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 /^gUlii^-V7,  ��� ^>-  '^.  \~i    ^���07^1005     ��'*  11905  library  V  07 ���').  ���OOMPANY, LTD ���  TROUSERS  TWEEDS, SERGE AND CORDUROY  SPECIAL $2.00  j   .;."* .'.'/"   -.REfe-ITLAR-  *  V-.    ,'   '���   '���   i   S2.S0,"to S+.SO-  SHIRTS  CHAMBRAV AND GINGHAM NEGLIGEE  :���';���;",  m^,!,7'SPECIAL 90 cts.  GOATS odd  FROM BROKEN1 LOTS  SPECIAL $4,00  WORTH FROM  S6.00 to S3.00  w$4>,^-!|,H,w,i|,M-W'^4-^^W'*^'X,'^ ���i-'��x->,X',^,'i"X*',X"X*,x*''{,*t,%,-t','->C'-'i,v*'t''"  ���:��� .  I The .RflSSCll-I  %  y.  , We haye just: received a nice assortment of  |        FR��M . $6,0��   T��   $13,50  | . Suit Case;s' from S3.00 tb $13.50.     Grips from S2.75  * ' to' $5 00, and Telescopes from 60c to $1.50.  ���>  X   Our range of Gent's Fur'ni'shings, Hal  Y -���'.'������      .,*-.'���'}.. '��� '���: is '.complete a'nd'Wt r easoo-a  ts,.Shoes, Clothing, etc.  >mplete. a_!d-a:t reason able: prices'.*"  X,   For fancy and staple Groceries,   -we make it a practice to  "y'-'order^lightly^  X-.7 .,'.-, is always kept fresh. '   * -7  ���^*>*^X^*^,*-C>-1��X->-,Jih*3M8-*1il^M!^  ^rnimnit!!!Hmmm!H!niifmtiwi!iit!i!!U!iiiiin!!!ti!mfe:  I Bi  Our January Stock/Taking Sale  will commence on  V  | Saturday. January 7  This will be the largest sale in  '' ��� ��� a  the history of this store,     .  Our -winter stock is large and  must be reduced before Febru-'  '     ary 1st.    Prepare for the open--  ing da*ys. Brin? your cash and  : pick Up the Bargains.  See Hand 'Bills for Prices.  woo'n.  7-.7UAY. Ft;r.'SUA'RY  3 i'��05.  <no.  ?$  FATALITY  John   Byrnes   Killed    at  Senator   Mine.  Pick Came in Contact With a Missed  Hole,  A tragic fatality occurred at the  Senator mine, Summit camp, last Sunday morning- at 7:30 resulting.in the  death of John Byrnes and the injury  of John Rogers, the foreman, and two  miners, Arthur Marshall and Charles  Bolt. The accident was due to the  explosion of a missed hole. It is supposed that Byrnes' pick struck the  dynamite.  Mr. Rogers, who was standing immediately behind Byrnes at the time,  received some ugly cuts about the  head and other parts of the body. �� His  wounds, however, are riot of a serious  uature, and he is now able to sit up in  bed at his home at Grand Forks.  Arthur Marshall and Charlie Bolt  were also slightly injured. A fourth  manj named Steele, escaped without a  scratch.  The force of the explosion was so  great that it shattered the pick Mr.  Byrnes was using at, the time, of the.  accident.' Byrnes': head was7 nearly  severed from his shoulders, and he was  otherwise badly mangled.  Dr. Ndrthrop was immediately summoned, arriving at the scene of "the  accident about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and did everything possible to  relieve the suffering of the injured  men.  Coroner Kingston was also notified.  He decided that an inquest would be  unnecessary, as it was a case of purely  accidental death.  The remains of Byrnes were taken  to Grand Forks, and interment took  place there Tuesday.  Deceased leaves a brother, Patrick,  employed at the Brooklyn mine, Phoenix, and a sister in the Coeur d'Alene,  Idaho, country. He was a native of  Kentucky and was highly respected.  LOCAL NEWS.  SCHOOL PRINC1PALSHIP.  "^Air-Hv^Scriveny-of^^Vancouverv^who.  was recently appointed principal of the  local public school, at a salary of $100  per month, will not come after<all. He  has communicated with the . secretary  of the board asking to be relieved of  his engagement on the ground that he  could not secure a proper substitute to  fill his present position. Under the  circumstances the board of school  trustees had no other alternative than  to look for a new teacher. The position was subsequently tendered J. L.  Watson, assistant teacher in the Nelson public school. Mr. Watson has  accepted and will probably assume his  new duties nest week.  ^UiaimiiiiaiiiiUiiiiiunj.iiiiiiiuuiUiuiiuuiiiiuauuiiiiu^  Startling But True-  People the world over were horrified  on learning of the burning of a Chicago theater in which nearly six hundred  people lost their lives, yet more than  five times this number or over 3,000  people died from pneumonia in Chicago during the same year, with scarcely  a passing notice. Every one of these  oases of pneumonia resulted from a  cold ancl could have been prevented by  the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. A great many who had  every reason to fear pneumonia have  warded it off by the prompt use of this  remedy. The following is an instance  of this sort: "Too, much cannot be  said in favor of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy, and especially for colds and  influenza. I know that it cured my  daughter, Laura, of a severe cold, and  1 believe saved her life when she was  threatened with pneumonia."���W. D.  Wilcox, Logan, New York. Sold by  all druggists.  Birth���On Feb. 1st, the wife of H. L.  Johnston, of a son.  "Your Neighbor's Wife" will be presented at the . Auditorium Thursday  night by a strong company.  Mark F. Madden, president of the  Providence Mining Co., is expecting to  arrive here thiu afternoon from Chicago. He recently acquired the Goldfinch whose development is likely to be  undertaken at once.  The Midwinter number of the Phoenix Pioneer, published this week, will  take record as the most ambitious -journalistic achievement of the editor, W.  B. Willcox, A review of its numerous  features, illustrated and otherwise, is  reserved untirour next issue.  Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Johnson, Salt  Lake City, accompanied by P. W.  Livermore, New York, are guests at  the Imperial. Mr. Johnson is a well  known mining engineer. He has devoted the past week to an inspection of  various properties including those of  the Montreal & Boston Co. Mr. Johnson was shown over the camp by H. E.  Pemberton.  A special Gazette, issued Monday,  gives the names of the government appointees to the licensing and police  boards commissioners throughout the  province. Local appointments were as  follows: Greenwood���Licensing; Aid.  Parker and W. B. Fleming; police,  Aid. Mcintosh "and James Sutherland,  Phoenix���Licensing and police, Aid.  Roderick and Alex McDonald. 7  On Monday evening Rev. and Mrs.  McKee gave an At Home that was one  of the social successes of the season.  About fifty guests assembled to enjoy  an evening of pii The distribution of  the pi to its proper nooks in the floral  kingdom caused much hilarity. The  prizes to the most successful distributors were pies. The evening was concluded with solos by Miss Whiteside,  Mrs. Geo., Williams and Mrs. Oliver.  All the British Columbia, members  waited Tuesday on premier Laurier,  Emerson and Templeman, and asked  aid for the proposed Coast-Koptenay  railway. The delegation asked that  the goyernmeatguaranteethe principal  and interest up to the amount of  830,000 a mile. Sir Wilfrid said that  the government could do nothing at  present, but when the time came for  consideration of the usual railway subsidies the Coast-Kootenay would not  be forgotten. \.  A photograph is the product of materials, Light and Know How, and the  money value may be but a trifle but its  memories and associations may be  priceless. There are few homes that  dbnot contain=pictures^of���lovcd-ones  that money could not buy. If you have  not a picture of yourself, wife and  family, you should bave one; it is a  duty you owe to your friend and yourself. The -best is none too good and  the time to get one is now, while you  can get a first class cabinet picture  from $3 to $10 per dozen, according to  style and finish, at THE STUDIO, opposite the W indsor hotel. Crayons and  water colors at bedrock prices. Call  and see samples.  Rev. J. D. P. Knox, chairman of the  West Kootenay District Methodist  Conference, and Edgar W. Dynes, both  of Greenwood, arrived here Wednesday evening. Rev. Mr. Knox returned  to Greenwood Friday morning but Mr.  Dynes will remain here and. take  charge of the work of the Methodist  church. A public reception was held  Thursday evening. Rev. Mr. Knox,  Rev. Douglas and Mr. Dynes delivered  short addresses. The ladies of the  chu_ch served refreshments at the  close of the meeting and a most enjoyable time was spent.���Trail News.  There was a surprise party at the  residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. Scott  Galloway last Saturday night in honor  of their son, C. C. Galloway having  attained his majority. The visitors  included lady and gentlemen friends  of the young gentleman who was the  recipient of numerous good wishes and  hearty congratulations. An enjoyable  time was spent by all present. Mr.  and Mrs. Galloway entertained the  visitors very hospitably. Their son  was born in New Zealand twenty-one  years-a^gb1.  High Grade  270 tons  Mines Shipped  Last Month.  Last Ctiance Takes Front Rants as  Largest Producer.  Six mines in the local high grade  belt'shipped 250 tons of first class and  20 tons of second class ore during the  month of January. This surpasses all  previous records in the history of ,the  camp. These figures have been carefully compiled and may be regarded as  official.  The figures in detail are as follows:  Providence, 30 tons of -first class and  20 tons of second class ore; Elkhorn,  SO tons of first class ore; Last Chance,  43 tons of first class ore; Skylark, 20  tons of first class ore; Bay, 42 tons of  first class ore; E.F.U., 65 tons of first  class ore.  '  Large as these figures appear, they  promise to be almost doubled this  month as the Last Chance, employing  fourteen men, is about to [maintain  shipments of SO tons weekly. The  comparatively small output or. this  mine during January was due tothe  decision of the management to permit  the ore to accumulate on the dump,  pending arrangements 7fof a more'  favorable treatment rate. Henceforth  the Last Chance ore will be reduced at  the local smelter. The7 Providence  will also make a better showing as  operations were suspended for" several  weeks last month whilst the boiler was  being overhauled. The Providence, it  is stated, has now larger and richer ore  reserves thanat any period in its history. A noteworthy event was the'  discovery of the ore after crosscutting  through dykes on the 300 and 400 foot  levels; and likewise the" occurence pf  free gold on the former level.  Phil McDonald and James Sutherland are also entitled to hearty congratulations for the success they are  achieving with theElkhorn.A shipment  of 50 tons last month netted the high  net average of $147 per ton, according  to the smelter returns received from  -TraiUthis^veek.^^The^lcyl^k^ence^  forth will also largely increase its out- .'  put as the force has just been increased and drifting will be carried on  simultaneously. Duncan Mcintosh is  making good his determination to  place the E.P.U. in the front rank of  producers. Under his management  the mine is said to have been vastly  improved within the past few months  and the shipments now only rank  second in volume to those of the Last  Chance.    ���    .      ,i   '  The average value of last month's  output of first class ore from these  mines is conservatively estimated at  $100 per ton, and the second grade ore  amounting to 20 tons, is valued at $25  per ton.  The Strathmore mine will make a  carload shipment of first class ore,this  month, and thereafter will rank among  the regular shippers. The Barbara,  Coro-Canadian, Silver Cloud and Combination are expected soon to join the  procession. C. J. McArthur, of this  city, is executing contracts for hauling  ore from all the producers, with two  exceptions. There is every reason to  believe that Mr. McArthur will be  obliged to increase his equipment in  order to meet new and expanding conditions.  There are 145 miners employed in  mines and prospects in the high grade  belt. -,' *.-'  Don't forget "Your Neighbor's wife"  at the Auditorium Thursday night.  It will pay you to keep Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  in your home. It only co��t�� a quarter.  Sold by all druggists.  ��mo*__n  _J(SB BOUNDS  rx ��  T-K' TiMBS  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I.   H:   HALLET i  Bakkistkr,  SOI.ICITOK.  Notary   1'ubi.ic.  CaM��  Address:       haluctt."  7v .,���*'  V Hertford M'NeilPs  ^niihs   -j M���reillt, ,v M^vs  '  Tveibt-r's.  t '       .7  ���.'   ���'   *     ���-.' Ghef.nwooo.    a.    c.  ;-   . '       -* -  ������ _  MCLEOD & BROWN  Bakkisti-KS and Solicitors, .,  Notakies Public, Etc  ��� U Trices: Wallace-Miller block, Copper street,  |; Greenwood, B.C.  J. I*. Brows,,   . .    J. V. McLhoi>.  A.m  E. ASHCROFT.  7 ' Dominion and  ',<...-      ,       Provincial   Land Surveyor.  <*ining and Engineering Surveys.  tens i deuce:   Clnircli Si. 'Phone B15.  [i GREENWOOD, "B. C  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE. ,  , J BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  .QHARLES AE. SHAW.  j ';'-.-��� '��� -'Civil.Engineer,   .  Dominion    and    Provincial  'iLand Surveyor.  :������     C,   ..I'       ������'        'I       ,'       ' ���  Office witli Gaunce & WicUwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD, 7:      :      _       :\'.b:\ O.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  i-i'"<-I'-ccs.   by    a    coin'*.''-'  si'1 a1' outlay oL" capitnl  experts, -.a^ic*.:   i;-.   _x. _��_   -i  '.-rr:.^.Tr������'^.tr/r.sKW.T-frTi-i..  opinion that the scores  ,������*  veins surrounding Greenw-n<-<.  RICHARD 11. PARKIN  , A. t\. Can- Toe  C. E.  -*.;���   7 Surveyoriiritl Civil-Erigiiieer.  ..-Surveys'.on; Kettle   River   and   West  -Forkpromptly, attended .to  at "regular  "."'.,   '.,': 7.,.',-.. 7    ; prices."  ^"Address : ..FAIRVIEW   P.TO., B.. C-  W.H'.JEFFERY;  .7 Consulting flUninff Engineer.  ...Properties examined" and  reported   on.   Will.  Hake . charge... 6f''development w-orl..  -7f Correspondence solicited.  /GREENWOOD.  - ���    _.��� .-���������'  B.   C  , ,*7*-<><><KX)-0<H><>^  IW^-Asli-W Irispectipii  J .' When in Need of ;  | BLANK BOOKS,   :'      ��  g^'iSTATIONERY,    '   ���  IV,       OFFICE SUPPLIES,  g WALL PAPER,  ��     , CHINA AND  |< ' "    FANCY   GOOD!',  ^77 CIGARS AND       .  '<_*��� ^TOBACCOS,  C0L.ES & FRITH  <M>6<}<'"--0-b<KKH>0<-^^  iiari.,  ( Hi  all sides occur under ideal geological conditions and that their  exploitation promises * handsome  returns. T.he recent strike of  free gold in the 300-foot level of  the -Providence mine and the  continued improvement in 'values  should convince the most skeptical  respecting the .question of permanency of tne veins at vast  depths. ' The camp, as time will  tell, is only in its infancy, aud  Greenwood, will yet see not fifteen  high grade .propositions undergoing development but' one hundred big dividend payers in 'the  valley of Boundary creek. Indulgent nature has deposited her  riches of gold and silver on the  adjacent hillsides in endless profusion. This isaheritageof which  our citizens may well feel proud.  Already .the effects of the'increasing activity- in ��� local mining  circles; are'reflected in the improvement of business conditions  aud a further marked .improvement in the near future is inevitable: One must-indeed be ��� of a  pessimistic turn of mind if he  fails to discern the golden-tinted  sunrise ushering in the dawn of a  new era of prosperity for Greenwood. ���������.-���  :���'> Oi;];i: ii.o '.^- o'ai.uiu-i.s of that  ;irovi;icc at (he expense of Assini-  boia. The movement is as cordially wclcumcd in Manitoba as  it is opposed by the people of the  territories. The greatest domestic question that is be dealt with  is the revision of the tariff, which  is to be the chief item on -the  legislative programme for next  year. . The present tariff will be  nine years old by.th? Mime. Following the precedent established  in 1.896 a tariff commission will  take evidence during the1 parlia-  liamehtary recess," travelling  throughout Canada for this purpose. Canada can safely trust  Hon. .Mr. Fielding to design a  tariff which will meet the altered  condition's; It is undeniable that,  low tariff sentiment exists in the  West aud this sentiment will  unquestionably find able champions before the proposed tariff  comniissiou.  tf^o  1-T      4f��% ^"\     W  / l7!:-77.7777::.ghC7^__.i;.7::.._,_.^  !oun_a_�� Creek Ties  -Issued Every f riday  4}>i3jfttAp Ross .... Managing Editor  sui*scRii*Tiqys in advance.  Peh Yeak            2 00  ���- Srx Months.....7.......7 ...:.'..'. ��.  I IB  "' TO TOKKION COUKTR.ES-  2 SO  "���^slp7'"  FRIDAY  FEltRU.ARY 3, l</05  Last mouth's shipments of ore  from the- high grade- mines of  this camp marked a new era. the  output exceeding 270 tons. ^Assuming the average value at SlOO  per ton would give the value of  the production at $25,500. Small  as these figures appear they are  well calculated to impress the  people of Greenwood with the  possibilities of the high grade  belt lying at our doors. At present the rich propositions undergoing development and either  d'videud-paying or practically on  a self-sustaining basis, number  only fifteen. It is not right to  assume that the Providence, Elkhorn, Skylark and Bay are the  only, bonanzas in the vicinity.  These simply tend to show what  can be accomplished by intelligent development, aided in most  The Winnipeg ' Free1 Press' is  pu bl ishin g \( a series . of- time ly  articles'.on -..the -development 7 of  Canadian; industries, with especial reference- to -the possibilities  of manufacturing 'development in  the West. -It points out that the  great factors today in the localization of. industries is the nearness :to markets and, to. materials  .with facilities *for distribution.  The influx'of rjopu'latioti to the  Canadian^ West is building up a  great market and the large families of most of our immigrants  will at the same time provide the  labor. This growth, of "population alone is bound-to create a  large number of neighborihg'in-  diistries foir theisatisfaction 6f its  own needs. ., But, moveover in  our wheat,o.ur pulpwo'od' aiid forests 7we' 7have7: t_te''elements pf  great-exportin'g. industries,- while  we are -just beginning ...discover  the special.advantages which the  country offers for other manufac-  tures such as sugar beet growing,  textiles, canning,.-. and . many  others. ;That'^-najiufacturing will  WATCHES  CLOCKS  JEWELRY  *'        ***  Watch Repairing a Specialty  fW Remember, a guaran tee  is given with' all our work:.  JEWELLERS  ti .it. ,-fj..  The general business policy of  the Ross government escaped criticism1 in the recent Ontario campaign. The. victory of the conservatives was not so much a  public declaration against liberal-  principles as a protest of an enlightened electorate against  machine politics. The conservatives emploved the same methods.  Now. .that they are in power  public .attention will be diverted I  in tlfeir direction.     If the tactics!  '���-;���;' �����      l ���     ��� 1  pursued in opposition continue to  ..be employed, by Mr...- Whitney's  lieutenants the next turn of. the  'tide;''will,be likely to bring back  ���the liberals-to power. A purgation process enforce! during the  next.four years, will do more to  ���rehabilitate the liberal party in  Ontario than any other remedy  could : accompl ish. ' Hon. Mr.  