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 A I  -- j.d  on  i>  k:  Cr  'ft  ''iiii-.f*."-'"'"  V  Vol. 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 28 l%5.  No. ��^  New Lines,  Just Arrived,  From 75 cents  upl&ards.  White Underskirts  Something New  and Stylish.  Call and see them.  Curtains  (A Full Range of  Lace Curtains.  Curtain Muslin  Flannels  Remino-The Tueen  of  Flannels,    ypill  not shrink.     Guaranteed all wool  Also Atlas flannels  W*W*��^4^^^<><mW��>.>.K^ *��M>^^*4M6HB*H��<W^��:��<��Xi<��>*>>'����>��>��X��*3'  1 Tne Russell-Law-CauUMd Co. I  LIMITED. |  o   ���>  '4  f  ��>  ?  i  If you are looking for an AMERICAN SHOE we  have a swell line in Patent Colt, $6 and $6.50;  Genuine Kangaroo, $6 ; Vici Kid, $4.50 and $5 ;  Velour Calf, $4.50 ; Box Calf. $5.50  %      We<also carry  a  full  range  of  Slater's Invictus  ��  shoes.  %      Our spring samples from the Crown Tailoring Co.   .  ~j[  arevery-complete- and���at IDasterir Prices,froiii-$12 -?  |  to $28:00. ?  \   a . . .-:. ���        a ���?  ^wmmmwmmm?wmw��Nm  ������r   New Canadian Prints, for    8 cts yd.  3;  S~   Men's Smelter Shoes for   SET Regular Price $2.00  Of THE CRESCENT  Large Force of Men Now  Employed.  WILL SOON BE A SHIPPER  Will Ship to Smelter Over the Great  Northern Railway.  ���� New Wash Dress Goods For Spring. =5  p New Shirt Waists For Spring. ||  H New Muslin Underwear For Spring. ||  ��i See Our Big Stock Before  Buying the above ||  Ie                          goods. 3  I   RENDELL & CO.   1  ^liutiuuiauiuumuutuiuuuuuiuiuiuiuiiUiUiuuuuiu^  A staff member spent Easter Monday-afternoon- in the���hiils visiting  among other claims the Crescent, on  which Harry Shallenberg has a large  gang of men employed both mining  and developing. .The Crescent is in  Skylark camp, not far from the Great  Northern Phoenix branch. It adjoins  the Dom Pedro and Mountain View.  On the formsr a new whim has been  installed and on Tuesday morning  last the water -was taken out of the  shaft preparatory to tne starting of an  active development campaign, The  ore is a high-grade galena. The shaft  is down 65 feet and will be continued.  The Mountain View, adjoining tl.e  Crescent to the southeast, is a crown-  granted claim. The claim has a good  situation arid Toronto parties who wish  to bond it have issued instructions for  it to be thoroughly prospected. This  will be done and, if satisfactory, the  deal closed.  Mr. Shallenberg stated that he had  decided to snip over the Great North,  em, which is about 2,200 yards away-  and that it was possible to build a road  thereto on a 10 per cent grade. He  considers that it would be much more  economical to haul the ore to the railway there than down to Greenwood. A  steam plant and compressor wilL shortly  be installed.  Thelead on theCrescent lies between  clearly defined walls, the workings  being ou the hanging wall, and ihe  ore can be pried off the foot without  the aid of powder. A lot of good ore  is on the dump ready for shipment as  soon as the roads have been made.  JEWEL ICO'Y BONDS  Denero   Grande  In   Long  Lake Camp.  ONE OF. THE RICH ONES  The Jewel Company Have One Year  to.Prospect Claim.  P. Joiner, manager for the Russell-  Law Caulfield company, returned  from a business trip to Spokane Mon  day. Mr. Joiner is the only person  lately arriving from Spokane who had  not an opinion to offer on railway  matters, and probably his findings on  that subject are' as nearly correct as  any that have recently been placed on  the market.  A mining deal of more than ordinary importance has been completed  during the week just past, by which a  halfiVinterest in the Denero Grand���  Anglice, big money���has been bonded  to the Jewel* company, a Scotch company, with head office in London, Eng.  The half interest. bonded was owned  equally by C. J. McArthur and his  mother, Mrs. Mary McArthur. The  latter quarter interest was held by  Mrs. McArthur by virtue of the distribution pf the official administrator of  estate the late John McArthur, her  son, who died intestate.  The Jewel company, who are the  owners of.the other half interest, have  agreed to pay the McArthurs the sum  of .��250 for a year's option on their  half interest; at -the end of the year, if  then satisfied, they will pay the fur-  thursumof ^3,000 and complete the  purchase.  The money is in the hands of Mayor  C. R. Hamilton of Rossland and as  soon as the title is'proved correct the  money will be paid.  There is very little doubt that the  company will fail to complete the purchase in a year from now. They own  a half interest already and knowing  the value of the property as they well  do. it is merely a matter of ,deduction  to arrive at the conclusion that they  will buy when the time, conies.     '       "~  The Denero" Grande was staked in  1895 by the McArtur Bros and another  who sold his half interest years ago to  the Jewel company. The Jewel was  staked four months previously, but the  discovery oh the,'Jewel is hot on the  vein^tvhich has been worked but on an  outcrop some distance to the east. The  Denero Grande is on the vein which  has beeri'fbO extensively developed by  the Jewel company, and therefore Mr.  McArthur very justly claims to be the  real discoverer of the Jewel mine.. The  outcrop of this vein can be traced on  the surface for over a mile with an  average wid-"h of 30 inches. The Jewel  shaft is down 320 feet and Mr. McArthur told a Times reporter that if  there was a true .fissure vein in the  Boundary country the Jewel and Denero Grande has it sure. Thousands  of tons of splendid ore have been  shippedfrom .the; Jewelg��dthis option  evidently means that active work will  be commenced on the the- Denero  Grande also.  The Denero Grande and Jewel are  in Long Lake camp, about nine miles  north of Greenwood.  The deal just outlined is but another evidence of the hope freely held  and expressed that Greenwood is entering on a very prosperous era. Everything points that way, claim owners  are willing to sell and are selling at  reasonable prices and on most reasonable terms, and many properties are  getting into the hands of people with  sufficient capital to actively develop  them.  A sign of the times, and a very sig-  tiiiicant one, is the fact that Toronto  peopie, who were so unmercifully  fleeced by the '96 and '97 wildcat company schemes, have at last awakened  to the fact that such doings are not  being tolerated any longer. Ou Saturday evening lust a Toronto gentle  man took tlie trouble of going into the  matter of .the probable permanence of  the mine* here and the shipments to  date for 1905. etc., and was simply  amazed. He was so much impressed,  however, that he assured a friend Before leaving that he would immediately  on his arrival home write out and if  anything was offering, would invent  here. The same gentleman further  promised to induce the Eastern dailies  to accept correspondence from Greenwood, and thus keep their readers  posted as to the great mining industry,  of which Greenwood is no inconsiderable part.  Dr. S. S. Tolmie, Dominion government veterinary inspector, paid Grcen-  j wo��d a visit on Tuesday irorning on  his regular visit of inspection. The  doctor recently took the place of the  Nelson resident veterinary. Dr. Had-  wen, while the latter went to his home  on Vancouver Island on a month's visit  VAST MINERAL BELT  Lying Between West Fork  and Main River.  VERY   HIGH GRADE ORE  A Large Territory as Yet Unexplored  By Prospectors.  Very little has been written about  the camps of the West Fork district  with the exception of Carmi and Wallace, or Sally, mountain. There is a  vast'.mineral' belt lying between the  West Fork and the main river, in  which hundreds of claims have been  located and a large amount of work  done on them. "This may also be said  of the territory east of the main river  and west of the West Fork, along both  of which there is*; W large territory as  yet untouched bv the prospector's pick.  Twenty niiles from the terminus of  the railway is the junction of the West  Fork aud Main Kettle rivers, the former flowing in a southerly and the latter in a westerly direction. Twenty-  five miles north of the junction of the  two streams is beaverdell where the  Beaver enters the West Fork. Fol-  ollowing the creek in an easterly direction on the south is Wallace moun  tain, perhaps the highest-grade silver  camp in British Columbia. Following the trail along the creek about a  mile above Beaverdell a mineral belt  of high grade ore.'; is encountered  which continues for a distance of four  or five miles, where the trail branches,  one to the right, going to theRoariu'  Gimlet camp, so named by Andy  Hamilton and Tom Corkill, who own  a group of claims one. of which bears  the euphonious title of "Roarin' Gimlet;" The trail to the left leads past  the Knob hill,om which are a number of  high and low grade properties, and on  to what is. locally known as the ''big  showing." This is an immense imn  capping of; low-giade ore, between 70  and 100 feet in width, and running  from $5 to $8 in gold, two miles fur-  trier up the creek is Mosher's camp,  wherea number of locations have been  made on larye.bodies of ore. Mosher's  camp is about twelve miles from  Beaverdell. Three miles from Mosher's  camp ami across 'he creek a number  of locations have been made on quartz  carrying galena. From there on to  the source of the Beaver very little  careful prospecting has been done.  One fork of the Beaver rises, in Tripple Lake camp near the -source of Deer"  creek, a tributary  of  the   Main   river.  In  Tripple  Lake  camp  a  number of  jocat ions, we re made ao me  years  ago,  the uest known of which is the Silver  Dollar. About twenty of these claims  have been surveyed  On Canyon, Cedar, Ottelette, Mulligan and Williams creek, all entering  the Main river from the north, locations have been made, showing that  there ts a continuous mineral belt between Beaver creek and the Main river  Above Carmi, and entering the Wot  Fork from the east, is China creek, on  which a large amount of work ha.-, been  done on a number of high-grade  properties Coming down to Carmi  there are a group of claims located by  James C. Dale in 1897, two of which--  the Carmi and Butcher Boy���have  shipped ore ai a profit, although handicapped by a haulage of .