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 Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD,. B. C. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904.  No. 21  CO MP ANY, LTD  h  ^N&EKWeAr  NO NEED TO WAIT  .... i ;   . .      - ��� '  '.'������- Till Spring,: Make your purchases now anid save  from 25 to 50 per cent. Everything in this line  on sale at bargain prices.  &K IRT&~���Tucked   and  trimmed  with  ')  inch  embroidery,  regular  $2.00, for, S1.SO  SKfRTS���Tucked    and    trimmed     with     Torchon   Lace,  regular S2.00, for ...        St.QO  SKIRTS���With    flounces    of    tucked    Nainsook,    regular  S1.50, for $f.OO  WHITE LAWN SKfRTS���Trimmed with Valenciennes  lace and insertion, regular $2.75, for $2.25  NJiQHT   GOWNS���Yoke finished with tucking, cmbroi-  ,    (        dery   and    insertion.      Fine   material.       Regular  '     S1.50, for Sf.OO  All gowns made of good muslin and  trimmed with best quality  of edging and embroidery.  A few snaps in Corset Covers and Drawers, which  will benefit the early comers.  THE  BIG   STORE  LIBERAL  CONVENTION  Yale-Cariboo   Grits  Nominate Candidate  ��&$$$<m*>^.<.m,jm^:<mx��x^X":~X"X  V  t  V  ?  ?  Russell - Law ��� Caulfield  COMPANY,   LIMITED  Stock  . GREAT . . .  Taking  Sale  To lower bur stock for btock taking Ave ,ire ^liU  ' selling goods Regardless of Cost. Our phi ire  stock of Clothing, Shoes,;Hats,- .Underwear, etc.,  must be sold to- make room for New Gobds,  which, are commencing to arrive. We make  special mention of our New, Union Made Macki-  riaws, which can't be beat.      i ; ������';; O.   ,7-;  -,.,. Ladies Shoes and Rubbers at  to close them out  your  own   price  TELEPHONE   25  After > Keen   but   Friendly    Contest  Duncan Ross Selected  The Liberal convention for Yale-  Cariboo is over and the candidate is iii  the field. It was a great convention.  From Barkerville in the north to Cascade in the extreme southeastern corner of the big riding: every polling subdivision, was represented in the convention. Yale-Cariboo is no pocket  borough; it is an empire within itself,  and wheu'busy business men are found  in tlie convention taking a keen interest in the proceedings and willingly  giving a week of their time to the  great cause, then it is safe to assume  that liberalism is noi dead in Yale-  Cariboo. An unprejudiced observer of  the convention, proceedings and the  men who were there could not but be  impressed with ' the splendid type of  manhood      represented] Business  and professional men, the artizan and  the laborer, were all there determined  that they would do their share in perpetuating a government that.has done  much for Canada arid ' under whose  further administration there is every  assurance of an era of prosperity and  development in Yale-Cariboo.  Kamloops has' improved in recent  years. Nature has been kind to the'  in terior,-capita l-��vUl->.t;ho-..peett.V'-XnriiaM-  name. A splendid situation,, the most  perfect climate in British Columbia  and a rich surrouuding country;. Kamloops was bound to grow. But the  Kamloops of ten years, ago was  famous for its poor hotels and' worse  whisky. Today the hotel accommodation is satisfactory, and the city has  improved in other directions. Its  citizens are confident that it will yet  be a mining town, ��� and judging from  the showing of coppei ore in the Iron  Mask and outcropping of coal iu the  immediate vicinity, their confidence is  not misplaced;���^-^t"���"--f���-= -���=���,.*.-^^  But that is another story.   Th ; dele-  QuesiiH; Jauirs Moore. Quesnel Forks;  J B Leighton and A G Mcintosh,  Stanley.  Lilluuet���C B Deai.s, Clinton; T P  Reid, Lihooet; D O'Hara, Bonaparte;  M Hrysun, Pavilion.  Okanagan���C Lefroy, A Leishman,  J Hightnan; W R Megaw, C F Coster-  tun, R Swift, S C Smith, H G Muller,  Verncju; J Ritchie, Sumrnerland; H  ������McDougall, Peacliland; D W Sutherland, Kelowna; T W Fletcher nbd P D  Vankleek, Armstrong; VV . Trnesdale  and'-W Wright, Enderby; C M Henderson, Silver Creek.   ;'...:..  Kamloops���J D Swanson, F J Deane,  T j"; Road ley, M S Wade, A ,G Taylor,  D H Campbell, G T Mallery, CS  Slcvtms, R Mackay" and J. D Lauder,  Kamloops; T W Graham, Shuswap; J  B Manson, North Thompson, west; J  R McDonald, Kualt; S M McGuire,  Salmon' Arm; W F Palmer, Stump  Lake; John Shields. Griffin Lake; J C  Shields, Sicamous; W M Lauder,  Douglas Lake; A Reid, Tappen; T C  Cooiioy, Savoua; R Williams, Louis  Creek; H Bostock, Ducks; F C Jones,  Gr;iiul Prairie.  Letters were read from Hon. Senator  Tem|jleman, R. G. Macpherson, M.P., :  Dr. Sinclair of Rossland, and S. Henderson, M. P. P, president Provincial  Liberal Association, expressing regret  at their inability to be present. Senator  Templeman having previously accepted  an invitation to the Comox-Atlin convention oil the same day, and his duties  in the legislature keeping Mr. Henderson from attending.     .  The following candidates were then  nominated, the proposers and seconders  making capital short speeches:  H. Bostock, Ducks, proposed by Dr.-  Wade, Kamloops; seconded, by W.  Wright, Enderby. .  D. Murphy, Ashcroft, proposed by  E. Goulet, Kamloops; seconded by W.  Truesdale, Enderby.  J. D. Swanson, Kamloops, proposed  by H. Bostock, seconded by G. B. Armstrong, Lower Nicola.    .-  '.Duncan Ross, Greenwood, proposed  by J. Highman, Vernon; seconded/by  J. R. Brown, M. P. P., Greewood.  SJ'iy��r:-:is6i,tv.-oi.^-t<>-"-i-vom_ a_-. n.ij an i,in*�� ���'������*-  nominatian was tendered, thanked:the  convention, for the compliment paid  him, and expressed his regret at being  compelled to decline the nomination.  Dennis Murphy defended his provincial record and,eloquently extolled  the virtues of the. Laurier government.  He pledged himself to support the  nominee of,; the convention, - and  whether he was the choice or not he  would be found lighting for the success of the Liberals in  Yale-Cariboo.  J. D. Swanson made a capital speech.  In choice language he pointed  out  the  -.'���'"'���' 'X  Weirs  Coats,  $10; special for  Men's Waterproof Over  Sacks, regu'ar price  $20; special for SI5.  $��**<&<��*��>XK"X~:"**x-x~x��x��:~X'  ��� V WVV. ��� .  .  ����������������*.���*���..���*.**�����*..*  gates assembled at Raven's  hall  at  2  o'clock' Wednesday   afternoon.    F.  J.  Deane called the meeting to order.    He  was made temporary chairman aud Dr.  M.S. Wade, secretary of the Kamloops  association,     was     made     temporary  secretary.    After the credentials committee      reported       these     appointments    were    made   permanent.     No  better   selection   could   be made.    At  8 o'clock the same   evening: the big  convention was over.     That so  much  was accomplished   in  the  short  time  was largely due to the tactful decisiveness of Chairman Deane.    Every delegate was treated  with ��� consideration,  but there was  no  dilly-dallying,  and  delegates fnnn a distance  anxious  to  get back to their homes were loud  in  their praises of the good work done by  the   chairman   and   secretary.   . The  credentials  committee   was  comprised  of the  following representatives from  the various provincial ridings:  Cariboo, J. B. Leighton; Lillooet, C.  B. Deans; Yale, A. M. Leitch; Kamloops, M. S. Wade; Okanagan, C. IS.  Lefroy; Similkameen, D. Black; Grand  Forks, W. H. P. Clement; Greenwood,  A. Robinson.  They reported the following  accredited delegates, several of whom  held proxies from polling sub-divisions  having no delegates present.  Yale���A Leitch, - M Bryson and D  Murphy, Ashcroft; J. Richards, Cout-  lee; G B Armstrong, Lower Nicola; A  R Carrington, Nicola Lake.  Grand Forks���L P Eckstein. W H P  Clement, Grand Forks; A Sin Ait,1 Cascade; E H Mortimer, Phoenix.  Greenwood���A K Stuart, Duncan  Ross aiid J R Brown, M.P.P., Greenwood; J McNichol and R D Kerr, Midway; S P Larsen, Rock Creek: I)  W.hitford, Boundary Falls.  Similkameen���W J Snodgrass, Okanagan Falls; J A Nicoll, Fairview; A E  Irwin, Camp Fairview: D Black, Olalla.  Tulameen and Granite Creek: A Robinson, Sidley-  Cariboo���A G'Mcintosh. Horsefly; G  Sanson.   Beaver    Lake;   J    Ilopgood.  greaFwork'domTby tT."e~Liberal"~party  and contrasted the Canada of today  with Canada under Tory rule. He  also pledged himself to support the  nominee of the convention.  Duncan Ross, owing to the 'ateness  of the hour, contented himself with a  brief reference to the importance of  developing the great district. of Yale-  Cariboo and what the government  could do to aid this important work.  He would consider the nomination a  great honor, but would work equally  enthusiastically if their choice fell  elsewhere.  