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 U_PP_a____Ba_-_Wp��M  v, - 7*7*r -V,��� <v���*~\��if<i   s  . ��  ���'  !    >  ���K  Y Oh  imm,  iDiamond  is  tht_  J      1  ^he lead on'.his c_ain)  '*��<- with a 94-footitrf-j  ���MSB." im IS  ��.  c4  d  Vol. 9.0  GREENWOOD, B. G. FRIDAY', JUNE 30, L905.  No. 4.  nt  1THB    S/Q      &TOM2E>  ..  WHITE MOUNTAIN" TRIPLE MOTION  >       t ] *"   T _���  Ice Cream  ze_rs  Freezes Cream in 3 minutes.     All sizes from 2 qt  American "Mil" Freezer  _    - r  -  .  i (  ICE BERG" AND "MODEL"  >      N     f  Solid Oak Finish,  '' two Flavors of Cream  MEWS OF THE MINES.  James Donnahue and Richard Armstrong- of Chicago visited Greenwood  last week. Mr. Donnahue ib one of the  owners of the Helen and came west for  the purpose of seeing- the property iu  which he is interested. Mr. Armstrong is well known in the Bouudaiy  country, having- formerly been president of the* Grand Forks Townsite  company, now the British American  Trust company'. ' The' two gentlemen  while here visited the leading- mines  of the district and also Phoenix camp,  and left for the Portland' fair on Monday morning. Mr. Armstrong- is returning- to Greenwood for a lengthier  stay some time during the week.  M_. Donnahue is one of' Chicago's  leading real estate aad financial  agents. He loans immense sums af  money on real estate security and is a  wealthy and highly resoected citizen  of Chicago. While in B. C. both gentlemen visited the LaFrance mine in  East Kootenay, situate on the east  side of Kootenay lake. > A visit to this  mine entails a climb of 6,000 feet from  the lake. It is a silver-lead proposition, in which Alexander Miller is  heavily interested.   ' ���       ' . -'  Jewels to Please Ml  : ��� ..V.Tastes:--"' '������'���:.  *-*^*��^��*t**fr��->*frftW������*����**����'��C*"'8H^  _��� "> * ._. 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C. i  <^_w>*����fr**M****^>��^:*'*^  Special Sate of Ladies Ready-  to-Wear Goods*  *>  t  _*  Ebery Item' is of Special Interest to Ladies  of Greerittoood.  Ladies white Underskirts with  deep embroidery frill and insertion, worth S2.50.  Sale Price $1.50  Ladies Fine White Cambric  Gowns, worth Si. IS.  Sale Price 75 c.  Ladies White Cambric Drawers, cluster tucks and embroidery  trimmed, worth 85c.  Sale Price 50c pair-  Ladies Corset Covers,  made of  fine English cambrics, worth 60c  Special Price 35c.  Ladies Shirtwaist Suits made  of fine English chambroy and  linen, worth $8.00.  Sale Price $5.50  Ladies Shirtwaist Suits made  of fine English Gingham, worth  S6 00.  Special Price $3.75  Ladies Fine Dongola Kid lace  Shoes, worth S3.50.  Special Price $2.50  _ . '  Whooping Cough in Jamaica-  '[ Mr." J. Riley Bennett,' a chemist5" of  Brown's Town, Jamaica, West' India  Islands, writes: " I cannot speak too  highly of> Chamberlain's' Cough  Remedy. It-has proved itself to be the  best ' remedy for whoopittg cough,  which is prevalent on this end of the  globe1. It has never failed to relieve  in any case where I have recommended  it, andj grateful mothers*, after using  it', are daily thanking me for advising  them." This remedy is for sale by all  druggists."  Dr. Spankie reports' that in the new  shaft on the Prince Henry, which is  now' down 50 feet a very fine vein six  inches wide and carrying values of  over $100 per ton has been struck. A  syndicate of local capitalists has been  formed, called the Prince Henry-Aber-  craig -Development syndicate, on the  assessment plan, for the' purpose of  purchasing and developing the two  claims under bond, the Prince Henry  and, the Abercraig. The outlook is  most encouraging.  thought at that time that something  would soon be doing at the Jewel property. Should this deal go through it  will mean a great deal to Greenwood.  The Le Roi No. 2 is an English company, weil financed and managed, and  and is one of the very few companies  doing business in Rossland camp  which has paid profits. Until quite  recently the ore from the Josie has  been treated at the B. C. Copper company's smelter here.  During the first three months of this  year the management of the EPU  shipped ore which netted $7,500. Since  the beginning of April practically no  shipping has been done, but the whole  of the large staff employed has been  engaged in development work on the  160-foot level. Drifts have been run  north and south on the vein for about  eighty feet in each direction and the  property never looked better than  today. Considerable improvements  are contemplated in the tramway,  which will reduce the cost of handling  the ore. The mine is equipped with a  boiler aud a Jenckes hoist, and1 early  this year electric' light was installed  both on the surface and1; below/ Two  electric blowers have also'been added,  one for the blacksmith shop and the  olher for ventilating the mine. It is  expected that,* as* soon as tbe tram-'  way improvements have been completed active - shipping will, be resumed.  ITEMS FROM EHOLT.  The Phoenix syndicate which has  the Mavis under bond has sunk a shaft  25 ^feet deap on the .main lead,5 which,  judging from the character of the ore,  is the Bay lead. At the' bottom "of the  shaft 14 to 18' inches of rich free-gold  ore is exposed^ The bonding syndicate now' purpose- pushing the work  with all dispatch and developing the  property as rapidly as possible. '  School closed on  term:   A   number  Friday last for the  of parents visited  Blkhorn  Beer. i i  Millinery Ladies ^ggffigj1* aU k  RBND.BL-L' S�� CO  Has been a favorite  from it birth, as is  evidenced by is popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading  Hotels either draught or 1  bottled.  Insist or having  "ELKHORN"  MADE BY THE  Though there is every evidence of  the' proximity of the veins in both the  Freemout and the Strathmore up to  the time of going to press, neither vein  has been reached. On the Fremont  two men ran a 25-foot open" cut and a  60-foot tunnel through dirt, timbered  and complete, in 27 days.  The latest ore struck in the Helen  mine is the finest so far found in this  most promising ^property. The vein  is solidly mineralized and the ore as-  _ays_wel!-above-the-'profltable_mark.  Two carloads are now ready for shipment.  D. M. Curry, one of the original  bonders of the Duncan mine on Wallace mountain. West Fork district, arrived in Greenwood Tuesday evening  last, suffering from a badly sprained  side. He is at present under a p ysi-  cian's care and progressing favorably.  It is the intention of some of those  interested with Messrs. Curiie and  Henderson in the bond to go up the  West Fork tomorrow and return on  Monday or Tuesday next.  On the Goldfinch, Wm. Madden, who  is superintending the development  work on behalf of his uncle, Mark F.  Madden of Chicago, has been steadily  prospecting the main lead and has now  started a tunnel about half way up between the creek and the old (workings.  Good values have been obtained from  the surface at this spot.  E. Levy, manager of the Le Roi No.  2, limited, Kossland, came to Greenwood Wednesday. As his company  admit having an option on the Jewel  mine at Long lake, and as Mr. Wright,  the cashier of the' Jewel company, is  also in Greenwood from London, Eng.,  it seems fairly safe to surmise that  Josie people have decided to purchase  the property. It is a well known fact  that they have had the mine un-  waterec. and thoroughly sampled and  that the pumps have been kept going  to keep the mine clear, of water unti  such time as Mr. Levy's company decided whether to purchase or not.  About.two months ago an option \yas  taken on a half interest on the Denero  Grande As the papers for this deal  were  drawn   up   at Rossland   it was  the school in  the afternoon to see the  closing exercises. - ' . ���  " On Monday evening the children's  concert was held in, the opera house,  followed by a dance. The concert was  a' success, as the children all performed their parts ������ exceptionally well.  Miss Wells of Grand Forks assisted  and gave a solo, asalso did Miss Vina'  Luce. , i  Miss Dorm-an left for her home on  Tuesday   and will shortly go, to the  Territories with  her sister, :Mis_ Ida, ,  r " ���  to spend che greater part of the holidays. ���    ,       .     ��� -t  \ Julius Black,  our genial  townsman  and proprietor of the Columbia, ialeav- \  ing Eholt to take tip his residence in  Midway.   Success, Bro. Black!  V The picnic on  Wednesday was well  attended and with the exception of a  few stiff joints the next day passed off  very well.  Howard Guest left for the coast on  Wednesday to try his'fortunes'and see  what the gods send him there.  BOUNDARY FALLS SCHOOL.  Last Friday a very pleasant and  profitable event took place in the closing exercises of of the Bojndary Falls  public school, which reflected great  credit on the teacher, Mr. Pope; the  trustees, all of whom were present;  the parents, and the children in the  commitnitj*. After the examinations  were over a good programme of mpsic  and recitations, under the supervision  of Mrs. Phillips as instructor and Miss  McCurdy as organist, was rendered by  the scholars who acquitted themselves  admirably.  The programme was concluded by  serving all present with delicious icecream, cake and lemonade, furnished  by lhe ladies.  Mr. Pope has gone to the coast for  his holidays.  A Safe Coii-yh Remedy for Children  In buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no  danger from it and relief is always  sure to follow. It is especially valuable for colds, croup and whooping  cough.    