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 1     iS^^e  "*r.i./.  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, lf>04.  No. 51  COMPANY, LTD.  SHOE BARGAINS  FOR MEN  DON'T FROWN and say that bargains are for women. THESE  ARE FOR YOU.    WE guarantee that your time  will  not be  wasted if you step in and look at our "Specials this week.  JoSisTM^AI^ AMERICAN  SHOES  'STANFORD'  Box Calf, made in the Johnston-  Murphey style, heavy sole, regular  $8.50 value at   $6.00  'AVON'  Box   Calf,';  medium    weight    and  medium sole, a handsome  and comfortable  shoe.  $6.00  'CLAREMONT'  Brown Kid Lace, elegant stock and  workmanship.    The biggest cut yet  $7.50 to.      SUNDRY TANS  $4.85  T.ight and dark shades. The balance of three or four lines in various weights and shapes. All highest class goods.     NOW  $4.85  BEBK0CK3  "The Smeltermen's shoe". Heavy, pliable calf with  Tap Sole, i.e. having au extra ply of sole leather over  the ordinary heavy sole. This is the. best made���Its  yours for: :    $4��.50  t��  T B" SPECIAL  You will be surprised at these values.     Will  please  those  looking  for a  low price calf working shoe.  CONGRESS $2.00  BLUCHER $3.00  THE  BIG   STORE  t  X  C��>.:**��X**** ti <<^1<'<^IKK<<<K<<^^<M>1<^1<^'<*  %  CLEARING OUT SALE  In order to make room for our fall stock of Clothing, we wish to get rid of every suit in the store  by that time, and to do so are offering the following inducements:  x  t  $10.00 Suits for  12.00 Suits for  13.50 Suits for  15.00 Suits for  20.00  $5.00  6.00  7.50  I  1-2:50��� -  $18-00 English Corduroy Suits for $8.00  See those snaps in Felt Hats at SI.00 each.    Cotton Underwear for 50c, S1.25, St.50. S2.00 to S2.50 a suit.  RUSSELL-LAW-CADLFIELD GO., Limited.  '<W<~X"X��><~:~XK">XK��>C~M~:^  1 AMERICAN SHOES I  4��  The  Original  ''Julia  Marlowe"  Lac Boot  with elastic  instep  $5.00  ich's Famous  RUN  im  'Julia |  Lace Oxford %  Shoes, fine *  Elastic  Instep  With or Without "Elastic Instep"  TH�� GENUINE IUVE TOE NAME ON EVERY SOLE.     J  ACCEPT NO SUBStllCTES.  Kid with  clastic  instep  $3.25  4�� THE NEW "Jtf 14A MARLOWE" LACE *  $4.50  4�� BOOT WITHOUT ELASTIC INSTEP  j* We announce with great pleasure that we are the  *** exclusive agents of this famous make of fine shoes  "f      aud have in stock a variety of the best styles.  * RENBELL & C  Agents for Mason & Risch  4*  <��  *  *  *  *  ^ Agents tor Alason & Kiscii pianos.  afe  A   First-Class     Ovg:  tion.  ii.:  III!  if  Hi  Concert Suggested in the Auditorium  For Near Future.  The Greenwood band appeared on  the streets on Tuesday evening- fully  attired in new uniform. The tasty  dress of the boys is in line keeping-  with the first class music they dispense  so liberally. Tliis musical organization is one of which our citizens justly  feel very proud. For thelast two years  the same aggregation^has oeen faithfully working- away with the idea of  making- the band a first-class one, and  its success has been very marked. No  one who listens to the band discourse  its music of the regular Friday evening  out-door concerts can feel other than  proud. One would need to travel many  mile and visit much larger towns than  Greenwood before finding its equal in  musical accomplishments. The quality  of its music is the subject of favorable  comment by every musical visitor who  may have the pleasure of hearing the  band play.  The new uniforms of the band are a  very natty affair, the color being a  rich, deep maroon with military black  trimming, made in Montreal. Tha  boys are booked for a four days engagement next week at the street carnival, Grand Forks, and we can promise the citizens of that town and its  visitors some high-class music.  The band consists of the following  twenty pieces and there is not a weak  part in the aggregation: B fiat cornet,  Richardson; picolo, Wilson; cornets,  McBayne, McArthur, Archibald, Galloway, Hallett, Hodge; Altos, Wilson,  Redpath, Swayne, Jaynes; Trombones.  Logan, Large; Baritone, Hunter; B  fiat base, Archibald; 13 flat base, Saunders, -Arnack.,- snare drum, .-Leauiy.,.bass  drum, Lamping.  While much credit i.s due to Messrs.  Richardson and Hallett for patient instruction of the band, the success of  the same could never have been attained without first, an individual  musical taste and second,faithful practice on the part of the individual members.  The citizens of Green wood have right  to be proud of their band.  We would suggest to the band that  we believe the public would be pleased  to liberally patronize a concert if it  were given in the Auditorium in the  near future.  BON-FIRE AND MUSIC  The Ladies Guild of St. Jude's Episcopal church is responsible for a very  pleasant affair on Tuesday evening  last. At considerable trouble they had  provided a beautiful place near the  Canadian Pacific railway depot for an  out door prominade concert and had  rendered the same attractive and cheerful by bon-fires and Chinese lanterns.  Booths for the sale of refreshments  appealed to the appetite and the financial side, good music and bright conversation to the intellectual, and  bright eyes and lots of beauty to the  sentimental. Cozy nooks and dim-lit  paths, ruddy fire-glow and classic  music, beautiful nature and womanly  wit united to render the evening altogether charming.  HOLD-UP  Mr. E. D. Orchard of Greenwood had  occasion to go to Phoenix on Saturday  evening last. 'When at a dark place  in the road near the "'Last Chance"  mine he was met by a party <>f five  men. one of whom carrying a rifle,  notified him that he wanted his money  and lie wan***"! it nni'-k Orchard con-  \: .- A.:, I ������ ���-: - - ... . :,.. . ,.-.c .-. ami  ni.-- \ ���::���.. ;-.!,.; ,--' iu ; inluot-d the  \.vn!U- iio wa-. ,-.,.���,���( y ing. amounting to  So iiiitl hiirrii-d <>n his way. He reported the matt.r on his arrival at  Phoenix, and Constable Darragh hurried down on the Greenwood stage to  the scene of action, but men and  money vsere gone.  Our advice to those going to Phoenix  is to carry no money, or at most very  little, aud this is a.i instance where  our advice is sure to be taken. These  incidents will tend to make money  closer even than now.  THE LILLOET ELECTIONS  Returns received indicate the reelection of McDonald in Lilloet. The  entire vote of the riding is small, only  about 330, and the large, number of  cabinet ministers and government  officers in the district made it easy to  see all the electors personally. The  McBride government has held the seat  but it has gained nothing by the  election.  OUT TO NORTH FORK  Last Sunday-several of our citizeni  made a pilgrimage to the  North Fork.  Dr. Spankie, Dr. Manahan, G.  Arthur Rendell and their families  formed one party, wl.ile.Dill, Falconer,  Frith and Anderson formed another.  The Dill-Frith parcy made a vigorous  effort for the festive trout. Some of  them caught���a co'd, and the others  caught nothing worth mentioning.  The Spankie-Rendell partv caught  about the same number.  HOBOES  Several of the ladies living-along  Kimberley Avenue have been complaining of the frequent visitations of  rather undesirable characters at their  homes seeking food. With the mines  all working and the railroad contractors calling for mere men there is no  need for anyone willing to work to go  hungry. Keep your eye ont City  Police for these fellows.  THE BROOKLYN  Superintendent Collins is rushing  work on the Brooklyn. He is widening  the shaft in places and has placed an  order for a large amount of lumber for  ore bins. The bins will be placed on  the Canadian Pacific railway convenient to both Brooklyn and Stemwinder  It will not be long now before things  will be doing at Boundary Falls.  Try our pastry.    Two dozen  cookies  for 25 cents.     Star Bakery.  "I REGRET"  General Kuropatkin has become an  expert in writing despatches begining  with "I regret". We suggest that he  might with advantage order a thousand copies of a form beginning the  same way and leave blanks merely for  date, place and  number of casualties.  Here is an instance of how a printing press might be more valuable to  him at the front than his battalions.  MINING  The Latest Strike  in   the  Camp.  II II UK ORE  A   Good  Vein   Steadily   Improving  With Depth.  The great event of the week in mining circles has been the revelations on  the Barbara, under bond to Alex.  Miller. The Barbara is a full claim  adjacent to the town on the east. In  fact the western end of the claim is  plotted into lots and some of the town's  best residences are built thereon.  Engineer W. H. Jeffery was a happy  man last evening. Under his advice  work has been steadily proceeding on  the claim. After the shaft had been  sunk about 40 feet a break occurred in  the vein. A drift was t run 40 feet in  the direction of the break and the vein  caught up again. At this point sinking was begun aud the vein followed  down. After sinking another 40 feet  the management is gratified with the  results. - Steadily the vein has been  widening, steadily the values have  been improving. On Thursday a fine  shoot of ore was broken into. The  ��� ein is 14 inches wide, the ore galena,  zinc blende and copper sulphide in a  white granular quartz gangue. The  values near the $100 mark. The  country rock is changing, growing  softer with more oxidation. The  gradual improvement made by the  ledge was very encouraging, the latest  results particularly so. The direction  of the vein is N. N.W. by S. S.E., the  dip about 55 degrees.  The ledge at present is nearly solid  ore and all the indications argue that  the bondholders have a big mine.  THE WEST FORK  Mr. William Fowler, one of the best  informed men in high grade ore mining  in- the- Boundary,_has^-jusL, returned^  from a trip to the West Fork. Mr  Fowler speaks in the highest terms of  the West Fork countty and predicts a  great future for that district once it is  provided with transportation facilities.  He remarks most favorably on the  wonderful showings ou Wallace mountain at Beaverdell, and insists that the  Carmi mine is one of the biggest  things in British Columbia.  DRY  WEATHER  Just received a complete line of  school Book and requsities. Coles &  Frith.   FIRE ON TUESDAY  IN A HURRY  There is a great discrepancy between  the plans of Kuropatkin andKuroki.  The Russian Kuro. says he will win if  it takes 25 year?, but the Jap Kuro.  says the whole thing must be cleaned  up in a few months. AVe tli ink the Jap  Kuro. is hurrying the other fellow too  much.  About four o'clock on Tuesday a fire  occurred which resulted in the total  loss of the houses owned by Mrs.  Loughead on Government street near  the brewery. Mrs. Stanton had recently moved into the premises intending to run a boarding house for the  men employed in the nearby mines.  No} explanation i= offered' for the  origin of the fire, it first being discovered in the small house immediately south of the one orciiaied.  Mrs. Stanton u removing  mos'    i her i      ff>  >>r S500 in  :ompany.  The dry weather continues and  forest fires rage everywhere. The air  is filled with smoke and unless rain  falls soon discomfort, danger and loss  must ensue. This season is the hottest  and drvest known for many years.  The only comforting reflection wc can  get out of it i.s that our ledges can  neither shrivel up nor burn.  Tl'e Star Bakery is now giving 23  loaves of home made bread   for SI.00.  HE L1FTT HIS EYES  For a time Kuropatkin's eyes were  were lifted to hi.s sacred ikons. Later  they scanned the passes of the mountains through which the Japs poured.  Higher, still higher, he lifts them now  looking perchance a skyward route  awaits his retreat, everyothermeans of  exit from his chosen ground having  apparently been cut off.  ROAD REPAIRS  The buildii ,, lefi'i����� .'jrlJ  theCamuli-   ifi",��,��,-c*���.  y" Junee iV U    st be comraei..  Certificateof Ii  ^h day of July, li  HUi  Foreman Kindly and his road gang  have done some excellent work on the  road between Greenwood and Summit  city. A little money under Findlay's  management always produces lar^e  results to the travelling public.  