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 Voii. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 21,  1902.  No. -at. OS-  The Arlington-Burns Grouj la Deadwood Camp  ,   Purchtied By Eastern Peoplt���The Riverside Grout also Sold.  ; ;3"; When *Mr;;* J. -: P; :������ Flood return ed to  Itowh^ilast^week^'-'tirinigingV.-vTith"''. him  ;.  r-soffle?Americai3 capitalista: it waa suggested that an important mining- deal  ���was on.   Only a very few days elapsed  before this'belief -was confirmed and  the '��� announcement" made    that   Mr.  Stephen HI Jones  and his associates,  capitalists of Dnluth Minnesota, were  arranging the  purchase  of  both  the  ... Arlington Burns  and   the    Riverside  group of claims.  The   Arlingtott-Burns   property   is  ��� situated in Deadwood camp just south  ..  of the,Mother Lode and Sunfeetproperties.     Being in the same mineral  '" belt, this group may become the  third  ,i of ,atrio  of   great properties.   The  Mother Lode is now shipping- 400 tons  daily to its smelter and the Sunset is  hi position to do the same as soon as  their srnelter- is. ready to receive the  ore,   'This will be early in April.  The Riverside group comprises three  claims, the Riverside, (crown/granted),  E)mmelitie arid Badger Fraction. They  are situated on the Main Kettle river  about four miles: above Rock Creek,  and are exceptionally well placed for  transportation facilities, the survey of  the Canadian Pacific Railway passing  close" by the' property, and a good  wagon road from Greenwood and Midway parallels the railway, Over $5,000  lias been spent in judicious development on the Riverside and Badger, ru-.  ���'-suiting.' in 'the proving'of a very high  vgrade'gold-silver vein for 500 feet of  ��� ���its length and 250 feet in depth with a  width of from one to five feet. Below  are some of the assays of this"ore taken  from varioiife parts of the vein.  Johns should make a great success of  the Riverside. Pie it was who did  much pieneer work on the Mother Lode  and he who has had charge of the Sunset property for the last two years  bringing it forward from a mere prospect to the assurance of a great mine.  Mr. Johns has formed a very high  opinion of the Riverside and expects it  to become a great property.  Under the Glass-  A Times' reporter caught the breath  of summer and saw the prophecy of  good things just ahead while being  shown, through the hot houses of  Messrs. Ferguson & Patterson, by the  genial proprietors, the other day. Lettuce ready for the table, tomatoes in  bloom, early potatoes just-a-jumpiirg,  cresses and radishes and spinach in  profusion are all in evidence and in  plenty.  It mattered not that the reporter mistook some luscious looking mushrooms  for the vulgar toadstool, his escort  maintained his genial smile, and let  him take a sniff at the flowering primrose and sweet forget-me-not and  stately wall-flower standing about .to  relieve the sea of gracious green. This  firm find a ready home market for their  product and are constantly extending  their facilities to gratify the taste for  the best things that grow. All that  Fungus asks for is seed true to their  kind and he'll do the rest.  Specimen Paragraphs From Bills Mow Before  the Provincial Legislature.���Title   of the  Bills and by Whom Introduced.  Thinks W��I1 of Greenwood.  00<KKKXKXK><K>0<><><><XK)<H>CK>0-C>0-  0  Special to Times. J  .���';Gold.;  ,:   Silver  Total.  No. 1.  '���,  $6.oo  .$81.42 '  $ 87.42  - - 2"  .2.00  '��� ��� 23.94.'  2S.99  3  ���    3.20  '  155.88  159,08  4  1.80  59.82  6L.62  -. 5  1.80  11.10  12,90  6  6.00  25.00  3100  .-'   Values per ton of 2,000 pounds.  No.  6 is  the sample assay of a car  :.'load shipped; to; the Granby smelter.  _..' AliolHeiTcaTloariTsfiipped to!tfie Boundary Falls smelter netted 541 per ton.  -''������vThere'are over 1599 tons of ore blocked  out in  the mine'at present.    On. the  -Badger fraction there is a vein of gold-  copper ore which assays $41 in gold and  copper values.  ���   We congratulate Mr. Jones  and  his  ; associates on having succeeded in  obtaining two such sterling properties  as  the Riverside and Arlington-Burns  : and are confident it will not be long"  before thir enterprise is well.rewarded.  Since Mr. Jones left town Mr. H.  Johns has taken charge of the Riverside property and put some men at  wsrk. It would be a very happy sequel  to his already successful career if  Mr,  Victoria, March 20,1902,  Redistribution bill brought  .down, to day. ' Number of  representatives iji the house  increased to 42.     -  Kettle River Mining Division gets a member, under  name of Greenwood Riding1.  Grand Forks Mining' Division and Rossland each has  a member. The territory  from Rock Creek to Princeton constitutes a riding- -with  a "member. Yale and Kootenay get seven additional  members in all.  NOTiCE.  Until a successor is appointed to the  late C. W. Vedder as agent in Greenwood, payments may be made direct  to the head office of the compan3'in  Winnipeg,  Thb GnEA.r Wkst Life  ASSDRANCJ'. COM.IM.NY,  $4000 in Prizes $4000  KODAKS  And Supplies.  Step into our Kodak department  and hear about the progress competition. ���' ,$4000 in'prizes offered.  You have 200 chances to get a  prize ranging- from S5 to S150.  Our dark room is at YOUR service, anybody using the supplies  we handle can compete.  ,for B.C, Assay A'Che- |?  rnical Supply Co.    A ?&  larg-e stock to meet p  demands of .mining-co's carried. S  :".." J. L. WHITE 1  Successor to Miller Bros. p  Dispensing Chemist, Greenwood If  ���>k��<��><��:��j��:��X"X��x��x��x����Xm:'*XwH''  y A  Ping I  Pong  The New Game���very  ��� popular wherever introduced.  Also extra raquets and  balls will arrive very  shortly.  OUR UKE OP  Baster  ! Cards  is simply grand. Call  and see them. They  will inlerest you.  'SWWK'i-: 2  Smith & McRae  Books,   Pajier,   Ofiica   Supplies,  Paper, PUuto S��i>i>5lcs.  