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 ly  :Xa  -mm  -<^*  a.'ji.irijj  Vol. 7.  ^fRSRfiEUE  ���HP  9^3B3B5s��  n  HE STRIKE  |TTLED  Men go  Back   to   Work  Under Two Tear Agreement  Being Made to Renew Ooerations In  tlte Boundary.  Probably nowhere ia the. provinoe  '.wis the news of the settlement of the  coal strike received with greater aatls-  -f action than at Greenwood. No city  Was more seriously affected. During  ythe month of March there were fewer  men employed at the mines and less  work going on than at any other time  ���since the Boundary cam* to be recognised as a mining camp. For instance  except for holidays and such occasions,  ,'the Mother Lode was never completely  ishiut down until last week. All men  were laid off at the other mines and  the smelters and there was what could  be properly called a complete sta^  nation of the mining and smelting industries. The loss to the,?bjisinea8  men of the community was a most  'serious one and of course mine owners  and employes suffered seriously.  Tbe settlement" is embodied in. a  lengthy agreement signed by Q��b.  Dougherty president ..of District No. 6,  W. F. of M. amV Ehlllp Christopher  president district "No. 7, W. T. of Hi.,  representatives of-.the district ,e��ecu-  i^tfrre -fr^^^wrrS^^na-^iriiiel' and  _the management"of the Crowds Nest  Pass Coal company. The Ferale miners refused to sanction the agreement  but the strike was'declared off.  The members" nbf the conciliation  committee were compelled to remain at  Fernie by heavy snowglldea on the  Crow1* Nest Pass railway for several  days. Mr. Keffer is expected home today, Mr. Gaunce who was secretary of  the committee had much work to do in  connection with the preparation of the  report of the committee. - He will be  home in a few days.  .' Now that the strike is settled active  preparations are being made for carrying out the plans of the various com^  panies which were interrupted by the  "striker"~Orderea have"Comefrom the  head office New York to blow in both  furnaces of the B. C. Copper company  aa. soon as coke is available. It is  understood that a new superintendent  haa been appointed to succeed Paul  Johnston but his name haa not been  made public. Preparations for increasing the smelter capacity will be continued and notwithstanding the serious disarrangement of plans contemplated about the first of the year, it is  hoped that before the end of the year,  the smelter wil! have at least double its  caoacitv and that it will he running-  full blast.  ���������j There is already considerable activity  at the Sunset smelter. This smelter  Will like the others have to wait for  coke but in the meantime the men arc  busily employed getting the large  quantities of machinery- recently  t}r4ered into place, so that when the  coke does arrive two furnaces will be  blown in and a third furnace will  qufckly follow.  ./��he Granby people have made  Btrenuona'efforts to keep two furnaces  rjunning by securing coke from Comoz  and an additional heavy cost. - On ac  count of the C. P. R. strike even this  alternative was not an easy one. The  Company is hopeful that now they will  be;.able to run to their, full capacity-  and make additions without being  forced to close <lown or shorten their  output at frequent intervals for want  of coke. They liave some big schemes  in View which they are likely to carry  but tinder reasonably favorable con*  ditlons.  Of course the high grade properties are  not affected by coal strikes so long a a  there are .smelters nithin reasonable  distances running. The Providence is  ���ttU �� eeift* of wonder to experienced  jp^ENWOOD, B^G. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903.  ��� No. 32  mining men and ite neighbor tb��$ik-  horn U beeping pac*. thiripg^ihe  week specimens of Elfcborc ore were  on exhibit to **riou�� plapefc ia town.  The ore is rich in alive* tad ��s it'ileo  carries good gold valaee It is only a  question of getting it out ia quantity  to insure big returns for the present  holders.   "��� a:  Wm. fowler was baay this week  spying1 the land to find the beat way .to  run a wagon road to the Defiance: on  Which property he fa afeoat to commence Work, txr  Return* have been received f rota the  Nelson" smelter for the lMtAblpmect  from the E; P. U. mlaea. Orel��b*iag  extracted daily from this ptepertyjaad  another shipment wUl ehortly be|Bids.  Work Wait commenced' last-vreefc oa  the Barbara. C. Soott Galloway t��  ���till working the Strathtaorsaia \\ A.  Holbrook Is pegging away on bia .prp-  pertlea oa tRe west side of Providence  creek. -.��..  , Weston aad  gum tonight,  Herbert show, Auditor-  Death of Jolly Jack  A Well Kaowo ��14 Titaw Croe*ee  the Great BlvMe.  John Thornton, known fofmore than  half a century, first* lathe placer min  ing- camps of the Pacific coast and  later in the Boundary country of Brit*  ish Columbia aa* the adjoining State  of Washington, as "Jolly Jack", died  yesterday afternoon in hia cabiti* below Boundary Falls. The old maxThad  long been failing so that his death waa  aot unexpected. He na�� been cared  for since he became unable to cart for.  hiinself by the Pioneers Aasoclatlbn of  Okanagan and south Yale, most of the  surviving members of which are-still  resident In the Boundary. Last October Jolly;:Jack waa taken to.Ae.pld  .Men'^Home.^.llUffitV^iijjiY ih|s 'ritf'rB<si> ^foi��lwajgtAtaritt��ftata^ to  sion having bwnawahf^iioriibfcie  months earlier but his unwillingness  to go to that Institution aot having  been overcome uatii then. Hia.atay  there, however, was aot a long one, for  the old man was aot content to reinaln  so during the winter he returned to his  cabin on Boundary Creek. Since then  hia needs have been supplied and his  comfort provided for by the old timers  of the district.  Jolly Jack was born at Stocktaa on  the River Tees, county of Durham,  England, oa June 11, 1825. In 1838,  sixty five years ago, he left bis home  to go as an apprentice >n a collier.  After six years of seafaring life, spent  chieflly ia old world seas he landed in  the United States and thereafter sailed  out of "New TorfcpPhiladelphia, New  Orleans, and other Atlantic ports to  the West Indies and Veneaula, southward, and to Bermuda, northward, la  1844 he joined the U. S. navy, going  on board the steam frigate Princeton,  Capt. Stockton, during the time of  President Tyler's administration.  After two or three years' service on  the Atlantic coast be shipped ..in a  frigate for California, where the Mexican war waa in progress. He was invalided back to New York after the  American flag had been hoisted at  several California ports, and later served in the southern coast survey service, doing duty along the coasts of  Florida and Texas. -. Then he sailed in  a small brig for Valparaiso, where he  was when news came of the discovery  of gold in California. He joined in the  rush thence, reaching- Stockton in the  spring of 1849, In 1858 he was oae of  thousands attracted, to British Columbia by the Fraser River placer gold  discoveries. In 1859 he saw Boundary  Creek for the first time, goiag thence  to the. Columbia River, .where, below  Marcus, he worked ."Jolly Jack's bar  with considerable success. Thereafter  for years he joined ia pretty well evary  placer rush the boundary districts of  British Columbia and Washingt*Q saw  from the early '60s oa. Did.Jolly Jack  has for. years been known all through  the country on each aide of the liae for  a hundred mileaor more east and west  of Boundary Creek, and now, at 78  years of age he has crossed the great  divide.  The "funeral takes place this afternoon. .      .   .- *    - - . ���  , Don't miss witnessing a refined  vaudeville entertainment at the Audi-  tafias thie evening.  Will be Commenced From  Curlew to Greenwood.  Ill  Eyem&lBg How lit Rei&iaeM to Ru��t��  -..!����� .'W^v    .  