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 $u  f f I  yyi  >?  Vol. 8.  ���Legislature :;.i-  ������11903 Library^  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1004.  No. 36  )   /  *.-:.  '��� ���)������:  HOUSECLEANING  PieasaJn't���after it i'sall ovet. Agoo'd time to brighten  up home. WhataTdifference a little paint or kalso-  mine makes; new carpets, rugs or linoleums work  ���wonders. Make ia note of some of our prices. Ex-  'aniSie'our stock���the goods andprices are new.  NEW RUGS  Jute" squares, well known for  their: Wearing qualities; hahd-  somepatterhs, sizes 9x9 to 12  x 12, $2.50 to $5.50.  Tapestry squares. A good assortment in various sizes.  Beautiful' colorings and patterns $7.00: to4l2.50.  Smyrna and Grafton rugs at  popular prices.  LINOLEUMS  -An immense line of Linoleums,  >fklbr tail clothes and /squares to  choose from: Also ingrain  linoleums. These goods are of  the best ^Scotch manufacture  ands.trictty'upsto' -date: Being  imported direct. Our prices'are  vef^'lowv  NEW CARPETS  Tapestries, Stair, body and  border from 70c up. Especially  good value at 85c, equalling  Brussels in appearance. Brus-  'sete'carp'e<5ts,;$1.25 to''$2.00 per  yard.  PORTIERS  Bagdads, Chenilles and Bedford Cords. Crood values in  lace curtains, curtain muslin  arid Brussels -net.  WWUbW SHADES  The popular1 shades of light and  dark green, buff, etcs, Mounted  on the famous Hartshorn roller.  JAPANESE MATTING 25c INi 35ic YD.  Aiabastine,        Paint alia Oil.  Brushes, Window Strait v  Kitcheti Utentils.  \  ^<h*X^4^X��*X��<hMmXhW^<^m*^��<. ww^<&****^  COMPANY,   LIMITED  I For tfe fet Two  WE WILL SELL  Clothing* Hats, Shoes and Underwear at  L#ss ttei Actual Cost  to make room for our new spring goods wHicn have  already commenced to arrive,  *  I  r  ������?���  r.  t;  r-  *?-  In Ladies' Bals, Buttons and Oxfords we can save  you money, as we are closing out our entire stock of   %  Ladies' Goods;  X If you wish a Genuine Bargain it will pay you to  x  look over our stock before purchasing elsewhere.  i. , f . .     . *  "dy"z?ris*"H>^w-J>'y<>W  z^yyj ���-���;;;< ^y  ^ 7! r.-i.y .-  II  READY  TO-WEAR  CLOTHING  FOR MEN  We are agen.s for the  best clothing made in  Canada, the 20th Century  Brand. Before buying a  spring suit or overcoat  see the latest just received  Fine Tweed Suits, Fine  Serge Suits, Shower  Coats,  Special  For   $15.00 %  Special orders taken, six  hundred samples to choose  from.  <^*^*^^***<��*<>^^<"X"X^K~X^>��X~XK~XMXK"X~X^"XKK~X~X~X~:  IS SATISFIED  Examines  Our Mines and  Gets Option.  The  General  Mining News  of the  Week.    .  James Campbell, who has been visit  ing W. M. Law for the past month,  left'for his home in New York on Monday. Mr. Campbell has spent four  very busy weeks in the. Boundary. He  came here to see our. mines and prospects. He saw them'., and they must  have given him a good impression as  he took with him two or three options  on high grade properties almost within  the city limits. Mr. Campbell's intentions are to get different people whom  he represents in London and Paris interested in Boundary mines. He will  leave New York for London and Paris  the first of the coming';,week.    <  Mr. Campbell, on!th| eve of his departure, in conversation said:  "I have never seen a better opportunity for making money in mining  than exists here, provided the initial  capital is judiciously invested aud the  ioperatio.ns honestly and efficiently con-  'ducted.""  -A  ' Through theYSsSnlts: of his visit here  he .has,, acquired-,-,,a'/my?-y���thor^i:-^.'."���  knowledge of the local situation���.'... and  seems very enthusiastic to return  should he be successful in the old  country to prove for himself that the  opinion he has forrned of tlie''Boundary  isnot wrong.  John Mathews has been doing considerable work thisspring on his properties lying west of the local smelter.  On the Putman claini which he is now  working on some very fine galena ore  has been taken out. In the 17 foot  shaft-the-bottomis -all.. ..in..cire.^TKe.  other two properties Vie owns which  adjoins the Putman are the old Dublin  and Eureka both of which are very  favorable looking properties.  Al. Sanderson who has working the  past winter at the Elkhorn mine, left  Monday morning for Wellington  camp where he will put in the summer  working on his property, the Jack Pot  claim. The Jack Pot adjoins the  Athelstan and has ,had considerable  work done on it. It is Mr. Sanderson's  intention to1 do considerable surface  work as well*as sinking in the shaft  which is down 35 feet on tlie incline.  In this shaft considerable ore lias been  taken tiiit, assays of which give good  returns.  THE BIG DEAL.  The long looked for is about to happen. The most absorbant question,  when will the Montreal & Boston Copper Company begin operations? will  soon be answered. The head principals of the company, Messrs. Munroe  aud Pemberton, are expected to arrive  here to-morrow or Monday. A  ment has been made on llio Brooklyn  and Stemwinder deal. The balance of  the money for the western shareholders  in the other properties involved in the  deal is in the bank at Spokane  It is beyond doubt now that the big  deal which Mr. Munroe and his asso  ciates have been working on the last  two months has gone through and that  operations at the smelter will begin iu  a vei y short time  The work of opening up the mines  with the exception of the Athelson,  Emma and Brooklyn may take some  little time, but those three properties  which have ore enough on the dumps  can begin shipments at once- and v. ill  keep the smelter running until tlie  Stemwinder, Morrison and Sui:set will  begin regular shipments.  DRAPER���M'ENTIRE.��� ������  The Seattle Post of April %)th published the following notice '.-pf Miss  Clara McEnthe's marriage to Alfred  E, Draper. Miss McEntire who will  be remembered by many, was one of  Greenwood's most popular young  ladies, having lived here with her parents almost three years: "A home  wedding was celebrated at 8 o'clock  on Wednesday evening of this week^at  the home of Robert A. Smith, 228 Nob  Hill avenue, when Miss Clara' McEntire and Mr. Alfred E.. Draper.]were  united in marriage, Rev. O. H. McGill,  of the Battery Street Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. . Miss McEntire has almost since childhood  made her home with Mr. " and .'-Mrs';  Smith. She is favorably known- ia  her circle of friends in North Seattle.  Mr. and Mrs. Draper will make their  home in Anacortes. At the conclusion  of the ceremony Mrs. Smith, assisted  by Mrs. Hassell, served a dainty wedding supper. . .  OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL. -., .  Following is the report of the public  school for the month.of April:  Total daily attendance, Div. I , 659;  actual daily attendance, 645.5.' Div.  II., total daily attendance, 638; actual  daily attendance, 614.5. A'vefa'ge  daily attendance, Div. I., .34.68; average actual, 33.97. Div. II., average  daily attendance, 33.57; average actual  32 24. Pupils attending 'during the  month, Div. L: boys, 20, girls, 23, total  43; Div.TL: boys, 23, girls; 15, total1,  39. Percentage attendance! DiVi 'Ly  80.66; Div. II., 86.07. .,'.   ,:  ELECTRIC PLANT BURNED.  About 10 o'clock Tuesday- morning  while Sherman Samuels, the operator,  was at breakfast the Northport-Elec-  Itric Light company plant ou Deep  Creek'w.ag^discovef ed"oh fire. Before  -2fryt?f?<? ��� jo^hf^e3c#*rfe-^^-^i^^  was in flames.    Nothing wa's'saved.' ' ���'���  The plant was installed about five  years ago and furnished the city and  private residences with light. The  smelter, however, was not a patron.  The loss on switchboard, machinery,1  elsctric supplies ^anrt building will'  approximate $4000. The plant-is owned by Robert Morrill. It will not be  known whether the plant will be rebuilt until M>\ Morrill returns from  Spokane tomorrow.  THE WEEKLY  Licensing    By-Law     May  Cause Trouble.  H- B- Munroe Asks Assistance in The  Coliettine of Photos. ���    ;^  ::jicancer trecause._. _  H. W. Bretall, a former resident of  Greenwood and one of who composed  the staff of P. Burns & Co. of this city,  committed suicide in Spokane Saturday last. The following is from the  Review of that date:  "Despondent because of a cance'r'of  the mouth and had been barely able to  eat or talk for two months, H. WiUiam  Bretall placed a. revolver to his right  temple and sent a bullet into his brain  at noon yesterday in room 11 of the  Golden West hotel, First avenue and  Washington street.  The chambermaid went to the room  tD make it up, and pushing open the  door, discovered Bretall on the 'floor  with the revolver lying near. Coroner  D. L. Smith was summoned, but found  that the man had been dead for at least  two hours.-  Bretall's home was in Heppner, Oregon, where he was in the butcher business. He had been suffering from  cancer for years and had come to Spokane for ..treatment. Dr.. George Doo-  little attended him, but his case was  beyond cure.  He was about 49 years old, about five  .,;lY. Ifeet seven'inches in height andwas a  widower, wi*hout children. He was a  member of the Knights of Pythias and  belonged to the German Lutheran  church.  The body was taiten to Smith & Co.'s  undertaking rooms and will be buried  from there this afternoon at-3p.nii  The funeral will be held under the  auspices of the Knights of Pythias and  Rev. P. Groschupf will officiate.  The session on Monday, evening of  the city council was rather a quiet one,  nothing of any serious importance  happened during the past week to disturb their peaceful-minds.-    '���'-. r:- - . ".'������  Those who sat around the table wife're  his worship the' Mayor, Aldermen  Caulfield, McNeil'End Parker.  The minutes of the previous meeting  being approved, the city clerk brought  forward several'^corritnunications, one  of which caused some stir around the  boar<?. It was from H. B. Madden,  owner of the Pacific hotel in the city.  