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Array Il  ��  \\ !  AS  ^d'r3 '^i'Tu^-l  ^.^  I ill i n^wAi  -$f. ��$> ^ ^ /s  > r (-.  ijToir-.f  3'g^eenwo6p,!.b. c. friday; January^23,';190s.'  No.  22  ;;o  ��� Al Jkkj/1-  1 <R<��c -ewro1' -o-^-g*  Mr.'��Ftapanl Disposes oft  Mr.  Graves   and   Associates,  HavePboenix Franchise.  Who  ><K;��i^N>->".W<''^Xj"��;K.'..  ��'r..f%. >f>*>ri.- .'13->C��  * f". 4J: Finucane" has sold his interest  in theOreen-wood���Electric cowpanyto-  Jay.P^Grjaves^  com|^^^^r^8S:brigafiized'-.abbrit*-thriBe'  years ago by local capitalists including  Mfi FinucihM ajtdl Mes^.-f Duncan  Mcintosh, (|&f H|pWins')?a.L Wplchy.  J..W. Stey?a$t|aril'oth'erej \fs. powe.r.  plant was established and an excellent  light service furnished. All the original-owners except Mr.I-Finucane-sold  their holdings in the company to  Messrs. Price Bros. & Co., Quebec,  The service was extended to Phoenix  before .that/town . was .incorporated,  Shortly after incorporation Mr. Graves  aiid associates, secured, a, franchise  froni the city/.aiid took oyer the Phoe-  ni.\:portion of tlie Electric ICompany's  t}ii$Wi&s.- The.local.company continued   to   fiiiltiifeFir'ilipii'light   from   the  Grecnw:bodej?lant..iivp, .t.9.,,tt?!*:>Pr?s.??1.t:,  I^'t^fl@^^|i^flic6ssSry'' elec-^  Iricity will he purchased from J he Ca'sr  cade Pqvv^t.arid-Lig.ht .company:- with  Mipiri.Mr. Graves has" made.acohtractj  Jcjr 3,000 horse, power for use at th6  iffinewand ij'l\ewhere. '$$  -conditional upon the Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway company, organized''by  the  line  consequently the franchise held by the  Electric Company is.not now exclusive.  P. TJurtis Was Here.  ,"i''~'4~\'ii  >-X /���  Makiiies^Tour of Inspection of the  ,,_.JVJ��.._..,_:JiTiarious^Branches.^.^^^, :_  Coles $1.60; a watch, and about $15 at  the Alberta hotel and a suit of clothes  at .the.r Windsor.;-He entered M. E.  Frezee's apartments at the Wallace-  Miller block , about midnight.. ,;.Mr.  Fra zee' thinking a dog was prowling  'about "'got iip tb'scafe7liiin''a.way but  was ��� surprized ;to; finttj-ac-man'; going-  through' a: trunks The"' burglar lost no  time vfi; mab'ing his,,exit. ,.tWe&nesday  itnorriirig he soldia^suit of cjpthes to a  a'rrielier 'employee; |w/Lfterl u'hat the  police coiild; secureino trace? fof the unr  -.  *  .- -.:   ,ul-      "*  ���-���'   i ���  -'  '' -  - ���:   ;        -   '���'  *    ;; '  welcome visitor. ' '      .... .'j  Appeal i Allowed.  Hutchens.Wins in Full Court Ap-  ..... ::..;����� ,,.-,, peal;.;j-i^o: w^tf   :'������'.  McLeod iSi'Bro'wn, the barristers, this  week, received, a telegram from B. P;  Davis, >.K.0Q.,-,^yic.toriai:y.an��joittn(:ihg;  that the^ Full^Gbiir^Wa.'d'-'g^t'ed'' |the  appeal -in-the-case of- Hutchins-vs^the  B. C. Copper Company, Ltd. In June  last E/.'Hut'chins|; wfib ha'dy been^siiper-  intendent of the Mother Lode mine,  sued the-. company, for, da'ihages on ac-  count rofs .wrongful.; dismissal and ar-  rears'Sin, Ji^ages. ? The;.case was tried  before" Judge' Leainy and a jury, who  awarded hirii $175 damages for wrongi  ful dismissal, i(The judge set aside the  verdict of the jury and .ordered a new  trial. From this order an appeal was  (taken; w;hich as allowed by the Full  Court. McLeod. & Brown acted for  Hutchins and. T3.V.,, Davis,,-JC C. arT  gued the case before the Full Court.,  -���.  :;i;':;:;-/ ������ ."  ���<-:< auatA     -U-.H)       '    ���';'-.  Do you use Blue Ribbon Tea ?  ���  ;//That Withdrawal.     ':  ���To"^eJSditor:��� _ .. ���_^ '^. ;,^ew^,;_^..  ���-���:���.-.'.'-The best faid" schemt;s"bf mice and  jmen-aft gang.saglee."  The 'citizens of Greenwood  thought  ���they hiid^arraiiged a delectableii'inayor-  finaife'i'fbS ThtMdkyrStihffflSttS^iristi  ��,";.- !-f ,"W .-.-^ ��� \-j :^a- Si *vrag? iy'^if'-," {-'-i -^.  Something happened. All'was declared  'ofFi --��� Thejcitizeti public received no ex-  planation.-'"They v;had--tp be content  wi'tH Ith'ffl etfiuence| 6% angered ignorance.'411 -?ri-fi ry'  tz:  '" "It''^vas''nat'uraT"t8'be"'angry. To be  foiled is injury; to be ignored seems to  amount to insult. ._������'��  So it appeared' to,th4::wf.^er at firsts  ^himself one of the angered  multitude.  A little quiet,-ineditation\,has helped  .,hini.S( ft is plain'.that n'eifherca^didate  would   have   withdrawn'f-unless'   some  Interesting Events on lee  During the Week.    '  Sandon Team MakinffTour of Boundary Towns.  ,.-.*j.���v. ��*.���-.-,-.  m  THE SCOTTISH CURLERS IN CANAI>I.  extraordinary, ^unforseen-and~irresis-  tible circumstance had transpired.  Th�� viaear^sfe 'apprqach-to.a .big-'^.m��,   ��� Jrhe'^-respective.! candidate^'^reiitttar  Ere Noaih first his; gi^'gw/Sy;,cieai"ed|^'  Ae scratched'bis grizzly/.povvr-*-' t;>-^-  Saj's he, it's frost we're.bound ,to have  CTOhfen etidsthis'gfgar- big'ttibwe.  There's Japhet,   Shem, and  Ham, and  , --:.; H'-'tvPPi. !.  ,;-!/����� vOti - ! i-"A '.'  .,, -WfiV-1; j list* tnak' up'jthft rink.?  ���^e'.ve.beef andigreens.enough on board  ���iAiid^fortyjdays o';drink.i ���������  So twa and t-yya tjiecurling.stanes  He ranged up in his lee,  .Says;lie, if floods^aud! tire fail,���:���-���-.-��� >.  We'll fecht it at the tee.  ; > ' nI a.  Yoju munnabragiyour country big',!>  Wi' great, broad.wheaten plains;  Our country's but an auld corn rig ,���  ^r^iMang heSltlfer^whuis, and\stanef.  ^laife%^^ur'tra[i^:bld^woo(lsr'  ., ypurj aged, p.riincval..pine;    ,' ���.,- j,-^ {  Yon auld Scotch   Jir has heard the birr  O' curling ia'ng", la'ng-syrie.'  Aud whether it be "Soop us up,"  "Up han's," or ''Bide a wee,",  We'VeM:b:me^ffa���e^gttid>���a"ul^���'Scbtla1rid''������!  For to fecht you at the teev ��� ,,^. ^ .,   ���'->  -- '       ���       :      %-��!> gS?�� W    <)  Our stanes  have  heard; tthe>; ^Impliti'  'I            sound .                                   ' V;  <;- O' every Scottishijurti^llf i% -5  Aroun' our hamesf, fraesAilsk Craig, I)  ����� The seas o' Clyde did churn ; f.'  The Untie aiSfffie'iyel'IbvKyite        ��� 6  ,'. Have sungjwxthin our cowes.  For our broom it is the bonnie  broom)  V The broom o'.Cowdenkuowes.  We've come to wick and curl-in,   , ���:���  JTb'gaird a-tid-chap and lee; '    '\- ,"  In fact we've came frae Seotland. t! 0  \ For to fechf you for the tee.      '~ j;-  limit game for the lirst liitucji V]V.-IU*CS,  but the big ice sboii 'told'against" thc'in.'  The Greenwood team vvasj. (jomp-j.stjd ul-  Franl<?'i?ice"go;iiMlas' MoCreatb. Jr -.  point; E. G. Warren, cover point; 10.  W. Monk, centre; A. McMillan, r�� -"er;  Geo. iThoinsbii; right-wing; W. Tlbw-  arth,,left wing.. The team was: accompanied on the trip by A. M. Whiteside  the Vice-president of the club. The  visiters were hospitably entertained by  the Rossland' Hockey Club.  On; Monday evening the Sniidon  teaml who have been playing some  bnlHan.t ,.jiiajx}u:s. .in..Kqojtenaywj-o'x.ns  will, ���ihee,t the Greenwood team ;i.t"ih.e  local rink.  Curling.;  er'icaW'Hl-ulV'th'isfcbniVtry ah joys' is P.  Burns & Co. B::'. "A >< :i business^that  possesses many, cf the virtues of^Jie  ordinary trUst without attendant evils.  Courteous, obliging employes at all  points, good'isiyvice, gopd> meat^and  not exorbitant'? price's^wbuld'un* thein--  selves cover- up a- intiltitude'-',ofv sins.  p; Burns & Co! control the meat markets in a large portion of the Dominion  and are continWalp?g;pwing4,|Ij|i4 tt^e  Northwest, in the interior of British  Columbia^jSoiiftl&l Coast;-/and���Jven'Un  tb&f ftr off Yukdn- the-:.firm-:ite -doingif  not all',''at least the larger share of the  meat business.  Pl'BiirnV^Hte^lieud of'the. firm, was  here Uiis'VeeIc accompanied by ' Blake  WilSon-pf^Nelsou Mr.. Burns..makes  his headquarters at Calgary where has  a palatial^ residence. He is making a  tourWtlfe varies branches.' |He savs  thatl^SusincsSj i.< .fl'ourishijig* in;, the  Northwest and that settlers are pouring in there.  Mr. Burnsls also .heavily, interested  in ,{iiining;',iW' tliis' -'prbvince i>iit he is^  waiting for more favorable conditions  before ,.doij,ig( much\in the way, of:.de��"  tibnV rfesporisibiiity ari'd record a/e suf-  ficieet guarantees for that.    .*w^    .   -  ^.i<   -'-'-Vs ft.'--*  ���* AA-'-'- .(/���'-.>.   ,^"--'.^ -/I:;,V  ....   yi    >,'  f The -blarne lies;;'.^lsewhere_i<;;.1.^f the  citizens find out where it lies, it is to  be hoped they will know how to^treat  such interference, [iIf this city cannot'  choose its own:(* can'di'dattcs'l a'ha"' vote  i\ippn ^thgrn-j^it'; jts;^high;;tim^U;shvoul,d*  reckon with those who interfere with  their .inalienable rights as free born  British citizens.-  The .wri.er; is but a voter. He has  nofijisideykriowledge. But he is satis-���  there his,been-an':;autbcratic and unwarranted interference to prey.ent the  '"      "..'.,'.-  ���--      f'\.- ������ ' ; 'x I ') ��f    ^������, .  citizens  of  Greeiiwo6a from-' chosing  whom they would like tb be',t%ir chief  magistrate. '*"..'   -   ,-ClVIS.   ..  