Wall  <-<k-<kk~m~w~k~x~x~h~h��h<kk��V  We are not able to present very  mtich of any one, or even selections  from many ofthe very many bills  daily! being introduced into the Legislature of British Columbia but we herewith submit suggestive paragraphs  from some of the more striking bills  thus far presented. The Canadian Northern railway bjll has so many startling therein that .we do not attempt to  discriminate among1 its many provisions,  ,Mt Respecting trade Unions" Mr Curtis.  ''No such trade union or association,or  its officer,member, ag-ent or servant, or  any other persons, shall be enjoined or  liable in damage, nor shall its funds be  liable in damages for publishing information with regard to a strike or lockout, or proposed or expected strike or  lock-out, or other labour grievance or  trouble,or for warning workmen, artisans, labourers or employees or other  persons not to seek employment, in the  locality affected by such strike, lock-out,  labour grievance or trouble, or from  purchasing, buying or consuming products produced or distributed by the  employer of labour party to such strike,  lock-out, labour grievance or trouble,  during its continuance."  ���"'Actto Regulate  immigration   Into British  Columbia "-Mr Tatlow.,.  The immigration into British Columbia of any person who, when a.-iked to  do so by the officer apointed under this  Act, shall fail himself to write out and  and sign', in the otiaracVers <of some language if JBurope, an application to tlie  Provincail Secretary   of Province   of  British ColumbiaJ to the effect of   the  form seiotit in Schedule '��� B " to this  Act annexed, shall be unlawful!.  "Actto Amend Tlie Wills Act" Mr Curtis.  Section 25 of chapter 193  of  the Revised Statutes, 1897, being the " Wills  Act,"  is  heraby amended   by  adding  thereto the following words:���  " But where any devise,gift, bequest,  benefit or legacy under any will hereafter executed is made to the surviving  widow or widow*ei^of t^tator^ jLnd^i_s  made revocable or terminable wholly  by the subsequent marriage ' of. sucli  widgw c>r widower, such marriage shall  not in any degree revoke, tahe  away or end the right of the devisee  or legatee to the whole of the devise,  bequest, benefit or legacy, but the  same shall be wholly held andje'njoyed  just as if the will contained no such  provision or condition respecting the  subsequent marriage of the devisee or  legatee,"  Et shall be unlawful for any wagon  or other vehicle carrying a load in excess of that mentioned in the Schedule  hereunto annexed' to be drawn or  driven on any of the public highways  of that portion of the Province of  British Columbia situate west of the  Cascade Range of mountains:"  "Carts or other two-wheeled vehicles  shall not carry a load iu excess of the  following:���  On tires under 2 inches in width GOO lbs.  2 in and under 3 in     1250    ::  ::       3 ::       + ::       2000    ::  ::        4 ::        2    ::     2500    ::  ::        5 ::        6    ::     3.S00     ::  Mr. A., Wylie of Toronto, inspector  for tlte Reliance Loan & Savings Co.,  of Ontario has. "been in town the past  few days looking after his company's  hit-cresfs at this point. The Reliance  Has loaned a larg-e amount in Greenwood, ill rough its agents, Gaunce and  Wide-wire, during the last three years.  After a. very careful examination inio  his company's securities here and into  conditions in general, Mr. Wylie expressed himself as delighted with  what "hie saw, and found Greenwood's  conditions and outlook much better  than what he had been led to e.v-pect.  There is only obe loan in Greenwood  in arrears and that only for a small  ainoiiat, This gentleman was iu fact  so well pleased with the class and conditions of his loans here that he has  instructed the company's agents not to  be too -conservative in forwarding  further business,  The JReliancc has lots of money to  loan on good houses and can fill  applications with despatch. The visit  of sitch careful and influential men as  Mr, Wylie and tlieir favorable reports  Lu the mnoii ey ecu tres east means ni uch  for Greenwood. Mr, Wylie found'  Greenwood a "much more substantial  town and the country much more forward, than he had been led to expect,  and entertains no doubt whatever of  the camp's assqred future,  Tlie Memlcr for Rossland after the Provincial Calinets.-Makes Grave Charees and  Denunds Inoulry.  We wa:it2nd hand goods,   Ring  up  196 A. L. White 2nd Hand company.  CKKX)00-00<K><>CK>00<>0-C>CK>0-O0-0<K>  Th.PlQenix Minstrels,  The Phooitix Minstrels will  lie Era tl��t Auditorium on tlie 2��tL  of April. Sa-ye up ancltafce it in  wttfeosii fail; Show our rieisrlt-  Hrs that vee are their friends  ��ui��  are  appreciative   of the  2 Jrfrsfl things tRey have in store  A foi us.  <>000<VO<>-OOKX)-0-0-CK>0<>0-<XK>0<>0-<>0-  TheNelson Miner published a special .  from Victoria daled March 18th setting  forth that Hen Smith Curtis had on  tliat date made a definite charge  against Premier Dunsmuir and the  rest of the ministers in .connection  with the raiLway deal, and will to -  morrow move fora. committee of enquiry The charges are that Mr. Dunsmuir was enabled to sell the E. arid N.  railway for a larger sum than would  otherwise have obtained through the  subsidy to the Canada Northern, thus  reaping a large advantage. He also  charges all theinetrabers of the executive witn grave misconduct and gross  and wilful neglect of duty in employ- *���  iug Mr. Green-shields as agent for the  government while he was acting as the  representative for Mackenzie and  Mann. .*���������'  Church of England.  Wo Blizzards,  . The cHsKens ofthe Boundary are in j  love wdtti the climate of the same.  The  Next Sunday, Palm Sunday, the  services wiLl be as usual, but in the  eqening the choir will sing Staner's  anthem, "God so Ejoved the World".  There will be special services during  Holy week, as announced On Good  Friday there will be morning service  at 11 a. m.; an address on 'Two words  from the Cross' at 12 noon ;a children's  service at 2:30 \y. rn,, evensong at8 p.  m, faster Day services as usual.  There will be celebrations of Holy  communion at 8 and 12. The services  will be choral* an'd iii the evening the.  choir will s,ing "Christ our Passover is  Sacrificed for us" anthem by Goss.  