Active construction'o4-the coatia-  *atloa ��t the. Great Wotthern from  Gtfrlsw to Greenwood vi-lll'be commenced before May 1st. Contract* will be  iwai'ded within two weekly and aa all  the details were completed some' time  ago no time will be loit in getting  idows to actual construction after the  Contract's are awarded, in fact construction would. baTe.beea'-coasimehced  brfoi* this*ut the auaden 'withdrawal  of Jno. F. Stevens from the service ot  tee Great Northern delayed the commencement of the work.- Mr.'. Stevens  -Was general manager and chie&engin-  ���er and of course had charge ofoH "extensions to the Great Northern system.  His successor Mr. Hogeland Required  some time to famialiarize hftaaelf with  the work; since the delay. .$��� -i..,".  The portion of the line between Curlew and Greenwood shonld^dot occupy  much time in coustructlon.' The work  is not difficult and; with a iargfe'Cforcc  of msa -cwild b�� -easily, rn-sfaeij? It  would not b�� *��"prialng to. see iartst  within thrte^aoaths of the tl*e Actual  constructioaia begun.  The fiaal survey aad cross sectioning was completed a short time ago.  There waa of course but little choice as  to where the liae runs. . It must necessarily follow the valleys of the Kettle  River ..nd Boundary Creek.  It is understood that in runnihg  through the city the railway will ��� keep  aa dote to the creek as possible so as  to avoid cutting through valuable  property.  . Big Vaudeville company, Auditorium  to night.  .  BOARD OF TRADE.  AbiimI  Meeting Rett ��at Officers  Elected-  Forty one ballots were cast by tbe-  members in attendance at the regular  meeting of the Board of Trade on  Wednesday afternoon. When it' is  considered that until a short tlaae ago  it was often impossible to secure a  quorum of aiae to transact the business of the Board, the increased attendance shown by the the ballot ia a  most encouraging alga that business  men have at last awakened to appreciation of the fact that it is. a good  thing to take a greater interest la  matters apertaining to the upbuilding  of tbe tawn. The increased interest  has been secured by the infusion of  new blood ia the board aad also by  procuring comfortable quarters centrally located.  Besides being the regular weekly  meeting it was also the annual meeting  of the board. Oa account of the absence  ef Secretary Gaunce at Fernie the  annual reports were tiot- received but-  will be submitted at a later date. :  Before proceeding with, the election  of officer*; routine bus-'neas was considered. The following, wmv elected  aew members: Messrs. H. B. Madden  S. Cartier, Thos.8emmerie, Dr. Foster, A. t. White and W. C. Tiisley.   -  Smith Curtis M. P. P. wirote asking  tor a list of _the reqttircmente of the  district. A committed of - the board  fi*d already attended to this matter  bat thay were asked tp add an appropriation for a road to the X. P. U. mines  Which are now shipping ore.  : The advertising committee ware  given: farther time to report.  .,. 0. F, Mytton moved that a commit-  teg. fe��*pyointe4-t* prepare a letter  *w  urging the Dominion"-Espresa com  pany to open a down town office,  Messers. C. H. Fair, A. W; 3tricislaniJ  aud D. Ci McRae were appointed aa a  Committee to deal with thle-ma'ttc'r.  J. R. 6rown asked the Greenwood  Board of Trade to endorse the action  of the Liberal association iii urging  upon the government to include a sum  in the estimates for a federal b^Hding.  After a brief discussion A-.--M.'"'Whiteside, U. ���. Shaw and K. Jacobs were  appointed a committee to draft a sln}-  ilfcr resolutions to those forwarded by  the Liberal Association; "' '.;  Then came the election of officers:  Henry Fi" Mytton aad W. M. Law Were  nominated for president hut Mr. Law  declined? "iii. Mytton's election . was  made unanimous. Dr. J. E. Spankie  was unanimously electe��\- vice^priesl-  deat. " .:��� ..*-.-; -:::-_-v  W. Q,'Gaunce and -E-. Jacobs ^were  nominated for the office of"secretary^  treasurer. A -ballot was taken and  the counting offered-plenty of amuse*  meat to the members. It was more of  a reck aad neck race than the famous  Naden-Smailes battle. At the "fortieth  ballot the vote was a tie and at every  even number under forty the vote was  a tle.�� Jhe forty first: ballot waa-mark-  ed Jacob's and he was declared elected  amid applause. ������' ^.  The president, Vice-president" and'  secretary elect gracefully acknowledged the honour paid them and. promised  to do all In .their power to promote  Greeawbod'a.best interests.' '.  The Council of the Board.of Trade  was unanimously elected, as follows:  F. M. Eikins, C. W. Wilson, C; H. Fair  W. G. H. Beltr J. S*. Brown, J. Ehrlich  H. Si Madden, and D. Ross.. ^  :A vote of thanks.was VLtiahimosly  tendered to the retiring officers for their  'services", to the board :and -tfte city.  Mr\ Naden suitably aeknowleiig^d the  vote-of'thanks.::..^ -���    ;'.| _���,.-..   ;"-'>'  ' ���'���������  . The-^^tiien-^djoirnod^ ���: * '���.    "';  -     |      . Ji        P " ��� ~  I ���;      l1'!'  The Weston aad^ferbert-bl^ vaudeville, show is the oply1 recognized attraction of its kind In America.^  City Council.-  Bostoees TnnsacteA ��t tbe Regular  MMtinJr.  At the regular meeting of Ihe city  conneil on Monday evening Mayor  Smailes presided and all the. aldermen  were present. It was decided to lay a  sidewalk out Qovsrameut street to the  city limits as there are at present over  40 men Working ai the Providence and  the Elkhorn and all living in the city.  The sidewalk will be a three plank one  and the work -of construction will be  rushed. .._..'.'  7WrsrKeltff"was ^^tyfroan^tht  Liberal association to urge the council  to endorse the resolutions recently passed by the Liberal association and  published elsewhere. Alderman Ross,  Gulley and Bannerman were appointed,  a. cosdmittce to draft similar, resolutions : which will be forwarded, to  Ottawa.-  Aid.. Kirkwood moved seconded by  Aid. Ross that the-indemnity bylaw be  reconsidered, adopted aad finallp pasted.. The other members-of the Council  believed that the final passage should  be delayed to a later date and ihe  motion was defeated.  St. JUDE'S CHURCH OF ENOtAHD.  Holy Week and Easter Services :  Monday, 6th.���8 p. ra., Evensong and  reading.  Wednesday. 8th.���11 a.: ta. Litany  and Ante-commuaioa service. 3.45 p.  m., Children's service. 8 p. m.. Evensong and Address.  = Maunday Thursday, 9th���8 p:*a.,  Service of Preparation for Easter eom-  mutsieh.   "���''���.] ''���*���-���  Good Friday���11 a. . ��"., Matins,  Lltafiy. 12 a ood, Address on the  Words from the Cross. 2.30 p. m.,  Children's service. 8 p. m, Svcnaong  aadeermea.  Xaater Day���8. a. an., Holy communion. 11a. m., Matins. 12 aeon, Holy  communion. 2.30 p. m., Children's  eervice. 7.30 p, a., Steasoag, Anthem  aad Sermon.       ,*  The Cinadlan Pacific Railway aom-  pany are offering reduced rates for the  Easter holiday season. Tickets good  goUig April 9th to 12th inclusive, re-  t��rai3t^ ����to-��a<HHcludiof the 24tb.  COERIHODSE  Good Progress Being Made  by the Contractors.  i - .<���>���i-  IL -HMD llifi  A Description  of Dimensiohe Aod  Various Parts.     ,    .,  . Smith Bros, are making rapid progress with the erection of the new  court . house at Greenwoodr The  building is now sufficiently advanced  to give an excellent idea of the beauty  aad symmetry of the architecture.  The building will be easily oae of the  handsomest in thtf district. Geo.' D.  Ciirtib who planned the new^ school  building is the architect.. ��� The follow-  are some of the details of the. building-:  The outside Mimeusions of the main  building are 44 by 62 feet flinches and.  52'feet high to the ridge capping.   The  basement walls, tiullt last November,"  are In   granite masonry, rising  two   :  feet  above   the ground  level.. iFrom.  