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Array E*��s*  -���*>�� ''-y.-?..  of  ia,b-u;/  W:  hf  HI  Vol. 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, ^IDB]$fem"g=��? 1905.  Nov^.--^  '/  ���CCMPANY, LTD.-  5H0E5  NEWEST STYLES  BEST VALUES  Our exhibit of new shoes is ncrvv nearly complete. Special attention is directed to, the 'PORTIA' Shoe; one of the leading  American makes of fine shoes for women. Also Bell's Fine  Footwear���for men and women���and McCready's latest  styles  : ���   for men.  LADIES'  Patent Blucher, extension solej Cuban heel, dull calf  upper, $4.50. Vici Kid, in two styles (walking and light  sole) Cuban and Military- heel-a high grade shoe, $4.50. The latest  styles in Oxfords, exhibiting the Blucher cut and large eyelet.  GENTLEMEN'S  Just received the following  lines,   with  the  flat-iron   toe   and   Military   heel.      Patent  Blucher, fancy cut, dull calf upper.     An exceedingly dressy shoe  for $5.50.  Patent Blucher Oxford, extension sole, $4.50  Light tan Oxford, very popular this season, excellent value at S4.00.  CHILDREN'S  AUTONOMY  Important  Before  Measure   Now  Parliament.  a  f  Senseless Waste of Time fcy Conservatives.  Our   lines   of   children's,  misses'  and   boys' is  more complete than ever.    Weston's school shoes  have given good satisfaction in the'paat; they'can't be beaten.  RUBBERS  Headquarters for rubber goods of all kinds.    You Avill find our  lines and sizes complete.     Everybody  is wearing*  the  Granby  Roll Edge;  THE   BIG   STO  I The Russell-Law-Caulfield  LIMITED.  %  ?  ty  t  ?  V  A  We have just received a nice assortment of  TRUNKS  FR��M   $6.����   T��   ��13.50  Suit Cases from $3.00 to $13.50.     Grips from $2.75  to $5.00, and Telescopes from 60c to $1.50.  Our range of Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Clothing, etc.  is complete and at reasonable prices.  For fancy and staple  Groceries,   we  make  it  a practice  to'  order lightly, but of ten, thereby assuring you  that our stock  is always kept fresh.     '  ������������������*^fr��-H-**K>��<H'*-}'-'><^^  I American  | Shoes  I For Women  Spring and  Summer Shoes  Ottawa, February 26.���Before thU  reaches the numerous readers of the  Boundary   Creek Times, the measure  adding two additional provinces to the  broad Dominion will have been introduced by Sir Wi'frid Laurier. Regarding the general purpose of the measure  there is likely to be but little difference  of opinion.    Two   provinces are to  be  carved out,  one   to be   called Alberta  a'nd the other  Saskatchewan.     In all  probability there will be  more   strife  over where the capitals are going to be  than about the main object of this im-  potrant piece  of legislation.    But the  wise  ones   see   trouble  in   the bill���  trouble not only for the liberal party  but for the conservatives as well.    It is  the old,   old story of race and religion,  and when a religious issue is interjected into the  politics   of   this  country,  Heaven above knows what the end will  be.    The Catholic minority have separate schools in the Northwest territory  at   \he   present   time.   The minority  was protected   in   this  regard by the  Act   granting .territorial  government  to the Northwest." The separate school's  are    well    conducted   by   certificated  teachers and  are under inspection the  same as public schools.   The people of  the Northwest   are   quite   content   to  leave well enough alone.    It  is understood that in the bill granting-provincial   autonomy   the    same- clause   in  reference to separate schools is inserted.     So far as the immediate effect of  this clause is concerned  the  people of  the Northwest have no concern but the  firebrands will quarrel with the principle of the federal government restricting   the   powers   of   the   province   in  reference to educational matters.  Dr, Sproule, the head of the Orange  Order, will introduce an amendment to  rwipej>utLtl��_claj"se^e^ing_mth_sefi:.  arate schools. His leader, Mr. Borden,  will then be in a quandry. If he votes  for the Sproule amendment, he forever  antagonizes Quebec and without some  support in Quebec he can never hope to  win the premiership. Liberals are not  free from trouble. Sifton, Greenway  and others who made the fight against  separate schools and rode into power  on the issue in 1896 will have some  difficulty in deciding, upon the proper  course of action in this instance. There  is one thing certain that Sir Wilfrid  Laurier has never failed to successfully meet difficulty and he is not  likely to fail in this instance.  made with his estimates, it will take  exactly 27 months to pass the public  works estimates alone.  At the conservative caucus a few  days ago Mr. Borden and some of the  more sensible members of the party  read the talking machine a severe lecture. It was held that where criticism  was warranted it should be indulged in  but the senseless waste of time was  unpardonable and only reflected on the  conservative party. The offenders  promised to be good and they succeeded for a space of six minutes but the  temptation to talk was too1great and  they fell. From four in the afternoon  until midnight thej* used one item in  the estimates as an excuse to talk and  kept 214 members waiting for the end  to come. It is strange that parliament  has not yet discovered any method of  escape from these afflictions. The large  majority of members on both sides are  fervently praying that the day may  soon come when the intelligent electors  will see that these talking pests are  given an opportunity to infest anywhere but the parliament of Canada.  Yalk-Caeiboo.  TO DISCUSS  LIVE TOPICS  Board of Trade Will Meet  Saturday Afternoon.  18 I  NO MONOPOLY.  . Ottawa, Feb. 23.���The sub-committee on the Nicola, Kamioops & Similkameen Coal & Railway company's bill  reported today, but Duncan Ross objected to this road monopolizing the  Kootenay and Similkameen passes as  there was only room for one or two  roads at most, and this company might  take up all the available spaced Emerson satisfied Ross that other railways-were fully protected by the G-en-  eral Railway Act, as far as passes  were c&ncerned, aud ' the bill was  passed.  Procosed Extension of the Telephone  Service.  DIED OF PNEUMONIA.  Two Memlbers of the Winers' Union  -   Die at the Sisters' Hospital.  . Geo. Lewis," a well known smelter-  man of Boundary Falls, after'-a brief  illness succumbed to an attack of pneumonia at the Sisters' hospital late  Thursday night.  A few hours later Gus Schilling,  another patient in the same institution  passed away, a victim to the same disease. Mr. Schilling had beeh'ill for a  week. He hailed from Kaslo. Both  were members of Greenwood Miners'  Union and very highly respected by  their associates: There will be a joint  funeral Sunday, leaving undertaker's  parlor at 2:30 p.m. It will be conducted by the Miners' Union. . There will  be service at the Presbyterian church.  -JLIV X"JJAl"kJ-  QT M1V   T TfJXf  Wltho  Elastic  Instep -     .-w~-- ,(Mtep  With or Without "Elastic Instep'  TILE CCMJINE 1UVE THE NAME ON EVEBV S01E.  ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.  We have just received a large shipment of the  famous.JULIA MARLOWE SHOES. They fit like  a glove and feel like a slipper. Any foot that is  not a positive deformity can be comfortably and  stylishly fitted among the many styles produced  by this modern factory. We announce with great  pleasure that we are the exclusive agents of this  famous make of fine shoes and have in,, stock a  variet)^ of the best styles.  ' Children's Felt Slippers  SPECIAL PRICES W EELT SLIPPESS \ cw,dSS?*��l��esr1JS��r'  (. Women's Felt Slippers  35c pr  50c pr  60c pr  |   RENDELL & C  ?iiiiiiiiiaiiiuuuiiiinuuijaiiiiiamaaiUiiiiiiitimiaiiiiiiiiK  The ways of the intelligent electors  in some constituencies are peculiar.  Why men like Dr. Sproule and Haugh-  ton Lennox and one or two others  should be inflicted on parliament and  the country is one of the enigmas of  public life. Their continual and continuous and pointless chatter makes  parliamentary life a burden and costs  the country no small amount. One  statistician has figured out that during  the 23 years Dr. Sproule has been in  parliament, he has cost this country  upward of $1,000,000 by delaying >he  work of parliament by his almost insane desire to hear the sound of his  own unmusical voice. At the beginning of the session it was understood  on both sides of the house that this  session was to be a short one. The  leaders are endeaving to expedite the  work of the house but Sproule and  Lennox insist upon discussing every  iten-r'in the estimates. Hon. C. S. Hy-  ���nan, acting Minister of Public Works,  figured if out the other day and arrived  To Establish Daily Service Between  Phoenix and Chesaw.  Frank Royer will inaugurate a stage  service between Greenwood and Phoenix Monday next to make connections  with all Great. Northern passeuger  trains. He has also decided to run a  stage line between. Greenwood and  Chesaw, Wash., commencing April 1st.  During a recent trip to Chesaw Mr.  Royer received many assurances of  public patronage and support. . He has  bought six horses for the Greenwood-  Chesaw route. The following is the  schedule for the Chesaw-Phoenix route:  Leave Chesaw 3 a.m. daily; arrive at  Greenwood, 7:30 a.m.; Phoenix, 9:30 a.  in.; return trip��� leave Phoenix, 5 p.m.  daily; arrive at Greenwood, 5:40 p.m.;  arrive at Chesaw, 10:30.p.m.. Through  fare 35; express two cents per pound.  There has been no meeting of the  Greenwood Board of Trade for several  weeks. The secretary has been attending to the correspondence so far as  able but there are several public matters now looming up on which the  board should.take some action or close  shop entirely. The questions of a  bonus on copper, of extension of the  telephone service through Anarchist  mountain, McKinney and other points  west, of a terminal freight rale into  the Boundary are all of moment and  the influence of the board is being  sought in the same. The secretary  has issued a call for a meeting on Saturday next at 3 o'clock in the office of  Mayor Naden and has sent notices to  members of the board, to the merchants and hotelkeepers and others,  inviting them to be present'.  