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 $  v^.  V .->  Vol. 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JUI/Y 21, L%5.  No.  hT  'umme'r  Ve are closing out our stock of Whitewear to make room for  the fall goods*    You will find our prices exceptionally attracts  ive.    Why riot call and see ?  White Waists T 60c White  only 75c  ;     Corset Covers 25c and up.  We have only a few Fancy Silk Parasols left and you can  have them at the lowest  Our  Annual  SUMMER  SALE  Commences  Another  Chance For  CASH  BUYERS.  CUSTOMERS OF THIS STORE KNOW THAT WHEN WE  ADVERTiSE   "SUMMER"   SALE   THAT   WE   MEAN  BARGAINS m  All departments in this store are crowded with summer  goods and before we can talk about fall business these  shelves and boxes must be cleared* If your ready to save  money on every wanted thing for Man, Boy* Women.  Girl and Home, we're supremely ready and give you the  chance. J3C X We're not giving you prices in this space  but our hand bills will give the first draft of bargains.  Come with the crowd Monday morning at 8*30 and get  first choice/  WftF* IMPORTANT    Be sure to bring the momey for this sale will be  for CASH ONLY. _Cash or C. 0. D. will be our terms.  .STORE CLOSES DAILY AT SEVEN O'CLOCK  EXCEPT SATURDAYS AT 10 P.   M.  A GREAT DISTRICT  The  Similkameen and  Its  Resources.  SOME   CRITICISMS   MADE  Properties Being- Offered at Reasonable Prices on Working  Bonds.  Alex Robinson returned from the  Similkameen this week, where he had  been for the past two months. In  conversation with a reporter he gave  the following-information in reference  to that promising district:  . " The Similkameen country is slowly  but surely gaining the attention of  of mining men. At the present time  experts representing several big concerns are examining properties scattered all the way from Krugur mountain to points twenty miles bevond  Princeton. While the whole section of  country mentioned is well worth inspection as a field for mining investments. The country adjacent to  Princeton and that portion between  Keremeos and Twenty Mile creeks is  particularly worthy of attention. It is  on the range between these two latter  creeks that the Nickel Plate mine is  located. Lying east and north of this  is a vast mineralized section that in  the next few years will in all probability make the Boundary take a second  place in tonnage production. Near  the Nickel Plate, on- the Twenty Mile  creek slope, is the Kingston group,  .which was bought for $65;000 and upon  which development work is now being  carried on. On the Fairy Queen group,  recently bonded for a large amount,  and in which some Greenwood men are  heavily interested. South of these are  the groups owned by T. J. Marks ".nd  Paul Broadhagen. South again on  Sixteen Mile is the Oregon group,  owned by Hedley men, which gives  promise of outdoing the Granby in  size as much as it does in value.  "The pivotal point of interest of  this section, from a mining point of  view is Riordan mountain and the district immediately adjacent thereto.  Here are^ situated "some of the most  promising claims in the entire Similkameen country, and it is here that almost daily representatives of mining  companies can be met sampling the  ore  that  has  been   exposed   by   open  cutsrshafts=and^ttmnejsrwith-~a^view-  of acquiring a  bond  on   some of the  properties.     Last   week   a'deal   was  consummated    whereby    two   groups  owned by McKinnon Bros  of Hedley,  MeLean  of Keremeos  and  other parties,passed into the hands of a. mining  syndicate, and  several  other deals are  pending which  if satisfactorily   concluded   will    make    this   one   of   the  busiestmiuing sections in the province.  The ore in most cases is similar to that  found in the big mines  of the Boundary.    The exceptions   are   the  claims  owned by  Webster  on   Fifteen  Mile,  the Marks and Broadhagen   properties  and   the Nickel   Plate and Sunnyside,  where   the   ore   can   be   handled    by  stamps and the. tailings cyanided. The  ore  from  claims  known as tlie Nickel  Plate group are  being  handled in this  way,  and  from   the  amount  of work  done   are    perhaps    the   best   known  properties in the Similkameen.    While  the mine is no doubt  a  bonanza, it is  doubtful if it  has  been  a  good advertisement for the district, owing to the  enormous  expense   that  the   management evidently   considered   necessary  in its development.    The  ore  is  conveyed in 2-ton cars by  electric  motors  to the brink  of  the  mountain,   a  distance of  oue  and   a   half  miles,  and  transferred   to   the   mill    by   gravity  tramway   in   5-ton   skips.      It  is   not  [ easily apparent  why   this  was  neces-  | sary.    There is a splendid mill site ini-  j mediately beside  the  mine, and water  | could   easily  be secured   from   a  lake  ��� three miles away.    For   some reason  I the compressor is  installed at Hedley,  | two and  a half  miles from the mine,  ! and the cost of  freighting  and laying  ; a six inch pipe line upthe mountain, to  ' say mothivig   of   the  purchase   price,  must have been   a  heavy  item  of  ex- **  penditure.  "The system of mining followed is  in some respects an imitation of the  Boundary methods. There are two  glory holes, in addition to the underground workings. The mine employs,  all told, about seventy men, but as a  40-stamp mill handles its entire production, it can be easily understood  that the management is fortumate in  having a high-grade property to deal  with.  "The ore on some of the claims  owned by the company is base and is  .a smelting proposition, but no develop-  ment work is being done on any of "���  them, nor anything else to indicate the  erection of the smelter, the site for  which the company struggled so hard  to obtain. The land granted for that  purpose is now a magnificant ranch,  planted partly in fruit trees and partly  in garden, the produce from the latter  being,used to supply the mine boarding house. A fine residence for the  manager adorns another part ot the  " smelter site." Water for irrigation  purposes is 'brought iroiS Twenty  Mile creek, and the smelter has resolved itself into a beautiful ranch,  whicn is a credit to the owner, and  which indicates the man's natural  avocation, for no matter how one may  question the manager's methods of  mining, his abilities for high class *  farming are beyond dispute.  " There is one error regarding the  Similkameen which can stand correction. It has been reported by irresponsible persons that no work has  been done in the country and that  prospectors hold their claims for impossible prices. Both these statements  are wrong. The latter especially is an  utter absurdity, for claims can be se- .  cured there on working bonds that in  any other country would command a -'  substantial cash payment, The claim  owners there realize that they have to  alio'w. generous'��� terms on -bonds T..in  order to induce capital to take, hold,  and in no" camp in British Columbia  are there such liberal terms given as  there are at the present time in the -  Similkameen.  " Hedley itself is growing steadily,  stores and hotels are going up rapidly,  and it bids fair to be the center of the  Similkameen country. The advent of  the railroad is eagerly looked forward  to, and is all that is necessary to start  the various camps on the way to being  the greatest mining district in British .  Columbia."  EPWORTH LEAGUE.  Monday evening last the members  of the Epworth League of the Methodist church elected officers as follows:  Rev. H. S. Hastings, hon. president.  -=Miss"M7-Green7��presiden t.   H. A. Clark, 1st vice-president.  P. Wells, 2nd vice-president.  Miss L. M. Dixon, 3rd vice-president.  Miss Dynes, 4th vice-president.  Mr. Webb, secretary.  Mrs. F. H. Parker, treasurer.  The League meets every Monday  at 8 p. m. in the Methodist church.  Andy Hamilton is in town.  The thermometer registered 101 yesterday.  Mrs. B. F. Petch is rapidly recovering from her illness.  It is reported that work will shortly  be resumed on  the Carmi, West Fork.  J. Fuller, formerly with the Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co., returned to the city  this week.  Mrs. E. B. Dill returned Wednesday  from -a month's outing on the West  Fork, much improved in health.  Ed. A. Hain. of Hain & Co., Midway, was a visitor in the city yesterday, and says there is not a vacant  house in that town.  S. Stingley returned from Montreal  yesterday, and leaves today for Revelstoke, having been transferred to the  main line.  