The contents of the letter- attacked  Aid. Caulfield's liquor, license .by-law.  Geo. Wellwobd of the Rossland hotel,  appeared in person.to protest' against  tlie.same by-law but Aid. Caulfield  with the aid of City Solicitor Gray explained to Mr. Wellwood ail questions  which' was - troubling his mind "so that  when he left the presence' ���-.���ofr that  august body his mind about the Ucen's-*  ing by-layy; ,was running, in smooth  channels/"-..'. . , '",'������ "r;":--..':,'^-  ^���w��"mi����p.-.ii>iii��i����**" ���'�� ��� �� *'w<��^>-**^J-..*^~^*��a^iii<^r^:'��.h,  ' The hotelkeepers of the city seeraw-  ibe'labouring under a miscomprehension as to'the new by-law. It iis riot the  intention of the council to in anyway"  antagonize the feeling of the hotel  men. As the by-law now stands it  grants'seventeen licenses,'five of wh'ich  are'saloon' licenses. The work1 of'the  hotel'men would be made very, easy Mif  they would get together and decide  who want hotel licenses and who  Baloon. : The saloon licenses have to  have a petition signed by two-thirdii of  the'resideiits and;also'; of the property  .o.wner.sJnj;the,.-J)!pc.k;i^^  situated-and also oi the one directly  opposite them. Possibly in a few instances some applying for a saloon  license:ihay'be put to some trouble in  getting signers of property holders  who do not live in the city, but in  very few instances. Some think the  $500 for a saloon license is too high  but when everything is taken into consideration it is as evenly divided as it  could possibly be.  ; A letter from H. B. Munroe asking  the council's assistance in gathering  together a collection of photos of our  mines, city and the different industries. The council appointed a committee and gave them power to purchase such. The photos are to be a  part of an exhibit at the St. Louis  Fair.  The council endorsed the action of  the Rossland council in the taxation of  railroadproperty in the city limits.  , The licensing by-law was laid over  for another week before it is finally  passed so that the hotel keepers may  have ample time to take any necessary  steps.  A superstitious subscriber who found  a spider in his paper, warits to'know if  it is considered a bad oicen.     Nothing  of the kind.     The spider was  merely  looking over the columns of the paper i  to see what merchant was  not   adver- ;  tisiug so that   it   could' spin   its  web'  across his store  and   be free from dis-1  turbance.���Maple Falls Leader.  Young Ladies. Read This.  If you are bothered with pimples,  rashes or ugly blotches on your face,  if your complexion is sallow, it's an  evidence that vou require Ferrozone to  tone up your blood. One Ferrozone  Tablet taken at meals makes the complexion like peach bloom, cheeks soon  beco'ine rosy, eges bright, you'll be the  picture of health. Thousands of ladies  keep up their youthful' appearance  with;Ferrozone, why not you ? -Price  50c. For sale by the Thomas Drug  Co.  Hay's bread  delivered  fresh  to all  parts of the city.   '  Large assortine'nt of bedroom  suits  at Clint's, Copper St. BOUNDARY   ORtzEK   TIMES.  ���3 "We  live  to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom ^  ~- but in order to live you must get the best to eat, ;3  TRY   OUR  lis, Chops. Hi'  OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON  I The to IMPDNDEFf MEAT MARKET 1  I Srs The Union Meat Company 1  ^iijiiUiiuuuuuiiuumiiiuuuuimiiiinmiiiiJiiiiiuiiiiUiiK  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. F.  Meets every Tuesday Eveninp at 8 00 In the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial fnvl tatlon is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  E. Foyle Smith, Fred B. Holmes.  .-N. G. Reo.-Sec.  ��b��  Boundary Creek Times  ��Tssued ���vcrv Triday  Duncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year    2 00.  Six Months 1 ZB  To Foreign Countries 2 50.  IABEL>  FRIDAY,   MAY 6  1004  THE WORK ACCOMPLISHED.  The Tories parade the growth  of expenditure as evidence that  Liberals have been wasteful.  They never by any chance tell  the other side of the story, what  Liberals have done with the  money.     Here  are some of the  1. The gross foreign trade.of  Canada has risen from $239,000,-  000 in 1896, the last year of the  Tory rule, to $467,000,000. It is  now four times greater than it  was in 1868. To put it in another way, the gross foreign  trade during the last seven years  of Tory rule, ' 1890-96v was $1,-  630,000,000, whilst for the seven  years, 1897-1903, the Liberal rule  .. it.. has.been^, 540,000,000.���-  2. Population has greatly in.-,  creased since ?896; immigration  was never so large and the exodus has practically ceased. Meanwhile a very considerable movement of Americans into Canada  has set in. Down to June 30  last, the American immigrants  to the Canadian Northwest numbered 120,000. All that country  is being rapidly settled up, and  as its population grows the demand for factory goods and general merchandise from the older  provinces increases.  3. Liberals have added to and  improved the Intercolonial till it  is now able to earn running expenses; and these betterments  have helped indirectly to promote  interprovincial trade, which was  never so great in the history of  the country.  4. They have improved the St.  Lawrence rqute, are now providing a channel 30 feet deep between tidewater and Montreal,  have built canals west of Montreal, and constructed minor  works of various kinds at other  points, all with the view of  cheapening transportation rates  and so increasing the selling  value of Canadian products.  5. They have opened the  Yukon, preserved order there and  aided in establishing another  market for eastern goods.  6. The abounding prosperity is  due, of course, to natural causes;  but Liberals can claim credit for  having, by a wise readjustment  of the tariff and other measures,  allowed industry full play and  done all that could have been  done by human means to advance  the general interests of the  country.  7.@jThey are now paving the  way for the construction of a  second transcontinental road,  which will cost the taxpayer  little, ensure competition and  lower rates, and open the back  country of tne older Provinces as  well as a new country in the  West. From being on a side  street when the Liberals came in,  Canada has leaped to a front  street; and under the same wise  and progressive rule is bound to  grow apace in the future.  Who wants to return to the old  days when the Tories legislated  chiefly for themselves and their  friends; when stagnation prevailed and people moved out, and the  rest of us spent the time largely  in sectional and sectarian quarrels.  son of the salient features of the  two agreements:���  C. P. R. G. T. P.  Land   Subsidy.���  25.000,000 acres.  Cash Subsidy���  $25,000,000' also  337,000,000 in the  form of sections  built by Government. The whole  line handed over  as a gift to the  company.  The Opposition   case  against  the  Grand   Trunk   Pacflfi^rests.  Monopoly ���For  20 years no competing- road south  of main line to be  built; this, to prevent competition  by American  roads.  Customs Exemption���Company allowed free, impor  tation of all material used in construction. If, however, bridge and  other material  were bought in  Canada, then company to receive  from public treasury a drawback or  bounty equivalent  to amount of our  duty.  Tax Exemption  ���All sites and  grounds, together  with capital stock  of com pany,. to be  exempt from taxes  for 20 years; land  grant iu Territories exempt for  same period.  Control of Rates  ���C o m p a n y exempt- from Government ' control  till earnings yield  10 per cent, of cost  of construction.  Country Opened  Up.���From North  Bay along Lake  Superior, through  Manitoba and  British Columbia  to Pacific, 2,550  miles.  Not an acre.  Nil. Government construction  of section, Moncton to Winnipeg.  To be leased to  company at 3 per  cent. At the end  of 50 years line  reverlslo Government, Government guarantee  on remainder of  road. Running  rights to all other  companies on  terms to be fixed  by Government.  No monopoly of  any sort.  Company to pay  duty on all imported material.  No exemptions.  Government of  control rates from  end to end.  From New  Brunswick to Pacific, 3,300 miles.  Vast back country  of Quebec and Ontario, as well a$i  new regiq,.ri'in  Manitoba.-,''Territories,-Snd British  ,i5t>lumbia.  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  69  Capital, all paid up. $13,973,560.  Rest..  ..$10,000,000.  President.   Lorii Strathcona and Mount Rovai.,  Vice-l'residuiit:   Hon. ('��� i'.okgu A. Pkuimmond.  General MaiKiirei':    K. S   Cr.ousroN.  Brandies in London, Eng. \ AU Vr&.k.'  New York, Chicago.  '1     vuivUbU  Buy and sell Sterling' Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available lu any parijof the world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  *=9  ^JJJJJffifflflJJJJJJJfflJJjffiJfflJWJjfflJjJJJJK  THE CANADIAN RANK OP COMMERCE  With Which is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HE)AD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital...' ... : :. $   8,700,000  Rest           3,000,000  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over.......:..   83,000,000  London Office. '   ...    .......... Win. Gray,     -j  60 Lombard St. E. C.  H.B. waiter-1 *�����������  New York Agency  lfi EXCHANGE PLACE.  In addition the Bank has 107 branches and agencies iu Canada and the United  States.j  including- the following- iu British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. J  NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  NELSON, VICTORIA,  N.WESTMINSTER.'WHITE HORSE,  atlin; '  cranbrook,  DAWSON,  FERNIE.  GREENWOOD,  JKAMLOOI'S.   '  LADYSMITH,  Branches in the United States:  new york;    san francisco.     Portland,    Seattle,    skagway  Deposits received, exchatifre^bouffht   and sold and everv description of   baiikinir  ���: " J GREENWOOD" BRANCH, ' '  W. ALLISON, Manager.  