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 uq  V^l/8i:-  GREENWOOD,  B. C.FRJDAY, JANUAKY   15,   !<iO-l.  No. 2(T  l-^-  iijiiiiiihi   fun I    hub    ii in ' ii i' in ���      i  -COMPANY, LTD.-  January Remnant  We are making this a month of many bargains.  Besides remnants in a number of desirable lines,  we offer all winter goods at greatly reduced prices  EIDERDOWN  TOWEtlNG  EMBROIDERY  LIA/ENS  GINGHAMS  FLAN/VELETTE  CRETONNE  PRINTS  . . . . r~ C/#vvD �� . ... -  Big snaps in this Department. Nothing will be  carried over, Real Sable and other high class Furs at  and below cost,  THE  BIG   STORE  iff IS  MAYOR  Elected  by   Fifteen   of  a  Majority  IIISftlllM  Aldermen   and Trustees  Elected by  Acclamation  "Russell-Law-Caulfield  COMPANY,   LIMITED  *  T  V  V  f  X  ���   .   .   .  GREAT ....  I Stock Taking Sale  To lower our stock for stock, taking' we arc still  selling goods Rkgaedlhss ok Cost. Our en lire  stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, etc.,  must be sold to make room for New Goods,  which are commencing to arrive. We make  special mention of our New Union Made Macki-  naws. which can't be beat.  Ladies Shoes and Rubbers a I  to close them out.  your  own   price  I TELEPHONE   25  |  t  ?  Y  Y  Y  X  Y  r  f  I  J,   McArthur  were  elected  Monday was nomination day for  mayor and aldermen and a number of  ratepayers hied themselves lo the city  hall to see the fun, but very little interest appeared to be taken, ior all the  aldermen were elected by acclamation;  the only contest being for mayor. The  following were nominated:  I'OK   MAYOH  George R. Naden, proposed by D. J.  Sullivan and Kenneth McKen/.ie.  D. A. Banrierman, proposed by G. A.  Rendell and James Sutherland.  ALDERMEN���NORTH WAKI)  J. J. Caulfield, proposed by G. K.  Naden and W. B.   Fleming  Kenneth McKenzie, proposed by J.  A. Russell and H. Bunting.  Herbert Bunting, proposed by J. J.  Caulfield and Kenneth McKenzie.  ��� SOUTH   WAKD     '  J. H, McNeil, proposed by George  Swayne and G. H. Cropley.  F. H. Parker, proposed, by D. A'.  Bamiermau and James Sutherland.  Duncan Ross, proposed by G. R. Naden and J. J, Caulfield.  For seiiool trustees C.  and Sidney M. Johnson  by acclamation.  In the iiorth ward J! j. Caiiitield is "a  new man this year, but served iu  council two lerms before. He is well  known in the city as ai�� energetic and  progressive business man, and will  be a good alderman.  In.the south ward J. H. McNeil and  F. H. Parker are tenderfect in the  aldermen industry, but have good  busiuess heads.  THE   ELECTION  All day. Thursday Mr. Bannerman  and his followers worked hard, while  Mr. Nadeu took things easy, depend-  .iwg^upo.ti^thejatepayers ^to._dothe:ir-  duly, and well they did. ��� The vote was  small, only 183 being polled. When  the poll was closed and the result  showed Mr. Naden elected by fifteen of  a majority, the good citizens of Greenwood who were waiting outside the  city hall, fairly went wild, giving  cheers aiid tigers for| honest George R.  Naden. At the corner of Greenwood  and Copper streets Mayor-elect Naden  addressed a large crowd of ratepayers  thanking them for their loyal support.  At the conclusion of his speech Mr.  Naden was again giveu three cheers  aud a tiger. Later on the band sere  naded the mayor-elect.  The following is the vote:  Naden  99  Bannerman :.. 84  ELECTION TALK  _-2-?roui- hand, Mayor Nadeu!  (ireeuwood is safe foroueyiar moie.  The boosters have gone away back  ami siit down.  Fred Munu was mournfully singing  "Alter the.fall.'7  Did you hear something drop? Think  it was a poker chip.  I'hil McDonald says'IF wc had only  gotten 16 more votes.  Ouee more the electors of Greenwood  have done their duly nobly.  Henry Madden, jr.. was heard warbling, "And the blow almost killed  father."  . I).' Banneruiau 'might? have been  elected, but he didn't have the right  kind of boosters.  Anything to beat Caulfield and McArthur was one of the cries Thursday.  But the ratepayers said no.  Bannerman says the reason lie was  defeated was due to not getting- enuf  votes.   Dave is au honest man.  The music Thursday night must  have beeu very crnbarassing to the  tinhorn as he nervously handled the  ivories.  When it became known that G. R.  Naden was elected mayor of Greenwood the tinhorns played "Walk, you  sucker, walk."  ' It; is. unnecessary to state that the  ones who were shouting calamity if  George K. Nadeu was elected were  non-producers, tlieir entire belongings  being a stack of hot cakes.  MINING FLOAT  Silver looks good, 68|/s.  Copper firm, 312.75@S13.  Zinc in demand, at $5.10.  Lead advanced in England, but unchanged in New York.  The Rathmullen in Summit camp re  sumed work this week.  -  More men an: being pui to work at  the Emma, Summit camp.  The Waterloo at Camp McKinney  will shortly pay a dividend.  There is not a mining district in  British Columbia that doesn't report  progress during the past year.  The Brooklyn and Stemwinder at  Phoenix will start up full blast shortly  after a shut down of two years.  During the last year California produced twice as much gold as Alaska,  and Colorado more than three times as  much.  The! most reliable estimates place  Montana's mineral production for 1903  as follows: Copper, $25.000,0m'; silver,  56,000,000; gold, 54,000,000; lead, Sl,-  000.000; total, $36,000,000.  The business of mining calls for men  of scientific acquirements and an understanding of tlie best and most  practical methods of applying their  knowledge. The days of lucky strikes  are practically a thing of the- past and  there is more money today iu the milling of low-grade ore. say $7 ore. at a  profit of 52 a ton, than in mining 560  ore at a cost of $60.  IHE MIDWAY  AND VERM  Work Will  Be Vigorously  Prosecuted  \<l  Route Over Which  the   Line  Be Constructed  YViJi  0000<H>0<>OCK>0<>00<XK><>OCK><K><^  DUNCAN ROSS IS THE MAN"  Nominated After a Keen but Friendly Contest as  the Liberal Candidate in Yale-Cariboo  The liberals of Yale-Cariboo held a most successful nominating  convention at Kamloops, Wednesday afternoon. Seventy-one delegates were in attendance from all parts of the constituency, who with  their proxies, brought the voting strength of the convention up to 157.  F. J. Dearie, president of tlie Kamloops District Liberal Association, presided  There were four nominations, Hewitt Bostock of Ducks; John D.  Swanson of Kamloops; Denis Murphy of Ashcroft, and Duncan Noss  of Greenwood. Mr. Bostock declined the nomination, though the  convention proffered its unanimous endorsement.  On tlse lir��t ballot of  the three nominees.   Murphy polled 67 votes,  Russ 68,' and  Swanson  29.    Mr   Swanson's name was dropped aud a  ^L^iLhjill^y-afcen^^^  On the motion of Mr. Murphy, seconded by Mr. Swanson, the  nomination uf Mr. Ross was made unanimous.  A permanent organization was formed, to be known as the Yale-  Cariboo Electoral District Association, with officers as follows:  President, S. C. Smith,! Vernon; secretary, C. E. Lefroy of Vernon;  executive committee, J. Hopgood, Cariboo; C. B. Deans, Lillooet; D.  Murphy, Yale; W. J. Snodgrass, Similkameen; M. S. Wade, Kamloops;  T. W. Fletcher, Okanagan; W. H. P. Clement, Grand Forks, and  R. 1), Kerr, Greenwood.  Resolutions were at'opted heartily endorsing the administration of  the right honorable sir Wilfrid Laurier.  Duncan Ross, tha nominee, is too well known in Greenwood to say    X  much about him.    He is editor of this family journal. 9  0<X>0000000<XMXXXH>000<K>0000 OOOOOOOOO OOOO OOOOOOOOO OOOO  Men's Heav}- Ulster  Coats, regular price  S10: special for $5.50.  Men's Waterproof Over  Sacks, reg^u'ar price  $20; special f.��r $15.  IliGO  A Labor Saver  Charles Simmons of London, England, has invented the Drillibite, a  rock-boring machine. The machine  reduces the number of men employed  in hand drilling by dispensing with a  man lo hold the drill steel. The  machine consists of a cylinder in which  the drill steel is held, aud in which  | there is also a spring to set the steel  again for another blow, and a ratchet  movement for altering the position of  the drill-steel edge The miner striking the drill stands with one foot on au  iron plate, and when the blow has beeu  delivered he simultaneously releases  the footplate by which the spring  ratchet movement is brought into  play, and thus sets the tool for another  blow. The machine is very compact  and portable, and is adapted for cither  face working with tripod stand, or  with spreader bar fur work in mine  levels iu any position and at any angle.  Stop Them  *4*QQ<t<t4t<&l*r&>^.