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 '"��� ' *: ; M ���'  /6l  1%  Vol. 7.  GEEEXWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1.0   1902.  No. 7.  Railway  Gommittes    Will  Consider Matters on 24th  MR. BLfllRIS INTERVIEWED  Hill is Ready to Build the Road Without a Subsidy.  r  "The visit of Hon.. A. G. Blair Minister of Railways aud Canals for this  province.has renewed interest in the  fight to remove restrictions against the  further construction of the V. V. &-E.  railway. It was at first thought that  Mr. Blair would visit this section and  personally inquire into the merits of  the V. V. & E- contention but his trip  is a hurried one and he has to be back  in Ottawa by the fifth. Consequently  he is unable' to visit this section.  Grand Forks sent delegates to Revelstoke to meet the Minister and the Sun  gives tke following report of their mission: ,  With  the  idea of giving additional  .strength    to   the   strong   resolutions  ..recently  passed  by mass meetings of  Grand'  Forks .and  Columbia,   urging  ��� the* .Dominion'-government' to  throw  . aside the injunctions  restraining the  V.  V. &  E. from  continuing   its  line  into    Grand Forks,  and   which  were  forwajded to   the railway, committee  at    Ottawa,   Mayor    McCallum:   and  Chas.   Cuthihgs  were'appointed a deputation   and   left    last    Friday    for  Revelstoke  to meet  Minister of Rail-.  ways. Blair  on  his. way .to ^yictoria.,.-  and lay the matter before him and  if  possible induce  him .to    visit    Grand  Forks.  While the minister- of railways is  unable to visit us, it will be readily  seen that the sending of the deputation  was a wise, move, as-evidenced by the  following' special dispatch to The  --���-Evening Sun from Messrs. McCallum  and Cumings :  "Revelstoke, B. C.  "October 6, 1902.  "Evening   Sun,  " Grand Forks, B.C.  " We met Hon. A.-G. Blair, minister  of railways, at Glacier today, and our  interview was very satisfactory. 'He  immediately wired the following to  Collingwood Scrieber, deputy minister  of railways, Ottawa : "Call a meeting  of the railway committee for Friday,  October 24th, at 3 o'clock p. m. Notify all parties in the matter regarding  the V; V. & E. crossing.���Signed. A.  G. Blair.  "Chas. Cuminrs.  "Neil MoCallum."  His Lordship Bishop A.   Dontenwill  .is expected in the city early next  week  and will administer Confirmation   and  bless  the new church bell   at 10 a.   ni.  Sunday, the 10th inst.  F re! Fire! W. A. Chappelle, better  known as "Old Cap," will act as Chimney Sweep, clean and set up your stoves  leave word at Pioneer Hotel or O.  I. C. New and 2nd hand store.  jf   Rev. Father L A. Bedard went over  ''    to   Nelson  yesterday,   (Thursday)    to  visit his  old   friend   Rev.   Father   J.  Altoff, the newly appointed Pastor  of  the Catholic Church of that place.  I. Robert Jacobs has purchased a half  interest in the Eholt meadows from  M. D. Hall. The Eholt meadows which  are situated about live miles above  the city contains several hundred acres  of first class land. The property was  purchased by Mr. Hall'about a year  ago and since then then he has added  many improvements. The land is very  rich and will produce large quantities  of farm products. I. Robert is an experienced agriculturalist. He was  raised on a farm in Glengarry and  spent the best years of his life following the plow.  Mines at Camp McKinney.  Lead Cut on ttie Dayton Claim -Good  Showing on tlie Nig-ht Hawk.'  Cami> McKinney, Oct. 8.���Hamilton  and Younkin now have the lead on the  Dayton claim, near Camp McKinney,  cut in three different places along a  distance of about 400 feet. On this  claim which is situate on the divide  between the main Rock creek and the  south fork of that stream, free gold  can be obtained by panning the oxidised ore cut in each of the deep  trenches or open cuts run atross what  is now regarded as the course of the  vein. The Dayton was under bond to  several Greenwood men some time  since, but they did not proceed after a  45 foot shaft passed out of the mineralized rock in which it had been started  Since then Hamilton and Younkin  have done a lot of surface work, chiefly  iii' cutting deep trenches, and now the  showing is so promising that enquiries  are being made with a view to getting  an option on the claim, which'certainly appears I o be well worth spending a  few thousand dollars on to prove  whether the generally good gold values that assays return can be maintained when the ore shall be treated in  bulk.  . There are other likely looking mineral claims in the neighborhood of the  Dayton that may be expected to attract  attention before long. Among these  are the Night Hawk, owned by Bush  and Luce ; Jim- Crow, owned by C. E.  Hamilton ; Le Roi, owned \>y James  Copeland ; War Eagle,,'belonging to  .Wm. Younliiii, and several'. others.  Two open cuts show a big^lead or dyke  of mineralized rock on the Night Hawk  from which'.assaj's ranging, from $6 to  $10 .have been obtain d. The rock is  -mineralized throughout with white and  yellow iron "sulphides,'aiid the copper  stains showing suggest the presence of  copper. A shaft sunk in .this big- body  would better determine the character  and value of the ore. There is copper  in the Jim Crow ore, also a. little silver  nndgold. The Le Roi and War Eagle  have pyrrhotite with values in gold,  silver and copper.  Looking Fop Coal  A. J, McMillan, managing-director  cttl^'SitovvShwe'Compaiiy'ahd-Jr'W^  Astley the .superintendent visited  the coal pleasures at Rock Creek this  week accompanied by Robert Wood  who owns the same. There are splendid indicatidns',o'f coal but little development has' been done. Now that the  Snowshoe Company intend erecting a  smelter they are ready to acquire coal  fiields near the proposed smelter.  Messrs. McMillan and Astley spent a  day in looking  over the   ground.  A Bank Magnate  B. E. Walker general manager of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce spent a  day in Greenwood this week. Mr.  Walker was making his first trip'to  the province since his bank squired  the Bank of B. C. He became acquainted, with his staff and looked into  business conditions. He was much impressed by the industrial activity in  the Boundary. He visited the Granby  smelter and those at Greenwood and  also the big mines.  A Pleasant Smoker.  Thursday evening the miners employed at the Mother Lode held an enjoyable smoker in the-comfortable hall  at the mine.-. Among those present  were Frederic Keffer manager Of the  B. C. Copper Company and Geo. F  Dougherty Secretary of the Union.  The evening was spent very sociably  and the smoker is'likely to be the first  of many that will be held during the  winter.  si/Film ron \  ill lUil  A Boundary Falls Rancher  Wants Damages  II I8HIII  Jury Decides That He is not Entitled  to Any;  A sitting of the County Court was  held in Greenwood on Tuesday last.  His Honor Judge Leamy presiding.  Several cases were tried, the most important being one in which S.T. Smith  was the plaintiff and Mark Christensen  the defendant. Both' are ranchers living near Boundary Falls. -. A. M.  Whiteside appeared for the plaintiff  while McLeod & Brown looked after  Mr. Christehsen's interests. The case  was a jury one, with the following  jury : I. Robert Jacobs (foreman),'  Tho��. Walsh, J. L. Coles, P. W, George  and Frank McLean.  From the evidence it appeared that  one George Munroe held a pre-emption  about one-half mile from Boundary  Falls. Alongside S. T. Smith had a  pre-emption. Smith applied for a  water record on McCarren creek, the  water to be used for irritration.' This  application was opposed by Munroe.  Finally an agreement was drawn up  between Munroe and Smith, under  which both got what was practically a  joint record. Under this agreement  Smith was to construct a flume across  Munroe's pre-emption.to his own 'place  and from the flume Munroe was to  have one hundred inches of water on  every Monday, and one-half .inch on  other days. Munroe assigned his in  terest in the pre-emption'and the agreement to Mark Christensen. Smith  started to build the flume last May,  and finished it in August. Christensen  claimed that the flt\me was built so  bndly that it would not hold water ;  that wat.er overflowed over his land,  ruining his.'potato crop and also flooding his premises. To protect his crops  and property he turned, the water off.  :Suiitir:i:h��ri-applied--for--and=sectired an  interim injunction restraining Chris-  tenson from interfering with the flume  and sued for damages amounting to  $750. Christensen set up counter claim  of damages and applied for such relief  as ;the court might see fit to give  against a. badly constructed flume.  Several witnesses were called and  the jury on Wednesday morning visited tbe farms and examined the flume.  The case went to the jury iu the afternoon. They returned a verdict dismissing the case.  Matkeson���Noble.  h  A ten roomed furnished house. Kim-  berley avenue. Reasonable rental.  Address A.B.C. Times oflice.  The Riverside Livery .Stable has beeu  opened between Gold and Silvcrstreets  neat McNeill's fred store with-A. G.  