Ross has.been made the iunocent  victim of a few members of the  rank and file whose machinations'  were never endorsed or , countenanced by the party leaders.  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <F*  ���F*  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  9 9  Capital, all paid up; $14,000,000.        Rest,..,...:......:$i0.000,000.;  President.   Lokii Strathcona.' and .MoDNTrRoYAi.,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. DRn'MMOND.  General Manag-er :   E. S   Ci-otjston.  Branclies in London, Eng. j ^hf^rSJ_^a. \ ^ New Yqrli, vCMcago.  Bu\  nud sell Sterlinpr Exchaug-e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, availablein any partjof the world;- ..v 7'  Greenwood Braricli,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ta-9 :  *=%���:  ����=_:,  -*i_9::  -_f-  ���iSi  �����_������  Ttmam^m^mm^mmmimmmmxaK  follow .'-tlie march 'of*' civili*.atibn  in Canada - is: evidenced  by  the  ���    -    .   |    -.'-:������������   . .   , ��� ��� ���������  experience of, the United States.  The American, census gives many  instances of the march of industries westward. In the great  industry of agricultural implements, there was not only a great  increase in the. production of the  states of Illinois and Wisconsin  during the past decade, but a decline in New York'and Ohio. Ih  the same-period the boot and shoe  industry more than doubled in  Missouri, Ohio and all the Western States,, while . it was'almost  stationary in the ..New England  states, its old home. ��� The migration of the iron and steel industry  south aud west was not;, less  marked. But the Canadian West  is more generoush* gifted by  nature than any of these states  with variety of resources and fertility of soil aud its development  iu manufacturing should be even  more marvellous.  Afraid of Strong Medicines*  .Many; people stil.er for years- -from  rheumatic pains, and prefer to do so  rather than tako the strong- medicines  usually g-ivon for rheumatism, riot  knowing- that quick relief from pain  may be had simply by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm and without taking- any medicine internally. Rev.  Arnos-'Parker of Magnolia, North Carolina, suffered for eight years with a  lame hip, due to severe rheumatic  naiiis. -*He has oeen permanently  cured by-.thefree application.of Cliam-  berlain'sPain Balm. For sale by all  druggists.  REPRESENTING'-  The  Phoenix Fire Assurance Co. of London, Eng.  Hir ir ir ^irir'kir ir iririr^&iririr'iriritir^irirte  Stocks  Liverpool and London and  ��Globe Insurance Company.  The, British   America As-  ��� suranceCo.,  of Toronto.  The    Caandian , Birkbeck  In-vestment   and Savings  i Co. ���' ���    ���      ���  :_?���  2 GEORGE   R.  NADEN      ���:-       MANAGER  aSoa^. ��^_ *S* <M& A *J< ��%��� A A A A A A A A A *f* A A*K�� tt**|<"  COLUMBIA COLLEGE.  Founded 1392 Incoporated 1893  ���'���7.   NEW   WES'l'MINStEK,- B.   C.  Provides a Christian home for students of both sexes at Modern .rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior  students, doing grade public school  work. Does high school work, confers  all high school privileges, and prepares  for teachers' -examinations. Te-iclies'  Ull branches of. a practical business  course and gives diplomas., Qi.es ^  liberal education in its collegiatr  course and in tin* ladies' college conrsc  for M.E.L, ai,id, ALL.A. in university  work. Can take students through the  complete arts course and the degree of  B.A. ciin be oManied from Toronto  University with which the college is in  full afiiiliaiion.  For full iu formation atid terms write  Rev. W. J. Sippereil, B.A., B.D., principal; or Rev. J. P. Bowell, bursar.  HE CANADIAN RAM  'With Which is Amalgamated  IHEmNKJaWlXlSH^OiAjtolA^  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.,. .���: ���    ������;.,* .-���;.-  Paid-up capital.....  .7 .-.-...$   8;700,000  Rest ...���.'..- ���": .7..���v.....-v'.:'....;...     .3,500,000  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over., :',;- 83,000,000  London Office��� ��� ��� ��� - ���   w_,.. v���_^ _��������i���     Wm. Gray;.:: J i^tB-  60 Lomtiard St. E. C. New York A.ency     H. B. Walker 1 Aients.  10 EXCHANGE PLACE. ...,;.-'  In adili lion the Bank lias 107 bratiqhes and agencies in Canada and' th    United  States,  iacludiiiK-the followiiii,''in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory.  ATTAIN. GREENWOOD. NANAIVIO, VANCOUVER,.  CR.\ NBROOIT. IKAMLOOPS. NELSON, VICTORIA,:.:  OAWSON, LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER,WHITE HORSE,  I ERNIE.  ���Branches Iii the United States:                    ..  NEW YORK;      SAN FRANCISCO. PORTLAND,      SEATTLE,     SKAGWAY  Deposits received, exchange;bought and sold and every description of   banking  business transacted; GREENWOOD BRANCH,  W. ALLISON, Manager.  FIRE INSURANCE  [SON  DSKIISI  The present session of the Do-  miniori Parliament "promises to  be the quietest and shortest for  many -years. The 011I3- important measure which will evoke  much debate will,be one granting-  autouomy to the Northwest. - It  is proposed to carve tlie territories into territories, the dividing line to run north  and south.  Opposite Post Office  GREENWOOD  B C  N0RWIGH UNION  HARTFORD  AETNA  Established 1797  Established 1794  Established 1819  Insurance Co. of N.America, Established 1792  CALENDONIAN , - Established 1805  SUN        - -        -    Established 1710  FOR RATES APPLY TO  ^<^#47.    BOUNDARV   VALLEY    LODGE  "^77^--" No. 38.1. O.O. F.  Meets  every   Tuesday   Eveniii*; at 8(H) in  the  I- O. O. F. HaU.     A* cordial  invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning- brethero.  W. Elson Fked ti. lIor,in_s.  N. _. Ret'.-Sec .  ACBMTS* 7.7  1 Ji  \ !���  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  ELLIS ESTATE.  It Comprises 30.000 Acres and Will  be Cut up Into Small Plots.  The Southern Okanagan Land Company, the promoters of which were  Messrs. Shatford Bros. W. T. Shat-  ford, of Vernon, and h W. Shatford,  M.P.P , Similkameen, ha,ve now acquired possession of the Ellis estate at  Pentieton. The second payment of  $50,000 cash was made last week.   .  The Southern Okanagan Land Company is capitalized at $500,000, every  dollar of which has been subscribed.  Included among the stockholders'are  men of the best financial standing iu  the business world of Canada, besides  prominent and wealthy residents of the  Okanagan. The Ellis estate comprises over 30,000 acres, situated along  the water ways, and extending from  twelve miles this side of Pentieton to  the international boundary line, a distance of 58 miles. This great tract of  land has been used simply as a stock  ranch, where thousands of head of  cattle were pastured. Now all this will  be changed, as it is the intention of  the company co lay the property out in  farms from ten to forty aores. Surveyors have been already put at the  work of dividing the land, and as a  block is marked out it will be open for  purchase.  When this land is occupied by contented and prosperous families it will  mean much for the whole Okanagan,  for where there was but one huge  ranch there will now be hundreds, and  as most of the land is said to be of the  best and is well adapted for fruit raising (including apples, pears, peaches,  plums, etc.), and mixed farming, a  faint idea can be seized of the transformation that is to take place. It  practically, means a new section added  to the province, another little garden  of Eden for those who wish to change  from the rigor of an eastern or Northwest winter, and attendant hardships,  to the glorious, healthful, equable climate of British Columbia.    The people  of the valley, particularly the southern  portion thereof, are greatly pleased  that the Ellis pioperty is to be cut up  and developed. Then conditions will  all be changed for the better as regards  schools, churches, transportation, etc.,  and the benefits that a fuller civilization generally bestows. It will also  mean that canning factories will be  put in operation, probably at Pentieton, where the company -will have a  townsite, thereby furnishing a means  for the disposal of fruits, etc., that are  now marketed in Manitoba, the great  Northwest and other places.  Messrs. Shatford Bros., accompanied  by Mr. Ellis, left last week tor Pentieton to arrange matters locally, the  company having purchased all the  stock and farming machinery. There  are 4,000 head of cattle, besides horses,  sheep and hogs on the place, and these  will be disposed of by degrees. After  the winter feeding is over there will  still be left 2000 tons of hay. It will  be seen that Messrs. Shatford Bros."  who are to be the managing directors  foj a period of five years, have a big  ^corfcern-_o"look"a_terr^=^  YOUR NEIGHBOR'S WIFE  Which opens for Thursday,  February.'.9th... The play is a  comedy drama in three act by  Chas. Ellis,. which provides  Master Dun bar, the greatest child actor  on the American stage, as Buster  Brown, with just the sort of speeches  that sounds funny when he delivers  them, but would not if spoken by anyone else. The repetition of certain  aside remarks which he interjects parenthetically and in the most irrelevent  way as in "Little Lord Fauntleroy"  and other vehicles, contributes much  to the nu-rriiiient of his scene. Instead  of this little squibs and quirks becoming flat and stale they sound funnier  the often they are repeated in the  inimitable tones of Master Dunbar  who is ably assisted by James T. Mc-  Govern as Happy Hooligan. The  musical numbers compel the owner,  Mr. Hugh Ettinger, to carry a band  and orchestra of solo players. ��� The  free concert givea by these clever  musicians on lhe above- date in the  afternoon and evening in front of the  opera house is well worth coming miles  to hear.  "'���     ~       MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements 7  NOTICE.  CORNATION Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District : Where located: In Providence  camp.    - '  TAKE 'NOTICE that _, T. H Patterson,  Free Miner's Certificate Mo. B85M0 for  si'-lf and as administrator for a Ferguson, Free  Miners Certificate No. B850.S9, and as agent for  H. V. Fuller, Free Miners CertificataNo. B80S86  intend sixty days from tbe date hereof, to apply-  to the Mining- recorder for a certiBcataof Im  provemeuts, for the pi-rpose of obtaining- a  Crown  Grant.of tha above claim.  And further take notice that action,  undei  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 2nd day of December. A.D. 1994.  T. H. PATEBSON.  It is the intention of Messrs. Shatford to arrange an excursion next May  from coast points. u  Chamberlain's   Cough   Remedy  the  Mother's  Favorite.  The soothing and healing properties  of this remecty, its pleasant taste and  prompt and permanent cures have  made it a favorite with people everywhere. It is especially prized by  mothers of small children, for colds,  croup and whooping cough, as it always affords quick relief, and as it  contains, no opium or other or other  harmful drug, it may be given as confidently to a baby as an adult. For  sale by a'.l druggists.  Messrs. Robt. Lamson and J. Rooke,  of Killarney, Man., have recently been  looking over the well known fruit farm  of VV. H. Covert, west of Grand Forks.  They were evidently well pleased with  what they saw and what they learned  of the enormous fruit profits made here  for they quickly closed contracts for  several ten acre blocks of five year old  orchard at a price of over $11,000.  Other sales to Manitobans and others  during last month and this month will  aggregate over $25,000. These sales  were put through by Smith Curtis, of  Rossland, and R. F. Langford, of  Winnipeg, who have disposed of practically all of this fine young orchard,  and at S250 per acre. The market for  fruit is almost unlimited, and prices  high, and will be so for many years.  As an example of the high profits made  in fruit here, mention may be made of  the fact that the net profit in 1904 after  paying for all labor and expenses of  every kind from eight acres on Mr.  Covert's mature orchard was actually  over S325 per acre. Mr Covert supplements the natural rainfall by irrigation and never bas a poor crop.  THE  Luxury  of a  BATH...  i 1 Waier in 80 tol  IN REACH 0*�� EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO  WATER HEATBR, the 1 atest  invention, at  Hunter-Kendfick Co.,  LIMITED.  Sole  Agents,  Greenwood, B. C.  GRIPS, TRUNKS & VALISES  ANY STYLE.  ANY  ANY QUANTITY  PRICE  NEWEST and LATEST in SUIT CASES  A..L. WHITE & CO.  has been .expended or paid, the locator  may, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at $1.00  an acre.  Permission may be granted by tne  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims contain ing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a, mining location  shall provide forthe payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  cent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba! and the  N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, $5 renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench' the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may br* obtained,  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty years, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below'low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons w*ho have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to high w���te'r marl, on  each alternate, leasehold. .  The lessee shall have a. dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fract  ion is sufficient. Rental, $10 per annum for each mile of liver leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the output after it  exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds, or bars in the river-  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed; by its'position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation' within two yeats from the  date of the lease," and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date TRental $100 per mile for  first year, and $10 per mile for each  subsequent year. Royalty, same as  placer mining. ���  Placer'mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall, not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the.base line or  general direclionof the creek or gulch,  the width being 1,000 to 2,000; All  other placer claims shall be 200 feet  spu'-rr '-.������"���'  '-������ Ciaimes are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end- bearing notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days, if the claim is within ten miles  of mining recorder's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim-must hold a free miner's certificate."   _  :  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled toa claim of 1,000 feet in length,  arTd'ilPt'K'-r"^  altogether, on the output of which no  royalty will be charged, the rest of the  party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee $107 Royalty at the rate  of two and one half per cent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon territory to be paid to the Com-  dtroller.  No free-miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim on e-*ch  eperate river, creek or gulch, but the  same miner may hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their claims in partnership  by filing notice and paying fee of 32.  A claim may be abandoned, and another ob-ained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by giving notice and  paying a fee.  Work must be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each year. It not  the claim shall be deemed to be abandoned and open to occupation and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim maybe  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon Official Gazette.  Petroleum���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon  Territory are open to prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company  having" machinery on the land to be  prospected, an area of 640acres Should  the prospector discover oil in paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil "well and  such other land as may be determined  will be sold to the discoverer at the  rate of $1.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at such rate as may be specified by  order-in-council.  JAMES A. SMART,  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the  Northwest Territories   and   the   Yukon  Territory.  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is gramed  for one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment in advance of $7.50  per annum for an individual, and from  550 to $100 per annum for a company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the same with two  legal posts, bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording- a claim is $5 00.  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in  lieu   thereof.     When j Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  $500 has been  expended or paid, the'-    Department of the Interior, Ottawa.  THE    HIGHEST AWARD  A NO   GO   33   MED AL  HAS BEEN^G-IVEN TO THE  "SAL AD A" Tea Co.  AT THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION.  GRAND FORKS,-PHOENIX-GREENWOOD  AILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m. Arrives-at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand Forks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m., arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  [Zj Fare���Grand Forks $3.00.   ! Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  *���*��  THE BEST  BEER IN J  TOWN IS MADE BY 4,  -the- ^  ELKHORN   BREWERY*  ��� ��� = ������  Portman & Portman   -       -1 *���  Ask For EMorn Lager Beer |  ��g��    The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only pure Malt Hops.   ��2��  j&   Try it.     On draught on in bottles at all the leading hotels   &>  jfc .$. <$, mf* fr Jfr Jg�� _���� *f> 4* fy Jfc Jfr 4 ^ "���f>^^-$��^��$->*$��<$��>$**$'*$*X  000000000000000<>00<>0<X>OOOOCH>000<K>*>0^ 01  PRESSED HAY  FEED, OATS  STRATHMORE TRADING GO.  'DRAWER SSI-  OALGARY,        -        ALBERTA.  Dealers in BAILED HAY.   Best Quality  Pronipt^Shipment.^Lowest. PriceSe  Satisfaction Guaranteed.  WRITE   US   FOR   QUOTATIONS. 6  ^0<KK><><>eKK>0<>000<>eO"<>0000-OOOOC^^  j{t��U!l����H����n!l*l��#����na-Sn��^��i>��.eisBBBBBBBVOBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtBBB  | Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. f  ti -  -     -  .  *  O  ��  B  B  B  B  ��� B  i ��  ��  FINAN  MINING AGENTS  B B  I   MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PUR-  !  % CHASED   OR   DEVELOPED. %  B  . ��� ��� <������ B  BBBBBBBBBBBOBaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB  MOTICE is hereby Riven that the Nicola  Kamloops and Similkameen Coal and  Railway Company -will apply lo tlie Parliament of Canada,at thecnsuinc Session thereof,  for an Act declaring that the said Company is,  and has been since its Railway -.vas by 3  Edward VII, C. 164, declared to be a work for  the general advantage of Canada, a Company .  