Thos. McAulay came in from the  West Fork yesterday. He reports all  the properties showing up well with  development. Business is picking up  in Beaverdell.  A large number of people are daily  arriving in Midway, with the object of  engaging in business when railway  construction commences on the Great  Northern and Midway and Vernon.  The right of way for the latter is now  being purchased.  f BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.   H.   HALLET <  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Cable Address :      hallktt."  CO DBS  Bedford M'Neill's  Moreing* & Neat's  Z,eiber's.  Greenwood,   b.   c.  J. P. MOLEOD  Barrister and Solicitor,  Offices in  RENDELLBLOCK  Over Bank of Montreal  P. O. Box 31.  Phone 81  GREENWOOD B.C  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  ./lining and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:   Church St. 'Phone B15.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  &HARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer ,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  O ffice with Gaunce & WieWire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    :      :      :       :    B.   O.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. M. Can- Toe- C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys  oh   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 charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  vided under sectiou 176 of the  act. Now it is held that as a  matter of fact it is uot sectiou 176  at all that provides the penalties; this is done by section 175,  and all that 176 does is to state  the manner in which the penalty  is to be recovered. Sub-section  5 deals with the " actual offender," the person who sells the  liquor, and the same mistake exactly is made in sub-section 4.  These two sub-sections, the most  important ones dealing- with, the  imposing- of penalties for unlawful sale of liquor, are thus, he  contends, invalid, and all bylaws  made under them are also useless.���Ex.  The Vancouver Province is  "warm" over the passage of the  V., V. & E. bill. The people  most interested would have beeu  much warmer had the bill not  passed. However, there is no  use of calling people "liars."  At best it is poor reasoning. The  member   forr Yale-Cariboo   was  over an area of about three square  miles. One variety of cinnabar is  bright transparent red, and another a  dark opaque red, with which antimony  i.s almost invariably associated in small  quantities. Native mercury is sometimes found with antimonial ore. The  ore..pickers, mostly lads, women and  children, produce from 10 to 15 pounds  of select ore each, assaying- one to two  per cent, mercury, which is the customary amount gathered in a day's  work. In working- the mines during*  the rainy season, the surface water as  it accumulates in the lower workings  is forked by means of bamboo or  wooden chain pumps, similar to those  used for irrigation purposes. Timbering is unnecessary, (he ground being  compact and holding up well, even in  the largest working. Ventilation is  poor, but workmen give it no attention  because they do not wish to incur expense. The ore is mined in the ordinary way oy drilling holes, seldom  beyond IS inches deep, with three-  fourths inch iron drills pointed at both  ends with steel. The holes a-re charged  with two or three ounces of domestic  gunpowder, and the slow burning fuse  is a conical shaped piece of paper. An  average shot breaks about 100 to 200.  pounds of rock. The men. work an  average of Ave or six hours a day, and  receive in addition   to  meals  daily 130  successful in getting railway.1 cash���about eight cents. The public  competition fo a large portion of  his constituents. Whether he  told the truth or not is of little  moment so long as the. main object was attained.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  T. F. SUTHERLAND  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Shippers'Agent. Entire charge taken  of consignments of ore. Checking,  weighing, sampling and assaying  of samples.  GREENWOOD, B.C.'  1  THB LEADINO TONSORIAL PARLOR  IN THE CITY  A coast politician has sued a  coast daily newspaper for libel.  During a campaign very few  people take the statements of political writers seriously, and very  few "politicians .have reputations ' that could be injured by  a newspaper article.  The present session of the  house of commons has been long-  but it has resulted m real benefit  to the Boundary aud districts  west of here���railway competition. .���.:..".*.* o .-���  are mostly old workings which have  have been abandoned as too poor to be  worked by a company, but still rich  enough for individual miners, who. or?  payment of a hammer tax of 39 cents  amnonth to the local magistrate, are  allowed to work in any unoccupied  mines within- a limit, vaguely defined  "of ten feet." If Ihe ore won is in  sufficient quantity, the landowner  establishes a furnace near the mine,,  and the miner is compelled to have his  ore treated in it, the owner retaining  the usual percentage collected through  the percentage holes, which is seldom,  if ever, below 20 per cent ���Mining  World. -  Buy your kodaks and   photo supplies  at Smith & McRae's. ''*���'.''  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000.  Rest.  .$10,000,000.  President.   Lokd Strathcona and Motjnt Royal, ���  Vice-President:   Hon. Beorge A. Dtommond.  General Manager :   E. S  Clous-ton,  Branches in London, Eng. \ ��llJh\npr'cS*. \ New York, Chicago.  Buy aud sell Sterling Excliaug-e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  Greenwood--Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  It is said that construction  work will 3ret' be started this  se?son on the Great Northern  between Denoro and Midway.  Providence was the cause of  the departure of a number of our  citizens for Nelson this week.  BATHS 25 CENTS  W1H. .FRAWLEY. : ': Prop.  Sg BOUNDARY VALLEY LODGE   J*-;^^^L^^^^No.,38��I.jO,,0._F^i___^  Meets every Tuesday Eveninp at 8 00 in the  I. O. O. P. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  W. Elson Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. ReO.-Scc.  Boundary Creek Tiines  "Issued Every Tridav  Duncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak    2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign Countries ...' 2 SO  Chamberlain's   Colic,   Cholera   and  Diarrhoea Remedy  The Best  in Existence.  T. M.Wood, manager of the White  County News, Beebe, Ark., is a representative Southern business man, who  does not hesitate in expressing- his  good opinion of a well known remedy.  He says.: "It gives-* me pleasure to  recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cho-  lera���and^Diarrhoea^Remedy.=..havJag,  used it myself and in m3' family with  the best results. In fact I believe it to  be the best remedy of the kind in existence.   Sold by all druggists  The principal quicksilver mines in  China are the Wan Shan Chang, in  the perfecture of Toon Yen, and are  situated about 3,000 feet above sea  level. The journey from Shanghai,  1.324 miles, may be accomplished in 25  days. The quicksilver deposits, lying  in magnesian limestone, are scattered  BR MATHISON DENTIST,  Opposite Post   Office  GREENWOOD      -    -      B   C  S. BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAI.      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWKU.KR.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD  y^HK^"H-��X��:~HK��K^  FRIDAY JUIA' 21, 1905J  Two of the most important  provisions of the Municipal  Clauses Act, dealing- with the  regulation of the sale of liquor,  are, owing to a typographical  error, rendered quite useless, and  conviction under them impossible,  according to the contention of  Joseph Martin, K. C. The whole  trouble has arisen over the transposition of AS and A6, and the  two clauses affected are subsections 4 and 5 of section 177.  Sub-section 4 says that the occupant shall be responsible for all  sales of liquor on his premises-,  and if unlawful, shall lay himself' open to the penalties   pro-  V  X  X  X  5*  1*  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  r  X  X  X  X  X  THE BARN WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST OF DRIVERS AND  RIGS AS WELL AS SADDLE  AND PACK HORSES ARE ALWAYS  AT  YOUR   DISPOSAL.  *  x  x  X  X  X  X  t  J.  # ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty &  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Chicken liouse.  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ffi %^> ��^> ify ��|s ��|a *|a ��$* ��$* ty ��***$* *f**$' ty ty ty'ty tytyty tyty tytytySZ  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500p0  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ,  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  A Comfortable 5 Roomed House For Sale  The McDonnell residence in North part  of the city.  