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 V  <  4)  r*  '^������-r-        "^  ^  /  ��  Vpl. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, 3dAS" 2,   i"9>02.  No. Sfc-3^,  >.'*��� a..1, ^av-liO'O-C-;;"'.:  Wr. (Joileiir^l Returns to  ::, y;tji|%dary. .    ':���  J   "_i  f fifi MSI  Interest li Gueral  Rewrdinr the  Alter  aa  absence  of   nearly  four  ^��*tap n^t, 1^ eastern Canada,,  PeriyJF. GodittcafcH WuKited^ioa&'oa  "Wednesday, His mission east was on  behalf of W. H. Covert of Grand Forks  ia con neetios, with the c denization,"��/  h 1b ranch which ha* been divided into  10 a��|e plots. Speaking of ht*, trip  **-Wt&to8&&8& % ^f^c^^fal-  and fruit rataiuy ia the Kettle River  valley, and as a result a number will  come out ^thiV'lwvmiiifcpr^ ^One"6r ' tyro  families h��y$jjalr��^|>:a��r;iy-e<i atGra,Bdt  Forks aad't��kes up la.nd~peopl* whom  I was personally instrumental in sending:  west,     kittle   by little,; as   the  resources otitt vajley become known,  there Will-be a largo--population which  mast contribute to the general pros-;  P&Hjf&i Jfo**��xj district."  < "SpeakLag* ot,Toronto and Montreal  he continued.    "3n Toronto I found  considerable "moriey* ready "to acquit  c��&*��i��4;"t|jajbrif-,aatulfe bu_t  littlfe for  e\et��l mining. .The  Similkameen coal  bjBsia -had   attracted, great attention,  --due principally -to   favorable .reports  JWuSeby,,Wm. BLakeqjwjpe^M. 3-.j*S*v  , iaerlj superintendent'of; the  Crow's  .N**t   Coal  company.     Mr,   John  i).  Eilwards, a   financial   agent of that  'city was atoit successful in floating*  (tne Ashnola Coal company, owning- a,  gyoup of eight clayM^- in.j the heart; of  the coal basin, f  Tliis undertaking is  jj-pw financially able to start operations'  and it is-e|��rt<lwJll;ioi!n,^owe��,-iElth.  the Similkamettt "Valley Coal company  in the exploitation of  their respective  ���iioldi^gi^wjt.hj ithe aid? of ^a bore drill.  . This drill is now en route to Princeton.  i-ionacl als��,lhat  jnnehL interest.,was  heing manifested in   the  timber   re-  iBOurc** of the proryice and that en-  - jquirles wert betaff tna.de with a view  ~ "to aeg^rEag.ffcat holding*,,  '^"Montreal is closely following the  <* mmerclal success being achieved by  the-- Granby.,- Consolidated company.  Mining... operators in that- city have  been:, bad ly bitten in other camps, but;  have iajth in the .future .of the.Bou nd-  aryy1' When the time comes for- the.  'Granby. ;to''_pay ,'diyidenda���and ^ I can;.  a*iisre.-you':r.��^  I ...believe.- that.. Montreal .,riv|43. .come to  .the front to acquire and devcloj*  mines ia tills section. The acquisition  of the Standard Pyritic smelter bj the  Montreal & Boston Coppercompany,  owning -the Sunpej: mine, his also had  its good]eff��ct3hack. east. From the  time the smelter Starts operation*-, Its  history vrJll be as closely followed as  is the case: with the Granby company.  I must sajr 1 was agreeably surprised  to1 find'5 How welL posted were eastern  operators on Boundari mines, tonnage  and or^coaitents. The fact ia that to  obtain' abselutel-y relia'ble uews one  has .to, go to headquarters -ajad most  cases they are in the east.  "Conditions throughout tlte older  provinces. _ar,e. 'cxceptfcnalljr prosperous. Much money has "been made on  the. exchanges, eapepu.lly,. ia."raila"  and "industrials1'1, in fa.ct there has  been a Health j upward tendency a.11  along tb^ Line" h.e concluded.  Mr.' Gp&enratEi eapects shortly to  Mlvit the trait" aifaJn In the direction  of-Priacetoii.  WEST FORK.  The ^fcst-Fqdc, ,country ought to  make much progresa the ,^cont.in.g summer. In addition 'to.government appropriate�� for a wagon road, there is  what appears to be a weLl-autkientiqat-  ed report thxti tJtat region wilL enjoy  railway building-as well. Those who  claim to-,know., state that a survey  party, wall-be Ln th<�� field vdtbin a fesr  days.  . O0.P f. EI>JL0Y(f S ��� AK MiyEBS-ARY.    .  The^Qdd-Belta-ws 6f Greenwood .and  vicinity celVbra.t��d their ^r<^ ann.i--<5ej-:c  ^a_ry :of, tlie' order by- assembling a.t  divine"service in thLe" Presbyterian  church "on Sunday evening last. Dr.  MacKaeVs-ermot):' was. appropriate to  the occasion. Special music was pro  vided. Societies which thus publicly  participate, mi, worship, of G-od need  |no better cotamjfadatlpa,t  ODDFELLOWS DA14CE.  Nearly 100 people enjoyed the dance  In Odd Fellow Hall Tuesda.y evening  last. It'wa.s well ��-long towards morning before'the merry miters left.the  hall. The comraLttee incha-rgoi^ave  jr^asonto cong-rat-ulate themselves,, on  the success -o-f the Effair..  stsjEaBsjwrsa  55BS  New good*, direct from Great Britain  just arrived at Mitehells the Tailor.  yy  TO THE PUBLIC.  ,,S|r  ma i��"  ��#9.  ..&'  GREENWOOD, B. G-,  ���'!-.'������1r    \J-A-:-   X;  A\. ..'...;..{...  ?   '   , Q$ih.?\ di|st d^jr of ?iext \mwth tlos. Arm. of IT- M. Qulley  .*���'& Co., will 1xi dissolved by mutual conaen*.  A)'-, .'      ��� ..'"''"'. " ���'    ' . '  la .view--of the circumstances -we are obliged to ask all  'ipAT^^fia^^elJ^d ^o *tts ;Jo ma^e: paym^t*;before ;sttc& '-date  land we beg yon to call and. arrange the amounts :nxw owing  iby yoti,  .. i  After June 1st all outstanding accounts wall be handed tq  a out attoj��ey ior collection.  y       ������     ' ���^���'���>: .f'-i-/"--' -'<-'.-   ���:���������:���    '    *..' .  -.;.- .-...:   ���   ,    .'���'.-:   '   -       '   ,- .      .-!  Treatkg that -you. will,-gi?e thi^. matter jour dm��uediate;  f attention       ,��.        -, We remain,  ,i-. sfvcT-^'^T..-,, j    ��� A'-      ���A.n<y^'y       a:^a:a    -������.*:;  ������-���'���     ' :^-iy,...'^ ���.-.'���,;,..j+Jmfr&ti&w',    ' '' '���  -'.''' <   ���.'.'��������� ���-.������ '���--' ' '.:     ���*      :"* * *      ���"':-.'A  A All \ ' -.v   ,  T. ML GULLEY & <JO^  ���:B"  . i-���  Afflniyersary Serylces-at tte  Presbyterian Church.  \l  Bey, Dr. WacRac Address  To Odd  -  Fellows.  'f 3��e sermon by Dr. MacRae Sunday  evening last was based on the text  I Peter ll-iy : "Love the Brotherhood,  Fear God." After indica-ting- the dLf-  f��r*r ce between craven fear and. holy  f��-a.r, the sinner's fear and. mislrust of  God and man, the christians reverence  and v trust in the Father, the preacher  spake of the claims to be based on the  two great christian truths���the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of  ma.ii. These principles are wrHt large  in Its leg-ends, its ritua.l3 and its instruction. Resting on thisdfoundation,  it aims to lead men out of darkness  and mistrust into light and lore. It is  th* part of the true Oddfellow, not  oiUy constantly to keep in raLnd his  responsibility to God ' and his duty to  man, but also to lead .and Instruct  others by his life and example, his  ward and conduct. Oddfellows are,  and Are to be, members one of another,  not boundjuthe chains oi patriotism,  conviviality, or self-interest, b-ut by  the- links of Friendship, Love and:  Tnsth.  ' The preacher dwelt upon the beauty.  