under the legislative jurisdiction of the Par- \  liament of Canada, and authorizing 1Iie Com-;  pany to construct and operate in extension of  the Railway it is now authorized, to construct,  a Railway from Osoyoos Lake to a point at linear Grand Forks with power to connect with  the Vancouver, Victoria ami Eastern Railway  at or near Grand Fcrks. and with the Columbia  and Western Railwav at or n��ar Midway, aud  extending the times limited by tlie Acts rt*-  spocting -he Company for the commencement  and completion of its undertaking, and for  other-purposes.  Dated at Toronto this 7th day of December  1904.  H. S   OStER,  Solicitors for the Applicant.  MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE. ���  "���No. 12  Practional"  mineral claim situate in  the Green wood   Mining   Division   of  Yale  District.   Where   located:    In Providence  cum p.    ������  TAKE NOTICE that I, M. T>. Schcnck, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B55593 intend,sixtydays  from the date hereof, to apply tc the Mining  Recorder fora Certificateof Improvements, for  tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claini.  And 'urther lake  notice that action, nnder  section 37. must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,  lated this 2~>lh day of Dec. A. D.. 1904.  M". D. SCHENK.  Ull _JUW_l!U_M__il||_j_ BOUMDARy   OREEK   TIMES.  <X>0000<>00<>0<X>0<><X>0<KX>0<>CK>0  STRATHMORE MINE.  0OO9OOOOOO0O<KK>0<>O<XK><KK>'>(>  The tunnel on the Tunebiit!; has been  driven 65 feet and is now in   yood ore.  It is reported* that work is about tc  be started on*th"* Texas, located u.iir  the Providence thine.  The incline shaft at the Silver Cloud  is down 70 feet. Native silver was  encountered in the workings this week  The owners of the Last Chance  group, comprising the Last Chance.  Arcadia ari'd-A'stdfia, are casting about  for tKe acquisition of other properties.  It - is understood that, the Seattle  claim, below the C.P.R. track, "north'  fork.of Kettle river, has been bonded  by Greenwood parties.  Owing to pressing engagements  here', W7Hl Jeffery, M.E , has declined  a flattering offer to visit Tonapah and  Goldfields on behalf of eastern partie.  Frei gold was e'neountered this week  in the. 300 if opt south drift of the Provi  dence mine.* Pat Dermody, the superintendent, js elated over the strike and  is convinced ,t_iat the property will  continue to improve at depth.  The Sunset mine, on Copper mountain, Similkameen, is being sought on  a working bond by outside capitalists  The proposition will be consid .red at r  meeting 61 the shareholders to be held  at Grand Forks on the 16th inst.  A local syndicate organised by YV  H:' Jeffery, ME, purchased the Simple:*,  claim, situate near the Skylark mine.  Skylark'camp. The transaction wa-  on a cash basis. The Simplex is out  ofthe most promising prospects in iht  camp."  j,-,.   *  The ..Q-ranby Co. has bought tin  Monarch',- Tamarack and Tamaiack  fraction at Phoenix from the Earl _y n  dicateof England for $120,000, and the  Missing Link fraction, next to the  War Eagle mine, from George Ruin  berger and Mr, Porter of Phoenix for  $30,0007    ', '  -1,1 \  ���i  Six thousand dollars a cla\ is tin  amount of 'gold being taken oil u'n  plktes of Lhe Nickel Plate mine. .  greater amount than that produced In  any other mine in British Columbia  In fact, it places this property auioni*  the "big* producers of the continent  This^is the first really definite new _ of  the output of the mine at Hedley,  which'is making' that part of the Similkameen famous and pouring wealth  into the coffers of the Daly estate, and  those associated. C. A. R. l/.unbly.  mining.recorder at Fairview, in which  mining-division Hedley is located, is _,  ,Vancouver,and states that$6,000 worth  of gold is" being recovered every daj.  /This ia in addition to the coiiceiili,_tes,  .'.which/are being1 allowed to accumulate  ,'in a'ntjCipatlon of the advent of a rail-:-  ���way,' when':the company will add tr  'smelter to its many enterprises.   Then  ^hF'alirio'utff wil^  'siderable extent.  /"'. The cheerful faith aiid everlasting  optimism of the prospector has 'become-  almost a proverb, but mining is often  looked upon more as a matter of fact  business, observes an exchange. However, faith and optimism are almo.t as  necessary to the miner as to the   pros-  '.pector.     Often   thousands   of dollars.'  "have to be expended before a siit.icieii'.  .ore body to mine  can   be determined.  ".The mine manager- qr 'superintendent  "must stand  between the impatient and  ���often uncomprehending' stockholder  and his work and justify his calls for  money -by  intelligent optimism.     He  ���works'oh in hope and finally can an-,  nounce-"' that He is ready to show uuur-  ible results*for his work  and   espendi-  ���ture.     Since failure to make a mine is  charged   against   the   manager   often  when pnly nature is to blame the situ  ation requires  a certain kind of eour-  -age not called for in many businesses.  Then  again  work   must   be   planned  *ahead of the present demands and here  again faith is necessary. There are.  tpo, repeated failures in exploration  arid the uncontrollable limits to the ore  body which would discourage n man  not of optimistic character.  ;��� John Stanton, who is considered an authority on the copper  market, .says that copper at be-  . tween 15 and 16 cents a pound is  on a fair basis-for both producer  and consumer. He does not predict 16-cent copper, but savs he  would not be surprised to see it.  The output for 1905, this authority says, will show about the  usual ten per cent, increase.  Palouse  Capitalists Acauire a Substantial Interest.  J. F. Richardson, Wm. Schluting,  Colfax, Wash., and James Gorman,'  Spokane, representing a Colfax syndicate, have acquired a substantial interest in the Strathmore mhie. The  deal, which involves aboutSlo.OOO, was  negotiated'by F. H. Knight, of Grand  Forks." On Saturday last the visitors  made an exhaustive examination of the  property. A sample of orr taken  across the vein gave an assay value of  Sl+7 per ton. The deal puts the treasury in splendid shape.  C. Scott-Galloway, who has charge  of development, intends to make a considerable increase the working force  shortly. Besides drifting and stoping  the extension of the long tunnel to tap  the lead at depth will likely be undertaken. Two men are now extracting  seventeen sacks of ore daily. A cat-  load shipment will be made this  month.  CURLING*  Two rinks from Greenwood are competing in the annual bonspiel of the  Kootenay Curling Association now- in  progress'af Nelson. In the All Comers'  event Nelson won by a score of 137 to  99 K. C'. B. Frith skipped a rink  .iga'in.t McLaughlin, of Nelson, .the  latter winning by a score of 14 to 11.  His fello'v players were J. S. Mc-  Cieath, H. W. Falconer, and E. Dill.  In the first round of the Grand Challenge Frith defeated Boultbee,of Rossland, score 14 to 5, and in theKoolenav  Challe lge Frith lost to McLaughlin,of  Nelson, by a score of 10 to 11. In the  second round the score was McLaughlin 1-*-, Frith 3; Walley (Nelson) vs McMynn, Greenwood, 11 to 5; Oliver cup,  Wallace 12, Frith 10; second round,  Walley 15, McMynn 6; .'Walkerville  event, McMynn 11, Tamblyn 6. The  McMynn rink players are Hodge,  Findlay,  Bishop *and  McMynn, skip,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ������Wallace Fractional" Mineial claim, situate  "111 the Green -ood "Mining' Division of Yale  District. Where lorated: In G lah.uuVs  t'aiup. '  -  TAKE NOTICE that I, Fotbes M. Kerby,  1'iei* Miuei'sCertilicate No.B74olS, iiili*iul,hiUi  il.ivs 110111 Hie 'late liereof, to apply to the Minintr L.e.oulor for ti C_iti_cate of Iniprov.nicuts,  lor the pm pose of obtaining: a Crown Gr.int  of the abo\e claini.  A nd further take notice that   action,   under  section 37, must be commenced  befoie the ibsu  .nice of such Certificate of Impro\ements.  Dated  this _7th dav of January, A.D. 1905.  FORBES M..KERBY.  MINERAL ACT  C   lificate of Improvements.  xorici:  ���Meadow View No. 2" Mineral Claim, situate  in the 'Jsoyoos Mining Division of Yale  Dis.iitt. Where located: One mile north  of Phe Valley Creek aud four miles eastof  Kettle Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John B. Old actuu.  aift'tit for mvself Free Miner's Certificate  \o. is ,S"!G--7, intend sixty days from the date  M__i-.��r, tu awly to the ��Iininir Recorder fora  Certificate of Improvements, for the purposeof  ���tbni'tiiui.:"���'����� Crown Grant of the. above claim.  __'i:d*_ui ther'-take notice that action, ;u��cler  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  --Dated1!his _2t-l_ day^-of-1anuary,A ,_P:.i1905.___^  JOHN B. OLD, Fire Valley, B. 0.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  '���"���'��� *"   NOTICE; '.���'��� '*      '    ��� ���  ���'Globe" Mineral Claims, situated in the Greenwood Miniiiff Division of Yale District.  Where located:    In Deadwood camp.  TAKE- NOTICE that I, C. JR. Shaw, a.ejt  for "William Law, Free Miner's 'Ocrtifi-.  cau* No 13S0518, and John Gmy, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. BS0551, intend sixty.  lavs from the date hereof, to apply to the  Aliniinr Recorder for a Certificate of  Improve  ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  G rani of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sucli Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this2'*tli day of DeCemb.r A D. 1904.  ,    C. /E.'SHAW. P.L.S.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  '��� NOTICE.  "Pa'adora*' and ''Summerest" Mineral Claims,  situate in tlio Osoyoos Miniuir Division <"f  YaleDistrict. Where located: Two miles  east of Kettle River and one mile north of  Fire Valley Cr.ek..  Take' notice thai t. John b.  Free Miner's Certificate, No. U  actinj*- as a^reut for ��� Arthur H. Old,  "Miner's Certificate No. I'.S36+S, and  If. Patre, Free Miner's Certi licate No. _*8.1_4'>.  intend, sixlv days from, the date hereof lo  iniply to the Miniuir Kei'ordor for a OertifiRiito  ol Improvements for the purpose of obtiUnln;.*  a Crown Grtuits of the above claims  And further take, notice Unit action, under  section  37, must be commenced before the issuance of suclr Certificates nf Improvements..  Dated.this Utli day of January A. D., i90S.  '"! JOHN li. OLD. Fire Valley, B.C.  Old.  8*647,  Free  AVm.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  >���- ��/* su^*       A VTT_      *=>'"' ***^ ***"  B.   Iri.  BISHOP  PLUMBER  ovan  "Used in H.B.K. Mitts, Gloves  and Moccasins���tough as whalebone, flexible, soft, pliable, scorch-  proof, wind-proof, boil-proof,  crack-pioof, tear-proof, rip-proof,  cold-proof, almost wear-proof���  certainly the greatest leather  ever used in mitts and gloves-  Like buckskin it is tanned  without oil, unlike buckskin 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-arid comfortable^^^^r^1--^^  Soldat all dealers but never without this brand :-���  ���3  1"  '1*7.' "_.*3^____uS^li^r___  Ss______ y___fe����r^^ wisi&Sj  q "yo\i w��.  *. *   r�� " '  "lit^v; ^  4*"'  e?  s v ��il<i!sll.eav,-,:i.fe price s.rurcd.    Ity.'.u .-nlv lake offcifrht hnulu's in a vear   that  t.r:v.'7:.o.i.-i,i;.i,���meot $.;;o.oo.   Wouldn't thai cxtr.i iimouiU be useful to you .    II litstot  .���:11, >ou L'ati Lily a  Chatham Incubn<OF without one cervt  of cash until October, 1905  'flu: m.-u-'iiiie pn's for itself many limps ov  olTi-r i'n;i this.. Wo ship a Chatlinni Iiwulmi  jn.irfir.'. p-iyiiu'iit is not duo uiilil October, it.  UliiitSiim Incubators and Brooders have every  ���c-r hi-fore that time.   There rouldn'tbe a fairer  or lo von at once, freight prepaid by us. and  oi-     Wiite us lo-day far full particulare.    The  w improvement worth while in ai; incubator  or brooder.   The incubators  _ are made wilh   two   walls,  ]j case within case, of dry mi-  )}��� __ tcrial that lias hcenseasoncd  in our hnnlwr yards. They  are built solid asaroclcand  will stand any amount of  usapreforycars. Thesooncr  vou accept on r offer the sooner will the Chatham Incubator be earning profits for  you. ���-  THE  MANSON   CAMPBELL'  CO., Limited  'Dept.*217   Chatham, Ont,     .  Manufacturers of Chatham  Incubators and Brooders,  Campbell Fanning- Mills,  and Chatham Farm. Scales  Distributing Warehouses at  Montreal. 'Que,, Brandon,  Man., Calgary, Alta., New-  Westminster, B.C.Halifaa,  N.S.  0* S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND C11EA1I  Delivered Dai]}*- to any part  of th^ citv.  RAILWAY.  The only all latl loute between points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forlts and Republic.  Buffet cais run between Spokane and North-  port.  Effective June 14th, 1903.  Leave  8:45 a. ni.  10:40 a. m.  7:20 a. m.  10:35 a. m.  8:30 a. m.  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  Grand Forks  Republic  Arrive  6:15 pi m.  4:35 p. ni.  7:20 pi m.  4:00 p. m.  i 6:15 p. m.  In Connection With  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAIL  TO Robert EJcnry Berpman and _ rederic "W.  -vleLaiiie, or to aiiv jje'i-goiis" to whom they  may have transfered their respective interests iii the "Last Cha'tice" and "New Oro  Pino" Mineral Claims, situate iu the  Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale Dist-  '.- r.ict.     .,.-'.- 7       " ���    7   '.  YOU are .licreby. notified that' I, iiaye es-  ''penderl llie'sum of-3133.33 (plj'n:;laiiidrcd  aud thirty three dollars and tliii-ty7t')/i)_.8:c.cnts)-  for iisses^nutiii work on ii\v>v&>j,j[ji{i!BA\iion<z&  claims, such beiuir iv<iHired and"> iljjiij:ei^'iry: to.  hold the saine for the year eiidiii"L'-'2lSt''Juiie,  l')l)4, under tlio. p.ovisions of tlic-Miu'cr.-il Act  and Amending Acts, and il at tne expiration of  ninety days fro.u the date of llic .first publication"'of-this nolice in the ���'���1'otiinlary Creek  Times" you fail or i-.*fusi; in contribute *. our  portion'of Kiieli expcnditnii.* nann-ly $25;0() due  by you R >berl Henry I'lM'trmaii a'ud'."!(*.4'i due  by you Krodt_ric W. -'McLaine, lojrutlier with all  cusis of arlverllsinif, your interests in said  mineral claims shall become . vested in me  (your cii-o\vii_i-(iipoii Ii 11 ii lt iu the proper office  in tbat behalf the affidavit required bv section  4,of the "Mineral Act AnieiidtiK-.nl Act 1900."  Dated this7th dav of November. 1U0.4. '  ...    , MARIAN AT WOOD.  7 Last'issue Feb. 7.  Notice of Forfeiture.  To ANDREW HAMILTON, or u> any person  or persons to whom he ni.iv have transfered  his inli'i.^is in iht* (IKK \T LAX III and  TvVINniiin.nl claims situate at Sum mi t  C.iin p in tin- (liceuwond Miniii_ Division of  V.iU* iiihtrii.'.  YOU .lie heiebv  notilu'd   that -\v<   have ex-  peiult. the *-niii of S_(il) 00 foi woilt on lhe  :ibo\e nicnuonod claim*, and $3.00 foi recorditijr  he same* foi ,iu assossineui*ou e.ich,   such  be-  uir   n*qui i i*d   and   lloci"-s:uy   to   hold   lhe *-aid  claims foi ilu* m*.ii endim' tin* 3id d i\ of September,  l'in+,  uudei   the  pio\ isiou-, ol' the Mineral  Act and   Amending  Acis;   and  if  at the  <*\-pnatiou   of   uinetv    da\s  from   the   dateof  liist publication of this nolice in the Boundary  Creek Times, vou fail   or   lefuse  to  contribute  your poi lion of ��ucli p.xpcnditiiie iiamelv, $68 33  totrether wnli all costs of ndvci tlsiiiir   your interests in said uiiiH'ial claims  shall become in-,  vested iu u��! (\ our co-owners] upon filing in the ��  piopei   ��flier- iu   that  behalf  the affidavit required   by   Section   4   of   tho    "Mineral    Act  Amendiiiir Act, 1900."  Dated this iqnd dav of December, 1.04.  THOMAS KRRMEEN  THOMAS CORKU1LL.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Teutonic rractioiial''   Mineral  Claim, situate  in  the Greenwood Minimi Division of Yale  Distri.t     "Where   located:     In   Deadwood  camp, adioiuiug' the "Emeiaid" claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, John W. Prost.  T-iCc ^r;ller-s Ccitificale No. B80.149 and  M. McM.iiu, Fiee Miner's Certificate No.  B8S,502, intend, sixty davs fiom the dateheteof,  to apply lo Lite Mining- Recorder for-a certificateof "Impiovenieiils, foi the purpo&c o�� obtaining a crown Giant of the above claim.  Aud -.further take  notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of ouch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tliis-ith day of Oclobei, A.D. 1904.  John "W. Fkost.  M. McMynn.  TICKETS AU To POINTS  SHORT LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DULUTH,    M.NNEA-;  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALI POINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOMA  VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all h ACIPIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining.and  Buflet  Smoking Library  car.  2 East Trains JMiy %  -For rates, folders and .full information, regarding: trips', -call prior ad-  dress'.a- agent  of the S. F.;& N. Rail-  '���wzy^oi^T/^T^^^^^^^^^  H.A.' Jackson,   .'.' H. Brandt,  g.'_?.'&._���. a.-, ��� c.y'. iiv.a;,  Spokane 7sl,W Riverside ^ve  Wash.  Spokane', 'WasH  GRAND  Rossland  llltlU.  CANADIAN  '.'" : ..RAILWAY...  Single Fare for Round Trip  ���ON SALE���  [[Bill 151161IW  Good to return till Feb. 20  CHAMPIONSHIP    CONTESTS :  HOCKEY, SKI RUNNING,  SN0WSH0EING.  Complete   Programme    of   Canadian  Winter   Sports.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE,  "Boston," "St. Louis" and "Toronto"  Mineral  Claims,   situate  iu the Greenwood Miuiiijf  Division of Yale Distiict.    "Where located  On Cranberry cictek  TAKE NOTICL that I. A. "E. Ashcroft, act-  iniras airent for John N. Gredeu, Free  Miner's Certificate No. _.80547, intend, sixty  days from the date heieof, to apply to the Mill-  ills' Recorder for a Ceitificate of Improvements  foi the purposeof obtaining a Ciow-n Grant of  the above claims.' , ,  And further take  notice that action,  under  section  37,   must  be   commenced   before    the  is.uaitce of such  Ceitificate of*. Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of October, A. D.. 1904.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "SLATE FORMATION" Mineial Claim,' situate in ihe Giecuwood Miu'infr Division of  Tale Di.tiict.   Where located:    In Smith's  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  airenI fdr Kenneth C. B. Frith, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS5629, intend sixty,  davs from Hie date liereof. to apply to the Mining- Reco.d.r. for a Certificate of Improvements,  for .the piir^iose of obtaining- a Crown Grant of  theabove claim. 7- ���       :-:  And furtlier take notice that  action,   under  section: 37,   must  be commenced  before   the  issuance���;��_ ^si*ch= Certificate���of =rImproYe-=  nienls. .  D-Hed-his 21st day of December, A. D., 1904.  I.-H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.;  Cerffi'icjte of Improvement.  . . '��� -,.-.-'. ..:NOTICEv,;���;;..,;:,  ���'Maine" Mineral Claim situate in Greeiiwood  Mininpr Division of Yale District. .Where  located:    Oil Horseshoe.Mountain. r--t  TAKE-NOTICE that-we, N. E. Peterson,  Free Miners'Certi licate. No. B.S5.688 S. T.  