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 ssr  m  ,v  Ug��  0�����13  Legislature  |19Q3     Library  V��rOR|A  Vol. 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9 lc>04.  No. 15  /A/ BUYING YOUR XMAS PRESENTS SHOW A PREFERENCE TO THOSE ADVERTISING IN YOUR HOME PAPER  THE BIG  STORE  ���COMPANY, LTD.-  THE BIG  STORE  Presorts*  A   FEW   PRACTICAL  SUGGESTIONS  VOUR FRIENDS WILL APPRECIATE SOMETHING USEFUL, AS WELL  Is ATTRACTIVE   YOU WILL APPRECIATE SOME OF OUR PRICES.  Dressing Gowns and Kimons  Some beautiful   garments in various   colored  Eiderdown.    Also in goods of lighter weight.  1 Hand Satchels  Silk Waists  Black, white and popular colors,  sortment to choose from.  A good as-  As-iorted sizes, colors and styles,  requires one.  Umbrella Shawls  Every lady  BRIGHT  FUTURE  Possibilities of Local Mining Illimitable.  Shetland Floss  with Ice  Wool mixture,  other styles of shawls, fascinators, etc.  Also  'Gloves  White and colored kid, dressed  or undressed���all sizes. White  and black silk.  Furs  Sable, Stone Martin, Thibet,  etc. Anything not in stock  can be procured in two weeks  time.  Battenburg Table Covers  and Dresser Scarfs.  Silk Embroidered Piano Drapers and  Table Covers.  Linen Embroidered Pillow Shams.  Please Your Gentlemen  Friends.  HOW?  OH I Just get them what you  know they require, viz. Kneck-  ties, Gloves, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Cuff r,inks,  a handsome suitcase or umbrella.  Children's Coats  Eiderdown     and     Bearskin.  Comfortable    and   serviceabl '  for the little tots.  Ladies Belts and  Neckwear  Up-to-date designs in great  profusion.- See the "Crush"  belt. Also novelties in lace  Collars.  Ladies' and Children's Overshoes  All sizes in high arid low overshoes, combinations, etc.    A sensible and comfortable gift.  Boys' Suits  "Lion  Brand"  with double seats and   double  knees.   Wear, fit and look well.  Groceries  A clean, fresh, well assorted stock of Christmas  groceries. Cranberries, Fruit, etc. Twelve  varieties of Apples. Novelties in China, Crockery and Glassware.  Hardware  Skylark and Bay Have Become Resru  iar Shippers.  BOUGHT  GOLDFINCH  Mark F. Madden of Chicago  Increases  Li  Four Distinct Ledges! Outcrop on the  Surface.  Rogers 1847 Silverware.  An excellent line of Skates.  Carvers, and other Cutlery.  Some new ideas in Bronze and Nickel Trays.  r*  COMPANY,    LIMITED.  WI  DESIRE TO THANK OUR MANY PATRONS FOR  THE-PLEASANT^BUSINESS^gE HAVE^ENJQYED-JEL  THE PAST YEAR AND ALSO TO SOLICIT A CON^  TINUANGE I OF SAME DURING THE COMING YEAR  EACH DEPARTMENT.'\i OVERFLOWING AND WE  TRUST TO BE ABLE TO GIVE YOU BETTER SATIS/  FACTION DURING THE YEAR 1905, ���  ! Groceries  Our Groceries are always fresh as  the volume of business we transact in  this department necessarily keeps them  so. In buying your Christmas Grocer/  ies ?ou will make no mistake in order/  ing from us.  Gent's  Furnishings  For appropriate Christmas Presents  we are showing some very neat things  in Initialed and Plain Silk Handkerchiefs  from 35c to $1.00. Fancy Suspenders  from 25c to $1.00. A swell line of Neck/  wear.      We carry everything for men,  HARDWARE AND CROCKERY  Carving Sets in Plush Cases, any of which will make a handsome  Christmas present, prices from $2.50 to $10,00, Also a full line  of Boker's Skates from 75 cents up, Hockey Skates, etc, etc.  Besides our regular line of Crockery, which is complete in every  particular���being the best assorted line in the city, we have im/  ported a very fine line of China direct from manufacturers, 5  o'clock Tea Sets from $3,00 to $5.00,    Berry Sets, Chocolate Pots.  I GREENWOOD'S GREATEST STORE \  Pfimuuuiiiiiuiumum  A tour of high grade properties in  the south belt will tend to convince the  most skeptical in regard to the possibilities of the camp. The Times man  was deeply impressed after a recent  hurried inspection of the bonanzas on  the east side of Twin creek. If the  same high grade ore existed in an American camp, capital would be competing for investments and people would  be flocking in by the thousand.  The Bay claim where a phenomenal  strike of free gold was made a few  weeks ago, will ship another carload of  high grade ore within a fornight. Fifteen tons are now on the dump and  specimens picked up at random fairly  glistened with the yellow metal. H. V.  Fuller and F. K Hall are working on  a bond and lease. They are part  owners, the other interest being held  by David Manchester.  A tunnel on the vein was run thirty  feet in pay ore. From the face an incline shaft sunk on the lead extends to  a depth of forty feet. In places the  vein is five feet between the walls,"the  high giade pay streak averaging fourteen inches in width. Stoping is now  ii progress fourteen feet below the  tunnel level. The entire lead carries  values. The gangue is composed of  quartz, iron pyrites and plainly shows  the free gold and tellurides. Last June  20 sacks of ore treated at the Trail  smelter averaged $97 per ton. The last  shipment of 19 tons shipped to the  Greenwood smelter on Oct. 13th gave a  gross return of $1213.90 or $7' .76 per  ton.  Midway between the Bay and Skylark is the Silver Cloud, consisting of  about forty acres. Development work  "ii~-^be r^umied^hof tly"by"AV~ Robinson, C. Johnson, J. McCreath, and F.  A. Smith who acquired a bond from  the owners last July. An incline shaft  on the lead extends to a depth of 52  feet. Seventy feet of drifting north  and south on the vein was done on the  30 fnot level. The lead varies from  eight to twelve inches in width, the  principal values being in silver.  Thirty-five Ions of ore were shipped  during the past season. The first class  grade ran $113 per ton, exclusive of  the lead values. The second class ore  netted $18-per ton. The gangue consists of quartz carrying galena, anti-  monial silver and grey copper.  The Silver King, an adjoining property, has the same lead, which has  been extensively opened up in various  places It is under bond to Joe Trainer  and associates.  G. W. Cornish is doing a lot of prospecting on tne Hope No. 2, an adjoining property. Thus far he has opened  up a 14-foot ledge of arsenical iron and  which promises scon to lead to good  values. By means of a series of open  cuts he has practically traced the Silver Cloud and Silver King lead into  the Hope No. 2.  Great activity prevails at the Skylark mine, farther up the hill. Eleven  men, working in two shifts, are employed. Although operations were resumed only two months ago, two car  loads of ore have been shipped to the  Granby smelter. The first shipment,  said to consist of second class ore gave  5107.25 per ton in silver and gold in  the order named. The second car,  representing third class ore, is said to  have yielded 550 per ton. A third shipment, consisting of first class ore will  be made next week.  The Skylark is said to contain  large  ore reserves.     The development con  sists of a  120-foot   incline shaft  sunk  on the lead.    There are two levels,  C. W. H. Sansotn of this city, has  sold a seven-eighths interest in the  Goldfinch mine to Mark F. Madden,  the Chicago banker who is already interested in the Providence. The deal  was concluded this week. Details are  withheld for the present. It is understood that Mr. Madden, who was represented by an agent in the recent  negotiations, will start development  on the Goldfinch immediately. This  means a substantial addition to- the  local pay roll.  This we'l known property will soon  enter the shipping list. The amount  expended in development is estimated  at about $13,000, of which the late  owner, Mr. Sansom, contributed 55,000..  The Goldfinch is situated on the  south side of Twin Creek, near the  E. P. U.; and within a short distance  of the city limits.- It oossesses four  well defined true fissure veins, all of  which can easily be developed by a  series of tunnels. The outcrops are  especially noticeable inthe'gulch. On  one vein a shaft was sunk to the depth  of 125 feet. There is an 80 foot tunnel  on No. 1 vein. In the face the distance  uetween walls is over six feet, three  distinct pay-streaks being visible.  The impression prevails that these pay  streaks will ultimately be found to  unite after the tunnel shall have been  driven farther into the mountain. No.  2 ledge has not been opened up yet. It  outcrops on the bank of the creek some  little distance away.  No. 3 ledge has undergone the most  development. A cut runs in on the  vein for 100 feet. From this working  a large quantity of rich ore was extracted,      Below   this   open   cut   and  lower down the mountain there is a  drift on the ledge, gaining a depth of  25 feet. From the floor of this drift a  shaft was sunk 100 feet. It followed  the dip of the vein and intersected another ledge at the thirty foot level.  No. 4 vein is about forty feet from  the south boundary of the claim. It  can be traced on the surface for a long  distance. In a -15 foot shaft the vein  is clearly defined, free gold being visible. Three of the ledges run north  and south and dip to the east twenty .  degrees from the vertical, aud consequently at this angle will remain with  in the limits of the property. The  same conditions apply in regard to the  east and west ledges which dip south  at an angle of 40 degrees. It is estimated that tunnels run froiii Twin  creek will gain 1000 feet depth before  reaching  the south end of the claim.  Two carloads of ore I reatcd at the  Trail smelter gave returns of S100 to  the ton in gold and substantial values  in silver. Picked specimens yielded  high assays.  Mr. Sansom owned the property for  nine years. Certain circumstances, he  said, had compelled him to sell his  holdings. He feels confident that the  Goldfinch will soon be one of the  wonders of the camp.  Fancy cl.ina in great variety ai bargains that are bargains ���Smith &  McRae.  AN UP-TO-DATE PAINTER.  S. A. Grierson, house, sign and ornamental painter aud paperhanger, has  removed from building opposite court  house to the old post office, Government street. He is fitting up his new  quarters in artistic style. He carries  a large stock of wall paper of the  latest design. Mr. Grierson advertises  in the Times and is worthy of public  patronage.  P BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES.  MUNROES  SUSPEND  Well Known Mining Brokers in Difficulties.  TOWN TOPICS  Does Not  Affect the  Montreal and  Boston-  Copper stocks had a tumble on  Wall  street, New York, yesterday  and some  people were hurt  including  the  well  known firm of Munro  &  Munro.    It  wan another   instance   of   too   much  frenzied finance.    During the past two  weeks Amalgamated Copper, Montreal  & Boston and B C  Copper  stock went  a-soaring.    The enemies  of Amalgamated  Copper got their innings' and  the stock  came down  bringing Montreal & Boston and B  C  Copper down  with  it..   Munroe & Munroe, to  whom  credit must be  given   for having so  successfully floated  the Montreal and  Boston Consolidated, got hurt so badly  in the lightning change that they were  forced to temporarily  suspend.     This  suspension  does not effect the  Montreal and Boston  company.     The underwriting syndicate who are subscribing the capital will meet  all demands.  The money necessary to meet payment  on   the bonds,  to operate the various  mines and smelter is allavailable. The  operations of the company will be continued as if nothing had  happened on  Wall street.     The second furnace will  be blown in at the smelter about the  fifteenth of the  present month.    The  company  is doing remarkably well at  the present time.   The ore which is being treated it, yielding more than average values and  the properties ofthe  company  are being put  into   perfect  shipping condition.  The many friends of Munroe & Mun-  roa in the Boundary will be glad- to  learn that their suspension is only  temporarily. All admired their enterprise and pluck in connection with  their investments here. It is therefore  gratifying to know that their firm has  already been reorganized under the  old name and they are already doing  bhsiness at the same old stand.  