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 _rx��*Jr "*"��������..  k  |.    Legialatwe  |  . 11803,"- ; -    librarj;  \/<J'3  J  #  ���i    i.'   i       .<:  /   ii  . i ���     i   '.i  _Ul_  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. G. FRIDAY,'FEBRUARY 12, 1904.;"  .i  *  ��..   :'  No. 24  SOLE  AGENTS   FOR  Barrington Hqll r Coffee  BAKER & CO,, Importers - and Roasters of  Coffee, have perfected a new process of granulating coffee. This leaves the coffee cut (not  ground) to.a uniform fineness, after removing  all chaff and other objectionable matter. The1  chaff which has been removed contains a large  proportion of the tannin or injurious substance.  It is impossible to make a perfect- drink  from coffee ground in the old way, where dust  "and chaff is indiscriminately, mixed with par-  ticles-of all sizes. Large and small-particles  of coffee can no more be cooked together than  large and small potatoes.. On the other hand,  powdered coffee results in. a muddy infusion  which will not settle.       - - -  ALSO AGENTS  FOR  RAM LALS TEA  QOLDSWORTH TEA  LIPTON'S TEA, '������� and 2nd grades  HAVE YOU TRIED UNCLE SAM'S ROLLED OATS?,  THE   BIG   STORB  ^X*CMXMX^X"XMXw^^^"���"XMX^XwX^wX���"XwX���^XMSMJ,^MX'"t���  Russell-Law-  COMPANY,  LIMITED  .      B      .      O  Y  ���?  GREAT.....  Stock Taking Sale  To lower our stock for stock taking we are still  selling goods Regaedi/ess of Cost. , Our entire  _stock_of Clotliing,_Shoes, Hats,-Underwear, etc.,  must be sold to make room for New Goods,  which are commencing to arrive. We make  special mention of our New Union Made Macki-  naws. which can't be beat.  Ladies Shoes and Rubbers at youc own price  to close them out.  TELEPHONE   25 x  *^n-}^$<��$$<h^>^:..:..:.^j*-^^^  t.  *���&  u  m  p  J  Our big sale  is now in full swing and we have  made the last slash in prices for this sale;  only  Y two more weeks for such bargains  &   Ladles' Winter Shirt WaiStS was 53.50; sale price            .75c  Ladies' COStumeS. i" fine Tweed and Serjre. was S15 to $25 ..  sale price  ... $6,50  50 Pairs  Men's Shoes, was S5 and ?6 per pair   sale price per pair . $2-50  Come with the crowd and bring your purse with you as  ��  the terms are cash. 4  Sale Closes Saturday, February 13th |  RENDELL & CO. j  ^ Z  EXTENSION  Greenwood Waterworks  System to be Extended  Council Arranging to Carry Out Project This Year.  . Greenwood is to have an abundant  supply pf pure water before the year  1904 expire, if the present plans of tke  city council can ije carried out. For  several weeks" the council,has been in  consultation with the city engineer relative to the feasibility of extending  thejsystem and securing supply from a  purer source than the present. At the  last meeting of the city council it was  decided to secure the services of Mr.  Van Buskirk - until recently city  engineer at' Rossland to assist Mr.  Johnson in preparing a detailed plan  of the proposed, extension. Mr. Van  Buskirk Js a recognized authority on  water and has had great success in  establishing water systems in Stratford; Ont., and other eastern towns.  He is expected here this week and will  likely meet the council at Monday  night's meeting.'  The necessity, of-an extension of the  system has been apparent for sometime, but nothing was attempted by  the past 'council''because-of-lack of  funds:- It is thought that with careful  financing it will, be possible to carry  out the undertaking this year without  increasing the bonded indebtedness of  the city. In order to do this all taxes  delinquent must be paid in during the  year. The council decided to hold a  tax sale in November of this year,  when all property on which taxes are  delinquent will be sold. The late date  of the sale will give all parties interested an opportunity to make arrangements to pay up but the plan of  Axtend|ng the waterwqrk_s_is so_im-  portant to the best interests of the city  that the council has no other alternative but to enforce collection of delin  quent taxes.  When the Greenwood system of  waterworks was first established, a  reservoir was couslructed on Twin  Creek. Since then Phoenix al the  headwaters of the creek has grown to  a city of.considerable proportions. The  difficulty of keeping the source of  water pure is apparent. The council is  arranging for another supply of water.  A dam will be built and about 7000  feet of pipe run to connect with the  present system. The water from the  new source will be absolutely pure and  there is little danger of contamination  in the future. In case of fire the Twin  Creek supply will also be available  With the purer supply of water it is  expected that the revenue from the  water works which is already considerable will be largly increased.  T  PHOENIX���GREENWOOD  Extension of Electric Power   Line  Completed Last Week.  to Phoenix.' Theipowfcr farcin..Uiis new  line will ^be used in. thea-^njish Columbia Cappsr Co.'s Greeawooti smelter  as soon Us .all the tpaiisiprtncrs and  Other necessary machinery is .in place-  at an early( date. The ;.,urent will  come in at a voltage of 22,'0(p, and*will  be transformed down to - 2,200, and  later to 500 volts, if necesaary.'J It is  expected that the service for lighting  the city of Greenwood will be lakea  from the new power Hue as suon as it  is in working order.  WANTS-  CUSTOM  Phoenix  Business  ti n ���  Men  OFFICE  Want  One  The business men of Phoenix have  for some time been urging upon the  Dominion government the necessity of  establishing a customs office in that  city. Considerable expense and delay  has arisen, because under present arrangement goods for Phoenix must be  cleared either at Greenwood pr-.Grand  Forks. At a recent msetia^ *;$f fife  Phoenix Board of Tradtf*fc'e~J'oftt>wing  resolution was passed: v----  Whereas, the City of Phoeuix'is the  largest town without a customs officer  in British ���olumbia, and probably in  Canada :  And Whereas, the largest metalliferous mine in British Columbia, and  perhaps in Canada, immediately adjoin  and penetrate under the City of  Phoenix:  And whereas two mines adjoining  the City shipped 463,930 tons of gold-  copp"er - ore in 1903, and the Granby  Company alone has paid approximately  $1,000 a day in freight for more than  two years:  And whereas great quantities of  valuable mining machinery have beeu,  and are still being imported_ into  Phoenix, and a very large import business is done by the merchants of the  town: ���  And whereas-the lack - of ��� a ��� customs  officer causes the people of Phoenix the  greatest possible hardship, expense  and annoyance every day in the j-ear:  Therefore the Phoenix Board of  Trade earnestly requests the Dominion  Government to appoint a custom  officer and open a customs office in  Phoenix without delay.'  G, W. Rumberger,  -    -    President.  W. B. Wilcox,  Secretary.  This week the stringing of the wire  on the extension of the high tension  electric power line, from Phoenix to  Greenwood, was completed. The work  was done by the Cascade Water, Power  & Light Co., Ltd., through its own  men there having been a force of a  dozen at the work for a couple of  weeks. The distance of the new extension is about live miles from the  sub-station in Phoenix to the new substation ia Greenwood, near the smelter.  A heavy No. 3 copper wire was used,  it being what is known aa the three  phase system. The contract for clearing the right-of-way and putting up  tbe pole line itself was completed some  weeks ago by contractor Barber, who  also built the 22 mile line from Cascade  Free Gold Strike.  A sensational strike of free gold has  been made on the Iron Chief Fraction  on Hardy mountain. The property is  owned by K. C. Simpson, of this city,  and predictions are being made that it  will yet rival the best Poplar Creek  properties as a free gold proposition.  Mr. Simpson and a partner have been  doing development work on tlie property for the past three mouths, and  last weok they encountered a ledge  freely sprinlrled with gold. At first  they threw the rock aside, as they did  not recognize at a glance thai it contained the yellow metal, but on second  examination they found il to be the  pure and unadulterated goods. The  strike was made at a depth of sixty  feet, and a couple of days ago some  other samples were extracted, the iike  of which have not been seen in thin  part of the country up lo the present  time.  Old miners say it is the richest ore  they have seen, and if the ledge proves,  ou further development, to be a large  one, tho rind will be the biggest thing  in the Boundary.  From time to time small pieces of  ore carrying free gold hav*-been found  on this mountain, but alcd^chas never  been discovered until tlte one encoun t-  ered on theTron Chief Fraction. Grand  Forks Sun.  Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days  For several months our younger  brother had been troubled with indigestion. He tried sever.*. 1 remedies  but got no benefit from them. We purchased some of 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,���Hoi.lky  Bros., Merchants, Long Branch, Mo.  For sale by J. L. White Greenwood and  A. F. Thomas Midway.  WILL BREEN  GET SMELTER  Dominion Copper Co. Ready  to Resume Operations  iijfiisn  May Be Secured - If Not Breen Will  Build.  James Breen, one of the best known  and most successful  smelter, men on  the continent, has returned to his old  love, the Boundary country. ' Breen is  not here in the flesh, but he is making  arrangements to   either   puchase- or  build  a smelter on  Boundary Creek.  A few years ago Mr. Breen - secured  control of the Dominion   Copper com-,  pany and spent considerable money in  developing the properties of.^the" company.   He. then figured on the erection  of a smelter for the" treatment of Dominion Ctfpper company ores,'and went  so far as to secure an option on a smelter site at the mouth of Eholt creek/  about one and a half miles above Greenwood. He went to Toronto to discuss the  project with the officials of the com-"  pany, and an agreement could not be  reached.    Mi-. Breen  then  turned his  attention  to other interests and   the  mines "of the company iemained idle  some time.   When the Boundary Falls  smelter closed down it was announced  that the Dominion Copper,^ company -  was negotiating to secure the Bound-  ary Falls smelter and consolidate the  interests of the Montreal and "Boston  Copper   company  with   those'of   the-  Dominion Copper company., It is yet  orobable that these negotiations will  be carried to a successfull issue, but  if  not the Dominion Copper company has -  decided  lo  resume ��� operations   at its  mines and  Mr.  