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 )'U  il  l**ms  f ifli^aV  are'  ,    *r �� ,    �� "   > -J  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C: FRIDAY; MAY 29, 1903.  No. 40  HOLIDAY  WELL SPENT  THE FINAL  Hospitable Midway Entertain a Big Crowd  A Good Programme of Sports and  Glorious Weather.  Providence Company Makes  Pinal Payment Monday  IS H  ��� Victoria Day was a gala day in Midway. Grand Forks, Phoenix, Eholt  and Greenwood, the surrounding' mining camps and all the farming settlement even as far west as Keremeos"  sent, their citizens to join the good  people of Midway in celebrating one  of Canada's most popular national  holidays. There is no more pleasant  spot than Midway for a day's outing  and favorable natural conditions were  augmented by the efforts of a hard  working committee who spared neither  time nor money in making the celebration a success. The success of the  celebration demonstrated what a few  people can do wi^eti they pull together  and work together.  The day was simply a perfect one.  Old King Sol shed his first warm rays  for this year over the broad valley and.  the big crowd basked in the sunshine.  It was a jolly crowd to. All were determined to enjoy themselves   andjsuc-.  ceeded ���'W:1^..w...  .,,.-Thos?,i,,^bO'-,took...t!J^!S��*ia^crest.-'Jh-  horse racing or  athletic-.sports founds  plenty  of  room  to  saunter about and1  enjoy one of the prettiest: valleys in  British  Columbia," or   could   listen to  the music of the Greenwood band. The  band bays turned out in- full force and  they were not stingy with  their music  Except when some of the enthusiasts  started   a   hopeless   rooting    for   the  Greenwood   base   ball   players   every  interval between sports  was  filled  by  popular selections.  It was Greenwood's off day but the  boys did not mind that. Greenwood is  a good loser. Some had builded hopes  on the base ball team. The team was  strengthened in - some respects but  there are many  weak places yet.   In  -.the-moruing^Grand^JForks^ met ,���the  Greenwood nine and pled up a score  that demonstrated that Greenwood  wasn't it. Sherman Haynes was in  the box for the Greenwood team and  for the first few innings he pitched a-  good ball but his arm is not hardened'  yet. With some practice Haynes will  make a pitcher that will be a source of  strength to the game. Si Perkins'behind the bat played his old tinie errorless game but showed poor judgment  in running bases. With but few* exceptions' the rest was a game of errors.  In the afternoon Grand Forks vanquished thePhoenix nine but' the slaughr  ter was not quite so dreadful ns in the  morning.  There were some interesting horse  races. A string of horses from  Cheney, Wash., captured the most of  the purses but several local horses1  made tlio races interesting. In the  bucking con tost two horses were introduced who woro possessed of every  possible trick and could give pointers  to those bucking bronchos made famous in western stories. Young Richter  carried off fir.-.t money for skillful  riding.  There were also foot races for the  boys and bicycle races. It was after  six before the programme was exhausted. The majority-of the visitors  returned to Greenwood by train to attend the opera. All were tired but  satisfied with the day's outing.  Do you use J* ��.; Ribbon Tea ?  To-morrow Saturday evening, J. M.  McCloskey, who lost his* eyesight  through an accident at the Knob Hill  mine, will give another entertainment  in the Auditorium, assisted by local  t.-!H'n!. The cause is a most worthy \  ������;���; .<��������� ���:linens generally should buy  tickets,  Payments Have Been Made Out of  Proceeds of Ore.  Miner of Copper Camp Will  Begin Shipments*'  Mark F. Madden of Madden Bros.,  Chicago, arrived in the city today and  will remain here "for some time. Ho  represents the Chicago interests in  the Providence Mining company. On  Monday next the company will turn  over to Wm. Fowler $12,500 being the  final installment in connection with  the $50,000 paid for the mine. With  this payment the Providence will have  established a remarkable record among  the high grade properties of the world.  Excepting the initial payment of $12,-  500, the Providence from the proceeds  of its ore, has met the cost of development, of mining, and all expenses  incidental to mining operations and  all other installments of the purchase  price. After the payment is made on  Monday, there will be a substantial  balance in the treasury,  Besides the shipments already recorded in the. Times, this " week the  company received* .from" the: Trail  smelter returns for a car ofore'eon-  ������������".. ...'���������������v'Sr-.V-   !*��*   v * * . _    ���  taining "41.070 or a little .over 20 tons.  The returns follow gold $222.40, silver  $3^6<U5 and'"lead 40.42; total $4,027.27.  This gives an average of about $200 to  the ton.' In addition returns have been  received from the Sunset smelter for  the two cars of serond grade.ore shipped there. One car ran over $70 to the  ton and the other-over $40, netting .to  the company about $1,000 for two carloads of second grade ore.  And the Providence never looked  better than it does now. In the North  drift the ore body is strong and of exceptional high values  Returns have been received from the  last shipment of Elkhorn sent to the  Trail smelter. The shipment of 20  tons netted $2,470; This return iscon-  sidered'very"satisfactory an'd"~is"~abdut  the average of initial shipments made  from the Providence. As fast as depth  is obtained in the Elkhorn the values  of the ore will in all probability increase.  A." Ferguson who owns the Coronation, a claim immediately below the  Elkhorn and Providence, this' week  discovered a block of float weighing,  about 300 pounds which is impregnated with gold and silver. It looks like  Providence ore, and as if it contained  similar high values. Mr. Fowler, than  whom there is no more competent high  gride miner in" the district, is of the  opinion that the lead is not far from  where the float was found.  * Mr. Fowler has seven men at work  on the Defiance. He is systematically  working .'to tap the lead and is not  worrying about results. He feels-confident that the ore is there and;lwhen  he does find it he will hay* a second  Providence. r  Big Cospet and Kins Solomon Mines  Will Join tbe List  Two additional shippers twill be  added to the Boundary list iu a short  time. George B.-McAulay of Spokane,  manager director of the Cariboo mine,  ;arrived in the city laBt Friday; accom  panied by J. P. Keane, superintendent  of the Cariboo. Mfy Mc Aulay controls  a half interest in the Big Copper in  Copper camp and while'1 here? waa in  consultation with John f Moran," the  owner of the other half interest. They  decided to begin shipments from the  Big Copper as soon as the Morrison  spur is completed. This spur will extend from the Mother Lode to the Morrison, a distance of about a mile,' arid  will leave a wagon haul pf about three  miles from the Big Copper. The grade  from the Big Copper to the Morrison  is any easy one and ore pan be hauled  this distance for about 75 cents .a ton.  As the Big Copper ore gives high  topper values it can easily stand this1  extra charge for transportation. Some?  ���Sine ago Mr. Moran-did a lut of surface  work on the property, uncovering, large  bodies of copper ore. The extent of  the shipments will' necessarily depend  Upon the amount that1 can be hauled  byi the contractors to whom the contract for hauling ore will be awarded.  There is ah abundance of ore in sight  which can be quarried at a very low  cost. The ore will likely be treated at  the Greenwood smelter.  1 Adjoining the Big Copper is the  King Solomon, owned by D. C. Corbin  and associates in Spokane. Last year  about 700 tons were shipped from this  property���and it is understood that  Mr. Corbin will begin the shipping as  soon as the Morrison spur is completed.  The ore here is similar in character to  Big^..Copper. ���lL. runa_=.exceptionally,  high in copper values and with the  present price of copper there is every  inducement to renew operations.  1 These two properties will give employment to a large force of men, in  addition to a heavy expenditure in  hauling the ore to the Morrison. Of  course everything depends upon the  C. P. R. extending the construction of  this spur. Up to date there has been  nothing but delay, but definite promises have at last been secured from  C. P. R. officials that the work will be  started and worked to Completion.  Of course with the completion of this  spur the Morrison will be added to the  list of shippers. It is understood that  the Morrison Mines, Limited, has  entered into a contract with the Sunset  smelter for 200 tons a day.  Dr/ Armstrong of Nelson  Takes Drastic Measures.  Carcases and Building* are Destroyed  ���������". '-.!    i"U *f'".'.\      .���'  L.-f:     '���    ���      ;'J-V,'.I-  -  6y Fire.  Dr. Armstrong, V. S. of Nelson came  I brer thia^week^ under '"the' instructions-  :frttra thei Provincial igovernment am*  inrestigate'd .the epidemic that: had  broken.out among- the bogs at two  ranches on Twin. Creek between here  and" P.nbenix. The "doctor diagnosed  th'e^discaae is genuine ^hbg'xh'olefa  and ordered that all hogs' be 'killed^-  Several- local:sportsman: assisted' the  doctor in ..shooting"- the 9t .hdga-with  rifles. Huge bon fires were, then ma.qe.  and- the' carcases burned. ' The build?  