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Array s-^^^&ife^^         apgBB_a___-_a��_as_j_��j^^  ;*H&&SS5^^^  11,  5',i  j1:  I.  ���'^  '���**"���': -.v'^c  v-  /���^<  7;''" \.  *'     MAR 16 .005     =2" J  /*:  oS(  Vol/ 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 10 l<->05.  No. ��<$  --OOMPANY, LTD.-  SHOES  NEWEST STYLES nn FiEST VALUES  Our exhibit of new shoes is now nearly complete. Special attention is directed to the "PORTIA' Shoe; one of the leading  American makes of fine shoes for -women. Also Bell's Fine  Footwear���for men and women���and -McCready's latest styles  for men.  I  AF_IFQ'   Patent Blucher, extension sole, Cuban heel, dull  calf  1_��_U1I_I_V     upper; $4.50.   Vici Kid, in two styles (walking and light  sole) Cuban and Military heel-a high grade shoe, $4.50.   The latest  styles in'bxfords, exhibitingjthe Blucher cut anddarge eyelet.  (f_F__TI  Fft.PN'Q   Just received the following  lines,   with   the  \IE_-n I l___If_I_n   ij   flat-iron   toe   and   Military   heel.      Patent  Blucher,��fancy cut, dull calf upper.     An exceedingly dressy shoe  for $5.50.  Patent Blucher Oxford, extension sole, S4.50  Light tan Oxford, very popular this season, excellent value at $4.00.  f,HIM.I.PN,QaOU"'   lines   of   children's,  -Vllll^iilXiull   O   more complete than ever.  misses'   and   boys' is  Weston's school shoes  have given good satisfaction in the past; they can't be beaten.  SOURCE OF  CITY WATER  Greenwood to Secure Lind  Creek Water.  Mayor Naden's Official  Mission to  Victoria.  RUBBERS  Headquarters for rpbber goods of all kinds.    You will find our  lines and sizes complete.     Everybody 'as -wearing the Granby  , Roll Edge.      * "  THE BIG "��� STORE  , ���j>^o<^��<t^��<>��*fr*H*����������^'����&  ��� ,���:*���*���:*'*��.���.*  '1 ^ _* ."    _  ���Jm.*����s����j����2w^��2^j��j*��*����j����2����Jm.-;**2,��j��*j����Ji  ,�����_>���.��....._.._._  __��  The Russell-Law-Gaulfield Co  LIMITED.  We have, just received a nice assortment of  TRUNK3  FROM   $6.����   TO   $13.5��  Suit Cases from. $3.00 to $13.50.     Grips from $2.75  to $5.00, and-Telescopes from 60c to $1.50.  Our range of Gent's Furnishings,'Hats, Shoes,-Clothing, etc.  is complete and at reasonable prices.  " For fa"ncy"and"staple-Groceries~we~make" _it~a~~ practice- to-  order lightly, but often, thereby assuring you that our^stock  is always kept fresh.  ^!mmmn!n!H!?!?!nmf.^ifni!^!r?n!f?n?n!nw!HH!!.^  5~ -N-evv- 'Canadian Prints for  .8 cts yd. ~  f| iLadies' Shirt Waists for   ... $1.50 1  !__��� Regular Price was $3 75 ~  C   ; . ^  Children's Shoes, sizes 8 to 2, for  95ctspr�� ~  Regular Price S2.15 ���.  Men's Smelter Shoes for   $1.50 =  Regular Price$2.00 Z2  Men's F-ine Shoes in tan and black for  $2.50 ^  Regular Price S4.50 -^  Men's Fine Shirts for            75 cts pr. =2  Regular Price SI 50 ^3  New Wash Dress Goods For Spring. 3  New Stprt Waists For Spring. a��  New,Jduslin Under), ear For Spring. fl  li See. Our Big Stock Before   Buying the above 3  SET '"'     ���' '(' _ 7Z2  g goods. H��  I   RENDELL & CO. 1  ^uuiiiuuiuiuiunitiiuiijiiituiaiuiiiiiiuuiittiauiuuiuuk^  An agreement has been entered into  between the city of Greenwood and the  land owners of Anaconda by virtue of  which the former agrees to extend the  waterworks and fire protection systems  to Anaconda. The consideration is  the transfer o-f the water record of  Lind creek to- the city of Greenwood.  The agreement was ratified at a meet-  ting of Anaconda property owners  held last Friday night and has also  been endorsed' by the Greenwood city  council.  Mayor Naden leaves today for Victoria to secure the assent of the lands  and works department to the agreement and to authorize the grant of the  water record to the city. He will be  accompanied by John P. Jackson, who  will represent the Anaconda property  owners. Mr. Jackson will present  petitions in favor of the agreement and  asking the government to grade the  streets which the water pipes will be  laid.-   ���  Greenwood's part of the bargain is  as follows: Provide and lay a 4-inch  main along Second street from Everett  to Tacoma avenues; 2-inch main along  Tacoma ave from Second street, .to  Fifth; 2-incti main along Fifth from  Tacoma ave to Denver ave; 4-inch main,  on Denver ave from Fifth to Sixth  street; ,'4-inch main on Sixth street  from Denver ave to Everett ave; 2-inch  main on Butte ave from Second to  Sixth street; also install three fire  hydrants; install key hydrants for  domestic use at points along the above  pipe lines where there are at least three  applicants for same, not otherwise  served; will connect said water system  with the Greenwood system and will  allow the residents of Anaconda the  use of the said water free of charge for  the term of one year from the date the  ~\^at��~is"WrrreW^6tf~ffi  Greenwood fire brigade will respond to  all fire alarms from Anaconda which  will pay Greenwood $5 for each turnout  and other actual expenses involved in  said turnout.  That in the'event of any of the existing pipe lines in Anaconda being  available for distribution purposes,  and being found in good condition and  protected from frost, that Greenwood  will take over said pipe 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, extend the proposed system lo supply future consumers and  those not directly served by the proposed work, whenever the applying  consumer.*--, shall in revenue provide for  10 per cent, and sinking fund on the  costs 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. i  American road from being the first to  provide railway facilities forthe people  of the Similkameen and lower Okanagan.  Chief Engineer Kennedy, of theV.  V. & E. R., the Canadian section of  Hill's road, and three engineers have  been busy at Midway since Tuesday  "'tieing up the loop" connecting the  Curlew-Midway section with the survey extending up Boundary creek to  the smelters and Greenwood, and beyond to its connection with the Phoenix branch of the Great "Northern on  Providence creek. It seems to be  settled that the rails will be laid this  spring on the completed roadbed between Curlew, Wash., andMidway and  that the construction of the line up  Boundary creek as far as Greenwood  will also be undertaken this summer.  Simultaneously the main, line will be  extended west towards Hedley with all  possible ' speed. Hedley, where the  Nickel Plate mine is located, is an  important objective as it will provide  a large tonnage.  The C.P.R. realizes that it must be  prepared to abandon its waiting game  and be ready to offset the Hill invasion.  This is evidenced bv the fact that  Mr.  Callaghan,   a   C.P.R.   engineer   from  Winnipeg,   has just   completed a  ten  days'   secret inspection   of   the Great  Northern's survey made last fall. This  survey was undertaken with the object  of getting a more direct, witnal a more  expensive route,  to the mouth of the  Similkameen river.    It will also render  unnecessary   the construction of a sinuous line running in and out of American,  territory.   It   is   known   as   the  Whitcomb  survey.    It  will;  however,  run in American territory from Sidley  lake to the point where the boundary  line crosses the Similkameen river,   16  miles below Keremeos.    The grade will  be iyz per cent, across Sidley or Anarchist mountain.  On his recent mission  Mr. Callaghan was accompanied by R.  G. Sidley,   of Sidley, B.C.   The   new  survey will necessitate a 700-foot tunnel at Similkameen Falls, Wash.    It is  significant   that   Capt.   Robertson',   a  Winnipeg capitalist,  who  is  close  to  Whyte, the C.P.R. general'manager of  western lines, was n. recent visitor at  Midway.    The captain's appearance in  any locality is a sign that  something  is going to happen.  The C.P.R. already has a survey  from Midway west. It runs via Kettle  river, Rock Creek, west fork of Rock  creek, swings around Sidley mountain  crosses the summit at Summit lake,  and comes out at Incamwp Indian .v.-  servation on Okanagan river, ;> lilt),  above-and opposite Fairview.. thence  heads up the SinJilkameen.. Tl.. jjcidn  in pl_.._ is v-Jcy L^ti"?''?     ���V^^  INTEREST  IS REVIVED  Board  of Trade  Holds a  Well-Attended Meeting.  LIVE I  Terminal Freight Rate Into Boundary  Needed,  For several months past there had  been no meeting of the Greenwood  Board of Trade until Saturday last.  The secretary, who has been looking  after the interests of the board, getting desperate, made an appeal to the  members to attend a called meeting  and assist in cleaning up a lot1, of  important matters. It was a matter"of  general surprise to find so large and  enthusiastic a gathering. Three hours  of faithful work were necessary to  clear the docket.  It was decided to hold meetings at  least monthly hereafter. The next  meeting will be the annual to be held  on Wednesday, April 5th, at which  officers will be elected for the ensuing  year, accounts audited and membership roll revised.  At last Saturday's meeting the questions of the 2 per cent, trineral tax, of  a bounty on copper, of a telephone line  from Fairview to Midway, of a terminal freight rate into the Boundary-  were all discussed. In rega rd to Ihu  two percent, ir-.irj'--  ed to request the  empt the I. iiVe \. i  A RAILWAY RACE.  Great Northern and C.P.R. About to  Invade the Similkameen.  The railway situation has been  greatly clarified during the past week.  It now seems to be settled that the  Great Northern will resume railway  construction in the Boundary as well  as make a start west from Midway on  its extension to the Similkameen with  the coast as the ultimate objective.  The C.P.R , too, is not idle. The big  corporation has its engineer-? in the  field "keeping cases" on its rival. It  may be fairly assumed that the first  step made by the Great Northern towards building west will be the signal  for the C.P.R. to rush construction  west from Midway with the object of  heading- off its rival and preventing an  THAT MUNR0E FAILURE*  To The Editor--?  Having closely followed the proceedings given such widespread notoriety  through the press, regarding the affairs  of Munros & Munroe and in justice to  all concerned, I wish to state my views.  . The difficulties in which this firm became involved were brought about by  extraordinary conditions of both the  stock market and the price of copper  and as a result, Munroe & Munroe  were reluctantly forced tc ask for a  few days extension of time to make  good their contracts, assuring all creditors that each and every one of them  would receive one hundred cents on the  dollar. At this meeting some of the  creditors would listen to no reasoning,  demanded-.ash'andth&tpromptly'paid.-  Wh.it followed the public have been  pretty thoroughly posted in through  the press. A few vindictive brokers  rushed the matter into court, demanded bankruptcy proceedings and the  appointment of a receiver and practically tied the hands of the Munroe  brothers behind their backs,, cast them  into a sea of trouble and asked them to  swim out. .  