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 Vol.. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1904.  No. 26  THE LATEST NEWS  PRINTS  GINGHAMS  OHAMBRAYS  There are no "left overs" among our prints, ginghams  and imported chambrays. We offer a bright, new stock  of staple and new effects. A large range to select from  and each and every piece guaranteed absolutely fast  colors.  EMBROIDERY  AND   INSERTION  A new and nifty stock of latest designs. Look them  OA'er, you will find all widths and prices.  COTTONS  Notwithstanding the sharp advances in cottons, we are  still selling all cottons, muslins, sheeting, etc. at the  old prices. This is a snap, and means a considerable  saving to anyone purchasing now.-  See the new pedestrian skirts. They  will be in demand for a few weeks now,  A very desirable assortment of Black and  Oxford Greys, in plain or fancy stitching  effects.    Don't let someone else get the first choice.  THE  Y ���  .    ?  Y .  .Yi-r.  Y  COMPANY,   LIMITED  Having- completed tlie heaviest }rears business in  our liistoiy we start right in preparing for a much  greater increase for the coining veaa.  FURNISHINGS  We  are  stocking the highest grade Boots aud Shoes,  First-class Furnishings and Clothing.  jGROOERIES^^^^^^^  STAPLE AND FANCY.    The freshest and best that  can be procured.  HARDWARE  SHELF AND HEAVY.     Don't  forget  our  Muralo,  Wall Finish, Paints and Varnishes for spring cleaning  .-�� Leave your  orders  early.    We close at 7 p. m. every  X   evening, excepting Saturday and evenings preceding holidays  I   <KKK,*<K~X"X*<K��<,,X<<X,-X"X*'X,,X< <K"X,***XK"X"XMX**X~X��*X**X,*X,<>  ��� v  ���i  '���\Y  Y  ��� r  i  Y  I New Goods-New Goods  Y  Y  t  | This week we have opened large ship/'  | ments of spring goods* See the follow/  | ing lines before buying,  : 4  Y  ���,���       Canadian prints light and dark colors 8 cts yd.  X 32 inch Canadian prints, fast colors I2}2 cts yd.  $ Best English prints  fQ cts yd.  **. New Ginghams 12% cts yd.  I*. New Chambrays /��> cts. yd.  ���*��� New Blouse Cloths.  ���|�� New Vestiugs.  ����� New Matting cloth ��50 cts. yd.  �� Call and see the new  goods  for  Spring and Sunv  X mer, at new prices.  2  RENDELL & CO.  ACTIVITY IS  DEADWOOD  Arlington ���* Burns   Group  Changes Ownership.  Preparations  For  Beginning  Work  on Various Claims.  W. L. Hogg, at one time connected  with the Sunset mining property, and  well known in local mining- -circles, is  expected in from Montreal any day.  The report is current that through his  efforts a deal is about to be consummated for the purchase of the Arlington���Burns group, in Deadwood camp,  adjoining the Elkhorn, and that work  will be begun on, that property as soon  as the final arrangements in the deal  are completed. ~  J.. C. Haas, ;another mining man  formerly actiye in the development of  local mining interests, came in this  .week from Spokane. He is interested  in mining properties also in Deadwood  camp, and Thursday went up there  with a couple of men to do some preliminary work on the Golconda claim  which has been idle during the winter  and isone of a valuable group of claims  in that camp in which Mr. Haas is  heavily interested.  The Butcher Boy, up the West Fork,  adjoining the "Carmi, is shipping  steadily, under the superintendency of  James Dale. The ore is hauled about  25 miles to Midway, where it is placed  on C. P. cars. It is said to be yielding  an average of $40 per ton, the values  being principally in gold, with small  returns in silver and copper. The ore  is said to be of a concentrating character, thus yielding greater profits.  "Why Smith Left Home"  By Geo.  W.   Broadhurst   author of  ^!Whx_l,^ith,__Left_,iiHome";.   'The  Wrong Mr. Wright," etc.  THE   CAST  JOHN SMITH (who  loves his  wife  and lives in New York)    MR. MILLARD REID  Major Duncombe  (with memories of  the past) Mr. Roberts Price  Count Von Guggenheim  (who made  them twisted) Mr. E. J. Higgins  Gen. Billetdoux   (his   wife's   second  husband) Mr. E. J. Brady  Robert   Walton   (Mrs.   Smith's brother)        '  Mr. W. T. Nason  John (Smith's servant) Mr. Tom Yates  Mrs. Billetdoux--Mrs. Smith's aunt���   Miss Minnie Pryce  Lavina Daly���who is a lady and knows  it���  Miss Anna Dupont  Julia���"touchingly clever"    Miss Grace Hanna  Miss Smith���a lady in waiting     Miss Anna Kilduff  Rose���Robert's bride of a day    Miss Carrie Hanner  MRS JOHN SMITH ��� who loves her  husband     MISS LYDIA MILLARD  Time���The Present.  Scene���The Home of John Smith.  ACT I.���"Morning-."  ACT II.���"Afternoon."  ACT III.... "Night."  <<^X"XK��x~xK"X~x~X"X"X~x~:' :-:"X~:"X"X~x~r~:-><-:-:":-:~:-X"><'<~>  New Police Commissioners Meet-  The board of new police commissioners held its first meeting Wednesday  night in the council chamber. ' iThere  were present Mayor Naden and Commissioners Sutherland and Parker.  The meeting was presided over by the  mayor, ex-officio member of the board.  The chairman stated that his convictions on the questions of enforcing the  statutatory laws relative to gambling  games and games of chance had not  changed since two years ago. and were  embodied in a letter of instructions to  the chief or police at that +ime, and  which he read to the commissioners.  Commissioner  Sutherland expressed  himself as in favor of goirg even fur  ther in the direction indicated by the  mayor's lettet of instructions and enforce the law in its strictest construction. He said, if we are to have a  "closed town" let us have one in fact,  without evasion of the law in any  sense.  Commissioner Parker said he did not  believe the board should deal too harshly with the hotel keepers, who were already up against a serious problem in  maintaing existence; and he thought  the law regulating them should be  given as liberal a construction as it  would admit of.  After a full discussion of the situation, which was conducted in a very  gentlemanly and friendly spirit, Commissioner Sutherland moved that the  mayor's instructions to the chief of  police be endosed, which was seconded  by Commissioner Parker, and the  meeting adjourned.  ENCOURAGING  REPORTS  Montreal and Boston Copper Company  ANDTHE B.C. GOPPER CO.  Arranging    for    Consolidation    of  Interests.  It having been understood for some  time that the Dominion' Copper company, which owns the Brooklyn and  Stemwinder group of claims in Phoenix  camp, was negotiating with the Montreal and Boston Copper company,  which owns the Boundary Falls smelter and Sunset mine, with the view of  consolidating these two important  mining interests, it is interesting to  Greenwood and Phoenix citizens to  learn anything touching the progress  of these negotiations.  Mr. Alex. Munroe of M��nAr��al��._J;he  managing director of the Montreal and  Boston Copper company, was in Greenwood this week, and in company with  F.- E. Weeks, chief engineer of the  American Engineering works of New  York, visited the smelter plant at  Boundary Falls. Nothing definite  could be learned from Mr. Munroe,  further than that the negotiations  were progressing, at least, still hanging fire.  Yesterday Mr. Munroe was suddenly  called out of town by telegram, it was  said, to Grand Forks. However, the  rumor has gained currency on the  streets, that a prominent shipping  property in Wellington camp had been  bonded by the company for thirty  days, and that the smelter will be put  in operation again between now and  the first of April.  Two Grand Forks Girls Seriously Hurt  Two young daughters of Mr. and  Mrs. E. Disney of Grand Forks, were  seriously injured Monday evening.  They were enjoying a toboggan ride,  a horse being hitched to the vehicle by  traces only. The animal became  frightened and ran away. The tobog-  gar came in contact with an electric  light pole, against which the unfortunate girls were thrown with great violence. They were carried to their  homes and a physician was summoned,  who found that Cathie was suffering  from, concussion of the brain, and that  Amy had received a broken nose and  was badly cut on the head, face and  mouth, besides receiving a severe  bruise on l.er leg. Cathie did not regain conscious.! ess until next morning,  fifteen hours after the accident occurred.  Just arrived, a choice assortment of  candies. Chocolates a specialty, at  Galloway Bros.  THE PRIDE OF  GREENWOOD  Mother Lode Smelter Improvements Progressing  Ready for Machinery and Application  of Electrical Power,  A reporter of The Times had the  pleasure of being shown through the  works of Mother Lode smelter this  week, by the affable and obliging-  general manager, Frederic Keffer.  One may read and read about one of  these great institutions and not begin  to realize what a massive and stupedous  affair it is.   One must see it.  Then he does not wonder what has  been done with the nearly half a million dollars which have been expended  in its establishment; and then when  he is told of contemplated additional  expenditure for enlargements he must  come lo the conclusion that the investors who have devoted their wealth for  the prosecution of the great enterprise,  have had great faith in the mineral  deposits of the country tributary to it,  and especially in this camp.  The Mother Lode mine which was  the original and main incentive for the  erection of the smelter, was located in  1891, and is about three miles west of  it. The British Columbia Copper Co.,  owning this property and adjoining  claims, consisting of the Primrose,  Offspring, Ten Broeck, Sunflower and  Don Julio, was organized in New York  in 1898 with a capital of $1,000,000, and  in 1992 this capital was increased to  32,000,000. Already at the mine and  smelter nearly ��1,000,000 have been  expended.  The reporter did not get- the statement from Mr. Keffer, but it is said  that when he took over the management of the company's works, there  hAdinot.���beenJ_25._feet- of development -  work done on the group, since when  the shipment of ores have been increased from 5,000 tons in 1900 to 138,-  079 tons in 1903, making a total up to  the first of this year of 383,779 tons.  The smelter has treated in the same  time, including custom ores, a total of  429,124- tons  The Mother Lode copper matte has  been converted into copper blister at  Grand Forks and Tacoma up to the  present time, but the management has  been preparing for some time, at large  outlay, for a converter plant pf its own  and a large iron building has been  convenienly erected, in which two converter stands are about to be installed.  The foundations for the operating machinery are in place, ready for its reception, and Mr. Keffer said that in  the short space of three weeks' time  after the arrival of the delayed machinery the process of reducing the  matte in the new converter building  could be set in motion.  ��� Steam power has been in use at the  smelter up to the present time.but electric wires have been strung from  Phoenix to the smelter and when the  new converter plant is started up the  entire works will be driven by electric  power from Cascace. The steam machinery will be retained in position as  a reserve power.  The reporter was shown a mass of  copper matte awaiting shipment, the  estimated valued of which was 510,000.  Minor improvements are going on  at the mine and smelter continuosly.  The day is not far distant when the  Boundary will be known, not only as  a chief mining district of British Columbia, but of the world, and the  Mother Lode will not by any means be  in the rear rank among the chief enterprises.  Liberal discunts on alJ winter underwear at Hunter-Kendrick's. BOUNDARY   OR^EK   TIMES.  THE WAY TO DO IT.  The Land For the People���Where the  Reform is Needed.  