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 -J.-..-.  a *  V}..   ',". . ".���,.  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1903.  No. 51  POLITICAL  FORECAST  The  List    of   Candidates  Up to Date  GRITS II HI MAJORITY  Are Certain of Carrying 24  Out of a House of 42  Seats  Next Saturday evening the majority  of the Conservative candidates will be  nominated by conventions in the  several ridings of the province. In  Greenwood and one or two other  ridings where Conservatives are not  sufficiently strong to stand the pace  set them by John Houston, the president of the Provincial association,  conventions will be held later on ���  provided the faithful attend in sufficient numbers. Tonight the Conser  vatives are holding preliminary meetings at G-eenwood, Eholt and Midway  for the purpose of electing delegates,  and the convention will" be held in  Greenwood next Friday evening.  From all the information that can be  obtained from reliable sources it looks  as if the Liberals are going to have a  good working majority in' the next  legislature. The bold and aggressive  railway policy which Sir Wilfrid  Laurier unfolded in the commons the  other ' day will mean much to British  Columbia'and the people, generally are  determined -that'British Columbia* is  going to--support and co-operate with  Sir Wilfrid in that splendid policy of  development; this province needs so  much. The Times does not wish any  of its readers to wager any money on  its forecast because it is an old saying  that there is nothing so uncertain as  an election or a horse race. . Something  unusual may happen in the two and a  half months before the election to affect  the result; but as has already been  stated the Liberals from all indications  are certain of a good working majority.  To begin at the beginning. Alberni  on the west coast of Vancouver Island  is certain to return a Liberal.  If .the Liberals of Victoria would only  get together and not let so many private   interests   influence   the   contest  "they could-elect-four--Liberals."-With1  a strong faction of   the   Conservative  party determined to knife Hon.  A. 13.  McPhillips, the attorney-general in the  McBride   cabinet,   the   Liberals    are  almost sure of electing two men.  Saanich is Hon. D. M. Eberts' camping ground. . The ��� exposures in the  legislature must certainly have weakened him in that constituency and  should he again be the candidate he is  almost certain to meet defeat. In the  1900 election Charles Sangster, a good  Liberal, was only a few votes short of  victory, and with Eberts' bad record  the Liberals should win this seat.  Esquimau will go Tory. The Liberals  will put up a hard fight there, but it  will be a hopeless one. The majority  of the electors of Esquimalt have been  Tories since '59 and they will continue  Tory   until   the   great reaper gathers  them in.  Cowichan is another district that is  likely to return a Conservative for a  similar reason. Of course newcomers  may affect the result, but at this distance these two districts are conceded  to the Conservatives.  T. F. Patterson, the Libeial candidate, is invincible in the Islands district.   His election is certain.  Newcastle, a new electoral district on  the outskirts of Nanaimo, is one of the  puzzles in this election. It may return  a Liberal, but is given to the Conservatives because it is within the principality of Dunsmuiria.  Nanaimo city will elect a Liberal.  J. H. Hawthornthwaite will in all probability ruu there as a Socialist, but he  cannot be elected, and the Conservatives have no show.  Comox will return a Liberal this  time.   The labor men have wisely  de-  Board of Trade  A well attended meeting of the  Greenwood board of trade was held on  Wednesday afternoon with President  Ehrlich in the chair. The department  of marine and fisheries wrote that acting on the recommendation of  Fisheries Inspector Sword Boundary  creek and Long lake would be stocked  from other lakes in the vicinity. This  will be done at thz most suitable time  for spawning. There are already  rapidly increasing trout in Boundary  creek above the falls, and these will be  augmented by a supply from West  Fork lakes. Opinions were freely expressed nt the meeting that local fishermen should refrain from fishing  above the falls this year. If this is  done it is expected that there will be  an abundant .supply of trout in the  creek next. The president and secretary were appointed a committee with  power to add to their number to see  that a thoroughly representative  mineral exhibit should be sent to the  Spokane Interstate fair.  John's Joke  Duncan Ross of Greenwood, secretary  treasurer of the Interior District Grit  Council, returned last week from his  organizing vacation in the Similkameen. He reports having organized  several strong associations. He lost  his geographical location of the  country, drifted across the line,  organized a Liberal association at  Molson, Washington, and as he was  about to bombard Bolster, was called  down by the American officers, who  told him they did not want any Clan-  na-Gael societies over there.���Nelson  Tribune. Courage.brotherJohn! There  is no association up Salt Creek,  so that you will not be pestered  with those dreadful Grits when you go  there after October 31.  Welcomed Home  Dr. and Mrs. Spankie arrived home  on Tuesday's train after spending their  honeymoon among the Thousand  Islands. They received a hearty welcome from the doctor's numerous  friends in the city. The citizens'  band serenaded the happy con pie in the  evening and was rewarded by a handsome contribution to the band fund.  It is rumored that the doctor's Conservative friends are not willing that he  should remain a private citizen, but  that they are anxious he should be  their nominee at the approaching provincial election.  ��� Will Serve ^Luneh  ^  On Wednesday, the 19th, the ladies  of the Church of England will provide  a most excellent cold lunch from 12  noon onwards, for all comers, next door  to the Bank of B. N. A., Copper street.  Price 40 cents; children half price.  Ice cream and lemonade. Afternoon  tea till 5 o'clock.  Last Saturday Jimmy Wartman, employed at the Boundary Falls smelter,  met with a painful accident. While  working around the new furnaces a  10x10 timber fell across his right foot,  breaking several bones. He will be  laid up for several weeks.  COLD FIM  IS BONDED  D. W. McVicar and W. T.  Hunter Acquire Claim  E A  The Mine Has Plenty of High Grade  Shipping Ore.  D. W. McVicar, manager of the  E. P. U. mines, and W. T. Hunter, of  the Hunter-Kendrick company, have  bonded the Gold Finch mine in Skylark camp from C. W. H. Sansome.  The amount of the bond is not made  public, but a substantial cash payment  is to be made within ten days. A small  interest in the property is held by a  well known Chicago capitalist, which  he will retain. The Gold Finch adjoins the E. P. U. mines and will be  worked in connection therewith, as  Mr. McVicar and his associates own  that group. The Gold Finch was one  of the first of Greenwood's high grade  properties toatlrast attention. Several  shipments of high grade ore have been  made from the Gold Finch and there is  a splendid showing*of high grad-: ore  at present. Mr. McVicar has demonstrated his ability to properly exploit  the high grade veins of the district, as  the E. P. U. has been a regular and  profitable shipper and it is confidently  expected that under his management  the Gold Finch will? take a leading  place among the high grade mines of  the district. Work on .the' mine will be  commenced, in a. few" days, adding to  the ever increasing number of men  employed near :the city. The Gold  Finch is situated up Twin creek, about  half a mile up past the city hal'..  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-  BIG CELEBRATION  Mining Association  Last February a large ntiiiiber of  people intimated their desire tdbecome  members of the Greenwood branch of  the Provincial Mining association.  The formal organization of this branch  under the constitution and bylaws of  the parent body has been recently undertaken. As yet a very small proportion of the original number have signed  the roll. It is desirable that the most  important mining section of the province should have a large and influential membership. Within the next  few days the local executive will issue  an appeal to the public to enrol themselves as members of the Greenwood  association.  Painful Accident  Duncan Mcintosh, suberintendent of  the Providence and Gold Bug proper  ties, met with a painful accident on  Monday last. While breaking down  rock that had been loosened by a blast,  a large body suddenly gave way and  caught him on the right leg. The flesh  was badly bruised and lacerated, but  fortunately no bones were broken. He  will be incapacitated for some time, but  nothing serious is anticipated by the  medical men in attendance.  