The indicationsarethat early spring  will bring up other public matters of  importance to the town, and unless the  board is going to be in a position to  deal with these, it might be better to  take steps to formally disband the  board, throw.up its charter and go out  of business entirely. For the first  time in its history the Greenwood  Board of Trade was not represented at  the late meeting of the Associated  Boards. The other towns of southern  British Columbia are getting ready for  a forward movement. Greenwood,  whose prospects are far better than  any of them,, appears to have settled  into a state of chronic indifference.  Let us all get together on Saturday  and do something, either iu the line of  active work, or in the direction of formal burial and then relieve the secretary ot the task of telling his correspondents that Greenwood is indifferent  to these public matters. For several  years a few people have tried to keep  life in the bo-.'.rd, now let the business  men generally either make the body a  living, active force or quickly bury it  once for all.  "PAUL KAUVAR."  Harold Nelson Returns "With His New  Dramatic Production.  Mr. Harold Nelson, the favorite  actor, has .scored artistic success in  many parts, but the hit of his career is  said to be in the great character of  "Paul Kauvar." This is the latest  dramatic production, the play dealing  with thrilling incidents of the French  devolution. In a spectacular sense it  is the most pretentious theatrical offering Mr. Nelson has yet made, and with  new scenery, complete costumes and a  strong supporting company a perform-  CITY COUNCIL-  The city council  met Monday night.  Mayor Naden presiding.  The   following   letter   from   J.   R.  Brown, M.P.P., was read:  "1 have your two communications of  the 17th inst. As far as the resolution  respecting telephones is concerned the  municipal committee have considered  this and are prepared to recommend an  amendment to the Municipal Clauses  Act, allowing municipalities to own  and operate all public utilities including telephones. I will support this  resolution when it comes before the  house. As to the resolution to amend  the Land Registry Act, the attorney  general has a bill before the house  extensive amendments to this act;  when this act conies up in committee I  shall endeavor to have an amendment  inserted along the lines of your resolution, but I do not know whether it will  pass or not."  Progress1 was made in drafting the  estimates. The items respecting-water  and streets will be larger than in previous -years.  Chamberlain's   Colic.    Cholera  and  Diarrhoea  Remedy.  The great success of this preparation  in the relief and cure of bowel complaint* has brought it into almost universal -use.     It never fail.*,  and when  at the encouraging  conclusion that at jcipated.     "Paul Kauvar" will be seen j  the rate of   progress  he  has already   ne*"e on March 7th.  reduced with  water and sweelened   is  ance of exceptional merit may be anti- j pieasant to take. It is equally valuable  /���  for children and adults,  all druggists.  For sale by BCUNDARy   CREEK   TIMES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  1.   H.   HALLET'  ���Bakkistkr, Solicitor,  Notary  Pxibwc.   '  0;i��lft Address:       iialli-tt."  ,.  ���,..   ) Bedford M*Neill*s  -"1S  * Moreiiijr ��i Neal's  ( Lciber's.  Greenwood,   a.   c.  MCL.EOD <fe BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Pukcic, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miner block, Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  j. R. Ukown*. J. P. McLeod.  A.  E. ASHOROFT.  Dominion aad  Provincial Laai Surveyor.  fining and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:   Church St. 'PIiotie Bio.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHlTESfDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and  - Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wick-wire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,   s      :      s      :   B.   G.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD tt. PARKINSON,  A. M- Can- Toe- C. E.  ; ��� Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys on  Kettle: River   and "West  Fork promptly attended to a.t. regular  .        ? prices.  Address :    FAIRVIEW P.   0., B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined and reported  on.   Will  lake charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.  0.  000<><K>0<K>0-O0-0<>-C*K>^  | We M Your Inspeetion  s     When in Need of  �� ���-���-���  I BLANK BOOKS,  I     STATIONERY,  0 OFFICE SUPPLIES,  g WALL PAPER,  1 CHINA AND  | FANCY  GOOD^,  |   _      CIGARS AND  TOBACCOS.  COLES & FRITH  00-C)0<X>0<>0<*KX)<>0<>OOOOOCMX^  She  Boundary Creel Times  -Issued Every friflav  OONCAN  ROSS MANA-StSQ  EDITOR  subscriptions in adtance.  Per Ybak    2 00  Six Months....  I 23  To Foreign Countries 2 50  FRIDAY  MARCH   J, 1*03  The application of structural  g-eolog-)- to mining" is coming* to  be better understood "by both the  geologist and the mining; man,  observes a contemporary. The  "practical" miner often thinks  that the geologist has nothing to  do with the proposition after  practical mining has started. He  confines the geologist's -work to  the preliminary report.and would  banish him from the property as  sopn as it comes time to start  actual mining, but here is where  the miner makes a mistake. A  geologist's work is only begun  with the commencement of the  development of a mine. In the  first place and before development is begun, a scientific study  of the structure of the formation  is   wise    and    often   absolutely-  necessary. In some cases it is all  right to *'follow the ore," but  ag-aiia where extensive development is contemplated, as for instance in au iron mine, it is  necessary to locate a shaft and  the mining building on barren  ground so as to provide for any  settling from future operations,  and to arrange to attack the ore  body in a systematic manner. In  this case a careful study of the  geological structure by a competent geologist will enable a miner  to determine which wall of the  formation is safest and best. One  case in point came recently to  notice. It was necessary +o remove the engine house of a certain extensive mining development, because of sinking ground.  The mine superintendent made  explorations by means of a diamond drill, laterally from the  bottom of the shaft, and finding  on the west side of the shaft, for  600 feet, a solid bed of diorite,  concluded to move the buildings  to that side, ignoring the important structural fact that the formation sloped to the eastward  and that lying on the incline  plane of the diorite was a wedge  cf unstable formation which the  additional weight of the engine  house would tend to force toward  the shaft, the very thing which  it was desired to avoid. The  geologist of the company, who  had studied out the structure of  the formation, saved4he superintendent from his error. The work  of the structural geologist in  finding a lost ore body or picking  up a faulted vein is a matter of  too common knowledge to need  more than, mention in this connection. Some of the Lake Superior companies employ the most  skilled geologists obtainable to  study the structural formation of  the deposit as the mining progresses and to direct the work of  exploring for new ore bodies.  One company employs a well  known geologist, at the rate of  $50 a day, of ten for months at a  time, to work in its mine, studying the structure, so as to furnish  data which will aid in exploration and development. An officer  "of the company recently said:  "Mr. Blank has cost us thousands, but1 on the other hand he  has made hundreds of thousands  for us." There is hardly any  ,mining^proposition���in which it is  not necessary to consider the geological structure of the formation.  In some cases the mining superintendent may understand the  formation sufficiently to avoid  making mistakes, but in most  cases and certainly incases where  the structure is complicated, the  expert study of the geological  structure is wisest  scarcity is simple; they are regularly shipped out of the country  by Canadian banks, which find  that they, can be used to advantage in purchasing New York  exchange at convenient poiuts  across the border. So long as  they can buy United States paper  currency from depositors at a  small discount, it pays the banks  to adopt this cotirse. The same  conditions do not obtain in reference to American silver. The  banks have no silver token currency of their own with which  this foreign coin comes iuto competition, so it is not, to the same  extent as paper currency, an obstacle to their business. It is  obvious that the responsibility  for maintaining the purity of our  national circulation attaches to  the Dominion, government. Every  United States coin in circulation  in Canada is displacing a Canadian coin of equal face value. Its  legal value in the United States,  or its nominal value here, is much  greater than its intriusic value.  Its nominal A?alue is derived by  reason of the fact that it bears  the government's imprint or promise to pay. The difference between its intrinsic value and its  nominal value, amounting .to  about fifty per cent, constitutes  the profit which the government  makes on the circulation of that  coin. /The cost of mintage is  charged against the profit, leaving withal a sufficient margin to  make the circulation very remunerative.  I  WATCHES  C LOCKS  JEWELRY  j��� ��� ��� :   Watch Repairing a Specialty  JH^��Remember a,guarantee  is given with all our work.  EWELLERS  GREENWOOD.  ^mmnmmmmmmrmmimitwmwiid  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��?  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  �� O  Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000.  Rest.  .$10,000,000.  President.   Lokii STiArncoi-A and'Mount Roval,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gi*orge A. Drummond.-'  General Manager:   E. S   Clotjston.- <  Branches in London, Eng. \ &llTll?rc����L \ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterlinp- Exchange aad.Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof tlie world.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *=��>  *=3  *=5  yimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmK  % *& -& *& 4- 4- <���$��� 4* -fc 4- ���& ���$* ���** 4* �����$��� 4- *lr *$* -$��� 4* 4- 4* & 4"$*3��  Munroe & Munroe, late of the  Montreal & Boston Copper Co.,  have broken the record for quick  settlement. They have paid oue  hundred cents on the dollar to all  claimants, aud have resumed  business in the shortest time ever  known under like circumstances.  They are now devoting their  time to the flotation of the Canadian Marconi Wireless Co.  The Canadian Bankers' Association has submitted a sensible  proposition to the Dominion government looking to the alleviation of the United States silver  nuisance. It is, iu effect, that  the "government should arrange  for the banks to take United  States silver from the public, reimbursing the banks0 for the  charges on shipping it out of the  country, the banks to take at the  same time from the government  an equivalent amount in Canadian silver. It is claimed that  under this arrangement the silver  circulation of our country would  be quickly relieved of a large  proportion of its foreign coin at  comparatively trifling expense,  and an immediate demand would  be created for the product of our  new Canadian mint, a product on  every dollar of which our government will make a profit of nearly  fifty cents. The circulation of  United States bills does not present any serious annoyance. The  explanation of their comparative  G.--T. P. WANTS AID.  Mr. Morse, general manager of tine-  Grand Trunk Pacific, is at. the coast.  In a recent interview he said:  "I have been advised by Mr. Hays,  president of the company, that he has  received cablegrams from Loudon saying that the Grand Trunk Pacific prospectus, issued in London, received tip  to 1 o'clock Friday morning���the time  of tlie closing���subscriptions for ten  times the amount asked from the public. This means," he added, "that our  =financiaLar^ngein^nts,for the line up  lo the mountain section are complete,  and that we will be able to rush our  work as rapidly as our engineering  corps, now, in the field, can give us our  location; or, in other words, that our  work will not, in any way, be retarded  or delayed for want of funds.  "I am only sorry that the people of  Britibh Columbia have not signified a  desire to co-operate with us to the extent of giving assistance, in the way  of land grants, that would justify at  this time our taking up the subject of  early construction at this end. I think  it is generally known that, in order to  build the road in a most economical  manner, and to do justice to our shareholders by obtaining the railroad ft a  minimum cost, it will be to our advantage to work from east to west. Of  course, in doing this, the expenditure  in Brttish Columbia, compared with  that would be made if we built from  west to east, would be materially reduced. It is, however, for tlie people  of British Columbia to say whether or  not they can afford to make it possible  for us to depart from the methods we  are now following in reference to the  construction of the new trail scon thi-  entai line."  **-?���.  4*  4��  Mines  Stocks  REPRESENTING  'The Phoenix Fire Assur-?  ance Co. of London, Eng.  [Liverpool and London and]  ' Globe Insurance Company.'  ] The British   America  As-  i suranccCo.*,   of Toronto.  i The Caandian Birkbeck i  ', In-vestment and- Savings'  'Co. ��� '  Real  3��- -��  GEORGE   R.   NADEN  MANAGER  ^*|lC��*^^��|3t^^��^^^l^l^^*|**^'^^^*J**J(*��^l��^��^.��|.��Jj��  THE CANADIAN RANK OF QMMERCE  Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.  Chas Drake, a mail carrier at Chap-  inville, Conn., says: r "Chamberlain's  Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments. The past year I was troubled  a great deal with rheumatism in my  shoulder. After trying several cures  the storekeeper here recommended this  remedy and it completely cured me."  There is no use of anyone suffering  from that painful ailment ���������-hen this  liniment can be obtained for a small  sum. One application gives prompt  relief and its continued use for a short  time will produce a permanent cure.  For sale by ail druggists.  With Which is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  0HKAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital..... :... ?..$   8,700,000  Rest  ...-'.       3,500,000  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1904) over..........   91,000,000  London Office. -j^.v^i, i���,���     Wm.Gray    'jAWntc  60 Lombard St. E. C. New Yorlt *���&*&     H. B. Walker i Aeents.  16 EXCHANGE PLACE. , ........., ���     - ,        ���  .  In addition the Banl< has 113 t)ratiQties and ajj-eticies in Canada'and .th    United States  including- the foUowin-r in British Columbia and the Yniton Territory.  ATTAIN. GREENWOOD, \NAXA1 VIO, VANCOUVER,   ���'  CRANBROOK,       KAMLOOPS. NELSON,        .   -:     VICTORIA,  DAWSON. LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER.East  WHITE HORSE,    E'ERNIE. End Branch.  Branches In tlie United States?  NEW YORK;      SAN FRANCISCO.      PORTLAND,      SEATTLE,     SKAGWAY  Deposits received, exclimifre bouclil   and  sold  and every description of , banking-  -businesstransacted, GREENWOOD BRANCH.  '  W. ALLISON, Manager.  INB50R   f*"|@TEL  ERNEST J. CART1ER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   tliroug-hout   with  electric lights.  We offer special  inducements  to  travellers  as we have the  ^finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar  excells  all others.  IS A WORK OF ART  Let us show you what we can do in that line for you, Mfm-irs'-g-iimfni-ff^^  **a��pa8'*ww'*fftnwrH>f'���w"'��**>��  ��Tw��igra-^T.is?��t^^f---j-.KC-^a'giB'S  -. -V-  1  I  I  It"**.  J',  I-'!  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  W  Never ia the history of the Boundar-y has the district had a brighter outlook than today. With the successful development of the immense large bodies.of low grade ore and the enlarged and much improved facilities for treating  at a very small cost, the continued opening up of new high grade properties and their successful and profitable |j^  operation has made the Boundary famous as a mining centre, and every day adds more to the list of new finds and ^|<-  bigger values. It is readily admitted that Greenwood is the Eldorado of the Boundary with all roads leading thereto, ^  and surrounded as it is, with such magnificent resources is destined in a few years to be a second Butte, If you ^  therefore want to participate in its future prosperity, now is the time to invest both in mines and real estate, For ^t  NBNETY DAYS we intend giving you a chance to make a safe and profitable investment. Every lot we own will be (||��-  ���$&. Pu* on sa*e at rock bottom prices during the above period, Prices ranging from $50.00 up, at terms to suit the pur-- 0<<r  ^ chaser.   Make your selection and make it early, ?  c  *>**S3  ���  : jAv>�� ...   m.  'M<-  LOCAL ITEMS  ffm. Frawley,an old timer, accompanied by his sister, Miss Frawley.  has returned to town after a two year's  absence. He has purchased Mr.  Flynn's barber shop, which he formerly owned.  James Grier, the veteran printer and  publisher, and well known in- Greenwood, is here renewing- acquaintanceship with his numerous friends. He  has recently been located at Fernie.  F. W. McL/aine is refitting and enlarging- his office in artistic style.  N. H. L-amont is lilting- up new  offices next door to F. W. McLaine, for  the Sing-er Sewing- Machine Co.  Thelast shipment of Rambler ore,  West Fork, ran S73.68 per ton.  The fourteen year old son of Mr.  Lee, Midway, died of acomplication of  diseases at the Sister's Hospital  Thursday. Interment will take place  at Midway.  Five men are now employed at the  Strati*more mine.  The -Vancouver World in a recent  appreciative editorial review of the  mining- situation had this to say of the  Greenwood high grade belt: . The high  grade mines around Greenwood, however, are worthy of more than passing-  notice, especially seeing that there are  more of them being- developed now  than at any period in the history of  camp. Twelve of these high grade  propositions, some of them already  paying dividends and all of them self-  sustaining, are now being operated,  giving employment to over ISO men at  the mines and helping to keep up the  payrolls at the three Boundary smelters. The fact is noticeable that the  men of the Boundary are putting their  own cash into these properties. Eastern capitalists who were bitten in the  share boom days being still rather in--  clined to fight shy of the mines here,  the citizens of Grand Forks,, Greenwood and Phoenix have shown their  faith in the possibilities of the mines  by going down into their own pockets.  And it looks ns if their faith will be  rewarded by the opening up of bonanzas at their veo* doors.  NEW PROVINCES.  SPIAILES* ���  IAGENT FOR THE GREENWOOD TOWNSITE COMPANY.  **( -t*        -f        TT        T        T        T *        T        T        -J-        -f-        -j-        T-      ,"*        T       ���T        *!*        T ���     T ,v    T        *       -J"        TT        TT        T        T        T        T        T        T">-  ^  Synopsis of RteuUtlotis Governing the Disposal of Dominion Lands  within the  Railway Belt In the Province of  British Columbia.  A LICENSE 'lo cut timber can be  -^-acquired only at public competition.  