pof'i'Biirnb'cks)'v'A'ilsas:,^'CraWfori  C Will no' stan'cauld,.they^say;; �� ^  j^nd when we get to. Winnipeg /'  '? They're surc>theywinna dae. ���������������& ��� 'I  Weel, if our stanesSve cast aside, j  X And fecht you wi' your aims,      :. h  lt's'ifnaij al cfeseib? [hearts -thau stanes-J  i'Ww're a' John Tamson's bairns., :��� :'>  We will meet and pairt like ftreen's* 6  i �� And your toddy we will pree;       '��� X  1 An<T^w%Mrt'ry'y^ur'b'eef aiid greens/ *f  ; JAnd we,'ll.fec,ht^ypu at the tee,..    -' h.  . f.-  -RocKwobbfu'if thfe EveningTime^  ; v ���? s--<' ^ --- - ----- '-     ���  x  '���A Hockey..... v   .,' Z>  The Greenwood  Hockey. Team  met  J. Ai Russell and E,.,G. ..Warren returned from the Rossland  Bous'peil on  ThiiYsday.'"' Tlie ' tournament*' was'* a  ., i-. .   ���   ���    great-'success ��� until Wednesday even-  ing;wheit mild weather set' in -''making  the ice-tiufit for-curling. : .Greenwood's  first .rink ,remained oyer .hopuig.-tbat  the weather would get colder so that  the tournament could be completed.  Th"is'ri-nk''with F. F. Ke'tcHu'in8'as skip  did good work and while there was  good.ice itjl/jpVed as,--i.f;;.Ketchum,..and  Dr. Boucher of Phoenix would bring  all the prizes to the Boundary. With  son i'cei'gciod playing doe's riot'always  count. -Ketch urn's rink was composed  of:K: C.:.B:.Frith;lfead, J.. M.-.-Humphrey., C..E. Merritt and.; F.F. Ketchum  skip. ;.  Greenwood's second rink ran up  against'the real thing. The ritik':' 2.  G^Wkrr'en'neadi'DR^fcRa^J? ^.Kits-  sell and..J.,,'S.-rBirnie skip/'i--The-first  day,,iA.  H..,j_M.cNe.ill. of,Ro.s.ilf.fid.vron  from   ,thetn    after   a   well  . jK.iy.iAA":y).Vi   :���������:������.��������������   ��� ������'    ��� ������   *  match   by  a  score  or  10  ii'fter '"tiia't'''t'lu1 y,; met B6ubhej's'���,iroi*.L'  riiik-tWicd:'-'^ IfHlie'tce ''liifrt- betin   gVrad  th'er.ei��woivWma:ve?been'-, ari-*ba'ttlc!'irdjr'al  betpeeii1Ketchu.m,aud:Bpuclicr.,...- .,,  THE OLD  1-1    '  Two Councils sit on Monday  Evening Last.  m  lit ir iii ii  .-*#  :"���*���"  il.  The  \h\  Resiffnaiion   of   Mayor   Elec  S,inaHes was.-jCoi^sl^red.  coiitested  to"^'.1. Then  Another 'Carnival."  ir-The- .Greenwood 'Citizens'- Hand a-re  arranging ^br7a'' second' 'carnival' on  Thtirsdaj'.'.evening n.e^f. , -I'he first  carnival ..was a; great isucoess -, but .tlie  coming Carnival will h?i*ve more special   features   a.ud. .more   prizes.    Tho  Citizens' ..Band are  giviug a S10 trold  ���.."srii��� .-'������*   ���>)���.)������������ ,- >   ~- .-���-."   ���   ���     ��� -*���  piece totthe pest^ fap.cy,9.0stunied,couple  lady>. and gentleman;. 'C.iWilson & Co.  will 'miik&'a. fancy';yest :fbr'the  fte.<t  faticy ' costu'riied," gentlemen.' ' J.'.Tv.'  ���  ������ ���: !J.  '^i-- ��� i-i-.i:    ���:;.).',?!t'.;.   ���:..-j.. .'*.,'     ���-���'���.-  White.,druggist .jWill, g.iwc-a, pr.iz<2vU>r  the- best ��� f an cy co'stu in ed la dy-.- ���;. J." I A.  Coles' 'for ���' the'best 'costumed' girl'-aiid  Russell '.Law Caiilfi'eld' '-Cbrripafiy '.'for  jthe,best fancy^-costtvmed^ boy^.Lf^i'Sil;,.  cei.tiwill.. be -.given!.by 'the-. Gittziins'  B^tld^   ;'^-   '���-     ���>>-,:������'-' AA' -)A--:   ���������.:'.���"  *��� ,W��; Fra wley, of"the Green.wftoc'.; J3ar-  'hei* Shop has made some-improvL'mijnts'  (ju hi-s establish inept; He has pii'tj iji, a  porcelairi.bath tub ahdintlie fliefutiTre  theiprice'-fprbat.h's at this,popular sVy>!>  wlli only be 25 cents.       4t -.';���  laiked   training   and   Rossland's   big  ;rink;itli(tthe rest.- ���{!'hey,flayed a,bril- 'Da'ted  "H*��  TENDERSr  'i-The 'undersigned,AbeJug'p,ihe-- holder-  of a certificate from tlie'Coininissioiiec*'  of Cro*wn Lands of <^itario. 'which en'-.  titles him to a grant o.f 16f) ��� acre.-, of���  land in s.that Province accf^clinSy' to;  selectionSto be made ,underith-t^prqvi.s-.  ions ojEg.aVc^J.M .Edward V^^t^|il!- '"';'  invite^5*tenders for ^ii'fchS|JEi IbJP his'  interest in satne iforKcasli.^l-'  ticulars; enquire at'thia pflicei  'J'ofi; pai-  i�� uij(.|liiic lU-auia U.UIL';,..-        ; .  ti t% vsAMtJEii i6HSfs'i;ox.  'this-26th day of'januarv l'-'O.i.  $ ' '���:������ ' '���  Two ;'rity ' councils' fri'efbn Monday'  evenir.g Inst. ..The retiring council  held its last meeting. with.. Mayor  Naden in tlie chair and Aid. Rirkwoo'd,  SWayne, nannsrman and Ross present  (>;'B. Taylor notified the council' of  the election of.Ralph Smailes as Mayor  and AlnerriHMi . Btititing,'.Gulley, Ban-  uermnnl Kirkwood, McKenzie and  Ross by acclamation.,, Befor^.retiriiig  a resolution "'was' it 11 a ii'imbusly ..passed  by tin; council expressing appreciation  of' the ��� .'Jjood-' work ���'��� ddrie-��� by'' 1 Mayor  N^tdcn , during'..the,-year.v Aid. f?oss,  .Kirljwood,, aiid , paniierinau;\.briefly,rer  ferred to.the excellent services which  Mayor Na'd'e.n had rendefeci' rliiriiig his  tenure <vf'dfficti'atiti tlie coiirtebtife' trea't-  mcntUirhifeh 'iiefhad aHva:-ys,! accorded  the ni.'t'i'b5it's:'.fif- l;lie.��eoiiiicil.-'V; -,;.'' .-: V  Miiyor.vJy'arlj;,H briefly .replied. .,He  c 1.(11.1,(1 .jji.'stuv..tlie tneinbers.o.f the coun-  61J. t'l'iat' Ihe good ' 'fea.ii.ug was -recip'ro-  'catecl '-N '/'i'liaiVhad 'received'-1 ;inbre  h'fyal.'- support'!! hair he'-linJir.;'.1 It': was  vvortli. ^th(i-.,\ybil(irset:yit'lgia,s/,;jjiayc,r!,-if  the-, i|0)i','i,i'4., jyjts/,li)p,.p^h^i;" (than, the  friends he had made around the council'board', '.'lie hVpti'l the hew council  woukPhav-fe'ati eqitall}' pleasant term.  '.. -Tlii'iol'd co'ricil then adjourned.  ,>i,P.ijLL^-,.Mas;istrai.c,.f.Halle1*t, took .the  UpcwiCiiti'po.s^v/^lie-jal.dui-uien,'elect ,whp  \yho  wc-rt: ...ail, pi:��.seiit, and .leaving.so  notiiieil the clerk, the .nov council.was  ><,:,*,,���������     ..   r ���":<., ,-       j;" r^ ���   'fvj.i-f-i-.-t..;  ready for busincs!?.  '"'On mcitioii':o'r;i^d'.r''i��rcKeiiV.ie,r'sec-  biK'.ed U.r'AUi.ViSi'intilTg/ Ald.":'Ba.iuier-  piat| wastapp.()i}!tfc<i> ;ic!:ji;ig.inayt>r^;-;: ,;,  . rhe, !.-.Kr.'k;. th^rs,read the dechiiittion  of _ ottice of niajjor-elect Smailes and  accouipanyiiig which, was his resigna-  tii5h'iii!''aci':or([auc'e-wi'th i'he' a'greOiii'plrit  e'titfsr^rl; 1;n'to'V>>-v M-r'.':!V;uleiri ! ;���-���- ������������������' '< '.-  ;; ^Ai(Lyi^uTi,ivjng--'5^ip-i,ti!ri,L: -xhcrr-'-iiiustr l'ie;--  .s(ln'lc.v.alicl. i'e,M.s-. iii.ifor ?ilr. Si)iailv;->.rf<i.il,.  acceptance of the ollice. He was not  11'i tavor ot accepting the resignation.  ': Aid; KirkVdod :mbved that'the ircsitr-  ft;i:tron !fti:yocc|j'.t'd.;''i.rA'ld> Ross;seco'nd-  cd tbe,ni<��jt-ioii,-; -,,Ut doing-,4.0 he;pointed  mi.l.tliat the re.asop.for;.re>igniiig-n|ust  be satisfactory f), the council. What  roasoVr' c'diiUi appeal more strongly to  th<& .'cbui'fcii-' fnaii :VH<:: fat'i- that Aid.  Smailes was doing.tiiu-- right thing by  living up to^lijs, iigr.ceyient signed iu  tho [uvsco'.ct* of several, witnesses.  Stuv'I.V it-! was ���hot the-intention ofthe  'Coiiiicil t-D f-irc.' n-nlan lo reptiniate his  ��� j.wii .T.ignaj-ti V'-���, : ���  .AJd., r^civciizie moved and Aid.  (j'lih.-y SL'iOtK'ed, i;i ;i mend meijt. t'wt  the resigiidtitJii (>f inayor-cleot Smailes  'he'ta;i!i:fHfJr'AiV-c w'erk and that a com  mil..c>; bo' 'aiv.'iH'itw! to iifvestigatt* the-  .11 ���': -'iifi t'ecjneii t ' a'ud  cU  mecttng .'of- the  ���>v.is carried.   .Aid.  -arid' Giiliey yotihg:  velopin'en'f.  .V   V?;  ..A MidnigHt j growler! j  Entered Several Palaces of Business  -''" 'in the City  ;  ��  T  ���%���-  y.'  -T ���  ���  t  4  T  4  T  A rather (unusual visitor in the person of a genuine burglar paid Greenwood 1 visit 011 Tuesday night. He  muit have had a burglar's kit of tools  as h^ apparently had but little difficulty  in 'sfeCuritig ani jn trance, to j seyer:il  placl��'.k business! At P Burns & Co's  he secured about 52.50 cash.    At J. L.  Granby Mines   Mother Lode   B.'..C.\Mibe-. ..^.'.-a,'^.:..  Snbwsho^....!........:'.;.'...:..  Sunset!..;....:... :..l   Brooklyn  ..  ' Morrison; :.i..:....L.U..  'R.-Beii...:.'. ..;^.,..;l.i.  Emma   Winnipeg   Golden  Crown.; ....;.....,/.  Athlestan    King Solomon   No. 7   City of Paris..;. .....  Jewel .. ...    ,   Cartni       Providence   Ruby ,      Miscellaiiesus.j...L...   " i I ' i :   '   "���  i i  A '���  '    ���,% '  Tbt;A Tons  -1900. .  64 533  . 5 340 . .  .19 444 ���  297   150  -1,076  ��� 2' 250  1.200'  odo  160  , 3..230, ���  99 730^  ���1901'(;MY  . ! ;-  231 862  .' 99 548 ,,..  ,.,...-,'  47 517 ".  1 731 ,.  ���  800; '  .'" "lib:  ;S>'65<r-.  '; 1 040 .  - '������ .*  ��� '������ 850' '  --V--5,-  ��� r'665 :-..  *^ ! -*��  : -i ���   jS*"  H  -"325  . s.-x  ��� 890  ; ,*���  . J902.;.  Week.-  3T0 601  4 916  141.326, .  f ��S64.  "���14 727;'  .  69(1'  20 SOO  1 500  8010'  ���  240:  7.900  ,'785  >'   625  532V*  175  "Zi  840  T'O.v'   ;  17 2.50  1-. 584 .  -���2'590  2.530  ;   \'tilX'  03'0  ���jiiii trcj%  ������'���p/rt .v  11 lii-.i 1  'I'll-' '  M-"K-'ii  for a  a iraii it  :-i.n^..  au.. til  it'.'} -  ���:ii'.  !iC!!(illH-Ht  ���-."Him tin'-.  11'.  .\1.-K ''Rirli'^ood    an'tl    Ross  ..The  .ai~ti.ug   uiay-f^. t-li^ji. appointed.  Aid. Rors, Buntiiiy ���rtoil   Gulley on,, the  cotTi-.'r.Hit-'ir.    A11K   Ro^s   refused   to act  on sueh a coininitt-sc/-'  There"1 was noth'-'  inr-ito* investigate. ' Mr.-'Striailes  had  doiic-.-Ut<* "ignt thi:i:r in.'.sending iti his  I i-.;s:.^!iali,-,oi   i.ni.i it was the t'.uIv 'if the  jootiiicU   1-.j   ae.e.epl.' it.     