LOT 100 FEET BY 105 FEET.  Five   rooms,   4  closets,   pump and well in house.  All fenced.    For price and terms  .". -       apply to - n ���  I  RUST  JBANK MONEY OIIDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under.......;,.     3 cents  Over $5 and not'exceeding $10......    6 cents  "    $10       " " $30......  10 cents  .'':���;"... "    $30    ; " " ;'$50......   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any ofiice in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United States.  NEGOTIABLE AT A FIXBD RATE AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  o        ;. , .. '������'-.'.."    \;*   ���       , _ ��� . '���'���''���';-������.. .*  They foi'ni an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  with safety and at small cost.  Greenwood Branch  -   -  W. ALLISON, Manager.  quor Co  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  ^WESr^mUORS and CIGARS  Sole Agents for PABST FAMOUS BEER.  o ���-������'��..���  Build up Your System With Iron Brew  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  * 6  ����� The best o ��  1 Our Hay, Grain^FeedStore!  :*: ,    Can supply you wants in all kinds of  & Chopped Feed, Hay or Grain    :    :  | Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  GEO. H. CROPLEY,  Proprietor,  i  a*  *  it  *  -a  ��  e  roducer  KNOWN  GREEN BONES, CUT FRESH  THREE TIMES PER WEEK  AT  a������!����aea��aaa����#^#'^<>4d$Oft0$^^^a^9S^e^'fttttf-9ft^e^<(6tfftfi(a��9  ��LB HSWSPAPBRS^-^^  25 cents per hundred at this office  smBnmmsam&s BOUNDARY GREEK   TIMES.  ���.*  EQUAL DISTRIBUTION  Are Our Legislators Drifting to Socialism?  HALF   MILLION DOLLARS  Divided Annually Between Senators  and Members of the House  of Commons-  VOL. 9..N0.46. JULY 21.1905  TOWN TOPICS  The resolutions increasing sessional  indemnity of members passed the  house of commons this week unanimously. The tendency of the'resolution is rather of a Socialistic character,  for if it does not mean an equal division of the nation s wealth among-the  whole people, it certainly means an  equal division of a nice slice of the  nations wealth among thos*: nearest  the public chest. So to those of a  socialistic turn of mind the resolution  of Minister of Justice Fitzpatrick must  appear a step in the rig-ht direction.  Besides members of the house and  senat, -a number of others are benefitted  by this initial move in the direction of  Socialism. The premier's salary was  raised, tlie leader , of the opposition,  is given a salary, some of the judg-es  get a slice, ex-cabinet ministers are  again allowed to get their hands in the  strong box, and in tact the "very best"  people in both parties are to be adequately recompensed for their services  to the country. It is pleasing to note  that the resolution was ''adopted unanimously," and that "congratulatory  speeches- were made by- members on  both sides, of the house."  The resolutions provided that members juvd senators shall receive $20 a  day up to 30,days attendance, and for  more than 30 days, members and senators will receive a lump sum of $2,500.  In future, the sessions of both the  house and senate will be at least 31  days. The premier's salary is to be  , increased and the leader of the opposition is to receive a salaay of $7,000.  There will be deducted-from the indemnity of each member and senator  $15 a day for every day he is absent  ' from his seat. Actual moving ex-:  peuses will only be paid hereafter,  mileage being abolished. Members  and senators must furnish a statement  at the close of each session setting  forth ���their expenses in traveling to  and from parliament and also the  number of days of absence.. These  statements will be received by the ac-  countant of the house of commons in  the form of affidavits.  In addition to the-foregoing provisions, it is provided that cabinet ministers vvlio have served live years at  the head of a department will receive  an annuity equal to one half of the  salary received when in office. Ainoug  the immediate beneficiaries under this  provision will be the following:  Sir Charles  Tupper, Bart., a-father  ^of-cou federation i=^-=i=======================^-  A The stages are daily crowded with  passengers for points west. -  The street sprinkler might profitably  be used this warm weather.  Nat Darling, traveler for the Mainland and British I/ion cigars, was in  the city Tuesday.  Ernest Mills left yesterday morning  for a trip to Nanaimo. He will be  away a couple of weeks.  Mail is now delivered from the train  at Anaconda, instead of as"formerly  through the Greenwood office.  Gold Commissioner Kirkup of Rossland was in the district this week attending to his duties as assessor.  C. Scott Galloway is in Nelson this  week on business connected with the  Fremont and Strathmore companies.  Bob Yuill returned this week from  Hardy mountain where was doing assessment work on the Rabbit's Paw  group.  W. Y. Williams, formerly superintendent for the Granby company, was.  in the city yesterday, returning from  a trip to Osoyoos.  Geo. F. Williams, for-a number of  years in business here, but now traveling for a Montreal house,.was in the  city Wednesday.  G. A. Evans, publisher of the Grand  Forks Sun, was a caller at the Times  ofiice this week. He had been making  a tour of the Boundary on his wheel.  .*��� Part of the force on the Preston was  laid off Saturday. The full force will  not be put on again until stoping is  commenced. Sinking is at present  being done.  Arthur Wheeler, for the past three  months press correspondent at Greenwood, left yesterday for Victoria,  .where lie has accepted a position on  one of the dailies. Mrs. Wheeler accompanied him.  It is said that there are twelve legal  gentlemen employed on the Providence case now being tried in Nelson.  With a.fair deal the gentlemen should  each get $16,666,667-3, but of course  soma of the big fellows will want that  extra two-third cents.  Arrangements are being made to  give a banquet to Duncan Ross, M. P.,  on his return from Ottawa, This is  in recognition of his services in the  fight for railway competition. The  banquet will be non-political in its  character.  It is not yet definitely settled whether  or not there will be a celebration here  next month on the anniversary of the  organization of Creenwood Miners'  Union. The difficulty here is that  there is no place in which sports can  be held and an entrance fee charged.  Without a good subscription from the  business men of the city the union  could not undertake the celebration.  ' the lakes peculiarly being salt for the  most part, and the waters never reach  the ocean, being absorbed by evaporation or sink into the desert sands. But  from 4 to IS inches of rain falls in the  basin annually. The mineral wealth  of the great basin is vast, aud prospecting over its great extent is continually being carried on with splendid  finds here and there.  RAILWAY.,  The only all rail route between points east  west-and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  One   Dollar  Saved   Represents Ten  Dollars Earned.  The average man does not save to  exceed ten per cent of his earnings.  He must spend nine dollars in living  expenses for every dollar saved. That  Being the case he cannot be too careful  about unnecessary expenses. Very  often a few cents properly invested,  like buying seeds for his garden, will  save several dollars outlay later on. It  is the same in buying Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy.  It costs but a few cents, and a bottle of  it in the house often saves a doctor's  bill of several dollars. For sale by all  ..druggists.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Hitrr tiling Bird". Mineral Claim, situate iu  the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale  District.   Where located: In Skylark camp.  TAKK NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hal  lett, acting as ag-ent for Isaac iskidmore  Free Miner's Certificate No. B S0508, intend,  sixty clays from the date liereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  ments for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claini.  And  further talce notice that action, uude'r  section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of sucli Certificate of Improvements.  ��� Dated this 2nd day of March, A. D., 1905.  1,1510- I. H. HALLETT.  Leave  9:50 a. m.  10:55 a. ni.  9:20 a. ni.  11:20 a. m.  9:50 a. m.  8:00 a. m.  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  Grand Forks  Phoenix.  