A rental of 35 per square mile-is charged for all tiinWr berths excepting  those situated West of Yale for which  the rental is at the rate of 5 cents per  acre per annum,  ���   In addition to the rental, dues at the  following rates are charged :���  Sawn lumber, SO cents per thousand  feetB.M.  Railway- ties, eight and nine feet  long, \l/z and l*f cents each.  Shingle bolts, 25 cents a cord.  All other products, 5 per cent on  sales,  A license is issued so soon as a berth  is granted but in ntisurveyed territory  ,no timber can be cut on  a  berth   until  . the licensee has made a survey thereof.  Permits to cut timber are also grant-  ; ed at public competition,   except in the  ���case of actual settlers, who require the  -timber for their own use.  Settlers and. others may also obtain  permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood  for sale without competition.  The dues payable under a permit are  SI.50 per thousand feet B. M.��� for  square timber and sawlogs of any  wood except oaV; from )4 to l'i cents  cents per lineal foot for building logs;  from 12"-�� to 25 cents per cord for wood;  1 cent for fence posts; 3 cents for rail  way   ties;   and   SO cents  per cord on  shingle bolts. ?  Leases for grazing purposes are issued for a term of twenty-one years at  a rental ot two cents per 'acre per an-  tuiin.  Coal lands may be purchased at S10  per acre for soft coal and S20 for anthracite. Xot more than 320 acres  may he .acquired by one individual or  compatiY.  Koyaltv at the rate of 10 cents per  ten of 2,000 pounds-is collected on the  gross.output.  Entries for land fur agricultural purposes may be made personally at the  local land ofiice foi '.he district in  which the land to be taken is situated,  or if the homestca-lcr'desires, he may,  on application to the Minister of the  Interior at Ottawa, the Commissioner  of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the  local agent for the District, within  which the land is situated, receive  authority for some one to make entry  for him.  .A fee of ."310 is charged for a homestead entry.  A settler who has received an entry  for a homestead, is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of the following plans:���  (j) At le.'tst sis- months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year during the term of three  years.  It is the practice of the Department  to require a settlor to bring 15 acres  under cultivation, but if he prefers he  may substitute stock; and  20 head of  with buildings for. their accommodation, will be accepted instead of the  cultivation.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the  father is deceased) of any'person who  is eligable to make a homestead en to*  tinder the provisions of the Act, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of  the land entered for by such person as  a homestead, the requirements of the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  patent niay.be satisfied by such person  residing with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent  residence upon farming land owned  by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements of the Act as  to residence may be satisfied by residence upen the said land.  Application for a patent should be  made at the end of three years before  the local agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.  Before making an application for a  patent, the.,, settler must give six  months' notice in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior.  Ottawa, February 4th, 1905.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE-  To John Nelson, J. A. Mutison aiul H.  Martinson or to any persou'or persons t:i whom  tliey may have transferred their interest ii: the  Morning-'Glory and Rainstorm Mineral Uaims  situate on Cedar Creek, main Kettle River, in  the Greenwood Mini-itf Division of Yale  District.  You are hereby notified that we have expended the sum of J40O for work on theabove mentioned claims and J10 for record'niir tlie ��� anie  for assessment wort- for two years, such beiii'.'  required and necessary lo hold said chums for  the years ending tlie 6lii of June. 1903 and 'lot.  under the provisions of the Mineral A. land  Amendinir Acts and if at the expiration of  ninety days front the date of first pubiK-.uioii  of this notice in titc lloundary Creek 'I'imes.  you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of  such exnund'uure tojrether wiih all cost > .>f ad-  vertisinu-, your interest in said mineral claim'*  shall become Invested in ns, your co-o vners.  upon filintr in the proper office in that behalf  the affidavit required by section 4 of the "Mill  eial Act Amendinir Act, l-KX)."  Dated 3rd March. IW5.  CHARLES E. JOHNSON.  JOHN KERCMAN.  A Safe Couth Remedy for Children.  In buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no  danger from it and relief is always  sure to follow.     It i* especially valu-  GRIPS, TRUNKS & VALISES  ANY STYLE.  At-fY  ANY QUANTI"  PRICE  Chief Provisions of Bill Conferfiuk'---  Autonomy on Northwest.  The following, are the features of the  bill introduced by Sir Wilfrid Laurier  on Monday last, creating the new provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan:  . The dividing line is the fourth principal meridian. The boundary on the  northern boundary is Athabasca. The  line between the Territories and Manitoba is extended straight north, forming the eastern boundary of Saskatchewan province, part of which is cut  off Saskatchewan and thrown into the  unorganized district? There are 25  constituencies in each province for the  legislature. The provisional capitals  are Regina and Edmonton. The finau-  ciafi^-lniraTcHuird  each province, viz.: grant for civil  government 550,000; capita grant, SO  cents per,head on-minimum' of 250,000  population, $200,000. The maximum  population on which this will be paid  is 800,000. A population debt or allowance of $32.43 per head on a minimum  population of 250,000 will be granted,  on which 5 per cent, will be paid, making about 5400,000. The grant in lieu  of land will bring the total revenue up  to 51,000,000 for each province from  federal sources.  The clause in the Northwest constitution guaranteeing separate schools  is re-enacted. L,ater an unorganized  territory will be divided between the  new provinces, British Columbia and  Ontario.  Sir Wilfrid made a strong argument  for the Dominion retaining hold of tlie  lauds. It was a policy which was supported by Sir John Macdonald. However as the lauds were retained, it was  necessary to make generous terms to  the provinces. The lands are valued  at 31.50 an acre, making for 25.000,000  acres, 537,500,000. Of this amount interest at one per cent, is allowed to  begin with, which would give $375,000  to each province annually. At present  each province will receive from federal  soujccs 31,320,000.  able   for  colds,   croup and whooping  cattle, to be actually his own property, COngh.    For sale by all druggists.  NEWEST ami LATEST in SUIT CASES  A. L. WHiTE & CO.  Chamberlain's   Colic,    Cholera   and  Diarrhoea   Remedy.  The great success of this preparation  in the relief and cure of bowel complaints has brought it into almost universal use. It never fails, aud when  reduced with water and sweelened ia  pleasant to take. It is equally valuable  for children and adults. For sale by-  all druggists. BOUNtmR*  CREEK   fiMES.  A GOOD SHOWING.  B.  C.  Permanent L.  & S. Co.  Reduces Interest Rate.  About the only loan company at  present loaning money in Greenwood  for building purposes is the B. C. Permanent, a provincial institution, one  which lias several stockholders in  Greenwood and one which has enabled  many people in Greenwood and Anaconda, to erect their own homes. At  the tenth annual meeting of the company held in Vancouver on the 22nd  inst., the president, in moving the  adoption of the annual repott, said:  "It is most gratifying for me to  again come before you in annual meeting assembled to move the adoption of  such a statement as the one now before  us. One year ago I stated- that > the  earnings for the year would,be over  5100,000 and the assets would increase  to 51,350,000. Actual results have  shown my estimate to be quiteconser;  vative, earnings for the year, having  amounted to over $103,000, and, assets  having increased to $1,400,000. We  all have good reason to be proud of the  increase of assets for the? year, which  amounted to one-third of a 'million-dollars.' The statement of the receipts  and disbursements for the year Shows  that the sum of S726,00f> was received  front investors in the stocks'arid debentures of the company; $96,000 was paid  in by borrowers as interest on loans  and $295,000 in repayment of principal','  making tptal receipts for the year of  over $1,100,000.  "At a recent meeting a motion was  passed by unanimous vote of the directors, making a reduction of one-half of  one per cent, per annum, to take effect  on July 1st of the present year, and to  be allowed on all loans on which payments are up to date on June 30th."'  The voluntary reduction of the interest rate on obligations is certainly'  a new departure and speaks volume's  for the management of the compaiiy]  This reduction is to be allowed all  present borrowers who are not in  arrears to the company on June 30th  next.  A Chicago Alderman Owes His :Elec*-  tion to Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy.  "I can heartily and conscientiously  recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for affections of the throat and  "'ui'gs," says .Hon. John Skenick,.��220  So. Peoria St.,.Chicago. "Two years  ago during a political campaign, .1  caught cold after being overheated,  which irritated my throat and I was  finally compelled to stop, asTcculd not  speak aloud. In my extremity a friend  advised me. to use Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. I took two doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses  when I found the next morning the inflammation had largely subsided. I  took several doses that day,- kept right  on talking through the campaign, and  I thank this^ medicine that I won iriy  seat in the co-.mcil." This remedy is  for sale by all druggists.  