mmmm  largely ou their theory that the  back country of Ontario and  Quebec, which the road will open  up, 19 an irreclaimable desert;  and that the centre of New  Brunswick, which the line will  traverse on the way from Quebec  to Moncton, is no better. The  Bible tells us that of those sent to  spy out the Promised Land, some  came back and reported it to be a  country "that^ eateth up[^ the in-  hrbitants" thereof/' ~ That is  about the attitude of the Tory  leaders in the present case, with  this difference, however, that  they condemn the land without  having seen it, on the principle  apparently that it is their duty  to speak evil of an enterprise  fathered by the Liberal party  whether they know anything  about it or not.  C. P. R. VS. G. T. R.  The following taken from an  exchange so clearly presents the  leading features of the two transcontinental railway contracts that  it has been reproduced in full.  "When the Opposition has said  all they can say, the fact remains  that the Government's agreement  with the Grand Trunk Pacific is  out of sight more favorable for  the country than that made by  the Tories with the Canadian  Pacific. The reply to this is that  the Canadian Pacific was a  pioneer line. They forget that,  before they transferred it to the  present company, the project had  been in the hands of the Government for ten years, that the Government had built most of the  really difficult portions, and that  men like Sir Sanford Fleming  were sure it was destined to be a  profitable enterprise. The Grand  Trunk is a pioneer line too in the  sense that it will pass wholly  through virgin territory. Here,  in condensed form, is a  compari-  Two Dispatches From Baltimore   ���WHICH TELL THEIR OWN STOREY-  "'Richard F. Post was appointed a receiver for the  Peabody Fire Insurance Coi'npaiiy of Baltimore.    The  Company lost $700,000 by reason of the fire and it had ���  assetsof $300,000."; '  "The Liverpool and London aud Globe Insurance  Company's   Baltimore   loss'one million   ($1,000,000.) ';  WilLpEiy by draft on Home Office, so as not to disturb    ,'. ���  American or Canadian investments.      Company has    V:  /'subscribed ten thousand ($10,000) to relief fund.  "f"  THF LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE, has over  three  million dollars invested in Canadian Securities. ,.....'. .,  When insuring why not be sure of indemnity in case of loss ?  The reader will have seen the  announcement, made in the Ontario Legislature, that the Canadian Northern is about to build a  line from, Toronto to Sudbury and  give running rights over it to the  Canadian Pacific in return for  running rights over the Canadian  Pacific from Sudbury to Port  Arthur. Thi? looks like a step  towards, the absorption of the  Canadian^NorthernbyJhe^Caua-  dian Pacific; at any rate it confirms the suspicion that the two  companies are "getting to bed  together" in framing rates for the  East and..West. It is obvious  that a competing line cannot be  built too soon.  That the Grand Truuk Pacific  will benefit the West by affording  honest competition to the ranchman and wheat-grower will be  admitted by every rational person, unless, like Mr. Osier, he  has his own reasons for disliking  competition up there. That it  will benefit Ontario, Quebec and  the Maritime Provinces by giving  lower rates on west-bound manufactures to the West, as well as  by opening vast areas within  their confines that, without the  road, must remain what they are  now, a wilderness of no economic  value, is equally clear. And that  these great services to Cauada  will be performed at comparatively little cost to the Canadian  people must be obvious to anyone  who reads the Grand Trunk Pacific agreements with an open  mind instead of with a set determination, to condemn.  Bealef Investment & Trust Company; TJtd.  GEORGE R. NADEN, Manager  Agents for The Liverpool & London & Globe.     The Phoenix Assurance Company of London. Eng  The British America Assurance Company of Toronto, Ont.  po<mk��$��X'hKmx��.:��x^^^  ��� TH E���~- ���-  Bedding Plants  Mrs. Isaac M. Bernard will have for  sale after May 1st, all varieties of  Bedding Plants, suitable for this climate, also a nice variety of house plants  Orders may be left at the Greenwood  Fruit Co., Copper St., or at residence.  r  r"  D. A. MacDONALD, Proprietor,  IF ITS GOOD WE HAVE IT  DROP IN AND SEE US  CORNER COPPER AND GREENWOOD- STREETS  r  v  r  a  ^XK"t��KK":":"H~X"K"><��:~x��<��:"X^^^  GOMMERG'AL HOTEL  RE-OPENING OF  DINING  ROOM ...  The Dining Room has lately been refitted and refurnished  and  and will be run in first-class style.  EVERYTHING   IN   SEASON  Meals 35 cents. Special rates to steady boarders  .X^~X"X~X~X~X~X��C^<~X~^^  DEALERS IN  IFDRHITDBE, * CARPETS,  ? LINOLEUMS, ETC.  *   copper; street,  $*$<m>x^>*��mX'"'X~x~x��x~x-:^^  GREENWOOT).  X  1  X  V  ?  r  X \j  u  . t r> rv.i  y  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  ST0��KB BR0S  Having something else in  view  offer their well known  $  iK  Kor Sale  706 Acres  ISO acres suitable for cultivation  balance pastures and range.  100 foot hay and cattle sheds.  First class fencing.  Extensive Hog pasture��� creek  running thro���well fenced���pig  proof.  Young Orchard just coming into  bearing stock at option oi purchaser.  SO acres Titnothy-Clover-Brome  Grass.  Barns all floored���chicken and  root houses.  Current prices paid ranchers for  dressed meats, etc. Pork 8 to  10c. Beef 8 to 10c. Eggs 35  to 60c dozen. Butter 35c lb.  Oats 50c bushel, wheat $1.00  bushel.  There's Money in Ranching at the  above jrlces���you can't get away from  It. There Is no section so well adapted  to stock raising or fruit growing (as  Boundary Creek) that produces so little  of what it consumes. Market at your  door.  The Freight Is yours.  The Boundary "for the  I rancher is an empire of  I its own. .  Our market Is protected 04 the East by  th�� C P. R-, on the south by the Custom  House, on the West and North by Land  limited and undeveloped. '*  lU.U  Five Miles North of Midway,  <XHX'4MX',,X'H'X'>CM'XMX- XmXmXmXmX'>  r  k  BICYCLE AND        |  MACHINE REPAIRS.   |   y  SKATES SHARPENED. %  PAINTING AND |  SIGN WORK. I  X  \  Copper St.    Greenwood. I  % x  !  \  JUST  RECEIVED.  New Trunks  AND  ������***  Travelling Bags  Selling Cheap; See Them  New goods have arrived in  Granite, Wooden and Tin  Ware, Poulty Netting,  Pocket and Table Knives,  Razors, Shovels, Rakes,  Rubber Hose. For hardware see us.  A- L. WHITE  Tbe 2nd Hand Man.  "OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKXXKK)  I LOCAL   EXTRACT jj  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Alex. Robinson, who has been supplying the citizens of Greenwood  through the columns of the Times with  all the grey matter he could draw from  his upper stope for the past three or  four weeks, has been compelled to  keep his room this week on account of  rheumatism.  Fred J. Mitchell, merchant tailor at  Fernie but formerly of Greenwood,  was one of the heavy loosers in the  $1,000,000 fire which completely wiped  out the business portion of that thriving coal mining town. The Fernie  Free Press was fortunate in saving  their presses, type, etc., and. although  appearing in a small sheet last week,  will resume their original size and  style hereafter.  The Church of England: At St.  Jude's Hall on Thursday next, May 12,  the Festival of the Ascension, there  will be a celebrationof the -Holy Comr  munion at 8 a.m. Evensong with an  address at 8 p. m.  Two cases areup before Judge Hallett this afternoon charged with allowing their cattle to run at large.in the  city limits. There is a.law. prohibiting  cattle and horses running at large in  the city and it should be strictly enforced. Every spear of grass, every  tree of umbrageous growth, every  clinging vine, every blossoming flower  adds much to the value of a home and  it is useless waste of time for our citizen* trying to beautify, their homes  and surroundings if animals are allowed to run at large as has been the case  in the past.  A young professional man of respectable  standing and some means wishes to communicate with a young- lady of refinement, with a  view to matrimony. Address, Similkameen.  this office. ......  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  Drill Shed, Rossland, B.C." will be received at  this office until Thursday, May'26, WW, inclusively, for the construction of a. Drill Shed at  Rossland, B.C., according to plans and specification to be seen at the Public Building-, ai  Rossland, B.C., and at the Department of Public  Works, Ottawa, and at the office of Mr. William Henderson, Clerk of Works, Victoria,  B. C.    .'������.'   '  Tenders will not be considered unless made  on the printed form supplied, aud signed with  the actual signatures of tenderers.  An accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works, e<[ual to ten oer cent  (10 p.c), of the amount of the tender, must  accompany each tender. The cheque will be  forfeited if the party tendering decline the  contract or fail to complete the work contracted  for, and will be returned in case of non-acceptance oftender.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order,  FRED. GELINAS,  ��� Secretary.  Department ot Public Works,  Ottawa, April 26, 1904.  Newspapers    inserting   this    advertisement  without authority  from the Department, will  not be paid for it.  MINERAL ACT,  Xertificateof-Improvetnenis.   -  NOTICE.  DOUBLE STANDARD Mineral   Claim,   sitii-  ite in the Greenwood   Mining   Division of  Yale District.   Where located:     Iu Central  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE thar I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for Elizabeth McKellar, Free  Miner's Certificate No.  B 77140,  intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder ior a Certificate of 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 sucli Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of April, A. D. 