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 1/  Lfi  4  1.,  pi   Vy  'A'   A\  \y&<%%  ���IrUl  Vol. 7.  GNEENWOOI),   1]. C. FRIDAY,   MAY  px).  No."36  AVALANC!  Alberta Coal Town Buried  Underneath a Slide.  1 PEOPLE WERE KILLED  Awful  Catastrophe  in   the   Crow's  Nest Pass-  carpenter,   wife.  and  The little coal town of Frank iu  Alberta was visited Wednesday morning- by a fearful disaster. The top  and side of the mountain which towered for 4500 feet above the town came  tumbling down burying- the town and  devastating- the country for miles  around. Ninety-five people were killed, several injured and some are still  unaccounted for. The slide completely closed the mouth of the tunnel at  the coal.mine, imprisoning 17 men  who Avere working there. Two died  from suffocation but the others dug  their way to liberty. One of the. poor  fellows who escaped found that the  slide had destroyed his home and killed  his wife and six children. Below is a  partial list of dead r  Alex Lecth, merchant, wife and four  boys���John, Wilfred, Allen   and Athol  ���the ages of the  boys ranging: from  4 to 14 years.  -���'rC.-Ackroyd,-aiiper, and.,wjfe.   A. Clark, laborer, wife and live  children���Charles, Albert, Alfred and  Ellen Gertnde. In age the children  were from 5 to 15.  J. Sirota, driver. ��  Andrew Gresack, trapper.  G.Williams, miner, wife and three  children.  The wife and six children of William  Warrington, miner.  John  Van  Dusen,  and two children.  B. Sumis.  F. Sumis.  B. Yeskid.  P. Farrington.  D. Foster.  A. Dawes.  Thomas Lock.  M. Mardig-ian.  -���'-The--foregoing^-are-all -miners  single.  James Graham, rancher, wife and  two grown sons, John and Joseph.  Ales Graham, laborer, and wife.  Robert Watt, laborer.  T. Rochette, laborer.  Thomas Delap, engineer.  A. Tashgian, weighman.  Joseph Brighton, J. K. Scott, Frank  Vouchan, John McVeigh and J. Leon-  ard, all employes of Poupore & McVeigh, railroad contractors.  Mrs. John Wattkins, tei ribly cru-died  and internalty injured.  Lester Johnson, aged li, inte nallv  injured.  James Warrington, thigh :' .. .irod;  Alfred A. Wattkins' girl, many severe  cot.tusious.  Senilis' wife aud four children, more  or less seriously injured.  An appeal for aid has heen made on  behalf of the sufferers in the coal town.  The Dominion and Northwest governments are doing what they can and  people generally are subscribing freely. As the need is groat Mayor  Smailes and Geo. F. Dougherty, .-ec:- -  tary of the Miners' Union on behalf ot  citizens of Greenwood wired $100  through the Canadian Bank of Commerce to swell the-relief fund. This  amount will be collected by .subscription arid it is hoped that all will give a  small amount so as no one individual  will be called upon to put up more  than his fair proportion.  The following telegram was received front Frank:  Mayor of Greenwood ��� Please convey to the people of Greenwood heartfelt thanks of all onr eiLizens for generous donation sv..i**_h will he a great  assistance.  Frank Board of Trade,  S. W. Chamber.-, Pres.  Mark Druinm, Sec.  Board of Trade  Business Transacted at the Reirular  Meeting-  The regular meeting' of the Greenwood Board of Trade was held on  Wednesday afternoon with President  Mytton in the chair. The Associated  Boards of Trade urged the loca 1 board  to take up the matter of securing more  favorable facilities for tourist trallic in  the Boundary and Kootenay. After  some discussion it was decided that  the secretary .should write the passcu-  ger traffic managers urging that the  Kootenay and Boundary should be  included in the itinerary when tourist  pickets are sold.  A. J. McMillan wrote in reference to  the meeting of the Chambers of Commerce of the Empire which take:, place  in Montreal Uiis year. Mr. McMillan's  letter will be suitably acknowledged  and the board will be represented at  this important gathering.  The committee on ways and means  iu connection with the publication of a  booklet reported the result of their  application to the city council. After  a long discussion of the most effective  means of advertising, it was decided  to go ahead with the booklet and a  committee comprising' Dr. Mathison,  Geo. K. Naden, J. L. White, D. C. McRae, E. Jacobs and two members of  the city council to be chosen by that  body was appointed to take full charge  of the matter.  The board decided to endorse the  application of the Midway and Vernon  railway for a Dominion subsidy and  Messrs. W. G. Gaunce, Duncan Ross  and the president were appointed a  committee to draft a resolution dealing  with the matter. :: --'  Smith Bros., contractors, and Smith  and McEwen, merchants of Anaconda,  were elected members of the board.  The City Council.  At the regular meeting of the city  council held Monday eveuitig, Mayor  Sma.ilcs and till the aldermen were  presen}. The committee on advertising from the Board of Trade submitted  an estimate of cost of the proposed  booklet aud an outline of what: it would  contain. The scheme was endorsed by  the council and $200 will be voted if  the remaining- money  can be collected.  W. E. Hodges was appointed auditor  at a salary of $200 a year. The municipal accounts are to be audited  quarterly.  The assessment roll was returned to  the council. The total assessed value  of���laud -^is-^-$7-55,905 ---and^i in provements  $-140,050. This is over $140,000 less  than the total assessment for last year.  The court of revision will be held  June 1st, aud the council will constitute the court,  To Encourage Athletics.  A well attcuded meeting of citizens  was held in the city hall on Tuesday  to discuss the organization of a Greenwood Athletic Association. W. S.  Keith was voted to the chair and A.  Stuart Kiubroe appointed secretary.  The desirability of encouraging athletic sport, particularly base ball was  discussed. If was urged that die lirst  requisite was suitable grounds and  ways and means of securing same  were considered. A committee comprising- Messrs. Keith, V',, G. Warren  ami .J W. McBain was appointed to  solicit aid forthe project ami Messrs.  W. M. Law, Dune.in Ross ami Phil  McDonald were appointed anolher  commiltee lo assist in securing employ men t for members of the baseball team. Another meeting witl be  called at an earlv date to complete tho  organization.  Foster���Hague.  0UNDAR1  V  Mines and Smelters Again  Active.  ii li ill  Popular Sunset  Superintendent  Wil!  Take Vacation.  Last Monday one furnace at the B.  C. Copper company's plant was blown  in and has been running-steadily since.  The smelter staff is now completely reorganized. The new officials are here  and as soon a.s the reserve of coke is  increased somewhat the second furnace  will be blown in. J. E. McAllister the  new superintendent arrived this week  and immediately took charge of "the  smelter. B. M, Snyder, the assayer;  arrived from California last week and  is at his post.  A. W. Irish who was for two years iu  the mechanical department of the  Granby smelter has been appointed  master mechanic of the Greenwood  smelter to succeed C.-P. Sorenson who  lef' for Salt Lake when the smelter  closed ou account of the strike at  Fernie.  William Berg- formerly of the Trail  smelter is one of the shift, formen and  Chas. Audrean is at his old post as the  other shift fort man.* ^ -  At the Sunset smelter, a large force  of men is employed erecting the new  furnace. This smelter ran during the  Fernie strike until the reserve of coke  was completely exhausted, so that in  consequence of coke corning in slowly  since the settlement of the strike, the  reopening- of the smelter has been  delayed. It is hoped that sufficient  fuel will be on hand to blow in in  about ten days but Superintendent  Goodell will not begin operations until  a steady supply is fully assured.  The Granby smelter is running- full  blast.  Mining' operations in the Boundary  are now resuming- that activity which  prevailed previous to the unfortunate  Fernie strike. With all the smelters  tu niTihg-r'with ^thc-'iiMues^eiu ploy iug  increa.sed number of men aud wilh  more high grade mines being exploited, it i.s safe to say tnat the good  times which were delayed by reason of  the fuel famine will soon be here.  Paul Johnson returned'from Alaska  .Saturday nigh'.. J. B. Hauling and  Sam Silverman, too well known ming-  ing' men accompanied him to Prince of  Walcs Island where they are interested  in a copper property. Mr. Johnson  made an exhaustive examination of  conditions there with a view to report  ing on the practicability of operating-  a smeller at t'u.it point He left or  Tuesday for Spokane to prepare hi-  report. He believes thai the ore bodies and values justify the erection of a  smelter nn Prime of Wales Inland and  iu all probability lie will begin Ihe  erection of Ihe same as soon as the  necessary plant can he maim fa.-1 tired  in the east.  At the Mother Lode mine, new ore  bodies are being opened up, Th'.!  tunnel which is being extended under  the more recently opened qnurrir-s, has  encountered the ore of higher value  found on the sttrf;iec. \V. H. Thomas  the 11. C. Copper company's expert i.s  still here and is well satisfied with the  outlook- for a successful year's operations.  best t or  >.' I in ie past .lie.! he d< ��� id  lo take a lengthy vacation. He is au  old tin., i- in Boundary. Before taking  charge ���.