities   of   Canada and the  United States, and cocrespoiitLeiits in alL parts  of tlie-worht.  Greenwood BrancSii'-. W. G. If. BELT, manager.  TBEfAMDlffl-RAM OF COMMERCE  With WIiUcIi ts luce ruaratedittie ':Z"  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON.GEO. A. COX, President-   B; E. WALKER, General Maaartr -  HENRY F. MYHON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  wsmsiyt&vmi  Engineers aai niae  | Superlntetntants will rial  it to their lntft��st to *e-  fer to us -when In needlor  anything in tbe Pump  Hue, We make Pumps of,  every description r��r til  services-  Pump ,Catalogues, and  Specifications "sent  upon  request.   We -manufact-  B ur* also Nortlicy Gasajd  )y Gasoline Eitgine-cheap���  gliandy���safe.     Send ffor  Booklet.    '  'CunlllfeS McMillan,  Agents at Rossland B.C.  Vancouver Engineering  "Works, agents at Vancouver, B. C.  ��s  JR^SSESI^g^lS^tE-KBSHB^gfffpBp^ -  it-     Subv  ^inm���n!wmf!mm??mfj?!!!nmn?mmmm  I59 L<U��j  ��#-  ���MONTREAL, QUEBBG-  MANUFACTCTRE1RS OF  -o*  ROCK DR[LLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  B BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc. coarp-,'ES?^EVa&I,MI!STS '3  j^;     Aeents Fer Tlie ttttlloclt Diamond Drills.  STOCK CARRIED TN ROSSLAND. ������  �� R. A. K. UlcHallv, Rossland, B, ���. 3  Z^inu^u^^^  I iurB- dirteref Bnb  ^      For prices of lots and oiher  ^5      ��nformat��oti address   Greenwood  is the  financial  and commercial centre of -tlie  Boundary Creek District.   Has'tie supply point for tie  inSinfl   in  fhn fi\Ut       Mining-camps.    From'the  citv  roa ds Lea'cl to Greenwood.  lillW   JH llIC lllj.      Deadwood,   Copper,  Sumniit,   Long Lake, Skjiark, White  ��� apd AtAvood, Wellington and -other Boundary Creek camps.  _ Robt.-Wood, of C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood.    |�� THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES!  'V  They Wince  Last -\reek tbe editor ol? the Greenwood Times aJnnost had a hemorrhage  over a news item -which appeared under  a Grand -Forks dale lin��. The item  was perfec-th- LegLlhmite and tlie Times  need nol den/at, : The whole trouble  Lies in the fact that Mr. VV. A Harkiii,  "the Grand Forlis correspondent,  "scooped" th-e Greenwood correspondent in the rate ior aevv.s. The Greenwood correspondent slioukl wake up  once in n wltile,.and not .-illow his fellow-writer, t-\v-'em>'-five miles away,  secure ltis best news items.���Grand  Forks News.,  We do not ki lew whether the Greenwood correspondent was scooped or  not, tiur do we aire, what we criticized  was not that Uit Grand Forks correspondent grotaoane good warm live news  from Green wood but that he sent it  out so disg-tuse-flHiit they wlio are not  on to it would ?C-Htil( the Pyritic smelter  was at Grand Forks. This i.s a habit,  the corres.pond'Citt hus. It is an old  trick. That is- why too it not infrequently happens that a man led to believe there are mines ;it Grand Forks  coming there a.nid finding none is disappointed. Tlae "scoopcr" oujfht to  mark his. ij-ood-s in plain figures we  claim thai U n3L, Bro. Editor. Tbe old  3part;in didn't mind a Utile thiving  hut he did. rn.i iinl exposure. Then it  was lie winced..  FOUND  Our Plioents correspondent reports  that shortly after the \dsit of the coon-  tow a brigade of Greenwood at the  Phoenix carnival, a very larjje pair of  boots with skates attached were, found  up there. As the boots were ni irked  "D. B. Greemraod" he things they  may belong- to some one from liere. If  any GreeaLwood party lost a very Larg-e  pair of toots with skates attached the  night in queslion, he may doubtless  obtain informa.tion rey:.:rc!i!ig-,thesa:ne  by calling- at this offloe and paying for  this notice. It won't appear again.  