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Array s  *��  I- "Slam "��*"=���'.,*,.���  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, MAY S,  1902  No. 37  HARRY  Greenwood Citizens Tender  Complimentary Banquet.  IT I IMPERIAL HOI  Retiring Mine Superintendent Entertained by His Friends.  "Better lo'ed ye canna be; will ye  no come back again," printed on the  menu card and sung- from 40 lusty  throats, told the story of Capt. Harry  John's popularity in Greenwood. Dtu>  ing his five'years' residence here he  has always been a good friend of  Greenwood and Greenwood citizens  were not slow to show their appreciation at a banquet given in his honor at  the Imperial on Monday evening.  Many references were made to his  success as mine superintendent, his  consideration as an employer of labor,  his splended good fellowship and the  hope was universally expressed that  he would be back again within a short  time.  Albert I. Goodell superiutedent of  the Sunset smelter presided and seated  arourd the table with him besides the  guest of the evening were :  Messrs. Robt. Andetson, W. G. H.  Belt, LeB. DeVeber, H. P. Dickinson,  F.r. M. Elkins, Dr. Foster, Malcolm  Galbraith, A. I. Goodell, W. T, Hunter,  W. 15. Hodges, Carl Holman, "J. J.  Johns, Wm. Johns. F. M..Keller. W.  M. Law, Peter Lover, R. Liden, W.  G. McMynn, J. E. McAllister, E. VV.  Monk, D. Mcintosh, H. F. Mytton, E.  Nicholson, S. S. Oppet-iheimer, S. b\  Parrish, G. A. Rendell, Duncan Ross,  Randolph Stuart, A. K. Stuart, E. G.  Warren, E. J. Wilson, A. M. Whiteside, R. P. Williams, R..Van Norden.  The dinner itself left nothing lo he  desired. It was well cooked and well  served and included many delicacies  to whet the apnetite.  The toast list opened with ''The  King" whose name was received wich  ihat splendid enthusiasm that i.s al-  __ways,shp\vn_j3y..thecitizens of Green  wood and this was followed by the  toast to the guest of tho evening proposed by the chairman. Capt. Joints  in replying expressed his appreciation  of the good feeling shown by the  people of Greenwood. He had every  hope in the ultimate future of the  Boundary and although he was leaving  for a lime, he did not think he could  keep away. He liked the district and  its mines and above all its people and  he would be glad to come back among  them again.  "The mining and smelting indusvry''  was proposed by Duncan Ross and in  rising to respond J. E. McAllister, tho  new superintendent of the h. V. C'-���,-*  company's smelter received ..  ,y  welcome. He said he had been hero  before and {since then his hair had  turned gray because he was always  worrying about getting an opportunity to come back. The other side waa  all right but he was glad to get back  to the Boundary, as he believtd Capt.  Johns would be. It was going to make  a great mining and smelling district  and he was determined to do his little  share in making it stick.  Mr. Keffer jocularly said that the  smelters had a reputation for holding  up the whole country. He believed  however that the Boundary smelters  would hold up' the district only in a  way that would contribute to its best  interests. Here in the Boundary ore  could be mined and smelted cheaper  than any other place in the world and  he had every confidence in the future  of the district.  Duncan Mcintosh said that the  Boundary was the only district which  stood up against all obstacles. Dull  times and reverses came but development continued and the Boundary was  a winner.  S. F. Parrish, manager of the I,e  Roi, proposed a toast  to the Boundary  district. He also expressed his absolute confidence in the Boundary. lis  possibilities were limitless and with  the remarkable economies which could  he nfleeted, the output of profit bearing ore could he increased to a remarkable extent.  H. F. Mytton in reply slated thai  his fifteen months residence in the  Boundary had convinced liiin that -this  was a district worth living in and ;i  district which offered splendid inducements. He also expressed confidence  in its mines and other resources and  he believed that those who staid with  the district would yet make money.  W. T. Hunter in proposing a toast to  the city of Greenwood paid an eloquent  tribute to Harry Johns and to the prospects for the city. The reply was  made by W. M. Law who as ,t business man expressed his conviction tliat  Greenwood was today the best town in  the interior and with the development  of the mining and smelting interests  would yet be a large and substantial  city. The growth was probably slow  but H was no less sure.  Mr. McMynn briefly replied to a  toast to. the Gold Commissioner, Mr.  Mytton the proposer complimenting  this country upon the way law and  order was maintained. Rob. Anderson  foreman at the B. C. and Carl Holman  foreman at the Mother Lode briefly  responded to a toast to the men behind  the mines, and short speeches were  made by A. K. Stuart and others.  During tin evening songs were, sung  by Messrs. Van Norden, A. M. Whiteside, Peter Lover, A. K. Stuart, S. F.  Parrish, W. G. McMynn and others.  At midnight Auld Ling Syne and  God Save the King brought the successful banquet to a close.  Liberals of Interior Organize at Nelson.  8188  Matters Affecting Party Organization  Were Discussed.  might be adopted. While there was a  unanimous feeling that something  should be done, it was fell that in view  of the many conflicting views, particularly with reference to the proper  solution of the South East Kootenay  tangle thai a careful inquiry should be  made before definite action was taken.  A resolution on the silver-lead question was read and passed, G. O.  Buchanan, who had just returned from  Ottawa, addressed the convention explaining the silver-lead situation. He  also stated that Liberals were certain  aud Conservatives admitted that Sir  Wilfrid Laurier would be returned by  even a larger majority at the next  general election.  A resolution was passed by the convention affirming confidence in Sir  Wilfrid and expressing admiration for  him.  Nelson Liberals were thanked for  the many courtesies extended.  Fatally Injured.  As Former Greenwood  Resident Attempts Suicide.  A distressing affair took place Wednesday afternoon about four o'clock in-  the rear of the Occidental hotel on  Vernon street.  Mrs. J. C. Gotipil, who has been  suffering from suicidal mania, following a severe attack of typhoid fever,  jumped from a second story w'nd'.w in  the building and broke her back. She  was living last night,but'therc is practically no hope of her surviving. The  dangerous malady which caused the  attempt, first developed about three  weeks ago, when she was still feeling  very weak after her long illness. Since  then she made two attempts to end her  life by opening the arteries of her  arms, but both of these- attempts were  frustrated in time. Wednesday morning' after a medical examination it was  decided to take her to the asylum ai  New Westminister for treatment, and  she was to have left on the evening  train accompanied by her husband.  Mrs. Gotipil is thirty-four years of  age, and has three children, the eldest  of whom, a son, is now at Camp McKinney, in the Similkameen, and the  other two are at school iu the east.  Eniversal sympathy is felt for the  husband.���Nelson News  WE WARRANT EVERY BOTTLE.  If troubled with rhematism, give  Chamberlain's Pain Balm atrial. It  will not cost you a cent if he does no  good. One application will relieve the  pain. It also cures sprains and bruises  in one-third the time required by any  other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinsy, pains in the side and  chest, glandular and other swellings  are quickly cured by applying it.livery  bottle warranted. For sale by J. L.  White,Greenwood, and A. F. Thomas,  Midway.  Charles Webster, charged with arson  in setting lire to the cabin of the late  Jolly Jack was Wednesday bound over  by Stipendiary Magistrate McMynn  to appear for trial at the next court of  competent jurisdiction. As mentioned  last week, the accused claims that tlie  cabin is ou rt pre-emption he purchased  some time since, aud after Jolly Jack's  death it was only a harbor i'or tramps,  so he destroyed it to get rid of the  tramp nuisance.  Mrs. Duncan Knss left, on Tuesday  for Spokane where Mie will visit with  her parents.  All electoral districts in Kootenay  and the Boundary save Cranbrook were  represented at the Liberal Convention  which was held in Nelson on Wednesday and Thursday last. The purposes  of the council are described in the constitution are being to discuss and take  action upon all questions affecting the  general welfare of the people residing  within the jurisdiction of the association and more particularly all matters  pertaining to and affecting the Liberal  party of the country. Officers were  elected and Rossland chosen as the next  place of meeting which under the constitution is held on the third Wednesday in January.  The convention assembled in the  Board of Trade rooms at 11 o'clock  Wednesday morning. Dr. Hall .president of the Liberal association was  voted to the chair and Duncan Ross  appointed secretary. A credential  committee Reported delegates in attendance as follows:  Fernie���F. G. Watson.  Windemere���(Proxy.)  Kaslo���A. W. Goodenough, D. P.  Kane and W. F. Whellam. .  Sandon���(Proxy )  Ymir���A. Parr and A. B.Buckworth.  Nelson���Dr. G. A. B. Hall, F. J.  Deane, A. B. Docksteader.  Trail���A. McMillan, and A. Dickson.  Rossland���J. A. Macdonald, J, Stin-  scu and R. W- Grigor.  Grand Forks���W. H. P. Clement Dr.  K. C. Macdonald.  Greenwood���Duncan Ross, W. S.  Keith, and D. C. McRae.  Midway���James McNicol.  Revelstoke���(Proxy.)  