F-Je   bad.no   p;ir-  i tj.-nTa'r  ;.i,j..i-*;i.>i \u iabliiifj-   the resitf-'  : u!"ii''i:   '"< i*  ���(;''.������ r.\-\*c\t   but   he   strongly  ; ������ j,t':ot-ic   to  iiny    sue':;    ar.lirtn'   as^'tho  j council prop-iaii-i.-.     --.        .->      _      ��� C  ,     .Mtl.   M-i\-!iz:i-   wa.s.thei.i   placed on  -:itn.-  TO  - v V f  r:  5��X"XKK~>X">k��>H'-:"X"X^'^^->����w��:"X*<*<'<^-:  ;������.������;���"��������;��������������.  .589 613  507 Sll  47  10 650  "���1. P. 1', wr.ote statinu'  .*-i.-i.i f-.' receive sii^ge^-  c ���1111c.!: in :"efcr..7ice t<.  s ,ji (iu- -!:-.trict i-.ir tht-  ."!:������ mallei' will be con-  ���Ti;'>-t    TiV-'.-iiriij   of   the  ��M>:��  V Page 2.  THE   BOUNDAjvi   CREEK   TIMES.  !*��  TUP.  LATEST  DESIONS IN  imported  WOOLLENS   TO  sci.r.cT rmon.  A^mmiZz  9t  eorrvR 8TRKKT  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Done  KIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.  P. O. BOX 253. OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL  CtK  Boundary Creek -Times  )ii',-      lt%r.   v.'    -.->     -;;.- .:������.  If ��tu4 Gv��rv Tritfav  Ouncan Ross ..-'. :.Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  WHEN OUGHT WE TO  GO TO A DENTIST?  Many think it unnecessary  to devote particular attention to the teeth until the  appearance of the mouth is  affected by damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  till pain compels them.  The stupidity and shortsightedness of either policy is  evident.  Everyone who thinks a  moment on the subject knows  that food cannot be masticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, inflamed, decayed, or  othervise out of working- order;  and if this be the case, the mouth  requires immediate attention.  mmhmmm  Insurance, |eatl Estate #nd :��^^,^^^  ^-Accountants, Auditors and Notaries Pubiic-^  REPRESENTING-  Queen of America Fire, insuranct Co.  Phoenix of Hartford Fire.Jnwtnce  Co.  Aetna Fire Iosurajnce Co.  insurance Cp. of ^arjli ^America.  MINING PROPERTIES FOR &Mit  Offices :  Rendell Block, ...... Gpeenwpod, B�� C.  Norwich Union Fire insurance Society  Sun Fire Insurance Co.  Caledonian Fire Insurance Co.  Hartford Fife Insurance Co.  Scottish Union Fire Insurance Co  <M>00��O0O����OO0<>��O<X>O��OO<>0<K>��K><>0<K>^  ���oopo��3'����#oo��opoo<><>o<><^^  lllil  Established 1836.     Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Per Year * 2 00  six Mokths  l 25  To Foreign ConSTKiES....  * 50  FRIDAY   JANUARY 23, 1903.  FIRE ESCAPE ACT.  The recent fire by which a Morrissey  hotel was destroyed and at least one  person lost his life, following-- so quickly upon the dreadful "Falrriew hotel  fire, should be sufficient to move the  Provincial authorities to strictly enforce the provisions of the Fire Escape  Act. In municipalities the Act is  fairly well observed, although there  are hotels, even in Greenvrood, which  do not conform its provisions. In  unincorporated towns, however, the  breach of the Act is more honored than  the|observance. Guest�� who jo to bed  in the,second and third stories?of rural  hotels, with narrow halls and often  only one exit from the building can do  aothintj to' protect themselves affainst  fire ''except to tnist in God. The enforcement of the act would no doubt  inconvenience the proprietors of some  hotels but the lives of the guests are of  greater importance than the few dollars  that ropes and ladders would cost.  Under the Act every lessee or proprietor of a hotel or public building  exceedingtwo ^torj��w;Jn_Iwig^i(��halli  cause to be erected at least one permanent butBide stairway or ladder from  all the landings or floors above the  ground floor of. such hotel or public  building amd extending to within eight  feet of the ground, such stairway or  ladder to be built of iron. Each room  above the ground floor shall also be  provided with a rope of sufficient length  to reach the ground. -  The story of the Grfe'enwood ~ smelter  for the past two months ia as follows:  The Coal company has a standing  order for sufficient coke for two furnaces, about 100 tons a day.  During December the average daily  shipments of coke received .at .the  smelters were 61.5 tons. Only one furnace could be run in consequence.  Jan. 8th���-Furnace banked. No coal  on hand to run boilers.  Jan.9th���Received coal. Started one i  furnace again.  Jan. 20th���Banked furnace. No coal  for boilers.  Jan. 21st���Borrowed one carload from  C. P. R. started furnace  again.  No coal at Mother: ��� Lode mine.  Crusher cant be operated.' Men laid  off.  There is no assuranca of steady ��up-.  ply of fuel   and frequent shutdowns  entail heavy loss on the company.  The situation al the Granby smelter  and mines is no more encouraging.  The company is ready .to run four furnaces but cannot get coke for two.  If any further evidence were required  it is found in the following press despatches to the Rossland Miner.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  fNacIen-Flood Block, Greenwood, B.C.  ��������  THE COKE  SUPPLY.  The Fernie Free Pretw again comes  to the defence of the Crow's' Nest Pass  Coal company and proves to its own  satisfaction at least that the B. C.  ���inciters are not suffering from any  shortage of coke. It is so' difficult to  convince the Crow's Nest Pass Coal  company and the Kree Press that there  in a real genuine shortage in the coke  supply that one is reminded of the old  story about the indignant farmer who  said to his neighbor, "You can't shoot  my dog," "But I have abot your dog"  did not seem to appea&t him or convince him. While the Boundary smelters aire completely or partially closed  down because it is impossible to secure  fuel, the management of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal company write specious  articles tor the Fernie Free Press.  The arguments are interesting but not  ���early as convincing aa empty coal  or coke bunkers. Cold furnaces, silent  stope*, empty glory holes aad idle.men'  are sufficient evidence to co(tviace>all  s&ve th? Qoa4 ooigpany.  Republic, Wash., Jan. 20.���The Zala  M. mine in this camp has been compelled to suspend .operations because  the Grandby smelter cannot treat its  ores. The smelter is not receiving au  adequate coke supply andits operations  as a customs plant is seriously .hampered. ���  ..*>.  Grand Fork3, B. C, Jan. 20. -There  has been no improvement in the coke  situation at the big Granby- plant here.  The smelter cannot secure sufficient  coke to keep all its furnaces in continuous operation and the shortage ia extremely vexatious. In the interests'of  the camp , aud 'district it isisincerely  hoped that the. near future- wilj .witness  a marked improvement in respect to  coke. '    '"" '      '"���;  "���'���"  Northport, Wash., Jan. 20.���Only  three of the six furnaces at the LeRoi  smelter here are in operation. The  situation is unpleasant as it involves  the cutting down of the^crewtand the  raising of the smelter coats, all of  which operates against the prosperity  of this place and of the Canadian min  ing camps which ship largely to North-  port.  AM OFFICE SUPPLIES  CAPITAL,   ^i,00(),0()0--$4)866,fc66^  Reserve Fund,^365',o60--$1,776,333.33  HEAD OFFICE  London England.     H. STIKEMAH, General Manager, MoatrMl,  J. ELMSLY. Superintendent of BriintkesJ     *''"    w^--'?--"  Branches and agents in all the principal cities of Canada, and  tbe United States,  and correspondents in all parts of the world,   '     "  GREEfWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street  <KVOOOOO<>00<><>0<KX>0��k>Ok>0<>0<>&^  CASH BOOKS, JOURNALS,  LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS,  TYPEWRITER' SUPPLIES,  FYLES,' INK, MUCILAGE,  PASTE,' ETC. f ETC,      " '"'  A complete line of  always on hand.  office   supplies  Office and pocket Diaries for 1903.  Boods, Stationery and Office  Supplies, Etc.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  REPRESENTING  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British America Assur-  Co. of London, England. ance Co., of Toronto.  Liverpool   aiid   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  The  Canadian Birkbeck  In.  vestment and Savings Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  -~*&^; THE :-^^��=���  Copper; Street.  <i OPEN DAY AND NIGHT; |  MKAI.S AT AU HOURS  ���;. --���  �����  y  Will not gu on forever.  ���                  ���-    ��������� r-T���^���.  $ It   needs   fixing   some-  r   .  X times. X That is our  X business. X Don't wait  % until your watch gets  clogged up and   won't  I go-     Have   it cleaned.  "   j       '   ���  A* L����GAN&C(M  Wstttiaster  and Jeweller.  GREENWOOD, B.  C.  Gets active about, Xmasi  We can satisfy it. V  ���Delicious��� ,~   ,.^    ^ I  CANDIES  CHOCOLATES  etc. ���:'���";��� \rz: '"^  a matter of Foresight  Many cases of eye trouble  are averted by early application of proper lenses. Present neglect means future  trouble.  PRIVATE  ROOMS FOR LADIES.  Gharles R.cPittockf  TRV OUR  COPJFEE  '���'  f.  m  uor  jp|Ptrtf,jp|P8P��s,iPjP|PsPsPtP��PsPiP  P*:����� ��e if* 5*& af ** ��f 5f if if ��f if if tf  <*' ���"  '%%  %*>  <%%  ��p if if if ��p if ����� *c jp ir ��r jc ��r iwr.'