Many people suffer for years from  rheumatic pains, and prefer to do so  rather than take the strong medicines  usually given for rheumatism, riot  knowing that quick" relief from paiin.  may be had simply by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm and without taking any medicine internally. Rev^  Amos Parker of Magnolia, North Carolina, suffered,for eight years with' a  lame hip, due to severe rheumatic  nains. He has Deen permanently  cured by the free application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale by all  druggists.  NOTICE-  . I:..have had stray animal on my  place since middle of October last, viz.  a.red heifer.coming three year old,- no  visible brand or mark of: any. description. If not claimed within three  week from, date of this insertion will  be sold :to pay expenses.  .Dated this 3rd day of March, 1905.  THOS.   WISTED, Rock Creek.  No other workingman's shirt  .,is made so big or comfortable or  .so strongly as the H.B.K. Big  J-Shirt  Not a skimped, factory-made,  cheap shiit but a shirt made-of  '.honest material and lots of it.  As big and easy fitting ;is the  ones your mother used to make  with three yards and a half of  goods. Every H.B.K. Bi--Shirt  has three and a half to three and  .three quarter yards of material.  Ample room under the arm-  ,pits, broad and spacious on the  shoulders, full and long bodied,  big sleeves, an easy wearing shirt  and .a long- weaving shirt.  Every shirt ia branded with  this brand and guaranteed iby  the makers.  THE  Luxury  of a  BATH...  fsA   J  COLUMBIA COLLEGE.  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.,  Montreal       Dawson        Winnipeg  in  IN REACH 0"= EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO  WATER HEATER, the latest  invention, at  Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED.  Sole Agents,   Greenwood, B. Q-.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  'No. 12 Fractional", niiueral claim situate in  tlie Greenwood   Miulujr   Division   of   Yale  District.   Where   located:     In  Providence  cam ii.  TAKE NOTICE thall, M..I). Scheiick, Froe  Miner's Certificate No. H55SM intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply tc the Minins;  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown <jratit of the  above claim.  And further take  notice  that  action, under  section 37, must be commenced before   the issuance of suclt Certificate of Improvements,  "luted tills 29th day of Dec. A. D., 1904.  M". D. SCHENK.  MOTICE is hereby- [riven that the Nicola  Kaiiiloops and Similkameen Coal and  Railway Company will apply to the Parliament of Canada, at theensuinjr Session thereof,  -foran A��*t declaring that the said Company is,  and has been since its Railway was by 3  Edward VII, C. 164, declared to be a work for  tide g-etiferal advantage of Canada, a Compan v  iiiider the legislative jurisdiction of the Paf-  ItSLitient of Canada, and authorizing- the Company to construct and operate in extension of  the Railway it is now authorized to construct,  a Railway from Osoyoos Lake to a point at or  near Grand Forks with power to connect with  the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railwar  at or near Grand Fcrlcs, and with the Columbia  and Western Railway at or near Midway and  extending the times limited by the Acts respecting "he Company .for the commencement  and completion of its undertaking, and for  other purposes.  Dated at Toronto this 7th day of December  llO*.  H. S. OSLER,  Solicitors for the Applicant.  Founded 1892  Incoporated 1893  NKW-WItS-CatlNSTER,  B.   C.  Provides a Christian'home for students of both sexes at Modern rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior  students, doing grade public school  work. Does high school work, confers  all high sellooL privileges, and prepares  for teachers' examinations. Teaches  all branches of a practical business  course and (jives diplomas. Gives a  liberal education in its collegiate  course and hi the ladies' college course  for M.E.L. an<l M.L.A. in university  work. Can take students through the  complete arts course and the degree of  B.A.. can be obtained from Toronto  University with which the college is in  full affiliation.  For full in-formation and terms write  Rev. W. J, Si-pperell, B.A., B.D., principal; or Rev. J. P. Bowell, bursar.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of TmDrovements.  NOTICE. .? .���    .  "���Wallace -Fractional" Mineral' claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale  District. Where located: .'In. Graham's  Camp. ..   .     J,   '-'���.      ..'.-,.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M.. Kerby,  Free Miner'sCerUficatc No.B74615,,intend;sixty  day's from Uie 'late hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder-for n Certificate of Improvaments,  for,the purpose of obtaining.a Crown Grant  of the above claim.  And further talce notice that, action.'- under  section 37, must be commenced before the isstt  ancc of suclt Certificate of Improvements.  Dated litis L7tli day of January, A.D. 1905.  FORBES M. KERBY.  MINERAL ACT  CerHficate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "Meadow View No. 2'"- Mineral Claim, situate  iu the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale  District- "Wlierc located: One mile north  ot FireYalley Creek aud four miles east of  Kettle River?  TAKE NOTICE that I, John B. Old acting  agent for tnvself Free Miner's Certificate  No. IS 8364", intend sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the.purpose, of  obtaining ft. Crown Grant of the above claim.  And fnttlicr tal<e notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sticb Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12tU day of January, A. D. 1905.  JOHN B. OLD, Fire Valley, B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Globe" Mineral Claims, situated in the Greenwood Miniuir Division of Yale District.  Where located:    In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. JB. Shaw, ap-cu't  for William Law, Free Miner's CCitifi-  cate No 3580518, ��� and John Gray, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS0551, intend sixly  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  'Mini up Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gram of theabove claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 3", must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate/of Improvements.  Dated tli is 20th day of December A D. 1904.  C. JR. Sir.VW, P.L.S.  MINERAL, ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "Pa"adora"aud "Sttitimercst" Mineral Claims;  situate in tilts Osoyoos 'Mining- Division of  ^"^"^ale-Di strict-^=Where^loca(ed ^TAyojniles,  east of Kettle River and one mile north of  Fire "Valley Crock.    .    . ;  TAKE ' NOTICE that J, John B. Old,  Free Miner's Certificate, No. 1$ 83647,  acting- as'-i-rent for Arthur. H. Old, Free  Miner's Certificate No.. B83648, and Wm.  H. PagcFree Miner's'Certificate"'-No. BS3649,  intend', sixty duvs from the date hereof lo  apply to the "Milling Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grunts of the above claims  And ftirtlicT titke. notice that action; under  section 37, in list be commenced before the issuance of siicli Certificates of Improvements.  Dated .'Ins nth day of January A. D., 1905.  JOHN B. OLD. Fire Valley, B.C.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Porto Rcco" Mineral claim, situate in the  Greenwood Minim; Division of Osoyoos  DWlrict. Where located: In Dayton'camp  adjuliiirlj,' the Dayton mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Syndcy M. Johnson.  Free Miner's Certilicate No. BSU515. for  self and as aireitl for Jane Russell,Free Miners  Cerliiicate No. BH5s'��. and Blanche Lawder,  Free Miner's Certilicnte No. 1574694. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mini hit Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaiuiag- crown  (jrant of the al>��ve claim.  And   further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of sncli certificates of improvements.  Dated this3nd day of February, A. IX. 1905.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT. ?  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CORNATION Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mininir Division of YaleDistrict Where located: In Providence  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that i, T. H Patterson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85690 for  self arid as administrator for a Ferfrusou, Free  Miners Certificate No. B8S6S9, and as agent for  H. V. Fuller, Free Miners CertificataNo. J*St)536  intend sixty daya from the date hereof, to apply  to the Miniiif*- recorder for a certificate of In't  proven-tents," for the prrpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice  that  action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of suoti certificate of improvements.  Dated this 2nd day of Dece'mber. A;D. 1994.  T. H. PATERSON.  *C��C2�� AND  i >���/" **'" >��^*  Ve^*'^*/V  B.  W,  BISHOP  ��   PLUMBER  luL  0- S? FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of th*1 city.  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North-  port.  r-ffective June 14th, 1903.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of'Improvieiie%iit!*i?  NOTICE.  LITTLE RUTH Mineral   Claim,-sitiiate  in  the Greenwood Mining- Division of���;.Yale  District.     "Where  located: . In. Deadwood  Camp, adjoining- the Moreen Mineral claim  TAKE NOTICE tli at .3, Sydney M. -Johnson, acting as agent for Frank J. Miller  Free Miner's Certificate No'. B 8U502, 'VVm. M.  Law, Free Miner's Certificate'No. B 803.18- and  John Lucy Free Miner's Certificate No.'B'86301,  intend, sixty davs from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice that action;,'ttnd��r  section 37, must be commenced before the'fliu-  ance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D., 1905.