of Ihese virtues and then turned to  'cbfia:ider~th��:'relaUon"'ot,:tri�� g��a.t a*fd  B��j��xl.. secret, societies to the Church of  Christ. ' He spoke in part as follows  'The altar'of the great secret societies  has been termed one of secrecy and.  "ohligations; that of christanity, con .  secration and communion. The: former teach morality, the latter requires-  spirituality. Can Oddfell'owshap save  a mm? No. CarLchurchiaerabeislrij*  saweaman? "No'. The great Teach*r  haa said"Except a man be torn a.gain"  '"eacept a ma.n be born of water and of  the spirit, he cannot see (or enter into)  -the Kingdom of Heaven.', Morality  .haa to content itself with telling man  wltait it is right to do, Christianity  undertakes to make men disposed to  dodte Conscience doth make co-wards  of aa all, not because sin, which has  washed the earth with tears and. deluded it with blood, is due merely to  ignorance, but because it is due to a  had moral disposition. Moral teaching  might dispel the former, naught but  the spirit of God, the divine power and-  energy, as it Was;and is in Christ, can  avail to enable man to b^rid and delivered of the latter.  Iflein ; and; brethren g-o to- church,  God's dwelling place, to learn these  thiagrj���- that the flesh cannot produce  spirit. The flesh has no life in Itself;  if it 3uadr it would not corrupt and die.  It is the spirit that giveth Life/', It is  the spirit, the life and strength of God,  that can make Friendship, Love and  Triflth, the rule, where it is now the  exception [jf that) in our lives.  This-'t spirit, the spirit of meekness  and-love wa* in Jesus Christ. Let thU  talflid and spirit be also in ua. Find, tt,  by the, grace, of God- a place En us,.  then are.we regenerated. Tlnds it,not  how can we fear GodT and love th-e  BroUierhood ? I pray God we all may  be possessed of this ��pirit, iaLl, passing;  beyond the stages of impuU-e, appetite  and-passion,-we all, by God's- g-race,  attalae unto '*the unlly of the Faith  and of the knowledge of the Son of God  unto a perfect man, unto the measure  of���'���itfcV stature of the fulaeaa of  Chraat." Ambjst.  ation of passengers within British  Columbia shall issue und wit< fn-e  trail 8iporta.tiori witliln tli* litnitai of thr  province, as firat-cluss p.i .noitg^r��. on  ail cars and train* carrying pa��.s��"i��;-er*  to the foUowing persons ! Tu every  member of the legislative assembly,  and, In case of dissolution, for three  jnoniDis thereafter, to every one who  was a. member at the time of dissolution., to every judge of the supreme  and county courts of the province, to  the surveyor of taxes and inspector of  reven.ue, aud to t��he assessor of taxes of  the province. It further provides that  where a railway company owns, operates or controls eteamboats or steamships, plying within the waters of  British Columbia, or waters adjacent  thereto, it shall give transportation to  all of the aforesaid classes of persons  on such vessels.  The act further provides for an annual report by every road of all passes  given during- the year and the reasons  forwSidch given.  BURGLARY AT EHOLT.  Two men, named Hayes and Stewart  were arrested by the provincial police  in Greenwood Monday morning charged with having broken into the store  of "W. T. Torney the preceding night.  Word was telephoned to Greenwood  from Rholt and the men were promptly  nabbed on entry to town- Sufficient  evidence was forthcoming on trial before Judge Arthur Rendell to warrant  their being sent up for trial before a  higher court, The men el��cted to be  tried before the assises of the s-upreme  court to be held here May 19th.  OF LOCAL INTEREST.  The May number of the Canadian  Magasine contains some articles which  are of considerable local interest, Miss  Ames. Deans Cameron of Victoria has  a brief illustrated article on the Lroat-  Sloopof-War Condor, Harold. Sands of  Vance aver tell a very interesting story  dealing- with Spanish' Mis-rule of  British Columbia. Mr. P, C. Wade  has a very interesting article, entitled,  Business Talk on the Yukon, and Mr>  | John kelson contributes a readable  sketch on S-enator Templeman,  EXCURSION AMD BASE BALL-  An excursion under the auspices of  the C3fiLsea> Band, will be run to sfid-'  way, Sunday next, leaving Greenwood  at 1 o'clock and returning at .5:30,  There will be a base ball match between the Midway and Greenwood club  The following will be the Greenwood  linevup, under_cpataincy-of George  Miller : Parker, pitcher; Smith,  catcher; Dill, 1st base; AViUon, 2nd  base; McCreath, 3rd base; Frith, left  field; SaunderB, centre field; Medill,  right field; Miller, short stop.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  NextSunday, May 4-th, the services  in St- Jude's hall will be taken ~ity the  Rev. T* K, Graham, the rector ��f S.  Saviouir's Pro-Cathedral, Nelson, B. C.  Mr. Ga-ahamis a graduate of McGill  university, and of the Montreal Diocesan wllege- He was for five years  rector .of Trinity church, Montreal.  He is -&.a extremely able add gifted  preacher, and has succeeded in the few  months he has been at Nelson in doing-  a very remarkable work for the church.  The R*v. W. A. Robins will be absent  next Sunday at Nelson.  COMMENDABLE.  The friends of Samuel Morris an  ! old-timer who is sick, have been busy  the last few d ays in making up a purse  for him.in order to enable him to seek  a warmer climate where he may hope  ;to recover firom his illness, The object  is commendable and the response  hearty,  FREE PASS BILL.  Ia sympathy with one of the" planks,  in fiha platform of the Progressive  Pairty recently formed at ������ Kamloops.  Hoi��, Smith Curtis has introduced! a  bill into ; the provincial legislature  profidtng^.thatevery;railway compaiy  operating a railway for th* transjir-.  'BETTER TO BEAR THE ELLS.  yungms went to see the ProvUlepce  mine ;and straightway got fnnpy.  "Talk ahout going-to Thunder Mountain, imdeed" said he, "to my mind  'twere hetter to bare the 'ills they k��ow  than to rush to mountains they know  not of.  11  i  A Rival tor Honors Wftti the  Providence.  i PROMISI PHU  The Lead a Strong One And Assays  HieD.  Within a half-mil* of the city hall a  very promising prospect is being open*  ed by Messrs. Sutherland and Mc-  DonaLd, The claim is already in the  race for honors with the Providence.  It is the old Gold Finch which mining  men have prophesied woald develop into a mine, Last autumn while prospecting the hilL just east of town Jas.  Sutherland, come across some very fine  looking Soat which upon assay proved  to be very rich in gold and silver  values, As soon as the snow had left  this spring he set to work to findth^  lead and (succeeded presently in locating it. Associating with himself  Philip McDonald he secured a lease  aad bond on the property, the Gold  Tlnch, and recently went to work exploiting the claim. They have exposed the ledge for about 300 feet, running- nearly north and south. The  lead wilL average a foot in width and  several assays mad�� hare returned  from S50.Q0 to $75.00 in values. The  rich find.in the Providence has stimulated interest in this locality. Several  rich leads have for a long time been  known to exist along this mountain  but outside'of shipping 'out a few toss  of high ��rade ore little development  has been done.  