It is greatly to the credit of Munroe  & Munroe, that I hey fought these proceedings to the bitter end, and came  out with much honor arid prestige, in  the shortest time known in.the history  of Wall street. They made good all  contracts and settled with their creditors at one hundred cents on the dollar, (this was just what they proposed  to do on the day of their suspension,  possibly in a more advantageous way  to themselves, than they had offered  their creditors on that day), and have  now resumed business, in the same  suite of offices with a clean slate, having gained an experience wnich cannot  but benefit and proved who their  friends really are. The court has instructed the receiver to give Munroe &  Munroe all money and securities turned over to him.  The ability shown by Munroe &  Munroe have been productive of much  envy and it was largely due to what  followed in this affair. How dare  these young Canadians come from  Montreal and open-an office on Wall  street in New York! "But they did���  and furthermore proved themselves  thoroughbreds in every sense of the  word and not "squealers" as others  have been.  Let us all in justice place credit  where credit belongs.  Justice..  il tn  X it wa  ,=. decid*  ov*  rim"*  .It  10   ox*  '-nit  7 oni  f-  . i; r/j'R&  *._"  �� Si      _��  L  i-_._-_.  ���Chi  -l-fii.  iv<-. and  np.  "nU 1  otnmit-  l th  - fn-5  1 ��'  .   ques-  aim trcauji'-r ������ ��.:  Messr.*-, ll-;ite  ihe sec��-l=! - ���. wor  tea 'to cai. ., da!-.  tion and present the same to the railroads entering the Boundary with the  view of getting a "Boundary rate.  Several other matters were discussed,  some being district, some being provincial, and some of a Federal aspect.  The list of delinquents was called for  and the secretary read the roll and  arrearages of same.  A resolution prevailed, inviting any  not now members to join   at a $2.50  membership fee, aud offering any de-  linquen ts__the_privilege _of _se_ttling*_in__  full to Mar. 31st for $5.  The sense of the meeting was that  the present time was opportune for  some effective work by the board.  BQUNDARY-ELKHORN OFFICERS.  At the first meeting- of the stockholders of the Bbundary-Elkhorn Mining Co. held Thursday the following  were elected directors: Phil McDonald, James Sutherland, Thos, Hardy,  Dr. Spankie and. H. V. Fuller. At a  subsequent meeting of the directors  offi-irs were elected as follows: President, Phil McDonald; vice-president  and managing director, James Sutherland; sec -treas., W. G. Gaunce. It  was decided to offer for subscription  20,000 shares at 50 cents per share.  The proceeds will be utilized in installing a plant. Gaunce & Wickwire  are the official brokers.  WILL MOVE APRIL 1st.  Messrs. Cameron  & Huff,  the  blacksmith's, -wish to notify  their customers that after April  1st the}- will be located in the  old Russell-Law building, next  to the Kootenay Hotel, Copper  street.  Jonas Bushell, of Seattle, who is  making a tour of British Columbia in  ��� he interests of the tempeiance cause  under the auspices of the J.O.G.T. will  arriye in Greenwood on Saturday and  occupy the pulpit of the Methodist  church on Sunday morning and evening. He will also lecture for the Ep-  worth League in the same place on  Monday night. Mr. Bushell has been  engaged in this work for a number of  years and is a very forceful and intelligent speaker. The pastor of the local  Methodist church had the privilege of  his assistance a few years, ago and  assures the pub'ic that Mr. Bushell is  an able exponent of the cause of tem-  perance.The-public isinvited to attend.  No admission will be charged on Monday night, but a collection will be  taken to defray some expenses incurred. .  Evangelist Jas. McDermid will  preach at both services in the Baptist  cln-.rch, Sunday. An effort will' be  made to obtain a resident pastor.  1 BOUNDARY   OREEK  TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.   H.   HALLET  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Ca'-nle Address':      hallktt."  r.������,,e   J Hertford M'Neill's  Uidbs  S Moreiiit'* Neal's  ( "Lettier's.  Greenwood,   a.   c.  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  ,    Notakiks Public, Etc  0dices:' Wallace-Miller "block. Copper street,  Greenwood, H.C.  J. K. liKowx. J. P. McLkod.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial   Land Surveyor.  Alnin? and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:    Church St. 'I'hrme B15.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block,       ���    Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  ��� Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    .*      ;      ;      ;    B.   C.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. M. Can. Toe* C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys on  Kettle   River   and. West  Fork promptly attended to  at  regular  prices.  Address:   FAIRVIEW  P.   0., B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined and reported   on.   Will  take charjre of development work.  , Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  00��K)00<>OOC-0<)<K>00<>OOOOOOOC  We AsK Your Inspection  7 When in Keed ol  OLANK bocks,  I OFFICE SUPPLIES,  �� WALLTAPER,:  STATIONERY,  CHINA AND ,  FANCY   GOOD!', |  CIGARS AND |  TOBACCOS.  COLES & FRITH  _<H*K>0<K>0<>0<K>_<>0<*-CH>00000  Gbe  Boundary Creek Times  ������Issued Every .Friday  Duncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIOXS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak ...... '       2 00  To Foricign Countries     1 25   2 50  ^-__<_lffK ' v  <UNIOM(J^)LABEL>  FRtDAY  MARCH*10. IOCS  government although, it presents  greater engineering difficulties  than those encountered on. the old  survey which provides for a line  with frequent crossings of the  international boundary line between Midway and the month of  the Similkameen river. The  marsh ailing- of the Great Northern engineering" force at Midway  this week, Chief Engineer Kennedy's hurried trip to St. Paul  and the wintering of the railway  contractors' horses at Sidley  mountain all possess deep significance. Of equal import is the  recent visit of a C.P.R. engineer  to the Okanagan and Similkameen. Mr. Callaghan, the gentlemen referred to, must have  been acting under instructions  from headquarters when he occupied ten days in traversing the  Great Northern survey. The C.  P. R. engineer has no doubt reported that the Great Northern  people mean business. It would  be a great blow, to C.P.R. prestige to permit a foreign and uu-  subsidized railway like the Great  Northern to be the first company  to extend its line into the .Similkameen district. This the C.P.R.  will probably have the good sense  to avoid and for a variety of reasons. From its present terminals  and connections at Midway and  Pentieton the C.P.R. is doing a  very large and profitable business with the district, farther  west. This summer's race between the big corporations with.  Hedley as the first objective, will  be watched with keen, interest for  it means better times, the influx  of many people and a revival of  interest in mining in the Similkameen. district.  All indications now point to  unprecedented activity in railway  construction this summer in  southern British Columbia. The  C.P.R. and Great Northern have  virtually prepared their plans for  an ex+ension of their respective  lines west of Midwa}7 The  policy of the former company has  hitherto been a waiting one, but  circumstances will compel it to  start work in order to offset the  vigorous policy of its aggressive  competitor. It has just transpired that the new survey made by  Great Northern engineers last  winter was undertaken with the  object of securing a line which  would render unnecessary frequent detours into American territory. The adoption of this  route  may  placate  the McBride  Dr. Osier, formerly of John  Hopkin's university, has started  a lively controversy in the press  over his whimsical remark that  all men should be chloroformed  ���iiisa six.y*----Sis.is^o.r^pt critics  apparently could no*fr*see the point  of his joke. Dr. Osier, who was'  recently appointed regius professor of Medicine at Oxford university, is much too careful a scientist to seriously pretend that age'  is the true measure of existence.  The standard is arbitrary and,  to group men according to the  number of years they have .been  in the world is no more scientific  than to group them according to  4h eir=*wei gh t--Gr���th eir-hei gh t ,-or-  to reckon the world's progress by  centuries. Doctors themselves  discovered this long ago, ,and set  up the arterial standard. "A  man is as old as his arteries,"  they said. In our everj-xlay wisdom we have the proverb, *'A  man is as old as he feels, a woman as old as she looks." We  hear much about "young old  men," and "old young men,"  paradoxes well understood. Dr.  Osier is aware of this, and also of  the famous poetical passage  which tells us that life is not  measured by years, but by deeds,  and thoughts, and aspirations.  This is -spund science and good  poetry. Because Dr. Osier sticks  to the years standard, we know  that he does not seriously mean  just what his words imply.  Local mining men assert that  the industry will be throttled if  the powder monopoly continues  to advance prices. Their protest  is timely. It is likely to take  some effective shape as the project of establishing a powder factory near Greenwood is being  strongly endorsed. To our knowledge ten mining men interested  in this camp have agreed to take  stock in the proposed enterprise.  Relief they are determined to  have as the industry cannot stand  the arbitrary prices dictated by  the Canadian trust. We are informed that three grades of now-  der are now selling at an advance  of twenty per cent, over the  prices that prevailed a year ago.  The last few days have witnessed  a further advance,- and likewise  caps have also ,beeu marked up  from 90 cents to $1.25 per-box,  The last order for powder placed  by . a local high grade mine was  at the rate of 24 cents per pound.  The mining industry has had  enough obstacles in the way of  legislative burden's to face during  the past few years without running the risk of being strangled  b}r a trust, whose powers can  soon be nullified if mining men  only agree upon a policy of reprisals.   A meeting to be held in Eagles'  hall Monday will further consider  the proposition of providing the  city with a public ambulance. A  start has already been made and  the funds now available, we  understand, exceed SlOO. The  idea is a g*ood one. It has for its  object the providing of facilities,  which "will alleviate the sufferings of the sick or maimed in  transit to their homes or the hospital. The matter is one that  does not concern any particluar  creed or sect. Under the circumstances and in view of the frequency of accidents in the local  smelters and adjacent mining  camps there should be a large  attendance at Monday night's  meeting and a generous response  on the part of our citizens.and  especially on ��� those most vitally  interested,- the miners and smel-  terrueu. However, the proposition is equally deserving of the  support of the mining companies  and business men generally.  