Rememher tlte mark, "D. B." and  that -,he loots are enormously large.  MIMING NOTES.  The Riunnbler is shipping a car of  htgli gradtore to the smelter.  Rawliidiiig ore from the Rambler,  West Fork, is n<nv in progress. A, G.  Wheatley has the contract.  The Ku1)y as reported as looking  well. "  CariTxxj-McKanney stock is , sliding  down the iaLcliiiKi while Kanibler-Cari-  boo is clintbLng up.  The departure  of Joseph Robillatd  for Trail vnJl be reg-retted try all  those  who appreciated   his   urbanity  while,  serving in the IQKpress department or '  Ihe Ganadia.li Pacafic here.' i  The series'of curling matches car- |  rie<l cm between the presidents and j  vice-presidents rinks ot" the local club, i  terminated Friday evening last. ��� -The I  score for the series stood three in favor  of tlie presidents rinks.  Engineers, Firyjnen, Machinists &  Eletricia ns send ior+l)-page pamphlet  containing Questions asked by exantni  ing board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address, Geo. A-  Zellcr, Publisher. 189 4tli St. St.  Louis, Mo. TJ. S. A,  ISinid     Maxtin     Concert   company,  which        comes       well      recommen- \  ded   will   appear   at   the   Auditorium  Saturday,   March   1st.      Programme  will appear in neit week's .Times.  We wan t 2nd ha ud g-oods.    Ring-  up  106 A. L. White 2nd Hand company.  Settling the Canadian West.  ffi*5 &3r$#����<��:!H}H:r-;*!��*fc*iS��*Kf #��#��* ' ,^_.  Stock     of     Tailoring  Goods in the Boundary  o   Has the most complete  ��  5:  a  For an   up-lo-dale suit   ft  IS  call on    :    :    :   :    :    :  ft-  ft  IS  ��  IS  a  ��  a   Greenwood's     Leading    Tailor.  ft  ft  ��t!h9-��5I9#*#��#���� fc*!f)!*ft * �����*��#��*&�����(*��  ...IHitcbell  In 1900 the homestead entries from  all nationalUes mimbered 7,359 in 190L  they reach the total of 9,108, .  . Of thos? 'making- entry 1,631 came  from' the United States in 1900 and  and 3,2SSin L9IU.  Of this large number- I?okata, Minnesota and CovTa contributed over half  or 1,692.  Tlie C. P. R.laaid sales and the properly-disposed of t>y. the other large  corporations in thei west-also show the  favorable charig-ein the feeling.toward  our Canadian west. In 1597 the Canadian Pacific Railway sold 199,4-81 acres  of its land grant. Tn 1900 this- had  grown to 431,986 acres. , Last year s  transactions were double thost of any  prevtous sea.son. the area disposed of  beiriH 830,914) acres,  GREENWOOD, B. C,  J. C. DOUGLAS,-   Prop,  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.  A rich strike:is reported made on the  Mono in West Fork, near Beaverdell.  Contin med good news comes in from  Bolster vicinity on , the . reservation  where so maor Greenwood people are  interested.  -.- White Head 'in: Montreal is worth  S5.00 a . huaared.' Raw lead in the  Sloean'. birLntfss :$1.18. ;Will some one  please step   t'o-nvard and explain to us  reBn "mg and railroad busi iiess ���Pay-  streak.' v  PERSONALS  Wasn't it pretty crude ?     We  mean  that merry makers show.  Jno. Ra�� Miller has ben appointed  administrator of tlie estate of the late  Thomas Miller.  The. Bank of B ritish North America  proposes mori-tuj into elegant quart-  ersfin the new M*llor Block -soon.  Dr. Sim inonsii having a very fine  _ suite oi ofllces fitted up in the Mellor  Block. A modern dentist's quarters  or up-to-date quarters for a dentist,  either telis the story we presume,  ' Mrs. Cora May Vedder has been appointed ii(]nii��Ls.|:nitrix of the estate of  the late CIiils, Vedder.  The Enid MiLrtin Concert Co., has  just finished tliiewast cities. All the  leading J-o-uruals accord them most  llattering mariws- to this popular company.  Sister T'sres.* iri ovet from Rossland  looking after the interests of the Sacred  Heart Hospital in Greenwood, which  is doiiijf niost effective work for the  afflicted.  