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 V  Vol. 9.0   '  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, L%5.  pi.-*'*  No.  *���/  'WHITE MOUNTAIN" TRIPLE MOTION  ^9  ��� 9  Freezes Gream in a minutes.     All sizes from 2 qt. to U qt.  '/  u  ���M  Two Flavors of Cream at one Time.  �����:,!  -X  "ICE EiERG" AND"MODEL"  ) -  0"  Solid Oak Finish.  $15.00 up.  CHANCE MIE  A 70-foot Ore Body With  Rich Paystreaks,  GOLD ON THE BAY  Forty  Inches of Rich  Ore on the  Crescent - Providence Directors '  Make Some Changes.  for   r^rr:^   .<*���.- ��  UMMERWEAR!  *  t  t  t  v  ?  *  *  rt  t  - ���>  *  ?  y  y  ^\  We've Wfacihating display of "Jewelry  especially  for^ wearing* 'with "summer  waists and dresses,    Among- thein are *.  pins, Wkles,\ brooches,   pin  Rets ^and ,  pretty novelties of all sorts,'and many  of them are quite inexpensive as well as  beautiful.   Besides these, we are showing a variety of particularly handsome''  patterns ��� of  Simmons'���'fobs  that' are  especially   suited  to   both   mens   and  .woniens summer dresses.  mens  '�����>  LOGAN  ����. eOl  Official Agent for REGINA WATCHES.  '.gLcMW*-***^**^*-*-***-***^^^  '   <   i    I  I      *.  '        ;,  SCOTCH CONCERT.  Special Sale of Ladies Ready-  to-Wear Goods.  Ebery Item is of Special Interest to Ladies  of Greenwood.  Ladies white Underskirts^with  deep embroidery frill and insertion, worth'-'$2.50.  Sale Price $1.50  Ladies Fitie White Cambric  Gowns, worth $1.15.  -'       Sale Price 75c.  Ladies White Cambric Draw-  era, cluster tucks and embroidery  trimmed, worth 85c.  Sale Price 50c pair.  Ladies Corset Covers, made of  fine English cambrics"* worth 60c  !       Special Price 35c.  Ladies Shirtwaist Suits made  of fine English chambroy and  linen, worth $8.00.  Sale Price $5.5.0  Ladies Shirtwaist Suits wade  of fine English -Gingham, worth  $6.00. "��� 'r  Special Price $3.75  Ladies Fine Dongola Kid lace  Shoes, worth $3.50.      ?  Special Price $2.50  Millinery  Ladies Ready-to-Wear Hats   all at  Special Prices*  -,i"  RBNDBU- S�� GO  The Scotch *co*acerV,%lve**' on Wea-~  nesday evening last in the Presbyterian  church, under the auspices of the  Christian l Endeavor so'ciety, for the  benefit of the mission at Midway, was  attended by a large crowd which taxed  the seating capacity of the church to  its utmost oapacity.      "���        '  A varied programme had been prepared for the occasion, including Rev.1  J. T. Ferguson or Nelson, and Messrs.  McCurrach, Crawford', Brown' and  Whiteside, male quartette, of Phoenix.  Owing to her indisposition, Mrs Sidney Oliver's solo was cancelled, and  Mr. H. T. Pemberton being absent,  the number was filled by Mrs. McCutcheon and Mr. Arthur Wheeler in a  vocal duet, " The Cruick'd Bawbee.  ' Mr. Ferguson's talk on " Scotch  Characteristics" was perhaps the best  number on the programme. The reverend gentleman's remarks on the  peculiarities of his oeoole were keenta  enjoyed.  The piano duet by Mrs. McCutcheon  and Mrs. Oliver received a most enthusiastic reception and was, in response to a pronounced recall, repeated.  Irishmen are not at home singing  Scotch songs, and Mr.Arthur Wheeler's  rendition of "The Bonny Banks o'  Loch Lomond" proved this.  Mr. James Kerr's selections from  Burns were given in a masterly and  dramatic manner, which showed the  true poetry of the national bard.  Mr. P. McCurrach of Phoenix possesses a very sweet tenor voice and  sang xthe touching story of "Mary o'  A.rgyle" in a pleasing manner.  Mrs. Allison's rendering of " Ye  Banks and Braes" was much enjoyed  as was also the duet, "Oh That We  Two Were Maying," sung, by Mrs.  Williams and Mr. A. M. Whiteside.  The brass quartette gave two selections and Mr. Finlay rendered a cornet  solo.  Mr. Neil Morrison gave a Gaelic  solo, not very intelligible to the bulk  of the audience, but Very laughable  and.truly typical of the Gaelic spirit,  and Mr. A. Inglis sang a setting to  Burns' poem, "A Man's a Man for a"  That!."  At the close of the performance the  Midway and Phoenix visitors and the  performers we're entertained by the  young people.  A Times reporter was taken through  the Last Chance mine by Mr. McVicar,  the superintendent, on Monday morning last. This promising property is  owned and operated by the Boundary-  Spokane Mining company, capitalized  at $109,000 in 1,000,000 shares, par value  10 cents, and is one of the most consistent and regular -shippers in Greene-  wood camp. The ore is mostly silver  in Values, and the paystreak, which is  usually found on the foot, runs about  ten inches m width, ruby silver pre*-  dominating. The ore at present being  taken out is from a ledge obout twelve  feet in width to the west of the main  shaft. * The vein at this point dips  about 45 degrees and at the level of the  drift lies almost flat, the whole 400 feet  from the shaft ":o where the drift turns  to the south being in ore. In one place  the vein is over 70 feet wide, viz., a$  the extension of the main .drift, and  assays ' taken* every" four feet gave  values from $6 to $14. At one point to  the south of the main drift the late  owners of the property took out seven  sacks of native silver some years ago.  A crosscut to the north leads to an  incline, which terminates in a short  - I  shaft used for ventilation and used by  the  men.^^TJxiB .di-^away ,-vrUTi th��  possibility   of   accident' in the   main  shaft which is equipped with a Jenckes  hoist.   The boiler, engines, and shaftj-  head and blacksmith shop are in a fine  roomy building, an engineer and Mr.  Mc Vicar's son attending to bothhoist;-  ing and dumping, as well as' looking  after, the machinery and blacksmith-  Asked whether it  concentrate the ore,  plied tliat it was, and that he thought  it would concentrate at 12 to 1. Asked  further if the company had any intention of putting up a concentrator, Mr.  McVicar said that the matter was under serious advisement, as until something of the kind was done most of the  ore, that is the lower grades could not  be treated at all and was being thrown  over the dump. The closing down of  the Boundary Falls smelter has made  it impossible for the mine to ship any  ni or? second-grade oi e. ^-xhe luontreal  and Boston people were treating this  ore at a very low figure at the time  the smelter closed down, and it will  not stand any higher rate than that  obtained, hence nothing but first-grade  ore is now being shipped. Very little  work has been done eas*. of the main  shaft and it is not yet determined  whether the vein dips again or continues flat for a still further distance.  The Last Chance mine is a most interesting study, inasmuch as it opens  up the broad question of what will be  the ultimate outcome of the so-called  high-grade mines in this camp. The  lack of an adequate water supply on  the hill is a serious problem, and until  solved the matter of concentration  cannot be entertained with any degree  of certainty. '     ,  A meeting of the directors of the  Providence Mining company was held  in Greenwood Monday evening. There  were three directors present. The  principal business transacted was the  appointment of W. Macey as managing director in place of Mark Madden.  It was decided to dispense with the  services of a solicitor for the prosent,  and the secretary was directed to notify  W. A. McDonald, K. C.^of Nelson to  that effect.- It was also decided to do  aAvay with the position of official brokers of the company. It is the intention of the management, if possible,  to at once settle the litigation in respect of the Diamond Fraction. Messrs.  Madden and Fitzgerald, two Chicago  directors of the company, are expected  to again visit Greenwood in a few days  On the Bay .surface prospecting has  resulted in the owners finding their free  gold ledge fartheFup the hill from the  main shaft. A specimen seen on Monday was simply full of gold in a free  state. It is expected that after July  1st'the provincial government will put  the sleigh road from the mine to the.  Skylark , branch road into shape for  hauling ore, after which shipments  will be made and actual raining started.  Up to date most of of the work done  has been more of a .prospecting 1 and  development nature.  According to latest reports and apparently .from reliable sources,", the  prospects of the Montreal and Boston  properties being again worked this  summer are exceedingly slim. It is  said that the matter of disposing of  the bonds to pay of" the indebtedness,  is not so easy as was thought when reorganization took place, li.' T. Pemberton is at present in New York consulting with his -principals, and-, will  not be back for some weeks. ' So far as  can be learned the experts on their way  some weeks ago, have -not yet arrived.  was   possible to  Mr. McVicar re-  Splendid progress is beirig' made on  the^Esefito"*. _In__"-ho-iw.��tv��l-.on "*<"fo, 3-  vein a distance of 21 feet was driven  by two shifts of two men in 7 day's. In  this working the ore is constantly improving and it is expected that a trial  shipment will be made within a month,  A two-compartment shaft is being  sunk on the same vein east of  the portal of the tunnel*500 feet. -This  shaft is now down -30 feet and is in  splendid ore. Work on No. 1 vein has,  for the time being, been discontinued.  