Printed notices of the Holy Week and  Raster services can be had at St.  Jude's Hall;  Lacrosse at Grand Forks.  At one of the largest  attended meetings of   its  kind ever  held in Grand  Porks the  lacrosse  club of that place  ! was reorganized for the coming season  last Wednesday   evening,    when    the  and  Jieitti   and   the absence of  high  The Literary.  The regular weekly   meeting  of   the  Literary Society was held in St. Jude's  Hall ou Wednesday evening last. 'The  exercises consisted of a duet by Miss-  Fisher and Mr. Hodge, a  song  by Mr.  Galloway  and   an address on   "Kino-  Lear" by Rev. Mr. Miller, of Phoenix.  The  latter gentleman's   paper   which  waa in   the nature  of an   abstract off  Shakespeare's  great  tngedy was  re-[  garded a treat by the audience present '���  and everybody   felt   indebted   to   the i  speaker   for   his,   successful   effort   in i  giving them a pleasant hour.- I  winds tvontinueto make the cliuiateof  either summer or winter very agreeable. Bat when they read of the  terrUM* bliuard that so kite in March  has btieai working discomfort and destruction, arn Manitoba and th'j Dalcotns  their Kcnse of appreciation , of home  comforts Jiccoines intensified.  Wtwii we are denied our eastern  mail for three conse-jutin- days he-  c;��u=ie trains are snow-bound we can  realize faintly what the conditions  must be 3>ack where the storm raged.  Tlik lilsKKard which set i-i laat Friday  i.s characK'Tiaed as ilie very worst that  ever swept Manitoba. The Dakotas  fared no better,  season: President, Lloyd A Manly;  -1st-vice-president, Geo. A. Fraser; 2nd  vice-president, A. M. Dunham; captain  Fred W. Grant; sec-treas., Arthur O.  Cochrane. Executive committee : K.  C. McDonald, A. E., Savage, A. C.  l-IendetHOti, E). Miller aud'W. D. Betts.  Il is hoped that a Boundary league can  be formed, including Trail, Rossland,  Nelson, Phoenix, Greenwood, and the  loo.i I team, and that a schedule of  games extending o-ver the greater portion of the season can be arranged.  For sale No.5 Hydraulic Ram 6 to 30  gallons water per minute, 2 inch drive,  1 iri'.-h discharge,     2>ec  A,   L.  White  2nd Hand Man,  1  f  t  I  I  I  I  r  r  I  ,t4*��*-tI-*|u��-  THE  ,;��X'<":'<*C''<^'K4^^<"r~><"K'<K''��H��X"X<K"W��XK'wX',<MJ��  BOUNDARY   MINES .  SUMMARY.  Total Amount of Ore Shipments for the Year 1901 in TOund numbers.  TONS.  PkKKJiix Camp  .  Deadwood Camp   Summit Camp   Sundry other properties  Ping Pong  The Nelson Juniors got worsted hi a  recent ping-pong encounter with the  Greenwood Juveniles.  Treated by <5ranl>y Smeltei  in  1901   TrgiEtc-d by Greenwood Smelter in 1901   Treated l>v Greenwood Sinolter in its first vear ending February 58th. B02 .. . ..'  .- .'   j>aily average of a 240 ton furnace deducting 9 idle days for  repairs           .    Daily   average-  of same (Greenwood smelter) during first 48  days in L902.. - -  -          Grevimootl Smelter capacity now being doubled.  The-Grrtnby mines are shipping daily ���   235 000  90 000  SO 000  6 000  381 000  230 000  120 000  138 139  388  +25  r  r  r  i  T  5*  y  y  V  *  x  v  r  r  t  f  I  \  r  1 500 THE    BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  my.  Cr>e  Boundary Creek Times"-������*�����  ��� " vailed to irei ?  Issued ��wery ft'idav  and got,  and  how long have yon held   MR, J, Fk CRAFTS  ithem? |^ ���  ,    of Chariestown. Mass-.  is desirous of learning the whereabouts  of his son Elliott E\ Graf tS who was  working in the ii. C. mine about a year  ago-.   sYhy information about him will  Duncan Nosh.   Man-acim; KrmoK.  CCl.UMBI.V   TULHl'HO.M*:    No. 40.  Ybrsox ,v Nkx.sos -Tki.kimiosk ts'o. 2';.  lave you.applied for and  What is your business besides ktiock-  \  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Puk Ybak   Six Months   TO   FOKKIGK . COUSTJtlHS.  ....$ 2 00    1 25    2 50  FRIDAY',   MAKCUil VV-  BOUNDARY-  .REPRESENTATION*  The Greenwood board of Trade is  strongly of the opinion lhat the Kettle  River Mining Division ought to have  and is entitled to have a representative  in the provincial legislature. 3t has  moreover taken the opportunity to impress it* opinion as above upon the  government.  The Boundary country ought to have  two representatives and presumably  the belter way in inaIcing such arrangement would bo. to give the Grand  Forks Mining Division one representative and thv Kettle Kiver division the  other.'This Urrujigeni'iut while jierfect-  ly natural aud geographically correct  would put Cascade, Grand Forks, Columbia, and Kettle River valley for  soine distauce in one riding, and  Phoenix, Greenwood, Anaconda,  Deadwood, Boundary Falls, Midway  and a large section of the Kettle River  valley in the oilier.  .   Jt is to be hoped thatstich representation   will  be given  at once and that  ��� two representatives from the Boundary may sit in the present session of  the provincial parliament. Then shall  the troubles of two more men hegin,  then a farewell token to all that's best  in   life,  and  a longing ensue forthe  .  time and place when -'the wicked cease  from troubling."  Yes there will be more ambitious  men, or patriotic men, or public-preferred men who will be obliged to go to  Victoria if the bill pass and heLp save  the province.  Who will they be ? .  Who wants to go ?  Seriously, however, the preseu t is a  time for men who feel responsibility  and who are willing to give faithful  service and conscientious thought  to  ��=such a-trust as the=onc suggested,^"-"  Does it Pay ?  Does Kicking  Pay '!    Ask   the   man  \\ hose w.ouid-bc-f uther-in-law  saw  >.'.'.Vn out.  "Does Advertising Pay ? Ask the  man who lost his boots and found  them after one ad. in the Tinies.  Does Wild-Catting Pay ? Ask those  down-easterners who held up their  friends and then blam-eG IJ. C.  Does Bankxno Pay ? Ask the manager for an over-draft and tell me  the words he used.  Does Knocking Pay ? Ask that tired  fellow with the little hammer and  great faith in every place but* that  in which he livi?s aud, everybody  but those he happens to know.  lie appreciated.  