MINES AND  SMELTERS  A Busy Week at Boundary  Smelters  Spokane Fair  . The tenth annual Spokane Interstate  fair will be the first week in October,  the same dates being chosen as have  proven so successful in the past. There  are few portions of the country but  what have an annual exhibition of some  kind. Every community has some  point to which its people go once a year  for amusement and recreation. This  is what the Spokane Interstate fair is  to the inland empire. Our people will  go to Spokane this year as they have  'always done. While in this way they  are taking their fall vacation they have  the satisfaction of knowing they are  patronizing what has"' b'��feh of great  benefit in developing and. making  public the resources of this part of the  country.  The committee in charge has  perfected all arrangements for  the bier celebration in Greenwood  on Wednesday next. All the  mines and smelters will close on  that day; the business houses will  also close and all will combine to  make the celebration the big  even of the year. The miners  generally ate taking a keen in-  i.1terest.in.theivarious.i,events,1and���  several amusing features will be  added. The Sunset smelter boys  have challenged those from the  Greenwood smelter for a baseball  match for any sum of money up  to $1000. One of the conditions of  the game is that any player with  previous experience is barred.  The tug of war between smelter-  men and miners is sure to be a  great struggle, and the drilling  matches will all be keenly contested. The hose reel race will  be a great event. A big crowd  is expected from outside points  who are sure to enjoy themselves.  cooooooooooonooooooooooooo  His Honor Judge Leamy was in the  city this week and presided in chambers* The only applicction was one in  connection with the sale of the properties of the B. C. M. & M. Co.  An order was made for security of  costs and further action adjourned until after October 31.  W. S. Keith has been appointed  assistant to Mr. Goodell, superintendent of the Sunset smelter, to succeed J.  Cuthbert Welch, who resigned last  week to accept a position at the North-  port.smelter.^Mr. _Keithwis^receiving  the congratulations of his numerous  friends because of the substantial promotion. A. Stuart Embree has been  appointed to the position in the smelter  office va.cated by Mr. Keith.  The garden party last evening, under  the auspices of the ladies of the Presbyterian church, was attended by a  large number of young and old people.  The ground, between residences of H.  C. Shaw and G. R. Naden, was an ideal  spot for such an occasion. Large bonfires lighted the surroundings, while  the citizens' band delighted the crowd.  Ice cream, cake and coffee were served  until 10:30. It was, as advertised, a  pleasant evening.  y  v  y  V  $  f-  '?  Boundary Ore Shipments*  Continued on page 5,  J  '?  <���:���  *  t  f  y  Y  V  y  y  y  y  y  y*  y*  y  y  y  y  '4  Mines.  Lode   Granby  Mother  B. C. Mine   Snowshoe   Sunset   Oro Denoro   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell   Emma   Winnipeg   Golden  Crown.  Athelstan    King Solomon....  No. 7   City of Paris   Jewel   Elkhorn   Providence   E. P. U. Mines..  Miscellaneous ....  1900  64 533  5 340  19 444    1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  297    1 731  800  150  1 076  2 250  1 200  150  560  650  040  850  665  000  160  325  890  Total Tons  230  99 730  389 618  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  Week,  o 892  2 112  '{"890  150  810  150  1903  214 518  70 302  19 365  35 982  8 900  2 265  1 040  900  785  625  100       10 146  150  532  2 175  172  23  645  129  634  107  54  507 811      15 267     364 087  All Furnaces Are Running���The  Big  Grade Mines  Once again the local smelters are  getting sufficient coke, and with 250  ovens at Morrissey in operation it is  hoped that there will be no shortage in  the future. At Boundary Falls two  furnaces are running full blast and the  Sunset mine has again commenced  shipments to the smelter. Some difficulty was experienced in securing '���he  required number of men. This wa# ..  also true at the Snowshoe mine. Increased tonnage was wanted from this  mine by the Sunset smelter and for a  few days Superintendent Aatley was  advertising for miners.  At the Greenwood smelters two furnaces are running with plenty of ore  offering. Ore from the Morrison is  still being hauled to this smelter,  although 1000 tons contracted for was  hauled some time ago. The ore can  easily stand the haulage charge and is  found useful for fluxing at the smelter.  Mr. Oliver, the manager of the Morrison Mines, Limited, is still hopeful that  the sput to the mine will be built before  the snow-flies. ������"-"..-..-._���-  The B. C. mine at Eholt has been  closed down. It is owned by a close  corporation in Montreal who evidently  do not care to do any further development work to open up new ore bodiea.  The mine has paid its owners handsomely. About 18 months ago the  mine was'closed down, but only for a  short time, and since then over 90,000  tons of high grade copper ore has been  shipped, The Denoro mines in Summit  camp have taken the place of the B. C.  mine as a shipper. Copper ore of good  value is being loaded on the cars from  the open quarries and shipped to the  Sunset smelter. The connage is being  gradually increased and if smelting  facilities offer the Denoro mines can  easily bemade oneof "thelargest" slripr"  pers in the district.  Last month was practically month of  development work at the high grade  mines. As stated in last week's Times  au upraise was run in the Providence  to canned with the old shaft, giving  better ventilation in the lower workings. Next week two carloads of high  grade ore will be sent out. At the Elkhorn considerable development work  was done and shipments will now be  resumed. The E. P. U. is shipping 23  tons of exceptionally high grade ore  to Trail this week.  A force of men are at work on the  Gold Bug and this promising promising property will soon be added to  the list of shippers.  H. H. Shallenberger is developing  sntne of his claims near the Laka in  Skylark camp. He has uncovered a  small lead of very high grade ore.  J. C. Haas and Randolph Stuart are  doing some work on the Tip Top,  another high grade property.  It is reported that both local smelters  are making arrangements to iustal  converter plants. The managements  are reticent about their intentions in  this respect, but it is safe to say that  work on these plants will be commenced before the end of the year.  These will mean the employment of  more men at home and increased pro tils  for the local companies.  .;~jm.;k��:^��;~;��;��^~Hm;^^^  Don't forget the third annual Labor  Day celebration at Phoenix on September 7 and 8. It will be the best  yet. Over $2000 in prizes. Everyone should go to the dinner bucket  town on those dates. 'age 2  THR    BOUNDARY    CREEK  TIMES  COMPANY,  LTD.  �����aav*n*iiadrra��.'(��au.-:uj*it* iulMii'**.-nit  1^1 U3AL1 iwc JU- ur iMrH M  WESTON'S SCHOOL SHOES.  extended sole  ���ess or school  ���-a well  \vc:ir.  class shoe: made  FOR BOYS:���   !3nx Calf, ijolirtiiod iii),  made and handsome shoe i'or d  Yelolir Call', double sole; a lirst  *    of solid lenlh.er.buill especial I ���/l'<ir THIS COUNTRY  FOR GIRLS:��� Vici Kid, i;atc-;Jt tip with extension sole and  spring heel���a shoe dressy enough  I'or anv occasion.  Pebbled Call' lace���the ������iron-clad" shoe for school  , and out-door wear; almost Indkstkuctibt.k.  Also a popular assortment of SLIPPERS and SANDALS.  ��� . ���;        LADIES' SHOES  We hnve the exclusive side of the nelenruted J. & T. BELL'S  SHOES in Greenwood. These ;ire the leaders in this  country, and for style, finish and durability are unequalled.  Any hist and size desired, from Box Calf to finest French Kid  "*"*'*Trrf,Ti*'-"*n",-ra  TOWELS  Huck, Honeycomb and Turkish  Towels in white  and natural, price'  to clear 15 cents  per pair, ��� while  they last.  SUMMER GOODS  The balance of our Summer  Shirt Waists, Muslins, ducks,  Piques; colored and white  Gloves in silk, lace and cotton;  also numerous other summer  goods to be closed out at Half  Price, a-id less. S'irc to be  something you want among  these.  I o   ��r*>^  ZEPHYRS  Genuine imported j  French and Scotch  Zephyrs,   regular  20 cts. and ?S cts.,  to clear at 55 ctS.  Splendid  V.ilues.  Everything in Presents  to please youn�� and old.  'We carry a large stock  the year round?" ������"  Sooks, Wall Paper, Photo  Supplies. 'Phone,34.  ^aiiiuiuiiuuiuiiiaauiuiiiiijuuiuiiiiiiiiiiuaiaiiiiiuumis:  Cbc  Boundary Greek Times  Issued every friday  Duncan Ross Managing Editok  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pek Year   Six Months   To Foreign Countries .  ..* 2 00  .... 1 2-i  .... 2 50  FRIDAY,   AUGUST  14,   1903.  GRAND.TRUNK PACIFIC  The only regrettable  incident  in   connection   with  the   Grand  Trunk Pacific is that Hon. A. G.  Blair should feel called  upon  to  withdraw from the Laurier  gov-.  ���"ernme'nt.''''