The unwatering bf the Jewel has  been finished and the engineers of the  LeRoi No. 2 'have sampled the mine  with-a view to purchasing the| property. Until such time as a 'decision  has been arrived at the mine will be  kept clear of water. It is a matter of  great importance to Greenwood that  this deal should go through and, the  Jewel be started up again.  The Granby company have obtained  a workinffrbond~o^the-Divide"ud~gToup~  of claims on Kruger mountain. Mr.  Rogers, who will take charge of the development, purchased a large stock of  supplies ot Rock Creek, while on his  way to Oro. He states that, from twelve  to eighteen men will be employed in  working the property.'  It is reported that three feet of ore  has been struck in  the tunnel of the  j Twin, thirty feet from the porral. ;  On the Crescent a large force of men  are at work, and on Friday last struck  a very rine vein of ore 40 inches in  width, carrying free silver throughout.  This vein is almost perpendicular and  when visited Monday last the men  were engaged sinking on the main  shaft. Superintendent Shallenberger  is getting ready to build a large bunk-  house, ore houses, and cook house.  One ore house is almost complete, and  is -.so arranged that the ore can be  dumped from the shaft-head by means  of a short tramway. Two roads are to  be built���one to the Great Northern  Phoenix branch, about two thousand  yards distant, for hauling ore for shipment, and the other to connect with  the Greenwood-Phoenix wagon road  for the purpose of hauling in supplies.  J. C. Haas' of Spokane was in the  city this week and inspected the development work being done on the  Golconda group in South Deadwood  camp, of which he is consulting engineer and one of the owners. Mr.  Haas expects that the lead will be  struck in the tunnel in a couple of  weeks.  In the Skylark mine the operating  company is getting out some beautiful  specimens of silver tellurides, remarkably rich and very continuous.  It is reported that there is a possibility of the Reliance being bonded by  local people- with a view of reopening  this promihing property.  G. W Cornish has bonded the Capital Prize, adjoiningt he Helen, and will  at once commence development work.  The terms of the bond have not been  made public.  A Safe Cough 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 is especially, .valuable for colds, croup and whooping  cough.    F��r sale by all druggists. H' Wis i,**irv.i*t.i:i-ii'i Ait 'Ai?.'' '*-* *���'Mt-j'su-.'ft.*- lutf'M*  . t -ufAdwu^flW-'xCft'-JA l.tWkU'-    --*wlis:  .*j.tue ."* s��a-^&��AV.^  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /  /.   H.   HALLET i  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Ca*>le Address :      hallett,"  Codes  Bedford M'Neill's  Moreing & "deal's  Iieiber's.  Grefmwood.  J. P. MCLEOD  Barrister and Solicitor,  Ofkicks in  RENDELL BLOCK  Over Bank of Montreal  P. 0. Box 31.  Phonb 81  GREENWOOD B.C  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Alnlne and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:   Church SI. ���       'Phone BIS.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  i BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block,  Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer, ���  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land SurvevCr.  Office with. Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    ���      :      :      :   B.   O.   1 ��� ~~~~  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  J.  gr'ane ore -without transportation  facilities, and ilie high-grade  could, of course, be more profitably mined and* treated with a  railway in the district. -With the  C. P. R. fighting- all other roads  and owning the land, the prospects are anything but bright for  tlie district between Midway and  the Okanagan.  going  to  inaugurate   a   fast  from   East   to  ls  through freight  West. Any change must result  in a faster service than the present one. Still, the farmers-  cows arc in no immediate danger  from high speed freight trains. .  t^m^rmmmmmmmmmmmimm  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. M. Can. Toe- C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys on  Kettle   River   and   "West  Fork promptly attended to at 'regular  prices.  Address :   FAIRVIEW  P.   O., B. C  W. H., JEFFERY.  Consulting* Minins* Engineer.  Properties examined and reported  on.   Will  take charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C,  T. F. SUTHERLAND  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  ShippErs'-Agent. Entire charg-e taken  ,__<*Tconsignments,-oi ore. Checking,  weighing-, sampling and assaying  of samples.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  . _,���  The case in the county court  here on Wednesday against John  L. Grnham of Phoenix, for obtaining money nnder false pretenses, was dismissed by Judge  Spinks. Graham, a youth of 20,  -while gambling, had issued  cheques without funds in the bank  to meet them. In giving his decision the judge said there was  nothing in the depositions to  show a crime had been conimitted  and he failed to sec why the magistrate at Phoenix had sent the  case up for trial. Iu concluding  the judge said that if there was  any case at all it was against the  parties making the charge. Although gambligg "may be one of  the learned professions, this decision would indicate that it is  not a legal one. "While it must  be admitted that the decision of  Judge Spinks is right, his line of  reasoning if continued ��� might  lead to serious legal complications. If it is not wrong to issue  cheques without funds to meet  them because the}* were in pay-  of gambling debts, it might also  be considered lawful to steal from  a thief or kill a murderer.  We are offering a double eagle  with a joint note as security for  a loan of $19.75, at 24 per cent.  Will some local capitalist, financial institution, or company communicate with ,this office. It is  a fairlv good investment.  CF*  CF*  (F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ����  Capital,.all paid up, $14,000,000.?       Rest $10,000,000.  President.   TjORd Strat-icona and Mount Boyal,  Vice-Picsident:-Hon. Gkorgk A. Drummond.  General MaiuiHfei :   Ti. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. I $$Jh\p'c?A. \ New York, Chicago.  Biiv and sell Sterlliiir KxcliaoR-e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Tiavellers' Credit*, available in any parljof the world.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *4  >*=2  *=9  Timmmmmmmmmmmmmsssmz  There is a curfew bylaw for  the city. There are also-police  paid by the city. The fire bell  rings at 9 each evening.,. It is to  be hoped ihe police and small  bovs will come to an understand  ing at  once.  She  \  Boundary.Creek Times  -Issued Every 1-riday  Duncan Ross .-. Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Jt- is said the Granby people  will take over the properties of  the'Dominion Copper company at  Phoenix if the Montreal arid Bos-  'ton fail to meet the payment  due iu a few days. This statement came from a man interested  iu the Dominion Copper company.  The acquiring of the properties  by the Granby, will jmean. more  thorough development and the  employment of a larger number  of men, with increased prospcrity  for the whole district as well as  Phoenix. It will also mean continuous work and consequently  more steady and reliable . trade  for the business men.  It is. to be regretted that his  grace of Sutherland did not continue his tour in the Boundary  as far as Greenwood and be,'���put  up" at one of the clubs here. What  a sancjiification such a visit would  have been. ' >���  Cuban Diarrhoea.  U. S. soldiers who' served in Cuba  during- the Spanish war know what this  disease is, and that ordinary remedies  havelittle more- effect than so much  water Cuban diarrhoea is almost as  severe and daug-erous as a mild attack of cholera. ^There is one remedy,  however, that can always be depended  upon, as will be seen fr.om tlie following certificate froin Mrs.*- Minnie Jacobs  of-Koustaii, Texas:'"I hereby certify  that Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea remedy cured my husband  of a severe attack oi Cuban diarrhoea,  which  he brought home from   Cuba.  We had several doctors  but they 'did  *i    ^  him no j-ood. One bottle of this remedy  cured hi;n, as our  neighbors  will  tes-  tTfy.    I thank God  for  so .valuable a  medicine."    For sale by all drug-gists.  \  :s--.  Pbb Year    2 00  Six Months _  1 25  To Foreign Countries. 2 50  **SNiONHfetjLABEL>  "���^SeSP-7  FRIDAY JUNE 10, W05  The C. P. R. is at present surveying another 25 miles square  of land as a bonus to a railway  which they have not ye.t completed, and which, judging from  a recent interview given the Nelson News by Wm. Whyte, they  do not intend to complete. The  land now being surveyed along  Kettle river and the West Fork  is the last of the public lands in  Southern British 'Columbia that  can be given away. The C. P.  