Republic  Arrive  6:20 p. rn.  4:55 p. rn.  6:30 p. m.  3:33 p. m  5:20 p, m.  8:30 p. ni.  Buffet cars run betweeii'Spokauc aud Nelson.  Effective March Sth, 1905  In Connection With  [RAIL WAY  w  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  30  -DAY LIMIT --30  CHOICE OF ROUTES-  ALL RAIL via SUMAS  MINERAL ACT. ,  ���������-..  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "E Pliiribus Xliium", "Lancashire Fraction"  and "E. P. TJ. Fractional" Mineral Claims  - situate in Greeuwood Mining- Division of  Yale District. Where located: In Sky.  lark camp. **������'':������'  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac" H. Hallett. acting a* ag-ent for William T.  Hunter, Free0Miners' Certificate, No. B85759,  intend, sixty days from the data hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder tor Certificates  of Improvements for the purpose -jf obtaining  Crown Grants of the abova claims.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie issu-  anceof such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 28th day.of February A. D. 1905.  LI510 '"   ..-..,���     I. H. HALLETT.  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DULUTH,    MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO and ALL TOINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOMA   VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all tACIFlC  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 8. F. & N. Railway, or .*������*.'  H. Brandt,  c p. & T. A.,  7sl W Riverside Ave  Spokane, Wash  H. A. Jackson,  g. F. & P. a.,  Spokane  Wash.  FLOYD & COX. Proprietors  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of th^ city.  MINERAL   ACT.   ,.;������;,  Certilicate of Improvement.  ^NOTICE.       ;  GEM FRACTIONAL Mineral Claini, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District Where located ��� Ou Wallace.  Mountain. '���*.*���'���..  TAKE NOTICE that I Forbes M. Kerby,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B74G15, for myself  aud as agent for L.B. Deveber, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B86321, ��� J. H.Humphry, Free  Mi tier's .Certi ficate No. B86321, and Franlc'Par-  ker, Free Miner's Certificate No. BS5646, intend  sixty'days from the date hereof, to apply to  tlte Mining* Recorder for a .Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining* a  Crown Grant to theabove claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th day of May, 1905  lstis.Jun7        FORBES M. KERBY, Agent.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  or  S. S   PRINCESS VICTORIA  VANCOUVER to SEATTLE'  via VICTORIA.  THROUGH   SLEEPING   CAR  ARROWHEAD to  V A NCO U VER  WED.    FRIDAY  Z SUN.  .?  For full partii-ula"., first class or  tourist sleeper rcsenatious, apply to  local agents or write  E.   R,   REDPATH,   AGENT.  GREENWOOD,  E. J. COYLE,  G. P. A. Vancouver  J. 8. CARTER,  D.P.A.Nclsou.  Horse for Sale.  placed in my  charge November 8th,  1903, by Smith Bros., a roan horse, not-  branded.    Same will be sold if charges  are not paid within, thirty  days  after  the first publication of this notice.  Boundary Falls,"B. C, July 21, 190S.  ;   46-49. A. CASTLEMAN.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements. .  NOTICE.  "Keystone Fractional" Mineral Claini, situate  'in tlie Greenwood Milling Division of Yale  District.   Where located: In Cooper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, C. J&. Shaw,  acting as agent for William Hanna,  Free Miner's Certilicate No. B 91577, intend, (sixty days from the date liereof,  to apply to the Mining Recoider for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  sectiou 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 14th day of June. A. D., 1905. "  C. JR. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT.  Sulphur is used  in the preparation  Sir Hibbert Tupper,'' the son of a  father of confederation.  Sir Hector Langevin, proxy.  Sir Mackenzie Bowel, suppressed a  strike in cabinet.  Sir Adolph Caron���  Sir John Carling, representative of  a very infljential class.  Hon. Israel Tarte, nifty.  Hon. A. G. Blair, heady.  Hon. Clifford Sifton, discoverod the  vast mineral wealth of the Yukon.  Hon. John Costigan an empire-  builder Did great service to the country by moving home rule resolutions.  Is on speaking terms with supporters  of both parties.  Hon. J. Haggart, just John Graham  Haggart, of interest to students of  evolution.  The judges of Canada have come in  for a share in the general distribution  of the nation's surplus wealth. All  supreme court judges' salaries are increased. The chief justice of the  supreme court of Canada is to receive  510,000, and the others 59,000 each; the  exchequer court judge 38,000; chief  justice supreme court of British Columbia, $7,000; other judges $6,000  each. British Columbia county court  judges lor the ciiunties of Cariboo,  Westminster, Yale, Nanaimo, Vancouver, Vicloria-Atlin, and Kootenay,  will each receive S3,000. It is further  provided that there will be paid in lieu  of traveling allowances heretofore  authorized to each judge, whether of a  superior or county court, in addition to  his moving or transportation expenses  the stun of S6 a day for every day  during which he is attending as a  judge in court or in chambers at any  place other than that at which he is b}'  law obliged to live.  of sulphuric acid, in the manufacture  of gunpowder, in making friction  matches, in vulcanizing rubber, as an  insecticide, and in medicine as a laxative, and for certain skin diseases.  A Michigan company manufacturing  fifty tons of charcoal iron a day formerly allowed the smoke made in burning the wood to go to waste. Now the  smoke as it is formed is delivered into  stills charged with lime and stir  rounded with cold water, tlie result of  the condensation being first, acetate of , ^  lime; second, alcohol; third, tai; ^ |j  fourth, gas, which is consumed undtr  the boilers. A thousand cords of wood  are converted into charcoal daily,  yielding 2,800,000 cubic feet of smoke,  from which are obtained 12.000 pounds  of acetate of lime, 200 gallons of alcohol and 25 pounds of tar.  The great basin of the United States  is a triangular plateau,oand includes  the western part of Utah, quite the  whole of Nevada, parts of Oregon and  California, aud extending into Idaho.  On its west is the Sierra Nevada, and  its east the east the Wasach mountains.  The base of the ttiasgle at the north  is 500 miles from east to west, and the.  extent from north to south is800 miles.  The entire basin covers 210,000 square  miles. The areas of greatest depression are' nearest the borders and the  highest elevation near the center. The  highest mountain range is East Humboldt, one peak of which is over 11,000  feet in height. Volcanic rocks form  or conceal the original rocks of many  of these ranges. The slopes and the  original markings show that the lakes  and rivers that once existed within the  basin have become smaller, and manv  have entirsily disappeared. The basin  contains  yet many streams aud lakes,  Men's  Waterproof  Chrome  Grain  Bal,  leather  lined,  and  has  bellows  tonjrue;  round  toe  last;  a  world  beater  for  wet  Cweather  ��� wear.  Leckie Boots mi a lbng  felt want, and that want is  "Better Boots for the same  money." The Logger, the  Prospector, the Miner and  the man who works out o'  doors, will find these ALL  LEATHER Boots the best  that money can buy.  Every pair have the Trade  Mark stamped on the sole.  All dealers.  LTD.  To Charles N. Collins, Uis heirs and administrators, or to auy person or persons lie may  have transferred his interest in  the Hard  Cash  mineral claim,   situate  ou   Wallace  Mountain. West Fork Kettle River, in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District."  You are hereby notified that we have expended the sum of $500 for work on the above-mentioned   claim aud $12.50 fortrecordiug the same  for assessment -work for five yiars, such being  required and necessao- to hold said claini for  tbe vcaxs jMidingJh*-^:todJ\ily,=1900, 1901, 1902,  1903" and   1904'.   under   the   provisions  of"tiler  Mineral Act aiid Amending Acts, aud if at the  expiration of ninety days from the dale of first  publication   of  this notice  in   the  Boundary  Creek Times, voir fail or refuse to contribute  your portion ofsuch expenditure together with  all costs of advertising, youi interest iu thesaid  mineral ���claim   shall become   invested   iu  us,  your co-owners, upon filing*in the proper ollice  in that behalf the affidavit!- cquired b\- section  4 of the   "Mineral Act  Amending Act, 1900."  Dated 9th June, 1905.  GEORGE M. MILLER  WILLIAM KINTZ.  