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NQTICB, '  No. 7 Mineral Claim, situate in the GreenWood  Mluiiifr Division of Yale District. /Where  located: In Decdv-ood Camp adjoWn***'  the IJuclchorit Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I Sydney M. Johnson,  acting- as apent for Pat Hiclt'ey?Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 80496, Frank Ji Miller, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 80502,, Wm.  M. Law. Free Miner's Certificate No. B; 8O5I8,  H. L.1 Morg-an, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B, 80448, aud Duncan Mclntoshy .Free  Milter's Certificate No, B8S097, inund,','4ixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement!  for the purpose! of 'obtaining- a CroYrn'G'rkkt of  the above claims. -.  And further take notice that actlou,-' uuAer  section 37, must' be commenced befpr* th��  issuance of such Certificate of ImproVemcnte.  Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D.. 1905,  SYDNEY M. JOHNS'ON,  NOTICE 6P FORFEITURE.  LtfCAVl*  8:45 a. m.  10:40 a. m.  7:20 a. m.  10:35 a. m.  S:30 a. ni.  Spokane  Eosskind  Nelson  Grand Forks  Republic  Al-RIVU  6:15 p. m.  4:35' p. m.  7:20 p. m.  4:00 p. m  6:15 p.-m.  In Connection With  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT  LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DUI/UTH,    MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO and ALL- FOINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOM A   VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all LACIFIC  COAST POINTS.  Throuifh Palace arid Tourist Sleepers.  Dining   and'- Buffet  Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daiiy 2  ^^or rates, folders and full information r egarci. i Tilf"~tripsT^c'Sl l^oir^or���act?  dress a- ag-ent of the S. P. & N. Railway', or  H. Brandt,  C. p. & T. A.,  7sl W Riverside Ave  'Spokane, Wash  TO J. F. WELLS or to any person or.periOns  to whom he may lia-vc transferred'-hia interest in the Astro fractional mineral claim  situated in the Greenwood Mining- Division  of Yale District.  "XTOXJ are hereby' notified tliat I liarr* ex-  X     oended the sunt of7$100.00 (on�� Hundred  dollars for assessment' Work on al)ove:mehtion-  edclaims, such being required and necessary to  hold the same for  the year eudin-r 29th. Dec.  1104, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  aud Amendinir Acts, and if at tne expiration of  ninety days from the date of  the first publication  of this notice lii the "Boundary Creek  Times" you fall or refuse to contribute-your  portion of such expendituie namely $25.t>3 due  by    you    J.     P. Wells,   tog-ether    with'  all  costs of advertising,   your  interests   in   said  mineral claim    shall,   become vestedlin   me  (your co-owner(upon filing- in the proper ''office  in that behalf the affidavit required bisection  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act 1900."  Dated this 24tli day of February, 1904.  S. H. STING-LEY.  Notice of Forfeiture.  To ANDREW HAMILTON, or to any'-.person  or persons to ivhont he may have trans'fered  his interests in the GREAT LAXIE and  TWIN mineral claims situate af Summit  Camp in the Greenwood Minins Divis'on of  - Yale District.  YOU are lierebv notified that we - have expended the sunt of $200.00 for work on the  above mentioned claims and $3.00 for recording-  he same for au assessment on each, 'such be-  ng- required and necessary to hoi the said  claims for the year ending- the 3rd day of September, 1904, nnder the provisions of tlie.Min-  eral Act and Amending Acts: and if'attht  expiration of ninety days from the..dateof  first publication of this notice in the Boundary  Creek Times, you fail or refuse to contribute  your portion of such expenditure namely, $68.33  together with all costs of advert'sini? your in  terests iu said mineral claims shall_become Invested in us (yourco-owners] upon filirtfr in the  proper ofiice in that behalf/the 'affidavit re  quired by Section 4 of the "Mineral" Act  Amend ing- Act. 1900." ��� ,  Dated lhis;2nd dav of December, 1904.  'THOMAS KERMEEN  TIIOIfcAS CORKHILL.  H. A. Jackson:,  a. i'. & p. a.,  Spokane  Wash.  CANADIAN  . ..RAILWAY...  LOWEST RATES  BEST TIME'  EAST  TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  NEW YORK,  MARITIME PROVINCES  NEW ENGLAND.  WEST  VANCOUVER.  VICTORIA,  SEATTLE,  CALIFORNIA POINTS  UNEQUALLED PASSENGER SERVICE  Standard and tourist sleepers, couches  and dining- cars.  TOURIST SLEEPER SERVICE  "IXT-p" CrT Leave Revelstoke Monday, "\Yed-  VVJiiJl. nesday, Thursday. Saturday for  Seattle and Vancouver.  "C" A CT Leave Dtinsmore Jet. for Toronto  "��* Wednesday and Sunday. For Montreal, Monday aud Fritlay,   For Doston Friday.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP AGENCY  Through bookings  to and  from Great  Britain and the continent.  For   rates,  folders,   and  tickets apply  to local ag-ents or to  E. R. REDPATH,   Agent,  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  E. J. COYLE,     J. S. CARTER,  A.G P.A. Vancouver D.P.A. Kelson.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvemerits  NOTICE.  ������SLATE FORMATION" Mineral Claim, ��it-  uate in the Greenwood Mining- Division of  YaleDistrict. AVIierelocated: In Smith's  camp. v.',  TAKE NOTICE tuat I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  atrent for Kenneth C. B. Frith, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS5629, .intend sixty  days from the date liereof. to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of. Improvements,  for^the purpose of iObLaining-^a^CroxviLOrant of_  theabove claim.  And further talce notice that  action,  under  section   37,   must be commenced  before   th��  issuance   of    such    Certificate    of   Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of December, A. D., 1904.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Ceil.iricjte of Improvement.  NOTICE.  ���'Maine" Mineral Claim situate in Greenwood  Mininpr Division of Yale District. Wher��  located:   Ou Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICF. that we, N. E. Peterson,  Free Miners'Certificate.No. B8S,688 S.' T.  Larson, Free Miner's Certificate^ No. B86,330,  and M. T. McJIynu, Free *Ni*iner's .Certificate  No. B83.S02, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder tor a  Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtainiitp  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further  tal<e  notice that action, under  section 37, must beconunenced before the issil-  anceof such cert-ficate of improvements.  Dated this 20tlt day of September A. D. W04.  N. E. Peterson  S. T. Laxskn  M..T. McMynn.  S. BARRY YUI'LL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD, ^P*5*2*2*^^  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIME&  The Skylark will put on anight shift  next week.  The "War Eagle mine made profits of  $80,000 last year.  The working- force at the Oro Denoro  is to be increased shortly.  John Matthews is about to start  work on the Putnam claim, which has  a quartz lead.  Northern is  bringing in  ore daiiy to the Granby  smelter from Rossland.  The Great  four cars of  The   Guggenheim Exploration   Co.  has an authorized capital of seventeen  million dollars;     It has paid $1,286,000  in dividends.  ��� .'���  ,'..         The Great Northern steel dump cars,  ��� which held about 50 tons of iron ore in  Michigan, will,   by   actual   test, hold  but 33 or"35 tons of Granby ore.  A compressor plant is being installed'!  on the Copper World,  Palmer mountain, Okanagan district.     The tunnel  will be driven  an additional thousand  feet. '    ' ?       . ;/?  Owing to the scarcity of power, the  Granby Co. is now using the Knob  ;Hill.compressor as an' auxilliary. It is  of ten drill capacity and, of course,  operated by steam.  The Banner claim, E ranklin camp,  north fork of Kettle river, has been  bonded by Frank McFarlane to. * a  Grand Forks syndicate, organized by  Wm. Spier and Dr. Northrop.  David Oxley and Ira Tower .have  located the Sadie fraction mineral  claim in Wellington camp. ,.  Louis Wilputte, representing the  Western Canadian Colleries, Lille,  Alberta, was here this week on business with the local smelters.  There is talk of a merger of the California, White Bear and Jumbo mines  at Rossland. The former is controlled  by Jay P. Graves and S. H. C. Miner.  It is the intention of the provincial  government to accept the surveys made  by the C.P.R. company, last summer,  in block 4,589 Southeast Koo'enay, as  final.  John Rogers, who was injured at the  Senator mine three weeks ago in the  premature blast that killed' J. Byrne,  has recovered sufficiently to resume his  duties'at the mine in Summit camp.  Richardson," John A.   Lvons,  .Wash.;. J. .Gorman,   Spokane,  ;' J-"'F-  Colfax,  shareholders in the Strathmore mine,  were visitors here last Sunday. They  were accompanied by Fred H. Knight  and other associates.  A zinc smelter is being erected at  Frank, Alta., by the Canadian Metal  Co; the stock of which is. owned in  France, Belgium and Canada. It will  have a capacity of over 50 tons per da.3*.  Thos.Newby and Lee Mercer have  driven ������an 80-foot, tunnel on the Gloucester, claim in Gloucester camp since  last fall, and'expect to drive another  80 feet by Mayl'' The Gloucester has  an immense body of copper-gold ore.  Chas. Haering, formerly of this city,  is now located at Teller, Alaska. He  writes'the, Times ihat he recovered  from his property there last fall a  nugget weighing 22^ oZs. and worth  $358.75. He is anxious to know the  address of John ��urfiish, of Greenwood.  ,.    ���        *������  The*Hill' Crest Coal & Coke Co.'has  obtained a Dominion charter of incorporation, with $500,000 capital, and  head'office at Montreal. The incorporators are Rufus H. Pope, Compton,  Que.'; G. W. Fowler. M.P. Sussex, N.  