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Array lA  /oi. 7.  GREENWOOD,  B. C. FRIDAY. FEBRU.A.EY !3,  I'll''  .\l-  25  TIIEYDMD  , MR. P  l"5  AK/AJi.  Complimentary Dinner  to  New Le Roi Manager  Oipper h:icl gone  i   .* '.ii\     rnitit.- .1r ���������  -.  niiilii:;;    , ���js:;l',.l-  mt; il     '���;..-     '*���   '���',"  '- !��  is  :r,,.-.i-,,l: .-.'. u'..  ���������������'-..���:!;  :io froc'.i ;���'.-:.'. ���,���������;-.  elsewhere. He  the district anv  Eloauent and Encouraging Speeches  . ,,:.,-.,    By.Mining Men.  ���-::-.1 lJvuit' -.ry  j>;:*. til--v ��� av'.a  Miomsj- :ik-h aix'  ly be -/.i-.-.^.-.-v'.'.-t)  *,Viu-.r, a w-AiA '���..(���������of  he Iohivj f ti>h . tr.  wh) he should not go  cannot.*do himself oi  good. In his experience, tlie successful mining- mail was tlie man with  faith, the optimistic man���not foolishly optimistic but at optimism tempered  with-, good judgment. There is every  good reason for hope in the Boundary.  The men who invested their money in  mines and smelters did not do so without knowing- exactly what they were  doing. The rapid development going  on was a thorough warrant for a successful future. After again thanking  them for their kind treatment Mr.  Parrish sat down amid loud applause.  W, T. Hunter also paid his tribute to  Mr. Parrish. He said that the business men genuinely 'regretted his  departure. He was always courteous  and always a gentlemen. He was respected by all the men and admired by  all the ladies and nothing further  could be said.  \ There was no formal toast list but  nevertheless some excellent speeches  were made. Frederic Keffer, manager  of the B. C. Copper company, spoke in  a decidedly hopeful way. *'I have  been seven years in the Boundary" he  said. "I have never lost faith and I  have greater faith today than ever!  before. We are going to have success  and it is going to be sure and per-  menent." He felt sure that the Le  Roi company had made no mistake.  If aryone could make the Le Roi a  dividend payer, it was Mr. Parrish.  He referred briefly to the mining progress in the Boundary and said mining and smelting could be carried on  cheaper here than any place in the  world.  Capt.  Henry   Johns of  the Sunset,  congratulated   Rossland   and   the  Le  Roi upon securing the greatest treasure  that ever came out of the Boundary.  . Rey,   Mr,   Grabatn'is a-capital after  dinner  speaker.    For 'fifteen  minutes  he  kept  tip a running fire of wit.     He  also   said, that   next   to   Greenwood,  Nelson  rejoiced  in  Mr.   Parrish's appointment. ���    He    had    many   warm  fiiends in  Nelson, who  believed that  the Le; Roi hadisecured  the right man.  Albert I Goodell, superintendent of  the; Sunset smelter  was in Leadville,  Colorado, when Mr. Parrish left there.  There was as much  genuine regret expressed  then  at  Mr. Parrish's departure,    as    was    shown   in Greenwood.  Mr. Goodell said he came to the Boundary  somewhat of  a  pessimist  but. he I  ivas rapidly   enthusing  and doing his  .best to"-.make -the"Bbundary~cbuhtr"y"ir  success.  Mayor Smailes, Aid. Ross and H. F.  Mytton spoke regarding, the City of  Greenwood. Mayor Smailes referred  to the two years of trying times but  there were less failures and business  men retained the confidence and admiration of the wholesalers. Things  were changing. Good times were  coming and he asked for a long and  strong pull together in the interests of  the town.  J. W. Astly superintendent of the  Snowshoe, briefly referred to tl.e progress of the mining industry. It was  yet in its infancy in the Boundary but  there was every hope for the future.  G.   Arthur    Rendell   on     behalf   of  I  \ ���*,-���  m  U  ��� 'ta -Pi y  ? ii \  !' 7  U'  h  Crow's Nest Coal Co.'s! Men  Are Out Again.  -.  Situation  Dissussed by a  Smelter Man.  Practical  ��� ��� S. F. Parrish has the  happy faculty,  of making''warm friends  wherever  he  ���goes.     At  the  banquet   given   in   his  ���'honor   at   the   Hotel    Armstrong   on  Saturday evening last, men who were  .with  him   in   Colorado   spoke, of;'the  genuine'regret expressed  by  all   his  acquaintances  when   he   left  therefor  ��� the Boundary and the." Boundary   paid  an  equally   warm   tribute   through its  business,   financial  and   mining men,  and also through  a spokesman  for the  men  employed under him for the last  'three years.     All  were sorry   to lose  Mr.  Parrish,  but all  were equal sure  that   his   appointment   was    a    good  thing for Rossland and the mining industry generall3'.   If any man can pull  /the Le Roi out of the hole and make it  pay   dividends    that    man is   S.   F.  Parrish.  Thirty-six  guests   sat   down  at the  banquetting table.     E. J. Wilson presided and at his right was the guest of  honor   Mayor-elect   Smailes   occupied  the vice-chair and' sealed around them  were :   J. R. Brown, Dr. J. E. Spankie, j  R. H. Anderson,   Frederic<;Keffer,v'W.  V--G...H.  Belt,���-.Arthur H. ta.wder,lWal-  ~ lace 6.  Wright,   Rudolf ^Liden, H: J.  *. Bayley, J. J. Johns, Duncan Mcintosh,  Geo. Arthur Rendell, W.  T.Hunter,  Albert I. Goodell, Rev. F. H. Graham,  Nelson; F.   J.   Finucane,   H.   Johns,  Geo. R. Naden, Julius Ehrlich, W. M.  Law,  E.   W.   Monk,   W.  G. McMynn,.  H. P. Dickenson,   R. P. Williams,  Dr.  Geo. M. Foster,  Dr. Sidney M. Oppenheimer,   A.   M.    Whiteside,    W.    E.  Hodges,  H.  F.  Mytton, J. W. Astley  and Duncan Ross.  ,.The dinner was excellent; tasty, well  cooked and well served, it only .added  tqjtlje good reputation   the  Armstrong  so deseryedly,earned. _,_Speechmaking  begSn about ten o'clock.'After the'King  haci'"tfoen loyally toasted, Mr. Wilson  proposed the guest of I lis evening. He  said that Mr. Parrish was going to fill  a''."most difficult position but no man  was more capable. No better compli-.l  ment could be paid a mining ma i than  the management of the Le Roi.  ���' F. J. Finucane paid an eloquent  tribute to Mr. Parrish's abilities as a  mining man and-fine qualities as;a  citizen. It was the something in him  that won him the highest position in  the province' to-day. It was gratifying that a Boundary man, a warm  friend of the Boundary was going to  manage the Le Roi. Rossland had  reached its apex, Boundary is -on the  ascendant. Rossland had the biggest  mine in the province, but the Boundary had the biggest unmade mines in  the world. He felt sure that Mr.  Parrish would.be successful at fhc L��  Roi and reflect glory on the district he  came from. ;The toast was enthusiasti-  caiy received and fiir Parrish was warm  lyapplauded upon rising to respond. He  was visibly affected by . the splendid  tribute to his own personal qualities  Mr.- Ifarrish thanked them most  sincerely for the such a demonstration  of good .fellowship. He said that he  sonld never forget the pleasant delightful social relationship that existed  between the people of Greenwood and  himself since he came to this district  three years ago. In business and soc-  ialmattershe had nothing but the high  est praise to accord the people of  Greenwood. He was glad that he was  not leaving the district for good but  hoped to be with them again quite frequently. The Boundary district would  always be close to his heart.     ..:.    .... .  He  then  in   an   interesttng  way re- j ���> Total Tons   ferred  to  the  mining   development in | ^"X-^K^^^K-^X-^^-H-  Continued on last pape.  Fernie is Boundary's hoodoo.   Every  time the mines and smelters  begin   to  run smoothly and make money,  Providence   or   James   H.     Tonkin     intervenes.    A        strike        is       ordered.  The men quit work,   mines and  coke  ovens are  closed  and'the mining and  smelting industry brought to a   standstill    Without a moment's notice, a telegram from from Mr.  Tonkin,   manager for the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company, to the manager of local smelters,  conveys the doleful news that the  men  were again nut on-strike While thejout-  side received but faint.rumours of the  demon of unrest which  held sway in  coal town, those on the inside expected  someting to happen.   So far as can  be  learned, the men have had many grievances since they entered into a tentative agreement with  the  management  last fall. Incipient strikes took place at  Morrissey   and  Michel  and  men  and  manager were generally in hot water.  According.  to     themen     the     disturbing   element    in    Fernie    is   one  Jas.   H.    Tonkin     manager    of    the  company.    He receiver} his..training in  Pennsylvania coal mines where labor  conditions are probably worse than  in  any  other   portion   of   the   habitable  globe.    Mr. Tonkin  is  apparently  labouring tinder the  hallucination  that  he is still in anthracite coal regions in  the Quaker state.    Until he is there in  ihe flesh it is not expected that peace  will reign in Fernie.    The  men  claim  thai Mr. Tonkin has his favorites  who  have fat contracts and are able to earn  $10 to $12 a day.   The great body of  the :men   sniffer-: in   consequence  as- a  proper average wage must be maintained in the interests of the company.  Some of them cannot make a dollar a  day.while^others^by.persistent hustling-  manage to make $1 50.   