Davies   as   manager.    The  stable, has  Donald J. Matheson, the popular  postmaster at Phoenix and Miss Sarah  Noble ofthe same place were married  early Tuesday morning,by Dr, McRee.  The happy couple drove to Carson to  catch the train for Spokane where the  honeymoon will be spent. Mr. Matheson is postmaster and City clerk at  the dinner bucket town aud has a large  number of friends who extend congratulations and with whom the Times  joins.   Miss V. Moffat left on Saturday last  for. the coast, where she intends to become a trained nurse. Miss Moffat  was in th: Vernon & Nelson Telephone  company's service since they opened a  central office in Greenwood, and the  patrons of that institution presented  her with a purse as a token of their appreciation of her services. Miss Moffatt was accompanied to Spokane by  her sister, Miss Bessie, who took iu the  Interstate Fair during the visit.  LOCAL   AND   PERSONAL.  Thursday, the 10th, i.s Thanksgiving i !9 IS  Day.  Jas.    McCreath   is   at the  Spokane  Fruit Fair.  There are ten patients at the Sacred  Heart  Hospital.  Fire Chief Hallet  is taking in the  Spokane Fruit  Fair.  E. Jacobs paid  a ttisit  to Camp McKinney on Sunday  last.  Great bargains in  si aple and  fancy  groceries at Bannerman  Bros.  Mrs.   Hugh    McCutcheon   returned  from Kamloops on .Saturday last.  Bannerman     Bros.' are closing out.  They are offering" groceries-at coat.  The  infant child  of Mr.   and  Mrs.  Chas. Peterson died on Sunday  last.  F. W. Swinburne of Gamp McKinney  was herein a business visit this week.  For sale the finest 6 foot show cases  in   the land.    2nd Hand  A. L.  White  & Co.   R. A. Bambridge of the C.P.R. engineering staff was over from Nelson  this   week.  SS���$10���SIS��� Sewing machines for  sale or rent A. L. White & Co. New  O.  I. C.   Store.  Mrs. Forbes Kirby of Grand Forks  and Miss Tingley of Ashcroft are visiting Mrs.   Mathison.  ,,$75���$150���$200���Pianos for sale or  rent,-"-A^I<. White New.and 2nd hand  store opposite A. H. Sperry Go.   -  Sandy Canierou has purchased an  interest in the Midway Livery stable  and the Greenwood Curlew stage line.  ' Help! Help! fix up this D���- old  stove, "Nit" says I, "Trade it of to 2nd  Hand White or get'Old Cap' to set it  up.": '      "   '.'  Thos. McAttley returned last week  from Kamloops wnere he saw "Jolly  Jack'i��convfor-t-abl.yl"settled���in ^the���Old-  Men's home,  J. H. Mathot, of the Customs service,  and H. Walker Harris, of the Hunter-  Kendrick company, are taking in the  Fruit Fair. ���'"  W. L. Reid a merchant of Fernie  who recently sold out his business  there was in the city this week looking  For a new location."  The.Rev. EatJ&'s J. Welch of Ross-  lanc1,"?a'hcl "I}.'*Bticher of Grand Forks  were the gjtesf�� of Rev. Father J. A.  Bedard tli is. wjeek.  f*V,   On the njght of Thanksgiving Day  Boundary?Valley Lodge, I. O. O. F.,  will he atpioin'o to members and friends  in the lodge room.  some good drivers  and saddle  horses,   aud spend the winter iu New Zealand  Capt. Stanhope a brother of Philip  Stanhope i.s here from New Zealand.  Philip Stanhope  will return with   him  "Hello, Bill." answer to the call "advertise." Note us, theO. I. C. New &  Second Hand Store, A. L. White & Co.  opposite A.   H. Sperry  Co.  Neck broke, eyes out, house upside  down. "Old Cap" will clean your  chimney etc. etc. Leave word at  Queen's Hotel or O. I. C. New & second  hand store.  E. Semerad received this week  several loads of Okanagan fruit  direct from the ranches. The shipment was trie largest ever received in  Greenwood and affords a big variety  of fruit at reasonable prices for preserving.    Lost.  On Thursday last between Phoenix  and Greenwood one Coonskin Glove.  Finder will please return to H. A. King  & Co. and receive  reward.  Too Warm to Ship Black  Bass From the East.  iipirac  Are Afraid the Bass Will Eat Trout  and Salmon.  A. N. Pelly came home singing1 the  old song-, of the Jolly Priest "For tomorrow will be Friday and we got no  fish today." He went to Revelstoke to  get a tank of Black Bass sent out by  thedominion government to stock Long  Lake. When Mr. Pelly reached there  he received word that owing to the exceptionally warm weather in the east  the fisheries department considered it  unsafe to ship aud promised to notify  Mr, Pelly as: soon as the weather  would get cool enough to admit of safe  shipment.  The Vancouver Province is the authority for the statement that the canners do not want Black Bass.    It says:  Black bass should not be imported"  from the east and placed in waters accessible to deep sea salmon and trout,  according to the opinion of prominent  canners and others representing large  invested capital of the salmon canning  industry  in British  Columbia. ������*..-  So strong are the convictions of the  cannerymeu upon the question that  communications protesting against the  stocking of British Columbia waters  with black bass have been addressed  to Hon. Jaines Sutherland, Minister of  Marine'and Fisheries in the Dominton  Cabinet. '���'-���'- '���'-'   ' '.-���,������       -'������:���'"'  Gardom���Haynes.  Reginald Gardom Cus.oms officer at  Midway and Miss Susan B. Haynes  were married at the residence of the  bride's mother the Lancashire House  Midway 011 Saturday last, Kev. Father  Bedard officiating. Only the immediate friends of the.contracting parties  were present. The bride was the recipient  of many   presents.  Socialist Meeting.  Greenwood Socialist League have  arranged to start regular weekly meetings lirst meeting to be held at City  Hall on Friday evening Nov. 7th. A  good programme will be given. All  are cordially invited to attend.  A. S. Embree,  Sec.  Willliam Don uie, Superintendent of  the C, ��t N. was here this week.  David Bannerman and Frank Lewis  will open a livery stable in a few days.  Mr, Lewis is away buying some first  class roadster* and caddie horses and  new buggies.  W. J. Robertson, who had charge of  the Yale-Coiunibia Lumber company"!*  ollice here, has been promoted to the  head office at Nakusp. He has been  succeeded by Gus Luff, an old time  mill man in the district.  Last Friday evening the members of  the Greenwood Masonic Lodge were  hosts at a delightful dance given in  the lodge room. The hall was prettily  decorated. There was a very large  crowd present, and all enjoyed themselves, ft was the first of many similar affairs to be held during the winter.  The ladies of the Presbyterian  church held a very successful at home  on Wednesday evening. A splendid  ' programme was carried out. Refresh-  I ments were served on tables decorated  j in all the colors of the rainbow. The  j effect was exceedingly pleasing, and  i added to the good things provided for  j the inner man. There was a large  p number present, and the entertainment  i was a financial success. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  ��     UNION    { THE BEST WORKMANSHIP ��  * LABEL   C EVERYTHING GUARANTEED. ��  * on all        ��   O  ft   Garments.     > CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING DONE.   *  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  SHOULD BE ORDERED WOW ��  THE LATEST GOODS  THE LOWEST PRICES.  W. ELSON,  COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD.   Merchant Tailor  OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEI,,  Information Wanted.  Information is wanted of the address  of Frank Kbrnohan, formerly of  Edmonton, N. W. T., who about two  years ago was a resident of the City of  Greenwood, B. C. A small legacy has  been left in his favour.  HALLETT & SHAW,  Solicitors, Etc.  Greenwood, B .C, Sept 24th, 1902.  For o Sale.  ���' Scrip for 160 acres of 'land,   ; Apply  at this office.  We have just received a fine line of  new harness and all parts of harness,  saddles, bridles, spurs,- whips, snaps,  etc; . The O. I. C. New & 2nd' hand  store, A. L. White & Co.  <K>0000000<XX>0<>000<>0000<KHM>(K)<K>0<X>COO<XM>00��<>bOO<><>00^  00<><>00<>000000<XK>000<>0<>00<>0��K><>0<XW^  I��  I  Established 1836.     Incorporated by Royal Charter.  CAPITAL,   A000,0OO--$41866,666.66  Reserve FuimU365iOOO--$1,776,333.33  HE AD  :   London England.     H. STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal.  Branches and agents In all the principal cities of Canada and the United Statoa,  and correspondents in all parts of tbe world.  GREENWOOD BRANCH:   Copper Street.  O<>0<>0<>0��00000<>0<><>00<>0<><>0<>��*<>00<>00^  00*>00<><>��<><><><K>000<>0��0<>0<>0��0*<><>��0<>^^  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���werv Triday -  OVKCA.N Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pan Ybar $ 2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 SO  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1905.  A PICTURESQUE CAREER.  The death of R. E. L. Brown which  took place at Phoenix, Arizona last  week removed a picturesque figure  from the Western mining world. The  grim messenger came at the early age  of 37 years, if life were to be measured  by years; but "Barbarian" as he was  familiarly called crowded a lot of life  into every year of his existence. In  South Africa matching his genius  and his energy against the atubborn.  