With 15 cent copper in sight, copper  shares took a phenomenal jump The  stock of the British Columbia Copper  Co, owning the Mother Lode mine and  the local smelter, increased in value  from $3 to $7.50 a share since August  30 The company is incorporated for  -two million idol]ars" in1-55^sharesrbut  only 300,000 shares are issued. A  statement given out in New York says:  "The British Columbia Copper company for the first 10 months of the  present year produced 4,122,864 pounds  of copper and the output for November  and December will average 689,000  pounds for each month. Two furnaces  are in operation and within eight  months the two new 600 ton furnaces  will be in operation, which will give  the company a total capacity of 1000  tons of ore every 24 hours. The converter plant recently installed has sufficient capacity to treat the output of  seven furnaces. After the outlined  improvements are completed the management expects to be able to produce  1,200,000 pounds of copper per month  without counting the by products of  gold and silver. There is flue dust on  hand at the present time valued at  $75,000, which will be smelted as soon  as it can be briquetted."  The Montreal and Boston Consolidated Copper Co., owning the Boundary Falls smelter and various mines  is also attracting public attention. Its  shares quoted at 75 cents last month,  were selling at 33 3-8 on the New York  curb. The capital stock is $7,000,000  of which $6,500,000 has been issued.  The local K. of P's will give a ball  in Masonic hall on  Monday, Jan. 2nd.  There was an enjoyable and success  ful masquerade ball in Miller's hall  Thursday night.  Ernest Levy, manager of Lc Roi No.  2, Rossland, was here this week in  regard to ore shipments to the local  smelter.  Willis M. Case, jr., representing the  Denver Fire Clay Co , Denver, Col.,  was a visitor here this week and  stopped at the Imperial.  In i,\.r elegant stock of fancy goods,,  doll.*, toys, etc., we have bargains that  will bring you back again and again.  -Smith & McRae.  A through passenger service between  Spokane and Phoenix will be inagur-  ated by the Great Northern early in  the New Year. A stub tiain will then  run between Grand Forks and Republic.  Jack Oliver, son of Sid Oliver, sustained serious injuries in a mix-up  with a runaway horse last Saturday.  He was kicked in the stomach and one  wheel passed over his body. He is  being attended to by Dr. Oppenheimer.  O. Schmidt, a miner employed at the  Mother Lode mine, met with a painful  accident Monday. He was knocked  down by an ore ca*\ the wheels passing  over his left leg, fracturing it in two  places below the knee. He was removed to the hospital. Dr. Oppenheimer is in attendance.  Col. Ridpath and H. J. Cole, of Spokane were visitors here early in the  week. Their mission here was in connection with a deal for the sale of the  Nellie Cotton and Mystic group of  claims in Skylark camp. Mr. Cole,  who is land commissioner at Spokane  jointly owns the properties with James  Sutherland of this city. The negotiations for the sale ;ire being conducted  by Col. Ridpath, who amassed a fortune out of the Le Roi mine. The  Col. received a hearty welcome from  his numerous friends in Greenwood.  He expressed surprise at the extensive  expansion of the Boundary Mining  industry since his last visit and predicted the investment of large capital  in this camp at an early date. Before  returning to Spokane Col. Ridpath  visited several properties. '-You have  the ore and all you need is the capital  to make your camp a world-beater"  was the pointed way in whicli the Col.  sized'up the local mining situation.  Union  Meat Market.  ����ToIlowitid Sbipments 3ust In.  fresb  Smoked  and Salted  &bidien$ * and * Ducks  T, P. FLOOD,  f*~^~\  f  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Wholesale Dealers  in  Choicest Brands  of  Wines.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "Strathmore," "Callao, and "Nelson" Mineral  Claims situate in the.Greenwood Mining  Divisio of Yale District. .Where located:  In Providence Camp, near to the Defiance  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Elizabeth Galloway,  of Greenwood aforesald,Free Mlner'sCertlficate  NO.H8575G, intend.slxty days from the date hereof, to apply lo theMinitig Recorder for a Certificate of Improvjincnts. for the purpose of ob  taining Crown Grams ou the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must, be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this-16th day of September, A.D. 1TO4.  EDIZABETH GALLOWAY.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  .NOTICE.  "Paymaster" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District. Where located: ' Near Beaverdall.  West Fork Kettle River.  '"PAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, Free  1-. Miner's Certificate No. B8541S, Intend,  sixty days from the date hereof :.to apply to th*  Mining Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  ���And further, take, notice that.action, under  section 38, must be commenced before the issuance qf such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of August, A. D., 1904.  ������'-    '.��������� ���       .: ���   'i V   (ROBERT WOOD.  Liquors  Sole Boundary  Agents For  and  pabst[|��  Brewing B��)  COMPANY'S  CELEBRATED  MILWAUKEE  Cigars.  Drink Iron Brew  The Ideal Drink  LAGER  BEER  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  �� ���������-- *. g  DEAL FOR B. C. MINE.  A TIMELY SUGGESTION  The medical officer of health wishes  to draw public attention to the advisability of boiling- all water to be used  for drinking- purposes. The wells and  spring's, owing- to protracted dry weather, are very low and thete is a possi  bility of typhoid fever becoming- more  prevalent.  HOUSES TO RENT  Two furnished or unfurnished houses  centrally located.     Apply  to Mrs. F  W. Hart, corner Deadwood and Copper  ���treets, city.  Famous Property May Jbe  Acquired  by Former Employees.  It is learned ou g"ood authorty that  negotiations for the lease or purchase  of the B. C. mine in Summit camp are  in progress and promise to result satis-  factorily.^The^terms^have-not-been  made public. This well known property has a record of shipments of over  100,000 Ions but has been closed down  for two years.  The B. C. is owned by a Montreal  company, of which the leading shareholder is James Ross, the iron and  steel magnate. Although it was acquired at about $300,000 the ore shipments are understood to have paid for  the property aud netted very handsome  returns on the investment. The syndicate now negotiating for the B. C.  includes its former general manager  and engineer, S. F. Parrish, and his  assistant, R. H. Anderson. Both  gentlemen are well and favorably  known in the Boundary. Mr. Anderson reached here last week and received a warm welcome from his numerous  friends. The popular impression that  the ore reserves in the mine had been  exhausted is said to be quite erroneous.  Mr. Parrish, who subsequently assumed the management of the Le Roi at  Rossland, is credited with entertaining  every confidence in the ability of the  B. C. to make extensive shipments  with the expenditure of comparatively  small capital in development work.  The values are in copper, gold and  silver in the order named.  Mr. Parrish is now residing in  Salt  Lake, Utah.  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  FINANCIAL  S.  MINING AGENTS  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MKRIT   :PUR-  CHASED   OR   HEVBLOPEiD. l  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Bay-' Fractional Mineral Claim, sitnate in the  Greenwood Mining-". Division: of Yale District. Wherelocated: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Henry Puller, Free  Miuer's certificate No. B80586. acting for  self and as agent for David Manchester, Free  Miner's certificate No. B80S98,..and Frederick  Hall, Free Miner's certificate No. B80587, intend, sixtj; days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining recorder for a 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 such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 1st day of August A; D.. 1904,    '���'������  HENRY FCJLLER.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  vator- which ---will^carry���it-to*^a-^bin  above. From this bin the dust will be  fed into the biiquetting machine.  FIRE BOYS ENTERTAIN.  The first of a> series of progressive  whist parties, under the auspices of  the Greenwood tire brigade, was held  at the fire hall last Friday evening.  There were about thirty competitors  and everybodj- present had an enjoyable time. Jack McBain, who won  thirteen out of fourteen games, was  awarded *lie first prize, a beautiful  gunmetal cigarette case.     The  booby  prize.easily gravitated to Bert Logan,  "who" received numerous congratulations. It bore the significant inscription, ''I'm waiting for Babe". Supper  was served at midnight. The Green-;  wood orchestra rendered several selections in a very artistic'manner.  TO RICHARD   McCULLOCK or to any per-  Json or persons to whom he may have transferred his interest in the Rlondyke  and  Nortac mineral  claims   situated    in  the  Greenwood Mining-' Division of Yale district. '���   ���  ' ,'���'''  You are hereby notified that we have expended the sum of $400 in assessment' work on  the above clainis togetner with J10.00 for recording the same, such work being required  and necessary to the said claims for the years  1902-3, ending.August 2nd, i?03y under the provisions   f the Mineral Act aiid Amtnding Acts;  and if at the expiration of ninety days from the .  date of the first publication -of this notice in  tbe Boundary Creek Times, you fall or refuse  to contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely $153.75. together with all costs of adver-  tlsing. your  interest  in   said mineral claims!  shall become vested in us (your co-owners)upon  filing in the proper office in that behalf the affidavit required bv section 4 of the Mineral Act  Assessment Aat, 1900.  DatedthisXJod day of April, 1904.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  .    NOTICE ���������_;���;.  "VICEROY" Fraction Mining Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.     Where located:   In Deadwood  1\   camp.adjoining the No. 9Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I,' Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miners' Certificate No. It80515,  acting for self and as, agent for Charles H.  Tye, Free Miners'Certificate No.B85703; Pat  Hickey,'Free Miners' Certificate No. B80496,and  Duncan Mcintosh Free Miners' certificate No.  B85697,intend sixty days from the date hereof.to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  Ard futther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before^theJs-,-  suanceof suclrCertificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12tli day of August, A. D. 1904.  Sydney M.Johnson.  Biuks ��� The   Russian   fleet   hasn  scored a victory for a good while.  - Jinks���No, the weather  has  been so  bad  lately  that all   the fishing fleets  have had to stay in   the ��� harbor.���Oin-  cinnate Commercial-Tribune.  WILL MAKE BRIQUETTES  The British Columbia Copper Co. is  abcut to install a briquettinjr plant at  the local smelter. The foundations  hnve been completed and work on the  conveying belts, bins, etc., is being  rushed. The function of the briquet-  ting machine is to compress the flue  dust, containing high values, and  which are deposited in the flue dust  chamber. The flue dust will be taken  into a passageway beside the flue and  dumped into the boot of a bucket ele-  Corporation of the City of Greenwood;  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1895.  VOTERS' LISTS.  The following persons are entitled to have  tlieir sanies placed on the Voter's Lists for tlie  Municipal Elections for the year 1905, for  Mayor, Aldermen and School Trustees of the  City of Greenwood.  