R. terminus is at Midway. The  land now being surveyed extends  fifty miles beyond the terminus,  and includes the territory between Okanagan Mission and the  boundary line. The land has  been given away by the government, without any return promised or intended in the way of  transportation facilities for the  the settlers there or those whp  will in the future build homes in  that district. Along the main  river and the West Fork there  are a number" of mining camps  containing both high and low  grade ores. It will be impossible  to mine the large bodies of low-  "The West Fork edition of'the  Times will- be issued in a few  weeks. The. business men of  the city are, with two or three  exceptions, patronising it very  liberally. A 'representative of  The Times is now iu the West  Fork district visiting the mining  camps and getting .data for the  edition. This will take ^between  two and three weeks, with au  additional week for the camps on  the main river. Composition  and presswork will be started  next week.  CAIJUUF .ft 8 6  STAR  BAKM  Where there is always on' hand a good  supply, of '  HOME MADE BREAD,  _     CAKES. BUNS, Etc.  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept.  Phone us your order.  THE LEAOINS  TONSORIAL IfARLOR'  ���   IM THE  CITY  BATHS'25 CENTS  WM, FRAWLEY,  : :  Prop.  It is now THIRTY-EIGHT  DAYS since a consignment of  stationery was shipped at Montreal over the C. P. R. for this  office. It should * be here this  month, if at all. However, there  there is no particnlar hurry, as  another consignment started  from Liverpool on May 15, coming around the Horn (not Van  Home) and will be here in time  for the fall trade. In the meantime Spokane is supplying our  immediat wants.  -*7<V-* vf*"SVB;  -BOU!SDARV._VALLEY__LODGE  No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets every   Tuesdsiy Eveniiifr at 8 00 in the  I. ��. O. F. Hall.    A. cordial nivi tfttioii is ex  tended to all sojourning bretUern.  W. ISlson Fred B. Holmes.  N. G.   - Rec.-Sec.  DR MATHISON    ' ".  Opposite Post  GREENWOOD      -  DENTIST  Office  -      B  C  Thk V., V. & E. bill will probably pass1 the house of commons  aud go down, and out in tlie  senate. It is a neat way of doing  the act. The members of the  hoube are responsible to the people and cannot very well ignore  the wishes of those whom they  represent. The members of the  senate are responsible only to  their own pockets and are not  liable to turn down their constituents.  It is said  that  the C.  P. R.  S. BARRY YUIUL  RUS  Mines  r  REPRESENTING:  \ The Phoenix Fire Assurance Co. of London, Eng-.  i Liverpool and London and  j Globe Insurance Company.  i The British  Isurance Co.,  America As-  o'f Toronto.  .j*  Stocks  [ The    Caandian   Birkbeck  ��� In-vestment   and Savings  ! Co. >  \%ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytytyty^  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty'  ty  ����� �����  GEORGE   R.   NADEN  . Estate  ^BA .     ,   ���  MANAGER  - i i ,.  4*  ���a  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMtoRCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  . HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO -  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l-Manager ,  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES i  '  . -   " ' -  -"���*- . $5 and under '.     3 cents'     "   \     '  Over $5 and not exceeding $10......    6 cents  "    $10-      " "     \   $30.-   10 cents  , ���*    $30      '" "        \$50   15 cents '       <   -  These Orders'are Payable at Par at any ofiice in Ganuda of a.Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal bank'ing points in the United States.-.  *      , ' "*������  NEGOTIABLE AT A HXED RATB AT .'  TIIE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  * I ' *-  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  v ��� ;   ;,   with safety and'at small cost.-  Greenwood Branch   -  -   -   -, W. ALLISON, Manager.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS  y  Sole Agents for PABST EAMOUS BEER.. .  <*���  Build up Your System With Iron Brew  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  ji5W15r.I,ER.  All work guaranteed    GREENWOOD  *�����*-*>����������*-���*���*-�� **-*a��*0-|-**3-��#*&*^<-*������*��*��  ��  ��  ��  ��  0-  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  tf  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ���j��5*st'��**s->��-��*��c-so^* **��������*��� *s6*s*>��*sft��-*a**'fte  Greenwood,  C,  t-4  c.;.  km  m  ���>"<-*���!  ''������fa  ������'Jl  f*     I  m  I  4L  i  Wm  ���'i^S  ���m  1  %  I  1  m  \s <  '���  r  v  is  m  !;���  25 cents per hundred at this office  ���:* 7-WV*-" ���* ��*-���������-=-���i"-"** 2T-* -"t-BBfJKt;A .r ftTi*'' ITEMS FROM EHOLT.
the  13 C
uew company under a
A report is   current   that
mine will  shortly be turned  over to a
bond, -with the
option of purchase. If this deal is
consummated it will mean a benefit to
this city.
Conductor Foote, with his wife and
child, left on "Wednesday last for a
month's visit among- friends on : the
Pacific coast. The Portland fair will
be visited and other coast points before
A social dance was given by the
genial host and hostess of the Pacific
hotel, Denoro, Tuesday last. Eholt
and Phoenix were well represented,
aud all i-eport haying a fine time.
Prospects are encouraging for considerable work on the Jewel mine in
Long Lake camp. The property has
been examined b3r experts and sampled
for an English syndicate. This property has already established a- reputation for itself, so the expert report is
already looked upon'as favorable. The
ore being hauled to Eholt will necessarily make this a base'for supplies.
There has been a corner in ."morn-
ing's-mornings" in   town  recently, so
that some have been obliged to take'a
"night-cap" to offset this.
Eholt, B. C, June 14, 1905.
farther development work
The ore body in the northern end of
the stope is over two feet through. In
the bottom of the shaft it is considerably wider than'ttnsand shows signs
of still farther widening. This lead
* at  a  rather  flat angle, dipping to
lie= "...  -  - ,    r, .
eist     Thr bottom of the main shaft is,
the greatest depth   yet  gained  ou the
The only all  rail route -between points east
Wew a«S «o«tn to Kosslrwd, Nelson,   Grand
Certificate of Improvements.
-I^: MI.h-k-1 aa-^sUuate ^ «» f,X
Forks and Republic.
Work is also to be resumed in the
tunnel a short distance  down the hill
from the shaft to the south.   This tunnel runs in 45 feet on ore.    At  the end
of this distance a drift has been run to
the  north,   and.   at  the end   of this a
short side tunnel to the west, or out of
thri hill.    In the end of this are stringers of qui* rt/,  and   much   iron   pyrites,
which indicate that the lead will soon
be struck.    The end  of  this  tunnel is
not far. from  the shaft, with which
connections are to be made.   This will
open up much -new stoping  grou.nd.—
Anaconda News.
9:50 a. m.
10:55 a.m.
9:20 a. m.
11:20 a. m.
9:50 a. m,
8:00 a. in
Grand Forks
■ Phoenix
Buffet cars run between Spokane aud Nelson
Effective March 5th, l'<05
In Connection With
6:20 p. m.
4:55 p. m.
6:30 p. m.
3:33 p. m
5:20 p, m.
S:30 p. m.
■< COMPANIES'   ACT, 1897.
the above claim.
And further take notice that, action, under
section 37, must be commenced before Uie issu-
ance-of such certilicate of 'improvements.
Baled this "2-Jth day of Maixh. A.D. 1995.
well-known photo-
Certificate of Improvements.
Where located:   In Coppci  ^-^j1^ a„
Wadds Bros., the
Vancouver and   Nelson,
manent  studio  in  ^|-p1CK^S All To POINTS
ii mil' ' *"""r
graphers   of
will open a per
ler's old stand  about  July  1st
premises  were  secured early iu May,
the equipment has been ordered and is
on   its iway  west now.    Wadds   Bros'
long  residence  in B. C. and the fact
the excellence of their   work is | 0RIA) PORTLAND an
known to every  one make  any -  — ~-rr.
further, comment unnecessary.
men...-., ....  *.._ ,
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37,"'must' be commenced before, the is
suance of such Ce-rtificateof Im oro vein en is.
Dated this ISth day of April, A. T>. l-)04.<
T ""* ■     I. If. HAI/LETT.
1,15 10
Sprained Ankle,   Stiff  Neck.   Lame
These are three common ailments
for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
especially valuable. If promptlj- ap
plied it will save you time, money and
suffering when- troubled, with any one
of' these ailments. For sale by all
druggists. -   •
Whooping Cough in Jamaica-
Mr. J. Riley  Bennett,   a  chemist of
Brown's Town,  Jamaica,,West India
Islands,   writes: "I  cannot  speak too |
highly     of      Chamberlain's      Cough
Remedy.   It ~-   .
for . whooping   cough,
this end of the
3RTLANU and all 1-ACIPIC
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining  and', Buffet  Smoking Library
2 Fast Trains Daiij
For rates, folders aud full informa
---1'—   ''i™    call  on --1
Certificate of improvements.
•Mineral    Claim,    situate    In
Atthecity council Monday night the
mayor and Aldermen Bunting, Mcintosh, Parker and Smailes were present.
.Minutes of previous meeting were read
and adopted.
A corumunica,tion from the Pacific
Coast'Pipe company in reference lo
2-inch pipe, received and referred to
waterworks committee.
The mayor leportcd that owners of
NMayflower had agreed to take. S170 as
compensation for ground required in
waterworks extension, and recommended offer be accepted. Reccom-
mendation confirmed.
Finance committee  reported following  accounts  correct,  which were ordered paid:
City engineer : S170 00
Boundary Creek Times      4 20
C.» Kenny	
Waterworks extension payroll
Fire department, laundry'	
E. W. Bishop...- ".	
-   S. A. Grier^on, painting	
G-. H. Cropley, hay...-.:	
A, Halberg, repairs _.	