For sale by all druggists.  In the upper cretaceous deposits at  White Cliffs, New South Wales, two  skeletons of plesiosaurian y reptiles  have been found, both of which were  completely opalized, like the tree  trunks round in Arizona and other  western localities. In the first example of these jeweled motisters'tnat  was unearthed the color was very rich  and striking; the second was less  brilliant of hue, and precious opal occurred only here and there in the  specimen, especially in the transverse-  processes of the neck. The plesiosaurs  are an extinct race of very long-  necked creatures which swam in  ancient seas,  '   ._  0 /���'.  7     777  M--n-t-lU_P-"1Hrr r*+ff"*e*,"a*���il*'aM���Tja"m-M-tjm"���*-" ���*-  i. ��� imwim iw nitti"  -___^5_  ,/    ���  BOUNDARY/*OREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDg.  /.   H.   HALLET i  Barrister, Soucitor,  Notary Public.  Cable Address :      ha_.I-_tt."  Codks  Bedford M'Neill's  Moreing & Neal's  L-iber's.  Grefivwood,  P. MOL.EOD  Barrister and Solicitor,  Offices in -  RENDELI/BLOCK  Over Bank of Montreal  P. O. Box 31.  Phone 81  GREENWOOD B.C  side of local sympathy- with localk' .���x���x��X��X'��X��:-"K i    -. ^ ,n  ,.,,,-, ,  ., "   ,^s'uV..%A,vwL*wGr*!*i8' lead bull  TlO  feeling  The mine is being worked  stockholders and the very natural  desire to see  one's  friends come  out on top,   there  is  here  and has more ore blocked out  than at an}- previous period in  its history. The difficulties of  the directors will be settled next  week in court, aud no matter  which side wins the mine is>too  rich and has too much ore in  sight for a close-down.  taining* t\_<.,���'i>-*ira is far greater than  that of any possible loss in roasting  furnaces. It is* also claimed by the  roasting process 98 per cent of the gold  is recovered in Western Australia at a  cost of not more than S5 a ton, whereas  the cost'of smelting is not less than  522,50 a ton for the recovery of not  under 94.2 per cent.  4. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  (.Inlne and Engineering: Surveys.  Residence:   Church St. 'Phone Bl5.  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 & Wick-wire.  '    Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.   :      :,    :      :   B.   O.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICMRD H. PARKINSON,.  A. HI. Can* Toe C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys  on  Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly attended to at regular  prices.  Address :   FAIRVIEW P.   O.. B. C  W. H. JEFFERY.  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  an _ reported* on.   Will  take charg-u of development work.  ^Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  At last the V., V. & E. bill  has passed the most important  stage in its progress. Judging  from the opposition the bill received in committee it is doubtful  if it can be carried through both  houses. The Western members  are putting up a strong fight,  and as it is their constituents who  are alone interested in its passage, this may have weight with  members and senators who are  not interested in either road. It  is not probable that the bill will  become a party measure, for  where large railway corporations j  are interested party lines 'are  easily obliterated. At least this  has been the rule heretofore, but  ihe present'parliament and senate  may be the exception. The passage of the bill means so much  to the Boundary and the territory  west of here that party bias has  become a secondary consideration. The railroad is needed in  the development' of the cbuutrv..  Its construction means increased  business and larger raining operations���more money in circulation.  The party that puts money in  the pockets of the electors stands  a good show^of gettiug their  votes.     ���  DR MATHISON   DENTIST  Opposite Post Office  GREENWOOD  - ' -  B C  S.BARRY YUILL  T. R SUTHERLAND  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Shippers' Agent. Entire charge taken  of consignments of ore. Checking-,  weighing, sampling and assaying  ofvsamples. ��  GREENWOOD, B. C.  THE LEAOINO TONSORIAL PARLOR  * IH THE C/TV  BATHS 25 CENTS  WM. FRAWLEY, : : Prop.  p   BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE  "^SfR-S-5- Nor3-.I.O.O.F.��� -���  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  I. 9. O. T. Hall.    A cordial mvi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning-'brethern.  W. Elson Fked B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  THE WASTE DUMP.  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  (F*  Capital; all paid up, $14,000,000.  President.   Lokd Stkathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:    Hour. G-kokgi. A. Drummo-ID.  General Manaper :   E. S  Clottston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ ^\,Pr��._S_.. New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling" Excltaiipre and Cable Transfers ; Graut Commercial an ,  TiaTc'llers' Credits, available in any par .of the world.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  >e_>  *=_  nty ty tyty ty tyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty 4r ty ty ty ty ty ty 3*  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  REPRESENTING-  ; The Phoenix Fire Assurance Co. of London, Eng.  Liverpool and London and  | Globe' Insurance Company.  The British  surance Co.,  America As-  of Toronto.  The Caaudian Birkbeck  In-vestmcnt and Savings  Co.  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      ANI)  i   J -  'jKWKTJvER.  All work guaranteed    GREENWOOD  i -  !_ -  _i     ���  Qbe  Boundary Creel. Times  'Issued ewerv Friday  Duncan Ross _ Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  In the southeast Missouri lead district* a concentrating plant capable of  handling ten tons an hour costs, from'  $25,000 to $35,000. ,\  The placer mines of British Columbia produced last year $1,115,300 in  gold, an increase of about 5 per cent  over the preceding year.  There are certain mining processes  to which electricity can be applied directly, such as hoisting, tramming and  pumping; but breaking ore by electricity is still an experiment.  In New Zealand last year the average weekly earnings of some. 100 gold  dredges was about S450, a satisfactory  figure, when one considers the small  initial capital required and the low  working cost.  The consensus of opinion among geologists _is_that __he_ Yukon _ placers'are  concentrated from ' older, possibly  Paleozoic, veins, while a smaller part  is derived from veins of the same age  as those of/ the principal California  belt.  'It costs about 7J_ cents for each 1,000  gallons of water- raised 1,000 feet by  the more modern large station pumps  in the Lcadville district, Colorada.  Some time ago it was shown that for  every tou of ore mined about thirty  tons of water were pumped from an  average depth of 800 feet.  1  k  No. L. 148. MEN'S  CHROME KIP BAL  Plain' toe, leather lined,  bellows tongue, double  sole aud slip. Tliis is a  broad toe ��� last, made to  stand hard, heavy wear; j  the upper will always re-  NADEN      -:-  J*. _|- *^�� n^a Jfe *|- *^�� ��$- -$�� *$��� ���$�� ��$- ty t^. tyty t*$.��^-��$-k$��-^��t$tt��<-$.t$��3��  \  _inill_W__KIIHIH-"l_*^��-*_t-*_-*--*W-----?��<^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000     v Reserve Fund, $3,500,000;  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  .B. E. WALKER, General Manager   ,     ALEX.^LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager" -  tain its soft, velvety feel-  |j  ing and is as waterproof  as leather can be made.  Manufactured ���y  LTD.  ____  VANCOUVER,     B.   C  BANK MONEY ORDERS  v. >       -  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATE8: '  $5 and under        3 cents ��� - *  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents,, '  "   $10    -" "-       $30  10 cents , '       .     -'   $30   -'" i ".        $50  15 cents'  These Orders are Payable.at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the, principal banking points in the United States.  .   .      ..    '  NFGOTIA-LE AT A riXBD RATE AT 7"  "'   THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  ' with safety and at'small cost.  Greenwood Branch   -  -   -  WI ALDSQN, Mahkger.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  r ' * J  LWINEC_I10"nDQ  and   rifUDQ  _t__*__,��_/ws.vw_��   u-im- viUrliiU  VV iLi-L-roy  Per Ybak   Six Months   TO FORKIQN  COUNTKIKS.  2 00  1 25  2 50  ���FRIDAY JUNE 30, 190S  At the rate justices of the  peace are being manufactured by  the government the best people  of the province will soon all be  bonded, and there will be difficulty in filling the possitions of  provincial constables, pound-  keepers, and sewage experts. It  would be advisable to save a few  of the "best" for any odd jobs  that might turn up requiring  neither experience nor intelligence.        The Providence Mining company is being well advertised  these days, both locally and out.  side. The trouble is one that  will right itself in time.    Out-  ��!���> ���%��������*!��%{�����*�������_    ___ -*>  B>      "BS1 *{_f__ B* _>  Sole Agents for PABST FAMOUS BEER.  ��� k "_r v  Build up Your System With Iron Brew  v * t /  _ *  t  JAS. McCREATH, Prop,,   Greeenwood  THE BARN'WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST. OF DRIVERS AND  RIGS AS WELL AS SADDLE  AND PACK HORSES ARE ALWAYS   AT   YOUR   DISPOSAL.  lay; Grains Feed  , Can supply you wants in all kinds of  Chopped Feed, Hay or Grain    :    :  | Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  * Tlie best  KNOWN  GREEN BONES, COT FRESH  THREE oTIMES PER WEEK  ?  _>__  GEO. H. CROPLEY,  Proprietor.  \~Z***tt**Z<**Z**Z**Z*^^^  ,0-UB HEMSPAFERS/�����-^_s_^  25 cents per hundred at this office  ���i ���  ___  /  tt*>&0T_##��_��',.m��e��_'#_-H_i. ����#����^  *  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  a  o  o  a  a  a  6  a  B  B  a  a  ��  B  B  a  B  B  B  B  B B  B . B  X- * I  I  The following- write-up of the��We.t  Fork country is by Ge$>. E. Winkler,  formerly of Greenwood, and apeared  in the June number of the Mining-  Record:  Since the palmy days of the Sloean,  ���when rich veins of silver ores made  ��� many of'their owners wealthy without  the aid or interventiou of the capitalist,  there has probably been no catnp.dis-  covered in British Columbia offering-  inducements for profitable mining-to  men of moderate means or companies  with limited capital, comparable to  those presented by several camps on  the West Fork of Kettle river.  Unfortunately, five or six years ago,  at the time this part of the Boundary  district was attracting most attention,  it was seriously hampered by lack of  roads, so that to visit it a journey of  more than fifty miles by road and  trail from Midway,'the western terminus of the Columbia and Western railway, or thirty miles by trail from Pentieton, on Okanagan lakL, was necessary. It can re'ad.ly be imagined, under such'circumstances, with what dif-  ' Acuities the shipping of ore and the  '- bringing in of 'necessary supplies and  machinery'were attended.  * An agitation for the construction of  a wagon road, to give 'access from the  .district tothe Boundary .smellers, was  started in 1900 and resulted in the securing of a government"appropriation  of $8,000 for the purpose, this sum having been tstimated as sufficient for the  ' work. Owing partially to bad management, i however this amount was  found  to   be   totally' inadequate,   for  "most of the approptiation was spent in  the   construction   of    two    or ' three  ���bridges.   "A long, disheartening strug-  " gle for further aid resulted finally in  the provision of sufficient money for  the   completion,, about a year and a  - half ago of the road, at a total cost of  about $31,000 , ,     . -  The first known discovery of mineral  in the West Fork district 'was made by  two prospectors from Kelowna, named  Morgan and   White,  who  in'the late  . eighties or early --nineties found and  located   what   is   now 4he Arlington  '   cla'm.    After having ,done  three as-  - sessments they allowed it to lapse and  it was relocated in 1895 by P. Helstab  and Jas. Lynch, who later sold it to A.  E.'Bielenberg for $2,000. -The Ariin-g-  *,ton vein is between 3 and 3j_ feet  ' wide, of white quartz, and carries iron  -and copper pyrites with a little galena.  About thirty tons of ..ore-have been  taken' out in prospecting the vein,  which is said to assay well in gold,  cbpper-and silver.  The second location in the district  was the Highland Chief, made in 1895  by three trappers, Farrell, Jordan and  Dore, on a quartz vein 12 to 15 feet  -wide, averaging t $11 in gold. This  property is situated on the east side of  Beaver creeK, a few miles from where  it flows into the West Fork of Kettle  river.    A'   crosscut   tunnel   has   been  _���  -   driven 130 feet to cut the vein at depth  " but has not yet reached the ore.  "The   first   location    attracted   very   little attention. . The real awakening  of the district may be said to date from  the-discovery by Jas. C. Dale, in 1896,  of the Carmi, on 'the west side of the  river, about six miles north of the  "mouth of Beaver creek. The Carmi  lead is of white quartz, with an average width of about four feet and is  strongly mineralized with iron pyrites,  . the other minerals visible in small  quantities being galena* blende and  copper pyrites. The highest assay  was obtained from a sample of oxy-  dized surface ere which ran S350.50 in  gold and, 66 ounces in silver. The  " , massive iron pyrites as a rule gives  assay values of from $45 to S6S a ton.  A shipm .nt of 885 tons of ore to the  Greeenwood smeiter during the winter  of 1900-1 gave gross returns of about  $23,000, or $26 per ton.. The cost of  shipping and treating the ore, which  had to be hauled about fifty miles to  the railway at Midway, is roughly  estimated at $16 per ton.  Adjoining the Carmi on the west is  the Butcher .Boy; own_d by Stanhope  ancl Kerr, oh which a continuation of  the Carmi lead is found.  Two miles .west of the Carmi are  situated the Rossland and Trail claims,  owned by English, Scully and Gannon... A o0-foot crosscut-tunnel strikes  a 20-inch -quartz lead at a depth of 40  .feet. Values are copper, silver and  .    yg-old. \        _ ." ,V"7-. :7    K7  Across the river from the Carmi, on  the Observatory, owned by Jas. C.  Dale, an 80-foot tunnel has been  driven in an'endeavor to trace a small  %��� vein carrying iron, galena and chlorides of silver and assaying as high as  300 ounces in silver to the ton.  Southwest of  the Carmi, at the head  .      of Cranberry  creek,  in  a contact be  tween schist and granite, the Aberdeen claim has been located on a small  veiu which carries iron, galena, zinc  and bromide of silver, assays- running  $60 to $600 in silver,  While in course of time and with  further development, some of the less  known camps on the West Fork may  come into prominent notice/it must be  generally admitted that at present  Wallace mountain is the banner camp  of the district, both in regard to the  number and grade of gold and silver  bearing leads. The mountain is near  the junction of Beaver creek with the  West Fork, on the cast side of the  river, and until recently was reached  by a three-mile trail from Beaverdell.  Within the last few weeks the owners  of the Sally mine have built a wagon  road from their property to the main  road at Beaverdell. Like many others  of the .high-grade miues showing up  so well in the Boundary district, the  Sally belongs to a local company. This  one is known as the "Vancouver and  Bouddary Creek Mining and Development company, and was organized  some years ago by Robert Wood. The  development of the Sally to its present  satisfactory condition is generally  creditedjro Clement Vacher, the superintendent, who. owing to the disturbances that have occurred since* the  forming of -the veins, has had much  trouble in following the ore. The  faults vary from a foot or two to 40 and  50 feet, but as depth is attained they  become less frequent. ' If the ore  faulted but the'oneway the, problem of  tracing it would be simplified, but with  slips both to north and south it can be  understood  that the  initial stages of  * r | y  development-have been attended with  great difficulties. ' By studying the  ground carefully, however, and noting  the grooves along the slip and the  "drag" left by-the ore when moving,  Mr.-Vacher seems able to tel1 almost  the exact location of-the vein- and to  follow it ' with vthe vslightest_ possible  loss of time and'labor.  The Sally guoup was located in 1897  by Feltoe and Stewart, who sold to the  present owners. No "-less than nine or  ten' distinct leads are found 'on the  group, varying,in- width from 10 or 12  inches .to 4 and 5' feet,  and  the Black Diamond is the Standard  Fraction.    The lead on-this claim has  r  been prospected with a 94-foot tunnel  and a number of open cuts.  On the Rambler,' adjoining on the  West, and belonging to Rambo, Nelson and Finucane, a shaft has been  sunk 85 feet, from which a drift has  been -run 106 feet to'the south to catch  the vein where it had faulted.     '  On the Bounty, owned by the Stratford Mining company, a 90-foot shaft  has been sunk and 100 feet of tunneling done.  Adjoining the Sally group is the  Duncan, owned by Robert Wood and  others, and now under bond.  MINERAL ACT.  *  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Logan" Mineral Claim, situate iu the Green,  wood Mining Division, of Yale District  "Where located: On Wallace Mountain  adjoinIng the Duncan mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson  Fiee Minei's Certilicate "Vo. BS0S15. and  as agent for I _ M Elkins, Free Miucis Cc; tifl-  cate No. 1380536, and Thomas Muriay, Free  Miners. CertificaleNo. B55S99, intend, sixty days  from the date heieof.to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a certificateof Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice  that  action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 29lh dav of March. A.D. 1.!..  .SYDNEY M. JOIINSON  carrying  AUSTRALIANS INTERESTED.  According to information received by  Manager Keary preparations are now  going on in various parts of the Australia for a big exhibit of that country's resources to be made at the Dominion fair which opens in Westminster on September 27, D. H. Ross,  who is Canadian commercial agent for  Victoria, Tasmania and South and  Western Australia, took the matter up  some time ago with the various chambers of commerce and has*-- worked the  proposition into an undertaking which  has been entered into with general enthusiasm. The people of Australia  realise, Mr. Ross says, that the holding of the Dominion fair in New Westminster opens to them a great opportunity to develop trade 'with British  Columbia and they will improve it by  making an .elaborate display of such  of their products as are marketable in,  this' part of the empire. <  The production of platinum last year  in British. Columbia amounted to 35  ounces, valued at $12 an ounce. This  was recovered from the sluice boxes in  washing for placer gold. There has  been no platinum iound "in place"' sin  British Columbia, although its occurrence is -widespread in the gravel of  the ��� placer gold deposits throughout  the province. ,  Sprained Ankle.   