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  OWL Mineral Llaiiu, situate iu tlte Greenwood  Mining Division of YaleDistrict. Located  in Deadwood Camp joining tlie Tiutic M 11-  cral Claim.  .'.-���"  TAKE NOTICE that I, .Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Mineis Certificate No. B. 552SC, acting for  self and as agent for George R. Naden, Free  Miners Certificate No. B 41655, John N. Greden,  Free Millers Certificate No. li 55145, and'the  British America Development Co.. Ltd., Free  Miners Certificate No. B 71612, intend, sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for aCertificate of Improveinents,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grantof  the above claini.  And further take notice that action, under  section 31, must be commenced before the.  issuance of such Certificate oi Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of April, A. D., 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  Bounday-Helen Gold Minlnsr Company.  Limited Liability.  NOTICE is hereby given'that a special general meeting of the shareholders of the. above  named Company will be held at the office of the  Company at Greenwood, B. C, upon the 8th dav  of June, 1904, at the hour'of three o'clock in the  afternoon, to consider and if'deemed advisable  to pass resolutions to authorize the sale of the  Helen Mineral Claim, and for, the disposition of  the remaining assets of the Company.  Dated this 2nd day of May, 1904.  , M. j. M. WOOD,  Secretary,  Notice.  In re Lot 1012, Group one, Osooyoos Division,  Yale District,  Whereas proof of loss of certificate of title  No. 2141a issued in the names of Robert Wood  ann Charles Scott Galloway has been filed in  the office.  Notice i.s hereby given that I shall at the expiration of one month from the date of the first  insertion hereof, issue a duplicate of the said  certificate, unless. In the meantime, valid objection be made lonie in writing.  W. H. Edmonds,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Office.  Kamloops, B.C., February 1st, 190*.  The Germs of Catarrh  Not only attack the passages of- the  head and throat but finally reach the  lungs and cause consumption. Nothing destroys catarrh so quickly as  fragrant healing Catarrhozone which  relieves the cough, stops the discharge,  takes all soreness from the throat. "I  consider Catarrhozone has no equal as  a cure for catarth and lung trouble"  writes Jas. E. Welherell of Brighton.  "It cured me after many good doctors  failed to even relieve iny trouble."  Catarrhozone can't fail to cure���it's  guaranteed. Two months treatment  SI 00; trial size 25c. For sale by the  Thomas Drug Co.  Hay's bread and pastry   is on sale at  Munroe's.  - WANTED���Faithful person to call  on retail trade and agents for manufacturing house having well established  business; local territory; straight  salary $20 paid weekly and expense  money advanced; previous experience  unnecessary; position permanent; business successful. Enclosed self addresses envelope. Superintendent  Travellers, 60S Monon Bldg., Chicago.  NOTICB  The Maxwell Photo Co. of Greenwood, B. C, are closing their studio ou  May 14, 1904. All bills not settled by  that date will be left in our attorney's  hands for collection.  A. V. Eibuy, Manager.  P  Cobacces,  Cigars and  Cigarettes  A. choice-line, of the; above good just  ��� received.  Eowtiey'St  ������  and  Stewart's  Cbo.eolate$ ���������.  A Large assortment of  English.Ju Jubes and. other  fancy .candies.  Copper Street.  ill  ��� RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and south to Kossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North-  port.  Effective June 14th. 1903.  Leave  8:45 a. in.  10:40 a. .111.  7:20 a; m.  10:35 a. in.  8:30 a. 111.  . .. Spokane  Rossland  Nelson'  Grand Forks  Republic  Akrive  ., 6:15; p. m.  4:35 p. 111.  7:20'p. m.  4:00 p. in  0:1.5 p. ni.  In Connection With  TICKETS To All POINTS  SHOKT LINE To  ST. PAUL,, DULUT1J, luINNEA-  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALL POINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOMA, VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all PACIFIC  COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining  and Buffet  Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jacksok, H. Brandt,  g. f. &. p. a., c. p. & x. a ,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Spokane  COMPANIES' ACT, 1897.  Morrison Mines, Limited, (Non-Personal Liability.  Take notice that the shares in the  Morrison Mines, Limited, (Non-Per-  sonal Liability) hereinafter described,  have been declared in default and will  be sold at public auction to the highest  bidder for cash, at the ollice of the said  company, Rendell building, Copper  street. Green wood, B.C ,011 Wednesday  the 18th day of May, A. D., 1904. ;i't  the hour of four o'clock in tlie afternoon, to satisfy assessments which  have been made thereon and are in default for a period exceeding sixty clays  after notice and demand of payment of  such assessments.  A m't oi- Assessment  Due and  Unpaid  Certifi  No. of  cate No.  Shares  45  210  70  500  95  1 000  383  1 000  384  1 000  419  . 1 000  482  700  776  1 000  823  2 500  1130  3 000  1155  500  1227  2 500  1264  2 500  1535  1 500  1548  1 000  1620  500  1621  500  1622  500  1623  500  1649  500  1676  500  1725  2 000  1754  1 000  1755  1 000  1879  . SOO  1880  1 000  1928  ������ 1000:  1981  .  1 000  1995  1 000  1996  1 000  2016  400  2018  500  2022  200  2029  100  2030  200  2031  200  2096  600  84  00.  00  00  00"  00  80  00'  10 00  12 00  2 00  10 00  10 00  6 00  4 00  1 50  1 SO  I 50  1 50  1 50  1 SO  6 00  3 00  3 00  1 50  3 00  3 00  4 00-  3 00  3 00  1 60  1 50  80  40  80  80  1 80  .Dated March 25th, 1904.  A.  F. OLIVER,  Secretary.  (Note change of date of sale from 22tid  April.)  WHEN IN NELSON  .STOP AT THI?  Tlie new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading- hotel of  the Kootenays.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements^:~~  NOTICE.  TOBOGGAN Mineral Claim, sitiuile iu the  Greenwood Mining', Division of Yule DUt-  rici. Where located: At Hartford Junction.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Sydney M. John-  ton. Free Miner's Ceriilicate No. 1555250,  actinc for self und as ajrent for Joseph Uassett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1155154, Harry-L.  Morjfiin, Free Miner's Certiiicate No. H55290  and James Newby, Free Miner's Certificate  No. 15 74437, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to llic-Mining Recurde  for a certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining crowiigrant of tlie above  claini.  And   further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tho issuance of such certilicatesof iniprovements.  Uated this lOtli day of April, A. D.. 1901.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  HIS   HONOR   tin- Lieutenant-Governor iu  Council  lias been pleased to make the  foi lowing apuoi n t men t:���  I5II1 Marcli, 190(.  Aktiiuh C. Sutton, of the City of Grand  Forks, l��K<|tiire, ISarrister-at Law, to be Orticial  Administrator for that portion of the County of  Yale comprised wichin Ihe Grand Forks and  Greenwood Electoral districts, vice Mr. A. D  Mclntyre, whose jurisdiction for the County of  Yale is curtailed accordingly.  Corporation ol the City of Greenwood  NOTICE is hereby iriven that the Assessment Roll for l'XW has been returned, and  can be inspected by miy person having an interest therein ustil the sittinir of the Court of  Revision. The first siltinir of the Court of  Revision on the said Assessment Roll will be  held in the Citv Hall, Greenwood City,on  Monday, the 25th'dar'oi April, 1904. at 10o'clock  a. ni. Any person desiring to make complaint  against hi.s or her assessment must (five notice  in writing lo the Assessor, statiiijr the ground  of his or her complaint, at least ten days before the said date.  G. II. TAYLOR,  C. M. C.  Greenwood. B.C., March 14th. l'XW.  A Chance of a Lifetime.  I have just sold my ranch, and have  for sale a number of my choice laying  hens, thoroughbred Brown Leghorns  and Barred Rocks, also Pekin ducks  and turkeys. They are going quickly,  get in line while they last. Shall also  t,ell my implements and live stock,  (Horses and milch cows.) J. J. Bannerman, Boundary Falls.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  HAVING ADDED A 8  TINSHOP i  To my Plumbing ICstaUiisbmeiil  am piv.parci". todoall kiiui.s of  TIN3MITHING AT  SHORTEST NOTICE.  Furnace   Grates   and   Stove   Itculrs  E, W, BISHOP  The   Most   Complete   Stock   in  the Boundary.  Phone 38      Naden-Flood Block:  OOOOO 000000000000000000000  S.BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKRR       AND  ,_. JKWKLLKR.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  CARPETS, -  LIMEUMS"'  CROCKERY  .GLASS \V ARE...  CUTLERY ,  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILERR0S.  VICTORIA, B. C.  CANADIAN  ..RAILWAY. .  World's Fair Excursion  Rates  ROSSLAND TRAIL  ST. LOUIS CHICAGO  $60.00 $6500  AND RETURN  90-DAY   LIMIT.  DATES  OF SALE  May 11, 12. 13, June 16,17, 18, July 1,  2, 3, Aukust 8, 9. 10, September 5, 6, 7,  October 3, 4, 5.      .  RETURN TICKETS TO  EASTERN   CANADA  At corresponding Kites on same  dates. For full particulars apply to  local agents or write  E. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE,        J. S. CATER,  A.(i P.A. Vancouver D.P. A.Nelson  ���:":~:-X"X-X">k��:~x-Xm>*<h;���  I  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class-  THE SWAYNE HOUSE,  Silver Street,  Green wooa.  cm:~x~:-x��:~5~X"X"X'<~x~x~x~x~:">  Just arrived, a nice new lot of  Spaulding's Sporting goods. Baseballs, bats and mits, etc. At A. L.  White's, the Second Hand Man. BOUNDARY   (Mf¥tzEK
Boundary Ore Shipments*
Granby Min es	
Mother Lode	
B. C. Mine	
Oro Denoro	
R. Bell	
Golden  Crown	
Athelstan and Jack Pot	
King Solomon	
No. 7	
City of Paris	
E. P. U. Mines and Gold Finch	
6+ 533
5 340
19 444
Total Tons .