Breen  will'go ahead  with the erection  of a smelter.   The  optiori for the site is still in force, and *  should the negotiations for the Boundary, Falls smelter_ fail ,_the -work- of-  erecting   the   smelter will   be rushed.  The site at the  mouth  of Eholt creek  is an   ideal  one.    There  is plenty  of  water and  ample room for   the slag  dump. - It is the nearest point to the  mines where a suitable smelter site can  be .secured. ���  The principal mines of the company  are the Brooklyn and Stemwinder. On  the Brooklyn over 4,000 feet of work  has been done, and a great.deal of  wonc on the Stemwinder. There is a  tally equipped plant installed and over  250,000 tons of shipping ore in sight. 3  The ore is easily treated and when  the smelter is secured a large force of  men will be employed not only at  Phoenix but at the smelter as well.  The necssary spurs have been laid to  the mines by the C. P. R.  Going to Grant's Pass.  Albert I. Goodell, formerly superintendent of the Sunset smelter at  Boundary Falls, is building a smelter  at Grant's Pass, Ore., for a Colorado  Springs syndicate. He has sent for a  number of the men who were employed  under him at  Boundary  Falls.   J. B.  GaflVy lcft la3t week- and w- s�� Keith  leaves in a few days to take hia old  position as Mr. Goodell's assistant.  H. McCurdy, builder; Daa Guy, black*  smith, a;jd Mr. Goodell, Sr., will also  join Mr. GoodclPs staff. Grant's Pasa  is near the California boundary line,  just across from Siskiyou county.  Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shooting pains, torturing muscles, no reat,  no -sli'i"])���that means rheumatism. It  is a stubborn disease to fight, 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.  O. H. Becker, of Ihe C. P. R. freight  department, Nelson, paid Greenwood  a Tisif this week. BOUNDARY   OREEK  TIMES.  GOING TO EDMONTON  John Houston Leaves Vancouver for  That Place Today.  Vancouver, Feb. 11.���It is_ rumored  that failing Sir Hibbert Tupper, who  hasdeclir.ed hitherto,the Conservatives  will make Hon. R. G. Tatlow, provin  cial finance minister, second choice for  the nomination in Burrard to oppose  R. G. Macpherson, the Liberal sitting  member. It is not known if Captain  Tatlow will accept nomination.  John'Houston, M. L. A. for Nelson,  is in the city. Houston leaves to-morrow for Edmonton,-where he -will engage in.business. He says'-he has not  been able to make money enough to pay  his grocery bills since coming-to British  Columbia. He has" no intention of resigning his seat in the legislature at  present. ..,-*.*  Questions and Answers  J. A. Macdonald asked the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  the following questions: 1. What is  the area of reserved lands in the  province? 2. What is the. area of  crown lands alienated by the crown  since the unioon with Canad:t? 3.  What is the aggregate amount of taxes  paid since said union by railway com-  padies and land companies, respectively, on land alienated to them by the  crown? 4. What were the several land  reservations made for, respectively.  Hon. R. F; Green replied as followsT  "I. About 10,000,000 acres. 2. It is  not possible to answer the question  without having, a statement prepared  from the records, which would be a  work involving^ much- labor.and time.  3Mt will take: a very long time to arrive at an answer tp this question.  The lands referred to are taxable, iu  some cases, as soon as alienated by the  com paniea direct to the parties to whom  alienated, and in other cases direct to  the companies at the expiration of the  period of exemption. If not already  alienated by such companies; and as  these lands are distributed on the assessment rolls with the other taxable lands of private individuals, without any distinctive mark to show that  they were originally subsidy lands, the-  whole rolls will have to be examined  and a list made out of each.parcel included in the separate laud grants. 4.  A return to the legislature"of.~the pnn:  cipal reserves, giving the information  desired, is published in the sessional  papers for 1903, at folio J 23."  Dr C- M. Heudor.son, V. S., wiu/wus  recently appointed by the Dominion  government to taki: charge of federal  quarantine mailers in I'.ie district between Cascade and. Princeton, arrived  in the city last evening, and will make  liis headquarters hero. Heretofore the  work haa been tlor.*..- by Dr. Armstrong  ot Nt'lson, but the territory was much  too large for one num. The department of agriculture ;il Ottawa has decided upon a more vigorous inspection  of stock coming from the.-other side,  with a view of protecting the Canadian  farmer.  Di. Henderson is a well trained vet-  inary surgeon who has had a succesful  experience   in   the   Okanagan   valley  where he was located for six years,  making Armstrong his headquarters.  He will "engage  iu   private practice as  well as iooking after quarantine matters.    Tbe doctor is  a keen  lover of  horse   flesh   and   an   all   round igood  fellow.-   He drove  his own .team from  Penticton   to Green wood accompanied  by Nat Darling, the veteran traveller  for Mainland  cigars.    They  encount  ered   a   wonderful - variety?-of ' roads.  There was scarcely   any   snow -;-from  Penticton to Osoyoos lake and several  feet of the beautiful crossing Anarchist  mountain.-    One of doctor's horses has  a track record but not for long distances'iri air sorts of weather.  The -amendments" to the Granby  company's: charter '.authorizing.-., the  company tc undertake the tunnel project, was passed by the legislature.  MUSIC  MINERAL ACT  1396.  Certificate of Improvements  >      NOTICE. "  "Caledonia" and "Gold Dollar Fractional"  mineral claims, situate in tlie (ireeuwood Mining Division of Yalo District. Wliere located :  On Horse-shoe Mountain, Main  Kettle River.  ..TAKE NOTICE Hint we' Alex. Waddell, E.  Sullivan and M. McMvnn, Free Miner's Certificate ���'. Nos. B80,266; 'BS0.26S, and 1380,182 respectively, intend, sixty davs from '.lie date  hereof to apply to tlie Mining Recorder  foi''Certificates of Improrenieiits for'the purpose of obtaining- Crown Krauts of the above  claims.     .:~.  And furtlier take notice that actions, under  'section'-37,- must be commenced before tlie issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.    ���  Dated this 7th day of September, A.D., 1903.  Miss M. Green will be pleased to receive pupils, either piano or organ, at  the residence oO-Its. Pope, Long Lake  street, next door to  Methodist church.  -NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To PETER MclSKlDE, I'ioueer Hotel. (Ireeuwood, B. 0.  You are hereby required to lalje notice (hat  we. the iiudersifrued, have caused lo bo done  and have paid for the whole of the assessment  work forthe year ending May 14, 1903, on the  '���Admiral" miueral .claim situate in Providence  Camp in tlie Greenwood Miuiiij; "Division of  Yale District and .your are hereby required  lo contribute your proportion of such assessment anil of tlie costs of recording.' the Certificate ot work,.tog-ether with tlie costs of advertisement, amounting- in all to ?35.62J<; which yon  have tc pay. <  If you lail or refuse to contribute tlie.last mentioned sum ot $35.62}^ as a foasaid \our interest  iu tee said mineral claim shall,^ulbe.axpiratiou  of ninety days become vested in us.yourcoowu  ers, under the provisions of the Mineral Ac  and amending- acts.    '.  D Dated this lltli dav of September 1903.      ... A -  Hug-li McKee  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement. *���  ..���NOTICE.  Gem, Bijf Bend' ami Morena Fractional mineral claims, situate iu the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District.    Where located:   In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE,"that  I, I=aao H.  Hallett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BS0WO, for myself,  and as apent for  George R. Nadeu, Free Miner's Ceitificate No.  B41655,   aud   Edmund   H.  Mortimer. Free Miner's Certificate No. B80224,  intend,      sixty        days      from       tbe       date  hereof,   to   apply   to*  the    Mining   Recorder  for Certilicatesof Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants tothe above  claims.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this lOlli day .of December, 1903.  I. H. HAT/LET1:  NOTICE IS HERE!  sixtv days after date we intend to apply  10 the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following described binds: Commencing at tho'north west  corner of lot No. 203(1; thence west along north  bouudai v of lot No. 849; thence to the east line  of lot No. 2337; theuce north along- east line of  lot 2337, to the. southwest corner of lot 2330;  theuce east along south line of -lot No. 2336, to  the northwest corner- of lot No. 848; theuee  south along west boundary of lot No. SIS, to  point of commencement, containing about 147  a,''?S- ROBERT HAMILTON  SAMUEL   G.  STOOKE.  Dated the first day of January, 1904.  Its Last Hope Gone.  Fora government reduced almost to  beggary to ignore the offer made by  President Hill of the Great Northern  to build a railway through the Similkameen without a bonus, is conclusive  = pxoc)f of "something rotten" in the  ad ir. i n istra ti on ~o?~a ff in ra^HowWer]"  the promised railway policy of the government tp l'e brought before the house  soon, will show whether the government intends to keep the promises  made prior to election or not. President Hill's proposition should be closed  with at once on the one condition that  it be built in r. year, working from  both ends.���Similkameen  Star.  New York, Feb. 11.���At the British  Columbia Copper company's annual  meeting at Charleston, W. Va.; important changes were made in the  directorate, Messrs. Utidlaw, Thomas  and Koju..--- retiring. F. G. Renner of  stock V-xchang; linii of WoerishofTer &  Co., I. C. TCoiff, a weil known local  capitalist, anil \V. W. "i'rimpi, president  of tlie Newark Kivct Works, succeed  thctn. Other directors were rc-elected-  The consolidation with the Snowshoe  is being worked out. Considerably  more than the rcijuiri'd liritish Columbia stock has been deposited.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS.-IIEREBY GIVEN THAT Application will be*, made to. the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of ;British Columbia  at the present session thereof by the  G.-anby  Consolidated   Mining,   Smelting   and   Power  Company, Limited, for an act to amend the said  company's special-act of incorporation being  chapter 75 of the acts of tltc\said Legislative  AssLinbly, 1901, so as to empower the said company to drive or construct a tunnel or tunnels  under;-through-or-in -the ntontt tain onAvhieh.thft.  mines of the said cora^i 11 y at ��� Phoenix, in the  Greenwood Mining  Division, of'Yalo district,  are located.   The portal or portals of said tunnel or tunnels to be at some point or points 011  the side or base of said mountain to be seleeted  by said company from which point' or points  the said   tunnel   or tunnels niaj- be driven or  constructed through any croivu  lauds or  any  occupied or unoccupied lands, pre-emptions or'  mineral claims of any person or persons, company or companies situate or. or in  said  mountain, to and into the mines or mineral claims of  said company; with power to construct, equip  -and operate a line or lines of tramway iu said  tunnel and to transport ore and other freight  thereover; with liberty tocuter into agreements  with the owners of   mineral   claims  or mines  through which such tunnel or tunnels may be  driven, for the transoortatiou- of their ore or  other freight  for   hire, and  with the further  power to acquire by purchase expropriation or  otherwise  that portion of the lauds through  which such tunnel or tunnels shall be driven as  shall be actually occupied by such tunnel and  required to protect from injury tile walls,   roof  and lloor thereof;  and   further to ac.juire by  purchase, cxprupiiatiou or otherwise such lands  adjacent to or in the neighborhood ofthe portal  or  portals of  such   uumel  or tunnels as said  company may deem requisite for the erection,  equipment and operation thereon of  works for  the milling, smelling, refining or otherwise reducing or treating ores or minerals, and for the  purpose of providing dumping grounds for the  waste   rock,   tailings,   -slags,   or other   waste  materials resulting from  the company's operations, aud also such  lands or other "propertv  and rights as may be Injuriously infected   lijr  the company's undertaking and woi-Ick.  Dated November 25th, V>03.  I).  WHITESIDE,  ('.rami Kciks, li. C.  jan.H Solicitor for Appiioaiils.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CITY    OF    PARIS  Miueral    Claim,   situate  in     tile      Greenwood     Mining    Ilivislou  of Yale District.   Where loeated:   On Wallace Mountain,  TAKE   NOTICE   that  I, Isaac M.   Hallett,  Free Miner's 'Certificate No. H S01-I0, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Iniprovenieiiis for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.     . ,       ,,.,  And   further lake notice that action, Uuder  section 37, must be commeucedbefore the Issuance Of such Certificate of Improvements.  -   Dated this 1st day of September, A. D., 1903.  Jau.15 I.'H. HALLETT.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that the business of  tbe Greenwood Liquorcompanv has been purchased by James McCreath,-who will continue  the business under the same name. All debts  due bv the Greenwood Liquor company up lo  the ls:tof January, 1904, must be presented to 14.  Grieger, bv whom tho same will be paid, and  all debts diie lo the Greenwood Liquorcompany  to the same date must he plid tothe said R.  Grieger.  Dated this 7th dav of January, 1004.  witness '      '      R. GRIEGER  H.   C.  SHAW   - JAS. McCREATII  MINERAL   ACT.  '"TV  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "RICHELIEU" At Iii era! Claim, situai*   -1 the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located :   Ou Nclse Creek ou  West Fork of Kettle River.  AKE NOTICE that T, Isaac H. Hallett  _ as agent for Wellington H. Craig,  Free Miner's Certificate- No. B80223. and  William Wellington Craig,Eree Miner's Certificate No. B80222, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, "to apply to the Milling Recorde  for a-certiiicate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining crowngrant of the above  claim.        :  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37; must be commenced before the is-  saaiicc-of-suclicertUicaiesof improvements.,  _  Dated theSOth day of October, A.D. 1903.  Jan. 30 I. H. HALLETT.  Notice.  Iu re Lot 1012, Group one, Osooyoos Division,  YaleDistrict,  Whereas proof of loss of certificate of title  No. 2141a Issued in the names of Robert Wood  aim Charles Scott Galloway has been filed in  the office.  Notice is hereby given that I shall at the expiration of one month from the date of the lirst  nisei tion hereof, issue a duplicate of the said  certificate, unless, In the meantime, valid objection be made to me in writing.  W. H. Edmonds,  District Registrar.  Laud Registry Oflii e,  Kamloops", B.C., February 1st, 1904.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Granite Mineral Claim, situate In the Greenwood   Mining  Division of  Yale   District.  Where located���Iu 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. BS0171, and J. B. Breslauer,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B SS236,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a-Certili.  tcate of Improvements, for the purposeof chaining a Crown Grant-of the above claim.  Aud furtlier take notice that section 37, must ���  be commenced before the issuance of sucli Certificate of Impiovements.  Dated this 25th dny of January. 1904. A.D.  apl SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Alma"    and   "Scorpion"    mineral   claims,  situate in the Greenwood Mining division of "  Yale district.    Whero located :    At Camp  McKinney    ioinitig   the   Pendre  miueral  claim. ' .  TAKE NOTICE that Svdney M." Johnson,  acting for Philip B. S. Stanhope free miner's certificate No. BSs4S7, intend, sixty pays  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining recorder for a certificate of Improvements,'for  theprrpose of obtaining a crown oraut ofthe  above claim.  And further take notice  that action,  uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the^lssu-  ance of suuh certiiicate of improvements.  Dated this 30th day of January A. D., 1904,  Sidney M. Johnson.  <~K~K~X<^<K.K~X"X~i"X��X~H*:^  T  Y  Y  Y  I  3*  y  Y  4  Y  X  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATEOF IMPROVEMENTS.    -  ���   NOTICE.  MAY DAY, DEER TP AIL. AND DIAMOND  JOE Fractional Mineral  Clair; s, situate iu  the   Greenwood Mining Division   of  Yale  District.   Where located:    Between   Greenwood and Summit camps.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent   for Jane  Russell,  Fiee   Miner's  Certificate   No. B552M, Wellington Elson, Kree  ���Miter's    Certiiicate   No.    U5532M,   ai:i    Ev-^u  Parry,       Free       Miner's      Certificate      No.  B80121,  '    intend sixty        days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  RecorderTor Certilicatesof Improvement'-, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above- lalnis.  And further take notice that actions, under  Section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Iniprovements.  Dated this 30th dav of November, A.D. ITO.  *Mar4 ' 1. II. KALLUTT.  M1NKRAI. ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICK-  ���'Alice'' and "I'hoebe" Mineral Claims situate  in the Kettle Kiver .".fining Division of Yale  District. Wlu-n: Located; N.r.-ir to Tlalu-r  Creek.  Takk Noti-Oi! that we. 1 vivid .MrBr de.Jatiii's  (.. McMvnn and M. McMvuu. Free Miner's  Cortilicaie Nos. 1N1.X25; J:41,';d-I and H5490J respectively, intend, sixty days troiu the date  lien f, to applyto the Mining' Recorder for  Certitic. tes of Iniprovenieiiis, for the purpose of  obtaii. ng Crown Giant of the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action, uuder-  ser.lion 37. must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  nated this 11th day of July, 1902.  David McUkidh,  James G. McMynn  M. Mc.Myn.v.  NOTiCE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL ACT 1896.'  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "GLOBE" mineral Claim situate iu tlie Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Wherelocated: on Horseshoe Mountain, on  Main Kettle river.  TA KE NOTICE that I, .Isaac H. Ha'lett, as  Agent for James Anderson, Free Miners'  Certificate No. B75359, iutend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply tc the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  Aud further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.'  Oaled this 12th dav of December, A. D-. 1003.  mcli25 * UI, HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of.Improvements,  NOTICE.  Bengal and Bkistoi- mineral claims, situate  it-the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.  Wherelocated:   In Smith's camp, i  TAKE NOTICE that I, Arthur Murdoch  Whiteside", agent for "Henry-T. .Machin,-Free  H net's Certificate No. B. 80136, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grauts'of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced befoie the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 28lh duv of January. A. D. 1904.  "      A. M. WHITESIDE.  Spolvane Falls & Nortiern Hallway Co.  HNclsou & Fort Shcppard Railway Co.  lied Mountain Railway Co.  ' Washington & G. H. Co,  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & 8. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Con-'  nccLs at Spokane with the Groat Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R, St  N. Co., for points east, west atld  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the" K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with  stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet  cars run  on   trains between  Spokane and Republic.  LlJAVK  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  (Millers, Grand  Forks)   ��� Republic       5:40 p.  9:25 a.  m.  10:15 a.  m.  7:00 ;..  in.  11:(:0 it.  in.  9.IS a.  m.  AltHiVE  5:45  P-  IU.  5:10  P-  m.  8:f.("i  V-  in.  4:<<  1'  . in  H. A. JACKSON.  General Passenger Agent.  Suokauo, W  ni.  :>su.  D. A. MaeDONALD, Proprietor.  IF ITS GOOD WE HAVE S  DROP IN AND SEE US  % CORNER COPPER AND GREENWOOD STREETS  <  < i TO DA VIC- 1IEATII, HENRY SHIELDS, or  ^ u> any person or persons to'.vhom they  may.  '���  I        li.ve   transferred    tlieir    interest   fn    the  > j !'itymaster mineral claim, situate in tlie  !��� ! Greenwood Mining Division of Yale district.  '.' | Yon are lirrul>y notified th.'it I have expended  .��� j Ilu! sum of SI OP for .surviving-the above iiien-  '.���  i lioiied claim and ��2.50 for  recording the. same  > ; for an  assessment,  such beinir    required   and  > j neci-:-sary to hold the said claim lor the year  .' ; ending October 11, l')03, under the v'^visiou of  . ! the Mineral Aci aud Amending Acts: aud-if at  ;-  1 the expiration of n nety days from the date of  > j the lirst publication of this notice in the  ;.  j liouuil.iry. CrtClc Times, 3011  fail  or refuse lo  > j contribute your   portion  of such expenditure,  > j uatnety. 551:25. together with all costs of adver-  ;-, j tisinir. your interests in said mineral claim  ;. }.shall brcoire invested in me [your co-owner)  ;.  I upon  iiliujr iu the proper clYice'in that behalf  > 1 the affidavit required by sec!iou4 of the Mineral  :' i Act Amendment Act, l'lOil."  :.J i     Rated this 25th dav of January. WW.  ';* j   p22 ' ROBERT WOOD.  Royal Brand,.. . . .  Tailor made Clotiimj  READY TO WEAR.  Is not made as ordinary ready made Clothing,  nor are inferior cloths and trimmings employed.  Clothing advertised .as'*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 haad coat pocket.  -Sa  dJ "..i_.i.ra..js.l,-i���.-  .,.*.���)..  /Y  /  BOUND AY   OREEK   TIMES  ti  W.  IR-  o.  ^  j        Boundary Ore Shipments,  Granby Mines... ���...  Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snow9hoe   Sunset   Oro Denoro..   Brooklyn     Morrison   R. Bell.   Emma ;  Winnipeg :..,  Golden  Crown. .���...     ;...,  Athelstan and Jack Pot   Kintf Solomon   No. 7   City of Paris   Jewel   Elkhorn   Provideticc -.   E. P. U. Mines and Gold Finch..  Miscellaneous   1900  64 533  5 340  19 444  297  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  150  Total Tons  1 076.  2 250 '  1 200  2 000  160  3 230  99 730  150  560  650  040  V850  665  325  890  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  900  785  625  1903  393 718  130 492  19 365  71 212  IS 731  15 537  "."3 339  "'22 937  2 435  "5 646  1904  " 450  I.    "W!  Week.  10 590  136  5 299  870  i  4 660  495  "  1 744  360  <  532  175  172  389 000  507 811  400 .  SO  30  993  30  30  167  75  25  569  64S  264  632 541  93 023  IS SOO  ��x*x~xk��**x~x��*^X'hxk^xh&$<^XmX~x��  :������:.��>���:..:���.>>>���:  :��x��^���c��x��x��:��x������<K������������������<��XK~X"X���<������<~x~x������x������x��� ���*���  Business Directory.  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Ag-ent,    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, Sv  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W.   FRAWI.EY,[JPrOp.      -  Finest Bath Tubs-in city.    Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Streei,       -     Greenwood, B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETTA SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Addreas. :      hallktt."  Conns  BcdfordM'Neiirs-  Moreiiifr & Nears  Ijeiber'b.  1. n. HAT.r.r.TT.  GRBrNwoo6~,~ "  8. C.  H. C. SHAW.  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices  J. R.  Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  Brown. J. P. McLkod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  Stole Express Goods  . Grand Forks, Feb. 6.���The Dominion  Express Co. have just discovered that  they have bien victiniize'd to the extent of nearly S200 at this point by an  unscrupulous employee who stole seven  suits of clothes and seven |or eight  boxes of cigars-consigned to parties  here,"and then decamped. The name  of the culprit is h , W. Storey, a young  man about 25 years of age who was  employed several months ago by the  C. P. R. here as operator, and he also  handled the express business. During  the last month he was in the employ  of the company here, a consignment of  some twenty suits of clotlies, which  had been ordei'ed from a coast house  through their travelling tailor, came  by express C. O, D., some of which for  different reasons were refused by the  parties to whom they were consigned,  and were stored in the express room  awaiting orders from the shippers. It  was whilst they were awaiting orders  as to their disposal that Storey helped  himself to seven suits valued at 5170,  together with the cigars; .'then he quit  the company and left here for Rossland.  On Thursday last some of the C. P. R.  officials had occasion to open one of  -the' parcels containing the clothes,  when to their great surprise, the box  contained nothing but rubbish. Then  ���ome of the cigar boxes were examined  and found to contain nothing but  C. P. R. time cards, which proved poor  smoking. Provincial constable I. A.  Dinsmore was immediately summoned  and put to work on the case. It was  then learned that a man from Grand  Forks had been trying to dispose of  clothes in Rossland. From Rossland  it is understood he went to Spokane.  The express company will use every  effort to locate liini and bring him to  speedy justice.  Cariboo hills while the Fraser river  men will hear"over again something  that reminds them of the editor of the  News-Advertiser. Bui with it all there  will be also the individualify of the  ambitious younger'^uewspaper men.  They are both clever fellows; would  that the Tory was a Liberal for then  the World's good wishes could be given  to each. As it is Mr. Ross has one's  heartiest - commendation and Mr.  Taylor sympathy and regard.���Vancouver World.  FOR SALE  Well Known  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  .', .        Civii, Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gatince & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.   ; ��� - .-      .-      :   B.   Q.  fii.E. ASHCROFT.        '������.���.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  dining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Sseclalty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  640 ACRES  50 ACRES in Timothy and Grasses  100 Feet Hay and Cattle Slieds  35 Acres Hog Pasture, hog proof  fence, creek running through  YOUNG ORCHARD, just coming  into bearing. -  all floored.  II  0. S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PORE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the citv.  Newspapermen Candidates  Newspapermen are coming to the  front politically in this province.  There is already one editor in the  federal .cabinet and another is the  strongest man.of the McBride party.  Others are seeking to enter tha Dominion parliament.  The candidates for Ottawa honors  who belong to the Fourth Estate are  Mr. Duncan Ross, editor of the Greenwood Times, ant1 Mr. J. D. Taylor,  editor of the New Westminster Columbian. The one is a Liberal the second  a Conservative. An ex-newspaperman  is also among the candidates.- He is  Mr. C. H. Mcintosh, former Lieut.-  Governor of the Northwest aud previously editor of the Ottawa Citizen.  In one of the Gilbert and Sullivan  comic operas there is a reference to  every boy being born "either a lktle  Liberal or else a little Conservative."  Messrs. Ross and Taylor were nursed  on politics, the former in a Liberal  house, the latter in-the tents of the  Tories. Mr. Ross is of the school of  Senator Templeman, who from being  editor of the Victoria Times rose to  the federal cabinet, through the crimson chamber, he became a minister  without portfolio. Mr. Taylor is a  Conservative from top to toe. He has  been fed on Victoria Colonist and Vancouver News-AdAertiser editorials ever  since he could distinguish an "shrdlu"  line from clean proofs. Mr. Ross will  contest the scat for Cariboo at the  general election whilst Mr. Taylor  will run in New Westminster.  It will be interesting to follow the  fights.. The pupii of Senator Templeman has been well-grounded in Liberalism, but not more thorough was his  education in that respect than were  the lessons in Toryism that Mr. Taylor  received from Messrs. Lawson and  Carter-Cotton. Like teacher like man.  There will bo a suggestion of Senator  in the speeches tnat  will ecl.b in the  money m  CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.  BERRIES grow to perfection,  bringing $2 to $3 a crate.  UNLIMITED RANGE for horses  and cattle.  If _you~watit~"~rosy~ cheeks" and afal"  purse raise stock, the healthiest vocation and the noundarv is positively  the'best market in the world. This is  practically the BIT ST STOCK RANCH  in Southern British Columbia for the  money.  Inquire at TIMES office or  STOOKE BROS., 4  miles  North of Midway.  ^<��x<"XK"X��c��x��x*<k~x��<~x~x��>  'I  I  Comfortable Rooms.  Everythinsr.First Class-  THE SWAYNE HOUSE,  Silver Street,  Greeuwooa,  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  in  my  Store  OPPOSITE    POSTOFFICE  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP AT THE     "���  Tke new manag-er B. Tbmkins  has made it the leading hotel of  the Kootenays. ,  VICTORIA, E. C.  rririTC-i i ir>iNiifi��iHiiiiMJ��"^w'-|'Ea:n*^a>^^J^-^-ww���^a��  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO o-oo o  0  %.  LEAF  The first of every  make a resolution  resolve   to   make  year we-  . Tt is a  our  Drug  CmXh>X,*X^^*X~X*Xm-X,*X��4**X**X**X*  Happy New Year  TO ONE  AND ALL  We thank our patrons  for their liberal patron  age in the past. During  1904 we will have a bigger and better stock  than ever.    :      :      :      :  Store in all of i's. departments better than ever-before. It is our intention to  make the- -year- 1904- marfc-  another onward step in our  business career. We shall  continue out high standard  of quality in every line. We  shall aim to make our service the best possible in caring for your Drug Store needs  ..." DRINK  A LIFE  ^RENEWER  Ou sale at all ttie hotels.  p,OT'rr,rcn tiy  JAMES M'OREATH  llottluis of Pine Lager Hear and  Mamifacturorii ol all lclndi of  C'arl'L'iiatetfJJevaraffeS.   ���X-W-M-X-K-H-W-K-:**  Druggist   -  Greenwood  OOCKKK>0<><>0<KH><><>CK>OOCK>0<>00-0  gigai  Cigarettes  choice line of the  received.  above good just  Eowney's*  �����*  and  and the   ���  BEST  Just Received���Iron  Betls, Springs, Mat-  trasses, Kitchen,  Dining and Rocking  Chairs. A fine line  of Crockery and  . 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.  w  ��� ���*  !! 0.1.1  M  A.  LOGAN   <&  CO.  JEWELERS  Copper Street,   ���    Greenwood  3u$!  