Any male or female, being a British subject  of the full age of twenty-one years wlio  a. Is the owner of real estate of the assessed  value of not less than one hundred dollars, or  b. Is the representative, being a resident  British subject duly authorized by the directors  of an incorporated company, which is the assessed owner of lands, or of improvements of  lands, situate within the municipality, or  c. Is the holder of a trades license, the annual fee of which is not less than five dollars,  or  d. Is a householder, who lias paid on or before the31si day of December iu the year im  mediately prior to the day of the nomination,  all municipal rates, taxes, assessment rentals,  and liceusi. fees, which are not chargeable on  "and, payable by him or her to th" Municipality.  Provided, however, lhat in the case Of the  holder of a trades license or in the case of a  householder, he or she shall, during the month  of December, in each year, make and cause to  be delivered to the City Clerka statuary declnr-  ation set out in Section 2 of ihe Municipal Elections Act Amendment Act 1902.  Forms of the said declaration may be obtain-  at the office of the City Clerk at the City HalU  Greenwood, B.C.  G. B. TAYLOR,  C. M. C  j^WfJlMMMm-  VICTORIA,B.C  Our Large Illustrated  CATALOGUE  Of 230' pages,   1568 illustrations  would  be a great help to you in  the selectif n (J juii  CHRISTMAS  PRESENTS  It fully describes thousands of  useful articles that everyone  appreciates ��� things th;'t will  last���a perpetual reminder ofthe  giver. Things that make home  brighter and  Send us your address���  mention this paper and we  will send you a copy by  return.  MINERAL, ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Springfield" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Geeenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:���In Beaver Creek  Camo.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for James Napier Paton, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B62156, and Ralph  Smales, Free Miner's Certificate No. BSS521,  intend, sixty dnys from the date hereof to  apply to the.Milling Recorder for a Certificate  of improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim;  And furtlier tnkp notice that action, under  Beaiinv ?.. mw|,  be "nmen'"��',f befo'��  the  ldstiancr of sueh i.otf i ��� -".to pf l>n|,ioveinevu.  Dated :his 3rd day of March. A. D., i<XM.  I. B. Hallett.  MINERAL ACT  ��� Certificate of Improvements.  NDTICH.  "Boston." ."St. Louis" and ".Toronto" Mineral  Claims,   situate  in the Greenwood Mining,  Division of Yale District.    Where located:  On Cranberry creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. A. E. Ashcroft, acting as agent for John N. Greden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B80547, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements  foi the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claims.  And further take  notice that action, under  section .~7,   must   be  commenced   before    the  issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of October, A. D., 1904.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  "COMAN IES ACT, 1897.  ���NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  Henry Nicholson h;is been appointed  the new Attorney in the Province of  British Columhia for the "Waterloo  Consolidated Mining and Milling Company."  Dated this 8th day of November, 1904  s. y:. WOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. Eu^-ffiMffiffi^  !"]  A  i I  BOUNDAHV    CREEK   TIMES.  I  ���w  1(  l&f  p  \  fi  'i  \  *.'���.*!  J  'M'  i)  r  Rich's Famous  "h^KS  Elastic  Instep  With or Without "Elastic Instep''  TH�� 0ENU1NE HAVE THE MAKE ON EVKBY B01S.  ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.  PRESENTS  from note to ��bri$tma$ the one absorbing topic will be  what shall we buy in the way of presents for Xmas.    Let us  suggest a few things to assist you.  Presents For Men  Presents for Cadies  ana Children  Material for dress, suit waist or  skirt in silk, crepe-de-chine, cashmere, flannel, mohair, cloth, etc.  Coats, Kimonas,  Raincoats,  Dressing-sacques,  Bath Robes,  Golf Vests,  Fascinators,  Knitted Shawls,  Hosiery, Garters,  Belts���fabric, leather and bead.  Silk Underskirts,  Girdles,  Stock collars,  Handkerchiefs,  Ribbons,  Fancy combs  Lace and  chiffon stoles  Gloves,  kid and knit,  Slippers,  Fur boas and  COMFORT HObf sets'  Suspenders,  Card cases,  Fur caps,  Umbrellas,  Purses,  Fine shoes.  Underwear,  Waistcoats,  Travelling Casss, Toilet sets,  Bath robes  Cravats  Collars,  Cuffs  Cuff buttons,  Dressing gowns  Gloves,  Golf-hose,  Hosiery,  Handkerchiefs,  Knit gloves,  Mufflers,  Night shirts,  Pajamas,  Scarfs.  Slippers,  Smoking jackets,  Shirts,  Suit cases,  Pictures,  Presents for  Ladies ^Children  Fur or fur-lined ���        ��  coats and caps  Fur Muffs,  Felt slippers.  Aprons,  Tablecloths,  Table napkins,  Five o'clock tea cover's  Tray cloths,  Doilies,  Centre pieces  Cushions,  Cushion tops,  Curtains,  Draperies,  Travelling cases .  Wrist bags,  Purses,  Card esses,  Suit cases,  Valises,  Grips,  Fans,  Shopping bags,  Photo frames. .  Fine shoes.-  Umbrellas.  RENDELL & CO.  -ORT HALFH05B        '  f&-"  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  1 TtfNMEL.  I       ANB STOPE  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  The pay roll of the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Co., last month amounted to  $132,000.  W. T�� Smith is directing   develop  ment work on the Republic group, below Boundary Falls.  ���.Frederic Keffer, M. E., general man,  agerof the B. C. Copper Co., recently  visited Rossland.  "^ih^CallimeTand"Hecia7a"Miciiigan'  copper proposition paid a dividend of  one million dollars on December 1st.  It is reported that Conrad Fernan,  M.E , has selected Frank in the Crow's  Nest Pass as the ��iiteof his proposed  zinc smelter.'  ' Richard Armstrong, an old. timer in  the Boundary, who has done so much  to direct American capital to this  camp, is expected from Chicago n<*xt  week. Mr. Armstrong is largely interested in the Helen and Barbara. He  will also visit the Lu France group  near Kootenay bake.  Six men are now employed at the  Oro Denoro mine in Summit camp.  The force is to be considerably increased at an ear'y date as the management proposes doing a great deal of  additional development work. Operations are being conducted under the  direction of S. L. Graham.  Prof. W. R. Brock of the Dominion  Geological survey has just concluded a  month's examination of the Snowshoe  mine, pending the proposed consolidation of that property with the Le Roi,  Centre'Star and War Eagle at Ross-  land. He was assisted in the work of  sampling, etc., by a dozen men. His  next duty will be to report <->n the  Rossland properties involved in the  proposed consolidation.  A London, Eng., syndicate has  bonded the Lottie F. group, located on  the west fork of Kettle river, 58 miles  from Midway. Assays from a 12 foot  lead are said to have yielded 30 per  cent, copper, two and one-half:ounces  of gold and 13 ounces of silver per ton.  The development consists of a 40 foot  shaft and numerous open cuts. The  group is owned by Wm. Fernie, James  Marshall, Alex. Strachan, G. W. Rumberger and J. B. Macaulay, all of  phoenix,  Smith Curtis, of Rossland, was at  the Imperial on Wednesday. Mr.  Curtis made the gratifying announcement that the Oro Denoro mine, of  which he is managing director, is not  only out of debt but 'possesses a handsome cash surplus in the treasury.  This successful condition of affairs is  ascribed to the returns from ore shipments. Mr. Curtis is also interested  in the Strathmore mine in the north  belt, near town. He says a 20 ton  shipment of high grade ore will be  made before the end of December.  lE.J.,-Wilson,_latte manager   of   the  erties in the group is considered to  represent some of the most promising  ground in this camp. A shipment of  high grade ore was made several years  ago. The values are in ,gold and  silver.  CUT FLOWERS FOR XMAS.  Mrs. Benard wishes to announce that  she can supply, in any quantity! Cut  Flowers for Xinas and New Years.  Parties desiring same should place  their order as early as possible, Call  up phone 31.  Northport smelter, was a guest at the  Imperial for sftv.eral days this weelc. ,  It is understood that he visited Greenwood in connection with the business  arid mining interests of his principals,.  Price Bros, of Quebec. Mr. Wilson,  who enjoys a high reputation as a  metallurgist, will shortly assume the  duties of manager of the Tampa Mining and Smelting Co. at Bingham,  Utah.  The  properties   of    theo Boundary  Creek Mining and Milling Co. on  the  west side of Boundary creek,  north of  town, are likely to   be acquired by  a  New York syndicate at an early  date. ���  This is the encouraging news received  this week by W. T. Smith from J. C. j  Haas, M.E-, who   is   conducting   the i  negotiations in Spokane.     Mr. Smith  and Mr. Haas banded   the group sev- i  eral months ago.   A number of prop-,  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C,  OOOO oooooooooooooooooooooo  RUST  4>  Stocks  REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire Assurance Co. of London, Eng.  Liverpool and London and  Globe Insurance Company.  The British  America Assurance Co., of Toronto.  The Caandian Birkbeck  In-vestment and Savings  Co.  L~  Real  st* * * ���*��� *,�������� * 4* ���*��� *���*��� ���* * 4r ���*��� * 4v* ^4��* ** 4*3?  *  GEORGE   R.   NADEN  MANAGER  36 ��f* <%><%* *f* *$��� ��$* *f* *f�� ���$��� ��f* *$��� ���?* *$"f* *f* *$�� *f�� *J"^"f* ���$*���$��� ^ *$* **  iiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  THEfAMAKRAMOF  With Which is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital $   8,700,000  Rest      3,000,000  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over     83,000,000  L��nd06n0��SardSt.E.C. New York Agency     ffmB.��er ! Agents.  16 EXCHANGE PLACE.  In addition the Bank has 107 branches and agencies in Canada and the United  States,]  including the following in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory.  ATLIN, GREENWOOD. NANAIMO. VANCOUVER,  CRANBROOK,       (KAMLOOPS. NELSON, VICTORIA,  DAWSON, LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER, WHITE HORSE,  E'ERNIE.  Brandies In the United States:  NEW YORK;  SAN FRANCISCO.   PORTLAND,  SEATTLE,  SKAGWAYj  Deposits received, exchange bought   and sold and every description of   banking (  bnsi^ess transacted, GREENWOOD  BRANCH, 1  W- ALLISON. Manager.  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up. $14,000,000.  Rest.  ..$10,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkokoe A. Drcmmond.  General Manager :   E. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ &$*h!nPrKa.} New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  )000000<HX>00000<X>0000000<HX>00<>0(XKK><>��KK><XX)000<><X>0^  PRESSED HAY FEED, OATS  | STRATHMORE TRADING GO.  5 _ DRAWER 551   I       CALGARY, ���        ALBERTA.  Dealers in BAILED HAY.   Best Quality  Prompt Shipment.   Lowest Prices.  Satisfaction Guaranteed.  WRITE   US   FOR   QUOTATIONS.  0��0��000����00<>00<>C'00��00<>0<?00000000��^  ���cm BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES.  \,\***\r#  * Get First  We offer you an exceptionally fine Christmas and Holiday Stock to select from. It is new  bright,, fresh and-clean. The prices are lower than ever before. There is-variety enoug-h to  please anybody and everybody. We want you to see our Holiday Selections whether you buy  anything or not, just come and look them over, and if you do not then want to buy (though we"  think you will) you will at least be able to tell your friends what.nice Christmas gifts we have,  and how low are our prices.  Gift Brashes  Beautifnl backs and bristles that  "stay in" as long as there is any  brush. Many different kinds to choose  from, at as many different prices.  