1 076
2 250
1 200
2 000
3 230
99 730
231 862
99 548
47 517
1 731
1 040
310 601
141 326
14 727
20 800
8 010
389 000
7 900
507 811
1903 1904
393 718 199 743
130 492 64 580
19 365 	
71 212 	
15 731
15 537' 11'845
 "3:'339 "ZZ'Z
22 937 9 012
2 435 	
 5 64o 2 968
9 120
2 784'
1 756
682 541     285 576       12 359
: -    -   -' !  '--     ' ' ■'"■'-" ^ ■--..■.■■WA:.
a part of Colorado's exnibit at the
World's Fair. The collection is
valued at $250,000. The bullion
value of it alone is $80,000. It
has never been placed on exhibition before.
A wonderful exhibit of English
embroidery which will be seen at
the World's Fair is an altar cloth
of magnificent design an workmanship. The cloth is composed of the finest English silk
damask, in shades' of yellow, and
bears the medieval figure of a
saint. In front of this is a large
panel, before which stands the
figure of ah angel. Pure gold
thread worked into the background represents the the sun,
and'surrounding; this is stitchery
ot delicate but inteuce blue, to
'represent the sky.
Young Ladies. Read This.
If you are bothered with pimples',
rashes'dr-ugly blotches on'your ^fa'ceV
if youi: complexion is sallow, it's" 'an
evidence that you'require FerrofcOtie' to
tone up your blodd: One Ferrozone'
Tablet taken at meals • make's the cbni-'
iplexicn likepeach bloom, cheeks soon'
becotne::rosy, eges bright, you'll be the
picture of health.> Thousands of ladies
keep' up their' youthful appearartce
With Ferrozone,'why not you ? Price
SOc For sale' by the Thomas Drug
Certificate of Improvements.
Gkanith Mineral Claini, situate in llic Greenwood   Mining   Division, of   Yale   District.
Wliere located—In Skylark'camp, joining
tlie Smuggler mineral claim
TAKE NOTICE tliat I. Svdney M. Johnson,
acting as agent  for M. 11. Kane, Kree Miner's
Certiiicate  No.   1580171,  and  I. -11.   Hroslauer
Kree      Miner's      Certificate     .No     ,'B SSSfd.
intend,    sixty   days   from   the    dale   hcrpof
'.o apply to tlie Mininir Recorder for a CerlllJ-
tcatc of Improvements, for lli.vputjposcof <H>-
alnliig a Crowd Grant of tlie above claim.        '
: And furtlier take riolice that section ".7, must
be commenced before the isw.iaiice of'sucli Certificate of Improvements.
Dated  this  25lh day. of Jauuarv, 1904, A..I".
Certificate of Improvements-
"Alma" .and ."Scorpion'! mineral .claims,
situate fn tlie Gree'nw6mt.Miiiliii(?div,laiosbirf
Yale district. Whero Jbcatedi' SAft§ainp
McKinney join5n^r tlie*^-Pen<Vr4 mliierfc
claim. • ?
from the date hereof, to apply-to'the itlniug recorder for-a" .certificate  of  Improvements, for    i-
theiprrpose of obtaining acrowii Grattt'Ofthe     ''
above claim".
And further take .notice that action,;'.under ' :
section 37, must be commenced before the issu- '"•!
ande of such certificate of improvements. ,
Dated tliis'SOtli'day of January.jA.j3.|19Q4i ,:■,- <
Sidney rM. JoStSKoN.'    Jj
Business Directory.
Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large
warehouse for storing goods.
P.O. Box 25    Residence opp, city hall.
Provincial Assayer and Chemist.
Late  Control   Assayer   Lenorc    Mine   Mount
Control Assays a Specialty.
Greenwood, B. C,
W. D. Flinn, Prop.
Sharp Razors. Clean Towels'
Porcelain Bath Tubs.
Copper Stree}.       -     Greenwood, B.C.
Barristhks, Solicitors,
Notaries Public.
CaMe Address :       hallbtt."
rv.™..   J Bedford M'Neill's
i_or>ks   1 MoreingaNeal's
( I.eiber's.
b. c.
. Notariks Public, Etc
Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,
Greenwood, B.C.
J. R. liKoWN. J. P. McLkod.
Rcndoll Block, Greenwood, B.C
Civii, Engineer,
Dominion    am    Provincial
Land Surveyor.
Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.
Telephone No. 32.
GREENWOOD,   i      s      ;      ;   B.   O.
Dominion and
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Alnlne and Engineering Surveys.
• Underground Work a Specialty.
Wood Biotk (next Customs office.)
Certificate of Improvements.
'•Alameda" mineral claim,situate in the Green
wood mininir division of Yale District.
Wherelocated:  In Deadwood Camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett.
as airent for Everett E. Bartlett, Free
Miners' Certificate No. 1180373, and Helen H.
Bartlett, Krcr Miners* Certificate intend sixty
days irom the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown
(Irani ofthe above claim.
And further take notice that action, undei
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Hth d.->v of Match. 1904.
I. H. Hallett.
From the Star.
Willerson &.Johnson are working- on the Princeton at Kennedy
P. W. Groves, P. L. S:, has recently surveyed the Mogul and
the Mogul fraction on Kennedy
Al Johnson and J. Coulter came
up from Keremeos where they: cut
about a quarter of a million feet
of lumber for Bullock Webster,
.,. Geo. McCoskery, Geo. Robinson and Homer McLean came up
on Sunday from Hedley, taking
in the sights arid enjoying the
beauties of nature for a couple of
The dam at F. P. Cook's mill
was partially destroyed on Tuesday night as the result of the
spring freshet. Manager Webb
was at the breach in time and by
his assiduous efforts the damage
was limited to a few hundred
Hugh Kennedy came up from
the coast on Wednesday, coming
in via One Mile from Aspen
Grove. In crossing that turbulent stream he and his horse were
nearly carried down it through
mistaking the ford. The snow
has nearly all disappeare;!.
The earth on the south side of
the Similkameen, extending for
about 200 feet from the bridge
along the roadway, has sunk
about six inches.     It is certain .y
on the move,- MJt;; n'bfhing can
prevent ah avalanche. All that
can be done is to1 hope that the
bridge may escape' when it does
Elk's Day at the World's Fair
will be July 26.
The twin central towers on the
machinery palate' at the' World's
Fair are 265 feet high.
Fu rnishings of Royal;: Gruis&r
will be seen at the World's Fair.
Louisiana presents two curiosities iu sculpture^—a figure of
Mephistopheles in sculpture and
Lot's wife carved from a block of
rock salt. California shows the
figure of an elephant built of
An unique tablecloth will be
exhibited at the World's Fair by
Miss Ftta Barrett, -of Solomon;
Kansas. The cloth is two yards
square and valued at $500. Iu
two corners are displayed ears of
corn and in the remaining two
are sheaves of wheat. Iu the
center is the seal of Kansas. All
are done in the finest needlework.
One of the largest and most expensive mineral collections in
existence owned by John F. Campion of Leadville, Colo., will  be
Leaves]]Grecnwood 6 a. m.    ArriveS'at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.
Leaves«Gratid:Forks 3.4S p. in., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.
Fare-Grand Forks S3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to
Greenwood SO cents.
Great Northern express rates  made known at office.
J. F. ROYER, Manager.
: THE:
Copper Street.
Charles R. Vittock,
Hay's bread delivered 'fresh to" all
par'ts'bftH'e city.'