mr-7-28.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. i  QUEEN. CALIFORNIA and ASTOR Mineral  claims, situated iii the Kettle River Mining  i     Division of Yale District.  Located about 3J< miles sorth easterly from  Camp McKinuey. i  TAKE NOTICE tli.tt I. Theodore Lubbe  1'Vee Minor's Ceriilicate No.-,B60$65,  acting as agcicit for the Roclc Creek Gold Mines.  Ltd,. Ly., Free Miners Certificate No, BdOSd-1,  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to;apply  to the Miiifns- Hue-order for a Certificate of fin-  ���provcmeiiis, for the purpose of obtain ing a  Crown Giant of the above claim. : '���'  And further take notice.'tbat action under  suctiou 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improveinents.  Dated thisSth dav of February. A. D.v 1902.  THEODORE LUliBE,  . Agent for the Rock Creek Gold Elites, Limited Liability. ��� i  Ml'    MMM  ..HOTEL...  Hugh, .Cameron-:*:.-Prop.  Best   Brands   W'uifts,s>T,lqUors  (inrt  Cigars.   Good ,-Stabling!  CAMP McKINNEY.. B, C  ftft ftftftftftftftftftftftftft��*����i ��#��#��*  ft  *   The Safest and Quickest way to  send money is by the  ft  ?��   Payable at par anywhere on the  ft  ft continent or Europe.  *   Express orders of all  company's  �� cashed at face value at  DEFILEMENT OF THE CKEEK.  If the proper authorities would take  a walk up to the L,ouisa street bridge  they would find a wagon load of evidence in Boundary Creek that some  one who respects neither himself nor  his fellow-citizens has committed a  fjrave offence against the heal Ik aud  decency of the town. It would certainly be worth while for the city and  health authorities to try to detect the  man who so wantonly has defiled the  creek.  So long' as men are permitted to hurl  defiance in the tee tli of decency as well  as law so lonjj: dor's properly cons-t itut-  ed authority appear a farce.  ft  ft  -ft  ft  ft  eg  Books,   Stationery,   Office  Supplies, etc.  Kodaks and Materals, etc. etc.  Phone No. 33.  ft  ft  ft  *  ft,  ft  j��  ft  ft  3&  ft  ft  ft  .ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft.  ft  ft  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  ���CUTLERY{  "SILVERWARE  JM GOODS  The   largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C; were fur-  ;���������   nished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  '        VICTORIA. B.C._';���;"���  *0@te  WJ*fl%ft,  ^##ftsiHH:tftWftft)i��*t��#ft��tjt��ft):*ft*ft��-ft  ftftftftftftftftftftftftft ������ii��ftiKftft��f#��ft��ft ft  IB. A. KING & CO. "*  t:cfe.    Every 5rit as handiis  M^,.     r& s:;Lki ��j��!d;  """must  reduce their  large  stock   of  OFFICE SUNDRIES.  They offer Brrg-ains  ���in���  Shannon Files,  Blank Books,  Inks of all kinds,  Typewriter Paper,  Writing Materals,  T lee "& co7  ��  ft  a  ft  a  o  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  *  a  ��  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  ft  ft  �����  ft  ft  *  ft ft  i ��j:tft#ftt,tft#ft $����$ $ $ # # $ ������������*#��#��  To Correspondents.  We regret  that we cannot   publish  the very readable descriptive hit   sent  us entitled "They  were from Missouri  and  had   to   be   shown",   unless   the  writer will subscrihe his name thereto.  We  regret this because it  is   full   of  merit and  because  it  says   so   many  pleasant   thing's  regarding-   so   many  deserving-people attd firms.     The firm  of which the acting- editor is a member  is vain enough to like to see  the kind  things  said   of  it in print but to pub-i  lish  them  unsigned   Mould expose the ;  editor to censr.vc  i.>f having had a pipe j  dream.       ��� j  If the correspondent who signs  him- |  self  "knocker"   will   answer   the   foi   i  lowing-questions to go as a  postscript  to his letter  we will   print  the same  next week.  Hb-.v long  have you been in Greenwood ?  How much money have you invested  in British Columbia ?  How  many  days have you  worked  since coming?  How many jobs have you applied for  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  EASTER  HOLIDAYS  RETURN  RATES  FARE AND ONE THIRD  ON SALE  MARCH 27. 2&, 29TH.  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J��be- .Western._ AssuranceXo,,  of Toronto. '���-  STOCKS,  REfll ESTATE;  ��ftft��ftOft��ftO����*����fr��������ft)!(ft<)Ki#fti>  DOMU  I SMOKE 11  For rates and full information apply  to local agent  E REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwood. B. C.  it  ��� �����  ft  ft  ft  a  ft  TRY'  . ONE OF MUMOFS  CIGHS.  - , _ .  THE BRST LINES iN  . CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  aiid CIGARETTES;  Newspapers,     Periodicals  Stationery.  A Full line Choice Candy  H. B. MUNROE  Greenwood.  a  Copper Street,  ft  o#ftft*��#sf*��#aft��ftOft��ftftc-*ft*S(ft  �����  �����  ft  t  ft  ��  ft  ft;  ��������  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  a  ft  ft  ft  a  a  ���ft  a  ��  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  ft  a  a  a  a  a  ��  ��  a  a  ft  ��  ��  ��-  ��  ��  ��  4  ft'  ft  ���ft  ft  ft  E-h  PQ    S  CJ3  33  CO  <  CO  K  <  ,1  Z  u  ri  O  a  i-i  M  H  w  i4  CO  ��3  K  K  W  O  CO,  <  fe<  %  w  fa  O  CO  pa  W  Ci  O  o  fi  H  H  <  CO  ��  S  >  O  Q  to  o  o  K  <  CO  CO  CO  <���  o  t  H  CO  K  hi  W  >  <  �����  -0  fa  or  BJ.  -ci-  ���fa  I-  B  Q  O  1  0  u  ���������>���,-��� *  ���v  ��  ���a  a -.  rt  ���*--���  a  v  H ��  EC  as  ���3  O  d ���'."<  .'''ffl.-;:  fll      .  5' V  ��s  ���������s .  ..& B-2  - ��< ��� q fl  ''!���? ��  3�� u 'O  V S  SUN  a _g m  !I! xo "*���  ���2       '*'  =5i  .jt jf jf jf jf jt it jf jt i.>fijf ����� & jf ,*.jt\< jtJfjtjH &.frjfr&j��:&:& jt Jfijfi&&jlt  The Russelllii  Co., Ltd,  fc'*  ^'*  fc'*  V*.  v&  V*  ^'a  V&  ��b  iik  'fcfc  They will next week.    Meantime call   fcfc  / ��� - -fcfc  X       in and look the place over*    JSC    iSC   ^  Have been too busy to teE you about  their New Stock,   ' X' ��� '    2%,' < . 'X-  v-SiTr '^.".���T'W'^ts v.