-0 miles to the  railway.  On the west >ide of the river, between Carnii and Cranberry creeks  nearly the whole surface of Goat  mountain has been staked, and tne  greater number very high grade. On  Kelly creek lower d^wn the river locations of ore carrying very high guid  values have been made. Un Boomerang cresk, also, .i uimi'ieruf locations  have been made and considerable work  done.  It was not the purpose of Uii* article  to go into deiaii in reference to the  high-grade Lamps of the West F��.rk  and Main river country, but to endeavor to convey r-ome idea of the v.tst  mineral belt lying between these iwo  rivers, a large portion of which is yet  unexplored. Full details of the West  Fork camps will be given in the  special nditiou of The Baunaary Creek  Times, to be issued at an early date.  Sewing   machines   tor  sale  or rent,  li. J. Clint, (.'upper st  E0gs for Hatching.  Si ogle and Kos.; comb \Vhite Leghorn. Also White Wyandotte. Apply  box 282, city. BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.   H.   HALLET  Barkisthk, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Cahle Address :      hallett."  Codes   -;  ) Bedford M'Neilt's  "i Moreiiif.*- & Neal's  ( Leiber's.  Grbej/ivood,   a.   C.  J. P. MOLEOD  Barkistek and Solicitor,  Oi-i-tei:s in .   LJ. O. Box 31.  RENDICLLIU.OCK Phonb SI  Over Dank of Montreal       GREENWOOD B.C  ft. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Alnlng and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:   Church St. 'Phone 1515.  GREENWOOD, IJ. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  DOMINtON      ANFi       PROVINCIAL  Land Surveyor.  Office -with Gaunce & Wiclcwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    .-      ;       ;       ;    B.   G.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD,B. PARKINSON,  A. M- Can. Toe C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys  on   Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly, attended to  at. regular  prices.  Address:    FAIRVIEW   P.   O., B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined , and  reported   on.   Will  take cliarye of development work.  Correspondence solicited. '  GREENWOOD,  B.   C.  3bc  Boundary Creek Times  "Issued every fridav  Duncan Ross ........... Managing Editoh  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak .....*     -*;..*.  7, 00  Six Months       ......  To Foreign Countries-... ......  .. 1 25  ..' 2 50  <UNION(^)LABEL>  FRIDAY   APRII. 28, 1905S  The boom lias started at Hedley City, a chartered bank having-  been opened in that city last week.  ���Erom^now,j)ii._ the l5-c_ent__doll_ar  and the "trouble" man will have  undisputed possession of the  Similkameen district.  The. Fernie Ledge, edited and  financed by Colonel R. T. Lowery,  for some months past has been  scoring- the big companies of the  Coal City. Iu last week's issue  of that estimable journal appears  the advertisement of the larg-est  of these concerns���the Trites-  Wood Co. Thus is mouopol}'  brought low.  The attention of the city health  officers is called to the state of  the flat in the rear of the steam  laundry. While everyone wishes  to see the laundry a success, it is  necessary that the health of the  people^ should be cared for. The  place is too near the public school  building for a cesspool of filth to  be allowed to accumulate.  As a rule when men take to  shooting each other, the affair  either takes place in a booze  foundry or can be traced to the  products of such an institution,  but the other da}- at Homestead,  Texas, three men were killed  at a prohibitionist meeting. The  world awaits with impatience the  name   of   the   prohibitory   fluid  used at that meeting.  Yukon is W. W. B. Mclnnes, the  most brilliant member of the provincial legislature; His many  admirers in the proviuce hope  that the new governor will put a  stop to the outrageous practices  that have been the rule in the'  government of the Yukon. He is  the first Western man to receive  the appointment, and Westerners  believe that he will be more than  a mere improvement upon his  "carpet-bagger" predecessor.  In this season of the year when  Easter Bonnets and Bock Beer  are the all important topics, it is  not surprising that the usual  routine of business should. be  more or less neglected. This is  the only excuse that can be offered by the Times' staff for the  numerous typographical errors  grave and gay which crept into  the last issue of this paper. The  general city rate was lowered 8  mills on the dollar instead of 4;  the site for the waterworks dam  was made a', "damn site," and  Queen's University was accused  of being- the alma "nia-ster" of  Dr. Russell.  The people of British Columbia have been accused by the  Eastern aud Euglish press of not  thinking.imperially, because their  legislature has seen fit to. pass  anti-Japanese laws. If the other  people of the empire, who are not  affected, wish to .sacrifice British  Columbia and make ^t a Mongolian country, is it hot about time  *. ���   *��� ��� >.'���*,  for B. C. to do something to protect herself uot only against the  Mongolians, but also against the  balance of the Empire. No .doutit  B. C is prepared to make as many  sacrifices as Ontario,* Quebec,  England or any other part of the  empire, but refuses to cut her  own. throat, just as they would if  asked to do so.-^Blairmore Times.  It-is pleasing to note that the  difficultv between the converter  men and the management of the  Greenwood j smelter l last week,  was settled in-a few hours, by  concessions on both sides. This  has been the policy of the mine  owners and union men in the  Boundary since development commenced, and while strikes were  common in other parts of the  province, this district escaped.  There have been difficulties and  serious ones, but a few hours talk  between sensible mine owners and  sensible union officers never  failed^-tor^settle���themr--=i'f--���not-  wholly satisfactory to both parties, at least more satisfactory  than a close-down for months..  Apart of the. Eastern press  has been severe in its criticism pf  Frank Oliver, the recently appointed minister of the interior.  It is doubtful if a single editor in  the East could understand a man  like. Frank Oliver. He is a  Westerner first, last and all the  time. He would be elected as a  Tor}' just the same as a Grit; it  would not make 100 votes difference uif all the parsons in his  constituency were either for or  against him. The people have  been voting for the man, Frank  Oliver, irrespective of party or  creed, and the man will be found  at all times working for the  West and in the interests of it&.  people, if he has to ."throw"  both church and party. Frank  Oliver is not a party heeler, but  a man, and that is the reason the  people support him.  The   new    governor    of  the  Tiikkk is going- to be lively  times iu the Boundan- and west  of it during the coming summer.  There is no doubt of a railroad  from Midway west, possibly two,  for it is believed that construction  will shortly be commenced on the  Midway and Vernon, as well as  the  Great  Northern.    The con  struction of these two roads will  bring a large amount of money  into the Boundary, the West  Fork, aud the country from  Midway west to the Similkameen. Already considerable  freight is'being hauled by teams  from the. Great Northern depot  at Phoenix to Greeuwood and to  the'west. Hotels are doing a  better business than thev h?ve  for years. Everything points to,  if uot a boom, increased prosperity tin the Bound ary.  ^tffflfflTO^���  In mentioning the prospective  railroad builcliug through, the  north part of this county, says  the Palmer Mountain Prospector,  this paper has not set down the  route to be 'followed' by the railroad, graders, simply .because that"  is something known only to the  engineer in charge, and has not  as yet fully established the line  to be followed. It is truesur-*  veys have been made aud are;  being- made, but until the line is  cross-sectioned the true route will  not be decided upon. Cross-  sectioning has commenced between Midway and Oroville, but  from Oroville westward preliminary surveyiug is still under  way. There is uo doubt now  but that the road will be constructed this summer, and that  is good, enough news for the  pecple of this upper country, no  matter what route is followed.  THE G, N. EXTENSION.  That the Great Northern Railway  company intend connecting- their Oro-  ville-Sirnilkameen branch Vith the existing- British Columbia system is now-  practical ly. assured.- A prominent  capitalist who is in close touch with  the railway officials informed a Tinier  representative tliat the connection was  io ' be made from Midwiiy, ��>nd the  present grading- from' Midway to Curlew" would be'the connecting- link. The  same gentleman said that the line  would not st.p at Hedley, but would  be continued to Princeton. If further  proof;. of the correctness of the foregoing- is needed, it can .be deduced  from the fact that at both Princeton  and Midway Great Northern contractors have rented disused hotels .for  boarding- places for their employees.  Asked as to the probability of a  Great Northern branch from Midway  to Greenwood, the same authority was  scarcely so explicit, but the reply,  thoug-h vag-ue, certainly led to the .con-:  .elusion that such a line had been decided upon, but that the railway company, for good reasons of their own,  preferred 'to give nothing- out for publication.  B. B.Mighton, of Nelson, secret-aiy  of the Northwest Coal company, was  in the city this week visiting- L. B.  Hodge. Mr. Might[on lately p'tit  through a deal for the disposal of the  companyis^coaLm.eas'ures^io^^aiu^ng'i  lisli' syndicate for a large amount. Mr/.  Mighton was about the only one of  his compaiiy 'who', had faith.in the  property, and-when the deal was made  was a little'more .thati '-all., up,".be:  sides daily toeing-, iri. danger 'of being  mobbed by,those associated with him  in the promotion.  : ��� Frank Mosher, who. has been in  charge of the .-Motliec* I^ode- boarding  house fort-he past--.two* y pars, has resigned his. position,' to take; effect the  end-of��� this month. He and partner-  will ��� spend the nummer prospecting-;  first going up Beaver creek, a tribu-  tary-.of.the "West;.Fork to its source.  