Larson, Free Miner's Certilicate, No. B86,320,  and M. T. McMynn, Frpe Miner's Certificate  No. i__5,S0-, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof,,to apply to the Miniiiir Recorder lor $  Certificateof Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining  a Crown Grautof the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section St. must be commenced "before the issu-  anceof such cert'ficate of improvements.  Dated this 20th day of September A. D. 1904.  N. E. PETERSO>f  " S. T. Laksbn-  .' M. T. McMynn.  S.BARRYYUfLL  For  rates,  folders,   and  tickets apply  to local agents or to .  ,  E. R. RJSDPATH,   Agent,  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  E. J. COYLE,      J. S. CARTER,  A.G P-A. Vancouver D.P.A. Nelson,  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  - '. '.      JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD. gS��3i__3��g______  """^TfTinii  _ ���  '(  ��� IX  BOUmmkHy   OREEK TIMES.  The coal strike situation at Coleman  is unchanged.  There is a marked revival in mining  activity at Republic.  The Five Metals Co.   will erect a SO  ton furnace near Crawford Bay.  A chlorination plant ia tope installed  at the Ruby mine, Nigh thawk, Wash.  Tenders for.driving a 300-foot tunnel  on* the Gold Bug group close Monday.  The new ore body at the ..Mother  Lqde, so far as explored, is 320 feet  long and 140 feet wide.  J. C..Dale recently made arich strike  on the Great Hopes, near the Carmi  mine, west forkr of Kettle river.  Rails will not be laid from the end of  theGreat Northern Bpur to  the No 4  tunnel   of   the   Granny   mines   until  spring.  ��� * i <    * - ,     .  . Ross Thompson, the founder of Ross-  laipd,  has gone to .Tonapah, Nevada,  wjththe object of   winning another  fortune.  ..The briquetting plant at the B. C.  Copper company's works is about completed and. in a few days will begin  work on the $100,000 dust pile .  .Development work is proceeding on  tHe Ironclad, in Wellington camp, and  drifting is being done from the bottom  of a 50 foot shaft on the ore body.  .It is estimated that of the gold production of the United States about  $6,000,000 is. used in dentistry and  about $2,500,000 is consumed in sign  painting.  Contract work on the new double  compartment shaft for the Montreal &  Bpston Lancashire Lass claim, in  Summit camp, has been nearly finished. The shaft was sunk on the large  ore body.  . Development work on the Smilax  group was started this week. Fifteen  properties are now being operated in  the local high grade belt, The Gold  Bug and Goldfinch will also join the  list this month.  The Silver-Lead Mine Owners' Association appointed a committee to draft  the draft the views of the association  on the question of mine taxation. The  association has directed the committee  to recommend that the taxation of  mines be based on a percentage of the  gross value of the output of the mines,  taking the smelter assay as the value.  , While the sixth furnace at the Granby smelter has been idle owing to  power shortage generally, it has been  prepared for the new electric charging apparatus,the machinery for which  has been shipped from the factory in  the east, and is due at any time now,  "The^entife^batteTy^df six'fiirnaWs will  be operated in this manner when the  machinery arrives., being another important element in reducing the cost of  smelting operations at this smelter,  The following official statement is  given out by the Granby company: "It  is the intention of the Granby company  the coming year to install two more  blast furnaces. The Granby smelter  has six furnaces at present, and is  smelting about 50.000 tons of ore per  month. These six furnaces are all of  the same dimensions, 160x42 inches at  the tuyeres. The two new furnaces  which are to be installed (contracts  having already been let! are to be 207  inches long and 46 inches wide at the  tuyeres. This will bring the smelter  capacity up to 70.000 or 75,000 tons per  month and will naturally increase the  copper production. The entire smelting system is being remodelled on a  new plan introduced and tried by general superintendent A B. W. Hodges.  The furnaces will be charged by an  automatic charging car, which will  take the ore direct from the ore. bins  and place it in the furnaces. General  Superintendent Hodges figures on having the new furnaces and other equipment, which incluie the required num  ber of blowers and motors, also a large  brick stack aud exiension for the flue  chamber, ready by the 1st of July and  the Granby capacity from then on will  be from 72,000 to 75,000 tons of ore per  month. The copper production will  increase accordingly, and the output  from that time on will be at the rate of  20,000,000 tb 22,000,000 pounds a year  The converter plant is ���. Iso being  doubled.".  An electric locomotive was  installed  this week in No 3 tunnel of the Granby  . The Skylark this week shipped two  carloads of orej one of first class and  the other second class quality.  H V Fuller visited the Trail smel-  'er tliis- \v<*(��k in connection with the  sampling of tl��e: recent 'shipment of  Bay ore. ^   J.D.Galloway of this city is in charge  of development work at the Noonday  claim, near Silverton, recently bonded  by. his father, C. Scott Galloway.  The West Fork has tour shippers  this winter, namely, the Sally, Rambler, Carmi and Butcher Boy. The  ore is hauled to Midway and thence  despatched to the Trail smelter.  On the Meadowlark surface trenching is being done a few hundred feet  from the Skylark claim in order to  catch the Skylark lead., The workings  of the Skylark are only 200 feet from  the Meadowlark line.  been- determined, The strike is regarded as important as the ore in the  .13.C. occurs in the same manner, lyintr  between alternating, .planes 'of porphyry. Mr. Moffatt is naturally elated  over the strike ashehas nev er f a 1 tered in  his determination to make Rathnmllen  a dividend payer. On the Maple Leaf  claim of the same group is installed a  boiler, pump and hoist which will  shortly be removed to the Reliance  claim. A shipment of 33 tons of ore  in two grades was made to the smelter  last September. It was extracted from  the shaft and from the drift at the .50  foot level. The copper ore ran $11 pcr  t'o'n and the iron sulphide ore gave a '  return nf S3.25 per ton.  can get your eggs hatched  cheaper at the Midway Poultry-Plant-  than it costs you to run them in a small incubator.  When  you  Largest  Hatching and Brooding capacity 1000 Chicks Per Month.  it oflncuMors and Brooders in. tie Boundary.   Specially Bnilt  INCUBATOR   CELLARS. ��� ���    '  -   SEVERAL YEARS EXPERIENCE  "   SATISFACTION     GUARANTEED  Don't de'*iy writing for lerins and particulars to  H. H. PANNELL  -MIDWAY. B. C.  ..GAR OF NEW..  At the Emma mine in Summit camp  the new two compartment shaft is  down about 30 feet. The ore shoot in  the lace of the present.workings is between 12 and 20 feet from wall to wall  and does not show a streak of waste.  Just Received.  We have the very latest patterns  and styles in  DRESOERS COMODES  CHIFFIONERS SIDEBOARDS  KITCHEN, EXTENSION  j, and CENTRE TABLES  SECRETARIES FLAT and ROLL  TOP DESKS  i  New   Line   of   Rockers,   Kitchen,  Diners and Office Chairs,  On the Mountain Rose, in Summit  camp, preparations are being made to  enlarge the glory hole. A tunnel has  been run from a point some distance  down the hill from the quarry so'as to  go ,under it and form a funnel into  which the ore will be dumped.and  drawn off from the bottom, This will  cheapen mining operations. The  Mountain Rose ore contains large  quantities of sulphur and is very valuable as a flux.  Chas. Peterson is developing the St.  Lawrence, situated above Anaconda  to the southeast. The shaft is now  down nearly 70 feet. Two drifts have  been run to the east. The upper one  is driven about 15 feet in on the lead  from a point 30 feet down the shaft.  No work is being done on this at present. The work of running the lower  drift is now going on and it. is in over  25 feet from the shaft The ore has  just been struck and looks very promising. It appears that the two distinct  leads so far discovered are coming together here and it is expected that if  they join the value of the ore will be  much increased. A small winze is at  present being sunk at the end of this  drift on the ore.  L. H. Moffatt of Rowland, secretary-  treasurer of the Rathnmllen group,  Summit camp, was in town Wednesday. He stated that a rich strike was  recently made at the bottom of an 80  foot shaft sunk on the Reliance claim.  The ore is identical.with.that from the  11. C- mine, the adjoining property,  and runs 820 per ton in copper arid  gold. As it is self-fluxing in character  the'Mother Lode smelter has quoted  Mr. Moffatt an exceptionally favorable  freight and treatment rate. An experimental shipment .will be made  shortly. The workings are situate  only half a mile from the B. C. mine:  spur, there being a down grade all the  way and the cost of building a w-��gon  r-^ad to the railway will not cost more  than $100. Development work on the  Reliance has been in progress since  last June. The shaftextended through  good looking ore until the 50 foot level  was reached. From this level a drift  was run through a large body of iron  sulphide self-fluxing ore. Later the  shaft wss extended to the 80 foot level.  After going through a plane of porphyry from sixteen to eighteen feet in  thickness, sulphide ore, similar to that  of the B. C. mine, was encountered.  