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Array i  3f  A\x\ 'j 5 ���.���> -  h- : vol. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1902.  No. ass 33/  <r  ���t r,r> ,-.<,- '";l   . i*  A-NeW ^actorltf Bf itislTCol  tiuinbia. Politics. ,.���,->  J  } II  ' �������   tP ��� -, ��� ft ���� .'' ��� ��� *   M- ^ ��� V ' 1  'e Biextiljor Convention' Recently  in Session at Kamlooos.  **>*&  The fecent convention of  the reform  J forces at   Kamloops was marked by  " ''e ' *husiasm anS harmony.^ Intensein-  "'Tdrest'was manifested in debate and  everything- appears  to have-been conducted with the thought of preferring  pairly to persons.   The idea of the con-  vgd^totaw^^sjjtb'^thbnmffhly^yrg-anize  the| forces'^before. 'the 'neat .provincial  &lMnf|aifa%to $&&�� their influence  felt in the next provincial parliament.  Jt was even suggested that nearly one  fourth of .all'" the' 'sea'tsin thV legrisla-'  Hire coulil J be  captured , by ,the   new  party.   'K-is since reported that Chris.  Foley, the president elect, is to remove  from Rossland to Vancouver and take  up his permanent residence there. This  " taould'seein to imply that he  is  to become a dominating organizing power  ins,the new party.  ,} ^ Th^ following is the preambleiand  some of the more suggestive planks in  - -"thfe'platform^o'f the new party":  ,,'j" That this Provincial. Progressive  -iiJSarty lays it downlas a Jirst -principle  ���V\Uiat they  will nominate, endorse, pv  W.'support only such vine n-as will-place  ���^their signed undated"''"designation  u*'^r '.he hands of the convention ��which  ~ ^nominates or endorses them ; that this  ^- *s>ign tion be sworn to; that this re-  .���,sig��alion ma^c be^ handed in to the  >l'/IJeutenant-Goverfyr-ia-Counciliwhen-  ..-j-ever a majoritjr^f-jheconventioln^shall  a Consider such action advisable.  That we gradually abolish all  taxes  immediately set aside -for educational  purposes,' and the. education of all  children, up to the age of 16 years, to  be free, secular and. compulsory. Text  books,, meals and clothing to be supplied "out  of   the public' funds'When  necessary. - ���    ���     '  Compulsory   arbitration    of    labor  disputes, :  , ..M.unicipalizatiou.j.and ,public control  of the liquor traffic *       j-;1' /  '..That 'all transportation companies  be- compelled to give fr.ee transportation to :members ,;of_ the' Legislative  Assembly and Supreme. Court and  County i Judges.  THE LITERARY-CONCERT.  The concert'' given ,last Wednesday  evening in the Presbyterian church,  as- the closing of a season's series of  entertainments by , the Greenwood  Iwitirary club J was a'highly creditable  affair.*-There was-not an indifferent  -number oa the-program. Places much  larger than Greenwood might well be  proud of the exhibit of local talent,  Much c-f the credit is due. to Mrs H.  -McCutcheon, .the leading'spirit in the  frequ4��t drills ^ necessary to such a  'result/?' I <'  ��','  "i   l_"    ;  "   , ', " PCOGRAMMB.  1. Chorus.  2. Solo "Leonore"    ..!...Mr. Harris.  '  " 3 , Reading ,"Ivasca"'..... Mrs. Dill.  - 4.   Quartette, Pro Phundo Basso  * Miss Fisher, Mrs. McCutcheon  " ~��'     Messrs.' "Maynard  and Hodge.  5.   Solo, "A Dream" . .Miss Fisher.  <i.   Piano solo         Mrs. Farrow,  1.   Chorus "Spring's delights   are  now returning."  6., Duett ','Oh   that  we   two were  ���Maying."   Miss ��� Fisher   and  Mr. Hodge.  ,   9.   Double quartette ',4Oh hush.thee  ' my Babie."  ' 10. V,Reading' i/'Cardinal    Wolsey's  '       *   speech" '..".. ' Mrs. Dill.  11.   Solo "Asthore"   .. Miss Flesher.  - 12:- ChorirsVO Italia, Italia Beloved''  * 'God-Save-the King. '",    rv  New goods direct from^Great Britain  'just arrived KtMitchells*the Tailor.  THE'FRAZEE CASE.  j .on the, producer ,and-the .products of  ���wthe producer, shifting them on land  '���jvaln^s. '.-.';' ',', ���'     i, ���   .  ri_^  _     -..ink       _    ���i-'M_ ��' '* _^_      _i   i        '     _  \;a Government ownership of railways  c- ;and means of communication.  a '" That the'Govefilment ���estafelish' .^d1  ^-operate smelters and refineries to .treat,  ���* ''all kinds of minerals.  '" " That the franchise be extended to  'Vwomen.,.. -> ,j .��.��� s *��,,.��� .f*, ������ .  The "kbolition" of 'property ''q'iiali'fica-  .ti.onpJor���alLpublic.ofScesr�� -...- -^ **  Farm improvements, implements  and stock, not ,to be taxed, and wild  lands,to,betassessed at-the1 price asked.*  for themiby ^speculative holders. >- \ '-  '' "Nolah'd'bf cash subsidies.^ Lands to  be held by the actual settlers.  Ten percent of allpublic lands to be  The'Fraiee cas^ which' has been  before tbe court for several days past  reached finab decision at 3 o'clock this  afternoon. This was a case where A.  D. Hallett, city constable laid information ^against Frazee for keeping  open his business house after, hours  prescribed-by thfe-UEarly Closing By-  Law." The city solicitor appeared for  tlje prosecution and J. Pj, McLeod of  the firm of McLeod and Brown for the  defence. The defence set up the claim  that the By-Law was invalid for  several reasons. After taking the  matter nnder consideration the judge  decreed the By-Law valid and imposed  a penalty of five dollars~6n*tKe defendant. The judge's decision involved  much careful research, and quoted  legal opinions at length.  Don't overlook the vaudeville for  April 26th, at the Auditorium. High-  class in every respect.  .* ;���.  i.-'  i  T  T  X,  ���&'  T  '*>?  T  -T  *  t  <Y  T  5*  'Y  i  '-sf  4  4  ���I  '4  v  9  ���9  9'  t.  Y  t  4  v  t  t  Y  Y  J  y  y  Y  %  yti.  l.;^ Mt| Hill desires lo build a railway into Kettle  River  i-      ;. ivalley and Boundary Creek.  2. Mr. Manly wants to sell a farm on the right-of-way.  3. Mt. Manly appeals to the' courts to help him make sale  4. Mt. Hill buys farm, paying $50,000 to secure 24 acres  ;,/- V '-- 'right-of-way.   "     :,,.       ���    '���;.���.. ".-.."'  ^r'Tlie  uHot-A!ir" people 'don't want Mr.  Hill in the'  Valley. >  More law,.more injunctions, more delays.  Mr. Hill applies at Ottawa for Charter.  Mr. Stratton and the incubator folk oppose the charter  The Railway Committee favorable to the bill.  -The entire country favorable to Mr. Hill.    ���  The pull of the few defer the demands of the many..  The electors get "hot" too.  6.  7..  8.  9.  