From Beaver creek they will prospect  eastand.North along- the country between that creek and the North Fork  of the Kettle. They may also go over  to the Similkauieen during the summer  and perhaps north.  About Rheumatism.  Thereiare few diseases that"inflict  more torture than .rheumatism and  there-is probably no disease for which  such a.varied and useless lot of remedies have heeu . snggested. To say  that, i*- can be cuied is, therefore, a  bold, statement to make, but Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which enjoys an  extensive- sale, has met with gret success in the treatment of this disease.  One application of Pain Balm will relieve the pain,..and . hundreds of sufferers have testified- to permanent  cures by its use; Why suffer when  Pain Balm affords such quick relief  and costs but a1' Cri'tte ? For sale by-  all druggists.  DR MATHISON '. DENTIST  Opposite Post Office  GREENYGOD '"-  -  B C  Cr*  (r*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Or*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ����  Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000.  Rest.  $io;ooo,ooo.  PresUeut.   Lord Stkathcona and Mount Royal,  ,  .,..',    Vice-President:    Hon. George A. Drummond.  General.Manager :    E. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ c^���prisLj New York, Chicago.  Buy atid sell Sterling Exchauge and Cable Transfers ; Graut'Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in aiiy partjof Uie world.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  x=5  *=*9  Hi  wmmMMMmmmmMMMmMmmmm  ���*  ?Stocks  t The Phoenix Fire Assurance Co. of London, Sjog.  [ Liverpool and London and ]  1 Globe Insurance Company.,  [The British   America  Assurance Co.,  of Toronto.  'The Caandian Birkbeck!  iln-vestment and Savings]  ��� Co.  ����� �����  ;^4,^'44��44'4H��-*4i**-4'4-4,4p4,-^-4��^4��4,4,i��*5'  * GEORGE   R.  NADEN  Estate  MANAGER  ���Jj* tft�� t&> ��& *%�� <X. JtU ��&�� Jkt ���& ��& <X* *%�� kS�� A at* **�� t����  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  13. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ��� ' ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:     ���  $5 and under     3 cents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "    $10       " " $30......  10 cents   -  " .$30        " " $50    15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any ofiice. in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted)4. and at the principal banking points in the United Status.  NKGOTIABLU AT A  PIXKW  RATH  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.  INB50R   ��4��TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout''.'with; electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar  excells  all others.  BOUNDARV VALLEY -LODGE  No. 38.1.0. O. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Eveninp at 8 00 iu the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended tp all sojourning* .bretliern.  W.-Elson   -'-A A'-' :Frkd E'.'Houies.  N, G. Rec-Sec.  S.BARRY YUILL  IG TABLES  We carry a very large selection of round and square  extension   Tables   in Fir,  Elm and Oak. plain   Q*dC   nf\  and quartered from   CpQ   UD��  Square  Dininp   Tables  in  Fir, extending'to       &/L    f\(\  six feet,  price ^)U��\/V  Elm Dining Tables  from        PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       ANP  JEWEI/LEK.  All work jf-unraTiteed" .flREENWOOD  $8.50  $12.00  $U.����  Everything For The Home  Oak Dining Tables  from   Round Tables  extension tops     j02B3EE3MmB<  h  V|CTOReA,8.C XV  BOUNDARY GREEK   TIMES.  ft  ...  ?  ?  t  V  X-  Auspices Greenwood Citizen's Band  ' ...atthe Auditorium...  I  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ���:��  ?  Y  Y  Y  Y  1*  Fred Jewell  Franz Ma hi  ���>    5.    Vocal Solo.  Y  Y  Y  ?  ?  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  f-  ���t  Y  Y  V  Y  t  Y  t  Y  t  Y  Y  ?  f  ��  f  I  ?���'  ��� PROGRAMME  PART 1.  1. (a) March, In the Lead...   (b) Waltzes,.; Composia   Greenwood Citizen's Band.  2. Brass      ( (a) Cornet duett. Thou art so near an    yet so far,  Quintet ( (b) Alto Solo, Then you'll remember me  G. E. Boos  Bandsmen Sanders, Horton, Richardson, MacBain, Hallett.  3. Vocal Solo  The Bandolero Leslie Stuart  Mr. A. M. Whiteside.   .. Anona :   Greenwood Citizen's Band.  ............The ShoogyShoo   Mrs. Sidney Oliver  ........Marche Caracteristiqtie   !  i  Egrsrs for Hatching.  Single and Rose comb White Leg  horn. Also White Wyandotte. Apply  box 282, city.  4.    Intermezzo.  Vivian Grey  .... Grace Mayhew  7.  8.  Piano Duett....:..  Mrs. McCutcheon and Mrs. S. Ouv��r  Vocal Solo.... The Better Laud (Violin obligato)  Mr. Arthur Wheeler.  Brass Quartet (a) Parisiana   (b) Jollity...   Bandsmen Horton. Richardson, MacBain  (a) Serenade... ..Angelic Choir..   Schubert op. 121  ..W. H. Jude   a   Donizetti  ...G. D.  Barnard  Hallett.  (b) March.:..      ..Noisy Bill... '.   Greenwood Citizen's Band.  .....;.....f.  ....... F.  A. Myers  H. Lozey  INTERMISSION.  ''"'.,,.. . PAKT  2.  (a) March..........      ...... ... Olevine... ....;...... ..H.  A.  (b) Waltzes    ..Spanish Silhouettes C.  Greenwood Citizen's Band.   ...The Shade of the Palm'.  Miss Fisher.  .... ..Silver Stream Pollen.   Mr. Findley.  Melodies from Bohemian Girl ....... :.:........;....  Greenwood Citizen's Band.  Vocal Duett .': .....Life*s Dream is O'er.........  Mhs. Ai,uson and Mr. Pemberton  Brass Quintet........................ Original.........;....  ���1.  2.    Vocal Solo  3.    Cornet Solo...  Vaudercook  E. Poinerv  ..*. Leslie Stuart  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Globe" Mineral Claim.";, situated in tlie Greenwood Minintr Division of Yule District.  Where localed:    rn Deadwood cani]>.  TAKK NOTICE that 1, C. /E. Sltaw. airenj  for William Law. Free Miner's Oertifi-  cale No H8051S, atid J oil n Ori'iiy. Free  Miner's Cerliiicate No. BS055I-, intend sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Minhiiar Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements, for the purpose of oblainiitga Crown  Grain of the above claim.  And further lake notice that action, under  section 37,  niusl be cotuuie.ncc-tl before * lite issuance of such Certificateof I itiprovetneuts.  Daled this2'Hh dav of Deeeiubor A D. 1004.  '��� C. Ai. SHAW, P.L.S.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "La Tour" mineral claim, situate in Ihe Greeuwood Minintr.- Division of Yale District.  Whore located:   In Copper Creelc camp.  TAKE NOTICE that; I, Isaac II. Hal'-eii as  ajreut for Kenneth C. 1!. Frith, I?ir��e Miner's  Certi ficate No. !',5=339, and Charles Eltiusr Merrill, Free Miner's Certificate No. I1S0141. intend,  sixty davs from tho. date hereof, to apply to 1 lie  Miniii|>- Recorder fora Certificnte of liiun'ove-  lneuts. for the purpose of obtainiu<r it Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further talce nolice that action,  under  section 37,  must be commenced  before the is  suance of such t.-erlificateof TrniiroviMiiPnts.  Dated this 18th day of April. A. D. 11M.<  LI510 I. K. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Log-aii" Mineral Claim, situate iu the Green,  wood Minintr Division of Yale District  Where located: Ou Wallace. Mountain  ndjoiiiiiitr the Duncan mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICK that l, Sydney M. Johnson  IT roe Miner's Certilicate -Vo.. R80515, and  as atre.nl for P.M Elkins. Free Miners Certificate No. 1.180536, aud 'Thomas Murray, Free  Miners CertilicateNo. 15555'}'), intend, sixty days  from thedate hereof.to apply to tlie Minintr Recorder for a certificateof improvements, for  the prrpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  Anil further take notice  that  action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ofsiudi certificate of improvements.  Dated this 20th dav of March. A.D. 1W5.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON  NOTICE is herebv triveu that The Vancouver, Victoria aud Eastern Railwav aud  Navigation Company, will apply to the Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof,  for an Act declarintr that the said company is  and been since its railway was by 61 Vict .Via,  chapter 89, declared to be a work for the general  advantage of Canada, a company under the  letrislative jurisdiction of the Parliament of  Canada aniautborizinsr the compauv to construct aud operate in extension of the tinder-  laldn<r already authorized a 1 ail way from Olivers on the line ol the Victoria Terminal  Raihvav and Ferry Company to 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 railwaysoperatine in the State of AVash-  liit ton and with llic Vancouver. Westminster  and Yukon Railway Company, The Victoria  Terminal ard Ferty Company and The New  Westminster .Southern Raihvav Company or  auy of them, and extending the time limited bv  tlie Acts respecting the company for tliecont-  mencement and completion of its undertaking,  aud for other purposes.  Dated at Ottawa IhisSlst day of March, 1905.  McGIVERIN '& HAYDON,  Solicitors for the applicants.  sMii  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west aud south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Pork-sand Republic.  Leave  9:50 a. m. Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  Grand Forks  Phoenix  Republic  Arrive  6:20 p. ra.  4:55 p. rru  6:30 p. m.  3:33 p. m  5:20 p, m.  8:30 p. m.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and Nelson.  Effective March Sth, 1905  Iii Connection With  m.  10:55 a. ni.  9:20 a. in.  11:20 a.in.  9:50 a. in.  S:00 a. in.  ...T. H. Rollinson   ���>'  .arr. by Dalbv   ���>  . Ascher  ,-*-.  arr.' by Q. E. Boss *  Bandsmen, Sanders, Horton, RiciiARDaON, MacBain, Hai.t.HTT.  ...G. D. -Barnard  HallKI'T.  .....-.-. W.- H. Squire  7.    Brass Quartet ...Absurdity......   Bandsmen, Horton, Richardson, MacBain,  MINERAL ACT .1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "San Juan" aud "Champion Fractional" Mineral Claini  situate  in the Greenwood   Min-  ng    Division    of    Yale    District.    Where  localed: -In  Providence cRiup.  TAKE NOTICE that T. Isaac H. Hallotf.F'ree  Miner's Certificate No. I!SS58t.   for myself, and  as agent for Joseph Martin. Free Miner's Certificate No. BS05G8. intend, sixty days from  the  date  hereof,  to aoplv  tc  the jVTini 11 ir Recorder  for  Certificates of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown   >'��� ranis of the above  claims.  