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Array ���'"V " O ." ft***, V  I     '  warn  yv  \JC&*  J-JN  oUl/V-j A*   n -  6-1005 .   -^ |  \  Vol. 9.'  ^GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JUNE,2, l%5.  a>  The  Big  Store  THE    JBIG      9TOffJE>  The  Big  Store  White Waists  A Full line "of�� Ladies White Lawn  Waists  from '. ....'..:..**.....  75 cts. upwards  Shift Waist Suits  MB-*MMH-MM*Ma-HH-M--*HM-d-ri,uanBn)^^  '   We   carry, a special line, of   Shirt   Waists  Suits in 'wash material. \   ' , - \  ml, *     ' �� ' ' ** ] ' -   ������������BM�������� Mil WW Mn*-|MIM'|W**M'��'MW��**M>^'��M***l**Wi***^|WWW'''��a^''W^WM^��Wl����MW^  Cotton Hose  \ Ladies, Misses,. ,ChUdrens--Prices right.  THE CELEBRATED BLACK CAT BRAND FOR BOYS,  ...SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF...  Carpets and Linoleums.  IS SKYLARK CAMP  Development   Being  Done  on the Preston.  THE CRESCENT ACQUIRED  By Chichago Parties and Work Will  Be Continued���Development on  the Prince Henry.      ,    .  the vein encountered in the other shatt.  A depth of about 25 feet has beeti attained and a nice vein i** showing'  averaging about four inches in width.  The Lust Chance is shipping some  very line fir^t-class ore to the smelter  today.  FAREWELL TO REV- KNOX-  ����������������N��-��-t**-^����9i->0������*��^^  i  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  t  t  *  ^^   XJF *T**  Urfl   1  If Your watch shows' any irregularity or gives other evidence that  something- is wrong with it, better have it examined by a competent  .i �� * i *.  watchmaker. You won't find any more skillful or'more experienced  anywhere than right here. We "clean and repair all sort*-of watches  thoroughly and quickly, and guarantee our work as well as oar prices.  . If your watch chain is beginning to show'signs of wear, or if you'd  \ * i  like a new chain for any reason, we are prepared to supply  you with  the best gold filled ever made at a ��� moderate price.   We carry the^  Siruhions' make, the best known and most strongly guaranteed chains  - ever -suld^ ��� .����� . ������ .   BASEBALL MATCH.  "K.  LOGAN  S��. CO  :j: Official Agent for REGINA WATCHES.  W*g*-MMfr*��>*'>��*<**>*^->*>*-*^^  Sped a Sate of Ladies Ready-  to-Wear Goods.  Ebery Item is of Special Interest to Ladies  of Gfeenttoood.  Ladies white Underskirts with  deep embroidery frill and insertion, worth $2.50.  Sale Price 5^.50  Ladies Fine White Cambric  Gowns, worth $1.15.  Sale Price 75c.  ' Ladies White Cambric Drawers, 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 Eng-lish chambroy and  linen, worth $8.00.  Sale Price $5.50  Ladies Shirtwaist Suits made  of-fine English Gingham, worth  $6.00.   ���  Special Price $3.75  Ladies Fine Dongola Kid lace  Shoes, worth $3,50.  Special Price $2.50  .There was a game of baseball���or  rather rounders���played at the ball  grounds Sunday afternoon between  Anaconda and Greenwood, the former  winning by a score of 14 to 13. If it  wasn't errorless, it was certainly a  rooters'game. As'will be seen by the  score, a few of each side managed to  make the rounds -of the I bases.  This was not due to skill in batting,  but because the batteries and fielders  were less expert than the wielders of  the ash. Oue more exhibition like  Sunday and every baseball enthusiast  will become afflicted with the Lord's  Day Alliance malady in its most virulent form  No view is just the same on both  sides of the fence.  THE CARMI.  R.T. Longly, superintendent of the  Carmi, returned Saturday from Spokane, where he had been to consult  with E- H. Thruston. the principal  owner of the property. Mr. Longly  stated that Mr. Thruston had purchased the Spokone people's interest  iri the mine, but could not give any  information as to the policy in regard  ���o development in the future. It must  be confessed that this news will prove  disappointing to the people of the West  Fork, and it would be useless to disguise the fact that the people hoped  some person would secure control, less  erratic in his methods of developing- a  mine. The property appears to be all  right, but development has been of  an intermittent character.  Wfi}il44As><*\\ Ladies  Ready-to-Wear Hats   all at  millinery Special Prices.   RBNDBL.L, &���' CO  The thumbscrew method . of doinjr  business is opposed to publicity.  Cuban Diarrhoea?  U.S. soldiers who served in Cuba  during the Spanish war know what this  disease is, and that ordinary remedies  have little more effect than so much  water Cuban diarrhoea is almost as  severe and dangerous as a mild attack of cholera. There is one remedy,  however, that can always be depended  upon, as will be seen from the following certificate from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs  of Houstan, Texas: " I hereby certify  that Chamberlain's Colic,.Cholera and  Diarrhoea remedy cured my husband  of a severe attack ot Cuban diarrhoea,  which he brought home from Cuba.  We had several doctors but they did  him'no jrood. One bottle of this remedy  cured him, as our neighbors will testify. I thank God for so valuable a  medicine."   For sale by all druggists.  The Chicago syndicate who, as already reported, have purchased the  Preston, are sparing neither trouble  nor expense in the development of  their property. By appointment a  Times reporter met Mr. Bailey, the  local representative* of the syndicate  on the ground yesterday morning and  under his guidance and accompanied,  by the supervising engineer, W. H.  Jeffery, M. E-, was taken to each of  the leads on the property, each ot  which is being worked. There  are three, and judging from result-* so  far attained with every prospect of  ultimate success. The veins are numbered 1, 2 and 3, and the discovery is  on No. 1. The new owners have  erected a gallows frame at the head of  the workings on this lead' which is a  remarkably fine showing and has given  assays as high as $808 per ton. At the  point where the incline shaft on the  vein is now the lead is lying pretty  -flat. Judging from the looks of the  footwall, which is crushed and broken  as though from some movement of the  rock, it is expected that the vein will  whemiollowed, prove to have a much  steeper dip than appears, .now. It is  Mr. Jeffery's intention"to sink on the  vein and when found in place to drift  to the face of the hill and use the incline now about to be started on for  ventilation purposes. '   '  Lead No. 3 is, in Mr. Jeffery's opinion, and he has carefully traced it  across the gulch, a continuation of  the famous Skylark vein. At the  poirft where it is being |opened up  the vein is about five inches in width;  with considerable gauguev on both  sides, heuvily iron-stained and oxy-  dized. There is also a great iron stain  in and about vein No. 1. Vein No. 3  haB been traced into vein No. 2 and it  is the intention now to drift on it until  the .junction of the two is reached.  Vein No. 2 is being worked in two  places 300 feet apart. At one point  a shaft is being sunk on the vein,  which shows up most distinctly about  12 irichcs"in_ width. Further- southa  tunnel has been started on the lead  At present the blacksmithshop ori the  next group, the Cora-Canadian is being  utilized, but Lhe site for the mine  buildings has been chosen and active  building operations will be started at  once. Fourteen men are now employed and there will be no let-up to  the jivoik.0 A trial shipment of ore  will be made as soon as possible.  Asked as to the truth of the rumor  that Colonel Dickason had purchased  the control of the Crescent, Mr. Bailley  said that it was quite correct, but that  he was not quite ready to make any  statement concerning the deal. Mr.  Bailey said also that the Preston owners had purchased two small fractions  between the Preston arid the Crescent  and Cora-Canadian.  . This being so, it is fair to presume  that the same course of active development will be instituted on the Crescent as has been on the Preston. The  Crescent, under the management of  Harry Shallenberger, has been put  into g-ood shape for shipping and  it is extremely probable that his plans  with regard to building a road to the  Great Northern Phoenix branch will  be carried out.  The Times purposes, if obtainable,  giving a full* description of the property and the plans of the new owners  in next week's issue.  On the Prince Henry, the shaft first  started has for the time being been  abandoned, and the men are now engaged sinking on the lead further  south than the old shaft and lower on  the hill. The lead was very flat at  first but it has now straightened up  and is dipping  at the same  angle as  On Thursday evening a large gathering assembled in the Methodist church  to bid farewell, officially, to the Rev.  J. P. D. Knox, who for the last four  years has labored most faithfully at  Greenwood and leaves" in a, few days  for Rossland. his next circuit. Tables,  were laid in the church and fairly  groaned with good fare. After the  inner man was satisfied, Mr. Clarice  called the audience to order and after  the preliminary religious exercises had  been gone through with, Mr. W. G.  Gaunce addressed the meeting, saying  some particularly complimentary words  to Mr. Knox. The following- gentlemen also spoke during the evening:  Rev. D. McKee, and Messrs. Dynes  and Braden. J. R. Brown, M. P. P.,  ou behalf of the congregation? read an  address and presented Mr. Knox with  a purse of money. Mr. Knox replied  at the close and referred., as had several  of the previous speakers, to the very  sad and unexpected illness of Mrs.  Petch, who, with Mr. Petch, had oeen  one of the leaders in getting up the  banquet. Mr. Knox spoke of the work  here and the success that had attended  his efforts, and he said that he left  Greenwood with genuine regret, but  hoped, inasmuch as he'was still chairman of West Kootenay district, to be  able to come over from Rossland once  iri a while and conduct services here.  The proceedings during' the evening  were of a very quiet nature, by request,  there was no applause to any item on  on the programme.  A. MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY  The greatest of all colored organizations, ','The Hottest Coon in Dixie"  -will be seen here at the opera'House,  Thursday, June 15. This attraction is  the leading colored organization of the  country this season, both in numbers  and the prominence of its members. It  comprises the best singers, dancers,  comedians and specialty artists that  the American stage has ever produced.  The piece is a lively musical farce  comedy in two acts, nnd that niimerons  class of theatregoers who revel in  hearing the latest "rag time" song  hits of the day and catchiest kind of  "Coon" melodies will have one of the  richest treats in store for them. The  ensemble effects are embellished by a  stiong electric cqjipment carried by  the organization,'together with a full  complement of special scenery.  * PUBLIC SCHOOL REPORT-'   Following is the report of the Greenwood public school for May:  DIVISION I���J. I���. WATSON, TI*ACHRR  Enrolment      50  Average daily attendance     26.73  Percentage 89.10  Names of those who attended every  session: Archie Bunting, Barbara  Jackson, Howard Nelson, Hazel Skel-  ton, Nettie White, Gladys Wickwire,  Vivian Wickwire, Ray Parker.  DIVISION  II���C.   M.   MARTIN,   TEACHER.  Enrolment  37  Average daily attendance 33.32  Percentage 90.54  . Names of, those who attended every  session: Lucille Davis, Maude Eales,  George Ealeft, Russel Hunter, Harold  Hunter. Alexander Hunter, Lloyd  Johnston, George Redpath, Grace Red-  path, Winnie Skelton.  Girl.s who.do not stay at home nights  are doing something to make all the  hours dark.  SCOTCH CONCERT.  A very fine programme has been ar-.  ranged for the Scotch concert which  is to be given on the 14th inst. in aid  of the building fund of the Midway  Presbyterian church, burned a few  weeks since. Mr. McVicar, who has  had the arrangements in hand for  some time, reports that, he has been  fortunate enough to secure some outside Scotch talent of exceptional  ability, and that he anticipates a large  and appreciative audience.  Don't forget the Moving Picture  Show Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,  June 3, 5, and 6.    Its the best yet? "  No. Sti^,     '  \  I   I  '''I  ���II' V  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  LOCAL   AND   PERSONAL.  C. Scott Galloway is iu Nelson this  week on mining business.  Don't miss the vaudeville entertainment in the'Auditorium 3rd June.  Mrs. B. F. Petch was taken to the  hospital Wednesday and an operation  performed.  J. D. McCreath, who ciit his foot  with an axe a couple of weeks 'ago- is  able to move around ���with the aid of  crutches. ���������''.'  Mr. and Mrs. A.' Hanson wish to  thank their many friends for the  kind sympath)* and assistance.rendered  in their bereavement.  The moving pictures in the Auditorium Saturday night- will include a  number of new scenes. Admission 25  cents, children 15 cents.  His many fiiends will- be pleased lo  learn that W. Elson has jjecpv'ered from  his illness and will, be 'out of the hospital tomorrow.  E. G. Warren of the Greenwood  Electric company, left Thursday for  Montreal on a business trip. Mrs.  Warren accompanied him.  The city police are recommending  the climate of Oro, Wash., to persons  unable to work. A number of "young  men took the advice" of Chief Hallett  and Captain Curry this week.  -C. M. Shaw, C. E., came in from the  Similkameen   this  week and   will be  /unable to practice his profession fora  couple'of months, the  result of his accident near Princeton a short time ago.  Jas. C.'pale, the pioneer prospector  of the West. Fork and locator of the  Carmi mine* arrived in the city T.hurs-  'day. Mr.' Dale has been working on  his properties adjoining the Carmi and  Butcher. Boy. He will return next  week.  PETROLEUM SYNDICATE.  E. W. M. Lysons and Angus Cam-  ergn left last week to survey nine  claims in the Flathead valley. The  claims were located tor a local syndicate, of which the officers are: Dr. J.  E. Spankie, president; Hugh McCutcheon, vice president; J. R. Brown,  secretary, and E. R. Redpath, treasurer,  and is known as the Greenwood Petroleum Syndicate. Legal proceedings have beeu started to clear title to  the claims, as John Watt aud associates have locatedover land claimed by  local syndicate.  Ringk}', near Manchester, h-*.ve,  now some thirty or forty young  women working on the "belts"  in place of men. Our southeast  Lancashire colliery proprietors  are about to follow.Messers. Fletchers' example. *,  We think it bad eneugh in thi*  country to have half-grown boys  enslaved iu the coal breakers of  the anthracite districts. We have  not yet sunk so low that we are  willing to put women to work;on  the belts'; but in these days of  rapid movement, who knows to  what depth we may yet descend ?  Doubtless the plea is made over  there that the women are glad to  have the work; that it is not half  so laborious as it sounds, and that  the women thus engaged are not  the delicate creatures we are accustomed to regard as the weaker  sex., ���Specious" reasoning, all of  it! Whoever has seen the undersized, hard-featured, woman that  sometimes sits outside 'of a mine  sorting ore on the dump, remembers that-he took no ijoy in the  sight. . Such individuals represent nature's revenge on the race.  They are not types of womankind ��� because nature never  wrought such unlovely forms���  but they aj*e types of man's depravity.���Mining Wprld. '  Sprained Ankle,N Stiff ��� Neck,   Lame  Shoulder,  These are ��� three common ailments  for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is  especially valuable. If promptly ap  *plied it will save you time, money and  suffering when troubled with anjr one  of these ailments. For sale by all  druggists.  People who want everything their  own way do not  have to go far to find  a fight.   j -   Some men have long business hours  to'.'shorteh their! hours at- home.  Now and then.a man working in the  back yard exercises his mind on the  question why the man of the house  does not'get a divorce'  In last week's issue an error ocour-  red iu the write-up on the Preston, iu  which the word Crescent was substituted for that of tlje Preston. The  error was not of much importance but  it gave assay values to the Crescent  that belonged to the Preston. On the  Preston there are 12 men working under the formanship of Neil Morrison.  It is to early in the development to  make any lengthy comment, but if  money and systematic development  will, make a mine out of the property  the right persons are in charge. *  A Snap.  A five-roomed house , and furniture  for sale at less than half its cost. Good  well on property. Inquire at this office  Gasoline cannot be confined fo  any length of time in wooden  barrels even if they have been  coated inside with wax aud a  number of times painted on the  outside to make them air tight.  Even in the coldest weather and  under most any condition gasoline will pass  through the wood.  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 Chambe'rlain'6 ' Cough  Remedy. It has proved itself to be the  best remedy for whooping cough,  which is prevalent on this end of the  globe. It has 'never failed to relieve  in any case where I have recommended  it, and grateful mothers, after using  it, are daily thanking me for advising  them." This remedy is for sale by all  druggists.  The cost of  a  good time  is  always  written in black and,-white.  The, man who can put himself in the  place of another is a strong man.  Women in collieries.  The daily" papers team with  horrors that are the, outcome of  revolting practices in our industrial life. The' brutal pains and  dog-like humiliation that attend  on many latterda-y methods of  production and the unfairness exercised in awarding compensation to the chief producers are  frequently so great that no human production is valuable  enough to be"worthy of such sacrifice. Better, the idealist would  say, that we should wear forever  aprons of fig leaves or mantles  madeifrom the skins of wild animals than that little children  should sweat out their tender  lives before the spools and looms  of our cotton mills. The indus-  trial situation in this land of ours  is not one we need feel vainglorious about���the violence of strikes  in our city streets or the plunder  of the people's savings by those  intrusted with them are sufficient  to make us conscious of the irony  of too much self praise���but at  least decent Americanism halts  yet before one indignity that is  put upon the race in some other  countries. The Colliery Guardian  of London contains the following:  ��� Female labor is now being engaged on pit brows in the Manchester district. Messrs. Fletchers, of the Outwood collieries,  AVONEY TO LOAN  Private Funds to loan at current  rates on approved collateral. F. M.  ELKINS, Rendell Blk. city.  /F  ^  Greenwood Opera  .. House -���  Mr June 15  E." WILLIS PRESENTS  A JINGLING MUSICAL  COMEDY  *&   ARTISTS-vH  Special   Augmented   Orchestra,  New and Catchy Music,  Complete Scenic and Lighting  Effects.  Large Chorus of Pretty  Octoroons,  Handsomely Costumed.  SEE BIG STREET  PARADE  PIE $11M5 fill  Seats on Sale at White Bros.,  and Thomas' Drug Stores.  ^  A Good Family Liniment,  Every family should be supplied  with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm. ' For cuts, bruises, burns, scalds  aud similar injuries, which are of frequent occurrence, there is nothing so  good.' It soothes the wound and not  only gives instant relief from pain'  but causes the.parts to heal in about  one-third the time required by the  usual treatment. As it is an antiseptic all danger from blood-poisoning ii>  avoided.    Sold by all druggists.  -   MINERAL ACT.    .  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Logan" Mineral Claim, situate In the Green,  wood Mining Division of Yale' District  "Where   located:    . On   Wallace Mountain   adjoin in cr tlie Duncan mineral claim.  *T~*AICE  NOTICK ihai T, Sydney IM. Johnson  1 Free Miner's Certilicate *"o, 1580515.'arid  as agent for F. M Elkins, Free Miners Certi'"-  cate No. H80536, and Thomas Murray, Tree  Miners L'ertificaleNo. 1*55599, intend, sixty days  from the elate hcrcof.lo apply to tlie MiningRecorder- for a cerlilicateof Improvements, foi  the pvrpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that action,'���';under  section 37, must be commenced before,the issiir  aiiee of such certificateof 'improvements.  Dated this 29th dav of March, A.D. 1995.  + SYDNEY M. JOHNSON  LICENCE TO M EXTRA-PROVINCIAL  PA *N  " COMPANIES'  ACT, 1897.  i-f  XXX AND  , >���/" *���/' <�����"  NOTICE is herebv given that The Vancouver, Victoria and -Eastern Railwav and  Navigation Company, will apply to the Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof,  for an Act declaring- that the said company is  and been since its railway was by (>1 Victoria,  chapter 89, declared to be a work for the general  advantage of Canada, a company under the  legislative jurisdiction Of the Pailiament of  Canada ana* authorizing the company to construct and opeiate in extension of the undertaking already authorized ,i 1 ail way from' Olivers on tlie line ot the Victoria Terminal  Railway and Ferry Company lo the south bank  of the Fraser River near Liverpool and to a  connection with the Bridge over the Fraser  River near Liverpool with power to connect  with railways operating iu the Stale of Washington anil with the Vancouver, Westminster  and y it Icon Railway Company, The Victoria  Teiininal and Feny Company and The New  Westminster Southern Railway Company or  any of them, and extending the time limited bv  the Acts respecting the company for theconi-  mciiceniciit and completion of its undertaking,  and for other purposes.  Dated at Ottawa this31st day of March, 1905.  ' McGTVBRlN & HAYDON,  "��� Solicitors for the applicants.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  -1 ���   PLUMBER  NOTICE.  ..  Application Tor Transfer of Liquor License  *Motice*is hereby given that thirty days after  date we will apply to the Board of Licensing  Commissioners of the City of Greenwood for a  transfer of liquor license held by us for the  Clarendon hotel, copper street, nituated on lots  13 and 14, in block 12, Citv of Greenwood, to R.  A. Nicholson. BRUCE CRADDOCK.  R. A. NICHOLSON.  Dated this ISth. dav of May, 1904..  _Estray=.Notiee-__  J  A buckskin' horse, .with black mane and tail,  came into my' place���the Boner ranch, Rock  creek mountain��� last January. Branded on  right shoulder with figure: two, .Villi a crook  on lower end of figure. Weight about eight  hundred pounds. Owner can have same by  paying for his' keep and advertising, otherwise he will be sold. D. McPIIElsSON.  Dated this ISthday of May, 1905.  TO J. P. WELLS or to any person or persons  -   to whom he may  have "transferred his in-  leiest in the A��tro fractional mineral claim  situated in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.   ' *��� '  YOU are hereby notified that I have iex-  oended the sum of $100.00 (one hundred  dollars for assessment work on above nientioti-  edclaims,such being required and ncccssao' to  hold tlie same for. the year ciidiuir 29lh Dec.  l?0fl, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  and Amending Acts, and if al tne expiration of  ninety days from the date of the first publication of this notice in the "Boundary Creel:  Times" you fail or refuse to contribute vour  portion Of such cxpeudituie namely $25.63 due  by you J. P. Weils.- together* with all  costs of .advertising, your interests in said  mineial claim shall become ..vested in me  (your co-owuer(upoii tiling !n the proper office  iu that behalf the affidavit required by section  4of the "Mineral Act Amendment Ac'. 1900."  Dated this 24th day of February, 1904.  'S. H. STINGLEY.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements. -.  NOTICE.  , ^  Ruby Fractional Mineral claim, situate in the  Greenwood- Mining Division of' Yale, District.   Where located: In Smith's Camp  TAKE NOTICE that we, George Cook. Free  Miner's   Certilicate No. B85503,.and M.  McMynn, Free Miner's Certificate B85.*)02, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  lo tlie Mining" Recorder for a Certificate'of'.Improvements   for   the purpose of obtaining   u  Crown Grant to tlie above claim,  'And further stake notice that action, under  section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 28th dav of-March. A. D.,1905.'  MINER AI^ ACT.  '.-H- i'.' - -^fc*A'   l)H X,W^^m\mmmmmW    I ' ^F"�� " MtB "'I  v/. RAILWAY...  Daily till 5th May? Low Settlers'  Rates Westbound from  Manitoba, Ontario/Quebec,  Maritime Provinces,  New England and  United States Points to  Kootenays and Pacific Coast  Send for your friends while low  rates are in effect. Prepaid  Tickets delivered b3' mail or  telegraph without additional cost  WESTBOUND  TOURIST CARS  Lv. Montreal Sundays and Thursdays  L/V. Toronto Tuesdays and Saturrdays  L,y. St. Paul Daily.  For rates, tickets, tourist sleeper berths,  and complete information apply to  local agents or write  E. R. RBDPATH,  Agent,'  GREENWOOD, B. C.  E J. COYI/E,      J. S. CARTER,  G.-P.A. Vancouver D. P. A.-Nelson  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Fremont" Mineral Claim, situate inGreen-  'wood   Mining Divisiou   of  Yale   District.  Where' located: Iu Providence Camp, ad-  joining the "Provldciice'' mineral claim.  '-pAKE NOTICE that we, Elizabeth 'Gal'.o-  JL     way  and   Robert  Wood,  Free  Miner's  Certificate Nos. B85--56 and B8M15, respectively,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Mininir Recorder for; a Certificate of Improvements, .fori the-purpose, of-obtaining a  Crown Grant of theabove claim.  And further hike notice tlmt taction, under  section; 37, in list be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Daled thin 24th dav of March, A..D., i905.,  CANADA:  Province of British Columiiia.  No. 259.  HIS IS TO CERTIFY that "The Montreal and Boston Consolidated Mining  and Smelting Company, limited." is authorized and licensed to; carry on .business within  the Province of British Columbia, and to carry  out or effect'all or any of the objectsofthe  company, to which the legislative authority *  of the legislature of British Columbia extends,  * The head ofiice of the-company Is situate at ���  Toronto, iiithe'Provliicc of Ontario.  The amount of the capital of th��'company Is  seven million five hundred/ thousand dollars,  divided into one million five hundred thousand  shares of five dollars each. '  ��� ;The head office of the company iu this Province is situate at Greenwood, and Arthur.Murdoch' Whiteside, Barrls.ter-at-1a\v, whose address is Greenwood, is the attorney for the  company. t'   ���  Given under my hand and ..seal of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  2nd day'of May, one thousand nine hundred  and five. * '  ri.. s.l ��� S. Y. WOOTTON,     ,  ' Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.1'  The following1 are the objects for which the-  company has been established:���  To carrv ou t he business of mining and  smelting, aud also to manufacture aud'deal in  iron, stone, manganese, coal, coke, copper, oil  and other minerals, timber aud lumber, aud to  maSiufacttire and deal in the products thereof  and the manufactured articles in which stick  products are tulli'/ed, and also to construct,  maintain add operate buildings, machinery,  engines, cars,' docks, bridges, elevators, canals''  and other waterways and other .works; to apply  for,purclias>e, lease or otherwise acquire patents ,.  