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 sra��Uifcja. ���'- ttom.^ ����*��*��  .Ol  \Ag\z\Mivo  ! 4&��?-  MAY 3 1 1904  s.*  'C  Jt^Oria,^ y  O'f  H.  A**  vW%t1  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1004.  No. 39  Some Smart Things in  Ladies' Muslin Waists  If you don't wear one of Allen's blouses this season, we are  afraid-you will not look your best.   Not only are they handsome and well made; being: purchased before the advances in  ..*      ��� cottons, the prices are right.  White Lawn Waists, embroidery,  lace and tucked fronts, plain or  tucked backs, prices 80c to $7.00.  . ;White Linen Waists, embroidered  or tucked, with large pearl buttons  New effects.  White Lawn Waists, trimmed  with aplique and tucked, a beautiful special for $2.50.  A good range of Fancy Vestings,  Embroidered Batistes and other  colored waists to select from.  CRASH AND LUSTRE SUITS  The latest styles.   All new goods and offered at prices within the reach of  all.   Buy one made up and save the cost of making.  WHITE  IIIQTDP   QiflDTQThese e��ods  are  vefy  TT 111 1 C    LUO 1I\L    OlVin I O handsome.     Made in   the  latest style.   They are the most popular thing out this season.  WHITE WEAR  This department is unusually complete.   Special offerings in white underskirts.    Finished in everv stvle of laces, embroideries and tucks.    Prices  ranging from $1.50 to $11.00.  REMEMBER  Department entitles you to a g-uess in the CASH PRIZE contest.  .*''���''. .;  Each cash purchase of  $5.00 in the Dry Goods  X ...   A\-y ;���   .���������.���,..   .'-      *������*,."*,*. '   _ . "    ' "    :'"'"*  \   We now have a full range of Clothing, Hats and  Caps, fine and heavy shoes.  The new-  %   est thing  in  HIRTS  I COLLARS AND CUFFS and a nice assortment of  i Summer Sweaters.  Our summer underwear is at prices,  that will  save you the express from Timothy's.  STRAW   HATS   ^n s^raw and crash hats we are  ^ TJ .        showing some great bargains at  twenty-five and fifty cents.  >      In felts, black baing the stylish  thing,  we can  sKow yolOcMelta^  can and graecos at reasonable prires.  Russell-Law-Caulfield  I COMPANY,  LIMITED  r  t  r  x  r  r  r  t  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  $  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  "t"  t  r  r  r  r  r  r  r  ?  ��  I  *<"X'***��x��x~x��<'*>x��^,**c��%"X~x~x~X"^^^  1  v  %  Y  V  Y  ���T  r  r  ���r-  r  \r  r  ���Y  Y  .r  Y  V  Y  r  r  y'  Y  I  i  1  I  READY  T0-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  Ser^e Suits, Shower  Coats,  Special  For   $15.00 *  Y*  Special orders taken, six "j*  hundred samples to choose *��*  from. ���*���  HI 19  THE COURT  OF ASSIZE  Sitting of Supreme Court  Concluded Yesterday.  Lou Sue Was Released Under Sus-  ,  Dended Sentence-  i  ��-frOh0^4-s-CH*x^.>.><-{��x->:~��'X��>X' ^x^x-x-^x^^-x^^**********  Owing to the settlement of the adverse against issuing a crown grant  for the Acme claim and the adjournment of the case of Taylor vs the  Athelstan syndicate pending a settle  ment, the work of the supreme court  in Greenwood was concluded Thursday morning.  . In the case against Lu Sue referred  to last week the jury, were W. H. San-  some (foreman), D.' A.. McDonald, H.  Walker Harris, John Lucy, Hugh M.  Laing, James Newby, J. N. Paton, J  K. McEwen, Alex. Robinson, Walker  M. Ross, M. Tebo and Joseph N. Wil-  liamhurst, jr. The witnesses and the  evidence were practically the same as  at the preliminary hearing except that  J. G. McAllister, for whom Sue was  working, testified that he was a good  Chinaman, not quarrelsome, was kind  to the children and in answer to His  Lordship, said if he did not have satisfactory help in the house, he would-be  .glad to take him back again.  After addresses by Mr. McLeod, for  the prisonei, Mr. Shaw, for the Crown  and the learned Chief Justice's charge,,  the jury retired and after three hours  deliberation brought in a verdict of  guilty of assault with intent to do  grievous bodily harm and a strong  recommendation for mercy. His Lordship in discharging the jury said he  would keep their recommendation in  mind and remanded the prisoner for  solence until Wednesday morning.  On Wednesday His Lordship said as  the prisoner had already served six  months in jail he would give him another chance. He was to give bonds  in $300 to keep the peace, pay the costs  oX the prp^cutioii when he^.would be  let go under suspended sentence.  The case of Donagin vs. Nelson was  tiken up Monday afternoon. It was a  dispute as to who was entitled to a  piece of ground located as a fractional  mineral claim on the mountain east of  the city. J. W. Nelson located a mineral claim which he called the Starve-  out Fractional mineral claim on the  15th of September, 1902. On the 25th  of September, 1903, Robert Donagin  located the Acme Fractional mineral  claim which adjoined the Starve-out  Fractional. In the summer of 1903,  Nelson had his claim surveyed and  gave notice of application for certificate of iniprovements. The claim as  surveyed took in all the ground covered by the Acme Fraction and Donagin  adversed the application. Sydney M.  Johnson was examined for the plaintiff on Monday afternoon and Robert  Donagin on Wednesday forenoon. His  Lordship intimated that it was a case  for settlement and when tlie Court resumed at 1.IS p.m. counsel for the  plaintiff stated a settlement had been  reached. The Crown grant for the  Starve-out will be issued and Nelson  will take a two-third interest and  Donagin one-third, encli to pay their  own costs. J. P. McLeod appeared fcr  the plaintiff and H. C. Shaw for the  defendant.  On Wednesday a portion of the evi-  cence was heard in the case of Taylor  vs. the Athelstan Mining Syndicate.  Taylor claimed damage because of  breach of contract. He held that he  had the contract to haul the Athelstan  ore to the railway siding and that the  syndicate gave some of the ore hauling  to some one else. As there was a prospect of settling the case, both parties  to the action on Thursday consented  to an adjournment until the fall sitting when if a settlement is not reached in the meantime, the evidence will  be heard.  This completed the business of the  Court and His Lordship, the Chief  Justice, left for the Coast today.  SMELTER AT HADLEY.  Paul Johnston Hard at Work on the  Northern Enterprise.  The Mining Journal of Ketchikan,  Alaska reports that good progress is  being made in erection of the smelter  at Hadley by Paul Johnson, late superintendent of the smelter here. The  Journal says:  The Alki took a car load of machinery and material for the aerial tramway at Ihe Mamie mines, Hadley, on  Wednesday. The large engines for  the smelter were expected on the same  ship, but did not arrive. The underground developments at the Mamie  continue wholly satisfactory; indeed  there seems to be no end to the ore in  sight, much of it very high grade. One  drift recently cross-cut a solid body of  ore 14 feet in width which will run 25  per cent copper and $4 per ton in gold,  and the same cross-cut is now, after  passing through something more than  SO feet of ore, of lower grade but all  carrying good values, is again in a  body of sulphides fully as rich as the  14 feet first mentioned. The beauty of  it all is, that the ore is all rich enough  to pay independent of. the very high  grade ores which will only go to swell  to enormous proportions what would  otherwise be considered wholly satisfactory profits. The Mamie gives almost certain promise of becoming one  of the greatest mines ever known in  this or any other country.  The Mining Journal learns from  wholly reliable source that the new  smelter at Hadley. which will shortly  go into commission, will make smelting rates that.will enable a number of  mine owners in this district to maice  their several properties pay the costs  of gradual, if not rapid development  This will be good news fora number of  persons who are casting about for the  means'with which "to put (heir proper-:  ties on a paying basis.  Consumption Begins With a Cough.  The cough .racks and tears the tender tissues of the throat. Inflammation supervenes and then serious;  bronchial or lung trouble is established'  The important time is at the beginning. Stay the progress of the cough;  by using the fragrant healing Catarrhozone which reaches every part of the  bronchial tubes, throat and lungs.  Catarrhozone destroys disease germs,  stops the cough, heals sore spots, clears  the nose and throat of discharge.  Catarrhozone sooths, never irritates.  Guaranteed for every form of catarrh,  For^lasting-=cure=~use���Catarrhozone..  Two months' treatment $1.00; trial size  25c. at Thomas Drug Co. store.  "THE NORTHWEST LINE."  Notwithstanding the distinct ..improvements whicn have been made on  all the transcontinental lines in.recent  years, travelling is still a tedious  pastime. If one one goes by the American roads when St. Paul is reached  one craves for a change from the monotony of ordinary travelling. One can  find it on the. "Northwestern Line."  Whether the objective point is Chicago  or St. Louis or .vny of the busy towns  in what was the North-west country  before a greater North-west country  was discovered, the Northwest Line  will give you the best of everything.  The system is perfect in all its details  and when you leave a Northwestern  train, you realize that that was indeed  a rest, that you feel refreshed and  ready for ordinary travelling again.  