ingi' follbwfed'' "suit'' and ' every thing  where germs VfnightJlurk-was'aidded'to  theflame��,s Doctor -Armstrong;made  a clean job and it is now hoped that  steps will be taken to prohibit further  hog ranches'on.Twin creek. \  "In! Doctor -Armstrong'*' opinion slop  fed hogs are not fit human food ana  should owners ;of hogs;- be. allowed to  feed hogs hotel slops a certain.amount  of grain should be added. The practice has been to gather all the slops at  the' Various hbteiaViauGreenwjoffd.and  Phoenix and feed this to"the hogs.  WhyisaHen?  The new United States immigration  laws took effect 'last Monday.' Every  passenger to American territory who  is alien to that country i and not it  Canadian, Mexican or Cuban, must  undergo a thorough catechism before  he'or she is allowed to land; ��� AH sorts  of foolish questions are asked; Quest-'  ions that twb-thirds of the inhabitants  of "enlightened" United States cannot  answer. Imagiue'a'h''Istelli8fe'nt'Ger-  man coming to Washington being  asked who was the Arat governor of  the territory. If he couldn't ianswer,:  he would nbt^bV^HdwedTtolaudr" "  The Russell Hardware building is  being moved this' week' from the site  adjoining the Russell-Law-Caulfield  block to on e hear the Kboteiiay' hotel i'  A Generous Lawyer  Thomas -McNeal, speaking at the  banquet of the Washington State Bar  Association, told of a lawyer who collected $50 for a client and took out $45  fotTii3 fee. He said, as he handed  over the $5: "I am your friend, and I  can't charge you a full fee. I knew  your father for a great many years."  And the client, in the fullness of his  heart, could only aay. "Thank God  youi didn't know my grandfather."  . ��^^<^^^X^X><^>X"K^X~>X^:"KK<K^>��<^����������������0 �� 0 �� ��� ��� 0 �� 0 �� 0 0 00 ��fr�� ���������� o o a ���������������������� 0,  Boundary Ore Shipments*  Granby Mines.....  Mother Lode   B.'C. Mine..'   Snowshoe   Sunset..   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell   Emma   Winnipeg   Golden Crown   Athlestan   Kintf Solomon   No. 7   City of Paris   Jewel   Elkhorn   Providence   E. P. U. Mines...  Miscellanesus   1900  64 533  5 340 ..  19 444 ..  .     297   .   150   ".  Total Tons  [1 076  .2 250  1 200  2 000  160  3 230  99 730  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  '���:iso  560  650  1 040  850  665  325  890  389 618  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  Week.  4 779  4 557  810  1 680  886  1903  140 056  35 916  8 '960  16 600  3 952   ���   7 900  785  310  625  532  ���'  2 175  172  40  8 326  507 811      13 062  ><*">f<<"fr��<H����fr��frC��^>����<^ 0 Of M t  Gre8BW����& Captured   By  Graad Forks Amat��*ipfi  In  I.-mm  GeaeroM Trltata  te Mssiear  listrionie Talanf.  ; At laat Greenwood doffs its bat aad  bends the knee to Grand.' Forks. The  mining, rameitiag, commercial and  financial centre of the Boundary .-never  VareW inch W the ra^  over the mountains until Monday evening when the .'gateway citiaena sent  Wer a��� number of 'its citiMna ah��  greenwood ,waV soon cosqaered.... Tha  deuiiena of the Gateway city discovered the' royal' road to tictwr.''"Miaic  hath charms-to sebth'other thaw-ear-  age breasts aud'the music heard at the  Auditorium on Monday ereniagiwk**  the Grand.Forks .amateur opera .company presented' that delightful opera  HV'M. S. Piiaafbra w&uld -c^tar^'any '  eity;- ������ - ���'���'������ .'������ ':;i ���-��� _ -��-'���'/a-r  : Grand-Forks must b�� a mecca for -  musicians; ��� In much lafgir,cities it-ia--.  often difficult tbiecara au��cient masi- .  cat and histrionic, ability to successfully present one' of Giihert A'Bulli-  vftn'a operas' hut it' -waa fe'videnHy^aa :  easy matter fo| Grand Forks sitic��  from thecouduetort��the-lTiret Lord's  sisters, his cousins and aunts', tevery  part was well filled, j .  ] 'JLtxA1 siuih', a^a^se'ikat'ireytetf'the  company. :' 'Nerer ih; the! history: bffhe  Aaditorium���aot-tvsa-?iavth'erpalmy  4aya when /it flourished as a.musical  nail, was Jhtra such -an andieaoe.  Even.efandiag room was at a premium. .  The train ���frbm Midway'lurried Several  hundred holiday1 -makers'rwhd' all1 at-  tended r and (besides'; nearly; erery man  woman and child in Greenwood turned;  bat to welcome the visitors from a  sister city, if was an orderly audience  too,' when the discomforts'under which  many heard ! th| opera is considered.  The only criticism that can'be'offered ;  on this scori is the undue haste with  Iwhieh.many. tried 40.; make J heir���.exit._  during the singing Of the National  Anthem. The' singing of' God' ��are  the King if it in 4ana any thing, should  Command [more?'respect 'than -a^wild  rush for the doors. It-was also an appreciative audience. Greenwood is aot  famous for its 'enthusiasm in gre��ting  performances and the: liberal applause  which greeted the principals in K. M.  S. Pinafore- was :bn this account all  the mora flattering.  ' One would scarcely look to find ia  the practical superintendent of a big  smelter, the successful conductor of An  opera company but A. B; W. Hodges  demonstrated that he can successfully  blend the ores of the Boundary sand  Monday evening he demonstrated r to  aatiafaction of the large audience that  he is equally at-home with the baton.  Through the magic of waad there wis  a blending of 30 Voices that contaik&B*  ���o discordant notes. *'*'���-  H. M. 8. Pinafore is such an old;*fMl.  popular opera that there were poaaibly  but few in tbe audience who had aot  pretiously heard it but aorartheieas^it ���  was a much eajoyed Moaday ev'^arrig'  as it could hare been 25   yeara ago;  Miss C. R. Farrell as Jeaephiae w4e-  simply   superb.     Had  she been . the  original "Josephine it would' hare b��ea  indeed a callous "Ralph Rockstr'aw whs'  would not fall ia lore with her. *'-A  "charming persouality;: a sopran<5 roice  of!exceptional  aweetneM  aad. raaj^  and splendid artistic.ability, combined .  to make her the prima donna of! the  er^ainr.   Cousin H*b�� was gtVdli^ut  little to do but that little waiPdbne wkH-  by Mrs. D. D. Munroe. Th^ only ��tt��t  ^of the audience was haring'. no better  opportunity to enjoy "her^aweet .voice.  'And Little Buttercup, Mrs. E. Diaiey,  xaptured the hearts of the Greedw6bd  Continaed on'pafe 4. Page 6  P*! ^BOUTSfDAJ? y-��� ������ ��REEK   TIMES  Oh, tailor, press my suit today,  The young man cried in sorrow.  Because, you know,,I have a date  ' To press'"my siii^tomorfow.  That's a bcaitti��ul..-spji.siiU',i'But.:f\yhy on'.-Is.uch. an auspicious Qiicasioii have y��yr,vpld clothes, pressed, while we  can make'ypu-a suit'-thajtj'vfill make '���'pressing the suit"  dead easy. U'Qii\l:iw6:-' .sVinku latest 'u'p.-tb'1nbw'' suiting's.  They can't be beat in this or any other camp.  Opposite Windsor Hotel, Copper Street  V  Boundary Creek Times  Isstifti e^y,. Tridav ...;  Duncan Ross Ma.iaoiSi/Editok  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year .-. -...:.:..-.   Six Months   To Foreign Countries .  ..j' 2 00  .*. Via'  .'.'. 2 SO  FRIDAV.,   lyiYjV 20,| 1903..  PRESERVAT-ION OF PUBLIC  HEALTH.''    "   '' "  Residents..of. ^.nnrch-ist mountain and contigabws farming- settlements aredrnscfittg 'sorft'e-s'trong;  criticisms   against   the'methods  to tal^b a xhance of having1 a  malignant typ�� "of" small pox  spread over South Eastern British  Columbia.  While on this unpleasant subject it might as well be added  that provincial officers in the  future should see that no , hog-  ranches Eire permitted ou the  water;s1ied of Twin- Greek. Hogs  .fed on slops- are rather to be feared at best; but when they are  'allowed to wallow and die in the  source_' of Greenwood's ..water  supply,. tho situation is simply  ���intolerable? In this matter the  city officials ' riiust' act and act  promptly to* pre vent further con-,  (amiuatioiuof its. water supply���  unless provincial  officers  can be  employed by provincial officers, iij.  handling the cases of small pox  which have .broken out there.  Regarding' particular cause's- of  complaint wc' may" haVe some-'  thing further.to' say at a later  date when full and substantiated  information-is-available. Iu the  meantime we .wish to point out  that the cases' are of a most malignant type; that there is .grave  danger of the'epidemic spreading  and that no ��xpeuse should be  spared in starfiprng-cjut'the dread  disease. It is fust as important  that sma'l pox should hot. be. allowed to spread on Anarchist  mountain as it is to stamp .it out  in more populous' centres! ' This  cannot by m<"re haphazard visits  from provincial officer's, nor .should,  the presence ..of. the malady :be  made a |prctext -for- -filching -the  last dollar*'from t'h'ds'e 'who are  afflicted. The provincial authorities had plenty pf warning..They  were informed of. the- serious  nature of the-epidemic 'and as an  illustration of 'their'unprepared-  ness in meeting tlie emergency,  the first victim, on .British . soil  had to be .buried :by American  officers. British- Columbia is -certainly backward in man}' things  but surely'wli&n' an"fcpidemi'c of  such a serious, nature,, visits, her  people, we-.aire rich enough and  brave enough .to- bury our own  dead without calling-'tipoii officers  of a foreign   nation to  do so 1'or  us. ''    , .'.   .    ,    ..    ���  Another case of sni^aJX pox has  broken out- in Anarchist mountain district and the provincial  authorities" tipto the present writing have saillV failed in taking  such measures, as .will prevent the  spread of the ;disease. and insure  the safety 06 the public. No expense should be -spared in taking  effective measures'. KOW.' Greenwood is 40 miles from the Anarchist mountain* .- and it is useless  attempting to stamp out the epidemic by spasmodic visits from  this city.    '  A strict .'Quarantine .should .be  established, on Rock Cre.ek hill',  a proper system'-'-of isolation  should be,irttrridu'ced'and' a qualified practiti'^njjr'.'ah'd; trained,  nurses should take charge <?f .the  cases until every possibility of a,  further spread of the malady is  removed.  All this will cost money but it  is better to spend money now than  ; ���.  .prevailed upon to do their duty.  r If the provincial medical health  officer has not a copy pf the regulations re small pox in his possession, the Times calls his -earnest  and early attention to the following approved bjr His Honor the  Dieutenant-governor in council  dated'Nov. 14th,.i901. '   ,  To Medical Health Officers and others  in charge of the Management of  Outbreaks of Small pox : .  Upon discovery of the existence of  small pox, or of persons who have been  expose.d to siii'a-H"pbx','a'ct 'quickly. Investigate .at orice all riimors or1 reports  gf infection.'r ''    *"'"  .The powers given by the'"Health  Act" are.ample, in almost any cbntin-  jj-ency.;.,...      '      ' "'  ,. If ,a,ny.,person'breaics quartanine, violates, the provisions of the health laws,  o-r interferes with the work of the duly  appointed officers', Have' him 'arresteel  a,t.. once.. ,.If infectious, he should -be  held until he can be disinfected and  brought before a magistrate.  -��� SUSPECTS, OR BXPOSKD PERSONS.  ' Trafee o'ut, as speedily as possible,  evtfry person who lias been exposed to  the "infection of small pox. Make a  note" of_._thLC___date:Jpfie'xposure.���i._When.  located, vaccinate every such person  as soon as possible. Vaccinate, also,  all the members of his family, and of  the household in which-.he lives.  As to the question of quarantining a  person who has been .exposed to small  pox :' '���  If he is a transient, and has not a  certificate of recent successful vaccination, k6ep him under .close quarantine.  If, on the other ri.'ind, he is a permanent resident and trustworthy, and has  not had an intimate association with  an infected case, vaccinate him, disinfect his person and clothing and keep  himiutid'er observation.  - Persons' who have been exposed to  small pox shduld be considered under  two classes :���  (1). Those who liave been exposed  but once to the infection, and are immediately' Vaccinated. These-should  bekept'-arldc-r observation until (here  are unmistakable evidences of ihe  success of tke vaccination, when they  can be 'discharged from further surveillance :  ��� (2). ��� Perscms who have been exposed  to small pox, and several days (over  four) have elapsed before vaccination.  These should'be kept under observation  for sixteen days from their last possible  exposure. The wearing of their own  possible in fee ted clothing should be  deemed a continuation of exposure.  quar^NTIn-i-:.  The Quarantine.���The quarantine of  every s.nvall pox patient should be prompt and absolute. A guaid should be.  placed over .every infected house day  and night, anlspecial visits Should "fie'  made at unexpected hours to see  whether the guards are doing their  duty.  Nurses.���When it is known that per-  the worst. Facilities for quarantine  and treatment should be considered.  Nurses and medical attendants should  be arranged for, and, if possible, conditionally engaged. For nurses, have  persons who- have had siriall pox, or  who are thoroughly.protected by recent  successful vaccination (three or four  scars.)  HOSPITALS  AND  ('AMPS  When small.-'pox breaks out the question often arise whether the sick shall  be kept and cared for in their own  houses or removed to other quarters.  When at all practicable to do so their  removal should be ordered, and the  house from which they are taken should  be disinfected without delay.  When a house is not available as a  hospital, a temporary camp or shed  may quickly be built. During the summer months a tent, or a number of  tents, will answer the purpose.   ������  Persons who have beeu exposed to  small vpox, and persons who show uncertain symptoms, should not be confined with small pox patients.  The United States Marine Hospital  Service have issued the following  maxims which you would do well to  bear in mind:  "Small pox cannot be surpressed  without the expenditure of money."  "The more promptly you act the less  it will cost."  "When iii doubt act on the safe  side."  And, finally, isolate, vaccinate, disinfect.  LINES, ;"-  SPOONS,        ��r  LEADERS.     ��S  RODS.  REELS/  FLIES.  The largest line and the best vaiuc ever shown in H2  the  district.    _Yoy_ will sav^e__money  Ity  buying g~  vour tackle from S��  t��18JP����   BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  ~**&i>titi&s~ No. 3 8. I. O. 0. F.  Meets every   Tucsilav Eveninp at SOO iu  the  I. O. O. IT. Hall.    A. cordial  invi unionises-  ��� ended to all sojoiiniinir brellicrn.  D. A. Bannerman, I-'ked II. IIoi.miss.  N. G. Kec.-Seo  WHEN OUGHT   WE TO  GO TO A DENTIST?  Man}7 think it unnecessary  to devote particular attention to the teeth until the  appearance of the mouth is  affected by damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  till pain compels them.  ��� ���P-he stupidity and shortsightedness of.either policy is  evident.  Everj'one who thinks a  moment on the subject- knows  that food cannot be masticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, .inflamed, decayed, or  othervise out. of working- order;  and if this be the case, the mouth  requires immediate attention.  DR:, MATHISON  DENTIST  Nailen-FIood Klocl-r, Greenwood, II. C.  ,^gSeeg@Sie��6S&:fig-gigi��gi*Sg-:g^.  TRY OUR  ��� FINE LINE  OF  FRESH  CHOCOLATES  S. & FRITH  Successor to J. L. Coles.  Books. Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  'm  "m  W  m  ��  if.  "4i  ��  ')$  ���?���%&  m  sag  to  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British America Assur-  Co. of London, TOnffland.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  ance Co., of Toronto.  The  Canadian   Birlfbeck   In.  vestment and Savings Co.  STOCKS,  HEAL ESTATE  m  m  ***&&���-. THE:-^%  Copper Street.  MEALS  AT  ALT,   HOUKS  PKIVATK   ROOMS  KOR   I.ADIlJS.  TRY OUR   COFFEE  Charles R. Pittock,     :     'Prop'r.  igs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THE-  A, C, DAVIES  jt" jf X" &  & *" Si' Iff ft* l? 1? JP *? i? ?? S<" Iff    .JS 3 Ji Jt J* Jjt Ji J* & J* J&Jtjf &JJtJ*  uor company  R  GRIEGER, Manager.  ..a,�� jz ji ji ji .# jt ji ji ji jx ji jfijijt iff iff iff��? iff iff vrtff iff # iff iff iff ��f  ji .^5 Ji Ji Ji Jt Ji -M Ji J:�� .-'��. v^ ,*''��� :*:*���*      #&&&&&& iff *?*?&&&$'  A*  fcfc  iff iff t?  S?'^,S?,  THE BHST BEER INDTOWN IS MADE BY  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops- Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  M  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP<  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  Cr-*  CP*  (P*  (P*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  Best   $8,000,000.  President.   T,ort> Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vicc-I'rosidont:    Hon. Georgk A. Drummond.  fieneral Manaircr :    E. S   Ci.onsTON.  Branches in London, Eng.  liny mid sell Sttrlinir Exchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial art  Traveller:-' Credits, available in any part of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  ���Jat,iJ"!���Pr^iS5,a.} New York, Chicago.  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  h=0  **2  is.  >*��  FiMMimmMmmmmmmmmmmmiK k6  THE   BOUTS 1A.Y CREEK    TIMES  Parre3  GOVERNMENT  DEFEATED  Premier Prior   Meets    an  Adverse Vote in House  1.1. B.  An Early Election Will be Held in  Any Case.  Mclnnes made an effort to secure control, it was finally shown that it was  necessary to pass supply, and the  motion to adjourn offered by the pre'  mier carried.  Redistribution.  The climax was rapidly reached in  the political situation at Victoria this,  week. Premier Prior endeavored to  forestall the effects of the adverse report of the select committee of investigation by asking- Messrs. Eberis and  Wells to resign. Hon. W. W. B. Mclnnes voluntarily tendered his resignation as provincial secretary and when  the house met on Monday, Premier  Prior was defeated. He stated that he  would ask for a dissolution and that  the L,ieuteiiant-g-overnor-had promised  the same.  The committee's report generally  condemns the government and concludes with the following :  The committee have no difficulty in  finding that the rescinding order in  council, of March 18th, 1902, and bill  No. 16, were steps taken in the public  interest as unquestionably the said  lands, being blocks 4593 and 4594, were  not and never could have been considered to have been within the purview of the Columbia & Western Railway Subsidy act of 1896, and it is unreasonable to assume the railway company, advised at all times by eminent  counsel, was not aware thai such lands  were not wit'iin the purview of the  statute. That being the fact, no matter what other cause moved the govern  ment in the matter, the rescinding  order in council was right and proper  as was also the legislation that followed, all being in the public interest, and  viewing the matter in this way we  cannot see what ground of complaint  is open to the railway.  