ground floor to eaves the building wijl  be framed in local lumber covered'witn  coast cedar lap siding and shingles,'the  gabies io be finished in half cast- plia- '!  :ter.r The'roof 'wili.aisobe shingled.- _.'-~ ���'  ' ;The ������buildii^r wiO. -fAC^;:jyeat 'and ..:  ^ro^^ii ^i^Wpr-Binea.t , atreet, ��� from   '  ���:w4iicBYthe public^ entrance will b�� ap��"  proached.    The main entrance doo'ra  will be sheltered by a portico support-"  ed: by substantially built columns. The  public entrance hall will  be  22 feet  wide and 11 feet  deep.   Beyond the  hall Will be a corridor 7 feet 6 inches  wide,  by 19 feet long:.    On the north  side  of  the  entrance  hall  will be a  private room for the' government agent  and gold commissioner having entrances from both, the. Hall, and. the public  -  office.   This latter is .situate north of  .the.corridor, with a strong, room in the  southeast corner of the main office. Oa -  the opposite side of the corridor will be. ���*  the supreme: and county court registrar's private room and  public office,  .the latter having at its rear the sheriff's  room.  The first floor will be reached by a  broad-staircase starting from . the en-  "tfancaT hair immediately'oppositethe":  main doors.   Most of the spa.ee on this  upper .floor will be taken up by the  court room, which will be 31 feet 6 inches by 49 feet, by 24 feet high.   Tha  ceiling of the court room will be in  native cedar with a hammer beam roof  tru ases of Douglas fir, and junction of  walls and ceiling euriched with 16-in...  moulded cornice.   The woodwork will  all be oil finished.   The interior woodwork throughout the building generally will be executed in clear, grained ������  coast cedar,   finished  in  its natural  -.  color.  The main fittings andfarnishings of  the court room, including judges' and  registrars'  benches, jury box, witness   '  stand, barristers' table, dock, etc., are  included in the contract   and these are  designed to harmonize with, the ge.n-   -  eral character of the building.   The  lighting of the court room will be made  a special feature.   -At the north'end   '  moat of the wall space is apportioned  to glass area, the upper part, of the-  gable being furnished with a 14-foot  base; semi-circular mullioned window,  glased ia art  glass   in   leaded cases/  Special provision is made for heating  and ventilating the   court room   for-  both summer and winter sittings of  the court.   At the south ead of the  court room sre the jury room and the   .  judge's private -room.   On   the   west  aide of .the ceurt room and looking to-'"  wards Government street are the barristers' library   room,   which for the-  present will also be used as a robing  room, aad the witnesses' room, also to  be ased as a grand jury room, 9 feet by  11   feet,   the  latter  opening  on to a  balcony   situated   above tbe entrance  portico.   The lavatories on this floor  are ea Balte with the rooms.  y  x u  'kL.  THE BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ftf.  THE  ' ���    r'.  LATEST  DCSI6NS IN  IMPORTED  WOOLLRNS TO  sr.i.ccT rf<o/v  >'rtV:  '.^/M  VYMU  /  COIM'lvK  STKliET  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Cleaipi Pressing and Repairing Done.  FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED. T  O. BOX 252.    '-        OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTISL.  HowiS\WarS^o#an AttackJfrf Rlwe-j  vf& a-1' & ^s ;��-���       '  ife<  . " u       imatism  "  :,iklif;  ' -1$&>1sX-  Vvs^&i^' ''-���.:-;;*>i"<?t��<>,'-"��"'  ^���fir '^Sy.'  ���J-JiXJlft,.,  CDc  -i���..--  Boundary Creel Times  OaifCAW Rjoss _ Manaoing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Ps�� Tsas     Six Months -iu^z:ui-_::  Te Forbiow Countries ....  ...* 2 00      1 25    2 50  .;      ?RIDAY, cA.P.RIL 3, 1903.,  r     : THU^.SETTiEMENT.  If white wingea peace reign's over  the', CrbVr's' Ne^sfPass for three years,;  the'.mining .anjif.. smisltiflg industries  will have a-sl^centjShQjKvto.expand.,and,  prosper^^So-far-'as-vre can see there is  nothing bbiiga'tory-froin a legal* point  of 'view i'n'/tfee 'three year agreement;  *-....:.r  '-���'���.'���piej.-Jss ���.?.;���(.isi -^".i fr>if.' :.'���':  The.:^^.^^r?j|.ce;it^ere cou^d ij^p.f .a,  permanent ,|p*a<?e c,.wQuld ~ h?t 3a...-. betlter ���  undersiandingi between   the  manage-.  meaf aB'df'th1e:'mren.-- No -agreement���  .*���'.   f-.'-!ir- hi -fiiv-fi-'i -fntSix-.fi:': l (=������;.>���; :��������� l fj-.r^ ,:-Jj -  aot even an, iron clad one���can with-  stajd^aga/ns^^e^n^nd^e.ttyjacts.pu  the part, ;ofiiem��er,,side. :It ,is to be  hoped that both* sides have.learnt  some valuableleasbh's froin the strike.  There 'caa be no prosperity at Fernie'  un|il,:.i^,.j9atfullyl- fea|Jz5d..,jthat qoal  mines cannottbe.,operated ���.--by-, the, management"' aloue.' i Men ��are -necessary;:  Scribing'aa/the. chief occupation -of all1  those  connected with   the   mines  is  ivi-'.-r.'. sr-iB: f*i>*.     v'��; ."vv   ������-.-;   ?-.   .-s-bf  fightiag;<^ch other,'tthe enterprise, will.  prove-profitable -to no one.   .  Thecothmittee from the B.C. Min-..  ing Association and the executive of  the   Western^ Federation ! of .Miner's  ha.ve, by,ctheif pafience andpersgyer-,  ance earned the. gratitude of the public,  The situation was unique in many re-  Bpocts   and   one   tliat    offered    every  opportunity'for trie exercise of every-  thingje|E(^p,t.:>for,b^alraiice.,!. Tact and  judgment .triumphed And the result is  a feettlementt probablj,-_JtheJiestlthat  as''guaged- by present day standard.  As a class they did liiuch'iii' attracting"  attention to the mineral \yealtlip{ this  province. It , is - gratifying, to .know  that Jolly: Jack's was .not. neglected  Wheii he was unable"to'look-J&fterhim-'  self. The province can easily.'kffo't'd  to see that none of the" 'Fifty tuners',  shall lack proper .care aad.attentian in  their declining- days.. ? -'���V.-'���  The Saridon-PavstreaKt'arid the'New  Denver\Cedge have fieen:amalgamated^  ���R. T.. Lowery will cqntinge the public;  ation- iOf a paper^ at New Denver and  W. McAdam.; will: go to the coasi and  will publish a weekly there that Will  exploit the original-'Tdeais1 of the two  Sloean genuises. '-..''"';''.  Both Greenvrpod -and;,Orand Forks;  are-asking for federal 'buildings;-.' Both  are entitled to federal;',rt'bttiicliiigs'-:''aS';  both are of greater, "importance''thari  many, eastern towits v,whJch have received; similar -consideration*.;at; the  hiincls of the f��derai:gdvernnierit'.;-   ��  "I1 or years \vi;en sprin'jf >'. time came  on and I went iii to gardening, I was  sure to have an attack- of rheumatism  and- every attack was more severe than  the preceding" one," says;JosJe,McDpn.-:  Kid, of Maii'^faogaii ebmity, West Va'.  "I tried every tli ing with no reliei what  ever, until I proclired.a b<>1tic6sGham'  berlain's Pain n;ilin,.?aiicl:.t.he fi-st;a.f.-.i  plication gas'e. increase, and before,^the  first bottle was used. J felt like;!a new  person., Ijioiv,.;! feel that I .tm cured  but I always, keep a: bottle of Chamberlain's .Pain BalhiJ in the' house and  when'J feel any syjttfttpjIPS of a return  I soon drive it away with one or two  applications of this.liniment. For sale  by'J;t. White Greeriwodcr and" A. F.  -Thunias Midwa-v.  ...;... :, r  ,,;,.>,; ,:A  WHEN- OUGHT  WE TQ  i'^QO T(D;^sdbn|K[st?  ',' Many tkink.it junnkdessary  tp devote particular attent-  "tidn - to ��tfHe -��� teetk <��� uriti'Ftlie'  appearance ofi'tke?mouth ia  affected by damaged, dec.i'y-  e;d or brokenTFech, <-':::";u~::'��  give'tke" teeth :no^-attention  ttll,;'pam"cdriipelsrtheiii.. ;^ ,:';1;''  ��� ��� ��� The .'stupidity.- and short-  si g-htediiess, vof ^either * policy   is  ev:ident;-,r-v*-a , ...;;-v--.a^ ..^c-^.cA'a'A;..-.  i,  ?\r:.;Evieryoue-- who ���^thinks " a-  momeat. on thje.