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 ufJ  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903.  No. 35  fc^^^^N*"**"^**^^^*  Remarkable Returns From The Last Car Load of Providence Ore���Gold Values Are $100 a Ton���A Little Better Than 20 Tons Aggrc  gate Nearly $5,000���The Elkhorn Shipment���Long Lake Gump is High Grade and Will Come to the Front.  Weight 41676- pounds; values g-old  5.09 ounces, silver 285 1 ounces.l'ead 5.4  per cent, total Values $4,907.46. A  brief but graphic story from the Trail  amelter. It relates to the last car of  ore shipped from .the Providence mine,  at Greenwood. Remarkable smelter  returns were secured from previous  cars shipped to the Trail smelter,! bit t  the last ia the best yet. .Not only is it  the best so far as" the Providence is  concerned but it'.also takes front rank  among the gold producing mines of the  world. It is seldom that gold values  are found as high as those given above.  Higher values are found in stringers  it is true, but this ore came from the  full face of the.drift and is an average  value for the mine.  It was expected that the car would  run high because as announced in the  Times two weeks ago, samples taken  from the Providence returned phenomenal assay values, but the owners  themselves scarcely expected such a  return as was secured from the amelter.  It will be noticed that the car contained a little.over ?0 tons of ore and that  the valua per ton is$235.50. The last  car brings thfe total^ proceeds from the  Providence ore up to $50,000, the basis  upon which the Providence was sold  less than nin�� months ago, The final  payment of $12,500 will be paid out of  the proceeds of the ore in June 1st, and  from present indications a nice dividend will be paid in July. Up tp date  451 tons of ore have been shipped from  the'raine;    ���'���' -^ a "?*'''*%*�����-'���-^ '��� r��� 'v~-'~ ������������'- ������  A telephone message from the Trail  smeltar to Messrs. Sutherland and  McDonald gave the returns from the  car of Elkhorn ore shipped to that  smelter. As the silver values given  by the smelter fall considerably below  the check assay, the smelter will revise its values. The first ore taken  from the Elkl-orn was not sorted which  will pull down the average ���values  somewhat but it is safe to say that the  returns will show about $100 to the ton.  The next car load will run higher than  this as the ore has been more carefully  sorted.    But the Elkhorn and the Providence  are not the only high grade properties  -inthe vicinity of-G-reenwotd.-^Besides-  the E. P. U. mines, the Gold Finch  and others which have recently attracted public attention, there are in  Long Lake camp several gold bearing  properties which attracted much attention years ago but which have been  lying dormant principally because  mining men were after big ledges of  copper. Happily ^conditions will soon  change in this promising camp. The  Jewel Gold Mines, Ltd., a London,  England company, who own the Jewel  mine ind a half interest in the Deuero  Grande au adjoining property has- decided to renew operations. It is announced that a cyanide pkr.i! v.'���; :>-z  erected this summer for tteating the  ore, anil orders for the necessary timbers have already been placed with the  saw mill at Long Lake.  When the experienced prospectors of  the pioneer days of the Boundary made  their first locations, Long Lake camp  possessed for them the most attractive  features. The values were there and  the ledges of gold uore were unusually  well defined. Such men as Louis  Bosshart, Fred Ditmer, Fred Shon-  quist and C. J: McArthur who had a  long experience in the mining camps  of the west, chose Long Lake as the  best field for locations and as early as  1895 the Jewel was located by Ditmer  and Bosshart and the Denero Grande,  the adjoining property by McArthur  and Shouquist. In 1896 Leslie Hill  C. E. on behalf of the Prospecting  Syndicate of British Columbia, bonded  the Jewel for $31,500 and Shonquist's  interest in Denero Grande. C. J. McArthur refused to. part with his half  interest and retains it yet.  Later the Jewel Development Syndicate was organized to develop the property and thia syndicate spent about  (JMS^W ito  tjevetopment,      Then   the  Jewel Gold Mines, Ltd., was organized  and this company now owns the in  terests.  On the Jewel in close proximity to  the Denero] Grande property a shaft  was sunk to a depth of 320 feet anil  about 2000 .feet of drifts and tunnels  run. The ore occurs in a well defined  fissure vein which has been traced for  oyer a mile. It parallels Long Lake, a  beautiful sheet' of water, and is from  iy2 feet to eight feet in width, averag-  aging easily 3)4 feet. The ore carries  good gold values and mill tests have  averaged $12 per ton. The Jewel company shipped over 3,000 tons to the  Grand Forks smelter. " With a cyanide  plant the ore. on the authority of D. Ji  McDonald at one time expert for the  B. A. C. company, who thoroughly examined and sampled the Jewel two  years ago, can be mined and treated  for $5 a ton, leaving a big profit in $12  ore. These values are of course not as  high as those in the Providence but  stringers will run as high as $500 to  the ton and besides the increased  width of the vein insures a much higher output at a lesser cost. The vein as  already been stated has been traced  for over a mile. Most of ithe work has  been done on the Jewel but the vein is  strong on the Denero Grande, which  with development is sure to make as  rich and profitable a property as the  Jewel. Further up the Lake are the  Anchor and Enterprise properties now  lying idle but  which   have showings  %li'icfi' *--^i--*^----^ ���*..-.*. :*&��.-* ^  which position he held until his recent  appointment as superintendent of the  local smelter.  Mr.  McAllister's techincal training  acquired  at  the   Ontario    School   of  mission to tap the school  service pipe cation with Fairview and the Similka  to secure water for tennis court and  permission was granted.  A  Lelegram   from   Mayor   Rose   of  Nelson,  asking that a public meeting  Practical Science where he graduated | be   called   to   urge   upon   the federal  as a civil  ami  mining engineer.    He I government; a   revision   of   the   lead  then  turned his  attention   to   bridge  tariff-.^was.referred  to the   Board   of  building  anil  was  Dominion   Bridge  amply justify further development.- ���  These are only a few of the proper-.  ties in Long Lake camp. When work  is resumed on the Jewel, when the  cyanide plant is established there and  when capital becomes interested in the  high grade properties of the Boundary  as it is sure to do, then Long Lake  camp will become what it should have  been years ago a big and regular  dividend payer.  The new superintendent of the B. C.  Copper company's smelter at Greenwood is J. E. McAllister, C. E., M. E.  Mr. McAllister is no stranger to the  Boundary. In 1897 he came to Trail  Snd^entere-d^i^^'^p^yjjj^fggj^' "with  Sydney M. Johnston, C. E., the city  engineer, who was then practicising  his profession at Trail. In the fall of  '97 he joined the staff of the Trail  smelter under H. C. Bellinger. When  the smelter was sold to the C. P. R.,  Mr. McAllister joined W. F. Tye's  staff. Mr. Tye at that time was  Henize's chief engineer aud had charge  of the C. & W. rati way. Afterwards  this. road was sold to the C. P. R. and  Mr. McAllister continued with Mr.  Tye until the completion ofthe C. & W.  to Midway. He then joined the staff  of the Hamilton Steel company at  Hamilton, Ont., and latterly was made  assistant superintendent of the Tennessee Copper company's reduction  works   at    Copper    Hill,   Tennessee,  employed by the  company and the  New Jersey Steel and Iron company.  He took a post graduate course in applied sciences at the Toronto university  and took his B. Se. degree there in  1895. In 18% and 1897 he took a/special  course in raining arid metallurgy at  the Michigan College of Mines, Houghton, Mr. McAllister is about 36 years  of age and is married. He and family  and expected to arrive here about  May 1st.  The new assayer and chemist for the  smelter is B. M. Snyder. Mr. Snyder  was chemist and assistant assayer for  the Granby company until a short  time ago when he left for Anheim,  California. .        '  Regular shipments are now being  made from the Mother Lode mine to  the ore bins will be well filled when  the furnaces are blown in; The  sample mill is now running as is also  the big ore crusher.  Coke and coal are coming in rather  freely and by May 1st when the new  superintendent is likely to arrive, it is  expected ^hat everything- will be in  readiness���for running the smelter at  iffi'full capa'cityi :;  Trade for action.  The waterworks bylaw was reconsidered, adopted and finally passed and  the council adjonrned.  City Council.  Business Trantacted at its Regular  1   Meeting.  The regular meeting of the city  council was held on Monday evening  with Aid. Ross in the chair and Aid.  