Stiff- Neck,   Lame  '     Shoulder,  These, are three common" ailments'  for which Chamberlain, s Pain Balm is  especially valuable. If promptly applied it will save you time, money and  suffering when troubled with any one  of   these  ailments.    For sale  by   all  -i ' ���*  druggists.  \   r~~  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  notici:.  "La Tour" mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood Miuiiiir Dmsion ' of Yale District.  AVhere located:- In Copper Cruel, camp.  TAKE NOTICE thai I, Isaac II. Hallett as  audit for Kenneth C. 15. -Villi, Free Minoi's  Certilicate No. 1_E359, and Charles Ellin*,' Mci-  ritt. Free Miner's Certificate No. 1)8014], intend,  si .tv days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder fora Certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a Ciown  Grant Qf the above claim.  And further talc*, notice that action, uuder  section 37, must !>o commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements."  ' Dated this ISth day of April, A. D. 1904..  LIS 10 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT  Ceftificate of Improvements.  ���  NOTICE.  "Superior'.'   Mineral' Claim, - situate   in   the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. m Where  located:   In   Tripple  Lake  camp. ' . *  TAKE NOTICE Miat I, John Gray, Free  Miner's > Certilicate No. B805S1, intend,  sixty days from the date liereof. to apply to  to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, forthe purpose of, obtaining- a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  . And further take .notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sucli Certificite of Improvements.  ���   Dated this 17th day of April. A. D. 19.5.  high silver values wherever prospected  at depth. The silver occurs in a variety of forms and is .associated in the  quart2,with iron pyrites and blende.  Some beautiful specimens' of native  silver are found,and handsome samples  of galena are often met with. ��� Specimens of the ore taken out show tetra.  hedrite, argentite, ruby and brittle  silver, black sulphides of silver and  silver chlorides. As the veins run up  and down hill they' have been developed mainly 'by tunnels: No. 1 vein  has 382 feet of work ,doue on it. A  parallel vein as short dislanfce to the  south, known** as No. 2, shows larger  and richer on the surface than No. 1,  and assays from1400 to 940 ounces in  silver at various places along the outcrop. When developed this vein should  make the Sally rank with the richest  silver miues discovered in British Columbia. The greatest" depth reached  has been on the No. 1 vein, the dis-  tance between the surface and the floor  of the tunnel, which has been driven  234 feet, being 148 feet. The vein  shows a steady improvement both in  size and quality, a- large increase in  the native silver being nojed in the  ore now being mined as compared with  that taken from near the surface.  The Sally is at -an elevation of 4,350  feet above sea level and is nearly 2,000  feet above the valley of the West Fork.  Substantial log bunk houses, a blacksmith shop, office, and ore sheds have  been constructed near the entrance to  the workings on No. 1 vein.  Northeast of the Sally is the Bell,  owned by Ralph Smailes et al. The  Bell has the distinction of being the  first claini located on Wallace mountain. Three veins of quartz, showing  iron pyrites, blende and galena, have  been prospected by two. tunnels, a 70-  foot shaft and several open cuts.  East of the Bell are the Washington  and Idaho claims, belouging to a stock,  company. These were located on two  parallel leads occurring in contact  with an eruptive dyke, the strike of  which is north and south. Several  shafts have been sunk, and considerable open-cutting done on these properties. '7  On the Black Diamond, belonging to  E. P. Kennedy and Jos.-Devlin, a 49-  foot shaft has been sunk, fallowing  the vein for 23 feet. Four leads have  been exposed and some good assays  obtained. In the same neighborhood  the7Gold Rock, owned by T.'Marry,  hasa2-foot vein7showing gray copper and galena, which assays as high  as $287 to the ton.   Down the hill from  I  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and sonth to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Licave                    * * Arrive  Spokane 6:20 p. m.  Rossland 4:55 p. m.  Nelson 6:30 p. m.  Grand Forks /  3:33 p. m  Phoenix "   5:20 p, m.  Republic 8:30 p. ra.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and Nelson.  Effective March 5th, 1905  In Connection With  9:50 a.  m.  10:55 a.  m.  9:20 a.  m.  11:20 a.  m.  9:50 a.  m.  _ 8:00 a.  m.  mm .  - xjavjuiax   _  RAILWAY  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT. LINE'TO  ST.   PAUL,,    DULUTH,    MINNEAPOLIS, 'CHICAGO and ALL POINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOMi*   VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all 1-ACIFIC  COAST- POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining  and. Buffet  Smoking Library  .   "       ca r.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on 'or..address a agent^ of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  HV'A. Jacksok, H. Brandt,  g. _\ & p. a., c. p. & T. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash.        ��� Spokane," Wash  .MINERAL ACT.  NOTICE is herebv given that The Vancouver, Victoria and Eastejn Railway and  Navigation Company, will apply^o the Pailia-  ment of Canada, at the piesent session thereof,  for an Act declaring that the said company is  and beeu since Us railway was by 61 Vict.ria,  chapter 89, declared to be a work forthe general  advantage of Canada, a 'company under the  leg-islative jurisdiction Of the Patliament of  Canada and aiitliori-ing the company to construct and operate in extension of the undertaking already authorized a lailway from Olivers on the line ot the Victoria Terminal  Railway and Ferry Company to the soutli bank  of the Fraser River near Liverpool and to a  connection with the Bridge over the Fraser  Rfrcr near Liverpooli with power to connect  with railways opeiating in the State of ���Washington and with the Vancouver, Westminster,  and Yukon. Railway Company, The "Victoria  Terminal and, Ferry Company and The New  Westminster Southern "Railway Company or  any ofithem, and extending the lime limited^ by  the Aits respecting the company for the commencement and completion of its undertaking,  and for other purposes.   ^ '  Dated at Ottawa this 31st day of March, 1905.  ' ���       McGIVERIN & HAYDON,  ���" Solicitors for the applicants.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of of Improvements:  v NOTICE..  "Putnam" and "Eureka Fractional" Mineral  Claims, situate in^tbe Greenwood Mining  'i Division of Yale District.   Where located;  In South Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for John Matthews, Free Miner's  Certificate No, B804S3, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Milling Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims.  '   Aud further take- notice that action, under,  section 37, must be commenced before the.is-  suance of sucli Certificafc. of Iraprovenlsnte.7  , Dated this 22nd day of April, 1905.  I. H. HALLETT.  .   _        -  MINERAL ACT 1896.  certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  ���'KEYSTONE" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale Dis-   'trict.   Where located: Iii Smith2s_camp,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Samuel J. J.nson, Free  Miner's Ceitificate No. B80452, intend sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,'  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Graut of  the above claim.  , And further take notice that  action,  under  Section   37,   must be commenced  before   the  issuance   of    such    Certificate    of   Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of April, A. D., 190s.  I. H. HALLETT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Denero Chico" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of-Yale  District. Where located: In Long Lake  Camp. ......  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent from for Edward !I. Mortimer, Free  Miner's Certificate Ho. D85663, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificatesof Improvements,  for the purposeof obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  .And  further take notice that action, under  section   37.   must be   commenced   before the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 2")th day of June, A. 1). 1905.  I. H. HALLETT.  -; .*���.���-��� . ��� t'    ��� ,..  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To F. T. Ketchum or to auy person or per.  sons to whom he may have transfered his  interest in the Loudon mineial claim  situate on De.dwoocl camp, in the Grtcnwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  You are hereby notified that I  have expended the sum of S100 for work on the above mentioned claims and S2.50 for recording the ��ame  for assessment  work for one j-ear, _uch bciuy  -required and  necessary to hold said claims for  the year ending the 8th March. 