-subject   knows  that food :Gan��ot.:iie masticatecl  satisfactorily if, one. or more, teeth  are tender; inflamed," * decayed; or  othervise-out ' of -working order;*  and if this be the case; the mouth  requires-:immediate attention; ���:: *;  ' *.:.-':>.*"'      ���   "...��� "'���- :..;<Ui -'.-' =;���.-.=--.---���f.-io, ���������:  ]    DR. -MATHISON ^ ���' * ������' ���- -  *; ���/;'DENTIST-.'."���'*'^���^���^;)-a.*;;  '���������'.-"   Nadeil-Plooii ���Blo'ck, fj'reeuwomf;'B. C.  ,:; ;;'*.- ������-��� "' - - ���;-.:: .���'���.. ���.a*"- -^ ����� - ���>*:'- ;--*': .;'-v.:-i  with  yourrchoice if you,.J?et|i^6iir.  li this store?1 Then,  I wall paper''frotti  you" savcl>moncy by buying- ^hcre.^  We '���' are-^-l^tSrs''in>;HHc!; wall'^ap'eF^'  jliiie^and  can  offer you     a   great  variety to,choose :from.,,,..,,,,. ,,.-,*.,..,.���-���...^*-  Ourniew. stock is iu, rind -looks so!  inviting--we're anxious to show it.  Won't  you-.cbmc  in.^ind. 'sec-the   '  papers, anc! tii^.j^rjccs ^G'j;c..;se]luag- *���  them at,?" ,..,. '"''SI.'. .."���'. ���    a  ���.*. . ... ���  .*   *��� t;.^ *.'-.* ���*- ���* . -.  ���You'll "he.pleased.  '���;....iv; <*;  ,- ;The' redistribution'.' bill ' as butiin^'d'  by .the press dispatchesis a fair.on.e.so  f:ir as British Columbia is concerned.-a:  ��� A-'* ''^.rf.i  Now that -the strike ia o-ver>--good  jtimes'shouild. appear'in the Boundary^-,  unless something else happens.  '���' j-With copper .rising i and f the strike  settled the outlook is brigiit.  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38,1. 0.0. F.  Meets every  Tucsdav Evcnint; at 8 00 in the  I. O. O. F. Hall. : A" cordtal Fiivl tiitloirls extended to. all sojourning brethern.  D. A. Bannkkman,        I'rbd B. Holmes.  ���' N. G. '-'     Rec>Secr  couid   be 'hiade   under   Witch  unusual  circurnstaqces.  BipAR;w,PF ."tkap'e:.,;  The keen interest iaken, in JJpard, of  Trade-matters, augurs well for the future of the'ieity. It is particularly true  with regard to the healthy growth and  dev^e^pmeatvtpf cities that heaven has  ft happy iknack <of helping those who  help themselves. The citizens who  keep hustling/and  who pull  together  are those who u  ���(."'  succeed.  TJie .llgard s^arts.'the. uejy year under  favorable/auspices. With enterprising  officers, an enthusiastic membership  and with a 'tide apparently turned in  the right.di'rectioni it'should..'be a year  ���f usefulness. ...  Considering the.try ing times through  which Greenwood was then: passing  too much credit cbnnot be given the  retirinfir'o^Scers^for their zeal in pro.-  motiog.the iuterests pf. tlje,:city often  with bgti;little5.encoHragment. .It is  during such times -that it is hard to  keep alive the ititefest in an orgariiza-  tion Ji^ejhe Board of .Trade. . ;  The d��*thiof..MJoily Jack?': Thornton  removes aaother of the rapidly diaap-  pearinj- -'pjorieer plairer " miners" who  practicsuy discovered British Coluni-  r J.  i:,.- "pf''.I*;-'..-:;   -.-f. !;������;.   ���:   ~    ..-���'.  bla..... Many o% ,them.lived as Jolly Jack  didm��ting, fortunes and reverses with  equal equanimity. - Their itiany virtuesi  BE  - ���   -.; .' ������ t-^tt-J ,"... ,-���_.-_. ������* 'J.JHTry^.lfXi  WS!{l  j^^BraM  i-i.l-'  fliHTI^i  t  TO^SEErra  \lw  ill  ���Sjft^jjSijS^jil;  t  i  hiva. s��-nrwt*iant si  WOODS BAY ftrC��Bir i'!  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THB-  A. C. DAVIES, ���>���  Near McNeill's Feed,store.  NOTICB.  RESPECTING TIMBER LICENCES.  TVTOTICE iu hercb.v (riven, uiirxuanl to the  J.-M.1: provisloD9 of- Section 50 of the "I,ancl  A9V that in future 110 special licences to cut  timber on Crown lands will be granted or" renewed until after the applicants liave liad the  limits surveyed by adulv qualified Provincial  Land Surveyor to the satisfaction of tlie I,a,nl��  and Works Department.  ��� ���    ' .     :,. .   vW> ��- ^KIvLS,      c  Chief Co'iiimiBsioner of I,aii<is'aiid Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, 26t|i March,. 1S03. ,,   . Ai4  PR0V1NCIAL-.SECRETAR��~'8��.01.'K.ICE.  TJ IS HONOUR. thcLfeutenaiu-Gbvernor in  XH Council basbeen pleased to Qnake the  followtng- appointment :        ?P    v  v: .���������:-:    ���-.-;'.*-'S' 20��i Marcli. 1903.'  , ..William Graham ^IcMykn. of,, tbe -.City of.  Greenwood, Esquire; SrW.Tttflie a Maglrftraife  ��asily overbalanced their weaknesses,;^ ^Vafe!"3" ��ebU Acr in and io\'he  S-i?  :NEWWIRMf  ^:N;m^:pBQ^,  ���^-ift'..-. -i'v-i: i-iifi^jj-fU-i.-A^.^'.t"''  i''ft;>-"-.".�� .-:.  NEmRM^ES.  COLES & FRITH  ��� 5-SBccessor.s'to-'-J-"---*  m;;';:':^t/co-ii5'^-"f;  BOOKS.. STATIONERY.-ETCi  m '  .Xt^ixe.-ZV*!?*'-  M'  Si  The Ph.- ��� ) ���   J  '���    ' Co.*��.'-l--lwt.iI.t-i,.'...l  ; *      ItEPPESENTING :  .   .*>-.: 1 .in r''"    The British. America Assurr  IviiyiiitKi,, '' ance Co.; of Torontor '  Liverpool anrl:'-Ejondofi    and  Globe-  Insurance Company.  ���3+*  The Canadian,Birkbeck: In-,  vesttncht and Savings Co. ,  STOCKS  REAL ESTATE;  �����^^: THE:  .Copper Street.  !y: MEALS- AT ALL  HOURS7  PjUVATE   ROOMS   FOR  LADIES.'  ' *���'���*'  Tr-fV  Qt;i<   COFFSB . -,:  a matter of Foresight  'jSi^j?^'flSf sf if if sf a? if if s?"j?'��?' ��� ^* afif jf jf'if ��" af'jp jp'jp jp jp jp jp ifjP " ���'  : %>.*?, jp.^ jCjP a?.aP; *i'' 8f,sP 8? sP 8P*jP if.if ���i.St st St st ststststst st-st x* St St St Si St.': ���������-���  ���"'.Vv.*fcfc.:-  ������"... .'fcfc  ���*  . :���':���-"M&'*  ���''."���;,*�� '  '���'��� '*����'���:  '"'. "fefc? "'  --".-Mr'  r,":'-'-:W*;A  .'.-':-fcfc'--.>.  :;:���  -..fcW-  - ...���"���..**..  ���    %%:.  *r:* ^ Calgary .B.e.er;,:::.!Sr  'st St St St  ���i .^t-Jt.'t  a*H*  ti GRIEGER,., Manager.^,  THE BEST.:BEER JNuTOWN IS MADE BY  Many ���cases;, of -eye -trouble  arc averted by early ^application of proper lenses." "'Present neglect means future  trouble.  J. L WHITE  Druggist and Optician,  Greenwood, B.C.  THE NEW  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  i The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It!;It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  S;.BaRRYYa.IUL:  mm-  1  Remodelled. Renovated and 'Refurnished.- Only the', best Iiiquors'I'and  Cigars.    Prompt  servicer    Courteous-]  AND  Treatment.   . Good' Rooms.   , I$odern' PRACTICAL:     WATCH MAK EN  ���'���'   '��.'.-���   :^dbitvenienceSV' ~**SJS*!   |    :,., ..   '..    J.E.WELLEK;':"."'''   .  Fred B. Munn,     Manag-er. I ah work guaranteed^ greenwood  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To  C.   D.   CAMPBELL, and    PETER    Mc--  BI-ilDfi, late of  GreenWBod, iii  Yale Dis--  . *; trici :������    .    ������....  f:ii.-s : ,Von a.rc hPivby iiotilied that,. I have ���  ex!>c:iu!o'd One Minulrcd Dollars ($100.00) in liav-  ..liiif. ibr. "Ailniiral" Jlincra. Clatm, situate in  Pi'ovidujici: Canip in Uie Kettle River Milling  Division ot Yale District in' British Columbia, '  surveyed,..to ,i:nunr as at; assessment, and the  further s;im nf =2 50 :.: recordiup- sueh survey-  as an . assessiiK-iit in-ui'dc'r-lo hold said claim  under llio provisions of,Section 2-1 of the "Mineral Act," as will appear t>\-: a'.Certificate of  -V/ork recorded iu tlicofliue of the Mining- Recorder for the Kettle River Mininir Division of  Yale.-.Di-ilricf, on the-12th dav.of May, 1902:  sufch Expenditure beiiiK- the ainou<.t required to  hold tile s;iid claini forthe vear endiiijr on the  14th day of May. 190J; . .,,.   . '    ���  Aiid" if' within ninety days after the public- ���  atioji of this notice,you, or eituer of. y<m fall or  refuse lo pay or contribute your portion of the  exjienditme required  midvr sni.i suction 24. together with your portion of all Ci>sts of.adver-  tisifl'L','fhe  interest n' <-nch of rn-i as fail or  refuse to contribute  vou,- porl', 1.  .:f said expenditure and costs of a.lvc .:.-,iuy, shall be-  1 come vested in- the subset iber iyour co-owner!  