When the house met. Colonel Prior,  the premier, announced that he had  received a promise from the lieutenant  governor that he would grant a dissolution of the legislature after the  estimates and necessary non-contentious legislation had been passed.Then  the premier would go to the country,  the election taking place in September  or October next. The general feeling  in the legislature is that the election  will be held on party lines. The attorney general said he had resigned,  having been asked io do so. He had  not done so before because his reputation was at stake, he coifsideri"n~g7him"  self on trial at the enquiry. H; was  bitter regarding the action of the  premier.  J. D. Prentice, finance minister, who  followed, said the attorney general  had brought his dismissal on himself.  Speaking regarding- the Columbia &  Western deal he said George McL.  Brown, executive officer of the C. P.R.,  had been assisted in 1900 by the attorney general in this matter. He referred to Eberts' partner, Taylor, as a  ���'blackguard." Defending the premier's course, he said that he had for  colleagues ''men untrue and un faithful  cowards and liars." Ask ������' ' ��� ������: : :act,  he said he would withdraw ....c final  ���ls."  Commissioner Wells spoke, taking  his dismissal philosophically but justifying his action and speaking at  lsngth. He defied the premier to show  where he had been negligent. He  read the letter dismissing him, which  told of matters in his department not  meeting with the premier's approval,  and said that under any circumstances  the premier had intended to ask for his  resignatian at the close of the session.  After a length)' discussion several  minor matters were dealt with and  then the government was defeated on  the premier's motion to rdjourn. Col.  Prior said he regarded the defeat of  the motion as a vote of non-confidence  and would ask the lieutenant governor  to come tomorrow and dissolve the  house. This would result in the province being left without funds from  June onward. The leader of the opposition then moved the adjournment,  thinking thus to demonstrate  that  the  Liberal  Proposals   Regarding   The  Electoral Divisions.  Ottawa. May 28.���The following  ar." the Liberal proposals regarding redistribution in British Columbia :  All lines in the proposed distribution  follow provincial electoral d'Strict  boundaries, except at two instances.  Westminister is extended eastward to  include Yale villege, and Vancouver is  given North aud South Vancouver and  Moodyville.  Victoria is to be a provincial electoral  district of the city.  Nanaimo to include Saanich and  Esquimau, Cowichan. the Islands,  Newcastle and Nanaimo.  Comox-Atlin to include Alberni, Co-  mox, Atlin, Skeena, and that portion  of Richmond lying west of a straight  line from centre of House ground to  the northwest corner of Dewdney.  Vancouver to include North and  South Vancouver and Richmond east  of lines mentioned in previous paragraph.  New Westminster to include Richmond south of Burrard Inlet, except  South Vancouver, provincial districts  of Westminster City, Delta, Chilliwack,  Dewdney aud part of Yale district, including the village.  Yale-Cariboo to include Cariboo,  Chillcoot, Kamloops, Okanagan, Similkameen, Greenwood and Grand Forks,  and that portion of Yale district not in  Westminster.  Kootenap, to include Revelstoke,  Sloean, Nelson, Rossland, Kaslo, Columbia, Cranbrook and Fernie.  JUST WHAT YOU NEED-  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets are just what you need when  constipated; when you have no appetite, feel dull after eating and wake up  with a bad taste in your mouth. They  will improve your appetite.cleanse'and  invigorate your stomach and give you  a relish for your food. For sale by  J. h. White Greenwood and A. F.  Thomas Midway.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICK.  yucon   fractional  Mineral claim, situate in  tlie  Kettle   River Mining Division of Yale  District.     Where  located:���in  Long Lake  Camp.  takk notice that I Mary Garland Free Miner's   certificate   No. B41754, intend,  sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- recorder for a   certificate  of  Improvements, for  theprrpose of obtaining a crown Grant ofthe  above claim.  And further take notice   that  action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this Sth day of May A. D. 1903,  Mary Garland.  WE WARRANT EVERY BOTTLE.  If troubled with rhematism, give  Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It  will not cost you a cent if he does no  good. One application will relieve the  pain. It also cures sprains and bruises  in one-third the time required by any  other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinsy, pains in the side and  chest, glandular and other swellings  are quickly cured by applying it.Every  bottle warranted. For sale by J. L.  White.Greenwood, and A. F. Thomas,  Midway.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  OLD GUARD   Mineral Claim, situate iu tlie  Kettle   River   Mining    Division    of  Yale  District.      Whore   located :      Iu   White's  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod  executor of the estate of Alex. Wallace,  deceased, Free Miner's Certi ficate No. B54954,in-  tend, sixty days from the date here f, to apoly  to the Mining Recorder for Certific: tes of Iniprovements, for the purpose ofobtaii. ng Crown  Giant of the above claim.  And  further take notice that action,  ituder-  section 37.  must be commenced  before the is  suance of such Ceriilicate of Iniprovements.  ,-Dxted this 2Sthdav.of January,,1903.^^���.-^^  *July 22 ' J'. V. McLeod.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  JEWEL Mineral Claim, situate iu the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:���In Triple Lake Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I C. A. E. Shaw agent  for Wellington Elson Free Miner's certificate  No. B54904, intend, sixty days from the dale  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  certificate of Improvements, for the puopose 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 Twelfth day of September, A. D.  1102.   C. A. E. Shaw, P. L" S.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "TRAPPER" Miueral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District  W here Located :   On Horseshoe Mountain.  '"PAKE NOTICE, that I,  Isaac H. Hallett,  X as a|-eiu for Herbert R. Davidson, Free  Miner's Ct iificate No. B4I9O5, and Henrv B.  Thoen, Free Miner's Certificate No. B41731,  intend, sixtv davs from the date hereof lo  apply to tke Mining Recorder for a Certificate  01 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  th  issuance of such CeitKV tate of Improvement.  Dated this 10th day of February,A. D., i903.  I. H. HALLETT.  Last issue 13th May  Kane Fills & Iuivm 'tiil-vu :  Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Go.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & K. Co.  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 Pacific 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 stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22, 1902-  Leave Arrive  9:25 a. m. ' Spokane        5:45 p. m.  10:15 a. m. Rossland       5:10 p. tn.  7:00 a. ra. Nelson 8:00 p. ni.  11:00 a. m.   (Millers, Grand   4:00 p. m  Forks)  9.15 a. m. Republic ���    5:40 p. m.  -_-S* A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  Spo   kane.Wash  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DANDY" 51'it "SURPRISE FRACTIONAL'  Miners I i'. aims, sci'.ttate in the Kettle River  Miniiif.  '". ivision of Yale District.  Where ��� Lated :   Greenwood Camp.  TAKE sOTICE that I, John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's Certilicaie No. B54954, as  anient for Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's  Certiiicate No. H417.M. Intend, sixty davs from  the date hereof, to apply lo ihe .Mininir Recorder for a Certificate of Iniprovenieiiis, for the  purpose of obtain'tiif." a Crown Grants of the  above clainis.  And further talte notice that action, tinder  section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicates of  Iniprovements.  Dated this 12lh day of March A. D��� 1903.  Last ins. May 13 J. P.McLEOI)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  STARLIGHT Miueral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.    Where located:���In  Skvlark Camp,  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederic Blackmail  Holmes, Free Miner's Certificate Xo. 11. 3M593,  for myself and as Donald Alexander Canieren,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. It. 31)243 aud A lex-  ander 15. Coutts Free Miner's Certificate No.  ]i. 41159, intend sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Iniprovements, for the purpose of ob-  tainiusr a Crown Grant of the aboveclaim.  And furtlier take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 1st. dav of mav. A. D. 1903.  P. II HOLMES.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "DIAMOND JOE" and  "DOUM'FUL" Mineral   Clainis   situate  iu   th->.   Kettle River  Miniiifr Division of Yale Distiicl.  Where located in Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. A. K. Shaw, ajrent  for Jane Russell Free Miner's Certificate No. B54807. Jiimes C. Helm, Free Miner's  Certificate No, H5S0S5. Wellington Elson. Free  Miner's Certiiicate Nc. B549U4, Evan Purrv,  Free Miner's Ccrtiticaie No. B5SOOO, and William I!. Peterson, Free Miner's Certificate So.  I! 64S07, intend, sixty days from thedate hereof,  .     .  ,,      ��r to applv to ihe Mininir Recorder for a Certifi-  opposttion were 111 power, but the Mar-   cale >u{- Imi,roVemeuis.   for   the   purpose   ot  till wing in the imposition   voted   with   obtaining a Crown Grants of the above clainis.  - ^ !     And   further take notice thai acuon. andet  the   government   and    the   opposition j section  37, must be cum.Meuccd 1mm'< re the is-  ,       , .    -     .    ,        . c. .,        I suance of such Certificate of Imornvoinents.  leader was defeated.    After cou-ider-1    ,,     .,.,..,       ,.,     ,    .   n  I     Dated tilts 2t,lh dav of March. A. il. 1903.  able  discussion,   in   which  W. \Y. B. I C. A. E. SHAW,p. i.s.  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  To A. BRANSON,  D. R. CAMPBELL, D. A.  CAMERON and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified that I have expended  in labor and improvements on the "Bo3tou"  "Toronto" and "St. Louis"' Mineral clainis,  situate en Cranberry Creek, West Fork of  of Keltle River, in the Kettle River Mining-  Division of Yale District, the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and $7.50 for recording the  same, such beiiiff the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claims under the  provisionsof the "Mineral Act' and Amending  Acts; and if at the expiration of ninety days  from the date of the hrsl publication of this  notice in tlie Boundary Creek Times you fail  or refuse to contribute your portion of such ex  penditure, namely $230.50, together with al  costs of advertising, your interest in said  mineral clainis shall become invested in mc  (your co-owner) upon filiii|rin the proper office  iu that behalf the affidavit required by Section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated this 2Slh day of October, 1902.  JOHN N. GREDEN  Last implication Jan. 31, 1903.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  AMANDY   Mineral    Claini,    situate    iu    the  Kettle    River    Miiiinjr  Division   of   Yale  District.    Where located :    In Long- Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, C. JE. Shaw agent  for James Hunter, Free Miner's Certificate'No.  B5G922 intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  toapply to the Mining Recorder fora Certificate  of Improvements, for the ourpo.se of obtainiiif,r  a Crown Grant of the aboveclaim.  And furtlier take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sueh Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this8th dav of July, A. D. 1902.  First issue Nov. 28. C. A. E. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "BEAVER"  Mineral   Claini, situated  Miuiiijr    Division  the  of  Yale  Kettlt   River  District.  Wherelocated : On Beaver Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as '  agent for John  T.   Hell,   Free  Miner's!  Certificote No. B55460.   Duncan   Murry, Free ; yp  ' ! ���'���O  �����THE���*  Established 1896.  Published at Greenwood B/ G  The Mining, Smelting and Corny  mercial Centre of the Boundary*  ���~**'9.*^**9&9.'99.^9..^9.*^^~?^^^^.J'^'^^'^'^'^9*:J~t.f^'^~?.J'^'^f..''9..^9.*^9.'^9.*^9j'9f9.:.''^'*..^f9...  *   .  ,r\**.9\**^^*^*9'*.^^*^*9*^^*.**.**.**9**9^**.**J*.^^*..^K*'J*.****'.**.**.  ^*.^��wWVV%'V*.,V'��%M,*Vvt*,V*��'  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO �� OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  t'  t?  ?'  r<  V'  t<  t<  ���;���<  y<  V'  r<  ?<  r<  t<  r<  v<  t<  i.  r\  V  v  v  t\  V  Y  V  Y  r  Y -  If You Want to  Keep Posted on  The Big Copper  Mines and The  High Grade Gold  Mines Subscribe  Forthe Boundary  Creek Times~$2.  rwr  ^Ws'��  ^  Mailed to Great Britain* Canada  and United States for $2 per an^  num�� Other countries $2,50*  Address  Black, Free Miner's Certificate No. B  54886, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Miniuf Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining- a Crown Grant of the above claim.        -,-  And further take notice that action, under I <���  section 37,  must be commenced  before the is   j  suance of such Certificateof Imt>roven:ents. �������<[>  Dated this 12th day of March. 1903. *t>  I. II. HALLETT  Last issue May 27.  Si  GREENWOOD, B, G  XXrvOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO<KH> 5 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ����g������07P��^>OOOOOOOOOC'-eK3*<^^^ Pag-c  THE    BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  Business Directory.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Ag-ent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for storing' goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  WLLSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD  BARBER SHOP.  W. Fkawi.ky, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.     Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Street.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  o   Cable Address :      hallett."  Codes  Leiber's.  I. H.   HALLETT.  Bedford M'Neill's   Grernv/qod, '~.  Moreing & Meal's  B. O.  H. C. SHAW.  !Vf<=>LEOD & BROWN  Barristers a.vd Solicitors,  NOTAK1ES  PuBLIcV;EtC  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J. P. McLkop.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    ans    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Oflice with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    :      :      :      :   B.   G.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs oflice.)  GREENWOOD, 15. C.  ABELJALLBERJL  MANUFACTURER  AND   DEALER   IN  GREENWOOD AND MIDWAY. Ii. C.  MORTAGE SALE  OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY.  Under aud by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain mortgage, which will be produced at tlie time of sale, there will be offered  for sale by PUI'.LIC AUCTION by W. C.  Gaunce or IC. T. Wickwire, in tlie town of Anaconda, II. C, at the mortgaged properly, on  Monday the ist day of June A. D. 1903, at 12  o'clock noon, the following property: ���  All aud singular those parcelsortractsof land  and premises in the imvn of Anaconda, in  Osoysos Division of Vale District, IJritisli Co.  Inttibia, being composed ��f Lois 13 and 14, in  Mock 10, according lo ilu- Subdivision of a portion ofthe North half of the Sotitneast quarter  of Section 32, iu Township To. according to plan  deposited in the Land Registry Oflice at Kamloops as No. 2-1.  Erected on the said lots are two dwelling  houses, containing 5 rooms each.  I'or fur.her particulars and Conditions of  Sale, app'y to  HARRIS & HULL,  Vendors Solicitors, Vancouver, B. C.  Or to l',A UNCE & WICKWIR IC,  Greenwood, B. C.  Vancouver. 4th May 1003.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  GOLD FINCH Mineral Claini, sinuate in  the  Kettle   River    Mininir  Division  of  Yale  Dislrict.    Wliere located :   Skvlark camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, John" P. McLeod  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. BS4954 as  agent for Charles W. JU. Sansom, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 15. S4973., intend, sixty days from  the date 'uereof,- to apply tothe Mining'- Kec  order for a Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to  the aboveclaim.  And further take notice that action, under,  section 37,  must be commenced  before the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvenionts.  Dated this 13tli day of December. 1">J2.  J. P. McLEOD.  Last issue March  A MUSICAL CONQUEST  Con inued from page 1.  people as well as that of Capt. Cor  coran. She is a singer and an actor.  Her solos ��� 'Tain called Buttercup"  and "Thing's are not what they seem"  were enthusiastically encored. Miss  Mamie Eraser made a bonnie midship-  mate. She attracted the attention of  pompous Sir Joseph Porter, K. C. B.,  and she won the plaudits of the audience. Sir Joseph was blessed with a  bevy of pretty sisters, cousins and  aunts and he must have had several  pang's when he was peremptorily  ordered to get rid of them by the soon  to be Lady Porter.  Sir Joseph who became ruler of the  H. M. navy because he allowed others  to do his thinking for l'im was well  taken by John Donaldson. A good  sta.je presence, a bejewelled uniform  and a deep bass voice combined to  make the ideal K. C. B. Mr. Donaldson was happy in the pompously funny-  parts and in the numerous satires on  the red tape which rules the navy.  Dr. Pollick has a sweet tenor voice  and as Ralph Ruckstraw he was the  typical British tar and sentimental  suitor. He was perhaps best in the  duets with Miss Farrell. If J. Pallett  had been Dick Deadeye on H. M. S.-  Pinafore his career would have been a  short one. No self respecting lot of  British tars would long permit the presence of such a villauiiotis looking  scalloway among them. They would  find an opportunity to quietly dump  him overboard. Of course there must  be a villain in every opera and Dick  Deadeye looked and acted the perfeci  villain.  Prof. Richards was Capt. Corcoran.  Prof. Richards was a resident of Green  wood some years ago. Some heard his  voice then and they oould not easily  forget it. Nature has blessed him  with a rich and full baritone voice.  Since his residence here he hns acquired the grace and finish of the professional operatic siger. There ��con1d be  no better Capt. Corcoran and his experience doubtless contributed much  towards the splendid success which  has awarded the efforts of the Grand  Forks amateurs.  H. Hinton as boatswain and M. C.  Davidson as boatswain's mate success  fully carried out their parts. The  jolly tars were at home in the choruses,  and when they were assisted by the  sisters, cousins and aunts the music  could not be surpassed.  Greenwood has been conquered. She  fully admits it and another confession  is added, she is quite willing to be  conquered again, in a similar way.  Church of England.  Next Sunday being Whit Sunday,  the great festival of the commemoration of the birthday of (he church in  the descent of the Holy Spirit, services  will be as follows :  8:00 a.m.    