Now even .the  latter wage does not insure necessary  comforts particularly if the coal miner  has the temerity to indulge in the luxury of a wife and a rapidly  increasing  family. . So the  men  at  Fernie  Morrissey and Michel got together and discussed  the situation.    The  drafted  a  schedule   of  wage  wnich  they  would  like to see adipted at all  the  mines  of  the company and appointed a committee to interview Mr.  Tonkin   and  dis  cuss this schedule with him.    The committee asked for an interview  on   Friday.    Mr.  Tonkin refused, to receive  any committee from the men and trotted    out   the   old  subterfuge Jthat  if  any men'had any grievances he   would  hear them individually.  This did not suit  the  men,  so they  the strike lasts far some time local smelters will be compelled to close down.  .Should they again close down something is going to happen.  A smelter man discussing the situation said: "I have no authority to  speak for the other smelters but I feel  that if the smelters are compelled to  close dowrifwill not open up iu a hurry  even if the strike is settled. The men  behind the smelters are getting tired  of these strikes and other obstacles to  progress, and they will want to definitely know where they are at before  they begin again. All the smelters  have arranged for increased furnaces  and refining plants. The Granby company announced that a dividend ought  to be expected this year. How can a  dividend be paid if their smelter is  closed down because of the Fernie  strike? What assurance is there that  if this strike is settled another one will  not take place in a few months? It  strikes me that Mr. Tonkin is Ihe right  man in the wrong place. Unless the  Crow.s Nest Pass Coal company can  give definite assurances that its men  and its manager can be controlled' then  before the mining and smelting industries can flourish a sure and certain  source of fuel must be secured."  Xi.i.lLJM  LD  Rock Creek Measures Secured by Ashnola Co  Good Quality of Coaking Coal���Ma  Build Railway  Fernie, B. C. Feb. 12.���(Special to  the Times.)���The strike was inaugurated here on February 11th. After a  futile effort to obtaiman interview with  the management of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal company for the purpose of  adjusting the wage scale and other  grievences.  Everytime the district union tried to  obtain an audience with the management they were entirely ignored. The  situation stands at present : The  mines and coke ovens at Fernie, Mor-  Irissey and Michel are- tied up Ttight.'  The management has not yet signified  tneir willingness to meet the district  union. The general sentiment of the  the public is yery stn.ngly in favour  of the Miners.        John J. Davies,  Sec'y district union No. 7.  Duncan Mcintosh, who is now managing the Providence mine, adjoining  Greenwood townsite, is in town today  in connection with a case pending before the supreme court. Speaking of  the Providence Mr. Mcintosh said he  was more than satisfied with the way  this property was developing A staff  of-men is-now employed'andabout two  carloads of ore a month is being shipped to the Trail smelter. The ore runs  about $130 to the ton, the chief value  being in silver. "The Providence is a  dandy," said the manager, "and if the  vein widens out a little more as we go  along we shall do very well. I am  very well pleased indeed with the way  the ore is coming in and the values  got/'  I). R. Young managing director of  the Ashnola Smelter Ltd., has purchased through Mayor Smaileis the  Rock Creek Coal measures owned by  Robert Wood & Co. A substantial  cash payment was made. The coal  lands comprise 640 acres. They are  situated immediately above the mouth  of Rock Creek about 21 miles from  Greenwood. A crown grant for the  property was secured by Bohert Wood  in 1896. Some development work in  the shape of shafts and crosscuts was  carried out. At one point there is 4  feet of solid coal. The coal has been  analyzed several times by smelter ex-  derts who pronounce it a good quality  of coking coal. Should the Ashnola  Smelter Ltd. carry out contemplated  arrangements the property will be developed and coke ovens erected.  It is understood that the same company has purchased the Midway &  Vernon Railway charter and that at  least the twelve miles of the road from  Midway to Rock Creek will be constructed to afford means of communic  ation*to the-Bouudary smelters.  PRESENTATION  Mrs Viunie McCray died suddenly at  the Spokane hoiel, Midway, Tuesday  evening. She was born at Leavpn-  worth, Kansas, and was 33 years of  age. The deceased was a sister of Mrs  Joe Villandree of this city. The funer  Bl takes place this afternoon from  Gulley's undertaking parlors.  V  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  Y  Y  i$  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  f  X  ������x��>:��x��x��x��:��  Boundary Ore Shipments.  Granby Mines:  Mother Lode   Si. C. Mine   Snowshoe   Sunset   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell   Emma.....   Winnipeg   Golden   Crown. .  Athlestan   King Solomon....  No. 7   City of Paris   Jewel..'       Carmi   Providence   Ruby   Miscellanesus   !~x~x��:*k��x><^  4   *  1900  64 .533  5  340  19 444  297  150  1901  231 862  99 S48  47 517  1 731  800  H(2.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  Week.  11 700  2 310  420  810  512  1903  45 926  IS 078  4 330  4 891  1 706  1 076  2 250  1 200  000  160  3 230  99 730  150    560    650  1 040 .  850 -  665    7 900  785  ��� 625  360  532  2 175  172  325  890  4 230  389 618  507 811  47  6 133   76 208  x~:~x.<~:��x..:"X��X"X~x~:~x^  To Mrs. Sorenson by Her Anaconda  Friends  On Friday evening last the ladies of  Anaconda gave a social dance in honor  of Mrs. Sorenson and family who left  for Salt Lake on Tuesday. The affair  was held in the School house and about  seventy friends and acquaintances  were present. Dancing was begun at  at 8 o'clock and lasted until four in the  morning. A few minutes before lunch  time Mr,.WilberU asked-the-attention -  of those present and in a few well  chosen words expla-.ned why they had  been invited to meet on this occasion.  He said it was to show their regret at  the departure of Mrs. Sorenson and  family from our midst and asked Mrs.  Sorenson to accpt as a token of remembrance from her friends a beautiful  silver butter dish. The party was  then invited over to Mrs. Lowery's  where under the supervision of Mrs.  Lowery and Mrs. Jensen a most appetizing supper was serven. Mr. Sorenson aud familyjhave been residents  of Greenwood for the past two years.  Mr. Sorenson who is master mechanic  at the Greenwood smelter expects to  join his family in the near future.  J. C. Haas M. E. left for Spokanf on  Tuesday last. While here he arranged  to start work on the Golcondu jfroup in  Smith's camp Two men will be employed at first but the force will be increased in a short time. Mr Haas  recently spent several months in the  east and while there saw Hon. Geo K.  Foster who is interested in the Golcon-  da group and arranged with him for  resumption of work. Considerable  work was done on the Golconda a few  years ago.  Pam Johnson, M. E., retires from  the superin tendency of the B. C. Copper company's smelter on the 26th  inst. Mr. Johnson came here in  August, 1899, for the purpose of  erecting the smelter for the company.  His contract expired at the end of  three years but waa continued month  by month since August last until the  present. The company has not  announced his successor.  vet  Po you use I5UC Ribtj'.n   Tt>n ? THE   BOUtt )AY CREEK   TIMES  '~^k  " ". AA  Til  :  1.  -.Tl  S'l  nr.sic^  ;s  IX  l.ni'O!  Tl  li  '     V.'OOIJ.I  i  NS  TO  j     SI.L.I :C T  rn  OA\.  ���Aa.  ���-..  9t  L'OI'I'KK   STKKUT  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Done  FIT AND  FINISH  GUARANTEED.  ]>. O. BOX lb2. OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTRL.  ZftC  Boundary Creek Times  "Issued ���vcry Friday  DUNCAN   KoSK      M.\NAIS!.N<;    KlHTOK  SUliSOKll'TIOXS IX  ADVANCE.  1->eb Teak ? - ����  Six Months  1 25  To   rOKKIC.N   ClMlSTHIES..'       2 50  Friday, feurijak v is. iw3.  1N D R M NITY BY- LA \V.  or innocently of quarrelling with their  men at too frequent intervals-Zthe situation is not likely to be "improved.  With an alternative source for fuel,  there would be some chance for the  mines and smelters.  ;'Scott" Was Surprised  WHEN OUGHT  WE TO  GO TO A DENTIST?  Man)' think it unnecessary  to devote particular attention to the teeth until the  appearance of the mouth is  affected by damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  till pain compels them.  The stupidity and shortsightedness of either policy is  evident.  Everyone who thinks a  moment on the subject knows  that food cannot be masticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, inflamed, decaj'ed, or  othervise out of working1 order;  and if this be the case, the mouth  requires immediate attention.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood. H. C.  Insurance, Real Estate and General Agents  ^���Accountants, Auditors and Notaries Public���Sfc  REPRESENTING-  Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society  Sun Fire Insurance Co.  