.■j-aiTOTWiiTiiriilirrw-i-i mir ;,t„ti - nr ttrriw fumima
Barristers, Solicitors,
Notariks Pdbuc.
_ Cahle Address :   " HAtMtTT."
'/•'OiknM ) BrffqritfM'italllUi   QitgeKtmooa,   ;
,/ 1&.M.-[tikiMsxi. ■.'..;>fli«.:iaW:
$5.00  buys the Sti (igg- Incubator at
ihe.O. I. C. 2nd Hand Store.
For sale No. 5 Hydraulic Ram 6 to 10
gallons water per minute, 2 inch drive,
1 inch discharg-e.     bee A. 1*.  White
2nd Hand Man.
l    Barristers amp Soucitoks,
,:..':-'Kf if. ■:..NoriBigsPPciBMc;--' ejtc.
;;Oifice»t. Naden-Flood block.' Copper street,
v Green wood, B.C.
J^K. Brown.
J. P.'McIiBonr
.-'A »5  '•-.   rt    ^"
.'-■'—    ClVII, EHGUTEBRil. ...'S'^V
j Dominion ' a»d' -pROvnrcrAr,
•'-j,        Lamp SuRyBYOR.,
MBBN$Mi>&.<™;- ':y.
:   B^Oi
DoBlnlda ini *      "; *'-~
4. £■. ASHCROFT.--:-\
Provincial Laid Surveyor.
' *   WhitettodEflJIneerlne Surveys.
._. VnitrjpoutC Work a Speilalty.
■->Woo'd;B16ck'ine3ttlCntetoms,bffic?.) s .   >:.-;: ' ^
•■; ■'->■''^ y    :■.'■*■ iJ^'visREEJi-wooD, b;vc.
       ■'   *     No. 38.1. 0.0. V.
Keeti e-Tery Tuesday "Evening at £b0 In their
lodjfe room at Masonic Hall.    A. cordial invl-
Wtlon l« extended ;to all sojouMng bretietfq.
Fmd B. HotMES, N.G.  "W.B. 3?«th, Reo.Sec
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■      ,      - ;..     ,,    ,.     ...      .y„.     .-.,-,,-,.''',\"   •*,.',     iVj-,„,-,
" *"Vict6riavi3* k'nown a« "tlie'pifece" wliere
they raise cane and cabinet ministers.
That roof-garden-chuch idea-of fceW
Charles R. Scoville of the metropolitan
church of Christ, Chicago appears to
"be a good one. ^The.plan ijs-to. supersede rag-time*-with; sacred music and
■vaudeville with ice-cream served by
pretty waiters'.-
:4'$X In asking for :40 Canadian lady
/-j ivi- teachers to engage for service in Africa
-H:">to teach the - Boer children in the con-
'!>. %%.contrated': camps; generous; % Britain
t Vjf exposes her feelings of: humanity .and
■^■yf magnanimity .to' a foe.
i   -,'
Some of the American papers   are
comparing the visits of King Edward,
when /Prince  of ;-Wiies,;i aci<3;Prince
Henryj^much] tb the "advantage pi the
formef.   They cliira.that the Prince o*
Wales .took' time'- to ;'see '" enough "' of
American life and motive to form soma
... *
a-deguate   conception, of  the   nation,
.Wihic^riasf/nptc';been.,; the. vcise .--with
Prface HeiirYv    ^. ._
The Canadian Northern Railway has
i been constructed in the inlnds' of. the;
i Yictoria people and we trust that is all
'\     that will come of it under the proposed
j    ache me.   ...
Miring news:
i*  ,    .Work,hsis;been;-resumed    on-   the
i     Riverside property under, the superintendence  of   Harry  Johns o£ Sunset
>. A deal is pending for the transfer
, of the Butcher Boy property on West
Fork to an influential American-syndicate. The agent of the capitalists concerned visited the property in company
with James Dale one of its owners,this
«v«elr, and went away pleased with his
eratttination and confident in the success of the deal. The consideration
will reach well up to the six figure
maTkand if carried through will mark
the beginning of better things for
Carmi and West Fork.
Indications point to an early re-
atinaption of work on the Carmi property. The mine is being imwatced
this week.
Fat Steak For Easter.
Julius Wagner of Rossland, butcher,
ss - sharpening his knife with intent to
caarv.e.a fat, juicy steak out off the PulL-
man-Wagnec company. After long
^litigation- his has secured a right to
S2rrOO,000 in cash and $1,000,000 in
shares of the ..celebrated Palace Car
company. This suin • is to be divided
between his mother, sister, brother and
self.   This is a steak that is a stake.
Engineers, Firemen, Machinists &
-Electricians send for 40-page pamphlet
containing Questions asked by examining "board of Engineers to obtain
Engineers license. Address, Geo. A.
geEer, Publisher.      189 4th   t.      St.
In the MatteJ of the estate of Charles Wesley
• Vedder, lite ef tne City of Greenwood In
'   the PtoVlnte of British Columbia. Insurance
Agent, deceased.
ance of the Rules of tlie Revised Statutes
of British Columbia, 1897, Cap, 187, that .all.
creditors and others hxrlng claims agralnsi the
estate of the said Charles Wesley Vddder, who
died oh the 27th day, of December, A. D., 1901,
are required on or before the 17th day: of April,
A. D. 1902, to send by post prepaid, or delWer to
the underslfnedj solicitors for Mrs. Cora May,
Vedder, Admlnistratrlr of the personal estate
and effects of the said deceased, their christian
names;-surnames, addresses .and descriptions,
with fall particular of their claims, a 'Statement of 'tfielr accounts and! the nature cf the
securities (If any) held by them, duly verified.- i-.
v'And.'further take notice that after tbe said
17th day-'df April A. D., 1902, the said administratrix will proceed to distribute the assets of
the deceased anion? the parties entitled thereto'
haVlng regard oily tothe claims of which she
shall" then have had! notice,] and that the said
Admlniitra'trli will not be liable for the said
assets or any part thereof to any person or
persons of whose claims notice shall not have
been received by her at the'; time of such distribution.