A    Large  assortment  English Ju Jubes and  faucv candies.  ft  other!?  A.  L. WHITE & CO.  Next to National Hotel , ���  gopycr Street, j ;xkkk-x��k-x***x~x����  fr">3��$$ BOUNDAY   OREEK   TIMES  4JCTV* '���*<��  ^ "We  live to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom ~Z  2r but in order to live you must get the best to eat. 3  1 TRY   OUR ~  11 w. bis,  \B      OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON       3  | The New IMPDNMF MEAT MARKET 1  1 no1:0^ The Union Meat Company |  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  issued every fridav  Duncan Ross.!.'.: ..Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  125 per cent. The assessment  act was bad enough but 'there is  nothing-in it quite so unique as  tbe latest suggestion of our brtl-  lant premier.. '_-.-  be called; all of which means  that McBride is taking the easiest way to escape responsibility  for pre-election promises.  After all, the people who are  directly interested have themselves to blame. They were told  in the plainest terms that it was  impossible for the province to  carry the burden involved iu the  government's pre-election promises, and they were cautioned  against being stampeded by politicians after votes.  There are some grievously disappointed over the failure of the  government to do anything in  connection with railways or coal  liceiises. The remedy, lies iu  electing men who will not make  wild promises before election da}r  but who will do their best hi the  public interest afterwards. ..  GOMMERGIAL Mm* EL,  RE-ORENING OR  DINING  ROOM ...  Per Year ...  Six Months............ ...  To Forkign'Countries _..:  2 00  1 25  2 SO  FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY  13,   1004  PURE WATER.  Citizens generally will, welcome  the 'proposed extension of the  Greenwood waterworks system.  It is of the utmost importance  that the city should have au  adequate supply of pure water.  This is particularly true so far as  the future is concerned. Greenwood is becoming more aud more  a residential city. For some time  past it has been almost impossible  to get a house to rent" and this  has induced people with money to  ' invest to "arrange to build houses  to rent in the early spring. With  a system of-.��� pure water, it is  much easier to induce people to  come and settle here.' Another  reason why the system should  be increased is that the steady  growth of the city has made it  necessary to give further protection against fire. Then it is" a  good business proposition.    The.  ^im'<^tmiuf"wiir^  per cent annually, a rather flattering inducement for a small  city to increase its expenditure.  The scheme does not offer any  serious difficulties, all that is  necessary is that the ratepayers  should promptly pay their taxes  and the money will be available.  A FRANK OPINION  The Conservatives had^a love  feast at Victoria last-week. John  Houston was there and John was  iu the harness. He had everything his his own way and consequently there was no necessity  of talkiug plainly: Evidently  John "still slicks to his opinion  regard i'ng the Conservative  government in this province. In  the last issue of the Tribune he  has this to say:  "No three men in or out of office in  the Liberal-Conservative parly , in  British Columbia arc so disliked as R.  IT. Green, Charles Wilson, and Richard  McBride. Green is the-most disliked  of the three, and, strange to say, the  dislike is as strongly manifested in  ���Kootenay as in other sections of the  province. He is looked on as being too  small for his job. Wilson has shown  shown tliat he is a failure as attorney  general, and he will pass out of ollice  unhonored. The people have no confidence in these men. and the longer  they are kept in high office by the  Liberal-Conservative party the less  confidence will the people have in the  Liberal-Conservative party."  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 steady boarders  WAR.  A BLIGHTING INFLUENCE  CRIPPLING    THE    MINES-  That wonderful statesman, the  honorable Richard McBride has  discovered the proper method of  taxing mines;instead of a two per  cent tax on the smelter returns,  he is going to impose one per  cent on the gross output.' The  McBride government has already  demonstrated that the great  object to be attained by a system  of taxation is to cripple industry.  Recent legislation in this regard  has been eminently successful and  one per cent tax ou the gross output of low grade mines will be  the crowning- effort of a brilliant  administration. The plan is so  simple and so effective that the  premier is to be congratulated  upon such a splendid mark of  statesmanship. On low grade  mines it means an iuci eased taxation of from GO to 300 per cent;  which should be sufficient to  drive away capital and cripple  the industry.  Under the old system $4.50 ore  paid a two per cent tax on Si.00  a ton or two cents a ton; under  the new system S4..50 ore pays a  one per cent tax ou S4.50 or four  and  a  half! cents, an increase of  Premier McBride intimated at  the Conservative convention that  "my" government wculd give  the party its strongest support in  the^" Dominion- elections.- - -The  Liberals in the province will  welcome the; opposition of Mr.  McBride and his government.  Should McBride carry out his iu-  te.iitioris, it is safe to say that  every Liberal candidate 'will  have a walk over. With the  splendid record of the Liberals at  Ottawa, Conservative candidates  were severly haudicapped but  they are completely knocked ont  if the)' have also to defend the  awful record ��� of the McBride  administration. Richard should  have more consideration for his  party.     _____^^  GOLD   BRICKED.  The war between Russia and  Japan may develop into one of  the great wars of the world. All  the first class powers have important interests in the far east,  aud should more than the two nations now engaged in deadly combat, become involved, the situation would become indeed serious,  aud no one could tell what the  end would be.  That war will, in an)r event, be  watched with interest'by all-other  nations. For the first time in  man)' years two nations with  modern navies and well -trained  and well armed soldiers are the  con lesi.auts. In the war between  the United States and Spain, the  latter power was not in a possi-  tion to combat against the navy  and arm}"; of the United States,  and the same is true as regards  China in its war with Japan.  The sympathy of' Canadians  generally is with the little men of  the Orient. They are brave fighters, aud have secured a decided  advantage by not allowing the  Russians to crush them in the  first encounter. , Tb.e Japanese  are now the aggressors, and Russia may find it convenient to sue  for peace at au. early-date.  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��,  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  90  Capital, all paid up, $13,973,560.  $10,000,000.  Branches in London, Eng.  President .   Bonn Stkatiicona and Mount Rovai.,  Vii-o-Piusidcut:    How. Gkokcsii A. DrummoND.  Ccneral Manager:   R. S   Ci.ouSTOtr,  ]c��1.pri&,iSlSiu| New York, Chicago.  llu.v ami sell Stirling ISxchauR-c ami Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVBBER, Manager.  In the recent provincial election Premier McBride and his  supporters exploited the old  scheme of railway building in the  province. Many of the electors  had experience with this kind of  gold brick before, but there are  some people who can be'fooled all  the time. Before election the  McBride government was going  to see that the Coast-Kootenay  road would be built at au early  date ami that various other railway projects should receive encouragement. A few who had  faith iu the politician's promises  kept bravely up iu the hope that  election goods would be delivered.  The rude awakeuiug came on  Tuesday last when the Premier  announced in the house that  owing to financial depression the  government could do nothing towards encouraging railways, but  probably a summer session would  We have received from Mr. E.  Stewart, Ottawa, the Fourth An-  _nual___R_eport_ofi the Canadian  Forestry Association. The report contains a fund of information., regarding the work done during the year. ��� The preservation  of the forests for their influence  on climate, fertility and water  supply-,"' the exploration of the  public: domain, and the reservation for timber production of  lauds unsuited for agriculture;  the promotion of judicious methods in dealing with forests and  woodlands, reafforestation where  advisable, tree planting ou the  plains aud streets and highways;  the collection and dissemination  of information bearing on the  forestry problem in general, are  objects of the association. The  work is so important that the association should receive every  possible encouragement.  DR. MATTIISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood lllock, Greenwood. 15. C.  The Best Remedy for Croup  Tn is i.s the season when the woman  ���.Tho knows the best remedy for croup is  in   demand   iu   every   neighborhood.  VVith Which is Amalgamated  1 THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE}: TORONTO.  "Paid-up capital- x $   8,700,000  Rest .'.    ��� 3,000,0o0  1 Aggregate resources exceeding    78,000,000  HON. GEO. A: COX, President.     B. E. WALKER, General Manager  London Office. 60 Lombard St.. E. C.  C~jTlie Tiatilc lias 104 Brandies well distributed "throughout the Dominion and elsp.-  wliere, lHclildiii(��tliefollo\viti{f ln_ British Columbia and the Yukon Territory:  ATLIN, GREENWOOD, NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  CRANBRCOK,��32'KAMLOOPS,   . NELSON, VICTORIA,  DAWSON, LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER, WHITE HORSE,  TERNIE. '  Branches in the United States:  NEW YORK;      SAN FRANCISCO.       PORTLAND,      SEATTLE,     SKAGWAY  Deposits received, exchaiiErcJ'boitght   and sold and every description of brankinu-  business transacted, " GREENWOOD BRANCH,  W- ALLISON. Manager,  JFi��yiS#*S>-f������lsawSiJlSai  GEO. R. NADER,  Manager.  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British America AsBiir-  Co. of London, England.  Liverpool   and   London   and  "I Globe "Insurance "Company.-  ance Cqy of Toronto.  The  Canadian  Birkbeck   In-  ��� vestment and Savings Cor~  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  GRAND F0RKS.