The ere in the shaft is five feet wide  but the exact dimensions have not yet  Red From file��  A. L WHITE & CO . Props*  0000000000000000<>0<>00<Ki<>OOi  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc,  9       ESTIMATES FURNISHED*  | GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  00000&OOOOOOO.OOOOCN3000-XV  ^jPt��Tj-,j��,jfsf'j!f'si-?^'jf"s?,i?if-^''i?jf-  . S. A. 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Have   a look,   whether  you wish to buy or not.    See our window display:  Smith S�� McRae  Books,  Stationery,   Wall Paper, TPhoto   Supplies.  AT THE AUDITORIUM  One Evening THURSDAY, FEB. 9th  16  16  PEOPLE  Up to Date Specialties.   Beautiful Costumes  Special Scenery.    Big Band and Orchestra.  Free Band Concert at Noon.    Don't Miss it.  Reserved Seats on sale at both Drug Stores.  TOWN TOPICS  City council meets Monday night.  Special sale of satiu corsets, $1, at  Hunter-Kendrick.  Valentines !��� See our ad on- the back  page.���Smith & McRae.  James McNicol of Midway leaves for  the coast shortly on business.  "vV. A. Cameron, of Montreal, was a  guest at the Imperial this week.  The city of Phoenix has an excess of  assets over'liabilities of S18,000.  The Great Northern is erecting a  two stall round house at Phoenix.  C. L.. Thomet and S. Benerman, of  Midway, were in town Wednesday.  G  A. N. Pellv has returned   to   town  ** *  after a visit to Vernon and the coast.  City Treasurer Taylor is. engaged  this week collecting traders' licences.  R. G. Sidley, J.Pi, of Sidley^ w.g's in  town this week, a guest at the Imperial.  The law firm of McLeod & Brown of  Read White Bros', adv. this week. It  contains some valuable scientific information, {'  - Ladies'   kid   gloves,   regular   price |  S1.25 and SI.50;   special   price   95c  at!  Hunter-Kendrick, i  I  Chief Time Inspector Struthers, of  the C. Pi R., has just been making a  tour of the Boundary district.  The services next Sunday in the  Methodist church will be conducted by  the pastor at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  F. M., Elkins has rerurned from  Phoenix, Eholt and Grand Forks,  where he wrote up several large insurance policies. ���  John Dorsey, a former Boundary  mining promoter, is now operating in  the Bulkley valley, northern British  Columbia.  Judge Leamy, who has been suffering from a severe illness, is slightly  better, and has secured leave of ab-  ieiJ^fd^^bur'ttonthsT^"^""      -===^  points - in the territories where she  visited friends.  Miss Winkler of this city left Tuesday for Spokune where she will enter  St. Luke's hospital with the object of  becoming a trained nurse.  D. McKay, for many years a conductor on the Nelson-Midway run, has resigned and will engage iu the grocery  business in Vancouver.  G. W. Ri-unben'-er. G. \V. \Vcoster.  Wm. Spier. Win. How.v and J. *L.  Martin have been elected directors of  the Phoenix Electric Light Co.  J. R. Brown. M.L.A. for Greenwood  riding, le.-ives shortly Tor Victoria in  order to intend lo his leirisla live tin tics.  The house meets on the 11 tb inst.  The Greenwood orchestra has been  engaged to furnish music at the K. of  P. dance at Grand Forks on the evening of St. Valentine's Day, Feb. l'4th.  J. G. McMynn of Rock Creek, has  just completed baling 50 tons, of '.'tiin-*-  othy hay at Waddell's. r;u'ich;7 Jmaiiil  Kettle river. The hay will be \atilecl  to Westbridge.  A.rich ancl large specimen of Providence ore containing free gold on exhibition in the window of P. W.  George & Co., is attracting a great  deal of attention.  P. A. O'Farrel', the. well known  journalist of Butte, Montana, was a  visitor here this week for the purpose  of gathering data for a write up of the  Boundary district.  The people of the Okanagan" -valle'y  are asking the Daminion government  to give them telegraphic communica;.  tions to supplement the telephone service recentl}- inaugurated.  ' W. L. Germaine. formerly of this  city, and recently manager of the British American Trust Co., GrandjFi>rks'*  has been appointed general' manager  with headquarters at Vancouver. ��� !���! ���;  Souvenir writing tablets, view of  Greenwood, Copper street and both  smelters. One view on every leaf.  Cost no more ihiin ordinary tablets.  The very latest.    Smith & McRae.  ConductorT. C. Peck, who has been  running batweed Rossland and Nelson,  has been transferred ito   the  Midway-  Nelson run and   is  moving his house  hold goods ancl family to Midway.  Martin Burrell, of Grand Forks, has  assumed the editorship of the. News-  Gazette. The business department  will be iu charge of Donald McCallum.;  Mr. Burrell c;m he depended upon to'  expound conservative doctrine.    . -  J. E. McAllister, superintendent- of  the B. C. Copper Co.'s smelter, who  recently underwent an operation for  a ppen'dicLtis in the hospital at Spokane, in niakim.' r;i;i<,-| 'tr<i:.';i-.-ss tnwarrts  recovery and will n. torn lu re shortly.  Lord-A fill ur R.iiiu'v of G-r.-iud  Forks  spent two days at the liinvrial, return-  * .  ing home Monday. His lordship is a  member of the Coro-l'.aiiadiau syndicate and was well plcascvi 'with outlook  for the property. ;.is well as for the.  camp generally,  Steve, O'Hanly is a patient* at. the  hospital as a result of a painful .accident,-sustained., in the Mother Lode  tunnel last Friday. A horse attached  to an ore car ran away. O'Hanly, in  jumping aside to escape being run  over,'.wns caught between the car and  the.wall of the tunnel. . His hips were  badly, bruised,  Wm. Sclater, of the Sclater Asbestos  Co.,   Montreal,  the- laigest  manufac  turer of asbestos goods in the world, is  at the Imperial. He called on W. H.  Jeffery, M.E., whom he had not met  for twenty yeurs. Mr. Jeffery formerly owned the asbestos mines now controlled by tlie Sclater Co. The mines  are iocated at Thetford, Que.  I     William   Powers,    of    Lequime   &  Powers, 'millowners of Grand Forks, is  I building  a  residence   on   the   Donald  ! r.-tnoli..! wo   and   one-half   miles below  j Kock Creek, on Kettle  river, which he  j purchased last year   from   Frank.Don-  I aid.    1.1 is reported he will erect a saw-  I mill on the place next spring, and will  build   a   Hume   from   Rock   creek,   on  i which he has a water-right, to irrigate  his ranch.    .'. ... ��� .  Last Monday night a very enjoyable  doc'i'al1-' -.Va*.' given in* the riiethbdist  church'--by the Epworth League.-" A  g'ood programme was rendered after  which dainty refreshments were served  by the'gentlemen. There were about  fifty present. The evening was managed by Miss Wright, who has charge  of the social department of the league.  Next Monday the regular monthly  consecration atid business meeting  will be conducted by Mr. Clark.  The most popular "Home games" of  the day: Pitt,'Bunco, Flinch, Stage,  Sherlock Holmes, etc., etc. For sale  by Smith & McRae.  Chas. 72E,. Shaw, C.E., of this city is  this city has been dissolved by mutual j engaged surveying mineral claims on  consent. Copper and Kennedy mountains,   near  H. R. Stephenson  has received  his i-Princeton, B-_.  RUBDRY BATH TOWELS  Are made of  nubs of Egyptian cotton which giveexhil-    ���  arating  friction and  absorb  water instantly like a sponge  SEND  50   Cents  And this advertisement   and  we will send   you   by   mail a /  Sample Towel, 24x46 inches '  which sells for$6.50 a dozen.  This is to  introduce tjierii--..:.;.  =and=after^you=hav��=use(__it^aJ=_=___=  month, and do not find it the--  'best Towel you ever had, re-',,;.,-���  turn  it and   money -will  be   -7'  refiunded.  IS A GERM  DISEASE  KILL THE  DANDRUFF  GEKM  WITH   NEWBRO'S  HERPICIDE  "Destroy the Cause. You Remove the Effect"  Prof. Um-ici, the noted dermatologist of Hamburg-, Germany,  was tlie first to discover that the underlying cause of dandruff, itching' scalp and falling hair is a.-germ or microbe  that infests the hair follicle.  Drs. Lassor and Bishop denuded a rabbit of its fur by  inoculating -with dandruff germs taken from a human scalp.  Dr. Sabourand, a recognized authority, says, "Baldness*is a  contagious disease, caused .by a ' microbe." NEJWBRO'S  HERPICIDE absolutely destroys' this scalp microbe, thus  permitting the hair to grow luxuriantly aud abundantly, as  nature intended.  "Destroy the Cause, You Remove the Effect."  For sale bv  1  ?  X  X  X  X  X  y  X  X  X  *  "V MI  dm\ ����a      _!_.   .ii    oA  Dispensing Chemists.  &��.��  ��  GREENWOOD B.- C.  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  ?  ?  Y  :  ***.>.x.**.h^^^^  <<-��--{��<��:*><��:~>v��:^  :_  :���_>_>  iWfli/0  X  appointment as C.P.R.  station agent  at Midway. ' '  Mrs.   G,   A.   Rendell  has returned  from a trip to "Moose Jaw   and other  Sole Agents.for.,B* C*  Our Perfume Specials  CARNATION  JOCKEY CLUB  WHITE ROSE  VIOLET  In Ounce Glass Stopper Vials  Regular 50 ct Goods.  We bought too much of this line and are selling  off while they are fresh and odorous for  8oc   YOUR  CHOICE   3oc  s- wow wen  *,,.Considerable improvements hare been made   to  the  4--7.:i*Liik^tkis4Lea'r,_mos^^  S. .enade with seats down one side.    It is now an en-.  ���!*..-. -.-������'������  *" joyment for,the.spectators' as well0-as   the  .skaters  ���_���������������' to visit this resort.'.  *���  �� :0p3ii in Afternoon  *  from 2:40 to 4:30  1  HI  f:  X  X  ���X  X  X  X  X  f  X  X  ?'  X  X.  X  X  X  X'  X-  > *:<, ���^������������W'K*^'>,X*'W*'>'K**;-*'K,-.,,t',K"X''5'  Open in Evening"  from 7:30 to 10  Co.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  *>     .......  }���77  )-;---WINES, .LIQUORS and CIGARS  Sole Agents for PABST FAMOUS BEER.  iiiild:7.itp; Your - System' With Iron Brew  \ JAS. "McCREATH, Prop.,' Greeenwood i

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