After the adoption of the constiution  and" by laws-officers'-were'-el ected"as~  follows:  President���J. A. Macdonald, K. C,  Rossland.  Vice-President���Dr. G. A. B. Hall,  Nelson.  Secretary-Treasti rer���D.Ross, Greenwood.  Executive Committee���Jas. McNich-  oll, Midway; F. G. Watson, Fernie;  F. J. Deane, Nelson; M. L. Grimmet,  Sandon; W. Lawrence, Revelstoke; W.  H. P. Clement, Grand Forks; A. B.  Buckworth, Ymir; A. VV. Goodenough,  Kaslo; R. A. Khnpton, Windermere;  R. W, Grigor, Rossland.  The convention placed itself on record in the matter of parts lines iu the  next provincial campaign by the unanimous adoption of the following resolution:  "That with a view to the establishment of a really responsible government iu this province the liberals of  British Columbia should enter the provincial arena as a party and that in  every riding a liberal candidate should  be nominated fo- the next general  election."  Following the passage of this resolution there was a general discussion of  important topics affecting the party's  interests both in provincial and dominion affairs.  Wednesday evening the visitors were  the guests of the Nelson Liberals at a  banquet g-iven at the Hotel Phair. S.  S. Taylor- K. C. presided and some  s-plendid after dinner speeches were  made.  Tuesday morning a resolution was  passed deprecating the present polie-  with respect to the administration of  public lauds aud requesting the executive to iuq-iire into the matter so that  a definite policy of how best to conserve   aud   dispose   of    public    lands  BALL PLAYERS BALL  TENNESSEE  E.   J.   Wilson   Appointed  Manager Le Roi Smelter  SI  I  Successful Career of Mr. Wilson as  a Smelter Man-  Phoenix Falls by   the   Wayside at  Greenwood.  (BY   PECK'S   BAD  BOY)  Let dogs delight to bark and bite,  And wicked girls tell lies.  But your little mitts were never made  '.. To catch those awful flies.  Now, that isn't' exactly what we  started iu to murmcr when we say that  a game of base ball was pulled off last  Sunday between the strong arms from  Greenwood and Phoenix in this city.  All Greenwood aud a man and a yellow  dog from the Forks were there. After  the players of both teams had batted,  caught and turned handsprings for  half an hour, Plinky Warren was seen  to emerge from ambush and looking at  his Waterhury clock a few seconds  said, "play ball" and at it they went.  You talk about ball playing, well, it  was of such a kind that had old man  Anson of Chicago been a spectator  would have no doubt signed the entire  push.  Phoenix went to bat first and made  a two spot. Then Greenwood passed  out with two. The next four innings  both teams went into the egg business,  neither side scoring. In the next  three innings Greenwood made five  and Phoenix 4 ���thus winning the game  by 7 to 6.  Lack of about a mile of space forbids  a proper write up. For the home team  "Doe" Thomas on second did some remarkable work. By the playing of  All-around Thompson the rooter freaks  came to the conclusion he had seen a  game before. There's no flies on  .Sherma.u JJavnesjiti;lie_box. ^ He puts  such a curve on the balls that the flies  can't get near him. Si Perkins was  there with the goods behind the bat���  big mitts, chest protector, mask, etc  Jack McBain's work on first was like  the printing we do���neat, clean and  attractive, Chimmy Wortman and  Willie Medill's playing was like a baking powder advertisement���absolutely  pure a so forth and etc.  For Phoenix, they played ball���but  like whiskey will improve with age.  BASE  HITS.  Charlie Dunn, did not play on the  nine, but was doing some grand stand  playing with the ladies, and had many  a close shave.  Doc Simmons who carried the bats  for a nine down in the herring belt a  few years back, said the game reminded him of those 'appy  days down  'ome.  "Did you notice it"? Saunders was  score keeper.  No arrests were made, as no bases  were stolen.  Jimmy Phee was there iu all his  glory, aud every time a home player  did good work, Jimmy gave him that  beautiful bow, as only Jimmy can.  The joint committee having in charge  the'work of publishing a booklet descriptive of Greenwood and surrounding  camps, are anxious lo secure the hearty  cooperation of alt interested. Photographs of places of interest including  mining- scenes would be acceptable  and any one who has such a photograph would further the work by handing the same to either J. L. White or  T. M. Gulley the sub-committee who  have charge ot this department of the  1 work.  S. F. Parrish general manager of  the Le Roi Mining & Smelting- company who was in Greenwood this week,  has announced that BJ. J. Wilson M. E.  of this city has been appointed manager of the company's smelter at  Northport. Since Mr. Parrish assumed  the management of the Le Roi he has  been on the look out for a suitable man  to take charge of the company's big  smelting plant, and Mr. Wilson, was  selected only after lengthy correspondence and mature deliberation. Before the appointment was made Mr.  Parrish had letters from some of the  largest smelting concerns in America,  and each and every one spoke in highest terms of Mr. Wilson's ability as a  smelter man and his good business  judgment.  The position of manager of the  Northport Smelter is one of the best  and most sought after in the northwest.  The salary is the highest paid in the  smelter business. The smelterhas six  furnaces, roasters, etc., and has a cap- ���-���  acity of about 1500 tons a day. It  treats Le Roi and other Rossland  ores.  Although a comparatively young  man, being only 36 years of age, Mr.  Wilson has had a long and successful  experience as a smeltor man. He is a  graduate of Massachusetts Institute  of Technology, taking his degree of  mining'engineer and metallurgist in  1886. He is a life member of the  American Institute of Mining Engineers and being a good American he  is proud of belonging to the society of  the Sons of the American Revolution,  although that has nothing to do with  his record as a smelter man.  His first position as a smelter superintendent- was at -Monterey���Mexico*-  where he had charge of a large smelter during 91, 92 and 93. He then had  charge of smelters for the Omaha &  Grant Smelting Company in Colorado  and Mexico. He remained with this  big company for three years, when  James Breen who is considered one of  the most astute and successful smelter  men in the Northwest, offered him a  position as his confidential man. Mr.  Wilson accepted and remained with  him for three years after which he accepted a position with the Boston &  Montana Company at Great Falls.  Shortly afterwards Price Bros of Quebec who had invested heavily in the  Boundary engaged Mr. Wilson to take  charge of their smelter at Boundary  Falls and look after their interests  here. He has been representing the  Price Bros up to the time he received  the position of manager of the North-  port smelter.  The position was unsolicited on his  part and as has already been stated it  was offered him after a searching investigation by Mr. Parrish, who after  receiving such strong recommendation  from big smelting concerns decided to  tender Mr. Wilson the position.  Mr. Wilson's many Greenwood  friends are congratulating him upon  this flattering position. He will take  charge at Northport in a few days.  D. C. McRae, of Smith & McRae,  was over in Nelson this week purchasing fancy goods for the Christmas  trade.  Mr. and   Mrs.   Henry Johns  left on  Tuesday on a vacation  which   will  be  spent in Spokane, Portland and other  | coast cities.  I The Rev. Donald Stewart, presby-  jterian minister will occupy Dr. Mc-  ��� Ra��'s pulpit during the lattor'i abMnce Page 6  THE   J30UNDAKV   OKEiiK   TIMES   3^   Till:  l./\TI:ST  DCSIi'.SS IN  IrtPOI'JTIiO  WOOLLENS   TO  SI:Lt'.t.'.T IT,'(.V\.  ^mJi  ojppkk stkm;t  GREENWOOD,   B.  C.  ailing, Pressing and Repairing Done  FIT AND  FINISH  GUARANTEED.  O. KflX 252. iMM'Osri'l-:  WINDSOR   1IOTKT,  Zhi  Boundary Creek Time-j  Tissued every Friday  DnncAN Ross   SUBSCRIPTIONS IN AI > V A !\'</K  Pkk Vear   Six Months   To  FORKION   CdllNlKIKH.  Thos Hardy has sold his grocery  si.'rk at Phoenix to the Hunter Ken-  drielc Company and Morrin & Thompson. It is slated that he will engage  in business in Greenwood.  ��� The Chinese are rapidly becoming  Maxaoinc. iCnrioR civilized. Sing Psalm, or Psalm Sing  :: city Chinaman, now rides a bike.  The next thing will be hearing of the  Chinese taking to lawn tennis and  "-���If.  WHEN OUGHT   WE TO  GO TO A DENTIST?  Many think it nnnecessary  to devote particular attent-  tion tn tlie teeth until the  appearance nf the mouth is  affected bv damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  iill pain compels them.  The stupidity and shortsightedness of cither policy is  evident.  Everyone who thinks a  moment on the subject knows  that food cannot lie masticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, inflamed, decayed, or  othervise out of working- order;  aud if this be the case, the mouth  requires immediate attention.  DK. MATHISON  DENTIST  N.ideu-Flcioil Ulock, Greenwood. B. C.  puauuuiiiiiiiaiiuiuiiiiiii.miii!iyiiuiiiuuimiauiuiiii^  ���o  ��������o  . :? 2 ml  ... 1 r-  2 ?<>  FRJIlAY.   MAV S. l'W.  Pool and billiard tables  for sale  or  r- nl. A. L. White & Co.  LIBERAL COUNCIL.  