Boers, on the stock exchange, in the  maelstrom of speculation, in the Boundary country inventing in mining properties, in fact wherever he went he was  the same Barbarian���brilliant, eccentric, picturesque. He made fortunes  in a day and lost them the next. It  was a man like Mr. Brown that might be  expected to have a five million dollar  claim againat the Transvaal Government aud it was only one of those  vagaries of the Goddess of Chance that  he should not live to see if John Bull  would be more just than Oom Paul.  The Spokesman Review is the au-  "thorit^foFthe statement that R;~E7 1Z  Brown sold a two-thirds interest in his  five million dollar claim to Lord Strath-  cona before the latter equipped the  Strathcona's Horse. Lord Strathcona  is an enthusiastic British subject but  he is also a keen business man. Seut-  iment is sentiment but business is  business. It would be characteristic  cf Barbarian to go to Lord Strathcona  and point out that there was a big  sum of money involved that he would  have more influence with the Imperial  Government than Brown could have  and that there was enough in claim  if paid to divide up. Of course  if there is any truth in the statement,  the sending of Strathcona's Horse to  South Africa was a master stroke of  -business. What government would  refuse the claim of a man who spent  his own money iu equipping a regiment to fight the battles of the Empire.   CHANGING THE VENUE.  not be ti ied in another without a  special application to the' court. It  sometimes happens that in the opinion  of the prosecution,or the defence a fair  trial cannot be secured where the case  originates. Under such circumstances  if the judge is convinced that a fair  trial cannot be secured he allows the  case to be tried in another county. No  such application was made in the Eholt  case, nor was there any necessity for  the change of venue. The only reason  that can be offered is that the Nelson  lawyers are hungrier than those in the  Boundary, and claim everything in  sight. It may be good business, but it  is bad law and a dangerous precedent  to establish.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Why should cases arising in the  County of Yale be tried in the County  of Kootenay ? Not even a lawyer can  answer the question, but nevertheless  among the case* tried at the recent  assizes at Nelson were two which orig  inated* at Eholt. Two men who  were committed for theft appeared at  the Nelson assizes for trial. We do  not claini to be learned in law, nor  have we an accurate knowledge of all  its intricacies, but we think the ordin  ary layman is acquainted with the fact  that a ca��e arising in one fcdunty can  A PECULIAR VOTE  Private advices from Fernie state  that the men are dissatisfied with the  vote recently taken there. It will be  remembered that when the settlement  was effected, it was arranged that the  men should go back to workvfor sixty  days and at the end of that time a vote  was to be taken to see whether the  qien wanted the old. system or not.  The 60 days expired on October 4th and  the vote was taken at the Company's  office. The system for taking the rote  was an extraordinary one. Two ballot  boxes were placed in the office over  one of which presided the general manager of the company and another official  of the company was at the other.  When the men came in to vote, they  were told that all who were in favor of  returning to the old system should  deposit their ballots in one box and  those against in the other. Naturally  many of the men did not want to  show the company how they would  vote and 108 of the men refrained from  voting. Notwithstanding the palpable  open voting 129 voted against a return  of the old system and 33 for it. The  men are demanding a secret ballot and  in all probability a second ballot will  be taken.  Examination for Engineers  Under the Amendment to the Boiler  Inspection Act passed during the recent sitting of the legislature, all who  have charge of steam boilers in the  province, must have certificates of  competency from the Chief boiler Inspector John Peck. For the convenience of engineers examinations were  held at different centres in the province. M'r. Peck and Geo. O. Mad-  igan, inspector for this district began  au examination in the city hall, Greenwood, on Saturday last. About fifty  candidates took ;he examination which  was both oral and written. The exam*  ination continued until Wednesday..  Death of Mrs. Punch.  The wife of James Punch of Phoenix  died on Tuesday night...after a long illness. The deceased was well known  in the district and at New Westminster,  where they formerly lived. She leaves  a husband, one son and a number of  daughters, the eldest of whom is the  wife of P. J. Dermody, foreman at the  Granby mines. The funeral took place  from the family residence Wednesday  morning, Rev. Father Bedard officiating. A very large number of people  followed the remains to the Greenwood  cemetery.  \Jl lniiu  Delicious Peaches, Plums,  Pears and Apples at prices that  are right for preserving ; also  Tomatoes. You can't do better  than to buy from us.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer.  Copper Street," Greenwood.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  | ABEL    -.:-���--���":;  I HALLBERG  X        , 'Begs to announce that he  ���j. has purchased the stock of  T- Q. Butler and will open  up in a few. days with a  complete stock of  HARNESS  and SADDLE?  and everything that is to  be found in a first-class  harness shop.  '.   Call on him for prices.  Repairing :oI air Rinds  ��� Done.  I    '  ABEL HALLBERG. |  $ COPPER STREET. ��������  Ji BAMAM  PACIFIC BLOCK,       Copper St.  SELLS  FRESH FRUITS,  CONFECTIONERY,  CIGARS  and T0CACC0S.  tr "tr ��p sF ff if Sf ��r fi" $*" tf" f f v ** ����* ff  Agent for the delicious  Hazelwood Ice Cream   Cosy Parlors.  Don't forg-et the place In   the   Pacific  block next to Windsor Hotel.  -*a��s^sK THE :^te!**-  Copper Street.  c����  1 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. |~  MEAI.S AT ALli HOURS  PRIVATE  ROOMS  FOR  LADIES.  Charles R. Pittock,  TRY OUR  COPFB 5  r.  jPjf  if JP  %%���  *&  *>%  jpjfjPjPifjf jPspjpjPjpjp jf jpjf  j? j? j? jp i? jf *������ j? j? jp j? jf jp jp ip  5?_    R GRIEGER, Manager.  J* J* J* JXJ* J* J* J* J* jA J* J* J* J* J* J* Jt  $P ��P |P JP JfP IP |P JP JP JP JP JP JP JP IP SP ��T  jtj* j*jit ^ jt j* jt j* ## j* j* j* j* ji ju  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  Mi  Mi  fefc  W��  fcfc-  fefc  Mt  fcfc  fcfc  < Mi  W��  Mi  Mi  �� �� �� �� �� �� ������� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� ��  |P |P |P |P {P IP IP ** IP |P If 1? IP I? IT I? IT  * * * Pabst and  *;:* ;���* Mgary Beer  %   "   ���' Is now in full swing.    Try our     . ��  ! BULK OYSTERS. I  Imported by us direct from the beds,  and of good quality.  A   carload  Thanksgiving.  Strictly  fresh     $  *  *  *  of   Dressed   Poultry   now   en   route for     %  ��  *  P. Burns $ ��e.  Send us your orders at once.  s��������i��**��***0a����������*������jO)��#ft*��*������**��tt����������******��**<>��  .:~jn,>:.m.:..:~:~3^~k^  ���> y  i  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  %    COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD.  <~X*H":~X"H^~H^^^  A Carload of Stoves  Just received, consisting of Steel Ranges, Cook Stoves,  both Coal and Wood Heaters, Queens, Box Stoves, &c.  A long, cold winter is ahead of us. You may as well  be comfortable and get anew Stove. We also repair  old ones.  A CARLOAD OF PEARL OIL  En route.    Orders now taken for future delivery.  GROCERIES..^�����  The cleanest and freshest stock in the city. Hazelwood  and Chilliwack Butter, Nabob Tea, R.-L.-C. Co.  famous Mocha and Java Coffee always in stock.  A CLEARANCE SALE  Of Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slippers, One Dollar only  for any pair of Low Shoes in the house. See display  in window.  V  RUSSELL--LAW-*CAULFIELD CO  LIMITED, i����zssgiiiiiimiiniy  r  1/  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK ' TIMES.  1 ~ - IPI 12 . B  w  $ u    4^" f>^ id �� wjal fa II 0 0 fe ^  ^ f.l N    ii.Ti* , �� k   wi;?  fe pi [|S 1 S=  l-SS"*: r^4 a"*wrt 1?* w ��  1 lUUhiLUU        maLimild   ���>! ���  tl  rMZT-Jt-aazux warn eii a i * hw��*tm ���:���  A List  of Firms Who  Are  Doing  Business in &j~*  Greenwood. t  BANKS.  THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  F. J. Finucane, ��� Manager.  THE MART.  Gaunce & Vvickwikk.  Real Estate.    Money   to   Loan.    Fire  Life and Accident Insurance.  Vm fllwior.-r; n.mlrn  liinG iiiiiiibilbC ill ilil) Ollf.  Green v.-nod   is  the  fin ancinl  and commercial centre of the ;E  iJnun(l;.!ry Creek District.    It is the   supply  point  for the 8^  Mining camps.    From   the  city  roads lead to Greenwood. &z  Deadwood,   Copper,  Summit,   Long-Lake, Skylark, White 8^  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creekcampa. *~:  For prices of lots and other  information address ....<. '..  -Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway; Greenwood    {B  :���tszar^vcfzwr,*?