Try    our     Boston  Vienna Bakery.  Brown     Bread BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  Second Annual Exhibition  of the Nelson Agricultural  and Industrial (Association  NEW BUILDINGS,  Fine Grounds,      'Big Premium List.  Novel Open <Air (Attractions.  WRITE FOR PK1ZE LIST  J. E.  cANNA'BLE,   Sec,   Nelson.  Wise and  Otherwise  (Jet your pies on Saturday at the  Vienna Bakery.  Born, to J. W. and Mrs. Ellis on the  7tli inst , a son.  $vlr. Ed. Dill is spending a few days  visiting friends in nelson.  Whipped Cream Puffs on Saturday  at the Vienna Bakery.  Mrs. R. Gaw of Grand Forks was  the guest of Mrs. Thomas Williams  the past two weeks.  Among the visitors in Greenwood at  present is Dr. Wm. Manahan, Professor of Philosophy in Manitoba college,  Winnipeg. The learned gentleman is  the guest of his sister Mrs. G. Arthur  Rendell.  Mr. H. F. Stow, the affable teller in  the Bank of B. N. A.,-Greenwood, is in  receipt of the. sad intelligence of the  death of his father Rev. jF. W. Stow,  vicar of Aysgarth, Yorkshire, England.  Try our Boston Brown Bread, the  first ever made in the city, at Vienna  Bakery.  Chief Hallett received word Tuesday  oF the serious illness of hi.s father. He  immediately got a two months leave  of absence and started on his long  journey home to Sussex, N. B. J. W.  MacBain is supplying for the chief  during his absence.  Mrs. T. B. Winnett .ind Mr��. Dr.  Simmons left on Tuesday's Canadian  Pacific train for Vancouver. Mrs.  Winnett may reside there permanently  and- Mrs. Simmons goes down to stay  for a time with her son Harry who  enters the Vancouver high school.  Mrs. Eleanor Caldwell, mother of  Mrs. G. B. Taylor of this city and Mrs  J. H. Dawson of New Denver, died  while on a visit to the latter on Tuesday. Mrs. Caldwell was in her 67 year,  and has spent the greater part of her  life in Sydenham, Ontario. Mrs. Taylor was on a visit to her sister at New  Denver at the time of her mothers  death. The remains were shipped to  tne old home in Ontario for interment.  Prof. VanBarnhardt of Minneapolis  arrived-Hiv���Green vvood-^by^^Tue&day,  evening's stage and left early Wednesday morning for the West Fork. He  was accompanied by J. W. Nelson,  interested in the Bounty and Standard ou Wallace mountain at Beaverdell. Although little can be given to  the public at present it is quite probable that important results for these  claims may follow the visit of this  specialist.  The Methodist Sunday School picnic  that was atraugeu for Tuesday last  had to be hold on the day previous  o.viugto the fact that some of the boys  were leaving on Tuesday for Vancouver where they are to enter the  high school. The change in the date  necestitated   has'y    preparation    but  everything in connection with the outing passed off pleasantly. There was  a large turnout of children and quite a  number of ladies who are not connected directly with -school work,  availed themselves ofthe opportunity  to have a pleasant day out of town.  Next Monday evening a debate will  be held in the Methodist church in  connection with the literary work of  the Epworth League. The subject  upon which the eloquence will be aired  is "resolved that more information is  to be gained from travelling than from  reading." Mr. A. H. Clark leads the  affirmative and Miss Wright the negative. Messrs. E. Dynes and G. Muller  will assist Mr. Clark, and Mr. J. W.  Parker and Miss Green will help Miss  Wright lif;; the banner for reading as  as an educator. There will be special  music provided, and also an exhibition  of club swinging will be given.  Gladstone property. An open cut 20  feet long \y2 feet wide 12 foot face  has been run on the Bismark showing  good ore the whole distance. Also an  open cut 40 feet '.ong cross cutting  Indiana ledge and finding contact on  west wall of Indiana lead. A shaft is  now being sunk at this point. Superintendent Martin has doubled his force  of men the present month and expects  to push operations with vigor.  Grand Forks Big Carnival  CHESAW MINES  (From   Myers CieeU News.)  The Buckeye Free Milling Gold Co.,  has begun work on its property on  Poland China Mountain.  Superintendent Henry Thompson  has been diligently employed this week  tn getting- the Intei State's concentrating mill in shape for operations.  The shaft on the Olentangy is steadily going down. The ore that began  to come in at ��� 18 feet new fiills the  shaft at 35 feet. Superintendent McCarthy reports every foot of depth  gained as showing better ore and consequently feel jubilant. The second  pay day for Olentangy men occured  last Tuesday.  Opportunity is in Camp with fortunes in her hospitable hands. Now  is th; time to do something for the  "stranges within our gates". Exhibit  your ledges of silver, lead, gold and  Copper. Tell the truth as you understand it. The Camp is so rich in these  minerals that it require more than a  common vocabulary of words to fitly  and truthfully describe them.  The new tunnel at the Ben Harrison  designed to cut the bottom of the shaft  is being driven this week. Conditions  remain most favorable. A letter received from Secretary Robb says that  a concentrating mill has been purchased for the-Ben^Harrison-and Opal-  mines and will be shipped as soon as  possible. The mill will be placed on  Myers Creek, it is said, at norlh end  of Chesaw on preperty the company  expects to obain from the Yakima.  This wiil place the mill 1,500 feet from  the Ben Harrison and less than a mile  from the Opal with au easy grade from  each property down to the mi'l   site.  The Gladstone Gold & Copper Co  Sam Mattin superintendent, had its  linst monthly pay day this week. The  Company owns the Indiana the Glad-  stome and the Bismark Claims, and  here after allusion will be made to it  as the Gladstone property. During  July a good fraire cabin and black  smith shop have been   placed   on   the  It is evident that this big event has  now taken a palpable hold on the attention of the public not only in Grand  Forks but in all the neighboring  towns. The thousand ana one projections which have been set in motion  are about to bear fruit and a truly  marvellous change will soon be apparent in the general aspect of the  Forks. The grand triumphal arch  which will constitute the main entrance id the carnival grounds is now in  process pf construction. This imposing structor together with the Queen's  throne, chariot act, will be works of  art in classic architecture and have  been designed by specially imported  artists. The irresistable merry-go-  round is in active preparation. New  and -sensational features are coming  into place with amazing celerrty. The  greatest available sensational novelties, tight rope walking, baloon as-  ceusionists, parachute jumpers, gymnasts jugglers, acrobats, etc., have  been secured from all parts of America  and the Provinces. All these preparations are drawing the attention of  thousands of people to this part of the  country where a few days dull care  will be set aside and the flood gates of  pleasure will be thrown wide open and  joy will be unconfined.  A MAN HATES HIMSELF  When he wakes up with headache  aud bad taste in the mouth. Something is needed to settle the stomach,  clear away the dull heavy feeling and  create a little appetite. Just get a  tumbler of water, some some sugar,  and pour in a sniff dose of Nerviline  You'll pick up immediately and feel  tip-top in a tew minutes. Nerviline  hasn't an equal for a condition of this  kind. It stimulates, cures the headache, relieves the sick feeling and fits  you for���a Jiard^da^s^ \vork.^ Try Ner.  viline. Large bottles cost 25c. For  sale at Thomas Drug Co.  NARROW ESCAPE.  F. Keffer, L A Wing and the Editor  had a. narrow escape at the Emma  mine last Saturday. Tlv-y wen* walking up a hill near the main workings  when they heard a blast, and looking  up, saw iu mid air a shower of rocks.  With great presence of mind they lay  down behind an ore dump. No sooner  had they got under this slight shelter  than the locks came down on all sides.  One struck Wing on the leg, but as it  was a small one no damage was clone.  tVnaconda News.  Colgate s> e  Almost any soap helps in youi- toilet, but a great many injure the skin.  We   have  all the standard kinds,   as  Golgates,  Pears, Roger,& Pallets, Fivers,  Taylors, Woodburys   and Cuticura.  But for all round excellence, we recommend  The Famous Red Cross Soap  HAVE YOU  TRIED IT ?  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Lusk of Camp McKinney, B.C., policy No. 3463824, amount $2000. On Julv  11th, 1904���ten days after Mr. Lusk's decease���his beneficiary received a check from the company for S2000 in full  settlement of claim.  The New York Life Insurance Co., fulfils its  obligations and it does so without delay.  F. H. ELKINS  :: DISTRICT MANAGER, GREENWOOD.  I!!V! ������������������������������������ .................... .........a..*..i��i" .......... t.aiiiii..  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Wholesale Dealers in  Choicest' Brands of Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  PABST  Brewing^��]  COMPANY'S  CELEBRATED  MILWAUKEE  Sole Boundary  Agents For  LAtiER  BEER  Drink Iron Brew  The Ideal Drink  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  ���.Palace Cilery Stable**  *  *  ��  ��  o  a  a  ��.  *  ��  *  *  ��  Tlie Finest  Turnouts  in Boundary  Crec  District.  ��� ���  Batinermati $ Cewis..  Proprietors.  -0ui-Phone-Number-is-  ft  13.  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GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1��J, 1004.  No. 51  u  COMPANY, LTD.-  SHOE  F��R MEM  DON'T FROWN and say tliat bra-gains are for women. THESE ;  ARE FOR YOU.    WE guarantee that your  time  will  not  be  wasted if you step in and look at our "Specials this week.  SHOES  'STANFORD'  Box Calf, made in the Johnston-  Murphey style, heavy sole, regular  $8.50 value at   $6.00  'AVON'  Box   Calf,';  medium    weight    and  medium sole, a handsome  and comfortable shoe ...... $6.00  'CLAREM0NT'  Brown Kid Lace, elegant stock and  workmanship.   The biggest cut yet  $7.50 to  $4.85  SUNDRY TANS  T.ight and dark shades. The balance of three or four lines in various weights and shapes. All highest class goods.     NOW  $4.85  BEDROCKS  "The Smeltermen's shoe".   Heavy,  pliable calf with  Tap Sole, i.e. having an extra ply of sole leather over   ^^   ~       s=�� ,4*  the ordinary heavy sole.   This is the. best  made���Its   ^i%/^    *=? gj  yours for:      &p"��� ^Jf \&  00  T B" SPECIAL,  You will be surprised at these values.     Will please those looking  for  a  low price calf working shoe.  CONGRESS $2.00  BLUCHER $3.00  THE  BIG   STORE  ��^Jm^J����JM'}mJ.��2hJ��}mjm5h{^  9  T  X  X  ?  ?  ?  Y  t  t  t  V  t  t  Y  t  t  ?  -?-  ?  Y  1  Y  CLEAR  In order to make room for our fall stock of Clothing, we wish to get rid of every suit in the store  by that time, and to do so are offering the following inducements:  $10.00 Suits for  12.00 Suits for  13.50 Suits for  15.00 Suits for  20:00 Suits for  $5.00  6.00  7.50  12:50  $18-00 English Corduroy Suits for $8.00  See those snaps in Felt Hats at S1.00 each.    Cotton Underwear for 50c, SI.25, S1.50. S2.00 to S2.50 a suit.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO., Limited.  ^Z~l..ZUyZ��.9��Z.9l..l<��lMl*Z9.*9*l^l~^^  I AMERICAN SHOES |  4��  4>  The  Original  ''Julia  Marlowe"  Lac Bool  with elastic  instep  $5.00  ich's Famous  Elastic  Instep  With or Without "Elastic Instep"  TH�� OEKUWE HAVE THE NAME ON EVEJtr S01E.  ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.  "Julia  -c Marlowe"  Shoes, fine *  Kid wilh %  clastic  instep  $3.25  4, THE NEW "JHL4A MARLOWE" LACE *  + BOOT WITHOUT ELASTIC INSTEP $4-.50 *  4�� ��� ��g>  j* We announce with great pleasure that  we are'the ***  ^ exclusive agents of this famous make of fine shoes T  4��  and have in stock a variety of the best styles.  