In the long journey between West and  the East a trip on the Northwest will  help to shorten your journey. You are  railroading at the two extremes and  enjoying the luxuries of one of the  most perfect systems in the world in  the centre.  Every Lady Should Know  That Ferrozone removes the causes  that interfere with the proper discharge of all womanly functions; it  corrects irregularities and is especially  good for women who are nervous and  subject to headache, lame back, bearing-down pains, despondency and  tiredness. Ferrozone is a blood  builder and purifier and can't be excelled for the complexiou. For your  good looks and health use Ferrozone.  Price 50c. per box at Thomas Drug Co.  store.  THE PREMIER  IS TRICKY  McBride Has Broken Faith  With the Opposition.  I  In the Kamloops Bye-Election-  position Indignant. ..'*  -Op-  Victoria, May 27.���Premier McBride  is maintaining his reputation as a  political trickster whose word of honor  is not to be depended upon in matters  of political import where pledges should  be sacred with public men of any  repute. Recently negotiations were  carried on between the 'premier and  Stewart Henderson, representing the  leader of the Opposition, with a view  to securing a "saw off" in the.election  protests filed. The breaches of the  Elections Act were so flagrant in Kamloops that Mr. Henderson acting under  instructions would not consent to  dropping the protest. The: premier  overcame this difficulty by giving Mr.  Fulton, the member for Kamloops, a  portfolio. This seat thus became  vacant and the electors of Kamloops  would thus have an opportunity to express their disapproval of the methods  adopted in the recent election.. ;.Mr.  Henderson consented tp opening up  the 'Kamloops. seat "in this manner oh.  an undertaking from the premier that  the nomination would not be held before June 20th. Mr. Henderson left on  a business trip for California. Just as  soon as his back was turned the' premier called for nominations on May  30th and the elections a week later.  His object in deliberately lying to a  political opponent is evident. .Kamloops is a large constituency and by  hurrying the elections while Mr. Henderson was away and Mr. Macdonald  busy in Court, he hoped to get a snap  verdict before the district could be organized for a fight.  He is likely to succeed because there  isn't even time to call a convention of  the Liberals of Kamloops to regularly  nominate acandidate-in-oppositionHo"^  Mr. Fulton and he is likely to be returned by acclamation. Mr. McBride  may win Kamloops by lying and deceit but a day of reckoning is coming.  The Opposition leader detests that sort  of political warfare and has sent an  indignant protest to the premier. The  Liberal leader now realizes that his  opponent is a man utterly devoid of  political honor. In the future the premier is not likely to be given that  consideration which is usually ahown  the leader of the Government by the  leader of the Opposition and tricky  Dick will find that he has paid a heavy  price for his double dealing in,connection with the Kamloops bye-election.  GRAND FORKS MINING NOTES.  Grand Forks, May 26���George A.  Mcleod, who has a bond on the McKinley cluim, in Franklin camp, is  sending a force of men out on Monday  next to open up the' property and  develop it. J. Newton', one of the original owners, returned from the property yesterday and says the two men  who|have beeu prospecting on the McKinley since McLeod secuied the.option have opened up a aeam of high  grade ore, a sample of which he  brought down with him to have assayed. A party, representing outside  capital, has already made a flattering  offer for the property but Mr. McLeod  prefers to hold on until further development in done and in the meantime  he will form a company and with that  object in view has applied for incorporation. The McKinley was one of  the first properties to be located and  developed in Franklin camp and is  looked oti as a very rich prospect.  Thos Newby and associates left yesterday for Franklin camp to commence  work on the Glasgow and other claims  >n which they are interested in that  camp and will be there for several  month��. The prospect of the early  building of the north fork branch of  the Kettle Valley lines has  caused   a  onsiderable amount of work and ac-  Fresh bread daily at  Galloway Bros.     ,'vity in that promising camp. BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES '  i^lPte   BOUNDAaV   VALLEY   LODGE  '-y.h,^' . No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets'-every   Tuesday  Evening at 8 00 in  the  ]. O. O. F. Hall.     A  cordial  mvi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  E. Fovlk Smith, Fkkd B. ilor.Mics.      ���  N. G. Rec.-See.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  .'.. "Issued,Gvtry Tridav  Duncan Jioss Managing Editor  -    SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  PljR Y;E/ik :........\.A..:,..   Six Months .'.   ToForeign Countries   .   2 00  ... 1 2i  .. 2 50  r         ,  '     L   '  '"^  g^k   '������  '��� , '-������     <UNION(-  fe?)LABEL> .  ^^^^S^^/  ?f;V  FRIDAY,   MAYy27  1904.   "7  . ���  i   ������';'.. ". r ��� ���   -,*    -,      .-J          ,-.-   .>.,:,;}. ���  '���>*���*  ���K&MlJOOFS.  The McBride Government has  fofrried'anew'irifethod of re'tamihe-  ,hii ��� ���.���-.,: ; ?'���<������ v?'      --V.,'   v'-   >'���!' -��� !  supporters who. are likely  to be!  unseated for violation of the Elec-j  tion Act. In the recent general  provincial'elections" F. J.' Deane,:  Liberal candidate;; was defeated  by only a few votes. His opponent, Fred. J. Fulton, succeeded  in-.holdin'g' the seat' by"���'bribery  a.nd: other election methods, which  do np.t look well- when exposed in  a-court of law.. The evidence  against Mr. Fulton was' strong  and' it was ;alrh6st certain that' 'he  wo'tild^'haye been 'unseated .'.ti.a'd  the. protest, come to, .trial.-.. Premier. McBride,- however, rewards  political.-dishonesty with a cab-  rfiet-'' position/ '"'/Mr. Fulton" is.  m'adfe A'pf6vihciai; 'secretary and'  Minister of Education. - Having,  accepted an. office:;of emolument)  under.' the' Crown,-the :sea-t-'be'-'  Comes ' vacant,'-' and -J the election'  protest is of rio:a'v'aii.'   .'.'/"'.,;''"'  "Noimjinatioasin connecttpn.with,  the byerelection- will. by held on,  Maya3Gth;- the date of the-election:  hsts'-'fi-^t'^et'been announced:' '"We:  d 6 not^'no1'^'fy^ will.  be. . K cabinet;' po/sitio.n: always^  cpunts for something.,.-;-Itas.to:be!  hopedy!:h6wever,y 'th'at>; tbe- elec-:  t<Jr-s���" of Kamloops1 "will "'rtf6t 'be'  briiseS. ''by' a 'cabinet' 'position^'  Th.e.re'i's'jmu^h. a.i ],stake,,.in! th,is,  hye-ejectiqa.. We-ita-ye.. in ..this:  province" to-day,  !a .���".'government-  weakiti''every'respect! ItMscom-'  "pris'^d^ot'a weali' and."vacillating  Premier, with still.weaker.mints-.  tersl,!-; . His latest- acquisition is  the weakest of them- all".' ���   ;  ���T.h'ete'is an opportunity1'to se-'1  cure' a: 'government of 'strOtig.'andj'  able linen .'.\ If th.e people, of.Kamloops ...and . Lillooet are .really  anxious-.to'have capable 'govern-:  ment,' if-'th��y want to see: men at  the';; Head of affairs who'can ad-;  minister' 'the,.'resources '.of. the  province,' that-. it;,will ,np.t be  necessary: to impose undue burdens pu'the farmers'atid who will  be'able? to'plaice tlie''province on a;  soylhd,; "financial, footing,.' they will  no��/listen ..to...'/the siren's voice*;  they will���.not"'be'tempted'by cabinet-bait, bttt they will'elect two  good Liberals.  ::StC^. "���'"'   "    ���'���'-"'"   '���'"   "'  Outside of the direct influence  which extensive railway coustuc-  tion will have on the business of  the-', district, other substantial  benefits will follow. The Great  Northern will give railway'competition both in the hauling of  ore and coke to the' smelters.;  Coincident with the commencement of construction work in  the Boundary comes the announcement that the Company's  line iu the Crow's Nest is to be  extended 'immediately from Mor-  risey to Fernie. This will give  the-railway direct communication  with the.-coal; company's coke  ovens at the latter point, and -will  enable the.railway to furnish the  smelters of the Boundary with  'allthe coke required.  The Midway and Vernon will  .open, up ��� .the,,rich ��� West Fork  country, where- there.are some of  ������the������������"most- promising 'claims' ih  the entire district. This country  is all rich in timber and .agricul-  jt.ur'al lands. It is .in itself a.dis..,  ������trict- worth., the- expenditure- of  ���money- in giving it railway facilities. "'''��� Beyond' is1 tne" wonderfully  xicV'Okanagan, ..the, .garden of  British,. Cojumbia. ..Its people  ���have./been, anxious to . secure*a  direct market" in the - Boundary  andKbotehay for their fruit'^anS  agricultural products, but. have  beeii'handicapp.ed by .the roundabout, transportation facilities.  The direct route b}'' the 'Midway  and Vernon will open up a new  market, and'will bring closer together, two of the-richest districts  in.the province.-. -���. ��� ���'-���   ���-....  - Events giving rich promise of  a prosperous future are crowding  thick and.fast.. ..It is 'now a.'cerr  tainty. .that, the Boundary wi,l  soon.be whatit ought to be, the?  wealthiest arid-'most prosperous'  section of the Province.  turing  ;   OUR HUGE BACK COUNTRY.  , T.he, o.fiier day Goyer.nor.Brady  pf Alaska made a; speech- on that  region at a dinner in New York,  recalling...the"*time :Wheii it was  known . as...-."Seward's .ice-box:"  Seward' bought .Alaska from-Rus-'  sia for $7,500,000:, arid'people said  it'wa's money thrown'away. Today; the salmon, .canning, industry.  