>!' ilie Sunset he �����.-.- --.lperin-  ieialeitl of the Mot'r.er Lode I'or over a  yea:' and his good work th.'re as well  as the Sunset was uiii'-h appreciated  by the owners.  Capt Johns retirement, will not only be  regretted by the citizens of Greenwood  where he litis many warm friends but  by his men as well. He has always  been eminently fair au:l courteous iu  his treatment of those under hint and  there has never been the suggestion of  any labor trouble at the mines which  were in his charge.  It is gratifying to learn that. Capt  Johns does not intend to leave Greenwood permanently. After a vacation,  he intends lo return here as he has  every confidence in the future of the  Boundary district.  The last, car of Providence ore of a  little over 21 Ions went over $5,000.  Last week the Times announced that  the smelter returns were 54.907.45. The  smeller this week sent another cheque  for S1G0, ;is it was found upon resampling; that the values were slightly  higher. This brings the p.ioceeds of  the car to over S5,0()U, a remarkable  showing for Greenwood's high grade  ores.  Died Suddenly.  A. IS. Hoi'ridge a young Englishman  who bought tne Ingram ranch below  Midway but afterwards sold it to  Frank Richter, died suddenly on Monday morning. He was m Midway on  Sunday and on his way home slept at  a Chinaman's cabin over night. Iu  the morning the. Chiiiaina i discovered  he was dead and notified provincial  couslable Geo..Cunningham who made  an investigation. As there were no  evidences of foil 1"play an inquest was  not .considered necessary. Mrs. Hor-.  ridge and infant child left for England a short time ago.  Orders .for Machinery.  R. P. Williams, the local representative of the Jenckes Machine and  Canadian Rand Drill companies returned this week from Lethbridge and  Crow's Nest Pass points. He sold the  Alberta Railway and Coal company of  Lethbridg-c a 25 drill new type Rand  air compressor with all the necessary  fittings aud accessories. The plant  will be used at the company's coal  mines at Lethbridge.  The Jenckes company has also sold  :t.1.30__drilL.._6.o!iipr.essor_ .plaitt..-to-M...K.:  Rogers for the Nickle Plate mine at  Hedley city. This plant is a duplicate  of one used at the Gratibv mines.  Ou April 3<);h,Capt Harry Johns v,  had been superini. ud.-uf. of the Sun  On April 23rd at Brooklyn, N. V , at  the residence of the bride's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hag-ue, Mr. C! as. | mine since August LSW, retired fr  Lyons Foster and Miss Kathleen. I that position and A. I. Goodell. sup  Hague were united in, marriage. Mr. , intondenl of the Sunset smeller t..  Foster was for some time accountant *, charge of the mine wilh Mr. Galbra  in the Canadian Bank of Commerce ! as his assistant. Capt Johns has  here after which he was transferred lo j tired from the service.- of the Mont r.  the Portland branch. His many i & Boston Cop pi r Company wilh t  Greenwood friends extends cong-ratul-; good will and best wishes of till  attorns. odicers.   His health has not   be., n   ;  St' I  "in  iei"-  t< :}\  ith  IV-  WE WARRANT EVERY BOTTLE.  If   troubled   with   rheiuatisui,     give  Chamberlain's  Pain  Balm atrial.    It  will   not cost  you  a cent if he does no  | g-oo,l.    One application will relieve the  pain,    li also cures sprains aud bruises  in one-third the time required   by   any  oilier   treatment.    Cuts,   burns,   frostbites,   quinsy,   pains   in   the  side   aud  ehesl,   glandular   and   other  swellings  I are quickly cured by applying it.Every  i bottle   warranted.      Price   25   and   50  j cenI ������������   For stile by J. L. White. Green-  : wood, and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  ���: i���������on wnn.1   and   all    towns   oil"   the  ; regular   I heatrie,, I   circuit   can   expect  i iiirorii >r play s by   most   common   place  i actors.  <'.'cisio,tally  the rule i.s broken  ��� and tile town is  favored   with the best.  | Knowitjo ones smiled   when   it was au-  ! noiir.cod    that     Shakespearean     plays  would   he   presented  hy Ha reiki Nelson  and itis i-.omp;iiiy but the knowing ones  were disappointed.    Shakespeare could  rest   easily   in   his   grave   if lie had no  wor.-e  exponent than   Harold   Nelson.  He is easily the star of a well balanced  company. On      Wednesday      night  Ri eh elicit was the play and on Thursday Hamlet- There were iar^e and  appreciative audiences   both evenings.  JERAL  MEETING  Pass a Resolution Favoring  the Granting of  W  Tlie Midway   and  Vernon   Railway  Company.  A well attended meeting of the  Greenwood Liberal Association was  held Wednesday evening: with President Brown in the chair. It was decided to pass a resolution endorsing;  the-application for a s'lbsidy. to the  Midway and Vernon railway and  Messrs. Brown, Galloway and Keith  were appointed a committee to draft  the same.  Below is the resolution prepared by  the committee:  Whereas the Midway and Vernon  Railway Company was Incorporated  by the legislature of the Province of  British Columbia to build a railway  from the town of Midway to the town  of-Vernon in British Columbia, a distance of abont ISO miles:  And whereas in the session of 1902  the legislature of British Columbia  passed a bill entitled "Midway and  Vernon Railway Aid Act 1902" whereby the government of British Columbia  on the conditions therein set forth  granted ���>. subsidy of $5000.00 per - mile  to the said Midway aad Vernon railway,  And whereas the projected line of  railway would, if constructed, pass  through a rich mining districh which  is now lying- practically dormant on  account of lack of transportation facilities:  And whereas the said railway would,  if constructed, afford transportation  facilities forthe fmit and other products of Ihe rich Okanagan valley  which is and has been for a long period suffering for the very restricted  means it lias for shipping its products  to any market.  And whereas the Boundary district  and other interior mining localities  would provide a erood market /or jmch  products if said projected railway were  constructed.  And whereas the territory through  which the said projected line of railway will run cannot be reached by auy  of the transcontinental lines projected,  or at present running through the province of British Columbia:  And whereas the province of British  Columbia annually contributes to the  Dominion a much larger sum in revenue than is expended in return by the  federal g'overntnent.  Therefore be it resolved that the  Greenwood Liberal Association respectfully requests the federal government to grant a substantial subsidy in  aid of the said Midway and Vernon  .Railway, suuject to the usual conditions as lo government control of  rates.  And he it fnrlher resolved that a  copy of this resolution be sent to each  member nf (ho Dominion government  and lo W. A. Galliher Esq., M. P.  Mayor Smailes leaves for Ottawa  next week in connection with the application which is being made fora  subsidy for  the   Midway  and   Vernon  railway.  The Providence mine was .dosed  down I hi:*-- '.via*k as it was found necessary, to pit', in a steam plant to noi-t the  lore. A J.A. horse power hoiier. -'...���am  .hoist and pump were installed at the  mine during the week ami aiiei m will  be commenced on Monday  ncsi.  Servicer will be conducted in the Methodist church nest Sunday. Thepastor  will preach at 11 a. tn., and administer  the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.  At 7.30 Rev Thomas Green of Phoenix  will preach. Sunday School at 2,30  p. in.  On May (.th, C. Ben Rossier, at on��  time cierk at the Hotel Armstrong, but  now in business in Spokane, will be  married at Phoenix, Arizona, to Miss  Gertuide May Rich of that place.  H TCc-perley, the well known Van  couwr insur'anVSs ufaif, is ia tke City. Psg;c2  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  7...:----���'  3/S$  Tin:  LATEST  DRSICiMS IN  IrtPORTCI)  WOOLLENS  TO  SCLKC.T I'RO.n.  'm.  COfpiIH  STKCUT  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Done  FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.  P. O. BOX 25a. OPPOSITE WINDSOR IIOTlil,  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every friday  Bvhcan Ross Manacing Bditok  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  P��b Year   9ie Months   To Foreign Countrik!  ..* 2 00    1 25    2 50  FRIDAY,   MAY 1, 1903.  RECREATION GROUNDS.  Conveniently located and well arranged recreation grounds are ethically  of more value than bushels of serious  sermons. Give the young- men and the  young- women an opportunity to en-  g-ag"e in vigorous, healthful recreation  and there is not much danger of their  going far wrong. It is the contracted  hopeless, dreary,weary,life that affords  abundance of opportunity for the machinations of the prince of wickedness.  The weakness of the mining camp life  lies largely in the absence of homeiife  and the lack of any sort of recreation,  other than that which works to the  detriment of physical and mental man.  Greenwood should have had proper  recreation ground's years ago. Otherwise enterprising towns are sometimes  alow in doing that which united effort  might easily accomplish. If all the  citizens of greenwood would only reil-  ize the importance of having a place  where young men���and old men too,  can get rid of some of their exuberant  energy it would not take long to have  in Greenwood, the best recreation  grounds in the district.  