^Mrr"Bl'air_"was'_easiiy  the best minister of railways this  Dominion ever had and one of the  strongest   men in  a   cabinet   of  strong   men.     He   succeeded   in  making the Intercolonial railwa_y  a   profitable   undertaking.    The  Intercolonial    was    built    as    a  political  and   not  a  commercial  road and to make it pay it required  the exercise of rare judgment and  business sagacity.    It is not surprising then that Mr. Blair should  give  the- Intercolonial   his   lirst  consideration and that his anxiety  for the future of the  road which  in so far as  a profitable   investment was concerned was his own  creation, should blind  his judgment with regard to a larger and  more important undertaking.    It  is not to Mr. Blair's discredit that  the   Intercolonial   should    come  first with him.    But in the  race  for business  there is  very  little  sentiment,    and   if    the    Grand  Trunk   Pacific    is   to   be   in   a  position to handle the expanding  trade from the wbeatfields ol" the  Nortwest and in a position to give  the lowest possible  rates  to  the  seaboard distances must be annihilated.    It is not fair to the road  nor   to   its business, nor  to the  dominion, that it should be forced  to follow  the  sinuosities of the  St. Lawrence l athef'than take the  more  direct route   to   Moncton.  The weakest child in the family,  the one that requires the greatest  attention and care, is generally  the one that holds the strongest  grip on the hearts of its parents,  aud had it been an easier matter  to make the Intercolonial pay,  had it not required the care and  attention and the exercise of  great ability which Mr. Blair  gave it, possibly the opposition to  what he terms the paralleling of  the road would not have been  so great.  Mr. Blair is the man required  at the head of the railway department while the road is being-  built. It is hoped that the government will offer, and that he  will accept, the chairmanship of  the railway commission so that  his services may not be lost to the  country.  ^���^Li]|oft|?r-..---fi!?J!2-Ction.^^_to the-  scheme, anc a more serious one,  is that the government did not  build the road from ocean to  ocean. Such a policj' would have  been exceedingly popular in  British Columbia; but a transcontinental road cannot be built  against public opinion, aud the  people of the east are not yet prepared to endorse government  owned railways. In this regard  British Columbia is much in advance of the sister provinces, and  were a plebiscite ti'ken a big  majority would be shown in favor  of a stale-owned transcontinental  road. Sir Wilfrid in his great  speech offered another objection  to tlie government running the  railway, which is entitled to Consideration.    He said iu part:  Now, I shall be asked, why  do you not retain also that  western section ? Why do you  not continue building by the government the railway from Winnipeg- to the Pacific ocean ? We  came to the conclusion to have  that railway built aud operated  by a company for the reason that  we do not believe, under existing  circumstances, and for many  years, perhaps for many generations to come, it will Ke possible,  with such activity as may be developed in that section of the  country, successfully to operate it  .as a government road. I may be  biased or prejudiced on that  question. I formed my opinion  some few years ago, and perhaps  CEO. R. NADEN,  Manager  ���ii far to form my own conviction in ' S^-  |:this regard.    In the fall of 18%|5~  'J. R. Booth of  this  city invited | Sr  ���me   to   visit   his    railway,   thcjg~~  j Canada Atlantic  railway, which   J��r  ' was then in'-process of  construe-  g~  'linn.    I accepted   the   invitation. ��� ?zr  j 'I'lle road had   been   built nlmosl j ��*���  j to the shores nf the Georgian bay, j 2H-  I perhaps within half a mile of it. | ��~i  ! Wlien we left the train we walked j iZz  to the shore of the lake,   a bleak ' *  shore with .not a  building upon  it.     Mr. Booth said.  "This is the  terminus of mv railway." I asked  Mr. Booth, "Where  is the Ivadc  to come from?"    His answer was.  "I have to create a trade.    1 luive  to collect  it   from  Port -Arthur.  from Duiuth,  from Chicago and  from both   sides  of  the   lake,    I  will  have  to  build elevators.   I  will perhaps have to  buy wheat  in order to furnish freight to my  railway."  Then, sir, it dawned upou me  that no government under such a  condition of things,  when everything- has   to  be  created, could  successfully'operate a  railway in  a new country like  that.    When  this   railway   is   taken   to Port  Simpson there will be the same  thing   which   I   found    on   the  Georgian bay in 1896���the bleak  shore,   nothing   upon   it���everything   will i have  to  be created,  wharves,   warehouses  and slipds  will have  to be built,   elevators  will have to be provided, branch  lines will have to be constructed,  possibly  hotels may. have to be  built   and   managed,  steamships  will   have   to   be   provided and  chartered, trade will have to be  brought from all points of Asia.  Would anyone tell me that aw-  eminent management under such  circumstauces could do justice to  the country in such a big question  as that?    Would anyone  tell me  that the management, even where  we could put it in the hands of a  commission responsible to parliament,   having to  come here for  appropriations  for  this  and for  that, would have that  elastic^-  a\ hich is a condition  essential to  the successful    management  of  such a road?   Would parliament,  for instance, tie willing to give  power to .the''minister of railways  and canals, or to the commission,  to build or acquire steamships, or  would parliament give power to  send agents across to the coast of  Asia,   to   Japan,   to China, and  elsewhere,     to     collect     trade?  Would, parliament, I wonder, in  its disposition as I have known it  for so many years, be willing to  give the government power to go  into    hotelkeeping     and     hotel  building?    I doubt it; and for all  these reasons we have come to the  conclusion that it is better, and  preferable in even7 possible way,  that   such   a railway should be  built and operated by  a private  company.  -vLC  N*>1V>;  m  m  m  SflJS  m  WM  mi  mi  m  STmr  The Phoenix Fire Assurance  Co. of London, England.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  REPRESENTING :  The British   America  Assurance Co., of Toronto.  The  Canadian  Birkbeck  In.  vestment and Savings Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  tT** *���** rr"���~  _..jrjiking.i-it_.allJn.-all,--thcs-Graii(l  Trunk Pacific is not such a railway scheme as the advanced  political thinkers of the day could  hope for. but it is so much more in  the interests of the people than  the Canadian Pacific or any other  railway scheme heretofore submitted to parliament that it can  be regarded as a long step  towards the ideal goal���government ownership of public utilities.  ^:THE  OPEN DAY. AND NIGHT.  |2>  P5  MEAI.S   AT  AXTV HOURS  PKIVATE   ROOMS  FOR  LADIES.  *  Charles R* cPittock,  Th'Y our coffee  cProp'r.  \%\%W jp jP ��' ��P ����� Jp ��P *P *P & J? ** 8P JP   Si S di Si & Si Si v* Si S J* St J* S- <* J*,J*  4 *&  *#%  ��w  *&  *&  %���*>  TO  %���>:���  %*  TO  TO  TO  TO  t�� J* s  ��� *S Si S-  r Lompany  .Sfc-Jfc..  R GRIEGER, Manager.  & # s & v�� & S j* Si Si S Si J* s  St Si Si Si s~ s s> s. St & s .* ,s s  'ft'ft  v.*  Vs.  t? Jp JP JP JP J?-JP.jp Jp Jp Jp JP l? J? ��f ��p JP  fi.- jp sP ����� t? jP jP sP JP JP J? J^ ^ JP J? Jf J?"  THE BEST BEER INQTOWN IS MADE BY  EDITORIAL    OVERFLOW  II a-  vativ.  matle  the policy  of  the  Conser-  party   in liritish Columbia  :���>'.'. rich ?  The Conservatives held a big  pow-wow at Nelson Wednesday  night preparatory for nominating  a candidate for that riding.  There were 45 present. These  are not all the Tories in Nelson.  There are two more, who were  absent���John Houston aud Fred  Starker. ���  Sir Wilfrid Laurier's three-  hour's speech in the dominion  house on Canada's Trans-Continental rail wav was a masterly  one. Before-the speech the Tory  press were unanimous about  "What will Laurier say." The  premier has had his say, and now  the Tory organs are as dumb  as clams.  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  m  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  CF*\  <F*\  CF*\  <F*\  CF*;  C^*l  CF1-'-  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF1  0="  CF*  C��  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000,  Rest $8,000,000.  I'resi.lcut.    Loi<r> Sthathcon-.a. and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:    Uo.v. ukohck A. Dkommosi).  i'-'.t::icriil Manairer:   E. S  Cloustox.  Branches in London, Eng. \ c^re.?,,inPrcacBS3Ia. !��� New York, Chicago.  Knv  :i:irl sell Sterlinu- Kxclianjfe ami Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  TinwHiT;-' Cro'IUr.. available isi ativ pari of tlie world.  Greenwood Branch,   ' F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  *=9  ?  