We  have   in   previous   issues,  says  the   Victoria   Truth,    contended   that   the   only   feasable  way to straighten out  the financial tangle of the province  and  get   out   of   the   hands   of   the  moneylender, is to fall back upon  the laud.    The Provincial  Mining  Association   at  the last  executive meeting-,  held  at   Kamloops, passed a similar resolution.  The  present  government   has  brought  the expenditure within  the   revenues   by    the   heroical  measure  of  increasing-   taxation  with the one  hand, and stopping-  productive expenditure  with the  other.    It even predicts  3100,000  more than the expenditure.     Excellent !     By    this    means   the  province will  be relieved of the  embarrassment in fifty years, and  possibty   three   per   cent  of the  present adult  population live to  see the prosperity of their grandchildren.      That is the situation.  'There  is  no  use  in saying it is  wrong, it is unkind, it is cruel, it  is impolitic.     It is the inevitable  projection of  the previous policy  of the country upon  the plane of  the  ' bitter    reality,      just     as  soon  as the bankers and moneylenders called a halt.     The government   has   been   mere'.y   the  agent of inexorable necessity personified in the  general manager  of the Bank of Commerce. Moneylenders cannot reconstruct a state.  It  requires   statesmen   for   that  purpose  said that  the  merit is not composed of statesmen were there any visible in the  province by   whom its qttalifica-  tions  in that, respect might be  'measured.     So we are in the excruciating coil  of financial  embarrassment and  can find no one  with wit to extricate us.    Yet we  have  assets  worth   at a nominal  calculation  one  hundred million  dollars.    We know perfectly well  that  for a  comparatively   small  proportion of the Crown lands of  the province we could have a railway built from end to end of it at  a cost of  ten or  fifteen million  dollars.     Therefore the Tan d lias  a value.     If the land has a value  to a railway  promoter  who expects to secure it, surelyit should  have some value to us who already  own   it.      How   doss  a  railway  company  use  a  land   grant.    It  bonds it.     It then sells the land  to redeem the bonds, interest and  sinking fund,  after it haa clieu-  ��� atcd  the  laud,  it has the transportation of its produce as a legitimate source of profit.    Let the  province  take   a  leaf out of the  railway company's book.    Let it  throw  the whole  debt  and   the  cost of education  on the public  land, alienating it rapidly and on  easy   terms just as  the railway  company does, retaining light and  easy taxes  upon  the  industry of  the  settler   for  the purposes of  administration.     If   this  is .un  certainly it might be  McBride   govern-  possible then Iiritis.li Columbia  has no resources which the people  desire to possess ami are wil1iti��.>;  to pay for and hns no attractions!  for enterprise and capita!. Of  course such n policy as this will  be derided by sonic !>y whom?  By a whole crowd of grafters and  speculators who work all manner  of devious schemes to get those  resources into their hands for  nothing, that they may manipulate them so as to put that value  into their own pockets which  relieve the province of its embarrassment. If you want an instance take the cas.c of the two  famous blocks in East Kootenay.  Was there 110 scheme on foot to  get the capital value of that laud  away from the province for nothing-. The revenue values of  course would remain. But alienated under an imperfect law such  as exists, that land would have  brought certainly one and probably over two million dollars to  the provinces' assistance, and the  revenue value would have remained as it was. ' As it is, through  the efforts of the schemers to get  it for nothing, and the efforts to  defeat their scheme, the land  is tied, and might as well be  in Euphrates Valley as where it.  it. Its capital value has neither  been secured by alienation, nor is  its revenue value being developed  by an exploitation. There is  precisely the deadlock which is  causing embarrassment the province now crushed under the ruinous assessment. There is only  one way of escape. They must  adopt a land policy which will  render such taxation unnecessary.  MUSIC  Miss M. Green will be pleased to receive pupils, either pianp or organ, at  the residence of Mrs. Pope, Long Lake  street, next door to  Methodist church.  NOTICE  MINERAL ACT  1806.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  '���Caledonia'" and "Gold Dollar Fractional'-  mineral claims, situaie in the Greenwood Min-  intr Division of Yale District. Wliere located :  On Ilorse-slioe Mountain, Main   Kettle Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE Hint wc Alex. Waddell. li.  Sullivan aud .\f. McMvnn. Free Miner's Certificate Nos. D.S0.266: JSS0.205, and TJS0.1S2 respectively, intend, sixty days front the date  hereof to apply lo the Miniiifr Recorder  for Certificates "of-Improvements for Uie purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  Apd furtlier take notice that actions, under  section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certilicates of Improvements.  Dated this 7th day of September, A.D., M03.;Q  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  Gem,  K'm Keud��� and  Moreua Fractional mineral claims, situate iu the Greenwood Min-  iutr  Division  of Yale District.    Where, located:    In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE,  that  r,  I��r.ar 11.  Hallett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. I1S0140, for myself,  aud as aereul   for  Geo rue  K. Nadeu, Kree'M.tier's Certificate  No.   U4I65.?,   and   Edmund   II.  Mortimer,  Kree Miner's Certificate No. U80224.  intend,      sixty        days      from       the       date  iiereof,   to   apply   to'  tlie    Mining   Recorder  for Certilicatesof Improvements  for  the purpose of obtain iii); Crown Grants to the above  claims.  And fnrlher take  notice  tliat actions, under  section 37, must he commenced  before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dined tliis 10th day of December. M03.  I. ir. HALLET':  MINERAL ACT,   %    .  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  CITY   OF   PARIS   Mineral    Claim,   situate  iu     the      Greenwood     Mining    Division  of Yale District.   Wherelocated:   On Wallace Mountain.  TAKE   NOTICE   that I, Isaac  H.   Hallett,  Free  Miner's  Certificate No. 13 S0140,  intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Miniiifr Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of Ihe above claim.  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate oflmprovements.  Dated tliis 1st day of September. A. D..1TO3.  Jan. 15 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.  1UOTICE IS HER BUY GIVEN THAT A P-  ���* * plication will he made to the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of liritish Columbia  at the ]��freseut session thereof by the G auby  Consolidated Minin-Lr, Smelting aud Power  Company, Limited, for an act to amend the said  compimi-'s special aot of incorporation beinir  chapter 75 of the acts of the said Legislative  Assembly, 1901, so as to empower '.he said company-to (lriveor construct-a-ttiuuei-or^tii 11 nels  under, throujrh or iu the ninnutain on which the  mines of the said company al Phoenix, ill the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale district,  arc located. The portal or portals of said tun  nel or tunnels lo be nl some point or ticnuts on  the side or base of said mountain to be selected  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 lauds, pre-emptions or  mineral claims of any person or persons, company or companies situate oil or in said mountain, to aud into the mines or mineral claims of  said company; with power to construct, equip  and operate a line or lines of tramway iu said  tunnel and to transport ore and other frcijrlil  thereover; with liberty toenttr into agreements  with the owners of mineral claims or mines  throim*li which such tunnel or funnels may be  driven, for ihe transportation of their ore or  other freight for hire, and with the further  power to acquire by piirclin.su expropriation or  otherwise that portion of the lauds through  which such tnnue', or tunnels shall be driven as  shall be actually occupied by such tunnel and  required to protect from injury the walls, roof  and lloor thereof: aud furtlier to acquire by  purchase, expropriation or otherwise such lands  adjacent to or in the neighborhood of the portal  or portals of such .uuiiel or tunnels as said  company may deem requisite for tho. erection,  equipment aiid operation thereon of works for  the milling, stiicltfuir. refining or otherwise reducing or treating ores fir minerals, and for the  purpose of providing dumping grounds for tlie  waste rock, tailings, slags, or oilier waste  materials resulting from the company's operations, and also such lands or other property  and rights as may be injuriously uffeelcd by  tlie company's undertaking and works.  Dated November 25th, VJ03.  D.   WHITESIDE.  Grand Forks, D. C.  jauS Solicitor for Applicants.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���NOTICE.  ���'RICHELIEU" Mineral Claim, situau.   x the  Greenwood  Mining  Division of Yale District.   Where located :    On Noise Creek ou  West Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett  as agent for Wellington H. Craig,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BS0223. and  William Wellington Craig,FreeMiuer'3Certifi-  cate No. BS0222, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Rccorde  for a certiiicate of Improveinents, for the  purpose of obtaining' crowngrant of liie above  claim.  And   further take notice that action, under  section-37,..iiuist.--be...couii!ience(L.before., the. issuance of such certilicatesof improveinents.  Dated the30th day of October, A. II. W03.  Jan. 30 I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS IIEREHY GIVEN THAT  sixty days after date we intend to apply  10 Hi .��� Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works  for permission to purchase the following described lauds: Commencing at the northwest  coiner of lot No. 2036; theuce west along north  boundary of lot No. S49; thence to the east line  of lot No. 2337; theuce north along east line of  lot 2337, lo the soiulnvesi corner of lot 2336;  lIh-iicc east along south line of lot No. 2336, to  the northwest corner of lot No. 848; theuce  south along west boundary of lot No. 84S, to  point of commencement, containing about 147  ROHKK.T HAMILTON  SAMUEL   G.  STOOKE.  Dated the lirst dav ot January, 1904.  NOTICE  Xolice is hereby given that the business of  the Greenwood Liquorcompanv has beeu purchased by James McCreath, who will continue  ihe business under the same name. All debts  due hy the Greenwood Liquor company up to  the tstof January, 1904, must be presented to R.  Grieger, hy whom the same will be paid, aud  all debts due to the Greenwood Liquor company  to the same date must be paid tothe said R.  G rieger.  Dated this 7th dav of January, 1904.  wiTNuss " It. GRIEGER  H.   C. SHAW JAS.  McCREA  TH  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To PETER McliRIDE, Pioneer Hotel, Greenwood, V. C.  You arc hereby required to take uotice that  we, the ntidersigued, have caused lo be done  aud have paid for the whole of the assessment  work forthe year ending May 14, 1903, on the  '���Admiral" mineral claim situate iu Providence  Ciunp in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District and your are hereby required  to contribute your proportion of such assessment and of the costs of recording tlte Certificate of work, together with the costs of advertisement, amounting in all to $35.62^ which you  have to pay.  if you fail or refuse to contribute the last mentioned sum of S35.62J4 asa foasaid jour interest  in teesaid mineral claim shall, at tlteaxpiration  of ninety days become vested in us, yourco-own  ers, under the provisions of the Miueral Ac  and amending acts.  