Certificate of Improvements. I  NOTICE.*       ' !  "Lillie James"   mineral  Ciaim, situate in ���he \  Greenwood  Mining* Division of  Yale Dis- (  tistrict.  Where locattdrlu South Welling- t  ton camp. i'  TAKENOTICE thnt  I,-Charles  H. Tye, . ?  Free Miner's Certificate No.  B8S703. in- **���  tend,sixty days from the date hereof.to apply to ',���  the Mining Recorder for   a  certificate of Im- ���  provements, for the purpose of obtaining* crown ,  grant of the above claim. '  And   further take notice that action, under  sectiou 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificateKof improvements;  .Dated this 19th day of May, A.;]).. 1905.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE-  To F. I1. Ketchum or to any person  or persons to whom he may have transfered  his  interest in the Condon mineral claim situate on Deadwood camp, iu  the Gn.enwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  You are hereby notified that I  have expended the sum of 5100 for work on the above mentioned claims and $2.50 for recording* the vanie  for assessment   work for one year, such beini'  required ami  necessary to hold said claims for  tlie year endinir the .Sih March. 1901 and 1905.  under the provisions of  the   Mineral Act and  Amending  Acts  aud   if at  the expiration of  ninety days from the date of first publication  of this notice in the Uoundary Creek Times,  you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of  such cxpamflture together with all costs of advertising, your interest iu  snid mineral   claim  shall   become tn vested in me, your co-owner,  upon filing-in the proper Ofiice in   that behalf  the affidavit required by section 4 of the "Min  eralAct Amending Act, 1900."  Dated 1st June, 1905.  GEO. ANDREWS.  MINERAL ACT.  NOTICE is hereby given that The. Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway and  Navigation'eonfpauyrwill-appiy-lo the-Parlia f\  ment of Canada, at ihe present session thereof,  for au  Act declaring that the said company is  and been since its railway was by 61 Vict jria,  chapter 89, declared to be a work for the general  advantage of Canada, a company   under the  legislative jurisdiction of the  Parliament of  Canada and authorizing  the company to construct aud  operate in  extension of the undertaking already authorized a iail\vay from Olivers  ou   tlie   line  ol   the  Victoria  Terminal  Railway and Kerry Company lo the south bank *���  of   the Fraser Kiver near Liverpool and to a  connection  with the   Bridge over the Fraser  River near Liverpool  with   power to  connect  with railways operating iu the State of Wash-,  itifctonaud  with   the Vancouver, Westminster  and Yukon  Railway Company, The  Victoria,  Terminal ard  I'cny Company and The New  Westminster-Southern   Railway Company or  any of them, and extending the time limited by  the Acts respecting the company for the commencement and completion of its undertaking,  and for other purposes.  Dated at Ottawa this 51st day of March, 1905.  McGIVERIN .t HAYDON,  Solicitors for the applicants.  IN THE MATTER or the Railway Act; and  IN THE MATTER of the Vancouver. Victoria  and Eastern Railway:  NOTICE is hereby given than the plan, profile aud book of reference of all amended location of tlif. line of the Vancouver, Victoria and  Eastern Railway aud Navigation Comuany  from Lot 6!F). Township 69 lo Lot 641, Town-  ship 67. Yale District, British Columbia, Was  ou the 12th day of .Ium-. 1903, July deposited iu  the office of the Districl .Registrar of Titles in  Kamioops.  Dated this 3ro day of July. A.D., 1905.  A. If. MacNEILL,  Solicitor for The   Vancouver,  Victoria    ami    Eastern    Railwav and Navigation Company  |    VANCOUVER,     B.   C.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ''Kingston," "Boston." "Houston." and "Kin ir-  stoii Fractional*' Mineral Claims, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Tripple Lak<s  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, aireut  for The Vancouver and Boundary Creek  Developing and Miuiuir Comnauv, Owl. Lty..  free Miner's Certificate No Bs5418.*iiiteitd  days from the dale hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crifwn  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  undei  section 37, must be commenced  before  the issuance of such Ccrtificate*of Improvements.  Dated this 22ud dav of May. A D. 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Denero Chico" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Long Lake  Camp.  A ICE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  agent from for Edward II. Mortimer, Free  ixty | Miiier'.-i Certilicate No. 1*;*<SM<3. intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Kecorder for Certificatesof improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And   further take  notice  that action, under  section   37.   must  be   commenced    before the  isMiai'ceof such Certificate*--.of  Improvements.  Dated this 29tli dav of June. A. D. 1905.  I. U. HALLETT.  T' BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  PRESS COMMENT.  fr Mining- camps and the people in  them |who are given to bemoaning- the  dullness of the times, but -who make  no effort to strike out in new lines and  ��o keep up with the best traditions of  the West, must be content to drop  down and out of the struggle for existence.���Prospector.  That Mr. Foster should take a pessimistic view of the affairs of Canada is  what might reasonably be expected.  Mr. Foster has been convinced that  the Dominion is heading- straight for  bankruptcy ever since 1896. It was in  that year, it will be remembered, that  Mr. Foster ceased to be finance minister. But Canada has been doing  pretty well since then, and will continue to go ahead even though Mr.  Foster may be compelled to grace the  opposition benches for some years to  come.���Winnipeg Tribune.  Nearly one hundred Canadian families, with household goods valued at  many thousands of dollars, passed  through.Windsor, Ont., bound for the  United States during the past year.  The loss of these people to Canada is  serious, even if their places are being  filled up uy emigrants from other  countries. We should try as hard to  keep our people ar home as we do to  induce foreigners to come to Canada,  for they are of our own kin and of  more value in building up the Dominion than the hords of Molokins,  Galicians and Doukhobors pouring-  into the West.���Victoria Tiines.  The new premium list of the Spokane Insterstate Fair will be ��� out this  week. It is much 'larger and more  comprehensive this year than it has  ever been before, and the prize lists  and classifications have been thoroughly revised. Many new classes  have also been added, and the management hope that all the changes will  be found to be real improvements.  This list is distributed, as generally as  possible by mail, and any one-not receiving a copy within the next few  days will be sent one on-application to  Robt. H. Cosgrove, No. 519 First avenue, Spokane, Wash.  American newspapers have a remarkable record of lawlessness to deal  with. There are . railroad companies  prosecuted for illegal rate making, beef [packers indicted for  violations of the anti-trust laws, a  United States senator convicted" of  crime in connection with land frauds,  former postal officials sett to jail for  participation in dishonest contracts,  a judge on trial charged with cheating-  the government, and a great financial  institution in the throes' of reorganiza-  after a career of reckless disregard of  sacred obligations. It is not surprising that, in the midst of all this, trade  union officials should be in trouble for  extortion from employers.���Toronto  Globe.  How potent and dangerous is the  lobbying of the corporation lawysrs at  Ottawa has been demonstrated in the  -narrow^~a^k^with=whicli'"th^"V7rV7  & E. railway bill escaped defeat. This  is what is known as the Jim Hill load.  It is anxious to build into British Columbia with its own money. This is,  of course, a strange offer to makib Canadians, to want to build a railway for  the development of the country, without dipping the corporation hand deep  into the public chest. The introduction of the road would necessarily disturb the C. P. R. monopoly in British  Columbia, but even so, has it not been  found a desirable thing for tlie country  to disturb this monopoly in other  provinces. The whole of the Conservative party, with the exception of one  member, allowed itself to be lobbied  into a position of opposition to this  bill and in favor of monopoly. Every  trick was resorted to defeat the bill.���  Winnipeg Voice.  