Smith & McRae, supplies	
Three bylaws wore  passed   through
the   various   stages and   the ''
it, are
has proved itself to be the   tion   regarding  trips,   can  <_,.,
'.    dress a ageut of\the S. F.' & N. Kail
way, or
H. A. Jacksom,
G. P. & P. A.,
Spokane .„»  ..   _
Wash. Snnkane, Wash
best remedy
which is prevalent on
globe. It has never' failed to relieve
in any case where I have recommended
and grateful mothers, after using
2 daily thanking me for advising
This remedy is for sale by al
H. Brandt,
c. P...&.-.-T.-a.
7S1 W Riverside Ave
,j Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District, Whore located: In Tripple Lake
TAKE NOTICE Mial I, John Gray, "Free
Miner's Certilicate No. P.S0551, intend,
sixty days- from the date hereo". to apply to
to:the -lV"iu.ing. Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaiuintra
Crown Grant of the above'claim.
Aud  furlhei- take  notice that action, under
section 37. must be" commenced before ihe issuance nf such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this lTtli day of April. A. D. 1905.
■***.TOTICE is herebv piveu that The Vaucott-
J.sL    ver, Victoria and Eastern Railway aud
Navigation Compan :11 ->"<itv
incut of. Canada,    *■-
for au Act deel
and been since its railway  w,
as by 61 Vict ina
Certificate of Improvement
Canada ahu authorizing, the company
extension o"
jd a i-iilwj)
lift   Vienna
south bank
struct and  operate in extension of the under-
"  - ■:—J--■.i*1wnw'.\'frOhl Oli-
»L1UI*1    ui.u.   ..r -
talcing already authorii-ed a i all way
vers on the line ot the Victoria Terminal
Railway and Ferry Company to tlie south bank
of the Fraser River near Liverpool and to a
connection with the liridgc over Ihe Fraser
River near -Liverpool with power lo connect
with railways operating in the Stale of Washington aud with the Vancouver "' ' ■■•-• —
aud Yukon  Railway  Company,
. RAILWAY .. .
6 00
18 00
7 65
27 30
60 00
27 00
2 00
3 65
County court was held  Wednesday
by   Judge   Spinks.'   Gust   Strom and
made  -British
subjects. • ' .    .
There were two criminal cases, under
the Speedy Trials Act.
John Li. Graham, committed for trial
by   Police    Magistrate    Williams    of
Phoenix on a charge of getting- money
under false pretenses.  Case dismissed.
Mike Bouibina. committed by Police
Magistrate Hallet for assault on Frank
Fern.    Fined S50 or one month.
The civil cases were:
Borthwick & Co. v. N. Tholl—Judgment for plaintiff.
Bailey   &   Penny   v.   Law,   Macey,
Flood and   Kerr—Settled  out of court.
Naden v. Fisher—Judgment  for defendant. .■".'■
Warburton   v.    Lander—Adjourned
by consent.
.    Boyd—Judgment
Pkovinci* ol- Tii-msn Columbia.     \
No. 25'y?
y-pjiTS 13 TO CERTIFY  that "The Mont-
X      real   and   Boston   Consolidated   Mining
aud  Smelting Company, Limited," is authorized aud licensed   to carry on business within
tlie Province of "ritish Columbia, and to carry
out or effect all or any of  the objects of the
| company, to which  the legislative authority
' of the Legislature of Uritish Columbia extends.
The head ofiice of the compnny  is situate at
Toronto,' inthe Province of Ontario.
The amount of tlie capital of th* company is
seven million five hundred thousand dollars,
divided into ono million lives hundred thousand
shares ol live dollars each. ' <
Tlie head ofiice ot the company in this Prov-
j ince is situate at Oreen-vood, and  Arthur Murdoch   Whiteside,   T'arri.ster-at-laW,  whose  address  is Greenwood, is  the attorney for the
Given under my hand and seal of office at
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this
"2nd day of May, one thousand nine hundred
aud five.
■Ti. h.] S. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The following arc tlie objects for which the
company has beer, established: —
To,'carry-on I he  business  of   mining  aud
smelting, and also' to manufacture and deal in
iron.stone,  manganese, coal, coke, copper, oil
and other minerals, timber and lumber,and to
manufacture and deal  in the products, thereof
and tlie manufactured articles   iu which such
.products'' are utilized, and also to construct,
maintain  aud  operate  buildings, machinery,
engines, cars, docks, bridges, elevators, canals
and other waterways and other works;: to apply >
for,purchase, lease or otherwise acquire-patents
and patent ri-rhls, trade marks, improvements,
inventions and processes, and to exercise, develop and grant licenses with' respect thereto;
and (b) for the said purposes: .
"i. To acquire by purchase, lease or otherwise, and upon such terms and conditions as
may he/aprreed upon, real "and personal property and estates, and interests therein, iuclud-
injr quarries, mines, wells, water powers, lakes,
ponds, streams aud watercourses:
2. To acquire by lease, purchase or otherwise, and noon such terms and conditions as
may be ay reed on', ritflitsvpowers, concessions,
privileges aud f rauchises.to enable the company
oroperly to exercise and carry on all or any of
the rights, powers, concessions, privileges,
franchises aud objects of the company:
3.'To acquire by. purchase, subscription or
otherwise, and to hold and dispose of stocks,
bonds oi any other obligations of any corporation formed for,; oc then or; theretofore engaged iu or pursuing any one or more of the
kinds of business purposes, objects or operations above mentioned, or owning or holding
any property of any kind hereinbefore described, or of any corporation owning or hold-
stocks or obligations of auv such cor-
genient for sharing
or  co-partnership
carrying on, or
ess or transaction
the company here-
provements for the purpose
Ciown Grant to the above claim.
Aud further take notice that actions, under
-'■  " ""   must be commenced before the is-
section 37, niusi uc.-^v -	
suance of such certificate of improvements,
' • Dated this 4th day of March, 1905 \
Certificate of improvements.
"Gimet," "Garnet Fractional''   aiul'*Miu-
,^nnlls Fraction"  Mineral  Claims  -.itn
aen'ui^eii-vood Mining DivisJm of
Y-ue   District.   Where  located:   -'Oarnct
^'OariietPractional-iu Smith's Camp;
Certificate of of Improvements.
■■Pmnaiu'-and "Eureka Fractional'- Mineral
Claims, situate iu the Greeuwood Humig
Divis'.oii of Yale District.   Where located;
In South Deadwood Camp.
Tt t-i-> -MfiTTrE that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as
AK ?oh    Matlhew.s, Free Miner's
„      .,.'l*.\"   ■nvr.iv-l  inland   sixty  rtitvs  from
the above claims.
rther fai-.u u...
37.   must be   commenced
of such Certificates of Improvements.
bis 15th day of March, A. D. 1905.
"*     TT      TJ A T.T.llYPT.
And further take notice that action, under
iction   *""   -f -1"'   <-ominenced': before the
Dated th
Certificate of Improvement. ■
.. „ , j --pi.-IMinion. Fractional" Min-
Seated:    In Providence camp
the purpose of obtaining
above, claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced, before the issuance of such Certi ficaf. of Improvemente.
Dated this 22nd day of April. 1TO5.
certificate of Improvements
..   NOTICE.
.■-K-PYSTONE" Mineral Claim, situate in the
KKenwood Mining pinion o    ya e D,s-
Where located: In Smith's camp.
otherwise to use,
,*,    j uarautee any stock
bonds or other obligations of any other corpo "
fi. To aid iu any manner any corporation
whose'stocks, bonds or other,olyligations are
held or tire in any way guaranteed by the company, and while owner of any such slocks,
bonds or other obligations to exercise all the
rights, powers aud privileges of ownership
thereof, and to exercise any aud all voting
power thereon: ,
7. To acquire and carry on all or any.parl of
the works, propcity, franchises, and to undertake any liabilities of any  person, firm, asso
ciatiou  or  company engaged iu or ,pursuing
any one or more ot the kinds of business, purposes, objects or operations above indicated, or
possew-pd of^property suitable for the business
purposes of the company  hereby incorporated,
aud as the consideration for the  same to pay-
cash or to issue any shares,'slock, debentures,
bonds or obligations of the •company  hereby
S. To sell. as=igti, transfer and convey to any
persons or corporations ha-ring power to
acquire the same, and on such terms and'eou-
dilious ami for such considerations as' maybe
agreed ou all, or from time to time, any of the
works undertaking, real and ^personal properties, rights, powers, concessions aud privileges
of the company: '
9. To do all acts and exercise all powers, and
carry on all business incidental to the due
carrying out of the objects for which the company is incorporated and necessary to enable
the company to profitably carry on all or any
of its undertakings. **' '*15
Kootenay points.
the above claim.
And further, take notice that
must  be-commenced   before   the
rates  from  all
For full  par-
Archer    v.;>
•Whiteside v.
Smith—Next court.
Groulx v.  Sercu—Judgment for defendant. '
Salter v. Large—Next court.
Hartman v. PortiiiaiiT-Judgment'for
plaintiff.      f
Fraser v. McRae—Next court.