--PH0ENIX-GREENW00D  AILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.    Arrivcs-at Phoenix 1 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  LeavestGrand Forks 3.45 p. in., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare -Grand Forks |S3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix, to  Greenwood SO cents.  Gre;it Northern express rates  made known at office.  "J. F. ROYER, Manager.  One of the most tcrrihle things in the  world is to be awakened in tho middle  of the night of the night by a whoop  from one of the children The croup  remedies arc almost as sure to be lost  iu case of croup, as a revolver is sure lo  be lost in case of burglars. There used  to be au 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 lo "throw up the plcgm"  quicker, aud 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.  Spokane Falls k Northern Railway Co.  Nelson _& Fort Sheppard Railway Co.  .    Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. j. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. & K. Co.  The Clarendon hotel is now under  new management: Fred Munn retired  on Friday last and was succeeded by  D. A. MacDonald, one of the best  known and most popular young men in  the district. "Alex" will renovate and  refurnish the hotel and make everything comfortable for guests and  patrons.-  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland Nelson, Grand Forks aud 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 aud K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood aud Midway, B. C.  Buffel  cars run  on   trains betweeu  Spokane ami Republic.  Leave Arrive  9:25 a. m. Spokane        5:45 p. m.  10:15 a. m. Rossland       5:10 p. m.  7:00 a. in. Nelson 8:00 p. m.  11:00 a. m.   (Millers, Grand   4:00 p. m  Forks)  9.15 a. tn. Republic       5:40 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  Spokane, Wash, -o*^-*5"���  _.__..���.r._.-,l  BOUNDARY   OREEK  TIMES.  ���W  Ok  Hew Store  Gives  Vou Ualue  Tor  fVoiir    '  IHoney  tbe new  Stock      |  6ive$ Vou  Guarantee  Of  Purity  larkins bld       THOMAS   DRUG   OOMPANY     phone no. ss  We beg to announce to the people of Greenwood and vicinity the  opening of a new drug store in your town, and ask you to pay us a  visit of inspection.    Our ambition is not to have the largest drug  t. ~  store in the Boundary but to have the best, and we have spared no  effort to make it so*    We await your verdict,  Camp McKinney Mines  The Years Work at   Waterloo and Other  Mines-A Splendid Record Made  Henry Nicholson of Camp McKinney in the February issue of the  B. C. Mining Record gives particulars  of work done in that camp". He says  in part!  The Waterloo, owned by the Waterloo Con. Mining and Milling Co., of  Spokane, "Dennis Clarit, managing  director, and John Harvey, Superintendent, _has made a splendid record  during the past year. In the earlier  part of the year the mine was in the  assessment stage, but since July, when  the five stamp mill-commenced running, the bullion has been rolling off  the plates-at the rate of $5,000 a mouth,  and it is already rumored that a dividend is in sight. When it is considered that so much has been accomplished  in such a short time and with such  limited- nulling power," it speaks volumes for the value of the .'property and  the ability of the management.  I am indebted to the courtesy of the  superintendent for the following particulars of work done, etc. The first  development commenced In January,  with the deepening of the 150 foot  working shaft to 220 feet, when from  the bottom a 'drift (117 feet) was,ruu  and an upraise made to counect with  the 150-foot level, while on the 150-foot  level a cross-cut ^0 feet) was run, west  .of tbe shaft,.where a_winze._iii_the ore  was sunk to connect with the upraise  from Ihe '.sSO-foot level, the vein  averaging three feet 'and the ore  carrying high values. From the bottom of this winze stoping has been  carried on for 100 feet in,length and 50  feet in neignt, for supplying the mill,  the richer crude ore being-shipped. On  the  east ofthe shaft at the 150-foot  level a drift about 75 feet was run on  the vein, rich ore beiug obtained.  What is known as the free gold stope  on the 100-foot" level has been opened  up some 40 feet in length, the vein  averaging three feet. This stope extends up to the 60-foot level, where the  vein widens considerably.  The recent addition of five stamps  and 'another concentrating table will  necessitate extra men in the stopes  wesOof the shaft, where there is a  large body of ore, the-company's  ground extending in that, direction  some thousand feet. At the same time  development work is being carried on  east of the shaft, in the direction of  the Fontenoy claim, both on the 150-  foot and 250-foot levels.  The general value of the. ore milled  gives about $20 on the plates, the con-  centratrates averaging $100 to the ton  and the crude sorted ore which has  been shipped giving a return of $20 tcf  the ton.  On the Dayton claim, some four  miles east of the Cariboo, the owners,  Messrs. Hamilton and Younkin, are  engaged in sacking a carload of,sorted  ore, some samples of which have given  assay values of several hundred dollars  to the ton. The Dayton is one of-  several similarly characteristic claims  _ou_she...mineral._belt__beetween _the  North and South Forks of Rock Creek  and which are but awaiting the advent  of the Coast-Kootenay Railway to be  come paying properties. The result of  this shipment is naturally being  watched in the camp with great interest, its success meaning increased  attention to a section iu which rich  deposits of ore undoubtedly exist.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  A PIPE  CINCH  Not a.lead pipe ciueli; but we have n  cinch on smokers' utensils in Greenwood camp. We carry every kind, from  the high-priced Meerchaiim to the low-  priced clay dab. Also the finest l>"2.ut-  of   Smoking  and   Chewing-  Tobaccos.  CIGARS  TO BURN  Full line of the( best Imported and  Domestic Cigars. Try 'em before they  So up iu smoke.- Wc do not carry  smokeless cigars.   Drop in and see us.  M.A.KING&C��  Smokers' Outfitters  Copper St.,   -   GREENWOOD  t  ^WKMKWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO&O  In tlie Superior Court of British Columbia  In the Matter ofthe Land Registry Act  and Amending Acts  AND IN THE MATTER OF AN Application by the Granby Consolidated Mining  aud Smeltlnu; Company, Limited, aud the  Granby Consolidated mining. Smelting and  Power Company, Limited, for liberty to  amend or alter a plitn or survey of a' subdivision of iuts eight hundred 'and niiicty-  four(89-l), nine hundred and twenty-two(922),  nine hundred aud thirty-three (93!i), aud five  hundred aud eighty-nine (f>89), group one (1),  OE"yon�� Division of Yale district, in the  Province of British Columbia, deposited iu  the Land Kegistry oflice.  IN CUAMIIEKS I Vrldav   tlip   16th   div  Upon the application of the Granby Cousoli  dated Miuing and Smelting Company, Limited  and the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting  aud Power Company, Limited, upon hearing  read the affidavit of fteorge W. Wooster, sworn  herein on the 13th day of September, 1901, aud  the exhibit therein referred to and duly filed,  the affidavit of Oren B. Smith, sworn herein  the 13th day of September, 1901, as to the service aud publication of the summons harein,  and upon hearing Mr. J. A. Macdonald of  counsel for the applicants:  It is ordered that the said Granby Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, Lin-ited,  and the Granby Consolidated Mining. Smelting  and Power Company, Limited, be at liberty to  amend and alter the said map or survey of a  subdivision of lots eight hundred and ninety���  fonr [394J, nine hundred and twenty-two 1922),  nine huudred and .thirty-three 1933], and five  hundred and eighty-nine (5S9J, group one [IJ,  Osoyoos division of Yale district, in the Province of British Columbia, deposited iu the  Land Registry oflice at the City >i Kamloops,  in the said Province and therein numbered  sixty, <J0, 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 stteet or avenuefrom the  northwest corner of lot fourteen, 14, in block  twelve, 12, as shown on the said plau or survey,  in tne same straight line as that portion of the  said street or avenue which lies to thceast of  the said northwest corner of said lot fourteen,  i 14, as show.; on said plan or surxev, by altering  and amending- the measurements and sizes of  lots fifteen, 15, io twentv-nine, 29, inclusive iu  said block twelve, 12, accordingly, and by cancelling such portion of the said plau or survey  as subdivides any part or said subdivision, or  lauds lymg to the south of such poitiou of said  street or avenue proposed lo lie altered and  amended, such alterations end amendments  being more particularly shown in n'il ink i n a  blue print ot thesaid plan or survey altered aud  amended as sought iu lliis application, marked  as exhibit "A'' to all affidavit of George W.  Wooster sworn herein aud duly filed:  And it is further ordered that said Granby  Consolidated Mining aud Smelting Company,  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! in the Laud Registry office at the  City of Kamloops aforesaid, and that the Rcgris  trar of Titles at the said Land Registry ollice  do forthwith after thu expiration ofthe period  hereinafter mentioned, which application may  be made to set aside lliis order, amended and  alter said registered map or numbered sixty, 60,  iu said Land Registry office iu accordance'with  this order;  And it is further ordered that a copy of this  order be inserted once a week for four cousecii-  tlvo weeks in the Boundary Creek Times, published at Greenwood, iu-the district in which  the slid lands men tioued iu the said plan are  situate;  And It Is further ordered that any person or  persons, firm or firms, corporation or corporations, interested iu the subject mutter of this  order may be at liberty to move before a judge  of this Court in Chambers to set aside this order  at au'y time within one mouth from the first  publication hereof as aforesaid.  GORDON HUNTER,  janl-4t C. J.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Mahshali.,   Marshall   Fraction,    Litti.h  Annik. Little   Bkow.s   Mineral   Claims,  situate In the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.   