Caledonian Fire Insurance Co.  Hartford Fire Insurance Co.  Scottish Union Fire Insurance Co-  Queen of America F're Insurance Co.  Phoenix of Ha��tfor<? Fire Insurance  Co-  Aetna Fire Insuiatue Co.  Insurance Cq. of North America-  MINING PROPERTIES FOR ��&LE-  Offices :  Rendell Block,  /Greenwood, B. C.  < ml  0<>0000000000000<>000000<>0<>OttO<K><>OOOOOb:0<>000000<>0<>00000  <>OOOOOOO00O0O0O0<)0<>0OO(XX>O��<><>0OO0O0O<k>0O0<>0Of   Established 1836.     Incorporated ty Royal Charter  Aid. Kirkwood is not without courage else he would hesitate before introducing a by-law to pay'''he mayor  and aldermen. . Citizens who have  been in tlie hnbit of getting something for nothing are not anxious that  the pr.-ctice should be distti.bed. It is  d.flicull to u .;.U:rsta.nd ���1iv seven  ordinarily sane men .slior.'d r,i'':��r.times  struggle to have the opportunity of  doing a lot of hard work for seventeen  hundred of their fellow citizens without emolument or reward of any ,'ciiid.  But hu 111:1 n nature is human nature  the world .over. No one can dispute  the fact tha t the mayor and aldermen  should reeeive reasonable compensation for .their services. Whether the  city can aff >rd lo pay is another matter, The truth i.s that in British Columbia towns are iu too much of a hurry  to iret incorporated and take on city  airs without having- the wherewithal  to maintain them. It is absolutely unfair however that the mayor particularly should be expected to give a lot of  time to the city and dig- down in li is  "pocket   for"'"iim^^  mi.de upon him in connection with nis  office. It is -equally unfair to expect  alder.nen to spend much of th-dr time  in the service of the city without compensation.  Under au amendment to the  municipal clauses act passed last year  such matters may be referred to the  electors at the time of the annual  election. It would have been better  had advantage been taken of the referendum.  THIC KICKNIK STRIKE.  The .-.trike at Kcrnie. if continued  will again mean the complete closing  down of the liritish Columbia smelters.  While some of the smellers have a  sum 11 coke reserve they are absolutely  without the coal necessary to run their  plants. In the absence of full particulars, it >s difficult to place the respou-  sibilitv for this strike. It matters not  who is to blame, the bald facts stand  out that it i.> within the power of the  Coal company's management or its  employees to bring the mining and  smelting industry to a complete standstill. Surely these industries are of  sufficient importance to demand s-jcli  legislation or action as will insure :i  reasonably regular supply of fuel. So  long as one company has a monopoly  of the business and >,.> long as its management ha-, the nasi y  habit,   wilfully  Bachelor Headauarters at Deadwood  Invaded by Fair Sex  There was great excitement at Dead-  wood last Friday night over a most unusual occurrence.    Among other members of that community is C. Scott McRae, an old time trapper and prospector  well-known throughout  the  Boundary  country.    In   the   mountains   he   has  long been hardy  and  adventurous,  so  much that, with a brother,  he  discovered   the  McRae Pass,   which  proved  for the Columbia & Western a  practicable   route   for  its railway  from  the  Columbia   River   into   the Boundary.  But though nervy  and  very   much  at  home in the mountains, whether trapping, exploring  or prospesting,  Scott  has always lost his nerve when it came  tothe que.'    on of  quitting "baching-"  and j->ini:-j the ranks of the Benedicts.  So it ha* been that his roomy cabin   at  Deadwood   has   seldom   if   ever   been  graced by the presence of the fair sex.  However   this   undesirable    state    of  things would not be permitted to go on  forever without some sort of a  protest.  The idea of such  a decent man  never  hearing a woman's happy laug-h within the  walls of his  snug  log- house;  such a reproach on the  neighborliness  of the good ladies of Deadwood had  to  be removed.    So it was  that  they put  thnir heads together and, taking  some  of their menfolk along with them, and  a whole raft of good things to eat  and  drink,  and   not forgetting the  fidler,  they took Scott by storm, their advent  being a   veritable   "surprise   party".  But the good man soon pulled  himself  together and  everybody  settled  down  to having a "hihu time".    First Scott's  health    and    happiness    was    drunk  '('(hough  the   ladies-couldIn' t~ imagine  a lone man   being  happy;  why  didn't  he get a wife to look after his comfort)  and then chairs, tables, beds and other  things that always lumber up  a bachelors house, bundled outside,   a stand  rigged up in a corner for the "orches-  i'K", and in a quarter less than no time  everybody was tripping the  light! fa"  tastic  to   the  music  of  "2'ip   Coon",  "Sugar   in   the  Coffee, O"  and  other  classic melodies too numerous to  mention.    Oh, it did the good ladies' hearts  good to see Scot), after he got over his  amazement,   slowly   realize  that this  was the opportunity  of a  lifetime;  to  see him shake off his  moccasins  and  j join the  merry  crowd,  determined  to  ] have more fun than it is often the luck  ; of a  trapper  or  prospector   to have in  j one evening.      At  last   the end of the  j programme was reached, supper scrv-  1 ed. and   the   ladies  with   their  escorts  departed homewards,   glad to have for  ;on-..e   shed    light   on   the    dark    path  ; travelled   by   the  poor lone man.    But  j there was no sleep yet, for some of the  j sour dough boys, who remained to dis  i cuss the unwonted proceedings, got in-  ' to an argument as to who was the best  ' dancer,  so  Scott  and  Danny McRae,  j Dave Good and Jim  McLaren  entered  | into a dancing contest.    It  was a reg-  . ular  "breakdown"  for   Scott   danced  j with such vigor ;hat he   broke through  the floor,   so,   much   to his disappointment,   Judge Jack Lucy  awarded the  prize to Danny and, after "kissing the  baby"    once   more,   the    lights   were  turned    out    and    darkness    reigned  where earlier the  boys had had more  fun than one could shake a stick at.  3*^1^6   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  'v-ySv*.^ No. 38,1. 0. 0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday  Evening at 8 00 in the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A corjial liivi tatlon is extended to all sojourning brethem.  D. A. Bannerman, Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. Ree.-Sec.  K.   W.   Matthews.   Dun's represent-  j a.ive was here this week.  ABEL HALLBERG  MANUFACTURER  AND  DEALER   IN  CAPITAL,   ^1,000,000���$4,866,666.66  Reserve Fund,^365,000��$l,776,333 ;33  HEAD OFFICE  London England.     H. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY. Superintendent of Branches.  Branches and agents iu all the principal cities of Canada and the United States,  and correspondents In all parts of the world.  GREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street.  J,     blUi,  GREENWOOD AND MIDWAY, B. C.  BLANK  B00KS,..  AND OFFICE SUPPLIES  CASH HOOKS. JOURNALS,  LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS,  TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES,  FYLES, INK, MUCILAGE,  PASTE, ETC., ETC,  A complete line of   office   supplies  always on hand.  Office and pocket Diaries for 1903.  -Je      Lm*9  Boods, Stationery and Office  Supplies, Etc.  PerfectSight  a matter of Foresight  Many cases of eye trouble  are averted by early application of proper lenses. Present neglect means future  trouble.  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.  mi  m  m  STOCKS,       -       REAL ESTATE.  *^J^: THE:  Copper Street.  ij@  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  aa  P5  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  TRY OUR COFFEB  Charles R. Pittock,     :     ^ropr.  jpjfje'spjf j? jpjpjt'jpjp ip ����'��?*' a?��? j��jt,jAjAj*jj.jjijjtjtjjtjAj*j)tjiijitjAjli  J. L. WHITE  Druggist and Optician,  Greenwood, B. C.  THE NEW  i  j  \j  Remodelled. Renovated and Refurnished. Only thi- best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt .-.crvicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  Greenwood  Liauor Company  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  ^ ��fc *  * * * Calgary Beer* ���&  kk  R GRIEGER, Manager. g  JjtjAjtJtjAjAjAjAJJtjAjJ. JX Jf jt JA Jt Jjt I? JT |P ��r |T jT K" ����*!��>�� �����������!�� ����!������,  33333&$i$j!t3&j*jAjJ.jAjJ.jS  |P^����,*fiPjS,ri-��,jS,t<,l��,l��,����,jPK,l��,J��"  B Until  The Midwinter Special Sales  Continue in every department all during the month  of February  New Goods Arriving daily.  A limited number of the choicest and prettiest sample Shirt Waists  and Blouses ever put on the market, No two alike, and all this .coming .  seasons styles. Come early and make ; our selection, for these goods will  not last long.  The Hunter-Kendrick Company, Limited.  GREENWOOD, B. C. y  "i/\  Page 6  THE   B0TJ1N )AY CREEK   TIMES  CORPORATION OR THE OITY OR GREENWOOD.  UXORS STATEMENT F��R THE YEAR 1902*  General Revenue Account, January 1st to December 31st, 1902.  