whom? By the only man who was always ready to scab when the indignant  electors were on strike. When Hon.  Clarke Wallace resigned from the Dominion cabinet as a protest against  the coercion of Manitoba, the only man  in all Cauada who could be induced to  take the position was Col Prior, and  when the people were anxious to defeat  the Dunsmuir government, he was the  only man who could be induced to run  in the government's interests in Victoria.  How did he win? Public opinion iii  Victoria was overwhelmingly against  the government. But Victorians were  more selfish than honest, more greedy  th^u wise and they can be easily gold--  bricked. Wells made good his boast  and Victorians were caught by the Canadian Northern deal which easily outclasses all of the numerous shady railway deals with which British Columbia  has t>een afflicted.  Wells' trip east was made in the  interest of Col Prior. He was elected  member of the legislature and made  premier because of the dirty work done  at Montreal. It is quite probable that  C. P. R. aid was also secured through  the valuable Crown Grants which  Wells had in his inside pocket. The  day of reckoning had to come and  Prior should go with the others.  WHEN OUGHT   WE TO  GO TO A DENTIST?  Many think it unnecessary  to devote particular attention to tbe teeth until the  appearance of the mouth is  affected by damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  till pain compels them.  The stupidity and shortsightedness of either policy is  evident.  Everyone who thinks a  moment ou the subject knows  that food cannot be masticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, inflamed, decayed, or  othervise out of working1 order;  and if this be the case, tbe mouth  requires immediate attention.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Nadeu-Flood Block, Greenwood, Ii. C  Uiliilitt"  1>> not wait till ; pin?;1  is up you wilh \\i fit-  e v at ni;- clai .*. v b  ��iu to brighten up your  rooms now. These new  light effects arc just the  thing for our climate  and delight all who  have seen them. Out-  stock is already diminishing; it has proved to  be just what people  want.  On short notice we will have  your  paper  put  on  the ����:  walls.     Work done only  by   the   best   and   experienced ����:  tradesmen.  imith  Our stock in this line i.s complete and   jj  embraces a larger assortment than lias   ^  v-  erer before been  shown  to sportsmen.   %  Iuspection solicited.  ...Prices Right.  1 COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. Tv. Coles.  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  ^S  Books, Papers, Oflice Supplies. Phone 34. Z  Immmmmfflmmmmfmmmmmnmtwmmmmttmi  iv iRfell  GKO. R. NADEN,  Site  m  p  REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America  Assur-  Co. of London, England. ance Co., of Toronto.  Manager  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  The1 Canadian   Birkbcclc   Investment and Savings Co. "  is  m  THP VICTORIA CRISIS.  Att the present writing-, Sir Henri  Joly, the lieutenant���gfovernorjhas not  given his assent to the bill cancelling  certain orders-in-council dealing1 with  land grants to the C. P. R. It is not  surprising that Hi.s Honor, should take  time to seriously consider the position  the province is now plased in, by the  peculiar acts of his ndvisers; it would  be much more surprising if he did. not  finally give his assent to the present  measure and then dismiss his advisers.  The incidents which culminated in the  cancellation bill are anything but  creditable to the Prior government, or  its immediate predecessors. It is useless for Col Prior to now pose as the  champion of tbe rights of the people.  He secured a seat in the legislature  through the shady actions of Eberts,  Wells, et al. He is the creature of their  making and he would be entitled to  greater respect if he stood by them  now, rather than attempt to place the  blame on their shoulders and pose as  the champion of the people himself.  In 1901, a vacancy was created in  Victoria city electoral district by the  resignation of Hon J. H. Turner. E.  V. Bodwell K. C, announced himself  as a candidate in opposition to the  government, and no one could be found  to oppose him in the interest of the  government.  ��� Something had to be done. The  policy of delaying the election was  adopted and W. C. Wells went east to  put up a scheme to beat Bodwell, as he  boastfully stated. He put up the  ���cbeaie aad Bodwell was beaten.   By  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.cleansejand  invigorate your stomach and give you  a relish for your food. For sale by  J. ��� L. White Greenwood and A. F.  Thomas Midway.  m   BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE  "^mm^r"'"''"'"'" ""No.3871.0.6. F.~   Meets  every  Tuesday  Eveuinir at 8 00 in  the  I. O. O. P. Hall.    A* cordial invi tntion is extended to all sojourning' brethern.  D. A. Bannerman, Frkd B. Holmes.  N. C. Rec-Sec  WANTED.  Two medium sized horses or mules,  broken to single harness. Apply to  L?. IvEi'i'KK, Anaconda, 13. C.  Corporation of tlie City of Greenwood.  Court of Revision.  PerfectSight  a matter of Foresight  Many  cases  of  eye  trouble  are averted by. early application of proper lenses.   Pre  .sent-.,.-neglect��� means���future  trouble.  MliALS  AT  ALL  HOURS  PRIVATE  ROOMS   FOR  LADIES.  *  Charles R. Pittock,  *  *  TRY  OUK   COFFliE  Propr.  j4" j? \i" ** jf JP��? ** V jv" JV ii" *" i\ s? sf >'"  *'��� tf' *>'"��� if ** i-" if *' #" Jf if ^ if if if *f i'f  S* ji-��" jf if if if 8f V if Jf X" if Jf *" sf if ,45 .$ JS jX Ji .�� %$ .,�� S Jt -Jt Jt Jt ���* jx S ,��  ���^  TO  TO  TO  TO"  TO  TO  TO  -TO  TO  TO  to'  to'  TO  Druggist and Optician,  Greenwood, B. C.  THE NEW  Notice is hereby (jiven that the Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing1 all complaints  airaitist the assessment for the year 19J3, as  niadu by the assessor of the city of Greenwoot  will be held at the city hall, Greenwood, on  Monday, Juno 1st, 1903, at 10 a. in,  (5. IJ. TAYLOR,  April 27th, lO-M. C. M. C.  ���T;<iv>~-��c  CARPETS  CROCKERY  GLASS lY ARK  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B. C.  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best L/iquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THE-  fillIH  fe    ��    ^&  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  "fcfc"  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  I fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  R GRIEGER, Manager.  .$ jt ji ji ju ja jfi ji js j* S .< ���>���? ���/* -."i '-��� ���: l^s^J^J^^|ra^s^f^^^*^^8S^J��,J4}i,  THE BEST BEER JN.TOWN IS MADE BY  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops. Try  It! ftps kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  A. G.  1!  �� ��  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  Rest $8,009,000.  Near AWHsffl'5 Feed Store.  p"  ~  vy  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP<  CP*  CP*  CP*  &  CP*  CP*  m  President.    Lord Stkatiicuna and Mount Rovai..  Vice-President:    Ilo.v. Ceor;;.'-: A. nRCSisitixn.  General Manager :    IC. S   C'i.i.cston.  Branches in London, Eng.  -; M-Ih'U'rc:^L. [��� New Vorli, Cli.'digo.  Uitv   and sell Sterling ExchaiiL".- and C.-il.l? Transfers : Oram Comtnerusl an  Travellcrt* Credit*. availaWf it! ajsv p.'.rt ..'. the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. j. FINUCANE, ftansger.  M  M  Id.  MMM^MMMSMMM^^MM&i)j^^^ (/  THE   BOQ1N )AY CREEK   TIMES  Page  NEI.SON' Nl'.WS.  We c;iu well understand Urat  his honor Hurts him so 11" in ;i very  difficuU position. If he ;issent to  the bill he crm not: very well continue to retain Eberts, Wells aud  Prentice as his advisers. But in  taking- office premier Prior -practically accepted responsibility for  the actions of the men be retained  as his collegues and if the lieutenant-governor decide that these  men, Eberts, Wells and Prentice,  have been guilty of malfeasance  he cannot very well retain confidence in Prior. It appears to be  up to the lieutenant-governor to  demand the resignation of his  present cabinet and he probably  is in a dilemma to know wliere to  turn for substitutes. He cannot  take McBride for he was a member of the government that induced him to sign the order-in-  council improperly conveying the  grants to the Columbia & Western. Joseph Martin is laid up in  the hospital and is not likely to  be in a position to take an active  part in public- affairs for some  time to come.  BOSST.AND. WOULD.  It is likely that if the advice of  Smith Curtis is taken, advice  endorsed by Sir Wilfred Laurier  and by the Sloean as well* as by  the provincial govirmnent. and a  resolution favoring a bounty is  put before such attendance as is  securable, that it will pass without much opposition. But that  is probably as far as Ivossland  can be persuaded to go, dopite the  ingenious but rather clumsy efforts of the C. P. R. manipulators  whose diplomatic endeavors forcibly remind one of tho donkey  that tried to make himself a  lapdog.  KOSSLAND     JIINKR.  