D; O'Hara, A. R. Carrington and Dr.  Vankleek were appointed scrutineers,  and |the method of voting being arranged satisfactorily, the first ballot  was taken and resulted as follows: D.  Murphy 67, D. Ross .58, and J. D.  Swanson 29. According to the arrangements agreed upon Mr. Swauson's  name was dropped and the second  ballot resulted iu Russ receiving 80  votes and Murphy 75, aud upon the  motion of D. Murphy, seconded  by  J.  D. Swanson, the nomination of Mr.  Ross was made unanimous.  An adjournment was then taken for  an hour for dinner, aid on reassembling Mr. Ross thanked the convention  for the honor they had conferred upon  him by nominating him for so important a constituency as Yale-Cariboo.  A permanent organization was  formed, to. be known as . the Yale-  Cariboo Electoral District Association,  with officers as follows:  President, S. C. Smith, Vernon; secretary, C. E. Lefroy of Vernon. An  executive committee was appointed  consisting of one representative  from' each Provincial district, , as  fpllows: ..J. Hopgood, Cariboo; C. B.  Deans, Lillooet; D. Murphy, Yale:  W. J. Snodgrass, Similkameen; M. S.  Wade, Kamloops; T. W;; Fletcher,  Okanagan; VV. H. P. Clement, Gr^nd  Forks, and R. D. Kerr, Greenwood.  . Organization for campaign purposes  was considered and it was decided that  the eampaign committee should' consist of the district executive and three  additional representatives from each  Provincial district, the selecting of the  latter being left to the several local  associations.   . .-  ; Messrs. Murphy, Swanson and Ross,  who were appointed a resolutions committee, submitted the following resolutions- to the. convention,:and they  were adopted amid applause;1  "The Liberals of. Yale-Cariboo electoral district in convention assembled  resolve:  That we heartily endorse the administration of the right honorable Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, and rejoice that under  his able leadership Canado, which  during Conservative rule was a byword and reproach, now looms large in  the eye of the world as a country in  which the tide of prosperity-is steadily  and rapidly risiing and whose immense  natural resources are being1 developed  by a vigorous and progressive policy.  We desire to express our hearty approval of the -ailwayppolicy of the  government ��� and particularly dp we  commend the Grand Trunk Pacific project, not.only from ..a; national point of  view, but because this railway will open  "U"p~tire-Ttouuerxuirj���Vx��ri-rii^'��:<.,i"c-��-i.- .��^-���  tion'of this province.  This.convention expresses its appreciation of the efforts made by W. A.  Galliher. M. P.. in the interest of the  constituency, and congratulates him  upon having received the' unanimous  endorsation of-the Liberals of the new  district of Kootenay.  The convention cougra!tulates the  party in the province on on its splendid  record under the able leadership of Mr.  J. A. Macdonald, who in a few short  months has fully .demonstrated his  abilityias, a.politicaUeader.iL^^^..^  Votes of thanks were tendered the  chairman and secretary and a meeting  of the executive was afterwards held.  Messrs. Smith and Lfifroyifhanked the  convention for selecting them as the  chief officers ot the campaign committee and promised their best efforts for  the success of the candidate.  Throughout the convention the best  spirit of feeling prevailed, Messrs.  Murphy and Swanson setting a splendid example by the expressions of  loyalty to the successful candidate.  The Boundary delegates arrived  home on Friday last.  THE OLD  THE NEW  Meetings of Two Council.  on Monday Night  Tne   New  Council   Sworn  Besrin Work  In   an-f  The councils of 1903 and 1904 met a  the city  hall on Monday night.   Tl:  old council met at 8 o'clock sharp wit .  Alderman   Ross   in ,the   chair.     Ths  business of the year was wound up an J  Alderman    Ross    congratulated     tin  council on the good work done and tht  harmonious   feeling   which   prevailed  during   the   year.     He  also    complimented the city officials for- their,.faith  ful services during the year.  Alderman McKenzie moved'a resolution in, which the civic officials weiv.  complimented for their good work, aiv.'  in doing so Alderman McKenzie exr  pressed' the regrets of the council tha':  Alderman Gulley. would not be witi)  them during the coming year. Alderman Bunting seconded the rtsolutior  and it was carried unanimously.  Police Magistrate Hallett  then   tool:  the oath of office of all members of th;.  new council.  'Mayor Naden, in taking  his seat, expressed his pleasure at bein/  among   the   members   of   the council  again.    He   referred   to   the   friendl;-  feeling which prevailed while occupy- ���  ing the mayor's chair during 1902, am'!  hoped that the 1904 council  would go.  along equally well.    He referred to th  periditure   and the importance'of  im-"  proving   the  water system.    He thei.  appointed the following' standing com  mittees for the year:  Finance���Caulfield, Ross, McNeil.  Streets���McKenzie,   Bunting,   Caulfield.  : Waterworks���^-Bunting, McNeil, McKenzie.  Fire aud light���McNeil, Parker,  Bunting,  Cemetery and pound���Parker, Ross,  Caulfield.  ��� Board=-of ^-health���Ross, = -McKenzie^- ,-  Parker.  The council then recommended toth..  government the appointment of Aldet  man McKenzie and D. J. Sullivan a .  police commissioners. Aldcrma:  Bunting was recommended as licens  commissioner, the third man to b  selected by the mayor.  All the city officials were reappointe-  and the scavenger contract rcnewec  with J. W. Williamson.  A Close Call  Fisheaters' Meet  It will be 301 years ago on  June 2-',  since   De   Monts   and Champlain discovered   the   mouth  of the  St. Joh:  j river in New Brunswick, aud Ihe rive-  Tom    What do you think of my new j is still doing business at the old stam:.  suit of clothes,  Fred?    Fred���She's a ; It is proposed to have a tercentenaria .  pippin, Tom; who made'era ?   Tom��� j commemoration   of    the    event    thi  Detective Currie.    Fred���Why, I didn't  coming June,    It will be an  old  bo>v  know he was a tailor.    Tom���Oh,  yes;   reunion.    The fisheaters of Greenwoo  he made all the gatnblersclq.se.    Then ; are saving their pennies,  in  order  t  everybody   lined   up   lo   the  bar and I get "down home'' to look at  the river  called for iron brew ! that fp.d them fish in boyhood days.  y*<~>.x.**��MX~x~:"^^^  Boundary Ore Shipments.  Granby Mines    Mother Lode...   B.  C. Mine   Snowshoe   Sunset   Oro Denoro   Brooklyn     MorrisMti   R. Bell i   Emma          Winnipeg   Gulden   Crown   Athelstan and Jack Pot   Kii)>;'  Solomon       N��-"      v         City <��t Paris   Jewel -   Elkhorn    Providence    E. P.  U. Mines and Gold Finch..  Miscellaneous....   Total Tons   1900  64 533  S 340  19 444  297  150  1 076  2 250  1  200  2 000  160  2.30  '*���) 730  1901  1902.  1903  1904  Week.  231 862  310 601  393 718  33 150  11 820  99 548  141 326  130 492  6 515  2 675  47 517  14 727  19 365  1 731  20 800  71 212  800  8 010  15 731  15 537  2 713  i o:i  150   3 339  560     f>50  7 900  22 937  2  8h2  792  1 04O  785  625  2  435  850  5 64d  */)0  .53" >  665   532     52S  890  2 175   172  400  993  20  20  167  25  25     569  384  132  389 000  507 811  6S2 541  46 659  16 817  ^~j���:~x-x~x~>X"*����m<^>**^^  MuiuwMt  sesss THE    BOUNBAR*    CREEK    TUvuva  urn.   MILL .'III  i -mm. jx JJ'.JJ- m��i 'i ��!.i 'Jiiu Ji_g*g  ��~ "We   live to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom 3  H  but in order to live you must get the best to eat. ^  r/?y ou/?  D  Ftp ���  H      OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON       3  1 The New INDEPDMHT MEAT MARKET j  The Union Meat Company!  2��.   'Phone  ��=    No. 20.  ^uiiuiiuiuuuiiuiaiiuiiiuuiiuiuiuiuuiiiuiiiiiiuiiaiuiirv  ��be  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���very Triday  Uoncak Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yisar   ���    2 00  Six Months :  I 2i  To Foreign Countries  2 50  FRIDAY.   JANUARY   22,  1904  LIBERAL   CONVENTION  Those who have interests of  Yale-Cariboo district at heart aad  are therefore anxious for the perpetuation of progressive government, cannot but feel gratified at  the representative character of  the convention held at Kamloops  last week. Every section of the  great district was represented by  one or more delegates. From  Barkerville in old Cariboo to  Cascade in the newer Boundary  district, the constituency was  represented by solid men who expressed their determination that  nothing would be left undone that  would insure the success of the  Liberal candidate in this riding.  