B.; R. A.?Peingle, M.P.; M. P, Davis,  Ottawa;:' Wm. Farwell, Sherbrook,  Que.?and C. P.'Hill, Frank, Alta.  The number of men employed in the  Houghton district of Michigan is about  15,000. Of these men upwards of 5,000  are employed by the Calument and  Hecla company. ' Although the Calu  metiand Hecla'only employs about one-  third the.iuim.ber of men, it produces  nearly one-half of the output of the  district.  The coal-miners at Coleman have returned to- work.. The terms of the  agreement are said to be satisfactory  to both sides and a two year contract  has been signed. The schedule of  rates drawn up is based upon that now  in force in other colleries in the Crow's  Nest Pass. The strike has been on  since the 1st of January and the townspeople of Coleman are thankful for its  termination.  .Thursday afternoon a pretty good  sized blast was set off at the Rawhide,  mine, by which it is estimated that  from 2,000 to 4,000 tons of ore were  loosened up in the glory hole of that  1 property, supplying wo'rkfor the muckers for some weeks to' coirie, says the  Phoenix Pioneer. A large number of  kegs of black powder were used, the  blasting being in charge of. M. J.  Burns, who has been ou railway work  for the last 15-years. Supt. Collins  thinks this is the cheapest kind -of  mining yet devised in the Boundary.  In the recent debate on the Eight  Flour Smelter Bill, Mr. Brown (Greenwood) said that in the smelters of his  district about 18 per cent, of the men  worked eight hours under present conditions, 32 per cent, worked ten hours,  and 50 per cent, worked twelve hours  per day. The men engaged in the unhealthy part of the work were only on  duty eight hours in the Boundary  country, although he' believed they  worked twelve hours in the lead smelter at Nelson. The twelve hour men  were not working ail the time; The  employment was not continuous. It  wa6 simply a matter of being on the  ground. The fact that insurance companies accepted smelter workers as  ordinary risks with the exception of  seven or eight per cent., argued that  the employment was not regarded as  specially inimical to human life. Mr.  Hawthornthwaite contradicted himself  when he said the men had no redress  except through the legislature, and  that employers would work them  longer if they could do so. The workmen had protection in the unions. He  had no doubt that a great many smelters would closedown if this bill became law. -The smelter at Greenwood  had not paid one cent in dividends, and  the industry taken as a whole had lost  money up to the present time. The  proposed law would add about $45,000  to the payroll at Greenwood, representing an increase in the cost of operating  of 25 per cent., and this the industry  could not stand. The effect of the law  would be to divert the smelting business across the boundary only a few  miles distant, where there was no such  law in force? Moreover he feared that  if the smelters closed down now, by  the time they re-opened the men now  employed, would have been compelled  to leave and a new class of cheap.labor  possibly Mongolians would be introduced to take their places. For these  reasons he could riot support the bill.  Its the April hatched pullets that Lay  the Fall and Winter Eggs,  This next  week is tli��. best time to set for your April chicks.  ���        ' ���    ' ' '   ' '',"' !'.'':.  FAN NELL   will hatch your eggs Irriore cheaply than you can run a small  incubator?    Having had several 3*ears  experience  how its-done.  he knows  WRITE    FOR    TERMS   FOR  COMMENCES  FIRST   SETTING   WHICH  /Oth   MARCH.  MIDWAY, B. C.  ave  Made that resolution to begin the new  year right by buying your Meats, Fish,  Etc.  at the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  Call up  That's us  Smelting at the new plant of the  Sullivan Group Mining company, at  Marysville, B.C., should start with the  first furnace ^;a:bput March. 1. The  second f urnace f^-a' duplicate of the  first, with a' capacity ' of 200 tons of  lead ore daily���is expected to be running March 15. The last of the machinery is on the road, and cold 'weather is the only thing expected to delay  operations.-  Electrician Cootes has Ix-en busy setting up a new 20,000-pound electric  motor for the electric tramway ot the  Nickle Plate mine This motor will be  the great mogul of the line, and will  have brawn enough in its shoulders to  perform any dutj- required of it from  yanking a sawlog out of the woods to  handling a train load of ore. The  motor formerly in use will henceforth  be employed only on the lighter work  of the road.  The Standard Oil company has just  declared a dividend of 15 percent, for  the current quarter From 1891 to 1895  this company paid 12 percent, a year.  Its dividends increased to 44 per cent.  in 1903 and they were 36 per cent, in  1904. The dividend for the current  quarter would indicate a present earning- equal to $60 on every share of the  stock, or a total of $60,000,000 on the  capitalization of $100,000,000. These  enormous profits on their face prove  that the oil trust is actually monopolizing all the profits of the oil business  which equitably should be distributed  to the fee owner, the operator, there-  finer and the dealer and also, incident-  ally, it is evident that a considerable  portion of this enormous profit is made  up from excessive prices to the consumer,  The Gold Bug mine which has been  recently incorporated for $250,000 and  wliifh adjoins the" Elkhorn mine on the  westtand within one claim of the Providence mine, is now being activey  developed by neans of a tunnel.- "This  tunnel will give, on completion, over  200 feet depth on the ledge. The ore  .assays'ifqrii.$50 to $300 per ton. It is  'the intehtionjof the directors to place a  limited amount of ?shares on the market at the exceptional^1-, low price of  20 cents per share, the proceeds of  which will be devoted entirely to the  "development of the property. When  one considers that the promotors themselves have practically.paid nearly this  price for each of their shares and the  whole amount being used in the development of the property and moreover  they being men of exceptional business  and mining ability, it seems unnecessary to speak about the merits of an  investment iu this company, Mr. F.  W. McLaine has been appointed office  broker for the company.  This week we are opening  up, a very choice assortment  of the following* lines:  Lace Curtains,  Sheets and  Pillow Cases,  Bead Spreds  }��� P�� KL  Prop.  AINEl  FIRE. LIFE <&  g ACCIDENT--... __  1 STOCKS AND SHARES A SPECIALTY |  rYOCAIv~AGENT FOR.C. P. ?R. LANDS.      ' ' -^  White and  Colored.  The goods are of the latest  designs and patterns, and  the price is the price of the  O T C--the lowest.  A. L. WHITE & CO , Props.  H  OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.      GREENWOOD, B. C. ||  C^M**!**!-**********!-*^"***^^  DEALKRS IN  FURNIT  TIT  CARPETS  )  The'proposition of extracting- gold  front sea water has come to light again  and this time in London. Notwithstanding the fact that it comes out  with some names very high in science  as sponsors, the American investor is  likely to have in "mind the pious sea-  water extraction fraud that was promoted in New England a few years  ago. The gold is in the sea water, but  so far its extraction has not proved  commercially practicable. The most'  most novel suggestion we have seen  along this line, which was to the effect  that the ocean liners should be so arranged that gpld from the sea water  would be electrolytically deposited on  the copper hulls. This is a better idea  than the one f'om London and infinitely better than the Maine scheme. In  all probability the idea will be capitalized at no distant date and everybody  can have a chance to gee rich by buying stock in the comprny.  0<K*K>00<>0<><><*K>00<><><>0<KH>0<��00-Ol  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc, *   ���-  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  JWI  B.'C.  00000000000000 000000000000  *f j? J? *" 1? S? 9T & J?* J? Jf 8? S? J?" J? �����? 8f..  3 LINOLEUMS, ETC.  t COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  ���;��� ���   ���  ���>  ..^.^���^���^���^r��.v%<��v*��*��!��"-<-^  tytytyty ty:^tytyty tyitytytytytytyty tytytyty tytytyty tytytytytytytytytytytyty *  *}  *?  V  ?  ?  ...WINDSOR CAFE...  -HARI^ COUTTS;; Proprietor  MEALSi--''^  ^ M  Dining Room   in the Windsor .Hotel���Everything  firsifClass.  EUROPEAN PLAN.  '.tytytytytytytymtytytyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  it  ty  ty  ty  ty  . A. Grierson  A  f.  1ft  fi  A  A  **  **  **���  HOUSE  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  PAINTER  Nice Stock of Wall  Pacer to choose from  Opposite the B. C Hotel in Building formally occupied by the  Postoffice.   Phone 15.  Greenwood, B.  *%  *��  **  �����*  '*  ��,4?si-*-st?sP-*rjFs*?-^sP{ffj^j?jpje��*iFsf  ty tytytytytyty tytytytytytytytyQtytytytyqtyty^tytytytytytytyty  tytytytytytytyty tytyptytytytytytytyitytyptyatytytytytytytytytytytyatytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty^ty  ~l . .->���>������-- 0  ft  ft  e  ft  ��  ft  ��  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ��  ty  ty  ty  ft  ft  ��  tt  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  ft  a  e  ��  ��  ��  a  ty  vtytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyotytytytytytyOty&Qtyotya&tytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty  Greenwood,  C. &OUNDARV   CREEK   TIMES.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
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Mr. C. P. Walker presents the
eminent, actor
MR.
AND HIS COMPANY
In Steele Mnckay's stirring drama
of the French Revolution
uvar
The most complete scenic investiture ever seen in the west.
Prices SI.00 and  75 cents.     Seats on
sale at White Bros, and Thomas
Drug Store.
TOWN TOPICS
Maj-or Rumberger, of Phoenix, is in
New York.
James Dale has returned to the West
Fork district.