alon$ yields a-4profit J,arge enough,  to pay the. inter est.on four-tinies-  that sum. ;..GoldLmining, last year  yielded $3g,o6o,OOOV'"' Siock-fais-  J    ���    -,*������   .......    .,,���..,������������������    'P..   ;>���:': ao-"-i  ing is being.carried on'witji much  success,,. and the ,.tfisheries,, .other  than salmon,��� promise-well.--��� Rich  ^deposits of steam coal have been  found' along the coast. Alto-,  'gether, says'Mr. Brady, Alaska,  -counting"]the... vfilue ,o.f... her . products and of t^e'merchandise she  consumes, is worth $75,000,000 a  year   to'the-.rest  of .the United  ���i     ��� .���:. .������    't'.       ���-  States, i and>; "she ��� is   only   just  making a start."    Cheaper transportation' is' the''one thing needful,' aii:d' it will'. come .as' population grows,',..!.   ....   ,-     ......  Can adian Tories, -who are pic-  the back country of  Ontario aud Quebec as a worthless desert, are making a mistake  they will yet deplore. Fifty  years ago, when the Grand Trunk  proper ��� was being built;, some of  the fmest sections of Ontario,  notably the Huron aiid Bruce  country, were set down as irreclaimable wastes; and we all  know how the Hudson Bay Coni-  pany officials ridiculed the idea of  wheat being grown for export in  Manitoba.. i"Seward's ice-box"  was only one instance among  many of the folly that concluding  that becatise a region is new, unopened ;'aud a'way to the north of  civilization it must necessarily be  ^ood for nothing. There is every  reason to believe that the country  between Winnipeg land'.-;. Quebec  which the Grand Trunk Pacific  wilL traverse is rich in "timber,  minerals and waterpower, and, iu  addition, contains vast stretches  ������of gop^'farming, land. .''Ytjtithe  Tories; make., it- their business' to  deride the Liberals who say so,  and will have it that it is nothing  shortrOf.'crimiilal to build a line  there. Such is., the. '-'compelling  power" of party politics that it  turns men otherwise patriotic  enough into enemies of their  country!  Some one has said with truth  that, at present, all that part of  Canada north bf the St.Lawrence  the.Ottawa and Lake Superior,  consists of little more -than the  roadbed of. the Canadian Pacific  Railv\ ay. If the enormous spaces  to the north are, as the. Tories  say, not worth opening, -the, future : of ..the Dominion is > not  bright. -.If,- on the other band,  they contain anything like the  potential wealth which .the.'G.. '1\.  P. surveyors profess,: to ..have  found, the sooner they are brought  within reach of a market the'bet-  ter'fbr all concerned, more parti-1  culaiiy for the older provinces,  which of late have . been almost  standing still.  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  immmwwmmmwwwmmmmmid  OO  Capi||l, all pailup,;$13,973,560. ,-   ;::Rest...:.; ^$10,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkorge A. Druiwmond.  General Manager :   E. S   Clouston.  Brandies in London, Eng. \ &$e?h!/'&��& f New York, Chicago  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange aiid Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  xs9  **��>  ><  >��=5  WMMMMMmmmMMmmmmmmmM  ���DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  ''���   '" " "'   ������_  Naden-Flooii Block, Greenwood. B. C  ''R&iCVJAY. BUILDING. : 'V''  ��� :-I.' -mi; ii*.. ii��c-.-   :'��� *���:���;���  - re     .���:���������>>���">   ��� ;i*���:��������� ' -" '"'���'������   '-��� ���'"���  The girdling of;the Boundary  district-: by: the Great Northern  an^'the^coii'structidn of the Midway .and "Vernon, mean much for  the'aistrict. - During the past few'  reared mining development has  been .sty^xtensiye' .that', without  any1-outside:aid',.:.the.business was  imprpvitig a'netuit' better "feelihg  prevailed -ill;dommeiicial -circles.  With extensive railway .tbnstruc-  tion, the pay-roll- of'the .district  will ' h;e;." largely : iheneased'1 and.  local business men'who remained  loyal to. the. district throughi a  period of business depression will  rea^rihe benefit..'  ',.;.''"'..  t��a�� "Biters andiGrinders,";l)y ���  ugene Wooil,  in ^Everybody's,  ���toiigaiine for'April, '1904.  WOWWIitiMMB^a^  ly1  SoHa.  Its a fanciful name for our  Ice. Cream Soda. We've J  heard it called."As cold as  an Iceberg" so often that  we nicknamed it "Ice/'  berg/,   ALL FLAVORS,;!  Meets.��5ver,y,xWedpesdav evening  at.f}:Q.0,in tbe.K. of P. Hall,  ...  All Brothers welcome.  A. D. h'-AI.'^ETT, ''-'     A. S. EMHR13E,  : K.-of K. aiicl S. c.-C.'  Ice Cream Sundaes  being served now at our Fountain  White Bras.  Dispensing Chemists, 'Greenwood  |HE:.(lMWffl KAMfrOMjERCE  With Which is Amalgamated -  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.:  "   '     '' ���   ������./ ''    HEA!D OFFICE: TORONTO.    '  Paid-up capital , $   8,70Q4000  'Rest........,....'-    ..:,���.���...;...?. ,.....,..,..;.':...,.    .3,000,000,..       ;  a .y  -Ag-greg-ite resources (30 Nov. 1903)'oyer .���.�� "83,000,000.'������- ..   '<-.  London Office, *      '���    '      ,    ��� Wm. Gray      j .���...  60LomtardSt.E. C. .    New York Agency     h.B. Walker |Al!ents-  '���    -- ''       16 EXCHANGE PLACED .    ".      :'  In addition tile Bank has 107 branches'and agencies in Canada and the United  States,  Including-the following iu British'Columbia and the Yukon Territory.  GREENWOOD, NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  jKAMLOOPS.   ' NELSON, VICTORIA,  LADYSMITH,'. N.WESTMINSTER,WHITE HORSE,  ATLIN,  CRANBROOK,  DAWSON,  I'ERNIE.  Branches in the United States:  new york;    san francisco.    Portland,    Seattle,    skagway  Deposits received, exchaugejliotight   and sold and every description of   banking  business transacted!,  GREENWOOD  BRANCH,  W. ALLISON. Manager.  msm  Two Dispatclies From Baltimore  ���������WHICH TELLiTHEfR OWN ^O^EY       ���      -���  ��� "Richard F. Post was appointed a receiver for tHe  Peabody Fire Insurance Company of Baltimore.   cThe  ! Company lost $700,000 ;.b.y reasQ'njpf tlie fire and it had  assets of $300,000.'"'  '���'��� ' '  -"���������������'  ���   ���'' 'The Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance :;.;  )   ���'���-'���  Company's   Baltimpre" Joss oiie million   ($1,000;000.)     !      .  ; Will pay by draft on Home Office, so as not to disturb  American or Canadian investments.      Company has  ; ��� subscribed.ten thousand ($10,000) :td.:re^jef, fund.;,   "v.j_. y'\  ;    'THF LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE has oyer." three  million dollars invested in Canadian Securities.        . ' " ' .-,..  ! When insuring why not be sure of indemnity in case of loss ?  Beaiey Investment & Trust Company, Ltd.  GEORGE R. NADEN, IHanager  Agents for The Liverpool & London & Globe.    The Phoenix Assurance Company of London. Eng  ���'������*������.   ���-    - The British America Assurance-Company of Toronto",Ont.     ���        " '     ,  0<JO<>6o<X><>00000000<K>00000<M>0<>0<K>OCK>00^^  OO  ooo  o   M0TISIU  BEST $1 A DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY  t  Nicel3r Furnished  Rooms.    ���":'������-  Hot and Gold'Baths  Free to 'Guests.'  WM. GREEN, Proprietor,  I [><>CK><><>0<><>PlOOi?<>000<>��*0<>^^ OOCKXKXXXXKH^OOOOOOOOOOOOO^  <��:<M*:">.H.Mfr<��.^^  r  r  r  ���*?  .?  I  r  r  X  r.  ���:���  r  DEALERS IN  r  r  r  V  t  y  *                       M JJINOLEUMS, ETG.^: ;      ,,  '*:������ ���                                                         ���.      ���'.-' ���-'    ��� ���������: ���        . T  Y    COPPER-'-S'IREET,; .                          /       ' ..GRlUiSNWOOr).   V  X'-;               '���' -'   ' ���"'���' ���' - ;        ���  '-' .'���: ������"���'':."������. ��� "���'.���'   ���������������������   i    ��  <<m*:��:.��x��xmk~>��x~X'":~K'^^^  GRAND FORKS^rPHOENlX-^GREENWOOD  AILY STAGER LINE J *  Leaves"Greenwood 6 a. rn.    Arrives-at Phoenix 7 aJm., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  L'eavestGrandiForks 3.45. p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8p. 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.  rice is u  ��  BOUNDARY   GHtz&K   TIMES.  =???E  ....  r  Y  Y  Y  ���3L  4'  Boundary Ore Shipments,  Graatoy Mines..   Mother Lode. : .....'...'..................'.'....  B::p; .M^njeT:: ....v,....:l.....;.,.;..:. :.:......:.  Snowshoe...::..   : Sunset^...,.;..... .......:... ;;....;..;���   ��� .Qro' IJ'enorp'  ..".   ���Eiropkiyn..- .'....'   Morrison ., :....   Winnipeg'-..;. ., .......; '.   Goiijerl -.Grpwri.    J4rielstaja arid Jack .Pot   . Kintf Solomon '....'...���'..'���:...'.   No. 7 :. ...:...:....:....; .........  Cijiy of Paris..!   S<jna,t6r....V...'.   .Elkhorn     ....  Providence   E. P.' U: Mines and Gold Finch..........  IJiIisceilanepn? .....'...���....'.   1900  64 533  5 340  ���19 4.44  297  1901"  '231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  150  1 076  2 250  1 200  2 000  3 230  150  560  650  1 040   850  665   325  'Tpt,al T.op.s.,..   99 730      389 000  ^<t*XS~Xt<X?X~i*^X*,X?X~X^"X^'-X**'X'***W  7 900  785  625  532  172  507 811  ��k��m ���>���:��:������:  1903  393 718  130 492  19 365  71 212  15 731  15 537  1904    Week.  229 363   10 000  75 716   4 256  12 439     165  *  '���'      t  ~    - Y~  ���   V  11 897    910  X     f  2 968     ....  X  f     Y     Y  r  1 756     X  265 ���]"  336 '    20  X  184 A  204 y  '       ���>  335 118  15 351  ��  Y  ���J���.J�����^�����������^*^���������*���������MJoJ������l^�����X������I���*���**���**���*������������I���*������*'���,  3 339  22 937  2 435  '"5646  400  993  167  569  682 541  G3RAP) TIUJNK f^JFIG,  Reasons Given toy Frank Oliver M.p.  " for Cbristmctidij of G. f. P.  Because it. doubles the. industrial and productive area of Canada.  Because it doubles opportunity  for every man in Canada.  Because it offers the shortest  and best all-Canadian line from  tide .water-to. tide water, summer  and-winter. ;  Because it is the-only all-British railway across the continent  under one management.  Because it is. so situated as to  be secure from foreign invasion;  giving; depth, and therefore,  strength to our country, to the  advantage to both Canada and  the empire.  Because it gives development  and competition in transportation  to 1,200 miles of grain-growing  country in the West, as compared  with 400 miles of such country  developed^by the Canadian-Pacific Railway..  Because it develops vast coal  fields on the Saskatchewan, Atha-  baska and Peace rivers, for the  supply of fuel to the prairies.  Because it gives the most northwesterly part of the prairie region, which is furthest from the  Atlantic, a short outlet. to the  Pacific. ' '  Because it connects the railway  system of Canada' with 2000 miles  of steamboat navigation on the  Athabasca, Peace, Laird and  Mackenzie rivers, their great  lakes and the Arctic ocean.  Because it developes mining  and lumbering in northern British Columbia aud provides facilities for profitable interchange of  mutual necessities between the  prairies and mountain regions of  the far West.  Because in ensures the third  railway outlet from and through  the wheat fields to the lakes.  Because it developes a thousand  miles of northern Ontario and  Quebec, at present unknown and  inaccessible.  Because it.cuts nearly 200 miles  off the present Intercolonial distance between Quebec and Can-  ada's winter port, St. John.  '"Because by government ownership and control of rates, with  modern construction and adequate equipment, in provides an  all-year<ound outlet for western  grain; and gjves the merchant  and manufacturers of eastern  Canada profitable access to the  mark.et of the great West.  Because it do.es this without  laud grant, tax exemption or provincial or. local aid of any kind.  Because it induces the investment of one hundred millions of  British capital in Canada; and  correspondingly interests the  British public in Canada's welfare.  Because co-operation with the  Grand Trunk Company secures  effective, satisfactory and business-like operation; ensures fulfilment of all engagements, provides  business from the stait, and  secures the government from payment on its guarantee.  Because by. that co-operation  all principal points in eastern  Canada are put in direct connection with the West without extra  cost.  Because it transfers the through  traffic interests of the Grand  Trunk, from the Western States  to Western panada. "  Because it provides . against  overcapitalization for effective  government control of rates, and  secures running rights to other  roads throughout its whole  length.  Because an Atlantic.outlet for  the Canadian Northern, and extension of the Intercolonial to the  wheat fields, is provided for without a cent of additional public-  cost.  Because it gives maximum public control for a minimum public  outlay, and absolute security for  the fin?ncial responsibility assumed.  SALE OF GILPIN RANCH.  Frand Forks, May 26���R. R.  Gilpin, collector of customs for  this port, has disposed of his  ranch which he purchased from  the government twenty years ago.  It is situated nine miles below  this city and w?s purchased by  L, Hanson of northern Utah,who  was in this district last March  looking over different ranches in  the Kettle valley. He returned  last week and so taken was he  with Mr. Gilpin's ranch that he  purchased it for $30,000. He will  return to Utah and ship his cattle  and implements to this point at  once. Other families will follow  Mr". Hanson and come to settle in  this part.   .  Thos.  Hardy  arrived  on a business  trip today from Coleman, Alta.  A SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH.  The annual statement of the  Equitable Life Assurance Societj'  of the Unite:! States, which appears in thi#s issue, is a very commendable one for the Equitable  ��ife__._..,. ______  In the year just past the}*- have  paid in dividends to policy holders $5,682,295.00, the largest sum  ever paid b}r this or any other  company in a single year, &nd  have in surplus the measure of  financial strength; and the fund  from which dividends are paid, a  larger amount than that held by  any other company, thus retaining its name .and ;place as the  strongest in the world.  The new business secured by  the society last vear was the  largest amount ever written in  one year without any deviation  from its usual careful method ol'  selecting risks.  By looking over the statement  carefully the reader will see that  the year just past has been a sat-  ��� ���>��_������>���_< *"i ���>  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Til EIIITI1LI  B.-tSI-UI1M_rTrXlIXWni  OF THE UNITED STATES.  V      HENRY   B.    HYDE  I  r  r  r  r  ���{  FOUNDER.    ��  X Outstanding Assurance  >:      Dec. 31, 1903  $1,409,918,742,00  ?  $   New Assurance Issued in 1903      322,047,968.Q0  *  *   Income ���   a^^%-: THE :-^^^���  |   Assets Dec. 31, 1903   2 Assurance Fund and all other  4       liabilities   Surplus   Paid Policyholders in 1903   73,718,350.93 S  381,226^.035.53. %  t  307,871,897.50 I  73,354,138:03. t  34,949,672.27 %  JAMBS W. ALEXANDER. President.  JAMES H.  HYDE, Vice-President.  .,.  Y  Y  2  Allenberff & Fleming, Managers,    )    c,,ftk3np  Wflch  H. M. Lee, Cashier, f   aPOKane, wasn-  Copper Street.  (����  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. te  f^  MEALS  AT  ALL HOTJRS  isfactory one to the society and  its large number of policy holders.  S..BARRY YUILL  X*":">-  I....,.-.'.  A  ���. \  T '  m  \ -  ,��� 1  <   . JyiiM  y '��� y  ��� /������??*  /  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  m*MllW..��K.**.J.'tMrlllwiriailtlV,W.,^^I.T��lTll..L'Jlir��IHII��IMT��ailll  1!"  FOMITURE  CARPETS  uiiiULuuiiiv  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and   finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER R0S.  VICTORIA, B. C.  <��X"X��:'****'>****��;- x��x->'X~i-X'  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  % SKATES SHARPENED.  I PAINTING AND  I SIGN WORK.  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  TRY OUR COFFEE  Charles R, cPittock,     ;     cPropr.  | Copper St.    Greenwood, I  ��> ���!<  ^���.xk^x-x^x-x^x^x-x-x-X'^'X*:'  Vi  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered  Daily to anv port  of the city.  AND-  ������0**  ling Bags  Selling Cheap. See Them.  New goods have arrived in  Granitp, Wooden and Tin  Ware, Poultv, Netting,  Pocket and Table Kniye.s,  Razors, Shovels, " Rakes,  Rubber ��� Hose. For hardware see us.  The 2nd Hand Man,  #-  0<X>CHD<H><X>.<KX>(>000<>0<>00^  HAVING ADDED A    . ..'6  TINSHOF  ����=�����  To my Plumbing Establishment  am pr��9areii to.doall kinds of .  TINSMITHING AT  SHORTEST NOTICE.  curnace   Crates   and   Stove   Repairs'.  ��� E W,/HSH#^i  The   Most   Complete   Stock   in  the Boundary.  ^^ _.Plione.38-��� NadenrFlood Bioek..^^  <KKKJ0<KKKHX)<>O<)<��i')(>(>OO0<X><><>  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP  AT THE  The new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading hotel of  the Kooteiiays.   ;    "  .%.;.,;,.;.,;..jM;..;.,;..;..j^j���;.,j..;M;M;M;..;^;*,>;��>^{^  Ifflllt Null  v Comfortable Rooms. ���  ? Everything First Class.        .<  * ���>  t<        THIi  SWAYNE  HOUSE,..     *  ���? Silver Street, S  .:��� Greenwood      .%  ���:��� .:.  Notice.  Iii riiT.ot 1012, (1 roup one, Osooyoos Division,  Yale District.  Wlicrcas proof of loss of certificate of title  No.'2141a issued in tlie names of Kobert Wood  aim Cliarles Scott (lailoivaj- lias been filed in  the office.  Notice is hereby (riven tliat I shall at the cx-  liirat-on of one month from the date of the first  , iiiM-ition her.'of.  issue a duplicate of the said  \ ceriilicate  unless, In the meantime, valid ob-  i lection be made ;omein u-ritiiiir  V,'. II. Epmondb.  ! District Registrar.  ! Laud Jii-L'istrv OtTice.  1        Kami.Kips, u.c.. February lst.1004. BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  ftAsr'WWWAvAtf 'WAv'W'WyWS  ST00KE BR��S  Havintr.something else  in   view  ofFer their well known  For  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 ot purchaser.  SO acres Timothy-Clover-Brome  Grass.  IJarns 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 S1.00  bushel.  There's Money in Ranching at the  above prices���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  rancher is an empire of  its own.  \ Our market is protected on the East by \  C the C. P- R-, on the south by the Custom \  \ . House, on the West and North by Land   X  limited and undeveloped.  'For further information see:  3>   Five Miles North  of Midway,   B.   C.  Misfili  RAILWAY,,  The only all rail route between points east  west and sonth to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North-  port.  Effective June 14th, 1003.  Leave  8:45 a. m.  10:40 a. m.  7:20 a. m.  10:35 a. ni.  8:30 a. m.  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  Grand Forks  Republic  Arrive  6:15 p. in.  4:35 p. in.  7:20 p. m.  4:00 p. m  6:15 p. in.  