<~9"l~>^^^  Will the new council put a stop to  teamsters watering tlieir hjracs al the  only spring water supply handy aud  used by so many citizens; or let the  same practice go on to the great risk  of the people catching glanders or any  old disease i  The Whirl of Society  Last Thur&day night a leap year  dance was held at Dempsey & McPherson'* hotel, Boundary Falls. It was  managed entirely by the ladies, and  was a decided success. Later in Ihe  game there will orobably be several  weddings. Mayor C. R. Craig acted  as master of ceremonies.  The Angels of Boundary Falls pulled  off a dance at Dempsey it McPherson's  hotel last night. The entire population of the smelter camp turned out.  The music, consisting of harmonica,  first and second-violins aud accordion,  was the best. After dancing until 5  o'clock this morning the Angt-ls  wended their way homeward.  Public Installation  Wcduesday night at the Oddfellows-  hall the Knights of Pythias held a  public installation. About eighty invited gues.s were present, and the  evenin;; was spent, after the installa  tion, in short talks by W. G. Gaunce,  Ernest Mills. I. G. Robertson aud  others.   Then came light refreshment.-.  A. E. Ashcroft, C. E., spent a fe^  days in Greenwood last week, havins  returned from Vernon where, in com  pany with Robert Wood, he has beeu  taking up the work of the Midway ck  Vernon railway. He left for Vernoii  on Monday. Now that a start has been  made ou this undertaking so momentum  tothe country lying between Greenwood and Vernon, the work will bcVi/r-  orously prosecuted to a completion.  The conditions imposed by the government will be faithfully kept. The  name of the chief promoter of the ci.  terprise is alone a guarantee of this.  The plans are being prepared for filling with the government, and the worlt  will be carried on  continuously   to  it  finish.    Financial    arrangements   arc  being perfected   in London,   England,  and in   the  early  spring construction  work   will   be   hurried   forward.    Tlr  route of the  railway  as  decided   upor'  will be as follows:    Beginning at Vernon (railway depot Shuswap  &  Okanagan railway) the route will follow  th-:  east side of Long Lake creek  cross u\  the  foot of  Long   Lake  lo a natural  causeway known as.the "railroad" foi  lowing such, causeway   between   Lonj;  aud Wood lane, thence along   the eas-',  shore of Wood lake by rising grade vi.-i  Black,    crossing    Mission  creek, eight miles  above  Gallaghers'),  and thence along south side of Missioi.  creek, and through  the  valley  of  Hydraulic  creek   to   the  divide    be'.weei-  Kettle river valley aud Okanagan  va;-  ley.    Tne distance from Vernon to tlr.  summit   is  60   miles,   the  grade iu   n  place  more  than   two  per   cent,    Tli<:  pass that will be utilized to get  aero.-:--:  the divide is+,300 feet altitude.    Fro v.;  the summit the road will reach the we.-t  fork valley by easy; descs'iu.,   touching  Beaverdell at   a distance  of  60   miles,  from the summit or  approximately  SO-  miles from Vernon.    From   BeaverdcV:  to Midway a water level route  will   lit  followed.  There are vast areas of farm lauds ir  a high state of  cultivation,   line  frui.  farms aud great stretches of ranch anc  range on the western side of the divid*  which  added   to   the mineral rcsource-  of the west fork country   will   all'orri   ��  j paying business fr un the start.  I     A branch line seven miles  in  lengt'i  ! will run from the south   end   of   Woof  | lake lo Kelowna otic of the piclurosqiif.  ���l ���������         _i_.i j.....    j garden spots of the west.    The   pcopli  Pleasant Evening       '���oi lhc ue*1 fork :i,l(1 u,��ukil"ilg"a"miiy  P j well  congratulate  themselves  on   th.  A   most   enjoyable  "at  home" was . future this project extends to them.  held on Monday  evening   last'at   the-    residence of the Rev. Mr. McKee, bcini; iter, j.  very  largely attended.    Il   taxed   lhc.        LllCk Of a  PrOSpeCtOr  ingenuity of those  who  arranged  the      Five years  ago  Charles   li.   Eiclicl-  program to carry il through.    Deserved   bc-rger was  a   prospecter   in   Arizouc  compliments    to    the    hostess.    Mrs. < He owned a pair  of  overalls,   a   shir'.,  McCtttcheoii,    Mrs    Steven    and  Miss   two b..rros and a couple  ol   iiob-uailc j  Laird,   who   so   ably    assisted.     Tlie   shoes.    One day he climbed a hill   thct  evening's amusements was contributed   raises its  sun-scorched   back   belwcc?.  to by Mrs.   Ehrlich   singing, also   Mr.   the Colorado and Gila  rivers,   and   tlio  Turner.    W. G. Gaunce was in his elc- I nails in his shoes scratched the  form*  ment, speaking aptly and   effectively, '��� tion.    When   he   looked  down  at   tli��-  judging by'' the applause.. A   roaring ' nail marks he nearly went crazy.   Th-  game of parlor football, played  oil  an   rock was spotted aud seamed with golt'  extension table,   fairly threw the folks   He had discovered the King of Arizoir.  into convulsions, and  the   ready   man-   mine, which daily adding thousands <.���'  ner in which the  men came forward to   dollars to the gold output of the   Tern--  play   thev   must  have   thought il was   tory.    He sold his interest for 5250,00.',  highball.    As a representative gather-   and since then has  been   indulging   i;i  ing   it   certainly   was the largest that   the luxuries of life   in   San   Franciso ,  has occurred in Greenwood,   and   most   and has now invested in business   th: l  thoroughly enjoyable. Coupled with  the several pretty pri/.os won in the  game.- played certainly made some of  the fail one's eyes sparkle.  pays him   lc:  more leisure.  -%.   but   which   gives hir.  Smart Boys  i  llov.iiu; officer--    were !  I  games,   ete.  installed by Deputy Grand   Chancellor i  Masquerade Carnival  Hallett: C. i. . A S Euibr.-..-: WC, t".  Pittock: Prelate. K" G I ,on^iey: M. of  W.. G Evans: K. ���>! K. S.. George-  Dougherty; M. of V., ri. C IJ Frith:  M. of E , X McLeod: M. at A., C  Dunne; I. G.. i> Gillis; O. G., A D  Hallett. This is the first public instal-  ! lation ever held in Greenwood.  On ilCwiiiiil ��( ihe ^ siice.-- of  the masquerade carnival last week  Joe Williamhurst has been asked to  give another on February 4. anil will  clu io. This one promises lo be the  best ever held in British Columbia.  Study up vour disgiiine for ihe  occassion.  A i;.iug of kid- e<>iiirregatc in the  publie readint; room every day an.-.  raise >!i<>el. Thev a muse tlieiiiselvc  by ihrowin;; iii,ii;.i.':iie.-. papers an  chairs around the r.*,in. and practising  the western warhoop. Some of the; i  hoodlum- have reached thai perie*  wherein they are neither boys :i'-r mi ���_  -beint; iu eall'nood -too bi;; to I ���:  boys and too small and Alecky to I :  , men.  ^ THE    ttOUND-AIfcX    CREEK    TImjco  g "Wc   Live  to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom |~  B-  but in order to live you must get the best to eat, ~��  g TRy    OUR =S  ii lis. li  lrt   ^*  The Spokesman-Review says:  "'Large shipments of hogs from  3;i>">kane have been made to  Siberia, Russia, aud British Columbia." If theyare of the two-  legged variety that infest Spokane, Russia can have 'em.  British Columbia can rlo without  these grafters.  <K>CKK><><>0<>0<>CK><)<>0<>0<>OOC-CO<>0  A PIPE  CINCH  g       OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON  |The New��� INDEPDNDENT MEAT!/       ^  | K The Union Meat Company |  HimmimmUttliltiUUUmmiU  Che  Boundary Greet Times  Issued Gverv fridav  Duncan  Ross _ Managing  Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pkk  Yisak   Six Months .....  TO   l-'OHlilGN   COONTKIES.  2 'X)  i i:  2 5f'.  FRIDAY.   JANUARY   15.   ITO-t  SITUATION IN KOOTENAY  Mackintosh's cry of protection.  "Kooieuay and Big Bill " is decidedly more encouraging than  ''ex-governor and protection."  The conservatives of Kootenay  have nominated ex-governor  Mackintosh aud he has started  the campaign with protection as  his battle cry. The governor belongs to the rapidly decreasing  band of tory warriors who live in  One glorious days of '78, and who  liave not learnt- the lesson that  ���'hue and the electors of Canada  have beeu teaching in more recent  years. With thein protection is  a panacea aud au elixir. It is a  veritable cure all. What the  mining industry needs is protection; what all industries need  is protection. The governor is  an interesting personality entitled  Lo sympathy. 'Twere better that  he. should have been left to enjoy  the comforts of the Rossland  club, regaling its denizens with  i. a Ies of the glorious -days- in  which that great chieftain, sir  John, lived and flourished. It is  life the governor enjoys. It is  loo bad that he should be led to  the r-. laughter in a political  contest.  The absurdity of a protectionist  ^VoIic^J^aSitlca.riy" exemplified -*-a-t  :he recent meeting oi" the Associated Boards of Trade iu Rossland.  