and patent rights, trade marks, improvements,  inventions aud processes, aud 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 aud conditions as  may be agreed upon, real and personal property and estates, aud interests therein, including'quarries, mines, wells, water powers, lakes,  ponds, streams and watercourses: '-   .��  '2.'To acquire by lease, .'purchase or- otherwise, and upon such terms and conditions as  may bo agreed on, rights, powers, concessions, '  privileges and franchises,to enable the compauv  oroperly to exercise aud carry on all or any of  the rights, powers, concessions, privilege's,  franchises aud objects ot the company: [  < 3. To acquire by purchase, subscription or  otherwise, aud to hold and' dispose of stocks,  bonds or any other obligations of any corporation formed for, or then or theretofore engaged in or pursuing'any one or more of the  kindsof business-purposes, objects or operations aboye mentioned, or owning or holding  any property of any kind hereinbefore described, or of any corporation 'owuiiic or holding the stocks or obligations of auv such corporation: ' J,    ,  4. To enter into any arrangement for sharing  profits, union of interests 'or co-partnershjp  with any person or company cUrryinc* on.br  about to carry on, any business or transaction  which may be of .benefit to the company hereby Incorporated: (  5. To hold for investment or otherwise to use,  sell or dispose of, and  to guarantee any stock  bonds or other obligations of any other corpo  ration: t r  < .-     , _  6. To aid in any man nor anv corporation  whose stocks, bonds or other obligations are-  held or are in any way guarantctd by the company, and while owner of any such stocks,  bonds or other obligations to exercise all the  rights, powers and privileges'of ownership  thereof,''and to exercise any and all voting  power thereon: , >   -  7. To acquiie and carry ou all or any part,of  the works, property, franchises, and lo undertake any liabilities of any person, firm, asso  ciation or company engaged iu or pursuing  any one or more of the kinds of business, purposes, objects or operations above indicated, or  possessed of property suitable for the business  purposes of the company" hereby incorporated,  and as the consideration for the same to pay  cash or'to issue any shares, stock, debentures,  b_ond.s or obligations' of the 'company hereby  incorporated:  8. To sell, assign, transfer and convey to any  persons or corporations having oovver to  acquire the same, and on such terms and conditions and for, such considerations as may be  agreed ou all, or from time to time, any of ihe  works undertaking, i*cal and personal properties, rights, powers, concessions and privileges  of the company:' ..      -���  ��� 9.-To do all acta and exercise -all powers, audi  carrjvou 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. 36-39.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.   -  NOTICE.  "Garnet," "Garnet Fractional" and "Min-  ' ueapolis Fraction" Mineral Claims, situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: "'Garnet"  aud "Garnet Fractional" in Smith's Camp;  "MiiiiieapolisFrn,ction'!iii Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that i, Isaac II. Hallett, as  agent from for Kenneth It. Frith, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B8S629, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purposa of obtaining. Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section   37.   must be   commenced   before the  issuance of such Certificates of I mprovemeuts.  Dated this 15th day of March, A. D. 1905.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.    '*.  "Messina" Mineral Claim situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  AVhere located: On Copper creek on Main  Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. nallett,a3  agent for Alfred Cameron. Free Miner's  Certificate No. BS<iS91. Edward_Teiinessen,Free  Miner's Certificate No. B711*>i, and Charles  Stooke, Free Miner's Certificate No. B80454, 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 Grant of the above claim.  And fuither take notice that action, nnder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of April, A. D. 1905.  li.6 21 I. Ui HALLETT.  MINEEAL   ACT.  Certificate,of Improvement.  NOTICK.\_  "Gold Standard" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Minim* Division of Yale District.    Where located* On Cranberry creek.  TAKE NOTICE thatT, Albert E.'Ashcroft,  acting as agent for W. M. Law, Free* Miner's  Certilicate No. USOsTS, A. L. Piper, FrecMiner's  Certificate No. B62040, and Robert Mathison,  Free Miner's Certilicate No. B8560O, 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 Grant to theabove claim.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before'the issuance of such certificate of improvements,  Dtited this 4lli day of March, 1905  LI510 ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  " MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ��� ' NOTICE. '.''���...,'  "La Tour" mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood, Mining Division" of Yale District.  .    Where located:   In'Copper Creek camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett as  agent for Kenneth C. B. Frith, Free'Miner's  Certificate No. B55359. and Charles Elting Mer-  ritt.Free Miner's Certificate No. BS0141, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder fora Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  xVnd further take notice that action, under  sections", must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 13th day of April. A. D. 1904..  LIS 10 * I. H. HALLETT.  Dissolution of Partnership.  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore subsisting between Bruce Craddock  and R. A. Nicholson, as hotel keepers at Greenwood, B. C, is dissolved bv mutual consent-  All debts due the said firm are payable to R.  A. Nicholson, who assumes all liabilities  against the firm. ./"  Greenwood, B C.,Mly 1st. 1905.  BRUCE CRADDOCK.  R. A. NICHOLSON.  > > - ��� -    '    ���'  Yon will save money by 'buying' you  furniture and stoves from H. J*! Clint,  Copper street.  to BOUNDARY CREEK  MOTHER LODE IM  Annual,Report of the Gold  Commissioner;  TO MINISTER OF  MINES  ./..  \  Description of Development Done and  and' Methods Used -for Economical Handling of Ores.  The following extracts ' are taken  from Gold' Commissioner McMynn's  annual report to the department of  mines, and published in the Annual  Report of the Minister of Mines:    ���  THE MOTHER LODE.  At'the B. C. Copper company'-* Mother  L,o<?e mine substantial progress  was  made last year.   The open workings  Wete   considerably enlarged���in   fact  they are now one big quarry, the dividing   masses  of   ore   having   been  broken down  and sent to the smelter.  There is here ia long, double-tracked  adit, known* aslthe mule tunnel, from  which half a 'dozen raises have been  made to'the quarries above.   Near the  end   of this tunnel a big stope was  . openeda few months, ago in a large  body of good ore.   When the mine was  visited .this raise was1 up.,150 feet in  ore  most  of the way, but there  remained about SO feet more to be passed  through before the Connection would  be /made. ,' The consolidation /of  the  crushing plants, having been decided  upon, a new tunnel was driven, to intersect the main shaft, from which the  200-foot , and    300-rfoot    levels   were  - opened, on the same level as the quarry  ��� tunnel.   At the shaft a large,pocket  has been excavat.d, and this will discharge the 4 to 5-ton* skips; obtained to  replace the cages previously used. The  skips will empty.intb a bin at the head  of the shaft,- the ore passing thence to  either one of a pair of Jenckes-U'arrell  crushers, ea��h having  a jaw opening  of 24 to 36 inches.   These crushers will  be worked by two engines,-driven by.  compressed air, so arranged that either  engine can drive either crusher, thus  reducing chances of stopages by break  downs in either engines or crushers.  A belt conveyor will take the crushed  ore to'the main'ore bins for shipment  by rail to the company's smelter at  Greenwood. '  All   the plant   for  this  improved- arraugement   for  crushing  the ore has. been purchased and some  of   it   has    already    been    Installed.  Where the excavation was made for  the crushers a body,'of good orewas  opened up and from.'this six-to seven  thousand tons were taken  out.   This  body of ore has since been proved to  de of considerable size, recent reports  placing its dimensions, so far as yet  explored, at 200 by 130 feet.   The diamond drill has been used underground  during recent months with satisfactory results,'one hole proving the oc-   curreace of-good -magnetic_oxide_or_e_  down to 345 feet below the collar of the  shaft, at which depth the drill was  withdrawn.  In some respects the Mother Lode is  fairly  representative   of   the   larger  copper-gold ore deposits oscnrriug in  the Boundary distriot.   The croppings  are in places soft oxides of iron from  decomposition   of   ore-bearing "rock,  and in others 'altered  magnetic iron  oxides, very solid and compact, carrying copper pyrites and gold.   In other  places  they  are  calcite  and   copper  pyrites,   iron* pyrites,   more  or  less  quartose material, and carrying some  gold.     These  croppings  differ  from  those ont the Granby company's Knob  Hill mine, in which specular iron occurs? a fine-grained  magnetite being  being more' characteristic of the  Mother Lode outcrops, the chief of  which was a big copper-stained blowout, standing out prominently and distinctly noticeable from all of the surrounding thinly-timbered hills.  The footwall, as   disclosed   by   development w��rk, is for the most part  limestone,   and   the   hanging-wall   a  diabase.   On the footwall side there is  not,   as a rule,  a   marked  transition  from ore-bearing or barren rock, but  the ore often grades into  the country  rock outside of what is more or less  defined as the ore body, so that it is  difficult to tell within a few feet where  the pay pre will run out.   On the other  hand the ore gives place to the barren  country rock on the hanging-wall side  with comparative abruptness, fading  * away completely within a foot or two.  The chemical combination of the harie-  r ing-vra.ll and of the ore lying against  it���leaving  out'the   pyrites���is   substantially the same.   According to the  best^ geological .authorities who have  examined the district, the" ore-bodies  are altered limestone. Here, as at the  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill and B C,  porphyry dykes intrude, and it is considered quite probable that these  intrusions' afforded means of ingress  for the ore-carrying solution from be  nes th; consequently, the presence of a  porphyry dyke is usually regarded in  this district as a favorable' indication  when prospecting"for ore.  Although the croppings of the Mother  Lode appear in somewhat of a crescent  shape, the general trend of the lead or  ore deposit is north and south. The  ore bodies pitch to the east at an angle  of 55 to 65 degrees. The ores themselves may be classed in three general  groups: 1. A calcite carrying copper  pyrites, and iron pyrites, these sulphides sometimes jbeing massive and  sometimes scattered in small crystals  throughout the rock. Some quartzite  is .also often present. 2. Silicate of  lime, iron magnesia and alumina, carrying both, copper and iron pyrites,  massive or scattered, and frequently  often quartz, garnets or serpentine;  often all three together. Occasionally,  loo, a small quantity of zinc blende  occurs in this class of ore. 3. An excessively hard magnetic oxide of iron,  with silica and copper pyrites; not  often much iron pyrites.  For several years development work  was done undergroundj and much  crosscutting and drifting at the '200  and 300-foot levels has proved that  here, too, a large body of shipping  grade is available.   -  A main tunnel has been driven nearly  a thousand feet into the hill', on a level  with a   bench   on   which' hvae been  erected ore bins and other, facilities foi  ore' shipping, from this tunnel several  exploratory' crosscuts have been ..rut-  to determine the width of the ore, and  big raises have been made to the quarries  above.     The   main   quarry   was  opened at a- level about 110 feet above  that of the tunnel, and other quarries  below and above,   From the highest  point at which the ore outcrops on the  hill, down  to the level  of  the main  tunnel^the depth is about 260 feet.iaud  down to the bottom of the main shaft,  which is also in ore, about 350 feet  Half a dozen quarries have been opened  at different places, those'on the top of  the hill giving a larger percentage of  sulphur, which facilitates  matte-making   in 'the   smelter ; furnaces.   ' The  raises from the tunnels to the quarries are fun ne"-shaped at the top, so  that when blasted down from the faces  of the quarries, the ore may fall into  them   without   handling.    