Holy Communion.  11:00 a. m.    Matins.  12 noon.    Holy Communion.   _ ___. ^  2:30 pTni.    Children's Service.  7:30 p. ni.    Evensong and Sermon.  The Anthem at the evening service:  will be "Come Holy Ghost." Music hv  Thomas Atwood, 1765, A. D.  We  are  still  doing  business  at the  South End Grocery.      W. S. Gkaham.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICB.  "COPPER TRDST  FRACTIONAL", "SCR-  ANTON    FRACTIONAL"   and     "Ol'IS  FRACTIONAL"  Mineral Claims,   situate  in   the  Kettle   River   Mining   Division   of  Yale District.    Where Located :    In   Dead-  wood camp.'  TAKE NOTICE, thai I, Isaac II. Ilallelt, a.s  agent lor Francis J. I-'iniicauc, Free jMliter's  Certificate No. 154171!!, Intend, sixty davs fr���ui  the date hereof lo apply to the Mining It'ec>r~er  for Certilicates of Iniprovements for the p"ur.  pose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  Art! further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced liefore the issuance of f licit Certilicates of Iniprovenieiiis.  Dated this 22nd day of April. A.I)., 1903.  July 31 I. K. IIALLKTT.  TF!  S  lioOK   1.  Mav 21.  ClIAPTHK   1  Struck It Rich  The O. I. C. Company have struck  some rich bargains in new and second  hand furniture which they are going  lo give their customers. Call early  and avoid the rush.  On the  Dump  Tlie O. I. C. have thrown many nick-  nacks, such as fishing rods and tackle,  smokers' utensils, bicycles, baseballs,  firearms, watches, dinner pails, etc,  on the waste dump, to be sold at prices  that will astonish the natives.  Assays Higrh  The O. I. C. Company have some  new and second hand pianos for sale,  or to retit that assay high in tone and  finish.  Up-to-Date Jewelry  We would advise all teamsters and  livery in en in need of horse, and mule  jewelry to give us a call.  Cowbell Shall Not Ring; Tonight  That's a beautiful piece; but what's  more beautiful and pleasing than to  wake up in the morning and hear your  cowbell.    We have 'em in all sizes.  Take a Rubber  What you don't see, ask for. We  carry everything from the straw that  broke the camel's back to a cannon.  The 0. L C- New and-2nd  aim :  A. L. WHITE & CO.  P.S.���Yes, we still sell stoves at  prices so low that people imagine we  stole them.  Neatly and Quickly  executed at the::::::  NELSON   NEWS  The benefits to be derived from  the adoptionol:- a uniform-svstem-  of public accounting- and auditing-  are being- freely discussed in many  parts of the United States and iu  face of this fact, it is rather remarkable that so very little  attention is g-iven to the subject  in Canada. We have on several  occasions called attention to this  system which is being- worked  with such advantage in some  cities and states across the boundary, but as more evidence in its  favor is forthcoming-, the importance of everything-that tends to  better municipal politics and  administration is worthy of  repeated references. 'The result  of the operation of the system in  Ohio has been the means of indium    other states   to  adopt  it,  Fogg's   Chemical    Chalk   aud Per-  line for sale'at Coles & Frith's.   .112  tMMiwu.; ��r?KMKnJ��.i^o��j  FI  CARPETS  CROCKERY  GLASSiVAKB  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The   largest   hotels and  finest  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  -^���ragMnrogMiWCTraCTwnMKS^  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To C. O. CAMPBELL, and PETER Mc  11RIDE, late of Green wood, in Yale Dis  trict :���  Siks : Yon are hereby notified that I have  expended One Hundred Dollars (SIOO.OIj) in having- the "Admiral" Mineral Claim, situate in  Providence Camp in the Ketlle River Mining  Division of Yale District.iu British Columbia,'  surveyed, to count as an assessment, and the  furtlier sum of ,52.50 in recording sueh survey  as an assessment in order to hold said claini  under the provisions of Section 24 of the "Mineral Act," as will appoitr hy a Certificateof  Worlc recorded in theoflicc of the Mining Recorder for the Kellie River Mining Division of  Vale District, ou the 12th clay of May, 1902;  such expenditure being the amou.-.t required to  hold the said claim forthe vear ending on the  Hth dav of Mav, 1903;  And if within ninety days after the publication of this notice, you, or either of you fail or  refuse to pay or contribute your portion of the  expenditure' required under said section 24, lo  {Tether with your portion of all costs of advertising-, the interest of such of you as fail or  refuse to contribute your portion of said expenditure and costs of advertising, shall become, vested in the subscriber (your co-owner)  under section 4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1W0."  Dated at. ifieenv.'ood. H. C���  this 13th  dayof  March, 1903.    Last issue June 13.   ���  Hallett & Shaw,     THOMAS HEMMERLE.  Solicitors.  CANADIAN  WW lift    tffufflri  RAILWAY.  EAST  JUNE 4, 5, 24th to  30th  JULY 15, 16, AUG. 25, 26.  FROM GREENWOOD  ���To  st. PAUD  MINNEAPOLIS  DULUTH  KANSAS CITY  CHICAGO  TORONTO  MONTREAL  NEW YORK  f IF ft  ip In .00  Corresponding RaU'S to ;;11  EASTERN POINTS  Tickets available via LAKE ROUTE  including' munis am! berth.  For time tables rates awl information, apply to local ag-ent  K. R. REDPATH., Ag-ent,  Greenwood.  13. J. COYUi. J. S. CATER,  A.C, I'.A., V.tncuuvr.r. ll.l'.A. Nelson  Pool and billiard tables for sale  or  rent, A. L. White & Co.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To William McDonald and to any person or  persons 10 whom he may have transferred his  interest in the "Irene" mineral claim situate in  Smith's camp iu the Kettle River Mining' Division of Yale District, British Columbia.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  ��100.00 in order lo hold the above-named "'Irene'  mineral claim under ilie provisions of the  Mineral Aci, that you owe nio a balance of  Slfi.(H) on .vour proportion of the said sum for  your undivided lire sixth's interest iu ihe said  claim on tlie last assessment done ou said claim  and that you owe nie a balance of $16.87 for  your share of the previous assessment on the  said claim aud'if within 90 days from the first  insertion of this notice you fail or refuse to  contribute tlie sum of $52.87 which is now due  by vou. Isgethcr Willi all costs of advertising',  your interest in the said mineral claim will become the property of me the subscriber, vour  co-owner, under section Four of au Act entitled  the "Mineral Act A mend ment Act, 1900."  Dated at Greenwood, B. C. tlte 16th day of  April, 1903.  McLeod & Brown, EMMANUEL I'ASTRONI  Solicitors       July 17  MINERAL ACT.  CeilM'fiute of.Improvement.  NOTICE.  A SLOT'/...  m* YOUNG GEORGE Mineral  Claim?   rU :;>.tc in the Kettle River Mining-  Divisic.11 I Yale District.   Wherelocated :  Pass &''���. ?V Camp.  TAKK   KOTICE   that I.  John  P. McLeod,  Free Mini-.'/ Tei tificate No. 1154954 as ag-ent for  Andrea Pr.i   ; . Free Miner's Certificate No. B  30252 and   I'.-iuic J.  Finucane Free  Miner's  Certificate     N'o.       B74202        intend       sixty  days   froii   -.it: dale Iiereof to apply   to    the  mining row: it  for     ; ceitificate of improve  ment   for  i-e   purpose   (    roblaiiiiitj   * crown  grants foi' ;'. a >e. claims.  Aud  furt'.i.'f    ike notice that action   \t.idet  section  37 :i :i \.  be commenced  befo-rj the issuance of ,-;t It certi ficate of intproven .;.its.  Dated tli '.< Ivn' dav of December, .    O., 1902.  J. P. McLEOD.  Last issue March 23  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "MAYFLOWER" "LILLIE MAY" aud"7:30"  Mineral Clainis, situate in the Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where Located :    On Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Herbert R. Davidson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 41905, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for certilicates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grants ofthe above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, miisl be commenced before the issuance of such certilicatesof iniprovements.  Dated this 10th davof Fcbrtiurv, 1903.  *Mav27 I. II. 11 AL LETT.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '.'MYRTLE"  Mineral Claim,   situate   in   the  Kettle   River  Mining    Division   of   Yale  District.  Where Located :    In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE thai I, Isaac H. Hallett a  agent for James Sutherland Chris-  Itolni Eraser, Free Miner's Certificate No.  U 42433, intend sixty davs from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  tor a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above  claim.  And furtlier take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the s-  suanceof such certificate of iniprovements.  Dated this 2nd day of February, A. D. 1 903.  Last Issue April 23. I. H. HALLETT  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  KAFFIR KING Mineral Claini. situate iu the  Kettle River Mining Division of YaleDistrict.      Where    located :     Ou   Horse shoe  Mountain. Main Ketlle River,  lying 'southerly from the Barnato mineral claim,  TAKE   NOTICE that we   Alex.   Waddell,  E. Sullivan, J. S.  Harrison and  M. McMvnn, Free Miners' Certificate Nos.  B 40,450;  B"40,449; B 30,500, and B 40,602 respectively,  intend sixty   days from thedate hereof, to apply  tothe   Mining recorder for a certificate ol Itii.  provements.   for   the   purpose  of   obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claini.  