Special values.   Look at them.  Atomizer Sets  Very dainty and pleasing-.    All sizes.  Prices From $8.00 to 50c  Chest Protectors  Not a bad idea as a Xmas gift for somebody who is troubled' with cold catching-  propensities.  Pretty Nearly Everything  Look in our store for your Christmas gifts. Big stock to pick from.  Low prices. Polite service. Willingness to do more than is expected.  DISPENSING CHEMISTS  ��  MOD. B. C.  '"NAME ON   EVCRV PIECE."  )ow)fey$  Chocolates  FRESH TODAY  Somebody at home will be waiting,,  tonight'for a box.  The "Name on Every Piecen k  the guarantee.  '  FOR SALE BY  lr��V'  Boundary Creel Times  "Issued every Tridav  DUNCAN   Ross _  MASAlilNR   EllITOK  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Feh Yeak    2 00  Six Months  1 Z=  To Foreign Countkibs. 2 5G  <UNIONjffe/)LABE:L>  FRIDAY   DECEMBER   0. 1W4  We are in hearty accord   with  the proposition for the establishment of a  School   of   Mines  at  Princeton, so ably   advocated   by  the Similkameen Star.    Tbe district of which Princeton  is  the  natural centre, has long- been regarded   as   a  region   possessing  illimitable and diversified mineral  resources.     It   development  has  hitherto   been   greatly   retarded  through     lack    of    transportation facilities.     There  is,   however, good reason to believe  that  the coming year will witness the  invasion of the  Similkameen by  one and possibly by two leading  railway companies.   The attitude  of the Great Northern is significant. Positive advices from Winnipeg are to the effect that C. P.  R. engineers are at present engaged in cross-sectioning the survey  made    west    from    Midway    to  Spence's Bridge  four years ago.  With  tbe inauguration  of   construction operations the Similkameen will  witness, an influx  of  people unparalleled in the annals  of British  Columbia.     The  district for more than a decade  has  been   regarded   as    a   'veritable  "promised land,"  but thousands  of people each   succeeding year  experienced   a  fresh  disappointment  at the  delays  of  the   big  railway corporations.    Collateral  conditions having come  into line  it now looks  as  though   railway  extension can  not  be longer delayed without loss  of  prestige���  and   tonnage���to   the    company  that is second to make the start.  With the prospect of  a  vast  increase in the population of a district possessing so many varieties  of minerals,   iucluding quick-silver, the need of a School of Mines  where intelligent  instruction can  be imparted, is imperative.     We  have no doubt  both  the   provincial and federal governments will  not be slow to appreciate the situation and will make substantia]  grants in favor  of  the  proposed  institution.     And we  especially  instance  the   federal   authorities  which have shown  wise discernment in the consideration   of the  requirements of  the  mining regions of British Columbia as was  so well illustrated b\T  the  finan^  cial aid granted the now flourishing silver-lead industry.  Hon. Mr. Blair's inordinate  ! haste in resigning the chairmanship of the railway commission  has resulted in a tangle which  has a peculiar interest to western  people. He went out of office  without giving judgment in from  fifty and sixty cases heard  by Mr. Mills and himself in Manitoba, Northwest and British Columbia last summer, and it is a  question now whether or not the  applications will have to be heard  over again. Commissioner Ber-  niei, deputy- chairman, does not  consider he is entitled to pronounce on the cases that he was  not privileged to hear, and even  if Mr. Mills rendered decisions  alone in all these cases his sole  judgment would have no force or  effect. The justice department  has been asked for an opinion as  to whether commissioner Bernier  could not associate himself with  Mr. Mills in framing judgments  merely by reading over typewritten evidence. The department, it  seems, has declined to make any  pronouncement, so unless a new  chairman,- when he is appointed,  feels like taking the law into his  own hands and announcing judgments ou the application of which  Commissioner Mills alone of the  present board nas heard, the western cases will have to be reargued.    _^  The Templeman banquet has  passed into history. It was a  fitting- tribute to a public man,  who in a peculiar sense in view  of the sweeping victory in British  Columbia, typified liberalism  militant and liberalism triumphant. Senator Templeman maj'.  feel justly proud of the remarkable demonstration held in his.  honor. For nearly two decades  has he consistently chatnpione/1  the-principles of a great party.  During many years the fight was  conducted almost single handed.  But the senator never faltered  and with ? tenacity of purpose  worth}* of the highest admiration  drew fresh courage from defeat.  His inspiring example was bound  to bear fruit. The senator whose  career of political usefulness has  not yet reached its zenith naturally received from the various  speakers the principal credit for  the results achieved on the 22nd  ult. These are growing times,  and the presence of the "solid  seven " at Ottawa, supporting Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, will have a far-  reaching effect in promoting the  best interests of the greatest province in the Dominion:  the finances of Greenwood are in  an exceptionally health)- condition. Mayor Naden, with the  co-operation of his colleagues in  the city council, succeeded during  the past year in paying off $2000  of the bonded debt and wiping  out the floating debt of ��8,000.  We understand that the indebtedness of the corporation will be  further reduced, by over $5000  before the end of the current  month. This showing will certainty appeal to the ratepayers,  who can appreciate the business  conditions that prevailed during  the greater portion of 1904.  If the deal for the B. 'C. mine  in Summit camp terminates' successfully, S. F. Parrish, the former manager and chief engineer,  will be heartily welcomed in the  Boundary district. The fact that  negotiations with the. Montreal  owners are now in progress is in  itself a hopeful sign and indicative of the faith Mr. Parrish. has  in the property. Mr. Parrish  knows the mine better than any  other individual. We f eel confi-  that if he secures favorable terms  another chapter will be added to  the bright record of the development of. the mineral wealth of  this district.,  Local ratepayers will not be  slow to endorse Mayor Naden's  progressive and business-like  civic administration. Compared  with the state of affairs prevailing in many towns of the interior  The Canadian Northwest has  been aptly named "the breadbasket of the Empire." Official  statistics recently issued show  that during the past year in Manitoba-the increase in the construction of elevators and warehouses  for the storage of grain amounted to 160 in number along the  lines of the C. P. R. Oh the  Canadian Northern lines in the  same province 37 new elevators  and warehouses were built, while  iu the Northwest there was an  increase of 85 elevators and warehouses.  (r  FALL AND WINTER  Suitings,  Overcoatings  Trouserings  All Imported Goods of  the latest design.  lo see them is to  * appreciate them.  PRICES ARE SURE TO PLEASE  WORKMANSHIP   GUARANTEED  ^=  W. ELSON  Copper. Street,  iTHE TAILOR  Opposite the Windsor Hotel',-  ^  *������   ? (if   " v   '^-k'--;   THE-BEST: BEER IN f  TOWN  IS MADE BY ��  -THE- '���'���*��*  4��  ELKHORN   BREWERY *  Portman & Portman   -   pr0p. "3*  AsK For Elkhorn Lager Beer  *  *  4," Try it.     On draught omn bottles at all the leading hotels   J  *+ + + * + *** + + **^f** + 4. + ?|.ti(<|ii|liilJ..  John Houston is a candidate  for the mayorality of Nelson.  The weather will be sultry early  next month in the town by the  lake.  We always had a lurking impression that the people of Victoria regarded themselves, in the  language of Matthew Arnold, as  apostles ot "sweetness and light."  Our lingering uncertainty has  given way to positive conviction  after reading the following ponderous deliverance from a local  correspondent of a Victoria weekly, The Progress :���  "In all the elements necessary to  form or evolve as a centre of culture  and enlightenment, Victoria is very  rich. Without wishing- in the least 10  truckle to public conceit, or to offer a  sop to local pride, one may say with  truth that this little city is pecularly  dowered in the matter of what I might  term promiscuous culture.   That is, we  THE  STRA THMORE  A HIGH GRADE  PROPERTY  IN A HIQH  GRADE BELT  2��  DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE STRATHMORE?  You know the Providence, Elkhorn and E. P. U. and how  they are netting- fortunes for those lucky enough to have  ���shares in them. The investors in the Strathmore if anything have a better opportunity of making their pile than  even the stockholders in the above properties.  As I have been appointed official broker for ihe Gnjenwood-  Strathmore Company, I km able, for a limited time, to offer  a-few shares at a low figure. Now is the time to get in  Call or write at once to; .  Trederie 01* tncCaine,  Opposite  Postoffice GREENWOOD.  have here collected fmm many and  various quarters of the globe men and  women who know the best. Thosi*  units leaven every ma&s they touch.  They are the red corpuscles in the intellectual side of any community, because they know intuitively,  or have  been trnined, how to estimate compo  nents that go to make up the great  thing called. ;irt. It is a matter of  inherent taste or of careful cultivation  this suble power of appreciation."  Is the Victoria brand real "culture" or "culturine" ? il  1  w  lit'  IP  m  m  if  ir  &  II*1  ���'  3   I  u  i  i $  The success of our great Removal Sale has far exceeded our most sanguine expectations,  Prices have been slashed as we sell for cash and are determined to clear out our present stock, con^  sisting of Furniture and all Household Articles, We can satisfy the most fastidious taste, No such  opportunity for securing good articles at bed-rock prices has ever been presented before,  80:Piece Dinner Sets $12.50  Sale Price-...: S9.90  97 Piece I)inner .'Sets ,  ..'......$15.50  120 Piece Dinner Sets... ...$20.00  Sale Price $16.25  We will  sell any part of these  dinner sets.    Call and see them.  Toilet Sets.  I    3 piece plain white  $2 00  . Sale Price SI.80  3 piece plain white ��� $2.25  Sale Price  $1.90  5 piece plain white : - ������' - $2.40  Sale Price $2.05  10 piece fancy, .latest pattern .....' $3.35  "; X _ ;���;      cpsam Price [$2.95  5 piece fancy colorecfsets .:.;.���...t....-..$3.25  Sale Price $280  30 sets of veryf latest pattern, and  assorted colors.  Toilet Sets jiist [arrived in     .,  10 piece sets.:.....:..., '....:...    ���-:*.,.���. $5.00  Sale Price  $3.35  Stop Jars to match :..;..,..,..,.$2.50  Sale Price  ���- $2.10  We have the very latest in Fancy Hand  Painted 10 piece Toilet Sets  $6.60, $6.75, and $7.00  Special gbair Sale  Kitchen Chairs, regular ..$1.00, lilO, 1.20  Sale Price 80 cts, 90 cts, $1.00  Diners, braced  arm  1.25  Sale Price $1.10  Diners, braced arm, fancy "...   1.60  Sale Price $1-40  Diners, braced arm, latest pattern       1.65  Sale Price $1.45  Diners, oak, "good enough for Teddie"    2.00  Sale Prcie 1-80  Arm Chairs, large highback...     .*: '..    3.25  Sale Price 2.80  Arm Chairs, oak, large high back..    3.75  Sale Price 3-25  Arm Rocker, large high back _ :...3.25   3.00  SalePrice 2.85; 2,70 .--..���"...  Arm Rocker, sewing .:  ..'  2.50  . Sale Price 2,10  Arm Rocker, sewing.............. ..���;.......:. '.!  2.65, 2.00  : Sale Price 2-20. 185  ArrmUpholstered/Rocker ............  4.75.  Sale Price 4.20  Arm, cobbler seat, Rocker .......:: ...r, .............    3.25  Sale Price 2.65  iis""'~'  )^A.x.^^.Ji  ,r'":5i?i^-i_ii  )&X- :        .:.-,-..--..��� .������.,.-,���   ;-. ,���  ?