10  11:  12.  ,13..  44r'  15.  16.  0<>00''>CX>0000<>0-<>bO-00-CHKXKXH>0-  The Great Northern builds into the country and makes  Greenwood its headquarters,  Next week we shall be  able to make some state/  ment about the Providence  mine, adjoining the town/  site* that would make a  fcoom in any country ^b'ut  % "Boundafy' Creek- ,Men  rush to. Thunder Moun/  tain on much less glowing  reports than can be made  about this great property'  A ' deal is in progress of  completion today which  will come in the nature of  a surprise to even the best  informed.  Two shifts are now at  work on the property and  another car of $300 ore  awaits shipment)  Watch the Providence.  00000<XH>000000-O0-00000000<K>  Another Property   Looking  /Very Well.  What One Company 1s Doimrup in  Central Camp.  PERSONALS  A. H. Sperry has returned  from Ms  trip to Spokane  Mr. - Campbell of the Hall 'Mines  smelter, Kelson, was in town the early  part of, the week.  T.,Q. Butler ha3 removed part of his  heavy Btock of saddlery to Grand TorhB  and will open a branch there.  Mr. and Mrs. McKay of Anaconda  have left on a prolonged outing trip.  They headed for the Okanagan. valley.  , Harry Shallenberger now in, camp  leaves in a few days for * Arizona to  look after some mining- interests there.  Messrs. Smailes and Mcintosh left  on Saturday for Victoria. They were  sent as a Greenwood delegation in the  interests of the V., V. & B.  The No. 7 mine owned by the No, 7  Mining- Company, Limited, of New  York, a corporation largely indentical  with that controlling the Mother Lode  property has been steadily working  for several months. A large amount  of work has been done and the latest  development shows the property in  most encouraging light,  A crosscut at the 300 foot level cut  the lead which is strong and of high  value in gold, silver and lead. About  2000 feet of work have been done on  the property of which about one-third  consists of sinking and raising and the  balance of cross-cutting and drifting.  At the 60 foot level about 440 feet of  drifts and stopes have been run and at  the 120 foot level as much or more. A  crosscut of 40 feet at the 200 level cut  the lead and one of 70 feet cut it again  at the 300 level. ��  Mr. Holman is in charge of the property and his work in proving the company possessed of a very valuable  property mnst be gratifying to the  owners.   ���  The mine equipment consists in part  of a Class A IngersqU-Sergeant  straight line air compressor, rated at  five drills, six one-man machine drills,  air receiver, 100-horse1 power boiler^ 25-  horse power hoisting engine and a  Cameron sinking pump.  The company has shipped by wagon  nearly 1000 tons of rich ore to the rail  way siding between Greenwood and  Midway. Most of the ore was railed  to the Greenwood smelter j part however going to Nelson ^where the character of the ore makes it vety desirable  for mixing with other ores. ;'.  Mr. A.' Munroe of Montreal, largely  interested in the Sunset is in. town.  His confidence in the Sunset is sure to  bring rich reward to himself and associates.  O. H. Hahn, mining engineer of  New York has1 been recently touring  the Boundary and taking a look at its  mines and smelters. His verdict is  gratifying to all concerned.  Mr. Whitbeck and family recently  left Greenwood to the regret of a large  circle of friends. Mr. Whitbeck goes  to Boise to accept a position and bis  family will remain temporarily in  Spokane.  LOCAL AND VICINITY.  " Wor^" comes- from -Victoria that an  appropriation sufficient to complete the  West Fork road has been provided by  the government. The pioneers of the  West Fork'have waited long, if not  patiently for passable means of communication with the outside world.  A fine new school house in Greenwood is one of the long-needed improvements now appearing likely' to be  realized the coming summer. It ought  to be first-class, and a first-clasB school  must be maintained therein when  completed.  Since the completion of the railway  bridge at Nelson the C. P. R. h'a's been  running through trains between Nelson and the Boundary.  Odd Fellows Social.  The Odd Fellows are getting ready  for a great social event in Tneir Hall  next   Tuesday evening.  The Kirchner Company are preparing an evening of high-class amusement for you at the Auditorium, -tomorrow (Saturday) evening^  *    *  lili*  And Dominion���Another Report Gains Circulation.  iniDYinAYi  New Amalgamation Story About the  Dominion. v  Two of the big properties in. Phoenix  camp are the Snowshoe and the Dominion Copper company's mines the  Brooklyn, Stemwinder, Idaho and  Rawhide.  The Snowshoe people have plenty of  money and a great property and for  some time have been experimenting" in  London with different smelting processes. .They have brought their mine  up to the shipping point and can easily  produce 500 tons of ore daily. ' In fact  they have reached the place where  they may realize on' their expenditure  1c date but to do so must have a amelt-  in.g plant of their own.  The Dominion Copper people are in  the'aame position. The prospect they  at one time had ha�� dissolved by the  elimination of James Breen their  smelting man from the combination.  McKenzie and Mann are large holders  an this property and they are railway,  not mining men, in fact they are so  little concerned about the working of  -their mining interests that) their large  holdings in the Boundary have been a  detriment'locally. T, .  . Many stories have been circulating  for the past twelve months about their  plans and the latest one may or may  not be any nearer the truth than .any  of the former, ones. For some time  negotiations have been pending between |[the; B. C. Copper Co.'y and the  Dominion Copper company for a union  of interests at the Greenwood smelting  works of the former.. Nothing seems  -to haye yet crystallized.  Xt would hardly seem likely however  that the Snowshoe and Dominion  would unite in originating a smelting  plant-that -will take-many months to -  mature unless negotiations had failed.  for uniting the Dominion and B. C.  Copper company in a plant already in  nao-st successful operation.  Something, will happen we believe  and that soon, and we trust that some*  -thing will be the bringing of Brooklyn  and Stemwinder ores down to Boundary creek rather than to the farther  away Kettle river. Either plan however is preferable to the present state  of inactivity and every one in the  Boundary will hail the advent of an  active stage in the company's plans.  -50 Pants patterns to choose from at  Mitchells.  | Record to April 16th5 inclusive, of the:  I   fi, C. Copper Company's Smelter, at  Greenwood,  Began operation February 18th. 1901.  In operation since 409 1-2 days. <:  Ore smelted in 1901 : :  117 565 tons.'  Ore smelted since to April 16th .;...; ..'.  43 789 tons."  Total....... 161 534 tons.  Nominal capacity of furnace- '. 240 tons daily.  Average for first month.. -. -.--. 237 tons daily.  Average in October last ha.d reached 400 tons 4aily.  Average to date since beginning ._ ...394 tons daily  Average since January 1st last 435 tons daily.  A second furnace of equal capacity now ready for operation.  Of the above total the Mother Lode Mine alone has supplied137,965 tons. THE -BOUNDARY ��� CREEK TIMES.  %  o ����..;  ^erside' wtirseries ,.*  (:."'.'arati*.FMfes ] ��     .��     Ittartiit Burrell,' Prop.   !  ; MajlQii Elnis. Liiulw, Moimtaiii.'lili, C��l;il|)M. Ciil-ln(:ititcli,  A due select Ion oi IliwcrUiK shrubs, iticliHlliif.' l-'r-iiicli and Persian Lilacs,   llvrtrjinireas, Snow-  Si��ec!  balls, Splrcvis, Kusi-s. etc.  V.lv si'lecwilstra-lw t��! tavii Crass S��v��l.   Vruil Trcns. Burry Euslies, StrauWrry I'latils,  and Asparajrus Koots. '���������������  -SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. ������  V. <fc N. PHONE 13.  Certificate of litiuTOvements.  KOTICE.  HET,EN".'"iUdY OF THE LAKE", "G&AS'  ROW TRACTIONVTacliXEGOR''.."FANNY II FKACTJCWnticl '-C-UPOI) FRA .  TlO-fC" M'mera.1 CliUwis, fltuatcd in the  Kcitli; KWci Miiihljf J>l\ip|cm of Yale District., Where located :' til.Central catiip.  '"pAKE KOTICE tliat J, Isaac H; Hallett, as  1 ayvitt fi>r ihe N<>. 7 Mining-Company.  Milieu's   Certiiicate   No.   B4lXi<|U,   Imtsml  <KXK>CH>0-<><><>O<>0<>00<>0O0OO<>CC^  <>-O<X>O<>O-<>O<>0<M><>O��'OO<>O<>O'CX^  CUe  A HOT ROAST.  Boiuiiliirj Creek Times  Tssued ���very "Friday  I   l   M. l\   ItOSS  iJA^.^<.I^<. Kimioh.  >5lTR,5C,Rll>'rinSS IX ADVANCE.  " S 2 00  1 2>  .      . 2 ?0  rr=��� ' made  fin Vbak  ���ii"; Mo> i ir'-  J'o Kokkk.x CoUM-kU's  1.  lltllJAi:! AHBI12S, !')��'-  WHO ARE YOU. ANYWAY?  The editor received a letter, recently  from Phoenix sig-aed   by J.   P. Free-  mantle ithat ;was the warmest thing of  the season;   It roasted -the Times, the  acting-  editor,   the   celebration    committee, the celebration   event,  Greenwood  and  her citizens g-enerally, and  the  C.  P.   R   as  a finish.    We have  several    inquiries   of   Phoenix  | people but have not been able to locate  I the author.   We   beg-, to acknowledge  Ithe roast however in  this  public way  ! and to refer  any  one looking for the  Good  people of \th��  Boundary  who j ^ thLng to ^ ^q^     Jf ^ ^^  Free  sixty  .Mini ii  sixty days frcmi   date Iiereof, to  applv- to the  ''       0{ j  .   ,        r oi>utitt  <; rants of tlio aUovc clainis.  .KccqreU-r f<M'   OritliciiteR-  incuts, 'for tlie. purpi>���� of vl>Utininir    Crown  &  And furtlier tal<t- notice tliat fictions, imdcr  soction. 37, must be commenced before the issuance <if sucli Certi licit ttiRcif Itiiprpvc'iueiits.  Dated this 14th d;n i>( ApTll. Ai D.IWi   ���  3i-ii-t. I. H'.'ilALX.'ETX'.  .NOTICE.   '  Nutici' is hereby pirtii that at the -next  muuiiii;? of llic I.liatiiM .C-miiiiisaliiilers uf the  City of 'Grc.;in\-(>i)d j 1 intend to apply for-a  transfer of tliu [liquor Ejicoise keld by itie for  tlie. (iam1>rinus lwtiil, situate on lotlG, block lr,  Sliver street, to tlielrstd ysmlth Hotel, situate on  Gold street. LOUIS TORSCHKER,  Dated this 4-tli il tj- of flpn 1.1902.  NOTICE.  Notice !���> lieteli} jfirrii that tlie partnersliip  heietofoie subsisting lieuveeii R. W. Jakes and  Sidiiej S. Oi>]>ciiliciiiier, .f, Pli>stcians and  Suiireons, was tills day dissoLrcd b,i inntuitl  consent,  The practice und IiiisliiciS of tlie firm of Juices  & Oppenheimer v\ill lie continued by Dr, Oppen.  heimcr to whom .ill dclrts ��\\iii|*"to tlie siud  firm must tie paid forLlniitli-  Witne^v : K. \V   TAKES.  J. P. McLEOD.     S   S. QPPKSHEIMEK.  Established 183<>.     Incorporated by Roytl C6art��-  '..  ..... _,.:  HEAD OFFICE  CAPITAL,   ^i,0u0,000���$4,866,666.6^  ResencFnnl^36510O0"$i,r761333.33  sheds his caloric in Phoenix as, he  might, the climate up there ought to  ���tow milder.  NEW SUBSCRIBERS.  arc you anywaj f What have yon got  to s.iy about V-, V ��t TC. or anything-  else? Nothhijr-that counts to all appearances. This sea of 'mountains is  a sacred preserve. Trails are g-ood  enough for you. "Wagon roads 3'ou  "may have fcradually, but railways  never. The Axeman peopletnust not  invade this .sacred spot and American | days for which vre are tr��y thankful,  capital must not coine here to steal | Yhe i^meg is :10t the newspaper it  your glorious birtlirijfht. Of' course J ol,ght to be and we trust wilL be soon.  American railways, ate all right for the j The temporary management has been  eftete east, New Brunswick may aoing the best it could with the means  charter the  Vanierbilts  lo.r  au over-   at its disposal, at least  aiming-to keep  We are g-etting- quite  a  number of  new subscribers to the   Times 'these  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  'S SCENIC  . ROUTE  Disect Lines,   Lowest Pates  Lender Enalatii.     H, STIKE1VIAM. C��fl��ral m��*j��r, Mpn?re��l,  ...   J. ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal.   '    ���  :. j' ?  Branclics and apcuts in all the principal cities of Canada and the United States,  and correniiondt-nts in all parts of the world.       ; , ";  GREENWOOD BRA^CI^:   Cotter Stsfcet.      V  <>0^>OK>0<>0<>0<>-aOOCKXH><><XK)0<><>0��-0<>0<><>0<><>^^  HAS,T  WEST  Winnipeg  Vancouver  'foi onto  Victoria  Ottawa'  Seattle '  Montreal  Portland  Xew York . -  San Francisco  land road, the New York Central ma>  extend its influence into Quebec aud  Ontario, Manitoba may open its portals to the strati g-er. but you dear people  of these blessed Kool<Miian hills, must  bs shepherded and watched and kept  from harm. Sit at. the doorway of  your tent prospec! or a ad thank heaven  for snow-clad hills and blue skies and  be content.  