The chairman of governor Mackintosh's  campaign  committee   is  A. H. McNeill. K.C., of Rossland,  a   very- estimable 'citizen,  but   a  tory.     Mr.- McNeil pats the   governor ou the hack  and   re-echoes  ihe cry of protection!  protection!  i>ul   al   the   meeting   referred   to  .vhen Mr. McNeill vvas a business  and a mining man rather than   a  iiolitician,   il   was  refreshing   to  Dr. John Ferguson, speaking  at Toronto ou the Grand Trunk  Pacific a few days ago, contrasted  sir Wilfrid Laurier's plan for another transcontinental railway  with the scheme proposed by R.  L. Borden, leader of the opposition. If Borden's plan were  adoped, he said, no new territory  would be opened up and the enterprise as suggested by liim would  cost about 3150.000,000. Sir Wilfrid's Graud Trunk Pacific project  will only entail obligations to the  extent of ��10,000,000, while at tlie  same time the people will have  assets worth at least $50,000,000.  The new road would open up the.  great west and bring in a second  energetic population to the new  country. "Looking at Laurier's  scheme in comparison with the.  C. P. R. and Borden's scheme, I  think the government made au  extremely hard bargain and an  extremely fortunate one for the  people of Cauada," said Dr.  Ferguson."  Monday the Times received a  letter from the Review Publishing company of Toronto, the envelope being addressed thusly:  "Boundary Line Times, Greenland, li.,' Manitoba." The Review company are publishers of  the history of Canada.  At Nelson Tuesday Big Bill  Galliher was nominated by tbe  liberals of Kootenay for the  dominion house. Bill will be the  member from the new district of  Kootenay for he has no one to  run against.  Not a lead pipe cineli: but we have ...  ducli oil smukurs' utensils In Greenwood camp. Wi: tarry every kind, from  l.he high-priced Mcurchauni lo the low-  priced clay dab. Also tlie lines! 'i _..-  ol    Smokliiir   and   Chewing   Tooaccos.  CIGARS  TO BURN  i  Full line of the best Imported ami  Domestic Ciifars. Try Vm before. they  go up in smoke. We do no! i::irr.\-  smokeloss cigars.    Drop   in   :uul  see us.  M.A.KING&C��  Smokers' Outfitters  Copper St.,    -    GREENWOOD  ���^-W0O<>(>0<KK>0OOO<>0000<>O<K>6  OO0<>0-CKMXK>CK)CK>0OOOOOO<)O<XK)  HAVING ADDED A  Pierpont Morgan has offered  8250,000 for the original manuscript of "Paradise Lost." Wonder what Pierp would give for  the manuscript of "A Romance  of Poplar Creek ?"  Instead of a man sitting down  aud asking, "What's going to be  done for the camp?" it would be  far better for him to get up and  say, "What can we do to push  things along ?"  -TINSHOP  lill i j ah Dowie has threatened  to move himself and colony of  fanatics to Canada. Don't do it,  Lli; Canada has a colony of  fanatics now���the tory party.  The Toronto Mail says: "We  need a. change." Evidently the  Maii cannot stand prosperity.  Blue days under conservative rule  would suit the Mail better.  To my Plumbing- Establishment  am pr-=oarei'. to do all kinds of  TINSIVUTHING AT  SHORTEST UOTICE.  cumace   Grates   and   Stove   Repairs  E-W, BISHOP  The    Most    Complete   Stock   in  the Boundary.  Phone 38      Naden-Fioud Block.  oooo�� ooooooooooooooooooooo  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  "J of the city.  Spokane Falls & Nortliern Railway-Co.  i Kelson & Fort Shcppard Railway Go.  Red Mountains Rail way- Co. ���  Washington & G. ��.. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. &N. Co.  THE NEW  <K��>��><��>��K��K��K''Ww>*'X'***K'l^"?*  % and the  BEST  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects, at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and 0.-R..&  N. Co., for points e;ist,, ->\e��t. and  south; connects,at Rosslaifd. and Nelson with IhoCanaclinn Pacific Ry.  Connects at  Nelson  with  the K. R.  and N..C.O., Knsl.d and K. &-S.:; points.  Connects  at Curlew   with  stag-e for  Greenwood, ami Midway, B.C.  Buffet   cars  run  on   trains between  Spokane,and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22, 1902-  LEAVK AkRIVK  9:25 a. m. Spokane 5:45 p. ni.  10:15 a. m. Rossland        5:10 p. in.  7:00 a. in. Nelson       '   8:00'vp. m.  11:00 a.m.   (Millers. Grand    4:00 p. ni  Forks)  9.15 a. m. Republic        5:40. p. tn.  H. A. JACKSON.  General Passenger Agent,  Spokane. Wash.  Finest Rooms in City  HEATED   BY   STEAM  This house' is 'run upon"-'.cosmopolitan  principles, and the prospector with his  pack is just as welcome as the millionaire with his roll. -The bar is stocked  with the best the distilleries .produce.  Fred ML Munn,   Proprietor  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP  AT THIS  A  Hon. Robert Green, chief commissioner of lands and works,  instead of attending to bis duties  at Victoria, isiu Kootenay organizing" the district for tlie dominion  elections, aud will no doubt  charge his traveling expenses to  tbe provincial treasury. If the  liberals wore in power iu British  Columbia and a cabinet minister  do what Green is doing now, the  tory press of the province would  be asking him to resign.  Labor leader John Burns declares ihat Chamberlain has'no  chance in Scotland and that in  England labor is solid for free  trade."  Bruce is strictly in it. Duncan  Ross, nominee for Yale-Cariboo,  aud Bill Galliher for Kootenay,  are native sous of  Bruce  county.  The last boat that left China  for Vaucouver not a Chinaman  was booked. The $500 head tax  is doing good work.  In spite of the industrial and  financial depression which is  closing down ou the United  States, Cauada continues to prosper, according to the ordinary indications. One of these is the  amount of customs duties collected, fn 1903 there was a great  increase over the customs revenue  of 1902. and this without any  falling olf in the production of  home manufactures.  hear him hold forth asking for  relief from the blighting influences of protection.  In the Kootenay district, at  east, the governor has made the  issue in the contest. On one side  is an estimable old gentleman  who has dreamed dreams since  bS'id, and who still worships  protection; ou the other is  viorous young manhood, enthused  by the glorious possibilities of the  greatest mining district in the  world, always ready aud willing  '.<> do anything that will encour- wrought by the McBride taxation  age the development of its mag- policy. A merchant will be taxed  :iilicent resources. "Big Bill" ���� llis income aud also on his  Galliher is part of the Kootenay. j  Tie knows its requirement, and;  ''!��� has already demonstrated   in a I  Hawthornthwaite's advocacy of  increasing the license fee of the  prospector is meeting with severe  criticism. The prospector is a  worker of the lirst water. The  socialist policy is to help the  workers. Yet to enable him to  support McBride's pawnshop  policy. Plawthornthwaite supported the outrageous proposal to  raise the taxes on the prospector.   NexTThursd^'thrtorie^Mnd-  up at Kamloops to nominate a  candidate for the dominion house  for Yale-Cariboo..  We hate to mention it; but the  Times believes that Duncan Ross  will be the member from Yale-  Cariboo.  The dominion general elections  are not likely to be pulled off before next June.  People are now beginning to see  the gross injustice  that  will  be  wav that  he has   the  getting   just what  is  ��� ���ibslailtia    ol  wanted.  There can lie no doubt regarding the result. There are. ;i few  strong conservatives in Kootenay,  goods as personal property. Any  stock which he carries over from  year to year will be taxed till the  merchant will lind he is simply a  victim of the tax collector.  The   McBride   administration,  like the Chinese, must go.  The   conservatives   are  mittcd to a Diugley tariff.  corn-  No Diugley tariff for Canada.  Just Received-���Iron  Beds, Springs; Mat  trasses,       Kitchen,. *  Dining1 and Rocking- ';'  Chairi.     A fine line  of     Crockery     and  Glassware, Lamps, ��  Cu tie r v an d   PI a ted 2  Ware" X  Razors, Pocket Knives, %  Scissors and Carv- %  ing Sets. $  Hot and Coal Stoves.       X  We buy what vou have %  to sell and sell what tjj!  you have to buy.        1-.  ... RAILWAY . ..  World's Scenic---Route  The. new manager; B. .Tpmkins  has made it the leading hotel of  the Kootenays. ���  MINERAL   ACT:    ���'  Certificate of Improvement..  .''��������� .   ; :, NOTICE. '���'.'''.-. '  Gem,   Big- Bend-anil  Morena, Fractional mineral claims; situate  in tlie Green Wood Mining- Division ..of-.Yale District.    Where located:    In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE,  that   I,  I-sac H. Ilallelt,  Free Miner's Certi fic&le No. BS014U, for myself,  and as agent   tor   George R. Nadeu, "Free Miner's Certiiicate  No.   H41(>55,   and   Edmund   H.  