^'  THE BANK   OF  BRITISH NO RTH  ;."���.'���     AMERICA.  "W..G. H. Belt,       -   '.-'-.-.    Manager.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.-  Henry F. Mytton,        -       Manager.  ���(*������  ���-DRY'GOODS-AND CLOTHING-.  "���   .'-,-��� RENDELL & CO.,  Dealers in Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes.'.Mason & Risch  Pianos., etc., etc.  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  , Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., Limited.  Gsneral Merchandise,  Copper Street,  '���;. Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL--LAW--CAULFIELD-eO.,  ,','.'' LIMITED.  Dealers  in  Hardware,   Groceries   and  - Furnishings.  JEWELLRY^  -<���;MILLER BROS. -,  -    Jewellers aud Opticians.  '���������*.'���      S. BARRY %lfS,"^.'^^  Practical Watchmaker   and   Je-vellur.  Greenwood, B. C.  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS_& CO.,  'Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  CANDY FACTORY.  C. V   SEMERAD,  Candy Factory and Ice Cream Parlors,  STATIONERY, ETC  SMITH & McRAE,  Dealers   in   Stationery,   Blank   Books,  Wall-Paper, Tobaccos,   Confectionery.  H.*B. MUNROE,     ���  Dsaler iu  Confectionery,   Stationery,  Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc.  J. L. COLES,  Stationery,   Newspapery,  Periodicals.  H. A. KING & CO.,  Tobaccos,   Cigars,   Smokers Sundries,  Books, Newspapers and Pericdic Us.  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  ���..      THE GEM RESTAURANT,    ,  C. R. Pittock, - Proprietor.  FURNITURE.  T.  M. GULLEY & CO-  Dealers in Furniture, Carpets and  Linoleums, etc.  BREWERiES.  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  Portman & Portjiax,        Proprietors.  In draft or bottles at nil leading  hotels.  TAILORING.  ���WILSON ..'& CO.  Merchant Tailors..-     - G-reenwood, St.  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.        Opp. Windsor Hotel.  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E.  SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood. B. C.  '���isiaa. rawr*. ���m-.nmn*r*j  DRUGGISTS.  ; ' J. L. WHITE,  Druggist, .     ��� Copper St.  3W3i*KII��l(=.-*��'��*Sfc#-��'W�����**rsr>  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  ;    FRED B. HOLMES,  Ag'eut,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for  storiuff.fjoods.  -..  P.O. Box 25     Residence'oppi city hall.  REAL ESTATE-AND INSURANCE.  BEALEY INVESTMENT & TRUST  COMPANY, Limited.  Grorgr R, Nadicn,        ���      Manag-er.  Insurance, Miu'cs, Stocks, Ren 1 Estate.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW  Bakkistrkk, Solicitors, -  :*:;���'' ; jjt '�� '    ;NqT.CRms Public.  Caf>!ft .AiiilJcs's-:'" MAirJLKTT.'','���".- .."���'��� ?.:,'  1nl,s  J IJc-dfonl WN'oiil's   Greenwood,  I i\I ureiii.tr &-Neiil's _   _  [ Luibcr's.   -        . B' c*  1. II.   HALLKTT.  H. C. SHAW.  IIJIQLEOD & BROWN  Rakktstrks and Soucitoks, -  NotAKtEs Pubuc, Etc..  0"u-es: Wallaco-MUlyr bUick,-Cupper street.  tJroen\vt".Kl, V..C.  J. R.JJkown. . .1. V. McLeoh.  QHARLES AE. SHAW,  ��� Civir, Engineer,.'  .^^^^.r_^^^.-DOMl^.'-iON---^=A^D^^.PRO^IKGIAI>  Lash Siisvkvos.  iSRSSNWOG.0,    ;       :       ;       ;    S.   O.  A.-E. ASHOROFT.'  DoniiniDi! and  ���Pfovisci.il  L.-.nS Surveyor.  Mining and BnghK.rir.f; Surveys.  Ui-derg-ciiiid V/prk a Specialty.  ^.Vooil Block fne.^t Cu-stonis-ofiicc.)' -;  '      GREENWOOD, E.-C.  MINERAL ACT 1S96.  Certificate of Improvement.   -  NOTICE.  "SILYKR OOLT.AR-' Mineral  Claim, situate  ��� in tin- Kettle l\iv.-r Miniitif Division <if Yrili;  Dii-trict.    Vi'livre loori'ci :    Abcnt live miles  ^(.riii uf C-inyou A->.->.'k :r,;i\ al'.-'ut iw-.i r.nl-r:s  Witstof tl!-... M'.'J,- KJit'i-; i.Iivor.  '"pAKK XOT'Ci:   !i-..!i '..������:, Ch:i\-A--. X.-,vm:it!.  I'lVU Miiii'l''.-'i:::i"l'i'.i"il ��� .'-,"���'.. I'. !,..;.,':;'.!:(', .I:u-i.;��  l'i''h'!'s..ii, n! [Iu> .-.'-,:���..'��� :':-'-.-.���. 'A ::-.-c Mine-; A.  Av.'.'i ;i.:aU- ';<u. '.'..-) *l.W... i,:;-u i. :',y.\\ .lays lr...;ii  the d;ii<. iu.-1'o.if.-i-i appiy A, ti;,- Mjnin'r Klc  onlor fi.r :i Ci'i'i: (:..:;lti-. -'.i i [;'.i-;-o\o'.:;.; j;is 5->r  the inirpose uf tiUU'.ini.i*-'' a vs'-.'.vii Giant tu  llir.- abiiv.. claim.  A.ul furtlier i:\U-: iiotico thru I'.ctiriit, titirler  sectimi .i'.*. must oa coiinii'.'nce.i bofu-rc tbe issuance, ol" such C--r! iii.-rite uf Tm.M'oveiner.'.s.  Datv.l lhis:tlst ii*iy of May. A. 1)., 1 ���'.'���>.  CMAKJ/KS XKWMAX,  JAt'Oi;  i'KTEKSCX.  Last issue Xtiv   ii.  CSI'TiFi^AT?. -'(? ~>.r"' ^ :i')'r':: A-^"-���"-'-.  KdVKlV..  '���XlCKLli PJVATK" Min.-r.ii Cl.iisi, ���.itiia-i  in ilie KtttU; I:i v����� l- Mi Aij riii-isii.i: uf  Y-.-.W. i.>:strici.. Wbere iu,-ai-.i : ��� .\iu;ii five  iiii.e-' N'uali ,.��;' O.ir.y:. r. ���;'m-.-!-: aa.-l .Li.iaT. tv-.'i.  .liuics A'esl ot liie Main  i\-.:t; i-. i^iver,  "pAKE :���; ''TICK Ui.".-'.VV. Cinrles Xev.nian.  I.      N. li. L'l'lvrsDn aif-l ,'..'���.. :,iiib..'.:',.--. ai!   u!'  C:i'.ui)   McX ianeV   m   ike. .'...ui    !.ii-visi(ni.   rree  r.Ii'ler's Uei f i-i-. aae I\es.  ]'-  ^mfm??mn?nH!!n??iifi?iu!!ftm!?m  Hr5-  ����*  Sj%9  3  =3  -��#  ����  IMC Jfflllcb Lutlpcl  **-  MONTREAL, OUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURBRS OF  4.    ROCK BRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE   2  nm^.,,.,,.,^^^^ DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM-   ^  PRESSORS . .  ?! n*3Bn��MltJ5��^;*iSf>*  Rf||ipf?Q      MOIQTQ      P>liMI>f4      ^tC      COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS ^  sjvSF��itj��\^,  aiviijlij,   b %JmCi3,  s^il,               of all kinds. cz2  Agents For 'Fi-.c Bullock Diamond Driiis.                                                                      STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND. ���*  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiuiuiiiiHiuyuiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiaiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiium  ��7:  ���==;=���-���"'^-^-"-^-^*ui'.----^"w^i*-!i^^��i--rt*,=iMS=[:a: f-r*-^ Iti-fii^*'   '     ^5^-13 '~r^'*"       I'S^  Ii-.=fr.��yi^s3  aegggg ESaSi  ��� ���& T-4'^-*  ���mmmk  m-      v-;-.a  ^ssmgg^  ������i-i  ,^��l  ir  ���p  ^^SS^SSs  fe li H ^ es  Jf  -���^ias&  fc^iSiti^S.i>Z2i��5l       E^<  i  I ML- i fiLi|iTfi-.a-iiA  l'"M"I'"f^-"l  rs"7^-.   //^   !: ?a  g   jf.   ^  If M  ^Ii  ��W  ^  ��L  ^ r*:;  i'l  /Ay^���A r A  .���."->'     "-c-l-^  ��-,    "Ss"^^        J^?"  JftJ  1  a  m  %>:Sm*  w  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  THE GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  R. GrrigEK, Manager.  Agents for Pabst  and  Calgarj- Beer.  if  VI  i -.-uarKS- of :a:,;il C.-: . : ,'���-.:.! : ������:   ;  ',:>;.vi��.'<i'.s :���  : PATf'-'tC--:  A.Ti-'.r.  Li'  D.-i-cil f,!i, Sist .lav -.1 Ma.-.. A. D-  1-  Last issae Xnv. .��.'.  s^   i   A .U   t    i.  fe  ���gp^p *^"fj| 5=^--/fl"s  fi    &^* %^i t^ m  �� �� ��  @'i  Do Win use Hia...- iJibi.'ion' Tea  .Ho 9  } Do Vi THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  .-.���4���  ?->%<&t&"f?:*?-  NOTICE.  To    TIIK    STBAM     tJSKRS     A.SII   li-XO. IN IE KKS   O I'  IJoUNPAKY   DlSTIilCT.  AN EXAMINATION" fur Enu-iiuws Cerli-  ficalc.s. iimlrr Si-ciimi 3s .-inri 3d of the  "Stcuii LuiU'i Inspection" Act, T'Oi. will lie  hi-lil in Selunil nrom, (IreciHvuutl, coiuiueiieinj/.  Oct- .(Ili.tU 'I :i. iu.  Camlidatcs will lie rei|iiiri-:l to furnish written lolim .iiiiils of scrvici! lo i|iialify for jriade  :ipp ii'd f- r.  Tlie Httumldii t f steam users is called lo  Section ."5. wliicli states 'hat no person shall be  employed as Engineer who does not hold a  certiiicate.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "ROU ROY''   Mineral  Claim, situated in   tne  Kettle River Mininir "livision of Yale District.     Where  located :      Pro  idunce ("reel;  camp, west of and adjoining "Iron  Mountain" mineral claini.  TAKE NOTICE thai  I.  James   Alexander  Macdonold. aciinir as a vent fur James J.  ..Warren,, Free Miners Certilicaie   No   H.V7360,  "hnetitl,  sixty   (Ittys from   tliu  date   Iiereof   lo  Apply to,the Mining Keeonler for n Curlilk-iilc  '>' Improvements for Ilie ptirposu of til.ituiniug  Crown (jruiit of the hIma-c claim  - And furtlier lake notice tlnil aclion, ttndor  Roelion 37.   in tint  be  commenced   before   the  iBSimnce of ��uch Certi " '���ntc of Improvement  Dated this 22nd day of September,A. D., iW2.  J. A. MACDONALD  in. ,"i  ERAL ACT.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To  John   F. Johnson  and  any others   concerned.  Ynv are. hereby notified lliat I have expended  in labor and impruvements un the Uncle Iiiiii  mineral claim in Sl.vlarl, camp, in tile Kettle  Kivur Mining' Division of Yale District. IJriti.-h  Columbia, Ihe sum oi'One Htiiulred Dollars.ami  J2.50 for recurdiiit' tlir same, such lieiny the  aitiutuit required and nccessarv lo hold thesaid  claini for tile year elidine; the  1st day of J inie.  , . .. -   your por-  tior. of such expenditure, uanielv 5.14.16. ui-  jrutliur Willi nil costs of uilveriisinu*. your interest in said mineral elaini shall become in-  ,vest(*d in mefyonr co-(^\-ner'i upon filitiir in the  proper oflice in'that behalf the affidavit iv-  (juii'ed bv Section 4 of the--Miuer.il Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated litis 20th dav of June, 1902.  EMANUEL PASTRONE.  Last publication Sept. 20.  To Charles N. Collins, or to any person or persons to whom he may have transferred his  j interest in the Amnntly miueral claim, sit-  , uate in the Kettle River Mining Division of  | Yale District, in the Province of British  | Columbia, and to all other co-owr.ers in  j      said mineral claim.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  I the sum of One hundred (JhU! dollars iu each  oi" the years WW, woo and l'Ml iu wo-'k, labor  and improvements upon the above men tinned  mineral claim in order to hold the same under  ��� the provisions of the "Mineral Act," K. S. II. C,  Cap. 13?. and amendiutr Acts, and If within  ninety ('Ml days from tile dale of this notice you  fail or refuse tu contribute your portion of such  expendituie, together with all costs of adver-  tisiuu-, your interest iu the said mineral claim  will become vested iu and the property of the  undersigned under Section 4 of the Mineral Act  A mend input Act, 1900.  Daled at Kossland,  IJ. C,  this 19th  dav of  June, 1902.  - JAS. HUNTER.  Date last publication Sept. 20.  ^i^^^M**!^^^^ 4 #4*4*4.4.4*4*4,4*4*4.^  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To George Beardsley of Greenwood, B. Cand  any person' or persons tc whom he may  have have transfencd his interest in the  "L. S " Mineral Claim, situate inSkylark  Camp in the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.  Yi >U A HE hereby notified that I. have expended $205.00 in order to hold the said  mineral claim under ihe vrovisio..K of ilie  Mineral Act, tli;.\t you should contribute SUI2.S0  a< your portion of ihe said sum for vour undivided one half interest in said claim and if  within'III days from the first insertion of this  notice you fail orieluscto contribute the sum of  .S1O2.F0'which is-' now due by you, tog-ether with  all costs of-dveitisinir. your interest in the said  mint-rat claim will b. come the property of the  subscriber under section four of an Act entiiled  the-'Miueral Act Amendment Act," 1900.  Dated at (.ireeuwood. !>. C, the. 26th dav of  September, W02.        RORKRT DEMPSTER,  1'irst insertion f-'ept. 26.  Last insertion Dec. 20.  :   MINERAL. ACT.-  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICK.  No. 9 and No. IS Mineral Claims situate in the  Kettle River Miuintr Division of Yalo District. Where located Central camp.  TAKK NOTICE thai I, C. A. E. Shaw as  airent for the Vancouver and Boundary  Creek Developing'nod Mining company. Limited Liability, Free Miners Certiiicate"No U 55-  45+' intend," sixty days from the date hereof, to  abply to the Mininir Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the mirpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the abovcclaims.  And  further take netice  that action, under  section  37,  must be commenced before the issuance of Mieli Certificate of Improvements.  Daled this 3rd dav of Julv, A. D. 1902.  First issue July l". C. A. E. SHAW.  4*  4>  Is what they all say about T  * .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR. +  4>  e  A'  4-  Impossible   to  cui   the   faces   shaves  easily, quickly and  cleanly,  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  #  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  TACOMA Mineral claim situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Osoyoos District.  Where located : Near Houndary Falls and  adjoining the Don't Know mineral claini.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Sydney M. Johnson  acting as ag'eut for Sain J. Jensen, Free  Miner's Certiiicate N'o. ]5 41799 and Annie  Christeusoii. Free Miner's Certilicaie No.  H 54915, intend sixty days from the  dale Iiereof. to apply to the Mining Kecorder  tor aCertificate of Improvements, for tliu purpose of obtaining a crown grunt of the above  claim.  And further take notice tli.it aclion, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie is-  suanceof such certilieatenf iniprovements.  Dated this Gth dav of Julv, A. )">.. 19C2.  Sept. IS. '   SYDNEY M, JOHNSON  McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  4��  It  1    4*     122 Cordova. Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.     4>  ����>*$�� ���%> *?* 4* ������$* *frt *#> ���f3 *?* *f"l fy *$"f�� *$* *!**?* *?* # ^ *P *��* 4s "f'fw  MINERAL ACT. . ���  Certiffcate of Improvements. ���..'���<.[  NOTICE.  TAMO'SHANTEK Mineral Claim, 'situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Osovoos  District. Where located : In Deadwood  Camp adjoining the Heibert Spencer.  TAKE NOTICF that.I. Svdney M..Johnson  actii - as agent for H.'E. MacdoneH, Free  Miner's Cei     licatc No".B50801, A. M. Mcintosh,  Free Miner      Certificate No.  B50349. John  A.  Kirkpatrick.Free Miner's Certificate No, U3S774  Alexander   Stewart    Free   Miner's Certificate  No. S2313, Cecil R. Forde, Free Miner's Certiiicate N". Bsttl-tn and Oeorge Kydd, l'ree Miner's  Ceriilicate No BS015o, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply lo Ihe Mining Recorder  for a ("ertificate of Improvements, for the purpose   .f obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And   furtlier  take notice that action,  under  eclinu 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of Euch Cerlilicule of Improvements.  Dated  this 3rd day ofjuly, A. D., 1902.  . -^F.irst issue July-4 ^-SIDNEY-J OIIMSqN  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  WORLD'S SCENIC   ROUTE  Direct route  EAST  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  St. Jolui  Halifax  lloSttlK  New York  WEST  New Westminster  Vancouver  Victoria  Ska^wny  Dawson  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets , . $304,568,063.49        Surplus .  . $66,137,170.01  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-f)06-607 Empire State Building-,   ���       - -     -.    Spokatie, Wash.  ..���..;......       CHARL.EST.KIPP, Cashier- \&: J  Office Te!. Brown, 2li��� ,' ,'-' 'V l      Residence ,T,el. South, 801,  P. O. BOX 296.  ���PHONE 179  ���      .!���  ���f  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS.  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM, MARGUERITA, BOQUET, OUR SPECIAL,  EL JUSTILLO,       EL CONDOR,       SARANTIZADGS,   SCHILLER  Ci.-rnei-  Alexander Street and Columbia_.Avenue,i.YajLCQivver.^B.^C..^.^:_i_-  Lake Route  Krcin Fun Willi.nn, tlie favorite stiui-  i:i��-r ruu'.t: fur all . a>lern points  Via Soo Line  For St   P.nii. Duliiili, Sault Ste. Marie.  i'hic;-j��", etc  T.jrjus(li Tourist Sleeping Cars  C A QT Leaves Diiiiinure Jitiicti'm  UrtJl .laily fi.i-St. P.nl: le.ve.-  KtMilei.iv L.intliii.t; Tiii..sil.iy and Saturday fur Tnrx-1*". Montreal anil all  eastern [ioiius.  WPCT Leaves    Revelstoke   daily  TV LO I   fiir Seattle and Vancouver  '1 hrongh   bookings   t.i   Europe via  all Atlantic line-<.  Prepaid   ;ioiciH    it lives: rates :ss ted  from all European countries  Complete Equipment  Unequalled in the West.  Fur   time   laoies,   rates and full particulars apply to local agents.  E- REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwood,B. C.  J. S. CARTER, E. J. COYLE,  PP.A., Nelson.      G.P.A. Vancouver  You Save Honey  BY PURCHASING^  with this guarantee label attached  to the pocket of the  coat or overcoat.  ���- '���'     i^cte>J-^s3     U jl  Royal Brand ���*%*-#>  CLOTHING       c^J  RCGISTCniO  <^fe=  E. A. Small & Co., its makers, are founders in  Canada of Tailor-made Clothing ready-to-wear.  It has taken years of careful training in the  manufacture of this Clothing-, iu order to reach  the perfection, which "Royal Brand" has  attained.  " Royal Brand " Clothing is now reaping its  just reward by its enormous sale from the  Atlantic to the Pacific.  Compare Fit, Finish and Value of " Royal  Brand"   Clothing with other makes; then ask       I  yourself which you will have ? 1  >a!e by P, IP* fleorge �� go*,  GREENNW00D, B. C.  MINERAL ACT-  (ertificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  HOVLANO   PRACTrONAti   Mineral   claim,  situate in Uie Ketlle Kiver IMiuiiitr Division  of YaleDistrict.   Wliere located:   .Heaver  Creel: camp.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, C. JR. Sl-.v.vasasreut  for John A. Tnzo. Free Mit.er's Certificate No. H554ZS ami Wil fre. I t.'ooksoi.  Free Miner's Certificate No ]3.:027i), intend  sixty days front the riate Iiereof, to ajiply to Uie  Mining- Recorder for cernficaies of Iinprove-  nients, for the purpose of obtaining-' crown  frrant ofthe aboveclaim.  And   further taUo notice that action, under  section 37, must b.s comnieucecl  befoie the issuance of sucli certilicatesof iniprovements.  Dated this 5th dayof August, V)d2.  C. te. SHAW, P. L, S.  First insertion August 15  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  SPOKANE Miueral claim, situate In the Kettle  Kiver Mininir Division of Yale District.  Where located :    In Providence camp.  