McKenzie, Bunting and Gulley present. The committee of the Boa'd of  Trade appointed to raise the necessary  funds to publish a booklet descripti "  of Greenwood and the Boundary, asked  the council for a grant of $200. In the  absence of detail:d information regarding the scheme, Aid. Bunting,  McKerizieaiidGulley "were"appointed  a committee to discuss the project  with the Board of Trade.  A. S. Embree, secretary of the  Greenwood:fiiredepartment, asked for  a grant of $50 to purchase necessary  apparatus.   The request was granted.  Webb and Maynard offered to repaint the street sprinkler for $10 and  pay the council 25 per cent of the gross  receipts secured for advertising space  on  the sprinkler.   The street commit-  I. 0. 0. F.  meen. The difficulty of securing such  communication in the absence of a  nail contract was pointed out, but the  board will make every possible effort  to secure a stage between Camp McKinney and FairvieW.  George Findlay was elected a member of the board.  Greenwood Libeaals  Sunday, 26th April, beitig the 84th  anniversary of the Independent Order  of Oddfellows, Boundary Valley Lodge  will meet in'the I. O. O. F. hall at 7 p.  m., and attend the evening service at  the Presbyterian church. All brothers  are particularly requested to be present.  The total membership according to  order's last report was 1,200,931. The  order paid but in relief from 1830 to  1902, $92,665,214.47 and for the year  1901. $2,939,785.68. There are 12,792  lodges belonging the the order. In  British Columbia there are 41 lodges  with a membership of over 3,367.  Members and lodges of the Independent Order of Oddfellows are to be found  in every part of the civilized world. It  teaches in ! the most beautiful and  forcible manner. the grand lesson of  Fraternity. ' Its commands are, "To  visit the sick, relieve the distressed,  bury the dead, educate the orphan, and  aid the widow aud to elevate the  character of mankind are among its  objects."  Board of Trade  Endorse the Formation of an Interior Liberal Association.  The Greenwood liberal association is  iu favor of organizing a Kootenay-  Boundary district liberal association.  At a meeting held on Wednesday evening with President J. R. Brown in the  chair aud an unusually large attend-  auce of liberals, the circular letter of  the Rossland association urging the  formation of such an organization was  discussed and finally acted upon.  Nelson was agreed to as the place of  meeting and May 6th as the date. The  Greenwood association recommended  that the invitations be extended to  Revelstoke as well as to the other dis.  tricts referred to in the circular letter.  J. R. Brown, W. S. Keith and Duncan  Ross were chosen delegates to attend  the Nelson convention with C. Scott  Galloway, H. B. Munroe arid W. S.  Graham as alternates.  A resolution was passed endorsing  the resolution of the Victoria.liberal  association urging that Hon. Senator  Templeman be given a port folio in  the Dominion cabinet.  Several communications were received and acted upon an 3 eight new  members were elected.  were instructed to call for tenders  repairing    and     painting     the  tee  for  sprinhler.  W. A. Galliher, M. P. acknowledged  receipt of resolution re federal building and stated he liad made application for the vote.  Business Transacted at the Regular  Meeting  At the regular meeting of the Board  of Trade on Wednesday, President  Mytton occupied the chair and there  was a goodjattendance. Various committees reported. The advertising  committee were given further time  and were asked to confer with the city  council, a committee   of  which   was  present^ The~committ��elolwhom~wa8  referred the matter of making the  Boundary a separate assessment district, reported pointing out the advantages of the; plan. They, were authorized .to prepare a resolution to be  forwarded !to the provincial government. A telegram from Mayor Rose  of Nelson asking the Mayor of Greenwood to call a public meeting to protest against government's action on  the silver-lead question was referred  to the board but it was decided that in  view of the fact that the board had  already taken action aud that there  was no definite information upon  which further action could be taken, it  was wiser to table the telegram.  President Mytton   brought   up   the  Baseball.  The lawn   tennis   club   aaked   per- question  of  securing stage commuui-  Boundary Ore Shipments.  ��������  Y  Y  Y'  Y  T_  X  Y'  Y  %  t  !  Granby Mines . .  Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe.   Sunset   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell .:   Emma   Winnipeg..  Golden  Crown. .  Athlestan    Kiiitf Solomon ...  No. 7   City of Paris   Jewel   Elkhorn   Providence   E. P. U. Mines..  Miscellanesus   . 1900  64 533  5 340    .  19 444    .  297  ISO  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  Week.  8 025.  2 070  1903  104 948  20 898  6 810  10 320  2 864  rl 076  ">2 250  1 200  000  160  Total Tons  3 230  99 730  150  560  650  040  850  665  325  890  389 618  900  785  625  532  "2175   172  6 756  22  451  42  507 811       10 095     153 079  Grand Forks Wants to Organize a  Leaeue.  Grand Forks, B. C, April 23.���IV  the Editor���The Grand Forks base  ball association was organized last  evening and we desire to try and arrange a series of games with Greenwood, Phoenix, Nelson, Wash., Re-  Pdblic^and Grand Forks. ^There. j**LjiJL.  reason why we cannot make a league  out of the five mentioned towns, uuder  which a series of games could be played in Greenwood on May 24th and 25th.  The bankers of Grand Forks are  organizing a base ball team and would  be willing to join in those series. Last  year we captured a purse in your city  in one game, this was hardly right and  did not make it interesting enough to  outsiders. Should a series of games  be played it would mean more interest  and also bring into your town more  outsiders than any other individual  sport you could have.  Trusting you will hand this letter to  some one interested in base ball, and  thanking you in advance, we remain,  the Grand Forks Base Ball Association.     Norman Jackson, Secretary.  A. Fisher returned from Edmonton  on a brief visit last week. He reports  a big boom in the territories.  W. P. McAndrews of Sloean, one of  the commission from the B. C. Miuing  association who settled the Fernie  strike, is in the city. This is his first  visit to Greenwood and he is so favor-  ably impressed with the country that  he may decide to reside here permanently. Mr. McAndrews is accompanied by Henry Cody another old timer in  the Slocau.  WrfrtrfrtW&WWrW^rW^.^^  A Mother's Reccommendation  I have used Chamberlain's Cojgh  Remedy for a number of years and  have no hesitancy in saying tha; it is  the beat remedy for coughs, colds and  croup I have ever used in my family.  I have not words to expresa my confidence in this remedy.���Mrs. J. A.  Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale by  J. L. White Greenwood and A. F.  ThomM Midway Page 2  T&IE   BOUNDARY   Cfc$JEl��   TtMfiS  i��>*  *-- *'.'"  '���' "'��'!��!}'  !VgA j #W  ' ���i'*iifci*<f'''",!!5i  <��'  TMf:-> v.���....  i. -\ i i-s-r  - -'  DESIGNS IN  i^\i>oi-.''i-'iib  WOOI.I.i:N,s;/TiJ  sr.uuT i-wo.n.  ���;:��-.���;��.���, V *'i  UOI'l'liK   Sl'KI'.KT  GREENWOOD, B. C. ; i;5,^  Clotting, Pressiiig^ and Rcpaifig Doners  FIT AND  FINISH GUARANTEED.  P. (I. 1IOX 252. OPPOSITE WINDSOR ITOTEL  iUiij i     U'V.    ii:v ���'?'!'   ���'!������..}'������������>:.'    .yi^l   ;'     A        _.,:C  .(('IC'')"  ij iji hiijA):} hivy hrUi  SM*:-  Boundary Xre^If'nnres  Issued ���vcrv Yridav--.  OONCAN  R0SS...*.!?:.t'.f;'*r...lf..j;'M.-ANAhrNiGr--EinT0)J.-  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN~AD\*ANe&   i'iia'JHi.feii'lJ   .piivW  Pee Year ."'"TfTiin  To Foreign Countries'k'<A,&lLn.-J.::!A.Si5H-yi\  PRIDAYj; ;'AVRIi;'2-I. 1 *Ji>3i'''-=  PREDjriDICEry'CRtTTCSP  The Vancouver j'i'oyhi'ce aiiVT'o'tl-ier  apologists  for,,the ,Prior .government  are very nutch/exercised: ov.ei:, Uierfact  that   Smith   ��urt'i'ss  and'-a  feW-> other���  honest membe'rs'iii tie'" legislature'are  t-C x     .���..;������ '. A.n.  ;:>.'. *:ii.'> v i: [A  successfully "frustrating tthe.efforts of  the government to.hand.over the-jpror.  vince to  the Mtender*. mercies   oiif-the.  Canadian     Pacific   !-r-a!ih^ay;-'   'THeir-i  course  is  notKing"butCi'6bitructi6n in  ..���'���!'il:A.   >..i   -.-AiAAA--M   u'>i.i'i  the  eyes of these organs, "ihe great  majority of the,people heartily com-;  mend that sort of obstruction..:.-Were;  it not for Ihe faithful efforts -of -Smith  Curtis, John ' Oiive'r' 'ttiiil, 'onB' of two'  other members the C. P. R. would \6-'  day be che owners of additiouai-jnil-,  lions of acres-of valuable il&iids;. which;.  it never earned, ^ir^a legislature- ih>  which graft reigns supremer'wlier^  members ofthe government, aud members of the legislature '"dfe*"'alwiys  quick to advance the iiiterests'of big  corporations -'-anij1'iii ways ^slow^to'jjro--  tect the interests of the people^a-few  honest men likeSmitH Curtis' and Joh'ii  Oliver can do* and 'do 'much' iii safe-'  guarding the .public .interest. They,'  need not worry .about the.criticismof  C. P. R. newspapersahd and i govern-:,  ment organs',/ beeausfe'they 'will :enjoy  what is ofmuch''JgrerUer^hiif^o.rta'iice,'..  