Dated this lltli day of September 1903.  Hugh McKee  ^w��x~x~x��:��C"X^x~x��<k��:">x~X":��>:":��:">*:"X��<~:��>:<  .��..���������..'-.  v-vv-vv VV  D. A. MaeDONALD, Proprietor.  IF ITS GOOD WE HAVE IT  DROP IN AND SEE US  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MAY' DAY, DEER TRAIL, AND DIAMOND  JOE Fractional'Mineral (Mains, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Wliere located: Hetween Greenwood and Summit camps.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett. as  agent for Jane Russell, Free Miner's  Certificate No. D55293,. Wellington Elson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 1355328, ai:J Evan  Parry, Free Miner's Certificate No.  HS0121,       intend sixty        days from  the date hereof, to apply lo the Mining  Recorder for Certilicates of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grams of the  above 'hums. ''  Aud further take notice that actions, under  Section 37, must be commenced before Ihe issuance of such Certilicates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th dav of November, A.D. 1903.  *Mar4 ' I. 11. HALLETT.  MINERAL, ACT, ,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Alice"' and "Phoebe" Mineral Claims situate  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Wliere Located: Near to Ilaker  Creek.  Take Notice that wc. David Mcllr dejames  U. McMynn and AI. McMynn. Free Miner's  Oortilicate Nos. H41.S25; JS41,9M and B54902respectively, intend, sixty days iroin the date  here f, to apolyto'the Milling Recorder for  Certific; tes oft improvements, for the purpose of  obtai"   ng Crown Giant of the above claim.  And furtlier take notice that action,  under-  section  37.  must- be commenced  before the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated lliis lltli day of July. 1902.  David  McHkidk,  James G. McMynn  M. McMyxn.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "GLOBE" mineral Claim situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Wherelocated: on Horseshoe Mountain, ou  Main Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Ha.lctt, as  Agent for James Anderson, Free Miners'  Certificate No. H75359, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply tc the Mining Recorder  for aCertificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificateof Impiovements.  Oated this 12th day of December, A. D., 1903.  iucli25 " I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICE.  Hekqai. and Hkistoi.  mineral claims, situate  ir. the Greenwood  Mining  Division of Yale  ~~l)istfictr "Where located;-In Smith's camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Arthur Murdoch  Whiteside, agent for Henry T. Machin, Free  51 tier's Certificate No. H. 80136. intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certilicatesof Improvements,  forthe purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further taks notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 28lh dny of January. A. D. 1904.  A. M. WHITESIDE.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Gkanite Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood   Mining  Division of  Yale   District.  Where located���In Skylark camp, joining'  the Smuggler mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for M. H. Kane, Free Miner's  Certificate   No,   B80171,  and  I.  B.   Breslauer,  Free     Miner's      Certificate      N��       B 5S286,  intend,    sixty   days   from the    date   hereof  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Iniprovements, for thi��. purpose of bb-  ainhig a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that section 37, must  be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements.  Dated this 25th day of January, 1904, A. V.  apl SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "Alma" aud "Scorpion" mineral claims,  situaie in tlie Greenwood Mining division of  Y.-.le disfricl. Whero located : At Camp  McKinney joining the Pendre mineral  claim.  TAKE NOTICE that Sydney M. Johnson,  acting for Philip B. S. Stanhope free miner's certiiicate No. BS5487, intend, sixty payn  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for  the prrpose of obtaining a crown Grant ofthe  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 30th day of January A. D., 1904,  Sidney M. Johnson.  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co.  Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  AVasMDgton & G. N.  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & B. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland Nelson, Grand Forks and 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 stag-e for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet  cars run on   trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Leave Arrive  9:25 a. m. Spokane        5:45 p. m,  10:15 a. m. Rossland       5:10 p, in.  -7:00.a.-m.,.������^Nelson._ _^8:00 p.-m.-  11:00 a.m.   (Millers, Grand   4:00 p. ni  Forks)  9J5 a. m. Republic       5:40 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Ag-ent,  Spokane, Wash.  (E.A.S  2  CO/?/VET? COPPER AND GREENWOOD STREETS  *  A V  TO I)AVI-:   UEATIT. HENRY SHIELDS, or  to anv person or persons to whom thev'   may  liave    transferred    tlieir    interest   in    the  Paymaster   mineral   claim,   situate  in the  (Ireeuwood Miniuy Division of Tale district.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  the sum of 5HX1  for surveying the a*bove mentioned claim and $2.50 for  recordi 11 y the same  for an  assessment,  such beinjr    required   and  necessary to hold the  said claim   for tlie year  ending October 11. V)03. under the   provision   of  ihe Mineral Act aud Amending Acts: and if at  the expiration of n nety days from  the date of  the   lirst   publication   of   this   notice   in     the  boundary Cnelc Times, you   fail   or refuse to  contribute your   j.ortton   of  such   expenditure.  j namely. if-l.'Z^. together with all c��sts of adver-  I tisiny.   your   iMerests   in    said   mineral claim  ! shall  become   invested    in   me  fyoxtr co-owner)  J upon   filing in the proper oftiee iu that behalf  i the affidavit r^juired by section 4 of the Mineral  j Act Amendment Act. 1'HW."  :     Dated this 25th dav of January, yw.  i  or * ROBERT WOOD.  ^  Royal Brand . . . .  Tailor made Gothic  READY TO WEAR.  Is not made as ordinary ready made Clothing.  nor are inferior cloths and trimmings employed.  Clothing advertised jas being sold cheap, when  the  material   and  workmanship are likewise  cheap, is dear at any price.  In order to ensure your getting Tailor made  Garments, with good trimmings, a perfect fit,  value unsurpassed, see that this label is attached to the left hand coat pocket.  <*=&'  CLOTHING  REG I STEREO  A  J  j -2/7/  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  Y  4  Y  V  Y.  Y  Y  f  Y  *  t  v  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ?  Y  Y  Y  Y  Boundary Ore Shipments,  Granby Mines   Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe...   Sunset   Oro Denoro   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell   Emma   ; Winnipeg   Golden  Crown        Athelstan and Jack Pot   Kintf Solomon   No. 7 .: -   City of Paris ,..;   Senator .... -   Elkhorn     Providence.......   E... P. U. Mines and Gold Pinch..  Miscellaneous....... -���   1900  64 533  5 340  19 444  297  1901  1902.  1903  1904  231 862  310 601  393 718.  91 860  99 548  141 326  130 492  25 130  47 517  14 727  19 365  1 731  20 800  8 010  71 212  IS 731  15 537  800  7 345  ISO  Total Tons  1 076  2 250  1 200  2 000  3 230  99 730  150  560  650  1 040   850  665   325  7 900  785  625  532  172  3 339  22 937  2 435  ' "5'646  5 155  S2 770  400  993  167  569  372  140  140  95  389 000  507 811  682 541     135 367  SM^r^j^jMJM-X..'**^^^  Business Directory.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large  warehouse for storing goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  /WILSON .& CO.  Merchant Tailors.       " Greenwood, S}.  BARBER SHOPS.  ������:   GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  '"'.''       W. D. Fi/inn, Prop.  Sharp Razors, Clean Towels  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Street.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address:      hallett."  ���������_,���   .Bedford M'Neill's-Greenwood,���  Uodes  s Moreing & Neal's B. o.  Leber's.  I. B. HALLBTT.  H. C. SHAW.  McLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J. P. McLeod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anp    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,   t      :      s      :   B.   C.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  dining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  u  IY  0. S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND  CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  AROUND GREENWOOD  General Manager Wilson, of the  Northport smelter, and also representing the Price Bros, of Quebec, came in  to-day. The Price Bros, own the Marguerite mine in Deadwood camp,  which is equipped with considerable  machinery, and on which much work  has been done. They were the original  promoters of the Boundary Falls smelter.  In this connection it is understood  on the authority of a reliable citizen,  that James Breen left Spokane yesterday for the Boundary. It is thought  he siopped off at the Forks, where  Managing Director Monroe met him.  These movements Of these men portend, regardless of the assertion " we  have nothing for publication,'' that  there'll be something more doing in  this camp soon,  J. Peck MacSwain came into Nelson  on the cushions from Greenwood the  other day and is now holding down a  space in The Tribune office. This  shows how quickly a young man may  rise in the west, and Peck will yet  make a million or I:ss out of the  humor that flows from his upper stope  like jui;e from.a cut watermelon.  C. H. Lugrin, one time editor of the  Colonist, has purchased Truth from  D. B. Bogle and -vrill continue the  publication. Mr. Lmgrin thinks that a  wiser course than issuing another  periodical, there being room for one  but not two papers of that description.  The form and name of the paper may  be changed and "a sincere effort will  be SiadeT to "avoid~~partisanship" "in=  political questions.  Slocan's total ore shipments for last  week was 305 tons.  The difficulty existing between Russia and Japan is still on, judging from  the large space devoted to the matter  by the the daily press. But the dispatches are so contradictory they are  even more puzzling than the Russian,  Chinese and Japanese names.  J. E. McAllister, manager of the  Greenwood smelter, was in the city  yesterday on business. Wi-ile here  Mr. McAllister stated that an interesting arrangement had been arrived at  between his company and the Trai  smelter with respect to the copper  matte product of the Canadian Smelting Works. The Greenwood smelter  will shortly install a converter ordered  some months ago, and in addition to  handling the cutput of its own fur  naces will convert the copper mattes  from the Trail works. Hitherto the  Trail smelter has sent its matte products to Tacoma. These products include the regular copper matte and the  lead matte carrying copper as produced in the lead stacks. It is the  intention to ship the lead-copper matte  to Tacoma as before, but the copper  matte will be converted at the Greeu-  wood smelter.