At long range it looks as  though the resignation of Hon.  Mr. Sifton would result iu giving  British Columbia increased representation in the cabinet.  The   Board   of  Trade is   not'  dead.    It sleepeth.    POWDER  BILL*  At a public meeting held at the  Windsor Thursday afternoon, W. M.  Law presiding, a strong resolution  protesting against the passage of a  bill introduced in the local house by  Mr. Tanner and relating to the regulation, manufacture, inspection and  storage of explosives, was adopted.  The resolution will be wired J. R.  Brown, M.P.P., asking him to oppose  the measure. H. C. Dickinson, of the  Giant Powder  Co.,   explained the pro  visions of the bill. He~saidTFprov_<ied~  for the erection of expensive magazines, under government supervision,  by the powder companies and mining  companies. In regard to his own company the extra expense involved-would  be over 530,000. If the bill,became law  it would-prove a hardship to small  mines which would be compelled to  buy direct from the mills at an . extra  cost ot 3 or 4 cents per pound. An objectionable feature was the annual  licence of $100 for each magazine. F.  Keffer, general manager of the B.C.  Copper Co , severely criticized the  provisions of the bill. He said he had  wired Mr. Brown, M.P.P., to oppose il;  and he understood Mr. Hodges, of the  Granby, had also wired a strong protest Mr. Keffer objected to the clauses  respecting the location of and fireproof character of magazines, and the  use of lightning conductors; likewise  against the' provision about storage  limit, etc. The resolution as above  outlined was then adopted on motion  of W. G. Gaunce, seconded by J. J.  Caulfield. It recited the fact that the  proposed' bill, if passed, would, be  inimical to the mining industry.  Later���The bill has been withdrawn.  I  WATCHES  CLOCKS  JEWELRY  Watch Repairing a Specialty  lltifp^Renieiiiber a guarantee .;  is given with all our'work.  JEWELLERS  GREENWOOD.  ^mmnm!tmmmmm!mm!immmm&  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��!  CF*  CF*  CF*  ���S  CF*  CF*  99.  lank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid "up, $14,000,000..       Rest ,$19,000,000.   Mi^^M       . '.   -I '     '  Prcsideut.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, '   *  Vice-President:   Hon. George A.- Drummond.  "  General Manager:   E. S  Clous-ton. ) ;  Branches in London, Eng. j c.u��ThuPrcacnad���.[ .New Yoilc; Chicago.  Buj* aud sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' CrediU, available in any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *"=_���-  *���=_  *&  *=_  *=_  *=��  *_}  *_**  TiMmmmMmmmmmmMmmmmmK  WW  r  Real  ?�� ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytyty'tytytytytytyg  ty  *  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  -eft  REPRESENTING-       |  The Phoenix Fire Assur- >  ance Co. of London, Eng.  Liverpool,and London andj  Globe'Insurance Company.  The British   America Assurance Co.,  of Toronto.  The    Caandian   Birkbeck<  In-vestment   and Savings'  Co. ���  _"*- __.  NADEN  Estate  MANAGER  ^���^���^^^���^-^������^^^^���^���������f**-*^  ��*a  M  .EOF COMMERCE  Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.  Chas Drake, a mail carrier at Chap-  inville, Conn., says: "Chamberlain's  Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments. The past year I was troubled  a-'great deal with rheumatism in my  shoulder. After trying several cures  the storekeeper here recommended this  remedy and it complete^- cured me."  There .is no use of anyone suffering  frqm that painful ��� ailment when this  liniment can be obtained for a small  sum. One application gives prompt  relief and its continued use for a short  time will produce a permanent cure.  For sale by all druggists,  With Which is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO. ���.  Paid-up capital...... .......77. 7...*......$ .8,700,000 '  Rest...  ..-      3,500,000-  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1904-) over.;.......    91,000^000.'  London Office,        7 ''���'������ n__.v��._ *�����.��.���     Wm-Cray '���'������___ en_-.  60 LomDardSt. E. C. New York Agency     h.B. Walker. (^-jen>s  .10 EXCHANGE PLACE. ' '7  In addition the Bank has 113 branelies and agencies in Canada and th    United  States,  including the following in Brttish'Columbia and the" Yukon Territory. -^-~.��  ATLIN, GREENWOOD.       -NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  CRANBROOK", -��� . KAMLOOPS.,.>,.,    . ,..   NELSON,.   _       ,   . VICTORIA,  DAWSQN,   ..- LADYSMITH, N.\VESTMIN,ST_R,V'AJrcoaVER,Eastl  WHITE UORSE,    FERNIE. End Branch.  Branches in the United States:  new york; ;'san fr'ancis.o.    porti/ano,    seatt&b-   skagway  '���* Deposits receiyed,"exchange bought   and sold and c^ery description of ��� banking  business transacted,,. . . ' <  GREENWOOD  JJ��*{ANCH.  7"v W. XLLISOIS, Manajer.  ���*�����  -*.  INB50R   M��TE:L  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor:  7  ���-tr  Finest Furnished House in the Boujdary  -���      -.' ' ' -'     -    "'   ,   <-   >/    ,7-  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with  electric-lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we trave the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells all-others.  IS A WORK OF ART  Let us show you what we xan do "in;-that line for you. ���a_fflHB��!ii__MffBf[i^^  ni*"- hiini_in__iiiiii!n ii  A. CLOSE GALL*  successful ��<-.- Jmx  velopment of.the. immense large bodies of low grade ore and-the-enlarged and much improved facilities,for,treating V  ->^: at a very small cost,   the  continued opening up of new high grade properties and their successful and profitable &  operation has' made the Boundary fahious 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, J*^  and-surrounded. as it is, with such magnificent resources is destined in-a few years to be a second Butte,   If you-^  therefore want to participate in its   future prosperity, now is the time to invest both in mines and real estate.    For. ^t  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 purv  chaser._ Make your selection and make itjearly,  _f-  RALPH  ^>(f'f)^-^f>f-<f^^-^(f-(|)-(f��'f>  SMAILES,  [AGENT FOR THE GREENWOOD TOWNSITE COMPANY.  ��-  ?��.:  8��^?  Synossls of Regulations Governing the Dis-  ' posal: of:' Dominion Lands ��� within the  Railway Belt in the Province of  British Columbia..  ft   LICENSE to cut timber  can be  ���-'acquired only at public competition.  A rental of $5 per square mile-is charged for all- timber, berths: excepting  thos�� situated;West of Yale for which  the rental is at the. rate of��5 cents per  acre, per annum.  In addition to the rental, dues at the  following rates are charged :���  Sawn lumber, SO cents per-thousand  feetB.M.. '       .        ���  Railway ties, eight and. nine feet  long, \yi 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  no timber can be cut on  a berth until  the-licensee has made a survey thereof.  Permits to cut timber are-also grant-  <ed at public competition, except in the  case of actual settlers, who require the  timber for their own use.  Settlers, and others may also obtain  permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood  for sale without competition.  The dues payable under a permit are  $1.50 per thousand, feet, B. M., for  square timber and sawiogs of any  wood except, oak; from J_ to 1J_ cents  cents per lineal foot-for-building logs;  from 12j�� to 25 cents per cord for.wood;  lcent for fence posts; 3 cents for rail  way*-ties;; and * 50 cents- per: cord on  shingle bolts.  teases for grazing purposes are issued for a term of :twenty-one years at  a rental ot two cents per acre per an-  num.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for. soft coal and $20 for; anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  may be acquired by one individual or  company.  Royalty, at the rate of 10 cents per  ton of 2,000 pounds is collected on the  gross output.  Entries for land for agricultural purposes may be made personally at the  local land office foi '.he district in  which the land to be taken is situated,  or if the homesteader desires, he may,  on application to the Minister of the  Interior at Ottawa, the Commissioner  of Immigration at Winnipeg, or- the  local agent for the District, within  which, the. land is situated, receive  authority for some one to make entry  for-him.  A fee of $10 is charged for a, homestead entry.  A settler who has received an entry  for a homestead, is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of the following plans:���  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year during the term of three  years.  It is the practice of the Department  to require a settler to bring 15 acres  under cultivation, but if he prefers he  may substitute stock; and  20  head  of  with buildings for their accommodation, will be accepted instead of the  cultivation.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the  father is deceased) of any person who  is eligable to make a,homestead entry  under the provisions of the Act, resides upon a. farm iu the vicinityof  the land entered for by such person as  a homestead, the requirements of; the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  patent may be satisfied by,such person  residing with the father or mother.  (3) .If the settler has his. permanent  residence upon: farming land owned  by him in the vicinity of 'his homestead, the requirements of the Act as  to residence may be satisfied by residence u pen the said land.  Application for a patent should be  made at.the end of three years before;  the local agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.  Before making an application for a  patent, the settler must give six  mouths7notice in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  "W.W.CORY;  Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior.  Ottawa, February 4th, 1905.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To John Nelson, J. A. "Munson and H.  Magnnson or to any persori'or ptrsbust. whom  they may have transferred their interest in the  Morning Glory and;Rainstorm Mineral Claims  situate on Cedar Creek, main .Kettle'River, in.  the; Greenwood MIniag"Division of Yale  District.  Yon are hereby notified that we have expended the sum of 5400 for work on the above mentioned claims and S10 for recording- the *-ame  for assessment work for two years', such bein.  required and necessary to hold said claims for  theyeai-8 ending theGth.of June, 1903 arid 1901,  under the provisions of the Mineral Act and  Amending Acts and if at,the expiration of  ninety days from the date of first publication  of this notice in the. Boundary Creek Times,  you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of  such expenditure together with all costs of advertising, your interest in said mineral claims  shall become invested in us, your co-owners,  upon filing in the proper office in that.behalf  the affidavit required by section; 4 of the "Min  eral Act Amending Act, 1900."  