��*^ Jt^'v ���v-'Sfeii^>;i5i3^1H-ii  p^<^^:^\j|;.":/i��b||  Siugle Beds, regular price..:...: .....$5.75  Sale Price      , - $ 4.80  Single Beds > $7.00  Sale Price 590  H Beds :...- :...: .���....:. $5.25 . '.  Sale Price    4.45  Full Size Beds ..........1 ......:$5.50    ..  Sale Price       4; 65  Full Size Beds : $7.00  Saie Price     6.15  Full Size Beds....  $13.50-  Sale Price -    1190  Full Size Beds .'..:..:. ,:..$14.50  Sale Price........ 12.30  Full Size Beds .....J ���'....       :..........$18.75.  Sale Price -���-,      15.65  Full Size Beds.. :.......;.^....: $18.56*,    '.  'Sale Price........ 15-45  Full Size Beds..: ..: ..;.......:..............$16.00  Sale Price      -   13.80  Assorted.': Decorated   Water   Set's,   the  $1.60, $1.65 and $1.85  Assorted Decorated Lamps  $2.00 and $3.00  Couches, finest figured velour ....$10.50     ,  Sale Price  -    9 35  Couches, finest figured velour,......$11..50  Sale Price ��� ... 9.65  Bed Lounges, latest patterns ...-.....$20.00  Sale Price ..: 17.50  Bed Lounges, latest patterns $13.50  Sale Price ....   12.00  Twenty Tons of High Grade  1NE HAS LARGE RESE  sinking to the 100 foot level whence  drifts will be driven north and south,  thus " providing additional;'��� stoping  ground and greatly increasing the  present ore reserves.  The lead in the lower level looks  exceedingly well, being well defined  throughout. It averages twelve inches  in width and is composed of finegrained-galena, iron pyntes and copper sulphides varying in value from  $60 to $82 per ton. W. H. Jeffrey, M.  E 1  has been the  receipient of many  Enterprise  of .Chicago Capital Will  Be Rewarded-  . fi.  compliments for the efficient and economical manner ia which he has conducted the development work.  The Barbara is owne.l by a Chicago,  company, of which J. C McPherson of  that citv, is.the president. The amazing success achieved since work was  started six montns ago, is calculated  to lead to the investment of additional  Chicago capital in the high grade propositions of this camp.,  home. Mr.. Crowston now represents  the Vancouver Canning Co. and the  Southcott Co. of the terminal city. He  reports business greatly improved  throghout the interior, especially in  the Boundary district., Mr. Crowston  owns a 320-acre ranch near Midway  and in discussing the agricultural possibilities of British Columbia took the  view that the Kettle river valley offered attractions which could not be surpassed in the Okanagan valley where  land is selling._fre_ely_at_$300__ per, acre.  34, boys 20, girls 14; total 70. Total  attendance during November: Div. I.  648; Div. II. 600. ��� Average daily attendance���Div. I. 32 4; Div. II. 30. Percentage for month���Div. I 90 percent;  Div. II. 88.23 per cent.  The Barbara?mine, one  of the high  grade properties in the south belt, just  east of town, will shortly make its first  experimental shipment   to   the   Trail  smelter.    The   event  is being anticipated with considerable interest. There  are about twenty tons of  ore on the  dump and the ore reserves, immediately available,   are conservatively  estimated   at   over   200   tons.       This   is  regarded   as   an   exceptionally   good  showing in view, .of th'e  circumstance  that development work was not started  until the end of last June.     The  Barbara, according to expert opinion, will  soon become a permanent shipper witn  the added advantage that the- returns  promise   to yield a handsome: return  after providing   for the  monthly  pay  roll.  An incline shaft on the lead   extends  forty feet to the first  level   wliere  the  *ein was found to have broken over for  a distance of forty feet.     At the point  where the ore was  again  encountered  the shaft, was sunk on  the lead for a  distance of seventyrfive feet, giving a  vertical1 depth  from thesurface of the  slope of the hill of 110 feet.    From the  50 foot level of the .lower incline shaft  diifts were run north and south on the  ore for fifty-four aad twenty-four feet,  respectively.    It is the intention of the  management to continue the work of  GRANBY IMPROVEMENTS.  The progressive policy of the <4ranby  company is to be continued. After a  recent visit to the smelter and mines,  Jay P. Graves, the general manager,  announced that $125,000 will be spent  next year in improvements. Two additional furnaces increasing the treatment capacity of the smelter at Grand  Forks from 2000 to 2700 tons daily will  be installed in February. The contracts .for the< new plant have been  awarded to the Spokane Iron Works.  Mr. Graves saul: "We shall increase  the daily; smelting capacity 700 tons  and will put in the necessary blowers  for handling,the ore, motors for driving them and- engines and cars for  moving the slag. Blowing engines  will also be added to the smelter to increase the converting capacity. We  have six furnaces and two more will  be put in tnis yearl The 10 shells in  the converter will be increased to 14  when all the improvements are in. At  the mines new bins, crushers and motors will be put in to take the ore from  No. 3 tunnel. Electric haulage engines  will be used to land the ore at the railroad." ���  ._  A COAST VISITOR.  A. A. Crowston, of Vancouver, spent  Monday   in   Greenwood,    his   former  In his opinion the boards of trade of  Greenwood and Grand Forks should  lose no time in .advertising the fact  that farmers and fruit growers can  find a profitable field for labor in the  Boundary with its large and growing-  mining population. The class of  people now locating in the Okanagan  is principally composed of retired Manitoba farmers, who come out west with  the idea of escaping the rigors of the  Manitoba climate. Mr. Crowstoa believes that a little effort would result  in diverting these people to the fertile  lands of the Kettle river valley.  DISPLAYS ENTERPRISE.  H. H. Bunting, contractor and builder, has leased the building opposite the  court house, and which   was formerly  occupied by S. A. Grierson. Mr.  Bunting, whose advertisement appears  in another column, is renovating and  fitting up the premises in a very handsome manner. He carries a full .line  of sashes, doors, turned work and  inside finish, etc.  The new furniture department annex  to the O I C, A. L. White  & Co.,   will  be   called   the   Red   Front  Furniture-  Store. '  COPPER FOR JAPAN.  For the first time in  history Japan  is   importing   copper.       The    United  Metals Selling Company of New York,  which  is the selling   agency  for the  Amalgamated   Copper   company,   has  recently taken  a contract  for  the delivery of 10,000,000 pounds of copper to  Japan.    China also is importing much  copper from the United States.   Owing  to the cutting off of the supply formerly received from Japan, China  is   now  importing nearly  3,000,000  pounds   of  copper a month from the United States  or about five per cent, of the American  output.    The  tremendous foreign  demand for copper continues to  increase  and it is generally believed  that  with  the   cessation   of   hostilities   between  Russia and Japan   the movements  of  copper from this country tc   iCuropean  countries and the Orient  will   be  very  much greater than  it is  even in these  present times of record-breaking shipments.  UR GIFT  HARVEST  Our Holiday Stock of Gift Jewelry awaits your inspection. You will wonder at its variety, its freshness  and its scope. It bristles with suggestions of correct  "giveable" things���fiftstosuit all tastes, all purses and  all circumstances.  WATCHES from the  dainty, diminutive time/  piece of novel design to  the   f i n e st ��� standard  makes,  SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.  The following are the statistics of  the local public school for November:  Div. I.���36, boys 17, girls 19: Div. II.���  Diamonds in every size and variety, Pins, Rings,  brooches, etc, Should you contemplate gift purchasing,  and during the next few weeks who will not ? Drop in.  Our goods will satisfy you, so will our prices.  LOGAN & CO.  s*\j*r*\f**\fJ**\j * rr  ram*  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  A GREAT TRIBUTE  there was another subject of interest  to British Columnia. During the late  election the Conservatives here threw  overboard their time-honored campaign  cries of adequate protection and extravagance and pinned their fath to  "better terms."    He (the speaker) had  S. A. Grierson  Liberals of British Columbia  Banquet Their  Leader,   Hod.   Senator  Templeman.   at  Victoria - Cabinet   Representation   and j refused to allow this to become a party  Other Questions Discussed���Duncan Ross  Question.  M.P., Voices  stltuents.  the Opinion of His  Con-  The banquet given in honor of Hon.  Senator Templeman, under the aus-  spices of the Victoria and Young Liberal Associations, at the Hotel Driard,  Victoria, last Friday night, was a  magnificent demonstration. Members  of the party from every section of the  country, representative of all constituencies, contributed to its success by  their presence and enthusiasm, and it  may well be said, that never in this  great Canadian West has there been a  more eloquent, Conclusive or striking  tribute to the services of a public man.  The key note of that imposing gathering was recognition of the devotion of  the guest of the evening .o the grand  political party which has now reached  the very acme of its power, and that  appreciation was voiced in a manner  that awoke a response in the breast of  every man who sat a.t the festive  board. Ther$ were 160 guests in attendance.  In rising to respond Senator Templeman received  a remarkable   ovation, i  lasting several minutes, and  throughout the course of his   speech he  was  frequently interrupted with cheering.  He said that it was needless for him  to express his utter inability to find  language to adequately show his apr  preciation of the magnificent demonstration in his honor. This gathering  represented Liberalism in British Columbia. It gave him extreme pleasure  to see that in addition to Liberals of  Victoria, Vancouver and other parts,  there were others who had not always  been with the Liberals, but who had  put the commercial interests of the  province above mere party politics and  by their presence evinced their appreciation of what the Liberal administration had done for the country. (Cheers)  He deeply appreciated the universality of this representation. He did hot  wish them to think that he took unto  himself all the laudatory references in  the remarks of the chairman, who had  said that he was the father of Liberalism in British Columbia. If it was a  fact that he (the speaker) stood in that  capacity, he had to sav that he was  proud of his offspring. (Cheers) He  was proi.d of the great strength of  Liberals in British Columbia. But  there Liberals in this province before  he came here, and in this connection  he paid a warm tribute to the late Hon.'  A. N. Richards, who, in the early years  of the party's existence in the west,  had employed all his efforts in organizing the Liberals of British Columbia.  It was 1885 that Hon. A. N. Richards  and a few other Liberals, including his  friend Dr. Milne, (cheers) Dr. T. J.  Jones, (cheers) and the late J. C. Mc-  Lagan (cheers), than whom there were  -'no more" 1^ in  British Columbia, organized the first  Liberal association in Victoria, and  proceeded to fight its battles on party  lines. He did not propose to give the  history of their early struggles, but  merely mentioned these circumstances  to disclaim the credit of having been  the father of Liberalism in British  Columbia, much as he would like to  have had the honor.  This magnificent gathering was due  to the fact that a great cause had  achieved a great triumph. (Cheers) A  few years ago this province had no  Liberal representative at Ottawa. Now  it had the "solid 7." (Cheers) Indeed  he felt that the inspiration of this  Bplendid assemblage was in the fact  that Canada had the greatest statesman  she had ever produced (cheers), and  also that with such a leader there was  assured a progressive government.  