; Large assortment of bedroom  suits
at Clint's, Copper St:
Certificate' of/Improvements.
NOTICE   " " "    '
"Duncan" mlneraVclaini; situate in the Greenwood "liiitiifie  division.',of'" Yale   District.
:   Where locat'er: On Wallace-Mountain.
T" AKE NOTICE thatilj'.'Sydii'ev'M."Joliiir
' son,:Free Miners' Certificate'No. 1!552S0,'
acting', for self, and 'as agent .f.or Robt. Wood,
Free Miners' Certificate No. B5S517, arid Ralph!
Smailes; ^ree Miners' Certificate No. 'U55521J'
intend' sixty 'days from the date hereof, to
apply totfie Minintj.Recorder for aCertificate
of Ihiprovcm'eiits! for the purpose of'obtaining*'
a Crown Grantof. the .'above .claim.   .. u
And. further tafce notice that action,' under
sectipii!37,.inu'st be commenced, before the issuance of such'Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this lltli d'ay of March, A. D. 1«M.
Syditey M. Johnsonv
Certificate of improvements.
"Sprinirfield" Mineral Claim,' situate lit the
Geeenwood'Miiihip Division cf Yale Dis-
trict. AVliere located:—In Beaver Creek
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaai'H. Hallett, as
. agent .for James Napier Paton, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B62156,.arid Ralph
Smales, Free Miner's Certificate No. .B55521,
iutend, sixty duyn from the date hereof to
apply-to the Mining Recorder for aCertificate
of Improvementsiortho tpurptfseof obtaining
a Crown Grant 6f th'e"abqve"claiin .
. _;And furtherltakprnotice Jftaij.action',' 'under
Section '■ 7, must lie .comnienc^d before ths
Issuance of such Certi'' ''.rite Of linptovoiuftui.
Dated thiB 3rd day of Marcli, A. D.;i904.
I. H.'HaiJlett.'
Certificate of Improvements.
GOLDEN NUGGETT Mineral .Claims situ-
fc ate in the Greenwood .Minin-ij Division of Yale
District.     Where    located:     Ou    Horseshoe
Mountain near Silver Dollar Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,
Free Miner's Certiiicate No. U41751, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply
tothe Mining recorder for a certificate of Im.
provements, for the purpose of obtaining a
crown Grants of the above claims "
. And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of.such certiiicate of Improvements.
Dated this 1st dayof NiVTe'iiibef.A. D.1903.
Certificate of improvements.
KlDf Solomon. Queen of Sheta and Jumbo
Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in the
Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale District.
Wherelocated: On Heaver Creek two mlics
North of Beaverdell.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Syduey m. Johnson
acting as airent for John A Crawford,
Free Miner's Certificate No. US0201. Wm.Olsen,
Free. Minei's Certificate No. B30572, Win.
Kintz, Free Miner's Certificate No. U55130 and
Joseph P. Kellv, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.
BSV3H9, iutend, sixty day! from the date hereof,
lo apply to the Mininir Recorder for aCertificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining' a Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of such  Certificate of Improvements'.
Dated this lOttiday of March", A. D"., 1904.
TO RICHARD  McCULLOCK or to any person or persons to whom he may have transferred his interest in the Kloridyke   and
Nordac mineral   claims    situated .. in   the
. Gieenwood Mihihgr Division of Yale district.
You. are hereby notified  that we have expended the sum of $400 in.assessment, work on
the above clainis togetner.with flO.CO for recording1 the same, sacti' worV being' required
and necessary to tbe said claims (or the years
1902-3. ending August 2nd, 1903,  under the provisions >{ the Mineral Act and Amending-Acts;
and if at the expiration ol ninety days from the
date of the first publication of this notice iu
tbe Boundary Creek Times, you (ail or refuse
to contribute your portion of such expenditure,
namely $153.75. toiretuer with all costs of adver.
tising. your  interest   in   said mineral claims
shall become vested in us (your co-owners)upon
filing in the proper office in that behalf the affidavit required bv section 4 of the Mineral Act
Assessment Act,"1900.
Dated this 22nd day of April, 1904.
Geo. A. McKawe,
Harry A. Shallenberger.
...j ;.,'  ,. : .   ;':''•'. :'"*■ ■>".■•'■.•".>-' x^vji"
Certificate of Improvement; ''■
" GLOBE" mineral claim situate iu the'Greeu-
wood Mining Division of Yale.District.
Wliere located: on Horseshoe Mountain, on
Main Kettle river.
TAKE NOTICE tin-it I, iisaac H.'Hallett', as
A'g'ent for James Anderson, 'Free- Miners'
Certificate No. B75359, intend, six.tvf days from
the dale hereof, to apply tc the Milling Recorder,
for a Certificate of Improveni,fents,,for„the..pur-
pose of obtaining a Crown Uran't'.o'f ",lhe"aorive
claim.     .' '■•'':   •**■-"■■>-.   '^n''
And further lake notice that'actiwili.uuder
section 37,' must be contnie'nced.before^ thejipsu-
aiice of such Certificate of Impiovements'!'■",
Tated this 12th dav of December, AVD:vl!J03.
mch25 I. H. HAI.EETT.
Certificat6'6f Imp'rpVem'S'nt'si
Bengal.and Bristol- mineral.clalms/situate
ir. the Greenwood Mining. Division pf'Yale
District.   Wherelocated:   In:Sniith''s'cam"p.
TAKE NOTICE 'that I, ^thu'r Mtirdacil'
Whiteside, agent for. Henr\*'i5v.!Miicliiity*<;Fre& ,
M iter's Certificate No! B.;-801!i6r:Uii'^rftt;'si«(x-
days from the date hereof, lo apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificatesof Iiiiprovcments,
for the pii'rpos'e' of obtaiiiing' Crowii'Grantsioi
the above claims'.   ' O&ijniU'O.fi!    i:fl f
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be comme'iiced' before i tjhe is •
siiance of such Ccrtificate'of:'Itilp"rbvetfc>7rits*:'. !'t*i;
Dated this 28th dny of January.'A.D'! 1904.   '. l
'.; . JIHSTERAL ACT.' .- ■     .
'.    Ce'rlil'iojte' of ImRroYemerit. ; ''*%
'■ ... NOTICE: '-'. ■'■'■ ■■-■'■ .''■).\"A'.^jj:
"Lu'ckv ; Boy,"   "Red ':JacT<ct''! fcau^,"S)Te\®C■'
Sweat", miiierai elaims, 'siUi]at(CM-JLh^.CllSj;i>.*:.
wood   Mining    Division-©f-.^'ale-DisUictr
.   Wherelocated:   On China Creek, on West
;   Fork of Kettle river.- y:=:!i<J'i;u v-aii^* ■:</:s
TAKE NOTICE that Sydnev M.: Johnson,
Free' Miiierjs; Certificrtte*} 'Nol"-,B*l;73I^fer
self and as: agent!'for Geo.. R.; Naderii Erfee"
Miner's Certi ficate' No; B41655: ;W. G.Gaiiuce,
Free Miner's Certificate No.'B80205;TheBritis.h
Americau Development Co.; Etd.j Free Miu'tr^s
Certiiicate No.'B71«2;'aud F.(F. Ketchrim', Free
Miner's Certificate No! BS5500,;iriten'U, sixty days
from the datehereof, to apply tb the Mining Recorder for- a certificate of lmprovenie*uts,i for.
the puopose of obtaining a crowu'Graiit:6f the
abo've'daims.   •
And further  take   notice that- action, tinders'''
section 37,-must be commenced before the  issuance of such certi ficate of improvements. ~ "~,u.:-:ir
:   Dated this 20th day of February, A. D. 1004;. •
SiriuteY M; JdKNSONi'i-'w
■'■■_■■■ '••'?Ui'
"~ "■       Mir^RA^AeT: ^-"jr-jr
Certificate of ImprOYements.- v-i
NOTICE'.' ■•■■;•
Marshall,   Marshall   Fraction,, -Littlb
Annie, Little  Buowji' Mineral   Claims,
situatein  the  Greenwood Mining Division
-   of Yale District. 'Where Ipca.tqdrilU, (ireeuwood   camp',   al  the. head. !6fLEroAidsnte
TAKE'NOTICEthatI,5y.duey M. Johnson,
acting as agent for James .JVlcNiltfx,., Erce
Miner's Certi ficate No. BSSiTlf-JohVBrcSiiahJlu?:
Free Miner's Certificate 'No." BS02rt3," Daiiie:"
Bresnalian, Free Miner's Ci:riificn.to.'VotjBf5l70,;
and Tlionia.s Clark, Free Miner's C'6rtfriCati;.N(V;
B5S299, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to tlio Mining recorder for Cert-
filiates of Improvements',- for!the" purncse of obtaiiiing Crown Grants of the above clainis.
And further tike notice that action, under
section 37, ninstb: commenced before the issuance of such Ceft ficate of Improvements.
Dated  this 2Jud dayof January, A, D.. 1904.''
Certificate of Improvement.
Gem, Big Bend-and  Morcna Fractional.mineral claims, situaie iu the Greenwood Mining  Division  of Yale Dislrict.   Where located:   In Skylark Camp. .    ;
TAKE NOTICE, that  7, 1-aar H. Hallett,
Free Miner's Certificate No. HS0140, for myself,
and as agent for  George R. Naden, Free Miner's Certificate No.   B4IO5S,   and   E'lmund   H.