the appreciation of , the, .people .....of  British Columbia. Hi. ; :; ... ���_,< .  There is no; novelty in.-ihe 'course  pursued by the' Province. -��� "Men of  integrity in public life, ineii wlio Have  been the most, aggressive in withstanding the onslaughts; q�� greedy, and, unscrupulous corporations .have always  been targets for the ;ibu��e of corporation journals."'It'/was ehielly due to  the restless energy and great ability of  Smith Curtis that the -Northern part of  the province was saved .last year and  the same source "can be-thanked for  the preseveratib'ti" of' the Southeastern portion this vear. It is results  that count. Smith'Curtis has remained true and is alwa3's found ������iglrti'ng  the battles of the people.  ion   that   does   not  appreciate British  ,Cpl.unibiijt..jTiiil''' is   indifferent'1 'to'"'its:  :yi tjfci,i.<;'?>r^."vi~ i* ly: v i u- es. "'   "'  -ii-BniLisiiiGoljiinbiais worthy of,some  TiniisriViWioii. -Notwithstanding', the.  ma ii y"difri��M;l ties  that- 'fushed-in-f Com ���  every .quarter  to retard 'its1 ^develop1  jnent, ;thisc;province  will   yet" tafte a  Teacling place.:   The. federal ..g-overn-.   n        >.'���' -"-   ���   ���'���������'������  m'e'rit "should *watGh  its ..development  with a closer and more sympathetic"  i'ritereSfr^-This can best- be- done by  JiaadiiR- a British Columbia; representative at-the head of one of the departments'.^-The .man  for, -the, position is  , . <.  -   *    * '' -   '-������     ���.-���-'K-.v      ; : * ?<\ ..'.      it.*'..  ' Hon ;'���; S e'h a "toi; -.-. Te m pi e.ni an.;,;_; He... lived,  iii. this p rov i i ice- for,; ni any ;y ears. :;.-JIe  .has, an inti'in'rile !aiiti'practicaf ktf(;vr'^1  ledge of,;j.ls 'differeiit /'sections"'iand:  ithoro'righlyiunderstands their"require-  ,,."..    .-,   i   ���"���������'������'���������* ''I  '"���-���  '���'.   t.'-Mk-t'J (?.:>. vn-  nieii'ts;111 Senator. rnjemp]ema.ni,is.,no1\5j-'.a  meii]ber]o'f!the 'cabinet'an'd /hasva voice  .iji.all.its deliberations',"but rit- is1 uhfaiir.  to.hiin: andsiinfair.to the^prbyihce'thaV  h'e slinuld-be esxp'eclec^ to .rush from his  lioliic"'in" Victoria .to the... federal; capital;  eve'r'\\ Ii.ii'ie a inocting���"���oft the'- cabinet-,is'  n"?:;>fi"' a.\   '-..     ... ,.  ,caU?d. ...He; "shbuld'-be^placed'-'af 'the  head '.of '.one of Ihe dejuartinents;' LHe  .;. .;-.r:i-v r.-=.:;i[ivi:. -:���i' \r, ;  would 'then live in .Ottawa an.d.,be always 'prese'nt'to advise the-goveCiment  o;i, ma Iters relating tb' this :proviiice;l  ..-...���The ..prpyiiice Is" entitled tb a port-  ;foliO'and:,has���the .right^man to fill the,  jj6silibh.r;r*Sir.*:\yilfrid.-. L<aurier.; should  ips?;'n6'ciine in making the change.  - sir Oliversmowa^i  WHEN  OUGHT   WK TO  'GO TO A DRNTIST? ^  Many think it un necessary  to- devote partienlar-:a-ttent-  tion'ito'.the- te'etli.:uii.til.;the  i'ippearancQ~.o"f-.���the. .mouth...is-  affected by dnmng-ed, decay-  ed/of^brolaMi teeth. ^Others  give-.the^ teeth no- aitteiitioii  tilJ/paiii;compe'ls tiiem^p .-. ft  ' The "'stupidWf and"' short-  si g-litedness of either policy is  evident.  '.-������ -Everyone who-v thinks a  moment ou' the"subject'vKiiows  tha t; food j. pa unott. ^e^.niiisticated  satisfa'ctor'ily if one of niof'e teeth'-  are tender, inflamed,. decayed,_jjr  othervise out of working order;'  and if;sthis be^the case, .the.mouth,  requires immediate.attetitibu. "   .  SHOULD, HAVE PORT K<)IJO. .  British Columbia- can product more,  gold, more copper, more fish, more  timber and rhbretrbublethan any other  province in thepo-nitiion. It's resources are so varied and its people so  cosmopolitan and so -differeiivl'rrthfcir  views on" all questions���that -it :is' a-  splendid field, for the statesman and  the demagogue. "The latter we have'  always with us. He is ou the gjround  and is always, .ready to act. when the  altogether too^frequenf opportunity  presents itself. The statesmen are  not wanting'-'but bnfoiInnately the  seat of government is thousands' of  tniles avrtiy; in a portion of the Doniin-  n i K n, i\Tju fiv 19 th, 1<)0%.��� v., s g., s-,  :<:������>   Q&h'ii; ."Wu~ifo  Cue of Canada's leading statesmen  passed  away  on "Saturday  last 'iii Vh^'  person'1'of Sir' biiver'Mpwat,"t'ieiiten-  aiit-g-bvernor' of   Ontario.' ''   Born'of  ScbttislV���'''paretit's'; iii" the' year'1820,' at  'Kingston',^Orif'..! he/ was' educated there  and  upon leaving school   he  ehtere'd  tiie! law 'office of "John 'A. Mabbbtiald"  afterwards Sir Johh|" premier of Ci'n-  itd iiji vifl /S i [ypli veris.igrea t {oppbri erit-in  man v a I'egal and ''"political battle." 'He  ��.",/ftVT  ���^'V'fer-.-.C'  was oiieof the fathers of Confederation and became premier of Ontario  in i872, holding the office-continuously  until 1876 when he resigned to become  minister "of justice iu the Laurier  government.* He enjoyed thedistindt  ion of having the largest continuous  term of office accorded to any man in  any part of the British Kmplre. Honest  and" upright/ he passed through the  many hard if.ough't'political battles and  years of public/life, without a suggestion of wrong doing from even the  bitterest ��� political opponents. He  leaves;a family of sons and daughters  among whom is Mr. Arthur Mowat  iwho until recently was a residentpf  this .city.  A&-Ji??m   BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  : i-llMl&r: No. 38. 1.0. 0. F.  Mi-^ib-1,'ici'V   Tuesday  ��v<;niue at SOO iu  ilie  I. O. 0. P. Uall.     A  cordial  lnvl tRtlon is e^-  lendcd lo all sojourning bre'.herD.  D. *A. B.in'nsrman, Fkeu B. Uolmes.  .   N. G. RfiC-Se'c'  ���    '<-��� -*-'Nadcii-Flnbd'iBIock.-- Crceiiwocn\:i n. C;:  Dp not wait, till spring  is upon you with  its enervating claini s, but b  gin to lirightenyiip your.-,  rooms now.    These new  light cfl'ccts:are;ijust the  thing   for.our   climate  and    delight;...-all;** who-/  have   seen   them.    Our  stock is already  diminishing; it has  proved to  be !:s '���]list- v wlia t, -.people- ::  want. |  lif:  eft.'  ^3      . .On short notice we \yill have your  paper put  on  the g��^  ;3!Vai|ls?  'Work1'done."ou]V:'"'by^flfel',fesr ikiifr experienced':^'"^ 'is|a��w  ^ctuadesinen. . ,.w����=:jU     .b\ ���AAi.yr. .^uiSB^u^   ,)���� ,3i/  Ah  -���il!1  ���~-   --'^'n  !l  '.-istbjwa  22-"Books; Papers,60fflee: Supplies, eoo? iu^s~ : iv^m. Phone���*34i?ifc.b<x)7?(-miO 5*  ^;;"Ljh��:.J:i':��VL':.^ ���'������� scwi-.i  :mi}i')J L^!'-i W^">::-1:^ '���'"- ' ������'���J-'      ���^'���''- *���'',- '(��������^t^,iJ- : ���������-���'��� 'ft.v--;:i-i:>n;^i.-J.!;jix^i-55 -jii, yaiiwz  ft?  'Our"st'cifcli iu -.this .lino-is complete and   W  Stoi'i' '>di   -'" ;' " '" "'-'"������������' -,;l-': -���'������-'���<0?  ft? . embraces a largerjassortment, than Jias, 'M  ���K. . emu  If   -*-S.i    ;  ��;, ci-ert(1iefore iheiiii  shown to: sportsnieuD��� (f  jwilttSpectipti soi;ii!(ed.  8f-i^  ;ni>> ; li-K'^    >'���'�����    -���''  $0    rf*l!fTfl  -.���:,fflt  I COLES; & FRITH!  S^*'is(yii> jSuccessor to J. I,. Coles.      ,..'r!i-iW  ;%i Books-.- Stationary? ofrice'^Supplles,' Etc.''"'��'  t ''m-i*i;iii ���*  ;���;.:,)'.,.���{-:-.-~fi-  -���?5-.''.'  ;"a" a raatter^of Eoresight^^  Marij:,. ;fcases...",Qf. %e. ^VQnM^t  a^e aver tect by 'early/'''iKippYic-'  atidn-o-f-proper-lenseS;!; !Pre-  sent^iiea-Jeot:.mieans  future  Ttroiible^  ������-'���������I ������'���, L��'  briiggist and Optician;  -  ;.::.;.,greenwood, B. C,  TTHE NEW  Remodelled, vRenbvatal and. Refurni-  shedir- :-Onlyi the -best Liquors' and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment.-'"Good Rooms.~_ Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THE-  (J&}s.�� :)SS 4,t. lACA.'.Oi  M'l��  GEO^! NADENy"  <- biMoi-jJianager  i.o-i.o ,a .a; ;>;���!  ~ i.t~K!.i!.J.:.c : -.-:\:  '-*',    :��'J-i   i-AAjggiscl   ,5,-fi; ji !!  >l:iiSi!  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DAVIE  ESTIMATES     FURNISHED     FOR  -     ALL KTND3 OF WORK.  Are you usinif Blue Ribbon T��a ?  ���y  Manager.] \  Near MfNeiirs Feed Store. QREENWOOD,  :   :   :   B. C.  ^ NOTICE.  ���IVTOTICE-is herebv pi veil that tlie portion of  1^    YaleDistrict knowras the' Settle Rlrer  Mining Division shall, irom.,the 1st day  of  May, 1903.<:be icoown and desig-nited   aathe ���  Greenwood Mining Division. -.-. -  '\    ED WD- RAWLER PRIOR,  ,,"  ^_    .        ' "        "-"   Minfetero< Mln^  TJejia.'i'tDientoi-Winea. .'. j. ."-.-.-.-���  Victoria, B. C, 7nd ^113^ ym. i  Page 4  THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  '"���/���hi' :JL''fiJJ' *���'"' -"-'''"   '"'"^!-'"--"���T.���r-rrr-r������:���^������t-!~7J  ^^^iffl^ff^Klff^W^^  ^^^^B  i^^^JHiffiitefe^iS..  maaKMtoacauBC  <wca��Cf'3auasKVT7aa  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  notici?;  "dandy" m .1 "surprise fractional'  Miners I iJaiius, .i'liate. in the Keltle Kiver  Mlninp- ���'. ivisinn of Vale District.  