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 / i-��  f*��v��*.  ���*��  ^}  *��!���.  ^  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District,  _se__  Vol.. VII..  GREENWOOD, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900  193 No. 29.  ^mfmmmm?Tmmmrmmm??mmmf??f?ffm  Head Office and Works at  Beheviixe, Ont.  Branch Office and Works at  Trait., B.C.  MINING MACHINERY  THE (ItlAC (UtACHINB Co�� Limited,  Manufacturers of  Air  Compressors, Roc Drills, Hoisting and Stationary Engines, Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, etc,  Agents for Knowles Steam Pump Works,  Our.Shops at Trail are most complete, consequently we are in a position to handle  kinds of Repairs.   If you are troubled with your Drills freezing, or wish to  save money buying-repairs, then USE   OURS.  all  ��� . .. ' ��� ...-���������������..��� .-     ;-- . -    '. v,-���     .   ������ -   -  , --j      .  IngersoIl-'Sergeaiit Roel Drills  ����&'aiMtea^.i^:oc>����,jiiXi-{fcra'W��{>>WMW  .FOR  I  -ss-jKSESKwncsoncncs  Air Compressors.  EQUIPMENT.  .Branch Office, Rossland,-B.C.  ra,  ._, _    frn'mf^-.'  Always on  Hand at  Rossland Depot.  HOISTING  PLANTS  BUCKETS.    CARS,  PUMPS,   CHAIN  COMPRESSORS.  ROPE,    SINKING AND STATION  BLOCKS.  RAND DRILLS   AND  ; BR. MENDENHALL, Agent.  _____��i  w\  ty  ty  ty  ty  ���a ��  Smoke Player's Flawy ��u. tobacco �� -*  turner, Belton $  KOOTENAY BRANCH,. NELSON,  Liquors,   Cigars,   Dry Goods,   Tobaccos,  Carets,   China Matting,  WRITE  FOR  CATALOGUE.  Victoria, B, C. London, Eng.  B  C.  Boots,  tents, Ore Bags.  Vancouver, B, C,  ...NELSON...  Employment - Agency.  Help of all kinds furnished.  J.H.LOVE, : : Nelson, RC  R.F.Coates  ty  ty  THOiMAS & JJBWC0MB  Contractors  # Builders  House Moving a  Specialty.  MINING OPERATORS & STOCK BROKERS.  "We Want First class Copper Prospects.  301-3 Fernwell Block, ���   :     :     :   Spokane, Wash., U. S.  -FOR SALE���  WOOD  Tbe undersigned has good dry pine wood  lot sale. I*eaTe orders at Frazee's Grocery  corner Deadwood and Copper Streets.  FRITZ   HAUSSENER.l  *  <  LIMITED.  THE EARLYHISTORY  A Property of Merit in South Dead-  wood Camp.  OWNED  BY GREENWOOD PEOPLE  Is  Developed by Tunnel���Good Ore Showing  and Promising Values in Cold, Copper  and Silver.  A recent strike has been made in the  Early History claim iu South Dead-  wood camp, 2,000 feet south of the  Buckhorn mine. There is a fine body  of ore crosscut through the 100-foot  tunnel that has been driven sine October last. There is a well-defined  footwall, with talc and g-ang-ue matter  between it and the lead.  The owners are Ola Lofstad, E). C.  Brown, Theo Witte, John Anderson  and Pete Johnson, all of Greenwood,  and S. G. Richards of Grand Forks.  L. Johnson, who recently sold his  interests to E. C. Brown, and Ola Lof-  stad, have secured a six-month working* bond from E. C. Brown and J. P.  Harlan. The agreement provides that  E. C. Brown and Ola Lofstad will have  control of the property.  The Early History group consists of  four fractional mineral claims���the  Early History, Briton, Hector and  Goodener, being- about 120 acres in extent. The owners purpose having the  group surveyed immediately. The assessment and development work has  been done on the Early History for the  group.  The ledg-e so far as developed shows  about 8 to 10 feet of ore and ledg-e matter. This ore is characteristic of  South. Deadwood camp. A live quartz  is found all through the ledg-e matter.  The ore is found in this quartz and also  in an altered diorite and syenite, carrying-gold, copper and silver values.  L. Johnson who has recently gone to  Cripple Creek, Colorado, uncovered a  quartz lead, assaying- $2 in gold. At  the bottom of a draw he started the  {���resent 100 foot tunnel. "At SO feet  from the mouth of the tunnel he cut  through a few copper and g-old bearing  string-ers carrying* from 357.50 to $28.00  in values/ He cross-cutted from the  poiGt where -he���had encountered-the  string-ers and uncovered eight to 10  feet of ore and ledge matter. The  footwall is a porphyritic syenite.  E. C. Brown has obtained following  assays:  AT THE BUCKHORN  Crosscutting Is in Progress on Two  Levels.  PREPARING TO RAISE TO OLD SHAFT  They Are Building: a Cage���Two More Drills  to Be Added���The Force to Be  Increased.  Assays  1. Picked  2. Across 8 ft.  of Lead  3. Bottom    of  crosscut  4. Dump .........  