To Fire Department expense   Police Department      "       Street sprinkling    General expense delegations  " " Donations   ,  "           "           Entertaining....  " ���' Sundries   Office expense   Legal expense    Inlerest and discount   Indigent sick   Advertising and stationery   Street repairs ;iud maintenance..  Fire and light, city hall   Board of Health   Street lighting   School expense    Expenses re Tramway   Sewerage account written off   Depreciation :--  Isolation Hospital   Street Improvement     3  Property account    Municipal buildings   Water Works ���:  Bonus account   CemetPry account    City Map   Fire Department   City Band   Balance   transferred  Greenwood account  to   City   of  938 18  1 133 75  132 95  525 00  440 00  92 00  895 02  1 952 02  1 350 00  625 00  909 57  210 60  279 95  1 903 96  250 35  475 46  1 258 00  1 204 45  146 25  123 25  87 85  3 013 90  174 35  962 00  1 296 30  710 00  198 30  46 30  521 60  21 00  7 031 60  ' 339 10  $20 264 44  By gross amount of taxes collectable  for general revenue     11 614 75  Less allowance to persons paving  before Oi-tober 31st .'        773 05  Profit on waterworks  Interest   on    arrears  taxes   Trade Licenses   Liquor Licenses   Cemetary account   Dog Tax   Road Tax   of   general  10 841 70  1 657 00  334 39  1 230 50  6 010 00  68 85  76 on  46 00  1902.  Jan. 1.   To balance owing  To balance owing  To Balance owing  Tax Statement, December 31st. 1902-  SPECIAL TAX   1898 AND  1899.  Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.  1 323 15  By cash received during year   1 179 40  Balance due 143 75  SI 353 15  Si 323 15'  SPECIAL TAX, 1900. ...' .  | By cash received during year   1'698 08  2 725 62  Balance due  $2 725 62|  SPECIAL tax, 1901.  1 027 54  $2 725 54  5 031 45  By cash received during year  2 609 65  Balance due 2 421 80  $5 031 45  S55 031 45 J  SPECIAL TAX,  1902.  To totol amount collectable iBy^ash received during year   3 903 25  as per assessment roll  9 678 95  Balance due  $9 678 95 [  GENERAL TAX, 98,   99,  AND 1900.  5 775 70  *9 678 95  To balance due  5 557 95  Receipts and Expenditure  RECEIPTS.  To cash on hand        177 78  "    in bank, general net     2 845 81  " "      sinking fund     6 288 92  Masonic Lodge     Special tax 98 and 99   Special tax 1900..'   "   1901 :���   "        "   1902   G.neral tax 98, 99, and 1900   "   1901    "   1902 ���.  ..  Proceeds S5,000 school debentures..  Sundry persons for water rent   Street sprinkling    Police department   Interest on general taxes   "        " special taxes -   "       allowed  by  bank on sinking fund :   Trades Licenses   Liquor Licenses   Cemetery act   Interest and Discount   T'l.-Myfni Sick   Siret.-t lirade....   Rent of Cit \   Hall    Dog Tax ....          Road Tax   B. C. Copper  Co.  ror  Steel Rails  etc   Tax Sale act   Government   grant   to  school   for  ordinary expenditure   Jenceke.* Machine company   Government   gram to school building ..'let... .   Cash    received   irom   government  for exchanging *ite*   LIABILITIES.  Debentures Issued S78 600.  25 000 at 92    30 000 at 101:   15 000 at 101   3 600 at par given as a bonus to       B. C. Copper Co.,   73 600  The remaining 35,000 debentures were��sold at 96 and appear in  "^" the school trustees' account: "'"~"~"  Batik of Montreal hypothecation of  Debentures act   Bank of Montreal loan act   Bills Payable   Debenture Interest accrued due to  December 31st, but' not paid   School Trustees   Salaries for December   Special Revenue act. Debenture Interest  :   Special Revenue act. Sinking Fund...  City of Greenwood act. being- the excess of assets over liabilities   Account, January 1st to December 31st, 1902.  EXPENDITURE  By Alleyways :.......'   Street Improvement (permanent) ..  Fire Department  expense   Bank of   Monireal  hypothecation  debenture act-   Bank of Montreal loan act   Note re. Sisters Hospital bonus   Sundry creditors for  amounts owing on Deo. 31st 1901   Debenture interest     Waterworhs capital act   " maintenance   Police Department   Cemetery act   General Expense Delegations   Donations   Entertaining   Sundries   9 312 61  72 65  1 179 40  1 698 08  2 609 65  3 903 25  3 497 28  4 268 20  3 899 95  4 800 00  2 367 45  47 05  1 103 50  330 59  . 302 69  239 50  1 220 50  6 010 00  120 00  3 SO  30 00  5 00  22 50  76 00  12 00  285 25  S3 20  976 55  30 24  4 125 00  1 000 00  S53 601 S9  $20 264 44  255 95  222 90  592 18  By cash received during year .3 497 28  Allowances for contra acts . 56 40  Balance due .;...'   2.004 27  $5 558 95 |  GENERAL TAX,  1901.  $5 557 95  To balanee owing  8 390 20  By cash received during year '4 268 20  Allowances for contra acts ' 58 75  Balance due ��� 4 o63 25  S8 390 20 J  GENERAL TAX,  190?..  $8 390 20  j To gross amount  collectable  as ser assessment roll     ���'   11 614 75  600 00  500 00  525 00  440 00  92 00  930 00  1 000 00  1 205 99  5 137 50  1 981 30  803 85  2 308 00  51 15  Office expense   Legal expense   Interest discount.,   Indigent sick   Advertising stationary   Street repairmaintenances   Fire and Light City Hall   Board of Health   Street Lighting   Expenses re Tax Sale   School act. expense   Expenses re Tramway     Payments on act. of School Building and real estate   Cash on hand, general....: .....  " "���       special   Cash in Bank to credit of sinking  fund act   1  1 987 00  1 350 00  620 00  921 12  236 60  274 95  473 96  258 80  475 46  1 258 00  63 00  2 181 00  126 25  7 350 00  113 76  144 55  10 108 62  $11 614 75  By cash received during year   3,899 95  Allowances     to    persons  paying before Oct. 31 '��������������� <   773 05  Allowance for contra, act  .    ���   10 85  Balance due . 6 930 90  $11 614 75  Special Revenue Account, January 1st to December 31st. 1902.  To   debenture   interest   for  year 5 137 50  Balance. 5 083 64.  By gross amount of special    '���'  taxes collectable   as   per-  roll ...    ...  For debenture interest        .6 103 80  For sinking fund 3 575 IS  Interest collected on special' '  taxes -.:.-h 302 69  Interest allowed by bank   . : ..  oo sinking fund '239 50  $53 601 89  Balance Sheet December 31st, 1902.  23 000  30 300  15 150  3 600  72 050  ASSETS.  Cash on hand, gerera   Cash on hand, special   144 55  113 76  Cash in bank, sinking fund act   Taxes in arrears 98, 99, 19no     3 170 56  1901     6 485 05  1902.  12 706 60  258 31  10 108 62  9 400 00  10 500 00  2 000 00  '2 352 35  2 575 00  395 00  4 026 71  13 588 70  25 786 94  142 674 70  Street Improvements    Water Works ���. ���...���_  "A 11 ey w ay s;::::::aata^aaaz zazzz~zt.  Cemetery   Isolation Hospital   City Map   Fire Department   Property act   Citv Band   Tax Sale act   Bonus act .   Sundry persons for waterrent.  Municipal Buildings   22 367 21  57 263 83  26 655 36  "~ "482 50  3 767 89  790 75  416 95  4 694 79  475 18  189 79  9 80  6 390 00  144 95  8 658 77  142 674 70  This Balance Sheet is true and correct, and it shows the City's financial position on December 31st, 1902.  W. E. HODGES,  0 Chartered Accountant.  Auditor.  $10 221 14 |  TOTAL AMOUNT OK TAXES IN      AREEARg  $10 22114  1898 and 1899 special  1900 "  1901  1902  1698, 99 and 1900 general  1901 "  1902 "  143 75  1-027 54  2 421 80  5 775 70  2 004 27  4 063 25  6 930 90  S22 367 21  To the Mayor and Aldekmen, ... ,  Corporation of the City of Greenwood. ..,.,..,.,..���  GentlemSn: I haye examined the books and vouchers'-of "the:, eity of  Greenwood for the year 1902 and they are all in order and correct. ���  I enclose herewith general revenue account, receipts and expenditure account and balance shee'.. According Io the general revenue account the Fire  Department appear to have cost the city $938.18 for the yer.r, including the  driver's salary, but they were credited with $654 for wo k done on the streets  aud street sprinkling.  The School expense account was a charge on the city of $1,204.45 for the  year, but it was only credited with three quarterly grants from the government  as the one for the last three months amounting to $285.45 had not arrived-when  the books were closed, therefore the school really cost the city only $918.00 for  the year instead of $1,204.45.  ""As'the fixed assets of the city Were"sta:hding  cost I wrote off a certain amount for depreciation via., 10 per cent on buildings  and fire department, 20 per cent on property account, 5 per cent on street improvements, waterworks and cemetery accounts. I t'id this on my own  initiative and trust that it will meet with your views. "-a *���.���!���  The total indebtedness of the city on December 31st, 1902,  was $100;822.35,  (including $2,575  only  on  school account although $5 000 debentures were issued)  against $110,720 a year   ago, but then there was $2,991 cash on' hand in  the general account  against $113.76 now, so after making allowance forthe  cash on hand in both cases the liabilities of the city were reduced about $7,000  during the year, which is accounted  to a large extent by the proposed lax sale  which  brought  it   a large amount of money outstanding for arrears.of taxes,  and by a reduction in salaries of about $2,000 for the.yeai;. .     ..   . . ..,.  Yours faithfully,  W. E. HODGES,  Chartered Accountant.  ���'���,'.'���.��� Aliditor.  