Where located���In Greenwood   camp,   at   the   head   of   Providence  creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting   as agent   for   James   MeNultv,    Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS5171.John Bresnaban,  Free  Miner's   Certitifcale   No.  Bs0203,   Daniel  Bresnaban, Free Miner's Certificate Mo. BSslTO,  and Thomas Clark, Free Miner's Certificate No.  BS5299. intend, sixtv days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining recorder for Cert-  ficates of Improvements, for the purpese of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, mnst be commenced before the issuance of EHCb Certificate of Improvements.  ��� Dated   this 22nd dav of Januarv, A. D. 191M.  apl SYDNEY" M. JOHNSON.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO <  How's Your Fin? Insurance?  Why pay heavy rates when you can obtain the same protection  in as reliable companies at something like 10 per cent lower premium  than that charged by the board compauies ?  They place.the same deposit with the Government to protect  their policy holders as the b��ard companies.  Their policies are accepted by all the banks as security.  And what is more Ihe non board companies are known for their  promptness in settling- claims.  The following- is one of the many letters they daily receive':   "  Dear Sirs: I beg- to acknowledg-e receipt  of payment in full from the Loudon Mutual  and Ottawa Fire Companies on account of  the loss by fire of my sawmill situated at  Midway, li. C. And wish lo thank you for '  - the speedy manner in which the insurance  was .paid.   Yours truly, Wm. Powers  For all  information  r.ompatiies, npply to  ���;*��X��XM>>>M^<^>X,<*->>>t"X"t��<W"V  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  *  ���'4  Y  Y  X  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  $  $ SKATES SHARPENED. $  rPAINTINGAND  I  |   ?  f: Copper St.    Greenwood, |  ��;��� ���>  "t  X  SIGN WORK. |  CANADIAN  . RAILWAY ...  World's Scenic Route  Direct line.  East.  Winnipeg-  Toronto.  Ottawa.  Montreal  New York  Lowest rates  est.  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland "  San Fraticisco  via Soo Pacific Line.St. Paul  Chicago and all U. S. points,  S. S. Service From  Vancouver  to  ALASKA, JAPAN,  CHINA,  HAWAII,  AUSYKAUA  " Through bookings to England and   the Con  tiiient via all S. S. line  For complete information and further particulais  apply to local agents or  E. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  13. J. COYLK, J. S. CATER,  A.G P.A., Vancouver D.P.A. Nelson  concerning  the rates for nou board'fire  F, W,  McLAlNE  Real Estate and Insurance Opposite Postoffice. Greenwood  ? OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  r��j��.  PORTMAN  ASK FOR  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  11R  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  reenwood LJquor Co  WHOLESALE dEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  WINES,  LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  Sole Boundary  Agents for  Pabst Brewing Co's Celebrated Milwaukee La��er; Beer  Also Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages  DRINK IRON BREW, a Life Preserver  JAS. McCREATH, PROP  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  #  9  ft  ��#��#o<*fls#��iSf����s*,*o��9��o#a*������* ������#��#����***#�������������������������*����  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, HI.  ��  ��  ��  a  9  *  *  *  F9NAN0SAL �� miilM AGENTS I  *  *  �����  | MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PUR- _  f CHASISD   OR DEVELOPED.                  1  I -�� BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  y  COMPETITION   COMING.  C. P. R. Announces a Cut in Rates  on Ore.  Harry E. MacdoneH, general freight  agent of the Kootenay lines of the C.  P. R., was seen yesterday in relation  to the rumor that the freight rates in  the district had been cut on ore, says  the Nelson News. Mr. MacdoneH was  seen in his office and asked :  "Is it trite that your company has  cut the freight rates on ore in the  Boundary '!"  "We have kept the matter quiet and  arc not courting publicity in the matter," ho replied, "but since you have  learned of it, I suppose I might as well  give you the facts, so that the news  may reach the public in an accurate  form.  "We have reduce:! the price of the  haulage of ores from Phoenix, to the  smelters at Graud Fork;?,.Greenwood  aud Boundary Pal lb lo 30 cent's per ion.''  "Wiiat was the former rate?"  "The raie was 37 1-2 cents per ton lo  each of these points. The reduction is  7 1-2 cents per ton."  '���What ire the distances over which  the ore is<hauled?"  "Grand Porks is 23.7 miles from  Phoenix, Greenwood 20 miles and  Boundary Falls 25'miles,'' replied Mr.  MacdoneH.  Continuing,die said : "The reduction in the rate for hauling ore is  simply a process.of evolution. In the  earlier days when the tonnage was  small, the rate had to be larger, but  now that we are hauling, as we did  last year, an average of between 14,000  and 15,000 tons per week, aud sometimes more, we And that we can afford  to make a reduction. Of course, some  ���will say that the reduction was made  because we are afraid of competition,  but thisis not true. There is no actual  competition .there, which is the best  answer that can be given to such au  assertion.   Naturally we are  pleased  with the way that the Boundary tonnage is growing, and we look for a considerable increase in the coming year.  You understand that e~ery reduction  in the cost of transportation, treatment  or mining brings in additional reserves  of ort within the pay sphere, And increases the tonnage, and that is what  we are after. We understand thoroughly that the ores of the Boundary are of  a comparatively low grade, and that  mining there must be conducted on as  cheap a scale as possible, and we are  willing to do everything that we posi  bly can to make tha industry profit*  able."  Missionary Lecture  Rev. Thomas Crosby will deliver an  in the Methodist church next Tuesday  evening. Mr. Crosby is a pioneer  missionary in B. C, having spent 24  years in the indian work at Port  Simpson before removing to Chilliwack  wliere he now vesicles and where he  has labored for a few years. Tne  speaker is well posted on the subject  with which he is to deal and a fiuen  'and interesting speaker so that the  audience cannot fail to be entertained  and instructed. A novel feature of the  lecture will be the indian costume in  which Mr. Crosby will be dressed. A  collection'will be taken in aid of the  missionary fund of the Methodist  church.  ���OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  I LOCAL   EXTRACT |  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  E. Purguson of the Furguson Cigar  company, Nelson, paid Greenwood a  business visit this week.  Mrs. J. J. Caulfield is  visiting  with  Mrs. J. P. Robillard, of Trai'.  '   Mrs. H. L.   Johnston   is   enjoying  the Rossland Winter Carnival.  Geo. M. Christie, R. Sharpe, Winnipeg; H. W. Findlay,-San   Francisco,  were among the_commercial men who  visited the city this week and incident  ally enjoyed an exciting curling match.  Mark F. Madden, president of the  Providence Miming company, is expected from Chicago in a few days.  W. G-. Gaunce is away on a business  trip to Spokane.  Duncan Ross, the liberal candidate,  intends leaving next week for Cariboo.  During his absence H. S. Turner,  formerly of the Cascade Record and  Columbia Sun, will have charge of the  Boundary Creek Times.  E. W. Bishop, I^eB deVeber, W. G.  McMynn, A. Iyogan, W. S. Keith, A.  D. Hallett, W. F. Smith and Ed. Dill  are curlers. They went to Rossland on  Thursday. The police were notified  and the Father Pat fountain and various other places were immediately  locked up.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  rvTT-ihviT i\r>iAnrtr\TkATTn ittt a i\rs  The Condition of Canada Seven Years Ago, and  the Condition of Canada Today  The Best Remedy for Croup  Tnis 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 surerlo 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 Chamber-  Iain's Cough Remedy is better, and"  does not cost so. much. It causes the  patient - to "throw up the plegni"  quicker, and        gives relief  in       a        shorter time.       Give  this remedy as soon as the croupy  cough appears aud il will prevent the  attack. It never fails and is pleasant  and safe to take. For sale by J. E.  Whxte^Greenwood and A. F. Thomas  Midway.  The story of the seven years of fullness is succinctly told in a poster  issued by the Eiberal Association of Eeduo, Alberta.   Here it is :  Seven years ago last Juno, the Conservative government was in  power. Today'the Liberals are in power and this is part of their record  for the seven years past: '���'.-'������  -Seven years ago our revenue, was $36,618,591; today it is 863,739,271,  or nearly twice as much.  Seven years ago 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 ago our foreign trade was 5239,000,000; today it is  ��459,000,000", or about twice as much.  Seven years ago the number of homesteads entered during the year  was 1,857; this year it was 31,343, or a little over 17 times as many.  Seven years ago our ca.ttle trade amounted tc 5104,451; this year it  was SU,342,634, or say eleven limes js much.  Seven years ago we exported in oals 5273,861; this year we exported  $2,583,171, or over nine times as much.  Seven years ago we exported in flour S718.433; this year we exported  54,699,142, or say six times as much.  Seven years ago our Territorial "grant was $267,000; this year it was  3957,000, oi say four times as much.  Seven years ago o.ur bank note-circulation was 531,456,297; this 'year  it was 5560,414,740, or say $2 to SI. .     , .  Seven years ago 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 84,000,000; this year ,\ve  exported $7,000,000, or say twice as much.  Seven years ago we exported in agricultural implements -$593,464,  this year we exported 32,284,904, 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 lihics as much.  Seven years ago it took the bonding of threequarter-sectionsof this  land to buy a bushel of seed.grain fioni the government. This year lots  of this same laud sold for one and two thousand dollars.  And last, but notjeast, seven years ago tons of Tory literature were  strewed over the width and breadth of this land abusing Mr. Israel  Tarte in every way imaginable. This year it is: "Come to my arms,  Israel, dear, bid your friends in the Liberal cabinet good-bye."  