5. Picked sm'p  Gold  .60  1.00  2,00-  1.00  2.00  Silver | Copper f Total  .60  .60  .60  12.00  9.60  15.00  9.00  21.00  $   c.  12.60  10.60  17.60  10.60  23;oo  Crosscutting- is in progress on both  the 100 and 200 foot levels on the Buckhorn mine, in Deadwood camp. The  face of the crosscut on the 100-foot  level is in 155 feet northwest from the  shaft and has about 25 feet more to  run to be under the old shaft, where an  upraise will be made to connect with  same. This shaft was sunk oil the  ore bidy for a depth of 65 feet. The  face of the crosscut is heavily mineralized. For some time past stringers  of copper ore were coming-in, and it  now looks as though the crosscut was  just passing through the outer edge of  the ore body and it will not be many  days before they are drilling- in solid  ore. At the 200-foot level the south  crosscut, recently started, is in 25 feet.  The ore at this depth is different to  that found in the upper level, being-  more of a white-colored quartz. It  carries considerable magnetic iron and  some copper.  Superintendent Thomas is certainly  of an ing-enious turn of mind, besides  being a good miner; he is having- built  at the blacksmith shop a regulation  cage for the 4^x4_^-size shaft. He  hopes to have it completed and in place  within the week. The cage, on account  of its being- built at home, is attracting considerable attention. Among-  the other improvements noted by a  Times representative this morning  when out at the mine was the addition  of a heater in the compressor room.,  T^-q. more drills have been ordered and  are no;-^ou^the way, arid a system of  electric bells ~is to be put in at once.  The engine and compressor rooms  have received a coat of paint, or more  properly speaking, several coats of  different colors, which make the rooms  hot only attractive but* give them a  finished appearance, which is neatness  in itself. Eighteen men are employed  on the property, and this -force will be  considerably augmented when, the additional drills arrive.      '���'���-  WEST   FORK   MINES.  F. L.  The samples except No. 1 and No. 5,  were a fine averag-e of the lead, but a  conservative sample was taken by a  third party 'who got $7.60 in copper  and gold, per. ton.  VANCOUVER, B. C, 733 Pencer St. .Also NELSON, B.  mm��  We are Manufacturers aad direct Importers, and carry a large stock of Balances. Furnaces P  _lav coflds. Scientific, and Practiral T*<vr>_-B fll.a_Ti._-_.  Dl,.:....__. r-~*A~   .   -j_   .-_.' , ���"������.=����� j  I particulars senxod. application  Brann's Gasoline Furnaces  Machines.  Notice is given that an extrabrdin^  ary=generai"imeetiriff15f"tl_e"Oka*nagan  Free Gold Mines, limited, will be held  at the office of the company in Rossland, on Tuesday, the 3rd day of April,  1900, for the purpose of sanctioning  the reconstruction of the company, and  if the resolutions which are to be offered at the said meeting are duly  passed they will be submitted for confirmation as special resolutions to[]an-  other extraordinary g-eneral meeting  of the the above-named company,  which will be held at the office of the  company, on Wednesday, the 18th day  of April, 1900, at 4 o'clock, p. m.  The latest and most authentic estimate of the production of copper in the  United States last year makes the total  output 262,105 tons���an increase of  27,934 tons over the previous year. The  importations of the metal in 1899 were  unprecedentedly large���39,858 tons, or  virtually three times the quantity imported in 1898. The exports of copper  were about 115,000 tons, or 18,000 less  than.they were the year before. With,  production and imparts both considerably ahead of 1898, and exports considerably behind, it follows either that  the home consumption of copper in  1899 was abnormably large or that  there now exists a surplus stock somewhere in the country. The latter supposition is negatived by all market  signs and all trade information. It is  known on the other hand that home  consumption was enormously increased  last year���sufficiently so, in all l'keli-  hood, to account for the apparent surplus indicated by the figures of produc  tion and international trade. This increased consumption of copper is accounted for in two ways���first by the  activity of the brass manufacturers ;  and, second, by the new and developing- uses of copper in electrical industries.  /Kosher, One 0f the Owners of the  Blooming-ton Is In the City.  