Mortimer,  Free Miner's Ccrtificate.No.';B80224,'
intend,      sixty        days      from      Hhe    ' dale'
hereof,   to   apply   to"  the    Mining   Recorder
for Certificates of Improvements for the pis?-**1,
pose of obtaining Crown Grants to the above
clainis.                   .,.                         ,»■ •„ ..-*<
And further take. noticeVt,liat!acliftjM, Iflfllef
section 37, must be commcuce'dtfieforeJ tHfeeis?.
suance of such certilicates of improvements.
Dated this 10th day of December,. 1903.
';   'I.'H.rHALLETT
to any porsoil or persons to whom they  may
have   transferred    tlieir    interest' in   .the
Paymaster  mineral   claim j- situate' in tlie
Greenwood Mining Division of YaleDistrict.
You are hereby notified'that I have expended
the sum of $100 for surveyiifgi:fhe abbve 'mentioned claim an4 $2.50 for recording llnsi«a'me
for an  assessment, such being .required, ajid
necessary to hold the said claini  for tlie year
ending October 11,1903, under the provision   of
the Mineral Act and Amending Acts: and if at
the expiration of nnety days from the date of
the   first .publication "of   this   notice   in    tlie
Boundary Crtek Times, you fail or refuse to
contribute your   portion   of such  expenditure,
naniety, S51.23. together with all costs of advertising,   your  interests   in   said   mineral claim
shall becoire   invested   iu  me fyour co-owner!
upon   filing in the proper office in that behalf
the affidavit required bv section 4 ofthe Mineral
Act Amendment Act. 1900."        '-  ;    • ,
Dated this 25th dav of January. 1904.
p22 ' ROBBRT-WOOD-. •->-- fiU  / a  if !  Cu  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  ,*0<>00<KKKK>0<K5CM>0<K><KK>0<H>00 J #  jj LOCAL   EXTRACT i  CHK>000<X>00<K>000<KK>0<>OCK>000  Duncan and Mrs. Ross are expected  to return tliis evening-after an absence  of five weeks at the coast and eastern  cities.  \V. T. Smith, of the firm of Smith &  McRae, left Monday for Spokane. Mr.  Smith will spend a well earned holiday  of a month or more visiting-points in  Washing-ton, Oregon and North  Dakota.  At Tuesday night's meeting' of the  Oddfellows Lodge, Financial Secretary G. B. Taylor was elected representative to the Grand Lodge to convene in Rossland tm June 9th. T. M.  Gulley was elected as an alternate.  A shack belonging- to Chas. McArthur, close to the Elkhorn brewery,  was burned last nlg-ht about 9 o'clock.  The origin of the fire is not known,  the shack being- unoccupied it is supposed to be the work of an incendiary.  The assessment of the city of Grand  Forks for 1904, as compiled by the ci+.y  treasurer, is as follows: "Improvements, $552,015; lands, 5800,730; total,  $1,352,745. Alter deducting- exemptions and 50 per cent on improvements  the taxable assessment will amount to  about $1,000,000.     The   population   of  the city at the present time  is   1600   Sun.  Last the year the city paid of $5000  of its bonded debt, taking- up that  amount of debentures which had yet 15  years to run. This year's council has  paid off $3000 floating debt and reduced the bonded debt $3000. The assess-  ment for taxation purposes this year is  $70,000 less than last year on lands,  while improvements have been raised  $1000. The tax Tatewill remain about  the same as last year.  Wilfred Cookston who has been up  at Beaverdell for two or three weeks  was brought down . to-day suffering  f rem ^ appendicitus. Mr. Hyde, Dr.  Oppenheimer's assistance, made a trip  to Beaverdell for the purpose of bringing Mr. Cookston down. At the'time of  writing, particulars cannot be obtained as to how serious the troubles  are. Mr. Cookston was brought as far  as Midway in a buggy and from there  on the train and was taken to the hospital.  The regular meeting' of the Greenwood Typographical Union was held  in Phoenix oii: Saturday last. Those  in attendance were President Sherwood, Secretary Evans, W. B. Wilcox,  Charles Elliott, H. W. Falconer, C.'  Brock and J. W. Ellis. After the regular routine business had heen transacted, the sending of a delegate to the  I. T. U. Convention at St. Louis in  August came up. Frank Sherwood,  the President of the Union, was elected  with an unanimous vote. The next  meeting of the Union will be held in  Greenwood.  AT THE PRESENT TIME IS COAL.  OF THAT THE INTERNATIONAL COAL & COKE CO., IS THE BEST.  Where would our mines and smelters be to say nothing of the thousand and one other industral establishments'  without this commodity.      Have you ever thought about that ?  WE ALL ONE WAY OR THE OTHER INVEST EVERY CENT WE MAKE  ^retuL^LlsTOR^PNTCV'ifl? *?\U lm*h��yh? ��'eraS�� investment, something that in the near future will not  M���. W^��� S^ ip'��ave'�� ug   no��� *& "^^^^^^^T^'TA"^'0'^"'*  hest bargain in your H���.    SHARES^E GETtTng"s��Sae"^, sol^Sl'l g��?^^.^$��^%%��  For further information apply to      P;    ^ ^   McLAINE    Sfflffif  Opposite the Post Office. GREENWOOD, B. C.  newspaper. It must be remembered  that as every jeweler has his competitor, so every small town has its competing town, and it is the duty of the  merchants to see that their town has a  paper which serves its interests  against all other considerations and  which circulates wherever in the  vicinity there is a fighting chance for  trade.  It is the misfortune of some narrow  minded merchants to see no competitor  but the fellow across the  way or down  the street.      They   are   too   prone to  forget that some very lively   competitors  may  live  in   the next town or in  some distant city.    A merchant always  serves his own interests by serving the  interests of his town; business brought  to his town is   business  brought to his  store, and .a good  local  paper is an effective factor in this respect.    When a  merchant realizes  the   necessity   of a  first-class local paper to him iu his business, he will probably ask himself this  question :     "What can I and the other  merchants of this town do to make this  paper more effective  for  the   general  trade interests  of   the   town ?"     The  editor   should    constantly   be   asking  himself:    "What can I do to make this  paper a better advertising  medium ?"  When the merchants aud the editors of  any one town ^et down  to  answering  these questions, all of them have started on the road to more business.  000000000000<>00000<K>000<>00  A, LOGAN & Co,  Watchmakers  And ���,.,.  Jewellers.  i'.i      i   A.  WATCHES  DIAMONDS  JEWELRY  Copper Street, Greenwood  _    .A COMMUNITY= OF-INTERESTr   -  The following sage aiid extremely  timely remarks were first published in  The Keystone, the leading jewelers'  paper of the world. The remarks :s  here written do not apply to jewelers  alone but io all merchants alike.  Each and every one of our readers  should thoroughly peruse them, for it  ��� is by understanding such questions,  that a town, through its principal  newspaper, constantly forges lo the  front.  "The admitted necessity of publicity  in modern business doing has given  every merchant, especially in the  smallc- towns, a personal interest in  the local paj er and its editor. The  old time cus'toili of putting 'a card' in  the newspaper 'just, lo help it out'  should have no* place in up-to-date  store keeping. The jeweler should  buy space in the local press solely lo  help hi.s business; and a.s modern competition generally compels the purchase of such space, it i.s the duty of!  the jeweler as well as every otli  merchant to see to it that the pap r  thus patronized is such a.s will ensure  a suitable return for his investment.  There are many merchants who lack  appreciation of the value of good  local  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  N:u1en-Flood Block, Greenwood, B. C.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  RENTING  p  S  Greenwood,  B. C,  ��  ft  ft  o  ��  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  a  a  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  ��  ft  ��  ��  ft  ��  ft  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  0RN BREWERY  PORTMAN  Read " Biters and Grinders," by  Eugene Wood, in Everybody's  Magazine for April, 1904.  as  ft  tffi  ��  ir  if  if  ��  HOUSES  an easy matter and a profitable  ~^~ business -when decorated- -  ' with our  WALL PAPERS  Owners can make from  one to five hundred per  cent by doing the decorating right, and tenants are willing to pay  this when the stock  comes from here.  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK POR  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J, I/. Cole's.  Books. Stationery. Office Supplies, Etc.  ��SSS:-3S3&fe  . 155  MII  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It I It * kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  0. S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  "iPUBE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  A  TTY GIRL  Came here yesterday and said that she had  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  City  SWAYNE & CO.,  Proprietors.  ���v:  DRIVEN FROM HOME  some miles away, passing several stores purposely to get our M.  & M. Liniment. Many people have learned that our M. & M.  Einament is far and away better than any other kind. It is stronger  gives pain in the back a knock out. It goes farther and is just  what you require for sprains and bruises.  WHITE BROS,        Dispensing Chemists,      GREENWOOD I ^tlmla S^S?rrthan KaIson,ine  We are prepared to furnish the  people of Greeuv. vod  with  the  PUREST OF COW'S,JILK  ALSO CREAM.  .We intend delivering milk to  our customers every morning  in pint, quart and two quart  bwttles,. made especially for the  trade. WE SOLICIT YOUR  SUPPORT.  