RENBELL &O  Agents for Mason & Risch pianos.  First-Class  tion.  0Vgkr..\,.,i-  MATTY  H  Concert Suggested in the Auditorium  For Near Future-  The Greenwood band appeared on  the streets on Tuesday evening- fully  attired in new uniform. The tasty  dress of the boys is in fine keeping  with the first class music they dispense  so liberally. This musical organization is one of which our citizens justly  feel very proud. For thelasl two years  the same aggrcgation'has oeen faithfully working- away with the idea of  making the band a first-class one, and  its success has been very marked. No  one who listens to the band discourse  its music of the regular Friday evening  out-door concerts can feel other than  proud. One would need to travel many  mile and visit much larger towns than  Greenwood before finding its equal in  musical accomplishments. The quality  of its music is the subject of favorable  comment by every musical visitor who  may have the pleasure of hearing the  band play.  The new uniforms of the band are a  very natty" affair, the color being a  rich, deep maroon with military black  trimming, made in Montreal. The  boys are booked for a four days engagement next week at the street carnival, Grand Forks, and we can promise the citizens of that town and its  visitors some high-class music.  The band consists of the following  twenty pieces and there is not a weak  part in the aggregation: B Hat cornet,  Richardson; picolo, Wilson; cornets,  McBayne, McArthur, Archibald, Galloway, Hallett, Hodge; Altos, Wilson,  Redpath, Swayne, Jaynes; Trombones.  Logan, Large; Baritone, Hunter; B  flat base, Archibald; 13 flat base, Saund-  ers,-Arnack,..suare.clrivni, .Leamy, bass  drum, Lamping.  While much credit is due to Messrs.  Richardson and Hallett for patient instruction of the band, the success of  the same could never have been attained without first, an individual  musical taste and second,faithful practice on the part of the individual members.  The citizens of Greenwood have right  to be proud of their band.  We would suggest to the band that  we believe the public would be pleased  to liberally palronize a concert if it  were given in the Auditorium in the  near future.  BON-FIRE AND MUSIC  The Ladies Guild of St. Jude's Kpis-  copal church i.s responsible for a very  pleasant affair on Tuesday evening  last. At considerable trouble they had  provided a beautiful place near the  Canadian Pacilic railway depot for an  out door prominade concert and had  rendered the same attractive and cheerful by bon-fires and Chinese lanterns.  Booths for the sale of refreshments  appealed to the appetite and the financial side, good music and bright conversation to the intellectual, and  bright eyes and lots of beauty to the  sentimental. Cozy nooks and dim-lit  paths, ruddy fire-glow and classic  music, beautiful nature and womanly  wit united to render the evening altogether charming.  IN A HURRY  ^���fr^**$"$"f ^^^^���-M^M^i*^  There is a great discrepancy between  the plans of Kuropatkin and Kuroki.  The Russian Kuro. says he will win if  it takes 25 years, but the Jap Kuro.  says the whole thing must be cleaned  up in a few months. We think the Jap  Kuro. is hurrying the other fellow too  much.  HOLD-UP  Mr. E. D. Orchard of Greenwood had  occasion to go to Phoenix on Saturday  evening  last.    JWhcn at a dark place  in   the  road   near  the "'Last Chance"  mine  he was   met  by  a party of live  men,   one of whom  carrying a  rifle,  notified him that he wanted his money  and-he wrin^d 5r oiii-ic,    Orchard  con-  ��� ''*..!-     ���.;���.,. !���'���-.-!. ���....        '.-.**.��� -.-.  and  .���.!::���       ���-,.-..    ,1...   ... ii;   | . i.iduci-d the  v.vti'.U:- iii- -\.i- vii'.ivaiy. amounting to  S3 mill hurried "ii hi.s way. He reported the matt.r on his arrival at  Phoenix, aud Constable Darragh hurried down on the Greenwood stage to  the scene of action, but men and  money were gone.  . )ur advice to those going to Phoenix-  is to carry no money, or at most very  little, and this is ai instance where  our advice is sure, to be taken. These  incidents will tend to make money  closer even than now.  THE LILLOET ELECTIONS  Returns received indicate the reelection of McDonald in Lilloet. The  entire vote of the riding is small, only  about 330, and the large, number of  cabinet ministers and government  officers in the district made it easy to  see all the electors personally. The  McBride government has held the seat  but it has gained nothing by the  election.  OUT TO NORTH FORK  Last Sundayv^several of our citizens  made a pilgrimage to the  North Fork.  Dr. Spankie, Dr. Manahan, G.  Arthur Rendell and their families  formed one party, while Dill, Falconer,  Frith and Anderson formed another.  The Dill-Frith party made a vigorous  effort for the festive trout. Some of  them caught���a co'd, and the others  caught nothing worth mentioning.  The Spankie-Rendell partv caught  about the same number.  HOBOES  Several of the ladies living along  Kimberley Avenue have been complaining of the frequent visitations of  rather undesirable characters at their  homes seeking food. With the mines  all working and the railroad contractors calling for mere men there is no  need for anyone willing to work to go  hungry. Keep your eye ont City  Police for these fellows.  THE BROOKLYN  Superintendent Collins is rushing  work on the Brooklyn. He is widening  the shaft in places and has placed an  order for a large amount of lumber for  ore bins. The bins will be placed on  the Canadian Pacific railway convenient to both Brooklyn and Stemwinder  It will not be long now before things  will be doing at Boundary Falls.  Try our pastry.    Two dozen   cookies  for 25 cents.     Star Bakery.  "I REGRET"  General Kuropatkin has become an  expert iu writing despatches begining  with "I regret". We suggest that he  might with advantage order a thousand copies of a form beginning the  same way and leave blanks merely for  dale, place aud   number of casualties.  Here is au instance of how a printing press might be more valuable to  him at the front than his battalions.  Just received a complete line of  school Book and requsities. Coles &  Frith.      FIRE ON TUESDAY  About four o'clock on Tuesday a fire  occurred which resulted in the total  loss of the houses owned by Mrs.  Loughead on Government street near  the brewery. Mrs. Stanton had recently moved into the premises intending to run a boarding house for the  liiCti employed in the nearby mines.  No; explanation i= offered' for the  origin of the fire, it first being- discovered in the small house immediately south of the one oenmied.  Mrs. Stanton   -  inos1    1* her i      if'    '������'���'.  The buildii ., jp'jiv, '.if! i . 'or S500 in  the C'uiad'��� ���   p '-i\���>    company,  >.' iiince ct V  u removing  MINING  The Latest Strike in   the  Camp.  VERY Ii M ORE  Good  Vein    Steadily   Improving  With Depth.  The great event of the week in mining circles has been the revelations on  the Barbara, under bond to Alex.  Miller. The Barbara is a full claim  adjacent to the town ou the east. In  fact the western end of the claim is  plotted into lots and some of the town's  best residences are built thereon.  Engineer \V. H. Jeffery was a happy  man last evening. Under his advice  work has been steadily proceeding on  the claim. After the shaft had been  sunk about 40 feet a break occurred in  the vein. A drift was, run 40 feet in  the direction of the break and the vein  caught up again. At this point sinking was begun and the vein followed  down. After sinking another 40 feet  the management is gratified with the  results. Steadily the vein has been  widening-, steadily the values have  beeu improving. On Thursday a fine  shoot of ore was broken into. The  ���rein is 14 inches wide, the ore galena,  zinc blende and copper sulphide in a  white granular quartz gangue. The  values near the S100 mark. The  country rock is changing, growing  softer with more oxidation. The  gradual improvement made by the  ledge was very encouraging, the latest  results particularly so. The direction  of the vein is N. N.W. by S. S.IC, the  dip about 55 degrees.  The ledge at present is nearly solid  ore and all the indications argue that  the bondholders have a big mine.  THE WEST FORK  Mr. William Fowler, one of the best  informed men in high grade ore miuing  in���the -Boundary^-^has-^just-returnccL.  from a trip to the West Fork. Mr  Fowler speaks in the highest terms of  the West Fork countty and predicts a  great future for that district once it is  provided with transportation facilities.  He remarks most favorably on the  wonderful showings on Wallace mountain at Beaverdell, and insists that the  Carmi mine is one of the biggest  things in British Columbia.  DRY WEATHER  The dry weather continues and  forest fires rage everywhere. The air  is tilled with smoke and unless rain  Falls soon discomfort, danger and loss  must ensue. This season is the hottest  aud drvest known for many years.  The only comforting rellection we can  get out of it is that our ledges can  neither shrivel up nor burn.  Tl'c Star Bakery is now giving 23  loaves of home made bread  for SI.00.  HE LIFTT HIS EYES  For a time Kuropatkin's eyes were  were lifted to hi.s sacred ikons. .Later  they scanned the passes of the mountains through which the Japs poured.  Higher, still higher, he lifts thein now-  looking perchance a skyward route  awaits his retreat, evoryothermeaus t>f  exit from his chosen ground having  apparently been cut off.  ROAD REPAIRS  Foreman Findly and his road gang  have done some excellent work on the  road between Greenwood and Summit  city. A little money under Findlay's  management always produces lar^e  results to the travelling public.  Try    our     Boston  Vienna Bakery.  Bro wi i     lire.id  f  I BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT A SHAW  Bakkistkks, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  CahlR  Address :  HALLKTT  It  Cooks  ) Bedford M'Ncill's  ( Lciber's.  Greenwood,  B. C.  1. 11.  IIALLKTT.  H. C  SHAW.  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notariks Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McI,koi).  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.   ;      :      s      :   B.   O.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  dining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a. Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD, B. C  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W. D. Flinn, Prop.  Sharp Razors. Clean Towels  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Streei.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38,1.0. 0. F.  Meets eTery Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning- brethern.  G. R. Naden. Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. Reo.-Sec.  Sb*  Boundary Creek Times  �� Issued Every friday  Duncan Ross _ Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year    2 00  Six Months _  1 25  To Foreign Countries.... .*. 2 50  FRIDAY,   AUGUST 19 W04  VICIOUS ARGUMENTS  get appropriations" were the only  arguments advanced by the  champions of the once great conservative party which is now  quite willing to sell itself to the  socialists and remain iii office  through the support of socialist  members.  How the mighty have fallen!  FEDERAL PARLIAMENT  ships and others reap the benefit.  For this reason it is particular!)'  gratifying that Mr. Fowler, who  has done so much for Greenwood,  is not retiriug from active mining  life without a modest competence.  The conservative party believes  the end justifies the means. The  chief end is to keep in office.  The party in this province is in  desperate straits and consequently  jeYCTy..isorL^pX..argum_entJisil^iiig.  used, every sort of compromise is  being made and every sort of  baneful influence is being exerted  to keep it in office. The Lillooet  campaign has demonstrated the  fact that the leaders of the party  in this province are quite willing  to resurrect the eld cry of appropriation and equally hold and  equally vicious sectional cry  when in a forlorn effort to influence the people in keeping  them in power.  