The wisdom of  the choice made  __1��.T�� .4.1, .-. ��-vu-tlOuT  ���r-il-t xxxSi.���X.c  discussed here  for  obvious   personal   reasons.    The convention  after a keen but friendly contest,  unanimously selected  the  writer  as the Liberal candidate;    Newspaper men   have   more  modesty  than   they   are   usually  credited  with and there is always  a  hesitancy about  discussing  personal  matters in these columns, but we  will be pardoned for taking   ad-  "Tantage "of "this "opportunity "to  express our  thanks  to   the   convention for the high honor,   and  particularly do we desire to thank  those   whose   enthusiastic   work  met   with   success   in   the   convention.  The position is not without its  responsibilities. The convention  chose a candidate to support the  best government this Dominion  over knew, to give loyal allegiance to a leader of whom every  Canadian is proud, and who is  the embodiment of the verv  highest type of statesmanship,  and who most perfectly represents  what is best and hopeful in our  CanadianQlife. and further to  represent a district that is destined to play no mean part in the  building up of this Dominion.  The hope of the country and particularly- tbe district of Yale-  Cariboo lies iu the return of the  Laurier government. With loyal  enthusiastic supporters in all  parts of the district, with representative men returning from the  ojivention determined that Yale-  * 'ariboo Avill do its duty, (he candidal e should have no fear  regarding the result.  A POOR SERVICE  When the Greenwood Electric  vompany was granted a franchise  by the ratepayers of the city of  t ireeuwood the company entered  into an agreement with The corporation to do certain things.  During   the   past  few   months  hat  agreement  has  been   more  honored in the breach than in the  ��� ibservance.    The service has been  unsatisfactory   in   every respect.  Users of electric light, including  the city, were quite' willing to  give the company sufficient time  to improve the service, but  patience has now ceased to be a  virtue, and it is up to the company to live up to its agreement  with the ratepayers or forfeit its  charter.  The local management of the  company apparently believes that  the company is doing business  by Divine Right and not by the  grace of the ratepayers of the city  of Greenwood. So long, as this  view is held, no doubt it will -be  impossible to secure any improvement in the interests of the public  or the company. But an improvement must come. The company  must either make some effort to  live up td its agreement with the  city or the city will be compelled  to make some other arrangements  to secure a satisfactory service  for fhe'public.  . i Unless the service is improved  in all;probability the department  of inland revenue will be forced  to take, action. ' Companies supplying' electric light are ; compelled under the regulations of  the department to maintain a  specified voltage. In this regard,  "electric.light companies are subject to the regulations of the de-  par tm e,ti 1_ i n.. a.:Jsi m�� 1 a.r .wa.v.. t<:*  users of weights aud measures.  A decided improvement would  have to take place here if the  regulations of the department is  to be complied with.  THE   NEW  COUNCIL  The city is to be congratulated  upon the personnel of the new  council. Mayor Naden and Alderman Caulfield won their spurs  in pfevious~years~wheli_"carefiil  management was required to  place the city on a sound financial  footing. Aldermen Bunting and  McKenzie were thorough conscientious workers in the city's  interests last year, and Aldermen  McNeil and Parker, the new men  in the council, are level-headed  business men. The affairs of the  city are in safe hands. There is  much to be done during 1904, aud  the ratepayers can rest assured  the council will do what is in the  best interests of the city with the  funds at its disposal.  The report of the thirty-seventh  annual meeting of the shareholders of the Canadian Bank of  Commerce makes interesting  reading for the man interested in  the general growth and prosperity of the Dominion, as well  as for him who is more directly  interested in the growth and  prosperit}- of this particular bank.  The figures themselves���and  there is nothing in literature more  unemotional than a bank statement���tell the story of a prosperous and successful year all  over Canada and of shrewd and  skillful financing which has  made good use of its opportunities. For instance, omitting  bad and doubtful debts and allowing fully for deprecation, the  bank's balance sheets show a uef  profit of Si.004,217. or something  over 12 per cent. Ol this sum  $584,500 has been paid in dividends to the shareholders, this  being at the rate of 7 per cent.,  and 5500,000 has been transferred to rest, making that fund  $3,000,000.  K. B. Bennett of Calgary, Senator Lougheed's running mate,  who was defeated b- Frank  Oliver for the Dominion house,  iu the Alberta district, last  election, was offered the Conservative nomination again this  year, but stated that on account  of too much business he cannot  accept it. Under Liberal rule  -Bennet has a bank account.  Under Conservative rule Bennett  was stepping sideways for a herring in New Brunswick.  <K>00000<KX>0000<)OOOCKH>CpCOOO  A PIPE  CINCH  Editor Gruesel of the Spokane  Press and Editor Nichol of the  Vancouver Province are deep  thinkers. About every other day  the editorials in these papers are  the same, word for word. The  articles are supposed to be the  product of the braiuery department; but evidently these papers  have purchased a job lot of second  hand gray matter.  ! The Phoenix Pioneer says:  "The McBride government seems  to be getting on very well." The  government might be getting  along alright; but the province  is in ver)- poor health at present.  The legislatures of Manitoba,  Nova Scotia, Ontario and British  Columbia are now in session; and  jiist to be in the swim the Tories  of Yale-Cariboo were in session  a!t Kamloops this week.  Coal oil has again gone up one  cent. The reason of the advance  is due to generous Rockefeller giving each of his employees a turkey on New Year's day.  Organized Labor  ' Wherever you find organized labor  strongest-there you find the best protection for a child. ��� Children of tender  years nre protected from the cupidity  of mill and factory owners by the untiring- efforts of unionists. Every law  on the statute books in favor of the  child was placed there by organized  labor. Moreover, the trade unionist  has   done   more   for   woman   than all  her   his   ecoromic   eq'.ial.    These  are  facts for humanists to reflect upon.  Hot  Air  The following item is from the New  York Banker, published in Wall street,  which claims to be a pastmaster in  finance: In Greenwood district there  are six smelters in active operation,  j educing 4000 tons daily, and it is said  this production can easilv be doubled  by spring. The force of miners has  ^ee.nJnc.rea.s.edi^.^ropjsrties^Jh^._.^er<5  looked upon as mere prospects six  months or a year ago, have since  developed into paying mines.  An Attack of Pneumonia Warded off  "Some time ago my daughter caught  a severe cold. She complained of pains  in her chest and a bad cough. 1 gave  her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy according to directions and in two days  she was well and able to go to school.  I have u?ed this remedy in my fa:r 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 undoubtedly 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.  Happy New Year  TO ONE  AND ALL  We thank our patrons  for their liberal patronage in the past. During'  1904 we will have a bigger and better stock  tli an  ever. :      :      :  A.  LOGAN   <��  CO.  JEWELERS  Copper Street    "   Greenwood  Not a lcail pipe cinch: but we have ��  cincli on smokers' utensils in Greenwood camp. We carry every kind, from  the high-priced Meercliauui tot.hu low  priced clay dab. Also tlie li nest ' > '---  of   Sniukini?   and   Chewing   Tooaccos.  CIGARS  TO BURN  Full nue of the best Imported and  Domestic Clwars. Try'em before tlie.v  go up in smoke. We do not carry  snioUclesK ciirnrs.   Drop  in and  sec us.  H.A.KING&C��  Smokers' Outfitters  Copper St.,    -    GREENWOOD  6^>^0<KX><>^00-60<KXXK>0<>0000<>0-6  0<K><KXK><K><>0<><>0<><><>CK>0<>^<>0<>0  HAVING ADDED A  TINSHOP  To my Plumbing Establishment,  am prepared to do all kinds of  TINSMITH1NG AT  SHORTEST NOTICE.  "uroace   Grates  ana   Stove   Retalrs  E W, BISHOP  The   Most   Complete   Stock   in  the Boundary.  