Rocks   too  large to pass through the bin gates of  the hoppers at the bottom, of the chutes  are "bulldozed." .The ore   is   drawn  from the chutes into 3-ton cars, which  are hauled >by, horses to  ore crushers  having each a capacity of 65 to 80 tons  of rock an hour, crushing to a size not  exceeding    Ave    inches.   , From   the  crusher an  elevating, machine raises  the   ore to  shipping bins  above   the  railway track.    /, '  The Mother Lode is opened up sufficiently to enable it to maintain an  output up to 1,000 tons perdiein, whenever the company shall increase the  treatmentcapacit'y of the smelter.  SMITH'S CAMP.  The development work carried on at  the Republic group, in Smith's comp,  since last September, in order to secure a series of shipping tests, has resulted very satisfactorily. The quantity of ore exposed on three of the  properties the permanence and con-k  tinuity of the leads, coupled with the  smelter returns, all combine to demonstrate that the Boundary is about to  add another producer to its growing  list of high-grade propositions.  The Republic group comprises the  Last Chance, Republic, None Such and  Hidden Treasure mineral/claims. It  is owned by the Republic Gold Mines,  limited, of which W. T. Smith, a pioneer of the district, is the general  manager. Mr. Smith has just received  the smelter returns of a recent carload  shipment of 20 tons of ore from the  Last Chance claim. The ore was  treated at the Hall Mines smelter, Nelson, B. C. The carload, according to  the official certificate,  averaged. 18%  ���  Just What Everyone Should Do.  Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville, Ga.,  always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoua 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  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 all  druggists  Solid leather 9 in Miners'  or Prospectors' Boots; made  with outside counters, waterproof chrome grain leg, best  veal kip, ,V vamp aud full  bellows tongue to the top;  a btoad toe last with double  sole aud slip, Klondike eyelets and hooks.' Practically  indestructible. For sale by  all good dealers.  Manufacturcd-toy  LTD.  VANCOUVER.. B   ..;;,*������"������'���& gr.:j& ���  Couduce.to real comfort in the  l\ome���so cosy and inviting and  net expensive. A room or just a  corner fitted tip in this delightful style would bring you real  pleasure. Here are some matcr-  "arsugffestions:   Java Burlap lor walls - 30c yd  Burinesc .Silltolinc - - 20c yd  Oriental Cushion Covers = 3.50 ca  Armenia Cushion Covers ����� 85c ea  Fringed Table Covers =^re 1.25 ca  g Sandlc Wood Tatoonrcttes 3.50 ca  i/  ���VICIOR1A.B.C  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Imorovements.  per cent; lead, S3 gold, and 22 ounces  silver, equivalent to $23.40 per ton, including the lead bounty.  The None Such  claim  also made a  carload shipment, which averaged S10  gold and 2 ounces silver per ton     The  vein occurs in the same formation and  averages from 3 to 5 feet in width.   It  is the same lead as the one on the Last  Chance, the adjoining claim.  |    The carload shipment from the Republic   proved   even   higher,  the- ore  averaging S17 gold and 7*4 ounces silver per  ton.   The vein  runs at right  angles to the other lead and is from 12  to 18 inches in width.  Selfishness is the devil's bait;  '"'���-*�����   ���;���?���. NOTICE.-���  "Ivillie James"   mineral Ci'iim, situate in 'lie  .Greenwood  Mininir  Division of  Yale  Ilis-  tiHtrict.   Where locaud: In Soutli Welliiitr-  ton camp. ;  TAKE NOTICE thnt I, Charles 'II. -Tve,  Free Miner's Certificate No, 1185703. in-  teii<l,sixty days from thedate licreof.io apply to  tliR Minintr Kecorder for a certilicale of Im  provemeuts, for the purpose of obluin'mir crown  trrantoftlie aliMve claim.  And   further take notice thai action, nnder  section 37, must he commenced  before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this Hill dav of May. A. !>.. 1905.  ��� tZL^�����viJ-v r~ i "-T' j****-----*-.*���J        -?-*���  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of minerals'on; Dominion Lands' in Manitoba, the  Northwest  Territories   and   the   Yukon  Territory.  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  al S10 per acre for soft coal and S20 for  anthracite. Not more than' 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company- Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is granted  For one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment in advance of S7.50  per annum for an individual, and from  550 to S100 per annum for a company,  according lo capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the same with two  legal post3. bearing, location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.   '*  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen clays if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's ofiice, one nrl-  ditional clay allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim is S5 00.  At least ��100 must be expended on  the claim each'year or paid to the mining recorder, in Hen thereof. When  500 has been expended or paid, th  has'been'expended or"paid, the locator  may, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at SI.00  an acre. \ i  Permission may be ,granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, iu the Yukon Territory, of au  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  ���cent.  Placer Mining,   Manitoba  and  the  N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, i65 renew-,  able yearly.   On the North Saskatchewan  river   claims   for   either  bar or  bench' the former being 100 feet long  and extending between  high and low  water mark.   The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet.   Where steam .power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may ba obtained.  Dredging in the rivers ' of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the. Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of * five miles each  for a term of twenty years,  renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims,'except on the  Saskatchewan river,   where ' the lessee  may dredge  to high   water  mark on  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fract  ion is sufficient. Rental, $10 per annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected _on,the_ output aftej-jt  exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory���  Six. leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty vears, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the 3*-*ar of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two }*ears from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date- Rental SlOO per niile for  first year, and 310 per mile for each  subsequent year. Royalty, same as  placer mining, ��� , ' t    ,   ' ' 1  Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek; gulch, river and -hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the base line or  general dircclion of the creek or gulch,  the width being 1.000 to 2,000. All  other placer claims shall be 200 feet  SOt1**TF*  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim on e"*ch  eperate river, creek or gulch, but the  same miner may hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners,  may work their cl-dims in partnership  by filing nolice and paying fee of S2.  A claim n*a3r be abandoned, and another ob'ained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by givincr notice and  paying a fee.  Work must' be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of S200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained  each  year.     It   not  the'cl'a'invshall be deemed to be abandoned and open to occupation and entry hy a free miner.  ; The boundaries  of; a  claim   may be  defined absolutely by  having a survey  made and  publishing  notices  in   the  Yukon Official Gazette.  \   Petroleum���All unappropriated Do-  miriionLands in Manitoba, the North-  west:Territories and within the Yukon  Territory  are  open   lo prospecting for  petroleum,,and  the minister may reserve  for  an   individual or  company  having  machinery  on   the  land lo be  prospected, an area of 640acres Should  the prospector discovei   oil   in   paying  quantities, atic satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the  oil   well   and  such other land as may  be determined  will  be sold  to  the  discoverer at the  rate of SLOO an acre, subject to royalty*  at such rate as   may   be  specified  by  orcler-in'council.  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy of '.he Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior, Ottawa  0- S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE Mil   AJD CREA1  Delivered Daily to any part  of th'** city.  Complete house furnishings. All  new and up to date, direct from the  leading markets.  RAILWAY.   Tin* only_ all_rail_ ronle_be^ween_opiutf,_ej*.'5t  west and south  to Rossland, Nelson,  Grand  Forks and Republic.  Leave Ah rive  9:50 a. m. Spokane 6:20 p. in.  10:55 a. ni. Rossland 4:55 p.m.  9:20 a. m. Nelson 6:30 p. m.  Ll:20 a. m. Grand Forks 3:33 p. m  9:50 a. m. Phoenix 5:20 p, ni.  8:00 a. in. Republic 8:30 p.m.  Buffet cars run between Spokane aud Nelson.  ���Effective March 5th, l*-05  In Connection With  9  AA:m  ���m  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements..  NOTICE.  "Kiuirstqu," "Boston." "Houston,*' aml"Kin��r-  - ston Fractional" Mineral Claims, siltiale in  the   Greenwood   Minintr   Division   of Ta!e  District.    Where located: In Tripple Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, airent  for The Vancouver and Boundary Cn'ek.  Developing and Minintr Comnany, .'.rUl. TAy-  FreeMiuer's CertilicateNo. BS5*l--',irttend.si.--ty  davs from the date hereof, to apply to tiie  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, undei  section 37, must l>e commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of May, A D. 1904.  - ROBERT WOOD.  Ciaimes arc marked by two 'egal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days,'if the claim is within ten miles  of mining recorder's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim mttst hold a freeminer's certilicate.  /The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in length,  and'if the party consists of two 1,500  altogether, on the output of which no  royalty will be charged, the rest of tlie  party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee 510. Royalty at the rate  of two and one half per cent, on the  value, of the gold, shipped from the  Yukon territory to be paid to-the Com-  dtroller.  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DULUTH,    MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO and ALL POINTS  EAST. SEATTLE. TACOMA   VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all tACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining- and', Buffet Smoking Library  car.  2 fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  g. f. & i��. a., c P. &T. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash 0�� f*l<JU*niMM-Wrh'W*tt>OHf��WtV>.��(lIM-ii*|-a  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.   H.   HALLET t  Barrister, Sotj-citor,  Notary Public.  CaYile Address :      hallett."  Codes  Bedford M'Neill's'  Moreinjj & Neal's  Leiber's. f>  Grefnwood,  P. MOLEOD  Barrister and Solicitor,  Offices in  RENDELL BLOCK  Over Banlc of Montreal  P. O. Box 31.  Phone 81  GREENWOOD B.C  4. E. ASHOROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  flinlne and Enelncerlne Surveys.  Residence:   Church St. 'Phone B15.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  QHARLES AE..SHAW.  Civil Ejngineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land'Survbyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  ���- Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    ;      ;      ;      .-   B.   O.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. 1ft.' Can- Toe- C. E. .  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.1  Surveys on  Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly attended to at  regular  prices.  Address :    FAIRVIEW  P.   0.?B. C  W. H. JEFFERY.  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  and  reported   on.   Will  take charg-e of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  for/railway competition. It  is without a railway. It has  vast bodies of low-grade ore that  require for their profitable treat-  treatment a railway to either  bring coke in to smelters that  will undoubtedly be built, or carry  the ore to outside smelters. It is  not a question of which of the  great railway' corporations is  "putting up" the most cash to  gain its ends, but it is a question  of the absolute requirements of  the Similkameen in the development of its vast mineral and agricultural resources. In opposing  railway competition for the Similkameen, newspapers not in any  way interested in the district  must be considered as opponents  of progress or the subsidized  mouthpieces of one of the corporations. No newspaper man who  has advocated railway competition for his home district can oppose railway competition for the  Similkameen without the suspicion of imbecility or pecuniary  gain. The Vancouver Province  cannot help its predilections for  the C. P. R., but the Nelson  Tribune, the "champion of equal  rightsjind a square deal to all,  well, perhaps old age���dotage���  would be the most charitable explanation of its position on the  railway question.  