The Crescent j Defiance, Strathmore  and other claims have produced small  lots of very'rich ore, but until the recent strike on the Providence little  interest has been taken in the small  ledges of the camp. As a supplement  to the great bodies of low grade ores  these smaller high grade properties  are very gratifying to the entire  camp.  TBE TIME TO CLEAN UP.  -The medical health officer wishes to  call attention to the need of cleaning  up all back yards and vacant lots upon  which ruhbish has been thrown. Clean,  dry back-premises now that the sun is  beginning to have power will save decomposition of vegetable or meat offal  and promote a better bill of health  during the summer. It is scarcely  necessary to point out that typhoid  fever and other diseases are caused by  decomposing animal matter. -Therefore whatsoever can be. destroyed by  fire should be burnt. The inspector of  nuisances, Mr. A. D. Hallett, will give  information as to the disposal of old  cans and other indestructible articles.  ��0 Pants patterns to choose from at  Mitchell*.  LACS0SSE IN EN0LAN&.  New   goods   at reduced   price*   at  Mitchslis.  Tbe Can adian boys won the lacrosse  match with the Duke of Argyll's team  Saturday last iu the presence of His  Majesty Kin.g Edward. Score ten  goals to three in favor of the Canadians.  REWARD.  Wanted, to know the whereabouts of  David Henderson of Greenwood, B. C,  Last heard of December, 1901. Reward  given by communicating with' T. H,  Hsndbbsom, Fairview, B; C. -  FOR RENT.  3 or 6 rooms partly furnished for  housekeeping, Silver street, Fisher's  addition, formerly occupied by Frank  Miller. Enquire on premises of Miss  Hroolcs.  55.00  bur* the 50 egrff Incubator at  ths O. I. C. ?nd Hand Store, THE 'BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES.  V  iversiqe. iMursenes-  fitearttl Fsrfcs �����    '��     ISlartin Buir��13, Prep.  Mayifrs, Elms,, Ijinrteii, MotintAin Aali, Co��ali>a>, Cut-lKif Uircli.  A.Jhi-c ii��]uctinn ol llovnsrii'K shrubs. Iiteliwlinpr Wench and Persian LiUxcs, Hvdra-iijreas, Suow-  "' ' "' ''lialisVS-fitrt-iLsV^okfcs.-etc.' "  '--'���'-.--���������-.-..-..-> --.-.  S|w��.'sa.n,v 'Mlf-ctea strain of Lawn CiassSceia.   Fruit Trees. Berry Bnslicsi, Strawberry; Plants,  .*.,.'���.         ami .Asparagus Roots.  .-.���^���SPiECLAt.-ATTENTION.GlVEN TO ALL ORDERS.*"/  ���' '-:.i':t������;������.    \ ,���    . .....  -, ;��� ' .- v. & x. i'KnsE 25.  ��� ���; Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  'HELEN". '-LADY OP THE LAKE", -'GLAS :  CiOW FRACTION',. McGREGOE.", "PAN-  NY H  FRACTION" aud "TRIPOD  FRA.-'. ,  TION"'  Mineral    Claims/  situated     in  tbe  Xmtlu River Uitiinj; Division of Ya.lc  Dist-.  rict,   Wliere located :   In Central camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, os  ...airent  for the Xo. " Mining Companv,'  Free" Miner's   Certilii.;.-(erNd; "B40690;"liitea'(l,|  sixty davs from .date l.-reof, lo apply to the '  MiniiitrsKccorclerfur   Certificates ot Improve- !  ramus,   for'the purpose-of obtaining-  Crown  Grants of the above claims.- ���- ��� ���.-��������.��   And furtlier take notice that actions, under  section  37.  must be commenced before thein-,  suance of sucli Certificates of Improvements. '  Dated tliis Will day of April, A. D\iVOZ:   .  3m.o ,1. H. HALLETT.  !<KHDOO<>000<X><X><><XK5000<XK>0<>0-1{KKKXX><X>0<^^  <^<HXKXKXP<N3<>0<>0<>OOOt><>0<><><^  .Established 1836.     Incorporate* by Royal Charter.  CHe'  Boundary Creek Tiraes;,-.^  i/vw��.uuwa j ...    li a Riper  Tssued ���verv TridaV  Di.-.NC.AH   HOjiS.  . JI A.N .At! I.NCI  Esu-iok.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.    *  .;'-;yyl j w.;;  [.y.[..... 2 SO::  fuily  by   the different members of the  executive.       .,--....  foiled the g-overtiment's action  pered in'many -ways by ati extremely factious opposition in the Viousi;,  aad. believe the, former, anxious to do  all-it ea.n for the general welfare of the  eoutitrv.  -       - i-v:  -' . * ..- '������-.-���  ! PM'TpAki;.;. U.-\-  I Sex Mtrjiriis. j:.|;.j.  ''W-'FoViiea Cotj;n t krr.s  THE V. V. & i}. 'RAILWAY.  1'RtnA.V,   MAV 2.   19[i'..  ATHLETIC GROUNDS.  It U :i HK-5it p:t-.r lii.i.t   provisiou was  nut ma0.ft in the; earl ior (lays in Creeti-  ���r.-<HKl, w-lieti- lund-v-utnes ;were .-lcjivr,'. pov  "pjob'd" 'e'etitrai '���iV.ni-l'etii* grounds-!, ffli  t We are able to add another chapter  __ | to, pur tabulated .history..of the V.' V.'&  '���"' ' \ IC as submitted last .week.. ..The co.ttrt  llias ayain*. dissolved the-^injiiiiction  : against the road obtained ���'���'by''- tlie "hot  j;-. ir'"' people and the : cbntra'c'tors' are  ]<'iii;e more   at   work.    There  remains  1 : ..**���*. , *,        ���_. .,    *.     .       ,       ��� .  11>tst une  other chapter to. add to com-  - '���-���   '   <w        -* i   ki������i, ���*i,��ii'^�� t-Wi't-l vlete our table and that will read some-  res.ervahoii of a block oi land ior that.; '  '���������:" l ��� r.i- --i ;.. ���������A    .\ ���-.:> ���-;���- ., _     U'-jf- lUiijig-like this.: ;��� The-,.V. V, ���':& E.  rail-  purpose   near ..,1he  centre or in�� town , & .-.-.������.     r- ,-..-, ,. ,rr  '    , ','i'''i        ' u   ''.'  ';, ,.���:c.L."���J����',icVr,��' itot  bill  passed its   final, reading by  ��� -;*SjjfttM-.'liare.w-kefci�� ��� !t- :.ivise; provision..      - , *.        . y-....... . ...  '���,''''   '     . '       ���,���,,   j���.,���������   ���,i,,.-'"t��fc* house  of  cditiihojis "and becomes  -T-liere appears y no : good-, rpason. wliy:; , , ,-,.\     (-  ���,-.-������.������.,:.., -.    .,-  ,:,...���:. ,^,       t  i,. ,.^-���h.��.o.��'i la-w��    Thea will foLlow, the  climax of  sucti'a.1 cotixse -would  not  hare  T>een. ���    ���������.-���-..   *. -. .-.   ,...,.-,,!.'.,   .-,,.-  ..-���'-,'.j.-:--;-- .',;���'������-,-;   -.: - ,j>' r,^4c,v=fl ��� o,    tUestory���the road.hu ilds. to  Phoenix  just.fleci.    I-f snch grounds existed -to- '        ���   ���������--.,-    .,  tj.i-A v*/--j -;"'������������'���'.*< ^   I-.- -':/.- -,: ���v!.,:+j:fi>   via Boundary   Creek.- and; Greenwood  .acjay. down on, tltedLatin. the  vicuinyof ���*      ��� .        -  "'' f' '"*'''������  '-' Y : " ,     ��l.       ' ��� 'i * y" :Zy.' becomes its headquarters,  '.the-itauii, .rauiKli-y:they might .be.niitde^ ,,. , M       :.-���-..���'  -the '-source:''o&.'flatly healthful 'j��;crea--|*  ,., ��� .--*., ,'���-.*,, ..y ,. . v.; .  lioiiaad-ttfe sccue of weekly  pastimes , A. NEVA'-, INDUS TRY.   .-,,-  Ctfiat". Wbiid ' be   very   attni'ctWe- ; 'All '   .about, ua .sir��., .many; liicn. bfl'sliift on  NOTICE.        \ -.-. ���:.  Xotice is hereby given tliat at tlie next  tncetinsr of tlte Licence C^mmissioiters of the  City nl Greeuwoud, 1 intend to apply for a  transfer of tlie Liquor License held by rae Ior  the Gambrlmis ltotci, situate on lot 10, block It,  Silver street, to tlte Ladysmttli Hotel, situate on,  Gold strict. ��� LOUIS PORSCHNERl' ---������  - Dated tills 4th day of April, 1<)IQ.  