<The county court will sit here on the
11th inst., Judge Spinks presiding,
Mrs.oR. K. Steven, of this city, left
Tuesday for Nelson on a visit to her
sister. '
Mrs. Thomas A. Garland, of Portage
la Prairie, has arrived here on a visit
to her husband.
There has beeu an excellent local
and outside demand this week for
shares in the Boundary-Elkhorn Mining Co.
Bush's oichestra -will furnish the
latest selections at the. annual ball of
Miners' Union in the Masonic hall,
March 17th.
A meeting will be held in Mayor
Naden's office this (Friday) evening- to
arrange for another public dance in aid
of the ambulance fund.
J. A. Baker, of Slocan City, was a
visitor here this week. He is a member
of the provincial executive of the Wes-
ern Federation of Miners.
W. J. Snodgrass of Okanagan, owner
of a steam laundry here, which has
been closed for three years, is in town
preparing to open the same.
James H. Wells,  of Chicago,  spent
several days here this week inspecting
^-varibtis'h i gh=^grad e--propositions.---He
was shown over  the   camp bY  Alex.
Miller.
J. K. Fraser, owner of the Evening
0Star and Sibley group, Wellington
camp, was in town Thursday. Mr.
Fraser is convalescing from a severe
illness,
F. C. Anderson, who has been with
the Montreal & Boston company as
electrician, has accepted a position
with the Greenwood Electric Co. Mr.
Anderson was formerly in the electrical business here in the early days.
Miss Bertha Dynes has returned from
a visit to Trail and Rossland.
H. M. Burritt,  representing the Cor-
ticelli Silk  Co.,  Vancouver, is in  the
city-
Miss Warren, of Portage la Prairie,
Man., has arrived here on a visit to her
brother, Mr. E. G. Warren.
J. H. McVicar, manager of the Last
Chance, returned Wednesday from a
visit to his.family at Nelson.
Frederic Keffer returned Saturday
from a trip to Victoria on business in
connection with the Smelter Eight
Hour Bill.
Robert Wood has returned from a
visit of inspection to the Sally mine,
West Fork, in which he is heavily
interested.
Connection was made on the 15th by
telephone between Penticton and Kamioops via Fairview, Keremeos, Hedley,
Princeton and Nicola Lake.
Martin Burrell, of Grand Forks, and
George R. Naden, may or of Greenwood
have been appointed honorary directors
of the Nelson fair for this year.
13d. Munson, a well known miner of
Phoenix, left a few days ago for Panama,-where he has accepted a position
as rock driller on the big canal.
The Great Northern special excursion from Phoenix to Spokane has
been fixed for Thursday, March 16th.
Round trip fare, with two days' stop
over privileges, $5,
St. Columba Presbyterian church
services next Sabbath—morning, 11 a.
m., subject: "Personal Work"; evening, 7:30 p.m., subject: "The value of
the Sabbath to Society."
Harry Veillette, who was operated
on for appendicitis at the Sacred Heart
hospital a few weeks ago," has now
fully recovered and is again about.
The-operation was performed by Dr.
Spankie.
J. Albert Dalton, representing the
Queen oigar factory, Sherbrooke, Que.,
is in the city. Mr. Dalton states that
eastern people are again beginning to
take interest in British Columbia mining propositions.
The Phoenix board of trade last
week adopted resolutions asking the
Dominion government to establish a
customs house at Phoenix, and to
establish a mail route on the Great
Northern between Grand Forks and
Phoenix.
John Riordan, who has acted as
secretary of Phoenix Miners' Union
since its organization six years ago?
leaves shortly for Chicago where he
will establish his permanent home.
He will be succeeded by Archie Berry
of Phoenix.
The great "Dream Scene*! of "Paul
Kauvar," Harold Nelson's latest play,
is said to be a stirring and accurate
picture of a Btartting episode in the
French Revolution. Tbe scenery was
painted to represent the actual spot
where the guillotine stood during that
awful "Reign of Terror." The lighting effects for this marvellous tableau
are under the direction of an expert
electician^^who^travels.^wXth^tlie^pjiiT.
pany.   Opera house, March 7.
Particularly good scores were made
at the In Door shooting range last
week. In the first class the "possible"
was made by Roy Vincent and A.J.
Morrison, the latter winning in the
shoot off. Joe Richter took second
money. This week four prizes are
being offered and the same are being
hotly contested for. Shooting with a
rest is permitted. H. P. Large, H. J.
Leamy, H. L. Johnston and E. B. Dill
are now in the lead.
According to a coast dispatch a deal
has been arranged by which the provincial government is to turn over the
million-dollar bridge at New Westminster to the Great Northern railwaj-,
and in return the Great Northern
railway is to build a railway from
Midway to the Fraser river without a
bonus.
R. B. Kerr, who has been a resident
ot Phoenix for the last six years,
left last week with Mrs. Kerr for the
coast whence he will take steamer for
California, and expects to spend the
spring in Oakland, near San Francisco. Some time in the spring or
summer Mr. Kerr expects to return to
British Columbia.
A. N. Pelly, of Warminster, Wilts,
Eng., who has been a guest at the Imperial for the past six weeks, left here
Thursday for New York en route for
home. Mr. Pelly owns extensive ruining interests in the Boundary district
in regard to whose future he entertains
the highest opinion. Mr Pelly, who
was given a hearty send off by his
friends, hopes to return to Greenwood
next year.
A. B. W. Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby Co, visited
Boundary Falls Tuesday for the purpose of inspecting the Montreal &.'
Boston Copper Co.'s smelter. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Hodges and Mrs.
Taylor, of Los Angeles, Cal. The
visitors were entertained by H. T.
Pemberton, the general manager, and
were subsequently shown over the
works. Mr. Hodges and party also
visited Greenwood, returning to Grand
Forks Wednesday afternoon.
Norman McLeod is now electrician
at the Montreal & Boston works at
Boundary Falls.
DR. MATHISON
DENTIST
Opposite Post Office
GREENWOOD      -      -      B C
^^^J-   BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE
"-^^-fi-J-** V No. 38,1. 0.0. F.
Meets every  '■'liesda'v Evenliip at 8 00 in the
I. O. O. F. Hall.    \" cordial invi tattoit U ex
icndtid to all sojourning- brelhern.
W. Elson Fred B. Hor.aciss.
N. G. RecSec.
Boundary-Helen Cold lining Co.
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TUOTICE is hereby piveu lliat a special f-eit-
* V eral iiieetin ir of the shareholders of the
alxi-ve named Company will be held at tlie ofiice
of the Company at Greenwood, B. C, upon the
-*ntli day of March, A. D. 1905. at the hour oi
threeo'clo'lc in tlie afternoon, to consider aud
if deemed advisable, to pass a resolution to
to authorize tlie sale of lite Helen Mineral
claim, for cash. ,
Dated this 18th day jf February, \. D, wo5.
■NT. J. M. "Wooi>,
Secretary.
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One reliable (almost new)
200 egg incubator and
brooder.
One 3% inch, wagon.
One iron barrow,
One 12 inch plow.
One four-lingered grain
cradle.
One Planet, Jr., seeder
drill. .
One horse.
Theabove articles are
for sale at my place on
Providence creek.
WM. DIAMOND.
^
House and Lot For Sale
Four roomed House and Lot on
Church St., corner South-east of school
house. For particulars apply at premises.    Piano for sale, easy terms.
AGENTS WANTED.
Applications -will be received by the
undersigned for the position -of .Agent
for this locality. One willing to canvas preferred. ,.Good position to the
right man. Apply, Occid^ntai, Loan
& Savings Co., P. Oi Box 152, Va ri-
cottver, B. C.
Mission
Greenwood
Souvenir
Tablets
4 Views—Greenwood, Copper- St., "Green/
wood Smelter, Boundary Falls Smelter.
—Alternating—a    view' on    every    leaf,
3
♦ 25c, 40c, 50c
Cost 110 more than ordinary tablets. Selling; at sight. Yon are entitled to the
best. We have them. Also souvenir
post cards, burnt leather souvenir cards.
mi-th ©»  McRae
Books,  Stationery,   Wall  Paper,   Photo   Supplies.
iMji^jMjMjMjMjM^J^^""^^^.*^
Simulicsty of character are the
distinguished features of this
Furniture-
Made of SOLID OAK
in weathered finish—(a dark :
dull finish showing the grain
of the wood.) "We stock sever-
al=sty-ieSf4rat-ean-make-to=youi'-
order any pattern you . may
submit and guai antee our work
egual to any imported at prices
as low or lower.
LET US HEAR FROM YOU
^sssmnsMm
We have been in business here just a little over a year, and altho
the past year was not a brisk one in the Boundary, yet our prescription trade increased steadily during the time.
Our dispensary and stock is always open for your doctor's hv
vestigation, he knows we handle the best goods, and that they
are always fresh.
You Don't Know It Let Us Prov
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GREENWOOD B. C.
Liquor Co
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
Sole Agents for PABST FAMOUS BEER.
Build up Your System With Iron Brew
JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood

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