A ud .further take   notice   tliat   action, under  section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate nf-Improvements.  Dated this 4th day of March A. !>.. 1905.  US 10 I. H. HALLETT.  8. Vocal Solo    .  9. a) Caprice ........  ;: (bj March..;.;:.....;      Three for Jack...............  Mr. L. Brucic Hodgr.'    Love. and. Kisses v.;.*... ....   /.:Weclcli ng Feast............  Grkbnw.oot). Citizen's Band  ........C.K, Harris  ...:;.J. S. Taylor  V  t-  Y  %  I  rJpT:  ^  GOD   SAVE  ADMISSION 75 CENTS.  ,;��:��x��x*i-<*<**xmXmX^  Map of the Similkameen at Smith' &  McRae'2;  Wanted���Furniture and cook stoves.  H. J. Clint, Coppar street.  First-class Side Saddle  for sale at a  bargain.    D. C. McRae.  The Very Best Remedy for   Bowel  ���*,. Troubles���No Family Can Afford  To Be Without It.  "I   regard    Chamberlain's    Cholic.  ^Gholera-'aiid-Diahrrhcfia'RemcdA'-as one  of the very best remedies for bowel  troubles," says Mr. J. W, Hanlon,  editor of the Despatch, Ocilla, Georgia.  "I make this statement after having-  used the  medicine  in   my family  for  '�� several years.   I am never without it."  No family can   afford  to  be without a*  bottle of this remedy in the liouse.    It  is  certain   to    be  needed    sooner   o  ater.    For sale by AU Druggists.  NOTICE.  I have had stray animal on my  place since middle of October last, viz.  a red heifer coming three year old, no  visible brand or mark of any description. If not claimed within three  week from date of this insertion will  be sold to pay expenses.  Dated this 3rd day of March, 1905.  THOS.   WISTED, Kock  Creek  Chamberlain's   Colic,    Cholera   and  Diarrhoea   Remedy.  The great success of this preparation  in the relief and cure of bowel complaints has brought it into almost universal use. It never fails, and when  reduced with water and sweetened is  pleasant to take. It is equally valuable  for children and adults. For sale by  all druggists.  COLUMBIA COLLEGE.  Founded 1892 Incoporated 1S93  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.   C.  Provides a,Christian home for .students of both sexes at Modern rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior  students,- doing grade public school  work. Does high school work, confers  all high schoolprivileges, and prepares  for teachers' examinations. ��� Teaches  all branches of a practical business  course and gives diplomas. Gives a  liber al*-=education��=iri=^its"^"colleg*iaW  course and in the ladies' college course  for RI.E.L. and M.L.A. in university  work. Can take students through the  complete arts course and the degree of  B.A. can be obtained from Toronto  University with which the college is in  full affiliation.  For full information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A;, B.D., principal; or Rev. J. P. Bowell, bursar.  MINERAL ACT,'  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE,  LITTLE RUTH  Mineral   Claim,   situale   in  the C��ree,.wood Mininir  Division of   Vale  District.     Where,   localed:     .In    Deadwood  Camp, adjoininjr the Moreen Mineral claim  TAKE NOTTCID tliat 1. Sydney M. Johnson, act liter as aireut f*>r FVanlf J. Miller  Pree Miner's Certificate. No.'.U'81)502. Wm'. M.  Law, Free Miner's Certilicate No. IS S051S and  John Lucy Free Miner's Certificate No. T. R6301,  intend, sixty davs from tlie date liereof,  to apply to the Miiiiu<r-Recorder -for a certificateof Improvements, for the purpose of ob-  laiiiiiifr a crown crant of theabove claim,.  A.nd  further tak'e  notice that action, under  sectiou 37. must be romtueiicecl before the issuance of pitch Certificate of Im-pro'voiueuis.  Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D., 1905.  SYDSET M. JOHN'SON  Corporation of Tlie City of Greenwood  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  NOTICE is hereby jfiveu that the assersment  roll for 1005, has been returned, and can be inspected by any .-person havin<r an interest  therein un'il the sittiiifr of the Court of  Revision. The first sittiuy of the Coin-, of  Revision ou the said assessment roll will be  held iu tlie City Hall, Greenwood City, on Monday, the 29tli day of May. 190$. at ten o'clock a.  111. Any person desiring- to niaK-e complaint  ag-aiust his or' her assessment must give notice  iu writin-,r to the Assessor, slatintr tlie ground  of litsor her complaint, at least 10 days before  tlie said date.  Or. Ii. TAYLOR.  C. M. C.  Greenwood, B. C, April 6th, WO5,  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL ACT  C.  iiificate of ImDrovements.  NOTICE.*  "Superior"   Mineral   Claini,    situate    in' the  Greenwood Miniufr  Divisio.i  of YaleDistrict.   Where  located:    lit   Tripjile   Lal-ce  camp.  T'aKB* NOTICE Hiat I, John Gray. Free  Miner's Cerliiicate No. BS0551. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  to the. Miuinur Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaiititifr a  CrownGraiit of theabove claim.  And further talce notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before ihe issuance of such Certilic.ile of  Improvements.  Dated this ITtlt day of April. A. 1). 1905.  NOTICE.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  "Robert I." Mineral Claim situate in the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located:    In Canyon Creelccamp.  TAKENOTICE that I. - Isaac B. Hallett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. KS0140, 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 further take notice that action intersection 37, must be commenced before ihe issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lstli dav of A pril. A. D. 1904.  Ii6 24 " I. H. HALLETT.  Rheumatic Pains Quickly   Relieved-  This excruciating- pains characteristic  of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly  relieved by applying Chamberlain's  Pain Balm. The great pain relievini,'-  litiiincnt has been the surprise and tie-  light of thousands of sufferers. The  quick relief from pain which it affords  is alone worth many times its cost.  Por sale by All Druggists.  *mm.+-%,��-i,   AINU   ^a^o-w  PLUMBER  In the matter of tlie Estdle of Cus Schilling,  late of Greenwood in 'tlie County of Yale,  Free Miner, dec-eased.  NOTICE is hereby *_nven that all creditors  and others hiiv.iijT claims against the  estate of the said Cms Schilling are required.  011 or before the 1st day of J 11 ue, 1905. to send  by posl or dt'liverlhe same lo uie at the Court  House, Ureeuwood, li. C, v.ith full pnrticulars,  aud the full seen lilies, if any. held bv them,  it ml further lake notice that'after such mentioned dale I will proceed to distribute the  assets of the deceased anions tlie parties ������11-  tilled thereto, having reyarrl mil v to the claims  of which 1 shall then liuvi: notice,  All parties  indebted to tIte said usla.e are re-  <|uired to pay the amount of said indebtedness  to me fori It wit li.  Dr.ied lhis2.Slh dav of April   lr''>5.  CKO.CUXNINC, HAM.  Acliiu,' Colli Coiuiuissionor.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of of Improvements-  NO'i'icr...  "Putnam" and "Kitri-ka l-Vactional' Mineral  Claims, si limit- in the <". rei'invoud Mininir  Division of Yale Disuicl. Where located;  lu ^outh I)i.-advvr>nd (':uii|).  AKIC NOTICIC thai I, Isaac II. Hallett. as  i-nt lor Joint Matthews, IVroe Minor's  Certificate No. liXCI-i."!. itil-.-inl. sijfty ihivs t'roni  tlie dale hereof, to apply l.i tlio .Miiiiitjr K'e  cordor fur Cei-ltlicato--. of 1 iii]inivi-inoiils, for  Ihe purpose of obtaining* Civiwn (yiauts ot the  above claims.  A ml fin tlier lake  notice  thai   action,   under  section   37. itiust  be  comuioiiotHl   lie fore  the issuance of such Certi licat -. of I nipritvi'mi'.'uti!.  Dated litis 22ud dav of A t>rii. l'UB.  I. If.. IIAI.IvKTT.  TJ  MINICKAL ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  "���Messina" Mineral Claim situate in llieGreen-  ivood Miniu<r Division -if Yale District.  Where localed: On Copper creek 011 Main  Kettle river.  TAKK' NOTICK that I. Isaac II. Hallett. as  ajreut for Alfred Cameron. Tree Miner's  Certilicate No. BSo'll. F-Mivard Ten 11 esse it, I'Yee  Miner's Certificate No. 1171157. and Charles  Stooke. 1'ree Miner's Certificate >,'<;. P.MI454. in  tend, sixty days from thedate lu-rpof.to aj.'plv  lo the Mininy Ki-corder for a Ceriificate of I improvements, for die purpose- of obtainiiifr a  Croivn n-raut of the above clai m.  Ard futther take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced twfore the issuance of such Certificate oi Improvements.  Dated this 1st dav of A pri 1. A. IJ. 1905.  li 0 21 f. ll. IIAI.LETT.  TO J. P. "WKTiX��S or to any person or persons  totvhoni he may  have transferred his in-  -terest in the Astro fractional mineral claim  situated in the Greenwood Mining- Division  of Yale District.  yOU are liereby notified that I have expended the sum of S100.00 (one hundred  dollars for assessment work ou above mention-,  edclaiins,such being- required and necessary lo  hold the same for tho year eudiuir *29th Dec.  1904, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  and A mendiuu* Acts, and il at tne expiration of  ninety days from the date of the first publication of this notice in the "Houndary Creek  Times" you fail or refuse to contribute vour  portion of such expendituie namely $25.(>3 due  by you .T. P. Weils, together with all  costs of advertising*, your interests in said  mineral claim shall become vested in me  (your co-owner(tipou lilititr in the proper office  in Hi at behalf the affidavit required bv section  4 of Lite "TVIiiier.il Act Amendment Ac*: 1900."  Dated this 24th day of February, 1904.  S. H. STINGMY;  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DULUTH,    MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO atid AL,I FOINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOM A   VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all t ACIPIC  COAST POINTS.  Th rough 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. Jackso.st, H. Brandt,  g. F. & p. a., c v. & 1. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Hurt mitiR* Bird'' Mineral Claini. situate in  the Greenwood MitiitiK- Division of Yale  District.  