<r'ie*  Id* iS* ^�� v* V?* */��� W* W* *n* ���*��� J* V& J^ JQ 'JP,W* **"  any  *������ .��� Pabst and  �� ^ �� Calgary Beer<  R GRIEGER, Manager.  'few  'few  fefe  WW  WW  WW  WW  WW  WW  WW  WW  WW  WW  WW  J��SSSSSt3fjtSSj8j��jej��^^^ ifif��p��P��f8fiP��fiPrifsP��i*iPSkiir^  ^ster  The Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltd.  j. i.  Druggist and Optician,  Qreepw9od,B,:c;'  January  1903 Announces  Our ^Mid-Winter Clearing  Sale.  THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON to buy from every  department AWAY UNDER VALUE.  FURS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED.  25 per cent off all Furs, including Collarettes,   Caperetts,  Victorias' and Muffs.  25 per cent off all Men's Clothing,' Overcoats and Mack-  inaws.    Come while the bargains last.  The Hmter-Kendrick Co, Ltd, >  Page 2.  THE . BOUtf DAiv 1.   GREEK   TIMES.  TO HAVE THE BEST WHEN THE POST IS NOT GREATER,  We keep only the best Staple and Fancy Groceries, all carefully selected,  Our prices are always right ^���^���^p  M. E^PEAZEE9 Grocery and Bakery*  i. i.; ��* ������ -  A London dispatch says: At the  runout annual general meeting- of the  Snowshoe Gold &'Copper Mines, lengthy statements were submitted as to  the progress made at the mine, and the  tenor of the reports were of a most encouraging: nature. The prediction was  freely ventured bv the speakers that  the Stiovvshue would he on a dividend  paying1 basis before the next annual  meeting.  The Earl of Chesterfield, chairman  of the board, presided. The chair said  in opening' : "It gives me great pleasure to "be able to state today that the  development work has been vigorously  and successfuiy prosecuted since we  . last met together, that large bodies of  ore, during development, have been  opened up, and that the mine at the  present time is - shipping some 200 t��  250 tons per day, and will very shortly  be in a position to ship 500 to 700 tons  of ore per day. This can.be accomplished'^ when the electric hoist to the  main shaft and the new railway spur  to the lower tunnel under the railway  are finished.  The'chair predicted that the equipment necessary to enable the company  to'ahfp. 15',Q00 Eton's' per month would be  hr woHo'u'jf order early in the spring.  The Canadian Pacific has promised reductions iii freight'charges when the  tonnage if increased and ' the directors  .��5'#reUb,6king forward to the abolition of  thertwo 'per cent mineral tax by the  present provincial administration.  George 3>.  Waterlow deputy chairman^ gave   a  lengthy resume of the  '^company's affairs and of-the imprests sion's' gained   by   him.   when   on   the  '-.'��� ground lost'summer. He paid a tribute  to the rtieritorious'services rendered by  Messrs. Astley, Tomlinson, Trevarrow  and Bannatyne of Phoenix  and tothe  srrieindid work of Anthony J. McMillan  managing director.  DrrH.' Lewis Jones (one of the directors), said'J'hfe' spent some weeks in  British.Columbia during last autumn,  and lbst no opportunity of satisfying  himsblf as to the' position of affairs at  themine." -They Had an abundance of  >��� ore, which had'been developed in a1  very'ecoriomical manner. The great  question for them now to consider was  ^^-^the-.best;.aridlfcheapestlm_eans_iof^t^l^  e Roi Miningvcbmpany at Salisbury'!  house, London, on January 17th. . -The  meeting was largely attended and the  announcement' that the company had  earned profits of ��578,000.' in the; last  eight months of 1902 elicited hearty  applause and was made the subject of  enthusiastic comment by various shareholders.  Sir Henry Tyler was re-elected chairman of the company. '" Anthony J.  McMillan was re-elected,to the board  and appointed managing director. He  is also chairman of the Snowshoe gold  and copper mines of Phoenix camp.  George S.' Waterlowe, chairman of the  Snowshoe company, was elected director in place of C. P. Dickenson, who  retired. The annual report of the  mine and smelter by'Jghh.H. MacKenzie, ganeral manager, evoked lengthy  discussion, and sincere regret was expressed'that Mr. McKehzi'e's services  could not be retained for a further  period.      ' ��� : -.   ���    ;;  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THE-  R  A, C. DAVIES  Manager.  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  ?ft  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ���������-������ \     Z PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  'Jm '��� .-r*.A-r j  ASK POR  itig-.-and otherwise'dealing1 with this  ore. "In the neighborhood of the Snow-  shod'mine'the cheapest mining and  smelting in the world was being done.  While there'he had looked Very carefully into this whole1 question, and  was satisfied that the company could  make a considerable addition to their  profits by owning their own smelter;  Owing to the self-fluxing nature of the  Sndwshoe ore, it could be smelted very  cheaply, and in all''probability' if th-iy  owned their own deduction works they  could make ah "additional profit of 75  cents or Sl'per.ton on; their output. It  was'desirable"that any large mine,  such as the. Snowshoe, should own or  control its own smelting works, thus  operating'the mines and the smeller  as a whole, and secure all the profits  there were in handling these enormous  bodies of'ore; '���""��� ������������''  In   new and   second h an  Purniturer ^ Gome- and���see  goods and get prices.  A. L. WHITE & CO.  COPPER STREET,  opposite A.   H. Sperry Co.  MINERAL ACT.  "Certificate' of ItnpVovements..;  '.'���'*.;;   ���  notici!.   "'" ��� '���*' ��� ���' ���' ���''  montana," montana   fractional.  ;., ,,,COLpRApO,  IDAHOv,iVlULDOON,. :iud  ';-, NEVADA,   Mineral. .Claims,: situate iii the  Kettle  River'Mining   Division   of   Yale  (District.! ���Vj'here located :i : Near to Canyon  Creek, ;Main.Kettle River, -,;,,::   ;-.������.,;  TAKE1 NOTICE'tlikt we,'Aiex.' Walddell and  William Gtahafn McMynnjjFrpe.: Miners Certificate Nos.'']J40,45('aiid!"B40,(,01 respectively, intend, sixty-days fromHhe ilate hereof,'. to apply  to the Milling- Recorder for Certificates of Inf-  proveiuents, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Giants of the above claims: '"''..  And  further take.notice- that, action, under  section 37. "must'be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicates of Improvenienes.  Dated this 31st dav of Max, 1902.  '���''������'    '-;ALicx"\V.Ai)T)ii:i.i..*-''  -,'.,-,.    Wiluam .Graiiam McMvnn  :   Last issue Jan.25.      "  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Imcrovemehts,  MONA, Mineral Claim, situaie  in  the Kettle  River Mining- Division   of  Yale   District.  Where'located :   Near to and West ofthe  Canyon- Creek- Lakes. Maiii  Kettle River,  aiid ; South or the Bt Ho'rada Mineral claim.  'PAKE NOTICE tlt.ntiwe.,;H.-,.p:,Barnes, Ed.  Ruckle, and   Marv. 'McMvVni*   Free   Miners  Ceriilicate. Nos.  lMOSOl, ,B*4213S..ainUt-liJ(,C>2 respectively,'int-vnid,  sixty days'from "the . date  hereof,  to apply to the' Miuiug Recorder for a  Certificateof Improvements", for the purpose of  obtaining- a Crown. Grant of the above claim.:.  And1 further lake!notice that aclioii.'under  section.37,, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902.        '���  It. D. Baknel.  Ed. Ruckle.  Mary McMynn-.  Last issue Jan. 25..  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  -���-NOTICE^ '���- :"  NORTH STAR,RING,Six,vERBELL,HAR D  T0-BEAT,M0UNTA1NV1EW,MASSINGER  and BOBBIE BURNS Fractional Mineral  *"CiAinis=,"sitiiaf6iiirihe"Kettle"River-Miiiiii(;'  Division bf.Yale District,    \yiierc located:  On   Horseshoe   Mountajii,    Main    Kettle  River.  TAKE.NOTICEthatwe, Mary Turner  Mc  Mvnn and .William Graham   McMynn. Free  Miners Certificate Nos. B54902 and B54WI .respectively,  intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder lor  Certificates of Improvements,' for the. pur-pose  of obtaining Crown Grams of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of July, 1902.  ��� i,'- ���; ii: MakvJdksbi McMvi-s.   ..  Wiixum Graham McMvnk.  -.  Last issue Jan. 25.  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops. Try.  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  To A. BRANSON, D. R. CAMPBELL, D. A.  CA MERON and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified that I have expended  In labor and improvements 011 the "Boston"  "Toronto"' and';tSt.' Louis" Mineral" claims,  situate en Cranberry Creek, West Fork of  of Kettle River,' in the Kettle River Mining  Division' of Yale District, the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, aud $7.50 for recording the  same, such being the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claims under the  provisions of the "Mineral Act' aud Amending  Acts; and' if at the expiration of ninety dnys  from the dale of the lirst publication of this  notice in the Boundary -Creek Times you fail  ��� ir refuse 16 contributo'your portion of such ex  penditure, namely $230.50, together, with al  costs of advertising, your interest iu said  mineral claims shall become invested in me  (your co-owner) upon filing in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required bv Section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act. 1900."  , Dated this 2Xth clay of October. 1902.  JOHN N. GREDEN  Last fniplication Jan. 31,1903.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of.lmprovement.  NOTICE. .  FOURTH-OF-JULY,   Mineral   Claim,   siuate  ��� in the Koltle River Mining Division of Yale  District.\ Wliere located:���Near to Canyon  ,   Creek. Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICElhat.we Alex. Waddell and  E'.. Sullivan. Free Miners' certiiicate Nos.  B. 40,450. and B. 40,449 respectively, intend; sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certiiicate of Iniprovements, for the purpose 'ofj obtaining a Crown  G rant of the above clai 111.  Aud further lake notice Uiat"at'liou under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicaie of tiuproveniants  Dated this31st. day of May. A. D. 1"02.  Rubber Stamps  SEALS. STKXCII.S,    I'KICE   MARKERS,  pniN'rrxo:    wheels,     numbering  MACHINES, HAND DATING AND SUM-  I1KKINC STAMPS, CHUCK PKRKORAT-  ORS,        RUUHER       'TVPE,        PRINTINC  PRESSES,   ETC.-  FRAKRLIN STAMP WORKS; Vancouver  The Rossland Miner is in receipt of  aoable'iuessag'e otitlininia' proceedings  oftthe annual yeneral meeting' ofthe  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Imurovements  " .������, .-, .;-   "', notice.,;. ..'.,,..; ���'.'���  .i'MEXICOP.'Mineral- Claim^   situate    in   the  V  |   Kettle River. Milling Division'of Yale Dis-  ;  irict.     Where  located :    Iu. Triple. X/akc  ; carnp^'- '-���''''..  ' *  : *        ', :.'"'.''.' 't ���' "  TAKE NOTICE that I,Albert K, Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. 1!30265, acting as agent for1 John C. Farr, Five Minei's  Certificate N6:B50582, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  fora Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose jf obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  ���claim.  Aiid'further take notice that action, Uuder  section'37,. niust be commenced before the is-  ��� u'alice of'Such Certificate'of Improvements.  .~ Dated this 30th day of September,- A. D.. 1902.  MINERAL ACT.   ,  , Certificate of improvements;.  -' '������ I- ������ ���: :.; ���������; noticic. --:    ' c '���' v "-.,  AMANDY Mineral Claim, situate in the  ICettle- River-Min iug-Division ;-of-iYale.  District. Where located :' In Long Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE tliat 1, C. Ai. Shaw agent  for James Iluuler, Free Miller's Ceriilicate No.  I!Sfi922 intend,Isixty days from the date hereof,  loapply tothe Mining Recorder fora Certificate,  of Improvements, forthe purpose of obtaining  a Crown Gram of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance gf sueh Certificateof Improvements.���������  Dated tliis 8th dav of July, A;D. 1902.   ���V"  First issue Nov. 28.    -;.     C. A-"E- SHAW.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements:  .      ' ..  ���   NOTrCE. ���  CORNWALL Mineral Claim situate in the  ketlle River Mining Division of Osoyoos  District. Where located: About two  miles Norllt east of Ciinip McKinuey on-  McCarreu' Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M.'Johnson  acting "as agent for 1\ B. S. Stanhoiie,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B��S422." intend,  sixty clays from date hereof, to apply to tho;  Mining Recorder for Certificate ol Improve-  ineius, for the purpose of oVainiov* '.r��"ftt'  Grant of the ��A;oveclain. , .  A,..'if nrlhui ta.<e hot ice.  1.,.. actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of Julv. A. D. 1902'  Sept. IS. '   SIDNEY M.   JOHNSON  MINERAL ACT  NOTICE OF forfeiture:  To LEWIS ���' MEYER,' FERDINAND HASSE,''  and to any person or persons to whom thev  mnv have transferred tlieir interest in the  "WHITE HORSE" Mineral claim situate  in Cooper Camp, in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District, British Columbia.    '  '. You are hereby notified, that we have caused'  to be expended J2O5.0O to hold the said mineral  claim under the '-Mineral  Act"  that the proportion you should contribute for you  undivided one half interest in the above claim is$102.50  and If within ninety days from the first publication   of  ihisiiotice you fail or refuse to ffon-  t'rihtiur'the  said 'siim"of 5102.50"wlifclf fsribw"'  due, with all costs of advertising, your interest  in the said tnincral claim will become vested in  us the undersigned, your co-owners uuder section 4of an Act entitled the"MineralAct Amend  ment Act" 1000.  : Dated al Greenwood this 7th November, 1902.  Margaret k. Mercer.  I!. Iv. Wood.  James Graham.  Annie Hl'dscn.  Certificate of Improvements.  XOTICE.  "LA I'LAZA"   Mineral   Claim,   situate in the  '      Ketlle Kiver, Mining Division of  Yale Dist  ���    '   rict.    Where located :    Providence camp.  Notice that  1. John   P.  McLeod, Free  .-..-.!.!-���...    7v,.. ���    I,  run*;,    ....   .........    c...  Tak,  'laKe     iMIUlie    lll.ll.     1.    JOIHI      f.    -,lv.l-.Uiril,   r I ix  Miner's Certificate No. B 54054 as agent for  GeorgCF.'Miller.' Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  B 65(10(1' intend, sixty days from the date Iiereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ol  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, andei  section 37, must be coniMcnccd before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvement".  Dated this 21st day of October, A. I).. 1W2.  Last ins. Dec. 24. J. 1'. McLEOD  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To JOHN COLLINS and  any person  or persons to whom he mav have transferred  his  inteiests iii the "TIP TOP" Mineral claim  situate on the West  Fork of  Keltle River,  lying  North  of and  adjoining   the  Knob  Hill  Mineral  claim    In   the   Kettle   River  Mining Division of YaleDistrict.  You are hereby notified that 1 have expended  J102.5U in order to hold the said  minernl  claim  under the provisions of the Mineral  Act.  that  you .should contribute S51 25 as your portion  of  tlie said  sum  for your  undivided one half interest in said claim and if within 90 davs from  the lirst insertion of this notice you  fail  or refuse.'to contribute the sum of Sol.25 which is  now  due In   you, togedier with   all   costs  of  advertising,   ymir   interest    in    said    mineral  claim   will   become Hi"  property of the   subscriber under section  four of an  Act entitled  the "Mneral Act Amendment Act." 1900.  Dtedaiii   Greenwood,   !!.  C tlic'2��th dav of  October, 1902. JOHN MATTHE\VS.  Last insertI'iouaii. 31st, I'M.).'  4  4   ...'"'���' ' *  ; susvi-i   ;   vi in* hi   ;  ���     .'V ii    -/.-.'iJ-ari'.   -; A.          % ������       :  I   IMPORTED    DIRECT  ��.'��: :-;-5:  TR0M   :   :  %  ;..   ,-, ... ��� *���-!r~-   \ Z _ -__ _ _ "  %   ���      ^     --- ���    -'-: ������   ���   -^       ^      NEXT T�� THE      f  CL��ARENB��N      ?  . ��� . K��TEL>.?  THE   OLD   WORLD. $ THE   BOUNDARY    CKEJER   TIMES.  CORPORATION CITY OF GREENWOOD.  Auditor's   Report  of   the   School   Bnilding Fund for the  Year 1902.  Page: '4.  RECEIPTS.  To it. C. government on account of  bonus of :f8,000   To Cash received for sale of 55,000  Debentures   To Cash received from government  for exchanging sites   PAYMENTS.  4 125  4 800  1 000  By  sundry  payments, advertising bylaw, etc   !5v Cash paid for purchase of lots  Lot 5, Block 15  Lot 3 and 4, Block 15  Lot 1 and 2, Block 15  Taxes on above  Lot 19 and N'A 20, Block 11  Moving- house  By cash jlald Bunting & Deinp-  sev on account   By cash paid architect   By balance ...".....;   401  950  1 000  86  700  240  : 44"  S9 925  940  3 575  280  2 575  $9 925  ALL SENSIBLE PEOPLE TRAVEL  BY THE C. P. R.  PEED  AFETY  ATISFACTION.  I. H. HALLETT, Chairman.  RALPH SMAILES, Secretary.  I have examined the School Building' account and find that $9,925 has been  received by the City Treasurer for this purpose, and 37,345 has been expended,  leaving a balance of $2,575 to which should be in his hands in cash; but the  School Trustees and the City have only one bank account, and the balance in  the bank to the credit of the City on December 31st, was only $263.76 in all. In  order to observe the by-law the City Council should pay over this $2,575 to the  School Trustees which should hereafter be keptUn a seperate account.  Regarding- the expenditure of $7,345 detailed above $3,377 appears for the  purchase of real estate, from which SI,000 must be deducted, this being the  amount given by the government in cash to the City for exchanging yites,  which makes the net cost of the real estate $2,377, of which $537 was;lost by  exchanging lots in Block 15, which cost $2,437, for S l/> Lot 20 and 21, Block 11,'  valued at $900, and $1,000 in cash.  The trustees have paid $3,595 ou on account of the building contract leaving $4,195, exclusive of any extras, due on completion against which the  government still owe $3,875 on account of their bonus.  W. E. HODGES, '  Chartered Accountant,  January 9th, 1903. Auditor.  The Tie That  Binds  A  List  of Firms Who Are   Doing  Biisiiies^ ?in f  Greenwood.  Fatally Injured  A.   J-   Greer  Meets  His   Death at  Eholt.  