The ex-attorney-general, A. E.  Phillips, shouted to the people of  Clinton to vote for Archie/ McDonald if they wanted appropriations for roads, streets and  bridges, and the attorney-general, Charles Wilson, gloated over  the fact that at last there was a  mainland government with a  majority of its members from  Vancouver, with poor old Victoria in the cold shades of opposition. No attempt was made by  government supporters to answer the onslaughts made by opposition speakers. The assessment act and its administration  of East Kootenay coal lands were  vigorously Jassailed by Mr. McDonald, the opposition leader, and  other liberal speakers, and not  one word of defence was offered  by the members of the government nor by the strident voiced  McPhillips. "It is all right  boys, we've downed the Victoria  bunch," and "vote for Archie and  The session of the Dominion  parliament just closed, has been  a notable one iu many respects.  The two most important matters  passed were the amended Grand  Trunk Pacific agreement and the  new Militia Act. The latter  measure assumed an additional  importance because of the Dundonald incident. The most striking feature of the session was of  course the discussion in connection with the dismissal of Lord  Dundonald. A weak government  would have been stampeped by  the amount of noise made by  interested Tory partisans and  would have sacrificed principle  rather than a noble Lord but Sir  Wilfrid is no weak learler of a  weak government. He and his  government met the situation  manfully and took the stand that  constitutional and responsible  government was to be maintained in this country.  When the feeling in connection  with the dismissal of Lord Dundonald dies away, sober, sensible  Canadians will realize more than  ever that there would have been  no other solution of the difficulty  and that summary treatment  must be accorded the man who  would attempt to impose a military dictatorship on this country.  It is hoped that the new milita  act introduced by Sir Frederic  Borden and passed by parliament  will prevent any clash between  the government and militia  officers.  The amended Grand Trunk  Pacific agreement, although attacked by the conservative opposition, insures the early construction of the railway and the  opening up of the northern portion of the country. Since the  C. P. R. act there has been, no  measure passed by the federal  parliament that means so much  for the countay.  During the session the ministry  demonstrated .more .than -ever, its  wonderful genius of government  and its remarkable hold on its  supporters in the house and on  the people in the country.  Sir Wilfrid can confidently appeal to the country because he  has given the people good gov-  ernment and has mapped out a  programme of future development  which the people are not going to  jeopardize by returning- the conservatives to power.  ^TOffowfflYraiTm^  Spokane's Interstate fair management has solved the entertainment  problem. Arrangements were made  last week by R. H. Cosgrove, the manager, with the Nat Reiss Southern Carnival company, to put on the company's big show clown town throughout the fair.f rom October 3 to 9. This  with the independent amusement features lo be given free in front of grandstand and with a midway which will  rival anything ever before seen on the  grounds, give assurances that everybody who want fun will be able to find  all kind of it.  The Southern Carnival company  was in Spokane last summer for the  labor unions and gave a very popular  show. Since then the company has  added $50 000 to its show and has the  best carnival which ever came to the  Pacific coast.: It is still a 10 cent ad  mission show, with a number of side  shows, to none of which a high price  is charged. The 10 cent admission  admits to all manner of hilarity and  astounding feats.  One of these open-air dare-devil performances is the loop the loop feat,  modified until it is much more foolhardy than it was before, and it always was a performance in which  many people who attempted it lost  their lives. The man who makes the  loop now,after he comes successfully  around, finds that the bottom has  swung out of his loop and he must  pass through an opening onto an exit  which swings into position to meet  him. If the spings work right and he  is a skilfulj rider he does the trick.  If something goes wrong the carnival  company has to get a new rider.  Besides this there are a number of  other open-air performances. There  will be the man on the bicycle >\ho  rides the tight wire 80 feet above the  ground, and there will be a spiral fire  tower, a new devise of daring.  MR. WILLIAM FOWLER  While the people of the Boundary will regret that William  Fowler has decided to retire from  active mining they will rejoice  that he has secured reward for  his many years of hard work in  the mining world, aud that he is  now in a position to eujoy life in  peace and comfort. Mr. Fowler  was properly called the father of  high grade mining in this district. He it was who demonstrated that there were surrounding the city veins of high grade  value and that they could be  worked at a profit. It was his  work that led others to invest  their money in high grade mines  until today Greenwood is one of  the most important high grade  camps on the continent.  It is not often tha,t the pioneer  mining man gets tyis reward on  this side of theigjja&t divide. He  generally  enfffiHgHM the hard-  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood, B. C.  PROVINCIAL LAND CURVEYOR  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ��� e  Capital, all paid up. $13,973,560.  Rest..  ,.$10,000,000.  President.   Lord Stkatiicona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. Geokcsk A. Dkummond.  General Manager :    E. S  Ci.ouston.  Branches in London, Eng. j cui��,h!��PrcaiKi,a.} New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Traveller!!11 Credits, available in any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  te9  **��  ted  ����=��>  TwmmMmmmmmMmmmmiss,  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. M- Can. Toe- C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys  on   Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly attended to at  regular  prices.  Address :    FAIRVIEW  P.   O., B. C.  FOR SALE  Six roomed house and out buildings,  situated on Everett avenue, Anaconda.  Lath and plastered throughout, good  cellar, Lynn Creek water at door. Can  be purchased cheap and ou easv terms.  Apply: B. J. CAMERON, on premises.  THE  Luxury  of a  and Hoi Idler in 90 Seconds  IN REACH 0'�� EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO  WATER HEATEK, the latest  invention, at  Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED.  Sole Agents.   Greenwood, B. C.  THE f ANADIAK RAM OF COMMERCE  With Which is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital $   8,700,000  Rest      3,000,OoO  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over    83,000,000  London Office. ���      _,   ,  ,  60 Lombard St. E. C. New York Agency  10 EXCHANGE PLACE.  In addition the Bank has 107 branches and agencies in Canada and  the United  Slates,  including tlie following In British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. ;  ATLIN, GREENWOOD. NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  CKANBRCOK,      [KAMLOOPS. NELSON. VICTORIA,  ~ " LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER, WHITE HORSE,  Wm. Gray      j Aae���te  H. B. Walker i Agents.  DAWSON,  I'ERNIE.  Branches in the United States:  NEW YORK;       SAN FRANCISCO. PORTLAND,      SEATTLE,     SKAGWAY  Deposits received, exchang-el-bong-lit and sold and every description of   bankinc-  business transacted! GREENWOOD  BRANCH,  0 W. ALLISON, Manager.  & 4* 4? 4* 4�� 4* 4 4* & ���ir ���ir ���ir ���ir 4? 4* 4* ���ir 4* 4* 4* 4* 4�� 4* 4* 4? 9?  -^  REPRESENTING:  Stocks  The  Phoenix Fire Assur-J  ance Co.'of London, Eug. j  j Liverpool and London and  ) Globe Insurance Company. 1  The British   America  As- j  surance Co.,  of Toronto.  i The Caandian Birkbeck  ! In-vestment and Savings  >Co.  Real  <����������^g  GEORGE   R.   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WHY RUN THAT OLD MACHINE WHEN YOU CAN TRADE  IT FOR A NEW DROP HEAD  SINGER AND PAY THE BALANCE MONTHLY  The Singer leads and can be bought on you own terms. If  that wjll not do, try our stock of second hand machines of all  makes.    A full stock of needles and sundries for all standard  makes.  SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.  OFFICE AT:  T. M. Gulley & Co.'s Furniture Store.  N. H   LAMONT, Agent.  000*��00JJ 0000��-$0��0$#*0##��0#00000��0000000$S0000000000$*.  a BOUNDARY   O&EEK  WUHBS.  STRUCK  A SNAP  Factory  Selling   Out���  Its now up to )rou,  come  and see.  The finest line of Iron Beds,  Springs, Couches, Lounges,  Pillows and all kinds of Mattresses, including Cotton-Floss  and Felt. The Floss and Felt  Mattresses are guaranteed the  best on earth.  Come and see and be convinced.  MURDERED AT PHOENIX  ��.-���*������  A-L.  "NEW STORE"  National   Hotel  Block.  ���*  STAHBARB  B.   W.  BISH0P  PLUMBER  1904 Catalogue of complete Home Furnishings mailed free to any  address���1568 illustrations, valuable information. It will help you  to furnish even if you  do not buy of lis.  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B.C.  S.BARRY YUILL  Annie Allen (Colored) Fatally Stabbed  by Joshua Bell.  , Friday afternoon a tragedy occured  among the houses of ill-fame, in-the  city of Phoenix, the victim being a  colored woman, Annie Allen by name.  The tragedy occured about two o'clock  in the afternoon in the red light district, the murderer , being .a colored  man, Joshua Bell, who came there last  .week with a prize fighting outfit. The  .woman died half an hour after receiving the fatal stab.  STORY OF THB CRIME  The murder was as coldblooded as  could be imagined. Bell w,aited in  hiding for the Allen woman to come  ont of her housl on Banner street,  when he stabbed her in. the breast with  a knife, and then kicked in herteeth.'  Then Annie Swan,-in whose house the  Allen woman lived, came out, and Bell  chased her around the house. At this  point Hank Allen, a porter, who was  sawing wood near by, and had seen  the quickly committed(murder, ^took a  hand, and cries for .the police were  heard, Bell at once taking to the woods  back of that locality, and making for;  the United States.  It appears that Annie Allen .had'  been living with Joshua Bell, .and a  short time ago he.stabbed her while in  Spokane, ,for which he did time.there.  Coming here this weeK he found the  woman, and.tried the.same.game, with  fatal results.  Murdcch|Mdntyre, who .happened to  be in the lower town, gave the alarm  to the police, the murderer having escaped over the hills, with a bare half  hour's start of the police. Chief of  Police - Flood started .ont: at..once' on  horseback, and Policeman Docksteader  was also soon in the saddle. Telephone  notifications were sent to Greenwood;  and officer Cunningham- was quickly  on'.the chase. Grand Forks was notified and two men started��� out to intercept .the murderer, yvhile another man  from Fourth of July creek was also  soon mounted and on the same errand.  The chief started'.back .oy.er the ..hills  toward the War Eagle, figuring that  Bell would strike for an unused trail,  and thence for the Boundary line. He  ran across Be'.l's .tracks some two  miles west, and then1 made a cut and  awaited for the man- to come along.  This Bell did in an unsuspecting .way';  the chief jumping from behind an old  shack and haying the handcuffs on  Bell before the latter knew what had  happened.-  When safely lodged in jailj Chief  Flood sent for Annie Swan, keeper of  the house where the murder was committed, who positively identified Bell  as the murderer.  