Where located: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hal  lett, actinsr as aneut for Isaac Mcidmore  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 80508, intend,  sixty days from thedate hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  nieiils for,the purpose of obtain'inp a Crown  Grant of tlie above claim.   *...:*-.  And .further take, notice that action. Under  section 37, in list be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 2nd day of March, A. I)��� 1905.  1,15 10 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.        ,  Ruby Fractional Mineral claim, situate in Llie  Greenwood Mitli!i<!* Division of Yale District. Where located: Iu Smith's Camp  TAKE NOTICE that we..George Cook. Free  Miner's Certificate No. 1185503. and M.  McMynn, FreeMiner's Certilicate 1185502. intend, sixty days front the dale hereof, lo apply  io the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 1 m-  provemeuts for the purpose of oblaihiitir n  Crown Giant lo tho above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37.  must be. commenced  before  the is-  stianceqf such Cgj-ti ficate of'Improvements.  "Ti'aied this 2Sth (lav oT'MarcliTATT)'. 1'OftsT  Cei  y/INERAL ACT.  Tiiijte of Improvement.  NOTICK.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Fremont" Mineral Claim, situate in Grroii-  u-ood M i ii i tt fr Division Of Yale Districl.  VV'bore localed: In Frovidence Camp, adjoining the "'J'roviilcnce" mineral claim.  AKE NOTICE that ivc, Elizabeth Galloway aud Robe.it Wood, Free Miner's  Certificate Nos. I'SSoO and KNa-M?. respective! v.  iuleiid. sixty days from dale hereof, to applv  to the Milling Recorder for a Cert ifi cite of 1 ni-  proveinents. for the purpose of obtaiitiit*; a  Crown Giant of theabove claim.  And further tttkc  notice  i.lnn. iiclipn.  under  section  37, must be commenced before Ihe issuance of such Certilicates of Imtnovi-ments.  Dated jliis 24th dnv of March', A*   1)., l'll'S.  '-pi  AUNERAL ACT.  Ceitificate of Improvements.���  NOTICE.  " GartK't," ������ Garnet Fractional " and ".Min.  ueapoli-* Fraction" Mineral Claims, siln-  ati-iu the Grei-nwooil Mini n.<- Division..)'  Yale    Dislrict.    Where   loc.itod:   "Garnet"  T  .ind "Garm-t Fracliiiual" in Smith's ('aniii:  -"Minneapolis Fraclion" in D-ad wood Camp.  AKE NOTICK. that I. Isaac II. If .llle-t. as  ill from for Kenneth li. Frith, Free  Miner's Cerliiicate. No. !is5,ijJ''. intend, sixty  days from the dale Itcrc-ol, to apply to the Miuiuir Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpos.i of obtaining Trow it Grams ol  the above claims.  And   liirllier  take   notice  that action,  intd.-r  seciiou   37.   must   be    commenced    before  th,-  issuance of sucli Ceriilicat.es of  Improvement*.  Dated this '.5lli day of March. A. I), l'.'i^.  I. II. IIAl.I.lCTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  ''American Eajrle" Mineral   Claim,  situale  in  th-  Greenwood    Mining   Division   or   Yale  District.    Where located: In Skvlarkeatitp.  TAKE NOTICE  that   I.  John   />.   Mcl.eod.  I're- Miner's Ceriificate No.    |:S5(ir2.   as  a^eul  for Joint i!. Desrosiers. Free Miner's Cerri Urate  No. l��.-f>3'>. iiileud,   sixty  days   from   the   date  hereof,  to apply to the".\Iiiiiii<r Recordei fora  Certificnte of   Improvement-: for the mirposc of  obtainintra Crown (;ritnt of the above claim.  And further  take  notice   that   action, under  section 37. must be commented   before the ii  ante of sut-lt Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 8lli day of March, A.D. l->0*=.  J. 1\ McLEOD.  ssu-  "E Pluribiis Unuiii", ''Lancashire Fraction"  and "E. P. IJ.Fractional" Mineral Claims  situate in Grceinv.iod -Milling* Division of  Yale District. AVhere located: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac II. Hal-  lei I. actiuir as atrent for William T.  Hunter, Free Miners' Certificate. No. 1185759.  intend, sixty days front the data liereof, to  apply to tlte'Miitiiiir Recorder ior Certificates  of Improvements for the purpose ->f obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37. must be commenced bofo e the isstt-  anceofsucli certificates of improvenients.  Dated this28th day of February A. D. 1��05.  LIS 10 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL_ACT^  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Gold Standard" Mineral Claini, mtuate in the  Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale District.    Where located- Or. Cranberry creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Albert E. Ashcroft,  aclinir as aireul for W. M. Law, Free Miner's  Ceriificate No. USO.sTS. A. L. Piper. FreeMiner's  Certificate No. 1562040. and Robert Mathison,  Free y titer's Certilicate No. IIS">060, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to applv to  the. Minintr Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtainintr a  CrownGraiit  to the above claim.  And further take notice that actions, under  sectiou 37, must be commenced-before the is.  suance of such certificate of improvements.  Dittcd Ihis4ih day of March, 1905  LI5U) ALIJERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Porto Uico" Mineral claim, situate in the  Greenwood Miuiuir Division of Oooyoo*  Districl. Where local -d : III Dh.vIoii Camp  adjoining the Dayton Mineral claim  TAKE NOTME Hint I. Svdnev M. Johnson.  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1180515. for  self and as aireut for Jane RnsseK. FreeMiner's  Ceijiiicaie Ko. H,*.>54rf0 and Illauciie Lawder,  l-'ree Miner's Cerlificiite No. IJ74094, intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply to  Ihe Mininir Recorder for a certificate of "improvements, for the purpose of obtain! .(r crown  irrant or tlie above claim.  And   furttier talce  notice that action, under  section 37. must   be commenced  before the issuance nf such certificatesof improvements.  Dated thi; 2nd  day of February. A. D-. 1905.  SYDNEY  M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT   18%.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  ���SLATE FORMATION" Mineral Claim, situate iu ihe Greeuwood Minintr Division of  YaleDistrict. Where located: In Smith's  camp.  TAKE NOTICE mat I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  aireut for Kenneth C. B. Frith, Fret  .Miner's Ceriificate No. IJN5629, intend sixty  davs from the dale hereof, to apply to the Min-  iii(r Recorder for a Certi ficate of Improvenients,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above ciaim.  And further take  notice  that   action,   under  section    37.    must   be commenced   before   th*  issuance    of    such     Certilicate     ol    Improvements.- "   .,  Dated this 21st day of December. A. D-, 1904.  I. H. HALLETT. r.i *y— --.-jj- iu^Ca;
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BOUNDARY   GREEK   TJMES
More Railroad News-
Spokesman Review: L. E Shields
has returned from the Okanagan
country with his party of railroad contractors who went with him over the
proposed route of the Great Northern
into the Similkameen country. Peter
Siems, Mr. Shields' partner issheduled
to leave St. Paul for Spokane this
week and it is said the contracts for
grading* the road will be let soon after
he arrives.
The contractors who went north are:
Patrick Welch, W. A. Winters, John
Porter, Thomas F. Wren, E. N. Jones,
Graham Smith and James Coughren.
They left a week ag-o on the S. F. &
N., and started across country from
Republic, Wash. The trip was made
along the surveys of the Great Northern in vehicles.
From Republic the party followed
the survey made five years ago by way
of Loomis, Wash., and up the Similkameen river to Princeton, B. C. The
return trip was made along a new
survey from Princeton through Oroville, Wash., to Midway, B. C. The
company graded a road from Curlew,
Wash., to Midway, B. C, last year,
and, it is said, will lay the rails on it
this year.
One of the returned contractors said:
"That is a fine country we drove
through, and I think it is certain a
road will be built at once. The road
to Princeton is about 140 or 145 miles
long either way, but J think a little
bit better grade can be. had from
Republic."
Bobby Robinson came down from
Bull creek on the West Fork Tuesday.
He says mining is beginning- to pick
up all along the river, a large number
of prospectors being engaged in developing their claims. Gorman West
is engaged in exterminating gophers
by the gun route preparatory to putting in a crop on his ranch at Bull
creek. Mr. Robinson believes that
unless.Gorman acquires the habit of
opening at least one eye when shooting the chances for a crop on the Bull
creek ranch this summer are exceedingly slim.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Improvements.
'    NOTICE.
No. 9 Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood
Mining-Division of Yale District. Where
located: In Dei;dwood Camp adjoiuiii|*f
the Bud-Thorn Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson,
actinjr as afreiit for Put Hicltcy, Pree
Miner's Certi fixate No.-B 80406, Frank .1. Miller, Free Miner's Certificate No. It 80502, Win.
M. Law. Free Miner's Certificate No. B, SOs',8,
H. L. Moriran, Free Miuet "s Certificate No.
B, 80448, and Duncan Mcintosh, free
Miner's Certificate No. BS5OT7, intend, sixty
days from the date liereof, to apply to tlie Mitt-
inu* Recorder for a Certificate of -Improvements
fot the purposeof obtaining'a Crown Graut of
the above claims.-
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must lie commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 3rd day of Marclt, A. D.. 1905.
SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
In the matter of the title i? William Mackenzie lo an undivided three-fourths interest
in the "Emma" mineral claim, lot 501; to au
undivided half interest in the "Jumbo" ■mineral claim, 'ot 592: ti au undivided three-
fourths interest in the "Minnie Moore" mineral claim, lotg5')3: to an. undivided three-
fourths interest^iii the "Mountain Lion" mineral claini. lot 794, and to an undivided throe-
fourths interest in the"Mattie Davis" mi ni-ral
claim, lot 795; all said lots being situated iu
in the Osvoos Division of the District of Yale.
Whereas the Certificate of Title cf William
^M:ickenKLe^tl^al>ovenieiitit)ni.-d interests has
been "lost or destft^vT^d^uTd'-'alVjnic.-ilioii^lias-
bcett made to tne for a duplicate thereof.