TAKENOTICE that I, C. te. Shaw airent  for C. 10 Peterson, Free Miners Certificate  No. 1156975 intend sixty days from the  dale hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Ceriilicate of. Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant of the  above claini.  And  further lake  notice  that action, under  section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of sucli Ceriifieale of Improvements.  Dated this 15th dav of August, 191)2.  C. te. SHAW, P. L. S.  First insertion August 1.1  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "PINKOOK", "WORLDS FAIR FRACTION" and "MISSING LINK NO. 2  FRACTION" Mineral Claims, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located :    In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isitac H. Hallett, as  agent for George KatclilTc Nadeu, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 1341055, and John  Kdwards I/eckie. Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  1520033, intend, sixty days from the date hereof  to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  Aud further talie notice that actions under  section 37,  must  be commenced  before the is  suance of such Certilicates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of August, A. D., 1902.  I. If. HALLETT  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  RAMBLKR FRACTION Mineral Claim situate iu the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District. Wliere located : Beaver  Creek camp.  npAKE NOTICE  that I, CM. Shaw agent  JL for V. J. Finiicano. Free Miner's Certificate No. B 40367. J. W. Nelson. Free Miner's  Certificate No. I! 40532. and W. H. Rambo, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 1355411, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  tothe Mining recorder for a certificate of tin.  provements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Iniprovenieiiis.  Dated this 5th day of August A. D. 1902.  C. A'.. SHAW, P. L. S.  First insertion August 15.  SEALS. STENCILS, PRICE MARKERS,  PRINTING WHEELS, NUMBERING  MACHINES, 11ANO BATING AND HUM-  UKKING STAMPS, CHECK PERFORATORS, RUBI1EK TYPE, PRINTINC  PRESSES,  ETC. : : ���  FRANKLIN STAMP WORKS, Vancouver  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To Walter Death, and any person or persons  to whom'he may have transferred his interest in the Diamond Joe, Doubtful, Deer  Trail and May-day mineral claims all  situate in Greenwood Camp in the Kettle  River mining: Division of Yale District-  YOU are hereby notified that I have expended 5410.00 iu order to hold the said  mineral clainis under tlie provisions Of the  Mineral Act, Urn,: yon should contribute $32.00  as vour proportion of the said sum for your undivided one fifth interest in said clainis, and  that you are. $10.1)0 in arrear for vour share of  the previous assessment and if within 90 days  from the first insertion of this notice yon fail or  refuse to contribute the sum of S92.00 which is  now due by you, together with all costs of  advertising, j-our interest iu the said mineral  claims will become the property of the subscriber tinder section four of au" Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act," 1900.  Dated at Greenwood, D. C. the 9th dav of June  1902. JOHN W. POWELL.  First insertion lime 13..      -.,���:.   ���>;;  -.-.,���;.   ---   "!  Last insertion Sept. 13  Certificate of Improvements-  CORNWALL Mineral Claim situate in the  Ketlle River Mining Division of Osoyoos  District. . Where located : About two  miles North east of Camp McICiniicj- on  McCarren Creel<.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson  acting :as agent for tVB! S. Stanhope,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55422, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  Aud further tal<c notice that  actions, under  section 37,  must he commenced before the issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of Julv. A. D. 1902  Sept. IS. "    SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  Spokane-Falls & Northern Railway Co  Nelson &. Fort Shcppard Railway Co,  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N.'Co;  Van. Vic. &E Ry.&LCo.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacilic and O. R. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S.  points.  "Connects  at Curlew  with  stag-e for  Greenwood and Midway,-B. C;  BufFel cars run on' trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Aug. 17tti, 1902- "  Leave Arrive  9:15 a. m. Spokane 5:45 p. m.  10:30 a. m. Rossland 5:10 p. m.  7:15 a. m. Nelson - 8:00 p. ni.  11:07 a.m.   (Millers, Grand 3:58 p.m.  Forks)  9.20 a. m. Republic 5:45 p. tn.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  ^^^.^^^^.--.Spokanej^Wash.-  <~:~x��:k"H~:~>^^^^^  MUNICIPAL NOTICE TO  .j..j..>.j..X"!,,M"X��,W"I">'Xm>  Public Notice is hereby given that  all taxes due the Corporation of the  City of Greenwood, must be paid to  the undersigned on or before  f  V  Y  ?  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  T  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  to entitle the taxpayer to a rebate of  of ONEVSIXTH on the general tax for  the year 1902,  Householders are notified that be^  fore they can make the necessary  declaration entitling them to be placed  on the municipal voters' list for 1903,  the road tax for the current year must  be paid on or before Nov, 1st* 1902,  G, B, TAYLOR, Collector,  Greenwood, B. C, September 8th, 1902.  *  Y  Y  Y  T  Y  ���  t  Y  :��: y  V  z  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOftOOOOO^^  THE EDITOR'S  EASY CHAIR.  <>00<X>000<X><>00000<><X>00<X>000#<>000000<XX>00000<XXMXX>0<X><>0  GusJWheatley came down from the  West Fork last week He brought  with him Mr. McKay and his family,  who returned to their old home in  North Dakota. It is now nearly three  years ag-o since Mr. McKay called at  the Times office and subscribed for the  paper. In conversation with the writer  he stated that he was going to Beaver-  ton to start a general store, that he  believed in the West Fork country,  that it was rich in mineral resources  and that the valley would soon have  many prosperous farmers. He stated  that he. was sending for his family  back to North Dakota, and that he intended to make his permanent home in  thia country. He was born in Eastern  Canada, moved to the States, and felt  y-^'* pleased to get back under the Union  Jack again.  Mr. McKay and family left for North  Dakota last week. They spent three  years in one of the richest and most  promising districts in British Columbia, but were forced to leave their  native land a second time and return  to the American side.  The McKays are practically the last  of those who went into the West Fork  country three years ago. The men are  still there, it is true, but the families  have all left the district.  James Kerr and James Dale, two of  the oldest and most respected pioneers  of the Boundary, owned the Carmi  mine, on the West Fork. After considerable development work the Carmi  was shown to be a very valuable property, and B. H.Thurston paid $25,000  for the property. Messrs. Kerr and  Dale did not bury the. money. They  had the Butcher Boy and other valuable properties up the West Fork, and  they decided to invest the $25,000 in  developing these properties. Mr;. Dale  sent to Iowa for his brothors, skilled  lumbermen and sawmill men. They  came and settled at Carmi with their  ^"���"families. A sawmill was erected, and  for a time the little town flourished.  Messrs. Kerr and Dale kept on devel  oping the Butcher Boy, and got out a  large: quantity of high grade ore which  ^.they.expected J.oshipto-the.Green wood,  smelters. But the ore wasn't shipped,  their capital was exhausted, the mine  was closed down, the sawmill ceased  to operate, and the majority of the  Dales, men who would have made good  citizens, returned to Iowa.' Carmi is  practically deserted. Buildings are  vacant, and what looked like a flourishing town a year and a half ago is now  silent.  #*##���*  The most successful and enterprising  developers of a new district are Robert  Wood and his associates. They built  up Greenwood, and were ready to open  up the West Fork country. On Wallace mountain are some of the most  promising mining claims in the province. They were sufficiently rich to  attract experienced men like Barbarian  ,!-: Brown. He and others expended large  sums of money in developing the  Washington, Idaho and other claims.  Mr. Wood spent a large sum of money  on the Sally, and has several hundred  tons of high grade ore on the dump.  With such properties working there  was sure to be a busy town at the foot  of the mountain. There was here a  natural townsite. Land, high, dry and  level, and watered by the beautiful  West Fork and its tributary, Beaver  creek. Rival townsite interests were  consolidated, and all united in making  Beaverdell what it ought to be���a  thriving mining town. The bright  outlook induced many to invest their  money. John Hamill built a large  hotel, and D. W. Smith leased it ;  Keith & Ketchum opened up a general  h  sent in and the West Fork News started. A sawmill was built and ran for a  short time.  