And further take  uotice that action,  under  section 37,  in list be commenced  before the issuance of such ceriifieale of Improvements.  _Djued.th is: 31st.da v.of.May. A.D. 1902.- =------  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICK.  FOURTH-OF-.IULY,  Mineral  Claim,  sit.iate  iu the Koitle River Mining Division of Yale  Dislrict.   Where located:���Near to Canyon  Crock, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICE that we Alex. Waddell and  K.    Sullivan,   Free   Miners'    certificate   Nos.  11 -10,450 and B. 40,449 respectively, intend, sixty  il.-ii.-:   from   the date hereof, to  apply to the  .Mi:::ng Kecorder  for a Certificate of Improve-  111'!:'.-. for the purpose of obtaining'a Crown  A. ::im   ol i he above claim.  And   further take  notice tliat  action  under   -I..UI .'7. n uki be commenced before the  issu-  .ni'-e of s'icli '.ei tificate of 1 mproveinouts  D.'ivd this3ist. day of Mav. A. I). 1902.  ^iiiitiiiiiitiiiiuiiiitiitiiiitiuiiiiittiuiuiiuitiiitiitiiiiiutiitaiiitiiiiiiiuuuiuiiiaiiiiituiuiuiitii  ID  ~��       For prices of lots and other  zS      information address   Greenwood is the financial and commercial centre oi the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Mining- camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, White  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.  Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway,  wood    H  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT?.  NOTICE.  "HIGHLAND LASS" .Mineral Claim, sit: ate  iu Ihe Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  Dislrict.  Where located :    In Heaver camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that r, Isaac II. Ilallelt. as  agent for John Thomas Hell, Free Miner's Certi licate No. 155541.0, and George Arihtir  Kendell, Free Miner's C'er.ilicate No. 1141903,  intend, sixty days from the dale  Iiereof, to apply to the Miuing Kecorder for  Certilicatesof Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicatesof Improvements.  Dated this 26th day of February, 1902.  *.vav37 I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  ^n?f??n?nHmnmm!m!fn!m!!!mm!!!n!f?nn!!!nn!]nH!^??H!mmmmn?ff?n?n!ffifnn!m^  To J. S. McCLIN'X'OCK, JOHN REYNOLDS  and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified that I have expended  in labor and improveinents ou the ''Deerhoru"  Mineral claini, situated in Deadwood Camp, in  ihe Kettle River Miuing Dii'ision of YaleDistrict, the sum of SlOO.Oo, and 32.50 for recording  the same, such beiug the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claini under the  provisions of the "'Mineral Act"mid Amending  Acts; and if at the expir.Uou of ninety days  from the date of the lirst publication of this  notice in the Boundary Creek Times you fail  or r.fuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure, namely ?t.7.17 together with all costs  of advertising, your interest in siid mineral  claim shall become vested in me (your co-owner)  upon filing in the propei office in that behalf  the aOldavit required by Section 4 of the ���'Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Hated this 3rd dav of March. 1.903.  ROSE C. DAVEY.  Last publication June 15. u  THE   BOUM )AY CREEK   TIMES  PageS  Variety of Patterns  The Latest Goods  Best Workmanship  Perfect Fitting  Satisfaction Guaranteed  The Union Label  Suits That Suit  We Make no Others.  Wilson & Co.  MERCHANT  TAILORS   Copper St.        Greeuwood.  PerfectSight  a matter of Foresight  Many  cases  of  eye trouble  are averted by early . application of proper lenses.    Pre  sent   neglect   means   future  trouble.  J ��� L��.  Druggist and Optician,  Greenwood. B. C.  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP AT THR  The new ma.uas;er B,  has made it the leadiiij.  the Kootcnavs.  Toinkins  hotel of  Athletic Association  A meeting- of the Greenwood  Atiiletic Association was held on  Thursday evening- with Vice-President  Mytton in the chair. The attendance  was not as larg-e as it should have been.  The majority of young- men who take  an active interest in athletics were  noticeable by their absence. If the  association is going to be a success,  the work of carrying-on the association  should not be left to a few. All the  younjr men in town should attend the  meeting's and act on the committees.  J. E. McAllister, superintendent of  the Greenwood smelter, thanked the  association for having- elected him  honorary president and promising to  aid *-he association every way in his  power.  Gonzagu College baseball jteam  wanted a guarantee to play here, but  they will be informed that no guarantee can be offered.  The Nelson celebration committee  want the baseball team to play there  on July 1st and 2nd, and the matter  will be considered at next week's  meeting. Another effort will be made  to secttrea leaseof the athletic grounds.  Several matters relating to the better  organization of the association were  considered and it was decided that a  special effort will be made to secure a  large attendance at the meeting next  Thursday evening.  In this connection the following letter has been received:  Will you kind] y allow me a little of  the valuable space in the Times to say  a few words in| favor jof the Greenwood Athletic Association.  A few weeks ago a meeting was  called in the city hall to discuss the  formation of such an association, only  a small number were present, but  those few decided to try and organize  such a society. Several subsequent  meetings have been held, . and the  association has been formed, already  over $100 have been raised with very  little difficulty, and we wish to swell  the amount to $500, thus giving the  club a membership of 100.  It is hardly necessary to state that  such an organization will be of considerable benefit to the town; this has  been proven by the benefits which  have accrued from other sports such  as curling, skating, etc.  Greenwood has hitherto been far behind every other town in the Kootenay  and Boundary couitry along the line  of sports generally, the citizens having  given very little aid financially to such  matters.  To become a member of the Association costs only $5 for membership fee  and $1.50 for the first quarter's dues.  The membership fee is deposited in the  bank and is not to be touched for any  purpose whatevsr until it amounts to  $250. If such an amount is not raised  the money will be refunded to the  subscribers, the quarterly dues will be  used to pay current expenses of the  association.  The impression has been conveyed  to the association that the city council  will assist to some extent in the fixing  upofgrouuds-for~ athletic" con tests-if  Corporation of the City of Greenwood.  Court of Revision.  Notice is hereby ifiven that tlie Court of Revision for tliu purpose of hearing- all complaints  ag-ainst the assessment for the year 1903, as  made by the assessor of the city of Green wool  will be held at the city Hall, Greenwood, on  Monday, June 1st, 1903, at 10 a. in.  Any person deeming himself onimittea or  otherwise improperly assessed must irivenotice  in wiitliifT 1" the assessor of the ground of his  complaint at least ten (lays before the sitting  of such court.  G. U. TAYLOR,  April 27th, 1903. C. M. C  Hot Wave Expected  SUMMER APPROACHES and with it the  necessit)1- for numerous articles on which ��� yon  can save money if bought right. Our hardware is purchased only in car lots. We pay  bottom prices and give our customers the  benefit.  See Our  Ice Cream Freezers���All sizes.  The White Mountain (triple motion) Leonard  "cleanable" Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. Screen  Doors and adjustable window screens. Wire  screening���assorted widths. Garden Tools. Rubber  and  cotton hose.    Poultry netting,   all sizes.  MINING   SUPPLIES   A   SPECIALTY.  grounds can be secured for such purpose, aud the association would like to  see the citizens respond to this appeal,  and take an interest in forming and  successfully carrying out such an association.  A  committee has  been appointed to  canvas the city and try and raise funds  for this purpose and I trust that esery  one approached will respond as liberally as possible.  Respectfully yours.  \V. S. KEITH.  C. R. Pittock represented Greenwood  at Spokane during President Roosevelt's visit. Mr. Pittock enjoyed the  outing and was greatly impressed by  the ringing earnest words of the president.  Cowney's,  iUilsen Bros*,  and  Stewart's  &boeo!ate$ �����  3u$t arrived*  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  ��>. B. Iftunroe  Copper Street.  iff iff iff iff iff iff t>\ iff iff iff iff sf jP iff iff iff if  Chocolates  ���AND���  Bon Bons  IN THE CITY.  ������Buy ��bem~  For   Your    Sweetheart   or  Wife.  COPPER STREET.  ��5* i5* (5* t5* *5* <5* w* V" *5* J* ��3* w* *3* w* <*��� *5* ��S*  %  !-"X"X^��t~X'<��<~X��X'"X��X'"X">iHi,*jr  Pllll  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES SHARPENED. $  PAINTING AND |  SIG W 0RK. 3  Copper St.    Greenwood! |  .���XKMXK'^K'��X~X~X,,X',<����X����X,��X��X��  ?  r  r  r  Well heated rooms at moderate A  prices. Also first class board X  by day or week. y  r  r  r  r  r  THE SWAYNE HOUSE.  Silver Street,  Green woodo  >xhX'��x^^^^x<��:mx��x^x~X'hX'��  E. W. BISHOP  PLUMBING  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEAT ING  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar  an teed.  SSEL-LAW-CAULFIELD GO.,  LIMITED.  