Drl G. M. Foster of Greenwood, had  been notified, and had the following  iury impanelled: Chas. Bonter, Isaac  Crawford, J. E. W. Thomson, C. H.  Reeves, J. Marshall and; El-P; Shea.  The jury=was taken -to- view the scene  of the murder and the remains of the  dead woman, when it adjourned to hear  the report of the post mortem examination.  The coroners jury returned a verdict  that the deceased came to her death by  a knife wound inflicted by-Joshua Belt.  The witnesses were Annie Swan,  Hank Allen, Charles Gross, Joseph  Judge, Murdock Mclntyre and Dr.  Gordon.  The jury also recommended that all  parties found inhabiting houses of ill  fame without visible means of support  be placed under arrest at once and  summarily dealt with by the police department.  Bell has beeu bou id over for trial at  the assizes which will be held at Green  wood in October.  Granby Mines...   Mother Lode   B. C. Mine.:   Snowshoe   Sunset   Oro Denoro   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell   Emma   Winnipeg   Golden Crown     Athelstan and Jack; Pot   King Solomon   No. '37..:.:.:.;....:   City of Paris   Senator   Elkhorn ....  Providence   E. P. U. Mines and Gold Finch..  Rhoderic Due   Ruby, Boundary,Falls   Carmi, West.Fork   Jewel, Long Lake   Birey Fogl'e   Miscellaneous   1900  64 533  ��� 5 340  19 444  297  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  1902.  3101:601  141 326  14,727  20 800  8 010  150  1, 076  ,2 250  1 200  i'000  150  560  650  040  900  785  ,625'  850  665  325  172  Total Tons  160  3.230  99 730  80  350  890  ���389.000  507^811  682 541     502 860  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Impravements.  , NOTICE.  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  MAIL  CONTRACT  SEALED TENDER*, addressed to tlte Postmaster General; will be received at Ottawa until Noon, un Friday, 2nd. September,  for the conveyance nf Her Majesty's Mails, on  a pioposed Contract for four years; twelve  times per week each way, between Ana conda  and Greenwood from 1st October next.  Primed notices containing1 further information an to conditions of proposed Contract may  be seen and blank forms of Tender may be  obtained at the Post Offices of Anaconda and  Greenwood and at this office.  Post Office Inspectors Office I  Vancouver, B. C, 22nu July, 1904. f  JOHN K. GREENFIELD,  Post Office Inspector  Saddles horses, harness, wagons and  buggies. See A. L. White & Co., New  & 2nd Hand Dealers.  NOTICE  In the matter of the "Lang Registry Act" and  in the matter of the title to Lots 13 and 14,  Block 21, Midway, Map 3, in  the Osoyoos  Division of Yale District.  Whereas  the certificate of title of Frances  Herbert being Certificate of title number, 3059a,  to  the above hereditament!! haa  been lost or  destroyed, and application  has been   made to  me for a duplicate thereof.  Notice i.s hereby given that a duplicate certificate of title to above hereditaments will be  issued at the expiration ef one month from the  date hereof, unless in the meantime valid  objection to the contrary is made to me in  writing.  W. Hi Edmunds.  District Registrar.  Land  Registry Office,  a Kamloops, B. C, August 12, 1904.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Connection Fractional"  Mineral  Claim, situate in the Greenwood   Mining Division of  Yale District.    Where   located:     Skylark  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that  I,  J. P. Myers-Gray  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85695, agent for  James Sutherland, Free Miner's Certificate No  B855S7, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply  to the; Mining Recorder fora Certificate oflmprovements. for the purpose of obtaining a Crowil Grant on the above claim.  And further take notice that   action,   under  section  37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  oDated this 17th day of June, A.D. 1904.  J. P. MYERS-GRAY.  Sy^ossis of Regulations for disposal'of!;IVlto-;  erals op Dominion Lands In Manitoba, the  Northwest Territories   and -the   Yukon,  Territory.  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  at 810 per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not-more than 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at the rate of ten1  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock,companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free;niiiher's certificate is granted,  for one;or more years, .not .exceeding,  five, upon .payment ,in advance of $7.50  per annum for an individual, and frqm  $50 to $100 per annum1 for a company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered .coal  ,i,n place, may locates claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the same with two  legal post3. bearing location notices;  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.  The .claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days.if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim- is $5 00;  At least $100 must be expended on  th,e claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  hap been expended or paid, the locator  mav, upon having a-survey made, and  upon complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at $1.00  an acre-  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty,.oh the^^Aalesjnptexc^eeding five per  cent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N. W. T., excepting the! Yukon Territory.���Placer miningclaims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, $5 renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench? the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but, not' exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may bJ obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty y��ars, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river be-  lo,w low water mark, and subject to  the rights of ail personB who have, or-  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to. high water marl- on  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fract  ion is sufficient. Rental, $10 per annum for each mile of- river leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the out put after it  exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory���  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the.river  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on (It* 1st  day of August in the year of thir .late  of the lease.  The.lessee shall hav: one dredge in  operation  within   two year."   from the  date of the lease, and: 0110 dredge for  [each five miles, within six years  from  such date.     Rental $100 per  mile for  first year, and $10 per mile for each  ^subsequent year. .Royalty, same as  placer mining.  ;Placer;tnining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on >the base,line;or  geheral.djreclion of ithe creek,pr gulch,  the width being 1,000 to 2,000. All  other placer claims shall ,be 200 feet  sati?*^  ; .^laimes-.. are1-marked by two legal  posts,.one at each'end, bearing notices.  Entry, .must be obtained within ten  days; if the'.claim is within ten miles  of miuting.-recorcVer's officev One additional day.allbwed for each ten milesi  or-fraction.  'T.he persp.n .or company .staking a  qlaim must-hold .a free ,miner's cfeiftifi-j  cate. j  The discoverer of a new mine is en-;  titled,to a.claim of l,000:feet in -length,-,  and if- the party ..consists of two 1,500!  altogether, on the output of which no!  royalty will be charged, the rest of the]  party ordinary .claims only. I  Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate!  of .two and one half per cent, on the';  value of the gold shipped, from the';  Yukon territory to be paid to the Com-!  dtrolier.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim on eich'  seperate river, creek or gulch, but the:  same miner may hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their claims in partnership  by filing notice and paying fee of, $2.  A claim may be abandoned, and another obtained on the same creek,  gulch' or river, by- giving1 notice and  paying a- fee;  Work piust be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of $200.  A .certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each: year. If-not,  the claim shall be deemed to be- abandoned, and open to occupation and entry by a' free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may, be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the  -Yukon Official Gazette. . ,___=_��� _=������,_  "DIXIE" mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining1. Division-,of v.Yale-'District.  Whe*e located:   In Deadwood camp.  :TAKE  NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, agent  for the Vancouver and Boundary .Creek Developing- and Mining Cort pany, ���Limited' Liability, Free Miner's Certificate No. B8S418:,intend,  Sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining- Recorder ,for Certificates .of, .Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown  Grant of the above claim.  ; ��� And further, tak'i-notice that:action, .under  section 37, must be commenced ibefore the issuance, of sucli Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 30tli day of June. A.-D:-'1904.'  :���  ROBERT, WOOD.  .MINERA'L ACT 1896;  Certificate of. Improvement.  NOTICE.  ^'GoldlDrop.Eraction" miueral,claim.situate in  the .Greenwood .Mining  Division-of. Yale  District.     Where   located:      On' Wallace  Mountain,  joining   the'  .Gold'  Drop, and  AlaHka:Miiiera,l'Claims.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Sydney Hi..Johnson,  .���acting  as   agent   for  VVilfriU   Cookson,   Free  Miner's Certificate No. B85419, and Thomas W.  Murray, Free Miner's Certificate  No.   B55599,  intend,sixty day's fromtlie date,hereof v to ap-  .uly tc the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a.  ,Crowrt Grant ofthe above claim. -   ���  :   And'Airther take  notice" that  action, under  .section 37, must be commenced before  the issu-  ance of such Certificate of Impiovemeuts.-.  Hated this 14th day of June A.-DV'MO*. -  MINERAL ACT,  Ceitificate of Improvement.  NOTSCH.'  THE KNIGHT RAMBLER   Mineral' Claim,  situated in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.   Wherelocated:   In Camp  McKinuey, adjoining the Fontenoy Miner  al Claim on the east.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Henry Nicholson,  Free Miner's Certificate No! B4188S,v acting as agent for W. A. McKay,-I^ree Miner's :  Certificate No. B41841. arid   J; H,^ McKehiie  Free Miner's  Certificate Noi-B 41B47, Intend  sixty days from'the date hereof,'-* tb apply to the'  Mining-Recorder for. a Certificate of-Improve-.  ments for the.purpose of obtaining a.Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And- further take: notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before thbig-  suance of such Certificate oflmprovements.  Dated this 20th day of May, A. D;, 1904.  HENRY NICHOLSON.  Petroleum-���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories'an'd within the Yukon  Territory are open tc prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company  having machinery on the land to be  prospected, an-area of 640acres Should  the prospector discover oil in-paying  quantities, and'satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil well and  such other land as may be determined  will be sold to the discoverer at the  rate of $1.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at suoh rate as may be specified by  order-in-council.  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior,  Ottawa.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO DAVID BEATH, rENRV SHIELDS, or  to any person or perform to whom they may  hare transferred their Interest in the Paymaster mineral claim, situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale district.  