None of the West Fork claims are  being worked, the Sally ore remains  on the dump, the Bounty ore, some of  which is worth thousands of dollars  per ton, is being taken away by sample seekers, the plant of the West Fork  News is no longer in use, and the  paper has prematurely entered the  journalistic boneyard. Smith is still  in the hotel, b*tt customers come not,  and Keith & Ketchum are anxiously  awaiting the buyer of bacon and beans  and other-articles that are usually  found in a general store.  * # * -# *        ,  This'is no "pipe dream." It is a  simple statement of facts. The West  Fork country is afflicted with no sickness or plague. It is one of the most  picturesque districts in the province,  has a perfect climate, is rich in minerals, has splendid stretches of first class  timber, and the valley could be converted into flourishing farms. It offers  every attraction to capitalist, miner,  lumberman, settler aud sportsman.  Under ordinary conditions it would  hold its people and encourage more to  CN^^^^tMH^MSMS^^^^^^^jMSH^.  y announce  t  W. H. Covert begs to  that" oif '="or  ���*��� about October 15th, he  jjj; will be able to supply all  ��� ���  �� the Boundary market  with delicious home ��������  grown prunes from his  own orchards. These  prunes will not be picked  green as are prunes ship-  $ ped from a distance but  will be allowed to ripen  on the trees, thus secur.  ing a delicious flavor.  The price will be cheap-  ft er  and   quality   better.  ���,��� There   will   be  enough  *&  �� for everybody and house-  Y keepers and  others  are 4  t Y  ft strongly advised to wait :  Y for    the  % product.  *  follow. But the district to-day is deserted. Theie are men who gaze upon  it from afar and wish that they could  extract their all from it, but few who  have the grit and courage to remain  there.  What is the matter ?    The men who  invested  their  money  there, the men  who settled there, did so believing that  they  could   rely  upon   the assurances  made by the govern men t that a wagon  road would  be   built.    After   waiting  three weary years, after seeing money  recklessly expended, after a long- wait  through   the   present    summer,   after  learning   that   sufficient   money   was  addeitothe  East Yale  appropriation  to 'complete  the  West  Fork road, but  none of it was ever used for that purpose, after expending all their money,  and after mortgaging a. future which  holds no hope, they simply  abandoned  everything and left the country,  hurling anathemas against a dilatory Chief  Commissioner and a weak and vacillating government.  We spend thousands of dollars in  scouring, the slums of Europe for people, hoping that time, assimilation and  environmen t will make them tolerable  citizens, but when the best class comes  to a promising district, where nature  has been most lavish with her gifts,  our governmentcannot hold them there.  People ask what is the matter with  B. C. ���? The answer must be in  instalments. One of these is given  above.  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  (P*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  miromm���^  �����.  lank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid np( $12,000,000.  Rest.  ..$8,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,    Vlce-Preildent:   Hon. Ghorob A. Drummond. >c9  General Manager:   IS. S  Cloubton. ���**���*!?  Branches in London, Eng. | AUVcSSlKlu f New YorK, Chicago, g  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Ta-ftdijfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available hi any partlof the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  Timmmmmmmmmmmmmwi.  m  ft����ftftft��#ttftftftft<!ift#����ftft��#��ft#��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  $  Subscription $1.00   per   month.  ft      Delivery in central district.  ft.  ft       - =���  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  Now received on day of  issue. ~~  H. A. KING & CO.  AGENTS.  ftftftftftftftft***ftft��fWftft*����ft��ft��ft��  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ���ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  home   grown  ?tore ; a complete newspaper plant was ^*<<^h^><��KwX~>.>x^��^JkX��j.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "BRUCE". "NORTH END", "JUBILEE",  "PRIDE OF PERTH FRACTION"  "MAGNETImE" and "FOG HORN'-  Mineral Claims, all situate in the Kettle  River Mininpr Division of YaleDistrict.  Wliere located :   In Graham's Camp.'  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H, Hallett. as  agent for J. C. Haas, Free Miner's Certificate No. .B41913. and Sydney M. Join-son,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B41751, intend,  sixty days fiom the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining' Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-a Crown  Grants of the abovt clainis.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of Aug-nst, A. D., 1902.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  BURNS and BURNS FRACTION Mineral  Claims situate in the Kettle River Mining-  Division of Yale District. Where located :  in Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac il Hallett  as agent for Francis J. Finncanc, Frea  Miner's Certificate No. B4Q3A7, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to applj  to the Mining- Recorder for Certificates of Im  provements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action   undei  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificatesof Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of Julv, A. D., 1902.  l.'H, HALLETT,  THE CANADIAN RANK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -     Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B, E. WALKER, General Manager  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  I  I.  GEO. R. NADEN,  REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British America Assur-  Co. of London, England.  The Western Assurance Co.  of Toronto.  ance Co., of Toronto.  The Canadian Birkbeck Investment and Savings Co.  MINES.  y.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  V.     x    PORTMAN  & PORTMAN  f V Proprietors  *** ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  Co ihe  Public!  We beg to announce that we  have disposed of our Jewelly  business to Mr. A. Logan. We  desire to thank our many triends  for their liberal patronage during the six years we have been  in business in Greenwood and  ask for our successor the same  kind treatment that has been accorded ourselves.  Itliller Bros.  September 20th, 1902.  t *  �� *  *  ��  ��  ��  e  a  e  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  ��  DO YOU  ISMOKE??  TRY  ONE OF MUNROE'S  CICARS.  ��  ft  ��  * ,  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft   a    ft  ft  THE BEST LINES iN  ft  ft  S  a  ��  a  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  a  a  a  ft  a  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES I  ��  e  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  Newspapers,     Periodical*  Stationery.  A Full Line Choice Candy 1  ��  ��  H. B. MUNROE  ft  ft  ��  e  ft ���  a  Copper Street. Greenwood,   it  ��ft9*����������fe*aft����ftft��e��9ftoa��? THE BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  !      I  I-  ��� I. li |VV  Bring your Plates   and   fe^^^^l^  Films to us for development and having your prints  made   ���- -���������; ������* ;���������r���-  Wt: guarantee our work first class in every particular. Give  us a call and we will very soon convince you of above fact. Prices  Right. "    We also carry a complete Hue of  and PHOTO SUPPLIES.  Domit-ion Express Orders sold and cashed.  SMITH & McRAE. -  Books,   Papers,   Photo Supplies, Etc.,  �����  SPOllf' ill-  ~��  www ipi  Connections with  Western Union  Telegraph Company-  !2.!,f!00 offices in U.S.A.]   -  ���-AND   Great North-Western of Canada-  12.00 olliees in Canada.)  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD,  J. C. HELM, Ollice Manager, Greenwood. 1S.C  TKI.Iil'HO.M! NO.   12.  I      I  Refiner of Copper,   Visits  the Boundary.  MK8 -HRE JI REVEUT10N  Says that investors Want Low Grade  Mines-  W. H. Nichols president of the  Nichols Chemical Co., New York visited Phoenix and the Granby smelter  last week.    In an interview lie said:  "My attention has been directed to  British Columbia for a number of years  past owing to the rapid increase of .its  .mineral production. As the Nichols  Chemical Co. practically refines the  matte from every smelter in the  province, and as I have heard so much  respecting your vast ore bodies, I  recently concluded that it was about  time for me to come west in order to  size up the situation for myself The  trip has proved a perfect revelation.  British Columbia is so new, that my  first biy surprise was in regard to the  ���wonderful way the very latest mining  inventions are being, applied to local  needs and conditions, and it is also  remarkable that one should come so far  west to see the art of smelting so far  ..advanced..