Mortimer,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B80224,  intend;      sixty        days       from       tlie       date  hereof,   lo   apply   to    Hie    Mininir -Recorder  for Certificates of liuimivements for  the pnrpose of obtaining CrtMVu Grants to-Viie above  clainis. -  And furtlier take notice i lial actions, under  section 37, liuist be commenced   before the issuance of sucli certilicates of improvements.  Dated this 10th dav of December, 1903.  1. II. HALLETr.  Direct line.  ,    East.  Winnipeg  Toronto.  Ottawa.  Montreal  New York  Lowest; rates  West.  Vaiicouvcr  Victoria.  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  ! I). I. Ik  > A. L. WHITE & CO.  Next to National Hotel  via Soo Pacific Inne.St. Paul  Chicago and all U. S. points.  S, S. Service From  Vancouver  to  A'-ASKA, JAPAN, CHINA.  HAWAII.  AUSVRALIA  Tlirouirh bookings to England and tlie Con  tiuenl via all S. S. line  For complete information and further particulats  apply to local aijents.or  E. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  MINERAL ACT  1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.   '���Caledonia" and "Gold Dollar Fractional"  mineral clainis, situate in tlie Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located :  On Horse-shoe -Mountain, Main   Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE Hint we Alex. Waddell, E,  Sullivan and JI. McMvnn, Free iMinor's Certificate Nos. BS0.2GG; 1!S0,2(>5, and BS0.182 respectively, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof to apply ��� to 'the. 'Mining. Reorder  for Certificates of-Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.   '-..��� " '        *       - ���' -  Aril furtlier take notice that actions, uuder  section 37, iniist be commenced'befrii'e'tlie issuance of sucli Certificates of Improvements.;  Dated this 7tb day of September, AvD.;-;1903.';  MINERAL, ACT,  Certificate of Improvement:  notice.   '"..'.';':"...". A.  "Alice", and "Plioolie" Mineral Clainif situate  in the Kettle RiverMniingf Division-ofiYale  District. Where I.ocated : Near to Baker  Creek. ,.*;   ;,'  Take Notice that \veiDavidrMcBK<le,James  Cr'. McMynn and M:' McMvnn, -J-FreiS Miner's  t '.artificate Nos. ,B41,8JS; =B4l,��>64i'au'd B54902 respectively, intend, sixty days trom the date  here l, to apply to the Mining Recorder'for  Certilic; tes ofIml>roveiucnts, for the ptirposeof  obta'n. up Crown,Giant of the ahove claim. "-  And further take uotice.that action,. uuder-  section 37. must be commenced before tlie'is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements. '  .:'  Dated-this 11th day of July. 1902.  ���  David  McBride,  James G. McMynk  M. ivLcMtnu.  E. J. COYLE, J.  ~ A^G'P^Am Vancouver"--"  S. CATER,.  ----���DiPfAvKNelson  tobaccos,  Cigars and  Cigarettes  A choice line of the  above good just  received.  FOR SALE  Happy New Year  TO ONE  AND ALL  The outjmt'^of whisky  in Kentucky   this   season   will   only   be  2.^,000.1100  gallons.    This is  jmt !  it is true, but tho  ^real majority ; onuf.     Some   of   the   Kentucky I  if the electors are practical   busi-  colonels    will    have    lo    ��o   (irv  .iess   men    first,   and   politicians! this year.  -,1'terwards.    These are  the   men; ==.���~=   --��� ���-  ...���ho will join the liberals in send-, Chinese Xew Year's occurs  iii��- Mr. Galiiher back to Ottawa, ; February 1 Sth. The Times  :ml thev are the nivn who will i -wishes these monkey-faced scabs  -.urn   a   deaf   ear    to    governor j the season's agonies.  We thank otir patrons  for their liberal patronage in the past. During  1904 we will have a bigger and better stock  than ever.     :      :      :      '���  Eowney's,  ros*,  and  ������  A.  LOGAN   &  OO.  JEWELERS  Copper Street,    *���    Greenwood!  ates.  lust arrived.  A Large assortment of  English Ju Tubes and other  fancy candies.  B. B* Itlunroe  Copper Street.  Transfei of License  Notice is UereliT given that 30 days after date  1    intend   to appl}- to the Hoard of t.iceu.seCom-  { niisstoners tor   tlie   city   nf (Ireenwood for  a  j trarsfer of the lii|unr license now Held by me to  j Oilliert Ouiidereuii for the   premises  known as  tlie Victoria Hotel,  situate on   Lot 2-t block 12.  Copper street Gieenwood.  C. SCOTT GALLOWAY.  Slated IX-cem'jer 26th 1903.  Well Known  Stock Ranch  640 ACRES  ���  50 ACRES in Timothy and Grasses  100 Feet Hay and Cattle Sheds  35 Acres Hog. Pasture, hog proof  fence, creek running through  YOUNG ORCHARD, just coming  into bearing.  all floored.  money in HOGS.  CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.  BERRIES grow to perfection,  bringing $2 to S3 a crate.  UNLIMITED RANGE for horses  and cattle.  If you want rosy cheeks and a fat  purse raise stock, the healthiest vocation and the Boundary is positively  the best market in the world. This is  practically the BEST STOCK RANCH  in Southern British Columbia for the  money.  Inquire at TIMES  oflice or  STOOKE BROS., 4 miles  North of Midway.  EAGLE    HALL  Recently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply t<*     ���  C. VV. WILSON,   Secretary.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MAY DAY, DEER'TRAIL, AND DIAMOND  JOE Fractional Miueral Clalu s, situate ;iu  the   Greenwood Miuiiij*. Division   of Yale  '- District. ���'Wiere located:  'Between  Greenwood and Suinmit'catups. ���-  TAKE NOIICE,that-l,;isaac H. Hallett.4;.as  ; agent  for  Jaue  Russell,  Free   Miner's  Certificate  N6.:BSS29s; .Wellinirtou" Elson, Free  Miner's    Certificate'  No.    B55328,  aui    Evan  Parrj-,    ��� Free; .[Miner's    - Certificate      No.  B80121,       intend sixty-      days from  the date, hereof, to . apply to the Mining  Recorder for Certificates of Iniprovetnejtts,'for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grant! of the  above : lalms.  And further take notice that actions, under  Section 37, must be commenced before  suatice of such Certilicates of Improvements;'  Dated this30th dayof November, A.D. 1903."  *Mar4 . 1. U. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.*  Certificate of Improvements.  , NOTICE.-  ���'RICHELIEU" .Mineral Claim, ��ituau-   .�� tli��  Greenwood Mining Divlslo.i of Yale District.   Where located :   On Noise Creek on.  -  West Fork of Kettle Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac U. Hallatt,  as agent for Wellington H. Craig,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B80223, and  William Wellington Cralg-.FreeMiner'sCerUfi-  cate No. B80222, Intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, toapplyto the Mining Recorder  for a certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining crowngranl of theabe.TS  claim. -  And   further lake uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the.ia-  suanceof such certificates of improvements.-  Dated t!ie30th day of October, A.D. 1903.  Jan. 3i 1. H. HALLETT.. ���  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CITY    OF    PARIS   Mineral    Claim^   sitnute  in     the      Greenwood     Miuing    IMvislon  of Yale District.   Wherelocated:    On Wal-  1 ace Mountain.      -  TAKE   NOTICE   that 1, Isaac H.   HalleM,  Free Miner's   Certificate No. B ?0140. intend,  sixty days, from the date hereof,-'to apply to thf.  Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Cttrarn  Grant of the above claim.  And further talte notice that action, ttcd'er  section 37, must be ��:imuuenced before the'issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. -  Dated this 1st day of September, A. D-, If.03.  Jan. 15 I. H. HALLETT .  NOTICE  NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN TI CAT  sixty days after date we intend to a pply  io th-- Chiel Commissioner of Lauds and IT prks  for permission to purchase tin; followinj g-de-  scribed hinds: Commencing at the. nortl awest  corner of loi No. 202b: theuce west along north  boundary '���*' '"��� -*r-" -w"' '*    lot  No. '  2336, to  the northwest corner of lot No. 843; thenee  south along west boundary of lot NO . 848, to  point of commencement, containing a' bout 147  acres.  ROBERT HAMILTO   N  SAMUEL   G.  STOOJ  CR.  Dated the first cay of January, 1904,  V. ��������\  (  \(.  %  .1  t  "to!  I  n-iii;   BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES  Y  nectory.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  . Wholesale and Retail;Meat Merchants.  AGENTS/COLLECTORS, ETC  :       FKKDB. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,-   Janitor.      Large  warehouse for storing goods.  ��� P.O. Box 25     Residence opp. city hall.  ASSAY ERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH.  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.'.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  wiLSON;;&:co.r--:  Merchant Tailors.        . Greenwood, St.  BARBER SHOPS.  