���Rossland Miner.  He Had a Good Stock of Grit.  About a year ago a man living in a  neighboring town, while reading one  night ^fter retiring, had the misfortune to overturn the coal oil lamp which  furnished the light. His clothing took  fire and he was badly burned about the  breast. The sore caused by the burn  never seemed to fully heal. He bethought himself of the process of skin  grafting, of which he had heard and  read. He had two brothers who consented to part with a slice of their  j hides, but when it came to submitting  j to  the ordeal they  weakened.    A cer-  Items of interest recorded by The Times  Reporter during the  past week.     :    :   :     :  tain yonng man of this city, not supposed to be overly supplied with powers  of endurance, was approached on the  subject and consented to supply the  needed live flesh for the proposed  surgical experiment, and accordingly  a piece 4x6 inches was taken from his  left arm and grafted on the unhealed  spot on the burned man's breast,  which is said to be knitting nicely.  The young man who parted with a  portion of his arm in this case must be  a pretty plucky fellow, for they say he  took no opiates but bore up under the  painful operation with the s��toicism of  an ancient martyr. No names are  mentioned in this case, as neither of  the parties to this story are acquainted  with each other.  Wanted.���Cook Stoves aud Furniture at Clint's, opposite Pacific Hotel.  Phoenix Miners' Union will give a  leap-year ball Feb. 29th, on which occasion they will pay prizes amounting  to $20 for superior dancing.  The Best Remedy for Croup  This is the season when the woman  who knows the best remedy for croup is  in demand in every neighborhood.  One of the most terrible things in the  world is to be awakened in the middle  of the night of the night by a whoop  from one of the children. The croup  remedies are almost as sure to be lojt  in case of croup, as a revolver is sure to  be lost in case of burglars. There used  to be an old fashioned remedy for  croup,- known-'as-hive^syrup,- but some  modern mothers say that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is better, and  does not cost so much. It causes the  patient to "throw up the plegm"  quicker, and gives relief  in        a shorter time.       Give  this remedy as soon as the croupy  cough appears and it will prevent the  attack. It never fails and is pleasant  and safe to take. For sale by J. It.  White.Greenwood and A. F. Thomas  Midway.  MINERAL, ACT.  Cei'Miiute of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Lucky   Boy."   "Red   Jacket"   and   "Never  Sweat" mineral claims, situate  in   tbe  Greenwood   Mining'   Division of   Vale District.  Where located:  On Cllma Crest, On West  Fo.rk of Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate "No. B-41751 for  self and as atfetit for (ieo. R. Naden, Free  Miner's Certiiicate No. U41655: VV. G. Gaunce,  Free Miner's Certificate No. Ii8O205:Tlie British  American Development Co., Ltd., FreeMim.r's  Certificate No. U71012. and F. F. Ketchum, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B55500,inteud, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Kecorder for a certificate of "Iniprovements, for  the puopose of obtaining-a crown Grant of the  above claims,  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such certificateof improvements.  Dated this 20th day of February, A. D. 1004.  SlDUEV M. JOHNSON-.  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. I gave  her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy according to directions and in two days  she was well and able to go to school.  I have used this remedy in my fatrily  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 Midwav.  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  in   my  Store  WILSON. THE TA  '5  OPPOSITE   POSTOFFICE  ROR SALE  Stooke Bros'  Well Known  Stockjtanch  640 ACRES  50 ACRES in Timothy and Grasses  100 Feet Hay and Cattle Sheds  35 Acres Hog Pasture, hog proof  fence, creek running through.  YOUNG ORCHARD, just coming  into bearing.  all floored.  money in HOGS.  CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.  grow to perfection,  bringing $2 to $3 a crate.  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 in the world. This is  practically the BE ST STOCK RANCH  in Southern British Columbia for the  money. :j ^,^���_���,._^^^ ������__    ^^ ���  Q Inquire at TIMES office or  STOOKE BROS., 4  miles  Northof Midway.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  IntheMatteh op the Estate op B. Harvey  I3f.acii,I/,vte of the Motiikk Lode Mine  13T  THE   DlSTKICT    OK   YaLE,    CaUPBNTER.  NOTICE is hereby (riven, pursuant to the  "Trustees and ExccutoJs Act," that all  creditors and others li;iviii(f claims apainst the  estate of the said B. Harvey Beach, who died on  orabout the 19th da>- of June, 1902, are required,  on or before the 2'sth March. 1<KH, to Bend by  post prepaid or deliver to Messrs. Hallett Si  Shaw, at their office in the Rendell Block, in  the City of Greenwood, solicitors foi Andrew  Sater, the administrator of the estate and effects  of the said 1'eceascd, th��ir christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their claims, the statement of their  accounts, and the nature of the securities, if  any, held by them.  And further take notice that, after such lats  mentioned date, the said executor will proceed  todistribute the assets of the deceased anion ir  the parties entitled thereto, having- regard only  to tbe claims of which he shall then have notice, and that the seid executor will not be liable  for the said assets or any part thereof to aio'  person or persons of whose claim notice shall  not have been received by him at the time of  such distribution.  Dated this 25th day of February, 1904.  Hallett & Shaw,  Solicitors for the said Administrator.  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP AT THE  HOTFL  ft  Tlie new manager B. ,Tomkins  has made it the leading hotel of  the Kootenays.  X"X"X"X"!"*"XMX''������'3>��������4  NEW  and the  BEST  Just Received���Iron:  Beds, Springs, Mat-1.,  trasses, Kitchen, |  Dining and.Rocking %  Chairs. A fine line |  of Crockery and X.  Glassware, Lamps,  Cutlery and Plated  Ware  Razors; Pocket: Knives^  Scissors and, Carving Sets.  Hot and Coal Stoves.   ;  We buy what you have  to sell and sell what  you have to buy.  0.1. C. :v, ,, ,  re  A. L. WHITE & CO.  Next to National Hotel  <KKKK~MKKK~><"><��>��X~>��5K'">��5'  Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days  For several months our young-er  brother had been troubled with indigestion. He tried several remedies  but got no benefitfrom them. We purchased someof Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablels and he commenced  taking- them. Inside of thirty days he  had gained thirty pounds in flesh.  He is now fully recovered.���Hor.i,EY  Bkos., Merchants, Long Branch, Mo.  For sale by J. L. White. Greenwood,  and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  Only two g-ames remain to be  played in the Warren cup competition. H. L. Johnstons vs. J.  S. Birnie, the winner to play J.  A. Kussell who is now in the  finals.  fl  by . if  7*.' -ni-  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C. BOUNDARY   OR^EK   TIMES.  S~ "We  live to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom ^  tr but in order to live you must eet the best to cat, ~s  T/t'V   OLtf?  lie  n  rn  An  it    �����<��  1)3  B       OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON  | The New INDEPDMNT MEAT MARKET  The Union Meat Company  i-���   'Phone  ��=   No. 20.  ^aiuiuiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiauauuiiiaiiiiaiUiiiiiiiiiimiK  Boundary Creek Times  Issued eocry Tridav  Duncan Ross Managing Editok  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year    2 'JO  Six Months       '.'.  I 2c  To Foreign Countries _  2 50  FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY  26,   1004  IF   SO,;   WHY   SO?  A letter in the Cranbrook  Herald of last week contains  some pertinent enquiries re the  Flathead reserve. After producing a copy of Premier McBride's letteF to G. A. Fraser,  M. L. A., of Grand Forks, on the  government's policy,it g'pes cm to  say: "It will be seen from "this  that any number of persons miy  receive licenses to prospect the  same piece of ground, and that  any conflict arising between them  will be subject to suit at law.  There are thousands of claims  for licenses already made upon  the reserve, and it is known that  they are several deep upon the  sanie ground. The law provides  that a claim shall be legal and  valid before a license is issued.  Some.of these claims Avere staked  12 and 15 years ago, and others  from time to time since then.  As will be-seen"by the premier's  letter all these will receive licenses provided they can show legal  and valid lecations, according-' to  their priority. To illustrate:  "A" will receive the first license.  "B" the second, "C" the third,  and so on, provided each can  show that he has a valid and  legal location. One hundred  dollars is the license fee each  year from each license holder.  Each holder of a license would  have the same legal right upon  the ground and to its possession,  there being nothing iii the "Coal  Act" that provides for second or  third licenses or their relative  right. A license is a preliminary  to a title, each license being  issued upon the proof that the  claim was legal and valid, each  would be of equal force and right.  The government having provided  this system-of disposing of the  coal lands,.would be responsible  for all licenses issup.d to prospectors acting in good faith and  without knowledge of others having received licenses to prospect  the same ground. It would appear from this view of the case,  and a knowledge of conditions  there, and people's intentions,  that very serious complications  are likely to arise, both between  the various claimants aud the  government. Ifj the government  continues issuing" licenses indefinitely, and receiving $100 per  year from any number of people  for the same ground, and conveying to each equal rights, it, as  well   as   the   people,   will have  something to do to extricate itself  from the consequence."  The  Japs have captured   four  more Russian torpedo boats.  work will  be' commenced on this  great undertaking in short order.  Speaking of the disastrous  Baltimore conflagration, Dunn's  Review has these encouraging  words: "The disastrous loss of  the conflagration was offset very  largely by the stimulous it will  give to many industries, notably  structural steel. In restoring  Baltimore there will be great activity in the building trades,  while large stocks of good must  be replaced, and orders filled by  jobbers and manufacturers elsewhere. Much of the financial  loss will fall on strong insurance  companies, well able to bear it,  and the course of the stock market does not indicate any heavy  selling- of securities ou this account."  The Vancouver city council is  at war with the police commissioners.  There has been heavy fightnig  between the Turks and Albanians  at Rostoff.  The entire Japanese loan of  100,000,000 yen has been subscribed at Tokio.  The pay roll of 'the mines in  Rossland camp amounted to $40,-  000 for January.  The leading mining journals of  the United States and Great  Britain now list the Granby  niiues among the big- mines of  the world.  One may be justified in surmising that -"Why Smith Left  Home".was because he learned of  "What Happened to Jones."  Frank M. Dallam, of the Palmer  Mountain Prospector, Loomis,  Wash., is about to begin the  publication of a local paper at  Riversi.de, Wash.  