Phone 38      Naden-FIoud Block.  OO<K>O0<>OO<>O0<K><>O-f>00-CKK>0<>0<>  �������MKK~>��>��X~M��X">>><^*W'">,-W,***,��M��*  ���? .* * ��������  NEW  and the  BEST  Just Received���Iron  Beds, Springs, Mat-  trasses, Kitchen,  Dining and Rocking  Chairs. A fine linej  of Crockery and  Glassware, Lamps,  Cutlery and Plated  Ware  Razors, Pocket Knives,  Scissors and  Garv-   ���    "ing-Set?. -������-'-  Hot and Coal Stoves.  We buy what )rou have  to sell and sell what  y'ou have to buy.  0.1, c.  in  A.  v  L. WHITE & CO. i  Nest to National Hotel  .xk-k-xkkk^xs^k^mk-K":":^  tobaccos,  0. S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MM   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  Spokane Falls & Northern Hallway Co,  Nelson & Fort SHeppard Railway Co.'  ,    RefMountain Hallway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  i    Van. Vic. &E. Ry; & K. Co.  THE new  The only all rail route between points-  east, west and south to Rossland Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Con��  nects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points' east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K.  & S.  points.  Connects  at Curlew  with  stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet   cars  run  on   trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902-  Lbavh  9:25 a. m.  10:15 a. m.  7:00 a. m.  11:00 a. m.  Arrive  5:45 p. m.  5:10 p. m.  8:00 p. m.  4:00 p. m  Spokane  . Rossland  Nelson  (Millers. Grand  Forks)  9.15 al in. Republic       5:40 p.m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  ��� Spokane. Wash.  zzaz;W>&&*f\cz,  ... RAILWAY.. .  * j:   .-. *      - ���--...  fttTS Scenic Route  Direct line.        Lowest rates  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. Mufin; ? Proptfitor  WHEN'IN^NEISON  STOP AT THE  The new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading hotel of  the Kootenays*������:*'���'  MINEE&L t-AOT;  f  CertUlcate'of Improvement.  NOTICE."  Gem, Big Bend��� and, Morena Fractional mineral claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where' lo-,  ...   cated:   In Skylark.Camp. i.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, l��r.ac H. Hallett,  Kree Miner's Certificate No. B80140, for myself,  and as agent for George R. Naden, Free Miner's Certificate No. |B416s5, and -Edmund "H.  Mortimer, Free Miner's'Certificate No. B80234,  intend,- sixty days, from ., the .date  hereof, to apply"to the Mining Recorder  for Certilicatesof Improvements for the pnrpose of obtaining Cro-wn'Grants to the above  hclaims. a.    :���- -  * ; ��� ���  ��� '������- aa  And further take notice that actions,'under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of.such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 10th dav of December, 1903.������';.-'vw  I. h. hallbt: '  East.  Winnipeg  Toron to.  Ottawa.  i Montreal .  i New York  West.  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  via Soo Pacific I/inb.St.' Paul  Chicago, and all U. S. points.  :S. S. Seryice From  Vaneouver  i to   ';"~   ;  i *  ' AT-ASKA, JAPAN, CHINA, HAWAII,  ; 'AUSTRALIA  Through bookings toEugland and the Con  t(uent via all S. S. line  ,! For complete information and ftjrth-'  e'rparticulars  apply,to local agents'or  |  E. R. REDPATH, Agent/;  Greenwood.  B. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER;"  A:GiIVA?,-Vancon ver**--���-���~- ��� D.PfAv-Kelsou  FOR SALE  Cigarettes  A choice line of the above good just  ���    received.  ��� ���.���  Eowney'St  iUi!$on Bros*,  and  Stewart's  &boeofa!e$  3ust arrived  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  B. B. Iftunroe  Copper Street.  Transfei of License  Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date  I intend to apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the city of Greenwood for a  irarsfer of the liquor license now held by me lo  'iilbert Gnndcreon for the premises known as  the Victoria Hotel, situate on Lot 2* block 12,  Copper street -Greenwood.  C. SCOTT GALLOWAY.  Dated December 26th 1903.  Well Known  StockJaMh  | 640 ACRES  50 ACRES ih Timoffif and Grasses  100 Feet Hay and Catllc Sheds  35 Acres flog Pasture, hog proof  fence, creek running" through  YOUNG ORCHARD, just coming  into bearing.;  BARNS all floored. -  UNLIMITED money in HOGS.  CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.  BERRIES grow to perfection,-  bringing $2 to $3 a crate.  , UNLIMITED RANGE for  horses  and cattle.  If you want rosy cheeks and a fat  purse raise stock, the healthiest vocation and the Boundary is positively  the best market iu the world. This is  practically the BEST STOCK RANCH  in Southern British Columbia for the  money.  Inquire at TIMES office or  STOOKE BROS., 4 miles  North of Midway.  EAGLE    HALL  Kecently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :     ���  C. VV. WILSON,   Secretary.  MINBRAlrACT 1896: ^ '    ''  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.    ...-.;...        ,-'  "Caletfoiia"' and '���'Gol'd-'fiollaF Fractional" :!  mineral claims, situate in the Greenwood Mia- j  lug Division of Yale District. Where located : j  On Horse-sboe Mountain, Main  Kettle River.  TAKE 'NOTICE tha t we Alex; Waddell^E.  Sullivan and M. McMynn, Free .Miner's Certificate Nos. B80,266; 1180,263, and B80.182 respectively, intend, isixty days :'lrom ' the date  hereof to apply ; to the Mining- Recorder  for,Certificates, of.Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- Crown' Grants of the above  claims.  Ar.d..further .take noticeathat actions, under  section 37, must be commenced' beforeiH�� Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  DatedThis 7th day of September,' A;D.,l9flCfc  MINERAL ACTr^rv  Cei^ficate of ll^SViiKir^"  NOTICE." .������������������--.'������.-  "Alice" aud^.Phoebe".Mineral.Claitns situate.  in the Kettle River Mining- Dl vision'bf'Tal*'-  Dlatrict.   Where Located:  Near to Baker'  ,. Creek. :"��� -.-';��� ���    .-���   A  ��� Ai       ���- ,'  :*   .- !  :"'if s ��?vi- *        V  Taeb Notice that .we, David McBrlde,'Ji|mee :  O.   McMynn and'M. McMynn'V Ereo fiijfer's":  certificate "Nos. B41,&25fB41i964 -and:B54#B re-J  spectivcly, intend, sixty days  from  the data ;  here f, to   applyto. the  Mining-  Recorder fori  Certified tes oflmprovements, for the purpose of  obtaii. ng- Crown Giant of the above claim.  And farther take notice that action,  under-'  section 37, must be commenced before the is'  suance of Buch Certificate of Improvements.  ;   Dated'this 11th day of July, 1902.  David McBxidb, ���'.  Jambs G. McMtkx*  M. fclcMTMifr/Jw  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OP IMPROVEMENTS.  "-..- ..���*,��� \>-a"::;ifPTicET:~~~7:"^"i"^^  MAY DAT, DE^rVtBAIL, AND DIAMOND  JOE Fractional'Mineral' Clairr a, situate in  the Greenwood | JMiuiufT Division of Tale  Districts Wherelocated:" Between Greenwood and Summit camps. .  TAKE, NOTICE tljatl, IpaacH^ Hallett. as  agent'for Jane-Russell,"' Frse Minor's  Cartificate ' No. B553?3,-fWelHng-toU: Elson, Fre��  Micer's Certificate No. B55333, a*�� Evan  Parry,''  Free' -' iMlu'er'd   .^'Certificate      No.  B80121,       intend   ...   sixty  days  -    from  the date, hereof, ,.to apply, to the Mining  Recorder for Certificates'of Improvements, for  the purpose, of obtaining Crown Grant* of the  above claims.  And .further Urte notlce..tbat ..actions, ����der  Section 37, must b�� commenced before tha Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  t: Dated this 30tb day of November, A.D. 1903.  *Mar4 t. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL *ACTT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ���'RICHELIEU-'Mineral Claim, sltuaw   a MM  Greenwood Mining DivUlcA of Yale District.   Where located.:   On Noise Creek ea  West Fork.o^J5Jttle River  William WelltofttnCtaijfilRrMMliier'sCertificate No. B8022%: iBUfijd^ljcty; d*y> from the  date hereof, to zMffr the xinifeglRecorde  for a certificate of,; Improvement!!, for the  purpose of obtaining crowngrant of tlis abave  claim. ..��� ..... t      ....   ,  And farther talcs notice,that ��xttpa,��nd��r  section 37, must be commenced "befera, tlie Issuance of such certificatesiof Improvements.  Dated the 30th day of October, A.D. 1903.;  Jan. 31  1. H. HALIiETT.  MlflERAl^CT;;  Certificate of ImBroveraeoti^  NOTICE.  CITY   OF   PARIS   Mineral '.Claim. Jsltnate^  in     the     Greenwood    Mining' Division*".,  of Yale District.   Where located:   OaWal.:  lac* Mountain.  .TAKE NOTICE that"!, Isaai: H^kallett,*-  Free Miner's Certificate No.. B 80140, iutend, '-  Sixty days from the date hereof, to apply 'to the *  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve. !'  