" Dated at Greenwood, S. C, this 17th day of
February, A. D., 1802. ;
■ ■  " . Solicitors "for Cora May Vedder,
let, lease, demise, maintain, develop, operate,
distribute transmit and furnish water,-water
rig-lits. water power, electric lights, electnc
llgrht 'plants, electric pdW'er1. steam power, ana
anv and all klnds.'of power and power olalits
for mining- and milling- purposes :
7. JTo purchase, acquire, construct, build,
own, hold, operate, maintain, equip, sell, lease,
dispose of, mortgage, and deal in and with
ditches, flumes, railways, and tramways, both
surface and aerial, for raining and milling?
purposes, and for transmitting and transporting supplies to, and the products of, mines,
mills, smelters, and concentrators; and finally,
to. do any and everything necessary, proper or
etf'ttfiitlent lit order to have, possess, 'and enjoy
ail'atid every of the powers, rights, and privileges herein set forth, and to fully and completely carry out the said purposes and objectt
above specified, in their fullest and broadest
sVjnseand meaning.
. ii
In The Matter ol the estate of Thomas Miller.
late of the City of Greenwood ia thePro-
-"!   viace; ofi British   Columbia,   capitalist.
''  deceased.-'' '~':a-;;'\
■XTl" "SdJca"of the Rules of the Revised Statutes
of British Columbia, 1897, Cap. 187, thai all
creditors and others having claims against the
estate of the said Thomas Miller, who died on
thejlOth day. of Jnlr, A; D-1901, are required on
or before the 17th day of March, A. D., 1902, to
ierid"by post, prepaid, or.delivercd to the undersigned, solicitors for"John Rae Miller, Administrator of the persoual estate and effects of the
said deceased;their Christian names, surnames
addresses.and. descriptions, with .full particulars of'their  claims,'a statement  of   their
17th day of March. A. D. 1902, ths said Administrator will proceed to distrlbuta the/assetB of
the said deceased among the par'tiesl entitled
'thereto;-having;, regard iotily to the^*'claims of
which he shall then.lia.ve had notice'.'and that
the said Administrator will not be liable for the
said, assets or any' pari thereof, to jfcy.person
or persons of whose claims notice sliall not
have been received by him at the timej'bf such
distribution.! .--■- •'. /'.'?.
-Dated af'Greenwood, B. C, this'17th day of
Pebraajry, A,D. 1902.'        r.   ;- -.'-.',/
;■'....';..-PKINGI»E-&-.WHITBSU)E,  ■
Solicitors for John R'ae Miller, :
' .-■.'■■■•.-      Administrator.
In The Matter of the Estate of Luclkdrfedrbw,
, late of Anarchist Mountain, ln;1ie; Proy^
'.    Ince of British Columbia,' farmeKdeceased.
X jL".ane'ebf 'the Revised Statutesvof British
Columbia, 1897, Cap. 187, that all creditors and
others having claims against the estate ;'ol "the
said Lucian Tedrow who dicD on tlie"Z2nd da>-
of November; A. D., 19ol,arerequireQ;onor'be>-
fore tlte 17th day of April, A. D., 1902, to seud
by post;, prepaid, or deliver, to the undersigned,
solicitors' for William lawless, Administrator
of the,'personal estate and effects ,p£the. said
deceased, their Christian names,,surnames,
addresses and descriptions with full particulars
of their claims, a statement of thelr'ra<5counts
and the nature of the securities, (if any] held by
them, duly verified. ','• t'
And further take notice that aftsr'.tlie said
17th day of April, A. D. 1902, the said'. Administrator will 'proceed tb";Jd(strlbiltp^he,' Assets of
the deceased "among the partieif entitled thereto,
having regard only to the claims of which he
shall1 thett-have-hadnoticei-and"that the said"
Administrator will not be liable for jhe said
assets, or' any" part "thereof,"to'any'"person or
persons, of whose claims notice shall not hare
been received by him at the time of such distribution; '■
■ Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 17th day of
February, A. D. 1902. ■   '.A- ~
Solicitors for William Lawless,
Certificate of the Registration of an
Extra-Prpvincial Company.
T HEREBY CERTIFY that "The Waterloo
JL Consolidated Mining and Mlllidg Company" has this day been registered as an Extra-
Provincial .Company, under the "Companies'
Act, 1897" to carry out or effect all or anv of the
objects oi the Company to which the legislative authority of the Legislature of British
Columbia extends. '': °
The head office of the Company is situate' in
the City, of Spokane, State of Washington, TJ.
s, a. • .; •;
The amount of the capital of the Company is
$125,000, divided into 1,250,000 shares of 10 cents
eBch. ;  :
The head office of the Company In this Province Is situate at Camp McKinney, and Patrick H. Graham, miner, whose address is Camp
McKinney aforesaid, is the attorney for the
Tbe time of the existence of the Company is
fifty j-ears.
Given under my hand and seal of offiee at
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this
10th day of February, one thousand nine hund-
and two.
[us.] S, Y- WOOTTNN,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The following are the objects for which the
Company has been established :
1. To do, transact, carry on, ard engage in
the business or undertakings hereinafter en«m •
erated and specified within the United States
of America, in the Province of British Colum'-
bia, and throughout the whole Dominion' of
Canada :
2. To locate, buy, purchase, acquire, holdj
own, maintain, equip, work, develop, improve,
operate, sell, let, demise, exchange and mort'
gage mineral clainis, diggings, mines,' and
mineral rights of any and every kind, nature or
description whatsoever : ,   -■
3. To buy, purchase, hold, own, deal in, sell,'
exchange and hypothecate metals, ores, mineral^ concentrates and bullion of every kind,
nature fnd description :
4. T<j treat, smelt, mat, mill, stamp and re-
dace ores, minerals, metals, bullion and concentrates of every kind, character and description :
5. Toerect,consiruct,m*intain,'operate,biiy.
purchase, acquire, sell, dispose of. lease, let,
exchange and mortgage mills, smelters, concentrators, and any and all kinds of machinery
and appliances for the purpose of smelting
matting, concentrating, working, redncing-
crushing, refining and handling ores, minerals
metals and bullion of all kinds :
6. To acquire, locate, bay, hold, own, set
We want 2nd hand goods..   Ring up
106 A. "Li. White 2nd Hand company.
,;\ sNOTICB is hereby- given that the
Tar Sale By-law will be'proceeded
with on the 1st day of April, 1902, and
that all lands subject to sale under the
said-.-'By-law'! bn:-which the taxes are
not paid on or before that date; will be
charged with the full costs of said
sale. G. B. TAYLOR,
. City Clerk.