DESTINY  Three roses,   wan  as  moonlight,  and  weighed down,  Each   with  its   loveliness   as  with "a  crown,  Drooped   in   a   fh. fist's   window   in   a  tow II.  The   lirst -a. lover bought.    It  lay  at  rest,  Like  flower on  flower, that  night on  Beiiuty's breast. 1  The second rise, as virginal   and  fair*,  Shrunk iii thv; tanglesof a harlot's hair.  The  third,  t. widow,, with ��� new grief  made -wild, j  Shut in the ic-.y palm of her dead child.  LOOKS GOOD  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W. FRA\vi.EY,';Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs iu city.     Baths  25c:  Razors Honed.  Copper Stree*.       -     Greenwood, B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  U A.RKISTKKSr SOLICITORS,  HA.I.LBTT.'*  Address I  1'Bedford M'Nci IPs  ") Murcing & Ncal's  ( Leiber's.  i. H. .HALLBTT.  Greenwood,  B. O,  il. C. SHAW,  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Millerblock. Copper/street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J. P. McLeod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood,- B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Ollice with Gaunce a: Wickwire.  '������'.'������"���' Telephone No.32.     .  GREENWOOD.    ;      :      ;      ;    B, O.  Report of  City   Engineer   Johnson  ��� forthe Year 1903  Th'e.f olio wingis the, report of city  engineer Sidney M. Johnson fur the  year 1903 :  Greenwood, January 8, 1904.  To the Mayorand Aldermen of the City  of Greenwood :  Sirs: I beg to submit iny annual report for the year ending December  31st, 1903.  Whilst no work of great/ magnitude  has been undertaken .during the year,  and-the' expenditure on construction and maintenance of streets  being limited to a total expenditure of  $3123.46, yet many minor works have  been completed, and. the streets on  which'the -water mains were laid have  been graded to a width sufficient- to  protect the pipes from frost.  A four foot walk was laid from  Louisa street to the northern limits of  the city, a total distance of 4460 feet,  as well as 13��0 feet of six foot vralk on  Kimberly avenue and Gold street.  The wooden culvert in the rear of the  Auditorium was continued north to the  original channel of Boundary creek  facilitating the carrying oil' of. the  ���water iii the spring-. Fortunately the  ���water was nor very high in Boundary  creek this year and little diunage was  caused along the banks. Th�� only expenditure during the year on this  account was lor some crib work above  Louisa street, which should be continued this vear������ in order to prevent  furtlier damage, to streets and pro  perty The city team vvas kept upon  useful work and repairs during the  summer and helped materially to reduce the cos" of work, besides doing,  the street sprinkling.  Subtended -vill be found an itemized  list of the work undertaken and cost.  Sundry    repairs     and ;:  and   street cleaning        ;  including    time     of  city team charged to '  streets:  General  . .....:..... S 385 /5  City team:...... -...a.....:.... ..   492 00  extension to exceed 1901.    The decrease  from consumption has been  from business houses and   not   from   residences,  as the table given below will show:  ^ear    Total Receipts Distribution  1901���S3243 50���Residences     . S 230 00  Business     2963 50  1902���$2901 45���Residences .    S 290 00  / - Business  2611 45  :'1903���$2874 70���Residences 5 360 00  - Business      2514 70  There are at present 16  services  out  'of .commission,   consisting   of    eight >  lawn or house services, and eight busi- j  ness    services,   including   one   livery I  stable and four hotels. i  Owing to the  extensions  to  system ;  and increasing  population   I   estimate  tlie re.-eipts for 1904 at S3400.    Respectfully submitted,  Sidney M. Johnson,  City Engineer.  Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days  l''or several mouths our younger  bri.nlier had been ' troubled with itidi-  gesiion. He tried remedies  Inn iv>l im bent-lit from them. We purchase.! nuincof Chamberlain's Stomach  ami Liver Tahlels and he commenced  taking them. Inside ol thirty days he  had gained thirty pounds in flesh.  He is imw fully recovered.���Hoi.i.KY  Bkos., Merchants, Lung Branch, Mo.  Ki.r sale by J. L. While Greenwood and  A    !���"   Thomas Midway.  BOUNDLESS BOUNDARY  For Sale Cheap.  A sfood set of No. S sleighs.    Impure of  S.  Taylor. Commercial lloli'l. l-'.holi 1!. C.  NOTICE  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Alnlng and Engineering Surveys.  ", Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block In'ext Customs office.)  ���'-..' ��� GREENWOOD, B. C.  DRINK ...  A LIFE  On sale at all the hotels.  Churchstreet grading between  Ida and Wcod streets.   Louisa street, grading east of  - Copper street   Wood street, grading between  Kimberly avenue and Church  street ���'....}.       Government   street    sidewalk,  Louisa to northern   limits   Louisa   Street   sidewalk,  Kiiiir  berlv, ayuniiv: to.government..  Kiinliefly     avenue    sidewalk,  Deadwood lo Providence  Kimberly     avenue  ..sidewalk;  rTiouisaTro''AVoSd^frfrrrr^ "Aaata^  Gold street sidewalk,  Al-' to  ���-'' Mill'; .. ..      .  Extension oi'culvert in   rv.nof  - .'Auditorium   Crossing   on   Greenwood   and  Government      30 00  Boundary creek protection     works ' above  Louisa   .           133 60   133 60  87/  73  248  15  434  80  33  15  528  20  32  00  197  13/  40  -05  149 00  322  36  BOTTLED BY  JAMESM'CREATH  ...-.- .-������-��� Bottlers1 of'--Flttfe'La'tfer BeeVatid  Manufacturers of all kinds-of  Ciirbouated Beverapes.  _  FURNITURE  MPMS   a  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The.largest   hotels and  liuest  residences iu B.C. were furnished by' us throughout  WE1LER BROS.  VICTORIA, B.C.  S3123 46  Big   Mining,   Big   Profits and   Big  Dividends  Seattle Press-Times  The day of experiment in miuing in  the Boundary has passed, and the day  of big things���big mining, big profits,  big dividends has dawned For the  last four'years the mining world has  been watching this neck of the woods,  wondering what the result would be.  Everybody wlio visited the section confessed to the presence of the 'greatest  copper-gold ore bodies known, but  nearly everybody was for a long time  in doubt as to the issue, for- every bpdy  admitted that the ore was low grade.  A few intrepid spirits had convictions  that theore could be mined and smelted  profitably. Their backers were willing to risk money on their judgment  and so development hits gone forward  persistently, steadily. The year 1903  saw three-fourths of a million tons of  ore mined and smelted in the Boundary.  The slogan for 1904 is for a million ton  output at leasts  When four years ago not a ton of ore  was smelted in the district, and very  few tons mined, today ten furnaces are  in commission, and the close of 1904  will find that number doubled, if present plans ar: carried out. Years of  experiments���the intervening years-  have demonstrated the wisdom of the  courageous ones wlio poured millions  of dollars out in enterprise. The  Granby aud the Mother Lode, have become proyerbj for cheap mining and  smelting. The Snowshoe, Denoro,  and others have been pressing hard in  their fo'otsteps. Many hundreds of  men are earning profitable wages out  of these mines and several thousands  of mouths are being fed out of the  glory holes of the district.'  Enlargements of plants, extensions  of plans, amalgamation of interests  are the order of the day.  Meantime the development of the  new future of the camp, high grade  ore, goes forward very satisfactorily.  A half-dozen of these properties are  being-worked,.-in every instance profitably. Running all the way from  $2000 to SS000 in net values per car,  they give employment to a large number of men and yield handsome margins to their owners and operators.  The result is that mining is now on an  ji.ssuTAdJiasisj in^ thejiouud.ary. Th e  money, new money, is now coming out  of the ground at a marvelous rate. The  people always had unlimited faith in  the country, but the day of needed  faith is past.   .  The New Year looks bright for the  Boundary. The country will soon be  independent of the money market and  money centers. A steady demand at  fair prices for this one staple ptoduut  is all that is needed.  During the panic of 1893 and the sub  sequent depression Butte was pros-  perous'because its wealth came from  the ground. This Canadian camp,  destined to be greater ' than Butte, is  not listening for the voice of Wall  Street, has no ear to the ground for the  rumblings of panic or presidential  year issues.  