Wells and Eberts must be removed from public life without  further delay. Col. Prior can  jnake^nAjriiist^ka^i^JiOTibjing,  them. The country will not tolerate their retention, nor will it  tolerate a premier wlio will keep  them in office. Col. Prior maj"  yet save his political bacon if he  acts firmly and evinces a desire  to protect the rights of the people; but if he persists in surrounding himself with men who devote  their energies and their official  positions to robbing the country  for the particular beneli of the  big corporations it is a certainty  that he will suffer immediate defeat aud be pennanei .art  to political oblivion.- lOvon his  most hide-bound supporters in the  house dare not continue on his  side after the ;ippa I iug revelations  that have been made recently in  connection with Wells and Eberts  unless he rises superior tn the  occasion.  principles, or the sacrifice of col-  legues. or changes of policy merely staiul in the way. The one  thing clear is that the craft is in  troubled waters and that her captain is scanning the coast anxiously in the hope of discerning  signs of ;i harbor of refuge to run  into.  especially copper, that yield fabulous wealth to the pioneer iuvo:.-  tors in our sister republic.  v.>.:..:..w,.;..:���:.....:,.:..:..:.^^  '���>00000<MXK>0-0-JOOC-3000000000 S 00-000-0<HX>0<>0*00<>0<>��<>0'0000<>0  -I'O  ���;��o  WINNIPKO   KKKK  Uv'KSS.  It will be easier to understand  the great Irish land bill now before the house of commons if we  consider what must happen in individual cases should the measure  become law. Suppose a landlord  aud a tenant agree thatSSO a year  is a fair rent for a piece of land?  That would make the property  worth at the rate of interest allowed iii the bill a little over S2,-  500. Landlord and tenant at  once go before the commissioners  appointed for this purpose, who  look into the bargain. If thev  approve of it. the landlord receives S2,50O in cash���not in government bonds���and goes about  his business. The tenant alone  remains to be dealt with. For  the next sixty-eight years, more  or less, he must pay SSO annually  to the government. At the end  of that long period his annual  payment will drop to Si 0, but that  sum of SlO must be paid yearly  to the n'overnment forever.  nOSTON  MINING  UTJRKAXT.  American capital is considering  Cuba's copper aud other mineral  possibilities as well as its agri-  cul tural opportunities. A British  syndicate is also in the field with  au initial capital of $1,250,000  of which 8500,000 was paid lot-  properties taken up. The directors largely represent Cuban tobacco, asphalt and railroad interests. The company has acquired  1706 acres, chiefly copper bearing, but also showing evidences  of large asphalt and petroleum  deposits. Ore veins have been  exposed prnging from live to sixteen per cent, copper and from  six to twenty-two feet iu thickness. _ .    .....   .  VICTORIA TI.MKS.  There is au ominous quiet  across the bay. It may prove the  proverbial calm before the storm.  The government has buried its  programme, laid the estimates  aside, and is evidently wailing  for something to turn up. Or it  may be that Premier Prior is considering the advisability of turning some one down. It is Hard to  say. The Colonel, having put  his hand to the provincial-plough,  is not the man to turn back, if  such trifles as the  s'ub'versioti  of  Early in the nineteenth centu-  ary Cuba was a relatively important copper-producing country,  and iu the sixteenth century it  had the largest copper-producing  mine in the world. In the interval between 1828 aud 1840 nearly  S3.000.000 worth ol" of Copper was  annually shipped from Cuba to  the United States, aud it is believed tliat there are still rich and  valuable deposits.  The oil found in Cuba is reported bv a Canadian expert to be  of remarkable purity. Samples  reported showed most satisfactory  results in the manufacture of  varnish, and gave results in gas  making equal to (hose obtainable  iu the best canuel coal.  But uil  is   the   minerals,   and  Notice to Creditors.  lu tlie matter or the estate o! George Kiinroc  late of Boundary Falls in the District of  Yale. Farmer, deceased.  NOTICK islicivfoy u'ivcu that nil creditors  and others bavinir claims against tin:  estate of the Siliil Ceorsre Munroe, win. di.-.l on  or about the 2(.tli day of Jftuiinry. '.''OX are re-  c] niroil, oti in'before, lis:-. 12tJi day of May. I'H..  ,o send by post prepaid or to deiiv-'r to the  uudersitrueil. Greenwood. [;. l,\. tlieir Cli r!sti:i:t  and surnames, addresses and descriptions, tile  full particulars of their claims, tlie 'statement  of llieir accounts tir.d ilie nature of the se.'mi-  ties, if auy.Uelil by them.  And furtlier take notice that after such List  mentioned date tlie uuilersiirne'l will proceed 10  distribute tile assets of tile deceased anions  the parties entitled thereto, hav'tiiir regard only  io the clains of '.\hich he shall then ha\ e  notice, and the nudersitrued will not be liable  for tli'- s:ii.l assets or any part there .f to air.  person or persons of whose clainis n..;ii��:c shall  not have been received by him r.l the lime : f  such distribution.  Dated ttieJttli day of March. A. O. l"iC.  T. M. CULLED  How io Ward off an Attack of Rhnc  matism  "l''or years when spring timo 0:1111c  on and [ \vt: 1 >t into i^anleiiiii";, 1 was  sure to have an attack of rheumatism  and every attack- was more severe. Iliatt  tlie precedintf one," says Josie McDonald, of Man, r,or,rai) county. West Va.  "I tried everylhinj; with noj'elicf what  ever, until I procured a bottle osChamberlain's Pain Balm, and Ilie li'st application jravc me ease, and before lite,  first bottle was used I felt like a new  person. . Now I feel .that I am cured  but I always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Ralni in the house and  when I feel any symptoms of a return  I soon drive it away with one or two  applications of this liniment. Korsale  by .I. Li. White Greenwood and A. F.  Thutiias Midway.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To William McDonald and to any person or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interest iu tlie ���'Irene'' mineral claim situate iu  Smith's camp hi the Keltle. River Mining Division of Vale District, British Columbia.  Yon are hereby iiDtilied that I liave expended  $100.00i 11 order tb hold the above.named "Irem;'  mineral claim under the provisions of the  Mineral Act, that .vou owe me a balance of  $36.('0 on your proportion of the said sum for  your undivided live sixth's interest iu thesaid  claim 011 the last assessment done 011 said claim  and that yon owe me it balance ofSlii.STfor  your share of the previous assess men 1 on tlio  said claim and'if within 90-lays from the lirst  insertion of this uotice you fail or refuse to  contribute the .sum of J52.S7 which i.s now clue  by vou, tsgethcr with all costs of advertisinjr,  your interest iu the said mineral cUtim will become the property of me the subscriber, your  co-owner, under section Four of an Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, !<XW."  Dated at Greenwood, 11. C. the loth dav of  April, 1003.  McLeod & Brown, EMMANUEL PASTRONI  Solicitors       Julv 17  Kane Fails & t)!>;i!!.i ntvir ;  Nelson & Fort Slicppanl Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co,  Washington HI. N.'Co,  Van. Vic, O. Hy. & 8. Co.  'The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane wilh the Great Northern, Northern Pacilic and O. R. &  N. Co., for points cast, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacilic Ry.   '  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K.  & S.  points.  Connects at Curlew with staye for  Greenwood and  Midway, 13. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane anil Republic.  Effective Nov, 22, 1902-  Lkave Akkivk  Spokane 5:45 p. m.  Rossland        5:10 p. in.  Nelson 8:00 p. m.  (Millers, Gra.nd    4:00 p. iu  Forks)  ,.,���...-Republic������5:40-p. in.  I-I. A. JACKSON,  General   Passenger A^ent,  Sp;>    ka iu\Wash  9:25 a. in.  10:15 a. ni.  7:00 a. in.  11:00 a. tn.  -9.JSa.-ni.  NOTICE OF F0RFEITVRE.  To A. T.RANSON.   I). K. CAMI'bMCT,',,   I).   A.  CAMERON and any others concerned :  Von are hereby m.tilled that I have expended  in labor and iniprovements on the "liostou"  "Toronto" and "Si. Louis" Mineral claims,  situate <:n Cranberry Creel,-. West Fori, of  of Ketlle Kiver. in ilie Kettle River Mininir  Division of Yale DUtiku. the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and ?".5t) lor recording the  same, sucli beinir the amount required aud  necessary t.i hold ilie said claims under the  provisions.!? ihe "Mineral Act' and Aitii'iiiliitir  Acts; and if at the ovpiraiioit of uiuetv duvs  front the date of the lirst publication of tliis  notice iu the Kniiudui;, Creel, Times y.iu fail  or refuse, to contribute'your portion of such on  peitditurc, namely ^..O.s". to-rothcr with al  costs of adv. rtisiny*. \<mii' interest in said  mineral claims shall be.:..me invested in uie  (your co-owner! upon liiinir in the proper olii.-e  iu that behalf the alii.1:.\ h re.|iiiic.i bv Sei lion  ���I of tip. "Mineral .\e| A m.-iidiiient Act. I'lm,"  Paled tlilslsih dav ol October. \<XQ.  JOII.N-  X. O KK I >!���:.%'  Last implication Jan. .'I, I'.lo.t.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  AMANDV   Mineral    Claim.    *-.itn:,'.l>;    i.i     Hie  k'otile     Kiver    Mhiinjr   Division   ..f   Yale  District.     