nnder section 4 of' the "' Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."      -   -       "'-    " ..   ������.  !*Daf4d Xi Orgfe'fi'wS'dd.' B/C.^this' ��t'h'rdii3;'of ���  March, 1903.   Last issue June 13.  Haixett a Shaw,   -THOMAS HEIW1SRL12,  Solicitors. zssm  i?  THE   BOUft )AY CREEK   TIMES  Page 3.  Business; Directory;  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'-Y.,  ���.-:��� *: Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  -'    "-"-'���""MEATS, ETC." "  P. BURNS & CO.',  Wholesale,and Retail Meat Merchant.,.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED Bv HOIvMES,  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large  warehouse for storing goods.  P.O.vBox2S    Residence opp, city hall.  SS:: 'w AgSAXERS."L ''     '  SALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.   '  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.^  WILSON & .CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  W. ELSON,-  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD  BARBER SHOP.  W. Frawley, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.     Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Streei. .     -     Greenwood, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS:  HALLETT& SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address :      iiali.ktt."  P������  J Bedford M'Neill's   Greenwood, P  codes i Morei���g & Neil's ��� ^  belter's. B'c'  I. H. HALLETT.  , H. C. SHAW.  MOLEOD & BROWN  Barkistkrs and Solicitors,  Notariks Public. Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  . Greenwood, B.C.  J. fi. Brown. J. P. McIikod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood. B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer ,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,   ;      :      : .   : J3.   O.  A.  E. ASHCROFT.  RESOLUTIONS.  Sent to  Ottawa  by the Liberal As-  '-:���'- "'   saciation.  Below are resolutions.recently passed  by the Liberal association.  ���W-HKHKAS there was collected in  customs at the Greenwood ollice the  sum of S89,117,08 during the three  years ending June 30th, 1902.  Arid Whereas, there was collected in  Inland .Revenue at .the Gieenwood  oflice the s.uin of 1.45,276.JS during the  same three years.  A lid. Whereas, the sub-port of Kere  meos,- Fairyjew. Sidley and Midway as  well a.s Greenwood report and forward  collections to the port of Grand Forks,  although all banking and other business for these towns, is transacted at  Greenwood :   .       .  .-. .    .,..,'.  And Whereas the business transacted at Greenwood in custorus.and inland  revenue, is likely to increase...on account of the advent of the Great  Northern Railway and on account of  the smelters in the ��� vicinity increasing  their capacity ; -..���-.  And whereas the out-ports referred  to are nearer to and have their business telations 'vith Greenwood rather,  than with Grand Forks :  Therefore be it Resolved that the  Greenwood Liberal Association respectfully urge that Greenwood be  made.a customs port.  And be it further Resolved that  copies of this resolution be forwarded  to the Honorable William Paterson,  minister of customs, Honorable Senator Templeman and to W. A. Galliher  Esq., M. P.  Dominion and  Provincial  Lend Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work.a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs ofiice.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ABEL HALLBERG  MANUFACTURER AND   DEALISR   TK  ioiiK, Site, Horse Gift,  Whereas there was collected in customs duties at the Greenwood oflice the  sum- of 689,117.08 during the three  years ending June 30th, 1902.  And Whereas there was collected in  Inland Revenue at the Greenwood  office during the same three years the  sum of S45.286.53-:  And Whereas the money order's  issued at the Greenwood Post Office  for the three years ending the 31st of  December, 1903, amounted to $187,018.-  54' and the money orders paid during  the said time amounted to 547,139.18,'  the stamp sales during the said time  amounted to ��13,559.63, the postal notes  sold amounted_to~$3,861.88" and'the  postal notis paid amounted to $1,815.56!  And Whereas there are two .smelters  at Greenwood and arrangements have  been made to double tneir capacity :  And Whereas the Great Northern  railway will be extended to Greenwood  during the coming year insuring much  larger customs ditties aud also increase  ing the postal receipts :  And Whereas at present (he Post'  Office; Customs and Inland Revenue  ollices are in rented buildings :  Aud Whereas the business transacted  and the growing importance of the  city warrant the erection of a Federal  building here :  Therefore be it Resolved that the  Greenwood Liberal Association respectfully urge upon the Dominion  govern tu en t=-to ,i u chide, i i i-th e-.es ti.matesj.  at'the present session a sum sufficient-  to erect a suitable Federal building in  the City of Greenwood. ���  And   be   it   further  Resolved    that  copies of this resolution  be  forwarded1  to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, premier, Honorable   James   Sutherland,   minister of  public   works,    Sir   William   Mulock,  j postmaster-general,    Honorable   Will-  j him  Paterson,   minister   of   customs,  !.Honorable Senator Templeman and the  members  of British  Columbia in the  Federal parliament.  tious.  The matter of organizing an electoral district association .was discussed  aud after soilie routine business the  ineetiug'adjouriied.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  KSTJ MATES     FURNISHED      FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK-  GREENWOOD", ��� :  : b. c.  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMF1TTING, HOT  WATER KEATING.  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar','  an teed.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood*  Chocolates  -AND-  Bon Bons  IN THE CITY.  ������Buy- ��bem����  For   Your    Sweetheart   or  Wife.  CQP PER--STREET.--  &.jtt st St St[St st st st st st St St St St" St Jt  <��<~x-'<<',<K-,^��*-x,**,xMx~XK,KK��<K~>  BICYCLE .AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  ���1  LIMITED.  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are:  Right  tmmwwwmwmmmmmmmim  Cr*  (F*  (r*  (r*  <r-<  (r*  (/=*<  (r*  CF*  CP*  (P��  Cr*  CP*  Cr*  CP*  CP*  G=*  <r*  Jp*  CF*  CF*  09  ontreal.  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest.  .$8,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcoma and Mount- Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. CtKokos A. Drummond.  General Manager :    15. S   Clotjston.  Branches in London, Eng  ,   ..   UUh?np1ffiU New YoiK, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Traveller?.' Credits, available in anv parfof tlie world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  >^ji  *=2  *k��>  ?3jjjffljjroffljjjjjjjjjjjjjjjroffi��jraffiffl  THE f ANADIAN RAM OF fOIMERCE  Witli Whlcti is Incorporated  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,500,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manasrer  ��  X  I  ���J*  x  X  f  X  X  X  X  f  SKATES SHARPENED, jf  PAINTING ANI>^_JS  SIGN WORK. 1  Copper'St...' Greenwood, f  Y F.  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  P. O, BOX 296.  ���>i'X,<K"X~X��X<KK��CK~X~XK'"X"X,-f��  GREENWOOD AND MIDWAY. B. C.  Do you use B/iv: Ribbon Tea ?  Just received a fine new line .of  trunks, come and see them. ��� A. L.  White 2nd Hand Man.  ft��ftftttft**ftft��#####!Sft*#Sf*.::4��nH^^^  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  6  ft  0  ft  ft-  ft  O  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  a  ft  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��  �����  ft  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��  Ea^^StylesNo^aj Ready  ���    ' .    ��� Charming- creations in Black Taffeta Silk"'Skirts, by far the most  elaborate ever shown in Greenwood.  A-full  assortment of real  elegance and beauty you will find in  our.Muslin Underwear Department.  We have  the  popular Golf Jacket in all the leadings colors, just  the garment you want for spring-. .  Just opened  out a  complete assortment of  Men's Union Made  Clothing, prices and fit to suit evei'3'one. 0  - Call and see our new Spring Hats, all the latest shapes and  styles. We have them all and you wiU find we only ask eastern  prices for them.      '  ���X"X<,X**X**X,,X"X'MXMX4fX*,XMX**X'  in ait  Well heated rooms at moderate  prices. Also firat class board  by day or week.  THE SWAYNE HOUSE,  Silver Street, .  GreenwooA,  ���PHONE 179  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR .  -"TUCKET CIGAR CO.," UNION LABEL CIGARS  :   BRANDS.  MONOGRAM, MARGUERITA, BOQUET, OUR SPECIAL  EL JUSTILLO^   .    EL CONDOR,       SARANTIZADGS,   SCHILLER  Comer  Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  ftftftftftftft����ft��)>ftftftftftftftftft����<:ift��s��<:i��ftfttt��a����ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO. LTD.  I  Greenwood, B. C. ?;  ft#ftft#��#��#ftft#ftft*ftft��ftftftft��ftftftftftftft��ftv**^*ft��ft**$frrip$^Jp ��=**��:$  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  KAFFIR KINO Minural Claim, yiltiaie In Die  Kettle River MiniiKr Division of Yale District. Wliere lofated : On Horse shoe  Mountain. Main Kellie River, lying- 'southerly from tlie Uarna'o mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that wo Alex. Waddell,  E. Sullivan, J. S. Harrison and M. McMynn. Free Miners' Certificate Nos. Ii -10,450;  IJ 40,449; 15 30,500, and B 40,602 respectively, intend sixty days from the date Iiereof. to ajiply  tothe Mininir recorder for a certificate ol Ini.  provements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claini.  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commmiced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this31st day of May. A.X>. 1902. .  MINERAL ACT, r~  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  FOURTH-OF-JUf,Y,  Mineral  Claim,   sitjate.  in the Kattle River Mininp Division of Yale  .District.   Where located:���Near to Canyon  Creek. Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICEthut we Alex. Waddell and  E,    St*ilivan,   Free   Miners'   certiiicate   Nos.  B- 40,4=0 and B.40,449 respectively, intcud, sixty  days   from   the dale hereof, to  apply to tbe  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  G rani of the above claim.  And   further take notice that action  uuder  section 37, must be commenced before tho Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this31st. dav of Mav. A. D. 1W2.  (F^=H  WHOLSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Mitred Meat  Markets in .-ill the principle  towns  of  British   Columbia,     9  Alberta and the Yukon. ��  ��0��$��#$ft&��$ft��tt����#ftft����ftft0����ftft&a��a��ftft0ftaftftftft��ft����ftfte����ft��'  ���wwwwwww  i  IFUMITU  DEALERS. IN  * CARPETS,  %  . LINOLEUMS, ETC.  't*    COPPER STREET.  Y  GRHiiSNWOOD.  t^^X^~:~X~X~M-M~XK-W-B-6->e-9-54  m- Pa.. 4  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  C��X'*X,*X,#*X"X'*X"X"X4'-X"X*'?"!*'  Local and Personal. 1*******^���^*****^^  x  f  U'esiiu'i .ui��l Moro-ri ������.n.m-- Kescrvod  *>e a.-, at White's, drug  aturr.  J. Descharops, the Rossland lumper  king, apent Sunday in the city.  lie". C. H dyt'.siipeniit, ndvnt of the  \ . <x N TclcphniH uuinpuny is ovt-r  truin Nel.son.  thi- .sitting 'jf the .i.-aize.uid aupreine  c> un   will   i)K-  h.-ld   in   Ur-emvood  on  Will not g> on  forever  It   needs   fixing-   some  times.  ���x  That is our >;    y  X business.  3C Don't wait X  ���4            ���;:  x  �� until  your   watch   gets ��  ��       :     :      ������'-'��� ��� .*.  X clogged   up   and    won't X  ^        -"        -   ~"~~~ ~ ��  X go.     Have    it  cleaned. $  &  Watchmaker  and Jeweller.  5  I  �� *&  I  I GREENWOOD, B.   C. f  .:.��xk~kkk^x~Kwx��x-kkk^x^x��>I'  ���   *..-*. *  FURNITURE  CARPETS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE'  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were fur-  -  nished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B.C.  I  May 20th.  Ai. Saudt-!>i'ii h.is n-uiriH-d from  feu 1 boi.ngli, U,.t , ivik-iv he spent  ihe  Timer visiting Irii i.d*.  '1 lie R- v. VV. A. R- bin.- has been in  Nels.11 this ��i i-li. ��� ii{JHf;t-d in c<>ui  mi'!  1    work    dr   11><    .ninual synod o  the  tljuCt.se.  A public mertingr has been called by  Mayor Smailes at the city hall this evening to'ciUcu&s i Victoria Day celebration.  The sawmill business of Lequime &  Powers has been incorporated imdtfr  the name of the Kettle River Lumber  company.  Weston & Herberts show which appears at the Auditorium tonig-ht and  tomorrow nig-ht has earned thej reputation throughout Kootenay of being  easily the best atiow on the road this  season.  BORN���At Greenwood B. C..' on  Monday March 30th to Mr. and Mrs.  King Rees a daughter,  J. S. C. Carter at the head of the C.  P. R. passenger department in the interior, spent Sunday in Greenwood. ."-.  Jnvitatations are out announcing the  marriage of EJdward Richter and Miss  Jennie Summer .at Tnglewootl, Keremeos the beautiful home of Mr. Frank  Richter father of the bridegroom on  Wednesday April lSth. A reception  will follow the interesting event. Both  contracting parties ere well known in  the district.  A branch of the Bank of Montreal  was opened in Spokane on April 1st  with F. J; Finucane until recently manager of the Greenwood branch in  charge and F. C. Cummins of Victoria  accountant.  New Organdies, New Dress linens, New Litien Skirting  New Chambrays, New Dotted Swiss Muslins, New  Linen Batic, New Grenadines, New Black Dress Goods,  New  Dress  Trimmings, Prints.  w��t iMmanwnmtagu  i iiiiiiii'iihimiiii  ��� mi i ���  To-Wear  We Handle New as Well as  2nd Hand Goods.  -All Lines of-  House Goods  Tin, Granit and Dilf Ware,  Flour Cans, Bird Cages,  Wash Boilers, Beds, Springs,  Mattresses, Tobacco, Harness,  Saddles, Trunks, Etc., Etc.  We have a fine line of New  Cook Stoves and Ranges, and we  rwiH1 exchanger f OT^j^Fold^stovC  WE BUY EVERYTHING.  The 0.1. C. New and 2nd  Hand Store.  A. L. WHITE & CO.  MINERAL ACT.  Ceil^'IiMte of Improvement.  Among the stars with the Weston  and Herbert show are Hugh J; Emmett  the celebrated ventriloquist; the four  Bragdons, Little Carrie, the three  Rosebuds, and Weston and Herbert,  nine big specialties iu all.  William Graham McMynn who waa  recently appointed a stipendiar3' magistrate has been gazetted as a judge of  the small debts1 court in Greenwood,  Tbe appointment insures a cheap and  ���speedy way of enforcing collection of  sums not exceeding S100.  Laat week Mrs. Carthew, mother cf  Mrs. A. E- Ashcroft,- arrived from  New Zealand accompanied by Miss  Carthew. Mt, Ashcroft is now slowly  recovering from his recent severe illness.  The post office was moved on Saturday night to the Delsbeimer block adjoining the Rendell. Postmaster Frith  has hac> the place nicely fitted up. J.  L- Coles the stationer has moved into  the building. The post offic-- is now  in the heart oi the business portion-of  the town and the change will be appreciated by the business men who  were growing stout and who consequently avoided any steep grades. .  Adolphe Kellman of Paris was in  the city on Saturday. He represents  a large machinery manufactory in  Paris and has been around the world  three times in "the interests of this  company. Unfortunately his visit to  British Columbia was at the time of  the strike otherwise orders might Jiave  -been^secured^^Mfr^KelVmatr^js^^not  easily discouraged however and is  coming again when the business outlook will probably be brighter.  New   i.ace  Lisle   Hose.       