stents for the pnrpose of obtaining a Crown :  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under '���'.  section 37, must be commenced before ihe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Datftd this 1st day of September,-A. D��� 1903..:'  Jan. 15 I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE  NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN    THATX  sixty days after date we intend to'.apply *  to th; Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works u  for permission to purchase the follpwlpg de-.',  scribed lands:   Commencing at the northwest '-  corner of lot No. 2036; thence west along north '  boundary of lot No. 849: thence to th�� eajtline .  of lot No. 2337; thence north along east line of  lot   2337, lo the  southwest corner of lot 2336;  tbence east along- south line of lot No. 2336, to  the   northwest  corner   of   lot  No. 848;'thene��  south along west bonndarv of lot  No. 848, to  point of commencement, containing aboat 14T  acres.  ROBERT HAMILTON-.-.-  SAMUEL   G. STOOKE.  Dated the first day of January, 1904. x tub KBOUNBAKy   CREEK   TIMES  0  . fit* til'.   ��*��� \l  ass^ssss  iiTitiiTtfT^  &  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.;  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  j .     AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC-  FRED BT HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large  warehouse for storing goodi.'-"  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERSr  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assay'ei* and .Chemist. -  Control Assays a Specialty.  '  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  ; w\Lisoti&co.:' '.''  Merchant Tailors: Greenwood, Si  "aa. BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W. FRAWLEY.OPrdp.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.    Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Street''   -     Greenwood, B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT A SHAW  Barristers, SoiicitORS,  NOTARIBS PUBLIC.  Caiiie Address:    : HAI.I.BT-]  \ Bedford M'Neill's '���  Codes  Leiber's.  I. It. HALLETT  , Moreiugr & Neal's  (-  "    "  QjfEEAIWOOD,  0. O.  B. C. SHAW.  M��LEOD A BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  .,      -Notaries Public, Etc  Offic&sfWallace-Miller block. Copper street'  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R.Brown.  J. P. McLeod.  r  ARTHUR M.WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  THE   (MiDffit  BANE  OF  Repott of the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Share"  holders, Tuesday, 12th January, 1904  The thirty-seventh annual 'meeting of the shareholders of The Canadian  Bank of Commerce was held in "the banking house on Tuesday, 12th January.  1904, at 12 o'clock.   '    '  The president, Hon; George A. Cox, having taken the chair, Mr. F. G.  Jemmett was appointed to act as secretary, and Messrs. Melfort, Boultou and  E-Cronyh were appointed scrutineers.  The president called upon the secretary to read the Annual Report of the  Directors, as follows:  REPORT  - The directors beg to present to the shareholders the thirty seventh annual  report, covering the year ending 30th November, 1903, together with  tlie usual  statement of assets and liabilities:"  The balance at credit of Profit a.nd Loss Account brought forward  from last year was..,...;..; ���< ��� ���' $   152,821 07  Surplus derived from purchase of assets of  the Halifax  Banking  Company, as per statement at foot, is      .............;.............,.:....        293,028 38  Net profits for the year ending 30th November, after providihg for  all bad and doubtful debts, amounted to...       ' 1,004,217 31  HSSH  HSBSKJ  Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days  For several mouths our younger  brother had been troubled with'indigestion. He tried several remedies  but got no benefit from them. We purchase J some of Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablels and he commenced  taking them. Lnside of thirty days he  had gained thirty pounds iu flesh.  He is now fully recovered.���HOLLEY  Bkos., Merchants, Lon^ Branch, Mo.  Fur sale by J. L. White Greenwood and  A. F. Thomas Midway.  $1,450,066 76  Which has been appropriated as follows: .  Dividends Nos. 72 and 73, at 7 per cent per annum:  For the year on $8,O00,C00... : -...!- $560,000  For six mouths on $700,000 new stock..    24,500  t$ 584,500 00  Transferred to Rest Account, after the amalgamation  with   the'  Halifax Banking Company!...:;: ....-.....'..::  500,000 00  Written off Bank Premises ..::       , ...r....... 185,007 62  Transferred to Pension Fund (annual contribution)        15,000 00  Balance carried forward ...........;....; ;   165,559 14  $1,450,066 76  THE  RESULT   OF   THE   PURCHASE   OF. THE   ASSETS   OF   THE  HALIFAX BANKING' COMPANY IS AS FOLLOWS :.'  $1,039,028 38  Surplus of assets over liabilities,^ our re-valuation...... ..  Paid to shareholders in cash ..:..v. .....:. S  Transferred to Pension Fund to provide for claims of the  staff of the Halifax Banking,Company '..', ..........  Credited to Capital Account for 14,000 shares new sto :k  issued to the shareholders of the Halifax Banking  company... ..;... ...;........; ; "-'.: :. ,-.;  ��� ���   Balance transferred to Profit arid  Loss Account..  6,ono 00  40,000 00  . 700,000 00  ���746,000 00  . $   293,028 38  CHARLES A E. SHAW,  Civiij Engtneek, ���  ' '  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire. -  Telephone No. 32.  QREENWOOO.   :      :      :      :   B.   O.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Ainlng ani Engineering Surveys.  V     '���������������.r   .Uniefground Work a Specialty.  Wood BlockYnext Customs office.)  ...DRINK  The entire assets of the bank have been, as usual, carefully re-valued, and  all bad and doubtful debts amply provided for.  The directors have to report another satisfactory year in the matter of  profits, and after adding to the ordinary earnings of the bank the premium  arising from, the new stock issued to the shareholders of the Halifax Banking  Company, namely, $293,02838, we havejbeen able to add $500,000 to the Rest  and to write off Bank Premises the suni of $185,007.62.  Daring the yearthe Bank has opened new branches as follows: Iu Ontario,  at Rainy River; in Manitoba, at Elkhorn,'North Winnipeg, and Portage la  Prairie; in the Northwest Territories, at Innisfail, Ponoka, Prince Albert, Reo  Deer, and Regina; in British Columbia, at East Vancouver; and in Nova Scotia,  at Sydney. It has also assumed the offices of thj Halifax Banking Company  at the following-places:"-;Sackville and St.; John, in New Brunswick; and  Amherst, Antigoiiish, Barrihgtdh, Briagewater, Canning, Halifax, Lockeport,  Lunenburg, Middleton, New Glasgow, Parrsboro', Shclburne, Springhill,Truro,  and Windsor, all in Nova Scotia. The branch at Lockeport, N.S., taken over  from the Halifax Banking Co., and that at Sandon, B.C.,.haye been closed.  The various, branches, agencies and ; departments of the bank have been  inspected dur'tng'the year.  The directors have again pleasure in recording their, appreciation of the  efficiency and zea.1 with which the officers of the bank have performed their  respective duties.   -  For Sale Cheap.  A irood set ot  No.  5 sleigbs.   Inquire of  Tavlor, Commercial Hotel. F,1ioJt B. C.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T.1AT Application will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of British Columbia  al the present session thereof by the G anby  Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power  Conipmiy. Limited, for an act lo amend the said  company's special act o�� incorporation being  chapter 75 of the acts of the said Legislative  Assi mbly, 1901, so as to empower the said company to d ri ve or construct a tunnel or tunnels  under, through or in the nioutitainon which the  mines of thesaid company at Phoenix, in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale district,  are located. The portal or portals of said tunnel or tunnels to be at some point or ooiuts on  the side or base of said mountain to be seleeted  by said company from which point or points  the said tunnel or tunnels may be driven or  constructed through any crown lauds or any  occupied or unoccupied lands, pre-emptions or  mineral claims of any person or persons, company or companies situate on or in said mountain, to and into the mines or mineral claims of  said company; with power to construct, equip  and operate a line or lines of tramway in said  tunnel'and to transport ore aud other freight  thereover; with liberty to enter into agreements  with the owners of mineral claims or mines  through which such tunnel: or tunnels ina3'be  driven, ior the transportation of their ore or  o'.her freight for hire, aud with the further  power to acquire by purchase expropriation or  otherwise that portion of the lands through  which such tunnel or tunnels shall be driven as  shall be actually occupied by sucli tunnel and  required to protect from injury the walls, roof  and floor thereof; and further to acquire by  purchase, expropriation or otherwise such lands  adjacent to or in the neighborhood of the portal  or portals of such auiuel or tunnels as said  company may deem requisite for tbe erection,  equipment and operation thereon of works for  the milling, smelting, refining or otherwise reducing or treating ores or minerals, and for the  purpose of providing dumping grounds for the  waste rock, tailings, slags, or other waste  materials resulting from the company's operations, and also such lands or other property'  aud rights as may be injuriously affected by  the company's undertaking aud work6.j>''  Dated November 25th, 1003. --  D. WHITESIDE,  Grand Porks, B/G'..'     ���*.  jan8 ���:������' Solicitor for Applicants.  COMMERCIAL HOTEL  RE-OPENING OP  DINING  ROOM ...  The Dining Room has lately been refitted and refurnished  and will be run in first-class style.  and  EVERYTHING   IN   SEASON  Meals 35 cents.  Special rates to steady boarders  ^TOimmmro^  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Iii the Superior Couif of British Goliif bia  In therMiatter of theLand Registrj|Act  and Amending Xcts/'  Cr*  Cr*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, al! paid up, $13,973,560.  .$10,000,1)00.  President.   Lokd Stkathcona and Moont Royal.  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkorge A. Dkummond.  General Manager :   E, S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ c^e? V&JKL}  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers  Travellers* Credits, available in any part 'of the world.  New York, Chicago.  ; Grant Commercial an  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager  S3  'S3  P  ;AKK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Incproorated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,700,000.       -      Rest, $3,000,000  ':���;"'   :'Cv  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  W. ALLISON,  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  Tprpnto, 12th' January, 1904.  GEOKGE A. COX,  President.  Oil  A LIFE  On sale at all the hotels.  GENERAL    STATEMENT  ������"���'   30th November, 1903.  LI ABILITIES  67  Notes of the Bank in circulation .' /.-   ���  Deposits not bearing interest :.'  $17^323,760  Deposits bearing interest, including interest accrued  to date 'v. ...,- L.a:.:.  45,459,894 80  S 7,880,547 68  Balances due to t>lher bunks in Canada..:....   Balances due to other banks in foreijfucountries.   Dividends  unpaid     .-.. '��� ....���...:....   Dividend No. 73, payable 1st December'..:....- .'..'.: :   Capital paid up ...$8,700,000 00  Rest''.:���    3,000,000 00  Balance of Profit and Loss Account carried forward...      165,559 14  2,783,655 47  138,820 91  367,407, 45  1,398'67  504,500 00  BOTTLED BY  JAmESrM'CREATH  Bottlers of Fine Lager Beer and  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Carbonated Beverages.  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  11,865,559 14  883,341,889 32  ASSETS  Coiu and bullion..  Donii.iioii notes...  ..S2',564,064 39  . 3,367,241 75  The  iargest   hotels  and finest  ...   residences in B.C. were fur-  :;:      nished by us throughout  WE1LERBR0S.  -S 5,931,306 14  Deposits  wilh Dominion   Government  for securi'v  of  note circulation : ."  391,400 00  Notes of and checks on other batiks  3,464,629 89  Balances due by other banks, in Canada  18,905 19  Balances due by agents.in Great Britain  3,409,164 94  Balances due by agents of th-3 bank and other bank's in  foreign  countries   :  913,772 21  Government bonds, municipal, and other sjcurities  6,958,076 23  Call and short-loans...  9,908,590 61  ��30,995,845 21  Other cufetu loans and discounts  50,584,275 94  Overdue debts (loss fully provided fori        353,474 02  Real estate (other than bank premises)  167,307 99  Mortgages - ...'���       166,056 93  Bank premises... ,...t    1,000,000 00  Other assets     74,929 23  $83,341,889 32  AND IN THE MATTER OF. AN A.PP-LI-  caliou by the Granby Consolidated Mining  and Smelting Company, Limited, and the  Granby Consolidated Miniii-f. Smelting and  Power Company, Limited, for liberty to  amend or alter a plan ot survey of a subdivision of lots eiplit lnuidred and ninety-  four (89+), nine Hundred and twenty-two(922),  nine hundred and tliirty-tliree (933), and five  hundred &ndei|{iity-iiiiie(589). groupone (1),  Osoyoos Division of Yale district, in the  Province of liritish Columbia, deposited in  the Laud Registry office.  I?eiof.At��EilSo��o��  The Chief Justice \of ��ctoucr, *��� �����-"<�����  Upon tlie application of the Granby Consolidated Mining- and Siueltiug Company, Limited  and the Granby Consolidated Mi nhif, Smelting  and Power Company, Limited, upon hearing  read the affidavit of George XV. Wooster, sworn  herein ou the 13th day of September, 1901, aud  the exhibit therein referred to and duly filed,  the affidavit of Oren B. Smith, sworn herein  the 13th day of September, 1901, as ,to the service aud publication of tbe summons herein,  and upon heanng Mr. J. A. Macdonald of  counsel for the applicants:  It is ordered that the said Granby Consolidated Mininp aud Smelting Company, Lin- ited,  and the Granby Consolidated Mining. Smelting  and Power Company, Limited, be at liberty to  amend and alter the said map or survey of a  subdivision of lots eight hundred and ninety-  four [894J, nine hundred and twenty-two (922),  nine hundred and thirly-lhi-ce [933], and five  hundred aud eifrhty-niuc [j89], group one [1],  Osoyoos division of Yule district, in the Province of British Columbia, deposited in the  -Land Rcgislry-ofBce at,the^Citys���,f^Kamloops,  in the said Proviuce and therein numbered  sixlv, 60. sneh subdivision being commonly  known as"Phoenix Old LrousidesSubdivision,"  by straightening out Old Ironsides avenue  mentioned and shown ou said plan or survey  by continuing the said stieet or avenue from the  northwest corner ot lot fourteen, 14, in block  twelve, 12, as shown on the said plan or survey,  i ti tne same straight line as that portion of the  said street or avenue which lies to the east of  the said northwest comer of said lot fourteen.  14, as shown on said plan or survev, by altering  aud amending the measurements and sizes of  lots fifteen, IS, to twentv-ninc, 29, inclusive in-  said block twelve, 12, accordingly, and by cancelling such portion of the said plan or survey  a.s subdivides any part or said subdivision, or  lauds lying to the south of such portion of said  street or avenue proposed to be altered and  amended, such alterations and amendments  being more particularly shown in red ink on a  blue print of thesaid plan or survey altered and  amended as sought in this application, marked  as exhibit "A" to an affidavit of George. XV.  Wooster sworn.herein and duly tiled:  And it is further ordered that saidGranbv  Consolidated Mining and Smelting Conipativ,  Limited, and the Granbj- Consolidated Mining,  Smelting and Power Company. Limited, be at  liberty to file or deposit the same map or plan  as amende.I i it the Land Registry ollice at the  City of Kamloops aforesaid, and that the ttegis  trar of Titles at the said Land Rpgistry ollice  do forthwith after the expiration of the' period  hereinafter mentioned, which application maybe made to set aside this order, amended and  alter said registered map or numbered sixty, 60,  in said Latin Registry office in accordance with  this order;  And it Is further ordered that a copy of this  order be inserted once a week for four cotisecu-  tivo weeks iu the Boundary Creek Times, published at Greenwood, in the district in which  the Slid lands mentioned in the said plan are  situate:  And it is further ordered that any person oi  persons, linn or firms, corporation or corpot  ations, interested iu the subject matter of this  order may be at liberty to move before a judge  of this Court In Chambers to set aside this order  at any time within one month from the first  publication hereof as aforesaid.  GORDON HUNTER,  janl-4t C. .1.  i  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America  Assur-  Co. of London, England. ance Co., of Toronto.  The  Canadian   Birkbeck   Investment and Savings Co.  t  Liverpool   and   London   and  Globe Insurance Company.  \f  MINES.        x/      STOCKS,       -      -REAL"ESTATE. ��� ���  w5^8��XgK^:&��m.'Si^^  B.  VICTORIA. B.  <��M*^>^^,^!,**********,*��>***>*  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything'First Class-  THE SWAYNE  HOUSE,  Silver Street, ��  Greenwood,  GRANDFORKSv-PHOENlX-GREENWOOB  BAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6ja. in.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  LeavescGrandjForks 3.45 -p. ni.. Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare-Grand Forks 53.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix SI.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rales  made known at office.  .      J. F. ROYER, Manager.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  N BREWERY  PORTMAN  .^<>44-^4^��h><��^>3m^>x^:~:~:~>*��>  E. WALKER.  General Manager.  The motion for the adoption of the report was then put and carried.  The resolutions, expressing- the thanks of the shareholders to the President,  Vice-President, and Directors, and also to the General Manager, Assistant  General Manager, ant' other ufticers of the bank, were uiianiinotis.ly carried.  Moved by Dr. Hoskin, seconded by A. Kinsman, Esq.:  That the meeting do now proceed to elecL Directors  for the cotniny  .vear,  and that for this purpose the ballot box be opcued and remain open  until three  o'clock this  day, the poll to  be  closed, however, whenever rive minutes shall  have  elapsed without a  vole  being- tendered, the result of the election to be  I reported by tlie scrutineers to the General Manager.  The meeting then adjourned.  The scru tineers subsequently reported the following gentlemen to be elected  as directors for the ensuing year:  Hon. Ge>rge A. Cox, Robert Kilgour, W. B. Hamilton, M. Leggat, James  Crathern, John Hoskin, K.C, L.L.D., J. W. Flavelle, A. Kingman, Hon. L.  Melvin-Jone;., Frederic Nicholls.  At a met ting of the newly-elected Board of Directors held subsequently;  Hon. G. A. Cox was elected President, and Mr. R. Kilgour Vice-President.  ansa  FOR RENT���Boarding house convenient to the smel'.er. Apply at the  pretnires opposite Lion Bottlihg works  or to the  Bealey   Investment & Trust  compativ.  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  J t i  w  \  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops. Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  JEEgaBH^SBSffit^HER^SEi-rSSi^HSiX x na BOUNDARY CREEK' TIM$S  -��� aO<K>0<><><K><>OOCWM>CCK><X>00<><VO  S LOCAL   EXTRACT J  c *  '. - CKXXK>0000-CK>0<XX>CK><><>0<KX><>0  John     Ross   of   Edmonton   ,vas   a  Visitor Wennesday.  William   Delahv  of   Phoenix  was a.  sitor 10 the city today.  F. M. Elkins has returned from a  easiness visit to Ross'mid.  C. P. McQueen of Calgary raid Uie  I.' 'iindary ;i visit this weeK.  The Elkhorn this week shipped a car  i nw to the Green wood .-mellor.,  Hi^hefrl price paid for   fiirml lire and  ��� lives at Clint's, i.ippositr: fjavilio hotel.  .lames McNicol of Midway returned  i ;oin a business trip to   the  coast   this  -.vi;ck.  James    >Incgr��:gor,    provincial    injector of mines,   was   in  Greenwood  ��� isterday.  Bob Perry arrived from Camp Mc-  : inney Wednesday and will remain in  v.reenvvood all winter.  Mr. ,-uid Mr.s. Frank Kichtcr of  i-'ereiiieos were visiting friends in  v-Crjuenwood this week.  E. ,!. Wilson, manager of the North-  i oi't -smeller, visited Greenwood the  i. trly part of the week.  13. G. Warren and J. P. Myers-Gray  '.oft on Tuesday to attend the conservative convention at Kamloops.  The Union Meat company are build-  l;'ig- a two-story ice house and cold  : ioragc at the rear of their market.  James Dallas, formerly with H. B.  -Inddeu iu the Pacific bote', arrived in  Greenwood Wednesday from Montana.  M. Edgren, formerly employed at the  ���Mother Lode mine, is taking a winter  .otir.se at the Pullman Agricultural  .college.  A social dance will   be hclti at  the  ��� Jcadwood   school   house    on Friday  ,-ight, January   29.    Proceeds go   towards a library for the school.  The   attendance   at   the Greenwood  ; ublic schools is rapidly increasing and  .;..>. all probability another  teacher  will  .^.Lve tu be engaged in a shurt time.  ��� George C. McLaughlin, who was de-  I'eated in Greenwood three weeks ago  by Mike O'Neil, won two out cf the  til ree falls from Devamiey at Spokane  inst Thursday night.  ���'."'��� Last week the Union Meat company  received two carloads of fat cattle and  ' a car ui: sheep from Alberta. The  ��� stock will be slaughtered as needed for  .-their Boundary  markets.  i���W_ti.-. McMynn.--K.-0.-D-.--I.-; rl th.-W-  Cboksou'and H. W. Falconer will represent the Greenwood Curling Club at  ��� le Kootenay bonspiel 'which opet ������in  " Revelstoke on Monday next.  Next Monday will be the 145th a -i-  versary of the birth of Robert Burns,  i lie Scottish bard. The newly organ-  i/.ed Caledonia Society of Grand Forl-s  ,;ives a banquet at the Yale hotel th�� :  ��� ���vening.  The Hyas Skookum Club held their  monthly dance Wednesday evening in  Miller's hall.    The -dance  was  in  the  A Noted Tourist  R. A. kobinson, who left Greenwood  about eighteen   months ago,  returned  Monday. . t-ince leaving the Boundary  camp     lie    has    traveled    extensively  through     California,    Oregon,    Utah.  Colorado,     Arizona,     Old    and    Ne"-  Mexicos.    Mr. Robinson is a friend of  Teddy Roosevelt,   and  wears today  a  hat   presented   him  by  the   presidont  wW-c   they   were   at    Grant's    Pass'.  Oregon.    He  also   rode   on   the   aame j  Pullman as the great sing artist Patti, j  but the singer happened to be inside of j  Hie coach and Bobby  underneath.    He  will remain here all winter.  Going to Regina  McKenzie, Hambly & Co., the well-  known firm of dressmakers and  milliners, intend moving . to Regina  about the 15th of next month. McKenzie, Hambly <�� Co. have been ' in  business in Greenwood for four years,  and during that time they fully demonstrated their expert knowledge of both  departments of their business. They  leave Greenwood with the good wishes  of all and the ladies who have a fondness for good wearing apparel tastily  made, regret their departure. The  temptation to invade the rapidly'grow-  ing Northwest capital was too strong,  however, aud they decided some time  ago to get into the larger city. They  are sure to do a big business there.  The Best Remedy for Croup  Tins is ihe season when the woman  whi> knows th* best remedy for croup is  in demand in every neighborhood.  One of the most lerrinle. things in the  v-.oiid is.lo be awakened in the middle  of (he.night of the night by a whoop  from one of the children. The croup  remedies are almost vis sure le be lost  in case of crouo, as a levolver is sure to  be lost in easeof burglars. Then' used  '" be an old fashioned remedy lor  croup, known as hive syrup, hut some  modern mothers suy that Chi-.mher-  Inin's Cough Remedy is better, and  does not cost so much. It ciusec the  patient to "throw up the plegin"  <l nicker, and gives relief  in a shorter time.        Give  this remedy as soon as the croiipy  cony h appears and it will prevent the  attack. It never fails and is pleasant  and .safe lo lake. For -sale by J. L.  White Greenwood and A. F. Thomas  Midway. :"  A Narrow Escape  Sam Strong, au old miner of the  Boundary, who owns several claims on  the Colville Indian reservation, about  two miles southeast of Midway, is lucky  to be alive today. Two weeks ago  while cutting a small tree near the entrance of the t'uinel on the property,  he slipped, went over the precipice, and  fell a distance of 65 feet, lighting on a  pile of rocks. He afterwards walked to  his cabin, remained there for a few  days, and then came to Greenwood,  and is now under medical attendance.  The doctor says no bones arc broken,  the only fracture being flesh separating  from the bones. He is doing splendid  and will be able to return home in a  couple of weeks.  mature of a farewell party to  Mrs. and  Miss McKenzie who are leaving short] v  - ior Regina.  A meeting will be held at  Sidley to-  . morrow to  elect  permanent officers of  i .ic Liberal association recently organ-  y.ed there.    Duncan Ross, the   Liberal  i_.:imlidatc. will be present and   address  . liie meeting.  King Rees, manager for P. Burns &  Go. at Phoenix, has accepted a position  in the head  office  in   Greenwood.    He  ..as taken Mr. Greiger's house ou gov-  , t rnmeut street and will move herewith  '. 'lis family next mouth.  