Two men are at present etnploved on
the  Bonnie  I3ell  in   South   Deadwood
camp.    Work on the main shaft..which
is now down  over forty   feet, was suspended, some    time    ago   and   slopes
opened up about twenty feet below the
surface.    Nearly   a carload   of   heavy
galena ore is now sacked up, and it is
hoped that sinking- can be resumed by
the end   of   this   week.    The returns
from  this car of ore is to jjo towards
ticulars,. first   .class   or
sleeper    reservations,    apply   to
local agents, or write
a j. coyL-R,    j.
G.'.I'.A. Viitii'.ouvur
date licreoi,'iu,u.|/|jij   .- —.
for Certificates of Improvements, for the put
pose of obtaining Crown   Grant's of the abov
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, liiusl be commenced before the issuance of suck Certificate of Impiovemeiits.
""i.-ilert this4th day of March A.'!)., 1905.
I/I5.1Q.'.. T. H. HALTyETT.
Cettiru-jtc of Improvement.
3 Plnribus Uinint", "Ijaucashire "Fraction"
ami **E. P. II. Fractional" Mineral Claims
situate in Greenwood Mining Division of
-- -    -r»._.„i„f      whero located:   In   Sky-
LiiLiiic. m.....~   action,   under
section    oi,   must  be commence
issuance   of    such     Certificate    or  Improvements.
Mated this 3rd day of April, A. D.. IIO5.
S.° CARTER,      •
I). V. A.'Nelson
Yale, District.     Where located
lark camp. -■
rrAKE   NOTICK  that   I.  Isaac
i '   lelt.   acting  as  agent
To T". F. Ketchum or  to any  person or per-
sous to whom he may have transfered his
interest in the Loudon mineral claim situate 011 Deadwood-camp,  iu  the Grtcuwood
Mining Division of Yale District.
.You arc hereby notified that I  have expended the Kiini of S100 for work on the. above meii-
nited claims and S2.50 for recording the eame
    —"rl- for one year, such Vkuiv
isarv to hold said claims for
      _r ie 8th March. 1901 and 1005,
under tlie provisions of   the   Mineral Act and
Acts  and   if at the expiration of
Certificate of Imorovements.
"Lillie James"   mineral Ciaim, situate in lie
Greenwood Mining  Division of  Yale Dis-
listrict.   Where located: In South Wellington camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles H. Tve,
Fiee Miner's Certificate No. BSS703. 111-
tend,si.vLy daysfrom' the date hereof,to apply to
the Mining Kecorder for a certificate 0' Improvements, for the purpose of obtain'mr crown
grant of the above claim.
And   further take notice that action, under
set-tioii 37, must be commenced before tlie issuance of such certificates of improvements.
Dated IhisWtli day of May, A. D.. 1905.
required am!  neces:
the, vear ending tit
tindc'r tlil-  **""
Certificate of Improvements.
II.    Unl-
.„...    for  William' T.
Free Miners',Certificate. No. US575'*,
iiiteiid, sistv   days from the date hereof,   to
• -■«•-'"•.» Recorder tor  Certificates
*>f oblaininf
,„.....,... Recordej tor
No. 9 Mineral Claim, situate in. tlie Green wood
Mining Division of Yale  DistrH.t
located: "in"' I>e**dv.-ood    Camp
the 1-tickhorn Mineral Claim.
dayS •■'^ulrVor'a CerUlicate of improvements
-"rUr obiaiuiugaCrown Grant of
ing Ki-cor-ler
fi.i   i!l.:  Oiii-pi'St-o!
Ami furl her  take
"7,   must
neb  C
notice that action, under
commenced   before    the
rtificate of Improvements.
D.. 1905.
And further take notice that actions, under
soction 37. must be commenced before the iss"-
suiceof'Mich certificates of improvements.
Dated this 2.'th day of February A. I). 1005.
Certificate of Imcrovement.
"Htiiimnig I'-ird" Miiicrnl Claim, situate in
il.e Greenwood Mining Tiivisior. of Yale
District.  Whore located: In Sky lurk camp.
TAKE   NOTICE   tliat  I. Isaac    H.    Hal
lett. acting as agent for Isaac Mcidniore
Free  Miner's   Certificate  No.  15 SO50H.  intend.
sistv 'lays from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for  ;t Certificate of Improve.
ments for tlie purpose of obtaining a "	
Grant of the. above claim.
id  further take notice that action,
'  be commenced before the is
Certificate of Improvements.
'Messina" Mineral Claim situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division :>f Yale District.
Where located: Ou Copper creek ou Main
Kettle river
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICJJ ■>■':■
"Robert I." Mineral Claim situate in tlieGrccii-
-*wiiod   Mining Division   of   Yale   District.
Where located:    In Canyon Creek camp.
TAKE NOTICE  that  I. Isaac II. Hallett,
Free Miner's  Certilicate  No.   HS0140,  intend,
sixty days from tlie d.ito hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder fora Certificate of  Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown
Grant of tin-above-claim.
And further tnke notice that action under section 37, must l« commenced before the issuance
of Mich Certificate of Improvement*-.
-   ■   ■ ••  s -nth dav of April. A.D. 1904.
li 6 2'
Certificate of Improvements.
i*rciiiniii " Mineral  Claim, situate in  Grcen-
'   Mining  Division   of   Yale   District.
"     "         ■"•    ad-
Dated this 3rd day of March,-A.
S Satert this 2nd day of March. A. B.,1 ^
1.1510 I. U.HALLL11-
f'such Ceriific.it--* of Tmvrovements.
f April. A. 1>. l-JOs. 	
'    I. n. HALLETT
D-it<-'l tins 1st day *.
li 1-. 21
iscli CVrtilicatcs of Inmrovemeiits.
: his 24th day of March? A. D., t905.
T; .���mi *���;���*-���  t  ^i-y.<vi.i -1.W-J "-i:* 1.v V"-.�� jt-h--- '.'i" ,J  v��.[-.W)'��.��&J*,i '-.-*(*���*'������-  ......llu^ I. ' '.���SMSKllStBUSZ lfSZ&VX���XW -M**tZiU!'  s, ^*��j--_iifiB5**OT���:*-*����jy-'^^  j-OttWNWJ ���wiAi'-fl  BOUNDARY CREEK   TIMES.  s  BASEBALL.  The game between Phoenix and  Greenwood on Sunday last, the score  of which is produced herewith, was  scarcely the class of ball calculated to  mrke the supporters of the home team  congratulate the players. It i=> doubtless far easier .to stand off and criticize than it is to play errorless ball,  still some of the errors on the home  side on Sunday laBt, particularly on  first base, were so flaring- that it would  be ridiculous to close one's eyes to the  fact that the 'home players showed a  decided lack of practice in team work,  which above all is required if matches  are to be won. Doubtless, also, the  dust wai a great hindrance to the fielding-. Still Phoenix had it as bad as  the home players and came out with a  much cleaner sheet.  The first three innings were altogether in favor of Greenwood, but  Hayues weakened in the fourth and  the scoring began, unfortunately it  never stopped again, the final score  being 39 to 20 in favor of the Phoenix  team. Irwin pitched a really good  game throughout and never gave a  man a walk all through the game, i He  pitched nearly eig-ht innings, being relieved by J. Strutzel, ,who apparently  had good control and is a good change  pitcher. It would pay. the boys here to  get one or more of the team to put in  some practice at pitching so as to have  a change. The changes on Sunday^  were .simply: disasterous. The game  was for a bet of'$50..' Betting on sports  of this class is ruinous'to the sport, in  fact it takes all the sport away and  leaves only a "gamble. We hope that  the local team will not again be induced to play another game with a side  bet on. Following is the score:  GREENWOOD.  A.B.  Dill, ss  6  Thompson, c  6  Coles, r.if  6  Clerf, c. f " 6  Madden, 1 b  6  Medill, '3"bl  6  Thomas, 2 b  5  McBeth, 1. f  5  Haynes, p  4  R.  3  2  1  2  3 ���  4  '2  1  H.  3  3  1  3  1  4  2  1  0  P.O.  A.  0     3  2  1  1  12  3  4  1  3  2  0  1  1  0  3  0  6  Total : 50   20   18   27   16  PHOENIX.  A.B.     H.   IL    P.O.   A.  Atkinson c  9 8 5 9 4  Strutzel", H., sb.. ��� 6 3 1 10  McClung,' 2b  7 6 2 4 2  McAstocker, If.. 8 5 5 0 0  Sherbino, 3b  8 2 3 3 1  Strutzel, J., lb.. 8 4 5 8* 2  Irwin, p  8 4 3 0 1  Clark, cf  7 4,5 2 0  Cook, rf  7 3 10 0  Total    68   39   30   27   10   14"  RUNS  BY INNINGS.  123456789'  Phoenix...2   0   0   5   5   4 12   9'   2���39  G'wood     6   0210155   0���20  ���        SUMMARY.  Earned runs by Phoenix 16, by  Greenwood 11. Stolen bases, Dill 4,  Thompsons, Clerf 3,< Medill 3, Thomas  2, Haynes 4, Atkinson 4, McAstocker  2, Sherbino 3, J. Strutzel 2, Cook 2.  Bases on balls, Irwin 0, Haynes 0, Me  dill 2, Madden li Struck out by Irwin  6. J. Strutzel 1,'Haynes 1. Three-base  hits, Medill, Atkinson, Shorbino. Two-  base hits, Dill, Medill, Clerf, McBeth,  Atkinson 2, McAsfocker 2, Irwin 2,  Clark.���Hit���by.-pitcherrHaj-nes- It  Time of game, 3 hours. Umpire, Geo.  Gray.  THE EAGLES' CONVENTION.  The busiuess of the provincial grand  lodge, Fraternal. Order of Eagles, was  completed Wednesday and the delegates commenced to depart for their  homes on the evening trains of that  day.  The excursion to Phoenix was a  grand success. The excursionists returned to this city about 1 o'clock  Wednesday morning, and reported  having been lavishly entertained. Af.  ter visiting the Granby mines, they  were tendered a banquet in the evening, o  At the 6��ssi6n Wednesday morning  the following "officers were elected:  President, A. W. VoaRhein, Victoria;  vice-president, A. W. Goodenough,  Rossland; secretary, Frank LeRoy,  Victoria; treasurer, H. F. W. Behnsen,  Victoria; inside guard, John Temple,  Grand Forks; outside guard, Jas. Marshall, Phoenix; trustees, H. F. W.  