New  Cotton Hose.   New Shirt Waists  Blouse?.    New Dress Skirts in  broadcloth,  cheviots.  Venetians, arid  Lustres,   richly  trimmed   and handsomely  LL & C@.  A.   Logan : and   W.   S, Keith  paid ( MINERAL    ACT "T~ ~ "   A.   Logan : and   W.   S, Keith  Grand Forks a visit this week.  Blake Wilson of P. Burns & Co,,, was  in the city this week. Mr. Wilson has  been kept busy recently closing contracts^ for delivery of meat to railway  contractors on the various contemplated extensions in Montana, Washington and British Columbia.  S. S. Fowler, managing-director of  the London and B. C. Gold Fields  Syndicate of the Cascade Power and  Light, company were in the city this  week to see how the electric, fluid generated at Cascade behaved itself so far  away from home. Since the Greenwood Electric company began using  Cascade power excellen t light has been  maintained.  Since references to the settlement of  the strike in another column were written Geo. F. Dougherty president of the  District No. SW. F. M. returned home  arriving on Thursday's train. Mr,  Dougherty's efforts in trying to affect  a settlement were greatly appreciated  by all concerned and much credit is  due him. He states that Wednesday  morning the Fernie miners fell in line.  All the mines are now running and  manager Tonkin expects to begin coke  shipments on Monday next.  Easter services a t the Catholic church  Holy Mass at 10.30 a. in.  Easter Voices............  Solo  Vidi Aquairi..  Plain Chant  Kyrie ".       "    -'���  Gloria       "     "  Credo         "  Reg-hia Cdell........ ChoniMs  '   Sanctus....  Plain Chant  Kuiedlctlon at 7.30 p. m.  Easter Voices..: '. ..............Solo  O 9alutari9......:.  .Duet  Regina Cocli. ........Chorus  Tantum Ergro..... Chorus  Xaudiue..: ..........: ;...Plain Chant  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "BLACK DIAMOND" Mineral Claim, situate  In the  Kettle River  Mining  Division  of  Yale District.  Wliere Located ,   On Heaver Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac n. l.allett, as  .iR-ent for Robert Wood. Free Miner's  Certificate No. B.W455. dcorfje Smith. Free  Miner's Cerlilicaie No. B41753; William E. Mc-  Bovle, Kree MincrV, Oi.Ttificatu : No. HS5*I07,  William ICint?.. Free. Miner's Certificate No.  B305W, Gfir.iffe McKapue, Free Miner's Certificate No, RSWS and William Olson. Free Miners  Certificate No 133t>r.72, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to theMimiiff Kecorder  for n.Certificate nn'iiiproveineiilK, for the purpose f r.Uifiinin).r a Crown Oraut of the above  claim  And further, lake notice that action, Under  section 37, must he. commenced before the issuance of such Ceriilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 9th day of.Marjh, A. I>., 1'HJ2.  I. H.HAWETT,  I<ast iseue 9tli May  Examination For Assayers   For License  Practice in British Columbia.  TN ACCORDANCE with section 12 ot the  i. Uurcau of Mines Act. examinations ot efB-  ciency In the practice of assaying- will ba held  at Nelson, B. C, on 27th April, 1W3, and on such  days as may be found necessary.  Mineral act.  Certificate of Improvements-  ;       notice;.  "DIAMOND :JOE" and "DOU^ VFUI/' Mineral   Claims���; situate .in  th?  Kettle River  Mining-Division of Yale Distiict.  Where located in Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. A. E.SUaw, ag-ent  for Jane Russell Free Miner's Certifi-  caie No. B54807, James C. Helm, Free Miner's  Certificate No, B55085, Wellington Elson, Free  Miller's Certificate No. BS4904, Evan Parrv,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55000, and William B. Peterson, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B 64807, lntsnd, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to ihe Mining Recorder for a Ceriifi-  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  "TRAPPER" Mineral Claim,  situate In the  Kettle  River  Mining  Division   of    Yale  District.  Wherelocated :   Oa Horseshoe Mountain.  ���'"PAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  JL     as ai'ent for Hcibert R. Davidson, Free  Miner's Ck 'ificato No. B<HqCk, and Henry B.  Thosn,   Free  Minor's  Cenificato  No. li-11731,  intend,  sixty  dr.ys from   the  date Iiereof   lo j  apply to tiie Mining Recorder I'or n Certificate ;  of improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a. Crown Grant of tliestbovechilm  And further take notice that action, under  Saction 37,' must be commenced before  th  lasuance of such Certi' late of Improvement.  Dated this 10th day of Febrnary.A. D., 1*03.  I. H. HALCETT.  I<ast issue 13th Maj'.  following   ���.j.  'Entrance for any examination must be made  in writing to the Secretary of the Board of "Et-  amiuers, at least seven days before the date eit  fonbcginnlng of examination, and must be  aocompaniel by the prescribed fee (S16j.  The examination will consist chiefly of the  �� radical assay ing of samples, aud while the  apartment of Mines will provide all the apparatus and chemicals usually uecessarj, It  will not undertake to provide any special or  unusual appliances or chemicals which might  be called for, and if a candidate should require  have to provide them at hist own  such he will  expense  Candidates mi-st provide themselves- with  such platinum ware and sets of weights as they  may require. -    ^  The Department of Mines 'will make no  charge for the use of chemicals or apparatus,  but a candidate will be charged for air break-  ages or unnecessary loss caused by hiu.  Any additional information desired may be  obtained from H. Carmichael, Secretary, Board  of Examiners, Victoria.  E. G. PRIOR,.  i Minister of Mines.  jDeparimeni'Of Mines,  1        Victoria, B. C, 17th March, S90J.  Notice to Creditors.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  NOTICR  i;d YOIJNC r.EORP.E Mineral  -,i  i-.lc'.u the Kellie River   Mining  ���iff Yalu District.    Where located :  ���! ���- C.tmp.  J-.-ICK   thai   I. John  f. McLeod,  . 11 tilicate Nn. 1554954 as agent for  . rri?e Miner's  Certificate No.B  ;i.>lr, J.  Finucane  Freo   Miner's  Vo.        1174202        Intend    .   sixtv  ;ij- 4aie Iiereof to apply   to   the  ���;ii   for    icertlficate o'' in>pr.ive  i:   purpose  .     ohtaiultif    *  crown  ��' ic clainis.  And  fun'iii    ike notice that  action    -.tdei  section 37 :i nu  be commenced  befo  :  the Issuance of f.'Cli i��rtilicate of improver t.its.  Dated tli -��� '."���"���' dav pf December,.     rt., 1902.  J. P. McLEOD.  Last issue March 23  AKLOTV  Claim.  Divisi. ,  Pass C ���  TAKE    -  Free Mini.-. .  Andrea IV. 1  30252 and   (',  Cerlificai.:  days   froi:  mining r, .,���  merit   for  I  grants foi-  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To  J. S. McCLINTOCK, JOHN REYNOLDS  and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified that I have "expended  in labor and improvements on the "Deerhorn"  Mineral claim, Bituated in Deadwood Camp, in  the Kettle River Mining Division of YaleDistrict, the sum of SIOO.O11. and S2.50 for recording  the same, such'beiug the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claim under the  provisions ofthe "'Mineral Act" and Amending  Acts; and if at the expiration of ninety days  from the date of the first publication of tliis  notice in the Boundary Creek Times you fail  or r-.-f use to contribute vour portion of such expenditure, namely St��7.1i together with all costs  of advertising, your interest in s*id mineral  claim shall become vested in me (your co-owner)  upon filing in the propei oflice in that behalf  the affidavit required by Section 4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated this 3rd dav of March, 1903.  ROSE C. DAVEY.  Last publication Japs 15.  On Monday last Mr. and Mrs. R. K.  Steven  left  for Nelson, in response to  a telephonic message  announcing- the  death of Mrs. Steven's father.Mr. John  Mouat,  aged 69 years.   