A. J. Greer, iCPR brakesman, was  fatally injured at Eholt about 8:40 last  evening. He was engaged in connecting a passenger coach with the engine  when he slipped and got caught between the two. He was terribly crushed. A special was quickly made up  and the injured man was brought to  the Greenwood hospital at about 9:20.  Dr. Spankie the CPR physician was  at the station to meet him but the unfortunate man died before the hospital  was reached.  The deceased was about 28 years of  age and came from New York state  where his people. reside. He was an  experienced railway man but only recently came to Eholt. He was brakesman on the passenger train between  Eholt and Phoenix.  trying to extinguish the flames.  The building was a frame one and  the loss will amount to about $3,50C.  The East- and West   Together.  Leaves Greenwood 2:37 p. m  Arr Winnipeg 3rd day 8:45 a m  Arr St Paul 3rd"day 6:40 p m  Arr Chicago 4th day 9:40 am  Arr Toronto 5th day 2:45 p m  Arr Montreal 5th day 6:30 p m  Arr New York 6th "day 8:55 a m  Through Tourist  Sleeping  ....     Cars.  EAST;���Leaves Dunmore Junction  daily for St Paul Leaves Kootenay  Landing, Tuesday and Saturday for  Toronto, Montreal and all Eastern  points  THROUGH BOOKINGS to EUROPE  Via all Atlantic Routes Prepaid tickets at lowest, rates issued from all  European countries  The CPR is, was. and ever will be  the "Only W^y" All doubts of this  -will-be dispelled b" application to  E REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwood,B. C.  J. S. CARTER. E. J. COYLE,  DP.A., Nelson.     G.P.A. Vancouver  *<<<<">>>*>>>*>*t<<^^  BANKS.  THE BANK OF MONTREAL.    ���  P. J. Finucane,        -':- Manager.  THE iMART.   '  GaUNCJJ & WlCKAVIKE.  Real   Estate.    Money  to   Loan.    Fire  Life and Accident Insurance.  THE BANK   OF  BRITISH  NORTH  AMERICA.  W. G. H. BeiX     .''-       -      Manager.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Henry F. MyT'.Con,        -       Manager.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.   ......  Merchant Tailors.        , Greenwood, St.  Fatality at Morrissey.  Phoenix Man is Cremated in  Hotel  Fire-  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCEERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B. C.  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co  Nelson & Fort Shcppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. & N. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nel-  sou, Grand Forks arid Republic. Connects 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-  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.  RENDKLL & CO.,.  Dealers in Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings,  Boots and Shoes,'Mason & Risch  Pian-os., etc., etc.  W. ELSON,     ;'_ /'..'.'.. r'  Merchant Tailor. .  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  ASSAYERS-  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  ..  - 'Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH'. .  Provincial Assayer and Chemist..  Control Assays a Specialt}',       ;��� :  v  ..;,..  Greenwood, B.C.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., Limited.  Geneiral Merchandise,  Copper Street, Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO.,  LIMITED.  Dealers  in   Hardware,   Groceries   and-  Furnishings.  DRUGGISTS.  J. L. WHITE,  Druggist, ������:������   ;copW"Sf.  Tlie Pioneer hotel at Morrissey,  owned by H. A. Kanouse, of Fernie,  and leased a week ago by Andy Johnston, late of Moyie, was destroyed by  gre at 11 o'clock Saturday night, with  " all ir:s tdrifentsi     ~  Herbert Marriot, a young man recently from Phoenix, was osleep at the  time, and lost his life. No other lives  were positively k".< w . :,-. '.-.ave been lost  although it is thought that another  man met death in the tlames.  The fire was caused by an oil 'lamp  being knocked down during a friendly  scuffle.  The entire building, one of the  largest in the town, was a; mass of  ruins in thirty minutes and many  close escapes resulted.  A jury whs impanelled and much  evidence of a conflicting nature was  given.  Proprietor Johnson and Cole Sedgwick, an employee, were badly burned  Tfob Printing  Neatly and Quickly  executed at the::::::  "Leave  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.a.-m. Republic       5:40 p.m.  H. A. JACKSON,  - General Passenger Agent,  Spokane, Wash  imes office  MINES AL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement. .     ,  NOTICE.  "���ROB ROY"; Mineral Claim, situated in  tlie.  Kettje. River .Myiing'iilivLslon..ofYale_D.ist-  rict.    Where located :    Providence Creek  camp, west of and adjoining- "Iron Monttt-  '   ain?' mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James  Alexander  Macdouold, acting- as ag'eut for James J.  Warren, Free Miners Certificate   No. B57360,  intend,  sixty  days from  the  date  hereof  to  apply to the Mining Kecorder for aCertificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37,  must,be commenced  before  the  issuance of such Certi^ ^ate of Improvement. '���"  Dated this 22nd day of September.A. I)., i902.  J. A. MACDONALD  jewellry:  MILLER BROS.  Jewellers and Opticians.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,' ��� -A> . -  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.   -Large  warehouse for storing goods. "  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  real estate and Insurance.  BEALEY INVESTMENT & TRUST'  COMPANY, Limited.    ,: ���,,,,**-  George R.Nadkn,        -       Manager^'  Insurance, Mines, Stocks, Real Estaite-X-  S. BARRY. YUILL  Practical Watchmaker   and   Jeweller.  Greenwood, B. C.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  CANDY FACTORY.  C V..SEMERAD,  Candy Factory-and lee Cream-Parlors,  Fruits, etc.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS;  HALLETT A SHAW !^  Barristers, Solicitors,' u;--:--.;-  Notaries PtJBwe.-.. .;���  Cable Address:   " hali/Ett."  pnn���,  ,) Bedford M'Neill's . Greenwood'.  I Leiber's.       ':,,. ���>-���  '������' '���  B-c-  I. H.   HALLETT.  H, C. SHAW.'  MCLEOD A BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors, "'���  Notaries Public, &Etc.  Offices: Wallace-Miller block,'Copper street.  Greenwood,. B.C..    .>..:..  J. R. IJkown. 7 ' ' J. P. McLeod.  STATIONERY. ETC  SMITH & McRAE,  Dealers in  Stationery,  Blank  Books,  Wall Paper, Tobaccos,  Confectionery.  ARTHUR M. WHITESJdeZZ;  BARRISTER aiid SOLICITOR :  Greenwood, B.C  Rendell Blocki '  4��  | "WELL THAT'S FINE" 1  Is what they all say about  4��  4��  + .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR. I  J* Impossible   to  cut  the   faces   shaves J*  <|�� easily, quickly and cleanly, &,  <Ap Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled. <t  4��  <����      122 Cordova Street,  McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  4>  > MINERAL ACT���  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE      .    ;.    .  "MONITOR" Mineral Claim, situate iii the  Kettle Kiver Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : On Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BSO^s actinias ag'eut for Owen Mello\v,"'Tree Miner's Certificate No. B742W, and Jacob Peterson, Free.  Miner's Certificate -No. R40446, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to tlie Mining- recorder for a Certificate of Ini.  provements, for the purpose of obtaining-a  crown Grant of the abwve claim.  And further take notice thai action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Iniprovements.  Dated this 30th day of September, A. D. 1902.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT. P. L. S.  Last issue Dec. 31.    .  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MOGUL, UTOPIA, RAMBLER, DENVER  andCHAMPION, Mineral ClaimB,situate in  the Kettle River Mininp Division of Yale  District.' Where located :' Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B30265, acting' as agent for Charles Dunbar Temple,  Free Miner's Certificate No BM431, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mininp Recorder for certificates'. of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- crown  grants ofthe abeve claims,.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bj commenced before the issuance of such certilicatesof improvements.  Dated this30th day of September, 1902.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, l'.L.S.  Last insertion Dec. 31. '      >  , H. B. MUNROE,.  Dsttler ip   Confectionery,   Stationery,  '"Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc.  J. L. COLES,  Stationery,   Newspapery, Periodicals.  CHARLES AE, SHAW,  Civil Engineer , ���;.;      .'���'������ -:    ' ''���'-''  ���   ���   ,-  Dominion    act' Provincial "  '    Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOO.    -      ;       ;  B.   C.  H. A. KING- & CO.,  Tobaccos,  Cigars,   Smokers Sundries,  Books, Newspapers and Periodicals.  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  THE GEM RESTAURANT,  C. R. Pittock, -. Proprietor.  FURNITURE.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Dealers in Furniture, Carpets and  Linoleums, etc-.---  ~*-%5HwH^  *J BOUNDARY  VAL LEY   L ODCE  No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets every Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in -then  lodce room at the Wood Hall.    