NOTICE-  A Special Mcetinir of tlte Board ofLiceiiBe  CominiKsioners for tne Boundary Creek License  lHslri'cVtt'Ul be lield at the' Government Office,.  Greenwood, 'B. C, on; Tuesday, Way tiol3tlt?  1902. atthejhour of 10 o'clock in the' forenoobiv  to coriRldertlie application of; J. W. O'BRtEN  f >r a Retail License for the "HOTEL VEN-  DOOM"-, situated in Anaconda, B.C  I   A. DINSMORE,  Chief Licence Inspector  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  WORLD'S SCENIC  ROUTE  Disect Lines,   Lowest,Rates  CAPITA!,   /ll000,0OO-$4,866,666.66  RcscmFun(l^365iOOO-.$l,776i333.33  HEAD OFFICE,:  London England.     H. STIKEMAN. Ctoertl M��a��tr,/mmtttfll,  '" " J. ELMSLY, Inssector.Montreal. * :.\-������" ','. ;' i '���  ���>*   .���   -.     .'��� '   >\A ;' -.'���',-' ^'i   !-*:- *.'  Blanches aad a.pen ib In ill the principal cities of Canada 'and tlie -United States,  op ,       .,-.       i,,-^"^.correspondents In all partaof the world,   j 5 fi; I, S J'v f  XX s    .   ,   .K-. r;-GBEENWOOD BRANCH :','Copper Stmt. '"������������ M l; 'y- 4^-  <>ooooo<>b<><x>o<>o<Hio<><>ooooboo-*ooo<x><>ooo<><>oo^oocoooo  <><HX>OOK>0<>0<X3k>0:00<>0<>00<500^>0*<H>000:0000<>0000^^  On" Jurife 1st we dissolve paftnership, A) For  the' next 30 days we will sell at cost for cash  -  '   ' "only/'  :r tv3c/^  ''/ i  LLEY  Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums; Etc-  i r ' '   ��' *     '   - > ���> ?.   ' "  ���*^^^r\ THE :<%ftf,��^��� -      r  EAST  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ott aw a  Montiea.1  New York  WEST  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle       '  Portland  San Francisco  f,Sat.iird!L\- .aitecciapKs,- say, wlio, ^v-puld;  ������-gtv.diy-'avaal itheeinseLv-es-of ara. opjor-  rfuni'tpi-o-tk'K^-'psia-t in'iir.cl to1 p'a��rob5ae'  . jiijcli' eveii'ls.  .,:. A '..town' liliit th'**!uyvoort d��!j)��i'de'iit  > liniionJTiflusSrLe-s-employing-larg�� bodies  -i6#;"nien,;' o^res \ t ' li> -herself- an-d to her.  'rp'ut'roQ^ ta provide  such' atmis-eineiits.  '-'&i-��;~<ejiwooi,s   ceti'tral   position   'voulfi  ��� .*������-.yin.i yf&xJ. -.'���������-��� -;  ,.   i ���>���:���;/������'.'   ��� ���. ������'���      :���������  ^ni.tl^e it the coaiuioii i��oiivt for iithLfchc  i-cpuiests oi..aj.t, HineU: bctvviicn ���teEuna  ������f risen, the   Motlitr   Lode-- and ���' Sunset j  ��� ' G-reennooijl aii<L   Phoenix; ' Eliolt   a.nd  ."Milw'a.y, e*c,, Ln'a'dditio'n to lio-iii-e con-  ...tes-ts  HlieHsei- lia   base ball,   la cross*,  ''������:��� tiigs-of-'Wa.r, ���', et<c. -, A   city . ni tkes.. no  '���-. mistake.in its earLy. histor}"-- in pro-vid-  "iiig- fo r'juibl ic" parks  a.nd  such ree'rear  j.tipa gJcii'inclH as suggrestei."  The i&��r-  ,-seat athletic .-patcle is.miich tq<>iarbut'  , to   Be   nttractn-e. and if sonie aans"  .. cwsLd tie-- devised to -pt-'jvide for g-ood_  c.-.i.iti-aL'jrro^tidS' tbe; sa:me>Avoti.ld  prove.  ^^a-i'ooc>tnw*sttiierit-for-theit(>rviir-r-��i---=-j':--=  ,UNi3; WA.Y .TO\ KEEP .������'ABOVE  -j-'-i .-.y-v-y-  WATER."...���<:���,-, ���.. *VV.*  -���,!- fllse Miner. -Raa��tte,'aays(: . '.'"Vyhilie  1 :'Greenwoofll is-'<iaruriixg--up6ri. whstt.is  "'" t'life'bfcst'-tBilki.jr-rto''be done to'lte*|>a-b'fc)'ve  -..' w-��lU'i; audi jg*et reudy Jcir tlie rtis-d' thajt  .v.tha'i isesjH'^tcd i.i�� tliis ):oiiii try. within  ---���the'.-ii est few, rrco>ntli=i, Grand   F.o-rks,  '���vi-Hli- Ha ' tisiiai. ������ ���jirogressivetiees'"-' h'a.H  ' 'fi'1 |'*i" si|jeacl"ain��l '^i ready." '���   ''  'The   bjiance "sheet  of 'the ' city of  ..Grand fortes 8li(��rt�� tliat.ivilli   die end  o�� LWl, thi-t ci ty had-issued debentair��s  - -aiiaoiii��ti��ij over 8207,000 of. winch S22r-  OUO -were <oit hamd,  a   ucaf debtitiWiv-c  d��il>t ou-latan<ti��i(if of $185,000.  G-reedvroiwS's. debt- is losss than half  thai   t��i-  ^0,000.-      Some   day   Grsiui  ���..Fortes ;��nay   be 6^Hiring in a v��iry real-  '-��� istic way- a�� to liow  to "k��!��;y ubov��  '���'" water,"' ���  "'There is imj^ressiv^iiessthat is-not  p-og-re&s, aud   Uiere  is a going slow  tlia-1. is nleliiiat* lu-s'tc..,  ' RETU38-W 'FKOVt VICTORIA.  J>el��irates . Stuii Ies',. a ii d' " Moitiloali  who w��otto Victoria recently UHnter-  ���view the:   pfo-v-traimeiit in   connection  v-Lt1i naa-ttera'of iriteceat to the -welf-axe  oi',-Greeinvood  and  the IJoundary, re-  ,ti i��;ji<A Jaa* ev-unitag.      ,.���--..  '.'They   i��3>ort   theaisel ves - <1 elifr3i t��<i  vritli the recep-tion  accorded 1h��in by  the rnetabera of the government. They j  ���wens1 tr'eateid ivitih. every^ courtesy and j  the several niaflers they  liad an  hand !  The, Cana-lian Smelting: Works . at  Trail will early in May have.their lead  refinery hi full operation.' Already  they have demonstrated the successful  working-,��f theplatit. This is the only  silver-lead refinery in Canada and the!  product already turned-out proves to be  the 'highest':grade of' lead, free from  impurity,  and 'admirably adapted for  y-i ��� ���' .���';-���* / *        . ��� *' i .-'*  the manufacture of -paints. .  . It is top,.,bad,-,that the .Dominion  g-overnment will not take -steps ��� to  foster: this' infant, industry with a'  measure of protection equal to' that  extended other siiniliar classes of products, This mountainous part of  British Columbia'lives largely on protected goods, and feels that it has a  i-ig-h'tlto asfeprbtectionfofitiis the only  product demanding protection. We  consume larire qusiatities   of   eastern  .j^.-^. >:.    ��� :.�� . ��� ^ r :.-\: .-A',   r. :���������. -y'. .       ;.  Pan ada, protected goods and ,f eel th at  if the principle'is at ;ail right here is a  "fkia-'justification most apparent, More:  over it is  believed that the 'demanded  increase in duty >?ill not. add to the  cost to the consumer,, ���.: At present  British '.Columbia: lead ore'is market -  ed abroad', largely at Atit'werp, where  it is converted hit��-white leacl and returned to. Cauada. The added tariff  charge;.vypiild,not be greater : than this  double freight rate across to Europe  ari<l return, but the". tariff "would save  tha market to Canada. .-,  . Public meetings, arc/.beinu; held in  the Kootenays praying': the government to take action in the matter. '-''���'   -  0<>0-<>0<>0<>000<><MHD<H>CK>0<>0<>CK><>  Has  opened   his Ice  Cream -Parlor at the  in the Clarendon Block.  SOFT DRINKS  Fresh Candies Dailvf.  . ...Ji. full .line, of all kinds of;  fruits always oh hand.'.;..' ,. ,.'  Strawberries now oh  sale   and:  receiving daily.      ��� ,y .,...,'  C V.,:SEMERAD,;     ;,  Clarendon Block".  via Soo Line, St. Paul, Chicago  and all U. S. points.  TOURIST SLEEPING SERVICE    '  EAST ���   Leaves  Kootenay   I��anding Tuesday and Frida3-  Leaver Dunsniore Junction  ���DAILY-  WEST :   Leaves Re\ elstoke dallj.  Homc-scekers Excursion Tickets on sivle  -�� cstbound Marcli 1st to April 30.  