The success attending- the orynniza-  tion meeting' at Nelson should be v.  matter of gratification not only to  Liberals but to all oilers interested in  the Province. It is ifenerally recognized that the only satisfactory way  sound and stable government e;m lie  secured in this province is by dividing-  the people into two distinct parties  The government would then b;: directly  responsible to its own party and would  be amenable to its discipline. After  all, the great mass of the people, both  .Liberalsand Conservatives, arc.blessed  with ftood intentions, and a. gnverr-  ment controlled by either party is mon-  likely to do rijjht than a. govern men!  which is left free to fall a victim to  the seductive wiles of the land  grabber and all other grafters. For  this reason the public generally welcome, any movement towards party  lines. They are more anxious t<>  secure good government in this province than tlicy are fi.r tin; success i-'  their own party.  Liberals will take special satisfaction  out   the   fact   that   the    Liberals   of  Kootenay and the   Boundary  enn   discuss matters of public  importance and  questions   of      political    organizalic n  without    any    serious    disngreemeni  -The^-discussions -were- often - spirited  but at no time  was there  any  danger  that the meeting would  develop   into a  beargarden.    Other parts of  the  province   could   profitably   take   a   l'.:-:.s"ii  from the example thussid Mid at future  conventions     avoid      the     dangerous  shoals     of     personal       hatred       an i  ambitions.    The party should be aft--r  all   stronger   than   the individual and  the exercise of  sound  judgment   and  tact can regulate such matters without  unseemly    squabbles.     The    meeting  was more of a business than a political  one.   The  object  was  not  so much to  exploit political   views  or  mak<.-  platforms   as   it   was  to  discuss  the best  methods of securing thorough   organization   and   concerted   action    in    Ih-r:  territory   represented.     The   interior  Liberal   council   can  do  good work in  promoting- the interest.-, of  the Liberal  party and thus promote tin-  best   interests of this province.  JUST WHAT YOU NEED  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets are just what you need when  constipated; when you have no appetite, feel dull after eating and wake up  with a bad taste in your mouth. They  will improve your appetite.cieanse"and  invigorate your stomach and give you  a relish for your food. For sale by  J. I,. White Greenwood and A. F.  Thomas Midway.  yy&s    BOUNDARY   VALLEY    LODGE  ',.v.^~ No. 3 8, 1.0. 0. F.  U-uis uvury   Tuesday  levelling :it SCO in  the  I j. '.). 0. V. Hall.    A" cordial  invi tiitionisex-  ivisdod lo all sojourn in-;- bretlierii.  I   I.I. A. llANSICUMAiN, l-'RED  li. HOI.MKS.  i N. fi. Reci.-Soe  Do not  wail   till sp mi.lv  is up      you with if s ��"���  vat ni; cli-i    s,  gin lo brighten  up your  rooms now.     These new  light ellects arc just the  thing   for   our   climate  and    delight    al!     who ;  seen    them.    Our i  stock is already   dimin- j  ishing; it has   proved to j  he    just     what    people j  want. i  H^56-:@&:g;&6;��-:@ieig-:&:e&e:S.:5j.:g-g.:e^  Onr stock  0- S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered lo any pail of City.  pi  in this line is coiii|ili.'te and    if  embraces a lnrst'r assortment tliaii lias   �����  ever before hci-n t.liowu  to sportsmen.   ���$  InsDi-ctlon solii-iu-d. OT  S  ...Prices Right. |  ��  sen  m  &  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. It. Coles.  ��   Books, Stationery, Office Snuplies, Etc.  Is  ���%.��@S-a:-S;3.-Si:-3S'-aa:-9^:-3;S'-3:-��  On sliort notice we will have your paper put on the 5^  Avails. Work done oti]y by tlie best and experienced .����:  tradesineii. ����:  ^ Books, Papers, Oflice Supplies. Phone 34. SZ:  �����&;  4m  P  m  s5sss  m  IS*  ���x&a  m  '>$��>  an i in iufl  CEO. K. NADEN,  ���Ianagcr.  REPRESENTING :  Tlie Phoenix Fire Assurance The British   America   Assut  Co. of London, TCnfrlaud. ance Co., of Toronto.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe insurance Company.  The  Canadian   Birkbeck   Investment and Savings Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  HEAL ESTATE,  THE ;^  a matter of Foresight  Recently renovated   and  refurnished,  may be  se-  ._ .-^^-"icd ,lor.- hid 1 s, ,���.,con cei: ts ._._i.^..  etc.,   at reasonable rates  Apply to      :      :    :     :     :  ���. W. WILSON,   Secretary.  Corporation of the Cilv of Greenwood.  Court of Revision.  Notice is Imreby i;ireii tliat the- Cuurtol Kiv  I vision Ior Un? purpose of licarinif all coinplaints  .-iLiaiost liiu assessnmiit lor tilt- year 1lJU.*i. as  mail---hy tliu assessor uf tliu city of (irectiu-oul  i\ill bo. held al the city hall, OiVeitH-ood, on  Monday. Juno 1st, V>i��. at 1(1 a. in.  Any person deemiinr himself oniniilled or  otherwise improperly assessed must if ivp. notice  in writinir to the assessor of the (rround <if his  complaint at least ten days before the sittum-  of such court.  K. 11. TAYLOK.  April ^7th. I'i'C. C. JI. C.  Local and Personal.  Mayor Smailes left on Monday for  Victoria and Ottawa in connection  with theapplicatiou for a subsidy for  the Midway it Verinm Kaihvay.  Fred W. lirown. of Caiijary, is visiting-his brother J. R. Hrown Ihe well  known Greenwood Barrister.  Piano's and sewing- machines tor  sale or rent,' snaps, at O. I. C, 2nd  hand store.  The services in the Methodist chu:'ch  next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.  will be conducted by the p;i.-,tor K'ev.  J. D. P. Knox.  and  <%  A Larg\: assortment of  English Ju .Tubes and other  fa no v candies.  Many  cases  of  e}re trouble  are averted by early application of proper lenses.    Pre  sent ~neglect--means'---future  trouble.  Druggist and Optician,  Greenwood, B. C.  THE NEW  Copper Street.  ��3,  P5'  MKALS  AT AU HOUKS  PRIVATE   BOOMS   VOR  I.ADIKS.  *  Charles R. 'Pittock  TRY  OUR   COPFRE  cProp'r.  *"��� i? & $" *" a��* V? *? V Of J? ^ 1? H" i? 5>" Jj   ^ ��* Z" 5'.'" Ji" F V fi" S? 2? i<" J? Sf ii" i? tf f  *��� *��� *- ��*������ *'- *" J? *'" ��' *" t? J? *? S��' J*" t>' K4    Sii v* -.'.5 jt ./t trt jfi jt Ji jfi ,4 ,jj jjtjtjfij).  R GRIEGER, Manager.  ,S ^ JS ,M ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ J* g _..* y^ r< v, >s   g, J, ^ g, ^ ^ jpig, jp jp g, g, g. g, g, p, g   THE BEST SEEK IN .TOWN"IS MADE BY  fcfc  Kemodelled, Renovaicd and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. flood Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses   CO TO TIIK   PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Boitlcf; by all the leading Hotel  ^mm^mmmmmmmmmmmmMmd  A, C. DAVIES.  ni an (15V  Copper Street. I        Near McNeill's Feed Store.  CP*  CP<  <��?  CP*  iCP*  'CP*  \CP*  \CP*  \CP*  \CP*  \CP*\  \CP*\  \CP*'  & ��  Capital, all paid up $!2,000,000.  Rest.  . .$8,000,1)00.  l'rcsi.J.Mii .    T.okii S-ri.-,\-riK'.i.v,i and Miiijst N'ur.u.  ViiTe-l'ri'.-itlcnt :    Hon. i;i-:oHi-.r: A. Dki'SsMonii.  (loner.lI  r,I;in:ifr��;r :    K. S   t.'i.Mt.'sroN.  Brandies in London, En;  I'uy  and soil Sttrlintr K:  Tirvellor!-* Cretlits, availab!  Greenwood Branch,  ,,       J ,Ali T.�� i'n,,ci,>al    I     ^    y^^    fftfrM  ISny  and soil Stcrlinir Kxclianirc -j.m\ Criblc Transfers  Travel!t*rjr* Cret'tts, av:i:��a��>!is hi any var: -��t" tlip '.vorltl.-  Grar.t C<��nnnen*ial an   F. j. FINUCANE, Manager. *(  TIIK    BOUJN >AY  CREEK    TIMliS  ���U.;-  osj.eciiilly coprer. lh;ii   yield f;ili-i  tilfiuri \ve;il th lo the i i<nicer in re -!<.>*��� :-o-  tors i:i our Hster ivi.ublic. ������> '���  TOKONTu   f.l.OHl'.  Mi". Greenwriy's \-isil 1<> Ottawa  has resulted in a premise bv (lie'  Dominion Government to look into the character ol* the alleged  conspiracy to keep up the price of  lumber to the northwest settler.  That there is an agreement between the wholesale and Die retail dealers cannot be disputed,  for it has been published in detail and its correctness lias not,  been challenged. The official inquiry will-probably show whether  tlieir action is a violation of the  criminal code or not.  Mr, Greenwav's opinion is that  the best way to break up the conspiracy is to take the duty off  dressed lumber. Tlie scarcity ot  wood workitio- factories in the  northwest has a ��-ootl deal 1<> do  with the question, because settlers naturally desire to buy only  dressed lumber when they are in  a hurry to put up houses.  PHOKN.1X   l'lO.N'lU'.K.  Fifty cents a ton may not  sound like much of an increase in  the price of coke, hut it means in  the neighborhood of an additional cost of $100 per day tothe  Granby smeller alone, or about  $5,500 to the three Boundary  smelters per month.  SPOKESMAN   KHVimV.  The catastrophe at Frank was  unquestionably one of the most  disastrous ever recorded in -western Canada. There has been a  large loss of life, a great destruction of property, and a damage  wrought that will require a. long  period i'or complete repair. A.  husy community has been practically wiped out, and the mishap  was so overwhelming that the  sufferers hardly realize how cx-  tensiAc the devastation has been.  Unfortunately, much of the  loss is of a kind that can never  be made good, But the damage  to the coal properties, while large  in a money sense, is not .permanent, and steps will no doubt be  taken to reestablish the town  and resume the operations that  were so suddenly aud shockingly  interrupted. It will take time to  recover from the loss, and the  occurauce will long be remembered as among the most unique and  thrilling iu dominion annals,  Happily, there has not beeu a  destruction of the resources on  account of which tha town was  built, and it is probably-only a  question of time when there will  be a reconstruction of the ill fated  place and a resumption of its  chief industry.  affairs. Lint a I'kr all : aid a:ni  done what ca:i wo expect I'mni  such a source ':  MINKIIA',   Al T.  Certificate of Improvements  JK\VEr< MliHT.