P. L. Mosher  is in   the   city from  Beaverton.   Mr. Mosher te a partner of '  W.   H.   Pierre  in   the   -Bloomirigtbn  group  of  claims, situated   ten miles  from Beaverton on Beaver creek.   The  group was located last June.   The surface showing is an iron cap measuring  three feet in width. Prospecting* along  the iron cap by a series of open crosscuts has disclosed  the existence of a  strong- ledge of quartz, carrying gold,  silver and copper values.' The owners  propose doing* more extensive develop- ;  men t- the- com ing- "seasohrMf^Mosiier"  reports the snow all gone'on the West  Fork of Kettle river and that the roads  are g-ood, with the exception of a few  mud holes.   He is looking forward to  quite a rush into that section this stim  mer.   Speaking of the developmentjof  the mines around Besverton and the  West Fork, he said : "At the head of  Dry creek, below Beaverton, Pat Kennedy and Gorman West have a splendid property.   They have sunk a 40-  foot shaft, and obtain values in gold  and silver, with a little copper, of $46  to the ton.   Free gold is plentiful in  the quartz. Ben Hall,<who is interested  with W. J. Nelson of Greenwood, has  a good property  near to  the   Carini.  The ore is a quartz, carrying considerable copper.   I hear nothing- but favorable'reports from the Idaho and Washington   group.   They  are developing*  dt  depth.   At  Beaverton   three   new  hotels and one g-eneral store will be  started immediately,   The false work  of  the   government   bridge   at   West  Fork has been washed out.   McKerizie  & Lindsay, who have a hotel at this  point,   propose   putting  in   a   bridge  themselves, crossing the river opposite  their place."   At the annual meeting of the Canadian Mining Institute, held in Montreal, the following were elected officers  for the ensuing year: President, S. S.  Fowler, M. E., Nelson, B. C; vice-  presidents, Messrs. Charles Fergie,  M. E., Westville, N. S., and James Mc-  Arthur, Sudbury, Ont.; secretary,1  B. T. A. Bell, Ottawa; treasurer, J.  Stevenson Brown, Montreal. Council���  From BritisheColumbia, Messrs. E. Br  Kirby and Bernard Macdonald, both of  Rossland; from Ontario, Messrs. E. G.  McConnell and Major R. G. Leckie;  from Quebec, Messrs. J. F. Lewis and  J. B. Smith; rVom Nova Scotia, Messrs,  G. F, MacNaughton and H. S. Poole, ���9  t  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  #.  Cftc  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and PuWislung  Company, Limited. ���-  Dun-can Ross Editor.  THE  COLONIAL  SOLDIERS.  SATURDAY, MARCH 31, WOO  THE:'GOVERNOR'S POSITION.  When the lieutenant-governor of thc  Province descends into the arena of  politics he can no longer expect to  escape criticism. Were he satisfied to  clothe himself with that dignity that  is so well suited and so necessary to  the high office he holds, every one  would be ready to pay him that deference to which he as representative of  our most gracious sovereign is entitled.  But when his ollicial acts are for the  purpose of foisting upon thc people of  this Province a premier they do not  want and his public arguments are  directed towards boosting; his cause,  then no silW sentiment regarding the  dignity of thc Queen's representative  can stand in the way of the strongest  expression of public opinion.  It is not necessary to go beyond the  premier's own statement to show that  he is ready to use the specious arguments of a politician rather than the  dignified and consistent language of  the Queen's representative. It is not  surprising then that an}- statements  the governor may make in justification  of his present course should be remarkable for their inconsistency.  Take his reply to the deputation of  Victoria business men. He tells them  that he urged upon Mr. Semlin as  early as August lasl "an early session  of.the legislature or a dissolution and  general election in order to deal  adequately with the growing con-,  ditions of unrest and uncertainty  throughout the Province." We do not  quarrel with this contention. The  governor had dismissed the Turner  ministry, had called upon Mr. Semliu.  