Steamship Service,  Trotii Vancouver  Alaska, Hawaii, China, Japan and   Australia  ^Through booking-s to,Europe, via all .Atlantic  lines.       ' '      -���.-.-���.  E. REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwood, B.C.  i OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. �����  HEALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  *���  e��0��0����Ki��tt##������#����^0^����## ��  DOM  M  . m- ���������������'  ONE 'OF- Mli WS  CIGARS.  THE BEST LINES. IN  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES  -Newspapers',     Periodicals ���.,*���  - Stationery.  A Full im Choice Candy  Copper Street. Greenwood  *  -��  -��  "��  ,-. *  �����  .:-��  '-��  .- '-*  ' #  !������-'*  '   '-��  . ..*  -�����  '/'-��  ,- ���1*  - '���*  -, .--�����  .��  -,w��l  ...��  ". ��  '..#  ; ��  ��� -��  ��  ��  .-.'���:��  -��  '���:��������  1?  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  0  ��.  #  ��  ��  ��  ��  V  a  Charles R. Pittock,  TRY OUR  C6PPW8  drop's.  < Jri Jfc Jfi Jfi JA &. ,��. J& td* v* ^9* O* .1* v* >)* J* v.   v* id* v* J& J& J. w* J& tjn 9J& Jv JS Jn Jn 9J. Jfi A>*  ���*:���!. rftunnr.ipsr  vreresjg-oae Lato-v-eiy earnestly aad care- j o<>CKKM>o<><>CK><KMK>OK><K><x^ooo<>o  'CARPETS ;  LINOLEDBIS  CROCKERY-  ;GLASSW  CDTLERT ;V!  SILVERWARE  .-BAR-GOODS  The larg-est - hotels and finest  ..���residences in B.C. were fur- .  nished by us throughout  WEILER BRQS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  *%'  *&  *&  v%  'W  OT  '���-^  OT-  OT  !iOT"  OT  OT  OT  -OT1'  OT  The Russell-Law  Co., Ltd.  VU  fcfc  fefe  tk  W��  *k  They will next week.   Meantime call   fcfc  ia and look the place over.    *C    X   ^  X  Have been too busy to tell you about  their New Stock,     $��       2%, < > X  X  ."?  ad; in thCTInies  Get Business..  �� ^ *^ ��$��� * ��� ��� * * 4* ���*��� * 4- * * * ��fr * * 4�� 4�� * ���*��� 4* * @  * "WELL THAT'S FIE1" *  4*  4  Is what they all say about  $   THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR,  4��  Impossible  to cut the  face;  shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  ���-<t..  Illustrated booklet free.      Mail Orders promptly filled.  n ,,--;-������  4*  4��  McLennan,   McFeely   &  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  122 Cordova Street,  !$�����<> ��f��<$"$��'f����f' "f "f���������f[ ���f"<^-��f"*f"*fB��f"f^��f��"f����f����f��,fMf��."����"f��'  4^  '^  r /  THE -.BOUNDARY   CREEK , TIMES.  3/  The Rossland Miner arid'Spokesman.  Review appear to' haye been rubbing it  in( a little in regard to.tlia.-t "hot-air"  celebration   and   last'-��� golden    spike  basiness.  ti"..v:'.-  The Deputy Minister of Agriculture  ins a recent report on dairy farms sur-  roXindingispeiaka. highly of tHe'health-  ful conditions in. which he founds the  "byres."^ Bjrr��mind ybu.'."������''      '���''���''  {"I'll stray, Plla-tra^to the promised  land" is; the' grand 'cterus.'eo^iaany:  Americans are faininV in this spring-  as they''make ready to take. up the  fertile lands of Manitoba and,, the;  North west. - , !"  J  [���  }Like the man-^iOi pne"j.sideSjjpadMJd  in ice and with a huge mustard plaster  on the other, Nebraska recently jrras  complaining of the blizzard-freezing-  the life out.'of everything on one side  of the state and the hof wave scorching  every green thing on the other.  v According, to reliable data 44,000  peopled hare' settled in, .the' State of  Washington already this spring. The  people and capital of the east follow  the lead of men like Mr/ Hill who are  doing so much and so successfully to  exploit Washington. .   ;���"������. MfoTERAI/ ACT.'"  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  CLYDESDALE    and  . MOUNTAIN    LION  Mineralclaims situate.In the Kettle River  Mittlbg DlvisUn ofXalis Di8trict��  - Where located:   Iii Deadwood camp, yA  TAKE NOTICE that I, John Robert Brown,  Tree Miner's CertlOcat* No. B40688, as ag-ent  iorDivid A. Goo*, Free Miner's  Certificate  No.  B40451,   Intend    si*ty   days    from    the  date hereof, to apply to . the mining- recorder  iora'certnicate* of litipri>ycmetU8,for-ttaepur-  poseo ofctaliiinR  crowa grants of the above  claini' ,-'���'���  And farther take uotice that action, under  section 3*7, mast be commenced before the issuance of sucli certificate of Improvemcntss  " Dated this 2nd lit)- of April, 1902.'  "  J. R. BROWN.  JVHH ERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  ,ALICE,"NELilE'aiid:May,' Mineral Claims,  situated Iii the Kettle River Mining- Division  of Yale Distiict.  ,Where located:  Ne*J   to Dry   Creek   and  ' Sfisaeier'* r'fich,'aWnt three miles from the  '.'Uow-u ��f -A.a��bi>ndt.:  TAKE NOTICE that we, John N.' Creden,  Nicholas Tholl, Donald d. .McLaren, ana  .William G. McMynn, Free Miners Certificates  Nosj B40626, B����ar,tB��li23, C406O1 respectlTely,  intend slaty, diysf rem the date>hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder Ior- Certificates of improvements,; .ior. the purpose' of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  - And further take notice that action, under  section 37, - must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements  Dated this 16th day of April, A. D.,190.2  John N. Greden, Nicholas Tholl, Donald d. McLaren, Win, G. xcuynn.  JtJij*>#&JIJI.S.#&J).9*jl.jl,J*J.Jt  l Nobody canlbjame the C. P.3R. for  aot vranttag* to"'di\ride up trie l'three-  quajrtera of, ,a ^million .a year say, it is  getting- put of the .infant mining industries of the Boundary, nor can any  one .biame Mr. Hill for' thfc desire to  ffct his finger in the pie.  **It cost New Brunswick just $22,273.37  'ia entertain the Prince and Princess of  ^Wales 18 hours last summer���a trifle  "of $20 a minute.   The real thing comes  high. A' <"   '" ��V  <t. *j  .PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,  * His Honour the Lleutenaut-Govenor has been  ' pleased to make the following appointment: .  'J, ���, 14th ApriVlTOJ.  . ,'Xiksi.by Mbgraw, of �� Camp McKinney,  ; Esquire, J. P- to be a Deputv Mining Recorder  %for that portion of the Kettle River lilnlnp  Division situated on the Upper West Fork of  Kettle River, with Sub-Recording office at  .Beaverdell.  MAIL CONTRACT  " SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the  Postmaster General, Till be received at Ottawa  ...until noon, on Friday' the 30th May, for tie  conveyance of Ber Majesty's Malls on a proposed contract for four years, tw��Ue times per  week eich way, between the Greenwood Post  ..Office and 'Colombia and Western Railway  station, froth the 1st July next.  Prltited'tiotlces containing further ���'information'as to conditions ot proposed contract  may  ^be^se^n arid blank. forms of Tender may be  ~- obtained at)"the;;Post" Office of Greenwood and  .-' at this office. :.���';" v., .  ,^ Post OfficeInspector's Office 1W. H. DORMAJT  '"Vancouver; BvC."       }       Post Gffice  18th April, 1902. 1 Inspector.  ,    1 - j LAND REGISTRY ACT-  la tbe Msrt��r of tbe "Land Registry  Act" and  lo tb* Matter ofthe Certificate of Title to  Lots 23.2 J and SU In Block 26 Midway  ":*���'���.