A cordial invi  tatlon is extended to all sojourning- brethem.  D. A. B.isxEK.MJX. Fred B. Hoi-mes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  BREWERIES.  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  Portman & Portman,       Proprietors.  In draft or bottles at all leading-  hotels.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  THE GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  R. Greic.kr, Manag-er.  Agents for Pabst  and ��� Calgary Beer.  A.  E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land,Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys. "     '���'<  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block Inext Customs office.).   .,     '    ,.;  ��� GREENWOOD. B.'(i.  MINERAL ACT-   ,.        '   ���  Certificate of Improvements-   '  NOTICK.  HOSTON  Mineral Claim, situaie iu the'KcuUi'  River Miniiifr Division of Vale District  Where located .'    On  Ganyou Creek,  Main  ;   Kettle River. ' ���.  TAKE NOTICE that we. Felix Darrajrli ami  William Daci-y. Free. Miners Certificate Nos.'  61,357and D30,3'S8 res'pectively,intend,si.\tydays  from the date hereof, . to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a"Certiiicate of Improvements.'for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of .Ihe  above claim. ..j.^,    ,,.-���    ���  And further take notice that aciiori.Anuiei  section 37, must be commenced beforei't'he issuance of such CerUficate'of Improvements..  NOTICE OF FdRFEI|fiLJiE;~|  To GEORGE RITEB. of the City of Green wood-  in the Province of British Columbia, Pros,  pector:  Von are hereby notified that I have' expended  S2W.00 hi performing''assessment work on thc  ���'Ilaniu.ihala" and '-Paramatta"- "Mineral  claims, situaie in Copper' Camp, in the Kettle  River Mininir Division, Yale District, British  Columbia, and the suin'of SS.Oli for recording  the said work, tlie same beinfr necessary to Jv>ld ,  the claims under the provisions of. tlie' Mineral  Act and Amending Acts, and if at the eXpir- '  ation of ninety daj-s from the date of the first  publicnlinn    ..f    m.:-     ���-  KraTSme"fvi,iiSfa?1',l���ins '?   tlie   "��-<lary   --     J,.mcB- >"��  'ail or refuse to contribute  ............... .ntPfesi^ fheri-  in, ii;   pursuaiii'e 61"  the. pv,tvisii>ris��if.'.section *  )f the Mineral Act Amendment Aci.'MOJ.   '-'"  Dated at Greenwood, liritish Columbia,  this  3>th. day of October. A. p.. ]"02.   -  -..-%,- ,-;  ;L '��;  ������-"'���'     MIKE MORRIS. \r  "M  ^  THE  BOONIiaRT   CREEK  TMlES.  .JSf*  Page S  MAGAZINE. PAPER  ANB BOOK PRICES  Know ye that we will-jsupply you with any MAGAZINE, PAPER or BOOK���not in stock���in existence  at publishers prices. By placing your order for above  with us, you save,the trouble and expense of a letter and  the .-cost of remitting. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your  otdfer solicited.  -���-,W-.  v&  Smith ����� McBm09  Books, Stationery, Wall Papers,;; %c;?  -'.������   ��i.-.U  Spke Question Again.  ";((The Fernie Free Ecess.)  The.- last iassue of The /Boundary  Creek^lmea contains another, article  on cciejahortage, in which after trying  to prove the inability of the Crow's  Ne��trP4sa Coal company to supply the  neo^s^ary fuel requirements for the  Boundary smelters the writer again  suggests a government commission to  control I this supply and advises the  opening of the coal measures at Nlor-  riBsey^aa'alikely i niiethqd of ^relieving-  the shortage: Of-an ..^itoria^in.these  columns in answer to theiy former  pessimistic cry he says: "A prcsura-  ably:inspired article appeared in the  Fernie Free Press telling the smelters  to gp.ahead and put in more furnaces,  that*rthey would get all the coke arid  coal required_and that the Crow's Nest  Pass ICoal Co. could supply all de-  mands.  Wc>jfirje correctly quoted, and we are  glad to note that the writer discerns in  our statements the source of our authority^ It would be; folly for any paper  to. njake any such broad assertions  withput ifirst seekinguwact information  from those who a-re in^position to;know;  he gl^na of the company and'was with  the philan trophic '--view of dispelling  the doubting fears of the Times, that  we obtained those facts from headquarters and published them. It was  with "the same .object that the Free  Presa^epresent^Ltive called upon Mr.  Tonkin, the general manager of the  C?ow.'i'Nest Pasp Coal Company, jind  from figures cheerfully suplied by that  gentleman found-that the conditions  among;tfie Boundary smeilters are not  as represented by. the Times.  Thjeljtbtal output of coke from this  district is now 850 tons per day while  the daily average demand from the  Boun^%ry smelter including Northport  oraelter, i which requires 7 cars daily, is  550 tons. This shows clearly that the  supply allowing a fair estimate for the;  irregular small demands from other1  quarters, is ample- to v keep those  smelters in constant supply. Every  pountl: of coke is consumed in Canada,  withthe; exception of that shipped to  Northport aud as that smelter treats  onlyiBntialTCoiwnbia bresit isre-  garded even by so correct an authority  aa Smith Curtis as deserving of the  same privileges as regular B. C. smelt  ers. Then where dues the shortage  exist? ;lt is accounted for in the fact  that the demand is not constant. Some  smelters stock their fuel, fearing further ,lal>or trmiM-s. This is true of  the Trail smeiter which has 3000 tons  of coke now on hand. Other smelters  finding a heap of ore accumulating  decide to blow in another furnace arid  without previous notice make an im-  ined.iate demand iorji, much larger  su^ply-of coke, iwhich if?lnot forthcoming.at once gives -;themithe erroneous  idea* that the supply is not great enough. .Mr. Tonkin showed.a-telegram  received from the Grandby sinelter  increasing their standing order of. 135;  tons daily to;200]"tqnsi'"JTHe^hipping  figures" for, the. past^sixiweel^a, 9jboi��8  that this smelter had been receiving  considerably over its daily-^detn&hds  and yet the Times mentions the Granby  as ooe.of the suffering smelters. ;j:'  Before the explosion the .daily output  of coke was 6(W: tpns, -which., pow,-with  still 62 ovens idle, has been increased  by 250 tons. The No. 2 mine waa by  far the best producing mine and as its  condition is gradually being improved  more ovens are being fed. ��� Add to this  the drawbacks offered by the unusual  snow fall and delays incidental to  scarcity of cars for slack and it will be  seen that the company is doing everything possible to meet the requirements  of our sister, towns. A year.iagp. .when  the monthly output was 5000 tons less  than at present the home markets ys ere  fully supplied and yet,200 tons remained for daily export to the Montana  smelters which facts shows the-'-apas-  modic nature of the home market."  We take pleasure in stating some  facts regarding the future co)t$ supply  gathered from*; the general manager.  There are} now under construction  250 overia^at Morrissey and ,212i;Biore  ovens at Michel. Operations of this  nature cannot be pushed rapidly at  this season, but a large force of ;men  are at wbrk, the-brick are! purchased  and under fair conditions' thesa462'  extra ovens will be iu working .shape  by June 1st. This will increase the  daily capacity about 600 tons~wtiich  added to the present capacity brings  the total to over 1500 tons per day, and  surely this tremendous quantity will  amply supply all home markets as predicted iu our former article.  . It is childish to bring into the argument the. opening of the government  coal property; Its bearing on the  present case ia nil, for granting, that  the supply is not large enough to supply the Boundary smelters, how could  such a measure bring relief?   At the  S.BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL     WATCHMAKER      AND  j��WKI.r.EK.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  SALVATION  ARMY HALL  COPPER STREET.  Services are held every eve  Special Services are held Sunday after  noon and night 3 p. tn. aod 8 p. m. ';  Come, and hear the Corniahmen singfc  ^11 Welcome-  1  I)  THE NEW  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.*  Fred B. Munn,     Manager.  Eowney's,  lUHsoti Bros.,  and  Stewart* $  Chocolates  3u$t arri  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  ���������  best, it would take two years to produce coke in quantity from thatsource.  Of the general benefit to the country  at large that such a movement ��� would  bring nothing is said and it is -not  necessary to discuss it here. *  The members ofthe Greenwood Club  have elected the following officer <��nd  committee for the ensuing year: iPresi-  dent, E�� J- Wilson; vice-president, H.  F. Mytton; committee, W. G.H. Belt,  C. Scott Galloway, W. E. Hedges,' D.  Mcintosh, W. G. McMynn, L. Oatroeki  and.A.M. Whiteside; .honorary; Secretary, I. Robert Jacobs. It was decided  to reduce the entrance fee for the next  three months, with the object of [inducing inpre residents to becdme;membera  of the club. ���.;'  ���*  MAMUFACTURBR and DEAI.KK IN  IK te BID  ,'Bt,Bf  GREENWOOD AND MIDWAY, B. C.  