Rest on the barrow at  the mouth of j  '. Ll.il: :   your ttin-ncl'inin<T  and as you smoke j    Dancing, singing-, boxing-, by  speci-  dream that some'-day long after you ai e i, alists at the Auditorium, April 26.  dead these conditions  will have passed j  and prosperous towns, will nestle ia.tlie  the paper from retrograding during-  the absence of its owner. 'The paper  ought to have news gatherers at a  dozen different places in the district it  serves and it would have should we  continue in charge. To make this departure in policy with iLs incidental  expense is hardly within our power  but we trust to see the policv adopted  on return of the editor in a few weeks.  \ia Soo I>ih\ St  PdUl. Chicago  at.il a    U  S   points.  T0URL>r SLEEPING SERVICE  ****&����: THE :-%?%**=-  Copoer Street.  I*  REWARD.  valleys and paying mines be paying  toll to jthe railways-which have made  them possible, but for the present just  keep on paying taxes and voting.  ��� Who are you anyway that yon have  any right to think a bout a railway. You  must not think, you must not talk, you  must work away and let the brains of  the coast do your tlvi aking.  .OLLQUJSS.  ���...'Small towns cannot afford cliques in  social    functions    of   a    semi-public  ���   ; V       ... *:.  ' "character, and we trust they will never  be introduced into Green wood. ,  In the.home  eaLcli, lady is supreme,  dictating her guests-and associates., In  Wanted to know the whereabouts of  David Hendeihon of Greenwood, B. C.  Last heard of DecembeT, 1901. Reward  jfiveii hy communicating with T. H.  Hkndbkson, Fairview, B, C.  FOR RENT-  3 or 6 rooms partly furnished for  housekeeping, Silver street, Fisher's  idrlition, formerly occupied by Frank  Miller. Enquire on premises of Miss  Brooks.  provemeiits,   for    tlie'"purpos*   <>f    obtaining  Crown Grants of tliu alxive claims.  And further tal<e notice tliat action, under  section 37, must lie commenced bc-Corc the issuance of sucli Certificates uf .Improvements  Dated this ldtli da..ru(".April, A. D.,1W.2  John X. (ireden, Nicholas Tholl, Donald  ��.'��c  I.aren, Win. (1. mcm.viiii, .    ,.  00<K>00-CKK>0<><>00-C>000<>0 OC OOOO  THIS SF.A.CE UE LONGS TO  MINERAL ACT-  Certificatcof ImproYetnents.  -     '  - '   NOTICE. ���  ALICE, NELLIE and;.Ma.y, Mineral Claims,  situated in the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale; District,   '  Where located : Neaj to Dry Creek and  Spencer's ranch, about three miles from the  town of��� Anaconda.    -  TAKE NOTICE that .ve, John N..Greden,  Nicltolas Tlioll, Donald d. Molaien and  William G.McMvim, Free iilnerB Certificates  ���oublio events hroitder orivilecres  tnav ��� Nos- BW62&, B40Ml,L��523,C4pMi respectively,  l>" enjoyed without compromise or loss   ">lllu Mininir Ji��corder,f<>r Ocitiilcates of im-  of dig:nity.     A concert  or ball under  the anspices of. a., Cttiaen's Bapd   or  Fire Department,   for esatnple, ou^ht  to be free of the disgustin'gcliqne rule.  True such functions sliould be .under  the guidance of it.coixunittee of worthy  "ladies  and   gentlemen    and   possibly  entry thereto should   be .supervised by  ���'.  si'ich a coininittee, Imt too tuucli   self  constituted class-  distinction   is   both  :���  disgUBtiug and Ittirtftil. '���'  There is little room for setf-con.-vider-  ' ed aristocracy h) Jtew towns of the  .-,*��� west and we liopeto* see the noxious  ��� weed make slow growth iu this region.  ���:��� If character constitute class all right  ������������ but-other standards are cheap things.  Of   course the   regulation    of    these  - tliiugs lies chieJly with  the ladies.    It  rests with them to help or to discourage the younjf man   of   intellect and  ��� 'character.     Many   a young  man possessed of no dress  suit, but endowed  ���-. with firfe mentalqua.Lities and  clothed  '''about the hearf with the garments  of  i.  ���virtue-hungers"-for the   home that is  ������-��� open to the more yoHshed- rake.-  The refined patrons of' vice should  ���'.not  command   tke premium   they do  -/over' the unrefined   patrons of virtue,  ���.and when the  ladies so admit attd act  KAST :   Le.ives   Kciotetinj    Landing Tuesday And l'ridav..  Le.nei Dun-^niore Junction  -DAILY-  WEST :    Ti��a-\es ltiMcTslolfc dully.  Homesceuei s E^c^^lllon Ticietson sule.  Mcstbi>ttinl Marcli LM tc April JO.  , Steamship Service,  From Vancouver  Alaska, Dav-aii, China, Japan and   Aust-  rali t '   -i  Tlirougli boolclin's t��i Europe via all .Atlantic  lines.  E. REDPATH. A^ent.   Greenwood. B. C.  if.  ��  ��  ��  a  *  a  ��  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  0  MEALS AT AI.I, HOURS  IICIVATK  ROOMS FOR   LADIES.  *  Charles R. Pittock,  ��  XJtY OO* COP^aB  drop's.  DO YOU  ??  >p  OSEOF'MDHIOEa  CIGARS.  THE BEST LINES tN  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES  a  *        '   is *         =  us  y.        Newspapers.     Periodicals  �� ' Stit wii c ry.  I A Full Line Ciioice Candy  9,%  O* v5* t?�� tj5" *t* i��* (5* <&* tr* O* v5* fc5* l/* ��^* (^* w* ^*   w3* v* O* V* v3* v* w* w* v* W*�� J* J* tji J* JI J* ^N  <^* v5* i5* w* ��5* *5* i5* w* um JF %Sf iffi xjfr ^ Jfi J16 tjm   Jfi J* mjn ijm ffi ��v 9jm *JX Jb (9v ^6 JM ^jtl ��fi &m a)V 9*)H        Mb  v*  Have been too busy 1o tell you about   *%  theii- New Stock  . X-   -X - -X  The Russell-Law  Caulfield Co., Ltd  ���  X  S4,  They 'will next week,    Meantime call  in and look the place over; ' X'"X,  fela  lift  fcfc  .fcfc---  t*  fcr��  a  a  a  ��  is  e   Copper Street.  a '     -     a  H. B-  Greenwood.  ^ho will open in the CLARENDON BLOCK next week with a  full line of Fresh Fruits and  Can dies. " ���  .muchhas beeng-aiaed.  CARPETS*  UMEM.S'.  crockery:  glassware  CUTLER}  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  ,,     .-������'���*/  The" largest' hotels , and finest  residences, in B.C. vrere furnished by vs ttarong-hout,  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  -. [ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO^OOOO I  Try an ad. in the Times^  ..It Will Get Business^  J "WELL THAT'S FIE"  '& ���' '  '-"'.* '"' ��� ������ : ��������� "-  ' ...... i'._.,*v;.... .'a ���  ���X * ^s what they all say aboitfv^j-  '^ .- ' ,*.-.*. ������-,������'������' '.' .*-'   ���'��� ������  I THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOfe  ? ��� '    ���    Impossible  to cut the  faces  shares  ^s easily, quickly and cleaaly, ���  Illustrated booklet free.      