NOTICK IS UKKK11Y 01V1JN T.iAT Amplication will lie matle to ilie I.e^iHliilive  Assembly of ihe-Province of Hiilisli Columbia  at the. present session thereof by Hie O itnfoy  Consolidated Mininjf, Snifltinjj ami Power  i!i>iii|i��iir. Limited, for an act lo.-intend thesaid  compiinv's Special aet of incorporation being  chapter 75 of tlie acts of the said Legislative  Assembly. 1001. so as to empower 'he said company to drive or construct a tunnel or tunnels  under, throiifjii or in the mountain on which the  mines cf tne said comos ny at Phoenix, in the  Greeuwood Mining,'' 1)1 vision of Yale district,  are located. The portal or portals of said tunnel or tunnels lo be at some point or points on  the side or base of said mountain lo he seleeied  by said company Iroiu whicn point or points  the said tunnel or tunnels may he driven ar  constructed through any crown lauds or any  occupied or unoccupied lauds, pre-emptions or  miueral clainis of any person or persons, company or companies situate on or in said mountain, to and into ilu" mines or mineral claims of  said company; with power to construct, equip  and operate a line or lines of tramway in said  tunnel aud to transport ore and. other freight  lliereover; with liberty to enter ititoayreemeuts  wiih the owners of mineral claims or mines  tnrouyli which such uiniiel or tunnels may be  driven, for the transportation of their ore or  o-.her freijrlu foi hire, and wilh the further acquire by purchase expropriation or  otherwise that portion of the lands ihroiiirh  which such tuimei'or tunnels shall be driven as  shall be actually occupied by such tunnel and  required to protect from injury the walls, roof  anil lloor thereof: and further lo acquire by  purchase, expropriation orothenvisc such lands  adjacent to or in the neighborhood of the portal  or portals of such ..mnicl or tunnels as said  company may deem requisite for the erection,  equipment aiid operation thereon of works for  the milling-, smelt iny. reliuiutf or otherwise re-  duc'ui|r or treatintr ores or minerals, and for lhc  purpose of providini'-duiupitiK' grounds for Uie  waste rock, tailing-s, slays, or other waste  materials resulting from the company's operations, and also such lands or other property  and riyhts as may be injuriously; affected by  the company's .undertaking ami works.  Dated November 25th, 1103.     .  D. WHITESIDE,   A A-  ���< __ ;   Crand Vorks; IJ. C.  janS - " -. Solicitor ��(ir Applicants.  COMMERCIAL HOTEL  RE-OPENING OF  DINING   ROOM ...  The Dining- Room has lately been refitted and  refurnished   wm  and will be run in first-class style.  EVERYTHING   IN   SEASON  Meals 35 cents. Special rates to steady boarder  ����  (r**    '   ���~  Cr-<  ff**  Cr*  CP<  (r*  (r*  (F*  Cr*  CP<  Cr*  (r*  S)  (r*  Cr*  Cr*  (F*  Cr*  Cr"-  Cr*  Capilal, all paid up,-$13,973,560.  Best $10,000,01)!).  President.    Lomi iicon-a and Mount Kov.ii..  Vice-President:    Hon. lii-riKrsi: A. Dkuji.mond.  General Manager:    K. S   Ci.ouston.  Branches in London,Eng- \a^^i/^SL\ New York,-Chicago. and sell Sterling- Exctiaii(fe and Cable Transfers ; Grain Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part ofthe world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  l��e .  !^=r*  1>=  wmmmmmtomzmms*  In tlie Superior Court of British Columbia  Iirthe Matter ofthe Land Registry Act  and Amending Acts-  PHE CANADIAN K^^K OF COMMERCE |  With Which is Incorporated m.  HE* BAM-'OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.   I  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO. |5  Capital, $8,700,000.  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.  Rest, $3,000,000 f  8. E. WALKER. General Manager    D'  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  ANU IN THE MATTER' OF AN APPLI--  cation hy the Granby'Consolidated Mininir  and Snieltiujjr Company, Limited, and the  Granhy Consolidated Miuiu-L', Siuehiii(.r and  Power" Company, Limited, for liberty to  anienil or alter a'plan or survey of a subdivision of lots eight hu'iulred and ninety-  four (S')4), nine hundred aud twenty-two *''-2;,  nine huudred aud thirty-three (9H:i;, and live  liuitdrecl aud eijfhty-niiiet.W.';. yroup one il),  Osoyoos Division of .Yale district, in the  Province of liritish Columbia, deposited in  the Land Registry office.  In Chajihehs  Belorc the llonourahle  The Chief Justice  ' I?ridai , the.  lot It dav  fof October, A. IJ. i'Wj.  m  yfiv  I telil I HI W  'if "-���<�����  Smoky Meat  C        - .  The best 5-cent ciyurs are for sale at  Stover's meat market���Orient Journal.  Stover should also carry, a full line of  baby carriages, scrap iron, etc  WATKKWUKKS  Duriiij; the vear a four iin-.h main  was laid from the corner of Church and  Providence to the corner of Kimberly.  iivenue and Wood street, ;t dUi.tiiee of  1846 feel. This main was connected to  the 2',-i- pipe laid bv ll.o Canadian  Pacific railway at ttie corner of Kimberly avenue and Louisa ..street, and  for this service the r.ithvav . p:i.v< 15200  per year. The cost uf this extension  was as follows:   .-..  Pipe  ...........:   ,S 641 84  Freight and cartage  ',,    183 4���  Laying-,.including engineering-   617 84  Hydrants and valves    144 00  S1587 On  The rcveni.e derived from this extension is at jresent S284 per year, or  18 per cent pi r annum, and I estimate  that before midsummer theincome will  exceed 25 per cent, besides the great  advantage of extending the tire protection syste ii. Two two-inch mains  were also ins ailed, one from the corner of Woo 1 street and Kimberly  avenue to the hospital and paid for by  the hospital ; uthonties by adv nice.s of  water rates t-ir four years; tin; o chert a severe cold. She complained nf pains  was laid ou Government street from ��� in her chest and a had cotiyli. I gave  the main oi Greenwood U> Dundee j her Chair-hci'lain's i.'ou^h K'Mtn-dv ;tc-  street; the co it of lliis extension was \ cording to directions and in two days  k S48, or 25 per cent of ! she was well and able   lu   |^o l<,  Good Dog  "He's a homely dog," said Mrs. Vray,  "but he has a wonderful pedigree. His  mother, his grandmother, his great-  grandmother and his great-great-grand  mother all lived iu Methodist families.  Upon Uie application of lhc Granhy Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, Limited  and the (iraiiby-Coiisolidatcd Miirn'tr. Smelting  and Power Company, Limited, upon hearing;  read the affidavit of George W. Wooster, sworn  herein on the 13th day of September, 1'JOl, and  the exhibit therein referred lo aud duly liled,  the affidavit of Oivu 11. Smith, sworn herein  the 1.3th day of September. I'Jlll, as to. the service and publication of the summons herein,  aud upon heariii}; Mr. -J. A. iMacdoiialtl uf  counsel for the applicants:  It is ordered that the said (liauby Consolidated Mitiiniraiul Sniollimr Company. Lii'ited,  aud the Urn it by Consolidated Miniuu-. Smeliinn-  and Power Company, Limited, be at liberty to  amend aud alter the said map or survey of a*  subdivision of lots eiirlit hundred anil ninety -  fonr|S94J. nine hundred ami tweuly-lwo !'>2.'l,  nine liuudrert and iliirty-tltiee f'J3.>J, and live  hintdied and ei(;lity-iiiiie US'JJ. trroup one [IJ.  O.-oyoos division of Yule district, in tile Province of lit' lish Columbia, deposited iu the  Land-Keg-isti-y olliceiat-the^City^J. JCaniJ.oops,,  iu the said 'Province and therein numbered  sistv. fill, sucli subdivision beiue' commonly  known ;is"l'lioeuix Old Ironsides Subdivision.*"  bv straight -uintr out Old Iroiisides avenue  mentioned and shown on said plan or survey  bv conlinuiuy the said stiev.l or aveum- from ilie  noi'llitvesl corner ol lot fourteen. H. in .block  twelve. 12, as shown oil the said plan or survey,  in tne same.straight Hue as that portion of ihe  saiil street or avenue which lies to the east of  lite said northwest corner of said lot toiirleen.  I-I, as show., on said plan orsimev, by alter'nti;  and aineudiiii; the tueasureiueiits and si/:es of  lots lil'ieen, 15, to tweiitv-uiue, 25), inclusive in  said block twelve, 12, aeeordiuirly. and by cancelling such portion of the snid plan or survey  as sub-divides any part or said subdivision, or  lauds lying tothesouth of such portion of said  street or avenue proposed to be altered and  amended, such alterations curl amendments  "being more particularly shown in red ink on a  blue print ot thesaid plan or survey altered and  amended as sought in this application, marked  lis exhibit "A" lo an affidavit of George \V.  Wooster sworn herein aud duly liled:  Aud it is iurtlier ordered that, said Granbv  Consolidated Mining and Smelting Uoiiip-nie,  Limited, and the Granby Consolidated .Y iniiig.  