The deceased  Was  well'known   in Nelson where lie  resided   for  four   years    previous  to  which  he had lived in  Winnipeg- for  fourteen years.     He leaves a wife and  four sons and four daug-hters.    One of  the sons is general  inspector for the  Hudson's Bay  company, two reside at  Winnipeg: and   a- third   is  a C. P. R.  conductor.     Two of the daughters live  in Manitoba and   Mrs. Dr. Stoddart ia  Nelsjn.   The  remains   were .sent over  by the C. P. R. train on  Wednesday to  Winnipeg- where  the  interment takes  place.    Mr. ' Mouat   was   a   native   of  Scotland where he was head of a'large  wholesale clothing' estahlishment  for  many   years.       During-   hi.s   business  career  and  latterly during-  his residence  in  this country  he   was  highly  esteemed  by  all   those   who   had   the  pleasure   of   his   acquaintance.      Mr.  Steven returned home on   Wednesday,  Mrs. Steven remaining in Nelson with  her motner until next week.  cate-of���Improvements;-"��for���thepurpose���of  obtaining a Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, andei  section 37, must'be coniMenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements-.���  Dated this 2(jth day of March, A. D. 1903.  "C. A. E. SHAW, V. U. S.  "DANDY" ii illiSUK PRISE FRA0TIONA L'  Mlnerz 1 1: aims, *)Uiate in tha Kettle River  Mininf   ���'. ivision of Yale District.  Wheto ��� Lated :   Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B54964, as  agent for Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B4175I, Intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fora Certificateof Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grants of the  above claims.  .. And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 12tk day of March A. D.,1903.  Last ins. Mav 13  J. P. McLEOD  MINERAL ACT  Certificate-of^improvements;  notice.  In the matter of the estate of George Monroe  -   late of Boundary Falls In the District of  Yale, Farmer, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that all creditor!  and others having claims against tb��  ' estate of the said George Munro*, - wait died oa  I or about the 26th day of Jauuarv, 1903. are required, on or before the 12th day bi May,. 1903,.  10 send by post prepaid or to deliver to the  undersigned, Greenwood. B. C, their Christian  and surnames, addresses and descriptions, the  full particulars of their clalm9, the statement -  of their accounts aud the nature of the secuil-  tics, if any, held by them.  And further take notice that after such laat  mentioned date the undersigned will proceed to  distribute the assets of the deceased amotlg  the parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which he shall then have ,  notice, and the undersigned will not be liable  for the said asset? or any part thereof to any  person or persons of whose claims notice shall  by him at the time of  not have been received  such distribution.  Dated the 24th day of March, A. D. 1903.  T. M. GULLEY,  -       Administrator of the estate of  April 27. George Munroe, deceased.  Poultry Pointers.  W. F. Brace, (single comb Brown  Leghorns specialist) won at the recent  show held in Madison Square Gardens  (one of the hottest shows ever held in  New York), six prizes. I have some  fine birds hatched from eggs from the  same matings, from which I will sell a  few settings at $1.50 per 13. First  come, first served.  Can also spare a few thoroughbred  Mammoth Pekin duck eggs, at $1.50  per dozen.    Imported slock.  J. J. BANNERMAN,  Boundary Falls.  MINERAL ACT, 1900;'  Certificate of Improvements.  notice  "MAYFLOWER." "LILLIE MAY" aiul"7:.-!o"  Mineral Claims, situate iu tlie Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where Located :   On Horseshoe Mniintaiii-  TAKE KOTICE, that I, Isaac H..llailetl. :is  agent for Herbert R> Davidson, Five  Miners Ceriilicate No. H 41':��5. intend  sixty days from tlie date hereof, 10 apply in the  Mining Recorder for certificates of iniprovements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grants ofthe above claims.  And further lake notice that action, iituk-r  section 37, miist be commenced liefore thi! issuance of siteji certillcaiesnf improvements.  Dated this lllth dav of February, l')03.  *May27 ! I. II. IIAIJ.ETT.  ________ ���  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "HIGHLANDER    FRACTIONAL"   Mineral  Claim, situaie in  the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale Disiric.  Where located :    lu Beaver camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I.Isaac II, Hallett,as  agent for John Thomas Bell, Free Miner's Certificate No. 1155460, and John P. Anderson, Fret? Miner's Certificate N'O. B30271, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, tn applv  to ihe Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, lor the pit rpose of obtaining Crown  Giant of the above claini.  Aud further take notice that action, uiiilei-  section 37. must be commenced befoie the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.- .  Dated this 18th day of February, 1903.  *May 27 I. H. HALLETT.  "MYRTLE" Mineral Claim,   situate in  the  Kettle  River  Mining    Division of   Yale  District.  Where Located :   In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallell, a  agent 1 for James -Sutherland Chris-  Imlm Fraser, Free Miner's Certificate] No.  H 42433, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply lo tho MiningRecorder  Tor a Certificate nf Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant ofthe above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before Ilie issuance of such certiiicate of improvements.  Dated this'Zud dav.'of February, A. I). 1 903.  Last Issue April 23. 1. H. HALLETT  illilsoti Bros*,  MINERAL ACT 1896.  ^^Certificateof Improvement.   NOTICE.  GOLD FINCH Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle   River   Mining   Division  of  Yale  District:; Where, located :   Skylark camp  TAKE KOTICE that I, John V. McLeod  Five Miner's Certificate No. BS4954 as  ament for Charles W. H. Sansom, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 15.5497S., intend, sixty days from  the date iiereof,-to apply to the Mining- Ree  onltir fur a Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant tn  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, undei  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of shell Certificate of Iniprovements.  Hated this 13th day of December. 1902.  J. P. McLEOD.  Last issue March 31.  CANADIAN  and  Sfewarfs  3u$t  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "HIGHLAND LASS" Mineral Claim, sitrate  in the Kettle River Mining Divisionof Yale  District.  Where located :    In Beaver camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett. as  agent for John Thomas Bell, Free Miner's Certificate No. B554C0, and George Arthur  Reddell, Free Miner's Certificate No. B4I903,  intend, sixty days from tlie date  hereof, to app'ly to the Mining- Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 26tb day of February, 1902.  "May 27 L H. aALLETT.  A Large assortment -of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  Copper Street.  W. A. Stratton. a brother of Hon. J  R. Stratton of Ontario, who has been  acting- as manag-er of the Hot Air  line at Grand Forks B. C. went insane  this week and was sent east for treatment on Wednesday last.--  RAILWAY.  EASTER EXCURSION  RATES  FARE AND THIRD  FOR ROUND TRIP  APRIL 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th  Good to Return,till  April 14th.  Reduced Settlers Rates  Date:, of sale extended till June 15th.  For time tables rates and information, apply to local ag-ent  E. R. REDPATH. -Ajjent,  Green woof!.  E- J. COYLE,        3.  A.Q P.A., Vaacouver.  CATER,  d.p.a. Nefeta

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