Where  locate.! :    lu   f.uiitr l.al.e  camp.  TAKK NOTICK lii.n I. C. .K. Slmw ay-eiil  for James Hunter, Kree Miner's Cerli licate N<i.  U5MI22 intend, sixty da< - from the date hereof,  toapply tothe Milling Keloid.-.- for.i Certilicaie  of Improvements, for the nurpose of oblainin-j-  a Ciiuvu Grant of the above.Maim.  And further tain- in.ilu- that action, un.bisection ;*7, mu.-t be r,.ii:tii"iiced before tli.- issuance of sue!) Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated IhisStii dav .if.liilv. A. 1). \'��<2  Kirst issue No.-. J.-i. '   C. A. K. SHAW.  -THJC-  J&stablished  18%.  Published   at  Greenwood,    R   C  The Mining, Smelting and Gonv  i^t * r?^ gjjcjsnwp wai ^  mercial Centre of the Boundary.  ~i ���  ri ������ ti  1A./JI  w: ,j  .A- rt  rt -��|  F'���.".��  .A K*  ��� i;  ���!  t. :.)  t. ;*  9 . vjri  :���.���;���*��� :t  k ; .x  JT} ���*  ���"������,-fi  >>.   ji  i . ,i  ffant to  rgT  mes-$2.  Mailed to Great Britain* Canada  and United States for $2 per an*  num< Other countries $2;50��  ^   /'-">������  r .<P\   w  ' %  ������--ike**-**  Address  !���!<  w%  J^^r  A'prit  Administrator of the estate of  Gedrg-'e MtfnWe. de'cfeaVed.  Neatly and Ouickly  executed at tlie::::::  Ian  ^w^  GREENWOOD, B, C  i  <"��� 00O0OOO0OO<XXKMXK>000t>^r:.O5CK.OC'  O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC "*= ����>v<-+* Page 4  THE    BOUNDARY   CKEKK   TIMES  _ KAMLOOPS Si-'  The Licutotirivi-  with-liohls liis mss  ification bill, an.! ^  tiiuto in thai f'rrin  may find it iminnl  to ilismiss his mi-  upon someone ..-i-.c  ,*.,;. ,����-.  jp  111'  Mill  IT! !.- i  :��� 'li-l  lie  i i i 111  n-  ti;.!  tn ;��� ���: in  ernmenl.  Kvcn shniihi   lie i" i he  end assent to the ��� n-���;��� ^-i;;-i- lii.-i!  would not sn'.'di.'-li'c'ii cii! Hi.  tangle iu the c;ti.ii:.-t. 'hT-inicr  Prior can srmv'v ���.������, t ;ih<:i���;��� v, i;h  colleague1-' win. b.<>\-.[ ������.������cli m-.miI-  lar ideas as those who have ,u.'i ecu  evidence before Oliver';; committee, and it looks very much a^  if he would lind il necessary lo  , get rid of one or two of them; and  ��� in that event he may apple for a  dissolution and jro '.<���> ihe country.  In view of the anomalous ���.���������nt.1 nf  affairs at the capital, it need excite no surprise to hone- of a  smash-up -at auy time. Whatever the outcome of ihe i;;ve-!i-  gation before the olivet Committee ma}7 be, the outilvy is under a debt of gratitude to the  member for Delta, for the persistence in which he stuck tn his  point with the result of hnugiug  to light some startling information. The adini-sion made to  the committee yesterday by Attorney-General Eberts shows how  utterly devoid of conscience the  administration is, and from '.Mich  men as compose it'  need scarce!)' look-  particularly clean.  .?   country  auvthing  cA-^y  NOTICE.  NOTICE is herebv (riven that tlio portion of  Yale District known as the Kettle Kiver  Mining- Division shall, from the 1st day ol  May, 1903. be known aud designated as lb.-  Greenwood Minm**/ Division.  EDW1). CAWf.KR PRIOR,  Minister..! Mines  Department ol Mines.  Victoria, Ii. C..2nd April, 190:<.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  -"BEAVER" Mineral   Claim, shunted   in   the  is. c. >;;-'.  Sn-'V. ������l-,.'.-  Stii'.-.'.'l  )'.:���.. .i-.!vii  M;.|T:-nn  l\\   i!-'!l  Ivii.na  Wl'Miip.-.'  (l.llcli'll     1'.!'..v,-|i  Atlilt'st.-in  Kiiif  S>.l''nii...ii  X... 7    City of Pari.-.   ���U'WL'l   KlkliotTi  Providence  10.   I'.  II. .Vim's  M iscella ne.-.tts .. .  190(1  l'i -M-I-  1.--D  1 l:','o  2 25(1  1  2iiil  2 000  100  2.3')  1901  231 ;i62  99 MX  47 517  1  731  Hilt)  150  560  050  1 0-Ki  8511  !>(>5  l. GllCSft  Total Ten  325  SOU  3;-;lJ 01.S  1902.  310 601  Ml  320  1-1 727  20 SOti  S 010  000  .^02  175  172  Week.  7 5 (if)  2 UK)  1003  112 .511  23 OSS  0 SH)  10 320  2 8(il  ���ni  ���151  .1-?  >i 750      lf.2 835  .-.i-.,-*.-,,-.*-*  %**��X"!":.��;����:"  '���������������������X^X''��X��><J"X��i'H.X'..>.>.;..;.'>  KOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To C. ti. CAMPItl'.L!.. and I'T.TEK Mc  r.KIiU-;, late of Oieeiiueed. ii. Yale Dis  trict :������  Sii.-s : V.e: are iiei-.-'bv netihed tliat t have  expen.le.i One Hundred Dollars (Sloo,<��0 iu hav-  iiio- ihe "A.l.niial" MiiiiM-a. Claim, situate in  l'i.,vidiii'..-e Camp iu the Ketile Kiver' Mining  hivi-i...i of Yale District in liriii-b Columbia,  siii've;.e.l. 10 eoiiiil as an a.-sessinelit, and the  I'm tiler Mint et 5-..ru iu I'ee.'idin"- -.neli survey  as au .-I-.* essiiieiti in order lo hold said elaini  under the nrovi^ious of Section 2-1 of the "Mineral A.i.' as will appeiir b.\ :i Ceriilicate of  Work ic. oided in ihe.oltkv of the Mininir Recoil, cr f.'i the Kellie Kiver Miniui; Division of  Yale III arid, oil the 12th day ol May, 1902:  such expenditure beinir ihe uinnii.-.l required to  hi. d the sai.l claim forthe year en.|iii|r on the  bit 1. day of May, Wi:  And il within ninety days after the publication ol ibis notice, you, or eiinei of you fail or  refuse to |.;ty or contribute your portion of the  expend!! uie required uiulcr* sai.l section 24, to-  nether with your portion of nil costs of ndver-  lisiuy, tlie interest of sucli of you as fail or  refuse to contribute your portion of said expenditure and costs of advertising, shall become n'.sled in the siib.-i-i iber ,'your co-owner)  under section I of the "..liiieral Act Amendment Act, 1'KiO."  Daled at Greenwood.  IL C,  this  r-lh  dayof  March. l'M.>.    Last issue June 13.  U.M.1.1 rr ,-v Shaw.     THOMAS HKMM KRLE.  Solicitors.  /~j!P=t  ')  i  I  g g ft,  ai1 ^  JMlt^ 1 Jin  t a  O  ��S^  MONTREAL, QUEBEC.  Ni AND F A CT1J R R K S O F  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLfSS AIR COM  PRESSORS ....  BORERS, HOfSTS. POMPS, Etc. COM,>uvH^^'jc^,,MKNTS  Agents For The BulIocK Diamond Drills. stock Carried in kossland.  ���rtO  KettlL   Kiver    Miiiiiiir    Division  District.  Wherelocated : On Heaver Creel.-.  ���if   Tali  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Ilallelt, as  agent 'for John T. Bell, Free Miner's  Ce'rtificote No. H554W. Duncan Murry, Kree  Miner's Certi ficate: Ko. Ili'-Tlj. and Vvilliain  Black, Free Miner's t'erlilicite X... !���'..  548S(i, intend, sixty d.t*.s from tl.e date  heroof, to apply to the Minir.f Keeorder i'm r.  Certificateof Improve:.tent--. l'..r iin- p.ii'j.o-'.e of  obtaining' a Orown Oram ..t' the above claim.  And fnrlher lalce u.'tice that a.-.t:.ui. niuler  section 37, must be commenced before the is-  suance of such t^ertificate.if Jiiiorovements.  Dated this 12th day of March. I'.HG.  I. II. ITALLH'IT  Last issue May 27.  MINERAL   ACT.  ���   Certificate of Improvements.  ���,^...^-..-..i-..-.-.-...=--,- -NQTIGE.^---������_,--���-..-*-- --  "BLACK DIAMOND'-Mineral Claim, .situait:  ���    iu  the   Kettle  Kiver   Miniiiy   Division   of  Yale District.  Where Located .    On Heaver Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I.Isaac II, t.alle.tt, as  agfetit for Robert Wood, Free Miner's  Certificate No. U5S-1S5. t.eor^e Smith, l-'ree.  Miner's Certiiicate No. IbllT.'j. William U. ilc-  Boyle, Kree '.Minfir's Certificate No. I'.r."4, ,".  William. Kintz, Frue Miner's Ceriilicate No.  B305W, Gcorire-AlcK.-itrue Free Miner'.. Certiiicate No. B54898and Williani Olson. Free .Miners  Certificate No. 1330572, intend, sixiy (lavs from  the date hereof, to apply lo the Milling J<ecur>!cr  for a Certificate of improvements, for the purpose .-f obtaining a Crown 'Irani of the above  claim  And further take notice thai action, under  section 37, must be commenced before ilie issuance of Such Certilicnte of I uiprovenieuts.  Dated this'Jth dav of Maiv'.i, A. I).. I'm.!.  1. II. [lAT.l.ETT.  Last iseue Ctli Mav  ���fmt  ^.-o  ^-,-c-  lip  Br  wu Homes  he Mts 11 i fiin.  Greenwood is llic liuancia.] and commercial centre 01 the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Muring-camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long- Lake, Skylark. White  and Atwood. Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.  .'jTMERAl, ACT.  Cei!1 'ii.Mte of Improvement.  NOTICK.  AKI.O'l". ,     it a VOUNO OKORGE Mineral  Claini-   ��� i  : tv'11 the Kettle River  Mining-  Oivisii    ��� ' 7ule District.    Wherelocated :  Pass C  ' '������ L'atii|>.  TAKK   :������   Vi'lCK   that  1. John  P. McLeod,  Free Mine.'. Certiiicate No. T1S-195-I as atfent for  Andrea lV.i   : . l'ree Miner's  Cert incite No.B  30252 and   i'o 1.. !u J.  Fiiiitcane   Free   Miner's  Cerli ficate      Va.       B7-I2i>2       i.mend        sixty  days   froi.     b: date  hereof to apply    to    the  niiuinir re ���'  :m   for     :ceriilicate o'  improve  ment   for      c   iiit.po.se   .     obtaining   -1  crown  grants lo.- : '. 1. 'c cl.aitn.s.  And   fur.'.::     r.ke  notice that  actio'...    '.tdei  section 37 :i <<���.  be commenced  befo  : the issuance of ���.-. h certificate of improve!! i:.its.  Dated lb .   'A.;:' .lav of December. .    I>.,  1902.  J. P. McLEOD.  Last issue March 23  For prices of lots aud other  information address     Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood    B  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICl'  "TRAPPER" Mineral Claim, siiuav in ilie  Kettle Kiver .Minin;.' I'ivi-i.iu of Vale  District  Where Located : on H-n������.oli.ie .M.nio.