On the subject of the court reporting  difficulty, referred to in these columns  the other day, a correspondent suggests that barristers and witnesses  might speak into phonograph receivers  and that the typewriting might "be  done from these instruments. This  would rentier the court reporter unnecessary. But the phonograph has  been tried and without success. The  trouble with it is that it takes too much  when it works all right, but that it will  not work unless the speaker is close to  it and there is absolute silence. In the  transcription of the language which  ought to be "cleaned up" as the report  is taken is mixed, and hard to put in  good shape. It must not be forgotten  that the work of the stenographer does  not consist merely of taking down  everything that is iaid, but of putting  everything- that is said into such a  shape that it can be understood.���Mail  and Empire.  ���m% ���  3  a .  SV.  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,  ALErflTr5fBI2n  ��  m-  'fAGENT FOR THE GREENWOOD TOWNSITE COMPANY.  T        T        T        T        T        T        x        T        T        *t        T        T        T    -        ������    T        T        "���".    ' T        T        T        ���*���       "T        "T      AT        T        T        T        T        T        T        T        T  %.  It is rumored from Rome that the  pope will leave the Vatican for a cooler  resort during the hot weather. The  rumor would not be important were it  ���tot that no pope has left the Vatican  since the papacy was deprived of its  temporal power years ago. By consistently remaining a "prisoner of the  Vatican," Leo XIII, like Pius IX,  maintained a constant protest against  the act of the Kingdom of Italy in  taking over the papal states. If Pius  X goes to a more salubrius summer  resort than the Vatican gardens, he  will tacitly abandon the line of policy  followed by his predecessors. Some  such action on his part, in acknowledgement of irrevocable facts as they  exist in Italy, has been anticipated  ever since his election as pope, and the  expectation has been strengthened by  the new attitude of the papacy that  was manifested during the recent parliamentary elections in Italy.���Winnipeg Free Press,  Apropros of machine work in politics, the premier and his stoker, Hon.  R. F. Green, appear to be keeping  their hands very effectively upon the  lever in the constituency of Alberni.  We doubt whether anyone knows with  certainty when the election will be  brought off in the western constituency. In the meantime arrangements  are being made for the transportation  of those essentials of Toryism called  "pluggers" to the points where  there  will be least possibility of detection.  The two trained workers of the government, the premier and his right-  hand man, the chief commissioner, are  diligently engaged in smoothing the  way for the polliig of bogus votes.  However, the opposition has been furnished with a copy of the plan of campaign, and there is a possibility.of a  flank movement being developed. As  politicians the hon. the premier and  the most hon. the chief commissioner  are intensely practical in their methods. They are in charge of a highly  organized machine? but there is al-  always a chance of the aforesaid machine slipping a cog- or two.���Victoria.  Times.  Auctioneering the reputation of a  professional man may not be conducive to the best interests of the mineral  industry; nor will matching the ve-  iacit3"of experts with contrary views  establish indisputable evidence of the  intrinsic worth of a mine. To the  reputable engineer a challenge to  prove an error of judgmen t of a professional colleague is often an unpleasant task, and there are records  available to show that even an "auditor expert" may err, particularly when  estimating tlie value of ore in a mine.  What jeopardizes the career of a mining company more perhaps is the peculiar managerial policy of directors,  whose heart throbs are the speculative  counters.    Until   the   gambling ofiice  holders repent, shareholders ueed not  **"ook for the salvation of their company. Another iniquity of the promoter-president or director is his proclivity to organize heavily capitalized  subsidiary ~* companies b3r dividing-  land which he acquired in one or more  concessions. What may be expected  from such prodigality is now being  ventilated by the daily press in the  case of a well-known Mexican gold  mine.���Mining World.  MORE PROMOTIONS.  Fox & Ross, stock brokers of Toronto are running the following advertisement in Eastern newspapers:  COPPKK GOLD  MINES.  A. F. Hogue, mining engineer, formerly manager of the Great Broken  Hill mines of Australia, from which  hundreds of million pounds sterling  were taken by its fortunate English  shareholders, reports: The showing  on the King-Edward mines inBottnd-  ary district (about 8 miles from the  Granby Mines, the Mother Lode shipping about twenty thousand tons  weekly) is almost an exact counterpart  of the Broken Hill Mines of Australia.  Send for full report, etc.  First offering of  Pooled   Promotion  Syndicate Shares 3 cents per share.  Fox & Ross,  Stock Brokers, Toronto, Ont.  (listab'.ished 1887.)  Il is about on a par with the exaggerated statements by means of which  unscrupulous promoters have  induced  investors to place their money on wildcat schemes and ultimalely anathematize British Columbian Without expressing any opinion on the value of  King Edwayd Mines, we would point  out that if it has to be discounted as  much as the statement that " the  Mother Lode mine is shipping about  twenty thousand tons weekly, it cannot be worth much. Erom the official  returns we find tliat the total shipments of the Mother Lode from commencement to date have been as follows: 1900, 5,340 tons; 1901' 99,034  tons; 1902, 141,326 tons; 1903, 138,079  tons; 1904^174,298 tons; and 1905 to the  30th of June, 89,948 tons���a total of  648,025 tons in six years. Leaving out  1900, when the tonnage was nominal,  this gives an average of 2,770 tons  weekly; or, taking- the present year  alone, 3,460���about one-sixth of the  figure named by Fox & Ross. As a  matter of fact, the celebrated Granby  Mines are only shipping 12,000 tons a  week. These methods of securing investors' money make Lawson's "Frenzied Finance" look cheap.���Nelson  Tribune.  "Wood's FIiosp'hQaine,  The Great English Remedy.  A positive cure for all forma of  5r VW^^^tfSfe* Sexual Weakness, Mental and  ekfoeeand AriER Brain Worry, Emissions, Spermatorrhoea, Impotency, Effects of Abuse op  Excess, all of which lead to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an early grave. Price  $1 per pkg., six for $5. One will please, six will  cure. Sold by all drug-gists or mailed in plain  packageon receiptof price. Write for Pamphlet  The Wood Medicine Co., "Windsor, Ontario. ao 1  BOUNDARY CREEK   TIMES.  Beer if  from  it  birth,   as  is  evidenced by is popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading  Hotels either draught or  bottled. :  Insist or having  "ELKHORN"  MADE BY THE --  I  }  i  ft a<*-'w<'w'^v*��'^^--'*V/^^/*-v/>'\*' ���*  ITFBEL*SK1CK  A good carpet laid over Norwich lining-  -CORRUGATED PAPER-  is a great comfort aud will wear well.  Ii you need a new  CARPET  write us, and we will mail j-ou samples.  Patterns selected with the greatesi care  Reliable fabrics fiom the famous looms  ol Teinpleton'iitid Crossley.  ���WRITE   TODAV  IIQ  VICTORIA,B.C  0000000000000<3<KKK��00<WO<H>  H.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   ia   Sash,   Doors,  _   Turned Work and'  Inside Finish,  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  | GREENWOOD,   :   B. C. |  OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ** j? & ��* K�� a** j-r jf sc K" tf* tf* a? j-? s-? af ��r  f.  mm  f.  '*  %  V.  %  %\  S. A. Grierson  HOUSE  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  PAINTER  Nice Stock of Wall  Paeer to choose from  Opposite theB. C. Hotel in Building formally -jcciuiied hy the  Postoffice.    Phone 15.  *  Id  %  mm  %  ft  \ Greenwood, B. C. 5  *f a? je *����� j? & jp t? *? a?��? *? a*? j? ar t? *v  THE -WATERWORKS:  Extension Is Now Nearing  Completion,  THE  PIPE   IS ALL  LAID  Reservoir Will Be Completed by the  First of August���Supply of  Pure Water,  In a few clays the laying- of pipe for  the waterworks extension will have  been completed, and it is expected the  reservoir -on Lind creek will be ready  to receive water by trie first of August.  