Dated 3rd March. 1905.  CHARI/ESE.JOHNSON.  JOHN BERGMAN.  A Safe Cough Remedy for Children.  In buying" a cough medicine, for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no  danger from it and relief is always  sure to follow.     It  is especially valu-  j able   for  colds,  croup and-whooping  cattle, to be actually his own property,C(mgh.    For sale br all druggists.  Many people suffer, for, years from  rheumatic pains, and prefer to . do so  rather than take the strong medicines  usually, given for rheumatism, not  knowing that quick relief from pain  may be had simply bv applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm and without taking any medicine internally. Rev.  Amos Parker of Magnolia, North Carolina, suffered for eight years with a  lame hip, due to severe rheumatic  oains. He has oeen permanently  cured by the free application, of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale by all  druggists.  McBride. Government Only. Secures  Two Majority oa,School Bill.  A motion, to  give the public school  bill a six  months hoist  was only defeated    Monday   by   19   to   17,   both  socialists and labor members voting  withi.the. government.  Hall (Victoria), resumed the debate  on the second reading of "the bill Monday afternoon. He sp^k^ fo^upwards  of half: an hour, and closed, by moving  that the bill be read the s��cond time  Six months hence instead of now.,  . Carter-Cotton (Richmond), immediately moved an aciendmen**-. to. adjourn  the debate. A vote taken on Cotton's  amendment resulted as stated- 19 to  1.,-as follows:  For���Tatlow, McBride,.Wilson, Cotton Clifford, Bowser, Fraser,. Ross,  Davidson, Ellison, Green, Fulton/Garden, Young, Shatford, Grant, A. Macdonald, Hawthorthwaite, Williams���19.  Against ��� Mclnnes, Driiry, Hall,  Cameron, licNiyen Murphy", Jonies,  Evans,,Tanner, Henderson, J."A, Macdonald,.Oliver, Paterson, Wells, Munroe, Brown,.King���17.  Absentees���Houston, Taylor, Wright,  Gifford, McGowan..  A bill to amend .the unrepealed, provisions of the assessment act, introduced by a special message from the  lieutenant governor, elicited a.vigorous  protest from,the leader of .the oppos i_-  tion. The bill proposes to subject  mining companies,to special regulations in regard to assesments. and  Macdonald contended it was unfair to*  impose upon mining industries conditions, not enforced, as against .other  property or income, interests. The  mining industry had been-subjected to  enough- bad legislation he tliought,  without the government bringing down  a. measure of this, kind, which was  merely a-case .of- class legislation,'the  proposed regulations not being enforced , against personal property, incomes.   The bill read as follows-.  The.unrepealed provisions'of the Assessment Act, being chapter 179 of the  revised statutes.' 189., are, hereby^amended-by inserting, after section,, 16  thereof, the following.sections:.  "16a���At any time after making an  assessment or,,accepting, taxes,, b^sed  upon,, a return , or returns, furnished  pursuant to section. 14 thereof-, should  an assessor ascertain that said-return  m  ' ��� ell ....  is, or said returns are, misleading,, incorrect, orrdid;.not, furnish, sufficieat  information upon which* to - arrive at  the correct amount, at which, the* output of the mine ia.question,should  have, been, assessed, for,, the,, period  covered by said return oc returns, the  assessor may, from such* information  as he may be able to obtain, notify,the ���  manager or, other person to whom,notice may be addressed of the additional  amount payable'in respect of- the'output of such mine for said period? and  require payment, thereof, and,such*,notice shall state the date of a special  meeting of* the court of revision; and  appeal to be.held not less than 14 days  after the date of said notice.  ��� -16b���Any.,, person _who_is_ dissaiis-   fied with the amount claimed by an  assessor, acting under section" 16a,  may appeal to said court of revision  and appeal against said assessment  and he shall be entitled to have his  objection heard "by such court. The  court of revision and appeal shall have  power to sit from time to time specially  to^ hear; and determine: such appeja}  which shall state' the grounds of objection in' detail; and must be given by  the. person making the,, sajoj^., within  ten. days from the;, date of said assessment notice.  "16c���The powers conferred, by, section, 16a and 16b shall apply tb assessment and taxation,in respect of the.  past as well as in the f uture output of  mines,, and to returns received before  as well as to, those, that shall be received after the passage of this act.  "16d���All assessment hereafter made  by assessors upon the output of mines  after the assessment based upon quarterly returns that were misleading, incorrect, or which did not furnish sufficient information upon which to arrive  at the correct amount at which the output of the mine in question should have  been assessed for thc.periodcovered by  said return had already, been made, are  hereby ratified and confirmed where no  appeal has been taken against such assessments and where appeals have been  taken against such assessments, then  the assessments as fixed by the court  of revision and appeal are. hereby ratified and confirmed; provided, however,  that this section shall, not affect any  litigation now pending regarding such  assessments; providedi further, that  upon the termination of any such litigation, should any one such assessment be held to be invalid either in  whole or in part, then the.assessor may  make a re-assessment or re-assessments under; the. powers conferred by  sections 16a, 16b and 16c hereof," BOUNDARY   GREEK   tlMEts.  CURLING CLUB DANCE.  FOR SAL^E  :.K;  . It Prbvei to te The  Social Event of  -���"* -,;    ''"'" the Season*  '.' The'second annual ball of the Greenwood ������������Curling club- in Masonic1 hall  ,; Monday night proved to be the social  event of .the season. Thcfe were upwards bt fifty couples in attendance.  Thanks to. the   excellence of  the   ar-  ��� rai)-__,einejits,the affair passed off with-  . ou,t.'a hitch. ,,The music furnished by  .-Bush's orchestra was excellent, while  ��� the prog rani me comprised the most  '".���popular dances. An interesting fea-  ���'���tivre was tlie presence  of a  number of  ladies from Grand Forks.   The visitors  expressed     themselves   as    delighted  w-i'Yh the'courtesies extended them and  '  declared that the dance was one of the  ':,- mosf-delightful   functions   the}-   had  .ever attended in the Boundary.  The bail room was prettily decorated  with taunting and green and illuininat-  ���- ed with shaded electric lights present-  ���ed amost artUtic  effect.     Sitting out  .plices were-provided f -jr the chaperons,  "aiid'cosy corners for the young people  who  cared to  indulge in   mild   flirtation's:     *A   survey ' of ' the   ball  room  thronged   with -merry   dancers   would  have  dispelled   any   lingering   doubt  ��� that Gi.eenwood   society   had   not attained   the stage of. metropolitan cul-  ��� ' ture.    The dresses of  the ladies were  beautiful, many, of them being  .triumphs of the dressmaker's art. Regret is expressed that the description  of'these dresses is not more complete  At midnight an excellent supper,  provided by   (lie  wives of the married  ..curlers,, was served upstairs. The  supper room was tastefully decorated.  A long-'table laden,with da nty salads,  etc., extended down the centre, while  the   guests   occupied    smaller   tables'  , ��� ranged on either side..- A display of  plants   arid   cuttlowers   added   to  the  '   aesthetic effect. "  Among-those present   were:j    Mrs.  ��� McMynn who wore a handsome white  :.   taffeta;>Mrs.   Bishop,  a  dainty nun's  veilihg-f, Mrs. Allison, black net,over'  '���'-  silk; Miss Warren, a  dainty white organdie   over   blue   taffeta, silk;   Mrs.-  .-, Mathison,- a pretty black gown trimmed  .-,,  with honitan lace; Mrs. Rendell,.black  ��� net oyer silk with sequins; Mrs.   A.. B.  .    W.   ' Hodges,    Grand    Forks,    looked.  ��� icharming; in  cream  etamine trimmed  "   with silk cluny and sequins over Nile  green   taffeta,  ornaments, pearls  and  diamonds;, Mrs.   T.   H.   Rea, . Grand  Forks, black net trimmed with sequins'  -".  over silk taffeta, ornaments, diamonds;  :* *Mrs. W7 .A.'   Williams, Grand   Forks,-  . cream silk trimmed .with real lace-Mrs,  .Elvie Taylor, Los Angeles, Cal., look-  '    e3 sweet in cream'silk trimmed with  cream, satin ribbon and faggoted .yoke:  Mrs. .Warren, grey  voile over'silk taf-  . r.fetp<-. and "ooked ��� decided smart;  Miss  .. .'English,   crushed   strawberry    satin;'  ���''7Ktrs. McAllister,   pale yellow silk with;  "--black lkce; Mrs. Fair;  black net over  *-..���' silk; Miss-West, wore a- dainty cream  gown and looked'decidedly chic; Mrs.  s _Elkins", black net over taffetasilk;Miss  "Wood, a dainty cream voile; Miss God-  dard, white organie; Mrs. Shaw, cream  -. with pale-blue velvet-shoulder straps;  .*v._Mrs. Williains,   white  organdie  with  ;.. ...chiffon: Miss Martin,  a. dainty cream  ���' .gown; Miss Whiteside; black net over'  " '��� "fa-ffe't'a' silk;: Mrs7 McLaine, black lace  -over-satin;-Mrs.  Ehrlich.  pongee silk;  ��� Mrs. Keffer, black silk skirt and cream  . ... silk 'waist;   Mrs.   Gray,   .Montreal, a  beautiful grey voile with.fafce to match;  '���- Mrs. (Dr.) Simmons,   blacl*r voile: over  ��� silk taffeta- with silk to "match; Miss  Schon.'���.black.-satin; Miss .Schon, white  .   -orga;ndie;  Mrs. Grierson,   black   silk;  Mrs. Coles, pink 'organdie; Mrs. W- T-.  'Hunter,   black' silk;    Mrs.   Stephens,  ���black voile over silk; Mrs..Hodge, blue  ; cashmere  with cream   applique;- Miss  __jCourtnev, cream silk: voile.     '_.. ���  100 head Indian pack ancl saddle ponies in dar I<.ac_..l��ts, f.o.tfv  Midway,'{ B. ^07' Unbroken. $10  per'head; broke to halter, $12;  broke to saddle, Slv.* ���  K. G. SIDLEY,  - Sidley, B. C.  CERTll-.CATl* Ml* THE REGISTRATION  OK AN KXTRA-l'ROVINCrAU  COMPANY.  . 7 - MINERAL ACT 1896;    -j\ 7  Certificate of Improvement.  ,-. ��� NOTICE... '  San Juan".and "Champion, Fractional" Mineral Claim situate in the Greenwood Miu-  ng Division of Yale District. Where  located:    In. Providence camp:  TAKE NOTICE that I.Isaac R. Hallfttt.Free  i Miner's Certificate No. B88584.  for myself, and  i as agent for Joseph Martin, Pree Miner's Certificate No. B8056S, intend, sixty clays from  the  date hereof, to apply tc the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown   Grants of tbe above  claims.  Aud further lake   notice  that  action, under  section 37, must be commenced be fore  the issuance of such Certilicate of 'Improvements,  'lateel this 4Ui da.v of "March A. D., 1905.  