-iiiii.  '"PAKE NOTICE, tint r. Ka.ic II. HaiU-it.  J. as ai'BJU for He: b:rt K. Ii.'.vi.ls.iii. Piee  Miner's C\ 'ilicale X... lllbi".-,. ami Henry I:.  Thoen, Free Miner'-. Ceitilicate X". IMlT.-l.  Intend, s.xty d��ys from tli" M'lte bur. ot ,0  npply to the Mininj.*: ".-'vnirr for 11 <"eri iii.-rte  Of linprovemunts lo: the purj...������.��� ���-.: obiiiiniu-  a Oroivu Grmit of tin-eb'iv.* .-bi: 1.1  And further Ink"  not lev   lie.it  ii-ni.ti.   un.ler  Sectiou 37,   nilisl   be   .-.iii!iueii.'..il   before   1 li  Issuance of sucli leiti '. �����:������ oi liuprnyeinoiit.  Dated ibis 10th dr.y of I'Yluiiary.A. !>., ivo.?.  .���        - - ' 1. II. IIALLKTT.  La��t'issuei3th May.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "HIGHLANOKK   Tl< ACTIONAL"   Mii  Claim, situate iu   the  Kettle  RAILWAY.  T U in* O-11P IS D A A P/ 5' N <T'  .'ngH.n-  1'dKUR  AND ALA!  ��  S, S. "Princtiss May" will .-ttiil tVoni  ViJiicouvt'i'un Ajiril 2.?nl ntitl Mnv 3rd  a: if! ,-botif. every ten days iiti-rei i'ter,  Iti ni isliir.g' direct' tliroiudi .-.��:!��� \'ien to  .���'kii^'V'ay nud ail norUietii jioiiils.  Bookings to all points east  /J*!r1  V'/^f^'  it 11>-.itipi'  ��- :-i'!>c  i'.*i;U   T-. s.Oit it 1   p.'.'H/*j!   r. iii^O'  Dates of s^le of  Reduced Settlers  Rates  From c'lslcrr.   j..-tints estem!-  t^(| imi.il J tin .��� 1 Stii.  I'or time  !;i1j1o-  rates  and   in-j  fiirmrilioii*. aojtly {���.������ loi.al a.u'ent  ..    IC.   K.   RKnPA'PM.  Airent,  (.Ireeuwood.  J.  I  N  I  in  n  ''^ssssss'ss:  ^  vr--' ip  A        ?  1  ar  yk'.  ' ^ ,       1' 1  7  ii.  ���-1  ; 1  ������*fcl��7-  *rrff  ?-?-  LL:insr.  MINERAL ACT, l'XKV.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTIC1C  "MAYI-'LOWEK" "LILL1E M.-i Y,'aiid"7:3o"  .Mineral Clainis, situate iu the Kettle River  Minin..' Division of Yale District.  Wliere Located :    Ou Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac 11. Hallett. as  airent for- Herbert U< Davidson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. ]{ .IITO5. intend  sixty days front the date hereof, to apply to tho  Mining Kecorder for certificates of Improvements, for the purpose, of obtainiuir crown  grants ofthe above clainis.  Aud furtlier take notice thai action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance i.f such certilicatesof improvements.  Dated this 10th dav of Febriivrv. 1903.  *May 2J__ *_ I. ILJ'_ALI. KTT.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Iniprovements.  NOTICB.  ���'MYKTLK"  Mineral  Claini,   situate   in   the  Kettle   Kiver   Miuillir    Division   of    Yale  District.  Where Located :   lit Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that], Isaac H. Hallett, a  a<reut for .lames Sutherland Chris-  holm Fraser, Free Miner's Certificate No.  15 ���l^-bv'-t, intend sixty days from the  date hen:.if, to apply to lite Mining R. corder  lor a Certificate of Improvements, for lhc purpose of obtainiuc a crown {rrnnt of the above  claim.  And further lake notice that action, under  ���section 37, must be com men.-ed before the is-  suanceof such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 2nd dav'oT I'el-rnarv, A. D. 1 903.  Last Issue April 23. I. II. IIACLETT  MINERAL ACT.  ' Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  KAFFIR K1>,'G Mineral Claim, s iltniie iu the  Kettle Kiver Mining Division of YaleDistrict.       Where    located :      On   Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle Kiver.   lyinir 'southerly from the Bartta'o mineral claini.  '"pAKR   NOTICK  that we   Alex.   Waddell,  JL      L. Sullivan, J. S.  Harrison and   M.   McMvnn. Vree Miners' Certificate  Nos.  I!  -10,450;  Ii-l(U4'): l; 30,500, and K ���ii),f.o3  tespectively,  in-  tend sixiy   days from the daie hereof, to "apply  loihe   Mtniti/.'-   recorder fora certificate o! Ini.  proveuieuts,   for   the   purpose  of   obtaining- a  crown (Irani of the above claittt.  And  further  take  notice  thai  action,  under  sec lion 37,  ni 11st be conxnjt!Jicejll:ibe.fore_the._is--.-.  'F'ttaiiC;' "til ^s'iTcb e'efiificate ..f Iniiirovciiieuts.  Dated ll:is31st ditv of JMav. A.D. 1'HiI.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  ���SOTlCli.  FOUKTII-fU-'-JULY,   Mineral  Claini.   siuate  in ihe K.uile River Mining' Division of Yale  District.   Whore located: ���Near to Canyon  Creel;. Main Kettle RiveK  TAKE NTOICK that  we A lex. Waddell aud  F.    Sullivan.    I''iee   Miners'    certificate   Nos.  It. -I.M.'b and II.^O.^t'i respf-ei i vety. intend, sixty  da\'-.    fr.ut!    the  dab'  herei.f.  to   apply to  the  .Miniii-j I\'t eor.Ier  lor a i ertiiio.T le of  Iniprove-  niei::.'..  for  : be   put-no-.e  <.f  ..biainiiit,';i   Crown  .. 1 .*.;.   < ���: '. lie ;��� i.-.i ve i.'laiiu.  .'�����..:   ti.tti..:   t.il,e notice that action  under  ��� ���������' ' :.���:: .���".'. mii'*t !-e coinnieiiced   befoie the   issu-  aii.'eof s.i.b Ceitificate of Improvements  Oaied il:   ;.V->   dav of Mav. A. D. lnpi.  J.  Cnyi.K  .O I'.A.. Van..-  i'A'I'KK'.  D.i'. \. Xeisoli  DivisioD of Yah- I>i>ine.  Wherelocated :    Iu lleavt  b'iver Mnvra:  TAKE NOTICK. that I. Is  ajrent   for John Tlionia  ��� C'llllp.  i.' II. Ifailot'.::,.  _ , Hell, I'ree M bi  er's Certificate No l'.f'5-ioo. an.i .ieii.i I'. ^\:...!;.r  son, Free Miner's Certificate No. U.".!7'. b;  tend, sixty days from ih.j date li.-ivof. 1 <j ;is -!.; ���-���  to the Minintf Kec.'ider f,.r Ceitl::.:.i!e- ol I11-  provemeuts, for the purpo.-e.jf'.btainiiiL'- Cr.".vu  Giant of the above claim.  And' further take notice iriat acti'in. ii!i.!..-r-  sectiou 37. must be coiiir.ieiice.i bef.ie 1I1. Is  suance of such Certificate of Improvement.--.  DatedTU 18th day of February, l"n3.  *M3.yll   v  ���'.������.:���..-''       L U- HALLETT.  Mi>:r:;,'A':, act iw<;.  Certi ficate of Firtprovemeiu.  a < >  ���    !���! i  le:    ^  ���Ill  N't'  '; i  ������.-.   Al  '.'I'.::  1..:  Val-  camp  ��� ���r.e.id  ''������'.-I   .-is  ;ilj..|-'s  '! sse  ,.ist iasue >tarc!' 31.  1:11,   -:.u::.  I'i-.-isinu  ! :    Skviai  J-.-bu   I'.  ���an-   No.   I  ���,11:1: Fiee  id    HSlv ���'!: .          -.' lile   Mini::'/    !- 1 c  ifiiinov.-ineuls   f,.i  McLKoD.  1.1  ! I  '-'  I  Hi  1'. o.  :':iiO!'--l!l<T(lc.  ;'".:���:��� ior in J'it ::::���!  ..���;  no more th:iu  uuiitewt  t  p..-vrly  entire  ir"  -:;.i:-:ers   are    ��� ���������  :i":(icrs    in  i'ai.'tir-mude CI'.."': i '  .:/; ;cady-  "���r^.AT-:-t--  5<)X 2<Vi.  i it t\  'PKONK 17Q  ... y  %.  %**%*&%]  "SL'P**  .icmnian # ��*&  '.'. Mt.! I. IS SALIC- (-rRC'CKRS ANI> AOKNTS  KOh'  j TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS  i BRANDS.  jMOXdQRA.VT. >;ar(.;i*i-;rita. uoovkt.        our special  j RL JtTS-FT.r.'.).        EL COKliOK,        SAKAN'JT^ADGS,    SCHILLER  Cei'tifiCiite of improvements-  NIlTICli.  ������llliilll.AND LASS" Mineral Claim, sit; ate  in the Kettle River M ini ny Division of Vale  I'd-iri.-i.  Wherelocated :    lu Denver camp.  HTAKK NOTICK, that I. Isaac II. Il.-illelt.as  J aueut for John Thomas lioll, J-'ree Miner's Cei li licate No. F.55.KH. and liiwi'i' Arthur  R.'.ldell. Free .Millet's Certilica'e No. IMI'Ul.i.  iulend.        si\i>        day: troin     the        dale  hereof. 10 apply to the- Miuiujr Recorder for  Cerlitieates of 1 iiiproveiuents, for the purpose  of obiaiuiii;r Cr.Avu Or.iui of ihe above claim.  A ml fuitber tal.e noiiee II1111 action, under  section M. must be coinnieiiced before the is-  MKtuce of .-neli Certificates of Improvements.  Dated tlils2iitli dav of Februarv. pin2.  :M.-.y27 7. II. IIALI.FTT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  Coftii:r   Al'jx.'iiitler Strec-t :iii<: Coliirariia Aveutie, V  iiicottvcr, '*.  C.  To J.S. McCLINTOCK. JOHN 1-: F.VNOLDS  and auy others concerned :  Vou are hereby notified that 1 have expended  in labor and improvements 011 the ''Deerliorn"  Mineral claini, situated iu Deadwood Camp, in  the Kettle Kiver Miuiue; Divi-i<m of Yale District, the sum of flmj.Ci.-;. and ;2.So for recordin<r  the same, such beiu^-the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claim under the  provisioiisof the "Mineral Act" '.ml Amending  Acts: and if at the expirtiti.ui of niat-tv davs  from Uie dale of tin: lir-n ��� 'cation'of tliis  notice in the Douada:;.- 1. . .1: Times yon Jail  "i- r ni.-..-t>. contribute vuiir j .cilon of s-iich e.\-  iee.i it are. namely .���?-��� 7.17 tefrei bei' \i ii i. all cests  ��� ���I" -1dverti.-ir.1j-. your in lores I ir. slid niiii.ral  '.''aim shall become ves*.,'.I in n-y- 'vour eo-o.vuer..  upon lili;,;; in ihe prop.,., ofiice in that behali  liie aoidavii required by Seci :o:: 4. of :he-���Mineral A.ct Am.-iiditi.-ut Act. I'-'M."  Daled l!iis.b-d dav of M.irch. l"u.>.  KOSI-; C. DAVKV.  Last publication Juncl5. A  THE    BOOTS JAY C&EEK   TlMESt  ��age  Business Directory.  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING-  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  [.united.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  MEATS, ETC.  P. WJRNS .S- CO.,  Wholesale ami Retttil Meat Merchants.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. 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.  WESTERN BOARDING SCHOOLS.  New Movement on the Part of Presbyterian Church.