Mail Orders promptly filled.  .,   McFeely  Wholesale Hardware JHerchaats,  122 Cordova Street, VANCOUYEft, B. C.  t t%A t?d 4?" >iy  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES.  WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING.  Hon C. H. Mackintosh has interested  Scotch capital for the operation ofthe  Giant mine at Rossland.  The Canadian Pacific in anticipation  of a tremenduous increase in traffic to  anil from the'North-West during the  Coming' summer, has ji��t plac< d orders  to the value of $5,000,000 for additional  locomotives and cars. Delivery must be  made before the end of August.  Mr. FitiPatrick recently introduced  a bill in the Railway Committee at  Ottdwa providing for the -way in which'  tbe 932,000,000. -. increase in Capital  stock of the Canadian Pacific shall be  used.  The bill provides that no part of this  stock shall be issued at lens than par.  It also provides what tray money is to  be used. It further provides.that the  increase of stock, shall not in any way  affect the rates. One of the provisions  of the bill will be that the C. P, R.  must spend $9,000,000 in rolling sto;k.  Mr..Price Ellison wielded his whip  to some purpose upon the shoulders of  the ministers when they were preparing the estimates. East Yale secured  an appropriation of $27,250. Rossland  riding,;one of tlie -largest in the province, has been granted 814,500, and  Alberni, another one of the largest,  $5,000.           "'  The Kirchners, the well-known  musical experts will appear at the  Auditorium Saturday 26th inst.  The finding of values' in. the lower  workings of the War Eagle will be  welcome news, nof only'here but all  over Canada.- The stock of the company has .just,, doubled in price as a  result'of the" latest news, and if the  rumor is officially confirmed in detail  the shares should stiffen and raise  much higher than they are at present.  ���World, Rossland.  The Katzenjammer Kids hold the  boards at the Auditorium to-morrow  evening.  ,-  PROVINCIAL SECRETAEv-'S OFFICE,  HIk Honour the Lleutenant-Govenor lias been  pleased to make the following appointment:  Hth April, 19QZ,  Ainsley Mbgkaav. of Camp McKiiiney,  Esquire, J. P. to be a Deputy Mining Recorder  Tor that portion of the Kettle River Mining  DirUion situated on the Upper West Fork oi  Kettle River, with Sab-Recording office at  BeaTerdell.  MAIL OONTRAOT  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the  Postmaster General, Till be received atOttawa  until noon,' on Friday the 30th May, forthe  conveyance of Her Majesty's Malls ou a proposed contract for four years, twelve times per  week; each way, between tho Greenwood Post  Office and Columbia and Western Railway  station, from the 1st July next.  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed contract may  be seen and blank forms of Tender may be  obtained'at the Post Office of Greenwood and  at this office.  Post Office Inspector's Office | W. H. DORMAN  Vancouver, B. C. J-       Post GIBce  18th April, 1902. ) Inspector.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In tbe Matter of the "Land Registry  Act" and  lo tbt Matter of the Certlflccte of Title to  Lots 22, 23 and 24 ia Block 26 Midway  Map 3.  Whereas the Certificate 'of Title of Mackey  ing-rim to the above mentioned hereditament,  bearing date the 20th day of September, 1900,   iind numbered 3899a has been, ipat, or deitroyed,  and application has  been male tome for a  :���', duplicate thereof;   pf"1'00 '��� Hereby, Given   that, a 'duplicate  . ..Certificate of Title will be Issued at the e.xpir-  . , iuioo of one month from the date hereof unless  ' : In the meantime valid objection to the contrary  Is made to me in writing*.'-.: -" '  ���;,���'    Dated this 25th day of April, 1102.  W.E. EDMONDS,  ���;������:���'.���' ���     .-.-���'������ District Registrar.  . ��� Land Re^lttry Office,  i ������ . ��� ���    Kamloops, B. C.  ��*����������e**����*��*emo��i:-: *���*���**  S *-  ft Headquarters -for <s  a ��  O 6  ��  ���a  a  o  ��  o  ft  *  o  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  a  a  ft  a,  ��.'  a  '*,  Fishing  Tackle  A complete stock of everything in that liae,reaaonable  prices.  %3. CcColes,  Office ��  f  ^Boolcs,   Stationery,  :r ' Supplies, etc.  Kodaks and Matcp.ls,"etc.^tc.  Ph��ne No. 33.        Z   <.  j -  l ;/���  1 *-'  ��� -  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Impiovements  NOTICE.  CLYDESDALE    and     MOUNTAIN    LION  Mineral ciaims sHua.te l��i the Kettle Rlrer  Mining Division of Vale- District.  Where located :   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE ibat 1, Jclm Robert Broirn,  Free Miner's Certificate Wo. J3406&1, as auenl  for David A. Good, Free Winer's  Certificate  No.  B40451,   intend    sisU   days    from,    die  date hereof, to apply to tbe mining recorder  for a certificates of impr<M��iucttls,for tlie purpose o obtaining   crown grant!, of the ulnne  claini .  And furtlier take notice lliat action, "under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of Rucli certificate <>���[ Improvcmentsa  Sated tli is 2nd daj of April, 1902.  J. R. BROWN.  \ Clarendon  Hotel -**���  J.ft&<Dk'JitJltjt��.&J*����tjZJ&Jlk'4*&  ���Si  %  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  and up. %  fc  Fine Assortment ��  ,   I/iquors and Cigars. *.  *S fc  tc#*��?_��? *��� �����? *��� a? sp j�� gr gr ar %t je sf a?  Corner Copper   and Greenwood  Streets,  Steam Heated  Throughout.  Rooms 50 Cents  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  In the Matte* of ttie��stateef Charles Wesley  Vedder. late of the City of Greenwood In  Hie Province of British Cellulitis. Insurance  Agent, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in pursuance of the R li lea of the Revised Statu tes  of British Columbia, 1893, Cap. 187, that ill  creditors ^nd others having��laiiiis aguinsttbe  estate of the said Charles We3lcy>iYdj)<ter, ivIjo  died on tlie 2"th day of Deccinbor^ Jb.sV., 1WM,  are required on or before tli<> \1tW iiy ni ApiE|,  A. D. 1902, to send bv- post prepaid, ior deliver to  the undersigned,solicitors for MrS^Cora Ma-j-  Vedder, Administratrix of tlie pcr^ortal estate  and effects, of the said deceased, tlieir cbriMi&n  names, surnames., addresses-and" descriptions,  with full particular of tlieirclaKns,a statement of their accounts and. J��e haturecf tbe  securities (if any) held by tliem, duly verified,*  And further take notice that after the said  Hth day of April A. ��., L902, tlie said adinlitl-  ntratriic will proceed to dlatrlfcute the assets of  the dcceasi��d aniong tli* -patties er\tlt)��d thereto  hiring regard only; lo.tlie-claimsjf which".sbe  shall then have ual/noUee, ana tJiatthesait  Administratrix will liot'.ta, j-jajbli fori'the said  assets or any partjthSrMa'��'>ny ,vj>��sba oV  persons of whose clalrtifi i\4^Jc-.