���"��!�������� 9:"-������-' _   -   -  Whereas the Certificate of Title of Uacley,  Ingrim to the above mentioned hereditament,  bearing -date' the 20tfc 'day- of September, 1900,  and numbered 3899a hai been lost or destroyed,  and application has been made to rae for a  '���"duplicate thereof;- ' ��� ������" " '"-������������ .v...--���_.-  Notice is Hereby  Given   that  a   duplicate  ; Certificate of Title will be issued at the expiration of one month from the date hereof unless  .   in the meantime valid objection to the contrary  , in made to me In writing..  Dated this Z5th day of April, 1903.  . W. H. EDMONDS,  ' District Registrar.  Land Reclstry Oflice,  '   '        Kamloops, B. C.  ����� ��  ��� Headquarters for *  --��  o  .'���-���  .'* .  .*.  '������  o  ���'���  -, *  ��  *  ���'*  Clarendon  I Hotel ���  *~>  Corner  Copper   and  " ������ Streets.  Greenwood  Steam Heated  Throughout.  tt*ar sr ��r ir ir jp K* k�� ir ip ip tf jc ��r **ip  Rooms 50 Cents  and up.  Pine A&uortment  Liqaors and Cigars.  000000000&OOKKX>0000000<H>00  D. <Bannerman  The***  GROCER  Dosn't advertise very  much but he sells lots of  Good Groceries for Very  Little Cash,   :   :    :.    :  Bannermaris  Cash Grocery  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-  House and Lot  1n Anaconda.  ��� ���;' Cheap and Easy Terms.  GAUM k WICKWIRE  A complete stock of erery-  thing in that Uae.reasonable ,��  prices.  *  ��  ��  9  a.  ".��  '-* "   flj      I*--.'������ i7i%lAdt: ���--'-���  ��  ������'���  *  *���  *  *  S --������ -;*������:���'::���;phone JNo. *j.    ., .... *  3. C. gole^  Books,   Stationery,. Office,  ��� '!'. - j, ^npjlies'^etc.'; ['���.  V  B  S  *  Kodaks and Materals, etc. etc.    ��  i":-.':'.::: ���'.- Phone So; 33;'-'".. ' " *  MIBTERAL- AOT.  Certiiicate ol Improvement.  NOTICE.  TIGER  Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located : -In  Beaver Camp,   West  Fork of Kettle River. ;������-.  TAKE NOTICE  that I, John P. McLeod,'  Free   Miner's    Certificate    No.     B40f87,    as  agent   for; William   M.   Law,   Free / Miner's  Certificate     No.       B+1382,      iutend   . sixty  days from  the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improre-  mentB for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tho above claini  And farther take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before tbe  issuance of such Certi" mte of Improvement,  Dated llis 20th day of February, A. D., 1902.  Mar.'27-May 27. J. P. McLEOD,  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  HOMESTAKE Mineral claim situated In the  .  Kettle  Riyer Mining  Division   of    Yale  ,    District.. '     ., -  Where located: Iii Dayton icamp, adjoining- the War Bag-le claim, L. 1679.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BS120. for self and  aa ag-ent for Atn��lejr Megraw, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B30349 and S. G. Detchon  Free Miner's Certificate No. B3782S, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining-Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, fortnepurposeof obtaining Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this and day of March 1902.  MINERAL. ACT, 1900.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE  MYRTLE Mineral Claim, situate In the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :   In Dayton-camp, adjoln-  Int the Homestate miueral claim.  TAKE .NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 8120 for self and  as agent for Ainsley Megraw, Free Miner's  Certificate No. BJ03t9, and Hugh MegrawFree  Miner's Certificate No B30341, intend sixty days  fromSthe'date hereof,   to apply tothe Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  aboveclaim.  And farther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this 22nd day of March, 1902.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  DON'T KNOW Mineral Claim,situated In the  Kettle River Mining Division ' of Yale  District.  Where Located :      Smith's   camp,    near  Boundary Falls.'  TAKE NOTICE that we, Geo. R. N2den,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 416SSB, and  Sj dney ��� M. Johnson, Free. Miner's Certificate No. 8120B' intend sixty  days from the date hereof to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvement for the, purpose' of obtaining a crown  grant for above claim.  And farther.take notice that action under  cection 37 mnst.be commenced before the Issuance of such certificate of Improvements-,  Dated this 15th day of February, A. D., 1902.  KOTICE TO CREDITORS.  In The Matter ol tbe Estate of Ludaa Tedrow.  .   Hte of Asirefaitt Mountain, In tbe Province ot British Columbia, fanner, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in pursu  ance of the Revised Statutes of British  Columbia, 1897, Cap. 1.S7, that all creditors and  others having claims against the estate, of tbe  said Luclaa Tedrow -who dieD on the 22ad day  of November, A. T>,, Wol,are required on or be*-  fore the 17th day1 of April, A. D.,1902,.to send  by jpoBt, prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned,  solicitors -for "William Lawless, Administrator  of the personal estate und effects of the said  deceased, their Christian names, . surnames,  addresses and descriptions with fnll particulars  of their claims, V statement of their accounts  'and the nature of the securities, (if anyl held by  them, duly verified.  And farther take notice that attar,the said  17th day of April, A, D. 1902, the saidAdmlnU  strator will -proceed t�� distribute the assets of  the deceased among the parties entitled thereto,  ha��lng- regard only to the claims of which he  shall then have had notice, and that the said  Administrator will aot be liable for ihe said  assets, or any part thereof, to any person or  persons, of whose claims notice shall - not have  beeu received, by. him at the time of such distribution. -.',-"���'������  Dated at GceemrooA, B, C, this 17th day of  February, A. D. 1902.-  -p-RINftLE & WHITESIDE,  Solicitor* for William Lawless,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "No. 2" and "No. 3" Mineral Claims situate' in  ihe Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. ' ���   i  ���'  Wherelocated:   lit  Crow Point Camp on  James Creek.  TAKE NOTICE- that I. Isaac H. Hallett,  ��� as agent for John Donglass, Free Miner's  "Certificate" No.; ~40253,~James"^ Atw6odr"~Free  Miner's Certificate No. B402t>5, Arthur N. Pelly,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B18275 and Gerald  T. Hodgson, Free Miner's Certificate No. B40490  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Kecorder for] Certificates of fm��  grovements,  for the purpose:of   obtaining  a  rown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action  under  section 37, mnst be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 4th day of April, A. D., 1902.  1. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To  George D. Edwards, and to any person or persons to whom he may have transferred his  Interests in the "Vncle.Sam" mineral claim  dnd "First Chance"  mineral claim, both  situate lu SkvlarkCamp in the Kettle Kiver  Mining Dirlsioit of Yale District, British  Columbia.  You are hereby notified that I have caused to  be expended 1295.00 to hold the said mineral  claims nnder the Mineral Act, that the proportion you should contribute for your undivided one-third interest In each of the above claims  Is $68.33, and if within ninety days from the first  publication of this notice you fall or refuse to  contribute tbe said sum of $68,33, which Is now  due, with all costs of advertising, your interest  in each of the said mineral claims will become  the property of tne, the undersigned, one of  your co-owners, under section four of an Act  entitled the "Mineral  Act Amendment  Act,  1900."  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, the 25th day of  March, A. D., 1903.  EMANUELE PASTR O NE  s^mmim^  ��*  ontreal.  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  Best  .$7,000,000.  President.   Lok& Strathcona and Movmt Roy*l.  Vice-President:   Hon. C-eor&b A. DRC3��MOM>.  General Manager:   E. S  Clocston. .  w2  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement  ".   NOTICE. y.yy-  WHITE HORSE mineral claim in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yalo. .  Where situate:   In Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, B. L. Wood, Free  MLner's Certificate.No. B. 41602, on behalf  of myself and as agent for JSunes Graham, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 40699and Annie Hud-  n, Free Miner's Certificate No. B42634- and  Margaret F��� Mercer, Free Miner's Certificate  No, B55805, Intend ��� sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining. Recorder for  a Certificateof Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining- a * Crown Grant of the above  claim.   --,." ��� '..   ���  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,   '  Dated this 16th day of December, 1900.  First Issue Jauuarv 10. B.L.WOOD.  Branches In London, Eng. \ c^?1a*ri<��.��U Sew fort; Calcafl. g[  Buy and Hell Stt;rlinjy Exchange anil Cabli- Transfer* : Gr*m I." ���mmercial an  Traveller.,' CredltH. available in any p?-     ���' 'N" \\<irld.  Greenwood Branch,    F. J, FlNUCAftfc, maflager^  THE fAMDM RANK OF fOMMERJ  With Which is Incorporateditbe  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 AUiafer  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  * s  P. BURNS & CO,  *  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  Wholesale and Retail Meat  Merchants.  ��  *  1      Markets at:   Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway, and Phoenii.  -��  .* *  __   __ _  * ���  *  ��  ��  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  vJrW    ��� Ti  PORTMAN  8t PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR.  Ell IR I  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It I It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  1    The James Cooper Mfg, Co.,   1  ��*-  -MONTREAL, OUEBECr  MANUFACTURBRS OF  -�����  1 Ingersofi 'Serjeant rock drills, straight line %  1      IHacbinery.;     S��Z*.C(mss m ��� %  ���������i  BOILERS, HOISTS, PIMPS, Etc. c0^^fll\\S^^  STOCK CARRIED l"H ROSSLAND.  y    Af tuts For The Bullock Diamond Drills.  Hn K. JH. ��. mcnallv, Rossland, B. e. aaxasm  THEi BOUNDARY   CREEK - TI^ES;  <'^^.<<iX��CH^^><>'><^t~:">.{r<Mt'��H<^>XM:*-  J?  !  v 1*1 iiiiSillll^a-..  niYAlfltYFlE/IF  uaHMliPSfi hSJM'"  '.V Camvra U  Known by th��i  picture 11  tiiUi-K��� mil l>.v It sine.'  ;,. The Folding-Pocket  Kodaks  . |i��V�� i|iu capabllitU-s of onnierns oi'tu-Ux'  '��� tlieir bulk. Tlioujfli sn'i:il1o�� compass.  'itlH'V-piwsess tlio very cslBinenls of. sue-  ���-'fce.-i-ful picture tn!<iui!���:������ mhi-jIb iiskbIi-  'iuii.-Mii. an optical iiprfvotlvii.  ;Kbaates,$5^0C/to:$75.,|  ';*   Weaull-.von tliealiove at slrict.lv.  list Jjt)  NiriosR.      'Kcmemoer     its      Eastmans ,1,  'KodHU-and the only   instrument of tlie ,t,  '"���Iciiiil on salein  every  civllhud country ,t.  'Mil LIir worlii.    Ourdarlt room  isntyotir, Jtr  'ritisjiosal���freeof cliai-ye. ,���,  1  1  i  v  '4  Local Capital; Secures   an  Interest;  OflfJ Fellows.  Tlieanniversary Sefyicesofthe Odd  Fellovys, Boundary ValleyLodge-, No  ���38, will be held in the Presbyterian  Clxhrch'' Sunday evening- next JDr.  McRae' will������ preach a. sermon:; appro*  imate.for the occasion.  %: Books, ..Paper., ,'.OJVica    Supplies,   "Wall   ,*,  '       .\.'y     "��� ''.    ;i*:iijfcri'P'hoUi'SiH!i)iics. ��� ��>  ,^<���''>>x���',^���<"X���M^���H���C">^���:J"^*x���H;M^���>^���>  ���'��..##*# iss #.��;��**.* **��**����-aai-|������5��  IH. A. KINC" & 0).  *J''.              '.-' -    ���   ', .'*.���'..  '.'���'������             ������:���".   ,  Mi  ft-..                                                            "    '  ��                               must  ������*';             .       reduce-their      ,. ���    .  &���'���    *               '. larffe *.        * '", -.'.-.  'st .;.���*./���.;������ _-*���-. ���.;������ ,.*,;  ; stOCk ...OC....                  ......  |*:OFiflEE;SlBMESf.:  '���#  B  '���St'  2$'5          They offer Brrg-ains ���  W.           ���'���'''   ���i^   ;���::���'?:.  ..  $|SMiMoniFilK/;: ! ;<���;;':  ��|,. Blanlt Books,  ���,'�����  H      Ms ol al! Kiiifls,  ���*'!= '                         , .   ���  '  ^         Typewriter Papei,  *  ���fe  -*  J|     , -, . .Writing Materals.  4V**-"  ���a  # ���-..  -a  *'  11111II  Many Thousands in Ore Ready For.  ;    J Shipment.  j\TOTICEi�� Hereby lilvcn that wlthU sixty  J-jL. <lays frem tlatii I Imcitd to apply to the'  Ki'uottratleCluof Commissioner of liacds aiid  S'tirksfor permission to jiurcliane: tb�� follow-:  \nn dvscrllicd laud, situate in the Om>yoo�� l>lr\-  atonof Tule.I)istil<-t ; Cummeiicln'ir.at a. post  lilantcd on the North-west' cof��4'r Of Joliti A.  Cva'iSo'n's pre'-cmcJtloii, tlumco-'Nonh twentv  cliains, tliimce cast forty cliaiiis-, fliencc South  lM-citt;,' chains, thcitci! Wcit"forty chains to tlie  pultitof ccimmuiKjeniciit, rotuaiiiiuf,' I80)'acre��,  mure or less. JOHW'A; COUtSON,'  Dated. Marcli 16th,1902.  S'lrsi publication'April 4th,' 1902.'  For sale No.'5 Hydriaulic Ram ,6.to 10  gallons water per minute, 2.inch drive,  t inch discharge. {See. A. I/. .White-  2nd Handi Man..  Look to Your; Eyes  ; *.-��� ������ i U.^h''-.    ."')'y  Consult an Opticiah.  The Providence property' is jnsti-fy-  lhei.expecta.tious;of that -veteran,miner  MCri-FowlerAvhO'toolt; it over; on lease  and bond only six months since. Tlie  few inpnths'*,the present managemuut  have liad it have seen it converted from  a piece (of.grpund.known to jhaye.some  good ore oil it, to: a'prospbet1 of a most  promising- character, with thousands  of dollar's'-worth of ore'on ������ tlie dump  ready for shipment, with a fi tie ledjfe  exposed! for a considerable ('istance  and with two shifts of men at work  thereon.  