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.,  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD   BARBER SHOP.  W. Frawley, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.     Baths  25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper StreeL       -     Greenwood, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  Barkistrrs, Solicitors,  Notaries Punue.  Cable Address :      uai.lktt."  ���Tonus  J Bedford M'Neill's   C3r>Ei-nv/ooo, '"3  Codes  S MoreinKjtNnars ���   _  Leiber's. ��' c'  I. II.   HALIBTT.  II. 0. SHAW.  R.-v. A. O. McRao, Pit. D., left on  Tuesday for Calgary, He has been  appointed bv (lie sub committee in  charge, to ;'.��.-;Ut in the organization of  board!in; schools fur boys and girls  under Ihe auspices of the Presbyterian  church. Tlio school at Caltrary is now  an asstirod success and its till probability ;i similar educational institution  will he eslahlUhed a1 Kamloops. Dtir-  ing his absence his work in Greenwood  will be taken by Rev. Mr. McCall a  Presbyterian minister, formerly of  Quebec who was recently appointed in  charge of of the cong-regation at Columbia. The Calgary Herald Herald  in discussing Ilie movement says in  part :  "The sub-committee appointed by  the Presbytery to consider Ihe details  of the college for boys and girls met  yesterday afternoon and made considerable progress in organization. It  was decided lo go on with I he scheme  at once and Rev. Dr. McCrae, of Greenwood has been asked to come to Calgary and assist in organization. He  is expected here next week and will  take charge of the preliminary work.  It was decided to make  the college  j*undenoniinational,in character, though  organized at the suggestion   and  with  i the encouragement of  the  Presbytery  j of Calgary.  j'  The college will be run   by   a   joint  j stock company.    It was decided to have  j it located in Calgary. The site was  discussed but no decision was arrived  at.  The name of the college came in for  much consideration and many names  were considered. It was finally decided to recommend the name "Western  Canada."  It is hoped that such progress will  be made that the school may be started after midsummer holidays.    It will  ! be a boarding school,  but day   oupils  i will be invited.  |     Rev.   Dr.   Herdman,   James   Short  j James Mini'. C. A. Stuart and W. McC.  Davidson are the local committee who  are assisting in organization."  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES     FURNISHED      EOR  ALL KINDS OK WORK.  GREENWOOD,  :   B. C.  rt9>mmh i>MWfMtiv��;>o*WMOow����'JKJOrt<>^>ra��j��^v*-)��vrv�� vc-n WJt i  *'. < *** ���*��� **��*t**t* "������****V**t**-��* *���* *��* *** *t* *���* *I* *Z* *���**���**���********��* ******  tv- :,* ** #** #-* *f* #��� JV" >���" tf * a** tr ** **��� ��v- *r ac  Chocolates  -AND���  IN THE CITY.  ��*iaj5-wy    ^a/^-Bsa**  For    Your     Sweetheart   or  Wife.  COPPER STRBHCT.  *��* t,N t��* 'Jo* tv* *��* <��* &5* t5* *r& ��*?* *v* J* -2$ ttf* vi* t��*  t��*,***********************0*^  tsa  GO  M  LIMITED.  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are  tAiways Right  i.v. ���vyv.;A>A  ��� i.w11 i l<n ii h i iw>nriiii-i  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-? OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC-OOOOO O OO if o ooooooooooooooooooooooooo  P. O. ISOX 2%  PHONE 171  ItfCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Soucitoks,  Notariks Ptnu.ic. Etc.  Ollices:  Wallace-Miller block, C<ii>i"-r street,  Greenwood, n.C.  J. R. Brown. J. I'. McLbod.  A FARMER CUKED OF RHEUMATISM-  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  GHARLES AE. SHAW,  ClVlI,   ENl-tNHEK,  Dominion     an:-;     Provincial  Land Sukvkvor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    :      :      :      :   B.   O.  ATE- ASH ORO FTT  ' A man living on a farm near here  came in a short time ago completely  doubled up with rheumatism. I handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm and told him to use it freely and  if Lot satisfied after using it he need  not pay a cent for it," says C. P. Ray-  der, of Pattens Mills, N. Y. -'A few-  days Inter he walked into tlie store as  a string and handed me tt dollar saying, 'give tne another bottle of Chamberlain's Paitn Balm. I want it in the  house all the time for it cured me."  For sale by J. L. White Greenwood and  A. F. Thomas Midway.  ;wj.*j��;��I.��j.,j.j��j��;.,j..;.,j��;,.j��j.,j..j^j..jMj^;^}t��tt  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.   ?    i  SKATES SHARPENED. f  PAINTING AND J  SIGW    ORK. if  r  A t  i Copper St.    Greenwood. |  ��� .*.  .���(.���������*v***��*��^*j#^JmJ��**^****��**^*��*^j^*^**j^��*j^^I'wJ^*  �� ��j>e MLlflilldJ! OC vU��  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  Tuckett Cigar Co., Union Label Cigars  G  BHANDS : Monoffram, Marguerite. Boqiiet. Our Stccial. El Justlllo. El Condor.  Sarantizaios, Scliiller. Also Tiickstts Union Label Cigarettes. KarnackT. &  B. V. C.  Corner Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue. Vancouver, B. C.  ���000<M>OCK>0*OCKXX>000<K><>ac^  00000��0<X><>0<>000<>CK>OaO<>CK>00 # <H}^^  0000<>0<>00<>0<>0<><>CKX>000<K>00<>ttO<K>0^^  Machine Co.'y  ....CANADIAN RASD- DRILL COMPAM..,  Dominion and  Provincial   Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Spcc'alty.  Wood Bloek (next Customs ofliw.l  t;rev.y.woon. is. t;.  ABEL HALLBERG  MANUK.lCTt'RKH   AND   MICAI.HK   IN  Tne Greenwood and Rambler tennis  clr.bs^ have=-uinulgamate.-t, ~ui'uV,..have  ejected the following' officers and com-  tuittee ; II F My lion, president; C E  Merritt, secretary; J L Coles, II P  Dickinson, lv C B Frith, J P Myers  Gray, F Lewin and A C Strickland,  committee. The combined clubs have  two I'ourlS on which to play and days  have been allotted for ladies only,  others for men whilst mixed jrames  be arrant:'od for at any time. A  i'-on    is    ant icipa ted    l>y  : citv  ; successful  m Mrie  X Well heated rooms at moder.-ue  X pi'ices. Also first class board  ���j*   by day or week.  X        THK SWAYNE   HOUSE  ���jL-^J^^-^,,..-_^,i__-^Sil.ver_S.treet,-^.^_i^:-.  .*, Greenwood.  .���mXmXmXhXK*^mXmXw>4*X<<h><'Xh>X'>  vxasMrxmax ooscwAJ*aggcc^crjg^..|j..-^*3mJ*/*c.*n*acrjtMawcM;,  E. W. BISHOP  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines,  Narrow Guaue Locomo-  1 tives, Compressors, Drills, Etc.  ���������������������  R. P. WI  S,  AGENT. GREENWOOD, B. C.   g  <KM)<KKKW>00<KHXK)OOOaO<HKK>(>0$00<)CKK>00<X>00<>0<>0<^^  mmmmmmmmmmsM  0,    OuUUlbO,    hU:ub     UllllinCIO, ,     A (} Ki,loiUwllo na.lchi.pireofA.il.  WIIPS. EHL. Els.  IjJU,  GREENWUOi) AND MII.W.V. It. f.  Do vou use l*n���.: h'ibli.ni '!'.���  Sperry I'ompany's hardware department in tills city, has takrn t>v.-r thi.1  stores of the f<e Ktie eoinpany in ktiss-  ; land in stieeession to Dan Biirlim who  resigned b> y;o to Seattle.  �� # <s ��:t *j�� (,1 * ��t * tn b * ��*:> c.i * * a ���:��� * w��:��* t;1 fi- c s<������;> * * * * i�� ���:���. is a * �� * �� �����',- * �� ��st t;- *:* -:h!hs *   . ^��,  ��  ��  I Spring Is Here and House Cleaning Time S  tt '3  %                     is Here. I  tt   ��� With our full assortment of Carpets, K'tiifs, Floor  Oilcloth,   LnriGlc-ums, tt  tt *'*  &                        and Lace Curtains we are sure to please the buyer. ��.  $     Kverythiiifjf   new   in   White Goods,  Wash Goods, I,awns. Muslins, and *  tt                                                      Hi)iisckeepinir Linens. %  tt '������  tt     You are always Welcome to call and enjoy looking  at  our  New Goods, ��-  *;                                    whether as an observer or purchaser. "  tt  tt  tt tt  (Cliristenson's Addition)  L����TS (3�� x mo)  TO INVESTORS A llrst-class chance to  obtain a suiUil>lc site on which to erect a residence for rental to smelter employees.   Buy  build and own your home.  EASY TERMS.  ELKINS & HODGES,  Rendell Block. Agents, Greenwood, B.C.  A    Larjre   assortment   of  Knii'lish Ju Jubes  and   other  * ������  *  fi^B^Vi   5STanc-v ^naies.  Ptttt�� �����**��������**��  Tireenwood. B. C.  ? 1 1^  lunroe  0<yppcr Street.  Us  ���-���'^-s^TRY^  Your Ilext Order of Job Work.  THE TIMES.  �����;  ik  IS  Pa Page 6  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  ���:-x-x-k-k��x-:��X":��:->  t  A"  Will not yu on  forever.  It   needs   fixing   some  times.    ��C   That is our  business.  A) Don't wait  A:  .*.!  r'  r  r  v  V  r  r  I  Mil and Personal.  ?  * until   your   watch   o-ets ��  f  $ clogged   up   and    won't *  " go.     Have   it   cleaned  T>_  A.'.LOGAN & CO.  Watchmaker  and Jeweller,  GREENWOOD, B.  C.  '���������.���^.������AAAAAt'w'tAAtViA/MVt �����***������*������*������*��� ���*������*���  ������**���*���������?**>> ���**��.���%������������*������������**���*���������*���**���������*���"���"��*������"*>*������.���%*%.**���"��.****%*  We Handle New as Well as  2nd Hand Goods.  -All Lines of���  House  Tin, Granit and Dili Ware,  Flour Cans, Bird Cages,  Wash Boilers, Beds, Spring's,  Mattresses, Tobacco, Harness,  Saddles, Trunks. Etc., Etc.  We have a fine line of New  Cook Stoves and Ranges, and we  will, exchange for your old stove.  WE BUY EVERYTHING,  The 0.1. C. New and 2nd  Hand Store.  A. L. WHITE & CO.  Tlie  greatest  curiosity  of the ajj-e  Philipino lillies at H. B. Munroe's.  Tlie Firemen  are  giving a May day  dance in the Auditorium to-night.  