■' ' Dated, March 12th; 1902.' •"
..Bank of Montreal.
Capital, all paid np, $12,000,000.
Rest ;.:.$7,O00t00O.
President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Foyal,
Vice-President:   HoX. George A. Drummond.    -,., ,
General Manager:   E. S Clooston.
Branches in London, Eng. \&\^*r&J< New YorE, Chicago.
Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an'
Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.
Greenwood Branch,    F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.
Corporation of the City of Greenwood,
of Revision for the City of Greenwood, B. C.,.
on Monday the 7th day of April, 1902, at the
hour of ten o'clock lu the forenoon, and foi loving days if necessary, for the purpose ol hear:'
ing- complaints against the assessment as made
for the year 1902 by the Assessor, and for re-
-rising- and correcting- the assessment roll for
that year.   .
Complaints to be made in writing- to the
undersigned, at least ten days before the sitting
of the Court. . -.■;■.•
:   G.B. TAYLOR, C. M. C.
Greenwood. B.C. February25tli,19a!.
Mineral Act 1896.
DON'T KNOW Miueral Claim, situated lit''the
Kettle Elver Mining- DWision of Yale
Where Located :   - Smith's-  camp;    near
Boundary Falls...
TAKE NOTICE that -we, Geo. R. N2den,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 41655B, and
Sydney . M. Johnson, Free Miner's Certificate . i- No. , 8U0B intend . sixty
days from the date hereof to apply to tlie
mining recorder for a certificate of improvement for the purpose of obtaining-: a crown
grant for above claim,   ■;. .   ^     :      .     ;
And further take notice that action under
cectlon 37 must be commenced, before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this ISth day of February, A. J)., 190J,
%   :■■■.■'■ '; .-■.".■- ... -fc
JOarftiito   I
?,- Corner Copper and GreeSnwood  »
'»". ■ Streets. *
Bfilsh North America
Established 1836.     Incorjooated ty Royal Charter.
Reserve Fund, ^350,000--$1,703,333.33
H- STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal.
J ELMSLY. Inspector. Montreal.
Branches and agents in all tke  principal cities of  Canada and the
United States, and correspondents in all parts
•of the-world. ',
Greenwood Branch:  W. G. H. BELT^ft»n«er.
With Which is Incorporated tbe
Capital, $8,000,000.      -     Rest, $2,000,000
HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B, E. WALKER. General Manager
Steam Heated
Throughout. £
* %■
Rooms 50 Cents %
and up. fc
Pine Assortment §,
Liquors and Cigars.  ^
jp %v %t »p ip tf ip if *• ** ar «p »p jp k1 »c
Kloi St. Sqow
I   The James Cooper Mfg, Co,,    I
I   ltlfl^r$0llsS^rfl^3lt1l      ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE; 3
B m*AklH/%mi DUPLEX and C0RLISS A,RC0M'   3
b       ^lUgCOitlCrV^ pressors .... 3
OF Ail, KtNDS.
gr-     Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. _
B H.n. V. menallVt Rossland, B. C. ^
Greenwood is the financial and commercial centre 01 the jc:
Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the : ^
Mining" camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood. " •£;
Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, White |~
        and At-wood, Wellington and otheT Boundary Creek camps. gr
% "^^^^^^.  *    Robt.Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood. | >%,  ^THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  I  BRIEFLETS.  Don't forjret this  Alabama. Warblers  tliis even in jr.  Mr. A. McKinney is leaving Greenwood For his old New Brunswick home.  "Mr. a.ml Mrs. McKinuey have formed  <: large circle of friends i u their three  years residence here who regretting:  to see them leave will wish thein prosperity in their new yet old homo.  "Mrs.  L:irkins  is slowly  recovering  from her recent severe illness.  A live   !>a.per in  a  live ca.mp is the  Lard��au Eagle and its for sale.  Concert  An excellent concert will t)eg-ivcu in  the Methodist Church on Monday  even ag Mir ;h 31 st. under ihe au.s  pi cos uf the TDpvorth E,eag-��e- Bight of  the irumbeis on the prog-ram will be  given by Mother L,ode Choir, The re*t  ofthe program will be filled 1>y \vell-  kn-.iwn looal singers and readers.  S X! tit <S������������*��*�� #8t��Jfc��^ft#��5**1(3 ��:f  'i i,  ft  ���a  Broomstick  And  Ssarf  A Broom stick and sca.rf dial! will be  given by a class of 20 children in tho  salvation army barracks oci   Tuesday  evening next.  "W. B. Wilcox, the editor'of that  bright journal, the Phoenix Pioneer,  favored us with a visit Wednesday  last.  Mr.' McNlcliol of Midway'has purchased the interest of the A. H. Sperry  company in the Midway Trading company. Mr. McNichol shows confidence  in the betterment of business at Midway, by this action. ,     ���     .  Board of Trade  -The membrs of the Greenwood  Board of Trade -will please taTce notice  that the next regular annual meeting  of the Bond will be held in the offices  of tlie Bealey Investment. Co,y Wednesday April 2nd at-> + o'clock in the  afternoon.  W. G-. Gaunce ..������  Sec-Trcas'  Xbe Cailor  lias the most complete  Slock, of Tailoring  Goods in tlic3$oiin<larv  1147 Laborers Wanted!  Frank Fera has purchased the interest of Aid. Caulfield in t.-.e Ottawa  hotel property.  