BUNTING & DEMPffi  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES    FURNISHED     EGjR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD, : :  :  B, C,  E. W. BISHOP  ViJkWlmmn  3TEAMFITT5NG, HOT  WATER HEATING.  Estimates Given.    Satisfaction Guar"  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood'  iii  We desire to extend our  thanks for the very ilibeifal  patronage accorded to :us  during the past/year ind-to  wis K    " ������������������  New Year.  King &  SEL-MW-GAULFSELD 60.,  LIMITED.  '������-'.*-.^,-��"'iiK''?>>!-r >���%> l'J.ii'4S'  {^fte^S-tt+^fr^X'^^M****^:**  %  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES^SHARPENED.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK.  ; Copper St.    Greenwood.  <&*W*4+44<h><rt<rt<r*<*!**W4$  <^K��**<^0'$4"&*��<<^��9*"fr*<"fl"����e'  fi'  [. Well heated rooms at moderate  prices. Also first class board  by day or week.  THE SWAYNE HOU8E.  Silver. Street,  GreenwoOsJ,   '  Copper $tm*.' %������������<��������������<4��������w��o��  ;.,<   ";  ;,-' ���1-i  The  Goods aiid Prices Are  si  S!  Capital, all-paid-up, $12,000,000.       ���; -Hest^: $8;000,000.  iPresldent.   Lord Strat'hcona* and'Mount5 Royal,  ;���' r.>  Vice-President:   Hon. Georoe, A. Drdmmond. "'��� '. ������  Geofcral Manager.:   E. Si Clodston.        .:i:.\:l >a.-.'��� ��� -j..;  cities! iZr^^-^ fW^York, ^icagpVi  ' Day and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial ao  T^%���v��ller^,'Credits, available in any partjof tlte world.  Greenwood Branch,    % J. FINUpANE.iManager.  Bra&cbes in^London, Eng." j;AU The Pr  *��5  ���'���:���-��� > n :  lMOF  .,,ii  Witli;Which ^Incorpbraieditlie: "     "'"'*   Z  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO;  cifttai.1 $8,000, ooo.  Rest, $2,500,000  HOW. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manascr  WM F.8i��lYn0Ei?  ������ ���.' :-'j ���  ��������� m\\\r: ^\m%  MANAGER GREENWOOD: BRANCH..,  ?H   5!S'*^i5.lvi05i.S i  ���  *t-:.;'.;i:-H  'iO':*'l''  it'1f.'lift''.'���''!'  .^PHONE 179  P   O   RO?t 296  'aa'W. 3. mclliHIaii $ pt*  ��??  ���^"WHOLESAiiE GiRdCERS AND AGENTS ipRij-;.-,-.- ������-{{��*���>.  ;;j;;jugket cigar^^  ���-���������������'���    : ^���^���^ffix^~~~-r^-*^-^^*^---~--~~~ -  MONOGRAM, MARGUERITA, \     \   BOQUET,^   .^OT  -EI/ JU8TILIyO,   --.Eli' CONDOR,       SARANTIZADGS,   SCHILLERj    _.._\ A  _._ v  .    s.-...,.��� ..-.-.-..-.^.    ���-N^p - |  Gorntr 'Alexander Street and Colombia Avenue, Vancouver, ,H. C. ;;  - ���    -     '-  - - ��� ''���'���        Hiii/- '���'���J"'~^"Z. .    ..    *  ��o��ij,������*����������������*����*����e������*������***��*��*����*������*��o*otr��o��*;  >$%*  ���?���>:��   ��5  ���j ���   *';  *  ":-.    *>  �����;  ������;���  �����  ���  ��� :  ��� ;  ��'-  ��� ���  ��� ;���  o,  *>>  �����;  ��r  *<:  B  6������*������0*����0����ae��ie����H��a������<i��90900��a����O4������si*��������a*a<��a:  Oyster Seasoirt  Is now in full sw|ing.    Try our  BULK OYSTERS.  Imported by us direct from   tbe  beds.    Strictly  fresla  P* Burns �����.;Bo#  <��>*w<��*����w��*��*����^<������^>��^^  (J KEEN WOOD.  .,*,.....*.* .-,-.�����:; Page ()  THE . BOUK )AY CREEK .: TIMES  '.-' f  GfaniBall  aiid'Wiisical  Entertainment   AT THE���  Mother  Lode Mine,  .:���.***���  A concert followed by^bali/:/^!  will be given by the employees;, vi  of the Mother L,ode' ttiitvirMZii  the Mothiiri,odedining H^i'on V,f |  ���&���"-     'aZ&W  JAN. 27��mi903  A Cordial,Invitation Extended  ZZ   ZfZ\^AM$Uk   I'IZa'-I  Music by the Greenwood ��� OrchestSra.  .x..���..-;-!.,  Loca['a|^p^��L  Swires*  Major Megraw of Camp McKinney  was in the ciiy this week.  Ralsh Smailes left Sunday morning  on a business trip to the coast.  : Mrs. A;, W~ Strickland of Rossland  and Miss Strickland are visiting Mrs.  E. G. Warreu-.,"':;''."':'  -:^ORN^At,Greenwood B. C. on th*  ^St^.3t;jt^Mr,'^:^r?. Duncan Rdssi  ^a^aughtii^&'W&K:'  iir<iO-A--i'j:.,:.:SlfA:^-iKr:A:-- .;  .'''a^AA;.: *r:.'^vS"  .>.'���" ' ���  ^fiV^M^^^aii^rintendent of C. P  :Rittelegfa^^i^the.iKootenays was in  "the city tHik'wriek.; '  .   *i *"-;    \' '���' ���' <  E. A. Mathers a Washington, D. CJ  ���mining man is'in ifieHJity, ?'He is looking for.high.grade prpperties.    <->'���"  ���J     OKs'l ���!��� f '"-��� a? % &     '*&'��� -  . ; The(Rpssland Miner iso being resus-j  iif aitedi I byi C. E. Race.-.who took  charge about a week ago.'  ���%1 ..v.TheMother I<odedaily stage  ;';;' will leave the Iimperial Hotel ������"���  ^   7:45. 8:lS;and 8,45.   ,The Winds >a  v*:   sor Hotel ^V55^'i9:3(f'ani/9^^  ."/���'��� a;- k !'-;���*���* -?? IzZ $.? ;;l,  ;Concert 8:00.       Dancing 10:30  TICKETS   (Concert and Bail)   $1.00  Ladles Free.  jJIJi&&J*rJ*J*.*'&JIJl4*J*JlJtJ*  ^ \  J. A. ZELLER,    Prop.  '.imaiTTUAfi'- zz ^  Comfortable rooms by day o*  month. ;  ;':    MEALS AT Ahh HOURS.  J Bfs��rd-- aitfl' Roon:': byt'h^ month  '"������A $25,00.  V'-       1��y-;i:i'; i:v':-;"-i''; ��� "i ���; A '��� .' :���'  pv of sf jf sf r ss*'.*'�����* r ��r ��f jp ip ��e if j  tM >���  .   ���.,;^2^.^-..��y,:i.-Con-BeCtlOBS Wltll-   ��� -������      -������--;���  Western Union Telegrafib Company  " '     '; '���'' k [23,000 offices in U.S.A.]   -AND ,,,  Great Worth-Western of Canada- I  [2.00 offices la Canada.]  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.  J. C. HEIiM. 'Office 2tfanai*er,'Groeawbbd; B^C  ..-,..-. ^_i:.._  ���...-TBLEPHoKK KO^U;-'-'-'-'���'���^~"-~-"  Thorough Insfinaction,      *%  Careful Training  VigiUnt Oversight  Ideal Location  Experienced Teachers  . J&ftnlng    Influences  'Homelike in Character  PJL'HI 1026.  ��     IJUVIM  W. H.- Bullock-Webster chief of ihe  provincial police, -with' headquarters.a;t-  Nelson Vvas-in'-the'clty this'week? '''��' ')���  '(^��-W- V6ug)i8rty$ ^sideot of ;:the  district Fed'eraijiferil of Miners;- visited  ���-;     -.-> ,'.|,1A-.-...{. -.'���i,-   .;;.r..i- *.<-   ia : ...    .   ;  Camp McKinney union this week. :-.;  ��   W-l   -V   ,lfi?{-?!-;)    *J    ���!  :'l.  - W. J. Gaunce, of Gaunce & Wickwire  returned on Friday from Seattle where  he spent the holidays with(his  family.  ''!-!-: ,vl,''.'i'lf' i   .- j  ���?;);')..''1.'!-ii!?l    >'' :,  Word comes from:' ^A'h,ipeg..that'E.;  A. Duff of the .iBank of ^jpft^eaiil staff  was successfully opera'tfed'^pSn for  appendicitis.  "/' ..     .' ZZ) r ' "'''":  . V-&i->  Thursday night the. Nelson hockey  team defeated Sandon "by V*'score of  3 to 1. Tonight the-.Saiidonprteatn  meets Grand Forks at' Grand ''T'orks',!  i'  ��� ���: "   / f r\. ciiirp  '������-. - ���  Rev. W. A. Robins of St. iJutdesi:��-hivch  will exchange pulpit3:!>v|th"Rev. J&r.-  Hedley of Rossland ^oiTSumlay next.  Mr. Robins left for Rossland on Wednesday.   ���' ' - !";';  Edward .'Sterling a popMf G. P. R^  conductor and Miss Ida Mais Smith  were married at Eholt on Wednesday  last.   The happy, couple.have started  housekeeping in the raiJw.ay to.wp. aaa  .'���:'-.- ���:.: ,-; <��� \>. ���:���) .'��"��� ..���I'&xi'-J.Z'UJi   ';'-'.;'   ' ' '���      '���  .   :  Values keep up in Providence. ore.  Last week returns were ^received from  Trail smelter.   Twenty-one tonsnetted  $2,405.41 after a deduction of $15; per  ton for freight and treatment.    :    ' ',  ... ���vj��jj>   .  Clinton A; S. Altwood wottah��fcpmr  petition for points at the. Greenwood  Curling Club and also'the" safety" raior  presented by J. H. Ashdowue'X)| .Wiu-  nipeg.   Mr. At wood's, score was 29.  ��� I'.'i.  ���< Albert; I? Goodell, superintendent of  the StfbritrealvSk Bostonv- Copper company's smelter left pg���Wednesday for  Montreal ti consult with^the_ directors  of .the.company .-in'1 reiferenceiof adding  ���everai-newiurnaces" ��nd"ai_convertef7  The' Mothir !I<ode mine' employes  have perfected arrangements! for the  concert and dance in the dining room  at tho mine on Monday eyening>. .--Visitors from the city are assured a good  time; ^x^i a cordial-wels^^ft:-?: >?3<v;-.e - - ���  j. E�� Edwaras, one" of tlie' owners oi-  thie Blue Jay mine Skylark Ca^tap has  ^p^ed^h^^r<>B%y fotffi$(fi}(ir The  othe^ ownera;are. M. Kainfe|?EVatfParry.'  and J. R. Porter. Considerable work  haa beenjdone on the Blue Jay. There  is a shaft 115 feet in depth aud considerable cross work.  J. G. Abbott, barrister of Rosslaud  held a eourt of revision under the provincial assessment act at the government office Thursday afternoon. There  were but few appeals against the assessment. ������'- -"Friday morning John  Kirkup government agents Held-cl:-tax  ���sale of Eholt, Midway, Anaconda,  Phoenix. Cascade and Carson 'lots' foV  non-payment of taxes. ....... ..... ..���,���.. ,.,.  The boya of the -Methodist- Smitfay  School have a society called ".The  Boys r��iterary Society,-of the Meltttodist  Church.": It was started by the^omem-  bera of Mr. Knox'a. class; butiha&fbeen  changed so as to extend the privilege  membership to the other boys in the  school. The society will meet once a  week. The first' part of' the. eyeqjng  will be spent in business after: Wfllch  a program of essays, readings, ��stc.,  will be rendered. The officers for the  ensuing three months are as follows:���  President, Arthur Jaynes; Secretary,  Harry Simmons; Chaplain, Earl. Parker; Reporter, Earl Wuin'ett,  GREENWOOD, B.���;  .#  ... .      _

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