LI5,10 I. H. HALLETT.  '���Compaxius Act, 1897."  T HEKEBY CERTIFY that the "Spokane  JL Boundary Mining Company" lias this day  been registered as an Extra-Provincial Company tinder the "Companies Act, 1S97," to  carry out or effect all or any of the objects o(  the Company to which the legislative authority of lhe Legislature of Hritisli Columbia extends. ' ���       .  The head office of the Company is situate at  the City of Spokane, within tlie County, of  Spokane ami Stale of Washington.  ���Theamoiint of the capital of the Company is  one hundred llionsand dollars, divided into  one million shares of ten cents each".  Tlie head ofiice of the Company �����- this Province is situate al Greenwood.' aiid Arthur M.  Whiteside, Barrister, whose address is Rendell  Building, Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C, is  the attorney for the Company.  The time'of the existence of the Company is  SO years. .-..������'���  . Given under my hand aiid seal of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  30th day of January, one thousand nine  hundred aud live.  [L. s.T S.���*���*-. WOOTTON,  Registrar of'Joint Stock Companies.  The objects for which tlie Company has  bi'on established and register-id are :  The location, acquis!lisbii and operation of  mines and mining property, and dealing  generally in mining claims, both <iua.rlz and  .placer; the working, operating aud conducting mines, and acting as a miner uuder the  laws of Wasiniig-to*',aud when lawfully regis-,  tered, under the laws of .British-Columbia;, to  lease, work as a;partuer or otherwise', own'and  hold and control all charter of mining properties, and to equip the same with all character of machinery and necessary appliances;  to deal in and dispose of mines, and to let the  mining property of this Company to others to  work as lessees or'upon royalty, or in any  Other manner, deemed to be proper, by the  trustees; to build smelters, concentrator's',and  reduction works, and means of transportation  in connection therewith, including- trains and  railways; to acquire timber aud timber lands,  and real property of all kinds whatsoever; to-  smelt, refine, reduce and concentrate ores of  all persons whomsoever; *o deal in and dispose of real and personal property of all and  every character; to equip electric* plan'ts and  waterworks, and- to supply electrical power  aud water to lite public generally; to borrow  money and to issue debenture'and other bonds  therefor, and all character'of evidences of in,*-  debtedness; aud to mortgage hypothecate of  pledge by -mortgage, deed, dee'd, of trust pc  otherwise, any and all of the property of this  .Corporation to secure its indebtedness, and to  acquire funds for any.business deemed, expedient, proper or necessary; and to'do,-eacti;and  every act deemed by the directors of-this Incorporation necessary to carry out tlie gener.al  purposes of this Incorporation as herein set  forth. .'".-���. -.-.,��� v  ���"   -��� MINER AI, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  "La Tour" mineral claim, situate in tlie Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Whore-located:   Iu Copper.Creek camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett as  agent.for Kenneth C. B. Frith, .Tree Miner's  Certificate No. "*i5535'), and Charles Eltiug Merritt, Free Miner's Certificate No. B80141, 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. .    !  Aiid'further take notice that action, uuder  sectioti'37, must be commenced before theis-,  suance of such <.;ertificateof Improvements. -���  Dated this ISth dtty of April. A. D. 1904.  LIS 10 .'"-. I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE.  I have had stray animal on my  place since-middle of October last, yiz.  .a red heifer coming- three year-old, ho  ���- visible brand or mark of any. description.- If . not���; claimed within- three  week from date of.this insertion will  be sold to pay expenses.  Dated this 3rd day of March, 1905.  "'���    THOS.  WISTED, Rock Creek.  Chamberlain's   Colic,    Cholera   and  Diarrhoea   Remedy.  The great success of this preparation  in the, relief, and cure of bowel com-  plaints,has brought it into almost uni-  .yersal use./. It never fail.*"-, and when  ... reduced with water and sweelened is  .pleasant to take. It is equally valuable  for.children, and adults. For sale by  . a,ll druggists.-,_. ;  :S.:BARRY YU ILL  PRA-CTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  Used in H.B.K. Mitts, Gloves  and-Moccasins���tough as whalebone, flexible, soft, pliable, scorch-  proof, wind-proof, boil-proof,  crack-proof, tear-proof, iip-proof,  cold-proof, almost wear-proof���  certainly the greatest leather  ever used in mitts and gloves.  Like buckskin it is tanned  without oil, unlike buclcskin it is  not porous, it is wind-proof���will  outwear three buckskins.  "Pinto" Mitts and Gloves  never crack or harden, never get  sodden, are always warm, pliable,  soft and comfortable.  Sold at all dealers but never with-  out this brand :���  MINERAL ACT,  r  Certificate of Improvement. '  V    "*���'- NOTICE.  "Hurt ming Bird" Miiieral   Claim,  situate   in  '  -  the Greenwood   Mining Dnisior^ of Yale  District.  "Where.located: In Skylark camp.  TAKE7K0TICE that I. Isaac H. Hal  iett, acting as agent for Isaac & kid more  Free Miner's Certificate No, li 80S0S, intend.,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for .a Certificate of Improve  ments for the purpose of'obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim. -.  And further take notice" that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced.before the is-:  suauce of such Certificate of Improvement..  Dated this 2nd day of--March,. &. ���_"., 1905.  LIS 10 .;-' I. H: HALLETT.'. .  -���.inSTERAL, ACT. . .' 7  Cer I IXteJte of Improvement. 7 7  ,    .,-'' 77. NOTICE. ���    ���'    -7. .  "E-Pluribus Uuum", ''-Lancashire-. Fraction"  "' and "E. P. II. Fractional"- .Mineral Claims  .situate in  Greeuwood Mining Division of  ��� Yale District.     Wher* located:    In   Sky-,  - - lark camp. -.'''!.'.'.' '  TXKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H.^ Hallett. acting as "atjent for Willialm'-'T.  Hunter, Free Miners', Certificate, No. B8S759,  intend, sixty days from.the dat�� hereof,'; to  apply to the Milling Recorder* tor,. Certificates  of Improvements for the purpose ol obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims. ���  And further take notice that actions, under  section*37, must be commenced before the1 issuance of such certificates of improvements.   ���'  Dated this 23th day of February A. D. IPOS.',  LI510-.7'���:���'-''"������:> ".. I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT. '  Certificate of Improvemeat. ��� - -  -1 : i  NOTICE.  "Gold-Stand arc"-,' Mineral .Claim,, situate in the  ���'.*'��� Greenwood-���Miiilir'r^i-'-isfoii of Yale District.    Where located: On Ccauberry creek.  ''TAKE -XOTICJb lthat'_.'_.l"bert E. Asiicroft,  actiiiir as aireut for *\V. M. Law, Free Miner's  Certificate No.BSO57S, A. L. Piper, FreeMincr's  Certificate No. 1162040, and Robert Mathison,  Free Miner's Certilicate No. HaafiOO, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant to theabove claim.  , And further take notice that-actions;-.under,  section 37, nii*st be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements,    .  Dated this 4th day of .March, 1905    <>  LI510 ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  MINERAL; ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  K'OtflCB""-' ,. "^  "Pa"adori��" and "Sui|im.rest'' Mineral Claims,  situate in Ufa Osoyoos -Mining Division of  YaleDistrict. Where located: Two miles  east of Kettle River aud-one mile north of  Fire Valley-Cr^ek. '   .  TAKE NOTICE, that I, John B. Old.  'Free Miner's ' Certificate. No. B 83647,  acting as agent for Arthur.-"-Hi Old, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS3648, and- Wm.  H. Paije, Free Miner's Certificate No. B83649,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  r>f Improvements for the puTpose of obtaining  a Crown Grants of the abovc.ciaims  And further tiike notice thnt action, under  section 37, must be,commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated -liis 12th day of January A   D., t9QS.  JOHN B. OLD. Fire Valley, B.C.  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  ^Montreal    Winnipeg    Dawson. 2'  MINERAL   ACT.  E.'-Vd,  BISHOP  PLUMBER  0- s: FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND  CREAM  Delivered .Daily to any part  of tli^city;*;   -7  .'���"v MINERAL ACT. j  Certificate of Improvements;  .,   ;-,,,.-      ���  -NOTICE.,  "���Globe" ijlineral Claims, sliuatedin th'e'Green-  ; \voodsMihing}DiVision? of- Yale District.  ; Where located:   'In Deadwood camp.  *  TAKE NOTICE hiat:i;LC:.i_; Shay,*, agent  ���for William Law, Free;' Miner's-.Certificate .No B 80518, and " Joliu Gray", Free  Miner's Certificate No. B80S51,-. intend sixty  days from' the'date hereof, to applysto the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve-  nnsnts, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  \nd further take notice that action, iindet  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificated Improvements.  Dated this 29th day of Dcccmbtr A D. 1904.  C. JE. SHAW, P.L.S.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  7       NOTICE '.   .'; '   ,.  ���'Meadow View No. 2" Mineral Claim, situate  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: One mile nortli  of Fire Valley Creek aud four miles east of  Kettle River."  TAKE NOTICE that I, John B. Old acting  . agent for mysel f Free Miner's Certificate  No. B 83647, 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, tinder  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of I mprovements.  Dated this 12th day of January, A.D: I905.  JOHN B. OLD, Fire galley, B. C.  MINERAL ACT...  f  l  fl  v RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and sontii to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.   7'  Leave  '  Arrive  9:50 a.  m.  Spokane  6:20 p. ni.  10:55 a.  m.  '". -Rossland ,  -' 4:55 p. m.  9:20 a.  tn.  "." -^Nelson   .- -. j  ,6:30 p.-tn.  .11:20 a.  m.  Grand Forks  ,'3:33 p.\m  9:50 a.  tn.  Phoenix  5:20 p, ni.  8:00 a.  m.  Republic  8:30 p. m.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and Nelson^  Effective March 5th,-1.05   ���_,"���'"���  In Connection With'"  GMT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  Certificate of Improvements.  \ 7NOTICE.       '"''7;--  1 .    ��� '-���  "Wallace Fractional" Mineral claim,, situate  in the Greenwood Miiilitg- Dtvlsi6n of Yale  District. - Where  located:     Ia^. Graham's  Camp.      ;    -. .���'.��� .'.'���' 7 ' 7 "'V ' :-  TAKE NOTICE:,that I, Forbes,M. Kerby,  Free Miner's Certificate No.B746l5, intend,slxty  days from the'date hereof, to apply t<$ the. Mining Recorder for a.Certificate of Improysments,  for the purpose.of ..tattling- a Crown Grant  of the above claim. -....   ;  And further take notice that  action,' under  sectlou 37, must be commenced before'.the issu  ance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th-day of January, A.D71905.  . ���', .FORBES M. KER.BY.  TICKETS All-To POINTS  ���" '     .      " "SHORT  LINE TO ���  ST. PAUL, DULUTH, JVLNNEA-  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALL POINTS  EAST. SEATTLE,'TACOMA VICT-  ORIA, PORTLAND and all t ACITTIC  * COAST-POINTS.*-,: 7 7-  Th rough Palace; a.nd Tourist Sleepers,  Dining and^ Buffet Sinoking- Library  ,-'--.   ��� , ��� >"������    -car.     .   ..���'...-,���  2 Fast Trains Daiiy 2  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE, tn  "Porto I Reco" Mineral claim, situate in die  Greenwood Mining Division of Osoyoos  Dintrict. Where located: In Dayton camp  adjoining the Dayton mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, SynrlevM. Johnson.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B8iiS15. for  self aud as atrcnt for Jane Russell,Frec Miners  Certificate No. BSSs'S. and Blanche Lawder,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B7+694. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mininir Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grant of the above ciaim.  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced "before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 2nd. day of February, A. D.. 190S.  '   SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CORNATION Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District-     Where  located:       In    Providence  ' ��� camp.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, T. H Patterson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B856**0 for  srlf and as administrator for a Ferguson. Free  Miners Certificate No. B856S9, and as agent for  H. V. Fuller. Free Miners Ccrti ficata No. B80536  intend sixty daya from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining recorder for a certificate of Im  provements, for the prrpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And farther take notice  that  action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 2nd day of December. A.D. 1994.  T. H. PATERSON  For rates, folders and full 'information reg-arding-- trips,->,call on or address a ag-etit-. of the.S;' P. & N. Railway, or  H. B_ANnT,  ,-    ,_,-��� ",C. E.%&,^p.,A,,  7_l'-W.'r-iversi_'eA,ve  Spokane, Wasb  ...,7 ^MINERAL ACT, *',?�����:��� ,.'  Certificate of IraBrovements.  7 '*'   ' '���-. 7 NOTICE. ;:       ., 7 -������  LITTLE RUTH.Mineral Clalm./sltuate in  the Greenwood Mining Division* of Yale  District. ��� Where located: In Dea'dwood  Camp, adjoining the Moreen Mineral claim .  TATCE NOTICE that 1, Sydney-Ml; Johnson .'acting as agent for Frank J.'-Miller  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 80502; Wm. M.  Law, Free Miner's Certificate No. -B 80518 and  John Lucy Free Miner's Certificate No.*B 86301,  .iiitend, sixty davs from.the date" hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for: a* certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of ob-  taitiiiig a crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he commenced before the l��su-  ance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D., 1905.  SYDNEY M.. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  No. 9 Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.    Where  located:   In   De-edwood   Camp   adjoluing  , the Buckhorn Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE'that I Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for Pat HicVey, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 80496, Frank J. Miller, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 80S02, Wm.  M, Law. Free Miner's Certificate No. B, 8O5I8,  H. L. Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B, 8o*t*S, and Duncan Mcintosh, Free  Miuer's Certificate No. B85697, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to applj.t'o tho Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  foi the purpose of obtaining a Cro\yn Grant of  theabove claims. :  And' further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such .Certificate of Improvements.  :  Dated this 3r. day of March, A.-D.. 1905.  SYDNEY M.JOHNSON.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO J; P. WELLS.or to any person or persons  ���7   to whom he may have transferred hia interest in the Astro fractional mineral claim  situated in the Greenwood Mining Division  -d'f-YaleTJistrlct.^  H. A. Jackson,  g.���_, &P.--A.,  Spokane  Wash.  CANADIAN  ... RAILWAY . . .  LOWEST RATES  BEST TIME  EAST  TORONTO,  MONTREAL, '   "   ���  NEW YORK, '  MARITIME PROVINCES  NEW ENGLAND.  WEST  VANCOUVER,  VICTORIA,  SEATTLE,  CALIFORNIA POINTS  UNEQUALLED PASSENGER SERVICE  Standard and tourist sleepers, couches  and dining* cars. '  TOURIST SLEEPER SERVICE  -IST-poT1 Leave Revelstoke Monday, AV*ed-  VV Lul nesday, Tnursday, Saturday for  Seattle and Vancouver.  for Toronto  For "Moiit-  For Boston Friday.  YOD are hereby notified that.I .have expended the sum of $100.00 (one hundred  dollars for assessment work on ab*b.v.e;.mention-  edclaims,such being required and? tfecessary to  hold the same for the year ending 29th Dec.  W04, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  and Amending Acts, and if at tne expiration of  . ninety days from tlie, date" of. the first publication of 7tb.ifi notice iii. tlfe'."B.bundary Creek  Tinies" you: fail or refuse to"contribute your  portion of such expendlhtie namely $25.63 rlue  by you J. P. Weils, together -with all  costs of advertising, your interests in said  mineral claim shall become vested in me  (your co-owner'upon filing in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by .section  4 of the-"Mineral Act Amendment AC. 1900."  "Dated this 24th day.of February, 1904.  S. H. STINGLEY.  Notice of Forfeiture,  *p" * C'p   Leave  Dunsmore   Jet.  ���c'-"kJ-'-    Wednesday and Sunday  real, Monday aud Friday,  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP AGENCY  Through bookings to and  from Great  Britain and the continent.  For rates,  folders,  and  tickets apply-  to local agents or to  E.-R. REDPATH,   Agent,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  E. J. COYLE,      J.  A.G P.A. Vancouver  S. CARTER,  D.P.A. .let.oii  To ANDREW HAMILTON, or to any person  or persons to whom he may have transfered  his interests in the GREAT LAXIE and  TWIN mineral claims sitnate at Summit  Camp in the Greenwood Mlnius Division of  Yale District.  YOD arc hereby notified that wc have expended the sum of $200.00 for work on the  above mentioned claims and $3.00 for'recording  he same for an assessment on each,   such be-  ng required and necessary to hoi    the said  claims for the year ending the 3rd day of September, 1904, under the provisions of,the Mineral Act and  Amending Acts: and if at the  expiration of  ninety   days from   the  dateof  first publication of this notice- in the Boundary  Creek Times, you fail or refuse to contribute  yonrportion of such expenditure namely, 568.33  together with all costs of advertising your in  terests in said mineral claims shall become le- .  vested in us (your co^owtiers] upon filing in the  proper oftice'.in that behalf the affidavit re  quired   by  Section   4  of  the    "Mineral   Act  A mending Act, 1900."  Dated thisi.2nd dav of December, 1904.  THOMAS KERMEEN  THOMAS CORKHILL.     "  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "SLATE FORMATION" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greeuwood Mining Division of  Yale District.   Where located: . In Smith's .  cam p.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, us  agent for Kenneth C; B. Frith, Fre*  Miner's Certificate No. B85629, . intend sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  forthe purpose of obtaining a Crown Granrof  the above claim. '  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before ths-  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. *  Dated this 21st day of December, A. D., 1904.  I. H. HALLETT.  fi V-l  ~-.\  77'  BOUNDARY   6r����K  TIM&&  C. J.-McArthur is engaged hauling a  steam plant to the Bay mine.  The Cascade Power   Co.'s   plant is  likely to be enlarged this year.  It is understood  that   a  new boiler  will be installed   at   the   Providence,  mine shortly.  Frank McFarlane, a well 'known  pioneer of the Boundary district; has  gone to Tonapah, Nev. ���'���        ;f  Last week saw a new record estab-  lished-by Boundary smelters, the total  amount of ore treated reaching 20,274  tons;, ______      '.'���  Hardy brothers, of Grand Forks,  have concluded a contract for lime  with the Granby smelter company. It  calls'for delivery w'ithin niriety days,  Fifty-men are at work 'enlarging the  plant of the Weat Kootenay Power &  Light Co., at Bonnington Falls on  Kootenay river, the supplementary  power to be distributed in the company's territory.  Ore shipments this week were as  follows: E.P.U., 45 tons; Skylark, 60  tons. There are large accumulations  of ore at the Last Chance and Bay  mines'which"can'not:'be "shipped until  the roads' improve.;  The Lake Mining Co. will expend  $750 per month as a starter in the  development of its: group in Skylark  camp.  Diamond drilling- still continues on  the Monarch for the Granby Co., and  in a short time development, in the  way of stripping, will be started.  J. N. C. Jenckes, of the Jenckes Machine C07 Sherbrooke, Que., visited  the Boundary this "week. He was here  Wednesday, accompanied by R. P.  Williams, B.C. agent of the company.  Mr. Jenckes inspected the smelters and  big mines.  The recent strike on the Sally mine,  West Fork, has proved to be remarkable. The carload of ore shipped from  Midway yesterday- to the Trail smelter  sampled $250 per ton. Another car  load will be shipped next week. The  output is 2]/2 tons per day, the vein  being 30 inches wide.  A rich' strike of grey copper is reported from -.the Athelstan fraction,  ��� Wellington "camp. Ttie>haft has attained'a depth*, of 35-feet. ' .The property, is owned' by. P:" B. Nelson, John  Buckley and" Forbes M. Kerby. t  ��� 'A7s'niair hoist was installed at the  sikylark last week, for the purpose of  continuine , the sinking -of the .shaft.  A night force of eight meu was added  to the crew at the property on Saturday. ' Some exceptionally rich ore was  encountered' this week; in the regular  course of stoping.  Work was discontinued last week at  the Senator mine in Summit camp,  and the last car of ore shipped to the  Granby smelter. The property was  under lease and bond to the Granby  company and has been worked for several months, some 3000 tons of ore useful as a flux having been shipped from  A 25 h.p. boiler and a Snow pump  are being installed at the Bay mine.  It is intended to begin the work of  sinking forthwith. Since drifting ana  stoping wer.e started, from the 40-foot  level about 70 tons of ore have been  extracted. - The ore house is filled, the  first grade quality exceeding 35 tons-  Piled outside are 25 tons of second  grade ore. The Bay will"be unable to  ship until a wagon road is built. So  far all efforts to- secure aid from the  provincial government.have failed.  