Yon are hereby notified that I have expended  the sum of $1000 for surveying the above mentioned claim and $2,��0 for recording the same  for an assessment, such being required and  necessary to hold the said claim for the year  ending October 11, 1903, under the provision of  the Mineral-Act and Amending Acts; and if at  the expiration of ninety days from the date of  the first publication of this notice iu the Bound  ary Creek Times, you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely,"|51.25, together with all costs of advertising, your interests in said mineral claim  shall become invested in me, [ your co-owner]  upon filing in the proper office in that behalf  the affidavit required by section 4, of the Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Datad this 9th day of June, 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements-  SNOWSHOE, DIAMONa. and TOLEDO,  Mineral Claims, situated in the Greenwood;  Miuing Division of Yale District. Where  located:    At Carap McKinney.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Hugh Megraw,  Free Miner's Certificate No BS730.1, acting as agent for William Claude Fox, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B62076, intend sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  lents, for the purpose < "    - ---   ��� ~-  r.rani ofthe above claim.  And farther take notice that action, under  f-ection 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this7th.day of July. 1903.  HUGH MEGPAW  iw Tim i> M3y&3Jfci  rrrRsiLWiYTTr  World's Fair Excursion  Rates  GREENWOOD TO  ST. LOUIS      $62.65  CHICAGO    67.75  TORONTO    90.00  MONTREAL,     100.65  HALIFAX  124.45  NEW YORK  103.65  NINETY DAYS LIMIT.  DATES OF SALE:  September 5, 6; 7.  for  Low Excursion Fares  all   eastern   points   will  also   be  quoted going, via Port Arthur-all rail  or lake route returning same or via  Chicago and-St. Louis.  GRAND FORKS RACES AND  STREET CARNIVAL  AUGUST 24, 25, 26i: 27.  Tickets will be issued for above event  Aug. 24th to 27th inclusive at rate fare  and  third,  good  to return Aug. 29th.  For   full particulars apply  to local  agents.  E. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE,  A.G 1\A. Vanciiuri-r  J.   S  CATER,  D.P.A.Nelron  NOTICE  .Mining ��ecoraer  ior av-ermicaie ui   nupiuve-       Notice  is  hereby given  that    we  intend   to  ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown    apply to the Board of licence Commissioners  - - -  ��� for a transfer of the licence now held by us  for the premises known as the Arlington hotel  situaie on Lot 22, Block"' Copper street, Greenwood, to E. Simpson.  Thos. Pieckakt  Phil  McDomald  Dated Jlny 15.1904. BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  ST00KB BROS  Having something else  in  view  offer their well known  Kor Sale  706 Acres  150 acres suitable fo:' cultivation  balance pastures and range.  100 foot hay and cattle sheds.  First class fencing.  Extensive Hog pasture���creek  running thro���well fenced���pig  proof.  Young Orchard just coming into  bearing stock at option ot purchaser.     , .  50 acres Timothy-Clover-Brome  Grass.  Barns all floored���chicken   and  ' root houses.  Current prices paid ranchers for  dressed meats, etc. Pork 8 to  10c.   Beef 8 to 10c.   Eggs 35  ��� to 60c dozen. Rutter 35c lb.  Oats 50c bushel, wheat $1.00  bushel.  There's Money In Ranching at the  atove prices���you can't get away from  It. There Is no section so well adapted  to' stock raising or fruit growing (as  Boundary Creek) that produces so little  of what it consumes. Market at your  door.   The Freight Is yours.  the Boundary for the \  I rancher is an empire of <  \ its own. )  \   Our market Is protected on the East by \  ?   the C. P. R-, on the south by the Custom I  j   House, on the West and North by Land ^  limited and undeveloped- j  Five Miles North of  Midway,   B;  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and sonth to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North.,  port.  Effective June 14th, 1903.'  Leave Arrive  8:45 a. m.           Spokane 6:15 p. m.  10:40 a. m.           Rossland   ��� 4:35 p. in.  7:20 a. m.           Nelson 7:20 p. m.  10:35 a. m. Grand Forks 4:00 p. 111  8:30 a. m.         Republic 6:15 p. m.  In Connection-With  TICKETS To All POINTS  SHORT  LINE TO  ST. PAUL, DULUTH, M.NKEA-  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALL I OINTS  EAST: SEATTLE, TACOM/ VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all 1-ACIFIC  COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining   and  Buffet  Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daiiy 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  g. F. &. p. a., c. p. & r. a ,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC  At the organization meeting of the  Grand Trunk Pacific Railway company at Montreal on the 10th inst.,  President Hayes made the announcement that no construction will begin  this year but that surveys between  Winnipeg and the Pacific coast would  be rushed. He also announced that no  selection had yet been made of a  Pacific coast terminus, and so Kitti-  mas and PorbSimpson with their hopes  must wait. It is in the interest of  Canada and the road that the selection  should be wisely rrther than hurridly  made.  PERRY'S VICTORY FIRST  He Is the First Canadian-born to Win  the King's Prize.  In referring to a recent speech in the  House of Commons by Colonel Sam.  Hughes', the Toronto Star says:  "It was mere nonsense for Col. Sam.  Hughes to protest because Sir Frederick Borden mentioned Private Perry  as the first  native-born  Canadian  to  win.the prize, and his victory does  mean more to Canadians than the  success of Hayhurst in 1895. The latter had been a crack rille shot before  coming to Canada, and British and  other papers did not forget to detract  from our satisfaction in hi.s victory  by mentioning tlie fact that he was  known at Bisley before he was known  here.  "But Private Perry is altogether out-  own man, He is a Canadain-born.  He learned to shoot here, went to the  Boer War with the first contingent,  and proved his marksmanship at Bisley when the time  came.  . "It is all sham, this pretence on the  part of Col. Hughes that he takes no  more pride in the proformance of a  native-born rifleman than in that of a  man who acquired his skill elsewhere.  Our relations with the Empire do not  call for the making of such pretences.  We are Canadiins first and foremost.  Everybody in thiscountry wants to see  the Canadian taam defeat the British  team at Bisley, and is pleased that  Schooles defrated the best British scul  ler at. Henley."  CHINESE EENEVOLENCE  ..THIRB ANNUAL...  Race Meeting w Summer Fair  Under the auspices of the Grand Forks  ���    Driving Park'and Athletic Association  GRAND FOR  AffG. 25, 26g_g7,_g4;  *  THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME IS AS FOLLOWS  First Day���ThursdaY, Angust 25th,  2 p. m.  No. 1���Running, X mile dash;purse  ��50. ;  No. 2���Running, % mile; purse $250  No. 3���Running, -^ mile, in heats;  purse $150.  No. 4���Running, Grand Forks Derby, 1 mile; purse $400.      ���  No. 5���Cowboys' race, 300 yards,  two turns; $40 in prizes; entrance  free; post entries.  No. 6���-Running, % mile; purse $150  Second Day���Friday, August 26th,  2 p. m.  No. 7���Gentlemen's Saddle Horse  Race, '4 mile, owners up; purse  $40.  No. 8���Running, )4 mile, heats,best  two in three; purse $200.  No. 9���Pony Race, # '.mile, 14yi  hands and under; purse $50.  No. 10���Seagram Cup, distance %  mile, all ages; winner of Grand  Forks Derby to carry 7 poundsad-  ditional weight. For a cup valued at $500. donated by J. E. Seagram, of Waterloo, Ont.. and 5300  cash added by the association,  cup to. be won two years consecutively  by  same owner to be-  "���cOme-private' property;-" Purse  divided.  No. li-���Cowboy Race; }{ mile,three  turns. Purse $20; first $15; second $5; post finlries; entries free.  Cansolation races will be run on the  third  day,  August   27th.     They  . will be open to horses which have  failed to win prizes in the other  races.    Prizes will be appropriat-  . ed from 90 per cent of the gate  receipts on the third day.  Horse Exhibits���Parade, before the  grand  stand  on  August 25th or  . 26th. liberal cash prizes will be  offered in the following classes,  namely:  Best tnoroughbred stallion,  Best saddle horse.  Best standard bred stallion.  Conditions; Four lo enter in each  competition. Prize in each class  $10.- ....  The conditions for the horse races  will be as follows: AU purses  divided 70, 20 and 10 per cent.  The rules  of the New California  . Jockey club to govern.  Entrance fee 5 per cent of  purse,  with  5 per cent  additional from  ' winners. In all races four to  enter and three to start.  Entries in all events close with the  -^secretary,-Yale-hotel, August 24th  at 6 p. m.  MS  pons & Good  Music ^ ft  M Events  SPECIAL RATES  ON ALL RAILWAYS  LLOYD. A. MANLY,  PRESIDENT.  W. A. HARKIN,  SECRETARY.  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements, to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells all others. (  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  *  ��  ��  ���a  ��  o  a  *  ��  s  a  a  ��  a  a  o  o  ��  a  o  o  a  o  &  FINANCIAL! MINING AGENTS  MINING    PROPERTIES    OP    MERIT    PURCHASED   OR     EVELOPED.  *  *  a  *  a  a  a  a  ���&  ft  a  a  a  ��� a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  "The. Hook Sing Tong Charity" is  the corporate name of a Chinese benevolent society just launched at Victoria under the "Benevolent Societies  Act." The objects of the society are  two fold, fraternal benevolence an  mutual improvement. The officers are  all Chinese of course.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster" Mineral  Claim,  situate   in   Ibe  Greenwood Mining  Division  of Yale  District.     Wliere located:    Near Beaverdell.  West Fork Kettle River.  '"PAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, Free  1      Miner's   Certificate No.  BS5415,  intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining-Recorder for a Certificate of Iniprovements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under  section 38, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tliis 1st dav of August, A. D., 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Bay ' fractional Minera'. Claim, situate in the  (iivruwood Mining Division of Yale District. Wherelocated: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Heurv Fuller, Free  Miner's certificate No. B80S86. acting for  sell and as agent for David Manchester, Free  Miner's certificate No. BS059S, and Frederick  Hall, Free Miner's certificate No. B305S7, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining- recorder for a certificateof Improvements, for the pi'rpose of obtaining a  Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice   that  action,   undei  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 1st day of August A. D., 1904,  HENRY FULLER.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "VTE" Fractional Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood mining- division.of Yale  district.   Where located:   In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JZ. Shaw, agent  for John Moran, Free Miners' Certificate  No. B. 80433, 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 Grantof the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Daled this 23rd day of July, A. D. 1904.  C. JR. Shaw, P. L. S.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  "VICEROY" Fraction Mining Claim, situate  in tlie Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Deadwood  camp, adjoining the  No. 9 Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. John-  son, Free Miners' Certificate No. IJ80S1S.  acting for self and as agent, for Charles H.  Tye,' Free Miners'Certificate No. B85703; Pat  Hickey, Free Miners' Certificate No. B80496,anri  Duncan Mcintosh, Free Miners' Certificate No.  B85G97,intend sixty days from the date liereof,to  apply to the viiuing Recorder fora Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  Aud fuither take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of August, A. D. 1904.  