men were making arrangements  for the eelebratien of Dominion  Day, if they intend having a celebration. The time between now  and the 1st of July is none too  long to complete arrangements  for a first-class programme.  \)$mffinmm^  In a report of the recent rush  for homesteads on the C. & W.  reserve, it is stated that locations were made in a " blinding-  snowstorm." It would perhaps  be just as well for homestead purposes if the blinding snowstorms  would come earlier than May 23.  With upwards of twenty high-  grade mines working in the vi-  vinity of Greenwood, there should  be a marked improvement in business in the next month.  GREENWOOD.  B.   O.  T. F. SUTHERLAND  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER ^  ShippkrS';AgbnT. Entire charge taken"  of consignments of ore. Checking,  weighing, sampling and assaying  of samples.  GREENWOOt), B. C.  She  Boundary Creek Times  -Issued every Triday  Odncan Ross _ Managing Editos  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Phi* Yeak    2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 SO  <u'4iqi^j*b  LABEL)  FRIDAY  JUNE 2, 1105  Tiik following taken from the  Owhyee Nugget.r Idaho, shows  that when the right kind of employer and employe are associated  together the question of hours of  labor is easily .settled:  " The Miners union of Silver City  will celebrate the second anniversary  of the establishment of the eight hour  system in the mines and mills in Owyhee county, on the 19th May. More  than thrae years ago the DeLamar  mines management adopted an eight-  hour rule, but it did not become the  general rule ��� throught the county until the Trade Dollar Con. company put  it in full-force May 19, 1903. It has  given such general satisfaction to both  employers and >men since that date  that it will remain the rule here from  this time. on. The time will come  whenthe mine managers in Shoshone  county will also approve of it, despite  the fight they.put up against it at each  ���ession of the legislature."  The name Rojestvensky can  now very appropriately be  changed to Skipsky.  The Japs have lately/made  important'additions't(!> their navy.  COPPER IN 1905.  <r*  (f*  (f*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  (f*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  <f*  &  *s  Cf*  cf*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  @��  Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000.  Rest.  .$io,ooo;ooo.  Branches in London, Eng. \  President.   Lord Str&thcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager :   E. S  Clouston,  ctt1i1esTh!npr&. \ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial'au!  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  ^ Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager. ._  *"*-2  **%  ���"���-8  *&>  -*-*-2  -**2  -"���--2  -r-2  *%  >��=5  When the Nelson and -Fort  Sheppard railway was being built  we do not remember of objections  being raised by the poople of Nelson. , We do not remember that  The Tribune then claimed that  a railway to the south would be  a drain upon the resources of the  Nelson di&trict. Just the opposite  was claimed would result from the  Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway  entering Nelson. The Tribune  was one of the most ardent supporters of the Corbin extension.  At that "time Nelson had connection with both the C. P. R. and  Great Northern systems? -When  railways were being advocated  to the south'from Vancouver the  people did not claim that connection to the south would drain the  resources of the province. Vancouver then had connections by  water with all the American  transcontinental railway systems,  yet railway connection with the  south was deemed a necessity.  The Similkameen country is in  a wors position than either Nelson or Vancouver when the people of those places made a fight  The special police have been  recalled- from Salmo, and the  Chinese are in peaceable possession of a village in which there  were a few weeks ago a dozen  white families. The white population of British Columbia should  be proud of their representatives  in the legislature. They should  also be -proud of the fact that  citizens of this country can' be  hired at $60 a month to drive  whites out of their homes and  replace them with Chinese, when  men can earn $3 a day with pick  and shovel. Our provincial police are a large-souled, high-  minded, independent class. They  hunt in packs.  The person who sends to Tim  Eaton for a handkerchief or a  pair of socks, is just as potriotic  and of as much benefit to the  community as .the fellow who  walks to Midway, crosses the line,  purchases a couple of dollars  worth of tobacco and smuggles  it into the country. Both should  be given the privilege of earning  their living where they purchase  their supplies. Such people are  Chinese���bleached.  Perhaps the most gratifying  feature is the continued, hfgh  market price of copper. The'current schedule is the highest since  1901, speculative'fluctuations notwithstanding. During the past  four years there has been noteworthy expansion in consumption, especially in the United  States. ' .Momentarily producers-  book's show that they are well  sold up for several mouths ahead.  An unfortunate' occurrence has  been the strike at the Lake copper mines, causing a heavy curtailment in the April output.  The mines in the Lake Superior  region furnish nearly one-third  of the output of j copper in the  United. States. Lake mines, are  earning handsome profits, and  with copper selling at two to two  and a half, cents .per pound more  than lasti year, larger, dividends  have'been paid. Arizona, is the  third, .largest producing state,  and as the larger mines have consolidated to facilitate the, business, policy that has made the  Lake Superior mines such a grand  success, dividend payments are  growing. * * * * Surely  there is no better evidence that  copper mining is remunerative  than the dividends of $12,596,537  which have been paid' by 16  American companies in the past  five months.���Mining World.   .  Justice is patted on the back by all  sorts of people.  5%   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  Mo. 38.1.0.0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday' Eveninc* at 8 00 in the  I. 8. O. T. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning' brethern.     -^  W. Elson Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  The West Fork edition of this  paper will appear about 1st July.  Satisfactory progress is being  made in gettiug data for the  number. A representative of  The Times will visit the camps  along the Kettle river and West  Fork the early part of this month.  The edition will also contain a  write-up of the high-grade properties in the vicinity of* Green-  Vood.  jTiItis about time the business  BR MATHISON  Opposite Post  GREENWOOD  -  DENTIST  Office  -  "B C  S.BARRY YUILL  y ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty'tytytyx  PRACTICAI.      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWEI.LER. ' ' '   |,  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ^       REPRESENTING  The. Phoenix Fire Assurance Co. of London, Eng.  Liverpool and L,ondon and  Globe Insurance Company.  Stocks  GEORGE  The British  surance'Co.,  America ,As-  of Toronto.  The Caandian Birkbeck  In-vestment and Savings  Co. -        ' '  MANAGER  ty  ty  ,*  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  t  ty  ty  ty  ���ty  ty  ty  %tytytytytytytyty,tytytytytytytytyty4.tytytytytyty#  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500;000  ���'      HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ,  B. E. WALKER,\General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD,-A'ss't. Ge'n'i'Manages-  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I8SUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATE8:     ' 'f  $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 office in Canada of a* Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted),'and at the principal banking points in the United States* * - -  * NEGOTIABLE ATA FIXED RATE AT   .   ' . '   '  ,    THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON,' ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  - with safety and at small cost.  Greenwood Branch   -  -' -   -  W. ALLISON; Manager.  Greenwood  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  WINES   LI-TOMBS ���* (X'ARS  Sole Agents' for PABST FAMOUS BEER.  Build up Your System With Iron Brew  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  ���������ft*ci��ft*fto��*ft��ft������������o������ft��������fte��fttte������ft��ftftft����*ft��-��^  *  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ���a  ��  *  �����'  *  a  'ft  /ft  ��  ��  ftft  -ft  ��  *  -��  a.  ��  ��  ft'-  a  ic-  ft  ��  ��  *'  ���-���  *efte��ft0ftft��tfaftaftetffttffta��fttf��ftftftftftfttf��ftft��ftfi��eftftft  /  Greenwood,  B. C.  25 cents per hundred at tHis office. *fr*-iEB**aK~'*y^''>*~^ffF^^  BOUNDARY CREEK   TIMES.  Li  \  Gboc/  Spo/tf  Cap*, Swain*s  Bowling  (9**Q  Alley*  Clarendon <Block,  ,  Copper Street  rA��/A<��/-?  H  K  SQUARE  The Kanata, .Acme arid  Vitor Art Squares are  best made both in pat-  fern and durability. We  are overstocked in this .\  -line and must clear them  put. - They are all this  seasons patterns and are  iri"sises 7% x 9 up to 12  x"12 feet, will1' fit most  any- room.. In price,  they range from  $-4.00 to $15.00  RED FRONT .  FURNITURE STORE  A.,I*. WHITE & CO.,        Proprietors  r/W,'W*\/,-**V"  0000000-9000000<OOOC*><X>0<'��'KK>  H. BUNTING  ���i ���  CONTRACTOR .  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned "Work and  Inside Finish,  ' Etc,  9    tt ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  '    6  | GREENWOOD? :  B.C. |  000<X>0000000<)<>00<X>CH>0<>000<>  iCtf* K* ��s* K* ��r sc if Jf K" K* tf iC ** *f i? 8ft  S. A. Grierson i  PAINTER  *�� HOUSE  * SIGN and ,  % ORNAMENTAL   -  �����  %��� Nice Stock of Wall  ����� Paper to choose from ^  ^  Opposite the B. C. Hotel in Build- *  ing formally occupied b3r the      *  Poatoffiee.   Phone IS.  fc   J* "Postoffice.   Phone IS. '*  �� -ft  i Greenwood, B. C. \  ip -j*- ip ��c x*�����?*-��������� ��p ip ** ��** ��p*��� ** ��r.  THE ODD FELLOWS  Elect Officers for the Ensuing Term.  District Deputy's Report-  At the **egmar meeting on Tuesday  evening-, Boundary Valley Lodge, No.  38, T. O. O. F., elected the following  officers for the coming term: J. D.  McCreath, N. G.;,H. H. Huff, V. G.;  Fred. K. Holmes, R. S,; G. B. Taylor,  F. S.; G. R. Naden, Treasurer. The  installation will take place in July,  when the the additional officers will  be appointed.  There was a large attendance and  the voting for candidates for the different office's was quite spirited, but  seemed to lack the enthusiasm which  has always been shown in former  years, in that the different elective  office* were not as keenly contested for.  District Deputy Fred B. Holmes presented his report of the three lodges  under his jurisdiction���Gateway,Snow-  shoe and Boundary Valley. The report fully covered the work of the  three lodges for the past year, giving  severe criticism where it belonged,  and praise where praise was due. i The  m..ther lodge���Boundary . Valley-  showed the greatest progress in membership of the-three, with Snowshoe  second.  DEVELOPMENT AT PHOENIX.  {    , Phoenix camp was agreeably surprised on Saturday when the announcement was made by-General Manager  Jay P. v Graves of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting andvPower  company that -an additional' sum of  $100,000 was to be expended immediately in the sinking of a new three-  compartment shaft.s Within the past  few months no leas a,sum than $400,-  000 has been disbursed for additional  equipment, machinery and betterment  of the Granby mines, and this further  appropriation proves the intention of  the directors to put the mines in auch  a position that*with-the completion of  the- new shaft shipments will be increased up to nearly 5,000 tons per day,  as against an average of 2,000 at  present, < ' '  , The new,shaft is to be sunk on the  Victoria claim, and will connect with  an upraise from the 400-foot level.. To  what depth it will go is yet problemati  cal. Besides the installation of the  necessary power for hoisting machinery, a-'mammoth ore crusher, capable,  of handling 1,500 tons each .ten hours,  .will be erected at the head works of  the shaft. The completion of the shaft  will provide three outlets for the ore.  It is understood -generally ^that during the past few months a large sum  of money' was expended in improvements looking to the more economical  handling and treatment of the ore.  The announcement-made shows the  great confidence the directors have in  the future oi the big mines, when on  the completion of the shaft such a tonnage will be sent to the smelter as will  insure, even at'a far less price than  copper now commands, substantial returns in the shape of dividends.  It is also announced that before  snow fiiesi another big furnaie is to be  added to the capacity of^the company's  Grand Forks smelter, making nine in  all..���It may ��.ot_bejgenerally���known,  but it is a fact, nevertheless, that today these redu*tion works stand third  on the list in the actual smelting capacity cf copper ores on the American  continent. It will not be many years  before a more enviable position.-is  reached.  THE PROVIDENCE.  Suit Case Free!  