The city council and board ot trade  have passed resjlutions highly commendatory of-tlit management of the  Hospital of the -ri a.ctvd Heart.  What's, the matter with the street  committee? Why not get some of  those uusfghtly, dangerous heaps of  stone off the pufollt -ways ?  Just asl'tlie.curlers were g-etting-. the  in-turu and the out-turn, or as G-allo-  way would say 1 h��e right and left bias  down tine,, the cold weather backed otf.  and the rimk took to water, something  few curlers wiEl tolerate. The result  has beeis a t-einpvrary cessation of  hostilities Between the warring rinks  of the club.  1147 Laborers Wanted  Von can secure work to last yon  from 1 too years'owing to the course  you select in the International Correspondence schools. 90 courses of  study. No books lo buy. 400,000 students. "Would you 1 ilte a free lesson in  Spanish, French or German with  Phonograph.    Wri te or call mid see  C.   H. ISshbaugh,  Lock Bos 75L. Kossland. B.C.  :    MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of lmpro-vcment.    -  NOTICE.  VVHia'K HOKSE mieieral claim hi  tlm  iCettle  Kiver MTInSn-cr Dn-Uiion of Tale.  Wliere sltiia.t�� i    Ere Coiiiier Cam}).   .  TAKE ITCmCE l.luu I,-B. L,. AVood, Free  Miner'sCertliica1elvri>. 3. +1502, on behali  ol nn-self iui <L as agoill for Jaraes Grabam, U"rcc  Miner's Certittcate No. B-lO609a.inl  Annie Hud-  .31, Free Miner's Certificate No. B42G34 and  Marparet E. Me'rtW, 'Tree Miner's Certificate  No. B55805, Littend sixty <la\s from tlie dale  Iiereof, to a-pyly to tlie Mitiing-^Recordev for  a Certiiicate of Cni-praverneuts for tlie purpose  of oli-taiilin# a. Crtnrn Grant of tlie above  claim. ': ������-."'.'���'���  And furtlier -tatte notice tliat action, under  section 37, miist be coniiiieiice��l /before tlie  issuance of such *Ce rti licate of Ini'pro vcraeii ts.  ��a.ted tliis J&Hi dav ml' Deuember, L900.  .First issue Jan U.a.r-v. 30. . B. X,'. .WOOD,  THE-   BEST   OP   FOREIGN"'   AND  .-DOMESTIC WINES, UQUORS  AND    CIG-ARS.  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR* TRAVELLING   MEN.  ACCOMMODATION" FOR 75 GUESTS  ,-Jear the  orucr of Gcvernment and Greenwwl  ��� Streers. ���  50.00 in cash will buy a. seven "drawer  new.Singer sewing- machine. At A. L.  Whitts's 2nd Hand Store.   :  �����.|NERA"L ACT.,- "  Certificate of improvements..  .' .." OTOTICK."  "OtrElE^rratCEFO'liNJi^aM^STpR^'MftWiLl"  ~    claims, sitnaleiHn-tlie Kettle-River Mining  Dtrisioii.oE-Ta.le DLstfict. ' .  Located iboiit V/i mil essort|i easterly from  Cam]) McTCliitKsyv ���'  TAKE NOTICE- .' tluit t. Xlieodore LuTi^e  Free Miner's ; Cerlilicitu No. B6086S,  actin'pras ageii-t for tlie Rock Creek.Gold Mines,  L,t(t,."L,y., Fiee Miners Certificate No, B6D8G*,  intena s'istv days irom tlie date Iiereof, to apply  to tlicvRliniH(?lJecor<lerfora Certificate of Iiil-  uroTemeiits, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown ftra.nt of t't& above claim. .   ,  And furtlier take notice that action undo?  sectl��3i 3", most l>e eemiineiiced before tlie issuance of sucli Certificate of Impiovements.-'"'  Da.ledtbLS.5th<la;y.(>t Pebruarv, A. D., 1902.  TH E01>ORE TJUBBE,  Airent f��n -tli.fr Rocl< Credt Gold Eines, Limit-  c.<l l.iiibi lilv.  MINEKAL   ACT.  CertMieate ��f Imjrovement.  KOMCE.  "DOMINIOTC'-' aiul "STTMBER TWO" Mineral  Claims situate in LIlc   Kettle  River Mining  DlvUloit of Vale Diftllict. Where located:���3rt  Dead-vrixMl Camp.  ���T\KEX01MCE tliat 1. Clive Prinifle," Kree  Miner'* Certiiicate No. Jl-tCGU, intend  sixtj-rltiyc Jrom Ike Jiatfr hereof to n|>ply to the  .Miliilif Jlecordei-for i�� Cortilien.t�� of linprovc-  nionts.t'i>r ibu |<urpi��s-�� oi i>l>t*iiulug- n. Crown  Grnul of Ilie above elml-in  And furtlier liiliu notko Unit action, nn<lor  Section V, must be commenced before tlie  IsBiimiee oC sucli <"ertl ' iJite oi Jiuproveraent,  Dated lliis Will dny of Kovemticr, A. I),. iWl,  CUtfK I'RISGI,E  COMPANlkS' ACT, 1897-  GEORGE H. MAYNARD  .   