1901 and 1905,  under the provisions of  the   Mineral Act and  Amending  Acts  and  if at the expiration ot  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 sa-id mineral   claim  shall   become invested, in me, your co-owner,  upon filing in the proper office in that behalf  the affidavit required by section 4 of the "Min  era! Act Amending Act,-1900."  Dated 1st Jane, 1905. : .    "  7 GEO. ANDREWS.  TO  Greenwood and all  Boundary Points  30-DAY LIMIT .  Via VANCOUVER  Or VICTORIA  Corresponding-, rates * f,rom all  Kootenay points. For full particulars, first class or tourist  sleeper reservations, apply to  local agents or write  E.-'.R. REDPATH,' Agent,.  GREENWOOD, B.'C. N  E J. COYLE,     'J. S. CARTER,      "  '  G..P.A. Vancouver . O. P. A.'Nelson -  MINERAL ACT,'  Certificate _f Improvements;   *  NOTICE.    >   $  "Keystone Fractional" Mineral Claini, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.   Where located: In Cooper camp.  TAKE dNOTICE that 1, C. _E. . Shaw.'  acting as agent -tor William Hanna,,  Free -Miner's Certificate No. B 91577, intend, sixty daps from the date *r hereof,  to apply to the arming Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown Grant of the above claim,  Aiid further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this l.th'day of June, A. D., 1905. !  C. _E. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'No. 9 Mineral Olaim. situate iu the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.**  Where  , located: In De-dwood Caijip - adjoiuing  theHuckliorn Mineral Clainu  TAKE NOTICE that I'Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for Pat Hickey, Free  Miner's Certifi.ate No. 15 8049C, Frank J. Miller, Free Miner's Ceitificate No. B 80502, Wm.  M. Law. Free Miner's Certificate No. B, 80s'_8,  H. L. Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B, 804+8, and . Duncan Mcintosh, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B85697, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Improvement,  fot tli8 purposeof obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claims.  ���And-furt_ier>take notice tHat-action,-under-  section 37,   must be  commenced   before    the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  ���   Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D.. 1905.-  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.*  "Lillie James"   mineral Claim, situate in ���he  Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale  Dis-  tlstrlct.   Where 1ocnt-d: Iu South Wellington camp.  AKE NOTICE thnt-I, Charles H. Tye,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85703. in- ,  tcnd,si .ty dajs from the date hereof.to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a certificateof Improvements, for the purpose of obtaiu'r-g crown  grant of tlie above claim.  And further tako notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvement-.  Dated this 19th dty ot May, A. _���.. 1905.  T  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of. Improvements.  NOTICE.    7 ,  "Messina" Mineral Claim situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located: On Copper creek on Main  Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Alfred Cameron. Free Miner's  Certiiicatc No. B80591. Edward Tennesson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. H7-157, and Charles  Stooke, Free Miner's Certilicate No. 1180454, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements, for' the purpose o( obtaining a  Crown Grant of theabove claim.  Ard further take notice that action, nnder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of April, A. D. 1905.  Ii6 21 I. U. HALLETT.  gMINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  '���"     '���-'--��� NOTICI.  "Robert I." Mineral Claim situate in thcGreen- .  wood   Mining Division  of  Yale   District.  Where located:    In Canyon Creek camp.  TAKENOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett,  FreeMiner's Certificate No. BS0140, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder fora Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of theabove claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th dav of April, A.D. 1904.  H6 24        -.'.._"��� I. H. HALLETT.  M-NERAIy-ACT.  Certificate of\lmprovements.  NOTICE.   7  "Fremont "Mineral Claim, situate in Greenwood  Mi-injr Division  of   Yale  District.  Where located*. In Providence Camp, adjoining the "Providence" mineral claim.  TAKENOTICE that we, Elizabeth Galloway   And   Robert   Wood,   Free   Miner's  Certificate Nos. 15S_~S6 and B8_415, respectively,  intend, si.xtj-days from  date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements,   for  the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the alKive claim. "  And farther t--!c.   notice that action, under-  section 37, niuscbe commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated UU- 24th dn.y of March, A. b.. 1903.  S9_BB5_8__S_S 7 r o  {"' '. '      '   *      'j  -_   _-.  OREEK   TIMES  /  ���ii**  ;*;  1  Ml'  Mil'  I ?7  is- f  17.1  if  MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP*  That so far from being a blessing  wherever introduced, public ownership  would be a gigantic curse in the United  States is the revised opinion which Mr.  James Dalrymple is taking- back with  hitn to Glasgow. The Scottish engineer who came out to Chicago to  give the corporation of that city advice on the organization of its street  railways as a municipal undertaking  brought with him a profound conviction that the Glasgow way of doing  these things was the best way possible.  He -.probably still thinks it is���for  Glasgow, but he is absolutely convinced that it is not for Chicago and  still less for Philadelphia. With north  country bluntness, he gives his reasons very directly:  "To put street railroads, gas works,  telephone companies, etc., under municipal ownership," he says, "would  be to create a political machine in  every large city that would be simply  impregnable. These political machines are already strong enough,  with their control of policemen, firemen and other office holders. If in addition -to this they control the thousands of men employed in the great  public utility corporations, the political machines would have a power that  could not be overthrown. I came to  this country a believer in public ownership. What I have seen here, and I  have studied the situation carefull}--,  makes me realize that  private  owner*  , ship under proper conditions is far  better- for the citizens of American  cities." ��� " '  Mr. Dalrymple will find that a great  many' people in the United States  agree with him. Indeed we are not  sure that he has not, without possibly  in the least intending it, said a ye ry  popular thing. Nevertheless, the  statements quoted above form a a in-  indictment of the people of the United  States, which if recognized as true,  should be received by theni with shame  'and sorrow. - They constitute'a charge  that the citizens, of the republic have  not yet learned to govern themselves,  that, in point of fact, they have failed  under tests which are but the alphabet  of municipal ownership to the Glaswegians and to the1 inhabitants of  many another old-world city.  Mr. Dalrymple must have, felt some  diffidence in telling his hosts that they  had been weighed in the balance and  found wanting. He has not, however, plumbed the depths of American  complacency if he'imagines that what  he has said will give the least offence.  The United States are still expiating a  fault pointed out' by one of the most  distinguished of French scholars in the  last century by their "intellectual mediocrity and their superlicial spirit,"  and it is to be feared that the principal use which the criticism of their  visitor will serve will be that of giving  the newspaper paragraphia! a new  subject qii which to exercise his wit.  That this peoplevwill heed,that they  will understand or attempt to understand the deep  things  which  concern  , their peace_and_,w_iich are to be found  in the message of* the Scotchman is  not in the least likely.���Vancouver  World.  MASONIC GRAND LODGE  At the meeting of the Masonic grand  lodge held in New Westminster last  week the following officers were  elected:  Grand master, T. J. Armstrong,  New Westminster,  Deputy grand master, Jas. H. Scho-  tield, Trail.  Senior grand warden, F. J. Bowser,  Vancouver.  Junior grain! warden, W. J. Hou&tou,  Victoria.  Grand chaplain, Rev. H. G. Fieuncs  Clinton, Vancouver.  Grand treasurer, H. H. Watson, Vancouver.  Grand secretary, Robert E.. Brett,  Victoria. 7  Grand tyler, A. Gothard, Vancouver.  The following officers were appointed: District deputy grand master, No. 1 district, W. T. Phillips; No.  2, A. C. Stewart; No. 3, C. J. .Becker;  No. 4, Jas. Stone; No. 5, Geo. W. Clinton; No. 6, Henry Gibrick; No. 7, W.  J. Cook; No. 8, J. F. Armstrong; F. J.  Burd, S. D.; J. S. Birnie, >J. D.; C. C.  Fisher, D. C; John   Shaw,   S. W; M.;  A. W.  Currie; G. L.  Estebrook,  and  B. E. Bond, S. B.; S. Bonnell, G. O.;  T.W. Bain, P; stewards, D. E. Perry,  T. A.Muir, J. M. Rudd, D. E. Kerr, S.  C. Sykes and T. Spratt.  Hi/T_    -J-      4*      ���*���      ���*-  I><i424>i��'>#4>^^  . Dredging for gold in British Columbia has not yet become a commercial  success, owing to a lack of freedom  from boulders and hard-clay cement.  There is much ground [that is sufficiently rich to pay very handsomely,  but the conditions, as noted, are not  right.  -��->>>_  -���#$.  ->_lb  2S<  Never in the history of the Boundary has the district had a brighter outlook than today. With the successful de^'  yvelopment of the immense large bodies'of low grade ore and the enlarged and much improved facilities for treating  at a very small,cost, the continued opening up, of new high grade properties and their successful and profitabl  operation has made the Boundary famous as a mining centre, and every day adds more to the list of new finds and  bigger value's, It is readily admitted that Greenwood is the Eldorado of the Boundary with all roads leading thereto",  and surrounded as it is, with such magnificent-resources is destined in a few years to be a second Butte, If you  therefore want to participate in its future prosperity, now is the time to invest both in mines and real estate, For  NINETY DAYS we Intend giving you a chance to make a safe and profitable investment. Every lot we own will he  put on sale at rock bottom prices during the above period, Prices ranging from $50.00 up, at terms to suit the pur/  "chaser, ~" Makcryour_selection and- make it-early. ���k _  ' . _  m-  '_3��S_*"T  ���IAGENT FOR THE GREENWOOD TOWNSITE COMPANY. #���  7?  i>����-^-*>  T        T-       x        T        "J*        -t*  <���-;��_<���_'.��.  ��  m<��  -___  ifj  ���    -_*  ip  m  -*  D��i  Just What Everyone Should Do.  Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinvillc, Ga.,  always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  at hand ready ,for instant use. Attacks of cholic, cholera morbus and  diarrhoea come on so suddenly that  there is no time to hunt a doctor or go  to to the store for medicine. Mr. Barber says: "I have tried Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Retried}*  which is one of-.the best medicines I  ever saw. I keep a bottle of it in my  room.aa I have had several attacks of  colic and it has proved to be the best  medicine I ever used." Sold by al  druggists.  A Snap.  A five-roomed house and furniture  for sale at less than half its cost. Good  welt on property. Inquire at this office  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Ruby Fractional Mineral claim, situate in .lie  Greenwood Mining Division  of  Yale   DIs-  Where.loca._d: In Smith's* Camp  Frc-e  provem.tits for the-purpose of obtaining ?.  Crown Grant to the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced befor. the issuance of such Ceriificate of Improvements.  Dai!- this 23th day of March. A. D. 19.5.  FLOYD & COX. Proprietors ���  PUJUi MILK yAND CREAM  Delivered Daily to anv part  of.-tii^.'city.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "American Eagle" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood   Minintr Division  of   Vale  District.    Where located: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John   P.  McLeod.  Free Miner's Certificate'.Io.   I5SS-5..  as atf-iit  for John 15. Desrosiers, HroeMiuerysCcrritlcare  No. U__-39, intend,  sixtv davs  from  the date  liereof,  t.> apply to tlie'Minins Recordei for a  Certificateof  Improvements forthejinrpose of  obtaining a Crown Grunt of the above claim.  And farther take notice   that  action, under  section 37, must be com menccd  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Sth day of March. A.I). 1.05.  J. PlMcLEOD.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To Charles N. Collins, his heirs and administrate!-, or to any person or persons he may  have transferred liis, interest in the Hard  Cash mineral claim,   situate  on  Wallace  Mountain. West Fork Kettle Rher, in the  Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale Dis-  trict.  You are heieby noli lied that we have expended the sum of S5u0 for work on lhe ahovc-meu-  tioiied  claim an d $12.50 for recording the same  for assessment work for live yiars, such be-ng  required, arid necessary to hold said claim for  tlie years ending the _nd July, ..IK),. 1901, 1902,  1903   and   1*1-4,   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  Crei*k Times, you fail or refuse to contribute  your portion of such expenditure together with  alKcosts of advertising, yom Interest iu thesaid  mineral -claim   shall become : invested   in us,  your co-owners, upon filing in the proper office  "in that behalf the Jaflidavit required by section  4 of the   "Mineral Act Amending Act, WOO."  Dated 9th June, 1905.'   '-  GEORGE M. MILLER  WILLIAM KINTZ.  Estray Notice.  A buckskin horse, with black mane and tall,  came imo my place���the Ho.er' ranch. Rock  creek mountain���-last January. Branded on  risfUtshotilder with -ivfurt. two, with a crook  on lower end of figure. Weight about eight  hundred pounds. Owner can have same by  paying for his keep and advertising-, otherwise, he will be sold. D. McPHERSON. ���  Dated this 18th day of Mav, 1905.      ���   : ������-.  SSEALED TENDERS addressed to the un-  dersigncd, and endorsed "Tender for  Post oriiccat Vancouver, B.C.," will be received  at this office until Friday, June 23,1905. inclusively, for theerection of a Post Office building  at Vancouver, U. C, according- to pla'ne and  specification to be seen at the Department of  Public .Works, Ottawa, Ont.,- and at the Vancouver Armoury, Vancouver, B. C. _'- '������'���..,..'  ' Tenders will not be considered unless made  on the printed form supplied, and signed with  the.ctual signatures of the tenderers.  An accepted cheque on a: chartered . bank,  payable to the order of the Honourable the  ���Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per ceut  (10 p.-c.) of the amount of the tender, must accompany each tender, j This cheque will be forfeited if the party tendering dec'.ine the contract or fail to complete the work contracted  for, and will be retueued in case of non-acceptance of tender. 7-  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order,  - 7 7 FRED GELINAS,  ���'���" ':: .   ���*'' ���;' Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa. May 16,1905.  MINERAL ACT.  NOTICE.  Application for Transfer of Liquor License  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date we will apply to the Board of Licensing  Commissioners of the City of Greenwood for a  transfer of liquor license, held by us for Uie  Clarendon hoiel, copper street, Bituatedon lots  13 and 14. in block 12. Citv of Greenwood, to .R.  A..Nicholson. BKUCE CRADOOCK.  R.A.NICHOLSON.;  Dated this ISth day of May, 19iK.     ,  Certificate of ImDrovements.  NOTICE. 7  "Kiug-ston," "Boston," "Houston," and "Kingr-  stoa. Fractional" Mineral Claims, situate in  the  Greenwood  Mining  Division   of Yale  District.   Where located: In Tripple Lake  :' camp. -' ���."������ ���  TAKE NOTICE that L Robert Wood, agent  for The Vancouver, and Boundary Creek  Developing- and Mining Comoanv, Ltd. Ltv.,'  FreeMinerVCertificateNo.B8-418, 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  Gram, of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, undet  section 37,-must be conirtenced before the is-'  snanc-^f such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of May, A. D. 1904.  ROBERT WOOD."  -  M >-  '"    *      "   -7   V1*   '  - 7'7   *,  "    V  BQUNDARY OREEK   TIMES.  fr'**V^>'\<*/Af"**vV/*/Ar/Ar','\/*'Ar'^^  DINNER SETS  Very pretty patterns, ranging from 97 pieces up. These  goods are all standard ware/,  In price they range from $15  per set up, and to clear them  out they go at a "  (  , Discount of 20 per ct.  JOILET SETS     j  and odd pieces of china-ware, ��  are now on the bargain list i  . and to clear we will give,a     \  Discount of 25.per ct. I  .RED FRONT     .     \  FURNITURE STORE    J  A. L. WHITE & CO.,        Proprietors.    S  _��',*A/*'^'v\/,**^>tV<WWA��/��'W  .  ' We have .furnished  thousands  of them and given perfect satis-*  faction.' Our immense stock and  large experience" is at your service *  We want to get a copy of our  , catalogue into every liome in  " -WESTERN CANADA   ���<  Does .yours contain  one ?"- If  not,   write  today.     It will  cost  you bufa'post card and will save  , you money.  THE CITY COUNCIL.  At the meeting of the city council  Monday evening Mayor Naden and  ^Aldermen Bunting-, Caulfield and Mcintosh were present. Minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted.  Communications were read from two  firms of Toronto brokers re waterworks debentures,   Tabled.  From F. Gamble, provindial works  engineer, in reply to a letter from the  city engineer, stating that government had no objection to city^establishing street grades in Anaconda, as  it affected the owners of property more  than . the government. Referred to  city engineer and city solicitor/  From management of Lewis and  Clark fair, stating, that July 3 had  been named Greenwood Day and asking the council to be present. The  services of a brass band' were also  offered the council wliile in Portland.  Received and filed.       _ '  Finance committee reported the following' accounts correct, .which were  ordered paid: !  Hunter-Kendrick Cck  $78 71  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co    40 36  Toronto Globe  7 -...'....   16 41  The account of Dr. Foster "was re-  ferred to the city solicitor, and that of  the Canadian Rubber'Co. to the fire  chie .  <.Ci y engineer reported,work on Barbara street- progressing favorably.  Also'that he had ordered cement for  the reservoir. -���   , ���  George H.J Paul addressed thecoun-  council in reference to a pump for the  cemetery. Referred to Alderman Mcintosh. '  Alderman Bunting recommended  'the appointment of G. Peterson as  foreman of mason. ' work on reservoir.  Recommendation agreed^to.  City clerk reported that no nomina-  tionshad been received June Sth for  the position of aldermen, caused by  the resignation of Alderman McNeill.  W, McB_.de was appointed,  - Bylaws 106 aud 108 were reconsidered  and finally passed.    ( ' "      '    '  Council adjourned.  GRANBY COKE CONTRACT  jffl&ammsimmvz  CTORIA.BX.  <X>000<K>OOOOOOC>00<>OK>000<**>00  ' ^    CONTRACTOR  *    AND BUILDER  Dealer*. inv  Sash,, Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc, ^  $        ESTIMATES FURNISHED.        6  | GREENWOOD,   :  B. C. |  oooooooooooooo ooooooooooo-o  aP-j?" j? _f<aP J? -f_?����>_ra?j*?'8Pa!?8��,!Frj?*  %  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  %  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  ^fc  fc  %  \X Grierson  HOUSE���  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  PAINTER \  Nice Stock of Wall  Paper to choose from ���  Opposite UieB. C. Hotel in Building formally occupied bj' the  ��� Postoflice.- Phone IS. '���'";  \ Greenwood, B.  it a? ��p t? s*?��? s*" a? &%*%? *?&��? jf f? *s*  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  Fernie Free Press: " T^he C/P,. N."  Co. last week concluded aa agreement  with the Granby company byr which  the latter agree to purchase all their  coke from the fo'rmer company. The  Granby. smelter now consumes'an  average of 300 tons per day and this  amount \viL be increased     The agree-  r I *  ment is signed for one year.  " Hitherto the bi^ smelter company  hasx been purchasing about half its  coke from Coleman and the other half  from Fernie. What the effect of this  contract will have on the Coleman  mines is "not definitely known. Reports that it will close the mines have  been emphatically* denied, but as the  Granby toolt nearly _ all the coke they  manufactured, the difficulty of disposing of the slack is reasonably  feared, and without means of converting this refuse into revenue it is not  not clear how the minesN can be operated at a profit."  INSTRUCTIVE AND  ENTERTAINING.  There1 is a great treat in store for  those who attend the spectacular entertainment to be given by the world-  famed Professor Buell, in the Auditorium, Greenwood, on Friday, July 7.  Tickets are now selling and the de-  , maud for them indicates that tHere are  hundreds who are aware of Professor  Buell's fame as the original exponent  of spectacular entertainment. His line  of sacred pictures and scenes in the  Holy Land, which will be shown here,  is the greatest in  the world, and they  ���hould be seen by everybody,  ��� ..Professor Buell is a great favorite in  leading cities The Detroit Free  Press says: "It is impossible to spdak  too highly of Professor Buell's entertainment. It is a privilege to be pres-,  ent. Nothing could be more instructive."  The Toronto Globe says of him: "It  was a brilliant success���one of the  grandest entertainments ever given in  the city. The degree of applause  showed the appreciatisu of the audience,"        ��� 7  Under the auspices of the Ladies' aid  of the Roman Catholic church.  CAUL. UP A 86  STiffiT^BAKERY  Where there is always on hand a good  supply of  HOME MADE BREAD.  '���V     CAKES; BUNS, Etc. V  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept.  .Phone us your order.  ; Houses. furnishe-l or unfurnished  Apply to F. W. Hatt, corner Deadwood  and Copper streets.   7  At the crossing of Rock  Greek on the main road  to Osoyoos and the   v  Similkameen.  Cuban Diarrhoea.  U. S. soldiers who' served in Cuba  during the Spanish war know what this  disease is, and that ordinary remedies  have little more effect than so much  water. Cuban diarrhoea is almost as  severe and dangerous as a mild attack of cholera. There is one remedyi  however, that can always be depended  upon, as will be seen from rhe following certificate from Mrs.^Minnie Jacob-  of Houstan, Texas: " I hereby certify  that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea remedy cured my husband  of a severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea,  which he brought home from Cuba.  We had several doctors,but they did  him no good. One'bottle of this remedy  cured him, as vour neighbors will testify. I thank God for so valuable a  medicine." ' For sale by all druggists.  WE SUBMIT IT.  May we respectfully submit to our  many friends'- in the Boundary the desirability of' their -representing in the  proper direction that it is not quantity  of news matter- sent out for publication that _s likely to benefit their district so much as reliability. In our  humble ^pinion the wide dissemination of allegations made by Brown,  Jones or Robinson, estimable men  though they may-be, ^regarding such  subjects, for instance, as the loss of  copper in slags made by local smelters,  'is not in' the best interest of local in  dustries. It will be remembered that  such allegations, made against the  manager oi the Montreal and Boston  CoVj operating' the" Boundary Falls  smelter, by one utterly incompetent'to  give a qualified, opinion^ on thej subject, were last month published far  and wide. That they were promptly  denied does not, in our opinion ,"make  their publication less reprehensible.  They can do no go.od; they may, and  possibly do, have an' opposite effect.  The enthusiasm of the correspondent,  who a few months" since "discovered''  the Boundary and its enormous mineral resources is commendable. His  occasional blunders are comparatively  harmless! except in such a case as that  under notice. Discrimination may well  be practised, else will usefulness be  much impaired by the eventual recognition by the public that grievances  of, individuals,-real or imaginary, are  sometimes unwisely permitted to take  the place of facts. The outside stockholder usually has but few sources of  information; the exercise, of much  care should', we think, therefore be regarded as_an imperative duty by those  who supply practically all the district  news- ordinarily available to him.���  Mining Record, Victoria.  A Good Family Liniment,  Every family should be supplied  with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm. For cuts, bruises, burns, scalds  and similar injuries, which" are of frequent occurrence, there is nothing so  good. It soothes the wound a *. not  only gives instant relief from pain  but causes the parts to heal in -ttjottt  one-third the time required by the  usual treatment. As it is an-antiseptic all danger from blood-poisoning is  avoided.   Sold by all druggists.  -S4��4��^^4��4��4'ffi^4��~4*4*l,4��ffiffi4'4'^4'&4'4��4��4��3_  4��  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  THE-#  IDlectric  current -supplied   -for  Power, Lighting,   Heating and  Ventilating.  Power furnished  for Hoisting  and  air-compres  sing  plants,   with  an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You'Money  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ^  %*tytytytytytytytytytytyty$tytytytytytytytytytytytyi%  ^HBBB-^tiBBBBBi^BBBBBtl'BBBBBBB BBBB&BBB&BBVi.Kb.BBBitBBItBBB'CltB  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  *  B  B  _  Uf.  *L  B  li  B  B  B'  B  W  *  ���1-  ?r  ft  **  LISTEN!  WE WANT YOUR TRADE  and are always wide awake   to satisfy your  wants--not like" the policemen who sleeps his  .   -     shift through.  l��  B  ��'  B'<  B  B  3"  B  B  �����  %  B  B  B-1  B I  B  . B  B  B  B  B  B  -B  B  ��'  *  B >  B  ��BBBBBBBBBB��BBB��&BBBBiiBi��BBB��B^BBBBBBB^BB^��^B^B��ita���lBBBr  For  a  Good Dinner  or Short  . ...Try The...  ...WINDSOR CArFE  HARRY COUTTS. Proprietor  Order  ���_���  tree  Call up  Made that resolution-to begin the new  year right by buying your Meats, Fish,  Etc. at the UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  That's US  I, P- FLOOD,   ' Prop.  ������vVs'\/"-WW<f'"  *-  Travellers will find  every accommodation.  -AONEY TO LOAN  Private Funds to loan at current  rates on approved collateral. F. M.  ELKINS, Rendell Blk. city.  THE NECESSITY OF A  7\  PROPRIETOR. I  AND HOT WATER  AT  ALL   TIMES  The' first step away frot-i- self-  respect is personal cleanliness;  the first move in building-up a  proper pride in man, woman or  child, is a visit to the Bath Tub.  You cannot be healthy, or pretty,  or even good, unless you are clean  E.H. BISHOP  Fine Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water  Heating.   Opposite the Postoffice.  Before placing your Insurance .  i ' ���see the~���  Non--BOARD-EIRE_COfflPjiMES RATES  They do not belong to the Trust, therefore you c?n get Insurance at a saving of from 10 to 15 per cent. All under  government supervision arid renowned for their promptness  in settling losses.-  _"KEUof8E_li W_  HIG LillfiEE  ��� ���&raw ttalBS (__-�����    VV ���     Ifl-jr _-_-irlli_aB__   AGENT  (  i,     's.  .Z**ZK**Z**.K**Z^**Z**>Z**Z*<**>^  5:  DEALliJRS IN  I FURNITURE, x CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ���?    COPPER-STREET, _ '    GREENWOOD.  y  %*z**.<<**z**z**z<<**z*<^^  1  1NB30R;'- 'MOTEL  ERNEST J, CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lig-hts.  "We offer special inducements to travellers as.we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells all others.- '/ ,-  . >  :'':���������:.'  .  BOUNDARY OREEK  TIMES.  We have an extensive line of  FISHING.TACKLE  RODS, REELS,  LINES. FLIES.  HOOKS, ETC  PRICES RIGHT.  Coles & Frith  ^=  BOOKS, STATIONERY.  WAIvL PAPERS,  E   C.  l **.,V  agent at   &��������  .ferred to   ��__  J  TOWN TOPICS  Brnce Craddock left for the Similkameen Thursday.  This is glorious weather for ranchers  and ducks.  Ralph Smailes is on a business visit  to the coast cities.  Mrs.' A. Sater left yesterday for Toronto for a month's visit. '  The Citizens' band will play at the  lawn fete tomorrow evening-.  Mrs. Smith of Beaverdell and daughter were visiting- friends in the city  the past week  ' A. E. Dechesfiay is' the latest addition to the staff of ' the.Canadian Bank  of Commerce here.  