In order to establish customers  throughout the western country  we are giving FBEE with eVery  Suit order a Handsome Suit Case  which, we ship the Suit in.  Suits Made to Order $12 Up  Tour choice oi a variety of colorings and weaves  including all the newest patterns. All trimmings  are the very best. Fit and workmanship guaranteed. Pants made to order $3 up, and other garments at correspondingly low *6rice3. All Clothes  made exactly to your measure, subject to inspection and return it not satisfactory. Self Measuring  Chart and Samples of Cloth free." Address:  A. BREMNER, CARP, ONT.  At the Providence 35 men started  work Monday morning drifting north  and south on the lead at the 400-foot  level.- Drifting and stoping are also  being done in the south tunnel on the  300-foot level.  The new 90-horsepower boiler is  working splendidly. The boiler uses  wood, of which there is an abundant  supply near at hand, for fuel. It ia  intended to put in an air compressor of  a capacity of between seven and ten  drills iu the near future. At x*resent  two steam drills are being used. The  force of miners will be increased, continually so as to have over fifty men  employed by the time the new compressor is installed.���Anaconda News.  HOMESTEADERS' STAMPEDE.  caused land hunters to stay in their  tents while he faced the elements, and  when the storm had cleared off "the  others reached the land only to find a  homestead notice up. Messrs. Martin  & McDougall staked 640 acres of meadow bottoms near Sheep lake, on the  old government trail, from Rossland to  Gladstone. Sheep lake is eight miles  south of Shields' Landing.       **"  As the land has not been surveyed,  the locators fear that they may be  euchred out of their locations, if by  chance they have posted their stakes  on C. P. R. land. Under the government notice of cancellation of the reserve it specifically states that if the  land is subsequently found on survey  to be C. P. R. property then the locators shall acquire the land from, the  railway company, who have agreed to  deal with the locatsrs on the same  terms and conditions as the provincial  government.'  PRESENTATION TO REV. KNOX-  Thursday evening last the congregation of the Methodist church presented RevT J. P. D. Knox, the retiring pastor, on the eve of his departure  for Rossland, with a substantial sum  of money and the following address:  Dear Pastor: The members, adherents and attendants of the Methodist church in Greenwood desire, on  this the eve of your departure for a  new-field of labor, to express their deep  and earnest appreciation of the work  you have done 'in Greenwood and  vicinity during the past four years.  Your labors here were very often  carried on under circumstances that  required a great amount of patience  and self-denial on your part, but you  never complained, and with'exemplary  Christian fortitude you 'labored zealously and -persistently during the  whole term that it has been our privilege to have you as our pastor.  Your devotion to duty, your unfail -  ing kindness, your ever alert and  catholic 'sympathies, and your 'helpfulness on all occasions where you  could be of assistance pertaining not  onl}* to this church, but to the City of  Greenwood and vicinity as well, have  won you 'a place in our hearts and  thoughts which time shall never efface.  While it gives us pleasure to acknowledge our appreciation of your  labors here and of your many sterling  .qualities as a" high-minded, considerate, Christian gentleman, we cannot  help but regret at the same time that  there must now be a severance of the  ties and' of the ..relations that have  been to us so entirely satisfactory..  We trust that your new��field of labor  in the City of Rossland may prove  congenial to you, that you1 may. be  blessed with health and happiness in  the coming years, and that your Master, Whom you serve, may n'chly bless  your efforts in the days to" come, for  the furtherance of His cause and the  upbuilding of His kingdom. i  In conclusion, we beg to express the  hope that we may in future frequently  have the pleasure of a visit.from you,  and we ask you in token of our respect  and affection and as a> slight mark of  our appreciation to accept this small  sum of 'money as a parting remembrance from the congregation you have  "mini3fered"to~soT faithfully ~and "acceptably for the last four years.  Signed on behalf of the congregation .of the Methodist church of Greenwood, Mrs. M. A. Pope, Mrs. I. D.  Skelton, B. F. Petch, A.. H, Clark, J.  R. B*-own, V. Dynes, '  Greenwood, B. C, June 1st, 1905. *   '  Mr, Knox briefly replied, thanking  the congregation for thair kind wishes,  and bespeaking for his successor the  earnest support of tne congregation.  Many 'men are in need of work, but  there are few to be had to work around  the house.  *g4. <%. <%. 4,4, 4 eg. 4. 4. ty ty ty <l 4. ty 4, 4. 4. ty ty ty ty ty ty ty $  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  THE�����  LIMITED.  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting,   Heating and  Ventilating.     Power furnished  for Hoisting  and  air-cornpres-  sing .plants,   with   an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates, le Can Save You Money  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty,  ty  ty  ty  Xtytytytytytytytytytytyty'^tytytytytytytytytytytytyH  /  ���fctttttttt.��,tt#tt*{'#tt#ttft*ft#tttt��ttfttttttttttt*tttt**tt  I  )^ LISTENI a    I  I ^ WE WANT YOUR TRADE M |  The opening of the Columbia and  Western railway reserve lands for settlement on the 23rd May caused a  stampede^ of homesteaders, principally  from Nelson and Boundary ��� points-  Marcus Martin, Frank McDougal" aud  H. F.Libby of Phoenix each secured  homesteads. Mr. I��ibby secured 160  acres at. Shields' Landing. It was a  choice .location and many had their  eyes on it. The fates were with the  Phoenix man, however, as a blinding  snowstorm on the morning of the 23rd  A cheap skate is never critical of the  Ice.  THE LEADING TONSOHIAU PARLOR   .  IM THE CITY  BATHS 25 CENTS  WM. FRAW LEY. * :  Prop.  CAL.L. UP A 86  STIR -ArBAKERY  Where thereis always on hand a good  supply of  - HOME MADE BREAD.  CAKES, BUNS. Etc.  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept.  '    Phone us your order.  . .g^ listen:  $~* WE WANT YOUR TRADE  %   and arey always wide awake   to satisfy your  I   wants--not'like the policemen who sleeps his  shift .through.' '     -  *  *  ���a  For a  Good Dinner  or Short Order i  *��  -^Stttttttttttttttttttt&tttttttttttttttttttttttt&tttttttttttttt*^  ...Try The...  ���WINDSOR CAFE..  HARRY CO'tiTTS. Proprietor^  *>  {.Call  np  Made that resolution to begin' the new  year right by buying your Meats, Fish,  Etc.  at  the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  That's us  ]. P* FLOOD,     Prop.  ~N0wls~fHE TIME TO BUY A  CHEAP L@T  . ���      The C. P. R. Co., are offering theirs'at greatly  - reduced prices.-���-Gall-and-see-their-agent-before-the  best are picked up.  FREDERICK W. M LAINE  Local Agent C. P. R. Lands.  .:.**.x~xk��:<*-K":-^  DEALERS IN  I FURNITURE, * CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ���? COPPER. STREET,  GREENWOOD.  ���>' v  INB50R   f^f��TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   througliout   with  electric lights. ?  We offer  special inducements to  travellers  as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others^  4 E  /? I T��i ii*i W*ii,H1iri'*'CII'**TctTlT1 ����� tiA^m���^ff*rtw-rftvf^K**-. ��� *"MttWiIuVw  THE CITY COUNCIL.  The regular meeting of the city  council was held Monday evening, at  which were present Mayor Naden and  Aldermen Bunting-, Caulfield, Parker  and Smailes. Minutes of previous  meeting' were read and and adopted.  Communications were read and disposed of as follows:  From Alderman J. H. McNeill, stating that* he was now a resident of  Grand Forks and could not attend to  his duties as alderman, so tendered his  resignation. Resignation accepted  and Sth of June named for nomination,  election, if any, on the 8th June.  From Fred Starkey, enclosing following resolution passed- at a mass  meeting held in Nelson April 26th:  " Resolved, That this mass meeting  of citizens of Nelson condems the action of the Kootenay Shingle company,  in introducing Chinese and Japanese  labor into an industry 'hitherto employing white labor only, in violation  of public opinion of the Kootenay.  " It also condemns the action of the  provincial government in permitting  the police force of the province to be  used to assist the Kootenay Shingle  company 'in carrying out the policy  condemned in the foregoing resolution  and calls upon the government to  withdraw the special police force at  present maintained in Salmo.  "It'calls upon the government to use  such means as are in their power to  bring  about  the abandonment of the  policy adopted by the Kootenay Shingle  ompany, and prevent its adoption in  any other instance, and thus  sustain  he avowed policy of this and previous  governments in  persistently  reenact-  i ng legislation having as its sole aim  : he prevention of the employment of  Chinese and Japanese in the industries  of the province in competition  with  white labor.  "It further" directs the attention of  t he government to the disastrous rffect  of the  employment of such labor in  breaking up the homes of a community  established at Salmo,  and depriving  the white laborers of the accumulated  f ruits  of  their  industry; and it is the  o pinion of this meeting that like results* will   follow j the   adoption of a  similar   policy wherever   it is 'introduced, and will'further seriously affect  ' the business of every  part of  the dis-  ttict directly  or indirectly, dependent  on the prosperity of such localities.  " Resolved, That copies of* these  resolutions be forwarded to the mayor  of each city in Kootenay with a view,  to their endorsement. "  Owing to,the time that has elapsed  since the foregoing resolutions were  passed, and the government having  since taken steps to remave the cause  of complaint, it was decided to take no  action on resolutions. >  From Chas. S, Stevens, mayor of  Kamioops, asking the council to join a  proposed municipalities union. The  clerk was instructed to reply, stating  that council favored scheme,but would  give the subject more careful consideration at a future meeting.  Here the usual routine of council  ��� work-was-departed- from.���While, Aldermen Bunting and Parker and the  city engineer, city solicitor and city!  clerk were wrestling with the waterworks extension problem, the mayor,  Aldermen Caulfield and Smailes drifted  inte a discussion on the Russian-Jap  naval engagement. Just when Togo  had been pronounced the equal of Bob  Evans or Charlie Beresford, the city  engineer managed to get one corner  of the waterworks profile within the  range of vision of his, worship, and  pipe, hydrants, pressure and connections held the undivided attention of  the council. Good progress is being  made on the waterworks extension.  Percy F. Godenrath, representing  Weak, a Victoria publication, addressed  the council asking for a small grant  to furnish cuts for a write-up of the  city.    Amount granted, conditionally.  The finance committee reported the  rollowing accounts correct, which were  ordered paid: '  E. W. Bishop. :.,.....$32 90  Cameron & Huff    8 30  B. C. Times    5 50  The city  engineer reported  having  notified the steam laundry in regard to  . waste from laundry. ���  It was decided to instruct the police  to enforce the pound bylaw.  The city clerk was granted ten days  leave of absence.  Bylaw 107���temporary loan���received  three readings.   '  Alderman Caulfield gave notice of  the introduction of a rate bylaw.  There were only four appeals from  the assessment roll, and in each case  the valuation of the assessor was in  confirmed by the court of revision.  Council adjourned.__   Many a girl who is kissed for the  first time is disappointed to find it has  the taste of tobacco.  o  ���m  -m  ���>I5  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,    the continued opening up of new high grade properties and their' successful and profitabl  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, how 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  put on sale at rock bottom 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 > ^ ;      . '.  m-  RALPH   SMAILES,  l&-  SAGENT FOR THE GREENWOOD TOWNSITE COMPANY.  jlHjN|NjNj^  ^yMPi��^  Synopsis of Regulations Governing the Disposal of Dominion Lands within the  Railway Belt in the Province of .  ' British Columbia.  A L?IC13NST5 to cut timber can be  acquired only at public competition.  A rental of $5 per square mile is charged for all timber 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, 50 cents per thousand  feetB.M.  Railway ties, eight and nine feet  long, V/i and \% 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 unsurveyed territory  no timber can be cut on a berth until  the licensee has made a survey thereof.  Permits to cut timber are also granted 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  $1.50 per thousand feet B. M., for  square ��� timber and sawloga of any  wood except oak; from j^ to 1% 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 50 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 annum.  Coal lands may be purchased at S10  per acre��for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  may be acquired by one individual or  company.  Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per  ton of 2,000 pounds is collected on the  gross output.   ������'���.������'���  Entries for land for agricultural purposes maycbe made personally at the  local land office "for the district in  which the land to be taken is situated,  or if the homesteader 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 $10 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:���  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year0 during the term of three  years.  It is the practice of the Department  to require a settler to bring 15 acres  under cultivation, but if he prefers he  -may substitute stock; and 20 head of  attle, to be actually his own property,  with buildings for their accommodation, will be accepted instead of the  cultivation.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the  father is deceased) of vany person who  is eligable to make a homestead entry  under the provisions of the Act, resides upon a farm in theVicinity of  the land entered for by such person as  a homestead, the requirements of the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  patent may 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 maybe satisfied by residence upon 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 Land* at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  "W. \V. CORY,;,  Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior.  Ottawa, February 4th, 1905.  A Safe Cpusfli 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.   Fer sale by all druggists.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To John Nelsou, J. A.1 Munsou and ,H.  Majjunson or to any person or persons to whom  thev mav have transferred their Interest in the  Morniuff Glory and Kainslorm Mineral claims  situate on Cedar Creek, main "Kettle River, In  the Greenwood , Min'iag Division of Yale  District. ,  You are hereby nntiiied that we have expended the sum of $400 for work on the above mentioned claims and S10 for recording the ��ame  for assessment work for two years, such belli?  required and necessary to hold said claims for  the years ending the 6th of June, X903 and 1904,  under the provisions of tbe 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,  yon fail or refuse to contribute your portion of,  such exooiiditure tog-ether with all costs of advertising-, your interest in said mineral claims  shall become invested in ns, your co-owners,  upon filing' iu the proper ofiice in that behalf  the affidavit required by section 4 of the "Min  ernl Act Amending Act, 1900."  ;  Dated 3rd March. 190s.  .       CHARGES E. JOHNSON.  JOHN BERGMAN.      ';   :  A Good Family Liniment,  Every fatnilY 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 nothing so  good. It soothes1 the wound and not  only gives instant relief from pain-  but causes the parts to heal in about t  one-third the time required by the  usual treatment. -As it is an antiseptic all danger from blood-poisoning is  avoided.    Sold by all druggists?  Floor I*ac is the latest thing in-floo  finishes, no varnish required.   For sale  at Russell-Law-CaulfieldXo. pjggjg  AAB  J /  'BOUNDARY CREEK   TIMES.  NOTICE  MIXF.RAL, ACT 1896.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the  electors of the municipality-of .the City  of; Greenwood, that I require the presence of  the said electors at the City Hall on the 5th day  of June, 1905, at 12 o'clock noon, foi'the (uii pose  of electing a person to represent them in the  Municipal Council as Alderman for the South  Ward id the place, ot James II. McNeil resigned.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall  be as follows :  .The candidates shall -be nominated Hi writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two  -voters of the municipality as pioposcr and  seconder, and shall be delivered to the. Rctnrn-  ing oflicer.at any time between the date of this  Notice and 2 p. in. of the. day of thenomination, and in the event of a poll being necessary, Mich poll will be opened ou the StU day of  June, 1905, between tiie hours of 9 a. in. and 7  p. m. at the Cily Hall, of which every person  ir hereby required lo take notice and govern  himself accordingly.  The following are qualified for the office of  Alderman: Any male .Uritish subject-of the  full atfe of twenty-one years, not disqualified  under ;uiy law,'and being for the six months  next preceding the day of nomination, the  registered owner, in the Land' Regisiry Office,  of land or real property in the city of the assessed value, ou the last iuuiiicip.il assessment  roll, of five hundred dollars or more.  Given under my hand at Greeuwood, U. C���  this 1st day of June, 1905,  G. B. TAYLOR,  Returning Officer.  Certificate of improvement.  NOTICJi. ���     *  "San'Juan" ai-.d ''Champion Fractional" Mineral Claim  situate intlie Gir-etiwood   Min-  ng    Di\ision    ��r    Vale    District.     Where  located:    Tu  Providence ciiuip.  TaKP NOTICE that I, Isaac II. llallpix,I'len  MiuerVceitilicatc'No. 1KSS5R-.  foi  mysoli, and  asau-ent for Joseph. Martin, 1'ieij Miner'sC.-ili-  licateNo. US050S, inleiid, si"*ly  days from  the  dale  heieol. to appb   tc tlie Mining Wmlei  foi   Certificates of ImpiovemuiHs. roi the pm-  I),)��e of obtaining- Ciowu   Grants ot the above  claims. ... .. ,  And further take   notice   tliat  action, under  section 37, mtiht be commenced before   the issuance of such Certificateof Jmpioveiucut^  lated this 4tU.day of Maich A. T)., IIj-..  Lis io I- V. HALLETT.  'MINERAL ACT  1896. '  --   Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "KEYSTONE" Mineial Claim, situate iu the  GreiMtwood Mining Division of Vale District.   Whore located: In Smith's camp.  T'AKE NOTICE tliat I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agc>n1 for Samuel J. Jenson, Kiea  Minor's Ceitificate No, HS0152, intend si<*ty  d.iv s from the date ht/ieof, to apply to the M'in-  nig Rounder foi a Certificate of Improvements,  for the pin po��e of obtaining a Crown Giaulof  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under,  -section. .3", must .be commenced''before tha  issuance   of    such     Ceitificate    ol    Iiuprove-  -mciits.  -.Dated this 3rd dny-'of April, A. D., 190s.  -I. H. HALLETT.  -:f>"i'  S52b,  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.,  MINERAL.ACT  Certificate of Improvements.*  ' NOTICE, .  .  No. 9 Mineral Claim, situate In the Greeuwood  < Mining Division of Yale  District.     Wlieie  ' located:    Iu   Deudwond    Cai.-p   adjoining  the Bucl'horu Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson,  acting1 as agent for Pat Mickey, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B SO490, Frank J. Miller, Fiee Miner's Certificate-No. I* 8050'', Wm.  M. Law. Free Miner's Certificate No. B, 8O5-.S,  H. I*. Moigau, Free Minci's Ceitificate No.  B. gO+48, and Duncan Mcintosh, l-'iee  Miner's Certificate No. IJS5097, intend, sixty  days from the date hei oof. to apply to the Mininir Recorder for a CcMlilioatcof tuiprovenfonts  foi the purposeof obtaining- aCtowu Grant of  tlie above claims.  And further take notice-that action, under  section 37,   must  he  commenced   before   'the  issuance of such  Certi ficate .-of Improvements.  *' Dated this 3rd day of March, A. ��.. 1905.   .  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  To I*. T. Ketchum or  to liny person  or persons to whom he may have transfeied his  -iuteieSt in the Loudon mineral claim situate ou Deadwood camp,  in  the  Grteinvood  Mining Division of Yale District.  You aro hereby notified that I have expended the sum oC -51*00 for work on tho above mentioned claims and S2.50 for recording the "aine  for assessment  work for one year, such beltur  required and  necessary to hold said claims for  the  year ending- the <8lh March, 1904 aud 1905,  under the  provisions of   the   Mineral Act and  Amending   Acts   aud   if al the expiration of  ninety days fiom. the date of first publication  of this notice in the .V.outidarv  Cieek Time1-,  you f.ul^or refuse to contribute yout poition of  sircli o*-pandiliiie together with all costs of ad-  voitisiug, you 1 interest in said mineial   claim  shall   become invested 111 me, your co owneiv,  upon filiup in the piopui* ofiice iu  that behalf  the affidavit requited bv section 4 of the "Min  cr.il'Act Amending Act, 1900 " ,    "  Dated lst-J line. 1905 .,  ��� .  GEO. ANDREWS.  MINERAL? ACT.  Ceilliicjte of Improvement.  4 NOTICK.  "E Pliiribus Uiium"1,' ''Lancashire "Fraction"  and "E. P. TI.Fractional"  Mineral  Claims  situate iu Greenwood Mining- Division of  'Yale'District.:'. Where: located:   In' Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, acting as agent for William T.  TTimter, Free Miners' Certificate, No. BS5759,  into-i'l. mm.v davs fiom the dato heieof, to  apply to the Minim; Recorder lor Certificates  of Impiovement** for the purpose of obtaining  Crovv'n''G rail ts'of. I lie..above "claims'.  And fintlii-r take notice that'actions, under  secUen 37, ni.ist be commenced befoie the issu-  aiiccorsuch cei t'ficiles nf improvements,  Dair-d this 2>Uli 'lav of Febiua-.y A. D. l'K)5.  LI5 10 . I. II. HALLETT.  Vr  via ����� >��        -"^"^    your income"?  ";.!*'  '; ,      MINERAL, ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK  "Rc\bert t." Mineral Claim situate In the Greeuwood, Mining Division   of  Yale   District.  Where located:   Iu Canyon Creek camp.  TAKE NOTICE   that I.'Isaac II.  Hallett,  Tree Miner's   Certificate  No.  IJS0M0,   intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder fora Certificate of  Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining' a Crown  'Grant of the above claim.  Ami fuither take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of A pril, A.D. 1901.  11 6 24 _ I. H. HA LLETT.  c*SJ��-fi^fe'T*-$****"i-;a,'-iS      i  Q SEALED TENDERS addressed to the ttn-  >0 dersigncd, and endorsed "Tender for  Post Olliceat Vancouver, B.C.,'' will bercceivcil  al this office until Friday, June 23,190S,Mnclusi-  velv,foi 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  ou the printed form supplied, and sig-ued vvitli  the actual signatm es of the tenderers.  A n accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable lo the oider of "lie Honourable the  Minister of Public Woiks, equal to ten per cent  (10 p. c.) of tho amount of the tender, must accompany eacli tender. Tltischeque will be forfeited if Ihe party tendering- dec ine the contract, or fail to complete the wotk contracted  for. and will he relueued in case of nou-accept-  auce of lender.  The Department does not bind itself lo accept  the lowest or any tender.  ,   ' By order,  FRfJD GELINAS,  Secretary.  Departmeti t of Pitblic Works,  Ottawa. May 16, 1905.  MINERAL, ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.     "*  NOTICE. '  "Hurc ninif** Bird" Mineral  Claim, situate   in  the Greeuwood  Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located: in Skylark camp.  AKE   NOTIC E    that I. Isaac    H.   Hal  ett, acting as  agent for Isaac Skidmore  Free Miner's  Certificate No. B 8050S, intend'  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mininir Recorder for  a Certificate of Improve  meuls for the purpose of obtaininu a Clown  Grant of the above claim.   *  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 2nd day of March, A. D., 1905.  LIS 10 " .      'I/.' H. HALLETT.  It will only uqirre a I.ew minutes of your time everyday to earn $320 a year. You can  earn it'with a Chiilli.im Incubator. A No. 2 Chatham Incubator will hold from: 100 to 120  effus���accordinjr to 5,1/c ol I'fjRs. F.ighty chickens is a low average hatch���users of Chatham  Incuh.ilors v. ul tell you s-.-i. Cliiikenv are always in demand andthc supply i�� always short,  so !ill\ cuit-. is fn .u t rt-.;u pricu urcured, II you only take off eight hatches in a year, that  gives you an incvnie ot $.520.00. Wouldn't that extra amount be useful to you ? 11 Best of  all, you can biiy a  Chatham Incubator without one cent  of cash uatil October, 1905  ��� Tlie machine pays for itself many times over before that time. There couldn't be a fairer  offer than tlits, W.; ship a Chatham' Incubator to you at once, freight prepaid by us, and  yourfiist payment is not due until October, 190,5. Write us to-day for full particulars. The  Chatham Incubators and Brooders have every new improvement worth while in an incubator  _ or brooder.   The incubators  are made with  tvvo  walls,  case within case, 6F dry material that has beenseasoncd  , in our lumber yards.   They  . arc built* solid as a rock and  will  stand  any amount  of  usage'foryears.  Thesooner  you accept our offer thesoon-  er will the Chatham Incubator be earning profits for  ��� you.  THE  MANSON CAMPBELL  CO., Limited  Dbpt.217  Ch/Vthajj, Ont.  Manufacturers of Chatham  Incubators and Brooders,  Campbell Fanning: Mills,  and Chatham Farm Scales  Distributing Warehouses at  & Montreal, Que,, Brandon,  Man,, Calgary, Alta,, Now  Westminatcr, B.C., Halifax.  N.S.  fi  We sell for Cash  or on time a.s  you desire.  25 cents per hundred at this office.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  J NOTICE.  , LITTLE RUTH  Mineral   Claim,   situate   in  -   the Gieenwood Mining- Division of   Tale  District.     Where  located:    lu   Deadwood  Camp, adjoining the Moreen Mineral claim  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Sydney M. Johnson, actiutr as agent for Frank* J. Miller  Free Miner's Certificate, No. I! 80502, Wm. HI.'  