worthy of. Two or three cars of material have been taken to the mine last  week, andthiee shifts will be employ-  ed'in taking but the water.  AMBULANCE FUND*  A meeting was held at Mayor Naden's  office Friday nigl-t, March 3rd, to consider ways and means for providing a  public ambulance on behalf of the city  and surrounding camps. After discussion it was decided to call a' public  meeting for Monday, March 13th at 8  p.m. in Eagle's hall. Everybody is  cordially invited to attend. Steps will  likely betaken to appoint a committee  with authority to canvass for subscriptions throughout the district. The  proposition is one well worthy of public support. Randolph Stuart, the acting secretary, has written the Vancouver City hospital enquiring for data  respecting- the cost of an ambulance,  etc.  the glory<' h<^e of the property. ,-Th'e  ore,h'aying give'n'put, practically,^work  was stopped   and" foreman  Rogers is ' and,: some"  good'oi-cHas been'sent out.  The Minnehaha Copper Mining company, operating near Danville, Wash.,  has concluded to develop .that property  on a large plan. Plans are now being  made to extend- the big tunnel from  the foot of the hill to cut the Minnehaha vein at depth. The total length of  the tunnel will be about 1000 feet, and  will be. the longest tunnel in that .ec-  tion of the country. The tunnel has  been started and is now ih a'distanc'e  of about 2S0 feet. When completed the  big- hole will open up most.of the veins  on Minnehaha hill, and will be of  inestimable value to the camp. The  company .has been steadily developing-  the properties.for the'past three years','  A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election to Chairnberlain's Cough  Remedy.  "I can heartily and conscientiously  recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for affections of the throat and  lungs," says Hon. John Skenick, 220  So. Peoria St., Chicago. "Two years  ago during a political campaign, I  caught cold after being overheated,  which irritated my throat and I was  finally compelled to stop, as I could not  speak aloud. In my extremity a friend  advised me to use Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. I took two doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses  when I found the next morning the in  flammation had largely subsided. I  took several doses that day, kept right  on talking through the campaign, and  I thank this medicine that I won my  seat in the council." This remedy is  for sale by all druggists.  Its the April hatched pullets that Lay  the Fall and Winter Eggs,  This next week is the  best time to set for your April chicks.  PANNELL   will hatch your eggs more cheaply than you can run a small  , incubator.      Having had several years experience  how its done.  he knows  WRITE    FOR    TERMS   FOR  COMMENCES  FIRST   SETTING   WHICH  /Oth   MARCH.  H. H. PANNELL  MIDWAY. Bv- G.  ���*  ����#e#-.^#-:*-#*''#-��*#***#''rf#&#^ **���  listen:  WE WANT YOUR TRADE  and are always wide awake   to satisfy your  wants���not like the policemen who sleeps his  shift through.  For  i  Good Dinner  or Short  ...Try The...  ...WINDSOR CAFE...  HARRY C0UTTS. Proprietor  <&ifGifif#if��B��B*  --��� :���'��������'-  ft.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft"  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  Order  DIES!  now busy at the Winnipeg.  Saturday the new ore crusher recently installed at the Granby mines, was  put i-qti-' commission and is being run  light for a .few-clays, after which it vvill  do regular duty. Like the one installed two years ago at the Knob'Hill  mine, it has a rated capacity of-150  tons of ore per hour or 3600 tons every  24 hours. The two big machines'thus  have a crushing capacity' of 7200 tons  each 24 hours   if driven to their full  capacity.  T. H. Rea, general manager of the  Bctts and Hesperus mine, Hardy  mountain, was a visitor here this week.  He reports that the compressor plant  recently installed is working nicely. A.  tunnel being driven to intersect the  main ore zone at depth has already  been extended 150 feet and has'cross-  ciit an ore shoot fi fteen feet in thickness. The mine will start shipping to  the Granby smelter via the Great  Northern railway early in May.  Negotiations are now-pending where-1  by W.   T.  Hunter,   of  this city, will  secure a bond   on   the   Seattle mine,  "^���loca'tecT-ten ,;mil��s nQ.tli, of Grr.n'd Forks  , on theli'fortj^ork-'df"'the K'ettie.jriveri  The deal has riot yet been completed',  but it is1 expected that the papers in the  transaction will receive the,signatures  of the interested   parties in a...day pr,  two.     The Seattle is owned by Robert  Clark, the locator, and Hay,-McCallum  '*& Wright of Grand Forks,  .-���The  .ostoti Commercial says: ; British Columbia Copper company issued a  .-statement.of its condition at..the_close  "of business Nov. 30, 1904V Tit gives t'h'e  surplus earnings for two vears as $88,-  922, which would amount'to'about. 15  cents per  share  annually on  its out-  '- standing: ; 315,150    shares... of   stqek.  CwitHin-'this two'year's the' reporfMa. s,  73,258   shares of treasury  stock have  been disposed of,  and  $320,780  have  been expended upon additions to plant  and .in acquiring new.min ing interests.  It is not stated whether or not the cash  thus expended was the.amount receiv-  7ed .for .the stock-sold.. It .is declared  "-.'that'the. mines   have7quite-as 'mudi  more ore in sight and proved,as at the  time qf the last report.  There is now considerable ore on the  dumps, and more is blocked out: The  company is'said- to be in-good, shape  and to have sufficient funds to' finish  the work'contemplated.   "  James H: Wells, of Chicago, returned  home last week after a complete .in  spectiou- of the high grade mines of  this camp. As a result of his visit, it  is likely that Mr. Wells iwiil -become  interested in one or two propositions.'  Mr. Wells> was shown over the camp  by Alex Miller qf_ this_city. !_Before  leaving for Chicago Mr. Wells stated  that the high grade properties in the  vicinity of Greenwood had impressed  him very favorably; in fact he regarded the mining- outlook as exceptionally  bright. In his opinion all the camp  needed was a little' mor. publicity in  American investing centres in order to  divert here much of the capital that is  now being.invested in Mexico, Arizona'  and Nevada. Mr. Wells, accompanied  by Mr. Miller, visited Phoenix and  were shown through the Granby mines  by Mr. Hodges, , the general superintendent. He stated tha'tptne size of the'  ore bodies far surpassed his most sat.  guine expectations. -  This week we are opening  up a very choice assortment  of the following lines:  Lace Curtains,  Sheets and  Pillow Gases,  Bead Spreds  White  and  Colored.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft��ftftftftftftji-ft��ftftft-����ft��ft#ft��ft����>:mft��#ftftftftft-��ft��ftftftft#ft0��-��������*��ft'  Have You ?  Made that resolution to begin the new  year right by buying ;your Meats, Fish,  Etc.  at the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  Call up  That's us  The goods" are of the latest  designs -��� and patterns, and  the price is the price of the  O I C--the lowest.     ���  [IIFilKl  D  D  ATL.  -IirillfTT* .   O      4"*l4_  vYniiE <*riAr  rfbpSr  Operation^wer _, resumed last week  at the Winnipeg "-.."mine, Wellington  camp, after a close down of some sixteen months and the sale of the prop-;  erfyTov's_tis_v'~the laborleins against  it. A couple of weeks ago VV*. T. H\ifi-  tetr, Ci _D. Hunter, James Hunter, ".S.  Macy and A. B. W. Hodges made a bid  -for the property ,to Judge, Leamy, of  th^-cdunty'toisrt, Jtnd It was accepted.  The Granby^ Co. has made an agreement for a bond on the Winnipeg, the  -price riot Beiiig���made'public, but it is  believed to be in the neighborhood of  $i_|6o6. Several thousand feet ;.of���  development has been done- on the  Winnipeg in the past, the mine having  a 350.-fodtfsliajftv with much drifting.  It has a small machinery plant, including air compressor, pumps, hoist,  etc., with bunkhouse. A spur, of the  (J.P.R. jwas, built to the mine in 1899,  and altogether some 5,000 tons of ore  were shipped to the several, smettecs.  The.company, however, operating the  Winnipeg-.'-was always hampered for  funds, and "was unable to give it the  development   it   was   believed   to   be  0^XK>OOO0O0O<>O<><>0O0<>O0<>CiM>O<>  H. BUNTIG  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  "���Turned .Work and  Inside Finish,  ..Etc....  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  .OEENWOOD,  B.X. i  \ ]. P. FLOOD,     Prop, j  I FRED.  FIRE. LIFE <&  Insurance   I  g ACCIDENT.... _  1 STOCKS AND SHARES A SPECIALTY 1  ��*_ LOCAL AGENT FOR C. P. R. LANDS. ~g  _<^ ���?*__>  g  OPPOSITE P0ST0FFICE, GREENWOOD, B. C. ||  *��**y*��-'*J-'*J-'*.---'J'*��**��^  ��> ���-  ���   . ��� .' ���   - ���  ' i*'  ���  t  DEALERS IN  1 FURNITURE, * CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD.  . '������    �� WV    >A  S   7   7    . .  t**jf j. as*j*?t?2?���jCaf*ar���*��^'_ra6*at~__>*e**r..  IS. & GrierSviil  HOUSE "-V:?   7  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  Nice Stock of Wall  Pacer to choose from"  Opposite theB. C. Hotel in Building formally occupied by the  7   , "Pbst.ffipe.    Phone 15.; .-'-.  urns  5 Greenwood, B. C. 5  ��p ��t ^- �����? tf & F &'f tf j? *P sf jr? jf" ie* p  ^��^*XMX*^Mt*-<MXMX*��x*��':M>!~x*��>X">'>6  0��-o��a0-��o-tf0��ea��o-��o*��o-aa��ao��->y��0<i��e��0��0atf��  B  B  B  B  ft'  tf  _  ��  O  O  B  ��  ��  ��  a  B  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ��  ?0ft?ft!C-��9eftftftft0ft9ftOftfteeeaeftefteQ��ft��fte��oa-9��eftftft-9ft*ftft****  &Co.  Greenwood,  -B.C. BOUNDARY  GREEK  TIMES.  TO WN TOPICS  Enderby has been incorporated.  Light delivery wagon for sale.���H.  T. Clint.  Mrs. Villandrie left Wednesday for  Goldfields, Nev.  Mrs. A. I'raser has returned from a  trip to Vancouver.  Robert Wood, of this city, is at the  coast on business.  Mrs. F. Griffin is a patient at the  Sisters' hospital.  Phoenix is adding to the equipment  of its fire brigade.  D. Wilson, inspector of schools, was  a visitor here this week.  L. B. and Mrs. Hodge intend visiting Europe this summer.  Geo. Cunningham, mining recorder,  has returned from the coast.  J. McGregor, provincial mining inspector was in town this week.  A. Young, well known as "Reddy,"  leaves today for Goldfield,.Nev.  R. G. Sidley, of Sidley, B.C., was a  visitor in the city on Wednesday.  Capt .Alex Currie is engaged this  week collecting road and dog taxes.  Dr. Henderson has purchased Frank  Rover's thoroughbred trotter, Sapolio.  H. P. Dickinson, agent of the Giant  Powder Co., visited Greenwood this  week.  Phoenix has increased the salaries of  its city clerk, chief of police and  watchman. -...-.  