When the system is completed it will  be oiie of the best iu the province,  taking into consideration the number  of people to be "served. For domestic  purposes the waler of Lind creek will  be used altogether, and tho old system  will not be used except in' case of  a break in the new or an extensive  fire. The exhaust or outlet will be at  the old reservoir on Twin creek, as the  reservoir for the new system is so  much higher than that of the old.; In  case of shortage of supply cf water  from any cause, the, shortage will be  supplied automatically from Twin  creek, so there will be sufficient water  at all times for fire protection. -  The new. reservoir is 60x50x12 feet,  and is built of masonry. From the  reservoir to Anaconda there are 3,100  feet of 8-inch. pipe. To "supply Anaconda there are 800 feet of 4-inch ami  2,200 feet of 2-inch pipe. From Anaconda to connect with: the old system.  4,100 feet of 6 inch pipe have been laid.  The hydrant pressure will be 100 lbs.,  using five streams. This insures sufficient force for fire protection in both  Anaconda and Greenwood;  The system will be extended along-  Silver and Summit streets, and it is  the intention "in the near future to  continue it north to the end of Copper  street.  Ever since the old system was .put.in.  the-e has been more or less agitation  for purer Svater for .domestic purposes,  and this year the city entered into an  agreement with the property owners  of Anaconda in return for water rights  on Lind creek to to put in a system for  that place. Greenwood's part of the  bargain was: To provide and lay a,4-  in'ch main'along Second street frem  Everett to .Tacoma avenues; 1-inch  main along Tacoma avenue from  Second to Fifth ; 2-inch main along  Fifth from Tacoma to Denver; 4-inch  main on Denver from Fifth to Sixth;  '4-inch'main', on Sixth from Denver to  Everett; 2-inch on Butte fro'm Second  to Sixth; also install three fire hydrants; install key hydrants for domestic purposes at points along the  above pipe Hues where there are at  least three applicants for same not  otherwise served; will connect said  water svstcm with the Greenwood sys-  Anaconda the use of the water free of  charge for the term of one year from  the date the water is   turned   on in the  PLASTERS AND  GENERAL MASONS;  CRBE0W0OD.I  At the crossing of Rock  Creek on the main ��� road  to Osovoos and the  Similkameen.  Travellers will lind  every accommodation.  J. S. McLean \  PROPRIETOR.  system. Greenwood fire brigade will  respond to -all fire alarms,from Anaconda, which will pay Greenwood 35  for each turnout and other actual ex-  expenses involved in said turnout.  That in the event of any of the existing pipe. lines in Anaconda being  available, for distribution purposes,  aud being found in good condition and  protected from frost, that Greenwood  will take over said pipfe lines and allow the cost of same on account of  water rates, after the period of free  water shall have elapsed; and that the  rates thereafter shall be the same as  in Greenwood: to extend the proposed  system to supply future consumers and  those not directly served by the proposed work, whenever the applying  consumers shall in revenue provide for  ten per cent and sinking fund on the  cost of the required extension; that  the cost of water from a key hydrant,  after one year, shall be 50 cents per  month to each consumer.*  THE WASTE DUMP.  Three simple minerals comprise  gr-inite, feldspar, quart'/, and mica.  Mexican dollars are redeemable at  the customs houses in the United  Slates at the rate of 49.8 cents in  American, money.  Russia imported, last year 3,106,901  long tons of coal and 574,147 tons of  toke, both showing* a substantial increase as compared with 1903.  The iron age refers in archaeology,  au age, the third in succession, in  which weapons and many other .implements began to be made of iron, stone  having been used in the fiist and  bronze in the second age for these  purposes. .���''*''' -..  The Canadian government jallows a  bounty of $5.50 a ton on* steel raiis  made at home; this added to the import duty of S7 per ton, gives the domestic manufacturer an advantage of  no less than $12.50 per ton over the  'Americans.  Toilet papers���special price in quantities���at Smith & McRae's  Asbestos can hardly be classed -as a  pigment, although when used as a filler  its white color lightens the color of the  materialto which it is added. The  chief use of asbestos in plant manufacture is to yield a so-called, non-  inflammable fireproof "paint. The  fibrous varieties of talc are also used  for this purpose. Only a small proportion of the total production of asbestos in the United States is utilized  in paint manufacture.  CflOLERA   INFANTUM,  Child Not Expected to Live from One  Hour to Another, but Cured by  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  Ruth, the little daitgh.er of E. N.  Dewey of Agnewville, Va., was seriously ill of cholera infantum last summer. "We gave her up and did not  expect her to live from one hour to another," he says. "I happened to think  of Chambe'-lain's Golic, Cholera and  Diarrhea "Remedy and got a bottle of  it*ifrom=lhe-storer'i=ilH^five*=ihours=-LsaVY--  change for the better. We kept on  giving it aud before she had taken the  half of one small bottle she was well."  This remedy is for sale by all druggists.  /HONEY TO LOAN  Private Funds tb loan at current  rates on approved collateral. F. M.  ELKINS, Rendell Bile. city.  THE NECESSITY OF A  AND HOT WATER  AT   ALL   TIMES  The first ste]) away from self-  respect is personal cleanliness;  the first move in building up a  proper pride in mau, woman or  child, is a visit to the Bath,Tub.  You cannot be healthy, or pretty,  or even good, unless 3*011 are clean  ��. W. BISH0P  Fine Plumbing-, Steam and Hot Water  Heating.    Opposite the Postoffice.  Cook's Cation Root Compound.  The only safe efl'ectna I mont I1I7  medicine on which women can  depend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���No. 1, for ordinary  cases,31i>orbos: No. 2, 10 de-  prees stronger for Special  Cases, ?3 per box. Sold by all  ilrugiliMs. Ask for Cook's Cotton "Boot Compound; take no  !    /       ^ substitute. 0  The Cook Medicine Co.,      "Windsor, Ontario.  ^4^4,4,4,4,4,4,4,4,4,^^.4,^^^ 4, 4, 4,4,4,404*4* |��|.  41  4f  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  THE�����  LIMITED.  Dlectric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Out Rates, We Can Saie You Money  ty  ~tys..<  ty\  ���!���  ���I.  ���1-  ���I,  tyl  ty{  ^t *^ ^* ^ ^ *f-*f* *f* *.f�� ^�� ^* ��^ ^ J^-�� *^ *^a ^. ^�� j^* *|U ��f. ���If- *f<i ^ *^.^ I  listen:  WE WANT YOUR TRADE  and are always wide awake   to satisfy your  wants���not like "the"policemen who sleeps his  shift through.  For a . Good Dinner  or Short Order I  ���ft!  n  Si-  *.  ��  *  ��a$,  ...Try The...  WINDSOR CAFE  HAPY COUTTS, Proprietor  ���������  Yon?  Gallup  Made that ^resolution to begin the new  year right Sy buying your Meats, Fish,  Etc.  at the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  That's us  i;P- FLOOD,     Prop.  r ^/"''V-'WWft \  Before buying Lots see me  for prices  FREDERICK W. MG LAINE  <> C. P. R. Land Agent.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  <k��X"X��<����:~x<*:^��^  x  %  !  DEALERS IN  FURNITURE  5  V  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER^ STREET,  GREENWOOD.  SmKmXmX^X*^^  ��TEL  1 "O  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 excel Is all others. SS^SSKSS^  BOUNDARY GREEK   TIMES.  M��W ON.  We have an extensive line of  FISHING TACKLE  RODS. REELS,  LINES. FLIES,  HOOKS, ETC  PRICES RIGHT.  ^=  HOOKS, STATIONERY.  AVATvL PAPERS,   E   C*  J  TOWN TOPICS  i>  Mrs. S. Oliver  this week.  is visiting- in Nelson  D. H.   Holbrook  of  Chesaw   was  in  , the city Saturday.  Pat Welch, the railway contractor,  passed through the city Saturday.  Government Ag-ent McMynn is expected home from Scotland next week.  Mrs. S. Stingley, who has been visiting- friends here for some time, left  for the coast Friday.���Trail Creek  News.  Licenses were renewed by all the  hotels in the city last Saturday, with  the exception of the Clarendon, which  dropped out of the game,  The   B.   C. . Telephone   company's  force of workmen engaged in   rebuild  ing   the    line   have    reached    Grand  Forks. " , ;'  W. J. Snodgrass of Okanagan Falls  wa<; in the city this week. Mr. Suod-  grass says that the settlement of the  Ellis ranch has not been as rapid as  expected.  Ij. S. Moulton-Barrett, who was  taken to New Westminster some time  ago, is now in England under charge  of a specialist, and is reported as recovering.  W. A. Harkin, who -for years was  press correspondent in the Boundary,  with headquarters at Grand Forks,  has accepted a position on the Vancouver. Province.  George Barber, who has been in  charge of the Green wood freight sheds  for the past five years, left last week  for a trip to the old home in Eng-land.  