Wliere > i ated :    Greenwood Camp.  TAKE ���urriCE tli.u I, John l\ McLeod,  Fret: Miller's Curlilicalu No. H54954, as  agent for Sydney -M. Johnson, Kree Miner's  Certiiicate No. B417M, liilend, sixiy davs from  the date hereof, to applv tci the iMiiiiiiir Recorder for a Ceriilicate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grants of Uie  above claims.  And further take notice lliat aclion, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicates of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of Marcli A. I).. 1903.  Last ins. May 13 J. 1>. McLEOD  Notice to Creditors.  In. the matter, of the estate of George Munroe  '    late of Boundary Falls in the District of  Yale, Farmer, deceased.  NOTICE i.s hereby given tliat all creditors  and others having claims against tlie  estate of ihe said George Mini roe, who died ou  or about the 2dlli day of January, 1903, are required, on or before tli'i; 121 h day- of May, 1903,  ,o send by post prepaid or lo" deliver to the  uiidersig-n'cd, Greenwooil. B. C, their Christian  and surnames, addresses and descriptions, the  full particulars of ilieir claims, the statement  of their accounts mid the nature of Ilie seem i-  ties, if any, held by them.  And further take notice that after such last  mentioned dale the undersigned will proceed to  distribute the assets of Ilie deceased among  the parties entitled thereto, having reirard only  tortile clainis of which lie shall then have  notice, and the undersigned will not be liable  for'the said asset;' or any part I hereof to any  person or persons of whose claims notice shall  not'have been received by hint in the time of  sucli distribution.  .   Hated the 24th day of March, A. I). l'lo.V  T. m. gijllkV,  Ailniiiiistratoi-nf the estate of  April 27. George Munroe. deceased.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "BEAVER"  Mineral   Claim, situated   iu   the  Kettlt   Kiver    Mining    Division   of   Yale  District.  Wherelocated: On Heaver Creel,-.  npAKE NOTICK that. I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  '*::, agent .for John T. 1'ell, [''ree Miner's  Certificote. No. T!554fi0. Duncan Murry, Kree  Mitier's Certificate No. 1W1715. ami William  Blafck, Free Miner's Certiiicate No. 75,  54886, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a  Certiiicate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining- a Crown V. rant of the above, claim.  'And further take notice that acliou, under  section 37, must be commenced   before the is -  suaiice of such Certilicaie of Improvements,  iiated this 12th day of March."1003.  I. IT. HALLETT  Last issue May 27.  MINERAL ACT.  y- Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "DIAMOND JOE" aiid'."I)OUM-FUL" Mineral   Claims   situate   iu. tin   Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale Distiict.  Wliere located in Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. A. E. Shaw, agent  for Jane Russell Kree Miner's Certificate'No. B54S07, J nines C. Helm, Kree Miller's  Ceriilicate No, H550S5. Wellington Elson, Free  Miner's Certiiicate Nr.. PoluM. Evan I'arrv,  Free Miner's Certilicaie No. H55O1H.1, ami William' It. Peterson, Kree Miner's Ceriilicate Mo.  B 54807, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of' Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining- a Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, audei  -section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 26th day of March, A. D. 1903.  C. A. E. SHAW, V. L. S.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  -���-=���"-���"-""-^NOTtCTCr      "  "BLACK DIAMOND" Mineral Claim, situate  iu  the   Kettle River  Mitiiujj-   Division   of  Yale District.  Where Located .    On Beaver Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac U, liallett, as  agent for Robert Wood, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B5S455, George Smith. Free  Miner's Certificate No. B417S3, William E. Mc-  Boyle, Free Miner's Certilicaie No. B55407,  William Kint7��� Free Miner's Certificate No.  B30599, George McKague Free Miner's Certificate No. H54X98 and William Olson. Free Miners  Certificate No. B30572. iulend. sixtv days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder  for a Certificateof Improvements, for the purpose -;f obtaining a Crown tl rant of the above  claim  And further take notice thai action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Iniprovements.  Dated this ')th dav of Man.li, A. I)., 1902.  I. H. HALLETT.  Last iseue 9th Mav  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  "TRAPPER"  Mineral Claim,   situaie iu  the  Kettle   River   Minim.*-   Division    of     Yale  District  Where Located :    On Horseshoe. Mountain.  '"PAKE NOTICE,  that 1.   Isaac   II. Hallett.  J. as ai'ent. for Herbert R. Davidson, Kree  Miner's Cc silicate No. IWyiy. and Henry Ii.  TUoeu, Free Miner's Certilicaie No. 1141731.  Intend, sixtv days from Ihe date hereof to  apply to the Miuing Recorder for 11 Certiiicate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grunt of the above chiim  And further take notice Hint  not ion,  under  Section 87,  must  be  commenced   before   th  Issuance of such Certi-'. 'iite of Improvement.  Dated ibis loth dav of February,A. D., t"03.  I. H. HALLETT.  Last issue 13th May.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "HIGHLANDER    FRACTIONAL"   Miming  Claim,  situate iu  the Kettle River Mneia]  Division of Yale Distric.  Wherelocated :   In Heaver camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I.Isaac H. Hallett.as  agent for John Thomas Dell. Free Miner's Certificate No. 1'.SS4mi. ami John P. Anderson,' Free Miner's Certificate No. 1130271. intend, sixty days from the -late hereof, to apply  to the'Miniiiif-Recorder for Certificates of Iniprovements, for the purpo^'ofolptniimisr Crown  Giant of the above claim.  And. further take notice that action, intersection 37, must be commenced before the is  suance ofsuch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated   his 13th day nf February, 1'IUj.  "May 27 I. H. HALLETT.  i-.W:* *--v-*--^-tVl* ���  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  R.  C. Church, Greenwood, B   C.  ammmm?Rm?!m?mm!^^  The James Cooper  ��*������  MONTREAL, OUEBEC-  manufacturers OF  -##  v\^A*/-��V��^vnr^\r -  ��� A^^^^/^^^^^f*^^^*^* '  I Ingcr$J3EE=$ergeat?t  1    ���.Ittacbfii'efy*,  H BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  ��r Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills'. -��__^-����  ��~ R. h. e. Ittcnallvi Rosslatid, B. c. =3  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM  PRESSORS .. . .  COMPLETE'MINE EQUIPMENTS  OF ALL KINDS.  STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND.  ^uuiuitttuiuute^  3       For prices of lots aiid other  ^3      information address   Greenwood is the financial and commercial centre 01 the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Mining camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, White  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.  _ Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood    g  CANADIAN  RAILWAY.  THROUGH BOOKINGS  TO  T-HE-YUKON������  AND ALASKA  S. S. "Princess May" will sail from  Vancouver on April 23rd and May 3rd  and about every ten days thereafter,  furnishing- direct through service to  Skagway and all northern points.  Bookings to all points east  and west at lowest rates.  Dates of sale of  Reduced Settlers  Rates  Prom eastern points extended until June 15th.  For time tables rates and information, apply to local agent  R. R. REDPATH. Agent.  Greenwood.  K. J. COYI,R, J. S. CATER,  A.G I'.A.. Vancouver. D.I'.A. Nelson  ^aaRSg^gpB^^^^^-g^ssesHgg  ..PROTECT   YOUR  INTERESTS  Ask for ...  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  GOLD FINCH Mineral Claini, siuiate in  the  Kettle    River    Mining   Division   ol   Vale  District.   Where located :    Skvlarl. camp  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, John I'. McLeod  Free Miner's Ceriilicate No. B.-4'iS4 as  airent for Charles W. H. Sansom. Free Miner's  Certiiicate No. B.54'��73., intend, sixty days from  the date iiereof,-to apply to tlie Mining Pec  order for a Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown (Irani tn  the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action, undei  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificate.if Improvement*.  Dated this lltli day of December. 1002.  J- P. McLEOD.  Last icsue jiarch 31.  E. A. Small & Cos  ���Clothing.  Then fe=  '-'       0        ���        ���  ��� ��� ��� ��� '.   ������-.    I   j  Th" S.' ;  tion I.:!;;-���  ine!:!o   co::t   or  oi'i-'i'eciU pocket.  ess* -?  vr&��.SsHfa  m  ���:.- - - . ...�� f     ....,-* '*v      J?  "-'���. 'A  ���   ?H\   Ak'~,       r'i<&>  \. c .j i i; i .. ���. a        ���'& c."**^  " Rcyai Bran:!" is Tailor-made.  "~.":oy.! DranJ " is superior in Fit and Finish.  " \\oyd Lrand " costs no more than poorly  in.-ido CloLhing.  "Roy J Dr:-nd " is guaranteed to give entire  sali.-f^ciit.n.  "Roy���!  EranJ"   makers   are   founders   in  Canada of Tailor-made Clothing ready-  . to-wear.  To c. n. CAMPBF.LL. and PETER Mc-  BRIDE, late of Greenwnnd, in Yale District :���  Sins ; You are herebv notlhed that I have  expended One. Hundred Dollars ($100.1)0) iu having- the "Admiral" Mineral Claim, situate in  Providence Camp iu tlie Keltle River Mining  Division of Yalo District lu British Columbia,  surveyed, to count as an assessment, and the  furtlier siitn of 12.50 in recording stitdi surrey  as au assessment iu order to hold said claim  under the provisions of Section 24 of the "Mineral Act," as will appear bv a Certificateof  Work recorded In theoflice of the Mining Recorder for the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District, on the 12th day of May, 1902;  such expenditure being- tliu amount required, to  hold the said claim for the year ending- on the  14th day of Ma.v^lTO2;  And if within ninety-day6 after the publication of this notice, you,,pr either of you fall or  refuse to pay or contribute? y.oiir portion of tho  expeudituie required uuderi'Said section 24, together with your portion.of.all costs of advertising, the interest of audi .of you aa fail or  refuse lo couiribuie your portion of said expenditure and costs of advertising, shall become vested in tile subscriber (your co-owner;  under section 4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act. 1900."  Dated at Greenwood, It. C, this 13th davof  March, 1903.   Last issue Jiine:i3.  Hallbtt * Shaw,    THOMAS HBMMERLE.  Solicitors.  P. O. BOX 296. 'PHONE 179  IU. % Ittcgftillan $ go.,  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM,     MARGUERITA,     BOQUET,    OUR SPECIAL  EL JUSTILLO,   EL CONDOR,  SARANTIZADGS, SCHILLER  Corner  AJexan<leF Street and Cohtmbia Av��nue, Vancouver, B. C.  .'4TNERAL ACT.  Cerl':' fujte-oMmprovement.'  NOTICE.  ARLOTV,     ir:�� YOUNO GEORGE'JVIlneral  Claim-   > ,j  :uc in the Kettle River- Mining-  Diviaii ,i ! I Yalo District.   Where located :  Pass Civ.:;. Camp.  TAKE  KOTICE  that I. John  P.'McLeod,  Free Mint:.-; Certificate No.-B54954 askg-ent for  Andrea Pci   ��� - free Miner's Certificate No. B  30252 and   >'.-; i.r-lo J. Finucane. Free  Miner's  Certi licit,:     Vo.       B74202       intend        sixty  days   froi-   ���'.: Jate-hereof; to-apply   to  -the  minium r��i .���"���-: i i   for     :certificate of iip prove  ment   for if   purpose  x    obtainlnj   �� crown  grants for ; 11- -c claims,  ;And furlU:!    ike.'iiotice that action  a.idei  section 37 nil ii  be commenced befo.-:: the issuance of ��� :t li certificate of improveiri.-its^ ;  Dated tli'.' !"r��* day of December,.    O., -J908.  J. P. McLEOD.  Laat issue March 23 *  MINERAL ACT,;1900.-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "MAYFLOWER" "LILLIE MAY" and'"7:3o"  Mineral Claims, situate inthe Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where Located :   On Horseshoe Mountain:  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for-Herbert R.^Davidson;-Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 41905, intend  sixt^'.days from the date hereof,:to apply;to the  Mimtijf Recorder for ' certificates of Improve.  ments, for the purpose of obfainiug- --crown  grants of the above clainis.  And further tahe. notice that action, under  section 37,-niust be coniirieiiced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 10th dayof Februi-rv, 1903.  *May-27 ..    . I.-H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate! of Improvements'. -  NOTICK.:  "MYRTLE" Mineral Claiih,   situaie  in   ilie  Kettle  River  Mining    Division   of   Yale  District.  Where Locaied :   In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, a  aerent ifor James Sutherland Chris-  liolm Fraser, Free Miner's Certificate,' No.  B 42433, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  lor a Certificate of Iniprovements, for the. purr,  pose of obtaining a crown grantof the above  claim. .     -  And  furtlier take notice that action,'under  section 37, must be commenced ; before the issuance of such certificateof improvements.  ���   Dated this^nd dayfof February, A. D.l 903..  Last Issue April 23. I. H. HALLETT:  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  KAFFIR KING Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.      Where   located :     Ou   Horse shoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River, lying -southerly from the Barna'o mineral claim,  TAKE  NOTICE that we   Alex.  Waddell.  E. Sullivan, J. S. Harrison and M. McMymi, Free Miners' Certificate Nos. B 40,450;  B 40,449; B 30,500, and B 40,602 respectively, in-  tend sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply  tothe  Mining recorder fora certificate of Im.  provements,   for   the   purpose  of  obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he coriitne'iiced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this31st day pf;May,.AvDJ^W,.__^^.__^,  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  FOURTH-OF-JULY, Mineral Claim, situate  iu the. Kattle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located:���-Near to Canyon  Creek, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICE that we Alex. Waddell and  E. Sullivan. Free Miners' certificate Nos.  B. 40,450 and Ii. 40.449 respectively, intend, sixty  days from the dale hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  ('.rail' of the above claim.  A nil further take notice that action uuder  .section 37. must lie commenced before the issuance of such Certiiicate of Iraprovemants  Dated this31st. day of May. A.D. 1902.  Certificate of Improvemewts-  NOTICE.  ������HIGHLAND LASS" Mineral Claim, sitiate  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Wherelocated :    In Beaver camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett. as  agent for John Thomas Hell, Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B55460, and Geortre Arthur  Reildell, Free Miner's Certificate No. B4I903,  intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certilicatesof 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 Certilicatesof Improvements.  Dated lliis 2f.th dav of February, 1902.  *m:i.v27 "        I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To J.S. McCLINTOCFC, JOHN REYNOLDS  and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified tliat I have expended  in labor and improvements on the "Deerhom"  Mineral claim, situated in Deadwood Camp, in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District, llio sum of ilW.Oo. and 52.00 for recording  the same, such beiug the amount required and  necessary to hold the s��id claim under the  provisions of the "Mineral Act"nnd Amending  Acts; and if at the expiration ot ninety davs  from the date of the first- rii!.''catiou of this  notice ill the Boni.daiy Cr. �� Times you fail  or r.-fuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure, namely 5i.7.17 together with all costs  of advertising, your interest in siid mineral  claim shall become vested iu melyourco-owner--  upon filing in the prope, office fu that behalf  the affidavit reouired by Section 4 of the "Mineral Act Amend ment Act, 19iVi."  Dated this 3rd dav of M.irch, lrMI3.  ROSE C. DAVEY,  Last publication June 15. THE   BOim )AY CKEEK   TIMES  Page 3  Crown  or  its representative, be-  i cause  it   affected   the cboseu advisers of the Sovereign.  KKRNIE  l'REK  T-RKSS.  The mines at the three collieries are making' good headway  since the settlement. At Michel  the output has reached a daily  average of 1000 tons and in another week this amount will be  increased to 1200 tons. The coke-  ovens arc running- their full capacity at that place.  At Coal Creek the daily average has reached betweed seven  and eight hundred tons and this  output is steadil}^ increasing. No.  3 mine will be in a condition to  work in another week. Out of  the 424 ovens at Fernie 277 are  now in use, and more ovens are  being started every day.  At Morrissey the output has  reached 600 tons. A new narrow gauge locomotive is now in  use which by its larger capacity  is a great, acquisition to the  camp.   .  The construction on the coke  oven plants at Michel and Morrissey is being rapidly pushed.  Harry Oldlaud is expected from  Pennsylvania on Tuesday and  will take charge of the construct  ion at Morrissey. He has just  completed a plant at Pennsylvania. At the Coal Creek mines  considerable construction work is  being done. A large force, of  Italians are now working on the  motor road connecting the new  tunnels, Nos. 4 and 5, with the  tipple. These new mines will be  developed at once. Already,trial  drifts have penetrated to the coal  and permanent tunnels will now  be built.  The power house for the new  electric plant at Coal Creek mines  is now complete, The engine  which is of 250 horse power is on  the ground and is being placed in  position. The boilers in the old  engine house are being utilized in  connection with the plant and  they are being covered with  asbestos which will increase their  power 25 per cent. The power  line from the plant to Fernie will  be built as soon as practicable.  