A meeting for organization purposes  has heen called by Conservatives. It  will be held in the Board of Trade  rooms this (Friday) evening.  Next .Saturday night Adjt, Andrews  will conduct a lantern service in the  Salvation Army hall. The Adjt.  travels in behalf of the Army's social  worlc.     Kverybody  is invited to come,  Harry Sergeant, a section man who  was employed on the C. P. R. near  Fife was brought to the Greenwood  hospital on Friday last and died on  S.tnday morning. He was suffering  from pneumonia. He was about 45  years of age. He was an Englishman  hv l.irth.  Kobei t G. Wood has opened the Piccadilly restaurant, next door to the  Arlington hotel on Copper street. Mr.  Wood is a well known caterer who has  a host of friends in the city and district. He intends giving the best service and hopes to build up a large  business by providing the best of  everything at moderate prices.  Dr. J. JO. Spankie will leave next  week on a visit to his old home near  Kingston, Ont., after which he will  take a post Graduate course in surgery  in New York. He expects to be gone  about three months. There is also a  rumor regarding tiie popular doctor. It  is stated that he does not intend to'return lo Greenwood alone but that the  chief object of his visit east i.s to join  the order of benedicts. During- his  absence Dr. Gordon of Phoenix will attend to his practice.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICB.  STARLIGHT Mineral Claim, situate in tlte  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located: ���In  Skvlark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederic Blackmail  Holmes, Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 3'.i5)3,  formvself and as Donald Alexander Cameron.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 302+3 and A lex  ander Ii. Coutls Free Miner's Certificate No.  B. 4V59, intend sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining: Recorder fora Certificate of Improvements, f:ir the purpose of obtaining* a Crown Grant of the aboveclaim.  And further take notice'that action, under  lection 37, must be commenced before the issu-  ance of such Certificate of improvements.  I).-tt��d this 1st. dav of mav. A. I), vm.  K. H. HOLMF.S.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  'DIAMOND JOB" ami  "DOU'.'t I'UI,'  ��ral   Claim*   situate   in   Hi*   Kettle  Mininir Division of Yale Distiict.  Where located in Sninmil Camp.  'AKE NOTICE thai I. C. A. K. Shaw,  Min-  kiver  J. for Jane Russell Free .Miner's t'eilili  cat* No. B54807, Junies C. Helm, Free .Miller's  Certificate No, 11550.15. Wellim.M.m KIsou. Five  Miner's Certificate Nc. Jlal'WI. Uvan 1'niiv,  Free Miner's Certi Urate No. J!j.r0i.xi. ami William li. Peterson, Free Miner's Ceriilicate Xo.  It M*07, Intsnd, sixty davs from thedate hereof.  to apply to the Mining kecoi'.ler for a Certili.  eate of Improvements, for the puipi.se .11  vbtainiutf aCrowu Giants of the above claims.  And further take notice thru action, amlei  kettlen 37, must be cuniMenced before the is-  ���induce *{ inch Certificate of Improvement".  Baud tt��U ?��h Jay of March. A. D. l')(L".  C. A. E. SHAW. P. 1.. S.  There is a serious epidemic  of typhoid fever at Lei and   Stanford   University.     Among  those  down   with   the  disease is Henry   Madden   son of Mr  and Mrs. H B Madden of Greenwood.  l,ast Sunday evening members of  Houndary Valley Lodgre I..O. O. F. and  visiting'Oddfellows attended anniversary services in the Presbyterian  cliiirch. About ISO Oddfellows attended. A procession was formed at the  lodge room and the Oddfellows marched through the streets to the church.  Rev. Dr. McRae preached an appropriate sermon. Mrs. Oliver who was in  splendid voice sang- a solo as did also  M. Walker Harris whose singing- is  ,ilways greatly appreciated.  Capt. 'Wm. G. McMynn, of the recently formed Greenwood Civilian  Rifle association, under the Militia  act, has been notified that 12 rifles and  7/100 rounds of ball cartridge, for  practice purposes, had been shipped  from the military stores, Victoria, for  Greenwood. The local association has  72 enrolled members and its executive  consists of W. 6. McMynn, captain;  A. M. Whiteside, secretary: H L, Johnston and A. Logan. Arrangements  arj being made to clear a range near  town.  ������^e,'i'Ar''DeBris'a'y^ri'ght''"bf'"wiy"^ag''ent'"  for the Great Northern railway was in  the city this week. He was up to  Phoenix with Jas. Kennedy, chief  engineer, and A. H. McNeill, K. C .  solici'or for the company. Application  wis ruade to the Phoenix city council  for certain rights required over '.he  streets. As soon as matters are arranged at Phoenix, Mr. Dettrisay will  begin purchasing right of way from  Midway towards Greenwood.  K. H. Oliver arrived in the city this  week to start work on the Morrison.  Arrangements are being' made lo begin shipping from the property.  A. J. McMillan managing director  aud J. W. Astley superintendent of  the Snowshoe spent Sunday in the  city.  William Downie superintendent and  R. A. Hambridge, C. P. R. engineer  were in the city this week.  Ned Doiioliue a 0 P R brakesman  was killed at Phoenix Wednesday. He  f--.ll from a car and the train passed  over him. He was about 40 years of  aire.  GREATLY ALARMED  By a Persistent Cough, but Permanently Cured  by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law,  in Greenville, S. C, had been troubled  for four of five years with a continuous  jH|HH��H^KHMh.:^x<<^^^K^K''*<-x��-:��:'.��.x~M*.j  V  r  i  4  r  r  r  r  r  r  I  r  4  4  4  r  ....������>���;�����:������:������:������:������>>>���:������:  .���..���..���..���..  '���>���.������>���:���  Now Organdies, New Dress Linens, New Linen Skirting- $  New   Chambrays*.,   New  Linen Batic  New   Dress   Trimmin  Dotted   Swiss    Muslins,  t  New 5:    t  New Grenadines,  New Black Dress Goods, )���  Prints.  New  Lace   Lisle   Hose.       New  Co tton Hose.   Ne w Sli i rt Wa ists  Blouse?.    New Dress Skirts in  broadcloth,   cheviots.  f. Venetians   and  Lustres,   richly  trimmed   and  handsomely  finished,  X.'^'W'.M*^^^^  Mrs. r. P. Armstrong has returned  from a visit to Seattle aud other  American cities.  His Honor Judge Leamy heard applications in chambers in the city this  week.  B. L. Wood has reopened  a tailor shop on Copper  street (F. J. Mitchell's  old stand) and will be  pleased to welcome all  his old customers and  many new ones who  want  The Latest Goods  Best Workmanship  A Perfect Fit.  Merchant Tailor  Copper St.     Creeinvood  , /vV/</VS  S.BARRY YUILL  A  New   Restaurant   Run   on  to the  Live and Let Live Plan,  *%,  Where  Meals  can  be secured at all  hours, well served and at moderate  prices.  +*>  GIVE US A TRIAL.  +*,  ROBT. G. WOOD, Prop,  ;zyS"Remember Ihe place, next door to Arlington  Hotel.  r *  J?  DEALERS IN  LINOLEUMS, ETC  *     COPPEK STREET, GREENWOOD.  ���l~t~2tC~J*-??~J~t?^^Ir*--$^^  PRACTICAL       WATCHMAKEK       AND  JEWKLI.KK.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD-  He has been removed to the hospital at   COHKh whe says, "greatly alarmed me.  San   Francisco   and    is    progressing  favorably.  J. G. Billings and Pete Genelle of  the Yale-Columbia Lumber company  were in the city this week.  Jas. Lawrence, the Nelson hardware  man, was in the city this week accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence and  daughters.  causing- me to fear that I was in the  first stage' of consumption." Mr. Burbage. having seen Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy advertised, concluded  to try it. Now read what he says of  it: "I soon felt a remarkable change  and after using two bottles of the  twenty-five cent size, was permanently  cured." Sold by J. L. White, Greeu-  wtfo'd, a'rid^A. F. Thcto'as-, MJtfwa-yt  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DANDY" 51 .1 "SURPRISE FRACTIONAI.'  Mitten 11: aims, ���.���'.���.Hale iti tlie Kettle River  Minitif   '. ivision ..f Yale District.  Where . lated:    Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's Certificate No. Bt-4954. as  agent foi Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B-J1751, Intend, sixty davs from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mininp Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grants of the  above claims.  And further take  notice that action, under  section  37,   must   be   commenced   before    the  issuance of such Certilicatesof  Improvements.  Dated this 12tb, dav <rf March A. D., 1JB3,  IAVf l'rfs; Mtty'13 r. P. M#��'E'<Jrf  #8 ##�����* JS ��f 5�� �� �� ��s�� * �� * *B # �� �� �� #����(��!�� * # * f�� ����� S' *S �� ������� * * & Hi ifr ��t * i�� �� # ��i�� Bl # # # %  S *  5 *  *  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  *  rt  & ra r,i a ����� a tn d $ �� ft <i ft a ��$ �� ���� * *  WH0LSALE AND FETAiL DEALERS IN  J  f  \y  Markets in all tlie prinrijilo   tnwii--.  Alberta and llic Ynkmi,  St f ��.'.l ft ft ft �� ft ft ft ft Kt�� ft ft ft ft ft ft �� ft ft i  n a \i A \\] A W  MM COMMERCE j  With Which is incoi'DoratiJd  THE BAMK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,500,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKEK. General Mana<?er  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  /  ��� ��� *^ l>300^. t


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