When he reflected on the wonderous  strides the party had made in the west  brought home to him by this imposing  gathering, he felt that it was the  proudest moment of his life. (Cheers)  He .reminded them that in this last  triumph there was a factor that in the  past had worked against the Libeial  party. That was the large number of  Conservatives who, however, in the  recent contest had shown their appreciation of a successful administration,  and their honest and sincere regard for  the welfare of the country by contributing to the Liberal victory. (Applause.)  In regard to the matter of a portfolio  he considered that British Columbia  should have a minister with one. Personally, it was of no consequence to  him who was appointed, but it was  unquestioned that the province which  had one was in a more advantageous  position than thos? without it,     Then  Duncan Ross, M.P. for Yale-Cariboo  responded to the toast of the Liberal  party.    Mr. Ri.ss was formerly a memi-  ber of the Times staff, and  newspaper  men of Victoria are highly gratified at  his victory.   He expressed his pleasure  on being present at the  banquet, ajid  said he voiced the opinion of the people  of his constituency in   tendering  tribute   to  Senator  Templeman.     The  senator, it should be remembered, was  not a citizen of Victoria only, he was a  citizen of the whole   province.     (Applause)    Every Liberal in British Columbia shared   the   high   opinion that  was expresse'd in this demonstration.  The speaker was glad to be back in  Victoria again,  but when he contemplated the change in political feeling  here he was constrained  to query, "Is  this Victoria?"    Ten years ago he was  identified with the Liberal party here.  Then they were just as noisy and just  as enthusiastic as  they were tonight,  Continued on page 9  stf'.isf ��f ** jp j? if aP j?��? *? af Jf *? s^ s^ J?  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  '*  Ifc  %  HOUSE  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  PAINTER  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  | Greenwood, B. C. 5  ar if ��e if *p jf ie ��? ip ip %* n* i? & s? i? #*  Hice Stock of Wall  Paper to choose from  Opposite theB. C. Hotel in Building formally occupied by the  Postoffice.    Phone 15.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ANNOUNCEMENT  TO THE PEOPLE OF  GREENWOOD:  At the request of a namber  of citizens I shall again be a candidate for Mayor at the elections  to be held on the 12th day of  January. 1905. I take this opportunity of thanking the electors  for their assistance in the past  and ask for a continuance of  their support and encouragement.  Respectfully,  GEO. R. NADEN.  ���OOOOOOOOOOOO oo-ooo-ooooooooo  r  DR MATHISON   DENTIST  Opposite Post Office  GREENWOOD  -  -  B G  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38,1. 0.0. P.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in tlie  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial ltivi tationisex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  G. R. Naden, Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. Reo.-Sec.  STANBARB  GREENWOOD  Opera House  The Talk of Every Town.  The World's Principal Events  ONE���NICHT ONLY���ONE  Friday, December 23rd  THE "LIVINGMADA"  BIOSCOPE COMPANY  1000 .. Latest Bio-Tableaux ,:.. .1000  BETTER THAN EVER.  EVERYTHING NEW.  Ten Miles of Animated Colored  Tableaux.  Popular prices. Seats on sale at  White's and.Thomas' Drug Stores.  THE HIGHEST   AWARD  AND  GOLD  MEDAL  HAS BEEN GIVEN TO THE  "SAL AD A" Tea Co.  AT THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION:  20 Per Cent  DISCOUNT  T,  D   ���  DEALERS IN  j FURNITURE, x CARPETS,  f  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER STREET.  GREENWOOn.  &<<<<<'<<'&l"l"M">><"^^  ft��ft��ftt..ft��ft����ft��ft��ft��ft��ft��4HeHCHaa����ft����������ft��ft��������������������ftv*ft������  ft  ft    o  *  ��  #  ��  *   _  .���WINDSOR CAFE..* I  HARRY C0UTTS. Proprietor  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  NIGHT OR DAY  BATH TUBS  JC2C2C AND X2C2C  LAVATORIES  B.  W.  BISHOP  PLUMBER  To clear out our present large  stock of  Trunks and Hand Grips  We will make a 20 per cent  discount till the end of  December.  A. L. WHITE  & CO.  New and Second Hand Store.  ��  *.*  *  '������'  ,��  *  ��  Dining Room   in the   Windsor  Hotel���Everything |  First-Class.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ����ftft��ft��ftft��<HeHeHG^����ftftftft��H������fttt����#������ft��ftft������0��ft��ft��tf ������������  EUROPEAN PLAN.  ������*#��*o��������������������������a����������*����������ii��i������#��a����*0����Bl*������  ft'  ft..  ft  ��  ��  ft  ft'  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ft  P.  D  Greenwood,  B. C,  ��  ��  a  ��  g  ��.*  ��  ��  ��  a  a  a  ��  ��  *  a  Perfect  Contentment  use  IS THE SMILE ON  THE FACES OF  THOSE  WHO EAT AT THE  Gem Restaurant  Open Day and Nighi,  a��*ft0ft*ftft#����ft������9��ft����ft����ft��ft����0��o<t������ft������0fteft0��**ft����*ft  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells  all others.  ���ft  GRAND F0RKS.--PR0ENIX--GREENW00D  BAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.    Arrives-at Phoenix 7 a.m.. Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand "Forks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 \i.m.,   nrrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare - Grand Forks $3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates made known at office.  J, Ff ROYER, Manager, !Wissmu3:?!.'5ia ��:��iiv�� 'Mstu  ^  BOUJMDAhtv    CREEK rTIMES.  In The Supreme Court of British  Columbia.  ��� |.  il 1  II  III jSSi  TIP  li  I  I  (? i  I  kJ  iN THE MATTER of the Municipal Clauses Act  and Amending Acts and ���  IN THE MATTER of the City of Greenwood  RealEstate Tax Sale Bylaw 1904  IN CHAMBERS (    Law   I  Before the Chief Justice ���< Stamps V  The 25th day of October, M04. /   S1.3C    I  ORDER  UPON hearing Mr. Gray of Counsel for the  the Corporation of 'the City of Grten-  woud and upon reading- the affidavit of George  B. Taylor, tiled herein the 24th day of October.  1904.  IT IS ORDERED that service of the Notice  of Tax Saie, required by the provisions of the  said City of Greenwood Real Estate Tax Sale  Bylaw 1904, by sending a copy of said notice  by prepaid registered post to the last known  address of C. F. Alston; Laura Ward; Tena  Branson; Mary Agnes Cornwall; W. A. Corbett; R. P Coates; Louis Ernst; Corriene  Castlebar; J. B. Cameron; R. F. Coates; J. A.  Cameron; Alexander Cameron; n. C. Davis;  ���������-Munroe; Ellwood C. Brown; Lena O.  Cortes;-Mlntile Cameron; J. H. Wallace;' Walter L. D'Eatlij.H.- R.Elllott; R. Davidson;  Adolph Fisher; Sarah Bearing; Fred Fischer;  Alexander.-������Fraser; Harry A. Gues&; Jane  Galloway; J.lHv Uendrickson; A. B. Hart;  OlivlaHart; John .Keough; Attwood Keough;  J. W. Keough;-DelariU3:A. Holbrook; D. M.  Linnard^iGeorge W;-Richardson; Walter J.  Lemon; Bernard Croft Murray; Edward Nash;  William .H.-Asquith; Uames McMahon; Fred  Munn; F. F. McDowell;Thonias F. McDowell;  Mrs. W. D. PaldierivArfiiie Jane Palmer; Das-  cow Holbrook; Earl Smith; Daniel Sheehan;  V. C. .Younghusband;.. James E. Hoy; Angus  Nicholson; Jamas Li Steele; William Perry  Smith; Ronald. Harris; A. A, Barnett; William Galbraith; Henry C. Keedy; Hugh McKay and Laura Shonquest, respectively, shall  be a good and sufficient service of said Notice  of Tax Sale udon said persons.  AND IT 'ilS F0RTHER ORDERED that  service of the Notice of Tax :Sale;i required by  the Provisions of the said City of Greenwood  Real Estate Tax Sale Bylaw 1904, by sending  a copy of said. Notice by prepaid registered  mall to Francis J; Fiuucane addressed to Spokane, Washington, United States of America,  shall be a good and sufficient service of sad  Notice of Tax Sale upon the estates of R. E. L.  Brown; deceased, .and E. A.: Bielenberg, respectively.  AND iT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  service of the Notice of Tax Sale required by  the provisions of said City of Greenwood. Real  Estafe Tax Sale ��� Bylaw 1904, by personally  serving a copy of said Notice upon I. H. Hallett  ofthe City of Greenwood, iBritlsh Columbia,  shall be a good andsulBcient'servlceof said  Notice of Tax Sale upon F. B. Smith and upon  tlie estate ofrAnnie Larkins deceased.  ANDUT,:.IS..FURTHER ORDERED that  servlc&of the N6tice?of Tax Sale required 'by  the.provislons of said City.of Greenwood Real  Estate Tax-Sale .Bylaw. 1904,"by'personally  serving a copviof saidv>Notlee nponJames N,  Pa'.onof the City oftGreeriwoody'British 'Columbia, shall be a good and sufficient service of  said No*ice of Tax Sale upon tlie estate of  William B, Paton; deceased, . ���  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  service of the Notice of Tax Sale, required by  the provisions of said City of Greenwood Real  Corporation ot the Gtty of Oreenwood  Collector's List of Lands or Improvements or Real Property within the Corporation  of the City of Greenwood.  To be sold for Taxes, Interest and Costs on the 28th. day of December, 1904, at the City Hall, Greenwood, B. C, at 11 o'clock a.m.  in pursuance of "The City of Greenwood Real Estate Tax Sale By-law, 1904," unless in the meantime the Arrears of Taxes, Interest and  Costs due in respect of each Lot in the Schedule hereunder written be paid.    If sold, the said Lands and Improvements will, pursuant to  the provisions of the "Municipal Clauses Amendment Act, 1900," be chargeable with a portion of the legal costs of and incidental to the  obtaining of the Judge's order confirming such sale.  u  1  i  i ���  axes  1903.  1904.  .2 *  10  On  B    .  a IS  5*  ASSESSED OWNER  REGISTERED OWNER  O  OJOO  XX Q r-t  com  nge  ale.  XX  o  X  o  o  s   .  Ou  -a  Lands   and  meats.  Total amou  due to 31st  Unpaid Jul  Collector's  and     conti  penses of s  XX  at  a  u  o>  XX  a  TOTAL, A  Taxes,    In  Costs.  Alston, C.   F   Bank of British North. America  Barrett, L.  S. M. -.'.   Barinermani,  D.   A   Blue, Louis .-...  Blue,. Louis   Blue, Louis     Blue,,Louis      Estate Tax SMe Bylaw, 1904, b^ sending a copy  of said Notice by prepaid registered mail addressed to John Ray Miller, X'olman;? Alberta,  sliallbe a (food and sufficient service of said  Notice of Tax Sale upon tlie estate of Thomas  Miller, deceased.  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  service of the Notice ol Tax Sale required by  the provisions of said Citv of\ Greenwood Real  Estate Tax Sale Bylaw, 1904; by. sending- a copy  of said Notice by prepaid ('registered mail addressed to The California Wine Company,  Vunltcd, Nelson, British Columbia, shall be a  good and sufficient service of said Notice of  Tax Sale upon the said California Wine Company. ,    ' ,  ; .'.  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  this order shall be published foi at least four  weeks, prior to said sale under said Tax Sale  Bylaw, in the Boundary,Creek Times, a \veekly;  newspaper published in said 'City of Greenwood!  Da\ed the 25th day of October, 1904.  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Nicholson.  JULIUS EHRLICH,  Daled at Greenuood, B. C. this 14th  dry of November, 1904.  a  and HofWofer in 90 Seconds  IN REACH 0'c EVERYONE.  See the wonderful , YOHO  WATER HEATER, : the'j.atest  invention,'..at ���  ' .   , .   LIMITED.   . ' ':..    ,'""���'  Sole ��� Aleuts, 'Greenwood,' B; C,  RAILWAY. .  Lowest Rates     7 Best Time  Toronto,     .Montreal,    New  York,     Martime Provinces,  New Jiing-land.   ������  WEST  sn  ��5  on  on  1    15  1   15  1   15  1 on;  .1, on'-  1 in  1 in  1,.m  no  on  7   15.'  10 05  1 1(1  0 05  9 90  9 on  9   90  40   rrn  o   OO  10 ���fn  15   0'5  10 .00  10 no  10 nn  11 ��� m  '. .14   in  10  r.n  19 .55  10 on  11 n5  1   15,  nn rn  17fi cn  00 05  00 i?n  99.75  Oi   15  91 '9n  Vancotiyer/VIctpHa^:;;';  Seattle,     California Points.  