reenwood Liquor Co  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  WINES,  LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  Sole Boundary- Ag-ents for  Pabst Brewing Co's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer  Also Manufacturers of al! kinds of Carbonated Beverages  DRINK IRON BREW, a Life Preserver  JAS. McCREATH, PROP  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  ������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������OBtfWtfo^OtftfBiJIft^OB^^B,,,  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111  &  OUR   MILK   IS   GUARANTEED  ��  PURE  AND   UNADULTERATED  v 9 i ft  <k>oooo<xxk>oooooooooooooooo ' *  '.  ft  mmmi % mining agents  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PUR-  | CHASED   OR '.DEVELOPED.  ��  ��  e  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  O  a  o  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  e  ��  ��  ft  ��  ft  e  e BOUNDARY   OHkiEK   TIMES.  -* *  -*m-  ��� ������  Ulbat is Going on And Being Done by People Ulbo  Inhabit the Great Boundary gOuntry.   e   ��   e   ��  ��  Try Hay's bread.  Muster Mechanic McKinley has resigned his position at the smelter.  Six of the furnaces at the North-  port smelter have been blown in the  pasi week.  The party who borrowed 1-3. 13. Munroe's window cleaner will please return same.  A fine oak Hat top writing' desk,  new, at a great bargain. See the 0. I.  C. 2nd hand store.  Parlterson & Wellwood who have a  bond on the Eureka claim made a trial  shipment of ore this week to the local  smelter,  H. W. Falconer who has been connected with The Times for the past  year has accepted a position with  Smith & McRae, the stationers.  A. Li. White, the second hand man,  has been doing considerable work in  the way of putting- in new floors and a  general touching up of his big store.  S. F. Parrish, general manager of  the Le Roi, has again assumed his  duties at Rossland. ��� His health has  been improving very rapidly of late.  Mrs. Dalmage and her sister Miss  Flossie West left yesterday for Mrs.  Dalmage's home in Vancouver. Miss  West will attend school at the coast  city.  The incoming afternoon passenger  from Robson was six hours late both  Tuesday and Wednesday this week.  The cause of the delay was a rock  slide near Fife.  In another column will be noticed a  government ad. calling for the erection  of a dri:i hall at Rossland. The. hall  is to be of brick structure and cost in  the neighborhood of S25.000.  A benefit ball is being given by the  miners at the Mother bode mine  Wednesday evening. May llth.  The proceeds are to be devoted  in aid of a reading room. James Bush  of Midway will furnish the music.  Our genial custom officer is dividing  his spare moments in the growing of  rose bushes as is evidenced by a visit in  the hall of the Wallace-Miller block.  He has about twenty different species  of roses nicely growing and no doubt  with time Mac. will become quite a  horticulturist.  Hay's bread and pastry is on sale at  Munroe's.  The recent fire at Fernie should be a  "warning to othertownsin-the shape of  keeping plenty of hose on hand and  also seeing that the hydrants are in  proper working order. We do not  want to insinuate that outs are out of  order but it may be a very good suggestion to have them all tested and see  that they are in proper working order.  The residents of Rock Creek and  vicinity have formed what is known as  the Rock Creek Gun Club. The members, of which there are a large number, are pledged to obey in all particulars the laws for the protection of fish  and game in the province and to aid  by furnishing information to all proper authorities in   prosecuting anyone  who infringes the said laws by shooting game out of season or by using  illegal devises for killing game.  The new dining room of the Windsor  hotel will soon be open to the public.  It is the intention of the management  to run one of the best if not the best  dining rooms in the Boundary just as  soon as evert-hing can be gotten ready.  Mr. George O. Buchanan, Superintendent of the Federal Lead Bounties,  says the Kootenay mine-owners have  received 5121,000 in bounties, the production for the nine months of the  fiscal year being 8,000 tons of metallic  lead. The resumption of the St.  Eugene and other mines is expected  to bring the production to 15,000 tons  in the remaining three months of the  fiscal year. The previous year's total  was slightly over 9,000 tons, so the  bounty has already had a marked  effect.  Arnold D. Hallett has been elected  representative from tne local lodge,  K. of P., to the Grand Lodge of the  Knights of Pythias, which meets next  Tuesday in Grand Forks. TheKnights  of Grand Forks are planning an excursion for the representatives and Grand  Lodge officers to Phoenix, where local  brethren will show them through the  big mines. It is also the intention if  time can be gotten to visit this city as  well, but as yet the visiting of this  point is not definite.  J. McDonnell, a miner at Phoenix,  died on Sunday last and was  buried in the Greenwood cemetery  on Tuesday. Mr. Mcdonnell while  working in the mines contracted a  severe cold wnich developed into la  grippe. He was'taken to the hospital  in that city but medical aid seemed to  be of no avail, and he passed away on  Sunday. The services were held in  the Roman Catholic church in this  city. A large number of friends and  acquaintances from Phoenix accom-  pfmied the remains to its last resting  place. Mr. McDonnell was in his 33  year.  Meets every Wednesday evening  at 3:00 in the K. of P. Hall.  All Brothers welcome.  A. I). HA1.T.ETT, A. S. KMKRKE,  K, of r. and s. C. c.  R6P CRO-S-S  20th Century  Soap  Red Cross Soap is the product of years  of practical  experience in the manufacture of soap  that are both  clarifying1 and healing1.  Before offering you this soap, we gave  it a thorough trial, along with a lot of  other medicinal soaps, and it is our  firm conviction that it is the best soap  for  general  toilet use  on the market,  and especially adapted to the hard waters  ofthe Boundary.  PURE ECONOMICAL  THOMAS DRUG CO  Judge and Mrs. Leamy of Grand  Forks were in the city Wednesday.  H. P. Dickerson, the Giant Powder  Co.'s representative for this district  with head office at Rosslaiid, was in  the city Tuesday.  Frank Sherwood, United States customs officer running between Danville  and Marcus on the Great Northern,  was in the city on Monday.  Several men left this morning by the  West Fork stage for the Carmi mine.  The crew on the -big' West Fork properly will be added to as the further  development work proceeds.  Some of the more progressive citizens of Grand Forks'have been trying  tb enthuse enough life in the remaining  few of her citizens to ��� hold a celebration in that .town on the 24th of May.  The great Republic cyanide mill will  soon be sold for the mortgage upon it.  Foreclosure suit tb protect the bonds  held by the American Loan & Trust  Company of Boston was brought before Judge Hanfo'-d in the federal  court in Spokane last Friday.  Geo. McKenzie, a brother of Alderman McKenzie of this city, who has  been running the West Fork stage has  sold his stage line to a man by the  name of McKay. Mr. McKenzie is  making all preparations prior to going  into Ihe Peace river country about the  middle of this month. His intention  is to start from Beaverdell with a pack  train of six horses going from there  to Ashcroft 'where he "will strike the  Cariboo waggon road after which he  will take the trails on up.  James Dennison Sword, M. E.,  leaves this evening for Highland Valley, near Ashcroft, where he has got a  bond on a group of claims containing  a phenomenal showing of copper ore.  The surface croppings are said to be  of enormous proportions, excelling in  richness many of the best showings in  the Boundary. Smith Curtis, the well  known mining man and ex-M. P. P.  for Rosslan.., is associated with Mr.  Sword in the deal The property has  been surveyed for a crown grant, the  work being done by Kenneth L. Burnett, P. L. S., who has just returned  from the ground. Mr. Burnett reports  Highland Valley as practically free;  from snow. Thegrourid is: only 12.  miles from the main line of the C.P.R./  and is reached by an ��� easy grade and  without difficulty. Mr. Sword will  commence extensive development work  as soon as he reaches the scene of operations.--From- present-indications ���it-  is reasonable to presume that the  Transvaal group, which is the name of  Mr. Sword's bonanza, is destined to  become one of the really big copper  mines on the American continent���  Rossland Miner.  Unsecured creditors of the Lenora  mine at Mount Sicker, Vancouver  Island; Tuesday agreed to accept stock  in the new company backed by London, England, capitalists. The proposal was made through Sam Matson  of Victoria. The new company is  capi talized for ��1,500,000. It takes over  the Lenora mine, the Breen and Bellinger smelter at Crofton, the Mount  Sicker railway, connecting them, and  Lloyd's sawmill, which supplies lumber for the mill. All will be operated  in conjunction. H. C. Bellinger accepts about $150,000 in stock for his  share i i the smelter. James Breen of  Spokane will take about 5300,000 in  cash as hi.s share. Mr. Breen withdraws on account of other interests  requiring hi.s attention. When -ill the  interests are satisfied ��� there will be  3200,000 for development work ou the  mine. It is exj.ccied the smelter may  require an iica a*��ed capacity as a  result.  INBS0R  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary.  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  "We offer special inducements to travellers as wc have the  finest sample rooms iu the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others;  * ��##�� SHiKJfS m:H!H�� & RHKKt ��SH!H!HtS*��*W  ft ft  ft ... ^_    ������ ._!������._        _  ^.^.i :  ��� ��  The Germs of Catarrh  Not only attack the passages of the  head and throat but finally reach the  lungs and cause consumption; Nothing destroys catarrh so quickly as  fragrant healing Catarrhozone which  relieves the cough, stops thedischarge,  takes all soreness from the throat. 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