TO HAVE THE BEST WHEN THE POST IS NOT GREATER,  We keep only the best Staple and Fancy Groceries, all carefully selected, ''"''.. r  Our prices are always rights -mma$^  M. E. FRAZEE, Grocery and Bakery.  OORRER STREET, GREENWOOD.  \  NEATLY AND  QUICKLY  EXECUTED AT THE rtfE    BOIiNTtaPV    CREKK   TIMES.  Page 5  Aldermanic Committees  Appointed by Mayor  I  Will  be Presented by Council And  :.::-.>..��oar&.of? Trade  His worship, MayorSiihailes, flresid  i'ed'at'the!xeg?uWriine'eting of ths City  ������couticil bn'Mfifrdky .'eyeping. "Returning'officer Taylor having read the re-  VeulVof.4he election and  the  necessary  oath of office having been present, took  . .^is Mat .as. presiding... officer.   All the  ���liiifler-me.n.i'^rfe joresent' John  Kirkup  ; assessor and collector for; the Rossland  --District wrote that acting under the in-  stractibhs from   the  government,   no  exemption would  be made of.Crown-  ..granted   mineral, claims   within    the  municipality a"nd thai they as' well as  '."others would be sold forth with if taxes  ;iwere not paid;?* As^he council has no  >iitthbrit3'    under   the   act   to 'expend  ; qdoney- for this purpose, the Mayor was  authorized to wire the premier asking  that'the ��fttl'e" ��� to^hes^fclaitai-ibe *pro-  tecled.- ���;; =.'   ''������   :���:..<;���* :~i...  The special cbmnirttee to whom  was  referred the ..requirements of the dis-  ��� tribtas asked' for-by,.Smith  Curtis M.  P. P. reported-having.conferred with  ' the Board of Trade and having decided  ..tbaslc forthe following^ ';'  Road Greenwood to Midway......! $750.00  ���'"���r Greenwood to Phoenix. 3350.00  "     Greenwood to Eholt  $400.00  " Greenwood to Kimberley..$300 00  " Greenwood to Cresent .. $350 0y  ��'     Greenwood to Long L,ake..$500.00  Court house (additional) $3,C00.00  School house (additional) $5,000.00  Road to Copper Camp $1,000.00  The report was adopted and the city  clerk instructed to assist the secretary  of the Board of. Trade in preparing  necessary memorial.  C. J. McArthur thanked the council  for recommending his appointment' as  'lidehse-icoAfthiSsibnet''but'-asked "that  hi�� name t>e;;withdi?a��vn. -No- action  - aib'outsthe^reecomfehidation of ��� a successor to Mr.1'McArthur willbe ta-ken till  'rtfextiweek; -:;* ���  'The Major appointed -the' 'following  comittees for the year; the first named  ���being chairttranrof'-eich: ' i   ������  ���Streets���Bunting;-McKenzie; Gulley.  "Fire arid lig-ht���Kirkwood, Ross, Ban-  '���itertfiatiC-'-'   "; ������'��� "���?'��� '������'-��� ���'���������'��������� ���  Waterworks���Ross,   Bunting,   Kirk-  Board Of Health���McKenzie. Bunting  Bannerman. '���'"  ������Finance���Banviprmnn.- Ross* Gulley.  Cemetery, pond���jviiiey, Kirkwood,  McKenzie.   :-'  ���vAld.Kirkwobd'.gavenoticeof ��� an indemnity^ ��� by-law1 ��� under   which    the  : mayor andaldtrmen 'will be (paid for  V their--��er vices'.-: "-i"'"--'���'-'������   ������ '���  >' The council'then adjburned-.  Cowney's,  {Uilson Bros,,  \ii-i.  *c  .Mirtiicrn Railway Co  !:cpp;ir(i Haiiway Co.  in Railway Co.  a KG. N. Co.  li Rv. & 1 Co.  R0SSLM]  W1HTER  CARNIVAL  mm i, 12,13.14.  Will issue return tickets at  SINGLE FARE  Dates of sale February 11,12, 13, l4,t,'o<ul tn  return till February lt>.  ��� ni. <���;  Hi.  x.  ���rn.  itli;  E. REDPATH  GREENWOOD, B. C.  J. S; CARTER. E.J.  AGENT.  D. P. A., Nelson.  COYLE,  G.P.A. Vancouver.  ������Ay nil rail route between points  -t :uid south to Rossland,  Nel-  and Forks and Republic.    Con-  Spokane with the  Great  Nor-  \V>rthern   Pacific  and  O. R. &  I'nr   points   east,    west  and  .Minuets ;u  Rossland and  Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Cnmiei-.ts  at Nolson  with  the K. R,  and N. Co.. Kaslo and K.  & S.  points.  Connects  ;it Curlew  with  stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Bullet   cars  run  on   trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov, 22, 1902.  Lk.w  9:25  K  a. in.  Spokane  ARRrVE  5:45 p. m.  10:15  a. ni.  Rossland  5:10 p.  m.  7:00  a. m.  Nelson  8:00 p.  m.  11:00  a. in.  (Millers, Grand  Forks)  ��� 4:00 p.  m.  9.15  a. in.  H  Republic  . A. JACKSON,  5:40 p.  m.  General  Passenger Af  Spok  ent,  me, Wash  ��-ii  FURNITURE  CARPETS  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.  MINERAL ACT 18%.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  GOLD FINCH Mineral Claim  Keltle River Minliif,r Di  District.   Where located :  TAKE NOTICE tlmi   I,   .1.  Free   Miner's  Certificate  aerent for Charles \V. H. Sanson  Certificate No.B.SWH.. Intend,  the date "uereof,- to   apply  lo tin:  order  for a  Certificate of    Iiupriircun-nts   I'm  tlie   purpose   of   obtaining-   a Ci'.nv:!   tir.-uu 1.  the above claim.  And further taUc notice that action, nude:  section. 37, must be commenced before the is  suance'of such Certiiicate of Iniprovemcnl'--.  Dated this 13th dav of December. 1TO2.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To JOIIX COLLINS and  any  person or persons to \,hon\ hi' mav have transferred his  interests in ihe ���'Tli' TOP" Mineral claim  situate ou ihe West   'Pork of Kettle River.  lvitiir  North  of and  adioiniupr  the Knob  Hill   Mineral   claim    in ' the   Kettle   River  Mininir 1 >i vision' of YaleDistrict.  You arc hereby notified that I have expended  ���5102.511 in nrocr to hold Hie said mineral claim  uuder-t lie provisions of Hie  Mineral  Act, tliat  'you should coin libute SSI 25 as your, portion of  ���the  said   sum   lor your  undivided one half in-  lerest iu snid claim and if within 90 davs from  the lirst insor!ion of this notice you  fail or refuse  to  contribute the sum of Sol.25 which is,  now due b;    vou, toireilicr with   all   costs  of  advertising,   ymir   interest    in    said . mineral  claim   will   become the  property of the   subscriber under section  four of an Act entitled  the "Mnoral Act Amendment Act." 1900.  Dtetla at  Creetuvood, li.  C.  the 28th day of  October. VW2. JOHN MATTHEWS.  Last ihsertrio nan. 31st, 1903.  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  A.  5 i You are hereby tic  3 ��� in labor and impn  i i "Toronto'" and  "St  si mate  in  tli  Yah  I  A. URANSON, D. R. CAMPBELL,  D  CAMERON and any others concerned :  dby notified that I have expended  provements on the "Boston"  'St. Louis" Mineral claims,  situate c 11 Cranberry Creek, West Fork of  of Kettle Jtiver. in the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale District, the sum of Three  ; Hundred Dollars, and $7.50 for recording the  1 same, such beinir the amount required and  necessary to hold tbe said clainis under the  provisionsof the "Mineral Act1 and Amending  Acts:  iinil   if  at   the e\-plrati"ii of ninety d>t v<  pi'iiniiuit.   namely   S23U..SI'.  ti.irellier    will,   al  costs   of  advi.rtisinjr,   your    interest  in   said  .  mineral claims shall   become   invested   in   tne  i (youi-co-owner) upon filing in the proper office  I in that bob.nf tlie affidavit required bv  Section  4 of the "Mineral Aft Amendment Act, 1900."  I     Paled t hi - 2*1 It dav of October. 1902.  ;ton  H  Sil Villi'  ���till*   I'.  c;i 1  ci.i  '.'.M :is  i-'ree    Miin-r'-  av days I rum  M i u i 11:/   I- ( e  I  .in un  :;i. ;.ii03.  N. CRBDEK  -it ;*i;i-! i.-f- !:on .l:tii.  r-.UNiCRAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  Last issue March 31.  J. I\ McLEOD.  uitsra-KtHEesiasi^HiEi:!  HJKTi!-.  iu the !���:.  District  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements  NOTICE. '  MONTANA,    MONTANA    FRACTIONAL.1  COLORADO,   IDAHO,   MULDOON.   and |  NEVADA,   Mineral  Claims, situate in the  Kettle  River   Mining   Division   of   Yale  - -District: "Where located :"' Near to Cauyonr  Creek, Main Kettle River, I  TAKE NOTICE that we, Alex. Waddell and 1  William Graham McMvnn, Free. Miners Certi- i  ficate Nos. B4O.450 and B40,601 respeeti\;.".lv. iu- ;  tend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply -  to the Milling Recorder for Certificates.of fni ��� :  provements, forthe purpose of obtaining Crown  Giants of the above claims. 1  And further take notice'that action,  uuder:  section 37.  must be commenced  before the is-|  suance of such Certificates of Improvement,    i  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902. j  Alex Waddell.  William Graham McMvnn i  Last issue Jan. 25.  NOTICK.  FOUKTS!-' ''.' .ri.'l.Y.  Mineral   Claim,   sitjate  i'e h'uer Mining- Division of Yale  Wliere located:���Near to Canyon  1 i.'ieek. Jinin Ketlle River.  TA ICE N'l <Hi K tli:it we Alex. Waddell and  K. Siiiiivau, Free Miners' certificate Nos.  i D. 411,4511 mill 11. 4I'.449 respectively, intend, sixty  j days from the date hereof, to apply to the  1 Minim.' Kecorder for a Certificate of fmprove-  j ineiiis. fur liie purpose of obtaining a Crown  1 C.i:i.n' of the above claim.  !     Aud   further take  notice that action  uuder  : section ~-7. must be commenced before the issuance of such Ceitificate of Improvemants  Dated this 3lst. day of May, A.D. 1902.     .  MINERAL ACT.  Ceitificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Mineral    Claim,    situate    in    tlie  Kiver    Mining-  Division   of   Yale  Where located :   In Long- Lake  and  '$.  ���������  3u$f arrived  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancv candies.'