inmmimMmmmmmmmmmmMs Art  Page 2  THE    BOUNDANY "CHEEK   TIMES  Business "Directory.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meal Merchant.-..  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC-  FRED 13. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.      Larye  warehouse for storing goods.  P.O. lJox 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS.  THE  LIBERAL PLATFORM  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING-  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood. St.  WI ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBERSHOP.  W. Frawi.KY, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.    Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Streej.        -     Green wood, B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW  '.'.' 'Barristers,1 Solicitous,  Notaries PuBi.ru.  Cable:Address :      hallett."  f,������.  J Bedford M'Ncill's 'Gses��ood.  i.onES, -; .Morelll(, & deal's  Leiber's.  ��. c.  I. H. HALLETT.  11. C. SHAW.  ���M��LEOD-&-BROWN \  Barristers and Solicitoks,  Notaries Pubuc; Etc  \ Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J. P. McLkod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  ! BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Retidell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Encineeb,  Dominion    anm    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Oflice with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.   :      :      :      :   B.   G.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  ._._���._.���___^���_,,-_- -���._���___    GREENW0OI>rE~ C.  FOR PRESERVING  AT MODERATE PRICES.  iiiiii Hi.  DEALERS IN FRUITS, COFFKCTIONKWY  ETC.  ICE CREAM PARLORS  Grape juice the summer drink.    Pure | ffaggggsr'MmEW'i'^^  un fermented gnipe juice  Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea  "About six years ago for the first  time in my life I had a sudden and  severe attack of diarrhoea," says Mrs.  Alice Miller, of MorgaiV, Texas. ''I  g-ot temporary relief, lir.t it came back  a^ain and again, and fo.isix long-years  I have suffered more misery and agony  than I cun tell. It was worse than  Jeath. My husband spent hundreds of  dollars for physicians' prescriptions  and treatment without avail. Finally  we moved to Bosque couiily, our  present home, and one day I happened  to see an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy with a testimonial of a man  who had been cured by it. The cast:  was so similar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy. The result  was wonderful. I could hardly realiz.:  that I was well again, or believe it  could be so after having- suffered so  long-, but that one bottle of medicine,  costing- but a few cents, cured me.''  For sale by J. L. White, Greenwood,  and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  Tne libi'nii platform, as adopted at  the provincial liberal convention' held  at Vaiicouvrr on February 7th, 1902, is  a.s follows :  1. The immediate redistribution of  the constituencies of the province on  the basis of population but allowing- a  smaller unit of population per seat for  the outlying districts.  2. Government ownership, Dominion, provincial aud municipal, of public  services of utilities i ssoiind and should  be carried out in British Columbia.  3. Should it be advisable at any  time to grant atd to a railway company  such shall be in cash and not iii land  and no bonus of any kind shall be  given without definite arid effective  means being taken to safeguard the  interests of the province in the management of the road, control of the  freight and passenger rates, and provision made against such railway having any liability against il except fOr  actual cost.  4. Immediate construction of the  Coast-Kootenay railway; the Cariboo  railway; a railway from Alberni to a  -point on the east coast of the  island; a  road in the northern part of the province from the coast to the eastern  boundary with an extension to the  uurthern boundary; the railway from  Vernon to Midway by north fork of  Kettle river; with necessary branch  lines, ferries and connections.  5. The enforcement of the act now  in force compelling the scaling of logs  by government scalers.  6. That such legislation should be  ^enacted as will result in making the  lands included in the various dyking  areas available for cultivation as  quicicly as possible and secure prompt  payments of assessments when due.  7. That the government should keep  in touch with the conditions in connection with mining, protecting said  industry against combines and trusts  and if necessary for the purpose build  and operate smelters and refineries.  No reasonable change should be made  in the,mining laws without full notice  to all parties interested, giving full  opportunity for discussion and criticism. ���  8. As the province can only advance  by the settlement within it's borders of  thrifty and prosperous citizens, and as  Orientals never become citizens in any  proper sense of the word, we declare it  to be the duty of the government ti  discourage. Oriental immigration and  employment by every means witnin  its power, and we appeal to our fellow  liberals throughout the Dominion to  aid us in our efforts to protect ours'ilves  against ihe ruinous competition^ of  men having a standard of decency an!  comfort immensely below that of  civilized peoples, and who shirk every  duty and obligation of citenship which  the law will allow them to escape.  9. The government ought to prevent  the waste and suffering- caused by  stnkes "ancrTo^  effort ought to be made to provide  some means of preventing such strikes  and lockouts, and we. appove the  adoption of compulsory arbitration.  10. The fiscal system of the province stands in need of revision. Taxation should bear upon privilege  rather than upon industry, arid no addition should be made to the debt of  the province except for public works  properly chargeable to capilal.  11. The retaining of the resources  of the province as an asset for tne  benefit of the people and taking effective measures to prevent  the alienation  of the public domain except for actual  bona tide business or industrial purposes, putting an end to the practice  of speculating in connection with the j  same.  12. The construction   and   mainten-j  ance of roads throughout  the province j  to aid in the development of the miuing and agricultural districts.  is as ntitrilous | ��  as beef and as harmless ns water.   J.L  White.  For Sale  Well Known  MR. INVESTOR  We Defy the World to nroduce a better  market than the Boundary for  the following stock  PRICES the HIGHEST  Best Pasture in Country  Running Water. Magnificent range. Market  at your door. You save  the freight   IIOCS  HORSES  CATTLE  .TOITURE  CARPETS'  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The   largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  s.  =SM*?-:r>-   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  '"HJu\v^-- No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Keels  every   Tuesday   Kveiiiiif; al SOO  in   Uie  ]. O. O. R Mall.     A" cordial   nivi union is extended to all sojourning brethern.  J. L. WlIlTK. KRKI) 11. Hoi.mus.  N. (3. Rec.-Sec  VICTORIA, B. C.  Poultry���Splendid chance to make  money.  Nearly SO acres in grasses.  Fencing���First-class.  Good water and creek surrounds  ranch.  Berries grow to perfection���S2.00 to  S3.00 a crate.  Darns and  buildings all complete.  Neatly and Quickly  executed at the::::::  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Iniprovements.  NOTICE.  "TRIPOD   FRACTIONAL"   Mineral   Claim,  siiuale  in tlie Oreonwood Minium Division  of  Yale District.    Where located:    lu Central Camp.  TAKK NOTICE tliat I, Isaac U. Hallett, as  airent for tlie No. 7 Miniuu Company, Limited,  Free  Miner's Certificate No. H .15007,  intend,  sixty days from the date Iiereof. to apply to ilie  Mininir kecorder for a Certificate of Improve-  ments for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice tliat action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 2Stli dav of May, A. U.. W0X  Sept. 20. I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.  Inquire TIMES Office  Or STOOKE BROS., 4 miles  North of Midway.  A Money Met from tlie Start.  Shooting Season will soon  be here  Wc have all kinds, caps, powder,  shot and shell  'NEW Gras  Wc have just received a  consign-!  meat of the latest make  FOR SALE  A SMALL HOUSE  ALSO  A  Sewing Machine,  The Raymond,  Nearly New,  MRS, PASCOE,  Boundary Falls,  CANADIAN  . RAILWAY . ..  SION  EAST    ..  ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS,  DULUTH, SIOUX CITY  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  OLD GUARD   Mineral  Claim,  situate in  uie  Ketlle  River   Mining-    Division   'nf   Yale  District.      