Smelting and Power Company. Limited, In: at  liberty to file or deposit the same map or plan  as amende i in the Land Kegistry oflice at ihe  Citv of Kamloops aforesaid, and that ihe Kegis  trar of Titles at the said Land Registry office  do forthwith after the expiration of Ihe period  hereinafter incniioned. which application may  be made to set aside, this order, amended ami  alter said registered map or numbered sixty, 6(1,  iu said Land Registry office ill accordance with  litis order;  And it Is further ordered thai a copy "��� Ihis  order be inserted once a week for four coiisecu-  livo weeks iu the. Itoiindary Creek Times, published at (ireeuwood. in the district in which  tho s-,id lmids mentioned in the said plan are.  situate;  And it i.s further ordered that any person or  persons, fi nil or linns, corporation or corpoi-  ations, interested in the subject matter of this  order mav be at liberty lo move before it judge  of litis Court in Chambers to set aside this order  al any lime within one mouth from the lirst  publication hereof as aforesaid.  GORDON UUNTKR:'  janl-tl l-  -'���  *iv��  fafa  P  M  W"A  CEO. II JiADES,  Manager,''���  {\\'A  i  %���  =v^'  r>'.-  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix   Fire Assurance The British   America   A.ssur-  Co. of London, Knglaud. ance Co., of Toronto.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe  Insurance Company.  The   Canadian   Uirkbeelc   'in  ��vestiiitnl and Savings Co.  MIKES.  STOCKS,  HEAL KSTATF.  <n  FY.  V  r  o\-:-  ���NBt  ST,  Leaves Greenwood'(\a. in.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.n-.  Leaves-.Grand Forks 3.45 \i. u...  Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood S p. in.  Fare    Grand Forks  63.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix SI.00      Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents. o  Great Northern express rates  made kr.own at ollice.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  An Attack of Pneumonia Warded off  "Some time ago my daughter caught  Comfortable Rooms.  Everytliinff-First Class-  THE SWAYNE  HOUSE,  Silver  Street,  Green wooa,  *4^<^>��^<^X"X^:��>x~:~:~x~>*  SllJ8 and rev  cost.  During tht- year seven services were  installed in addition to the C. P. R.  and hospital it a total cost ol 5110.20;  lees received for same. 572.50, which  shows the wi idoin of your amendment  to the bylaw ;liarging portions of such  inst; Imenls   o the consumer.  The total r :venue for the year shows  a snail c;e< rease as compared with  1902, as 19i 2 did with 1901, but the  receipts for 1X14 promise on account of  FOK KENT���Boarding; house convenient to the smeller. Apply at the  premires opposite Lion l>oUiilif�� works  or to the Bealey Investment &  company.  POtfTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietor  ASK  FOR  1*2 8  iWlll     I  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops. Till! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  schno!  I have UKcd lliis remedy  in my   fa:i ily  for the past seven years and have never  known it to fail," says James Prender-  jjast, merchant, Annatti Bav, Jamaica,  West India Islands.    The   pains in the j  chest indicated au   approaching attack  of pneumonia, which in   this  instance  was undoubtedly warded off by   Cham-  berlain"s  Cou^h Remedy-    It  con iter-  acts  any   tendency  of  a  cold   toward  pneumonia.    For sale by J.   L-   White j  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas Midway  sSS^g��SS��i^S^^^Z^^ S^^^aS^^^@&Sil^i^^2SSS��S^i2>��^^  CYCLOPS -MINING  :-h:-.-f.;i-t--%5re��w��Be��JfH��ww,^Kf5!5'  bnUt.5 Awii til La  tczs^rstrtc-^easx:^:-  ;-���%5^e��^s^^���e��^H��l������,^��=ra5?'T~���?���i.r^����c;!*  -SESSSmjS.:  LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., ltd.  :':-   -;-'*i':::NWOOD. >*"=  THE   .HOtJJHDAJtX    CRJSEK    TIale/c  ^-->OCKM>00<X>0<)<1<K>CK>000<>C>00<>0  g LOCAL   EXTRACT 2  o y  ; oooooooooooooooooooa ooooo  Latest  Currie.  in      leggings ��� Policeman  The   ghost   walked  Lode Wednesday.  at   the   Mother i  Charley Roth well returned to the  citv Monday from Kalispel.  Smith Curtis of Kossland visited the  tiro Denoro mine this week.  I. N. Bernard, who is suffering from  stomach troubles., is very low.  Mrs. W. D. Flinn and family arrived from Spokane last Saturday.  Grand Forks is without a restaurant;  but the livery stables sell hay and oats.  William Frawley left Sunday morning- for one of the famous southern  health resorts.  0. S. Floyd .leaves for the Knee Hill  valley, Alberta, next month, to embark in the cattle business.  Greenwood went dry yesterday, all  the taverns being closed between the  hours of 9 a. in. aud 7 a. ra.  Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ashcroft left ou  Monday on a visi': to the principle  mining' centres of Kootenay.  Boundary Valley lodge, No. 38,  I. O. O. F., will entertain their friends  and visiting brothers ou the 28th inst.  The steel converter buildiug at the  Greenwood smelter is almost up, and  the stack for the converter  is finished.  The new bridge across Boundary  creek at Anaconda is linished. This  connects   east   aud   west    Anaconda.  The Commercial hotel diniug room  i.s becoming popular. While the  guests are at dinner an orchestra provides music.  At a specia'   meeting  of   the  Green  v,;ood Curling  CIuli  on   Moticl.iy   even-  wig'    Harry    VV.   F.ilco'tier   was  elecled  :,eereluiy ire.istii er.  .1. R. Brown. M P.P., left lor Victoria  Monday. Mrs. Brown did not accompany Iii.n, but left the s<tine day (or  Spokane to visit friends.  The .. iunipeg mine will lie sold a:  iiublic auction on the 28 th itisi.ittt l-  satisfy a judgment of $12,000 secured  by the Bank of Montreal.  1. Robert Jacobs came over from  Rossland this week to say good bye to  his Greenwood friends. Mr. Jacobs  ieft Thursday for Montreal.  John Hamlin is back from the  Meyer's creek camp and reports quite  an excitement there, and most of the  properties showing tip well.  Born���Ou Tuesday, January 12 at  the residence on Kimberly' avenue, the  wife of Fred. M. Munn a daughter.  Mother and child doing well.  '���What Happened to Jones," one of  ihe most pronounced comedy successes  of the past 10 years, will be presented  in the Auditorium on February 9.  It is reported that a leap year dance;  managed entirely by ladies, will be  pulled otT shortly in Greenwood. The  Times^ devil^ says this is so sudden.  In the good old days around this  oamp the cayooles ran over the mineral  claims and did their yapping. Now  it is the two-legged fraternity who  tio it.  A mining expert, operating for one  of the biggest mining companies in tlie  United States, is iu town for the purpose of looking al some of the surrounding properties.  Detective Currie, the Bill Shannon of  Greenwood, is camping on the trail of  the booster and pianoplayer these days.  Four of these gentlemen were ordered  out of town yesterday.  Henry Bret/cen, au old time prospect  >r of the Boundary, returned to Greenwood    last   week,    after   spending    a  ;ood   many   months panning out  the  ���-���ellow metal at Poplar.  A meeting ofthe Greenwood Liheral-  Oouscrvativo association will be held  ui K. G. Warren's office ou Monday  evening, December 18, for the purpose  of electing-delegates lo the Kamloops  convention.  T. Pieckart of the Arlington has  been confined lo his room for the past  : ct weeks. Tom ate loo mucli Christ-  nas dinner and has the gout. [Later  . -After hearing the result of yesterday's election Tom fainted ami has  beenin a slot machine stupor ever since.  The January number of lhc Western  Star, published by the Boys' Literary  -Society of the Greenwood Methodist  ��� liureh has made its appearance. As  usual, art printer E. McCutchcoii did  rood work, and the gray matter of the  editors is heavy. Local merchants,  from the butchers to dealers in smokers' utensils, carry good ads iu the  Star.  AJ>"iil <-ii;h1 iioh<*s of snow fell in  ;r��'< it ���������'������ ->d Moiid.iv nij;hl. .ind navi-  u^li.M mi llic ,!!-!������-,-; Tuvsilay morning  -.-.-as disagree.! ble. The tire team  are cat in -t; their he.uu otT, should be  bitched to a snow-plow anil the sidewalks cleared every time there's an  -���xtra fall of the beautiful. Or the  idle city policemen might be staked to  a shovel and put to work.  ry.TwiTit.MumJ-  "m-  apov  Dr. Mathison relumed from Phoenix  today.   .  Fresh bananas just received ;il  Monroe's.  Charles M. McMichael of Camp McKinney was a visitor Wednesday.  Born, on Thursday, January 14th,  the wiffeo'f George Williams, of a  son.  Try the O. K. barber shop for electric, medicated, vapor or sulphur  baths.  A tiny little baby girl arrived at the  residence of city clerk TaylDr on  Thursday.  Last Friday night Phoenix curlers  defeated Greenwood. Tbe ice, like the  local curlers, was poor.  Considerable money changed hands  yesterday over the election. The old  saying is true: "A fool and his money  is soon parted."  At the Greenwood post office on  and  after next Monday all mails will close  ,t  at 1.45 instead of 2.15.    