-ii Claim, situate ill tin! 1C.-L!I--?  River .viuinir Division of Yule District.  Where located: -In Triple r<:il<i: Camp.  TAKE NOTICK tliil I C. A. K.  Shaw r.,^.it  for Wellington   ISlsoii   I'rec  Miner's certi lienle  No. ll-MIHM. intern). Sixty   davs   from   Uie   dale j  hereof, lo apply to t lie Mining   i-'ecorder   for   :\ '  e<'n ilicau* ol Improvements, for Ihe puopose of ]  ohtuinino; a I-row it c.ratu. of ihe aboi ;��� claim  And further   mice   notice   lliat   aclion, utiler  s-ciion .w. aiti:.i he commenced befo e ilie   issu- j  ance of such eert: licaic of improvements. |  Dated lliis Twelfth  dav of September. A. II.  l'HU.  C. A. !���:. Sha-.v.   I". I.'S  MlNKKAl. ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements,  TI'l'O.V     I'HACTIONAI.    M i llOral Clailll,   Sillllltcill  the   Keith?   K'iver  Mininir Division of Vale  District.     Where  located:���in   l.uny  T.nUe  Caltl|i.  TAKic N'dtick that I M:irv Oarland   Free  .Miner's   certilii'.-ite   No. 1.U175I. imend.   sixlv  days  from  the dale hereof, lo apply to tlio MiiiiniL' recorder for a   ceriilicate   of   Inipiv\ciiic.iils, for  the purpose ofobiainii!*/ a crown  (nam of the  above, claim.  And furtlie.i-take  notice   that   action,   tinder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such cerlilicnle of improvements.  D.ued this 5th day of May A. D. l'Ki.i,  Marv oat land.  %  FURNITURE  CARPETS  CKERV  GLASSWARK  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE I  BAR GOODS  The   largest    hotels   anil   titu'st  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us tlirouu-hottt  \  VICTORIA. B. C.  tisssssssssfsjsxss^eas^  MIN Eli AT, ACT  Certificate of improvements.,  t.'OTlCK.  "DANDY" otd-.SlJuM'RISli; 1'KACTIOS'A I.-'  Minerzt 1! aims. >i��.:iute in the Kettle Kiver  Minin*c   . ivi^ion of Yale Disti-'u.i.  Where ��� < a led :    (Jiwnwoud C.-'-ip  TAKE sOTICE tli.it I, John 1' Mcl.eod.  Fret Miner's Cei,t.i licate. No. 1;:4'>.>I, as  airent foi Sydney M. Johnsou. 'Free Miner's  Certilicaie No. Il*il7��>l. Intend, sixty days I'n.m  the date hereof. 10 applv tothe. v i 11 ��� 11 ���_����� l-.'t-c  order for a Ceriilicate ol Improvements. f< r ilie  purpose of obiaiuinir a Crown ('.rants of th.'  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section .VT. miisl be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicates of   Improvements.  Dated this 121 li day of March A. P.. l'W.V  l.asi ins. Mav U J. I'.Mc&EOD  Certificate of improvements.  Norici:.  f,vT-A-K*Ul<;iIT--MiiieraUCl:iiiHi--siiiiate^iiu the  Oreenu-oot! Mining I>ivi--iou of Yale District.    Where locaied:- In   SlivlarU Camp.  TAKK NOTICK that I l'Yederic lllaclcmaii  Holmes, Kree Miner's Ceriilicate No. H. 3H5fJ3.  for mvsel f and as Donald Alexander Camereii.  1'ree Miner's Ceriilicate No. [!. AG!.'? a.nd Alexander D. Colitis Free Miner's Ceriilicate Xo.  11. .II'IS", imend sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Miiiingr Recorder fora Ceriilicate of "Improvements, for Ihe. purpose of ob-  tainiii;.':t Crown Oram of Ilu-aboveclaim.  And further laUe notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Ceriilicate ot" improvements.  Dated this Isl. dav of niav.A. I>. I'103.  IM1. HOI.MKS.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  How 10 Ward off an Attack of Ptit:c  mat ism  '"I'Nir years when spring time eiiine  on and 1 "���cut into ifiirileniiifr. I was  sure lo have nn a Hack of rheumatism  ami t'veiy ;illacl\ was more seven-; than  lhc preofdinir otic," says Josie Me.Don  a li!. ������'( Ma 11, Lilian county, West Va  "1 fried rvi-i-ylhiii'T with no n lief \\ lnil  ever, until I [jroeured a bo I lie us I"hain-  l-erlain's Pain Balm, and the li "s! :i|)-  plicalioti giivc me ease, and liefore ilie  lirst bottle was used I fell like a new-  person. Nuw 1 feel that I am cured  but T always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm in llio b. use and  when J feel any symptoms of a return  I soon drive it away with one or two  ripplieaiions of Ibis liniment. I'or sale  by J. h. White Greenwood and A. IP.  Thomas Midway.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. .  To William McDonald and to any person or  persons to whom he may have transferred bis  interest in the "Irene" mineral claini situate in  Sinilh's camp in the Kettle River Minim; Division of Yale Dislrict, British Columbia.  You are hereby noli lied that I have expended  flOO.DO iu order lb hold ihe above.named "I rem;'  miueral claim under the provisions of the  Mineral Act, that yon owe me a balance of  SSfi.W) ou your proportion of the said sum for  your undivided live sixth's interest in the said  claim 011 the last assessment done on .-aid claini  and that you owe me a balance of Sln.HT for  your share of the previous Mssessineiil 011 the  said claim and'if within'10 Jays from the [irsi  insertion of this notice you fail or refuse to  contribute the sum of S52.X7 which is now due  by vou, Isti'elher with al-. costs of ad vertisiiifr,  your interest in the said mineral claim will become the property of me the subscriber, your  co-owner, under section Four of an Act entitled  the "Mineral .- ct Amendment Act. .W."'  Dated .11 tlteeinvood. Ii. C. the With dav of  April. M03.  McLeod & Drown, KMMAN'UI'X PASTltONI  Solicitors       July 17  itTITfiiM i hv.vji uivu  Nelson & Fort Slieppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington IC. N. Co,  Van. Vic. & E Ry. & li. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to .Rossland.. Nelson, Grand Forks ;u,d Republic.    Con- J  nects at Spokane with the   (ireat   Kor- |  thern,  Northern   Pacifie.   and   O. R. &\  N.   Co.,    for   points   east,     west   and |  south; connects at   Rossland   and   Nelson with tlicOanadiin Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K.  & S.  points.  Connects at Curlew -.villi staye F.>r  Greenwood and  Midway, B. ('������  Buffet cars run on 1 rains i-fwoen  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902-  Lkavic Arrivk  9:25 a. m. Spokane .^:45 p. m.  10:15 a. in. Rossland        5:1(1 p. m.  7:00 a. in. Nelson 8:0'1 p. in.  11:00 a. m.    (Millers. Grand    -1:00 p. ni  Forks)  ~D.i5~a.mi.; -" -   = Republic��� 5:40-p.-ui.  IT.  A. JACKSON,    -  General   Passenger Aoent.  Sp >    1-a 1 1 .Wash  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  T.i A. ISUANSOX.   D. R. CAMI'HI':r,L.   D.   A.  CAMERON aud .-nil mi hers concerned :  IX  MIDWAY   AUVANCK.  Iii   the course  of the (k'. .. .    ;  the bill to  ratify   cancellation o  l  NOTICK.  'DIAMOND JOIC" and  '-DOIJVI l-'UrV' Mineral   Claims   situate   iu   lh->   Kellie Kiver  Miniuir Division of Vale Distiict.  Where located in SiiniinU Camp.  I'-T-'AKB NOTICEllKit I. C. A. IC. Shaw, a (rent  .L      for   Jane   Russell    Kree   Miner's Certili  an; No. II54SH7, James C.   Helm,  free  Miner's  Certilicaie No, l!0?(K*5. Wrillilliflun   Klsou,   Free  Miner's Ceriilicate  Nf..   I!5t'..M.   ICvau    iMrrv.  tbe    "Tail!    Ol     lailUS   111 Southeast    Kree Miner's Certiiicate No.  I!55i<i��i. and   Wijl-  ,,   " . ..    ,.��    .��      -., i:i in   II,   I'elerseii.   Kree Miner's Certiiicate ..'o.  i!;'i4S07. iulend, sixtv davs Iroin thedate hereof.  In apply 10 ���In; Miniitjf Kocorder for a Ceriilicate of I ni|i!di-eniiMiis, for ilie purpose ol  ohtaininir a Crown ('.rants of ihe ahove claims.  Ami furtlier tahe notice that action, audei  section .">". must he comMenced hefoie the issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvement*.  Dated lliis 2i.tli day of March, A. D. I"0.*.  C. A. IC. S1IANV. I'. I.. S.  Kootenay to ihe C. P. R.. Hon  Mr. Wells,. Chief Commissioner  of lands and works, stated he was  a friend ol" Sir Thomas Shang-h-  ness}*, but he did not at auy time  forget or overlook his responsibility as a Minister of the crown.  We more than suspect that Mr.  Wells and other men of like  stamp, while they do not forget  themselves or the Crown perhaps  very often forget that they are  trustees of the people. If seine  of our so-called enlightened i<ie;ts  about responsible government  and   their   proper   functions   in  t.i ih; matter of the estate oi Georc.' Yiimio-  iatc of Boundary Falls in tlie District ot  Yale. Farmer, deceased.  1\{ OTIOK. is hereby u\ veil   lliat all  creditors  lv&.    and  others   liavintr   claims against   the  est tie of the said (leorere .Munroe.  who died on  or about  the 2(-th  day of Jauuarv. I'TO. are re-  ipiired, on or before th: 12th day  in   May.  ]�����<?.  .o send   by post*prepaid or to' deliver  to  the  ���.MidersiLrned. Gree 11 wood. II. C., their Christi:iu  aud surnames, addresses and de-crijiiiotis. lite  fell ijarticular.. of their claims,  the  statement  of llieir accounts e   cl the nature .if  ihe  ...outi-  lies, if any, held h.v iliem.  ,     And   further take  notice that alter such I .st  ofliCe,    tllCV    ini<l'ht   Hot  be SO tree I nieutioued date the umlersiyue.I will j.rocei-t] to  .   - .   disnihule  the assets of  the   deceased   anion:.-  with their reserves and "rants ot I iin* panies entiiu-d tiiere-.o. haviu- i-e-j.-ud .mi.-.  ! to the Claiai-- ot ..vliu-h le: shall then lu,-  i notice, ami lhc nmle.-si ;-st d will me . .- li.ii-, .-  : for  Ihe said ns--:ls t)r a 11 v i.art thi-.e -I ; ��� ...i  The Crown and  Mr. Vvell.i --i..i'i : person<>r persinisoi ui;...-.--c!.i;ins in.inv -ij.-ii;  ���not  have   l*t-en   receiveii   !.*>' him al t!i... tieie . 1  Sir   Thomas   Shanyhrie--'sv    a id ! sucudistrit.utiou.  0 - Dated the -I4rh dav ,..1 iiaivlt. A. D. 1 <<:,.  the C. P.   R.   should  not  cut   as j t. m. (;iii.i,i.v  biff  a  figure  as  they  do iuourl^^ ^^���^^.^i^S" ��!  Notice to Creditors.  ->���>���-' :��� oo000ucc-ot'OOoo-oooa -j0-0 ocwoo  0  Ti.:;   <��� ?,.  c  �����,  fc*^ �� b �� I S I-  ���ki    \i-   rl   if    .si   p   -'   >���  ���* \  li&i��&'     <^J"  Vou are hereby noli lied that I have expended '  in labor and improvements 011 the "Uoston" j *j*9  ������Toronto" aud "St. Louis" Mineral claims, yv  situate < 11 Cranberry t reel-;. Wesi KorU of 1 V?  of Ketlle Kiver, in the Kettle Wiver Mininir [ *J*S  Division of Yale Dislrict. the sum of Three |*}*5  Hundred Dollars, and JT.?il for recordi 11 <r the j *}*  same, such being- the amount required and i V  necessary to hold the said claims under the ! V  piovisiousof Ihe "Mineral Act' and Anieudiiifr | ";*  Acts: and if at Ilie expiration of uiiielj- days  from the ilate of the lirst ptihticalirm of tliis  notice in the lioiiiulary Creek Times you fail  or refuse lo contribute your portion of such ex  peniliiure, namely #250.5'.'. together with al  co its of ad vi rtisintr. your interest in said *;'  mineral claims shall become invested iu me '. ���t'O  (your co-owner) upon liiiuj.'-in the proper oflice! *j*o  iu lliai behalf the ailidavit rei|uired bv Section j VY  4 or th,. '-Mineral A't Amendment Act. l'Mti."       v9  Dated this 2��{h day of October. I')(i2. | vj  John N. OKICDICN !*:*("*!  Last puplicinion Jan. '*l. ;���.���,).>.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  no tic i-:.  AMAXIIV   Mineral    Claim,    .situate    in  Keltic Kiver Miaintr Division of Yale  District. Where located : 111 I.olie; Lake  camp.  TAKK NOTICK tn.-ii I. C. Al. Slmw a^ent  for James Iluuler, Free Miner's Certilicaie Nn.  IISf.fl.22 intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  toapply to tlie Miuingr Recorder fora Ceriilicate  of Improvements, fur the tnirpnsi*. of o'.'taiiiiu*.'  a  Crown Oram ol ihe aboveel..'m.  And further lal.e noli,-:., ihat action, tiudi-r  section -*7. muM be coimnein:ed before the issuance of .-uch Ceriilicate of Improvements.  Dated this sth dav of Julv. A. D. IWC  First issue Nov. 2s. C. A. IC. SHAW.  1 ���������?  1 ���!���:>  ��� "t- ���?  the! <��6  KilnMi.sliK!  lS'-Xi  Published   at   Greenwood*    B,   C  1 lie Mining, Smelting and Conv  -^-l-   -g-'      f'-    ;������' '���  me-rcial Centre  of  the Boundary,  it---* w ���-^  h....H  ..A.X  f -n>  w -n  . 1 ���-*  son**  .- ���;�����!  t". .tt  .. ..  f ���-.  u.. .A  *...  ���A . :.  '^PS^^^  t  Mailed to Great Britain. Canada  and United States for $2 per an^  num. Other countries $2,50.  ?? Address  f?  Neatlv and Ouickly  executed at Lho::::::  the pnblL' domain.  GREENWOOD, B, G  t  .!3P  'r  if  Ir  if  if  9'  9  ir  Ir  it  ir  ir  <r  ir  'V  T  i  :5:  oo&ooooooooooc'oooooo-joc'oo: oc.-oooooooooooooojjooooo.oouo - Page 6  THE    BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  GREATLY ALARMED  By a Fersistent Cou:j.. but Permanently Cur-i  by Cliamberl.'.iii's Congli Remedy.  Mr. H. P. Jiitrb;i";c, :i .student at law,  in Grecnviili.'i S. C, had been troubled  for four of five years with a continuous  cough \vlie says, "greatly alarmed me,  causing me to fear tln.t I was in tin*  first stage of consumption." Mr. Kur-  bajfe. liaviiiff .soeti Cliruiiberlain's  Cough Remedy advertised, concluded  to try it. Now read what lie says nf  it: "T s-n>u fvlt a remarkable eii.i:i ;������  ami al'ler itsiii;;- two liottlc-s of tlie  twenty-live cent size, was pi'i'iuanenlly  Ciircd.'" Sold by J. !.. White. Given  wiiod, I A. V. Thomas. Midway.  .*�����������.* v.1  >9">>i��>'.<<">9<<<<~9<<<<~>tt^^  MORTAGE SALE  OF VAll'ABM FIIFiHOLDPROPl-HiY.  <"'��� i '������  offe-ei!  W. O.  i*f A--:-  i ly. on  ..;.'.-��� I 12  oil  :U.l  Under and by virtue of ihe power of s-i  tained iu a certain morlirnj/e, which wilt  duced at tbe time of sale, there will he  for sale by l'UHLIC AUCTION by  Gaunce Or E. T. Wickwire, in the town  aconda, P.. C, at the uioiltraijed prope  Monday the isl day of June A. I). V  o'clock uooii.llic followiutr property: -  AU and singular those -parcels or tract.*  and premises iu Uie town of Atiacont'.i, in  Osoysos Division of Vale Dislric', 5'ritis'u C>.  lumbia, bein*ir comiiosed of Lots tfauilU, iu  Block 16, accorditijj- to the Subdivision of a ��� -,���>>���-  tioti ofthe North half of the Soutneast i|-.i:n-'.er  ol Section 32. iii Township 7a. accord iin.' to pltr  deposited in the Laud Ketiistry Ollice at Kam.  loops as No. 2-*.  Erected on the   said   lots   aie   two  duvllinjr  kouses, containing-5 rooms each.  For-, further-particulars   and   Conditions  of  Sale, apply to  HARRIS .<: DULL,  Vendor's Solicitcrs. Vancouver, I  Or to GAUNCE & WIC K'.VI KIi.  Greenwood, 1!. C.  Vancouver,-th May 19ic.      ���  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  11.   CAM I'll KLL  >!���;.   late  of  Ore  and    PETER    Mc  ���uwi)."d,  ia   Vale Dis  Cr  M iihi-t  li.  C. Mini*  Snowshoe  Sunset     llp.-t'klyn  Morrison    R. ��e!l   Emma    Winnipeg . ...  Goltlen  Crown  Allilest.-in     Kiiitf Solomon  No. 7    City of Paris...  Jewel   KJkhorn   Providence*  15.  P.  IJ. Min*"  Mist'ellanesus..  07t)  050  200  000  ir,o  1"!I1  '_*.U  S(V2  >)'���)  5-1S  ���iv  r*i /  1  7.U  SOO  i.50  5r>o  650  1  040  850  665  325  S0:'i  yoo  785  625  532  17n  6 7.16  Total Tons  230  fJ9 730  3.S9 618  17:  -n  Y  i  \  Y  y.  11  .��.  ���451  A  42  .'.  /��  *i  756      162 835  w>v'Wvv,Sv*��'w��'  **<<k��:��*****^��<~x~>:..:��:..;..:.i:  Vou are i.erehv iioiihed ihai I have  ! (!���,* Hun.!:ed Dollars (?lixi.i��.i in hav-  ������Ailiniitil" Miueru. Claim, situaie in  :e Camp in ilie Kei.h* Kiver Mininj:  of Vale. Disiriel in liritish Colunihia.  . to coi'i'i as a n assessment, and the  um ol ;.2 :'o in recoidin" sii'-h survey  a** an as-c*-s:tii.|ii iu order lo hold said claim  iindi'i the |.io\ isinns ol l-'eclion ^-1 ol Ihe'-Mineral Ari." :ir will appear bv a Certilicaie of  Work ii'cnrded iu 1 lie oflice of ihe M iniuer Rei-  ���irder t'or the Keltic K'iver Minim; Division of  Vale i>i.trict, mi Ilie 12lh day of May, l'KU:  such es |-eini i I in i' lieiii*L' Ilie am'011,.1 roiinlred 10  hold thesaid claini for tin* year endine; oil the  Mlh day of .May. l'HO;  And if within ninety days after the publication 1 if ihb- notice, you, or ei I her of Volt fail or  lefuse lo pay o.- contribute your portion ofthe  expeinlititic i'ei|<iiu*d iiiuler said section 24. together u-hli your pnriloii of all costs of advertising, the iiileiest of such of vou as fail or  refuse, to conti ibule your portion of said expenditure and costs of advei tisintr, shall become vested in the subsei iber iyoiir co-owner)  under seclion -I of lite ".Mineral Act Amendment A 1:1. WHO.''  nateil at rireenwood.  11. C,  this  13th   dayof  Marcli. 1'a.ij.    I asl issue June 13.  IfAixin-r .v Shaw,     THOMAS IIKMMERLE.  Solicitors.  Mm?mmm!!??immmmmm.mmt??m  ha  ifv  . c.  MONTREAL. QUEBEC.  MANUFACTURERS OK  BOILERS, HOISTS,  PUMPS, Etc,  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM  PRESSORS ....  COMPLETE MINK EOUIPMEN'IS  OP ALL KINDS.  STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND.  ~      Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills.  �� H. H. e. mcnally, Rossland, B. g. ��� ==��  ^iiuuiiiiuiiiuuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuuaiiuuiiiiaiiauiuiiiiuiiiiymiauuinaiiiiiiiiaaiaiaiii^  NOTICE.  TVTOTICE is hereby (riven thai the portion of  J.51- . Vale District kiiovvi'as the Keiile liivir  Milling Division shall, from Ihe 1st day of  May, 1903. be known and designated as the  Greenwood Mininir Division.  EDYVD. OAU'LER PRIOR.  I Miuislei'of Mine-  Department ot Mines.  Victoria, B. C..2nd April, l'>03.  ^aiuaiiiaiauiiiiiiiaiiaaiauiaaiaiaiiaaaiiauaaaiiiiiaauamuaaaaaaaaiaauiaain  ���--���*  ���*.���$  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "HEAVER"  Miueral   Claim, -situated   iu   the  Kettlt   River    Miniusr    Division   of   Yale  District.  Wliere located : On Heaver Creek.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, Isaac. II. Ilallelt, as  ��� ajjent'for John T. Dell. I''ive Miner's  Certificote No. US54W). Dniicaii Mtirrv. I'ree  Miner's Certilicaie No. 1^1715, and William  Black,' Eive Miller's Certiiicate No. II,  34886, iulend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to tile. JYIiuitifr Recorder for ������<  Certiiicate of Improvements, for the. purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice   that  action, tinder  section 37.   must   be  commenced   before the i <  suance of such l criilicateof Imiirovements.  hated this 12th day of March. l')03.  1. II. llALt,ETT  I,ast issue May 27.  1   -~.*9  Greenwood is tbe financial and commercial centre oi the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point i'or the  Mining- camps. From the city roads lead to Greeuwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long' Lake, Skylark, White  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.  For prices of lots and other  information address    Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, wood    ��=  ii?m?mnmi?m?!mfflfflmmm  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "BLACK DIAMOND''"MiileTarclSViilTrsituato  in   the   Kettle  River   Mininjr   Division   of  Yale District.  ��� Where Located .    On Heaver Creek.  TAKE NOTICE thai I. Isaac H. 1.alien, as  agent for Robert Wood, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B5S*155. Georjre Smith. Eree  Miner's Certiiicate No. 1341753. William E. Mc-  Boyle. Eree Miner's Certilicato No. D55-U7,  William KiutZ, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  B305*)9, Georife McKatrue Free. Miner's Certilies te No. K54SM8 and William Olson. Free Miners  Certificate No: B30572, intend, sixty days rroin  the date hereof,tb aoply to the Mining Recorder  fora Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose'of obtaining a Crown (.