Where   located :      In . White's  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P.. McLeod  executor of the estate of Alex.'Wallace,  deceased, Free Miner's CertificaleNo.B54954,iu-  teiul, sixty days from the -late, here f, to apply  lo the Miiilnpr Recorder for Certifier tes of Improvements, forthe purposeofobta'u. njf Crown  Giant of the above claim.  And further take notice lliat action; under-  sectiou 37. must be commenced befoie the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of January, W03.  *July 22 J. P. McLeod.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  KAFFIR KING Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of YaleDistrict.      Where    located :     On   Horse shoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River, lying-'Southerly from the Barna(o mineral claini.  TAKE   NOTICE  that we   Alex. -Waddell,  E. Sullivan, J. S.  Harrison and  M.  McMvnn, Free Miners' Certificate Nos.  Ii 40,450;  B 40.449; I? .111,500, and B 40,602 respectively, intend sixty  days from the date hereof, to applj-  lothe   Mining recorder for a certificate of Im.  provements,   for  the  pnrpose   of  obtaining-a  crown Grant of the above claini.  And furtlier take  notice that action, under  section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of such certificateof Improvements.  Dined this 31st dny of May. A. D. 1902.  FISHING'RODS  Just a few more left, and will be  sold at cost.  GOOD   GUNS   FOR   RENT  We are ihe  SPORTSMEN HEADQUARTERS  For any old thing-  The!)  , G. New and Second  Hand Store.  A. L. WHITK & CO.  CHICAGO "-atidiReturn"-if--rr\-r"'371780  TORONTO and Return 396.60  Montreal, new york, <iosio7.so  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  FOIJRTH-OF-JULY,  Mineral  Claim,   sitjate  in the Kattle ttivcr Mininjf Division of Yale  District.   Where located:���Near to Canyon  Creek. Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICE that we Alex. Waddell and  E.    Sullivan,   Free   Miners'    certiiicate   Nos.  13 40,450 aud 15.40,449 respectirely, intend, sixty-  days   from   the date hereof, to  apply to the  Mfninir Recorder for a Certificate of 'improvements! for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant ofthe above claim.  Aud further take notice that aclion,  undei  section 37,  must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated litis 31st day of May. 1903.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MAYFLOWER Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale District. Wherelocated: Skylark camp.  TAKI? NOTICE that I, J. P. Mvers-Graj-  Free Miner's Certificate No. BS0241, as  agent for C. II. Henniujr, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55305. Pat Hickey, Free Miner's  Certilicaie No. 1380110. and Duncan Mcintosh  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1380119, intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply to the  Miiifnjr Recorder for certilicates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtainiuir crown  grant ofthe above claim.  And further take  notice  that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicatesof iniprovements.  Dated this2()tli dav of June, A.D. 1903.  J. P. MYERS-GRAY  ,���,_. ,, Mineral, Act_189.6._ .__.__  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  COLD ROCK  Mineral Claim, situated in the  Kettle   River  .Miuing 'Division    of    Yale  District.    Where Located :     Ou Horseshoe  Mountain.  Corresponding   rates   to    all   Eastern   -���pAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett. as  ,-,   .   , J.      aprcm for Herbert Davidson, Free Miner's  1 Oints. i Certificate   No.   1)41903,   Robert    Wood,    Free  Mirer's Certiiicate   No.  1355455,  and    Charles  Scott Galloway*,  Free  Miner's Certificate No.  TICKETS AVAILABLE VIA  LAKE ROUTE  Incltidiny Meals and Berths.  SAILING DATES:  August  18,    19,   25,   26.  s$S*w*  iiifelll  Fur selling- elates and conditions oF  sale for special points, apply to Canadian Pacific agents or v.-rite.  R.  R. REDPATH. Agent,  Greenwood.  .1. S. CATEK,  K. J, COYLE.  A.G P.A.. Vancouver  I).P.A. Nelson  ^iiutumuiiiuuuiuuutuuuuiuuu!uuiiaii!i!iiiiniai>ui!uiusuiuutuuututuiimuutauii^  i M Herod tt  l!;5i)(3.       intend sixty        days from  Uie date Iiereof. to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Ceitificate of Iniprovements, i(tf  the purpose of obtainiuir a Crown Grant of the  above claim"  And further lake notice thai action, under  Section 37, must be commenced befoie the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this luth day of February, A.D. 1903.  *Ausr3t I. U. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT 13%.  Certificate of Iniprovements  NOTICE.  "9��" Miueral Claim, situate in ihe Ketlle River  Mining Division of Yah: District.  Win-re Located :    Iu Smith's Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Ilallelt, as  a*u'eni for John T. Hell, Free Miner's  Certilicaie No. IS554i>'>, Ralph Harron. Free  Miner's Certificate No. I15UU1, Duncan Mcintosh. Free Miner's Ceriilicate No. U41'>32 and  Patrick Hickev, Free Miner's Certilicaie No.  1154V). intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to applj- to the Miii'm;' Kecorder  lor a Certificate of Iniprovenieiiis for the purpose of obtainiuir a Crown Grant to the above  claim.  And furtlier take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the is-  suauceof such certilicaie of iniprovements.  Dated this 20tli day of April. 1903.  t,AVK'31. '��� H. HALI^ETC  iffl Ol Bi  lf\  Greenwood is "llic financial and commercial centre 01 ihe  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Mininir camps. From the citA* roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper. Summit, Long Lake. Skylark, White  and Aty'ood. Wellington an do ther Boundary Creek camps.  ~s       For prices of lots aud other  :rj       information address   robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood,    g  NOTICE is hereby iriven  that   the partnership heretofore sub.iisliii'ir between   the  umlersiprned. heretofore  carryinc*  ou  business  in Oreemvood. li  C. under the name and stj-le  of T. M. Oulley   A:  Co.. as   Furniture   Dealers  I and    Undertakers   is   this    dav   dissolved    by  j mutual   consent.     All  accounts   due   the   said  firm   of  T.   M.   C.ullcy  A  Co.. are to be paid to  | the uiidersitr ed  T.  M.  (rulley   by  whom  all  j accounts against the said firm will be paid,  j     Dated  at  Greenwood,  IJ. C this :.4t|i day of  : June. A. I).. l'."J3.  | WITNESS :  J. K. 15KOWN J. 1'. FLOOD.  as to execution bv J. T. M. Ol'LLEY.  ! I*.   Flood   and   T." M. K. M. KKES.  Oullev.  ROUT. WILSON,  as to execution by Kingman M. Kees, the  boundary crbjek times  Page 3  t  t  t  t  f  ���  ?  f  t  t  t  ?  V  f  t  T  *:*  V  Striking Sentences From  Sir Wilfrid Laurier's Speech  <��  *t  i  " Another transcontinental railway, every inch of it on Canadian  soil, is a national as well as a commercial necessity; it is a corollary of  our slat us as a nation."  " Now is the time for action; the flood tide is upon us that leads oil  to fortune. If we let it pass it may never recur again; if we let it pass  the voyag-e of our national life, bright as it is today, "will be arre$t$i;l  in the shallows."  " We cannot wait, because time does not wait."  " Time lost now during- our wonderful development is time doubly  lost."  " The prairies of the Northwest, which for countless ages have been  roamed over by the wild herds of bison, or by the scarcely less wild  tribes of red men, are now invaded by the white race. They came last  year 100,000 strong."  " The sum total of the money to be paid hy the Government  for the construction of the entire line of railway from Moncton to  the Pacific Ocean will be in the neighborhood of $12,000,000 or  $13,000,000. and not a cent more. What is $13,000,000 in the  year 1903 ? It is about the surplus of our revenue over the  expenditure The surplus for this year will pay for the construction of this road."  " It will not only open territory hitherto idle and unprofitable; it  will not only force Canadian trade into Canadian channels; it will not  only promote citizenship between Old Canada and New Canada, but it  will secure us a commercial independence, and it will forever make us  free from the bondage of the bonding privilege."  " The Canadian confederation would have been a union on paper  and a union on paper only, but for the fact that the G. T. R., the C. P. R.  and the I. C. R. brought all parts of our country together in unison to  pulsate with one and the same heart. The new railway will be another  link in that chain of union."  " We offer to the house today a contract which is free from all  clauses which were the blemish of former railway contracts in this  country, and which is far superior to them in every respect."  '* Sir, I claim that everyone who has in his bosom a stout Canadian  heart will welcome it as a scheme worthy of this young nation, for  whom a heavy task has no terrors, and which young nation has the  strength to face grave duties and grave responsibilities."  " We look upon this new transcontinental line as a work of a  national character necessitated by the status of Canada in the year 1903,  just as-the Intercolonial railway was necessitated by the status of  Canada a few years after confederation."  f  r  T  *  t  T  r  r  t  ���?  ���?  y  I  y  y  y  y  y  x  A GREAT COUNTRY  Something About the Land of the  Stars and Stripes  Mr.   Andrews   of    Grand    Rapids,  Michigan, at a recent  dinner,  got off  the following appeal to  the Filipinos:  "You   Philipinos   don't know  what  you are missing by not wanting to become citizens of this grand country of  ours.   There   isn't   anything  like   it  under the sun.   You  ought to send a  delegation over to see us���the land  of  the   free���land   of   fine churches and  40,000 license saloons; bibles, forts and  guns, houses of prostitution,   millionaires   and   paupers;   theologians   and  -.thieves; liberists and -liars; -politicians  and   poverty;   christians   and   chain  gangs; schools and sca'lawags; trusts  and tramps; money and misery; homes  and hunger; virtue and   vice;   a   land  where   you can  get a good  bible for  fifteen cents or a bad drink of whisky  for five cents; where we have a man in  congress with three wives and a lot  in  the    penitentiaries   for   having    two  wives; where some men make sausage  out of their wives and  some  want  to  eat them raw; where we make belogna  out of dogs; canned meat out of horses  and sick cows, and corpses  out of  the  common people who eat it;  where we  put a man in jail for not   having   the  means of support, and on the rock pile  for aski.ig for a job of work; where we  license bawdy houses and fine men for  preaching Christ on the street corners:  where we have  a congress of 400 men  to make laws, and a supreme court  of  nine men to set them aside; where good  whisky makes bad men and    bad   men  make good whisky; where newspapers  are paid for suppressing the truth and  made   rich   for  teaching a lie; where  professors draw their convictions from  the same place they do their salaries;  where  preachers   are   paid 825,000 to  dodge the devil and tickle the ears of  the wealthy; where business consists of  getting hold of the property  in any  way that won't land you  in  the penitentiary;   where   trusts   hold   up  and  poverty holds down;  where  men  vote  for what they do not want, for fear they  won't get what they do want by voting  for   it;   where   niggers can   vote arid  women can't; where a girl  who goes  wrong is made an outcast and her male  partner   flourishes   as   a   gentleman;  where women wear false hair and men  dock   their   horses'   tail;    where    the  political wire-puller has depleted the  patriotic statesman; where' men vote  for a thing one day and cuss it 364  days; where we have prayers on the  floor of our national capital and whisky  in the cellar; where we spend $50C0 to  bury a statesman who dies rich and S5  to put away a workingman who dies  poor; where to be virtuous is to be  lonesome and to be honest is to be a  crank; where we sit on the safety valve  of energy and pull wide open tlie  throttle of conscience; where gold is  substance���the one thing sought for;  where we pay $15,000 for a dog and 15  cents a dozen to a poor woman for  making shirts; where we teach the untutored Indian eternal life from the  bible and kill him off with bad whisky;  where we put-a man in jail for stealing  a loaf of bread and in congress for  stealing a railroad; where the cheque  book talks, sin walks in broad daylight,  justice is asleep, crime runs amuck;  corruption permeates our whole  political fabrics, and the <Jev;l laughs  from every street corner. Come to us  Fillies! We've got the greatest aggre  gation of good things and bad things,  hot things and cold things, all sizes,  varieties and colors, ever exhibited  under one tent."  Candidates Nominated  The following have been nominated  as candidates from the respective  ridings as representatives in the provincial assembly:!  Fernie���J. McPherson, Socialist-  Labor.  Grand Forks���J. Riordan, Socialist-  Labor.  Greenwood���J. R. Brown, Liberal.  Islands���T. W. Patterson, Liberal.  Kaslo���-John L. Retallack, Liberal.  Kamloops���J. F. Deane, Liberal; F.  J. Fulton, Conservative.  Nelson�����. S. Taylor, Liberal.  New Westminster---Thomas Gifford,  Conservative.  Okanagan���T. W. Sterling, Liberal.  Sloean���R. A. Bradshaw. Liberal;  William Davidson, Labor; William  Hunter, Conservative.  Skeena���Peter Herman, Liberal; C.  W. D. Clift'od, Conservative.  Similkameen��� Vi. J. Snodgrass,  Liberal.  Vancouver City���T Ogle, Socialist;  A. R. Stebbings, Socialist; J. E. Edwards, Labor; Francis Williams, Labor;  A. G. Perry, Labor.  Yale���Stuart Henderson, Liberal.  Cholera Infantum  This has long been regarded as one  of the most dangerous and fatal  diseases to which infants are subject.  It can be cured, however, when  properly treated. All that is necessary  is to give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil,  as directed with each bottle, and a cure  is certain. For sale by J. L. White,  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  Eagle HalL  Recently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :     :    :    :   ':  C. W. WILSON,   Secretary.  MINERAL ACT.  Cei 11 i'htfte of Improvement.  NOTICE.  HTCI/NA AND BUTTE mineral claims, situate  in the Kettle River Mining Division'of Yale  District.   Wherelocated: on China Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C A. E. Shaw, atfciit  for Charles D. Temple Free Miner's  Certificate No. B. 57507. intend, sixtj- days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mitiiiif,r Recorder  for aCertilicateof Improvements, forthe purpose  of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that aclion, uuder  section 37, must he commenced before Ihe Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 26th day of June. 1903.  C. A. ID. Shaw, P. L. S.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE. '''''  " HACKLA" mineral claim situate in the Greenwood Miniiifr Division of Yale District.  Wherelocated: on Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that we. Albert Edward  Ashcroft, Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B.  55279, and Nils E. Peterson .Free Miner's Certificate Ho. B 41710, Intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Iniprovements, for the  purpose of obtaining ft Crown Grant of the  above claini.  And further take notice that action, tinder  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 7th day of October A. D.,'W03.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "COPPER TRUST FRACTIONAL", "SCR-  ANTON FRACTIONAL" and "OTIS  FRACTIONAL" Mineral Claims, situate  in the Kettle River Mining Division of  YaleDistrict. Where Located : In Dead-  wood camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac- H. Hallett, as  agent lor Francis S. Finucane, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B+1713, intend, sixty days from  Mte date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Iniprovements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  Ar'd further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance, of sucli Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of April. A.D., 1903.  July 31 I. H. HALLETT.  Spokane Falls & Nortuern Kailway Co.  Nelson & Fort Slicppard Railway Co.  M Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. & B. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland Nel-  sou, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacilic and O. R. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S.  points.  Connects  at Curlew with stag-e for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22, 1902-  Leave Arrive  9:25 a. ni. Spokane        5:45 p. m.  10:15 a. m. Rossland       5:10 p. tn.  7:00 a. m. Nelson 8:00 p. m.  11:00 a. m.   (Millers, Grand   4:00 p. m  Forks)  9.15 a. m. Republic       5:40 p. ra.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  Spo kane.Wash  Certificate of Improvements.  STARLIGHT Miueral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mininff Division of Yale District.   Where located:���In Skylark Camp,  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederic Blacltman  Holmes, Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 305-13,  for myself and as Donald Alexander Caitiercn,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 30243 and Alexander B. Coutts Free Miner's Certificate No.  B. 41159, intend sixty days from the date hereof,  to apjily to the Mining Recorder fora Certificate of 'Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 1st. dav of mav, A. D. ITO3.   .  F. B HOLMES.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate oflmprovements.  NOTICE.  MASSE Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood  MiuiiiprDivision of YaleDistrict.  Wherelocated:���On Lost Horse Creek, Main  Ketlle River.  TAKE NOTICE that we J. C. Rellly, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B01928, George M. Bennet, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 55471, A.  