onel Prior to attempt to explain  or to offer the excuse that he was  not a parly to the nefarious acts  of Wells nnd tlie other ministers  of the Dunsmuir cabinet. The  fact reinatns that the Dunsmuir  gang deliberately conspired with  the C. P. R. to despoil the province, to rob the people of (i25,-  000 a ores oi' the richest lauds in  British Columbia. It is the veriest folly for Colonel Prior to attempt to show that he was ignorant of their intentions. He could  not help knowing- that the whole  scheme was a gigantic robbery  of the most barefaced kind. But  even supposing he was not aware  of the real intention of the gang  when he formed the cabinet, he  certainly is now.  Are vou nsin��- Blue Kibhou Tea ?  WESTERN  MINING  WOKIJ).  The consumption of copper for  1902 was divided amongst the  following countries :     Germany,  121,877; North America, 224,000;  Austria-Hungary. 22,440; Russia,  24,398; Italy, 14.0f>3; Scandinavia,  Spain, Belgium, Turkey and  Asia, 20,000 to 25.000; making a  total of 595,234 tons. The production during the same period  was 557,942 tons, showing that  the consumption was about 40,-  000 tons in excess of the production,  VANCOUVER  PROVINCE.  There is a good deal to be hoped for and expected from the visit  to this country during August  aud September of the party of  members of the British parliament uuder the direction of Lord  Lvveden. The itinerary which  has been arranged for is a fairly  good one, and will allow of a  rapid trip from the Atlantic to  the Pacific coast and back again.  But. apparently, it does not allow  for any visit such as ought to be  given to the prairie wheat fields of  Manitoba and the Northwest  Territories, although at that  time the harvest Avill be iu full  swing. It does not allow either  for a sufficient stay in the cities  on the coast or for time to inspect  reasonably well the beauties of  the mountain scenery. No doubt  however, the programme will be  altered and improved when the  party reaches Canada.  phoenix pionek:;.  Manager Tonkin, of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal Co., is evidently  playing even for the time lost in  the recent strike. If reports are  correct, he has raised the price of  coke 25 ccfits per ton. All of  which does not please the British  Columbia smelter men, it is needless to remark. Some time since  Crow's Nest coke was sold at S4  per ton at the ovens. Theu it  was raised to S4.25, and now  still another raise has been made.  Perhaps Mr. Tonkin believes in  making hay while the sun shines,  with the surety of competition in  the future.  ROSSLAND  MINER.  The Prior ministry is utterly  discredited over the appalliug revelations that have o ccurred in  connection with the Columbia &  Western land grant in East  '"EfttftedAj.    It is us^lefcs'far Col-  VANCOUVEK   NEWS-A��VERTI.SEK.  The events iu the Provincial  legislature during the past week  must afford much food for reflections for the electors of British  Columbia. Wc are inclined to  think that those reflections will  not be of the most pleasant character. The vote on Wednesday  on Mr. Curtis' motion that a dissolution should take place at the  close of the present session���can  be regarded in no other light but  apracticakdefeat of~the-government. The resolution can be  read in no other way but as au  expression of opinion that the  government does not possess such  support in the constituencies as  would justify it attempting to  continue to direct provincial  affairs any longer than is necessary to pass the requisite appropriations for the public scrvics,  aud then submit itself to the will  of the electors. And iu that view  there is no question that a very  kjrge majority ofthe electors will  concur. It was within the power  of the speaker of the house to  render a signal service to the  country by giving, his vote in  favor of the resolution. When a  member is placed in the chair he  ceases to be a partisan or to have  any political bias, according to  the best traditions of "British par-  limentary proceedings. Mr.  Pooley appears to have realised  that, and to have thought it incumbent upon him to give some  explanation to the house of the  course he took. The reason he  alleged will not bear examination. It was, however, in line  with the farcical suggestion he  made ou the previous day���that  such a resolution encroached on  the prerogative of the Crown. It  would be just as reasonable to  say that anv vote of want of confidence was  a reflection, on the  How to Ward off an Attack of Rhne  inatism  "Kor years, wlien spring lime c.;nm>  on and I wen! inln jfimliMiititf, 1 was  sure to have an atl.-icW of rheumatism  and every al tacit was :iioiv severe lliun  the preceding one," says Josie Me Don  aid, of Man, I.o^aii county, West Va.  "1 tried everything with no relief what  ever, until I procured a bottle os Cliara-  berlnin's Pain Balm, and (lie li st application g-avc me ease, and before the  first bottle was used I felt like a new-  person. Now 1 feel that I rim cured  but I always keep.a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Ralm hi the house and  when I feel any symptoms of a return  I soon drive'it away with one or two  applications of this liniment. Korsalc  by J. L. White Greenwood and A. K.  Thomas Midway.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To William McDonald and tn anv person or  persons to whom lie mav have transferred his  interest in the "Irene" mineral claim situate in  Smith's camp in the Ketlle River 'Mining Division of Yale District, British Columbia.  Yon are herein- noli (led that I have expended  $100.00 in order to hold the above-named "Irene/  mineral claim under tliu provisions of the  Mineral Act, that yon owe me a balance of  S3fi.00.on your proportion of the said sum for  your undivided live sixth's interest in thesaid  claini on llielast assessment done on said claim  and tliat von owe me a balance of Slfi.87 for  your share of the previous assessment on the  said claini and'if within 90 days from the firsi  insertion of this notice you fail or refuse to  contribute the sum of S52.S7 uliich is now due  by vou. tsfrether with aK costs of advorlisiujr,  your interest in thesaid mineral claim wilt lie  come tlie property of me the subscriber, vour  co-owner, tinder section Four of an Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, :<I00.-'  Dated at Greenwood. II. C. the .Willi dav of  April, 1003.  Mcl.ood & Brown, RMMANUEL IWSTIiONI  Solicitors       Julv 17  Rn j falls k Trillin -I ill  Nelson & Fort Slicppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & C. N.'Co,  Van. Vic. k 15. Ry.iH. Co.  The only all rail roule between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacilic. ancr'O. K. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with llic Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K,  & S.   points.  Connects at Curlew with sta^e for  Greenwood and Midway. B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains bet ween  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22  LlSAVK  Spokane  Rossi a iid  Nelson  .    (Millers, Grand  Forks)  Republic  I-I. A. JACKSON,  Gen era I ���- -Passen jf cr T\��en Ir "" "^��  Spo   ka nt',Wash  9:25 a  10:15 a. in  7:00 a. m  11:00 a. ni  9J5 a. m  1902-  Akrivk  5:45 p. ni.  5:10 p. in.  S:00 p. m.  ���1:0(1 p.  in  5:40 p. in.  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  ToA.HR ANSON.   I>. R.CAMPISF.T,!.,,   n.  A.  CAMERON and auyothers concerned :  You are hereby nolilied thai 1 have expended  in labor and improvements mi tlie "lloslou"  "Toronto" aud "St. Louis*' Mineral claims,  situate <n Cranberry Creek. West Fork of  of Keltle River, iu {lie Kettle River Mininjr  Division of Yale District, the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and S7.50 for recording the  same, such heiiifr the amount required and  necessary lo hold the said claims under the  provisions nf Uie "Mineral Act* and Ainetidiiitr  Acts: and if at the expiration of ninety dtivs  from ihe date of the first publication of lliis  notice iu tin; Houndary Creek- Times yon fail  or refuse to contribute vour portion of such expenditure, namely ��230.50.' together with al  costs of . ailvii'iisinir, your interest in said  mineral claims shall become invested iu me  (your co-owner) upon lilinyin the proper oflice  in that behalf theafliilavil required bv Section  A of the '���Mineral Act Amendment Act. 1W."  Dated this 28th day of October. I'X>2.  JOHN N. (JKRIIKN  Last implication Jan. 31. 19H.1.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  A MA NOV   .Mineral    Claini,    sitn.'il.-    iu     the  Keltle     River    Mininir   Division   of   Vale  District.    Where   located :    Iu  bolif Lake  camp.  TAKK Xi'iTlCK thai I. C. /IC. Shtnv atfolit  for James Hunter, Free Miner's Ceiliiicate No.  P5WI23 intend, sixty days from the date Iiereof.  toapply tothe Minitifr Recorder fora Certiiicate  of Improvements, fur ilie nurpnsc of obtruniiitr  a  Croieu t.r.tui of the aboveclaim.  