Notice is hereby (riven that a Dtiplicate Certificate of Title win be issued at the expiration
of one month from the date liereof unless in
the meantime valid objection to the contrary
be made to me in wrUitig.
Daled at KaiulOoiis, |:. C.. this 31st dav of
March,1905. W. H. EDMONDS.
10-14 inc. District Registrar.
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SELLING  DATES
APRIL 19,20, 21, 22
Good to return   Wednesda}*-
April  25th.
For  rates,   folders,   and   tickets apply
to local agents or to
E. R. REDPATH,   Agent,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
E. J. COYLE,      J. S. CARTER.
A.G-P.A. Vancouver D.P.A.  Nelsoo
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Never in the history, of the-Boundary, has the district had a brighter outlook than today, With the successful dc
velopment of the immense large bodies of low grade ore and the enlarged end much Icajztc\c6 haliiks'kf 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 mere to ihe 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
"^ctherefore want to participate in its future prosperity, now is the time to invest both in mines and real estate. For
-»H NINETY DAYS we intend giving you a chance to make a safe and profitable investment. Every lot we own will be
■)$kj Pu* on sa^e a* rock bottom prices during the above period, Prices ranging from $50.00 up, at terms to=*suit the puiv
chaser,    Make your selection and make it early,
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Synopsis of ReuuUtions Governing the Disposal of Dominion   Lands   within the
Railway Belt In the Province of
British Columbia.
A LICENSE to cut timber can be
-**^acquired only at public competition.
A rental of 55 per square mile is charged for ail timber berths excepting
those situated West of Yale for which
the rental is at the rate of 5 cents per
aero per annum.
In addition to the rental, dues at tin*
following rates are c' arged : —
Sawn lumber 50 cents per thousand
feet 13. M.
Railway ties, eight and nine feet
long, li-* and 1# 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
ui'timber can be cut on a berth until
the licensee has made a survey thereof.
Permits to cut timber are also {^ranted at public competition, except ih the
case of actual settlers, who require the
limber 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 pet mit are
SI.50 per thousana feet 13. M.. for
.-qnare timber and sawlogs of any
wood except oa1*-; from % to iy2 cents
cents per lineal foot for building* logs;
from 12>2 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 oue years at
a rental ot two cents per acre per an-
n ;m.
Coal lands may be purchased at S10
per acre for soft coal and S20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres
may be acquired by one individual or
company.
Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per
ten of 2.000 pounds is collected on the
gross output.
Entries for land for agricnll unit purposes may be made personally at the.
local land oflii-e- foi 'he district''in
which the laud to be taken is .situated,
or if the homesteader desires, lie may,
on application to the Minister of the
Interior at Ottawa, the Commissioner
of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the
local agent for the Districl, within
which the land i.s situated, receive
authority for some one to mal<e entry
for him.
A fee of 510 is charged for a homestead entry.
A settler who has received an entry
for a homestead, is required co perform
the conditions connected therewith
under one of "he following plans:—"
(1) At least six inontils' residence
upon and cultivation of the iaiid in
each yeat during the term of I lire-
years.
It is the practice of the Department
to require a setth r to bring 15 ucn-s
under cultivation, but if lie prefers he
may substitute stock; and 20 head of
xttli. t >   i,: t  ; i il ly his own property
with buildings for their accommodation, will be accepted instead of tlie
cultivation.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of any person who
is eligable to make a homestead entry
under the provisions of the' Act, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for by such person as
a homestead, the requirements of the
Act as to residence prior to obtaining
patent may be satisfied by such person
residing with Uu- father or mother.
(3) If '.he settler has his permanent
residence upon fanning land owned
by him in the vicinity of bis homestead, the requirements of the Act as
to resiili-nee may he satisfied by residence tipi. n the s:iid  land.
Application   for   a   patent shjtild In-
made at the i-nd of ti'ree   years   befi iv
tlie   local   aU'-nt. sub agent or it Inure
stead iu.-pec'or.
Before making an application fi>ra
patent, the settler must give six
mouths'' notice in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.
| VV. \V.  CORY.
| Deputy of the Minister of tho
j Interior.
Ottawa. Febi-uarv 4th, 1905
NOTICE OP FCIKFEITURE.
A Safe Cough  Remedy for Children.
In buying a cough medicine for chil
dren ncvi-r be afraid to buy Cham'er-
lain's Cough Remedy. Tliere- is nr,
danger front it and telit-f is always
sure lo follow. It is especially valuable for colds, coup and whoop in**;
■cough.    For sale bv all druggists.
'I'n Joint Nelson. J. A. Mttiisuii ami II.
Mai;iiii*-on of iti any person <*r persons t*j wliom
tlii.-v uia.v haw transfer »'<l tlieir interest in t!te
Morning llloiy ami k'niuslorm Mineral v Uthiis
si'tinJu <>u Col'ar ei-eclc, main Kettle liiver, in
Hie Givenivixl Mlni-.-g .Division of Yale
District.
Yon ;ire hereby tiKiilU-rf that we liave expended tin; sinii ol'-r-ltiO 'or ivorU on tin; almrc nteit-
tiniteii claims ana 5*10 for recording tins '-atne
for assessment wo:i< for two years, sucli licin"
ri-ipiitvil ami necessary to lin'lc! saiil claims for
tile years ending tin-(,tlt of Jnm'. I'm.) :uii] I'lOl.
millet- llie provis'ions of tlie Mineral Act and
Aini-iiiliitc Acts ami i! ai tin- expiration of
iiiiicty ilayK Tioin -he ilale of litsi public.'itiuii
ol 111i-_ itofici- in tin: ISoiiiirlai-y Creeti Tintes.
i mi fail or tefit>e n> eonirilmte your porLioii of
siiTcli i-.\tieiidiitir>- li>y<iln-r M-itli'all co.-ls of atl-
vi-i tisinu*. vottf inti-ic-t in Mtid iiiinL-ral claims
sliall 1-ecoine invisii-il in ns. y<ittr co owners,
upon lilitif; in the tiroper ollice* in that lielialf
tin; aflii'ayii iV(|tiiit-iMiy sei.-tioti A of tliu "Min
ei al Act A i it i-it din Lr Act. Wo"
l):tti:d 3ril M.-ircli. t'tiij.
CIIABLKS v.. johxson.
JOHN  IIKKCMAN.
0  S. FLOYD. Proprietor.
I'UKE  1III.K   AND  CREAM
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of tlu-1 city.
i Delivered   Daily to anv part KOBBBBaH^BKB!  ninrffliTffiwr��BCTWM��t���  BOUNDARY GREEK   TIMES.  n  WORK ON THE GOLD BUG  funnel to Be Run 300 Feet  A. Drill in Usie-  Steam  ..;- The work on the tunnel being-run. on  the Go'd Bug to crosscut the ledges is  proceeding rapidly. The contractors  are now in about ninety feet and making five feet a day. A steam drill is  being used and the contract calls for  300 feet of tunneling, the company reserving the option to cease work at the  end of every "hundred feet. Mr. Fuller was seen on Wednesday and cheerfully voluntered the information contained herein. He said there were two  ledges which were expected to be  crosscut,-the first at any distance between 100 and 150 feet, and the other  at 300 feet. Should the first ledge  prove of sufficient width to ensure the  success of working it the tunnel will  will be diverted and run along the  ledge and the mine opened and developed for' sHipping. The depth obtained is fcot for foot, roughly, so that  if! the tunnel is continued until the  second ledge is struck the'depth will  be about 300 feet. Both of these ledges  have been-worked on tops and proved  immensely rich. On the first ledge  tliere is a shaft down 112 feet, which  ran into a dyke and was discontinued,  and on the second a shaft was sunk 50  feet and was still in ore. While nothing definite ca-.i be said about the  property, there is every evidence that  the mine will prove a good one and the  directors of the operating company are  evidently determined to fully prove its  worth.    Fire at Midway.  ���'",The Presbyterian church at Midway was tota-lly destroyed by fire on  Monday-night last. . The alarm was  given at the. hotel which was filled  with Easter holiday guests, many of  -whom thought that.it was the hotel  which was un lire, ihe result bring that  there was a. great rush to get out of  tlie building. After'the facts had been  made known, one gentleman on re-  .turning to his room found' same in  possession of a-very excited lady who  was doing her , utmost to get into  his undershirt, and who. was very indignant at his supposed visit to her  room. The matter was subsequently  explained and no great harm-done.  oboooooooooooooooooooooooc  %:cMining News ?  $; of the 'Boundary, jjj  ooooooooooooooooooooo-ooooo  Active work has been started on the  Twin; which lies next to the Barbara  on the north. ���  Spiendler & Gunderson will commence work on their Pass "creek properties about the 1st May.   .  '��� The I^ast Cria.uce shipped two cars  of ore to Boundary Falls this week and  the E. P. U. one car to Trail.  ��� At the Helen there are five men employed getting'out ore. The property  is looking.very well and a shipment  will be made next'month.'- k .  '. Alex. Robinson returned to town on  Tuesday evening last. He has been  engaged 'doing contract assessment  work on the Diamond Joe fraction in  Phoenix camp.  - The Twin claim, lying above Ihe  city hall, was bonded last week by  Ralph Smailes and others from Robt.  Wood & Co. Two men are at present  working on the property,  ' 'The assessment work has just teen  completed on the Bounty, near the  -Barbara on Acaconda mountain. The  lead is six. inches wide of rich ore.  -:bne assessment had previously been  done on the.claim. .*'.'   .  tension to apply for a crown grant,  but through neglect of one of the owners it was allowed to run out and was  relocated by D. A. Holbrook. The  ground afterwards became vacant and  was staked by R. Donagin, the present  owner. An incline shaft has been  sunk to a depth of about fifty feet on  a 6-inch lead, running from $100 to  $200 in values.  :    -      ,  After cutting- through about twenty  feet of wash and cement, the lead on  the Spokane was struck last Wednesday. Its extent and values are not yet  known. The property is owned by  Spokane parties, and lies near the  Elkhorn. About two weeks ago work  was started on the property under the  superintendence of John Mack.  In the drift from the 85 foot level on  the Silver Cloud this week, a rich paystreak of antimonial silver was run  into from 2 to 8 inches in width. The  ore carries values of between $500 and  $1,000 to the ton, from $20 to $30 of  which is in gold. The property lies  between the Bay and the Skylark,  about a mile from town, and is under  bond to Jas. McCreath of the Greenwood Liquor company.  W.' E. Capron reports a strike of considerable importance on his Bonita  Vista group of claims on Hardy mountain, two miles west of Grand Forks.  The group consists of four claims, the  Bonita Vista, Columbia, Salena and  Arsene, the strike being made on the  first-named. The find is said to consist of over four feet of mineralized  quartz which assays high in gold, copper and silver. Representatives of  Rossland cud Spokane capital have  already been inspecting the property  with a view of acquiring the group.���  Grand Forks Sun.  Disinfectant Tanks.  The Dominion government officers  are building a huge disinfectant tank  at Midway for the purpose of preventing the spread of iattle diseases from  imported stock from the United State*.  All imported cattle are given a bath  in a strong solution before being allowed to be jjlaced with the home  herds Other similar stations are being erected at Grand Forks, Gateway,  Nelson, Vancouver and Victoria.  Methodist Concert,  The supper and concert in the Methodist church Monday evening was in  every way a success. The ladies' were  tastily arrayed and the large number  of guests were served by the young  ladies of the Epworth League. After  an excellent supper had been served,  the pastor called the audience to order,,  and announced that as the programme  was arranged by the Epworth League  the meeting would be presided over by  G H. Clark, the president of the* society. Mr. Clark then took the chair  and, after a few appropriate remarks,  called for the various numbers on ..he  programme. The choir' of the church  rendered two excellent numbers during  the evening, which were well received.  The soloists, Mrs. Oliver, Miss Dixon,  Miss Green and Mr. Wheeler, were at  their best, and the audience showed  their appreciation by encoring every  number. A great attraction of the  evening was the music rendered by Mr.  and Mrs. Inybaum on the violin and  organ. They ��vere heard with great  pleasure in an instrumental duet and  were heartily encored. They, also  played accompaniments for some of  the solos. The other accompanists  were Mrs.McCutcheon and Miss Dynes.  ���The- receipts- of-the- evening���were  $70 above all expenses. ......  .A : Word .was received yesterday from  the West Fork, slating that the tunnel from the 70 foot level of the Rambler is in 80 feet with good; indications  of being near.the ledge, and word may  be received at;y day that the ledge has  bteen struck.  -,',j ���:    ���  .tVParties  from Butte,  Montana, have  written   friends in   Greenwood  about  * * i  .the advisability of buying Elkhorn  stock.    The reply   was sent  that Elk-  . hprn stock was all right. The Greenwood camp is making an enviable  .name for square mining deals in the  United States and it is" not a matter  of difficulty to get capital for any  legitimate mining enterprise.  On Monday several visitors .from  Rock creek, Beaverdell aud West Fork  points came to Greenwood to1, spend  the day     When told  of  the   intention  - of The Tiines to publish a special edition devoted-to the country in which  "they are so vitally  interested, one and  'all expressed  their delight  and prom-  "ised every support to the undertaking.  They say the water is getting very  high at Rock Creek  and consequently  '���'the placer mining which has been going on, has ceased for the  time being.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best  and Most Popular.  - "Mothers buy it for croupy children,  railroad men buy it -for severe coughs  and elderly people.buy it for la grippe,"  say Moore 'Bros., Eldon, Iowa. "We  sell more of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy than any other kind. It seems  to have taken the lead over several  other good brands." There is no  question but p this medicine is the  best that can be procured for coughs  and colds, whether it be a child or an  adult that is afflicted. It always cures  and cures quickly. Sold by All Druggists.  Horse for Sale for Keep.  Left in charge of the undersigned  by Alfred S^inlorne, November 1st,  1903, one pinto horse, not branded.  Will be sold to pay charges tor keep  after thirty days from date. Charges  $2.00 per month.  Rock Creek, B. C, April 1, 1905.  ��� Edwin Hatxon.  T. F. SUTHERLAND  B. Sc.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Shippers' Agent. Entire charge taken  of consignments of ore. Checking,  weighing, sampling aud assaying  of samples.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Suit Case Free!  In ortlor to establish customers  throughout tho western country  we are giving. VR!*; Ij with every  Suit order a, Handsome Suit Case  which tu ship the Suit in.  Suits Made to Order $12 Up  Your choice of ft variety of colorings and weaves  including ill] the newest patterns. All trimmings  are the very best. l''it and woikiiuiii.sliii) gitaiuu-  tecd. I��iuits M*itle to order SS up, and oilier garments at correspondingly low prices. All Clothes  made exactly tn your measure, subject to inspection anil return if not satisfactory. Self Measuring  Chart anil Samples of Cloth free.   Address:  A. BREMNER, CARP, ONT.  ~i  h  We  this  The Kanata, Acme and  Vitor Art Squares are  best uiade^ both in pattern and durability.  are overstocked in  line and must clear them  out. The}' are all this  seasons patterns and are  in sizes 7^ x 9 up to 12  x 12 feet, wi 11 fit most  any room. In price  ��� the)7" range from  $4.00 to $15.00  RED FRONT  FURNITURE STORE  Its the April hatched pullets that Lay  the Fall and Winter Eggs.  FANNELL  This  next  week  will  hatch  incubator.  your  Having  is the   best:time to set for your April chicks,  eggs more cheaply than you can run a small  had several years  experience  he knows  how its done.  WRITE    FOR    TERMS   FOR    FIRST   SETTING   WHICH  COMMENCES   /Oth    MARCH.  MIDWAY. B.  ii  , & IS ti ti 4S ti #'fS IS ti Si IS ti St ii ii ��t *t Uii ti ti titi tiiS ti ti ti ti ti  ��� ���  a. i/rwiriTE"&~co"  Proprietors.  Word has been received  from Mont-  that a  plant  is on the way from that  city  with  the object  of  commencing  the publication of  a paper at Midway.  CM. Crouse,   formerly   publisher of  the Despatch  at that place, it is said,  will furnish the  brains  and  the  cash  for   the  venture.    With  railway  construction  and   a  smelter, and   the increased  business  resulting therefrom,  there should be a fair patronage for a  newspaper   in   that town.    The   Midway Advance was   Ihe tlrstmewspaper  published   in   the   Boundary,   having  been moved  from   Fairview in 1894 by  Stuart     &     Norris,    and      had    the  whole field until  the spring   of  1896,  wheii tha McCarters moved into Grand  Forks with an army   press   and a half  bushel   of   type  and  commenced   the  publication   of   the , Miner.      In  that  year Greenwnod  commenced  to make  its mark on the map of  the  Boundary  and requiring a paper, Harber& Lamb  commenced   the    publication   of   The  Boundary Creek Tiines, September 12,  1896.    In   the  fall of 1899 the Phoemx  Pioneer appeared with its present publisher, \V. B. Wilcox, in charge     Two  others     appeared.      The    Greenwood  Miner, Jan. 1899 to July   1901, and the  Phoenix News Nov. 1899, quit iu three  months.     Eber   C    Smith   blurted   a  daily nt   Grand   I< orks   in   the  fall of  1899.    He quit at the request of organized labor.  00000^0��000<>000-<>0<>00<><>C*><>0<>  H.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  ���CREEBWOOD."  B. C.  vOGOOO-OC'O-OOOOOOOOOOOOOCOO-iJ-  LISTI  Ail.  and are always Wide awake   to satisfy -vour  J - -mi  wantsr-not like the policemen who sleeps  his  shift through.  Good Dinner  or  ...Try The...  For  ��� n$  ?e * * ii H ti ti ti $ fi ��t Sf ti IS * Si �� St it # ti -i ti Sf * -If 'If 2t -S ,:��� -;s ti �� ii % -Sf ii *�� ii ti  ti ti ti ii ti fi ti -,.'���� �� �����  ti  *  ��  a  tt  a  ti  a  ��  ��  **  Short Order  HARRY COUTTS, Proprietor  r'iftKt WiS ���*>#*����� ,JK-  Made that resolution to begin tlie new  year right by buying" your Meats, Fish,  Etc.-  at' the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  Thousands of acres of good land for  sale,  special opportunities for  i~ Prices moderate and terms easy.  For  S�� Full Particulars  and  niaps  apply to  ^-FREDERIC_We-McLArNE;_A^T:c:_p-.K:  LANDS.  __Gi)EEN_W_O.OD,  B,_C._  '<*><-��;K-*><��Cw>,M~t*KH^  '������' R. Donegin has just completed the  year's assessment on the Velvet, near  .-��� C. P. R. station and adjoining the O  ;.B and Freddie D mineral claims. A  . considerable amount of work was done  on this claim yeais ago by White  : Bros, and Ericson, and it  was the jp-  Chamberlain's   Colic,    Cholera  and  Diarrhoea   Remedy.  The irrest success of this preparation  in the relief and cure of bowel complaints has brought it into almost universal use. It never fails, and when  reduced with water and sweetened is  pleasant to take. It is equally valuable  for children and adults. For sale by-  all druggists.  *c af ic t? jf *? s^ s? ** 3? K* & iff *' jf.a? if  . A. Grierson?  DEALERS IN  S?  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER STRKKT.  GKKtSNWOOll.    Y  '>���:-:":���������:*���;���  HOUSE  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  Nice Stock of Wall  Pacer to choose from  Opposite the B. C- Hotel 'in Building- formally occupied by the  ' Postoffice.    Phone 15.  'ft  rft  ���ft  'ft  t  &  'ft  <n�� ons a o �� o * o o a o �� a ����>���><��������:���.->���>�� ���  ' tt m o <> * tn tt�� ����� a o o a a t  5 Greenwood, B. C. jjl  Greenwood,  ��� fin:* a ��. -j  o  ���3  *��  ��  a  o  ��  ti  O  o  9  O  ���0  O  tt  a  *  ft  ��  a  a  0  e>  o  a  a  *i'*9?,jrp4s?i<,ifi*'jfsPt?ifa*,Jf!f"^s'��f   o��0?