^hnii- not have-  been received by Her.'Jrt Jflip'tliriteflf each distribution, '-���    ,"'-ayj? v -j ? '���'.'       '  Dated at Greenwood, ���B.jC.f tht^nthdeT of  rebruary, A. D��� 1802. J" - ��� _!��� ���   'i/.-    '  Solicitors for Coi^ Maj* yedder,  .���'���jAdiaid'istratrlR.  ��� :..'��� v   ���- .���- fuq(,y   ������  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  Ji'OTICE.,  TIGER  Mineral Claim, situate In the Kettle  River Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located :   In  Bea-vcr  Camp,   West  Fork of Kettli- River.  TAKE  NOTICE   that 3, John  P, McLeod.  Free   Miner's    Certificate    No.     H��V8T,    as  apeitt   for; William   M,   Law,   Tree   Mimr's  Certificate      No.       K413S-J.      Intend      sixty  day& from   the dute hereof  to  apply to the  Mining Recorder for a. Cortilicnto of Improvt-  montsfor the purpose ol obtaining n Crown  Qru-nt of the above ciaim  ^nd further take notice Unit notion, umler  Section 37,  must be commenced  before  the  Issuance of such iterti' iiite of Improvement.  Dated this 20th day of F.rtmiary, A. D., I9U2.  Max. 27-May 27.    .....     J. P. MclEOD,  KOTICE TO CREDITORS.^-  ��� ���- ___; ������'s-V.'rfi-pg.f ����� ,-  In The Matter of the Estate; ai'tim^i^tym,  late of Anarchist Mouncsln, In tlie "'Province ot British Columbia, t*r*er,dlece��^ed.  HOTICE IS.'H'EbEBT; GIVEN? Irf:T>iifs|in  ance of the Revised:' SUtnteB of BritiBlt  Columbia, 1897, Cap. LS7, Hbac all creditor* *ad  others having.claims agaJiM the estate of the  said Iiucian Tedrow who d8ei> on the 22nd d��jr  of November, A.D,, 19ol,asfere(jul red on or liefore tlie 17th day of April, A. O., 1902, to seal  by post, prepaid, or deliver to tUe,imderslgii����l,  solicitors fop 'William LSBlesv Administrator  of the. purM'jfaf, estate. an4 ��0ects-pt the *aid  deceased,. SJieirt CkristiwS",atanaSs,;,^urnaiiies,  addresses a'aadeucriptioria-vith ioll particulars  of theircIaT^n^aiSta^tenteint-iof Heir ��ccpOTits  and thenathf6;di tlie*ecn*i:t3��>; <lf anyj l-edd b>-  tlenj, dnlyiverified..  t ) ?(\ ���  And further take tootle* yefcat after the sa3d  17th day of April, A, CtfWK itiel' said Administrator will proceed'tif iJls-iKlbutci tbe sissets of  the deceased amon^ tlie-pacties entitled thereto,  having- regard only, tot&olclairasof -whlol be  altall then have had -aoelqe, "and that the saiJ  'Administrator ���will no> jfce iIia6ieVfor?he;sa3a  assets, or any part theteoK to/atly- person or,  persons, of whose claims-Notice shall not.ha-ve  been received by him jlttBetlaieej^such drvtri:  bntion. , - ._);     )/.":' .* .-,:���'  Dated at Greentrood, B.bCHJ; thlfe .'17th.��tay ol  Febrnary,A.D. 1902.       '-.j*   "   ;-      i  pringle & Whiteside,' '���';  Solicitors for Willlaw I,a-(vl��sBr  Administrator,  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  HOMESTAKE Mineral claim situated in the  Kettle  River Mining   Division   of   Yale  District.  Where located : In Dayton .camp, ad joining the War Eagle claim, I/. 1879.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M, Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B8120, for self and  as, agent for Ainsley Megraiv, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B30349 and S. G. Detchon  Tree Miner's Certificate No. B3782S, Intend  sisty days from the date Hereof, to apply  tothe Mining Recorder for Certificates of Im-  provements, for the pnrpose of obtaining- Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice tltat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March 1902.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  MYRTLE Mineral Claim, si Iwate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located.:   Iii Dayton camp, adjoih-  inff the Hotnestake miueral claim;  TAKE NOTICE that I, Srduev M. Johnson,'  Pres Miner's Certificate No. B. 8120 for self and  as agent for Ainsley Megraw, Free Miner's  Certificate , No. B30349, and Hugh MegrawFree  Miner's Certificate No B30341, intend Blxty days  from'the date hereof,   to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements, for,  the purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant of .the  aboveclaim.   ,        '   :  And further take notice that action/under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate oflmprovements.'  Dated this 22nd day of Martli, 1902. .  '  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  DON'T KNOW Mineral Claim .situated. In the  Kettle  River Mining    Division   of   Yale  District.  "Where Located : .   Smith's    camp,    near  Boundary Falls. c  TAKE NOTICE that wc, Geo, R. N2del),  Free Miner's Certificate No. +I655B, and  Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's Certiiicate No. 8U0B intend sixty  days from the date hereof to applv to the  mining recorder for a certiiicate of improvement for the purpose of obtaining- a crown  grant for above claim,  And furtlier take notice that action under  cectlon 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements  Dated this 15th day of February, A. D.,  1902.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  ���.Certificate of ImuTovemeiit.  , , NOTICE.  WHITE HORSE'mineral claim in Lke Kettle  River Mining Division oi Yale.  Where situate:   In Copper Camp;  TAKE NOTICE tbat 1,B, L.-Wood, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B. 41602, on fcehalf  of myself and as agent for James Graham, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 40609and  Aitnle Hud-  ,��, Free Miner's Certificate No. 1*42634 and  Margaret E. Mercer, Free Miner's Certificate  No, BM805, intend sixty days from the date  liereofj to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificateof Impr6vem.cn.ts for the purpose  of obtaining a. Crown Giant of the above  claim. .���!..-���  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 16th day of December, 1900.  *  First issue Januarv 10, B. L. WOOD.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ,; NOTICE,  "No, 2" and "No. 3" Mineral Claims situate in  ihe Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  ^ Districts  Where located :   In  Crow Point Camp on  James Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that 3. Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for John Douglass, Free Miner's  Certiacate No. 402S3, James Atwood, Free  Miner's Certificate No, B402o5. Arthur N. Pelly,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B1827S and Gerald  T, Hodgson, Free Miner's Certificate No. B40490  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  tothe Mining Recorder forj Certificates oflm-  provements, ��� for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice tUat action under  section 37, must be commenced befoie the issuance of such. Certificates oi Improvements.  Dated this 4th day of April, A. D��� 1902.  1. H, HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To  George D. Edwards, and to any person or persons to whom he may ha"?e transferred his  interests in the "Dncle Sam" mineral claim  dnd '-First Chance"  mineral  claim, both  situate in Sky lark Camp In the Kettle River  Mining Division of Yalo District, British  Columbia  Yon are hereby notified that I have caused to  be expended f205.00 to hold  the said mineral  claims tinder the Mineral Act, that tlie proportion you should contribute for your undivid-  edone-third interest In each of theaboveclaims  is ��48.33, and if within ninety days from the first  publication of. this notice you fail or ief use to  contribute the said sum of ��($,33, which is now  due. with all costs of advertisln g, your interest  in each of the said mineral claims will liecome  the property of me, the ntidersigneii,. one of  your co.owners, under sectlou four of an Act  entitled the  "Mineral  Act Amendment  Act,  1900."  , Dated at Greenwood, B. Cr,the 25th. day of  March, A. D., 1903.  EMANUE-LE PASTR O NE  CP*  <p*  CP*  <p*  CP<  ?**  CP<  CP*  CP*  p<  ;ank of Montreal  ��o.  Capilal. all paid ud $12.0(10.000.  $7,000,000.  I'reM.lfiv .    I.okii STKA-TiKOK.t   v>ci) Mou>Jr Rovai  Vlit,  r .sii.'ii.-:    Hon. <1roki;h A   ORnsrwoNn.  GetHT .' Mmnifer:   E. S  Ci,h''st<in.  j Airviir "'hic��:��-n  < Clt'O       In     Ciuxd.i  Brandies in Loiilou. E?ui.  9+-n  *��%  x=2  .\rcw YorK. CWcago. g  Buy a'nd'nell Svriitij. Exchutige .i.i.l i.'ibiK Tr.iu-fi-r�� : Oram Cmnmt-rcial an  Traveller!." Cn-iiii-.   .-'ilnbli; In :ijm pu-    ���' ilie Miirlrt.  F. J. FINUC/LNE, Manager.  gj Greenwooa Branch,  THE fAMABM RAffij  Witli Which is HicorD��rate4:tlie '  THE BANK OF BRITISH tOLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.      -     Rest, $2,000,000  HOIS. GEO.A. COX.President.   B. E WALKER, GeneralAaaaeer  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  m  GEO. R. NADEN,  Manager.  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COMPT'%Eid^EKf^PMENTS 3  gr'-   Afcms For Tlie Bullock DIannn<l Drills. ..- stock carkied rN rosse,jln��,    ; "ZS  g R. Ji. C Ittcltaliv, Rossland, B. 0. ^  .��- ?>.  yy^ '���'^  BOUNDARY' CREEK   TIMES.  '���' ���J^^^m^2��^4**w****mJ����*m*#**^  >:  %��� ���::   $ * ������ ��� I iiMp  . ''!i    ..'���       ^.-9!.i-.'^l5'  '���~-l<',':i%&iS!K~  5: i  The''World" ctf Vancouver a  Great Newspaper.  Odd Fellows.  ���I'   A Camera, is btioivii by til'-*  i��ielEr��  it  '"' takes���not l\v it size.  :|:    The Foldang Pocket  t  '        ' Kodaks  '-> "lia-rB'tliu'cajiabilltlcs of cameras ottwicc  -> ilK-.ir bullc.     Tliuiijfh  small of compass  ���> tlm\'-iK>ss(jss tlie-very'elements of sue-.  '.<{������ cossfisl'viicturo iakiuu���a sii-.iiile inouh-  |2Kofla]?s,;|5,pO.<to:$75.-  *:* ���  -:We sull'Vou 'tlits aboS'e at' strictly  list  ":* .prices....   "itemcmbei"    it*. ..Eastman's'  *J Kodiilc and tlitr only instrument of tlie  ** luiid on sale hi t:\dry ttivilixecl country  *:* in the world.   Oitr.davlc.roojn .is at your  *;* disposal���ireeof cli'arire.        ���'������"        ���"'.-:���'  *t*   Hooks.  Paper,   Office   Supplies,   Wall  .j. ,-. .Payer,., LHioto Sujrplicsi .  ���t ��X^'^K'��>*^H^,'^K*M*C^>,*{,^^><  1 $4Q0Cj: iri Prizes' $4'0p0:-'|  1;'? '^ilSSiiSt^^^  And Supplies.  Step into our Kodak department  'and.hear about the progress competition. $4000 in prizes offered.:  You have 2<)0 , clv.tiices'.tb'-fcet a!  .lirize,ra.nging froni.SS: to 8150.  Our tlarlv room'is; at^YOUR service, anybody.usiiiir the supplies  ,-!:.   we handLe nan compete: :  ���Ws  ,for B.C. Assay &,Che- ||  ic'al.Supply Co.    A gj  lrge.i stcclc. to hieet ..a?  demands of lmriing co's carried.:'s|  ;;;;^.:;:.;:g.:L.-WHITE'   y'��  Successor to Miller Bros. ���'   '..-   -?j|  Dispensing Chemist, Greenwood  $s  *  *  ��  ��  *  ��  *  ��  ��  *  *�������� '  a  fl.a.��M;  must  reduce their  large  stock .-0"f .--.   .'. .    .'  OFFICE STORIES."  _,,._���. ..T.hey_jpffet..B.rrg.aiMs__^  ������:-��� r:-'. ("i   '   .���in��� ,  '���   '  Shannon Files.,  BlapH Boots,  ".:. -inlis ofalMiindsr--.   -Typewriter Pttpsr,  ������������* "Writing^liiteials,  ���.���*  ��� *  .������'���*'  *  ��� a  ������'*���  ��  ��  *  I;"fi.A. HE'&CO.  a  *))n8*#*����)(<!��*w*i!����Rst��-i<����e)��#a-��**<:i  0<><>0<KKXK>OK><KXKXKX><>0<>CK>0<K>  '����� cBannerman     '��  ��  The anniversary Services of the Odd  Fellows, Boundary A7alley L>dye Ko  38, will be held in the Presbyterian  Church Sunday evening- next. Dr.  McRae will preach a sermon appropriate for the occasion.  MOT1CE is HereVy Uvea that wltliln sixty  days from date I intend to apply lo the  Honourable Chief Commissioner of iar.ds and  Works for permission to purchase, the following described land, situate in the OsoyooB Divi-  sion oCTalc Disti i<-t : Commencing' at a post  ���planted on tlie Norlh-wcst corner of John A.  Coo'.son's pre-eni<I''r>n, i.hench' North twenty  diains, thitncK east i. ty chains, thence South  t��'eiit.T chains, tlic.i. VVcst forty chains to ihe  |>niiit of coiiimeucement, i-ontalniup [Sp] acres,  iiKire orless. JOHN A. COlHiSON,  Dated. March 16th, W02.  First publication April 4th; 1902.  ; The.  GROCER  i.- !(\Dosn't advertise '���- very  much bat /;? satis tots of  Good Groceries jfor . V<ay  Little Cash,    :   : .. :  Bannerman.s a  Cash Grocery  <><XMXM>000<X>00<><M>0<>0<>0<H>0<>0-  S5 00  btvs ,*!