Unequalled    P<t.ss^ng,er   Service,  sleepers, tourist,  couches, dining  cars.  Tourist  Sleeping Service :  Notice is hereby <*ivea that I shall proceed to sell by public auction at the above  time and place herein set out the above mentioned lands and improvements respects  ively unless the arrears of taxes, interest and costs are sooner paid,  Dated the 17th day of October, 1904, {Seal)  G. R. Naden, G. B. Taylor.  Mayor* Collector of the Corporation  of the City of Greenwood,  -U[rCT~TJeWes^  }} LJ1 Wednesday, Thursday and  Saturday for Seattle and Vancouver.  PACT Lv. 'nitiiniore Jet. for St. Pa'u  ��� . Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Toronto, Wednesday and  Sunday. Montreal, Monday and Friday.    Boston. Friday.  For rates, Folders and Tickets apply  to local agents.  fe. R. REDPATH,  Agent,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  E. J. COYLE,  A.O 1>.A. y.-incouv,;,  J. S. CATER,  D.P. A.Nelson.  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby Lriven Unit :ili creditors  ;imi persons liavin;*- claims against the estate  of tlie l.'ili* Ariolphus I-*iM-ti-us<)ti. wliodicd on the  9th September last. l"o4. are required on or before the 31st December. 1W4, to lile a statement  ���eiviup- full particulars of their ;!aims dulyn  verified, tlie statement of tlieir acouttt and the  value of their securities ;if any)  held  by them.  And further talce notice that after such last  mentioned date the Administrator will proceed  to distribute the assets of the said deceased  aruonirst the parties entitled thereto having re-  jrard only to the claims of which he then shall  have notice and that the said Administrator  will not he liable for the said assets or any part  thereof to anv person or persons of TVhnse  clainis notice shall not have bean received by  him at the time of such distribution.  Dated this 14th dav of October, 1TO4.  T. H." PATEKSON, Greenwood.  Administrator of the estate of the late Adolphus  Ferguson, deceased. 1 tiir  mr  ���**j**'-'^'a'-^''^'*^  IK  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  If  Iff t  1  'ft  li  1$  a  V  ip  f  ��  fit  tiS  S3 '  II   .  r  lit  A GREAT TRIBUTE  but they didn't have the votes on election day. (Laiighter) They always  thought they would win. but when the  ballots were counted they were short.  (Laughter) In those days the opinion  against Liberalism here was so strong  that people aros'e.from their graves and  voted Conservative. (Lauirhter) Now  things were changed. The citizens  ��� were so strongly Liberal that the  graveyard voters took no interest in  . politics; they didn't emerge on election  day. (Laughter) He was gratified at  " the many t improvements carried on  here since' then;   the   mudflats   were  ' filled,'but he observed that the Song-  hees reserve was still there, He felt  confident,   however,    that    with   the  ,   '"solid   seven"...a.t   his   back   Senator  ��� r;; Templeman' would be able' to effectually dispose of this question. (Applause)  ... Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Mr. Ross continued, had largely made the Liberal  party of Canada. Statesmen such as  he were produced but once in a gener-  ",' ation,and he  doubted   if   his' equal  i would arise in many years. (Applause)  ;.-Sir Wilfrid   had   united   the   Liberal  ( party and represented the highest; and  most advanced Canadian sentimenti  He paid a warm tribute to Senator  ';;��� Templeman, 'alluding to the strenuous  fijght the latter had made in   the days  ' of his party's adversity,   and   he felt  certain that should he (the senator) be  placed in charge of a department he  would administer it  with   credit..   He  agreed with Senator Templeman  that  the right kind of better terms for the  ��� people of this province was a change  in the local administration. (Applause)  ...   The interior Liberals had sent down  '. 'one of their brightest men, Ji A. Macdonald,-who would' give the country'a  safe,   progressive   government.   (Ap-  .-.-���plause.).'���������. ���','���'j*;'-. (���>'. ." y     !. i i: f;i : ' ���" [������  CURLERS GET BUSY.  There'was a iarge attendance at the  meeting of the Curling club held Monday evening, J.  S. Birnie,  president,  .,   presiding. Thedevoteesof the "roarin'  game';' are looking forward .to a season  of good -sport   and    well    contested  ���-matches.   The ririk  is   already being  put in'cbndition.   JIt ihas been flooded  several times and alreadyoa good bottom has been.secured.-''-'If-the present  weather   continues .playing  ��� will   be  'started within a'fortnight'.'   A meeting  i'will be.heldshprtly for. the purpose of  electing skips and drawing for rinks.  "MAN THE BOAT"  Life-saving on the Bioscope -Remarkable Reproduction  While the lifei-boat service is one  with which we are intensely sympathetic and deeply interested in, yet how  few have heard in earnest, the cry of  "Man. the Life-Boat" arid how very  t arelv has the average individual had  -the' opportuti i ty-o f-seei ng--the=lif e-boat  at work? These realistic aiid thrilling  incidents have now been faithfully recorded on the Bioscope and will be reproduced along with an altogether new  programme of Canadian and other  scenes at tbe London Bioscope company's entertainment which opens at  the opera house ou Friday the 23rd of  December for one performance.  LUMBER TARIFF.  Duncan Ross, M.P-. Favors Demands  of B. C. Millmen.  A Vancouver despatch states that an  important conference took "place there  Monday between British Columbia  lumbermen and senator Templeman  and Messrs. Ralph Smith, W. Sloan  and Duncan Ross, M. P.'s elect; regarding the question:6f the imposition  of a duty of $2 per thousand on rough  lumber, thereby shutting out Anierir  can lumber from Manitoba and the  Northwest territories' market. ���  ' ;It was pointed out that' wlule iti.1903  imports of American lumber were 60,-  600,000 feet in 1904 they reached 140,-  000,000 feel.  . As a result of thisunf.iir competition  many British Columbia mills were  closing down and the industry would  be ruined, it was claimed. It was further asserted that the imposition of a  duty would not cause an advance in the  price of lumber in the norttvvest. Farmers there enjoyed protection on their  products and it was only ' fair that  British Columbia lumbermen should be  accorded protection. r.  { Several of the lumbermen expressed  themselves as agreeable to reciprocity  in lumber with the United States  which would increase their market.  ;' Duncan Ross announced himself in  favor of the millmen's petition. Sen ���  ator Templeman  ip  reply promised to  H.B.K.  brand:  Made big enough for a big  man to work in with comfort.  Has more material in it than  any other braricf of shirt in  Canada. Made on the  H.B.K.;scale I_. inquires 39^  to 42 yards per d< v.en. whereas  common shirts have, only 32  to 33 yards.    .  That's the reason why the  H.B.K. "Big". Shirt never  chafes the armpits, is never  tight at the neck or wristbands, is ahyays loose, full  and comfortable and wears  well.  Each shirt bears a tiny book  that tells the whole' history  of the "Big" Shirt, and  also contains a notarial-  declaration that the H.B.K.  "Big" Shirt contains 39^  to 42 yards of material per  dozen.  Sold at all dealers but only  with this brand:���  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Montreal        Winnipeg        Dawson  B-.^i'MMtm.-iwii 1 !�������,�� nn'Wlnrr-  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ^BarnatoJlaud-'-Barnato-Practionain^aiineral.  ci.ilins, situate In ilie Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale DUtrict. Wliere located:  Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Victor R. Swanson and Samuel T. Larson, Free Miner's  Certificate Nos. B80579 and B8032O, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, .to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grants of tbe abeve claims.  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certilicates of improvements.  Dated this 20th day of September, A. D.. 1901.  VICTOR R. SWANSON.  SAMUEL T. LARSEN.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement,  NOTICE.  "Surprise No. 3" Mineral Claim, situate in tbe  Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale District.     Wherelocated: Ir. skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. F. W. Groves, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 72155 intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mininir Recorder for a Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant to the above claim.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is.  suance of such certificates of improvements. -  Dated this 22nd day of October, 1904  F. W. GROVES.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO Robert Henry Berg-man and Frederic W.  McLaine, or to anv persons to whom they  may have transfered their respective interests in the"LastCh3nce" and "New Oro  Fino" Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining- Division of Yal District.  YOU are hereby notified that I have ex-  oended the sum of $133.33 (one hundred  and thirty three dollars and thirty three centsl  for assessment work on above mentioned,  claims, such being required and necej=sarj- to  hold the same for the year ending 21st June,  1904, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  And Amending Acts, and it at tne expiration of  ninety days from the date of the first publication of this notice in the "Boundary Creek  Times" you fail or refuse to contribute your  portion of such expendituie namely S25.00 due  by you Robert Henry Bergman' and S20.40 due  by you Erederic W. McLaine, together with all  costs of advertising, your interests in said  mineral, clainis shall become vested in me  (your co^Jwner(npon filing in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Ac* 1900."  Dated this 7th dav ot November, 1904.  -''.MARIAN ATWOOD.  Last issue Feb."  lay the matter before his dominion  cabinet colleagues and advised that a  deputation be sent to Ottawa by the  millmen in support of the petition.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public  Cahle Address :      hallett."  Tonus J Bedford M'Neill's   QrtenNWOOD,  I.ODK8   -\ Morein(, ft Neal.K  Leiber'l. *��� ��'  I. H.  HALLETT.  H. C. SHAW.  M��l-EOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices:. Wallace-Miller block. Copper.street,  Greenwood, B.C,  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLeod.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  . Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  > Alntng and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:   Church St.' 'Phone B15.  .   '       GREENWOOD, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor. .  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,   :      :      :      s. B.   O.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. to- Can.. Toe C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys on Kettle   River, and   West  Fork promptly attended to' at regular  prices.  Address :   FAIRVIEW. P.-   O., B. C  J. G. LANG  -PROVINCIAL-  ASSAYER  Specialties:   Checking-   Smelter   Returns,    Concentration,   Cyanide    and  Amalgamation Tests.  GREENWOOD,    :  B. C.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W. D. Flinn, Prop.  Try Our New Massage  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Street.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  . ..RAILWAY...  Lowest Rates       Best Time  Toronto,     Montreal,    New  York,     Martime Provinces,  New Kng-land.  WEST  Vancouver, Victoria,  Seattle,     California Points.  Unequalled    Passenger   Service,  sleepers, tourist, couches, dining  cars.  Tourist  Sleeping Service :  WpCT Leaves Revelstoke Monday,  IlLvH Wednesday, Thursday and  Saturday for Seattle and Vancouver.  V ACT Lv. Dunmore Jet. for St. Pau  Jjftul Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Toronto, Wednesday and  Sunday. Montreal, Monday and Friday..  