James Smith, who was confined to  lie hospital for a few weeks with  evere eye trouble, is out aud about  gain. Jim's lame eye couldn't with-  land the good   treatment at  the   hos-  ital and i.s now on shift again doing:  is share of the work.  The   E.   P.    U.   mines    tliis    week  nipped   2-s   tons   of   ore   to   the Hall  -���lines smeller.    A .55 ton car   is  being  ��� laded from the same mines and will  e shipped early next week tothe same  meller.    Another car will   be  sent  to  ���:ie Greenwood smeller. The ore is  high grade'and will run over $100 to  .lie ton.  A.   W.   English   of tlie Cunningham  Electric company, returned   to  Greenwood on   Wednesday   accompanied   by  ..Irs. English.   Although Mr. English's  Miipaiiy is doing a  large   business   in  ���klmonton he has decided to reside here  or some   lime,  the  Northwest   winter  eitig much severer than   that  of  the  .-.lotindary.  A very exciting game of hockey look  ��� lace at  tlie   Greenwood   skating   rink  "i'ne.sday night   between   a   team   composed of Phoenix Eagles and one from  ��� lie local aerie.    Il was all off   with the  :ome team from the start, for Phoenix  e.nnc down armed with a piper.    From  - iie time the game started until finished  ��� lie   Eagles   dew   at   the   puck as if it  ere a chicken, and  some   great  acro-  .i.atic work was  done on  the   ice.    At  ''-. ,ie rail of time    Phoenix   was  ahead,  .ie score being 7 to 5.  Business Sold  The business which has beeu carried  on for some time under the name of the  Greenwood Liquor company, has be-ti  purchased by James McCreath of the  Lion Bottling Works. A. R. Shewan  of Montreal, who was interested in the  Liquor company, was here this week  iu connection with the transfer. Mr.  McCreath will continue the business at  'lii'vY'"'"preiiijisei oil tiovet'ilincht: street.  He will also run the bottling works on  Gold street. R. Greiger, who was manager of the Greenwood Liquor company  for several years, is arranging with  the Pabst Brewing company to take  charge of their agency al San Francisco. This is one of the best positions  in the service of the. big brewing company. Mr. Greiger was Pabst's agent  here, lu, his numerous dealings with  the hotel men and other business men  of the Boundary district Mr, Greiger  was always fair and courteous and his  many friendsrwhileregretting^his departure, are congratulating him upon  his probable appointment to such an  important and lucrative position. He  does not expect to leave here before the  middle of February, as he has considerable business to wind up.  J.  GODRLAY  LANG  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  AND  CHEMIST  X  Successor    lo    Walter    E.    Segsworth  Control Assays a Specialty  Ore Shipments to Local Smelters Carefully Attended to.  aaj&zM^.; BOUNDARY-VALLEY   LODGE  :V,<K  No. 38, I. 0.0. F.  Meet;  eery  Tuestlav  Evetjin.i: at 300 lu. the  I.. O. 0. F. Hall.     A'cordial invi tation is ex  tended K' all sojourning bretliern.  F,. Fovi.r Smith. Fs-ed B. Holmes.  N. O. Rc-e.-Pec.  _^����6:6igigigi��giSg!g!&6:g!a����a@@Q'��, '���=  Blank Books!  c^������#a��a#��j����tt#jt��Q09eft0��a^  Just for a Change  Some Lake Winnipeg  Ledgers  Journals  Cash Books  Minute Books, Etc.  Office and Pocket Diaries for 1904 I  A complete line of office requis  ites always in stock.  COLES & FRITH I  ���      -v   . "...    , #  Successor to J. It. Coles. '  jffi  Books. Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  $  w  *#  Burrill the Choice  Kamloops, January 21.���The Conservative convention was held here today and resulted in the nomination of  M. Burrill of Grand Forks as the Conservative candidate. Three nominations were received, viz: M. Burrill of  Grand Forks; J. T. Robinson of Kamloops, and W. Shatford of Vernon  The first ballot resulted in Shatford receiving 144 votes; Burrill 110, and  Robinson 54. Robinson was dropped  and a second ballott gave Burriil 1G7  and Shatford 138. Bntrill's nomination was made unanimous on motion  of Shatford, seconded by Robinson.  Try the O. K. barber shop for electric, medicated, vapor or sulphur  baths.  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.  ��:��x����:-X"X->X":-:~:-:"; >'X~x~x~x~>  i ta 7.11 ivuiDfi I  1  x  X  I  I  IV  !  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES'SHARPENED.  PAINTING AND-  SIGN WORK.  Copper St.    Greenwood.  ���K��w->*>,!">H����>'y/'>��<:"K/��-w-  I  V  y  y  I  S.BARRY YUILL  BUY   NOW  TOMORROW  MAY BE TOO LATE  Having secured aii option on International Coal and Coke Company's  shares I will sell same at market  quotations. Tliis is a jrood buy.  Money invested today might place,  you on the suuuyside ��I Ea*y street  tomorrow. Crow's Nest share' aro  quoted at S102. Four years aj,'o they  sold at 9 cents.  5 P. W. McLAINE  Real Estate and Insurance  Cupper Street,      -    ���'-"'    Ukbexwooii  ji1 if *? jf J? I?,*? fi tf K" |P |P J? Jf Jf  3?  a'  *  �� ,      ������     , !������   t:���   * THE OLD  RELIABLE  * MEAT CO!    Phone 2  *������ ,'��� ."��������� " *  * ���. ' '.,-.;... a  At all Our Markets  P. Burns & Co.  9  e  *  e  o .  o  a.  ��  ��  ' ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  0  ��  ft  0  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ���ft  ft  ft  ������-ft  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER     . AN��  .JBWKLLER."  All work guaranteed . GREENWOOD.  DR. MATHISON  DJ5NTIST  Naileu-Floud Block, Greenwood. I!. C.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  ./'���'  " liI/OBI?" mineral Claim situate in the Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale District.  Where located: on Horseshoe MoiniUiiu, on  Main Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Isaac H. Ha'.lelt, as  A [rent for James Anderson. Free Miners'  ('cililicate No. B7535V, iuteud. sixty days from  Ihe date hereof, to apply tc the Miliing Recorder  tor a Certificate of Improvements, for lh<"- pur-  p.isp.^ob^ahij^iirjvCrown i.!rant of. tlie above  'iil'aim. "��� "     -: ""    ���   " ~      :1  And further lake   notice,   that   action, under  section 37. must be commenced before   the issuance of. such Certificateof lni|iiovemeiits.  '���   lated this 12th dav of December. A. D., 19n3.  nieli2S l. H. HAIyl.ETT.  OOO00-CK><K><>O<K><><X>O0<><>0<>O<K>0  THE  NEW  LEAP  The first of every year we  -make a resolution. It is a  resolve ' to make our Drug  Store in all 61 its departments better than ever before. It is our intentioti to'  make the year 1904 mark  another onward step in our  business career. We shall  continue our high standard  of quality in: every, line. We  shall aim to make our service the best possible in caring for your Drug Store needs?  TE  J #    Lit*  Druggist   -  Greenwood 6  6<H>CK>0<X>0<K>0<>0<>0<>0<>OCK><>000  Mmmtnmt?m?mmmmmrom?m?mmmmmmmmro!  Y  1  BLANK BOOKS  Journals, Ledgers, Indexes,  Cash Books, Counter Books,  Memos, Etc, in great variety  > DIARIES FOR 1904  OFFICE AND POCKET  Office Supplies  Shannon Files, Transfer Cases, Let^  ter Files* journal Caps, etc,  Everything to equip the office in  first-class shape  You will save money by dealing  with us,  Smith & McRae's?  Hooks. Walt Pater. Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34.  j��j  Copper Street,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ^iaiaiUiiiiiiiiiiiauiuaauaiJiiUiUiiiiiiiaiauiiaimiiUiii^  I must make room  for my large Spring  shipment, and have  slashed the prices  of all suits  TWEED SUITS  Selling now at  Now is the time to  look  irr niy f Si  , THE TAILOR  OPPOSITE    POSTOEEiCE  -^^:THE:^  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,  ��3-  ��K  MBALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  Charles R. 'Pittock,  ��  TRY  OUR  COFBEE  *Profxr.  t      -...���'' t  ��> ���  . i V  %B8S- ���  b   ������ ��� SS-- �������� -a i  I ��� "  "   LUY & UU  ���i  i DEALERS IN  I FURNITURE, *  f * t  I LINOLEUMS, ETC. J  V COPPERS STREET, GREENWOOH. f  4 ' ��� -    t  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  .      f          ���  *  _���___ ft  ��  ,.-��������� q  ��  ���et  FINANCIAL I MINING AGENTS  a  ......I   i. ������ _  ��-  �� ��  1   MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PUR-  |  | CHASED   OR HEVB1/OPED. ���' J  �� ��  Greenwood Liquor Co  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  WINES,   LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  Sole Boundary  Agents for t      .  Pabst Brewing Co's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer  Also Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages  DPINK IRON BREW, a Life Preserver  JAS. McCREATH, PR��P  GREENWOOD.  B. C.

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