Hedley people want the government  telephone line extended to the Boundary district. \. ������'��...  'J. G. Billings, secretary of the Yale-  Columbia Lumber Co., was a recent  visitor here.  J. H. Fox, contracting.freight agent  of the C.P.R., Nelson, B.C., was here  on Wednesday.  The sixth annual ball of Greenwood  Miners' Union will be held in Masonic  hall on March 17th.  The first daily passenger trains over  the Great Northern extension to Phoenix, were run last Sunday.  The local branch of P. Burns & Co.  recently purchased 200 live hogs from  R. G. Sidley, of Sidley, B. C. ,  P��ncan Ross, M.P.,  was   a guest at  . the recent annual dinner of the parliamentary press gallery at Ottawa.  Mayor G. W. Rumberger is expected  to return to Phoenix from  his eastern  , trip about the middle of March.  Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McMynn and  Miss McMynn expect to leave shortly  on a trip to relatives in Scotland.  Norman McLeod, for many years in  the employ of the Greenwood E iectric  . Light Co., left Wednesday for Portland.  Judge Leamy, who has been seriously   ill   at   Grand  Forks   for the past  __month, _js reported  to   be slow! y  _*"*  proving,  Royer's stage service between Greenwood and Phoenix was inaugurated  last Sunday. It is doing a land office  business.  H. C. Shaw, formerly of this city, is  a member of the law firm of Williams,  Shaw & Walsh, recently formed in  Vancouver.  The initiatory degree will be conferred on two candidates at the regular  meeting of the Oddfellows, Tuesday  evening next.  For Wall Paper and new stock, see  Smith & McRae.  James Anderson, formerly of Grand  Forks and now of Seattle, Wash., ar  rived here Wednesday.  At the Presbyterian church Sabbath  evening the pastor will preach a special sermon to young men. Subject���  "True Manhood."  J. S. Carter, district passenger agent  of the C.P.R., was a visitor here Wednesday on one of his periodical tours  of the Boundary district.  The regular monthly meeting of the  Curling club will be held this evening  when reports respecting the proposed  new rink will be presented.  Members of Phoenix, Aerie No. 158,  Fraternal Order of Eagles, are arranging to give their fourth annual ball on  Tuesday evening, March 14th.  For Sale���Furniture and furnishings  of six-roomed house, including Singer  sewing machine. Apply to K M.  Stephens, cor. . Kimberlev and Ida sts.  Bruce Craddock of Greenwood, holding ticket, No. 151, won the house and  lot at Ehiblt, raffled byO. H. Becker at  the Hume hotel, Nelsony Monday night.  G. A. Rendell, formerly of tliis city  and late of Armstrong, B.C;, will  shortly resume the management-of the  business of the Eholt Trading Co. at  Eholt. -'���'���-  Miss English, of this city, leaves  shortly for Spokane. She purposes  entering St. Luke's hospital with the  object of taking a course, in trained  nursing.  The Bank of British North America  has just declared a dividend of thirty  shillings per share, or at the rate of  six per cent, per annum.  The numerous friends of Mrs, Joseph  Trainer will be pleased to learn that  her health has greatly improved since  her, removal to Kamloops several  months ago.   ���' l  The marriage of John Gillis and  PKoebe Johnson, both of Sidley, B.C.,  was celebrated there this week and the  young couple is coming in for hearty  congratulations.  Mr. and-Mrs. Sam Larsen, of the  Riverside hotel, Rock Creek, were  in town Wednesday. Mrs. Larsen is  on her way to the coast where she will  spend several months.  A. B. W. Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby smelter, recently purchased an automobile and will  utilize it this summer in making trips  between Grand Forks and Phoenix.  The Great Northern  excursion! from  I Phoenix to Spokane takes place on the |  ���16th inst.     Royer's stage line will sell!  round trip tickets between here  and j  Phoenix for $1.50, payable in advance.  Duncan Ross, M.P., has arranged  for the establishment of a sub-port of  customs at Phoenix. Wm. Delahay,  president of the Phoenix Liberal association, has been appointed collector  of customs.  The ladies of the Methodist church  served an old-fashioned dinner in the  premises adjoining White's drug stce  Wednesday night. The menu consisted of baked be.ins and brown  bread.   -Quj^^a^^j^d^gnie   sutn^was  is a follows: Northbound���leave Spokane, 9:30 a.m.; arrive Grand Forks,  3:40 p.m.; Phoenix, 5:20 p.m. Southbound���-eave Phoenix, 9:50 a.m.; Grand  Forks, 11:20 a.m.; arrive Spokane, 6:20  p.m.  G. Clark, western supt. of the Great  Northern Express Co., was in town  this week arranging for the handling  of express business between Greenwood and Phoenix. Frank Royer, the  stage line owner, it is understood, will  be appointed bonded carrier,  James Alexander, western representative of the Dominion Drug Co.,  Hamilton, Ont., paid his first visit here  this week. He was introduced to the  trade by Peter Ross, who is now  travelling for Seely's American perfumes. Mr. Ross has been coming  here regularly\for seven years.  A L. White, the furniture dealer,  writes from Colopaxia, Col., that he is  recovering from a severe attack of the  grippe. He has already visited Pueblo,  Victor, Cripple Creek, and Canyon  city. He intends to take a trip to  Mexico before returning to Greenwood.  R. A. Brown, the well known pioneer,  trapper and mining man, well known  under the sobriquet of "Volcanic" and  "Sunset," was arecent visitor here.  Mr. Brown is also achieving fame as a*  winemaker. He has just placed on the  market a limited supplv of wine manufactured out of the juice of Oregon  wild grape and describes it as "a great  spring tonic." James McCreath, of  this city,has been appointed wholesale  agent for Phoenix, Greenwood and  Midway and is prepared  to  fill orders.  K. M. Stephen, bookkeeper of .the  Hunter-Kendrick Co., leaves next  month for Grimsby, Ont., where he  will engage in  business   on   his  own  account. Mr. Stephen has spent the  past five years in the Boundary and  earned the esteem of all classes of  citizens. Mrs Stephen will precede  him as she will start for the east next  week. The departure of Mr. and Mrs.  Stephen from Greenwood will be  deeply regretted.  Crockeey of all descriptions for sale  cheap.���H. T. Clint. '  I.O.O.F. AND GENERAL NOTICE.  A special train G. N. will leave  Phoenix Thursday evening, the 16th  inst., for Grand Forks at 6 o'clock and  return 3 a.m. Royer's stage line will  make connections each way from  Greenwood. The Oddfellows are having a gathering at Grand Forks for  the occasion when five lodges are expected to be present and con fer degrees.  Further particulars from the secretary.  House and Lot For Sale  Four roomed House and Lot oh  Church St., corner South-east of school  house. For particulars apply at premises.   Piano for sale, easy terms.  AGENTS WANTED-  realized. .  The Citizens Band will give their  first open air concer: this season at  the corner and Greenwood sts. on Sunday afternoon next, weather permitting. Programme will be as follows:  March, Scott's Special, Phillips;  waltzes, The Crescent, Allee; medley  march, Blue Bell, Morse; melodies from  Faust, Gounod; characteristic march,  Noisy Bill, Losey; Idyll;, meditation,  Morrison; march, Blaze Away, Halz-  man. ��� " .  The new Great Northern time card  which became operative  last Sunday,  BR MATHISON  "      DENTIST  Opposite Post Office ���  .REENWOOD    ��-      -      B G,  |fc BOUNDARV VALLEY LODGE  ������^mP*^      No. 38,1.0.0. P; '  ���  Meets every   Tuesdar Evening at 8 00 in the  I. O. O. *.. Hall.    A' cordial nivi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning "bretkern.  W. Elson Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  Mission  Furniture  Simplicsty of character are the  distinguished features of this  Furniture.  Made of SOLID OAK  in weathered  finish���(a dark]  dull finish, showing the grain  of the.wood.)   We stock sever-  al.sty les,_but_can_make to_y_our|  order  any   pattern   you   may  submit and guaiantee our work j  equal to any imported at prices  , as. low or lower.  LET US HEAR FROM YOU I  5��  MMinmm  VICTORIA, B.C  We have been in business here just a little over a year, and altho  the past year was not a brisk one in the Boundary, yet our prescription trade increased steadily during the time.    '  Our dispensary and stock is always open for your doctor's in---  vestigation, he knows we handle the best goods, and that they  are always fresh.  You Don't Know It Let Us Prove  Suit Case Free!  In order to establish customers  throughout the western country  we are giving __,__ with every  Suit order a Handsome Suit Case  which we ship the Suit in.  Suits Made to Order $12 Up  Your choice of a variety of colorings and weaves  including all the newest patterns. All trimmings  are the very best. , Fit and workmanship guaranteed. Pants made to order $3 up, and other garments at correspondingly low prices. All CI0M103  made exactly to your measure, subject to inspection and return if not satisfactory. Self Measuring  Chaifc and Samples of Cloth free.   Address:  Applications will be received by th��  undersigned for the position of Agent  for this locality. One willing to canvas preferred. " Good position to the  right man. Apply, Occidental Loan  & Savings Co., P. O. Box 152, Vanr  couver, B. C. ,7  A. BREMNER, CARP, ONT.  Boundaryflelen Gold Mining Co.  Limited Liability.  NOTICE is hereby .(riven that a special general meeting- of the shareholders of the  above named:Companv -will be held at (the office  of the Company at Greenyood, B. C, upon the  29th day of March. A. D. 1905, at the hour of  three o'clock in the afternoon, to consider and  if deemed aivisable, to pass a resolution to  to authorize the sale of the Helen Mineral,  claim, for cash.  Dated this 18th day of February, A. D. 1905.  M. J. M. Wood,  ��� Secretary.  NEW ST��CK  1905  JUST ARRIVED  THE LATEST AND MOST  BEAUTIFUL   PATTERNS   TKE   MARKET  AFFORDS,  Our idea is to give the purchaser strictly new and up-to-date  goods���to give all that excellence, good taste, and -good judgment can put into paper at reasonable prices���prices at which  you can afford to paper every room in your house this season.  Let us show you. For genuine snaps we have a number of  remnants in last year's patterns.  Smith & McRae  .Bopks,  Stationery,   Wall  Paper,   Photo   Supplies."  I  FOR THE BATH  TO SOFTEN THE WATER  USE  j Royal Velvet Bath Powder  I Violet Ammonia aud Bath Fume  BATH GLOVES   1  Al_l_Kinds, also^_ ^   Calefacio Bath Straps.  BATH BRUSHES  50 cents to $2.00 .v* .      ���{  English Violet Soap the only toilet soap for'., hard    )  water. -. '-���-: ���-.-"���. )  SP0NGES.....5 cts. to $5 .....SPONGES  WHITEfR��5v  Dispensing Chemists. GREENWOOD B. C.  Greenwood Liquor  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS  Sole Agents for PABST FAMOUS BEER.  Build up Your System With Iron Brew  JAS,. fflcCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  i

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