Behnsen, John Temple and Jas Marshall.  The next convention of the grand  aerie will be held in Revelstoke, convening on the first Tuesday in June,  1906.���Grand Forks Sun.  '���"Hi  Never in the history of the Boundary has the district had a brighter outlook than today.    With the successful de/  velopment of the immense large bodies of low grade ore and the enlarged and much improved facilities for treating  at a very small cost,    fhe continued opening up of new high grade properties and their. successful and profitabl  -$k. operation has made the Boundary famous as a mining centre, and every day adds more to the list of new finds and ^<-  <5Si bigg61, vialues,   It is readily admitted that Greenwood is the Eldorado of the Boundary with all roads leading thereto, 'gfa.  tt  and surrounded as it  is, with such magnificent resources is destined in a few years to oe a second Butte,.   If you  ~*0 therefore want to participate in its  future prosperity, now. is the time to invest both in mines and real estate.   For  ->$& NINETY DAYS we intend giving you a chance to make a safe and profitable investment. Every lot we own will be &?~-  -��^ Pu* on sa-*e **** roc-*c kott0--11 prices during the above period,   Prices ranging from $50.00 up, at terms to suit the pur/ ^|<-  chaser,    Make your selection and make it early,  v&\��(��  1AGENT FOR THE GREENWOOD TOWNSITE COMPANY. #"  to to the store for medicine. Mr, Barber says: " I have tried Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  which is one of the best medicines I  ever saw. I keep a bottle of it in my  room as I have had several attacks of  colic and it has proved to .be the best  medicine, I ever used." Sold by al  druggists.   ..,.   "1        ���  A Snap.  A five-roomed house and furniture  for sale at less than half its cost. Good  well on property. Inquire at this office  Just Wliat Everyone Should Do.  Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville, Ga.,  always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  at hand ready for instant use. Attacks of cholic, cholera morbus and  diarrhoea come on so suddenly that  there is no time to hunt a doctor or go  F.W. HART  Complete house furnishings. All  new and up to date, direct from the  leading markets.   ,  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Ruby Fractional Mineral claim, f ituate in ihe  Greenwood Milling Division ot Yale District. Where located: In Smltli's Camp  TAKE NOTICE that we. George Cook. Free  Miner's Certificate No, 3*!KJ����03. and M.  McMynn, Free Miner's Certificate B85")02, in-  tend,sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certilicate oi Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown-Grant to the above claim,  And further lake notice that antiou, under  section 37.  must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of March. A. D. 1905-  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of th** city.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "American Eagle" Mineral  Claim, situate in  the Greenwood   Mining- Division of   Yale  District.    Where located: In Skvlarkcamp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John   1\  McLeod,  Free Miner's Certificate No.  B85652, as agent  for John Ii. Desrosiers, Free Miner's Cerrifteate  No. HSbTW. intend,  sixty days from  the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining-Recordei fora  Certificateof Improvements for the purposeof  obtaining a Crown Grant of.the above claim.  And further take notice  that  action, under  section 37, must be-commenced  before the issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of March, A.D. 1905.  J. P. McLEOD.  To Charles N. Collins, his heirs and administrators, or to any person or persons he may  have transferred  his interest in  the Hard  Cash  mineral claim,   situate  on   Wallace  Mountain. West Fork Kettle River, in the  Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District. _:.���'-.'���.���������'������  You are hereby notified that we have expended the siim of $500 for work pit the above-mentioned   claim aud S12.50 for reedtding the same  for assessment work for five ytars, such'being-  required and necessary to hold said claim for  the years ending the 2nd J*uly, 1900, 1901, 1902,  1903   and   1904,   under  the  provisions" of  the  Mineral Act and Amending- Acts, and if at the  expiration of ninety days from the date of first  publication   of  this notice  in   the   Boundary  Creek Times, you fail or refuse to contribute  your portion of such expenditure together with  all costs of advertising, yout interest in the said  mineral  claim   shall become-.invested   in us,  your co-owners, upon filing in the proper office  in that behalf the saffidavitr equired bv section  4 of the   ''���Mineral"Act Amending Act, 1900."  Dated 9th June, 1905.  GEORGE M. MIDLER  WILLIAM KINTZ.  Estray Notice-  A buckskin horse, with black mane and tail,  came into my place���the Hotter ranch. Rock  creek mountain���last January. Branded on  right shoulder with figure two, with a crook  on lower end of figure. Weight about eight  hundred pounds. Owner can have sanie by  paving for his keep and advertising, otherwise he willbe sold, u. Mcpherson;  Dated this 13��h day of Mav, 1905.  SSEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned', and endorsed " Tender for  Post Office at Vancouver,-- B.C.," will be received  at this office until Friday, June 23,1905, inclusively, for the erection of a Post Office building  at Vancouver, B.C.,. according to plans and  specification to be seen at the Department of  Public Works, Ottawa, Out., and at the Vancouver Armoury, Vancouver, B. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless made/  on the printed form supplied, and signed with  the actual signatures of tho tenderers.  An accepted-cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the older of the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per cent  (10 p. c.) of the amount of the - tender, must accompany each tender. This cheque will be forfeited if the party tendering_dec'.ine the contract or fail to complete the"work contracted  for, and will be retuened iu case of non-acceptance of tender.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order, '  FRED GELINAS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works, <  Ottawa. May 16,1905.  MINERAL ACT.  NOTICE. .  Application for Transfer of Liguor License  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date we .will apply to the Board of Licensing  Commissioners of the city of Greenwood fora  transfer of liquor license held by us for the  Clarendon 1 otel, copper street, situated on lots  13 and'14. iulblock 12. Citv of Greenwood, to R.  A. Nicholson. BRUCE CRADDOCK.  R. A. NICHOLSON.  Dated this 18th day of May, 1904.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Kingston," "Boston," "Houston," and "Ring-  stou Fractional" Mineral Claims, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located:. In Tripple Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, agent  for The Vancouver and Boundary Creek  Developing and Mining CoiiiDany, Ltd. Lty.,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B8S413, intend,sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gram of the above claim. ,  And further take notice that action,  under  section '37, must be coni"ieuced before the issuance of such CertificatAf Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of Way, A D. 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  !ft|*l  1  m  I  V 'I 1 ,  ,    <   ~J    *"  Clearing Sale j  -OF-  Earthenware  DINNER SETS  Very pretty patterns, ranging from 97 pieces up. These  goods are all standard ware.  Iu price they range from $15  per set up, and to clear them  out they go at a  Discount of 20 per ct.  TOILET SETS  and odd pieces of. chiuaware  are now on! the bargain list  d and to clear we -will give a  Discount of, 25 per ct. j  RED FRONT  FURNITURE STORE  A. L. WHITE & CO.,        Proprietor").  /  J   TOWN TOPICS   if  The local baseball team lost to the  "Hottest Coons in Pixie" ou Thursday  by a score oi 10 to 12. _ '  .Will Huff was badly scalded in the  steam laundry Wednesday last, and  will be laid up for some time.  J. H. Pete of Spokane was in the  city this weeK attending a meeting'of  the Providence company, of which he  is one of the directors.  Cameron & Huff have just installed  electric blowers in their blacksmith  shop. The Greenwood Electric company furnished the blowers.  'E. G. Warren and Mrs. Warren returned Wednesday from- a trip ' to  Montreal and Quebec, making the  round trip in less than three weeks.  