^ rant of the. above  claim  And further take uotice. that action, under  ���ection 37, must be commenced before the issuance of mich Ceriilicate of Improvements.  Dated tbis'Hh dav of Mar-h. A. IX. l')02.  1. II. IIALLKTT.  Last iseue'Hh Mav  THROUGH BOOKINGS  .Ji  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  XOTICI-.  the  l':ile  "TRAPPER"  Miueral  Claim,   situate  Kettle   Itiver   Miniinr-  Ilivisii.u    of  Dislrict  , Where Located :   On Ilorseshee .Mountain.  /-pAJCE NOTICE, lliat I. Isaac 11. Ilallelt.  J. .-as af-elit for Herbert K. Ilitvidsnti, Free  Miner's Cc '.ificate No. IJllmK. and Henry.]!.  Thoen,-Free Miner's Ceililicale No. I!|;7..I.  intend, -sixlv davs from Ihe Hale hereof co  apply, to the Milling Kecorder (or a ('urliMcate  of Improvements for the purpose 01 obtiiiiiiui:  a Crown Grant of the above einim  And further take notice  Itiul   nctioii.  mide:  Section 37,   must   be   eottnnenee'l   liefore   th  Issuance of sucli Cerli" 'nte of Improvemeni.  Dated this lOtbdav of February,.A. P.. i'H'3.  .    ., I. II. HALLETT.  Last issue 13.th May.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "HIGHLAN1ER    FKACTlfiX; f,"  Claim, situate iu   the  Kettle  pivision of Vale Ilistrie.  Wherelocated :    In Heaver c  TAKE NOTICE, that I. Isaac -A  Spent for John Thomas liter's Certificate So R554U). and Jo;  ton, Free Miner's Certiiicate -\-  tend, sixty days from the -late her  10 the Mininif"Kecon!er for Ceititic  proTements. for the purpose ofobtai  Giant of the aboveclaim.  And further take notice that art  section 37. inuet be commenced 1  nuance of such Certificate of liopto  DiMMi IStb day of February, l'Hi;.  *UM.fZ1 I. H. HALLETT  "    -Mii ihiil'-  ver Mneiat  . Hallett. n>  I. Free Min-  - F.  Auder-  l:."i>271.   ii>-  I. to apuiv  es of   Im-  iiir Ciowu  S. S. "Princess May" will sa.il froin  Vancouver on April 23rd mid Mav ord  and about every ten clays thereafter,  fit rn ishinjr direct through serviivj to  Skajfway and all northern points.  Bookings to all points east  and west at lowest rates-  Dates of sale of  ai  /��SS  isia-i.-i  .IC'^bIu��.--:-^. -.  . is. Ji-,"Ji3S235S2?3  ���r>  int:::;i:sts.  iSJSSESB^^S?-^  Ask  for  y  OS  u  \Q  y* /.'  ~��� v^---  ��. -, ti  2\  ^3- ��  T?'?r:":  r-  Qvir,  iS  I^roni eastern   ]n>ints extended until June 15th.  For  time tables rales and  information, apply to local airent  IC.   K.  REDPATH  Greenwood.  .1. s  << p  Ag-ent,  !���:.  .1.  r. i  ;o\'it\>).  .A.. Vane.  fATEh'.  D.P.A. Mt-ls.,  ���in.  th.*  't-.  .%HNK1?A1> ACT lsyfi.  Certificate of Improvement.  NrOTi(."K.  Cuf.li  l-'l\'i.:il Mineral Claim, situate in   the  K'eltl.     K'iver    Miitini/   Division   of   Vale  Di-iiici,    Where  located :    Shvlarlf c.inip  ���TAKK N'OTICE  thai   I.   John   I>. McLeod  X l-'ive Miner's Certificate N'o. i;.r-Sr>54 as  a*.retu for Charles W. H. Saiihom. Tree Miner's  Ceriilicate No. B.5497S., itiu-ud. sixty days from  tlie date iiereof.-to apply lo the .-.liuine- r.c  t.nlt-1* for a Certificate of Iiuproveiuein^ for  the purpose of obtaiiiitii.- a Cn^vn (Irani to  the above claim.  Ai-.d fevther take notice thai action, tinder  .-.-.-ti-.n ..7, must be commenced before tl:.. ;*-  -tin:-. ������ i-i' stich Certificate of Tniprovemei:-**.  !:���������.*.! tliN 13th dav of Decernb.-r. I'iii2.  J. P. McLEOD.  L :im ii-ue irarcb 31.  ��< r  is T;;;lcr-inade.  is K'..p..-i i;u- in.lni r  AA  nu more 1  .   ������ cr,  ; - ; ;i:ir;:nteed t >  . rd.iTS    arc    f  T;;.Lir-nia.de Clo:]  ::d Finish,  poorly  .n  entire  ���its   in  readv-  V. <>-  IIOX 2VC.  I  I  NIS'ICRAL ACV.  Ceil1 tiM'c of Improvement.  NOTICK.  AKLO'I-'.  i I a i ni ���  Di v-is'u .  lJ:vss C ���  Ti\KIC   ���-  Free Mill.-.  Andrea. jV i  30252   anil  Certificate  days   froi:  llli'lllu*!   to  ment   for   j  ���rraittH*. lor ;  Anil   fui-i  section  37  finance of ���-  Dated I'.r  ii J  YOUXC. C.KOKC.IJ Mineral  :   :te   n Ihe. Kettle River   Mininfi-  * ��� ". ;..ii! District.   Wliere located :  .���i  Camp.  r.-.'IOi:   that  I.  John   P. McLeod,  iii tificate*. No. nS-t9��4 as agent for  ��� . 1 ree Miner's Certiiicate No. B  i-: i.i Sn J.  Kiuucaue Free  Miner's  V.i B74202       intend       sixty  iit dale, hereof to apply   lo    th��  ::i fci tt'erlilicntu o luiprore  ���i' pyrpose. . obiaiuiii! ������) crown  ; o 'c ciainis.  I?;    ^Va^  utjlice that  actiin.-    -.:dei  :i .iii   be cotiunenced  befo   i the is-  :\ h i:i:i-i.ilicate of iniproven i*..itB-  .���:::��������� dav ef December. .    rt., 10D2.  J. P. McLKOD.  Last issue March 2.1  -MINURAL ACT, 1W0.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "MAYKLOWKR" "LI LLIE MAY" aud"7:3o"  Mineral Claims, siiuale in the Ketlle River  Miniinr Division of Yale Dislrict.  Where Located :    On Uorscslicc Moimiain.  TA KK NOTICK, thai 1, Isaac H. rialletl. as  at-ent for Herbert K* Uayidson. Kree  Miner's Certiiicate No. 11 41W5. intend  sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply to tho  Mi ui 11 <r kecorder for certilicates of Improvements, for Ihe purpose of obtainiuir crown  n'raiilM or the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such cerli Ilea ies of improvements.  Dated IhislOIlt dav of e'ebruurv. 1003.  * Mjay 27  '__ LJ-I. HALL ET T.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "MYKTIiE"  Mineral   Claini.   situate' in   the  Keltle.   Kiver   Miuiliff    Division   of    Yale  District.  Where Located :    111 Creenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE Hint I. Isaac If. Hallett a  atjent for James Sutherland Chris-  holm Kraser. Kree Miner's Ceriilicate. No.  1-5 42-133. iulend sixty davs from the  date Iiereof. 10 apply to the .Niiuiiifr Recorder  tor a Certiiicate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown {rnuit of the above  claim.  Ami further lake notice that action, under  section 37, ititisl be comiiieured before the issuance of such certi licate of improvements.  'Dated this 2nd dav of February, A. D. 1 903.  Last Issue April 23. I.  If. HALLETT  MINERAL ACT*  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  KAFFIR KINO Mineral C laiiu. - ituate in Ihe  Kettle Kiver Miuiiijr Division of Yale Dislrict. Wliere locaied : On Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle Kiver, lyinjr ���southerly from the Bariui'o mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we Alex. Waddell.  F...Sulliv:iii. J. S. Harrison and M. McMvnn, Five Miners" Certilicaie Nos. 15 40,450;  B40,-l-l<>: 1! 30,500, and B 40,602 respectively, ill-  lend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to lile Miniii*,' recorder for a certiiicate of lni.  provcincuis, for the purpose of obtaining-a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice lliat action, under  section 37. must lie commenced before the 5s-  suaiicr of -si:rlr cerli II cate of 1111 pro vein euts.^-~"'  Diilid tliis3U-t diiv of May. A. D. 1M02.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  |-"OURT11-OF-.II;lY. Miuetal Claim, sitjatc  in Ihe Katile River Mininir Division of Yale  District. Wheio located:���Near to Canyon  Creelc. Main Keltic Kiver.  TAKK NTOICE thai we Alex. Waddell and  E. Sulli-..iii. Free Miners", ceriilicate Nos.  ]> 4U,.i.-"u aril I*. ���I".'IJ." n speeti vely, intend, sixty  days in.in tl.e date hereof, lo' apply to the  Mioin-j- Kit:order fora t.ertilicate of Improvement. :..* il'.e pnrpnse nl obtaining a Crown  (51.1 -   in * I 1 .-1.1.'. 1  claim.  A ��� : ut t: i-f la! e notice that action under  *;.'.���...: .-.7. ii-ie t 1-e c.iiniiieit-L-ed hyforc the issu-  aiu'e o1 such ' erlilii-atc of I mproveiiiauts  il .���,-,��� this 3:-:. day of .Mav. A.D. l'KG.  'PHONK 179  CiJ��     J*    8  ���AHol.F.SAI.E GROCERS Ai\Tl> AOENTS FOR  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS  BRANDS.  .Mineral Act 1896.  Ll;i<Tll��� i C ATrr;. Oi: IMPROVEMENT?.  NOTICE.  ���HIGHLAND   LASS"   Miueral Claim, sit-ate  in the Kellie K'iver Miuiiij Division of Yale  \l.'liere locaied :    Iu lleavi'i" camp.  TAKI:: NOTICE; thai I. Isaac II. Ilallelt.as  jiin-al fiir.lnlin Tliomas liell. Kree Miner's Ceriilicate N��i. Il55-li.li, aud tleini'i* Arthur  Keudell. l-'ree.Miin r's Cer'-ilic-iie. No. IS4P;03.  iiiieiul,        -sixlv       days Iroiu     the        date  Iiereof, 10 apply to lhc Mini it ir Kecorder lor  Certilicatesof Improvements, for tl.e puiposc  of ohtainiiio- Crown (Irani ol tlte abovi; claim.  Ami further tal-.e noiict: Unit aclion, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Centlicates of Improvements.  Hated this 2,'.tli dav of l-'ehruarv, P'02.  *M.iy'i7 i. II- HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  MO;.'( )G I? A M. M A KGUERIT A,  EI. jI'S'I'fl.EO.        EI. CONDOR,  BOQUET. OUR SPECI  SARANTIZADGS.    SCHIET  AL  !  ii'iict   Alevaii��!er Street anil Ctilumbia Aveuue, Vancouver, B, C.  To J. S. McCLINTOCK. JOHN REYNOLDS  and any others concerned :  You are hereby noli tied that 1 have expended  in l.-ibnraud improvements on the *'De��!rIiorii'"  Mineral claim, situated in I'endwood Camp, iu  ilu* Kettle Kiver Mining' Division of Yale District, tlte sum ol fl'W.On. and f2.S0 for record in.ir  the same, such beiuy tlie aiuouut r.'i|uired and  necessary to bold ihe sni-l claim under the  provisions of the -'Mineral Aci" Mud Amend in ii-  Aets: .-'.*id if al the e.\ pinn i.ii* ��� ; .-itiety days  from the dale uf the lirst ) ...iicaliou of tliis  notici* in tbe iWmml.iry Cioe].- Tlr.-irs yoti fail  fir r fuse to. i-outriliuie veur [.orti-.u oi -iich ex-  jieiiilil:ire. namely r- 7.i7 toti-ether w.:]- r.\] .: st-  uf ail vi-rtisinir. your ii:ieu--t it: slid mineral  cl.