In Connection With  TICKETS To All POINTS  SHORT LINE TO  ST. PAUL, DULUTH, M. NNEA-  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALI TOINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOMA VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all tACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining and  Buffet  Smoking Library  2 Fast Trains My 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. & T. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the  Northwest Territories and the Yukon  Territory.  Conl.���Coal lands may be purchased  at 310 per acre for soft coal and S20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  can bo acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at Uie rale of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is grained  for one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment in advance of S7.50  per annum for an individual, and from  S50 to S100 per annum for a company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the same with two  legal posts, bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for even' additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim is SS 00.  At least S100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  S500 has been expended or paid, the  has been expended or paid, the locator  mav, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at Si.00  an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  cent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N. W. T\, excepting the Yukon Territory.���Placer mining clainis generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, SS renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river clainis for either bar or  bench' the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to.the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  clainis 200 feet wide may be  obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty years, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined tothe  submerged bed or bars of tlie river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar dig-,  gings or bench clainis, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to high water mark on  each alternate leasehold.  Tlie lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from <;he  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained- more-than"-one -lease "one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, S10 per annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the output after it  exceeds 310,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory���  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of tlie lease.  Tlie lessee shall hav: one dredge in  operation within two yeats from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date Rental S100 per mile for  first year, and S10 per mile for each  subsequent year. Royalty, same as  placer mining.  Placer mining- in the Yukoii Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill  clainis shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the base line or  general direclion of the creek or gulch,  the width being 1,000 to 2,000. All  other placer claims shall be 200 feet  squi-'  ^laimes are marked by two legal  posts, one at each'end, bearing notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days, if the claim is within ten miles  of mining recorder's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hold a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in length,  and if the party consists of two 1,500  altogether, on the output of which no  royalty will be charged, tlie rest of the  party ordinary clainis only.  Entty feeSlO. Royalty at the rate  of two and one half percent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon territory to be paid to the Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining-claim on e-ich  seperate river, creek or gulch, but the  same miner may hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their clainis in partnership  by filing notice and paying- fee of S2.  A claim may be abandoned, and another obtained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by giving notice and  paying n fee.  Work must be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of S200.  A ceriilicate that work has been done  must be obtained each year. If not,  the claim sliall be deemed to be abandoned, and open to occupation and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon Official Gazette.  Hydraulic Mining, Yukon Territory  ���Locationssuitable for hydraulic mining having a frontage of from one to  five miles, and a depth of one mile or  more, may be leased for twenty years  provided the ground has been prospected by the applicant or his agent;  is found tojbe unsuitable for placer  mining; and! does not include within  its boundaries any mining claims already granted. A rental of $150 for  each mile of frontage, and a royalty  at the rate of two and one-half per  cent, on the value of the gold shipped  from the Territory are charged. Operations must be commenced within one  year from the date of the lease, and  not less than $5,000 must be expended  annually. The lease excludes all base  metals, quartz and coal, and provides  for the withdrawal of unoperated lands  for agricultural or building  purposes.  Petroleum���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon  Territory are open to prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company  having machinery on the land to be  prospected, an area of 640 acres Should  the prospector discover oil in paying  quantities, aiid satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil well and  such other land as may be determined  will be scld to the discoverer at the  rate of SI.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at su:h rate as may be specified by  order-in-council.  JAMES A. SMART,,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior;  Department of the Interior,   Ottawa.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICIi  "Alameda" mineral claim,;situate in tlie Green  wood niiniutr division of Yale District.  Wherelocated: In Deadwood Camp.  Timber Notice.  Grant of tlie above claini.  And furtlier take notice tliat action, mulct  section 37, must tie commenced before the issuance of sucli Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this 1-tlh dnv of Match. 1904.  I. II. Hallett.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  TOBOGGAN Mineral Claim, situate in ilie  Greenwood Mininff Division of Yale District.   Wliere located:   At Hartford Jnnct-  TAKE NOTICE that I, Svdney M. John-  ecn. Free Miner's Certificate No. B55250,  actintr for self unci as agent for Joseph Bassett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55154, Harry L.  Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55290  and James Newby, Free Miner's Certiiicate  No. B 74437, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Min'iiff Recorde  for a certificate of Iniprovements, 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 iniprovements.  Dated this 10th day of April, A. 1).. 1901.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  Bounday-Helen Gold Mining: Company,  Limited Liability.  NOTICE isJicreby a iyenthata. special. geu-_  eral mectiiig" of tlie" shareholders of the above  named Company will be held at the ollice of the  Company al Greenwood, B. C, upon the Sth day  of June, 1904, at the hour of three o'clock iu the  Hflernoon, to consider and if deemed advisable  lopass resolutions to authorize the sale of the  Helen Mineral Claim, and for the disposition of  tho remaining assets of the Ooin pany.  Dated this 2nd day of May, 1904.  M. J. M. WOOD,  Secretary,  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, August 8, 9, 10, September 5, 6, 7,  October 3, 4, 5.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "Duncan" mineral claini, situate in the Greenwood mininir division of Yale District.  Whore locator: On Wallace Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Svdney M. Johnson, Free Miners' Certificate No. 1555250,  acting for self and as agent for Robt. Wood,  Free Miners' Certiiicate No. B55517, and Ralph  Smailes, Free Miners' Certificate No. B55;')21,  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Iniprovements, forthe purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And ftnther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this llth day of March, A. D. 1904.  Svdnby M. Johnson.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  t NOTICE.  DOUBLE STANDARD Mineral   Claim,   situate in 'the Greenwood   Mining   Division of  YaleDistrict.   Wherelocated:     Iu Central  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, Sydney M. Johnson,  ac'ing as agent for Elizabeth  McKellar, Free  Miner's Certiiicate No.  JS 77140, intend,  sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder ior a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtainiup   a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice   that  action,   under  section 37. must bu commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of April, A. D. 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date we intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Land and" Works, Victoria, B. .C,  for a 21 year lease to cut and carry awav timber from the following.described "lands; com-  meuci.igat a post placed on the West side of  t'.ie main fork of Kettle river near the mouth  of Canyon creek marked Hevlaud and Hamilton's South west corner post, thence East 400  chains, thence North 400 chains, tlience West  100 chains, tlience North 800 chains, thence  East 400 chains, theuce North 400 chains, theuce  East 640 chains, thence North 400 chains,  theuce East 160chains, thence Norlh 400 chains  theuce West 4()0 chal..s, thence North 400 chains  theuce West Mo chains, thence North 400  chains, theuce West 400 chains, thence South  040 chains, thence East 160 chains.