Boston, Friday.  For rates, Folders and Tickets apply  to local agents.  E'.;R. REDPATH,   Agent,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  E. J. COYLE, J- S. CATER,  A-G P.A- Vancouver p.P.A.NeUou,  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal ol Minerals on Dominion Lands In Manitoba, the  Northwest  Territories   and   the   Yukon  Territory.  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  al $10 per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is granced  for one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment in advance of $7.50  per annum for an individual, and from  SS0 to $100 per annum for a company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the samewith two  legal posts, bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line o,f the lode  or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if-located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim is $5,00.  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu the/eof. \ When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  has been expended or paid, the locator  mav, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at $1.00  an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory," of au  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  cent..  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, $5 renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench'the former being 100 feet long  arid extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may b: obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W-'T.. excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may' ob-.  tain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty years, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right'is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to high water mark on  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  clredgefor'each-fifteetvmiW'-nr'fract-^  ion is sufficient. Ren.tnl, $10 per annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate nf two and a half  per cent collected on the oulput after it  exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory���  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty vears, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  I operation within two yeats from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date Rental $100 per mile for  first year, and S10 per mile for each  subsequent vear. Royalty, same as  placer mining.  Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the base line or  general direclion of the creek or gulch,  the width being 1.000 to 2,000. All  other placer claims shall  be 200 feet  SOtlP^P  Cialmes are marked by two legal  posts, one at eaclvend. beariee: notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days, if the claim is within ten miles  of mining recorder's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hold a free miner's certificate.  . The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in length,  and if the party consists of two 1,500  altogether, on the output of which no  royalty will be charged, the rest of the  party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee 510. Royalty at the rate  of two and one half percent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon territory to be paid to the Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one miningclaim on e^>ch  seperate river, creek or gulch, but the  same miner may hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their claims in partnership  by filing notice and paying fee of $2.  A claim may be abandoned; and another ob'ained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by givine notice and  paying a fee.  Work must be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each year. If not,  the claim shall be deemed to 'be abandoned, and open to occupation and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim- may be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon Official-Gazette. <-  Petroleum���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon  Territory are open to prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister'may reserve for an individual or'company  having machinery on: the land to be  prospected, an area of 640act:es Should  the prospector discover oil in paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not' exceeding  640 acres, including the oil'Vell and  such other land as may be determined  will be sold to the discoverer at the  rate of $1.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at su;h rate as may be .specified by  order-in-council. ��� ������    -^  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior!.'-! Ottawa.  S. BARRY Yd ILL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER. ',:���������(.���  All work guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  IU  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North-  port, ...,''  Effective June Hlh. 1903.  Leave  8:45 a. m.  10:40 a. m.  ^7:20 a.jn^  10:35 a. ni.  8:30 a. m.  Spokane  Rossland   Nelson    -  Grand Forks  Republic .  . Arrive  6:15 p. m.  . 4:35 p. 111.  =__-_7:20.p._m.-=  ' 4:00 p. m  6:15 p, tn.  In Connection "With  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT  LINE TO  ST. PAUL, DULUTH. M NNEA-  POLIS,'CHICAGO and ALL TOINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOM/ VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all.tACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining  and  Buffet Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or ad-  dress^a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  g. F.-ft p. a., c. p. &. T. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  "What is the prisoner's reputation  for truth and veracity?"  "I don't know, except that I have  frequently seen him go past with a  fishing pole." BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES.  Boys and 6irl$ Santa giaus' real Coylatid is at w  ���   ���be largest, best, completes! and most nMo=  tborougb inspection.  Store Opposite  date is bere for  Dolls  HAVE YOU SEEN THEM.  Largest and prettiest stock ever  shown in Greenwood,  fgcTs. t�� 7,50  Fancy Goods  Such as Toilet Sets, Manicure  Sets, Tobacco Jars. Military  Brushes, Shaving Gases, Collar  and Cuff Boxes. The latest in  Ladies Hand .Bags, Etc. Etc.  Fancy  Calendars  And  Xmas Books ���[)e Smoker  Rooks of Travel. Adventure  and latest Fiction in fine holi^  day editions. All the standard  Poets in Seal and Morocco  Bindings.  Should see our fine line of  Pipes, Cigars and Cigarette  Cases. The best brands of  Imported and Domestic Cigars  in boxes of ten arid 25 for  Xmas gifts.  Xmas Cards  In endless variety.      i hey are  worth an inspection.  ���oy$*dame$  Of every description. The  biggest and most varied stock  in the city.  Cbe  aOove witb fancy minamn, Fountain Pens, Prayer  -, Fancy Boxes of ftole Paper and otbef things too  are now open for your inspection.  and fiymn Boohs,  TWO STORES  GREENWOOD  TOWN TOPICS   |  Duncan Ross, M. P., returned from  the coast Thursday.  A sitting: of the county court will be  held here on the 27th inst.  Chas. Hitch, the well known chef, is  back with the Gem restaurant staff.  John A. Poff, of the Sun Life, Victoria, was a guest at the Imperial this  week.  Duncan Mcintosh returned this week  from a trip to Spokatie on mining  business.  Nine locomotives are now in service  on the Phoenix branch of the Great  Northern.  Dan McLaren, a Boundary pioneer,  has opened a blacksmith shop opposite  the Arlington hotel.  Mrs. Ed. Dill was removed to the  Sacred Heart hospital Wednesday suffering from an attack of fever.  The public school will c'.ose on Friday, the 16th inst., for the holidays  and will open on January 3rd.  One hnndred head of cattle purchased by P. Burns & Co. from Mrs. Lowe  of Keremeos, reached here Monday.  Jas. H. Ellis, of West Robson, has  arrived here to assume the duties of  local agent of the Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  Good board at the Gem Restaurant  $25.00 a month. '  Xmas  cards,   very  dainty,   witjj   a  verse and a view of either Greenwood  C6pper"street7 "MotheF'Lod^^eHilier  smelter.���Smith & McRae.  C. B. Sword, provincial fisheries inspector, Vancouver, has ruled that  Kokanees are not a species of trout  and has permitted fishermen to net  them in Christina lake. The extensive  catches made there during- the past  month evoked many protests including  one from T. H. Patterson, 0f Greenwood Complaint was also made that  the fish are being exported to the.  United States.  C. P. Webster, representing the B.C.  Mining Exchange���a journal which  has recently improved both in contents  and appenrance���-was in town this  week.  A. C. MacPherson, of this city, who  has been laid up in the hospital for  three weeks suffering from an attack  of fever,, is out again and is making  good progress towards convalescence.  Alex. Miller left here Wednesday to  make an inspection pf the La France  mine, near Pilot Bay, Kootenay lake.  Mr. Miller is interested in the proper ty^^^-A^^^^^-^^---^^^^---^^^  C. M. Crouseand family of Midway,  have removed-to this city. Mr. Crouse,  who formerly published ^the Midway:  Advance, has accepted the position of  bookkeeper with the Thomas Drug Co.  A government wagon road is being  built from Midway to,.the ranches on  the hill west of that place. The work  is being done under the driection of  road foreman Findlay.  A special car from the International  Correspondence School   at   Scranton, j  Pa., is .touring the Boundary and is  now at JBholt. It is equipped with air  braking and other machinery for the  instruction of engineer* and trainmen.  The car carries several experts.  Robert Keffer, the editor of the Anaconda News, will issue a 46-page  Christmas eaition next week. A treat  is in store for its readers as a number  of topics will be discussed in a bright  and breezy manner.  Sam Young, a rancher residing near  Grand Forks, died Friday from the  effects of a kick from one of his horses.  Hejsuffe'redlritense"agony for twenty  ���hours.  The Columbia & Western Railway  company will apply at the next session  of parliament for an act extending the  time within which the company may  construct and complete the railways  and branches which it has been authorized to construct.  Supt. Lawrence and Harry MacdoneH. district freight agent of the  C.P.P., Nelson, were at the Imperial  Wednesday after visiting Midway and  Phoenix.  Perfection, is the, one single word  that describes our new stock of fancy  goods and toys-���Smith & McRae.  Dan McRae has returned from the  Lardeau where he spent the summer.  He located three promising silver-lead  properties near Poplar creek  Christmas tree entertainment at the  Presbyterian church, Friday evening,  Dec. 23rd.  At Greenwood in the Manse on Wednesday, Dec. 7th, by the Rev. M. D.  McKee, Fred Mclnnss and Maggie  Giezart wen?.unitedjnjheuholy^.bonds-  of matrimony  Elaborate preparations are being  made for Ed. Perry's masquerade ball  in the Masonic hall on Thursday evening. A large attendance is anticipated.    Excellent music will be provided.  Mayor Naden, yielding to the solicitation of numerous supporters, an?  pounces himself as a candidate "for  re-election His card appears in  another column.  The Great Northern will not lay the  rails on the Curlew-Midway section  until next spring.  __ mm. mm ma BB HI  You  Should   Inspect   Our   Stock of Holiday  Goods  Because we have no old stock; no left overs from other years.     Because we are not after the long price; because we bm' the best g-oods only;  and only from the best firms.  FINE PERFUMES TOILET SETS STAG HORN NOVELTIES  MIRRORS ATOMIZERS FANCY FANS  I BRUSHES LEATHER  GOODS HAND   PAINTED   CHINA  Or Me Your Home More Homelike by Making it a Musical Home  Guitars,      Banjos,      Mandolins,      Autoharps,      Violins,     Etc.  Berliner or Columbia Gramaphones or Graphphones.  -LIMITED.

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