*<�� :�����<) eirtr Incubator at  : the O. I. C-. 2nd Haaa Stoi*.  How the Worli Tries 1o Boasl It's  Chosen Oiies. : '   '  If the Vancouver World will turn  back oyer its/files; f-or'a;:f e>r.rday sit -will  find there something that the citizens  of Greenwood wonl(IT>e pleased to liave  itiexplahi.' ."On April 18tit the.mayor  of Green wo'od sent the following' ���tek-  gram to that paper : ;*..--,, ,  ��� ��� Greenwood, April" ,1E(:���(Special )���  At an enthusiastic mass meetiaig of  citizens -Held her*-' on Thursday evening-, a resolution.; was unanimously  .passed expressing sympathy with the  V-.'V. & E. Railway.-in Its.-'efforts "to  construct a road Into tlie Boundary  and praying.the provincial and fed-eval  governments to do,^eyery-.thing in illeir  power to facilitate; tlie construction of  the road.     / .!;'.'.;;.,...;;.:<?..K. NADliU,    ,  :;:This telegranifappeanea iri:tiie' World  the next- day under heary black" display, .lines thus .-: V^GKAND E^ORKS  LOYAi;; TO THliV., ;V. !&'E.��v;The  Grand Forks'MIC kobe sanust be getting  its deadly;:>vprlc'iii oti the'^Vorld staff in  great'shape. 'The germ has'been;wqrfe-  ing-ratheriiiisidnousiy for a lo-i'g time  but the disease appears'���: to be bredldiig  otit rather badly. . VancouvfeL-;:; has  never shown much interest in this -part  of British ,G**olmnbia. in a cornm^r��ial  way, >and:-several'..- of��� :the.coast:paper's  appear to hayeeiiterei.jnto a. cptisp'ir-:  acy 'to boost bne.'pqitit of ;Ute Bound ary  at the expense of another.;' but ���Greenwood can afford to patiently plod, alo.ng  in her own way. Gr<< iiwboS has neither  money nor scrip to ~; trade off for;;notor-  ity. She prefers:;.-tqVsitaa.&������'_-.ojci fall on  merit. Her people Ttowever, ,qu ght ,'to  read the papers that are fair to her aiiia,  her" n'ler'chaiitsv oii^rht" t<v b'tiy .'goods-  where her trade is appreciated. ���  SMELTER AUDiSTOPE.  ' One shift of four men oa the Provi  dence is taking'out about $500 worth of  ore daily.  The Waterloo property,  Camp ;Mc-  Kinney,Js!^eport��_d^  looking well,  The Morrison people report an early  resumption of work probable.  The Butcher Boy deal . is. likeLy to  prove a go. Watch for good news  from this corner.  The;Elkhorn has been showing up  some free gold recently. May Smith  and Loiigley win.  The.Highland Cliief near Beaverdell  is in the race for the bonanza cup.  W. Y. Williams of Phoenix and as,  sociates have sold their cLatims adjoining the Nickle Plate, \>n Copper Motin-  tain for $52,000 cash.  A ledg-e of gold bearing quartz recently uncovered on the Jewel, Long  Lake camp, is loo-king well and ore  therefrom being-,shipped tothe Granby  smelter. :.,  BOUNDARY CREEK P1ACERS.  Fourteen Chinamen-* are "reported to  have made good money pia.cer mining  on Boundary Creek,; n-ar Midway, the  last year.  George Cunningham finds profitable  and pleasant engagement.' for his  leisure hours in taking dust and nay-  gets out of Boundary. -He is looking  ior mates to the big nugget, he wears  on his chain and which was found on  the creek.  For sale No. 5 Hydraulic Ram 6 to 10  gallons water per minute, 2 inch drive,.  1 inch discharge.     See A.  E.;; White.  2nd Hand Man; ���;'.'  FOR SALE,  20 fresh milk cows with>calves. .Particulars under "E" this office. '  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HAL^��TTS=aSHAW,  Barristers,-Solicitors, ���       ;;  :   :Notaries'Public. '..;.  CH^irt Address :'" HAtiiETT."  ' .    ;���'  Cririirs -1 Kedfbrd M'Neill's; OWes/wwbob,  ( Leiber's. ������.'-   B' ��"  i. lti.HAl-I.ETT.   ...'"' .'h','c'.SH4W.  fifi&LEOD & BROWN   -  ,    ';Bar;r"isters Airp.Solicitors,  *���:' ^:^:>;NoiARms\,:PuBLic, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Eloort lilock, Coppar street,  '.'.'; ^Greeiiwond, B.C. , ": :  r. R.'Bkown. '���'���-..'<'.-   .-"���'���'."'... ���'.j"'.'-'T,���': J.' P. McLeod.  Ohwrles^ae[:1's;h4Wi'] v-.;;:-  '���' ';:'';:*':.-Civil-ENPiNEER,'.y:.;-;-r  '   ��OMINION., riANDj, PROyiNCrAL  ':.*;",:���[; .-.'.>Land'Sttrveyor.,.������������ aS���:}:. ��� ���������;��� ':������  GREENWOOD,    .-  ���sa-b.:> O,  tyy-ytr  A. "M^AS'HCRO'FT;  ���:Don)Ialo��i,andr    ',; ���������   .;  .,. .Provincial: Land,Surveyor.  ;   ;;'Mining and Enjineerlrig'Surveys.'  ;:  Uiidcrgrouad Work a.Speclalty.  Wood iBlockfnftxt Cnstoms office.) ; :':  V;.;   '.'^.GREENWOOD, B..C.  ire$$itig  i'^w':"  fJ,^B  f%  st in*  Special Eisie of SbiH iUaists  t j��  ���-��� i yH'  ^-,  SOCIETIES.  BOUNDARV'VALLEY 'LODGE'  -f^0^" a;  ;.*..; ,:���; No.: 3 8,1.0.0. 'P. -r-:.... -a,.  Meetslevery-'Tuesday Eveuingat 8.00 in tlieir  lodjste iodm at Masonic Hall. .'. A; cordial 'invitation ls'extended''to.all.;Bajony'tiing;.'bnstli'erni?'  Fred' B. HoLMKsi N.G. ; Wi B. Frith, ReC.Se'e  '��:* ,*...'vi'.,  :,J;;ipi)liGLl^r,|rop. '"'*  EVERYTHING FIRST-CL,ASS.  THE-BEST   OF   FOREIGN"'��� AND  DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS  AND    CIGARS.        .  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR   TRAVELLING : MEN.  ACCOMMODATION FOR 75 GUESTS   Assets  "STRONGEST IN THE WORD"  $304,568,063.49        Surplus i i;$t>6,fB7,170.01  7<esr the   onicr of Gcvernment and Greenwood  , Streets.  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  ;;���.���!���!������    vf-.'i -  605-606-607 Empire State Building,  Spbk'ari&jjj.:,Wasli.  SD.00 in cash willl)uy a seven   drawer  new Sing-er sewing machine.  At A. L. CHARLES T. KIPR, Cashier ,;...   ;   .,.-;  ..,.;,  White's 2nd Hand SLore. Office Tel. Brown, 211.    '; ' .-Residence Tel. SoiithV^Vi':',  "25<>0<>0<K><><><><><><><>C><HX>dO<KKH>0-��  0AUNGE  Can sell you a lot for a home in any part of town.  **    *_'��.  Can lend you money to build a home on easy terms. v      .  Can insure your home in any ofthe following first-class (^mjMitesI:;  ATLAS, GUARDIAN, y  Ithey.aso do a bit  OF  LIFE,  THE HELSOFI NEWS.  Mr. F. J. Deane recently of the  Kamloops Seatiti��l lias assumed charge  of the former Miner of Nelson and irill  publish it as the Nevva.  ACCIDENT,  PLATE GLASS A NO  STEAM BOILER  INSURANCE.  ROYAL,  UNION,   :���:  NORTHERN,  CANADIAN,  CONNECTICUT,  LONDON AND  LANCASHIRE.  PHENIX or  BROOKLigy^  PHOENIX OF  HERTFORD,  NATlONALpK  "    IRELAND.  XX<x>K><>CKX><>0<X>00<><HX><XX)0<>00 5 <>0<M>0<><>CH^

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