The price of flour has beeu increased-65 cents per--barrel-in-the-  past month in. eastern markets.  Wheat aud cotton are the present  kirgs vi the great t;;.n.blir g dens  today.  The Kamloops branch of the  Provincial Mining Association  has been disbanded. The attempt  to force au obligation from the  legislative candidates at the provincial election is said to be the  cause of trouble among the branch  associations.  An eastern country editor tells  this of one of his delinquent subscribers: A frightful storm was  approaching. For safety the delinquent crawled into a hole in a  log. The rains came and bv the  swelling of the wood the hole  was reduced to a size which precluded passage out after the  storm. In thinking over his past  life it occurred to him that he had  not paid his subscription to the  local paper for three years, and  he felt so small he escaped  through the shrunken hole with  ease.  The United States senate on  Tuesday ratified without amendment the treaty with Panama for  a canal across the isthmus by a  vote of ()U to 1.4. The result was  a foregone conclusion, the interest iu the matter being only in  the division of the vote on the  Democratic side which was not  detin'tely known until the roll  was called, all the Republicans  being for ratification.    Doubtless  As this is a mining camp, and  one of importance, its local paper  should of right be largely devoted to the chief industry of the  community or section of country  of which it is the metropolis. As  the editor lias not the all seeing  eye, nor is he a mind reader, he  must rely almost wholly for mining- neAvs upon what he is told of  the various mining interests. He  has not the time at his disposal  to visit all the mines and prospects in his local field, but he desires information abotit them from  the least to the greatest, and  would g-reatl}' appreciate favors  along this line. If youvnsh Arour  local paper to propely reflect the  mining interests of this great  mining camp help it to do so by  voluiitarih' telling the ueAvs-  gathercr, so far as you can Avhat  vou kuow about these matters.  ERC'AL HOTEL  RE-OREN/NG OR  DINING   ROOM ...  The Dining Room has lately been refitted and refurnished   and  and will be run in first-class style.  EVERYTHING   IN   SEASON  Meals 35 cents. Special rates to steacty boarders  TummMmmmmmzMmmMmmmssR  The annual meeting of the  War Eagle Mining Company of  Rossland camp, Avas held iu  Toronto Monday. The report of  the general manager Av.as very  satisfactory to stockholders. The  ore sales dtiring- the year have  beeu 60,039 tons, averaging $13  full assay value, S9.S7 smelter's  gross assay value. The average  assay contents Avere: Gold, 0,41S,  ounces; silver, 1.02 ounces; copper, 1.45 per cent. As sIioavh by  tb��:j>rofit and Joss.. sjjitement,...the  net profit for the year Avas S30,-  340.47, "which with the amount  charged off for depreciation of  plant, etc., $38,171.74, show's an  excess of revenue over expenditure of $fiS,512.2l. The present  reserves of smelting- pay ore are  estimated at about 20,000 tons,  averaging $10 smelter's gross assay value.  2J  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  0"=*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  f=*  CF*  CF*  mmDwwwmwwmmmmmmmi  ontreal.  Capital, all paid up. $13,973,560.  Rest..  .$10,000,000.  President.   Lom> Stkathcoka. and Mount Roval,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drommond.  General Manager:    E. S   Clouston.  Brandies in London, Eng. .JcuJJh!���PrcaiK,a.} Hew York, Chicago.  Kny ami sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part.of the world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  x=9  ted  *=��>  THE f ANADIAM RANK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Amalgamated  IE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital '. $   8,700,000  Rest...      3,000,0()0  Aggregate resources exceeding     83,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. E  WALKER, General Manager |  London Office, 60 Lombard St., E. C.  Tlie Bank lias 101 IJraiiclii'S well  distributed throughout the Dominion and elsewhere, including the following- in IJritish Columbia and the Yukon Territory:  ATTAIN, GREENWOOD. NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS. NELSON, VICTORIA,  DAWSON, LADYRMITH. N.WESTMINSTER, WHITE HORSE,  I 1SRNIE.  Branches in the United States:  NEW YORK;      SAN FRANCISCO.       PORTLAND,      SEATTLE,      SKAGWAY  Deposits received,  oxcliangv.-boutflit   and  sold  and e-vcrv description of   ban king-(  business transacted^ " GREENWOOD  BRANCH, J  W. ALLISON, Manager.  ^ =PE  IJR. MATHISON  DKNTIST  Vrnlen-I-'Niod r.lock. Greenwood. I'. C.  An  Attack of Pneumonia Warded off  "Some time ago my daughter caught  a severe cold. She complained oi pains  in her chest and a bad cougli. I gave  her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy according to directions and in two days  she was well and able to go to school.  I have UFed this remedy in my family  for the past seven years and have never  known it to fail," says James Prender-  gast, merchant, Amiato Bay, Jamaica,  West India Islands. The pains in the  chest indicates an approaching attack  of piietunnnin. which in this instance  was iindoitbtedly warded off bv Cham-  'ot'rhi in's Cough Remedy. It cou lter-  acls any tendency of a cold toward  pneumonia. For sale by J. L. White  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas Midway.  Two Dispatches From Baltimore  WHICH TELL THEIR OWN STOREY���-������  ''Richard F. Post was appointed a receiver for the  Peabody Fire Insurance Company of Baltimore. The  Company lost S'700,000 by reason of the fire and it had  assets of $300,000."  "The Liverpool and London aud Globe Insurance  Company's   Baltimore   loss one million   ($1,000,000.)  Will pay by draft on Home Office, so as not to disturb  American   or  Canadian investments.      Company  has  -^"--"-subscribed'tett"tliousan(l ($10,000/ to"relief -futlg- -^--=���--���-���-  THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE has  over   three  million dollars invested iu Canadian Securities.  When insuring" why not be sure of indemnity in case of loss ?  Bealey Investment 1 Trust Company, Ltd.  GEORGE R. NADEN, Manager  Ag-nts fai The Liverpool & London & Globe.     The Phoenix Assurance Company of London. Eng  The British America Assurance Company of Toronto, Ont.  GRAND F0RKS,--Ptt0ENIX--GREENW00D  AILY 5TAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood fi a. ni.    Arriyes'at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  LeavesoOrand-Forks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. wi.  Fare -Grand Forks IS3.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix SI.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Wi'i'tln-rn express r.iies   made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  DRINK  *** **��� ��������� ���*������2M���*������5^**��^���2�����2*���5Mw���*5��� ��***J��*5^X**5^*^5**X**5*****2^**5*  A LIFE  ?RENEWER  On Kale at all tlie hotels.  BOTTLED  IIV  Comfortable Rooms..  Everything First Class-  THR SWAYNE HOUSE  Silver Street,  Greenwood.  JAMES M'CREATH  Notice.  In re Lot 1012, Group one, Osooyoos Division,  Yale District.  Whereas proof of loss of certificate of title  No. 21-tla issued in the names of Robert Wood  ami Charles Si-ott Galloway lias been filed in  the office.  ��� Notice is hereby (riven that I shall at the expiration of one month from the date of the lirst  I Insertion hereof, issue a duplicate of the said  I certiiicate,  unless. In  the  meantime, valid ob-  | jectioii be made mine in wrilinir  W. H. Edmoxds,  District Registrar.  liottlers of Vine Lager Beer and i  Manufacturers  of   all   kinds   of   Land Registry Oflii e.  Carbonated JjeverafieH. j        Kamloops, B.C., February 1st, 1"XH. <i/3  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  YOUV'E TRI  NOW     TRY  THE REST  THE  Prescriptions  This is our most particular department. We make it a point to  have a full line of the very best materials for filling prescriptions  written by any doctor. We have a thorough system for doing the  work and no prescription can get out of our store until filled right  and double checked.    We do it for your safety.   It pays us to do so.  "^(������HU��(f%  0  0  ���  GREENWOOD    WINS  Boys from the City of Ice Poor Players and Showed Poorer Judgment  Throughout the Hockey Game on  Wednesday Evening.  The hockey match Wednesday  evening' last between Greenwood  and Phoenix, for the championship of the Boundary, was a good  exhibition of the game if some of  the roughness which the Phoenix  team displayed had been left at  home. However, with all their  roughness the Greenwood team  handed it back done up in small  parcels and often.  At the close of the first half  the score stood 3 to 1 in Green-  wocd's favor, and at the finish it  showed the home team to be victorious by 4 to 2.  Phoenix may at one time have  been proud of her hockey team  but the team which played  against Greenwood last Wednesday evening was anything but  hockey players, not one spark of  knowledge of the game was displayed by them from start to  finish. Joe Stretzell, the bulley  of the Phoenix team, was quietly  -placed- away- in- th e-dressin gir oom.  in the middle of the last half,  and as one of the spectators remarked " It was worth the price  of admission to see him get what  he justly deserved." Stretzell  played a poor game, but tried to  make up for lack of knowledge by  slugging, and, as stated, was  handed a neat little parcel which  he could not carry, so it was necessary to help him off the ice.  In  the first   half Colton   and  Clark of Phoenix were ruled off j  for dirty playing,   but took their  places when  time  for the second  half was called.-  Any Greenwoodite who witnessed the the game could not  help but feel proud of the home  team for the clean and clever  game they played. If we. were to  praise one we must praise all, but  we must mention one, Leslie  Steel, who, for a young player  did some very clever goal shooting, and his game throughout  was praised by one and all.  There was only a fair attendance at the rink, and Manager  Williamhurst's exchequer will not  be very handsomely reimbursed  from the receipts.  Throughout the entire game  the puck was hurled around the  Phoenix goal, so in the last half,]  the Phoenix team having the  goal furtherest away from the  spectators it was impossible to  see most of the playing. Greenwood has enough enthusiastics  of skating and hockej' to "warrant I  a large rink being built, one  -with seats down one side if not i  both, so that when a game of  hockey or a carnival is held, for  those who cannot skate it would  be more comfortable and worth  one's while to attend these games,  especially for the ladies. The  ice was in splendid condition.  Iu conclusion we extend to  Phoenix our sympathy, and in-  v.te them to come again, but first  be fair, play more hockey aud we  will give you a right royal time.  ooo oooooooooo ooooo&ooooooo  0  1 A, LOGAN & Co,  Watchmakers  And ��.��.  Jewellers.  Reductions from  25 to 50 per  cent will be made  on Every Piece  of China during  February  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. L. Coles.  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  ���S-SSSS-SSSi  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO <  Japan Is At War With Russia  Now is the time to get in on the ground  floor. The price of Coal will go up 100  per cent in a few weeKs.  The International Coal and Coke Co. Shares are just the thing  to put your money in, they can be procured at present at a low figure.  They are already shipping nearly 200 tons a day and expect to increase  in a short time to 2000. -    "  Buy into something that will net you a snug income with a small  outlay of eapital.  