And further lake notice that aclion, under  section .17. must In. commenced before the issuance of sueh Ceriilicate of Improvements.  Dated Ihis.lth dav of Julv. A. I>. IO111.  First issue Nor. is. (.;, ..\. I'.. SHAW.  *0  ���5.9  ���:���<>  1 I 1 I 1 1 f  Kstiiblisljoil   1896.  ���:,'M<'<��xk��X"Hk~>***~>'>**-w*^  ���00^<K^OOWOOOOC-OOOaOOOOOOS:000-00<>0<WH3(K>0<HKK><K>00<^  �� *��� Tl-ilS���* :  $  v  it  x  X  I.J.  X  '*?  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BURNS & CO.....  ���:-   w  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  .  ���* S        l=? .-J S   ;*-.       *f: ,"��� u ���;  ii i i.itii.nM  il.'i. , ni..      , ,",.       _ ,i         il..  iAGENTS! CtoiLECTORS-lETC.  ,^ ;g ~   - _"- ~   - " _ / _" i  ���f  I    FRED B.,*HGLMES,; .. i  Agent,"*! Collector/ ^janitor. S   Iyarg-e  .. ;��  js-areh^u^ for Btdring-'goods.  P.O. Box 55    Residence opp, city hall;  -g-     SI ; ' '   W. P. Dickson the well known electrical erig-iheer of Nelson" was in the  city this week.  r^s     pi ^-^iy*  'J ASSAYERS.  \i WA^TERife.nsEGSWORTH  .'���'-     $*  ���/Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Coptrol'Assays a Specialty; -:;  J ' Greenwood, B. C.  ��� x ���:-��>v''>-vvv---yAS-v-j'.v.--'. ,  v .,, SJ   TAILORING.  V     .r<i^-IfcSON.&-CO.   -        :  Merchant fTallors.     "-Greenwood, St.  |  M^^m EL,SON, .     . ���  ���> Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel,  BARBER SHOPS.  A w    * a w-  it:  ���;  GREENWOdD,"iB ARBER ^HOP.?'  t     V    W. FRAWI.BY, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.    Baths 2Sc.i  ���    .' Razors Honed. "'"''''""   '*"''  Cpppe1?'Strefel;: --' ^'~* �� Green wood, B.C.  ^SiifiiffiCIW>Sl:  W'SHaW-"^'^  Barristers, .Solicitors,  Nojr'ARlItSjPUBilC.  Cable Address:      b'Xmeit.'.'j     s*./vv  V jj    as-       y      v--*,- 'A  JI.  rnt,���� J Bedford l&'Nelll's-iGiwriwivboD.'AT  CoDB9 i Moretng- & Neal's �� e  belter's....-...-   ��',e"_  I. B.  HALI.BTT.  H.crSHAW.  ifaOLEODl* &RkMM J. I hi  S     BARRIS^iCRS AND SOIvIClTORS,    .,  *���     ^"fr'-^er^*  *$$? _i'K .-/'v*s ��--������  fpfficeirWal^Ke-Mlller Ubck.'GhpjSer street;1  'f, '-Greenwood, B.C.  J.E.R.  CTtTimrf.-y*   '--ff-t-  J. P. McTvEon.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  i ����� &%* ^RRfsxER and SOLICITOR  RenaStPBlScKir r:^J ���" 'Green wood," B. C  CHARLESAE/SHAW.  ;.;>-=.���  .  Dominic^'-A anb | F^RhyiNciAi|  ^4 E<AND^SjJRYBYOR.H   j: �� \r   ���'���'  Office with Gannco & Wickwire.        *  i!r-':ii   .!':'i'-i '.)'}���.'; ^Telephone No. 32.;  greenwood; .-    .���    .- -  .���.. s. o.  4^j S. ASHCROFT.  '     '   -    Dominion and ���  .,; Provincial Land Surveyor.  *c*-w.>  V^.-,;  Mlnlni and Engineering Surveys:  jf! y\ Underground Work a specialty.  ^Too'd Block' mextCiisto'ma office.)  ;,"-7'7': ?.'r " *~ 'i;'"r;: '���': greenw  'GREENWOOD, B. C.  ��-���<��'���  MANUFACTURER AMD DKALER IN  *''^i  Ij*'<:  flips. Etc., tit.  .^.GREENWOOD ANt> Ml IJ WAV. I'.. C.  } .Do voiruBeii'i^Riblidii "reav' "���  ?    A.* *  Capt. Harry Johns, superintendent  of thej Sunset "mine-was.around ;i#ain  this week after a sieg-e of rnther serious illness.  John A. Crawford has returned to  Greenwood after spending the winter  at his old home on the borde.r line between Eng-land and Scotland:"' >'".'.'.  W. J. Snodg-rass who was here, last  :week..b'n his way home from l,e. Grande,  Ore., has decided to reopen the Greenwood steam laundry about; Ma.v 1st,  Captain Long- will relate her experience as a Salvation- Army-officer of  which two[.years andja half were spent  in Alaska, Saturday, May 2nd,-.- --���������---  King Rees, P. Burns &'Co.'s Phoenix managerV'whb' was"rath'erseri6usly  ill in Greenwood for a few days has  returned to PlioViiixs'accompanied by  Mrs. Rees.  James Dale cameKdown from/ the  West Fork 011 Monday. He reports  that .the , gang employed are doing-  g6odrwork on the wagon road. The  force'should, be. increased, however, if  the road:;is;to be completed; before late  in the siimmer,!;   :; .'   H. ) ���)  ' <  f;; B; Ii. \Vood, the merchant tailor, haa  returned' tfom Ladysmith and has!  opened up in F. J. Mitchell's old stand;  on. ..Coppei;-. .street. t.;.rVMr.. ,vyood was-  doing a iarge business ihXadysrriith  biit'oVriaccount of 'th'e'lbck but there  which=has thrown 1200 menout; of em-,  ployment, he decided to return to  Greenwood;; -w        ��� .y'W  ��� E.' G. Warren, "*Jnanager of the  Greenwood Electric company has pur-  thased the Greenwood "branch of the*  Cunningham Electric company. A.:  W. Ehglish.::ihe\resicleiitf'manager for^  the latter company will shortly leavfr  for- Edmonton;, to, join> his ..partner C;  G4Cudniiighaim who-;issdbing a;large  business in -that flourishing- Northwest  town.  ' Ciiri'tbn'A. S. Atwood manager for.;  Hunter-Kendrick company- jrat^ Grand  Forks came over on Monday to move  his family whoTieftwith hinioh Tuea  day; ��� to :make vtheir> home: at Grand  iFbrks. ��� 'On Saturday: the ladies of St.  Jude's church ^presented. Mrs. Atwood  with- an engrossed address and silver  ware as-a token of $ appreciation of the  cheerful and valuable church work  which Mrs. Atwood iias performed in  connection with St. Jude's.; The presentation was made at an afternoon  tea in the church., ',,  Teachers' Institute  The meeting of the provincial  Teachers':Institute held last week in  Revelstoke was a great ..success. Among  the local teachers who attended w*re  Miss Francis Gibson and Miss Mary  Laid who returned on Saturday. The  Provincial; Teachers' Institute, holds  .inefetiiigs annually under the direction  of the Education department, the  object being to eiiable (lie provinoial  teachers to .exchange views on dif  ferent' snlijects relating to school work  and receiyepractical .lessons in the art  ���of teaching.     There   were   about   90  1 Btttiter-Kendrick Co. Ltd!  Spring is Here and House Cleaning Time  is Here.  With our full assortment of Carpets, Rugs, Floor Oilcloth,   Linoleums,  -.--::.-_n..:.-..-.-.-^nd Lace Curtains we are sure to please the buyer.  Everything new in  White Goods, Wash Goods, Lawns, Muslins, and  Housekeeping Linens.  You are always Welcome to calJ and enjoy looking at our New Goods,  whether as an observer or purchaser.  hi  I Hunter-  Ltd!  * Greenwood, B. C. g  teachers present. Among the papers  read were the following ��� Diawing by  D. Blair of the Provincial Normal  School; Geography by A. Sullivan;  Pacific Coast History, R. E. Gosnell;  Arithmetic, J. D. Buchanan; Hand and  Eye training, H. Dunnell; English,  Miss Grepfell, B. A.; Literature, Inspector Burns; Education of Teachers.  R. .T.Clark, B. A.; School Libraries,  Inspector Wilson; History and Geography,-J. D. Biichanai.. Morality,!;.  Hutulle, It. A.j'NatureStudy, Inspector  Burns, and High School entrance, J. S.  Gorditi, B. A.  Chocolates  Bons  CITY.  ������Bay Chem^  For   Your   .Sweetheart7or  ' Wife ���;-,";-,:-."'-v'*"^  S* ��d* ��^* ^* i^B *^* J& ����* ^* JR d& StjR id* St St'St  xl i.Atyi'nij.sj.ii : i A  ?   Ulnrtn  ll    li liiiiinniv   V  I lliirnn vmmimmd  D'-,T  1  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  �� SKATES SHARPENED. %  I PAINTING AND ;  I'"-'"������"'���".;   SIGN WORK.  I Cop^raSt^(-h6feenwol.  & -v  .*-.������   -, ' T.  t: j ��� ���   . ��� . \ .. $    ft x  *  A    I''    X  X Well heated rooms at moderate ��!���  X, prices. Also first class; board X  *- by day or week. J*  I   U THE.,SWAYNE  HOUSE,... ; X  'Silver Streets   '' '��� ^  A...,.- ... ^...,^_   Greenwoods      ���>  A_._ ..  _._,     ^���_ ._:r___^_^^.^  E. W. BISHOP  PIMBING  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEATING  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood  Eowney's*  &8i!s<Mt Bros*,  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  B^B. Bllunm  RUSSEL-LAW-GAULRELD GO.,  LIMITED.  r5^.l'~iT-'>.'-*Ji:  The Store Where iGoods and Prices Are  ���Always Rights       j  O;OO<>Oo6oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO<K>O0<X>OO<KK>O<><>O<>O<>OOOOOOOO<>O<>O  0000<><>0<)��00<>00<>00<>000000<K1'80000<KX>000^000000000<>0<XW  *   P. O. BOX 2%  PHONE 111  >..���,������-���}  W,j.JncMillan&Go.  Wholesale grocers and agents  TueRett Cigar Co.t Union Label Cigars  BRANDS:  ftlonogram. Marguerlta, Boijuet, Our Special. El Justillo, El Condor.  -;.-,   Sartntlzaios. Schiller.   Also Tucketts Union Latel Cigarettes. KaraackT. *  ,.,;.; VB.*,V. C. ... ' ������  ... ' .���_. ^  ;:  Corner Alexander Street and ColtiinMa Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  00000<>0<>000<>0<>00<>0<>0<>0<><X>0*00<>000<>00000<>000000<X)0000��'  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOiK^iXHXK}^ # OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  00000000000000000000000000*00000000000000000000000000  AND  ffll��M�� I DRILL COMPANY....  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines. Narrow Guaee Locomo-  '���-������     ���... .. . -./.. tives, Compressors; Drills. Etc.  ~~^~~*~*  R. PB WILLIAMS,  AGENTS  GREENWOOD, B.jpi  000000000000000000<>OOOOOOOi-SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  FOR SALE  (Christensoil's Addition)  L����TS (50 x 100)  TO INVESTORS A first-class chance to  obtain a suitable site on which to erect a residence for rental  tO  Smelter employees.    Buy  build and own your home.        *  EASY TERMS.  ELKINS & HODGES,  Rendell Block.  TRY^  Us With Your Next Order of Job Work.  THE TIMES, Pag,  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  A"  #1 T /��  |S  il  &�� S3   El   \\,  j  Wii! not <ro'"Y>n Forever.  It iitH'ils ,;-Hxuu>; sonic: -  I'imes. *'<��������'. That is our  business. #��])rm'i wail:  until youi' watch yets  dojr<j*ecL" up and won't  yo.      I.[arc:    it   cleaned.  Y/atclimaker  and Jeweller,  X GREENWOOD, B.   C. i  frW^F^  iiS  L--J  CROCKERY  GLASSiVARiS  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE!  BAR GOODS  'Pile   larg-cst   hotels   and   finest  residences in B.C. were fur-.  rushed bv us throughout  WEILER.BROS. '  ' VICTORIA, B.C.  g ��3  FURNITURE  CARPETS  We Handle New as Well as  2nd Hand Goods.  Qfe���m  "^Us*  -All Lines of���  A'    1^  Tin," Gra'nit 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  will exchange for your old stove.  WE BUY EVERYTHING,  0, !. C. New and 2nd  Ilami Store,  A. L. WHITE & CO.  P. Burns' Slaughter House. I ^w-k^xm^w^xk-hx-w^ <~x��x��:��x~x��x��:��:":^ a  i      < >  Has Been Removed to a Point Below  Anaconda.  P. Burns & Co , have removed their  stock and slaughter yards from Eholt  Meadows, situate between Greenwood  and ISholt, to a Hfcw location about a  mile south of Greenwood, where they  liave purchased a five acre site recently  from Wood & Galloway, in i*.lose proximity to Ilie Columbia & Western railway.  Tlie improvements being made at  (lie new site are the necessary build-  iujjs and yards for sl.iug-hterinp purposes, buildings for storage of meat,  erection of stock scales, installation of  steam boiler for use chiefty in rendering-down tallow, putting-in a railway  siding-, and other works necessary for  ;!ie establishment supplying- practically the whole of the meat for the  iJonudary district trade, - carload lots  going hence to Grand Forks, Phoenix  ami other Boundary centres of population. Some seven-.men are regularly  emploj'ed in connection with tending-  and slaughtering- live stock and delivery of meat,' so that the bringing near  to Greenwood of this establishment  gives it one more home industry to  add to the building-up of this town.  There is the further advantage of  (he transient business to be derived  from those who bring in cattle from  the ranges of the Okanagan and Similkameen and who usually atay a day or  two in town and spend a little money  after thev have delivered their stock.  There will he a meeting of the  Greenwood Tennis Club at the Board  of Trade rooms on Monday next. A  full attendance is requested.  Church of England  MINERAL ACT;  Certificate of Improvements.  XiiTlClC.  "DIAMO-XD JOE" :iiul   -'DOir-.i. KUL''   Min-  er.il   Claims   situate,   in   tli-   KiMtle Kiver  Miiiiiii'.- Division uf Vale I>i-,tiirt.  Whero located in Summit Camp.  TAK�� NO'l'ICliiliiit I.C. A. I-:. S!i:i\v. atrciit  for .Tane Ku^^cll Fiv,; .MiiKs-'s Certificate Ni>. B5ISU7. Junius C. Helm, i-'ieo Minor's  Certificate Xu. IIOS'S. Welliuirto:! Iil*?on. Free  Miner's Certitic.it.: Xc. ISii-M-l. Uvan Parry.  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. ISs-vim. and William ��.'Pei.ersoii. Fi'.:e .MiiL-i'.- '..-eritticate Xo.  B 64SQ7f iiit'.'ml, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply co .he Miniiiy kecorder for a Certili-  eate of" Improvements, tor the. purpose ol  obtaining* a Crown Grants of the above claims.  And   further  take  notice that aclion. audei  section   -���-".  must  be  mmni-uc-.-:  before tha is- i  sttance of such Certificate of Improvements.        j  r%ted this, 20th day of M arch. A. D. 1903.  <t. A. E.SHAW,?'. L. ��.  The members of the congregation of  St. Jude's gave the annual Easter  entertainment on behalf of the funds  of the church in the Masonic hall last  Thursday evening. The programme  consisted of a variety concert lasting  until 10.30 after which dancing was  begun and continued till 1.30 a. m,  Refreshments of the summer order  were served by the ladies throughout  the evening, and seemed to be very  popular, while an attractive stall was  provided in the hall itself for the sale  of home-made candy and cut flowers  for button holes.  There was an unusually large .attendance throughout the evening and  all seemed to be enjoying themselves.  Those dancing certainly owe a not inconsiderable debt of;gratitude tothe  members of the Greenwood band, who  so kindly gave their services, and in  fact made the dance a success:. The  proceeds were about ��>100 net.  The annual meeting of the congregation was held on Tuesday evening  21st, a fair attendance present. The  People's warden presented, under the  circumstances, a fairly satisfactory  balance sheet, but expressed a hope  that the monthly returns from sub-  scribers..w.oiild.be���better.--in--the--present-  year. Tlie Rector, the Rev. W. A.  Robins, reviewed the year past, and  contrasted matters as they stood in  1902 with a large debt, Easter 1903.  After briefly outlining what he hoped  would be the work of the present year,  aud thanking various members of the  congregation for their services, he  proceeded to the election of the officers  for the year. Business was brought  to a close at 10 o'clock.  Services next Sunday, 2nd after,  Easter. 8 a. m. Holy communion. 11  a. m. Matins and sermon. 2.30 p. m.  Children's service. 7.30 p. in. Evensong and sermon.  New Organdies, New Dress Linens, New Linen Skirting  New Chambrays, New Dotted Swiss Muslins, New  Linen Batic, New Grenadines, New Black Dress Goods,  New   Dress  Trimmings, Prints.  New  Lace   Lisle   Hose.  N  ew  Cotton Hose.   New Shirt Waists  Blouses.    New Dress Skirts in  broadcloth,   cheviots.  READY  Notice.  The Liberal-Conservatives in the  Greenwood electoral district are re-  questetl to attend a meeting for tlie  purpose of organization, election of  olliccrs, etc.  Such meeting will be held at the  Hoard of Trade rooms, GreenwooiJ.il.  ('., ou Friday evening, May 1st, 1903.  a I 8 o'clock.  Greenwood, B. C.  April 20th, 1903.  Poultry Pointers.  \V. F. Brace,- (single comb Brown  Leghorns specialist) won at the recent  show held iu 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 SI.50 per 13. First  come, first served.  Can also spare a few thoroughbred  Mammoth Pekin duck eggs, at ��1.50  per dozen.   .Imported stock.  '     J. J. BANNESMAX,  X Venetians   and  Lustres,   richly  trimmed   and  handsomely  |   X finished, ---������  f  x  RENBELL& C@.  Y  Y  1-  < >  B. L. Wood has reopened  a tailor shop on Copper  street (F. J. Mitchell's  old stand) and will be  pleased to welcome all  his old customers and  man}' new ones who  want  The Latest Goods  Best Workmanship  A Perfect Fit.  Merchant Tailor  Copper St,     Greenwood  S.BARRY YUILL  ���<k��:,m:k~hk~:..:~>^  T  DEALERS IN  | FURNITURE, x 'CARPETS, j  I LINOLEUMS, ETC.  X ��� Y  %    COPPER STREET,    '..- GREENWOOD. ��  ��*w#**����#**#*#**��#*#*#*#.��#*****��������*��#��#<i��ei��i��!i��isi9a��������i*  P. BURNS * CO.  <F*>^b  WH0LSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Fresh and Cured Meats  *  ��  -��  *  ��  ���*  ��  Markets in all the principle towns of  British  Columbia, .'���   ,  Alberta and the Yukon. ���  m.  CF*  CF*  CF*-  0=*  CF<  Gr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  G=*  CF*  <F*  CF*  CF*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  Rest .$8,000,000.  President.   I,ord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gborok A. Drdmmond.  General Manag-er :   E. S  Ci.ouston.   --������"'-���*--��� -^y  BranchesinoMonrEiirTc&ief^  Buy and sell Sterling-Exchang-e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers'Credits, available in any parfof the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  a���o  ������2  **%  PeD  mMMMMMMMmmmmmMMMMmM  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD*  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  IHVriCR.  "UANDY" SI .1 -SlUiPRISK FRACTIONAL'  Miner; I j' :iinis. .i'nate in tlm Ketlle River  Mtniti).   ' ivision nf Yale District.  Where . ialed :   Greenwood Camp.  TAKE ��OTICE tliat 1. Jolm P. McLeod,  Fret Miner's Certiiicate No. B54')M, as  aifeit*. for Svdney M. Johnson. Free Miller's  Certificate No. H417&L Intend, sixty davs from  the date hereof, to applv to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for ihe  pnrpose of obtaining a Crown Grant9 of the  above claims.  And further take notice that aclion, under  se^tiou 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificates of  Improvements.  Dated thU 12th day of March A. D., 19o3.  fcarthia. M^y 13 J. P. M��6BOP  THE CANADIAN ftANK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Incorcorated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,500,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  Us With Your Next Order of Job Wort  THE TIMES.


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