Law,Free Miner's Certificate No. IU 8051S nnd  John Lucy Free Miner's Certificate No, 1! Rf>301,  intend,, sixty davs from the date heieof,  to apply to the Mininrr Recorder for .1 certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ot ob-  taiiiiug* a crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be Commenced before the is>su-  anceof "itch Certificate ot Improvements.'  Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D., 1905.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON  SSSIXSESSB^iSiWSIISS  MINERAL ACT .  "'C-'i'fificate of Improvements.  *   NOTICE..,-  "Superior" "Mineral   Claim,   situate   in   the  (greenwood Minin-r Division of Yale District.   Where  located:   Iu   Tiipple  Lake  camp.   , |  TAKE NOTICE 'hat I, John  Gray, Free  Miner's   Certificate No.   1*80551, intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply lo  to the Miiiinjr Recorder for a Certificate  of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaininir a  ' Crown Grant of theabove claim.  And further take notice that action, under  ^ection.37, must be commenced before ihe is-  sitance of such Certificate of^Impr-iu'enients. -  Dated this 17th day of April. A. D. 1905.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Estate of Gus Sclulllnf-,  late of Greenwood In the County of Yale,  Free Miner, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby jriveu thai all creditors  and others hiiv.nir claims .maiust the  estate of the said Gus Schilling- ate inquired,  011 or before the-1st day of Juiie,cl905, to send  by post or deliver the same to mo al the O01111  House, Greenwood, TS: Q.,> till full particulars,  and the full securities, if'any, held by them,  imd further take, notice thai* after such mentioned dale I will proceed to distribute the  assets of the deceased amoiiir the parties entitled thereto, having regard onlyito the claims  of which I shall then have notice.  All parties/indebted to'the said estate arc required to pay the amount of said  indebtedness  to me forthwith.  Dated this 28th day of April, 1905.  GEO, CUNNINGHAM.  Actiujf Cold Commissiouor.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of of Improvements-  NOTICE..  X "Putuani" and "Eureka  Fractional" Mineral  Claims, situate iu the. Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located:  lit South Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II.���Hallett, as  aireut for John Matthews,  Free Minor's  Certificate No, JJ80483, intend, sixty., dnys  from  tlie date hereof, to apply to'the  Mining Re-  o        corder for Certificates of Improvements,  for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants ot the  abovje claims.  '   ' .    ' ���   And further take  notice that action, under  ,. section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificat.-*. of Improvemente.  Dated this 22nd day of April. Wf.5.  " I. H. HALLETT.  *v  MINER AI, ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE-  "American Eagle" Mineral Claim,  situate, in  ;   the Greenwood   Mining Division of   Vale  District.   Where located: In Skvlark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John   ]"\   McLeod,  Free Miner's Certificate No,   HfS/'Si, as agent  for John K. Desrosiers, FreeMiiier'sCerriilcate  No. B8S539, intend, sixty'days from  the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recordei fora  Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of I .he; above claim.  Andfurthar take notice  that  action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  .   Dated this 8tU day of March, A>-D. 1>05.  J.p. McLEOD.  f    fl  ^MnH^ttrAki^  awfti^easaft  uffiMlMBJiMiM ���Msawrw-Hstt-uiis-w^  K A1,  ���ML  BOUNDARY CREEK   TIMES.  We will be pleased to  furnish estimates for  Wall Papers for any  kind of room, large or  small.  L,argest variety of patterns to  select from in the Boundary. It  will pay you to see our stock if  you contemplate doing papering.  Coles & Frith  ^  J  TOWN TOPICS  A. M. Whiteside returned Monday  from a trip to Spokane.  Geo. Burbank lias sold his ranch,  situated near Midway, to Steve .Back  of Spokane.  Mrs. Fred Anderson left Tuesday  for a two months' visit with relatives  at Harrisburg-, Ore. ,  The board of license commissioners  for the City of1 Greenwood will meet  in the city hall Wednesday Ihe 14th  inst. at 10 a. m.  On Friday of last week Chas. Stooke  shot two brown bears on his ranch  near Midway. One shot was all'that  was required for each bear.  . Mrs. Geo. Redpath and Miss Red-  path, of Niagara Falls, Ont., mother  and sister of E. R.- Redpath, C. P. R.  agent here, arrived in the city yester  day. ,  '  Tuesday evening a number of the  young people of Greenwood went to  Midway to attend a dance at the Lancashire. _ An - enjoyable evening was  spent.  W. Hanua and Jas. Johnston have  completed their contract of a 200-foot  tunnel on the Golconda in South Dead-  wood. Another contract of 200 feet  has been let by the owners.  Mrs. C. M. Crouse received a telegram yesterday from Strathroy, Ont.,  informing her of the serious illness  of her mother. Mrs. Crouse and her  brother, E. D. Faank, left by today's  'train for the East.  The advance guard of Jim Hill's  construction gangs passed through  Rock Creek -this week, en route to Oro,  where it is, reported work' has commenced on the Similkameen branch of  the proposed railroad.  In spite of the low water in Kettle  river, Mr. Steves has commenced his  ������drive.'-' -The logs, over-three million  feet of which werecut in the vicinity  of Rock Creek last winter, are now  well on their way to Cascade.   ���  Wednesday last Dr. Henderson, vet-  rinary, assisted by loeal surgeons,  performed an operation on a horse be-  loning _ toN F. Keffer, removing two  large tumors from the throat. The  animal is recovering, and will be all  right in a few days.  Ernest Mills, secretary of Green-  Union, is at present in Salt L,ake City  attending the annual convention of  the Western Federation of Miners.  Reports of convention in Salt L,ake  papers, sent by. Mr. Mills, arrived too  late for notice in this issue.  Geo." Cunningham and Jas. Atwood  returned this week from Kelly creek  on the West B'ork. They were doing  assessment work on the Colby. The  lead on which they have been working  is about two feet in width, carrying  high-grade gold values.  ��� T.ie Right Rev. Bishop Dontenville  of Westminster came in Saturday and  on tSunday morning addressed the  people of Phoenix and in the evening  the people of Greenwood. The bishop  is making a tour of his diocese���a very  large one���about six hundred miles  square. *  City Clerk Taylor has been granted  ten days' leave of absence by the city  council.-* He will leave on the 10th  for Ladysmith to attend the grand  lodge of Odd Fellows as delegate from  Boundary Valley lodge. Mr. Taylor  will visit Victoria, Vancouver and Nanaimo while at the coast.  W. B. Wilcox, the energetic publisher of the Phoenix Pioneer, was in  town Wednesday on his monthly'collecting trip, Mr. Wilcox believes that  after the re-organization of the Montreal & Boston has been completed development will be more energetically  prosecuted than heretofore.  J. W.,Nelson wast taken to the Sisters' hospital Friday and art operation  performed for appendicitis by Drs.  Spankie, Gordon and Foste-r. Owing  to an abscess having formed the patient  was in a very critical condition for a  couple of days, but at present there is  is every indication of a speedy recovery.  F. M. Elkins returned Tuesday from  a two-months' trip, taking in the  Similkameen country, coast cities and  California and Oregon. While in California J?e attended a meeting of agents  of the Equitable Life, held in Monterey, the ancient capital of that state.  Mrs. Elkins is visiting friends in the  Similkameen.  Ben Perkins, owner of the Riverside  mine near Rock Creek, has let a contract to Messrs. Steves and Link to develop the property. There are four  men at work at "present and a large  quantity ,of fine looking ore' is now  ready for shipment- The , lead, of  which the chief values are ruby and  native silver, is increasing in width  and the mine promises to be a big producer in the near fature.  J. J. McManus, of Hamilton, Ont,,  representing the Cary Saft company,  was in town this week and tried to sell  a time-lock contrivance for holding  cash to.The Times office. In a printing office the cash takes care of itself,  but it is the "At sight I promise--"  that require careful nursing. A safe  that would hotd those "sight" combinations off indefinitely would be not  only useful but good sellers in the  print shops of Canada.   -  . On Tuesday last Tda SopTiia Hanson,  daughter of A. Hanson of this city,  _while^pl^a.ying with jother children qr��  the bank of Boundary creek, fell in  and was drowned. The girl was only  six years of age and^the other children  were still younger and were unable to  render any help. When assistance arrived it wan too late to save the life  of the child. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson  have the sympathy of the community  in their bereavement.  Lady Help���Wants position in  Southern Yale district. Capable and  energetic. Good references. Apply  Y. W. C. A., Vancouver.  ���V"  two leaders i  ���      footwe a:  American  Shoes ���  $4.50  TO   $7.50  $4.50   TO   $7:50  Latest Patterns in Straw Hats J5c to $2.50  .Made a hit as soon 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 is1 most particular-in his  dress and cannot but appeal to the most skeptical opponent of ready-to-wears.  xx  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  XX  ���*  . ���;-*���  tf  XX  XX  XX  XX  it  If ' '- SUMMER SHIRT  XX  %X    The well known W. G.- & R. and other brands   to choose from  in plain   aud  ft . ' ..  $��      fancy stripe, etc.      The swellest line of neckware to choose from in the city.  ���>-!���> v' ...  .^������������M"X��:��x��.x*<��:-^  We have a large  |$? Prevents dandruff and baldness;  Us assortment of Hair Brushes, which are the best  >^|f that can be procured any where.    Looven's brushes  sag  'Wk  '#��  W  from 75c to $5.00.  fg Eau Lnstred ....75c  5��|j A Hair Dressing.  || Dr. Lillics Hair-Tonic 50c  Cleanses the Scalp.  **ES  SteS  9&  KM?  >-5x-:  WAS  m  SS**-"  m  1$  ii  II  5fe*3  Hares Hair Restorer  Prevents Baldness  fiv/ff  im  m  m  m  m i     WW  i1 38  SSM  m  Rosemary Shampoo      il  Powder 15c ||'  We Ar^ Special Agents for Newbros Hcrpicidc,  WHITE BROS-  Dispensing Chemists.        ' Opticians.  W-  m  S2K5  m  <A1*-  m  85fS  SPECIAL NOTICES,  First-class Side Saddle  bargain.    D. C. McRae:  for sale at'a  ���Furniture at rock-bottom prices.  J. Clint, Copper street.     ,  H.  For Sale���First-class piano, less  Uinn half price. For particulars apply-  to Wm. Fleming. '   /''  Wanted    Second hand  cook   stoves.  Highest   price'  paid.      All   kinds   of  second hand goods bautrht.   O I C, A.  t,. White & Co. -  ���__, : :���=_  To Rent���Furnished house in a desirable location. Parties renting'can  have use of piano and sewing machine  if desired.    Apply at Ths Mart.'  At Phoenix yesterday a report was  current that the Italian track-surfacing gang on the Phoenix section of the  Great Northern were ordered to pack  their tools and proceed at once to Midway. Speculation is rife as to the  reason, and many believe that Jim Hill  is about to lay steel ,into Midway on  that portion of the completed grade  from Curlew.  Correct  We Carry in Stock a Well Assorted line of  Trusses, Belts, 'Bandages, Etc, Etc.  and guarantee to accurately fit you.  We have a private room for tbe fitting of and measuring for Silk Elastic Goods.  We will supply you any silk elastic article made, and if it does not fit perfectly, it  won't cost you anything.'  Thomas  James Sullivan of Eholt brought  inlo town today a sample of splendid  looking rich quartz, taken from the  Granite Mountain Claim on Eholt  creek.    He is sinking a prospect shaft.  Excavation work has started for the  new Brooklyn hotel at' Phoenix, to be  built by Alderman James Marshall at  a cost of S20.000, It is to be one of the  best frame hotels in the Boundary.  James Breeu and P. A. O'Farrell,  one time press agent for F. Aug.-  Heinze of Butte, visited the -McKinley  mine up the North Fork. On Wednesday George Rumberger and W. T.  Smith held a meeting with'Mr. Breen  at Grand Forks to discuss Dominion  Copper company affairs, as affecting  local shareholders.  Mofrell's Vaudeville and Moving  Picture Company opens a three nights  engagement at the Auditorium tomorrow (Saturday) night,and will play  Monday and Tuesday nights. This  company comes will recommended and  the low price of admission 25 cts for  adults, and 15 cts for children should  give them big houses each night.  The illustrated songs are of the latest,  also a few of the old ones among which  are "The City of Sighs and Tears'"  "When the Harvest Days are Over  Jessie Dear" and many other favorites.  Among the many moving pictures is  shown the awful Doom of St. Pierre  when fifty thousand people were roasted alive. During the evening Mr and  Mrs. Geo. Morrell will appear in comedy sketches, making the entertainment far above the average. A new  and entire change of program each  evening.  LATEST STYLES  BEST VALUES  LARGEST VARIETY  Let us give 3'ou an estimate and show you how  cheaply your old rooms  can be made new, fresh  and clean. Or enough  paper for a room for  Si. 00 and put it on your  self.  25 per cent oil on all last Years  Stock.  1mm  Boys who blow in their earnings  will by and by lament the lack of opportunity.  '   .   r.V'1  ���;,v^*  ��������-?*fW u  ���K   .   ,

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