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are  Always Right,  <>CK>00<K>00000<>0^00000<>0<>0<>O^CK><>00<><><XXK>0<>0<><><H><>0000<>0<>  ��$00000000000<><X)0000000000��0<K)<>0<><>C>OOK>00<X><>^^  P. O. BOX 2%  PHONE 179  J. W. McMillan  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGNTS F  Tuckett Cigar Co., Union Label Cigars  BRANDS: monogram, Marguerita, Boquet, Our Special, EI Justlllu. El Condor,  Sarantlzalos, Schiller. Also Tucketts Union Label Cigarettes. Karasck T. *  B. Y. C.  Coiner Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  00000000000000000000<>0<>000%000<>0000000<X>0<>bOOOOOOO<>0<!>  000000000000<K>COOOOO<X><>0<>OI|IO<K><><KK>000000000<>00000<>000  0<>CKKK>OCK>CK>00<>0<KK>0<><X>^^  The Jenckes Machine Co.'y  ....CANADIAN RAND DRILL COMPANY....  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines,  Narrow Guage Loccmo-  ������������������ tives, Compressors, Drills, Etc. ���  R. P. WILLIAMS,  AGENT. GREENWOOD, B. C.  <X>000��NOOOO<><>0<>00000<>0^30^  (Ghristenson's Addition)  FOR SALE  L����T$ (50 x 100)  TO INVESTORS A first-class chance to  obtain a suitable site on which to erect a residence for rental *  TO SMELTER EMPLOYEES  Buy, build and own }rour home#  EASY TERMS.  ELKINS & HODGES,  Rendell Block. Agents, Greenwood, B.C.  GRAND FORKS,--PHOENIX-GREENWOOD  AILY STAGE LINE.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.   Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand Forks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare -Grand Forks $3.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix S1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager, Page 6  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  "Will not go  on forever.  It   needs  fixing " some-  ��~xk~h^x^x~x~xk^x��X">**  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  r  x  r  r  y  r  Y  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  Y  Y  Y  Y  ���  r  r  7.  y   '. " "'"���  2 business.  IX Don't wait  Y  '*"" '  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  V  Y  Y  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  Y  Y  Local and Personal.  A  meeting- of the  be held this evening1.  city council will  Mrs. B. R. Redpath and family have  gone.east to visit friends.  times.    2C   That is our-  until your   watch  clogged up  and   won't  gets |  go-  Have   it  cleaned.;  A, U0GAN&CO,  Watchmaker  and Jeweller.  GREENWOQD, B.  C.  Gaunce &-Wickwire report sales of  two.houses and lots and two lots this  :week.  Hugh. McCutcheon, collector of customs, made a business trip to Rossland  this; week.  D. G.;Rqss: the new superintendent  of the . C. & W. came in on Tuesday  afternoon and returned by the outgoing" t^ain1  Rowland Machin general agent for  Canada for-Bennett's-fuse and the  Holman Patent Rock Drill was here  on a business trip this week.  hi^^f^^f^f^f^^^f^^f^^^f^  p. S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK  AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES , FURNISHED     FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD,  & C.  DRINK^*=���  A LIFE  On sale at all the hotels.  JAMES  M      REATH  Albert I. Goodell, superintendent of  the. Sunset smelter has returned from  a business visit to Spokane.  other tooth-  South : End  Bottlers of Fine I/ag-er Beer and  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Carbonated Beverages.  c.  Recently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :     :    :    :    :  W. WILSON,   Secretary.  $^43K"XMX'^"X~X'MX'>C^,<MXK~X��<^^  aae  S.BARRY YUILL  For confectionery and  some articles go to the  Grocer}-,   W. S. Graham.  Rudolf Liden left on Saturday last  for Merico. In all.probability he will  join Mr. Johnson to superintend trie  construction of the smelter or Prince  of Wales Island. Mr. Liden was superintendent of construction of the Greenwood smelter and was assistant to Mir.  Johnson during the latter's tenure of  office here.  . W. G. Gaunce returned on Tuesday,  from a. three week's visit.to Soattle.  While there he had the pleasure of  seeing President Roosevelt. The  people of Seattle went out in 60 steam  ers to welcome the President and the  marine pageant was the finest ever  seen on the Pacific coast.  Rev. J. D. P;' Knox returns today  from the Methodist conference at  Victoria. Mr. Knox will be stationed  at Greenwood for another year much  to the gratification of his congregation  and citizens generally. He will conduct services in his church next Sunday morning and evening as usual.  Mr. Dynes who attended the conference  with him from Greenwood returned  last week.  We are still doing business at the  SoutH^End Grocery.     W. S. Graham.  Last-Tuesday was a record breaking  day-for pre shipments at the C. P. R.  ���tation. During/ the day 61 cars of  ore.were passed to the Greenwood and  Sunset smelters, 36 pf these came from  the Mothar Lode, four from the Sunset  and the balance from Snowshoe and  B. C. mine. The two furnaces a.'- the  Greenwood smelters have been running full blast and the aggregate shipments for the week was the largest for  many months.  A phenomenal strike was recently  made on the Edith L. Fraction, adjoining the AthelstBn mine in Wellington camp. An upturned tree exposed croppings, which uncovered,  PXoy.ed _to^ be_xiyer__4one^huudredfeet  wide of solid shipping ore. The big  showing is one h'tndred feet from the  Athelstan side line and it is a certainty  that the ore body dips into that claim.  Average values from the ledge are $11  in gold and silver. The ore, however,  is not self-fluxing. The property is  owned by Jack Farrel, a prospector  who has owned claims in Wellington  camps for nearly 10 years.  John Bushey, the anarchist who was  arrested at Walla Walla for threatening  to assassinate President Roosevelt,  was employed by P. Burns & Co. in  Greenwood as a sausage maker. He  is a Swiss and while in Greenwood he  indulged in wild anarchical vaporings  He endeavored to join the socialist  league, but was promptly refused admission. Afterwards be went to Rossland where was ordered out of town by  the police, and later he endeavored to  get a following in Spokane but the  police there ordered him to move on.  The Greenwood Socialists repudiate  the statement that Bushey is a socialist. He is an annrchist pure and  simple.  SEE OUR WINDOW  ���.������X^X^XK'*  PRACTICAt      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD-  Fogg's   Chemical   Chalk   and Per*  line for sale at Coles & Frith's.   J12  A FARMER CURED OF RHEUMATISM  ' A man living on a farm near here  came in a short time ago completely  doubled up with rheumatism. I handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm and told him to use it freely aud  if tot satisfied after using it he need  not pay a cent for it," says C. P. Ray-  der, of Pattens Mills, N. Y. -'A few  days later he walked into the store as  a string and handed me a dollar saying, 'give me another bottle of Chamberlain's Paim Balm. I want it in the  house all the time for it cured me."  For sale by J. L. White Greenwood and  A, J\ Thomas Midway.  y  r  r  r  V  Y  Y  Y  v  Y  Y  Y  Y  *  t  t  I  I  y  y  y  y  r  r  y  x  k^��x<h:'hk~x��khk^  B. L. Wood has reopened  a tailor shop on Copper  -street (F. J. Mitchell's  old stand) and will be  pleased to welcome all  his old customers and  many new ones who  want  The Latest Goods  Best Workmanship  A Perfect Fit.  6  A  New   Restaurant  Run  on to the  Live land Let Live Plan,  s\.  Where   Meals  can  be secured at all  hours, well served and at moderate  prices,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  ' 3f  Wood &  Proprietors  jfsS-Remeniber Ihe place, next door to Arlington  Hotel. b  ^X<m*XK��X~X��*><mK��^  DEALERS IN  Merchant Tailor  Copper St,     Greenwood  ^v^*i^rfi^^��VA��^��\>^uVrrf\��/'vV'w\>',T/',^rS" %��������%."  THE NOW  FURNITURE, * CARPETS.!  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  y  ���:��� COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD.  ���:��x~x��x~xn.x��<��x��X"X"X��X"X��tK~x  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  Poultry Pointers  W. F. Brace, single comb Brown  Leghorns' specialist, won ;>t the recent  show held in Madison Square Gardens  (one of the hottest shows ever hold in  New York), six prizes. I have some  fine birds hatched from eggs from the  same matings, from which I will sell a  few settings at 51.50 per 13. First  come, first served. Can also spare a  few thoroughbred M;immoth Pekin  duck eggs, at S1.50 per dozen. Imported stock. J. J. Ba^nek man,  Boundary Falls.  nTnmn~rim umii i iii'��'-*" "rt "  GREATLY ALARMED  By a Persistent Cough, but Permanently Cured  ly Chamberlain's Coujh Remedy.  Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law,  in Greenville, S. C, had heen troubled  for four of five years-with a continuous  cough whe says, "greatly alarmed me,  causing me to fear that I was in the  first stage of consumption." Mr. Burbage. having seen Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy advertised, concluded  to try it. Now read what he says of  it: "I soon felt a remarkable change  and after using two bottles of the  twenty-five cent size, was permanently  cured." Sold by J. L. White, Greenwood, and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  ��  ��  CF***^  WHOLSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  **9  Markets iu all the principle  towns of British  Columbia  Alberta and the Yukon. '  s*  5*��*'*��n����* s^aw**��^^^^  j TlC���lTBMlICili��E  With Which is Incoroorated  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,500,000 1  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, Genen: Manager  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD P.RAKCn.  -.*���;���:


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