Lovers  should  make a note of this.  Mr. and Mrs W. M. Frith, returned  to Greenwood Wednesday. T,hey will  beat home at their residence on- Long  Lake street, after February 1.  The Best Remedy for Croup  T'.iis is i In- >t*;;s&n when, the woman  ���;��� c know.-. Hit- best remedy for croup is  i.-' d. mand in every neighborhood.  <"'ni ol tin most ternole things in the  .���.i'i-lij is to Vie rtwaUcncd in the middle  id iht night ot ihe night by ��� a whoop  ituiii one of the children The croup  remedies are almost assure lobe lost  in cabe of croup, as a levolver is sure lo  hi' I'lf-t in caseof burglars. There used  in be .in old fashioned remedy for  croup, known as hive syrup, but some  modern mothers say that Chr.mber-  h:iirs Cough Remidy is better, and  does not cost so much. It causes the  patient lo "throw up the plegm"  quicker, aud gives relief  in a shorter time.        Give  this remedy as soon as the croupy  cough appears and il will prevent the  attack. 11 never fails and is pleasant  and safe to take. For sale by J. L.  White Greenwood and A. F. Thomas  Midway.  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  No: 38. 1.0. 0. F.  Meets  ev��-ry   Tm-siliv  Ivvetiiiij; at 8 00 in  the  I. 0. O. F.  Hall.     A' cordial luvi union isex  tftniiicl to :ill sujuurnin^ lircthcrn.  E. Fovi.e Smith", Frkd B. Holmes.  N. G. Rue-Sec.  ^������*&.*&&^:��gTg^^-e^r.t'i.-&^*S;��:^@^  J,  AMALGAMATE  The   B.   C.   Copper ? Company   and  Snow Shoe Deal  After the British Columbia Copper  company directors' meeting in New  York Tuesday last, it was officially announced that sufficient stock had been  deposited with the Continental. Trust  company to guarantee a successful  merger with the Snowshoe, under the  proposed plan whereby both will be acquired by the new company with $5,000,-  000 capital.  Immediate steps will be taken lo form  the new corporation. The British Col  'umbia..shareholder*, get S3,075,000 of  the stock iu exchange, less the expense  of consolidation, bat in no event less  than two and o.k' ti i'th shares new for  each aud eviry share. The Snowshoe.  gets one and one eighth shares new for  each old.  The British Columbia Copper company owns the Mother Lo.le mine .itid  the smeller at Greenwood, and the  Snowshoe company, an English con  cern. owns the Snowshoe miue iu the  same district.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  AND  CHEMIST  Successor   to    Walter    IC.   Segsworth  Control Assays a Specialty  Ore Shipments to Local Smelters Carefully Attended to.  S. BARRY YU'ILL  Greenwood "Wins  The Phoenix aggregation of hockey  heavyweights played the local lightweights at the Greenwood rink Wednesday riighl, before a large crowd of  spectators, and the home team won by  a score of 8 to 7. The game was fast  and furious and at times very rough,  the heavyweights doiug considerable  chopping, but the lightweights got  next lo their game and gave their opponents the same medicine. Admirers  of the lightweights helped them along  by rooting. It was a good game. The  Greenwood boys played hockey as it is  played in .Winnipeg, while the  Phoenix team played shinney as it is  played in Spokane.  Queries  C. I., Nelson���No; the editor of this  paper is not the author of that beautiful poesy, '"I'm old and only iu the  way." Write Dave Carley, editor of  the Economist.    He may be the author.  Billy, Phoenix���If a mineral claim is  located on the 29th of February this  year, when does it run out? It ought  to run out between 2 o'clock and the  Anaconda News oflice the same day.  P. K.. Eholt--What is the politics of  the Phoenix Pioneer ? It hasn't any.  It is open to all parties, influenced  by none���except for a consideration.  Methodist, Midway���In a game of  cribbage 1 hold four lives, and in cutting the cards turn up another five;  what's in the hand? Give us a rest!  How old is Ann?  Christian, Anaconda-���What i? the  best brand of whisky to drink '! We  do not know. The Times' staff drink  iron brew.  Minnie, Grand Forks���What is acme  for large feet ? Amputate them.  Minnie, dear.  Bob, Cascade City���Was Hector ever  president of the United States? No.  Hector is greater than any American  president.    He is Jack Lucy's dog.  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES "SHARPENED.  PAINTING AND-  SIGN WORK.  i Copper St.    C  *  Blank Books  Ledgers  Journals  Cash Books  Minute Books, Etc.  ��?.  <?.  m  w  ���V.  owa��o*��sttao*��e*o��*o*����*��tto��*.o����o*��������#***��*��������������*��ft  OHiCB and Pocket Diaries for 1904 f  A complete line of office requisites always in. stock.  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. L. CoIks.  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies. Etc.  ���^���&s:-SS��3S9SSii  *f sp jr tp ��r jf jf jp ��f if- jp a? as1& j? j? j?  BUY   NOW  TOMORROW  MAY BE TOO LATE  fc  "/.  ���\  ��� fc  Hayintf secured at! option ou  Inter- ��  national Coal and Coke Company's *���  shares  I will sell  same at market �������  limitations.     Tuts   is a (food    buy. r  Money invested  today *  you on the suun.vside'uf lSa*y street ^  "tomorrow.    Crow's Nest share are ��  quoted at SUM.   It'our years ajru they *���  sold at') cents. *&  F.W. mglaineX  a  -2  *���  *  fi  fi  *  ��  a  fi  fi  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  0  ��  ft  ft  *.l  '��  ��    ��   '-t"-'   ��   /.'  ���    THE OLD RELIABLE  ft  ft  ft  The world's largest Packing Houses showed  themselves too eager to seGtire  all  of the  Japan orders for packing house products, in  ,���;.  consequence  of   which   prices, have taken a %  momentary slump, t'q?|ii6Wto<"lay  HEAVY HAMS              - 15 l-2c per pound  MEDIUM HAMS 16 l-2c per pound  NARROW B MCOfl^     :....-.r 16 l-2c per pound  WIDE B. BACONS 17 1-2c per pound  DRY SALT BACON 13 l-2c per pound  LARD, iO^pound pails  --$1.25  LARD, 5-pound pails  65c  LARD, 3-pound pails       40c  MEAT CO.     Phone 2  P.Burns & Co.  ��  ��  ��t<  '���ft:  *��    '>  r-  o.  ft  ft .  �����������  ft  ��  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ��  ft  o  e  ��  ftft����ftftft����ftftft��ft#��ft��������ft����#��ftftft��ft����������������tf������������������������o  a-  Real Estate and Insurance  Copper Street.  CrKBi;:. wood  & H" Jf Jf JP Jf Jf Jf *f *f Sf *f Jf P & Jf >"  OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC-OO" i  THE  NEW  LEAF  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      ANP  JEWKLIvER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  DR. MATHISON   ,  DENTIST  Nadeii'F'lood Block, Greenwood. B. C.  Tlte first of every year wc  make n resolution. It is a  resolve to make otir Drug  Store in all of its departments better than ever before. Lt is our intention to  make the year 1904 mark  another onivard step in our  business career. We shall  continue our high standard  of quality in every line. We  shall aim to make our service the best possible in caring for your Drug Store needs  -Jr-fcr  WH1TE  Greenwood  5 Druggist  -  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  -k^X":~k~>m-:~:^<'<~:-!-:">��>��:k"5^->  ^HfnfHn!!^!ntnnn^??"HHfmf^!Httn^t^��!mmm?^m^  I lie  BLANK BOOKS  Journals, Ledgers, Indexes,  Cash Books, Counter Books,  Memos, Etc., in great variety  . DIARIES FOR 1904  OFFICE AND POCKET  Office Supplies  Shannon Files, Transfer Cases* LeV  ter Files* Journal Caps, etc,  Everything to equip the office in  first/class shape  You will save money by dealing  with us-  |j Smith & McRae's,  Sri Rooks. Wall Paper- Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34.  ��L Copper?, Street. - fiKKENWOOD,  B.C.  ���.D0 YOU WANT ANu.  Cut and Made by ExperiencedtTailors  ,.���.FROM������,  BRITANNIA,    v  ROYAL NAVY,  COWE'S  TIDAL WAVE  ���       IMPERIAL, i  TRAFALGAR  ENGLISH     WORSTEDS  IF YOU DO THEN CALL AND SEE  TAILOR  OPPOSITE    PQSTuFFiCE-  : THE :���  Copper Street,  cS��  | OPEN DAY AND WIGHT.  |5?  P5'  MEALS  AT  ALL HOURS  PRIVATE   ROOMS  FOR LADIES.  *  Charles R. pittock,  *  *  THY  OUR  COFFEE  tyrop'r.  ^uauaauaiUiiuiiaiiaauu^uiiuuiUiUiUiuuuuiaiiiu^  DEALERS IN  FURNITURE, x CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER-STREET,.  GREENWOOH.  ���^��M*X^K��X,<*5l-*i'"t~X~>!~^^  e����#����������tt����������tf^��0��#��<i���� ������������>���� ��������*��������*��������*��*������  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  FINANCIAL | MINING AGENTS!  MINING    PROPERTIES    OP   MERIT  CHASED   OR HEVELOPED.  *  ft  PUR- I  ��  ��  ��  ��  ^���jfjp^jf^jrafjpjpjejPaP^jpjeiP  jfe jt j�� ji jtjg** j�� j��j��j*jij*j*jt^j��  VI  V*.  v*>  v*>  Greenwood  Liauor Company  *> t& �� Pabst and  ^ ��& ** ��algary Beer*  R GRIEGER, Manager.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to


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