-iini shall lieeo'ae ve.--.usl in me '\.-i:r co-owner  upon i.linH in the i-rop*.*, of-ice in that behal!  the .-irr.n.-t-. it r.-.-niit-d l-v Se.-i ori A of -.!;���* *->.?iu-  er.il Aci A m.-n'-bt'etn -li.'. P'o*."  Dat��-<l this Ts-il dai of '.'. ..>:���:���.  1 ���������'.  khm: c. davey.  Last publlcaiion Juue I5. ^ it  THE   BOUN )AY CREEK   TIMES  Paje  Business Directory.  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING-  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  SCANDAL AT VICTORIA  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS ft CO.,  Wholesale nnd Retail Meat Merchants.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED 13. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.      Large  warehouse for  storing goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS-  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  WrLSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD  BARBER SHOP.  W. Frawlky, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.     Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Street.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cohle Address :       hallett."  o���oii.0   J Bedford M'Neill's   QrbbNWOOO, L3  lodes  \ MorelllK & tfcal'R  Lelber's. B" ��'  I. II.   HALLETT.  II. C. SHAW.  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: 'Wallace-Miller hlock. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Bkown. J. P. McLkod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Enotnker,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    ;      ;      .-      :   B.   O.  Av E~ASHGROFT. -    ^  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work s Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs oflice.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  MANUFACTUHHK   ANII   IIKAI.UK   IN  i, tit., Be.  OREENWOOl) AND MIDWAY, I!. C.  Do you use W i'.: Ribbon Tea :  Press Gallery. Legislative Assembly,  Victoria, May   2.���A   bombshell   was  dropped in the   committee   investigating the Columbia &  Western   charges  this   morning,   nud  such   sensational  evidence prosonlml thai his   honor   the  j lieutenant guviTiior may insist upon a  'royal commission nud the dismissal nl'  j the ministry.  j Certainly llic case has gut beyond  the scope nf a house committee, iiml  there is more than ever before ueeessily  for assent In bill No. 16 and tin immediate appeal lo the electorate.  lu In'ic-I the disclosures of this morning indicate that a scandal of enormous  proportions existed in connection with  the hope of acquirement of the rich  coal and oil lauds of southeast Kootenay by the C. P. R., ministers aud  members of the house apparently being  included in the prospective share ofthe  spoils.  It waa former premier Dunsmuir who  let the cat out of the bag, or rather  forced confession of a seemingly great  conspiracy to defraud the country on a  wholese scale.  He had been asked by Oliver what  caused the cancellation of the order-in-  coimc.il ntakiug the grant of blocks  4,593 and 4:594 in lien of the earned  lands properly contiguous to the Columbia & Western line.  This question he refused to answer,  but being pressed, he said:  ''It was in consequence of statements  made by houerable Mr. Wells upon his  return front Montreal, where he had  goiie to see Sir Thomas Shaughuessy,  and when he expected to make delivery  of the grants."  The statement he preferred that Mr.  Wells should communicate to the committee, so Mr. Wells was recalled and  was asked to give the facts.  Wells, who was obviously etnbarress-  ed, declined to answer. It was an executive matter, he explained, and as  such, strictly privileged.  Then he was pressed to say if he had  known of any reason before he went to  Montreal sufficient to prevent the carrying out the proposed arrangement.  He confessed he had not.  Had he considered the information  he obtained in Montreal of such a  nature as to justify him in refusing  completion of the pending  settlement?  The chief commissioner answered  that he had.  Then it was not an executive matter,  but developed out of a conversation in  Montreal?  It was, said Mr. Wells, but that was  a confidential conversation.  Mr. Oliver appealed to the chairman  that such a communication could not  be privileged.  As the point was being debated, Mr.  Dunsmuir abruptly interjected, "Oh,  come out with it, Wells!"  Tlie chief commissioner still refused  to talk.  "Then I'll tell it myself," said Mr.  Dunsmuir.  He explained that the information  hadTirstJ)een.,xeceiyj^_j3y^Jjjni_fronii  Prentice, to whom the chief commissioner had imparted it. Afterwards,  Mr. Wells himself had fully confirmed  and repeated the statement at his (Mr.  Ditusnniir's) house. It was to the effect that while he was in Montreal discussing with sir Thomas Shattghnessy  the matter of these grants, he had  been visited at the Windsor hotel by  Mr. W. J. Taylor, of the linn of Rbcrts  & Taylor, of wliii'h the attorney-gener  al is the senior member. Mr. Taylor  had pressed him to give up the deed or  grants, completing the settlement desired, to the C. P..-R. The promise was  given that if he would make delivery  he would himself receive some 30,000  acres, it   being   arranged   to   form  a  private land company of 20 men to  take advantage opportunity of the  grant, those 20 including two members  of the legislature, besides ministers of  the crown.  It was in consequence of this information that Mr wells had considered  there was too great an element of  danger in his proceeding further in the  matter and he had returned to Victoria, bringing the grunts back with  him. This information had subsequently been reported to the executive  and fully discussed at the meeting  when the cancellation was made by  order-in-council.  Mr. Dunsmuir having made this  statement, Wells recalled and fully  corroborated the startling information.  There the matter rests for the moment. Some other yet more startling-  disclosures are promised when the committee meets again on Monday.  RUSSEL-UW-CAULFIELD GO.,  LIMITED.  \^aW^^^^^^M^M^^^M  Lor-1  Strathcona has given $150 to  the Phoenix general hospital.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES    FURNISHED     FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD, :  :   :   B. C.  W<^K~>^><^<<**&&M<rtrt.>4��>*  sfifjftf'sPjPje'K'iPae'ie'iPtf'je'aPtf'jf  Chocolates  ���AND���  Bon Bons  IN THE CITY.  ..Buy Cbeim*  For   Your    Sweetheart   or  Wife.  Ta.~rmTcoT  COPPER STREET.  1��l*l   (5*   f3rt  l��T*  t5* *t7*   (*?*   |3*  ^5*'  10&   *^*   $5*  *3&  tO���   *��&   ��5*  ���?��� '  ���JK^M^IwMw*'K��*^^^,4,*S,��Il,^,^^,^M8,^M8,^0  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  i Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltdl  ��  *  *  ��  ��  ��  e  a  tt  a  a  a  a  tt  a  a  ��  ��  a  Received to-day  a  a  ases of Men's Hats ��  including the Latest American and English styles.     %  We sell the celebrated  ells Shoes  New stock now ready in any last desired.  a  ��  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  SKATES SHARPENED. %  PAINTING AND |  SIG   WORK. I  t Copper St.    Greenwood, |  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are  (Always Right.  <KX>0OO0<>OOO<>0O<>0<><>OOOOOO<>Ott<K)^<>0<>0CO<>0O0O5O0O00O0O0OO  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ��&O00OO00O0000O��00000OO��O<^'',"���  P. O. BOX 2% PHONE IV)  J. % McMillan & Co.  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGNTS FOR  Tuckett Cigar Co., Union Label Cigars  BRANDS : Monogram, Marguerlta, Boouet, Our Steclal, El JustUlo, Et Coai.r.  Snrantlialos, Schiller. Also Tucketts Union Latel cigarettes.: KaraackT. *r  B. V. C.  Corner Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOO��OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO66  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ��� OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo��oooooooooooooooooo*oooooooo  The Jenckes Machine Co,!j  ....CANADIAN RAND DRILL COMPANY....  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines, Narrow Guare Locoms-  ��� "������'������'���    ��� '    tives, Compressors, Drills, Etc. ������������������  R. P. WILLIAMS,  AGENT; ^GREENWOOD, B.C.  00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000  x ��  A Well heated rooms  at moderate  <|>  �� prices.     Also    first  class  board  '**  .*. by day or week.                                   v  ���*��� THE SWAYNE  HOUSE.         %  % Silver Street,            $  * Greenwood.      A  Mammoth reductions in   prices  in   our Carpet  ��  department. %  ._ _ #  a  a  ��  a  nter-Kendrick Co. Ltd  E. W. BISHOP  (Christenson's Addition)  PLUMBING  STEAMF1TTING, HOT  WATER HEAT ING  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction Guar  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood  FOR SALE  1*��T$ (50 x 100)  TO INVESTORS A first-class chance to  obtain a suitable site on which to erect a resi*  dence for rental*  TO SMELTER EMPLOYEES  Buy, build and own your home.  BASY TERMS.  ELKINS & HODGES,  Rendell Block. Agents, Greenwood, B.C.  ^^^ T R Y ����*#��*���  Us With Your Next Order of Job Work.  THE TIMES. P;irr<   (,  TINS   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  Local and Personal.  tVAAyA  ^������^������^���������������������j  % a:  i&s  A 1 |    i  fti   W     f)     !\       .   LI  [^.'jyi.-.f^''     ,-.:*. 'J.V     S*J.*     S*j     |JvJ     M-i     <.:*# iSs     f-9        W.\ spffitys-Jr flSfe -SewS 5  ��UUO"�����'  11. J. Ilayly, <>f the Kholt Tradin-.,*.  company, has returned to Kholt from j ��  .1 t rij> li 1 tin: < ikaua^an and Siin ill\:i- ! y  meeu. ' .;.  