����'������***9-��#5**?*-****s*,^?*5^^o6O*^e*^^s*Mfi*o*o?*" BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  We will be pleased to  furnish estimates for  Wall Papers for any  kind of room, large or  small.  Largest variety of patterns to  select from in the Boundary. It  will pay you to see our stock if  vou contemplate doing papering-.  *^=  r^l  KODAKS AND  PHOTO SUPPLIES  Just received direct from tlie factory,  everything in the photo line.  Kodaks at catalog-tie prices,     Buy   at  home and save fhe express.  FREE  Instructions in taking* pictures, developing  your film or plates and malting your pictures, when you buy your Kodak fron. us.  This.instruction will save you DOI/I<A.RS  in material, otherwise wasted.  Developing   and   Printing   Done.  SMITH & McRAE  Stationery,  Wall  Paper,   Plioto  Supplies  The Very Best Remedy for   Bowel  Troubles���No Family Can Afford  To Be Without It.  "I regard Chamberlain's Cholic,  Cholera and Diahrrhoea-Remedy as one  of the very best remedies for bowel  troubles," says Mr. J". W, Hanlon,  editor of the Despatch, Ocilla, Georgia.  "I make this statement after having  used the medicine in my family for  several years. I am never without it."  No family can afford to be without a  b9ttle of this remedy in the house. It  is certain to be needed sooner or  ater.    For sale by All Drug-gists .  Map of the Similkameen at Smith &  McRae's.  C. L. Thomet. of Midway was in the  city this week.  Remember the band concert Monday evening-.  Wanted���Furniture and cook stoves.  H. J. Clint, Copper street.  First-class Side Saddle for sale at a  bargain.    D. C. McRae.  You can save money by buying your  Wau, -PapRR at Smith & McRae's.  Ed. A. Hain, general merchant of  Midway, was in the city last week.  Neil McPhaden of Hedley City wau  a visitor to Greenwood the past week.  L Portman of the Elkhorn brewery  was in Nelson the past week on business.  Wanted���To borrow $400 on good  security, for one or two years. Apply  at this office.  Ralph ISmailes left last week on a  business trip to Vancouver and other  coast points.  A beautiful roll of stairway carpet,  35 cents a yard, at the ..) I C, A. L.  White & Co.  For Sale-^-First-class piano, less  than half price. For particulars apply  to Wm. Fleming.       '  Only one piece left���all wool carpet,  very pretty pattern, at $1.00 per yard.  OIC, A. L. White & Co.  Special Easter services were held in  all the city churches Sunday, to exceptionally large congregations.  Robt Wood left this week for Nelson  and the coast on business connected  with the Midway and Vernon railway.  Monday being a bank holiday, the  bowling- alley was closed. This was*  a disappointment to many enthusiasts.  Contractor Bunting tHis week received a carload of No. 1 cedar shingles,  sash, doors and mouldings, from the  coast.  There will be a band concert in the  Auditorium Monday evening. The  best ever.- Admission 75 cents, cash;  per pair, $1.50..  Katna, Acme and Victor. Art Squares.  Sizes from 7j�� by 9 to 12 by 12 feet,  and the prices range from $4 up. O I  C, A. I,. White & Co.  I. H. Hallet, barrister, has moved  his law offices from the Rendell block  to his own building on Copper street,  next the Mellor block.  Mrs. J. P. Mclveod left last week for  a short visit to the coast. Mr. McLeod  occompanied her as far as Revelstoke,  returning Monday;  Fred Hilbert, one of the first barbers in Greenwood, returned from Ed-'  monton last week iand hai opened a  shop at Boundary Falls.  - H. B. Madden of the Pacific hotel  made a flying trip to Oroville, Wash.,  the past week, where he purchased  a couple of lots on speculation.  W- M. Law, left last week for  the coast, intending to visit Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle and Portland  He will be gone three weeks or a  month.  G. E. Richardson of the Citizens'  bknd"leaves"next"week"-for"a^visit"to^  his old home in Strathroy, Ontario.  He will remain in the east until September next.  H. Bunting of this city has received  the contract for building the Dominion  government disinfectant tank at Midway and will put a force of men to  work in a few days.  George Findlay returned last week  from a trip to Carmi on the West  Fork, where he is interested in some  promising mineral claims, for which  there is a deal now on.  W. G. Gaunce received a telegram  Tuesday evening informing him of  the serious illness of his daughter in.  the Seattle hospital. He left Wednesday morning by G. N. train.  Duncan Murray leaves next week  for Westminster to attend the meeting  of the Grand Lodge, K. of P., as representative from. Greenwood lodge:  The grand lodge meets on the 9th.  On Monday last, at the government  office here, Horace H. Kennedy and  Florence Selena Ashley procured a  license to go before a parson and enter  into a non-devorceable partnership.  E. G. Richardson, representingt the  Kelly-Douglas Co. of Vancouver, and  a P. G. of Kennedy lodge, Toronto,  visited the local lodge of Odd Fellows  Tuesday evening and assisted in con  ferring the Second degree on two candidates.  A. W. English, formerly of the Canadian Bank of Commerce and lately  accountant at the Mother Lode mine,  has accepted the position of bookkeeper for the Hunter-Kendrick Co.  here, and will move his family to  Greenwood.  Sydney M. Johnson, city engineer,  returned from St. Louis Tuesday. He  was not successful in getting the pipe  required by the city in the extension  of its waterworks system, the pipe fcr  sale not being at all suitable for the  requirements of the city  Jas. McCreath of the Greenwood  Liquor Co. returned this week from a  trip to the Similkameen. He reports  considerable activity all along the line,  and especially at Hedley City, owing  to the possibility of railway construction being started at an early date.  Boundary Valley lodge, No. 38,:I. O.  O. F., will attend divine service in the  English church next Sunday at .7  p. m., leaving the hall at 6:45, in full  regalia. All members of the order are  cordially invited to meet in lodge and  attend the anniversary services.  T.L.Simmons, C. E., engineer of  railway commission, is visiting his  brother, Dr. Simmons of this city. Mr.  Simmons willspend four or five weeks  in the West, most of which time will  be devoted to the inspection of the  Canada Northern, when he will return  to his home iu Ottawa. \  P, Crowley, an old acquaintance of  Captain Cuny of the police force, left  town: Monday afternoon. He was accompanied as far as the Twin! creek  reservoir by the captain. Mr. Crowley will not return to Green wood, believing that the opportunities are much  greater south of the line forfa-person of  his energy and ability.  The Citizens' band will give a musical entertainment in the Auditorium Monday evening. An excellent vocal and instrumental' program  will be rendered. Every person in the  city who can afford to spend six bits  should be there and help to repay the  the boys for their numerous free open-  air concerts.  The difficulty between the converter  men at the Greenwood smelter and  the management was settled by mutual  concessions, after a short conference  between the officers of the Miners'  union and representatives of the company. The difficulty affected only  about a dozen employes before a settlement was arrived'at.  The Steel and Freeland Concert  company will give an entertainment  iii the-Auditorium=May-5.--Thepress  where the company has shown speak  very eighly of the entertainment, especially the moving picture part. The  scenes from a big fire, the railroad  robbery and the French count are  alone worth the price of admission.  Work will probably be resumed on  the waterworks dam after the council  has decided what course to pursue at  the meeting Monday night. It is believed that, owing to the difficulty in  getting to bedrock, the contemplated  dam will be found too expensive, and  it will be necessary to construct a tank  higher up the creek. The reservoir  will probably be of rrasonry.  Jack Farrell returned last week from  a visit during the winter to Milwaukee^  Wis., the home of Mr. Papst, the  widely-known thirst reliever. Jack  was one of the first to locate in Wellington camp, and made a piece of  money out of some of his claims three  years ago. He says the climate in  Milwaukee last winter was the worst  he ever experienced. In future Wellington camp and a comfortable cabin  near a spring of clear water will be  good enough for him. ��  I. Robert Jacobs returned this week  from a tour of the Okanagan country,  going down the Columbia river to near  Wenatchee. Mr. Jacobs was on a  sight-seeing a pleasure trip, and incidentally sizing up the railroad situation with a view to business location.  He found the country fairly well  covered with sagebrush and inhabited  principally by gophers, with an occasional settler whom fate had stranded  and necessity compelled to.^till the  almost barren soil for an existence.  Mr. Jacobs believes that the greater  part of the country over which he  traveled would, with water, become  good ranching ahd fruit land, but, he  added, with a sigh, there is another  place of which we frequently heard in  our youth, that would be equ ally benefitted by a supply of pure spring water.  at  Capt Swain's  ���e##  Ciarehddn^Btoeh  Copper Street  er  oo  THE   SOL1B   KINB  THE KINB TO BHY  G=<  We are .showing a  verv fine line of - - -  The very latest shapes and styles in Black. Chocolate and Tan.  Ranging from $1 to $5  Solid Leather  Thru'out.  THOMAS  DRUG  CO.,  LTD.  We  also  carry a nice Stock of Diamond*  Jewelry, Cut Glass, Stirling Silver  and Plate.  Anything that A\e do not have in stock, we would b _  pleased to order for you at Eastern Prices and take all responsibility as to quality of goods.  *��� "    ���' ���' ��� ....        ...   ������' ... ��� -    - ���     ������ ���-    n. ���'   "    ���       ���    ' ���"���*���  2��.  LOGAN   S�� CO.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS  Sole Agents for PABST FAMOUS BEER.  Build up Your System With Iron Brew  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  ,1  ��L.B NEWSPAPERS.  25 cents per hundred at this office.

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