-. .1��� have -examined -a-goo;l  many smelters in the east and west at  various periods, but have no hesitation  in stating that the Granby smelterJs  is.the most modern I ever saw. Perhaps I can convey mv meaning better  by using using another expression:  I mean its up-to dnteness. The Granby  smelter is away ahead of most of the  smelter-. I have ns regards the prime  attri hi tes o. icon.nny and management. I did not visit the other Boundary reduction works, but understand  they are also of the most modern character.  "I traversed a considerable portion of  the three miles of underground workings in the Granby mines in Phoenix.  While prepared for surprises, the  magnitude of the ore bodies far surpassed my expectations. They are the  largest ore bodies 1 ever inspected, and  I have had occasion to visit a giv.it  many mines, including my own iu  Mexico. I shall leave to others the task  of estimating the. millions of tons of  ore in in sight or blocked out. The  sin face ore quarrying operations and  the acre tracts of ore underground are  sights that are calculated to arouse  enthusiasm even among the most conservative of mining men. The showing of the Granby group I understand  is almost duplicated in other Boundary camps. I have gathered enough  information on this trip to venture the  prediction that this section is destined  to be a very large copper producer i n  the near future. Of course the Boundary, even with its present annual output of from fifteen to twenty million  pounds of copper, is only in its in fancy.  Nature has been lavish wilh her mineral wealth. The grade is low, and  skilful attention alone can treat the ore  profitably. The compensating factors  are thesize and uniformity of the ore  bodies, their self-fluxing character,  and last but not least the fact that no  sorting is required.  We   are   retiring  from  the  Grocery    Bminess   and  wish   to  dispose   of  onr   stock   of  as quickly as possible.  EVERYTHING MUST  BE SOLD  regardless of price  during the  Get. your winter's supply at ex-  i ceptionally low prices.  NOTICE.  i O fS I and 2. IHock ���!, Map 34. n valuable  L* biisiue.-s site, situated ml Govcriiuii'Ut  Street, Greenwood, Hem- ilie A iiustrong Hotel,  will be sold bv Public Auction to Ilie highest  lii.lil.M-, for cash, im Tlnirsilav, October 3'Mli. al  11 oYIock it. 111. Tin; sale will take plao- upon  the promises, liiundiug puivlro-ers will t;at:t:-  ly themselves as lo till,-. Tin; doeinmmis ol  title mav be seen at tlie ni'lk'e of  AKTllUIi   M.  WHITESIDE.  liaiTisiiT-ai-l.tw.  Kendell Duikliug. Greenwood, IS. C.  SOCIETIES.  20%g$M^ SiOU.NDARV   VALLCY   LODGE  '*>. .v,-,Vfc.�� Mo. 33. !. 0. 0. F.  Meets every Tncvdav Kwiiiinj al  .SOO in   their  lodge room at ihe W. oil   Hall'.'     A cordial htvi  tati��n is extended mail sojourning bi'ctliei-n.  W. Klso.v, N.G. A. P. HArxKT-r. Kec.Se;;  "After all, investors nowadays prefer  the low grade propositions because the  element of permanence is assured, and  large profits accrue from the vast output even though (he net profit per ton  may be small. Some of the Lake  Superior copper mines are of very low-  grade, and, unlike tho BounrViry mines,'  have not got the gold and silver values  to fall back upon. Of course, the  method of treatment in vogue in Mi hi-  gan is a good deal cheaper than in  British Columbia. There the oreis free  milling and the concentrates are smelted."  MK''<,<��WWX*X"X<,W,<">,K',*K,*},>'K*  Well healed rooms at moderate  prices. Also first class board  by clay or wee '���:.  THE  SWAYNE  HOUSE,  Silver Street,  Greenwood.  We have combined onr two  stores, and may now be  found at the corner of Copper and Greenwood streets,  where we can give you better service and better values than ever before.  *. L. WHITE,  The druggist.  $%��$$$ ��* fc si* St *��*������� a % i $$�� & is Si  g-**W  "ft  and supplies can be procured  at right prices at  JS4       JO "5  Books,   Stationery,   Office  Supplies, etc.  Kodaks and Materals, etc. etc.  -aB^-.^.-^JPhoiie..Nfl..,33,^.:^_���,^^^  ��i ###��!* # % �� & * * * * * * Si ?i * * ?,i $ * $ IS �����  \yrtf��  lyiffiiyii  FOR   I AND ALL KINDS OF j  I I  I Spaeial prices to Green- i  I      wood customers.      |  I I  K Mail orders   promptly |  I? attended to. I  i-A Si  1  1  I  h &  ! lEYIlfflfi.  .T. W. Mellor of Victoria paid Greenwood a business visit this week.  <^��  Is we believe second to none for style,  finish and durability,   and  cannot be  duplicated at the price,  We have just opened up several  cases <\  and invite your inspection,  Special Line of  f>     *    V  als and  in Black, White and Tan,  !unter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED.  Dont Hesitate  About  buying   your   Winter   Underwear.    By  buying now you get the benefit of Low Prices and a  Xkfflglet^toclL^J^lectjro^^  RECEIVED  TO-DAY a shipment of J. & T.  Beet's Celebrated Fine Footwear.  THE  HUNTER-KENDRICK COMPANY,  LIMITED.  GENERAL MERCHANDISE,  GH KEN WOOD, 13. C.  <->.X^<'Hi��.x<*'i<*'H��^M>*^  '4  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  -Y-=  Y  Y  Y  Y  f  Y  Y  v  MORTGAGE  SALE.  To Edward Nasli ami William II. As.jnlt.li,  both fortiiei-ly of the City of Greenwood,  I'll inters, and to lite Consolidated Station-  cry Company, limited.  I, Guoru'eK. Ntiden, of lite Cily of Greenwood,  In Uiitisli Colnml)ia, Urokur, hereby (rive you  nolice that I   demand payment  of the stun  of  Two Hundred and  Eighty-live  Dollars.  beimr itiittcipal and interest due anil payable  to me tujnii a curtain nioiiiraire. made by you,  lite said Edward Xasli and William II. Asqitiili,  to me, dalikl the J7th day of rebruary. l'.KU,  anil ii.'fisiered at lite Lund Keiristry Ofiicu al  Kiuiil(iu]is on the (nil day of March, I'llll. in  CliarifC Ilool.-, Vol. II. Folio 721, as No. 2015!!.  The ands included in the above uu.>rij,'��ge  are :  All those, certain parcels or tracts of laud situate in the District of Yale, in said Province of  liritish Columbia, and beitt^- more particularly  described as follows :  All that piece of land situate iu the Osoyoos  Division ol Yale District and described as Lot  14 in l$lock- 32 in the Town of Midway, as the  s ime i.s shown 011 the map or plan of said Town  d-posited in the Laud Registry Ollice at K.am-  Inops aud numbered 3.  Also all that piece of land situate, lyiiitf and  being, composed of Lot 23 in Ulook "J," ae-  c >rdi"iiir to a map or plan deposited in the Laud  ]-ie(fistr.v Oflice at Kamloops and nu-.ub.M-ed 46,  of the subdivision of partof the ���'Mammont"  Mineral Claim, being r-ot ^V. ;" Group I; 011 tlte  n licial survev of the silid Osoyoos Division.  And also tliat piece ol land situated in said  t'itv of Greenwood, und beiuif composed of Lot  II In Block ".NY' according to the plan of the  k ibdiv-ision of said "Mamnioiit" Mineral Claim,  (1-.posited iu the Laud Ke;r:stry Ollice at Kam-  1 .ops and numbered 40.  Aud take notice that unless payment of tbe  s'iid mort-_'a**_'C money and interests and costs  I...' made within three weeks from the lirst publication hereof, I will proceed, with or without  say consent or concurrence on your part, aud  \v:t!iout anv further notice to you. to enter into  p .Bsession of thesaid premises, aud to sell aud  absolutely dispose of the said lands aud premises, either bv public auction or private sale, as  1. the said George K. Naden. may deem proper,  cither for cash 01 upon such terms of credit as  I mav think proper, aud to convey aud assure  the same when so sold unto ihe purchasers  thereof, as I sliall direct or appoint.  Dated at Greenwood, I!. C-. Ibis 10th day of  October, A. D. 1902.  GEORGE R- NADEN,  HALLETT & SHaW, Mong-affce.  Solicitors for Mortgagee.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO TIIK-  A. C. DAVIES,  Manager.  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  COURT HOySE.GREENWOOD  SEALED TEMPERS, properly endorsed, will  be received by the undersigned up to and  including the 16th instant for the erection aud  completion of a Court House at Greenwood,  B. C.  The drawings, specifications and conditions  of tendering and contract may be seen at the  Public Works Engineer's oflice. Lauds aud  Works Department, Victoria, hf. C. ; at the  Government Agents' offices at Nelson and  Greenwood, II. C, aud the oflice of Georpe D.  Curtis, Esip, architect, Grand Corks, B. C, on  and after tlie 4th inst.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or ceriilicate of deposit,  made payable to the undersigned, forjjie suni  of one thousand (51,000) dollars, as security for  the due fulfilment of the contract, which sliall  be forfeited if the party tendering decliut.u>  enter into contract when called upon to do so,  or if he fail to complete the work contracted  for. The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers  will be returned to them upon tbe execution of  tbe contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out on the forms supplied and signed with the  actual siguatiire of the tenderers.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  W. S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioner of Lauds & Works.  Lands mid Works Department,.  Victoria, H. C, 2nd October, 1902.


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