Megraw Free Miner's CertiflcateNo B 55508and  Fleming Robinson Free Miner's Certificate No  B 71395, intend, sixty days from the date hereof  to apply to the Mi il in gr Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tjie purpose of obtaining-a Crown Grant of the'above claim.  And furtlier take notice that section 37, must  be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements.  Dated this ninth day of July, 1903, A. D.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ARCADIA ASTORIA and MORNING STAR  Mineral Claims, situate iu the Greenwood  Mining' Division of Yale District.  Where located:���The Arcadia and Astoria  mineral claims are located in Skylark Camp  and the Morning' Star mineral claim Is located  in Deadwood Camp.  TAKE /STOTICE that I J. P. McLeodasagent  for Sidney Rosenhaupt Frea Miner's Certificate  No. 55285, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining' Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, m list be commenced before tha issu-  anceof such Ceitificate of Iniprovements.  Dated this 4th day of Julv, A. D. 1903.  J. P. McLeod.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICK.  vocon   FKA.cTroKAt.  Mineral claim, situutc in  the  Kettle   River Miuing'Division of Yale  District.     Where located:���in Long Luke  Cam p.  takb notice that I marv Garland Free Miner's   certificate  No. B41754, intend, sixty dayi;  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- re-'"  corder for a   certificate of  Improvements, for  the pi-rpose of obtaining a crown Grant of tho  Shove claim.  And further take notice  that .actiou,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 5th day of May A. D. 1903,  Mary Garland.  *  mmmmmmmmmm!wm?mnmmmmmmmmmm<  *  GRAND  MIDSUMMER  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  woxrcE.  "Lottie F," "Sterlingham" and "Magnolia"  mineral claim, situate iu the Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located: In Copper Creek Camp.  --TAKENOTICE'thatl~CrXrErsTraw~ag^iV  for J. T. Feenev Free Miner's Certificate No.  B80142, and Wm Farnev. Free Miner's Certificate No. BnSlTO, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  certificate of Improvements, for the puopose of  obtaining a crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, muht be commenced before the issuance of such cert: ficate of improvements.  Dated this 17 day of June, A. D. 1903.  Auspices of TRADES CODNCIL, |  Spokane, Wash.f  ONE SOLID WEEK  IMMMM  This will be the Grandest  Event ever held in the  Northwest. -  -   ���- -    ���  .  2 SOLID BLOCKS OF MERCANTILE DISPLAYS 2  9���QUEENS���9 I     15-BIG SHOWS���15  4 ��� BIG PARADES ��� 4   I  10���BIG FREE ACTS���10  ON.THE^M I D.WA-V.���������=���:  |I!1!F1!��IG11II1IL|  Sz: Excursion Rates on all Railroads. ^  iamiiaiaiiiiiiiaai^iiiiiiiiiCiauuiiiiuaaiiiiiiiaiiaiiuai  Our $6 Johnston & Murphy's shoes  are taking" with everybody. Have you  taken a pair?    Hunter-Kendrick Co.  For fruits for preserving go lo H. B.  Munroe, who receives fresh supplies of  fruit every day from the Bellevue Fruit  Farm, Meyers Falls, Wash.  A WELL KNOWN ALBANY MAN  Recommends Chamberlain's Cholera,  Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy  About eighteen months ago VV. S.  Manning, of Albany, N. Y., widely  known in trade circles as the representative of the Albany Chemical Co.,  was suffering from a protracted attack  of diarrhoea. "I tried Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"  he says, "and obtained immediate relief. I cheerfully recommend this  medicine to those similarly afflicted."  For sale by J. L,. White, Greenwood and  A. F. Thomas Midway.  Our mosquito lotion keeps off mos  quitoes and all insects. It's a genuine  "fisherman's friend." You can enjoy  "the good old summertime" if you take  along a bottle of this lotion. Price 25c.  At J. L. White's.  = Cyclops Mining Steel  SHOES AND DIES  For Best Results  ���"yJ-msst"*"*1 VICTORIA, B. C.  ���>  ���J����j��j~;����j'*;wj����j����j~j*ijMjw}Mj����j~;~i*>*>j~j^ ���>  aimmnm?mmm!mmm!m!;rir(mmmmf?!mmmmmmnmw!f?mm!mnm!n!mmmfe:  The James Cooper  ��#-  -MONTREAL, OUEBEC-  MANUFACTURERS OF  ��� ��*  | Ttiger$oH=Sergeanf  I     ~Hlacbinery���  H BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  ^ Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. ���-��_^_���  S~ R. 31. ���. IUdlaHy, Rossland, B. 0. ~~  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE r:  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM 3  PRESSORS   3  COMPLETE MINK EQUIPMENTS -~*  OF ALL KINDS. ^3  STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND. -^ &ti
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POLITICAL FORECAST
Continued from page 1
cided not to put a candidate in the tield
and this makes the return of F. McB.
Young, the Liberal candidate, a
certainty.
John Oliver.Uie Liberal warhorse,
cannot be defeated in.Delta.
C. W. Munro, the Liberal candidate,
will be re-elected in CliilliwacU.
Dewdney will probably return the
premier.
As Richmond's strong man, Thomas
Kidd, has decided not to seekre-electiou
the result in this constituency is
problematical with the chances in favor
of the Liberals.
In New Westminster city the situation is rather a complicated one.
The Conservatives there could not
return;, a straight Tory candidate,
but Thomas Gifford is a strong personal
friend of the premier's, and although
, always a.Liberal, he is now running a
supporter of McBride's. The Liberals
hope to accomplish the defeat of this
proselyte; but it is too early to determine the chances of their success.
In Vancouver city Liberals, Conservatives, Labor people and Socialists
are all determined to place candidates
in the field. With such a field it would
be indeed a wise man who could pick
the winners. Captain Tatlow, the
minister of finance, will probably be
' elected; Wilson will again meet with
defeat. The other four seats will be
captured by the Liberals and Labor
people whowill'Work in harmony with
the Liberal.party.
In Skeena, ,C. W. D. Clifford, the ex-
member,- will be defeated by Peter
Herman, Liberal.
Atlin will return a Conservative.
Cariboo may return two Conservatives.
Lillooet will probably return a Conservative.
Stuart Henderson, the Liberal candidate, is certain of election in Yale.
. There will be a hot fight in Kamloops:
with the chances decidedly in favor of
F. J. Deane, the Liberal candidate.
Deane was defeated in a three cornered
fight in 1900, but in a straight party
fight there are. sufficient Liberals in
the district to .'give their candidate a
handsome majority.
Price Ellisbii will^meet his Waterloo
in Okanagan district this time. His
opponent isT. W. Sterling of Kelowna,
one of the most popular farmers in the
district. Mr. Sterling is putting up an
aggressive campaign with splendid
chances;of success..
In Similkameen, W. J. Snodgrass
should have a walkover. The district
is overwhelmingly Liberal, but local
jealOusies: among, the towns may reduce
the majority unless healed before
election day. In any event Mr. Snodgrass is sure of election.
In Greenwood Mr. Brown's chances
of election are excellent. After making allowances for absentees it is likely
that 650 votes will be polled on election
day. Of these over 300 are pledged
Liberals, the Socialist candidate may
"'get"200"v6tes"and the^balance ljviir\"6teT
Conservative.
In Grand Forks, while the Socialist
candidate is not likely to win he may
affect the result in'so far as the fight
between the Liberal aud Conservative
is concerned. Should the Liberals
nominate a strong candidate his
chances of election are good.
Revelstoke will return a Liberal, and
in all probability J. M. Kellie will be
the man. His opponent, Thomas
Taylor, cannot witi';
In Sloean, R. A. Bradshaw, the
Liberal candidate, is-, an exceptionally
strong man, endorsid'by the labor men
of Sloean City. The labor men of
Sandon, however, have nominated
William Davidson, but as the Sloean
City men are determined to stay by
Mr. Bradshaw his election is an assured
fact. The Conservatives are not likely
to put a candidate in the field.
Alfred Parr, the Liberal-Labor candidate, will be elected in Ymir.
S. S. Taylor is certain of election in
Nelson city.
J. A. Macdonald, should he accept
the Liberal nomination, will carry
Rossland.
Although the Conservatives are badly
split, Hon. Robert Green may squeeze
in in Kaslo.
Columbia is sure to go Liberal, and
Cranbrook is equally safe.
A Socialist candidate in Fernie district complicates the result there. He
may win, or he may elect a Conservative, and again, the Liberal may win.
This is a decidedly doubtful riding.
The Liberals should carry 26 seats
out of a house of 42. They are certain
of cariying 24.
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COPPER STREET.
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR
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Sarantizaios, Schiller. Also Tucketts Union laid Cigarettes. KarnackT. &
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R.   p. WILLIAMS
AGENT, GREENWOOD, B.C.