-'  R* B. munroe  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICE.  MONA, Mineral Claim, situate  in  the Ketlle  Kiver Mininir  Division   of   Yale   District.  Where located :    Near to and West of ihe  Canyon  Creek  Lakes,  Main   Kettle River.  and  South of the El Dorada Mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, II. 1).  names.   Kd.  Huckle, and   Marv   McMynn.     Free . Miners  Ceriilicate  Nos.  U40801."'H42ias. and U4o(,02 re.  spectively, intand,  sixty  days from   ilie    date  hereof,   lo apply  to the Mining- Roco; (|ei foi���..  Certificateof Improvements, for the ptirposioi  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And furtlier take notice that action, under  section 37,   must  be commenced   before the is  suance of such Certificateof Iiuoioveueiiis.  Dated this 31st day of Mav. 1VU2.  , II. D. H'aknki..  Ed. Kccki.i:.  Makv  Last issue Jan. 25.  AMANDY  Kettle  District.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. M. Shaw agent  for .lames Hunter, Free Miner's Certificate No.  HS(i!l'i'2 intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  toapply to the Mi iii 11 ir Recorder fora Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sueh Certiiicate of Iniprovements.  Daled thisSth dav of July, A.D. 1902.  First issue Nov. 28. C. A. E. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  ' i "MEXICO"   Miueral   Claim,   situate    in   the  ;        K.'tile'River  Mining Division of Yale District.     Where   located :    In   Triple  Lake  camp.  A KE XO'TICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Five Miner's Certificate No.  B30265. act-  i ing as agent  for John C. Farr, Free  Minei's  ' Certiiicate Xo. 11505X2. iulend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply lo the Mining Recorder  I for a Certi lic.iie of Improvements, for the pur-  I'ose  claim  Am!  ^ecliou  iianee  Dm.'.  I  TA,  KAFi'  K.  IK  O  THE NEW  j  Copper Street.  Remodelled,   Renovated  shed.      Only   the   hest  Cig-ars.    Prompt   servicer  Treatment.      Good    Room  Convenience.-..  Fred B. Munn,      I  ibiaiiiiug a Crown Grant ofthe above  u nber  take notice, that action, Uuder  -.,   must   be cinilmenced before the is-  I such rcriificiiie of Iniprovements.  ��� Iii���-���3-.it h day of September. \. D.,1902  M'NKIUL ACT.  ��� iiiicate of Improvements-  .NOTICE.  ING Mineral Claim, situate in the  h er Miniuy Division of Yale Dis-  iii.-i.       Where    located :     On   Horseshoe  M.i.euiiiii. Main Kellie River, lyinp 'south-  erly front the Ilnr'in'o mineral claim,  ���"pAKi;   .NOTICE  lliat we   Alex.   Waddell,  L      F. Sullivan, J. S.  Harrison and  M. Mc-  Myuu, Free Miners' Certificate Nos.  B 40,450;  li 40,449: il .iii.siW, and B 40,602 respectively, in-  leml. sixty   days from the date hereof, to apply  tothe   .Minium  recorder for a certificate of Im.  proveui.-nis,   tor   the   purpose   of   obtaininira  crown (Jrant of the above claim.  And  luitlter  take notice that action, under  recti..11 ���'-.. .must  be commenced before the is-  siiaiic? .-t such certificateof Improvements.  j:-:ilcd t'uis31st dnvof May. A.D.1902.  TENDERS.  and   Refnnii  Ltiiitor-.    an.  'Conrienit  1'lie'untlcM-sig-necl, being- the  holder  ;: cor!ifi..-nte from Ihe Commissioner  i'.auvti Lands of  Ontario, which en-  liini   to a  grant  of  160   acres of  in   that   Province   according   to  '���11   ti> oe made   under the provis-  f   Act   I..  Edward VII.. Cap. 6,  -    !..:ti':-o-s    for   purchase   of   his  -'   ' ���  .--line   f->r   cash.    F>.r   pi-  ��������� it!' 1-   i'  thi.- <itTn:e.  S \MFBb IoHNSTf)N.  i- .- ���'���: ���'.:���. ,   .-.f Jl,;iiiuO' 1V03.  Y  A'List of. Firms Who  Are   Doing  Business' in &  V  Greenwood. *  .����:-;  cmk^m��k*x~k����K"W��X"W":��:  ���:-x��:��:":-x��:":��:��x~X"M����':��  BANKS.  THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  F. J. Finucane, Manag-ei  THE BANK   OF BRITISH  NORTH  AMERICA.  W. G. H. Bbi/T,       -       -      Manager.  THE CANADIAN BANK OK  COMMERCE.  Henry F. Mytton,        -      Manager.  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.  RENDELL & CO.,  Dealers in Dry Goods,   Men's Furnishings,  Boots and Shoes, Mason & Risch  Pianos., etc., etc.  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., Limited.  General Merchandise,  Copper Street, Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL--LAW-CAULFIELD CO.,  I.IMITED.  Dealers  in   Hardware,   Groceries   and  Furnishings.  MILLER BROS.  Jewellers and Opticians.  THE MART.  Gauncr & Wickwire.  Rm::   E.itaU'.    Money   lo   Loan.    Fin?  Life an! Ad ir.h.ni Insurance.  TAILORING. &  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. ���       Greenwood, St.  W. ELSON,  M'Mvhno    T .ilor  ^'''���ci.        Opp  Windsor Hotel.  AS5AYFRS  :Kt;^Wn|0TH  ������ ; Cio-inist.  G icvinv.iod, B. C.  DRUGGISTS.  ,   J. L. WHITE,  Druggist, Copper St.  S. BARRY YUILL  Practical Watchmaker   and   Jeweller.  Greenwood, B. C.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  CANDY FACTORY.  C. V. SEMERAD,  Candy Factory and Ice Cream Parlors,  Fruits, etc.  STATIONERY, ETC  SMITH & McRAE,  Dealers  in  Stationery,   Blank   Books,  Wall Paper, Tobaccos,  Confectionery.  H. B. MUNROE,  Daaler in  Confectionery,   Stationery,  Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc.  J. L. COLES,  Stationery,   Newspapery, Periodicals.  H. A. KING & CO.,  Tobaccos,  Cigars,  Smokers Sundries,  Books, Newspapers and Pciio-J'"���; 's.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  ware bouse for storing goods.  P.O. Box ?���"     Residence opp, city hall.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.  DLALEY INVESTMENT & TRUST  COMPANY, Limited.  '"IW.1T.T,.." R   N-vnicx, Mnnairer.  Ui\rvL    \slxi\US.  HALLETT& SHAW  ���Barristers, Soucitoks,  NoTAKIKti  PUBUC.  Cable Address :  HAM.F.TT."  onus   -I  Cooks  -I Bedford M'ljeill's Greenwood, !'!  1 Moretnir At Neal's  ( Lalher's. B- ��-  I. M.   HALLETT. n. c, SHAW.  McLEOD & BROWN  Baertsters and Solicitors,  Notaries Pubuc, Etc.  Offices: Wallace-Miller block, Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  1. R. Brown. j. \>, McLeod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Ren'Jell Block,  Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anv    Provincial  Land Sitnvhvok.  GRE&NVJOOD,    ;       :       ;        ;    s.    O.  A.  E. ASHCROET.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  M'Rlflir and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood tiloek (next Cnstdins ollice.)  f.REENWOOD. B. C.  " *$; "in:\^k.alTa'err"'"""   Certilicue of ImDrovement.  NOTICE.  \  ...-I  Vi'H'St; CKdlvT.K Mineral  "���'      .^ .11 A": '.���"flile K't-.-er   Mining  'i'.'.:    A',    iict.    \V :ieii' lucated :  (��� \ '! 7 r\-f-  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  THE GEM RESTAURANT,  C. R. Pittock, - Proprietor.  FURNITURE.  T. M. GULLJ'.Y & CO.  Dealers in Furniture, Carpet-; and  Linoleums, etc.  BREWERIES.  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  Portman & Portmak,        Proprit tors  In draft or bottles at all leading  hotels.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  j   THE GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  R. Gkeicek. MHiiager.  ��� Agents for  Pab.st  and   Calgary Bee;  TAKI  >���;<������-. Mi  ', .'t1 ������������-���  AmI  1.1 ;���.!������  ii.tt   1.   In.ni   1��. McLeod.  ���." :.iic. Wo. 1'.."I''."-! awa/jent for  A-.-r...: Miner's  Ceriilicate No. 1!  . .1.  '"iiittcane  Free   Miner's  ii'.'-'A" ���'.        intend        sixtv  f'ale   ii-'..n>r to apply    to    the  i>.- a 1. 'itilicate of improve  'iiitio e  of obtaiuimr a crown  e .''aims,  i;;.e  notice that  action   u.idet  be Co..tr.'enced  before  the is-  . ������ .i Mortte of imnrovoments  ! i...'.y of Dec. tiller, A. D.,  1902.  I. P. McLEOD  .fell 23  MiNERAL ACT  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  I'o LEWIS MEYER, FERDINAND HASSE,  andifany person or persons to whom thev  ni.i.v liave transferred their interest in tlie  "tvii'TF, HORSE" Mineral claim situate  in C:.-iiier Camp, in the Kettle River Min-  ii'u' I;:.-isio:i of Yale District. British Col  li in;.  Yi'ii an- hereby notified that we bave caused-  l>! i'ee::;..-:.di'd :-~0':M to hold the said mineral  ,. ;.-;i.n n- de- ti-e -Mineral Act" that the pro-  I ..-Hi.:i v.i-.t sin.fid contribute for you undivid-  ���.���������'! one r.ilf 'n'ciesi in the above elaini is $102-50  .". . i i.-��� - Jiii* ninety days from the first public-  it '< .; 1.1 this Police you fail or refuse to 011-  tv'bnt.- tl:.- said Mnin of Slt)2.50 which is now  rtne. v.-ith :���! 1 ci'i ti; of aclvertisiny, your interest  :ti the J:'i I ::i:!i*?::tl claim will become vested in  us -J:.- iiinli.-- si;,'i:ed. your co-owners nnder sect-  ;. :������ -u-f ���-.. An* i-iiii!'��l the"Millc.ral Act Amend  itii-n- Ai-- ���������y-<.  \>:;w0. at (ii..-!tv.-0(icl lliis Till Xnveniber. 19<)2.  Margaret e. Mekcbr.  IJ. I.. Woou.  .lAMES C.K.M1AM.  A.NX1E liL'USCX.  s ?  i  A a/  THEJ    BOUNDARY    CREEK    TIMES.  >'  i-'aqc 5  vj-~-a  1  *��?%    VT"-'S\ TT^-na v^'^t-"^  r"ri-F.KH  ��*> <&# JTK      I      & ^ i V. &�� **&  Know ye that we will supply you with ai.iy MAGAZINE), PAPER or BOOK���not'in stock���in existence  at publishers prices. By placing1 your order for above  with us, you save the trouble and expense of a letter and  the cost of remitting. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your  order solicited.  Smith S�� McRae,  Books,  Stationery, Wall Papers, JJtc.  PROGRESSIVE  ASSOCIATION  Holds    Largely   Attended  Meeting in City Hall.  "�����fe����-"  �����'  H  ."�� i  Committee will Confer With Board  of Trade Committee!  A meeting of the Greenwood Progressive Association was held on Wednesday afternoon with the president  Dr. J. E. Spankie in the chair. There  was a larg-e attendance. Among those  present were C. A. Dempsej', S. Barry  Yuill, E. T. Wickwire, Aid. Bunting,  J. R. Brown, Aid. Gulley, J. L. White,  G. B. Taylor, M. E. Frazee, A. G. Davis, Julius Ehrlich, J. J. Caulfield, S.  Grierson, C. H. Fair, C. R. Pittock, E.  Jacobs, D. C. McRae. Geo, R. Naden,  J. P. Myers Grey, C. W. Wilson, Fred.  M. Elkins, W. M. Law, and H. Evans.  It was decided to fix the initiation fee  to the association at $2.50 and quarterly due at $1. The executive committee  waB authorized to draft.a constitution  and by-laws and submit at the next  meeting of the association.  Messrs H. F. Mytton, Duncan Ross  and secretary Gaunce were present as  a. committee from the Board of Trade.  The matter of amalgamation of the  tw.o bodies was discussed pro and con  at length" The weight of argument  was in favor of all working under the  ���charter of the Board of Trade but several reformations would have to be  made in connection with the board  such as a reduction in initiation fees  and dues before the organization would  be favorably considered by the member  of the Progressive Association. Finally a committee was appointed to confer 'with"the liomttiitt-ee'bf the'BbarcVdf  Trade to consider a plan satisfactory  to both organizi'i'tis The committee  are Dr. Spankie, Aid. Gulley and J. L.  White. They will report to a meeting  held in the city hall Wednesday after-  q$0n naxt to which time the meeting  was adjouned.  MINING NOTES.  What district can beat Green wood'a  record as a high grade camp? The  car of ore shipped from the Lancashire  Fraction which is bein& worked under  leas; and bond by B. N. Fattlkeuer,  Shorey Heyden, T. Stewart and D.  Vicar was extracted while a shaft was  being sunk���the most expensive way  to get out ore. After all expenses of  mining, hauling, freight and treatment, preparatory work 'amounting  to $700 and  ten per cent to C. R. Pit-  STbARRY YUILL  tock and other owners was paid there  remains a clear gain of 51,027.50. The  claim has been worked for about two  months and there is considerable  similar ore in sight  Word comes from New York that the  B. C. Copper company's stock has  jumped from $4 to S8.50 during the  last few days. When it is considered  that an extraordinary general .meeting  of the company will be held shortly  for the purpose of adding $750,000 to  the capital of the company, the increased price quoted is most gratifying. Should the shares remain at this  tigtirc, the sale of the new issue would  give the company over, one million  and a quarter for increasing the  smelting plant building, converters  ana refineries and purchasing new-  mines. If is understood that the mine  which the company expects to purchase is the Big Copper. The owners  Geo. B. McAulay and. John Moran arc  now in New York to discuss the rale  at the general meeting. Considerable  work was done on the Big Copper last  year under the supervision of Mr.  Moran. Mining men who visited the  property since this work was done are  unanimously of the opinion that the  Big Copper has easily one of the biggest and best copper showings in the  district. The reported price- of the  property is 5100,000.  Messrs. Archie'Connors and Donald  Mclnnes have run into a promising  body of copper ore on the Summit mineral claim, in Summit camp, about a  mile west of the Oro Denoro'. After  running an open cut 20 feet into the  side of the hill they commenced tunneling. For 40 feet the tunnel passed  through ledge matter, and then entered  an ore shoot which now shows -four  feet in thickness and the tunnel not  yet through'it'.' The ore carries small  values in gold aud silver as well as the  copper. 'Mclnnes has a bond on W. J.  Corbett's interest in this property, and  Connors has been . prospecting it  lately. Connors and Corbett did a  deal of prospecting on the claim during several years, but they did not  meet with a permanent shoot cf ore,  although bunches of good ore were oc-  cassionally encountered.  Mr. R. P. Williams, agent at Greenwood for- the Jenckes Machine  company, has sold a power plant to  Dr. Wells, of the Columbia University  School of Mines, New York, fcr use iii  prospecting the Morning Star, in Fair-  view camp, Okanagan. This property  was recently bonded by outside parties  from S. Mangott, of Fairview, and at  the time the transaction was made  public it was stated that it was intended to sink 300 feet on the claim. The  plant now purchased consists of a 30-  horse power vertical boiler, 6 bv 8 Bacon hoist, No. 5 Cameron sinking pump  of plunger pattern, ropes, buckets, cars  pipes and all necessary accompaniments. Mr. M. IJ. Parcel I. a mining  man well-known in the Kossland district, is in charge ��.f the development  work, which is now in progress at the  mine.  PKACTICAL       VATCH.MAKKR        AND  JEWELLER.  AH work guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  Provincial Government Agent W. G.  McMynn. (ireeuwood, has Jet a contract to Max Ktintz and Geo. Chisholin  for the supply nf a number of lir and  cedar piles required to protect the batik  of the North Fork of Kettle River at  the bridge near Neil Hardy's pre- emp-  tion, and Road Foreman George Find-  lay has taken a gang of men over :.u  drive the piles  and   do  other   work   at  Church of England  Feb. Sexagesima Sunday. 8. ;>. m  Holy Communion. 11 a. in. Katiu-.  j 12 a. m. Holy Communion and address.  | 2.30 p. m. Children's service. 7 p. m.  I evensong and sermon. Subject: Suf-  i fering aud the pai.i of the world.  'j'!:,- i.-i-is- .-."���:-..-'fiii;; curling contest .if  lile sea mii; w:is n!;iy -.'i ������:! Tui sci;i y  evo:iin;.r. J . .1. Cuiiu/Id c!ial!t'vgi:il I.  A. Kiisseii. (.'. mllicid's team to comprise men who never curled a .stone  and Russell to hav_- tlie pick of the  curling rink. The match was for a  magtiiiieriil tin trophy ninnufactured  by Jim McLean of the Kus.-;el!-L.lw-  Caiiliield company. Catilficld's rink  tvere Geo. Harbour lead, J. A. McLean,  D. A. MeKeii/io and J. J. Caulfield  skip. Russell's : J. S. Birnie lead,  P. F. Ki-.ieliimi, C. E. Merritt and J.  A. Ktisscll skip.  LA>r the first two ends the know  nothings scored but as they began to  acquire ;i knowledge of the game luck  left them and Hie more experienced  players had an easy victory. The  score was 21 to 2.  The game afforded plenty of eyciie-  lnent and amusement.  ���l-i r.r--v  Jf.E g g^ f?\ spS      'A    'mail    '?3i ''*. p -��� c  i fc -atf y "W &a fei    fcL*\ Vff     ii| SSi ^ &, j:1   g & ���'�� EJ  LIMITED.  The great Hewet who ijiive a much  appreciated performance this Friday  evening will appear again at the Auditorium tomorrow (Saturday) night.  After the performances a free dance  will be given and prizes presented by  Prof. Hewet to the best waltzers.  BUNT1NC & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES'     FURNISHED     FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.   .  GREENWOOD, :   :   :   B. C.  E..W. BISHOP  STEAMFiTTING, -HOT  ��� *   WATER HEATING.  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar!!  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block, . Greenwood"  fi*?. ���*"��� fc^6 ^* .X*  X?' XZ^- .--** ,-���*  ,"-��� ���'*��� .": a^* l^* ^-- a^1 to'X  a** I*i S* S* S' f> lv >}���������*' S* S* r�� ��i 3*< J"  I;   Irli^f   jFil���\  I        )  ���-AND-  For   Your     Sweetheart   or  Wife.  II. A. RIG & Co.,  COPPER STREET.  Jt jit jt jjt Jt Jt J,t JA jt jt Jt ..it Jt JS5 Jt J$ ,ft  <"W��:.��>.:��:~:��:-:��>c-:"X��x��:"����:��:"M"!  3  VA J !  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  If SKATES SHARPENED.  J PAINTING AND  I    ��� SIGN WORK.  ! Copper SI.    (Ireeuwood.  ���Wv"X"X~x~X"X"X~X"X*>:��:"X��'X  Do you use BKie Ribii on Te-n  ! GOSV. Colli* !  ',.                     " '���'  ,:. Well  heated   ro./ii..>   lit liiijUtira.e <���  ';* ]>ri.-.'s.      A'si.     :lrst   <:lass   board X  *         TIM-   SV.'AYNL   HOUSE %  'I-                                Silver  Street. *���'  .-,                                          (:>rc-enwoo(\ .;.  ^..^������;��.*^..;..*��.;..t~.;��.t"!��'X����X"t"X**t*'X**t4��t**>  '���*^^i*.VJI.'N.-jr?wrj/,^,''. ;.^.j^[-.V     r, .v, r������i.o.  Store Wiiere Goods  Prices  Always Risrfet  ^m^iTmmmmwmwTmw^mv  <j=*  Cr*  CJ=*  (r*  (r*  Cr*  0=*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  <r*  Cr*  CF*  �� ��  I?      !������ !;��� v  A 1   ,k   V-   iii  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  liPSl  ;>5>  ^,8.000.000. @��  Branches in London, Eng. 'iauJ'";,,1'';^;!^,.' New torn, Chicago. ^  ]jiiy  and sell Slerliny Exchange and C.ib'.t.1 'Ixr.insf-irs : (luini I'oiuniorci.'tl an       'Se-O  Travellers' Credits, available in ar.v pan of tho world. \ix=P  Greenwood Branch,   ' F. j. FINUCANE, Manager. '0  President.    