W. F. Wood of Kamloops has been  appointed sheriff of Yale, duties to  commence July 1st.  T.: J. Hardy returned last week from  a trip through Alberta. He reports  business flourishing.  Louis Bosshart came down from  Canyon creek last week, where he wan  doing assessment work.  - Thos. Hemnierlee left Wednesday on  a fishing trip > up the West Fork and  will be gone a couple of weeks.  Remember the lawn fete tomorrow  evening near the C P. R. station by  the ladies of the English church.  Fred. C Lane of Spokane has sold  his livery business in that city to W,  J. Harvey, formerly of Greenwood.  I. P. Roberts arrived in the city this  week to take the management of the  local branch of the Bank of B. N. A.  J. N. Paton left on Sunday's 3tage  for Hedley in the Similkameen, where  he has a number of mining interests.  A number of men quit the C P. R.'  survey at Canyon creek. When they  left Mike Tebo^was doing the cooking.  P. Burns & Co. have put in a power  ~bone cutterpaud-are now prepared-to  furnish poultry fanciers with the regu-,  lation article.  The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be dispensed on Sabbath  morning at 11 o'clock in the Presbyterian church.  W. Elson returned from the coast  Monday, after visiting Vancouver,  New Westminster, Nanaimo, Ladysmith and Victoria,  Alex. Sharp, M. E., mining expert  for P. Burns & Co., and Blake Wilson,  passed through the city on their way  to the Similkameen.  Mrs. W. F. Smith returned from  North Dakota Tuesday last, after an  absence of nearly a year visiting  friends in that state.  S. Stingley lef this week for, Mont-  treal 'to attend a convention of the  Locomotive Engineers as delegate  from the local union.  Geo. Spice,  lately  C. P. R  New Denver, has been  transferred to  Greenwood, and is   now  in  charge  of  of the ticker at the station.  G. H. and Mrs. Kendell arrived in  the city from Vancouver last week.  Mr. Kendell has been appointed to the  staff of the Bank of Montreal here.  Some of the most choice strawberries  brought into town this season wen.  from the I1 ernwood ranch owned bj*  Chus. Webster about a mile east of  Midwa,'.  Tlie Riverside Livery litis added  stock and a number of new rigs to its  outfit, and can now furni-h tlie best  saddle and driving horses and rigs in  the Boundary.  An effort is being made to have a  lacrosse match here tomorrow between the local and Grand Forks teams  but it is not certain that the latter will  make connections. -   *  Mayor ,Naden has been appointed  right-of-way purchasing agent for the  V., V. &-E. He left Tuesday morning  for the west to enter into the discharge of his duties.  Bob Denzler came in "from Spokane  last week, and was seen associating  with old-timers on several" occasions.  Perhaps Mr. Denzler knows his own  businee., out he's taking desperate  risks.  There are now 27 men on the waterworks .payroll. This number will be  increased to 40 next week." Two carloads of pipe have arrived, and the  water should be turne^ on by the first  of August.  C.*iE;. Shaw, C. E., who was severely  injured near Princeton some time ago  by a runaway horse, is now almost  well and will be able to resume his  professional duties in the course of* a  couple of weeks.  Next Wednesday evening Phoenix  and Greenwood lodges, K. of P , will  hold a joint installation of officers  here, and on the 19th July the Grand  Chancellor will pay an official visit to  Greenwood lodge.  At Monday, night's meeting of the  city council W. McBride was appointed  alderman to succeed J. H. McNeill, resigned. The^ appointment is a. good  one. A number of names were mentioned, but Mr. McBride was the nearly  unanimous choice of the board.  S. A. Scott came in from Rock Creek  this week. He has been prospecting  the creek for the past month, and will  reach for the rim rock when the water  becomes lower ' this fall. It, is expected there*will be a large number of  placer claims worked on Rook creek  this season.  D. C, McRae, of the firm of Smith &  McRae, Greenwood, spent a few days  in town this week. Mr. McRae's firm  Vu-e^nterp~risii-g~static-Tiers "and" news"  dealers in Greenwood, and he is making arrangements to supply the latest  papers iri Hedley by Royer's stage.���  Hedley Gazette.  G. B. Taylor, city clerk, returned  Friday from Ladysmith, where he had  been attending the grand lodge oi Odd  Fellows as representative from Boundary Valley lodge, No. 38. Isaac A.  Dinsmore of Grand Forks was appointed D. D. G. M. for this district.  Mr. .Taylor visited Victoria and Vancouver on his trip.  .*._���  ���K*  * _  3   FOR    5HFIMER!  _>v  ..I  Grocery Dept,  ���y  tv  ty  8  $i  ���;��� Y  *���  *t  _��*  T*'  tt  Tt'  Ti  t?  Ti  t?  tt  tv  tt  ���;������;���  ���H*  tv  vt  #t  *t,  tv/  AAj  tt  tv  tv  tv  v��>  a*  A*  ���!������>.  yy  _��  ���A FEW���        v  SUGGESTIONS  For   the   picnic    or    fishing  party lunch basket:  McCormick's Jersey Cream  Sodas.  McLaren's Cheese*  Sweet Pickles.  Long Branch Salted Wafers.  The Following well known  Jacob &. Co.'s Fancy Biscuits  i ���  Thin Arrowroot,  Persian Drops  '   Orange Slices v  ' Mafekinsr-  Puff Cracknel  Polo  Angelica Macaroon  Chocolate Fingers^  -   Butter"Cream  Normandy1  Blossom  Emperor  Ceylon Drop.    ' "  Clothing Dept.  SUMMER  UNDERWEAR  Very serviceable ' and cool  line of Underwear for summer  in  French Balbriggan  $1.50 Per Suit.  Cotton .Ribbed  at $1.25 per Suit.  Summer weight in wool and  cotton mixed at   $2 per Suit  Hardware Dept  Summer Shirts  $1.00 up  i  'The Lonesome Ones'  SHOES  -A few pair of odd sizes in  $4, $4.50 and $5 values 'have  been put on the bargain  counter at $1.50 per pair.       *  SUMMER  NECESSITIES  Screen Doors  Screen Windows  \ Ice Cream Freezers  : Refrigerators  Garden Hose   .  Lawn Mowers  Lawn Rakes^ '  Green Wire Cloth '���  Brighten your home bj making your' furniture the same  as new with a coat of        /  JAP-A-LAC  We also'carry  paint made  the best floor  FL00R-A-LAC  Co. Ltd;  $*8"W��**<��**W��4|**��-  v  Good form applies tc  eyeglasses.   Our optician ^  correctly adapts ,for botli H.!|  face, and eyes,  WHITE BROS.  E. G. Warren returned Monday from  attending the Masonic grand lodge at  Vancouver. W. J. Cook of "Grand  Forks was appointed district deputy  grand m_as_ter for this district, and Jas.  S. Birnie of Greenwood, grand junior  deacon The meeting at Westminster  waa the largest in the history of the  grand lodge.  The woman was tired and discouraged,  She had been cleaning house all day;  Aud she found that some of the furniture  Looked ready to throw away.  "Use Jap-a _,ac." a neighbor said;  "It will work wonders for you."  She did, and now that furniture  Looks just as good as new.  For sale by The Hun ter-Kendrick Co.  ?a_  Have you tried       11^I\^  FLORIDA/WATER  CRYSTAL VELVET  EGG SHAMPOO  EAXJ DE QUININE  SPIRO POWDER.      '>  Toilet Water  An excursion train will be run over  the C. P. R. and Hot Air line to Republic, Wash., on Fourth July, leaving Greenwood at 7 a. rn., round trip  fare $2. 'The Greenwood hose and  baseball teams will take part in the  celebration, and. will be accompanied  by the Citizens' band. The run will  take about three hours, if'everything  is working smoothly on the warm atmosphere line. The return .trip will  be made bn schedule time if the gods  are propitious. Insurance can be had  at the Grand Forks office of the Hot  Air system.  4jt��v\��<A^r/v\S^^/v\/^v\S>A<WW'>^S>*"'V^^  - Are you going to decorate  or   celebrate ?   If  '. 7  don't forget that  all kinds of -     '-  you  are  we have*-  \  ..MASSAGE CREAMS..  '    With full directiousyon Massaging.     V  In California the placers are generally derived from quartz veins of Ju-  rassic age, and the same is probably  true of most placers in Idaho and Oregon. In Montana, and especially in  Colorado, a part- of. the placers are  probably derived from veins of early  Tertiary age, but at any rate these  contribute a very _mall part of the  total production.  The greater, part of the gold obtained from lode mining, in British Columbia is found iu connection with  other metals, and only separated or  collected by smelting, probably not 5  per cent, o'f the product being obtained from stamp mills. The lode  gold product for 1904 was S4,589,__8,  and was ��233,008 less than in 1903.  A gold mine in Bohemia���the Roud-  ny - has been woi ked for five or six  centuries, and lately has been remodeled and started again. Singularly it  is the flrst plant in Austria to employ  the cyanide process. The gold content of the ore varies between 3 and 30  gm. per ton. Electric power is used  to operate the Blake crushers. In the  amalgamation process about 50 to 60 j  per cent, of gold is recovered. Amal-1  gam catchers are provided at the foot  of each of the six tables. The Ferraris tables yield concentrates with a  gold content up to about 27 per cent.,  tailings with about 13 per cent., and  slimes with about 6 per cent, of gold.  and fire* works consisting of  Fife Crackers,  Sky-Rockets,  Roman Candles,  All sizes. v Serpents, Hand-.  Grenades,  Towers,  Butterflies, etc., etc.  B**^*��*A*rAm>r**^mjA*"^f+~>*^*A*A��rA**B  TRUNKS and VALISES  For the next two  weeks we will give  10 per cent discoune on all Trunks and  Valises in stock.  PRICES RANGING:  Valises from 50 to $10.00  Trunks from $5 00 to $30.00.  Red Front Furniture Store  A. l. white & co*. Props.  Telephone   -    -    -    No/i6

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