They Cut It Out  The new police commissioners are in  the saddle and have made a beginning  by ordering the closing up of roulette  and black, jack games as well as nickle-  .in-tlie-slot machines and all games on  Sunday. They have moreover made'a  move in the right direction of forcing  genteel houses of ill-fame across the  creek. The police are also cautioned  against.indulging their convivial' instincts while on dutv.  I:  Yon can secure -work to last yon  from 1 to5 years owhig to tlie course  you select in the. International Correspondence schools. 90 courses of  study. No books to buy. 400,000 students. Would you.like a free3esson in  Spanish, French or German with  Phonograph, - Write or ca.ll and see'  , C.    H.   ESKBAITGH,  Lock Box 751. 'Rosslaind, B.C.  GAMP  McKINNEY  ...HOTEL...  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  Best   Brands  V-Vlncs,t'liquors   and  .':.'Ci|ra.rs.   G��<icl Stabling.  CAMP.McKINNEY- B.C  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  C  ELIYD  Official Announcements.  .The official Gazette of 13th irist.contains the following notices of interest  to Greenwood : ;     '-.'������-.���-  Spring assize, City of Greenwood,  May 19th next.;   Civil and criminal.  license, commissioners   for   Green  wood:   John J. Caulfield aud  Charles  J. McArthur;  Collector of royalty on timber, cord-  wopd etc., with power to seize and sell,  Charles J. McArthur.  ji    POSTMAN. SrPORTMAN:;  .Proprietors  ASK FOR  Farewell-  . Capt. and Mrs I*acey of the Salvation  Army farewell on Sunday 30inst. Mrs.  Lacy's failng health since coming to  Greenwood has compelled�����this step.  She will rest in Spokane for a time.  Cadet Robinson will remain in Greenwood where she is highly esteemed;  -Capt. and-Mrs Lacey-have-made-many-  friends in Greenwood who regret their  departure.  j In addition to his regular work here  which has been conducted with energy  and earnestness. Capt. Lacy did a fine  bit of advertising for Greenwood in  his war-cry write-up.  j    The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops- Try  I It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles-by all the leading Hotel  i ����$, $^^'4.4'44'-&'H*' * '*'"** ^^ * ^ ^* **^  *  'WELL THAT'S FINE" *  ������"'. Is what' they all say about  ���*  *  + .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR.  4��  Impossible   to cut the  faces  shares ,  easily, quickly and cleanly,  Illustrated bookLet free.       Mail Orders prompt!}' filled,  Chinese vs Government  "TT  4��  -Sound 1. Chinese forced govern-  inent to their corner.    Foul claimed.  Round 2. Government agent got in  right hook, landing fair on the jaw,  and forced opponent over the ropes.  | McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company j  4> Wholesale Hardware Merchants,            -<$,  4�� 122 Cordova Street,         _       "/                      YAHCOUVER. B. C.      4>  <j�� '                                   '     '   ������ *?*  "2S!5Z%<iZ0<>0<>0'0<^^ *' 0<>0<>0<K>CK>0-(>0-(>0<XK>0<>0<>00000  gw<>0<><><KK>-C><>CK>-<>O<>��<>O<M><><XK:<��<>C^^ -1: <>00<>0-0<XK>CH3CK>0-C>000<>0<>00<>W  oaunoe & wsenwi  Can sell you  a  lot for a home in any part of town.  Can lend you money to build a home on easy terms.  Can insure your home in any ofthe following first-class Companies  ATLAS, GUARDIAN,  ROYAL, PHENtX OF  THEY ALSO DO A BIT  OF  LIFE,  FIOILITY,  AOOIDENT,  PLATE GLASS AND  STEAM  BOILER  INSURANCE.  UNION,  NORTHERN,  CANADIAN,  OONNEOTfOUT,  LONDON AND  LANCASHIRE,  BROOKLYN,  PHOENfX OF  HARTFORD,  NATIONAL OF  IRELAND.  ,0<X><><>C><>(>00<><>0-0-0<>0<>*0<><>0<>(^^  00<>000000000000<>CKKK>000<>OOP-00<>OOpoO<K>00<J^^  Special Cine of SWrt &fai$f$  75c are tbe best ualiie we Iwe  seen at tbe Price*  **<,  Try  rrr  TV?  TV?  rrr  rrr  rTi  rrr  eayy and  MIA-** TMVM.��>AMAI  I  rrr  rrr  Tfr  rrr  ."�������;��� Y  VV'J  ������.���'���A  vvv  ������"i-Y  rocenes  ��� ���  revisions  ���AT THE���  Y*H"  YtV  COMPANY, I/IMITBD.  rrr  rrr  ���rtr  'rfr  *H*Y  '?r?  mnix  ������#  Present a Rigb Klass Pcrformancc   0 r tbe Benefit of tbe  .    Pboenis General Rospital.  The ISntiM'talnmcnt n-llL  Consist  of a  Minstrel  Pirst  Part  of . (Jood  Choruses, Solo"  aud Uumic Soiiits.  Che Oldest and most Cim�� Uiorn Sokes Obtainable.  FboeniK miners' Union I?a!l, marcb 31 ana JBpril I.  Grand forks. Iliden's Opera Rouse, SIpril 3 and 4.  *���*  4IH>����<��  ��>������<>��  + * + *,6r*?9 + i  Ofc5)*stra ��f fiwe Pieces.  .Iinljr�� W. K- Williams.    . C. H. PlonA,      O. U. Tatro,      tl. D. Turner.       R. Horiwll.  H. Sontcrvillc.        W. SI. Cole.        J.C. HLulz,        V. Holmes.        A. Ci. Simp-son,  . W. H. -Ri>tlirock.       C. S. McK>.'ii7.ii:, ,    U'. J. Picrcu,-      V. I. CunU,       A. T. McKenzie,  .1. H. WliitB'.ide. bitilc Glacis Harrey.  Volunteer Ortlieser���Mrs.. Wil.liain I'ro^sU'Vi Allien Uiner. A. Alnistrom. Dan Blner.  -Under Cbc Stlaifsgeweett of mv. 3cl>n P. Rattienwav.  Musical Director      .   -Pror. Paul Kauffmana.   filaire Manager  Geo. R.   Mead.  llnsinessiMa.nsKer \V. B. -".Villcox.   Treasurer     Dr G. S. Gordon.  ITW.WLWIIMIff���g.-rr��ifl  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets . . $304,568,063.49 Surplus . . $66,137,170.01  H. ALLE3NBERO, Manage  605-606-607 Empire State Building-, -- ' Spokane, \Yash.  CHAULES T. KIPP. Casfiier-  Office Tel.  Brown, 2L1. Ru.sidcnce TcL. South, 801.  I


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