Lokij Stbatiicona anii Mount  Kdvai..  Vice-Prosiilciil:    XIox. ('.i-;ei:^^i; A. Ui-itmmoxi..  fieneral  Maunder :    E. S   Ci.m'ST.ix.  TiMmMMMMmMMMmPMmMmmmmK  IL i liiuil/ii'ii\ Krii>i!i m ;  UiiJuijjIIvJj  s&  VS.  ���.3WTCC.74SC: w ��;r:  :l\j  m  With Which is Incorcoratcd [����  BE BANK OF BRITiSB COLUMBIA.   I  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, %  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      ^est, $2,500,000 %  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. Genera! Manager    ^  IRYF. MYTTON      H  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.   5g  P. O, BOX 296.  'PHONIC 179  ��� 3. lUclUlIIai!. f go,t  WHOLESALE GROCEKS AND Li-rENTS FOK  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS  ""-���-������--- ":������----"���---    %rands:""'"'"---------------------  MONOGRAM,     MARGUERITA.     BOOUET,    OUR SPECIAL  EL- JUSTIELO,   EL CONDOR,   SARANTI/.ADGS. SCHILLER  Corner  Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver. '3.  C.  �� Si 9 9 Hi 9 9 9 Si * �� �� & �� * ��SK # 99 * 9 * W �� * SI ?��:1-::' ff *���*&;:���#���&&% ������,���$?,��� It #���}%���? 9&-&r.\&  9 -A-  Is now in full swiu^*.     Try our *  BULK  OYSTERS. I  liuported by us dirccl   I'nun   Ilu-   ln-ds.     St n't."'.!������.    frcsli      ij1  and nf "ood qunlitv. '���>.  P    ^pfrrc; &  (pa  viU*��SfSfSiSi��<f��etsf��S(��*S(i!fS!'��S'Si'ft��S!*:SSS:^wi:-':'T:f��.-i:M:H:-s;:- ��Sii:;-:- * a*;.'si*��-ft  ���:������:->���:��:-:  M��MkT4>>iM<h>O.X*V>.XmX<>X< :.��� ���  m      wWv-'��   -   ���'���'^ "���������      i'-'K^  1b      W^^ is3i^.:K;-5   '���        '\"itk  .. : r.-> W: V.)  DEALERS IN  1 FURN  COPPLK  ST KEF.  ; \\iyv \  \A -   1- k ""i   i     A J.    a  LINOLEUMS. FTC.  ""���.'.  I  :l  .!��� " Page 6  THE   BOUh )AY CREEK   TIMljS  ���x-:*'��:->x��x��:":":"X"X"X"X-��,:"?'''  .    ;:     ii'.'.-.-n '*    uxj!'..:;     :;o:ri'.j- ;-.-  Y. uunecs.    *��u    That is our X  y     T  Y ^ X  X business.  J?�� Don't wait �����  ���!��� v  ���!��� until   your   watch  i>"ets y  y t  ���!���       "'"    ���_ ���,���  f. go.     Have    it  cleaned. *!*  %  '" |  J A, LOGANUCO. |  :*. *  >! Watchmaker %  ��� and Jeweller. ��i  A ���!���  | GREENWOOD, B.   C. |  {' ���:���  *rKHXwXwX"KKK*M*HMX',**',*M"J"J,H'  .* J* jt ^ ���� Jt ��it jt jt,��.jt jt jt jt .��* ..��t <  J. A. ZELLER,    Prop.  Comfortable rooms by day o>  month.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  Board   tjifl Rco;i;  i/Tt 'fit trcc/nth  $25,(10.  *-* j? jf je jf a? jpij? jp ji* *? jf j? :e ��? j?- jci  Connections with  Western Union Teleeraph Company-  122,00(1 offices in TJ.S.A.l   AND   Great North-Western of Canada-  [2,00 offices in Canada.]  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.  J. C. HIJLM, Office Manager, Greenwood, B.C  T1SI.KPII0XE no. 12.  Thorough Instruction  Careful Training  Vigilant Oversight  Ideal Location  Experienced Teachers  Refining    Influences  Homelike in Character  P.O. M 1026.  ���^rsjeg^JTJWtfTi  I-ocp.I and Personal.  n  f^TOglAm!1Llf^.ll'mJ^.���^l -~.t.��^o^myp^^"B7*^  ., .>i)n...-.��.....u.i.,��,..��.,,.  ; I;.:-.)  '��    (S  >'���'!'.;.  .���.'r'-;!s :<;--i  t.. <::.*  11117  "'.  .���!>..! V  ti'i-; V-;  '.���it.  iiikitis ii Hodges have been appoint  ed official  brokers   for    the   Ashnola  Smelter, Ltd. ���  Jeffrey Hatnmur. P. Hums & Co.'s  manag-er at Grand Forks was in the  city this week.  D. R. Young- manager of the Ashnola Coal and Smelter comp.uiy was  in the citv this week.  Geo. F. Dougherty president of the  District Federation of Miners, was in  Nelson on official business this week.  Herbert Holmes has returned to the  city after spending nearly two years  fighting- for king and country in South  Africa.  B. V. Renger U. S, customs collector  at Chesaw, was here this week accom-  uanied by Mrs. Reuger and Mrs Ash  of Minnesota.  Mayor Smailes returned from the  coast on- Saturday. He was met at  the station by a number of his supporters and the citizens band.  Rev. F. W. Graham of Nelson held  services in St. Ju ie's church on Sunday. Rev. W, A. Robins occupied Mr.  Graha 3 's pulpit on Nelson.  James D. Sword M. E. has returned  from Central Idan 1. There are some  promising mining- properties there but  little capita] forthcoming" to develop  teem.  P. L. Naismith, general manag-er  of the Lethbrig-e Coal company, was  in the city this week accompanied by.  W. P. Tierney the company's general  agent.  J. A. Macdonald the Rossland barrister was here over Sunday. He is  representing- the Greenwood Electric  company in its case against the Water-  ous Engine company.  C. W. Chesterton of the Bank of  Montreal staff who was recently with  the Vancouver branch was visiting  friends here this week. He has been  transferred to the Lethbridge branch.  Miss L. Rainey left for her home in  Moscow, Idahof-on Tuesday "last "to  visit her mother who has been in poor  health the greater part of the winter.  Miss Rainey will return to Greenwood  in the course of three or four weeks.  The License board for the Jioundary  Creek License district has been reap  pointed, the members being E. Jacobs,  Greenwood, H. B, Cannon Grand Forks  and W. B. Townsend J. P. Rossland.  J. A. Dinsmore was also reappointed  Chief License Inspector.  The warehouse of Geo. H. Cropley  flour and feed merchant collapsed on  Sunday even'rig from the weight of  suow on the roof. The only damage  was to the building, as the goods  stored there were removed to another  warehouse without loss, Mr. Cropley  will rebuild at once.  1  . CI  0  9  m M&wwm  ���'���//,  A>  ���^-rrTfm'C rw^va^rr.r  j#  >tt  ���f'-4     v!Y  @!  I  ft V s I  i  -   ������#  ���^^     ,  4.     A ri  See Our Men's  Tweed Suits  ror�� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  ���BOOM  iiReplar/Price  $12.00 and  . . ��� *n .,$15-00,  They Dined Mr. Parrish.  Continued from first page.  Eholt, the metropolis of the Boundary,  expressed regret at Mr. Parrish's departure and appreciation of his many  estimable qualities.  Duncan Mcintosh said Mr. Parrish  had made the B. C. a dividend payer j  and he could if anyone could, make the  Le Roi a dividend payer. In doing so  he would do more for the Boundary  and mining than he could here. For  that reason he was glad to see Mr.  Parrish go.  W. M. Law was pleased at the hopefulness expressed and the unanimity  that existed. He believed the country  would turn out all right and he applauded those who had sufficient confidence to put their money in it.  W. G. H. Belt congratulated Rossland upon securing a Boundary man  who would show them the way out of  the woods.  R. H. Anderson foreman at the B.  C. on behalf of himself and the mes  referred to the genuine regret expressed at the mine at Mr. Parrish's  departure. He had been with him for  three years and no man could have a  better manager.  E. W. Monk and H. P. Dickenson  representing the Hamilton and Giant  Powder company, spoke briefly.  During the   evening    songs . were  snog by A.M. Whiteside, A. H. Laud's", E. J. Wilson, F. J. Finucane, Dr.  Foster and S. F. Parrish. Mr. Monk,  recited two of Dr. Drummond's "ha.tktj  tant" poems. Auld Lang Syne arid'  the National Anthem, brought a delightful banquet to n close at midnight. ���,^  W. P. Tierney who is contractor for  the C. P. R. spur lines was in the eity  this week. He stated that work would(  be commenced on the Morrison spur  just as soon as the weather would  moderate. The Morrison has closed a  contract with the Sunset smelter to  ship 100 tons a day. Shipments to  commence not later than Mav 1st.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  11  -GOTO THK-  A, C, DAVIES,   ���   Manager,  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  li  PORTMAN   8r PORTMAN  __,_. ,_���. __ -  ^-Proprietors  ASK FOR  i t  \  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops. Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  In  new and  second han  Furniture.     Come and  see  goods and get.prices.  A. L.WHITE & CO.  COPPER STREET,  ^i>^<��4K^  ->����3  S. F. Parrish the new general manager of the Le Roi mining company  left on Tuesday for Rossland. He expects to return in the course of a week.  Work at the B. C. mine will be con- j  tinued fora few months when the property in all probability will be closed  down temporarily.  Albert I. Goodell returned on Friday  last from a visit to Montreal where   he  discussed smelter plans with the  man- I  agement   of   the  Montreal   &  Boston )  Copper company.    He  returned   home !  ready to put into  execution  plans for i  increasing the capacity' of the smelter I  and adding a  converter.    The Sunaet \  smelter has made money ever since Mr. -1  Goodell took charge and   the company ;  are anxious to increase  the  plant  as  quickly as pssible. '  ��  4  itig up  A  .WHEN YOU WANT.  999  ^  That is printing. When jou want cheap nasty printing  send east for it. Our stock and work is always the best;  our prices are reasonable. The office now" has power  presses and everything necessary for good work and  prompt delivery. We pay the highest wages and get the  best workmen.  The cBottndary Creek Times.  A  |M|Kf-f)-Cfnf'CfKf'(|

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