I have an option for a limited amount of shares and when they  have gone it will cost you considerable more to derive the same benefit.  Remember procrastination is often the thief of a good annuity.  I have also 3000 shares of DENORO for sale.    These are a snap,  as the Denoro is now ranking as one of the big shippers of the district.  For full information app'.y to  F, W,  McLAINE  Real Estate and Insurance Opposite Postoffice. Greenwood  . Q  ? OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  WATCHES  DIAMONDS  JEWELRY  g Copper Street, Greenwood  0  s  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  CANADjAN  . . . RAILWAY . . .  World's Scenic Route  Direct line.  East.  Winnipeg  Toronto.  Ottawa.  Montreal  New York  .  Lowest rates  West.  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Fra ncisco  via Soo Pacific Line,St. Paul  Chicago and all U. S. points.  S. S. Service From  Vancouver  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCOOO  I        A PIPE I  CINCH I  Not ;t lead pipe cinch: but we have ... Q  cincli on smokers' utensils in Green- 0  wood camp. We carry every kind, from X  the liiffli-priced Meerchauni tothe low 6  priced clay dab. Also the finesl 'r^ii;.  ...of^Sjnplshiir^udj^Juj^iig^robaccos^  CIGARS  TO BURN  Full Hue of the best Imported and  Domestic Cijjars. Try 'em before they  go up in smoke. We do not carry  smokeless ciiriirs.   Drop in and  see us.  H.A.KIHG&C��  Smokers' Outfitters  Cori'KK St.,    -    GREENWOOD  CKj-TXXXD oooooooooooooooooooo-  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  LKH0RN BREWERY  PORTMAN  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  LLI  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops. Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  <">X"X"X"X~X">*X"; X'*******^*  to  AT.-ASKA, JAPAN,  CHINA,  AUSTRALIA  HAWAII.  Through bookinps to England and  the Con  tinent via all S. S. line  For complete information and further particulars  apply to local agents or  E. R. REDPATPI. Agent,  Greenwood.  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPASS,   !  SKATES SHARPENED.  PAINTING AND-  SIGN WORK.  ?  ! Copper St.    Greenwood,  *  ���X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X^X-X-I'-j'  Greenwood Uquor Co  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  WINES,   LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  Sole Boundary Agents for  Pabst Brewing Co's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager  Also Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages  DRINK IRON BREW, a Life Preserver  Beer  JAS. McCREATM, PROP  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  ����a0��#��ii>j>0#����o0��o0aao��otf����i$����a<i��fii����a��i}#����a����e����#e��������  E. J. COYLE,        J. S.  A.(J P.A., Vancouver  CATER,  I).P.A. Nelson  Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shooting- pains, torturing muscles, no rest,  no sleep���that means rheumatism. It  is a stubborn disease to iif^ht, but  Chamberlain's Pain Balm has conquered it thousands of times. One application gives relief. Try it. J. L  White Greenwood and A. F. Thomas  Midway, sell it.  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  FINANCIAL | MINING AGENTS  MINING PROPERTIES OF MERIT PUR  CHASED OR DEVELOPED. BOUNDARY   OR^BK   TIMES.  p  o  Tlie hand that rocks the cradle  Is the hand that rules the land,  But the legthat wears the shin pad-  Is the leg now in demand.  a    9  Canada's national game of  hockey was rudely imposed upon  last Tuesday night, when a game  was pulled off at the Greenwood  skating rink between a picked  seven of the many lady hockey  players which Greenwood can  boast of, and seven from the  would-be hockey enthusiasts  among the men.  The game was called for at  eight o'clock, and about a quarter  past seven now and then one of  the fair sex could be seen wending  her way towards the battle  grounds, with hockey stick and  skates clanging on the sidewalk.  Sharp at a quarter to eight the  ladies had all arrived and iu a  few 'minutes had don<��d their  skates and shin pads, and with  almost nervous prostration awaited the arrival of that nobler being called man.  ��� Referee Master Lloyd Hunter,  prompt on time, called out "play  hockey" and a throng from both  dressing rooms began to pour out  on the ice. Referee Hunter,  somewhat  startled  by so sudden  au appearance of the two different teams, and wondering at the  same time, after taking a glance  at them, whether he would be  able to give a just decision or  not,   lined  them up as  follows:  Madames McLaine, Warren, Fair^  English; Misses Hay, Dickson,  Martin.  Messrs. Fair, Allison, Janion,  Burnside, Hodge, McMynn and  McLaine.       .  In accordance to a mutual  agreement between the teams  the men had to wear women's  dresses, thereby placing the men  at the same disadvantage as the  ladies. The game started, it was  like a Kansas cyclone��� fast and  furious. In- the first half the  .referee's Avork was not very tr}'-  ing, practically all he had to do  was to help untangle one or two  mixups, and rule Burnside off the  ice for tripping one of the young  ladies, causing her to fall. The  score stood at the end of the first  half 1-1., with the men winded,  and to look at the ladies }7ou  would have  thought   they were  just returning from an afternoon  tea having had a good laugh at  the expense of one of their own  sex.  Referee Hunter  decided to  allow only five minutes intermission,  as he could sec by rushing things  the liual outcome,   which  proved  to be only too correct.    He called  "play   hockey"   for   the   second  time,  and at it they went, beating one another with those nasty  little  clubs  as one of the ladies  afterwards called them,   tearing  dresses, and one poor fellow who,  we  won't   give  his  name,  got a  black eye.    At this point Referee  Hunter's troubles started.    W. G.  McMynn,   who   was   attired   in  what  some  would call a bridal  robe with a long train attached  to it, got the puck and started in  to make a circle for the goal, bttt  his   turns   were   too   short   and  quick,    almost   as  quick  as  the  eye could catch it he had four or  ���five tangled up in the train of his  dress, a bad mixup followed, and  Referee Hunter   was obliged to  order  McMynn  off the ice for a  short time to take a few reefs in  his skirt.  C. H. Fair was the next ruled  off the ice by the referee for being  too rough, and- C. II. went away  back and was seated. The referee had time and again g-iven  Janion warning about trying to  hug one of the young ladies every  time there was a mix-up, aud  finally had to send him back to  where C. II. Fair was. At this  point  the  ladies  scored another  goal within two minutes of the  end of the last half. The score  final!}' stood 2 to 1 iu favor of the  ladies.     The referee was called  all sorts of names by the men  when he was out of hearing of  the ladies, and, meanest of all,  was accused of being unfair.  <K>O-CW><X><><><X><>O<><>CM>O<>O-CK>0<>-0<>   OCKJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  SEVEN PROSPEROUS YEARS  The Condition of Canada Seven Years Ago, and  the Condition of Canada Today  The story of the seven years of fullness is succinctly told ia a poster  issued by the Liberal Association of Leduo, Alberta.    Here it is :  Seven years ago last Juiir the Conservative government was in  power. Today the Liberals are in power aud this is part of their record  for the seven years past:  Seven years ago our revenue was 3536,618,591; today it is $63,739,271,  or nearly twice as much.  Seven years ag-o we had a deficit of ��330,000; this year we had a  surplus of over $13,000,000, or a betterment of a little over $13,000,000.  Seven years ag-o our foreign trade' was 8239,000,000; today it is  5459,000,000, or about twice as much.  Seven years ag-o the number of homesteads entered during the year  was 1,857; this year it was 31,343, or a little over 17 times as many.  Seven years ago our cattle trade amounted tc $104,451; this year it  was ��11,342,634, or say eleven times as much.  Seven years ago we exported in oats S273,861; this year we exported ,  ��2,583,171, or over nine times as much.  Seven years ago we exported in flour $718,433; this year we exported  $4,699,142, or say six times as much.  Seven years ago our Territorial graut was $267,000; this year it was  $957,000, oi say four times as much.  Seven years ago our bank note circulation was $31,456,297; this year  ��� it was 560,414,740, or say $2 to $1.  Seven years a^o we exported bacon to the value of $3,802,135; this  year we exported ��15,455,174, or about four times as much.  Seven years ago we exported in butter $4,000,000; this year we  exported $7,000,000, or say twice as much.        .  Seven years ago we exported in agricultural implements $593,464,  this year we exported $2,284,904, or say four times as much.  Seven years rgo our mineral export was $4,419,170; this year it was  ��31,064,861, or say seven Limes as mucti.  Seven years ago it tool< the bonding of three quarter-sections of this  land to buy a'btishel of seed grain fiom the government. Thisyearlots  of this same laud sold for one and two thousand dollars.  And last, but not least, seven years ago tons of Tory literature were  strewed over the width and breadth of this laud abusing Mr. Israel  Tarte in every way imaginable. This year it is: "Come to my arms,  Israel, dear, bid your friends in the Liberal cabinet good-bye."  <H>0<>0<>0<>0<>00<>CK><><><>00<>00<>00<K^  tinting Department Cbe fiigbest of JSrtistic .Skill is Displayed  gall us up on  ���������������  End let us figure  *���������*  etw��oii ^^.^  Cbe Best finality of Stock  always on band>  Ho 3ob too Karge  ���������Jlone too Small  n Clin! Vl  /  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  A Little Slip of a Girl.  She passed along the street,  Amid the hurry and whirl,  Small, exquisite and sweet,  A little slip of a girl.  A smooth banana peel  Eight in her way did curl,  And it caused,  when it touched  her heel,  A little slip of a girl.  All The Time.  The time to advertise is all the  time. In business there is no such  thing as standing still. Advertise in busy times because the  iron must be struck while it is  hot, and advertise in dull times  to heat the iron,    It can be done.  Want Power to Issue Bonds.  The Nicola, Kamloops & Similkameen Coal and Railway Co.  has given notice of its intention  to ask the Dominion government  for an act empowering it to issue  bonds to the extent, of $35,000  per mile; and to enter into arrangements with the C. P. R. for  operating the line.  The Champion Ski-Jumper.  Torgal Noreri is certainly a  wonderful ski-jumper. On Sunday afternoon he gave an exhibition on. Monte Cristo mountain,  Rossland,' before about 100 spectators, who climbed the hill to  see the young Norwegian champion demonstrate his prowess.  The snow was somewhat heavy,  but despite this drawback, Noren  cleared seventy-three feet eight  inches, the longest leap ever made  in Canada.  .-.AUDITORIUM..  That $10,000 Express Robbery.  J. W, Wilcox, mail clerk of  Moose Jaw, has been arrested in  connected with the disappearance  of 310,000 in Bank of Hamilton  bills from registered mail between  that city and Vancouver about  three months ago. The arrest  was r.made in Crown Prosecutor  Johnson's office at Regina. He  was brought there by a government detective from the west. He  is about 28 years of age.  Not Contraband of War,  Instructions have been received  by the C. P. R. freight and steamship departments that unless a  blockade of Japanese ports is  effected, flour, horse feed and  similar cargoes are not classed as  contraband of war. Large consignments of Manitoba wheat  went out on the Empress of China  last Monday. Five hundred tons  of barley will also be shipped.  