George H. Collins, superintendent of  the Montreal and Boston company's  peoperties at Phoenix, moved to Greenwood this week and will reside here. ���  Ernest Mills, secretary of the Greenwood Miners' union, ��� returned yesterday evening from Salt L,ake City,  where he had been attending the convention of the Western Federation of  Miners. . -     - -  It ia said, on very good authority,  that in the event of the Montreal and  Boston company failing to meet -its  payments, the Phoenix properties of  the Dominion Copper company will be  taken over by the Granby. ',,  Jas. Cunningham and family of  Summit camp moved into the city this'  week and will, reside here. Mr. Cun-  nineham was one of the pioneers of the  Boundary district, being one.of the  first to locate claims in Summit camp,  and is still the owner of a number of  properties there. Like many ,, other's  of the large'holders in the district he  has finally decided that to meetanining  men and do business with them he  must reside in the commercial- center  of the district.  VICTORIA.BX.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtfiOOi  CONTRACTOR  --rAND BUILDER���  Dealer   in "Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  |       ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  | GREENWOOD,   : .B.C.  00<>00-0/000000-000<*M>0-OOOOOOh>0  Theb est  Boot of its  kind ever  produced  at anything nearj  lits price:  Leckie's 9 in 'Prospector's*  Boots (-JjS cut) have -upper of  water-proof chrome grain leather, and rawhide, outside counter. They are finished for service with <wing tip, back stay,  full bellows tongue, silver eyelets and stud hooks.  t  A look at the picture will con  vince  you   that    they   are   the  -goods_for-^the_west. They_cost_  no 'more than ordinary Boots  and may be had from any good  doaler.  Manufactured J)y /  m  I  II  .ra  LTD.  VANCOUVER,     B.. C.  ar.*? jp is* jt *��� sc ����* ** *r *r ��r ar **- af s? je*.  -a  -%  S. A. Grierson  V HOUSE  fc SIGN and  ,  ORNAMENTAL  ���%  f.  fc,  '*  %  '���*�����  PAITER  Nice Stock of, Wall  Pacer to choose from  Opposite theB. C. Hotel in Build-  '.'���? ing formally occupied by the  Postoffice.    Phone 15.  **  'ft  -ft  '*  ���ft  | Greenwood, B. C. |  a? ��?a? ��? jp sp a��* '**- ��<* ��p t? ��<* a? v sf is* a��*  ?   -���'   '     ���   ���       ;!l    '"���:    ��� ??f'.   '  MONEY TO LOAN  Private Funds to loan at current  rates * on approved collateral. F. M.  EfcKINS? Rendell Blk. city.  iona Hotel  *��7.  ���^^J^*?*>^.---  At the crossing of Rock ,1  Creek on the miin road  v     to Osoyoos and the  Similkameen.  travellers will find  every accommodation.  j. S. 1  The tank for the waterworks extension on Lind creek will be 40x60 feet,  with a depth of 12 feet, built of  masonry. The waste or outlet for the  system will be at the Twin creek tank.  For domestic purposes the extension  will be used entirely, and the present  system kept^ as a reserve, in case of  breakage in the new system or an extensive fire, where a larger quantity  of water would be required than that  supplied by either system, a necessity  which is very unlikely lo occur.  Percy F. Godenrath, novelist and  traveling correspondent, left Saturday  over the C. P. R. for Spence's Bridge,  from which point he will go into the  Similkameen. Percy is at present engaged in getting data of a historical  and reminiscent nature for a book on  the mining camps'of the Interior, to  be profusely illustrated with' photographs of pioneers���pious and profane.  He rode thirty miles last week to pick  up a few reminiscences, but the former  glories of the camp visited were so  shrouded iu the gloom of the present,  that even the most racy of reminiscences acquired a tinge of mourning  in their recital.  From reports received at this office  from week ,-to week it is safe to conclude that the "fraternal goat" is not  getting a square deal. It is time that  an effort should'ce made to protect the  fraternal goatT He is a-bird of prey  on Monday night, heads the "chain  gang" Tuesday, browses .on Grecian  scenery Wednesday, and does extra  stunts Thursday, and Friday. Saturday he has to devote his^time to drills  and picks and stopes and skips, and on  Sunday, which should be a day ot rest,  he is compelled to- settle the economic  problems of the universe. Some hu  mane person should interest himself  in a movement for shorter hours for  the fraternal goat'.  The monthly ,contest at the bowling  alley resulted as follows: John FroBt,  s"core227, prize $7.50; F. F.-Ketchum,-  222, $500; W. Allison, 213, $2.50. The  score of 227 was made on -the last day  of the contest by Frost.' Ketchum was  down from the Weat Fork only a week,  and'itas probable'had he remained  any length of time he would have  gone ' close to the 300 mark, as 'his  average' was high. Allison was the'  only other high average man who took  a place in the contest. Bishop, Dill,  Naden, Hays, Potter and Thomas.who  averaged'high during the month failed  to get a place, - although Bishop, Naden, Potter and' Coles went over the  200' mark. So far for-' this month  Thomas is high with a score of 213. , '  A. E. ABhcroft, C. JE., and-party left  last week to survey the Columbia and  Western land grant into'townships, 6  miles east and- west by 18 miles north  and south!*- The grant' extends north  from the boundary along Kettle fiver  and the West Fork to a line running  east from Okanagan' lake and a few  miles south of Kelowna. _ The C. P. R.  and the province will have alternate  blocks or townships. This will give  the C. P.JR. one half of the'territory  fifty miles square along the boundary  and extending fifty miles north from  its present terminus at- Midway���a  princely bonus for I he building of 80  miles of railway' alone, but~ the company has not built into this territory,  neither is it likely to do so. , . ,  ._Superintendent_Hpdgs of _the B. C.  Telephone company was in the city this  week. Mr. Hodge did not say whether  or not it was the intention of his company to extend the system from Midway to Rock Creek. This would not  only be a convenience to the public  but would also be a paying investment  for the company. The service between Oro and Spokane by way of  Wenatchee is a very unsatisfactory  one, and if connections were made  at Rock Creek with the lirfe from Chesaw, a large percentage of the business along the line of railway construction would come over the B. C  Telephone company's system. It  would also mean a' large increase of  trade to the busineas houses of Greenwood in the way of hurry-up orders.  For Sale.  Roosters; 25 chickens, thoroughbred  lieghorns and Minorcas; also 75 feet  of 6-fool wire fence. Quick sale. J.  J. Hannon, Bouudary Falls.  A Good Family Liniment?  Every family should be supplied  with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm. For cuts, bruises, burns, scalds  and similar injuries, which are of frequent occurrence, there is noth'og; so"  good. It soothes the wound a -A not  only gives instant relief from pain  but causes the parts to heal in About  one-third the time required "oy. the  usual treatment. As it is an antisep-  tic.all danger from blood-poisoning is  avoided.   Sold by all druggists.  /  *  *  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting,   Heating and  Ventilating. ,   Power furnished  for Hoisting :and  air-compres  sing plants,   with  an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  : :  :  Get Our Rates, We Can Save You Money  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  I    -ijk LISTEN"I'      '     '-''a ��� *  I &�� WE WANT YOUR TRADE  * - .   "     '  %   and are always wide awake   to satisfy your  |j| . wants���not like the policemen who sleeps his  %    ^ shift through.    ' ���  ! For a Good Dinner  or Short Order I  *��  ...Try The...     '?- " ., "-.  ..WINDSOR CAFE,.,  ��  -�����  I HARRY C0UTTS. Proprietor f  &��###���$���*,*#$#������--*-#**��##-&**&^  PROPRIETOR.  For Sale���First-class piano, less  than half price. For particulars apply  to Wm. Fleming.  tCalJ/up  Made that resolution to begin the,new  year right by, buying your Meats; Fish,  Etc.  at the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  That's us  I. P. FLOOD,     Pi;op;  Before placing your Insurance  ���see the��� --        -      ,    ,  Non-BOARD FIRE COMPANIES RATES  They do not belong to the Trust, therefore you can' get Insurance at a saving of from 10 to 15' per cent. * All -under  government supervision and renowned for their promptness  ^in-settling losses; ������>- --r-���  ^FREDERICK W. MGLAINE   AGENT   -tt-  y  f  t  V  ?  Y  $  I DEALERS IN  IFUR1TCRE, *. CARPETS, I  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ?    COPPER^STREET,.  GREENWOOD.  %tr<<">>'<<<^>'<"'^  1  IfiBS��R   M0T5L  ERNEST J. CARTIER? Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells all others.  ��*-  ���tt  Y-.  r     i-  ���-;vS*(��-^.^*ss��-*-*--** tacirJuJi*��*-W��.*fcr**ivS-; **~HXl#trtiS.wm u  ?(*"'J'V-tWj*-*Wj  ^  !  BOUNDARY CREEK   TlWES.  We will be >pleased lo  furnish estimates for  Wall Papers for ��� any  kind of room, large or  small.  Largest variety of patterns to  select from in the Boundary. It  will pay you to see our stotk if  you contemplate doing-papering*.  ^=  J  TOWN TOPICS  T.' J. Hardy left last week on a business trip to Alberta.  Scotty Smith came down from the.  West' Fork Wednesday.  Ed. A. Hain and S. Bennerman of  Midway were visitors in the city this  week.