X Will not o-u ci  It   ncetls  i'o revi.'r.  li\'Hl<r     sonvo-  i-n  A dance held Friday uii;ht in tlie  X Auditorium tinder the ilircclion of  members of the (ireeuwood lire department was largely attended, the llocr  beinjf at tunes quite crowded. The  iiieineu's ore-'eslra supplied an excellent programme of instniiueiiLal music,  aad supper was provided by tlie ladies  os the Woman Catholij <:lHirch.  Clint is our %  business,   A> Don't wait  ���j*.. until .v<>nr    watch '!>vts  �� closed   uj)   and    won't  :  Y  ���f  r  r-  r.  Y  *  ?  Y  X  f>-o.      Have    it   cleaned.  .yla0G��M �� CO,  Wasclim.-iiicr  ant! JcvclU-r.  X.GRTCENWCV.  ���I* *-*"���*������> *J *.  ���>*>���'��>>:�����%  ',%>> \.y-, %%%$  The]/ Got Married  And Were Happy  Ever Afterwards  Why was this'thus ? Because they  were wise an 1 purchased their  Household Ku mil 11 re from ns.  ���Eleifanl.-like tliis:-  :;)..��#%f*?P  ^r-lit'p Ull g  Now Organdies, New jjress Linens, New Linen Skirting ��  New   C!::'iul)i-ays,   New   Dotted   Swiss    Muslins,    New ?!   - " -    ���        ��� .  -  - -��� 9$  Linen Initio, New (rrenadines,  New Black Dress Goods,  g  New   Dress   Triiniuiiu'/s. Prints.  ��l!fiteEsi;!;!;>iS'tig;  .-r-i'i:  .... .   'l^Sii  And   they  were  so; because While  said so.  They Got Married  And Fought  Ever Afterwards  Why ? Because they purchased  from another linn, ami when thai  firm said they were 'so, they  were, so so:  m*  'li'!  The 0; I.C. N-ew and 2nd  Hand Store,'  .���'A. L. WHITE &_   .  Methodists In Session.  CO.  District Meetintf of We:;;'  Kootenay  ���   District Held in Grand Forks. .  Rev. Mr. Kims .if the Methodist  church returned "a Thursday from  Grand Forks where lie had heen attending the animal district r.H.-etiiij,'' of the  West libolenay 1 >i^t:i -t. !!<��� was accompanied by kev. J. Alfred Seymour  of;' Sloean wise, came ..y;-i- to spend a  day in the first eiiy ol" ih.- Horn id.-try.  '.-���The sessions of the dislrict meeting  were -iery pleasant an-i sa: i.slaelory.  ���Rmpiirint^ eoneei'iiuo; t!i" various  fields showed thai sal sfaelory progress had been mad.' and the ivurli in  promising cniidi! ion.  ...-���Rev. J. II. Whit.-' (-h.iirman ofthe  District' presid.-d. and on haliot K'ev.  j;- D. P. Knox was elected secretary.  \yhb'-.->r�� -:-Uirt�� nominated Key. J. A.  Seymour for his assistant. hiev. K.  J. Mcltityre was circled statistical  seeretaiy.  It is proposed to arrange a railway  o.-vctirsiou under the auspices of the  local lod;.;'.: of 1. O. (). I<\, for the day  in lie observed this month as Yictoria  Day iu lieu of the 2-HIi, wiiich falls on  a Sunday. The runniiiy of excursion  trains from Grand l.'Virks and Phoenix  to Midway is under consideration, and  it is probable that ueg-olia lions now in  progress for the rendering of the opera  ''Pinafore" in Greenwood on Ihe night  of the holiday, by an amateur company  from Gniiid Forks, will be carried to a  successful issue.  Tec second furnace at the B. C. Cop-  P'T company's smelter, Greenwood,  was blown in Wednesday niorniny;,  te.! ���.vitiistandiue; that coke is not yei  cimiiig' stil'-iciesuly freely to keep both  furnaces supplied. The company,  however, had a reserve of about 1.S00  tons when the works were shut down  in February 8, this heinj; drawn on,  the expectation being1 that the Crow's  Nest Coal company will shortly send  in larger supplies.  Frank Archer, at one time in the  hotel business in Greenwood, and now  employed at the B. C. Copper .company's smelter, met with an accident  last Sunday which has incapacitated  him for work for a week or two,- He  was out on the hills and while crossing1  some, rocks fell, spraining and badly  bruising and cutting' his left arm. It  is uncertain whether or not the bone is  fractured, but the arm is much swollen,  a .id for :i time it is quite disabled.  On Saturday last a meeting of  lineral-eonservatives of the (ireeuwood  electoral district: was held at Greenwood Friday for the purpose of organization, election of officers etc. .Tames  Kerr was voted to Ihe chair aud I H.  Hallett was appointed to the chair pro  tein. After discussion it was decided  lo at once elect officers and those  chosen were Dr. J. "Et, Spankie, president, H. C. Shaw, vice-presidcnl, and  f. li, Hallett, secretary. A committee  consisting- of Charles Dempaey, E.  Jacobs, Jas. Kerr and i'. C. Shaw was  appointed lo prepare constitution and  bylaws and submit same to next,''meeting, to be held on Friday evening- May  15th.  Wm. Mc, Cormick, who in the spring-  of 1891 located the Mother Lode claim,  now one of the big mines of the Boundary, is in town fora.spell. All winter  lie has been occupied in running a tunnel ojX-lli!ilLuJ&.lP-Claiin,P!i.JiaUec.Ci:e.elv,-.  to cut a quart/, lead cropping' on the  surface above. He thinks that in ten  feet more he will cut the lead. He is  also interested with "Dad" Hopper in  the White Cloud, above Midway, in  Graham camp, and on which a shaft  is in rock freely mineralized with white  iron and a little ehalcopyriteeoiiiing in  now and then. As there are some excellent showing's of copper ore on the  surface not far off, Billy and Dad are  confident they will yet "strike it rich"  on tii-; While Cloud.  J. W. Nelson of Greenwood and  Frank Watson of Spokane had an exciting experience on Monday when returning from a visit to the Rambler  mine, above Beaverdell. on Ilu." West  Fork of Kettle river. While up the  river the water rose ''apidly so that  when they came back it was not so  easy to ford as a couple of days earlier. However, they had their Umiu  .'.'id rig on the  far  side,   so   thev   yen  lit i^U'aiLj  %i%  %j  lU��M-.(aSM'��^ J3*Ji*I_�� tIT--J V- f 5***1t.T  kJ  New  Lace Lisle Dose. -New  Cotton Hose. Now Shirt Waists  New Dress Skirts in broadcloth, cheviots.-  Venetians and Lustres, richly trimmed and handsomely  finished,��� zzzzzzszzzz  P>1 ouse  ft!  ��-?*i3^  0.g '   |  C  i  J- ���"V-'^V-'WU/ ���'WA*/ 'VV ,vV-'v\r^N'v <WW^  ii p aPp Id n gill  1H \ H ^  S s 'i ii B 5  'kk  St  i  A  A   New   Restaurant   Run   on  to the  Live and Let Live Plan,  } N      Oil  s nil i M^siu  mMMMSM  ? J.-i. it. Wood has reopened  S a   tailor  shop ou Copper  { street   (F.   J.   Mitchell's  i old stand)    and    will    Lie  f  \ pleas -d   to   welcome   all  X his   old    customers   and.  $ many     new     ones    who  c ��� want  <��� T3ie Latest Goods  ) Best Workmanship  5 A Perfect Fit.  | Where  Meals  can  be secured at all  l .  \   hours, well served and at moderate  j prices,  "*��/���'  **%>  GIVE US A TRIAL  ROBT, a WOOD, Prop,  .K'Renieiiiber (he place, next door to Arlington  Hotel.  ��    E��/��  Trouyt  DEALERS IN  WITH  '^&/^  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  CARPETS, |  COPPKR STK'KRT,  _ _ J^KfciSNWQOp._^:  .Merchant  Tailor  Copper Si.  i.rCCIiWOi'Ki ,  "\,t\^, *~V J*\j.r*\j. /v/ r\rj-"*\r '\^r ~\j ���'������%, -'>^--^-v'  SJBAiRY Y J ILL  The Montreal A I'.oslon (.'opper company will blow in one turn ee nest  Monda-v and a second one as ��ui..ii after  i "!'��� "...  as coke supplier ..-.hall .be suthcient t>>  make it practicable to run two furnaces.  Wanted 2ik1 hand h-'ii-e m>  store.  nr I'd.    liefore    re;e;liin;  m i (!- -I re.  y.<*  .. .-*#*'  A n n  the doubletree    bro'te. .s-i    Mr.    is'eis..;  headed the. h"rses do\\ n  slivani   In   Mv  and make a   iiindiui>-  about   ]���.!)  yard.-,  lower down.     It was hard work lo keep  the buifjry   from   turiiinjr  over  in   ihe  -wifl current, but the impromptu nnyi  gators kept their   heads   aud   trimmed  their frail craft until the tongue struck  the bank, when  things   be^an  to   look  S'-rious.    l^orttmately there was ;i in.iu  on tiie bank and a siroiiy rope, aud the  lalt.-r was scion made fast to the bttiryy  Mr. Watson    t,'Ot   ashore   on    a   phitik  pushed out    to   him .and    Mr. Nclsmi.  though chest deep in very   cold   water, .drift has followed about a footof lec'.ye  managed to pass  ashore  saddles, ritjrs   matter more or   l.:ss   minorali/ied. with  and other ouf fit, and then  "y'ot  out   of : with eiic.inra^in^ indications   ihat the  tiie'wet'" hiuiself. ��� The  bntf^y   turned i ore  is   ah-'.-nl,     .\ r.   ;i��i:   of   ore from  overiu the stream, but assistance was ; near v/li..���!������: ii e.-i ..-u:- ������; iunied va.lttcs  i s-etiicd from a near-by cridye buildinir j in jjold aud silvc-r of :-i; ���'!). The sev.?rai  '.). 1 C. ieamp and the travellers lost only a contents wer.- yob. .'J: ounces, silver  ! whitile-tree, so they escapedliehtly. j   3.1 ounces, and lead 2".S per cent.  PKACTICAI.       WATCH MA K h".\<  jKWt'U.KK.  All work ^uaratitoed    < liv'KION W('K.)I)-  K*jc*c*o>j3?r.r-..Tr,t:/r<rf.-'[.T.-:r.. ~*.T -.*.?.-.?.Tr-^;^.-yajc^ioms-<s*t^*e.H^  On the Il.irliar.i inin.'r.ii claim, which  is bcinvf work.-d ir.* five ioeal men, the  ore broke-'.11'-it ���]���������> f.-et dep'th, so the  vein i.s beinq- tirilleu on wilh the expectation that i' wit! be met with nj^ain a  short dislHii.'e awi,:y.     !*\*>r .lo   feel   the  *  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  i.:!.! m ���:.-:-.- ���;��� i,: w ,;.- m ii ft a * *��(��*��#Kl (����#��*a �� �� a  WHOLSALE AMO r-ETA  DEALERS'IN  /i ? |j I v   fe   �� 11 fe     .  Markels in rill flu' priro.-ipio   tewns  of   Ilritisli   Columbia,  AlbCM't.i ;nul llic Yukon.  t. it. s: ij: j;t *ji .;j;;..;..;[ fji.;, j;-r %. i;t % j;* i;j ?,i f;y  I THE fANADIAK RANK OF  T'  Wifl? Whicli is incorporated  IE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,500,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Man^rrer  h.v<  6'(^fe'^'-J-^^4>j;^wi^i-^^|  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH

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