OOOOOOOOOOOO0CK>00OOO0O0O0OOOOOO0000O0O0000OOOOO0O0OO  I  35B8I  ill Give The ..Timesl From now UntilI Dec. 31_,_  w Subscribers for $1.50 Payable in Advance  In our 3ob Printing Departmen: tbe Highest of Jlrtistic Skill is Displayed  Call us up on  ������������  us figure    $^  work  ^���������*  Cbe Best Quality of Stock  always on band  Ho Job too Earge  ...Hone too Small  me are Fkre��� to serve���Youv**.*; lUby not Mm its atrial ��/���*'*���*  BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  ii-  Phoenix gamp  p **<\/'wWv\s>'wWV *  Wellington gamp  >S  to  &     ���  s  o  o  o  8)  EAST .  ��� '  .  -                  1  f  rood  ary Falls  ix  ���  --  '     ���  '  /8'n   u  rt   3   o  *    ���������Sos  O 65 Ph .  .   ���: .;o o  o  UI    UI    K  ��                                                                                                                                                                    �����        ��    ��    ��  .  "-'  ���'��� 1         .  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The accompanying half tone illustrations of our smelters are two of Greenwood's greatest industries.    At the^e uvo  smelters is "treated ;th<��out-  N   put of the mines adjacent to^Greenwood and their location is marked iu the above diaoram. ��� '.'���']y^My/ A  '  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  ��000<>000000000000000000<>000#0000000000000000000000^>000<X>000000000000000 J  1  t  li:1.  You will find here  all. the advertised  soaps  w  Ju Ju  The kind in cakes,  round    and   square  the  kind  in   sticks  ANY   KIND   A   MAN   MAY   WANT.  "5^=5  S"*tfp?"��  SIGHT, BUT  GETTING  THING IN  BOUGHT UP ALL THE SOAPS IN  HAVE A VARIETY THAT MAKES  THE SOAP YOU WANT THE EASIEST  WORLD WHEN YOU COME HERE.  GREENWOOD  DRUGGIST  BRITISH COLUMBIA  VMVII   .V ���-..,. .V V VI   w  Tke aetne of purity. Ours  is the genuine imported,  made from the pure Olive  oil  ffltt  Luxurious Soaps for fastidious peop!.6,daintly scented   with   their   favorite  odor  OOOOOOOOOOOOO O0000000000000000000000000500000000-O00000<00000000000000000000000000000000^  Items of Social Interest  'Che legislature was prorogued last  Wednesday.  A.-N. Mouat, a brother of Mrs. R.K.  Steven, is visiting in the city.  J. >R.  Brown,  M. P. P., is expected  home from Victoria in a few days.  ���  James McNicol and wife of Midway  were visitors to the city this week.  J. Richter and wife of Midway were  among" this week's visitors to the city.  1 Highest price paid for furniture aud  cook stoves at Clint's, opposite Pacific  hotel.  I",. A. Sanborn and A. Cousins, of  Camp McKinney, visited the city this  week.  An enjoyable . subscription dance  was held  in the dining room of the  B. C hotel on Thursday evening.  First-class waitress  desires  employment.    Will take chamber work.   Enquire P. O. box 102, or Chas. Wilson.  J. W. Ellis, formerly foreman of the  Times office, returned this week to assume his olc1 position on^the paper.  In a special edition of tha I<ondon  Financial News, Premier McBride has  an interesting article on British  Columbia.  The Thomas Drug.Company are putting iu some handsome fixtures in  their new drug store. They are now  ready to do business.  D.J. Matbeson. J. E. W. Thompson.  C. H. Reeves, A. Colton and H. Thorn-  ber, were a quartette of Phoenicians  who enjoyed city  life here for a  few  days this week.  jH&~  Blank Boob  Ledgers  journals  Cash Books  Minute Books. Etc.  05>  9S  ��!  ����  fi?  W  w  fi!  mSSt-  Office and Pocket Diaries for 1904 |  A complete line of office requis-  jles always in stock.  COLES & FRITH  Succossor to J. L. Coles.  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies. Etc.  ���**aaa��9as-=e93:-S98��sss��99&es^  to  J  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  AND  CHEMIST  Successor   to   Walter   E.   Segsworth  Control Assays a Specialty  Ore Shipments to Local Smelters Care-  -"    fully Attended to.  BOUNDARV- 'VALLEY LODGE  No. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invl tfttiou is ex  tended to all sojourning brethem.  E. Fovlk Suns, Fbbd B. Holmes.  N. G. ��� Rec.-Sec.  D. Mclnnis and James Newby, two  prosperous l-j-raud Forks farmers, we're,  in the city this week.  P. R. McDonald, president of District  Union No. 6, Wl F, of M., was iu the  city this week iu connection with the  defalcation of Geo. F. Dougherty, the  district secretary. - -'  Storey, the C. P. R. telegraph operator, who is accused 'of robbing the  Dominion Express Company at Grand  Forks, was arrested in Spokane on  Wednesday last.  The amendments to the Midway &  Vernon railway aets were passed by  the legislature. These amendments  give authority to the company to build  the main line or spur to the town and  to build from.both ends.  _ D. W. Graham, the son of A. D.  Graham, a rancher on Boundary Creek  above Greenwood, died Thursday afternoon of inflammation of the bowels.  The funeral will take place Saturday  afternoon.  E.Jacobs has returned, to "the city  after spending several weeks iu ' East  Kootenay. His 'observations are contained in a series of interesting articles which are being published in the  B. C. Mining Record,' and the Daily  News, Nelson.  Mrs. J. P. Flood, wife of the local  manager of the Union Meal company,  arrived from Spokane on Tuesday accompanied" by family. They will reside here.  ���~.  J. Ix. White has returned to Victoria,  after spending- ten-days- in the-city.  During his visit here he entered into  partnership with his bi other, R. C. G.  White, and the well-known drug business will be carried on iu the future  under the firm name of White Bros.  Those wIwd go to the theatre to be  amused���and after all that is the spirit  which generally moves theatre-goers���  were well satisfied with "What Happened to Jones." From start to finish  il is one continuous round of langhter-  making incidents. A crowded.,house  greeted the play iu Greenwood Tuesday night.  His Honor Judge Iveamy held regular sitting of County court in the court  house, Greenwood, on Tuesday last.  The cases were unimportant. His  Honor gave judgment in the case of  the Greenwood school trustees against  A. B. McNeill for breach of contract.  The Judge held that there was no contract and decided against the trustees..  St. Coltimba, Y. P. S. C. E., was  organized in the Presbyterian church  Wednesday evening, The following  officers were elected: President, Mrs.  M. McKee; vice-president, Mr. D.  W. McVicars; Sec.-Treas., Mrs. P.  Stewart; chairman look-out committee,  Mr. W. S. Graham: chairman prayer-  meeliug, Mr. P. Stewart; chairman  social meeting, Mrs. J. Stewart. The  society will hold its meetings every  Wednesday at 8 p. m. All are invited  to attend.  Greenwood    Typographical     Union  No. 358,  held  a  meeting  in  the Sun  office, Grand Forks, Sunday afternoon  last and elected the  followiug officers  for the ensuing term: President, Frank  Sherwood;   vice-president,   Harry   W.  Falconer (re-elected),   of   Greenwood; J  sec.-treas., G. A. Evans (re-elected), of  Grand Forks; t-ergeant-at-arms, Brock  Hilliard,  of Phoenix;   executive   and*  auditing committee. H.  W.   Falconer, j.PRACTICAL  R.   Mathison and W. B. Wilcox.    The  meeting was -well attended. The union |  is in a properous condition.  Canadian Mining Institute  The annual general meeting of the  Canadian "Mining Institute will be held  at the King Edward Hotel, Toronto,  on' 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of March. .Arrangements have been made for*the  following papers from B. C. mining,  men: "Construction of mine bulkheads," by W. T. Thompson, Rossland;  "Coal Mining in the Crow's Nest  Pass," by James McEvoy, Fernie;  "Boruite Ore, British Columbia and  the Yukon," by W. M. Brewer, Victoria; and papers by Frederic Keffer,  Greenwood; A. C. Garde, Sandon, and  E B. Kirby, Rossland, subjects not  yet announced. -~  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 according to directions and in two days  she was well and able to go to school.  I have used this remedy in my family  for the past seven years and have never  known it to fail," says Janies Prender-  gast, merchant, Anuato 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. I*. White  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas Midway.  <K>OCKMX><>0<>0<>��-0<>aO��<><>0<><>0<>0  $   HAVING ADDED A 8  TINSHOP  1 SAVE   MONEY              . f  H                 And How To Do It   , ||  "r     , "We receive subscriptions -Jtor  any Magazine   or ���%*  z Paper at publishers' price.. For  instance:   You ^3  ~ " wish to subscribe for Munsey's Magazine.    It costs ?3  z. you $1, express order Sc, postage stamp 2c, writing ~3  Z. material, and tlie trouble of writing.    Leave your -xs  Z.   " order with us and it costs you $1.    You save fc in ���5  ~ > cash,   writing   material,   and  all  the  trouble of :z3  ~ "writing the letter.    Any .book not in stock we pro- ~j~3  - cure at publisher's price. ^S  | Smith & McRae's, ]  S�� Books, Wall Paper, Photo Supplies.   'Phone. 34.  ,    -      ��3  W Copper Street,,,       -."'       GREENWOOD, B. C.   |j  * ��� ' -        - *  To my Plumbing Establishment  am prepared to do all kinds of  TINSMITHING AT  SHORTEST NOTICE.  rurnoce   Crates  and   Stove. Repairs  E W, BISHOP  The   Most   Complete   Stock   in  ~_ the Boundary.  Phone 38     Naden-Flood Block.  OOOOb<>00<>00<J<>CK>0<>00<>00<>0<>0  Just for a Change  Some Lake Winnipeg  *��v����v  At all Our Markets  THE OLD  RELIABLE  MEAT CO.     Phone 2  P.Burns & Co.  ��  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9 ���  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  -9  ��  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  EAGLE  ALL  .' Recently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply trt';.-: ���-������ (  C. VV- WILSON,   Secretary.  pf��#����������tf��������je>#tt��<t��#tf��0#ft������a��������������*������#0��������#0��a������  ���. THE:  Copper Street.  tf��  j OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, p  ��%  MB At S AT AM, HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS  FOR  LAMES.  S. BARRY YUILL  WATCHMAKER      AND  j JEWEIJ.ER.  I All work yUaranteed   GREENWOOD.  *  Charles R. Pittock,  TRY  OUR  COFFEE0  cProp'r.  A <���'- A  X  DEALERS IN  iFUIffifflJRE, x CARPETS,!  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  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