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Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.    Arrives ;it Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.
Leaves Grand Forks 3.45 p. ni., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p m.
Fare-Grand Forks  S3.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix S1.00     Phoenix to
Greenwood 50 cents.
Great Northern express rates  made known at oflice.
J. F. ROYER, Manager.
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Live and Let Live Plan,
Where  Meals  can  be secured at all
hours, well served and at moderate
prices,
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Hotel. Pug& 6  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  OO OOOOOOOOOOO OOOO OOOOOOOOO  I LOCAL   EXTRACT I  ���*r*/*rKS\c.~-..'\'*  (ireeuwood schools reopen   Monday.  James McGreyor, inspector of mines,  was in the city this week.  J. P. Myers-Gray, city solicitor, has  returned from a visit to the coast.  J. A. Crydennan, representing the  Nelson News, was in the city this week.  J. R. Anderson, deputy minister or  agriculture, was in the city this week.  Miss Jean Miller of Vancouver is a  g-uest at the home of Mrs. George R.  Naden.  Mrs. Julius Ehrlich has returned  from a visit to Mrs. Blake Wilson of  Nelsou.  Mrs. Kenneth McKensie has returned  from a summer outing spent at West-  bridge.  Alderman W. J. Kirkwood and wife  have returned from a holiday trip up  the West Fork.  QUp to noon today 757 applications  were received to be placed on the  voters' list.  George C. Hodge, superintendent of  the V. & N. telephone, was in the city  this week.  Mrs. H. H. Shallenberger, leaves tomorrow on a two weeks' visit with  friends in Spokane.  The Barbara is showing up well, and  the men at work state it has all the  earmarks of a mine.  Fred Keiser, Eholt's papa, was visiting Greenwood the early part of the  week to see what a real live town looked  like.  F. Keffer, manager of the B. C.  Copper company, returned Monday  from a trip along the Crow line and  Banfl".  Thursday night the new party held  their meeting. This was not a political  party, but the Presbyterian garden  party.  Voters' list closed today. If your  nime is not on the list go away back  and sit down, for you're no better than  a Chinaman.  The annual assessment work was  done ou the city streets this week.  The streets now assay high in  cleanliness.  Mrs. J. W. O'Brien and her daughter,  Miss Mattie, left on Wednesday for  Montana, where they will pay an ex.  tended visit to friends.  C. Scott Galloway is doing considerable development on thu Strathmore.  The work consists of running a long  tunnel to tap the ore body.  Perry Watson, son of Zach Watson,  is very low at his father's home. Last  week Perry ai rived home after undergoing treatment at a Spokane hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Caulfield announce  the marriageof their cousin, Winuifred  McArthur Caulfield, and Joseph F.  Robillard, Wednesday, August 19.1903.  No cards.  Mayor Smailes returned from Ottawa  on Thursday. He is hopeful that the  government will grant a. substantial  cash subsidy to the Midway & Vernon  railway.  Services will be conducted in the  Meth'.dist church next Sunday at 11  a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor.  Class meeting at 10:20 a: m. Sunday  school at 2:30 p. m.  Mrs. J. P. McLeo4 has returned from  a visit to K-imloops. Mr, McLeod  went out to Nelson to meet her. Unfortunately Mr.f, McLeod lias not fully  recovered from her recent illness.  G. R. Caldwell of Brandon, a 1 eavy  shareholder in the Golden Crown, was  in the city this week. In all probability  work on this property will be resumed.  Mr. Caldwell was accompanied by his  wife.  Richard Plewman of Rossland was  in the city this week. He hopes to resume work on the Winnipeg mine and  is arranging to purchase a plant to replace the one destroyed by fire some  time ago.  Jim McCreath, Clifford Steer and  Frank Rice, who spent the lut days  lying underneath shade trees up the  West Fork, returned home Monday,  and have been lying ever since about  the big fish they caught and the mammoth grizzlies shot.        g  The local Conservatives have secured  Stoecke's old butcher shop as a committee room. What a truly accurate  augury of the result. Dead carcasses  have beeu hung up there in the past,  aud the Tory dead can be conveniently  hung up there on the evening of  October 31,  Business Locals  Fresh bananas at Munroe's.  D<> yon use 1l i ; Ribbon Ten ?  For thai juicy Ok.uiagun apple see  Munroe  Billiard and pool table for sale or  rent a. Second Hand White's.  The Bed Rock Shoe���Smeltermen's  special.    Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Guns, sewing machires and furniture for rent at Second Hand  White's,  Munroe has now on tap cantaloupes,  musk melons and water melons.  For sauces try our tomatoes. Can't  be beat.    At Munroe's.  Just arrived at Second Hand White's  a consignment of the latest guns.  Peaches that are peaches, and nectarines as sweet as nectar, at Munroe's.  Yes, Munro sells grapes. Freshcon-  signment just arrived.    See 'em.  Leave your orders for flowers at  Munroe's, not later than Monday, for  the ball on the 19lh instant.  Valuable Time Saved  Slight injuries often disable a man  and cause several days' loss of time  and when blood poison develops, sometimes result in the loss of a hand or  limb. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an  antiseptic liniment. When applied to  cuts, bruises and burns it causes them  to heal quickly and without maturation  and prevents any danger of blood  p oison. For sale by J. L. White  Greenwood, and A. F. Thomas, Midway  DR.  MATHISON  WILL RETURN  ABOUT  AUGUST 20th.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood IJlock, Clreemvoocl. B. C.  FOR SALE.  SORRELL MARE, good  to  ride or drive.    Price $30.00.  WM. JENKS,  Providence Creek, Greenwood.  THE NEW  ii ii  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD, :  :   :   B. C.  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP  AT  THR  The new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading hotel of  the Kootenays.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Y E S  Are your e^-es bad? Do  you have headaches? Do  your eyes twitch after you  have been reading- a little  while? Do they ache, smart,  water and get red? Are you  getting nervous? Do your  eyes roll up?  If they do you ought to  have them attended to at  once. Come in and let us  examine your eyes and see  what ails thein. We will  tell you just what is the  trouble and will not charge  you a cent for telling 3'ou.  If you need glasses we will  be pleased, to fit them to  your eyes, so that you will  not have anv more trouble.  J. L. WHITE  Druggist     -     -    Greenwood  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  SUPERIOR  CHOCOLATES  TRY OUR  PINE) LINE  OP  FRESH  CHOCOLATES  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. I*. Coles.  Books. Stationery. Office Supplies, Etc.  ��p  ...DRINK ..���  A LIFE  ^RENEWER  Oil sale at all the hotels.  BOTTT,TCD  BY  JAMES M'CREATH  Bottlers of Fine Lairer Beer and  _^��� ���_ - _^. Manufacturers of  nil "kinds of  Carbonated Beverages.  S. BARRY YUTLL  .���.  ���?  ���?  X  Y  X  X  X  I  "4  ?  t  ?  Dry Goods,  en's Furnishings  Boots and Shoes.  Bargains for Men Women and Children.  Eight Thousand Dollars worth of Summer Goods   ��  will be sold at less than eastern prices.  Sale Will Commence July 10,  For 30 Days Only  BEST CHOICE AND BARGAINS THIS MONTH.  :~:"X��:~:~h~:~x~h^^^  a����������������##0��������������#������������ft#����a0��0*��������������������*��0������*ft  P. BURNS & CO.  CF**^  WH0LSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Fresh and Cured Meats  ��  ��  ��  ��  e  .*  Markets in all the principal   towns of British  Columbia,     5  A .,-. :a and the Yukon. ���  ft  ��  !.t��9��a��ftft��ft��������e#$��#ea��#eft#������ftft��ft��ft��fta��ae��ftftftft*ft*ft����ft  ��  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AN��  JliWEIXEK.  All work g-uaraiiteecl   GREENWOOD-  .t~i~l9.,~9~Z9.,~Z~Z~.9.l~9~.^^^  I  DEALERS IN  j FURNITURE, * CARPETS,  J LINOLEUMS, ETC.  *    COPPER STREET,  ���>  GREENWOOD.  X  i  y  x  I  ���  IHifMAlMRAH  With Which is Incorporated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,700,000.       -      Rest, $3,000,000  HON. GEO. A. 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