GUN.  AND LOCKSMITH.  ALL KINDS   OF REPAIRING  NEATLY DONE  Bicycles Repaired and Rented.  COMF1 0? SILVER AND GREENWOOD  STREET.  ��V.'.-X3fcKS;-.8SS835S]  MNIXpE  CARPETS-  ffiOLElMS.-;  CROCKEM  GLASSWARE  CUTlERi;:  SliVEfeRE  MRGOODS*  'Che  largest-hotels, and finest  1-esideiicos ia B.C. w��t�� fur-  . nislied "by tis throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B.C.  assgawranra  WMBWHinKmifcfflHmwaaaBgB  CANADIAN  \��a.i.  RAILWAY  -FOR���  FEBRUARY 20, 21, and 22.  Morrison   Wines,   Limited,(Don-Pea1-  s-onal Liability.)  Talce notice tbat tlitsbHros in the Morrison  Mines-, Lintitecl. CNtm-PBrsonal 1/iabilit.C) lieri'.-  inaiter iles-eriWl13iav(: been declareil in default  i a ml will be ��>M xl public auction to the big-liesi  ' bidder for cash, at the office of tlie said'cora-  I paitj-, Rmi4��1I buiUlidi*, Copper street. Green-  ; wood, J5. C, oi\ Tuesday the 18th day of Feb-  | ru.-irj. 3902. sit ill*! lioai of four o'clock-in tlie  ��� afferuooii, to ftititfj assessmeitts which liavo  i been made thereon aad ure in default for a  i period exceeding- sixty days after notice arid  i (leinodd oi |>nj-irientOf sucb assessments.  Will issue ret'irn tickets at  Single Fare  February 20 and   21,  good -for  return  till'February 24.  Full pirticitlars from local ajfents.  E. R. REDPATH,  Gitonvooi  J". S. Carter. E). J. Covm>,  Die. Pass. Apt.    -        A. G. P. A.  Nelson. Vancouver.  A complete stocR of watch materal with cabinet, one watch glass cabinet  complete withsrlass-es, three work benc&es, tm ia3!cs.one watch boaid, one  watch sign 40 laches diameter.'22 k gold ie-a.fatilsunjri' other articles.  These goods ai* part of the "W. E. JVlacuherson estate and must be soil at  once.   FonwrtlciulaTS apply to W, 0, WRMHiT."Assignee-  Expert  of NEW .YORK,  Will be at KcndelL �� Co's store itom  5 pf tn.  Tuesday,  Feb. 25th,  to 1 p. m- Thursday- Feb, 27thF to fit  and demonstrate  the'mefits of the "WV B, and La VLda Corsets. ,  Ladies desirous of having a peiv  \. feet fitting corset should make it a  point  to  call  at our store on the  above days" and ���   interview   Miss  Sextbn_   ;  Do not forget the dates.  Feb. 25thto 1 p.m. Feb.-27.  Rendell $ ��o.  r*r  Heavy and  Shelf Hardware,  Groceries  land Provisions  ���AT THE-  COMPANY, LIMITED.  ��      ;���.���"���'��� * *'.   *  a' ---���- " -^-A.,.^A.A.......A_ ._,._ ;._.^_^������__*T  ��  *  . ft  ft  ' ft  ft  ft  ft  R BURNS & CO.  ��'���":  .��  Q;      A  ��  ��  O  .9   ���-;'������  a"  I Wholesale and Retail Meat .'.;..'.*  *'���'��� ';--'.'; ������"������.'.������'.'���Mepeharits*/.' ��  a �����  s ., ������--.. ��  .�� ...- . .. . . * ft  t      ' MArlets at:   r.roftimeodrCriiiitl L7orHs, MMway, and-Plioeaix. ".-2  �� ......  ; ;....   . 9  �� '* * * ft  V. ��  ��   . .ft  ���a ft  I "WELL THAT'S FIE" |  j* Is what they all say about                       T  I .THE WEW GEM SAFETY RA10R. %  T Impossible   to cut the  facei  shaves               T  ^ easily* quickly and cleanly,                       ^u  4> ',   ��� .-���������-              * 4s  cSj Illustrated "booklet free.      Mail Orders prompttj? filled.            ���' ��fc'  * "    '.     ���.���'"' =?';;      ' ���      ������   .-'.���.������-���      4��  I McLennan,   McFeely   &  Company |  4�� Wholesale Hardware Merchants,           >  4�� 122 Cordova Street,                             ,              YANCOUVER, B. C.     4>  4�� '���'���.'���                                          .:,- 4��  \,  >\  1  If

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