Sydney M. Johnson.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  King- Solomon, Queen of Sheba and Jumbo  Fraction Mineral Clainis, situaie iu the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Wherelocated: On Beaver Creek two miles  North of Beaverdell.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson  acting as agent for John A Crawford,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B3U201. Wm. Olsen,  Free Minei's Certificate No. B30572. Wm.  Kintz, Free Miner's Certificate No. KSSi30and  Joseph P. Kellv, Free Miner's Certificate No.  11553.39, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the-Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements foi the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such   Certificateof Iniprovements.  Dated this 11th day of Marcli, A. I).. 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.'  KOl'ICK.  "Springfield" Mineral Claim, situate'in the  Geeeuwood Mining Division of Yale District. Wliere located:���In Beaver Creek  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, a.s  agent fur James Napier Paton, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B62156, aud Ralph  Smales, Free. Miner's Certilicaie No. B55521.  intend, sixty ��� days from the date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for ft Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim  And further lake notice that action, under  Section ������ 7.  invi"-  be  (���omn)en''9',   before  the  issuance of sucn uertl^ato of Iiu|nOvem<sv.���.  Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D., 1904.  I. H. Hallett,  :'r?<TG'S   COLLEGE   SCHOOL  (.���������ii- t.. mienu tvii,. ,1-siiv tlirlr s<ms tn liave home car*  mi-.i .-"inii'its wliih'tvi'civhi'rn su]n*rlnr  -*T!J. mUA!.. MQ-?AL AND PHYSICAL TRAINING  !t l.:i> ��!���'" ��itii r.'iiiiirk:iMcsU':cefi.s in  wrrrn-v;   o:am:nat:cns and athletic*  ji   ; i- ��� i ���   ��� "ti i-i ���!.<!��� an.i t-:i!rtili:i-i; of nmiiv nf th�� In.-.-  i ���-     :: ������!.. i....-i.i. itwi.   I.v:'1.,.n.vs: TH* Lonl liislmpi  .��   * ii !::-���������"���   ' t.i    I; ������ .   1'r.    ivtuiv.iti., Aivi:iie>,i*"'li  ���  ���'��� "���'���������������-    a//.-*;. i.:?K MO*J.IH.\..''c;riMasit  i:    .*.;s  l,ri:':>i;'' >1 . V- \i ����t*Vl K.  1:. '"  NOTICE.  Notice    is    hereby   given   that   the  undersigned will   not   be   responsible  for any bills contracted by Frank Miller, a minor, who left his home on the  * | 19th  instant.  o0#*#<i<i��tf<io����j*o��B<t<i<i<i<t<ifl��*��ifl��oaiei#)inin��*)iuju5Si��i<n(i����*<i������#0  Judge Miller.  Aiifconda, B.C., July 22nd, 1904.  Meets every Wednesday evening  at 8:0n in the K. of P. Hall.  All Brothers welcctne.  A. D. HALLKTT, A. S. EMURKE,  K. of R. and S. c. C.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO RICHARD   McCULLOCK or to any person or persons to whom he mav have transferred  his interest in  tlie  Kkmdvke   and  Nordac mineral   claims    situated'   in   tlie  Gieenwood Mining  Division  of Yale district.  You are hereby  notified  that  we have expended the sum of S400 in assessment work  on  the above clainis togetner with  flQXO for  re  cording the same   such  work  being required  and necessary  to the said claims for the years  1002-3 ending August 2nd, 1903,  under the provisions   f the Mineral Act and Amending Acts;  and if at the-explratloi. ol ninety days from the  date of the first publication  of this notice in  tbe  Boundary Creek Times, you fail or refuse  to contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely $153.75. together with all costs of adver.  tising, your  interest  in   said mineral claims  shall become vested in us (vour co-o\vners)tipon  filing in the proper office iti that behalf the affidavit required bv section 4 of  the Mineral Act  Assessment Act. 1900.  Dated this 22nd doy of April, 1904.  .        Geo. A. McKague,  -.   Harry A. Shallenhercek.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE,  "Anglo-Saxon'   "Deer Bell" and "Little Pete"  Mineral Claims, situate In the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.     Where  ,    located: Ou Saw or Baker Creek on or near  Anarchist Mountain.  TAKE  NOTICE  that  I. John  P.  McLeod,  Fiee Min.r's Certificate No. B 80240, acting as  agent for Thomas McDonnell,   Free   Miner's  Certificate No B 55381 and  Marv   A.    Desro-  siers,  Free   Miner's   Certificate   No.   B   S015S,  intend,      sixty   .    days      from       the       date  hereof,   lo   apply   to    the   Mining   Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements for the pnrpose of obtaining Crown Grants to the above  claims.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 28th day of May, 1904.  J. P. M'LEOD.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  TOBOGGAN .Mineral Claim, situaie in ate  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District Wherelocated: At Hartford Junction.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. John-  sen. Free Miner's Certificate No. B55250,  acting for self mid as agent for Joseph Bassett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55154, Harrv L.  Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55290  and James Newby, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B 74437, intend, sixty days, from the  dale hereof, lo apply to the Mining Recorde  for a certiiicate of Iniprovements, for the  purpose of obtaining crowugrant of the absve  claim.^   .  Aiid  further' ialfe hdtice^tliarabtidn'rurider^  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicatesof improvements.  Dated this 10th day of April, A. D.. 1901.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  Timber Notice.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date we intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Laud and Works, Victoria, B. C  for a 21 year lease to cut and carry awav timber from the following'described lands; commencing at a post placed on the West side of  t'.ce main fork of Keille river near the mouth  of Canyon creek marked Heyland and Hamilton's South west corner post, thence East 400  chains, thence North 400 chains, thence West  160 chains, thence North 800 cnains, thence  East 400 chains, thence North 400chains, theuce  East 640 chains, thence North 400 chains,  theuce East 160 chains, theuce North 400 chains  thence West 4oO chai..s, thence North 400 chains  thence West 641' chains, thence North 400  chains, theuce West 400 chains, thence South  04o chains, thence Hast 160 chains, thence  South 160 chains, thence East H-0 chains,  thence South 40o chains, thence West 320  chains, theuce South 2000 chains to said place  of commcuctmeiit.  Daled this 12lli dav of May, 1904.  '   A. R. HEV-AND,  W. ii. HAMILTON.  Locators  DISSOLUTION   OF  PARTNERSHIP,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the  partnership heretofore existing between  ihe undersigned, under the firm name of Dempsey & McPlL-rson, earning on business as  Hotel Keepeis at the Boundary Falls Hotel, at  Boundary Falls in the District of Yale, is this  day dissolved by mutual consent.  Dated at Boundary Falls, B. C, June 27, 1904.  Witness, CHAS. A. DEMPSEY  .Geo. H. Gray. ALEX. McPHERSON.  1  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND  CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city. ?  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  I  To Witness Big Carnival at  Grand Forks Next Week  And still the jjood work goes merrily  on, The carnival directors are all in  litg-h feather over the assured success  of their g-tg-antic enterprise. The, time  of voting- for the queen has been extended to the 20th of August. It will  then be known who will wear the  crown. The contest between the  prospective queens is now at fever  heat and votes are coming in as vol  uminously as Japanese missiles at  Port Arthur. The fair contestants are  all charming specimens of feminine  beauty and womanly worth, whose  gentle attribute and graces makes any  one of them worthy to adorn any  throne. It will be a pretty picture.  The merry queen picturesquely surrounded by her gorgeously attired  routine will.present a vision of dazzell  ing beauty long to be remenbered.  The foundation of the frame work  for the triumphal arch are completed  and electricians and decorators ate  busily at work from early morn until  late in the evening. The scheme of  illumination is of a magnitude that  will make night as bright as day.  A grand display of fireworks will  take place each night from the roof of  the triumphal arch and the administration ��� building, while all ears will  be gladdened by the glorious music of  the famous Greenwood band. Fun  and display will then follow fast and  furiously.  Everyone will see the latest and  most sensational baloon assension Mc-  Clellan and his awe inspiring torpedo  parachute drop. This is something  entirely new in aeronautics and has  never before been seen.  The wonderful; ihe dare devil  Zoyarra, will run up a slender column  to a dizzy height on a .rolling globe  with his beautiful wife poised aloft on  one hand.  The fearless trapeziats, Messrs. Cole  & Cole, will execute their dexterous  aud intrepid evolutions in mid air on  the flying trapeze.  You will laugh���Ed Coleman, the  funny tramp juggler, will make you  roar at his funny pranks and mirthful  excentricities.  Flecti non frangi���Cynthia���She  bends but she does not break. Cynthia, the dainty, the graceful, flexible  equilibrist will win you with her  wonderotts grace and dexterity.  The inimitable Kelsey & Moore ���  They defy the laws of gravity and  equipoise on high wire introducing  feats of balancing that have never before been attemtped.  . There are also the Parisian Marvels  direct from the Foles Berger, the brothers Schsck, the world's greatest  novelty acrobates. Also the great  -Dana^brothersrwhose dashing^achievements on flying rings will cause you to  wonder.  Harry Thompson in his wonderful  slide    for   life.    He   will   slide   with  ���FOR-  USE  ENTHOL  and  M  USTARD  Get it at  White Bros.  Dispensing Clicmists, Greenwood  CAPITAL $250  Divided into $1,000,000, at 25c Each.  The area of an oil field is the most valuable land known to commerce, its shares are a good investment beacuse those that invest  now get in on the ground floor. Get a prospectus of the Company  read it carefully and ask yourself the question whether it is not a  fair risk that this company should come to occupy an equally commanding position in the oil industry.  SHARES ARE NOW FOR SALE IN BLOCKS OF FORTY AT TWENTY FIVE CENTS PER SHARE.  For Full Information Apply to      pre<JeriC  W,  Broker & General Insurance Agent,  .cLaine  Copper Street, Greenwood.  amazing rapidity from an awe inspiring height down an acutly inclined  wire.  Geo. II. Williams & Co., (thirteen  people) with their great plantation  show depicting the merriest merriment from the sunny south; also the  great Jat sit mari troupe of Japanese  jugglers and acrobats.  Ali Ben Musin, the mysterious Bedouin, and a host of others top numerous to mention.  The Stadium. This vast canvas is  the theatre in which will be presented  in rapid succession a multitudinous  many of the latest aud most brilliant  vaudeville attractions. Then there is  the old "stand by " the merry merry  -go round.    Who can resist it?  All will have a chance to see the  great novelty parlor with sixty of the  latest peep hole slot machines showing  scenes and pictures that are strange  and unusual. There is also to be a  grand rock drilling contest embracing  vigorous competition from all the  neighboring towns. Every avaiable  space is being rapidly taken up for  stange, wierd and mystical illusions,  freaks of nature etc.  A living sheep with five legs will  gambol brishly to the amusement of  all beholders  No detail has been overlooked, no  expens'e spared to make this undertaking satisfactory and successful.  