This was stopped pending instructions.  A Costly "Toot"  John Ryan, "hotel keeper at  "Wardner, Idaho, was relieved of  $600 one evening last week in  Fernie. On his way to Fernie he  got a lot of time checks cashed at  Cranbrook and had the above sum  in his iqside pocket. He indulged  in more or less drinking in town  though he was not entirely under  its influence. He believes the  money was taken from his pocket  by a sneak thief while he was  dozing in a chair.  JUST ONE JOYFUL NIGHT  The "Gleeful Plenitude"  By   Geo.   H.   Broadhurst    author   of  "What Happened to Jones," "The  Wrong Mr. Wright." etc.  Four months at the Strand Theatre,  London.  Four months at Madison Square  Theatre, New York.  Midway Potatoes.  A carload of potatoes, consign  ed to a Nelson wholesaler, arriv  ed from Midway Tuesday. The  potatoes were stored in pits in  the field and were shipped in a  refrigerator car. They arrived  there in fine condition. The fact  that these potatoes could be  stored in pits in the field and not  be frost bitten speaks volumes for  the climate. East of the Rockies  they would under similar circumstances have been so badly frozen  as to be useless. Although the  shipment was made from Midway  in a refrigerator car, provided  with stoves, the weather was so  mild that it was not necessary to  light the fires in the stoves.  ed Dan Bethune as the latter was  passing his house on the way to  his Avork. The bullet penetrated  the abdomen causing a painful  wound. The weapon used by  Wilson was a large 44 revolver.  Bethune was put on board the  Great Northern express and taken  to Grand Forks where he was  placed in the hospital under the  care of Dr. R. E. Northrop. Wilson, who is a brother of a prominent physician and senator of-  Washington state, gave himself  up to the authorities and was  taken to Republic to wait the result . of his victim's injuries, and  trial. The quarrel resulting in  the shooting was over Wilson's  sister-in-law.  Le Roi No. 2 All Right.  The annual reports of Le Roi  No. 2 company, Rossland, show a  satisfactory condition of affairs.  For the year ending on September 30 last the company earned  profits of .��15,471,. of which  .��6000 will be utilized to pay a  dividend of one shilling a share.  A balance of ��9,471 will be carried over to the present year.  During the year the company  shipped 17,550 tons of ore on  which the net returns from the  smelters were $217,750. The  auditors wrote off ��l4,870 for  depreciation during the year. The  directors describe the Elmore oil  concentration works as ' 'entirely  satisfactory." The statement is  made that from the end of September to the end of December  the profits from shipments have  been ^2,000 monthty.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  HAVING ADDED A  ��S!��S  TINSHOP  To my Plumbing Establishment  am pr��oareu to do all kinds of  T1NSIYHTH1NG AT  SHORTEST NOTICE.  curnace   Grates  and   Stove  Repairs  E W, BISHOP  The   Most   Complete   Stock   in  the Boundary.  Phone 3 8     Naden-Flood Block.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  EAGLE   HALL  Recently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :     :        >   [  C. W. WILSON,   Secretary.  S.BARRY YUILL  Shootin? Scrape at Orient.  Quite a serious shooting affray  took place at Orient, Wash., a  small town 15 miles south of  Laurier, on the Washington &  Great Northern railway, last  Saturday at noon. Everett Wilson   shot  and  seriously wound-  P  ipes,  ���obacco$t  gigars and  Cigarettes  A choice line of the  above good just  ��� received.  Downey's,  iUilson Bros.,  and  Stewart's  3u$t arrived*  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jttbes and other  fancy candies.  8% B. tftunroe  Copper Street  Interpreted by a Company of Metropolitan players, under the management of Mr. C. P. Walker, of the  Winnipeg- and allied theatres.  Prices. $1.00 and 75c  Sale   of   seats   at   White Bros. Drug  Store.  The Best Remedy for Croup  This is the season when the woman  who knows the best remedy for croup is  in demand in every neighborhood.  One of the most terrible things in the  world is to be awakened in the middle  of the night of the night by a whoop  from one of the children The croup  remedies are almost as sure to be lost  in case of croup, as a revolver is sure to  be lost in case of burglars. There used  to be an old fashioned remedy for  croup, known as hive syrup, but some  modern mothers say that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is better, and  does not cost so much. It causes the  patient to "throw up the plegm"  quicker,   .       and gives relief  in        a shorter time.       Give  this remedy as soon as the croupy  cough appears and it will prevent the  attack. It never fails and is pleasant  and safe to take. For sale by J. L.  White Greenwood and A. F. Thomas  Midway.  -��-*%^: THE:  Copper Street.  tf��  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,  ��2?  P5'  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER.  All -work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  In the Superior Court of British Columbia  In the Matter ofthe Land Registry Act  and Amending Acts  J.bGOURLAY  LANG  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  AND  CHEMIST  Successor   to   Walter   E.   Segsworth  Control Assays a Specialty  Ore Shipments to Local Smelters Carefully Attended to.  i0ZS$^   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  '���^WM^ No. 38,1.0.0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  E."F6yi.e SMiTir;-"""" FRED'B.'Hbl.MESr'^"  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  AND II* THE MATTER OF AN APPLI-  catlontbv the Granby Consolidated Mining  and Smelting Company, Limited, and the  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and  Power Company, Limited, (or liberty to  amend or alter a plan or survey of a subdivision of lots eight hundred 'and ninety-  four (894), nine hundred and twenty-two (-924),  nine hundred and thirty-three (988), and five  hundred and eighty-nine (589), if roup una II),  Osoyoos Division of Yale district, In the  Province of British Columbia, .deposited in  the Land Registry office.  ^f^/e^I^^onourablei^&^V^^  The Chief Justice j ot uclo0er> A- "���lws-  Upon the application of the Granby Condon  dated Mininp and Smelting Company, Limited  and the Granby Consolidated Mininir, Smelting-  and Power Company, Limited, upon hearing-  read the affidavit of George W. Wooster, sworn  herein on the t3th day of September, 1901, _aud  the exhibit therein referred to and duly Sled,  the affidavit of Oreu B. Smith, sworn herein  the 13th day of September, 1901, as to th�� service and publication of the summons herein,  and upon hearing- Mr. J. A. Macdonald of  counsel for the applicants:  It is ordered that the said Granby Consolidated Mining and Smelting- Company, Lirrlttd,  and the Granby Consolidated Mininir. Smelting  and Power Company, Limited, beat liberty to  amend and alter the said map or'survey of a  subdivision of lots eight hundred and nintty-  fonr[894), nine hundred and twehty^two R23],  nine hundred and thirty-three '1933], and ffivs  hundred and eig-hty-nine [589], group oneiMl],  Osoyoos division of Yale district, in the Province of British Columbia, deposited iurth*  Land Registry office at the. City^- jS. Karolo&pa,  in the said Prbviuce and'thtr"ei'd"'��i/u'lnb��red  sixty, 60, snch subdivision being commonly  known as "Phoenix Old Ironsides Subdivision,"  by straightening out Old Ironsides avenue  mentioned and shown on said plan or survey  by continuing the said stieet or avenue from the  northwest corner of lot fourteen, 14, in block  twelve, 12, as shown on the said plan or surj-ey,  in tue same straight line as that portion' of the  said street or avenue which lies to the east of  the said northwest corner of said lot fourteen.  14, as shown on said plan or survev, bv altering-  and amending the measurements and sites of  lots fifteen, IS. lo twentv-nine, 29,-inclusiv* la  said block twelve, 12, accordingly, and by cancelling such oortion of the said plan or survey  as sub-divides any part or said subdivision, or  lands lying to the south of such portion of said  street or avenue proposed to be altered and  amended, such alterations snd amendments  being- more particularly shown in red ink on a  bine print of the said plan or snrvey altered1 iud  amended as sought in this application, marked  as exhibit "A." to an affidavit til George w.  Wooster swomhereln and duly.filed: ,.������-  And it is further ordered thausald Granbv  Consolidated Mining and Smelting- Cortipahv,  Limited, and the Granby Consolidated.Mining,  Smelting and Power Company, Limited; -be at  liberty to file or deposit the same map or plan  as amende I in the Land Registry office- Sit the  City of Kamloops aforesaid, and that the Regis  trar of Titles at the said Land Registry office  do forthwith after tbe expiration 61 the (period  hereinafter mentioned, which application may  be made to set aside this order, atntndW and  alter said registered map or numbered sixtjj, 60,  in said Land 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 contecn-  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 or  persons, firm or firms, corporation or corporations, interested in 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-��t C. J.  Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days  For several months our younger  brother had been troubled with indigestion. He tried several remedies  but got no benefit from them. We purchased some of Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tabids and he commenced  taking them. Inside of thjrty days he  had gained thirty pounds in flesh.  He is now fully recovered.���Holley  Bros., Merchants, Long Branch, Mo.  For sale by J. L. White, Greenwood,  and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  TRY OUR COFFEE  ��  Charles R.Tittock,  *  #  ^ropr.  tt! kfeni IH iin I iii  GEO. R. NADEN.  Manager.  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America  Assur-  Co. of London, England. ance Co., of Toronto.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  The  Canadian   Birkbeck   Investment and Savings Co.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  * THE  NEW  LEAR  The first of every year we  make a resolution. It is a  resolve to make our Drug  Store in all of its departments better than ever before. It is our intention 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  J. L. WHITE  $ Druggist -     -       Greenwood 8  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improveinents.  NOTICE.  Marshall, Marshall Fraction, Little:  Annik, Little Bkows Mineral Claims,  situate In the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District. Where located���In Greenwood   camp,  at   the  head  of  Providence  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M." JoKnibn,  acting as agent for James McNulty, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B55171, John Bresnaban,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BS020S, Danie:  Bresnalian, Free Miner's Certificate No. BS5170,  and-Thomas Clark,-Free-Miner's Certificate No. -  BSS2TO, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining recorder-for Cett-  ficates 01 Improvements, for the purjx.se of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, mnst be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.   ���  Dated this 22nd day of January, A. D. 1904.  