-, thence  South 160 chains, thenc* East HO' chains,  thence South 40o chains, . thence .West 320  chains, theuce South 2000 chains to said place  of commencement.  Dated this 12th day of Mayl 1904.  A. R. HEYT.AND,   ���'���  W. 11. HAMILTON.  Locators.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE;    !  RETURN TICKETS TO  EASTERN   CANADA  At corresponding' lates on same  dates. For full particulars apply to  Aocal agents or write  E. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.G P.A. Vancouver D.P.A. Nelson  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  OWL Mineral Claim, situate iu the Gieenwood  Mining Division of Yale District. . Located  ��� in Deadwood Camp joining the Tintic   M n  oral Claim;  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Mineis Certificate No. B. 5525C, actingifor  self aud as agent for George R. Nadeu. Free  Miners Certiiicate No. B 41655, John N. Greden,  Free Miners Certificate No. li 55145, and the  British America Development Co.. Ltd., Free  Miners Certificate No. U 71612, intend, sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply lo the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements;  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grantof  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Iniprovenieiiis.  Dated this 30th day of April, A. D., 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  TO RICHARD  McC.ULLOCK ���or to any person or persons td whom he may have transferred his interest In the Klondyke  and  Nordac mineral  claims   situated    in  the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale district. ���  You are hereby notified that we have expended the sum of $400 in assessment work on  the above claims together with ��10.00 for. recording' the same, such work being* required  and necessary to the said claims for the years  1902-3 ending August 2nd, 1903,  under the provisions jf the Mineral Act and Anittiding Acts;  and if at the expiration of ninety days from the  date of the first publication o"f this notice in  the Boundary Creek Times, you fall or refuse  to contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely S153.-75. together with all costs of adver.  tising. your   interest, in   said mineral claims  sliall 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 uf April, 1904.;  Gko. A. McKagve,  Harry A. Skallenderqer.  MINERAL ACT.  CerliriiUte of Improvement.  NOTICE.  ���'Lucky    Boy,"   "Red    Jacket"    and   "Never  Sweat" mineral elaiius, situate in   the  Greenwood   Mining    Division  of   Yale District.  Wherelocated:  Ou China  Creek,  On West  Fork of Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that Sydney' M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 13+1751 for  self and as agent for Geo. R. Naden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B41655: W. G. Gaunce,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BS0205;The British  American Development Co.. Ltd., Free Miner's  Certificate No. B71612. and F. F.'Ketchum, Kree  Miner's Certiiicate No. B55500,intciid, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the sriniug Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for  the puopose of obtaining a crown Grant of the  above clainis.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such cert:ficate of improvements.  Daled this 20th day of February, A. D. 1904.  Siduky M. Johnson.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.        '        '  Maksuam.,   Marshall   Fraction,    Little  Annie, Little   Bkows   Mineral   Claims,  situaie in  the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.   Where located���In Greenwood   camp,   at   the   head  of   Providence  creek.  TAKE NOTICE that T, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting   as  agent   for  James   M'eNnlty,    Free  Miner's Certificate No. B5517], John Bresnalian,  Free  Miner's  Certificate  No. BS0208,   Danie:  Bresnalian, Free Miner's C.irtificate No. B55170,  and Thomas Clark, Kree Mi iter's Certificate No.  1355299, intend, sixty days from the. date hereof, to apply to the  Mining recorder  for Cert-  ficates of Iniprovements, for the pnrpese of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Ce<*tific.ite of Improvements.  Dated this 2:nd dav of January, A. D. 1904,  apl SYDNEY  M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  King Solomon. Queen of Sheba  and Jumbo  Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Wherelocated: On Beaver Creek two niiies  North of Beaverdell.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Syduey M. Johnson  acting as agent for John A Crawford,  Free Miner's Certificate No. Ii.30201. Wm. Olsen,  Free Minci's Certificate No. 1530572. Wm.  Kintz, Free Miner's Certificate No. H5f>130 and  Joseph P. Kellv, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  B5.Y3S9, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Iniprovements 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   Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of March, A. D., 1904.  SYDNEY M.JOHNSON.  MINERAL, ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Springfield" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Geeenwood Mining Division cf Yale District. Where located:���In Beaver Creek  Camp.  /-pAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  J_ agent for James Napier Paton, Free  Miner's' Certificate No. B62156, aud Ralph  Smales, Free Miner's Certificate No. B35521,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the Mining Kecorder for 11 Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section! 7,  must  be ri'mmen'-s!'   before  the  issuance of such Certi"' -ate of Irapioreineu..  Dated :hls 3rd day of March. A. D., i904.  I. H, Hallett,  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.'  '  THE KNIGHT RAMBLER   Mineral  Claim,  ��� situated in the Greenwood Mining' Division  of Yale District.   Where'located:   In Camp  McKinney, adjolningjthe Fbtl.tenoyMiner  ' al Claim on theeast.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Henry Nicholson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B4I888, acting as agent, for ,W. A. McKaj-, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B41841. and 'J. H. McKenzie,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 418*47, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder, for a, Certificate of Improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action', uuder  section 37,  must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvement's.  Dated this 20th day of. May, A. D., 1904.  HENRY NICHOLSON.  Large assortment of bedroom suits  at Clint's, Copper St.  Business Directory.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  .FRED B. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large  warehouse for storing goods.'  P.O. Box 25    Residence oppt city hall.  ASSAYERS.  J. G. LANG-  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Late Control   Assayer ��� Lenore   Mine'  Mount  Sicker.  Control Assays a Specialty.   .  : _,���.���������^...^if^ ...^Greenwood,,B.-C.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W. D. Flinn, Prop.  Sharp Razors.' Clean Towels  ���  Porcelain Bath Tubs.   .  Copper Stree;, ,    -,   Greenwood, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  '  Notaries Public.   .  Cable Address :      hallktt."  CniiK.s  Hertford M'Nelll's   Qrephwooo.  Morelnif & Neal's  Lelbcr's.  II.   IIAI.LKTT.  B. O.  II.'C. SHAW.  McL.EOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notakies Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLkod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW. ,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire. '  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.  B.   O.  fl. E. ASHGROET.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor^  ���lining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  \V001I Block fuext Customs office.)  GREENWOOD, B. C. A 7\  BOUNDARY   ORtzEK   TIMES.  MIDWAY  CELEBRATION  Programme    Successfully  ;   Carried Out. on May 24.  I  I  Residents of Boundary Towns Enjoyed  ~;."   ;      Delightful Outin?.  '. Ideal recreation groun..s. an energetic; committee arid a day which,:after  the threatening- showers disappeared,  was -perfect for ��� outdoor life, all com ���  bined to, rn^ke the Victoria Day celebration at Midway a . huge success.  The attendance was if anything larger  than that^of previous years;and all:  were ^apparently ��� satisfied with the  outing. One has to go to Midway on  its annual gala d".y to learn something  about the wonderful and varied resources of this cpuntry. There one  finds' .prosperous: farmers from .the  couutry'as far westas Anarchist Mountain. Miners from all over the Boundary and even from- the Similkameen,  lumbermen, merchants, professional  men���in fact all classes from a large  area; congregate at the pretty little  town at the' Boundary line, swap  stories, exchange views on various  topics and fraternize at the refreshment counters. ������ The American cousins  can also be found . there aud the picturesque '^natives', including the gaily  adorned.:'klootches, come ,��� to see the  sports and incidentally rake 'in some  of the shekels. They generally have a  few fast'horses that carry off the big  prizes and as Lo is a dead.game sport,  he generally makes some money by  betting. . Midway is not' yet a large  city but 6:i May'2'4th it can produce  about as cosmopolitan . crowd as can  be found anywhere..       .; ,' . ���  ���The morning gave every indication  that Jupiter Pluvius would take a  hand .in the affair and spoil *:he celebration. It did rain sufficient to lay  the dust but'a southerly wind drove  the clouds qver the hills and the after-  poon was/a? perfect as we could wish  for.'   ,'..,',," ...-.....',.   . The "special train from Grand Forks  was crowded with pleasure seekers  .while every 'rig in Greenwood and  Phoenix was pressed, into. service..to  carry thdse who wanted to enjoy a delightful-drive as well ��� as the program  provided by the committee.  The Greenwood Citizen's band pro-  ^yAde_<Lthe_!.m nsic.y ^The J>and .under, the  leadership of Chief Hallett is steadily  improving and is today an institution  of which Greenwood is justly proud:  Outside of the liorseracing the chief  event of the day was, the baseball  match between Greenwood and Curlew.  The Greenwood nine were easy winners. Curlew's battery was ��� fairly  good but the fielding could-be' improved upon.   The score vvas 11 tb 3.   ���'  The horseracing was on the square.  Every race from the prospectors' race  to .'that of.'the fleetest horse were run  for. all that' was in it and the best horse  always won. ^ While not, as fast as  some of the; blgi-* races: still as muchr  entertainment could be extracted from:  them.  The exhibition of bucking broncho  riding was riiuch enjoyed by the spectators.  Below will be found the result of the  day's sports.  Boy's Pony Race���1st $10, 2nd$5:1st  jerry,   F.   Magee,   Rock   Creek;  2nd,  May,: H,: NelsoniTorodo.     '  "        ���.' '  j Prospectors' Race���1st $10, 2nd  $5:  lst< Bob, F. Buber,   Midway; 2nd, Curfew; Bill, Turner, Curlew.  '< Bicycle Rac'e-^lst $15, 2nd $10:   ,1st,,  W.: Anderson,   Greenwood;   2nd,   Ed.  Frank, Midway.   "':^y,  '. Baseball���prize SSOr^ "Greenwood vs.  ��urlew,    won   by   Greenwood,   score,  11-3.'. '''���-':\,  ': Klqotchmen's Race���1st $5;;;2nd' $3:  lst.'Hyas Mary; 2nd, Locoed Riley, -  Local Race���1st $20,. 2nd.,S10: '1st,  Little Jack,,Aneas,C.ur.lew; 2nd, Molly.  S. Growall, Midway.  i Fiee for All, dash���1st S2S, 2nd $10:  lst.v 'Roany,- .Aneas,* Curlew, 2nd.  Phoenix Bill.  Bucking Contest���1st   S20,   2nd  $5:  1st, Joe Grinder.  Free for All, y2   mile heat���1st $50,  2nd ��20:     1st,. Little Jack, Aneas, Cur-  lew;'2nd,- Roany, Aneas, Curlew.  ��� Gentlemen's Race���1st $12,  2nd $8;  AT THE PRESENT TIME IS COAL.  AND OF THAT THE INTERNATIONAL COAL & COKE CO., |S 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 ? - . y  WE ALL ONE WAY OR THE OTHER INVEST EVERY CENT WE MAKE  Then why not put your money in something that is far above the average investment, something that in the near future will not  only return' DOL/LAR FOR CENT but whose interest from its investment alone will keep the average man in comfort for the rest  of his life. Some who have taken my tip have bought now, and why not you, put in a few dollars and feel you have made the  best bargain in your life.   "SHARES ARE GETTING SCARCE and soon will be all bought up, who will kick themselves then?  For further information apply to  F. W. McLAINE  Opposite the Post Office. GREENWOOD, B. C  1st, Prince, Joe Richter, Midway; 2nd,  Bob; F. Buber, Midway.  , Consolation   Race���1st    $10:      1st,  Nancy,   C.   Buber, "Midway;  2nd,   C.  Russell, Greenwood.  A VISITING BANKER.  Mr. D. R. Laird ofthe Bank of Nova  Scotia, a Visitor to Greenwood.  R. D, Laird, manager of the Bank of  Nova Scotia at Vancouver, was a  visitor to. the city this week. Mr.  Laird is a cousin of Mrs. H. C. Shaw,  of this city, and was. a guest of Mr.  Shaw's during his visithere;. He is a  son of Hon. . David Laird, who was  Minister of the ' Interior during the  McKenzie administration, governor of  the Northwest and at present commis-  sionertof Indian affairs at Winnipeg.  The Bank of Nova. Scotia is one the  big banking institutions of Canada.  During recent years it has been giving  more attention to. business in the  growing. West. The bank has several  branches in Ontario, Manitoba and the  Northwest Territories. Mr. Laird is  its pioneer in British Columbia. He,  has been in Vancouver for several  months. His bank is showing that it  came to this province to stay by erecting a substantial bank building on  Hastings street. The building will be  ready for occupancy in June.  ' In the meantime Mr.: Laird is making  himself familiar with busines icondi-  tions in the province. He'has already  visited the Kootenay district and the  Boundary and will take a run into the  rich farming district of Okanagan before returning to Vancouver.    Like all  Easterners he has been favorably impressed with the wonderful variety of  natural resources which the province  possesses and believes that conditions  are rapidly becoming more settled.  The province with its wealth of fish,  lumber and mineral resources offers a  good field for the investor and he feels  confident that his bank will not regret  coming to the most western province  in the Dominion.  ����ett����a������0��a��6��e��a��a��0aaee0��a��e��o��a��0��a��o*.a��'��fae*e��t  LAWN TENNIS MATCH-  The first inter-urban lawn tennis  match for the year 1904, between the  Phoenix and Greenwood lawn tenuis  clubs was played in Greenwood on the  afternoon of May 24th on the grounds  of the Greenwood tennis club.  Play commenced at 1.30 aud lasted  until 6 o'clock and resulted in a win  for the local club by 4 matches to w.  The following were the scores:  Doubles: Myers Gray,and DeVeber  beat Smith and Boucher 5-7, 7-5, 7-5.  Merritt and Andrews -beat Morkill  and Morkill 6-3, 6-2.  Singles:   Smiith beat Gray 6-4,6-1.  DeVeber beat Boucher 6-2, 6-0.        '  Morkill beat Merritt 4-6, 7-5, 6-4.  Andrews beat Morkill 6 3, 6-1.  Messrs. Speir and Buckingham of  Grand Forks were also over and played a number of sets with local players.  There were a number of spectators  from town and Phoenix and Grand  Forks and tea was served by the club  during the match.  For Ladle's and Gentle^  men's Watches that will  be a credit to the  wearer,  Plain or beautifully en'  graved cases, containing  works to make perfect  time pieces,  PRICES  RIGHT  Sole, Agents for Regina  Precision Watches,  Come and See  RENTING  HOUSES  an easy matter and a profitable'  business when decorated  with our  WALL PAPERS  Owners can ninke 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.  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  *  * ���  :1  ��  ���  .*��  .��  '��  ��  Greenwood, I  C.  *  ���:��  ��  900��0tt0��0000aa0000a00a000000ae00000ea000a������*��^*a������  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ELKHORN BREWERY  PORTMAN  & PORTMAN  *,'���'.'' 'O- '        .      :,.     .  Proprietors  &  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. L. Coles.  Books. Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  ft  0  d.as��!S-9:'9S.��s9a:aas999-a99atf>*'  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  The Elkhot-n Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  Greenwood -Mquor Co  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  WINES,  LIQUORS   AND  CIGARS  Sole Boundary Agents for  Pabst Brewing Co's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer  Also Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages  DRINK IRON BREW, a Life Preserver  JAS. McCREATM, PR0P  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  A. Logan & Co.  SWAYNE & CO.,  Proprietors-  We are prepared to furnish the  people of Green wuoU  with  the  PUREST OF COW'S MILK  ALSO CREAM.  . We intend delivering milk to  our customers every morning  iu pint, quart and two quart  buttles, made especially for the  trade. WE SOLICIT YOUR  SUPPORT.  OUR MILK  PURE AND  IS GUARANTEED  UNADULTERATED  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  ��  ��  ��  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  FINANGIAL I MINING AGENT  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT  CHASED   OR DEVELOPED.  .��  PUR- !  ��  ' ��� BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  Herns of ��ewjn and Country  ���������  What is Going on Hnd Being Done by People lUbo  Inhabit tbe Great Boundary Country.   ��   ��   ��   ��  ��  W. G. Gaunce returned last Saturday from a business trip to Spokane.  Delicious cream puffs, cakes and  pastry at Galloway Bros.  Frederic Keffer manager of the B.  C. Copper company visited Rossland  this week.  Rocking chairs for one dollar and up,  at Clint's, Copper st.  Duncan Mcintosh, superintendent of  the Providence, is away on a business  trip to Spokane.  The best oranges, lemons, and fruit  in season at Galloway Bros.  Mr., Savage, a. Northport business  man. who is interested in Deadwood  and Copper Camp claims, was in the  city this week.  J. H. Kennedy who had charge of  the Great Northern survey parties in  the Boundary, has returned as chief  engineer of construction.  '��� For Sale���Good, saddle horse and  cheap pack horses" also a gcod 2700  ;pound work team, light and heavy  wagons, carts and a black dress with  2nd band marriage license. A. L.  White, 2nd Hand Man.  Church of England.���Trinity Sunday, May 20th;: . There will be no celebration of the Holy Communion at 8 a.  m. .11 a.m., matins; 7.30 p.m., evensong and sermon, W. A. Robins,  rector. ,        ,      y<  ���': The McGill'.students spent Saturday,  ���Sunday and Monday in the vicinity of  Greenwood. They visited the various  mines and smelters. While here they  indulged.in-a game of bsll and met  with' defeat at' the hands of the local  team.  . Miss. E. Pauline Johnson, the Iroquois Indian poetess and J. Walter Mc-  Raye the delightful impersonator will  ���appear at the Auditorium on June 10th.  Both are clever entertainer's popular in  Greenwood and they are sure to be  greeted by a big house.  New line just. received, '-selling  chea*p": bird - cages, - child's baths,  ��� gfariiteware, "screen doors," poultry  netting or anything else to a litter of  kittens. See A. L. White, New and  Second.Hand Store.  Edenograph is the name of a new  paper published at Etderby by H. M.  Walker, formerly of New Denver.  Edenograph is an interesting publication, full of information regarding the  garden of British Columbia, the Okanagan valley/ '   .'  ;Tbe Greenwood Miner's Union were  hosts at a largely attended ball held in  _ the Masonic.halloa-Tuesday,evening.  A large number of those who attended  the Midway. celebration wound up the  ' day by taking part in the dance. The  music was excellent and all apparently  thoroughly enjoyed themselves.  H. R. Kirkpatrick who was resident  agent here for the Jas. Cooper Manufacturing-company about five years  ago spent a few days in the city this  week. His company was recently  merged into the Allis-Chalmers company. . M ��� Kirkpatrick had some  ousiness a ,.ie coast and having a few  days to spare came to Greenwood to  renew old associations.  W. A. Scott, representing the Engineering and Mining Journal of New  York, was in the city this week.  W. H. P. Clement, of Grand Forks  who was attending Court here, returned home to-day,  C. Scott Galloway has joined the  fiim of Elkins & Hodges and will have  charge of the fire insurance department. F. M. Elkins, who has been  appointed district manager for the  New York Life Insurance Company  and general agent for Southern British  Columbia for the Dominion of Canada  Guarantee and ��� Accident Insurance  Company, will, devote most of his  time to- looking after the business pf  these two companies.  Grand Forks is to be headquarters  for hospital accommodations for the  .Curlew-Midway branch, as well as for  the Phoenix branch and the Granby  spur. Dr. E. R. Northrop, the well  known physician of that city will have  charge of the entire hospital,- and will  be assisted by another physician -who  has not yet been selected A building  has already been engaged for that purpose in the West end of the town, being a large double house built by A.  W. Anderson, which has accommodations for 25 or 30 patients. The building is located close to where the spur  will leave the main line.  Pat Welch was in Greenwood yesterday. Everytime there, is a boom iu  the Boundary country Pat Welch is  mixed up in it. In 1899 when all the  Boundary towns were enjoying good  times Mr. Welch and his associates  were building the C. & W. railway.  Today he is managing the Great  Northern railway contract for J. W.  Stewart. In a few days active work  will be commenced all along, the line  from Grand Forks to Phoenix. The  sub-contractors are on the ground.  Construction outfits are arriving daily  and there is a busy hum about Grand  Forks which could not be heard a few  weeks ago. With about 2,000 men distributed between Gtand Forks and  Phoenix, the outlook for lively times  in these townti is bright. Greenwood's  turn will come a little later on when  the road from ,Eholt to Midway down  Boundary Creek will be built.  The Dominion Government has carried out its promise to stock Boundary  Creek and Long Lake with fish.  About two week ago Colin B. Sword,  Provincial Fisheries Inspector, and  Mr. Mitchell, superintendent of the  Dominion hatchery near Kault, visited  the Boundary waters and secured the  assistance of C. L. Thomet in the  work they wished to do. Mr. Sword  returned-to- the Coast "but Messrs.'  Mitchell and Thomet went up to the  lakes up the West Fork district and  secured fry there anS in James Creek.  Unfortunately during the trip Mr.  Mitchell had his face badly poisoned  by poison ivy. He was nursed at Mr.  Thomet's residence. For some days  he was totally blind but has now fully  recDvered from the effects of the  poisonous weed., . The fry was planted  this week in Long Lake and Boundary  Creek and in a short time it is expected  that these waters will have plenty of  the gamey fish from the West Fork  waters.  Ralph  Smailes  early next week.  is    expected   home  N. Mclnnes of the smelter staff left  this week on a visit to friends in the  East. |  S. F. Parrish, well known in the  Boundary, has resigned his position as  manager of |trje Le Roi Company at  Rossland. i  Rev. Father Bedard returned yester-  d: y from Nelson. He accompanied  J: is Lordship Bishop Dontenwill to  that point.  Construction cm the Grand Trunk  Pacific will be! commenced on the  Western, section simultaneously with  the Eastern section.  W. T. Smithj is shipping ore from  one of his Summit camp properties, to  the Granby smelter. He has five men  employed and expects to get out a carload a day. The property adjoins the  Emma.  P. T. McCallum of Grand Forks  recently sold a portion of the McCallum property below Midway to two  gentlemen from London, England,  who intend going in for fruit raising  on an extensive scale.  A trestle near Fife was destroyed  by fire Tuesday afternoon. Since  then a transfer had to be made at that  point thus delaying the incoming train  about four hours. A new bridge has  been erected.  John Andrean, of the B. C. Copper  Company's smelter staff, leaves tomorrow for the World's Fair at St.  Louis. After spending some time  there he will go to Hadley to take a  position under Paul Johnston.  Rev. J. D. P. Knox has been reappointed to Greenwood by the'stationing committee of the Methodist  conference which met in New Westminister last week. Mr. Knox has  labored earnestly here and his congregation an numerous friends in  other demoninations are rejoicing that  he will continue his good work in  their midst.  Superintendent Lawrence.  A Winnipeg dispatch states that J.  S. Lawrence will succeed F. F. Bus-  teed as superintendent of the Kootenay Division of the C. P. R. Mr.  Bust'eed has been promoted to the  position of assistant to Chief Engineer  Tye with headquarters at Winnipeg.  Mr. Lawrence's appointment will be  popular in the Boundary where he is  well known. He is one of the pioneer  officials of the C. P. R. in the Kootenay and it was expected thatjong ere  this his faithful service would have  been recognized with a substantial  promotion. He is thoroughly acquainted with the requirements of the service  in the Kootenav and is sure to give  satisfaction not only to his company  but to the public.  CARD OF THANKS.  The ladies of the Roman Catholic  church wish to thank the members of  the Miner's Union who kindly gave  their assistance Tuesday evening and  also the members of Lodge A. F. & A.  M. for use of their hall.  This week we are showing  a very fine line of   FOR MEN ONLY  And all the little things  that help-to keep the  male face clean,  'Boker Razors,  Torreys Strops,  Shaving Mugs,  Lather brushes,  Shaving Soaps,  Shaving Creams.  ^ \ Mtf  THOMAS   BRHG   C  ���El "We  live  to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom ~3  |r but in order to live you must get the best to eat. ~3  118  TRY   OUR  (I  E      OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON      3  I The New INDEPDNDENT MEAT MARKET 1  ��"~-   'Phone  ���~   No. 20.  The Union Meat Company |  INBS0R  ERNEST J. CARTIER/Proprietor.  Finest FurnisM House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout ' with electric' lights."  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells all others.  * . ��  ft         .a**^ __,                                                                                                  *    ��� &  * : ��� : ill 'J'       ft  WHY RUN THAT OLD MACHINE WHEN YOU CAN TRADE  IT FOR A NEW DROP HEAD  SINGER AND PAY THE BALANCE MONTHLY "  The Singer leads and can be bought on jou  own  terms.  that will not do, try our stock of second hand machines of all   *  =   *  *  -    ��  "���    *  ,   ft  ��� *  ��  *  *  *  ��� ��  *  If   $  makes.    A full stock of needles and sundries for all standard  makes. ���  SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.  OFFICE AT:  , T. M. Gulley & Co.'s Furniture Store.  N. H  LAMONT, Agent.  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  *#ft��ft����ft*��ft��ftftftftftftft*ft����#ft#��t����ft����*ft��i������(��<i^WtfStf0^#^#^^ft^J!(5  tt#ft��$$#��a����Hc^��ftaftft$ft::.'&<:tft#��#ftftftftft$ft#a^  I .���Palace Merv $taM��* I  Tlie Finest  Turnouts  in Boundary  Crec  District.  ssuumMMiS;,  .Bantiermair $ Cewi$���  Proprietors.  Our Phone Number is    -     -     -    -    -    13.  ftftftft����?��00ftft��ft<!t����ft����ftft#ft����������0����#��0^#tt0tttt04>v#4tf(.,4tt^g  g IN PERFECT SIMPLICITY ~"  ��     PERFECT RELIABILITY AND  p STRENGTH  S^   Tlle Waterman  Ideal  Fountain  fc_ Pen excels in  ~E Quality of Materials  Perfection of Workman  ship  Simplicity of Construct  ion  With   no oliance for deterl- *^S'  oration,  and   no    valves  or ~-^g.  complicated   meclianisni   to ���^  tret out of order, it is the ^J  Pen without a Peer. ~5  FOR SALE BY irS  Smith & mcRaei  We ltuep your pen in perfect order. dS  ^illiiilUiiiilUiiiiUUiUiiiiiliiUiiiilliiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiliiliUiui

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