A beauthiful decorative program  which in itself is a beauty and interest  can be obtained by everybody.  Now is the time to procure season  tickets. Get them with a quickness.  The sale of these tickets closes Aug.  23rd. No more will be sold during the  carnival  There is a prize of $20. for the best  decorated .float decorated  in carnival  RIG  B**�� 1  A big street Carnival will be held during the race Meet at Grand Forks, B.  C, August 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th,  19o4. The most novel attraction ever  held in the Boundary country. Four  days of general entertainment and  merrymaking in which the whole  Boundary country is cordially invited  to participate. -An interesting-feature  will be  The fiomli��[ The Queen  who will be elected by popular vote.  Candidates are entered from Rossland,  Nelson, Greenwood. Phoenix, Republic, Northport and Gaaiul Forks, and a  jjlose and spirited contest is looked for,  On the day of election the carnival directors will present the successful candidate with a purse of S250 for prepor  atory  expenses of coronation.    There  W DRILLING CONTEST  for a valuable prize S200, in   which the  best drilling team   in the  surrounding  country will meet in competition,   Another feature will he  which will be stocked with novelties of  every description. The gala attraction will be a Mardi Gras Gight when  everyone i.s invited to mask from 7 to  11:30 p. m. For further particulars  see posters.  CAKNIVATv    WEEK.  Board of Directors:-Alderm;ui Feeney,  J. Temple. P. Donaldson, G.  Urlin,   J.  Ross, K. Pctrie. M    White,  J.   Leamv  and C.  Buhler.  GRANB FORKS  AUG. 24 to 27, '04  colors, viz: red, yellow and green. A  second prize of SIS and $10 for the 3rd.  Don't forget the Mar de Gras, the  night when frolic and fun will reign  supreme. A carload of confetti is on  hand and nor-.e' but prudes and old  maids will object to its throwing.  Don't miss Fiiday night, the greatest night of the season. Special big  features are Friday night.  ������#>:** �� �� ����������#��*##���� #��#������ninj��i!(i��a)��af��iK��fST��a*��������0*ffl��n>������  SCHOOL BOOKS  Complete stock of Text  Books. Scribblers Exercise Books, Pencils, etc.  ROCK BOTTOM PRICES  COLES & FRITH  Books,   Stationery,   Cigars,  Wall Papers, Etc.  THE.  Watch Store  ALL QUALITIES  ALL PRICES  the latest of its  kind, whatever the  kind.  We   mend   watches too  mend them in  the right  way.  A. LOGAN & CO.,  Greenwood, B. C.  .;..>���-..>���.���..������...>  .-��;*.-..-..-.  iitfl  li  ii  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class-  THl��  SU'AYXK   HOUSE  Silver Street  Green wo.jOl,  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops. Try-  It itltiskepton "draught "or in Bottfe lw alithTlHcling^H^eP  &8  Drink Old Fashioned  $$ MADE BY THE  i LOUIS  FORSCHNER BREWING  CO.  Union  Meat  Market  I beg- to announce to tlie people of Greenwood  and vicinity that I have taken the business of  the Union Meat Co., over, in this citv, and  ask for a share of your patronage. Mv  wag-on will call mornings for your orders and  the greatest care will be taken in filling of  same and prompt delivery. Everything- carried in stock that can be had in anv up-to-  date butchering- establishment. Trusting  you will favor us with an order  Yours etc..  T* P. FLOOD,     Prop.  y~V-J BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  NELSON FAIR  Second Annual Exhibition  of the Nelson Agricultural  and Industrial (Association  NEW BUILDINGS,  Fine Grounds,      'Big Premium List.  Novel Open c/lir (Attractions.  WRITE FOR PK1ZK LIST  /.  E.  (ANNA'BLE,   Sec,   Nelson.  Wise and  Otherwise  Angel Cake at the Vienna Bakery,  Saturday.  Frank Lewis, of Bannerman &  Lewis is in Spokane, purchasing- stock  for his firm's Livery Stable.  The new organ for the Methodist  church arrived in town on Thursday  and will be used on Sunday next for  the first.  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shaw entertained  a number of their - friends at their  home on the hill   Wednesday evening.  T).  McD.  Hunter   has   received   the  appointment of principal of the Kaslo  public chools  and  leaves  to   day  to  take up his new duties.  Rev. Hugh McKee and Mrs. McKee  are enjoying an outing on the Kettle  river near Midway.  Mr. F. \V. McLaine had an outing  down Kettle River for a couple of days  this week, reports the fishingjpoor but  the shooting excellent.  F. P. Hogan of Spokane and Jas.  Atwood of Midway, stockholders in the  Silver King were in town Thursday,  conferring with the bondholders ofthe  property.  Joseph R. Miller was in town this  week. Mr. Miller has recently visited  Edmonton and reports everything terribly quiet in that most recently boomed town of the North West.  Mrs. Whiteside and Miss Whiteside  of New Westminster arrived in town  Tuesday and will be guests for a time  of A. M. Whiteside, barrister, in the  Kirkwood house, Kitnberley avenue.  Miss McQueen, the obliging young  lady in charge of the Canadian Pacific  telegraph office, Greenwood, left today  for a two month's holiday at her old  home in Ontario.  Niel Hardy who went north some  months looking for a new paradise has  given up the job and returned to the  Boundary. He concluded that the  sure thing of this district was too good  to barter off for a   remot   possibility.  Ths Eagles excursion to Curlew  Lake last Sunday was quite liberally  patronized, and was thoroughly enjoyed by all who went, despite the unusually warm weather.  _...���Robert..Den/Jer ^has just_ returned  from a trip into the country lying between Canyon City a,nd Beaverdell. He  visited Douis Bosshart's new gold find  between Beaver and Cedar Creeks  about nine miles from Beaverdell, and  speaks highly of the prospect.  Jas. Anderson, inspector for the  bank of B. N. A. is in town for a time  relieving Mr. Belt, the local manager,  who is off on a vacation. Mr. Anderson has many friends in Greenwood  where for several years, before his promotion, he was the popular manager of  the bank.  Memories of the olden times were  revived Thursday when  Charles  Her-  rington and Joseph P. Feifer passed  through town with their pack train.  The boys were just coming back from  a three months profpecting tour in the  Fire Valley country. They retnrned  via the West Fork and report forest  fires doing considerable damage in the  region lying north,  Martin Burrell, conservative candidate for the Commons, was in town  this week. Mr. Burrell has just returned from a trip through the northern part of the district. He reports his  prospects excellent up there, but so  would each of a dozen candidates if  there were that many in the field. The  people up there have a very different  version of tl.e results of his visit.  For Grand Forks Races and Street  Carnival. The Canadian Pacific Railway will give excursion rate fare and  third return on sale August 24, 25, 26,  27, good teturn till 29th .Thursday 25th,  Special train will leave Midway 8.30  A. m. Greenwood 9 A.   m.   Eholt 9.30  RACE MEETING AT GRAND FORKS  From latest advices received it is  evident that the coming race meeting  at Grand Forks promises lo be a great  success. The number of entries received by the management is already  large. Rossland, Trail, Spokane and  Portland have entered about 30 horses,  among them being Petex Snooks, Buttons, Foxy, King Herald, Jesse James,  Lady, Our Choice and Queen.  A Camborne horse will enter the list  in a match race with Buttons for $200  a side. i  There will be at least 10 entries for  the Grand Forks Derby and 8 for the  Seagram Cup.  ��� �����������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*����������������������  -....................................... ..........*m.....................9....*���  >.��M9lt����tO����llll*M-lttt��lft6'9il��l��*tft'>��Off������'l��tl4Qa��tflO����lllltt��SltttH��Met��,  ��� ��������� ���������>  1 New York Life Insurance Co. ���  ������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ���������o  ������as  BOOMING KAMLOOPS  A supplement - to the Kamloops  Standard has appeared which is a most  creditable production. Fine descriptions and a wealth ��f illustrations  unite   to   make  the great  natural re-  ���,        .   ��� T ���      .  ,   sources and attractions of the region  Phoenix 8.40 A. ni. Returning Special   ... ... ,    . .,  .    , , _ ��     '       .    treated,   more widely   and   fovorably  train will leave Grand Forks 12 o'clock !,  known.  We notice our old friend Percy F.  Godenrath's name on the title page as  editor. Well, we are not a bit jealous.  Percy has said good things about the  Boundary, lots of good things.  Midnight Saturdry August 27th for  Phoenix, Midway and intermediate  points- Excursion tickets good all  regular trains above dates.  Greenwood had a ^.quad of nelpers at  the fire in Victoria last week. J. L.  White was seen on the roof of one  trying to prevent the flames from getting a hold, but burning cinders from  the Albion Iron Works buildings kept  dropping all around and there  was  no  water on the higher ground of  the re- 'j build   to   some   port  sidence portion, so  this  hopeless  task 1 coast of Nova Scotia.  to be abandoned, and J. L.  joined  the !   salvage corp.   Of seven or eight  men ��� JDLE THOUGHTS  who were seen carrying a heavy   piano \ ,N ,DL�� M0MENTS  well  clear  of  the  burning  area,  one <    was big "Bill" Lewis, at one time  foreman at the Jewel mine and well  known on Boundary Creek in 1896���7,  and another was E. Jacobs,G. F. Will  iams was also among those who lent a  helping hand.  TO THE ATLANTIC COAST  In a recent interview in Montreal  Mr. D. D. Mann confirmed the report  that the Canadian Northern would  on the Atlantic  i Don't repine. The ashes of the past  1 may fertilize the future.  I The worn out shoes that have ceased  ! to pinch your corns had better be  | burned and the ashes scattered  on the  Buy your School Books etc. at  Coles  & Frith.    A ruler free with-j purchase.  CHANGED ITS MIND  vegetable garden.  It takes fire, fierce, hot flames, to  discover what is in the rock.  Cultus looking stuff sometimes runs  high, but the fire will tell you all about  : it..  The Kamloops Board of Trade has ,  evidently changed its mind as regards \ There's a gieat big ledge of love for  the desirability of having a sanitarium j fair-play in average human nature.  a.t or near tlieir healthy town. Some i AU nlen hate aggression and most men  two or three years ago the Board called j admire effort for betterment. And so  the   attention    of    the    government, , the world is with the Jap today.  Keep the front yard of your house  looking nice. It wins the esteem of  your neighbors. Keep the back yard  clean for your own comfort and health.  Fire and the scavenger's wagon are  better disenfectants than chloride of  line.  The skylark seeks the upper air and  there sings her sweetest song. The  crow lights upon thh carrion and holds  a feast.    Each bird is true to nature.  t tirough aT delegati6ii7"to"the"advistability of making it passible for the  consumptive to come there, breathe  the pure ozone, and gel well.  Recently having understood that the  government planned taking some  initial steps in testing the health-giving qualities of the Kamloops air, the  Board got very busy with protests  against the scheme, and kept the  wires hot with messages of civic rebellion until relieved by the following-  telegram from the Hen. R. G. Tatlow:  "No such proposal as outlined iu  telegram is before the executive "  And thus the sick are denied Kamloops' bracing air.  When you hear something disparaging of a friend, don't look wise and  smile approval, and when you hear  something meritorious don't look  doubtful.  ANB SURE  cts  Instant Pain Relief  25 cts  pOR Q0LIC  QRAMPS  ^ND  DIARRHOEA  Sets lift  w  Ml  pOR QHILDRENS SUMMER ^ROUBLES  Thomas Dru  Is a Mutual Co., and paid and loaned to policy  holders in 1903  $50,000,000.  In September 1903, I handed to A. 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