apl SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE  Notice is hereby fiveu tliat 30 days after data  I intend to apply to the Board of Licence Cdm-  misslones for the City of Greenwood for a  transfer of the liquor Ilsence now'held by me  to Poupore and McVeigh for the premises  known as the Ladysmith Hotel situate ia Block  "F" in the Fisher addition to the City of  Greenwood.  Dated this 15th day of February, 1904.  [LOUIS FORSCHNER.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  HIGHLAND MAY,   THUNDER   HILL and  GOLDEN NUGGETT Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yals  District.    Where   located:    On   Horseshoe  Mountain near Sliver Dollar Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. JohiiOM,  Free   Miner's   Certificate    No.     B41751,    intend sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply  tothe  Mining recorder for a certificateof Im.  provements,   for  the  purpose  of  obtaining- a  crown Grants of the above claims  And furtlier take notice that action, voder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of November. A. D.1903.  Ap20 SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  An Attack of Pneumonia Warded off  "Some time ago ray daughter caught  a severe cold. She complained of pains  in her chest and a bad cough. I gave  her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ab~  cording to directions and in two days  she was well and able to go to school.  I have used this remedy in my fatrily  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. Iy. White  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas Midway. BOUNDARY   OR^EK   TIMES.  0000000<K>00000<>0<X>0<><XX>OCK>-CH>0<>0<X><>00<X>0^ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOttOOWJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  0  Pain Relfoer  Lame Back  Sprains and Bruises  Rheumatic Joints  DRUGGISTS  COR. GREENWOOD AND COPPER,  &000000000000000000000000000000000-O0000000000000000<>0>0<>00^  AROUND GREENWOOD  Items of interest recorded by The Times  Reporter during- the  past week.     :    :   :    :  Steam  heating  apparatus has been  placed  ��� in ��� the   Mother    Lode   office  , building.  Prof. Duffy, the dancing master, accompanied.b.y his wife, left for Seattle  this week.-  A. M. Whiteside, a leading barrister  of Greenwood, was attending court in  Nelson this week.  .'Rossland has reduced the salary of  its mayor and cut off that of its alderman altogether.  Ore shipments last week from Rossland, Boundary, and Sloean districts  totaled nearly 25,000 tons.  Geo. F. Copeland of Danville,Wash.,  and P. S. Stanhope of Midway, were  visitors in the city this week.  The new powder house which has  been put up at the Mother Lode mine  has a capacity of two car loads.  Mr. T. A. Garland, a pioneer of the  Boundary, owner of Anaconda town-  site, was visiting in town this week..  The first meeting of the City Licensing board will be held on Tuesday  the 9th of March, in the city council  room.  New tea in bulk or packet, very fine  flavored. Ask for free sample and  prices, at Galloway Bros.', Copper st.  W. E. Hodges, of the firm of Elkins  ;&Hodges,~leaves'tomorrow for'Eng-  land where he will combine business  with pleasure.  P. Burns and Blake Wilson, of the  P. .Burns Meat Company, were in town  Wednesday, on a tour of inspection of  their different markets in the Boundary  Presbyterian services for the coming  Sabbath will be as follows : Morning  service at 11 a. m., Sabbath school at  2:30, evening service at 7:30���a sermon  to yoiing men.   All invited.  The walls between the three quarries  at the Mother Lode mine are being  broken down and ore chutes leading  from all three now dump the ore into  what is termed the mule tunnel.  By saving 80 per cent of the values  in $9.50 ore, the Hendryx mill at the  Mountain Lion mine at Republic  Wash., is making a start which gives  promise of brilliant success.  The merchants of Greenwood appar- j  ently are having a good opportunity to  order their spring stocks, as not a day  passes but commercial travellers arrive from Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg or the coast cities.  Mrs. Petch has taken over the millinery [business of Mrs. F. H. McKenzie, and has moved it to the Rendell  block, where she is prepared to serve  heir former customers and those of  Mrs. McKensie as well.  The Couzins Brothers of Camp McKinney are in the city, and are said to  be looking for an opportunity to engage in the mercantile business here.  It is understood that P. S. Stanhope  has acquired a further interest in the  Butcher Boy group, purchasing the  same from James Dale.  Mr. R. B. Hay purchased and consolidated the Vienna and Frazee bakeries and will continue the business of  both at the Vienna stand on Silver St.  Mr. Hay is an experienced baker and  will try to please all who favor him  with their custom. Bread and pastry ���  wilL be kept on sale at the usual prices ('  and places, notwithstanding the price  of flour is going up steadil}'.  Henry Hendrixson, a miner who has  been employed at the Granby mines  in Phoenix the past three years, died  Sunday afternoon in xhe Phoenix general hospital of pneumonia. He was  aged about 34, and- single. The remains were interred at that place  Wednesday.  Jas. Poupore, formerly a prominent  member of the Yale-Columbia Lumber  company, and who lost a large part of  his outfit in the Frank rock slide, was  in town this week, looking after his  property interests here. He owns the  Ladysmith hotel  property in this city.  The Ladysmith hotel has been leased  by Frank Archie, and the business of  the Smelter boarding house, formerly  conducted by Mr. and Mrs. Archie, will  be transferred to the new location.  F. H. McKenzie, at one time fire  chief in this city, will leave this week  with his wife for Regina, where they  will engage in business. Mr. McKenzie was for a year or so on the road for  the Cudahy company, and latterly with  the Jeff Davis company in Grand  Forks.  The public appears to be more and  more impressed that work on the  V. V. & E. branch from Graud Forks  'to~Phoenix"wiir be~be~gurTe;ifly iii "the  spring. It is stated that parties arriving from Kalispell, Wash., say that  the Great Northern grading outfit at  that point are making arrangements  to move into the Boundary.  Elmer Thackston of San Francisco,  is conducting a class iu the manly art  of boxing at the fire hall. Some of the  young men of the city inclined in  thatj direction are getting lots  of fun out of their practices with the  professor and with one another. It affords entertainment for many.  Tom Walsh, of the Kootenay hotel,  is somewhat of a wag. Being asked by  an easterner what made the smoke  issuing from the smelter slack so yellow, replied that they were cremating  Orangemen over there. Tom -didn't  wait to see what the effect of his answer was but hurried on.  Pretty little invitations are out for a  social evening to be held at the residence of Rev. Mr. McKee, under the  auspices of Oddfellowship, on Friday  evening, February 26th. On this occasion the marriedOddfellows and their  wives will entertain the bachelor  brethren. This is the first of a proposed series or evening entertainments  of like character. The invitation is  extended to  all  members of the order.  Mr. and .Mrs. J. R. Brown have  moved into the McCreath house on  Silver St., lately occupied by Harry  Shallenberger, and Mrs. Brown will  receive on Wednesday afternoon and  evening the 2nd of March, and afterwards on the 1st and 4th Wednesdays  of each month.  A. W. Young, who for the past sixteen months has been connected first  with the Hotel Armstrong and later  with the Windsor hotel staff, leaves  the first of the month on an extended  vacation, first going to St. Louis to attend the fair and will then go to  Gloucester, Eng., where he will spend  a couple of months under the parental  roof. "Red" will possibly return to  Greenwood this fall,  STRANGE  MEDDLING.  Victoria Takes a Hand in  Local Affairs.  I  Without    Notification    Government  Takes Action.  The Greenwood city council held a  regular weekly meeting Monday night.  Not much business of importance transacted.  There were present Mayor Naden,  Aldermen Bunting, McNeil, Parker  and Caulfield.  A letter from the Boyd-Burns company, asking council to defer action in  the matter of lock-joint water pipie  until the company's representee arrived, was read and referred to chairman of waterworks committee.  The finance committee reported the  following accounts correct, which were  allowed.  Greenwood Electric Co  $11+ 25  E. G. Warren        7 00  Smith^fr McRae:^v.;7~::r" ���~~^r���500  G. H. Cropley      28 00  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co      1+ 00  The   City   Solicitur,   Engineer   and  Clerk were instructed to make application to the Lands and Works   commis  sioner for the right to locate the water  in Lind Creek for city purposes.  The sensation of the evening was  produced by an announcement in the  Provincial Gazette, which arrived here,  by Monday's mail, to the effect that  the government had turned down the  council's recommendation of Alderman  K. McKenzie and D. J. Sullivan for  Police commissioners; and Aldermen  Bunting and J. A. Crawford for  Licence commissioners, and Gazetted  in their stead, without the usual notification to the city clerk, Alderman  Parker and Jas. Sutherland- on the  Police CDmniission, and Aid McNeil  and E. G. Warren on the License  com mission.  The action of the government,  though peremtory, was probably in  conformity with the solicitations of  local supporters, foi what purpose, it  is difficult to surmise. It certainly  cannot change the loeal situation, except for the worse, because it has been  the cause of introducing new antagonism among the local adherents of the  government, which will weaken rather  than strengthen its hands here. It  does not appear that the change was  made at the request of the hotel men,  for it is claimed that a majority of  them supported Mayor Naden in the  recent city election, and Mr. Sutherland says his appointment was a complete surprise to himself, knowing  nothing whatever about the matter till  he saw the statement in the papers.  Mr. E. G. Warran, not caring to be  mixed up in matters pertaining to the  local licensing board, has it is understood sent his resignation   to  Victoria.  s $2 Year  g _ : THE AGENCY FOR  ^  esraan  g~i formerly held by PI. A. King & Co. has been ���' ~g  ST^ placed with us b}r the publishers.    The paper, ^S  ��~ as heretofore, will be delivered, immediately ~g  2�� . the evening of arrival, in the business portion r3  ��*;. of the city at $1.00 per month. :23  H REMEMBER that the  War Reports are un- ^  g~| surpassed by any daily paper in the world. ~g  ����: Your patronage for the Spokesman Review is r3  j~: repectfully solicited. 22  1 Smith & McRae's, 1  ST Books, Wall Paper, Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34. r3  H Copper Street,         -         GREENWOOD,' B. C. %  * "ft  Just for a Change  Some Lake Winnipeg  5    THE OLD  RELIABLE  a  *    MEAT CO.     Phone 2  At all Our Markets  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  P. Burns & Co. I  ��<(#a������#i��������(0����������#������a��ft����(ft��i����#��ft����ftftft0������aftaft��f��ft��4��a  %  4  Y  Y  4  4  i  ���i  DEALERS IN  I?  FURNITURE, x CARPETS,!  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER-STREET.  GR&JSNWOOP.   X  *>X��x^mXhX��x~x~x��**#<kk~:^^^  The   Vienna   Bakery  Having purchased and consolidated tlie  Vienna and Frazee bakeries, I am prepared to furnish  BREAD  at the old  prices,   notwithstanding  raise  in  prices elsewhere.    I will  you  <rood  service  having  perience in the business.  the  had long ex-  Robt. B. Hav  Silver Street,  Greenwood, B. C.


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