He will be gone about three months.  Inspector Lawry of the insurance  companies, has notified City Engineer  Johnson that he will visit Greenwood  next month and inspect the city's fire  protection appliances, and the new  water works.   Midway is to have a newsoaper. It  is said that Gus Evans of the Grand  Forks Sun will publish a newspaper  there in addition to the one he already  publishes. This looks very much like  the thin edge of a monopoly.  Dr. and Mrs. Mathison returned the  past week from a two months' trip in  the Similkameen and Okanagan districts. The doctor reports a pleasant  time and a successful professional trip  in the garden spotes of the Interior.  J. Peck MacSwaiu i.s at* present in  the Upper Okaiiai>au. It is nearly  time to come home, Peck. The Boundary is uijout ripe for a financial disturbance, if all the railways promotions talked of start construction work.  Judge Leamy is still very low, but  was reported to be slightly better yesterday. His eldest son arrived home  last Saturday from St. Catharines,  Ont., where he is emplo3red in a large  electrical establishment.���Grand Forks  Sun.  Duncan Ross, M. P., 'is, expected  to arrive home about the end of the  present month, when this paper will  no doubt regain its political equilibrium. Iu tlie meantime, "don't  shoot, tlie performer is doing his best,"  but don't f.are very much whether  others are satisfied or not.  Geo. Johnson, of Nanaimo, grand  chancellor of the Knights of Pythias  of British Columbia,-, visited Greenwood lodge Wednesday evening: After  lodge meeting- a banquet was served in  the antelroom and a number of speeches  made. The grand chancellor reports the order, with one exception, in  a nourishing condition in- every town  visited- On the trip he attended the  grand lodge of the Northwest territories, held at Calgary. He left yesterday for New Denver.  The mineral department has a  prominent location in the new 19i)5  Spokane Interstate fair premium list.  Diplomas are offered for all displays  meriting thern, and a handsome silver  cup will be given to the camp sending  in the best general exhibit. Further  particulars in regard to this department-may be had from the secretary at  Spokane.  Mrs. D. Whiteside, who has been  spending, a couple of woeks at the  coast, is at present the guest of Mr.  W. J. Wlrteside. Mrs. Whiteside is  charmed to be back again in the Royal  **.k~>--:..:~>-*>^^^  . *->:.<����:"X��>-*:��t-<..X'��^  tv  ���y  ���:-?  ���t  Tf  XX  ���v  ���"  ���y  fV  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  ���H  ���y  xt  T.f  Tt  ���h:  ���b:  Tf  >>v  Pi  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  3    F��R    5  Grocery Dept.  Mvtts^an fvm ��� ji  --/V'FEW-  tv  Ti  '���'i  ;*���!��  **  *���  .:��.*.  tt  ���:��y  tf  v y  t  It  For   the   picnic    or    fishing  party lunch basket:  McCormick's Jersey Cream  Sodas.  McLaren's Cheese-  Sweet Pickles.  Longr Branch Salted Wafers.  The Following well known  Jacob & Co.'s Fancy Biscuits  Thin Arrowroot,  Persian Drocs  Orange Slices  Mafekinjr '  Puff Cracknel  Polo  Angelica Macaroon  Chocolate Fingers  Butter Cream '  Normandy *  '        Blossom  Emperor  Ceylon Droc.  Clothing Dept.  SUMMER  UNDERWEAR  Very serviceable and cool  line of Underwear for summer  in  French Balbriggan  $1.50 Per Suit.  Cotton Ribbed  at $1.25 per Suit.  Summer weight in wool and  cotton mixed at   $2 per Suit  Summer Shirts  $1.00 up  Seal 'em up  Once  ning-  more the can-  season has arrived and with it arrived at our store a  large consignment of  GL>A$S JARS  'The Lonesome Ones'  SHOES  A  few   pair  of  odd  sizes in  $4, $4.50 and $5 values have  been tput on the bargain  counter at $1.50.per pair.  I These are strictly of  a first-class qualit)'-  and are selling at :  PINTS   per doz $1.25  QUARTS, -''1.50  1-2 GALLONS '* 2.00  JELLY JARS ''     75c  $ | 4-*^-**K'��*^>''*��<^K^^  HAVE YOU THE C0RREGT TIME? I  *     * ���   * if*  Is much easier if you have the necessary sick room  articles, of .which we carry a very complete line.  ^[Whatever is wanted���bed pan,. urinal  air cushion, ice cap, hot water bag,  ������'.. svrinsre, fever or bath thermometer,  feeding cup, medicine tube,; etc.���we  can supply, and ��� - '      '  City and to renew old acquaintances.  Her stay, however, will be short as, in  company with a cousin from Toronto,  she will visit Victoria and the Port-  'and fair and return at their leisure to  Greenwood.���"Westminster Co[innbian.  Wednesday evening- last D. McVicar  was ordained an elder of the Presbyterian church heie. The ordination  service was conducted hy Rev. D. McKee, the minister, and the sermon  preached by Rev. H. S. Hasting-s, pas-  ~    ���" ���IMI I   II  "I Ml ��� I Will���HIM II ._M'>I I .  tor of the Methodist church.  W. G. Gaunce will go from Nelson  to Seattle as soon as the Providence  case is over, to attend the wedding- of  his daughter on Tuesday morning-,  26th inst. The wedding is to be  strictly private, owing- to MissGaunce's  recent illness. Mr. Gaunce sxpects to  bring Mrs Gaunce back to Greenwood  with him for. permanent residence.  Mrs. and Miss Gaunce made many  friends   in   Greenwood   last   summer  The  great  good  o^  secret   of a good   shave  is haviiig your razor in  condition.    And vou   cannot   iret  the  edsre  right  without  careful i  mj o o o y  stropping on a good stop. Any leather makes a razor strop, but to  make a good one, requires the right kind of leather and the knowing how. We want }rou to see the lot of strops just in at our stores,  We believe they are the finest ever shown here, and we would like g^  you to have a look, and take a feel at them. If you need a strOp  you'll buy one. If you don't need one it will help convince you of-  the superior quality of the goods we handle.  IF  NOT BUY  A REGINA.  Absolutely A). Guaranteed  ?�� Prices Satisfactory  m*-mV  Every town of importance in America  has a Regina-Agency;  livery Regina  Watch   has   an   Officia  Guarantee which  will  be  honored on  presentation to each of these agencies."  WE ARE AGENTS  Diamonds  Rings  Chains  Always in stock a neat line  of  JEWELRY  Shirt Waist Sets  Belt Buckles.  Souvenir Spoons  \  .>  ���  A. L.0GAN & CO., JEWELERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  ^-^^mw***-*^-^^^  [4��>0*>*I����>*>*2m>.X��  who will be pleased to have the for-  "m��r"S"r*esideht,of"ther"townr=aiid^\vho  will heartily join in wishes for the  bride's future happiness.  Judging from the correspondence  sent to outside papers one would conclude that there had been a strike at  the Greenwood" smelter last week. It  is well known that a strike cannot occur without the sanction of the union  under the jurisdiction of which the  work is being done. It is also well  known that one, or two, or a dozen  men have the righc to quit work if  they choose, and the employer has the  right to discharge one, two, or a dozen  mem. This is a general custom recognized by both emploj'er and union. On  account of a new head feeder being  employed at the smelter last week, a  o  number of the men quit, holding that  the man in line of promotion should  have got the position. This the men  had a right to do, so also had the company the undoubled right to place the  man in the position whom they think  would best serve their interests. These  are the facta. There was no question  of a strike, no dispute between the  union and the company. It was simply  a matter that comes up daily between  employer and employee all over the  world���accepting or rejecting work:  employing or discharging help.  }^rsAi ^      ^^^*^C^^ji^^��^  Clearin  OP-  Toilet papers���special price in quantities���at Smith & McRae's  "'     Buy It Now.  I Now is the time to buy Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy. It is certain to be needed  sooner or later and when that time  comes you will need it badly���you will  need it quickly. Buy it now. .It maj*  save life.    For sale by all druggists.  Earthenware  DINNER SETS  Very pretty patterns, ranging- from 97 pieces up. These  goods are all standard ware.  In price tliey range from SI5  per set up, and to clear them  out they go at a  Discount of 20 per ct.  TOILET SETS  and odd pieces of chin aware  are now on the bargain list  and to clear we will give a  Discount of 25 per ct.  RED FRONT  FURNITURE STORE  A. L. WHITE & CO., Proprietors.  CAUL HP A 86  BAKERY  Where there is always on hand a good  supply of  HOME MADE BREAD,  CAKES. BUNS. Etc.  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept  Phone us your order.

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