For years Mr. Fowler has been looking forward for the opportunity tl��at  has come' his -way, never losing., tlte  assurance he,ielt,thata,tgreat,property  ..was waiting,here for the man willing-  to risV",a:te\v;.faoh'ths;'*of-Judicioud,r!yy��TJt  on his belief in the property. Tlie  work of ;Mr; Fowler a.nd ,his;' associate  'for:the;pastsix months;!;developed ore;  |enoug,h;to ]b'uy^thei;properjby'| whichvhe  had! bonded.for a few thousand dollars.  For some days a deal, only just coid-  Lpletfed.i'has  been pending- whereby^a  j few local (gentlemen have  securedj'.ran  jundevided  half   interest   in   the ��������>,��?-  i'pertyj-.ithe claim, being valued at $50,-  000.,:; Flight .thpuiand.,dollars.r(^i.QQO)  were .paid in ,'cash  and;. the, (biaiaticjfciis  to  be .paid  on ,sliort tiine.     The  n.ew  owners rare''pleased' With thiiir ittvest-  .ment arid!beg-ilining yo'storday' eniarg-  ed  the working force somewhat,   j-tllie  pur'ojiase price could;.h'ay*e'v been   subscribed  locally many  times over.:But  'Mr:; WVM^Iira\y;and:'as  lucky buyers;" t*arge crowds of people,  visited t'Vie claim Suridaylas't and^vere.  'd'elig h fed - withHhe'sight of "the. .tqn-s-,pf  stuff   in  the ore  house in   vvhtch the  unaided eye coiild jjrevelj in free goldi.  [native.j'silyer, grey siiver,.,upd lead.������,���*,  ' Thie--' pherioinenal   blboniing' of   the  Pfo'videnceiritb: a great"1 prospect ha^  stimulated interest in adjacent  claians  and leases and bonds are being iargly;  sought.** ���"!���  FOR SALE,  20 freslVniilk-cows,with'calves;.Par-;i  ticttlars under ."EJ" this .office,  P  -li  .������l..,  PKOPESSIONu^L CARDS,  O  Aviu-iu vourevSdim and when you caTiSoifcoii-  xi niie for any length ol time to regard small  . .. yojticts.as iiWeadiiigv  Wlieii you iuv-'oluntarily fr'owit or'ii'arlty cioSe"   .'the��yes when lookiitf,' at an object.,,..,.,.,..,.,...  Wliun things'���swim" or become <lira  after being looked at for,'soiiie;ti>ue.    ;;/:���;-.yv ,-.���������   ���  JVlicn the eres'aciie, smart'or   water;   when  '   Tour-eye"nds,'jret,inflafli��d'qftjsti, ornvheu;  :y<iti liai-epairi;iii tlieeyc hall, or"bit,.tehM>ies;  'orJorehfcad-' ,,-. i ������ ";���������������;������ ������"'��������� '/���;', ���������;���'���;'  ���AVlieti'-yoii have aiiy ner'voit's dc'raaijeniSillit that  ".'    you cait'not otherwise accoti ui fiir.   -   ~-  Don'clssttlic matteroE expense .keep yoii.,frora  vislliii^us.   Siffht  Vrfa��'preclc>UrttQ-y<>iiaa  life  itself, and we test the eyes   free   of  . cluirfTf. .  uw  OlMmiAIS. ASI) JEWELERS.  REUIAOtiE  AGE.NTS  \\re'.wa.iit at'once trustworthy men'nnd women  i-.i .-wry locality, local or travelling, ii> imro-  diic�� a ii'JW ilisc'ivi��ry and kecji our show cards  aadartverlisliitf matter tackinl up in conspicuous places' thro'tivHimt tlie jow-u- and <oantry.  Sitadv emplurntoiit vear round: coimiiissitiu or  ��� saiarf-; S*5d0; per' Moiiih and Expenses, not  to eicifd ?i-5.' "it dav.    Writi' fur partkulars  ..  . .   .   l'ostqflice Box 337  latermtionaljilcdical Co., London,.,0nl.  '���i^ti'a regular meeting of the Greei;-  wood Miners' Union held at Mottien.  L,ode Hall, May: 2nd, 1902, the lollovr-  ing-'jijjresoliitiou iwas;!,, unauiniou'sly  adopted., _        ;   '."< ���' ,   , ,  " "Whereas~iFJ" rias:Tpiease<i_ "ainiigjaty;  God our all wise creator to, remove  froiir our f midst-bur,'- esteernedi, aud'  worthy brother.-and corlaboceri.,.��� and'  \yhereas, iu the death of Brother Johnson ''"'we'1--v!are! ag-ainSreminded of the  uncertany-,of,v life. ��� Therefpre_.be it  fesolved'that while'we deplore the;sad  calamity, that ha�� befallen ju*;; we bow  iii most *Vilimbic 'submtssioh-'-to his  divine will. Be it further resolved  that in the death of Brother Joh uspn  this upion.; loses a staunch advocate-  and a faithful worker, the family a  true and loving' son and brother and:  the community a g-ood and a. loyal  citizen.  Bt-i it further resolved that our char-^  ter be draped for thirty days, a copy,  of these resolutions suitably engrossed  be sent to the parents of our deceased  brother, ?, copy be spread upon our  minutes and that a copy be published  in the local paper and also in the  Miners Mag-azuie. .,  Geo. F. DouoHicKiv,  MviKank;-'  Samuki, McCl.ENir,v.Kl>.   ,  SSA'8f  'AX  9&  Gfeenwood^.''-'.'-..     *  SsW  ������������*;.���*..��� Calgary  K GRIEGER, Manager.  %9\  HALLEmTy^rJSHAW.iu ;  '      SiRKIS/yKRS,., SpWClTORS,  ' MOTA.RIBS -.POBI/IC. ���-.  Ua*i'��s- A*.adres_K ;;���/ " haclbtt;" ;  ^Diii-,l^,uiM-M'Neln's'QR����*woo;  c'lln:it',:1.M(>relnb.&'Xeal's'  '��� '  >  '(;i,��iber:.s.' '       'j'  l. H.- llMUVtiiT;-"..''  $fi C L��'fc>D!���, icB B ROWlM;:  . B'iKRJBIK'JiS.:.yVKp Sp'l4CI��pJR^,.'.  Notak.i��si-Pdb'i.ic, . Etc.  OIBce*:   ..,.:������ ��������-��� ol9ckvC,i>i>per street,  . .  ., ���        Greenwood, H.C."  J. It. Brown, J. P.'McLeod.  OharleMae+shaw, t  ClVII., EiN-ptNEKR,  Dominion    and?;. Provinciau  , '���'��� IiAND-SUKyEVpRy.;.  <3REEWWo.OD.,   r    '���"     :     :  ^E^ASIHO'ROFiF.: <.  ���   Domlniooi anif,  Provincial! LandiSarveyori  Mimne'andtEhfln.eerine. Surveys.,-���  Underground Work a Speclaltn  Wood Block (iiettiCustoms officei),  y<-:>!=���;���': ;"yyy. ���'''*GR^EKWf.OOD, B. C.  *Wg��I^^.M*Ml^lWM^M>^^^M^M*M*.  :;-^-y.,'-y    SOCIETIES..  BOUNDARY VALLEY���L0DCE  ���:..-::No.<3SJ.fOf;0. P.:,,'-y- ���  Meets .every. Tuesday Evening, at S.OO in tlieir  lodce.TOorii at Masonic Ha.ll., .'."AVcordial',Invi.  tHtli)ii'j.8 exfe'ndedjta aU',��ij.6iiritiiis'''bretlievn. ���  Fbbd,'Bi.-HoLMBsi-NiG'.  "Wl B7rkiTH, Keb,Scb  1           -*   " ���   -.'-      ..   ���.-:. ii;,-'. -n��|2 ��i-i-i-.i.i            L"J  '-   .11.    i.'    . 1.; VI i, a^.i-hia  Eadses Spring and  "'... $^^*i!r:^J|il^:��;-y  ^Jaisis and ^:y  Dressing laekets*  ta'.���;.; jliilljW^^xl  ft-  !it:i  of mnm&m  :jJ;:jGv  EVEJRYTHING FiRST;Cti^^S. ,  .T^EiBE'ST^OF^EQTtiSl-S^i-'^Npf,.  -������' DG)-M-EST?3:G:u-WI'SBBJ'SV^tQnORS;' i  ;-: ������������?V>'A:N-D:'--1 Gl&ARS;' ��� ���  :EJRSrC.-Ct/ASS:  S^MPIyB*;*'RGOM^I  '   "POR   TRAVEI/ilNG; ������ 'iMEKv.:..  ���;'hllilW'i'<J>'i''-Bm'n'V        ���' ^*&^>&^i$*Q^^  . ���- y:.'���''.. *.: ���:,*���'-'���- :.       ^!.,'l    *V*i '  "A^'y'A   yy>   *���*,. \Ury yr'*y:y y,.   .y "yyy  AecoMMdda.tigniEor;75GUUSTiS; Assets  $364,'S68^Q63i'^ iy"' Su^M^^iSfepTi 170.01  :Hi, ALLBNB^RG, M^tgfa'i,  rfearihe  otiierof Gcveromeiit and Creenww^i  ���;.:���'...    '* .;,Strc��is. ".-,--,,���,::.'  " ''-'���';'.'  -���''���,,.   "'���'i   m,1 "���" "���'���'    V   ���il::-'6��5-6.06r60-7.".EmpMei,.Sta1e...Rtt��t3i'fl8r.  50.00 in cash will buy a seven draiyer - ^-":? - - -���- ������-,-' ������ ��� - ���;'.*���-. ���-      ��.  now Singer, sewing, machine.' < A^t,A.", L.  ^nit^2ndBan^Slbre;../ /",  S'ijoici^, .vJYaah.  ������ CHARLESTi'KIP^^Stle^. ������.:_ .-.-: j./-.'..^n^-  Office,Tel. Brov^n, 211.   v ,   " -:^'^^-Reaide^-Tel.laoiith,'^,1'.^  ^  Horse Races, Bicycle ^  Iqrtje Firemen's Tournaini^nt-0 e Teams wilL coin||t^      ...  Base Ball Match p^^ i  ExGursion Rates From All Points oa thrCanaM ]

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