*  Julius Ehrlich, Boundary manager  for P. Burns & Co., is in Nelson this  week.  The K. of P. lodge proved two  candidates to the rank of Esquire Wednesday evening. ,  His Honor Judg-e Spinks came in  from Grand Forks Tuesday and held  county court here (Wednesday.  Tuesday night five candidates received the Second and Third degrees  in the local lodge of Odd Fellows.  A large quantity of blasting powder  is being freighted through Midway  to the line of construction at Oro.  R. G. Sidley, J. P., was in town this  week looking after consignments of  goods for his store at Sidley, B. C.  At the opening of the court here on  Wednesday-Gus.  Strom and'Wm. J.  Reed were declared British subjects.  o  Mrs. F. M. Elkins and daughter returned last week from a visit of a  couple of months in the Similkameen,  J. F. Royer was in the city the early  part of the week, looking after his interests on this end of his stage line.  There is nothing much slower on this  earth than through freight from Montreal to the Boundary  over'the C. P. R.  Ice cream freezers, screen doors and  all lines of house furniture, for rent or  sale at the O 1 C, A. L�� White & Co.  Rev. E. C. W. MacColl, Mrs. Mac-  Coll and Miss MacColl of Phoenix  were the guests of Mrs. F. W. Hart on  Wednesday.  D. C. McRae and Chas. Stooke left  Wednesday for a trip to the Similkameen, going by way of the West Fork  ~a.tiu-j. buiiu,  The Eholt Trading company is opening a branch store at Midway, to be in  charge of H. Bunting, for some time  in the Eholt store.  Alderman Bunting has been gazetted  a membei of the city licensing board  to fill the vacancy made by the resig.  nation pf Alderman Parker.  . Have you seen the rugs, carpets and  art squares at the O I C which are go  ing at bargain prices? If you haven't  you'd better hurry.  It is said that there will shortly be  a reduction in the freight staff of the  C. P. R. here, owing to the close-down  at the Montreal and Boston.  W. G. McMynn will leave Scotland  on the 24th inst. for Canada, and will  be in Ontario for some time before returning- to British Columbia.  Frank Gome, one of the old-time  prospectors of the Boundary and now  a resident of Seattle, is visiting the  city, after four years' absence.  G. B. Taylor and W. Elson left'Sat-  urday for Ladysmith to attend the  grand lodge of Odd Fellows. They  will be away a week or ten days.  Iv. Bruce Hodge of the telephone  company and Mrs. Hodge left Wednesday on a visit to the Old Country.  They will be away about three months  R. T. Longly left last week for Lak'e  Nippising, Ontario, to examine mining properties for a Spokane syndicate.  Roy H. Clark of Spokane went with  him.  J. W. Nelson of,the Pioneer'hotelhas  so far recovered that he is able to sit  up, and it is expected that next week  he will be discharged from the hospital as well aB ever.  There is some talk of the Greenwood baseball nine going to Republic  to play on the Fourth of July. There  will probably be a large number of  ball enthusiasts go with them.  H. B. Madden of the Pacific, came  in from Oro Friday and returned by  Tuesday's stage. Mr. Madden states  there is no truth in the -repoit that  railway construction had stopped. , '  ' Miss G. A. Dixon1, i the modiste, is  leaving for' the East Tuesday next.  The business will be taken over by  Miss I/. M. Dixon, who has come from  Nova Scotia to settle in Greenwood'  At the record office during the moi��th  of May there were issued 466 free  miners licenses, and four company-licenses; 32 locations, 95 certificates,of  work, and 19 transfers were recorded.  The provincial government offer a  reward of $1,000 for information that  will lead to the arrest  and  conviction  s  of the person or persons who murdered  Michael Clark near Rossland ,a short  time ago. ' ,  The local lacrossists are practising  every evening, presumably for another  match with Grand Forks, and possibly  a trip to Nelson, Rossland and the  towns along,the Crow during the summer and fall.- ���>  -   ^ *s  Sunday evening next the members  of Greenwood lodge, A. F. & A. M.,  will attend divine service in St. Jude's  Episcopal church at 7:30. Members of  the order are requested to meet iu lodge  at 7 p. m,. sharp.  John Ericson, a Finn, died in the hospital Wednesday of typhoid pneumonia.  Ericson worked in Phoenix a part of  last' winter, and was formerly in'the  Lardeau country and at Poplar during  the boom there. -  Commencing this week the West  Fork stage line has been much improved by new rigs and additional  stock. It is expected that a tri-weekly  service-will-he-started-shortly, as the  travel travel is increasing rapidly.  E. H. Thruston, owner of the Carmi  mine on the West Fork was in the city  this week, and it is said that negotiations are in progress to secure the services of a well-known mine superintendent to take charge of the property.  Walter S. Keith, formerly of Greenwood, has accepted the position of  superintendent for the Takilwa Snielt-  Y:  ���>v  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  XX  American  Shoes  50 TO  $7.56  $4.50  TO  $7.50  Tf  Tf  Ti  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  ������?'  Tf  Latest Patterns in Straw Hats 65c to $2,50  V't'  -*���>?-  *y,  tt  rk -  Tt  Tt  **  Tf  Tf  *Y   ,  Tf  Tt-  Tt  ft  Tt  Tt  ���:'?  Tf  YY  t$  Tf  XX  xx  XX  "XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  -tt  XX  XX  Tf  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  Made a hit as s^oon as' the 1905 styles were shown, and is now" regarded' as the  leader in ready made clothing. The .refined styles and patterns combined  with first-class workmanship attracts the man' who is most' particular in his  dress and cannot but appeal to" the most skeptical opponent of ready-to-wears.  SHFIFIER SHIRTS  :��t: . The well known 'W. G. & R. and other -brands  to  choose from  in- plain   aud    ||  %%    . fancy stripe, etc.      The swellest line of neckware to choose from in the city.  tt  HI All  the  pleasure  and. benefit  derived, from-1 sea |1  ���SI'      ���;  ,'   bathing can be secured at borne? i   ,'        ���    SM  fM ^    . . .   ��� , ��� '�����>*���_ *_    3*&l  fH We have imported a large amount of SDA SALT m  h@&       .     ' *��� -      . 'v ^��&  ��p which when added to the bath  in  the  proportion ps  ||| of one pound to a tub will  give  you an  Atlantic |f  City sea plunge.  mi  WAX  te  **TVi!/  SlltCit  Dispensing Chemists.  Opticians.  m  II  IB'  **ES  1  m  m  ing company at-Waldo^-Oregoiir���His  many old time., friends in Greenwood  will be pleased to hear of his promotion. " .ii  David Wilson, B. A., inspector of  schools, is in the city this week holding examinations for entrance to high  schools. Nine pupils wrote, Midway,  Rock Creek, Greenwood and Phoenix  schools being represented. The examination closed yesterday.  GET A GOOD START^���  ON THE HOUSE FLY FAMILY  You can easily put them out of business, and keep them  out by using  Os*  C=-<  SURE  SAFE  .SANITARY'  DOUBLE SHEETS 5^TS EAGH  Thomas Dru  ��� The~Greemvood Petroleum���syndicate have received word from their  surveyor that only a small portion of  ground owned by the syndicate was  included in subsequent locatious. A'  meeting was held this week and plans  outlined for the development of the  property.  W. G. H. Belt, for the past five  years inanager of the local branch of  Bank of Bi N. A., left Tuesday afternoon to lake a position in the offices of  the bank in Montreal. Inspector Winter is temporarily in charge of the  branch here.  Jim Smith received a letter from Bob  Robertson a few, days ago. Bob is in  Goldfiikls, Nevada, and his letter is a  characteristic one. He.stntcs that the  sheriff and deputy sheriff* arc old  friends of himself and Jim; tliat hn&h-  sliugers and boosters get S4.50, and  miners S4 a day. He winds up the letter by promising to use his influence  with Deputy Sheriff Mahrer to get Jim  a possition as booster in* a iwo-bit  game.  On Wednesday evening of "**.st week  the Ladies committee of tflfe Presbyterian church waited on Mrs. McKee  at her home and presented her with a  very beautiful crescent pin brooch as  a token of their esteem. The brooch  was purchased from Logan & Co.?the  jewelers, and is ayery handsome specimen of high-class goldsmith's work.  Mrs. McKee, who wastaken thoroughly  by surprise, spoke of the great pleasure  the presentation gave her and assured  the ladies of her constant and unswerving devotion to the work of the  church.  ?.-''.'-..  LATEST STYLES  BEST VALUES  LARGEST VARIETY  } Let us give you an estimate and show you how'  cheaply-your- old- rooms  can be made new, fresh  and clean. Or enough  paper for a room for  $1.00 and put it on your  self.  25 per cent of! on all last Years  ^ Stock.  I  TRUNKS and VALISES  For the next two weeks we will give  10 per cent discoune on all Trunks and  Valises in stock.  PRICES RANGING:  Valises from 50 to SIO.OO  Trunks from $5 00 to $30.00.  Red Front Furniture Store  A? L. WHITE & CO.. Props.  M


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