and when it was found that the Semliii  government commanded scarcely sufficient majoritj' in the' house to insure  strong government there was no good,  reason why the people should be given  an opportunity to give "more de-i  cisive expression" to their political  views. If this position of the governor's was sound in August, it ought to  be equally applicable in March; .but  the governor has a new theory in dealing with Martin. He tells the deputation of business men :  Existing evils are admitted; but, if  I may venture a personal opinion, it  seems to. me that a reasonable-amount  of time should be given the electorate  wherein toconsider the remedies pro:*  posed, and wherein to properly prepare  for 'and give decisive expression of  their wishes at the polls. To unduly  hasten a general election at' such a  time might merely result in. further  complication and trouble by the return'  of a legislature so divided into petty  factions as to render the carrying ,on  of a strong government impossible.    '.  Poor.Semlin.was to be left, to the.  tender ��� mercies of the people, but  ^Martin is to enjoy special protection'  from the premier lintir"sucirii___e"-_if  the people are ready to give "decisive  expression of their wishes." Now  who is to decide the time when the  people are in this happy frame of  mind? Is it Governor Mclnnes or is it.  Joseph Martin? It is a new and startling proposition in connection with  constitutional government that elec-/  tions may be deferred until the gover^  nor or his appointee feel that the electors are ready to give a decisive e.v  pression of their wishes.. The govern  nor's logic is equally faulty when lie  discusses Mr. Semlin's uncompleted  cabinet. He gives as one of his  reasons for dismissing the Semlin government that Mr. Semlin failed to llll  his government to the number required  by the Constitution Act. It was "all  wrong for Mr.-Semlin to carry on the  government of this Province with a  ministry of five, instead of six, but it  is all right for Joseph Martin to run  the government with three Mr. Semlin must be dismissed because of his  failure to live up to the provisions of  the Constitution Act; Mr. Martin with  his two ministers are ostentatiously  described as "my government."  If the lieutenant-governor is being  severely criticised it is not because the press and the public are  lacking iu proper respect to the repre  sentative of the crown, but because he  has stripped his high office of all its  dignity in order that he might exploit  Joe Martin's ambitious interests. The  evil of his bungling acts<*-cannot now  be effaced, but he can escape further  eir.r by ordering an election at the  earliest possible date, and by being  guided in the future, not by his own  biased opinions, but by the views of  the people.  Britishvstatesuieu aud' thc British  press are uot slow to acl.tiuwledge the  very valuable assistance rendered the  mother country ��� by ,Canada aad the  other colonics. A late issue of tiie  Spectator makes the -following -suggestions:  " Before we leave the subject of the  colonies we desire to touch ou a poini.  which we wish to develop further anci  in more detail at a later period, but  which even now may be usefully spoken-  of. it is the erection of ��� a. monument,  to the men of Canada, Australia, Mew  Zealand   and   South  Africa, and   the  other'Briii- fcolo.ucs und possessions  who have fallen in the defence of the  empire. There must be placed in the  heart of London, and on tlie best site  that can be found, cost what it mav, a  monument, voted by inuli.uni.nt, un  which our great-.-.-;! artists in marble  and in metal shall l.:vi.-,li.i.ll their skill.  It must be a monument so beautiful  iind con.-.|'iouous that no coloni:.t \vli->  visits the cradle of the race shall bc  iible to miss seeing if. and to feel liis  i>ioud stirred by what it records, while  every Englishman. Scotchman and  Irishman who passes it by .-.hall recall  what the daughter lands have done for  t.ieir mother..in her need. Whether thc  designer vy ill make a pedestal with 4 si.Ie  figures of New Zealand, Canada,  Australia, arid South Africa at each  angle we shall not presume even to  canvass,-but there ought at any rate to  be an inscription-, in three languages,  telling how, why, by \vlio\n, and for  whom the monument was Greeted. And  it seems to. us, though this may not  prove to be the better opinion, that it  should be written in French, and iu  Dutch,,as well as in.English,-fur many  of the brave Canadians at the.front  not only, speak French -but. speak-no  English. Again, we must never forget that there are Dutch-speak ing. men-  arid men , of Dutch blood _ at this  inonieiil fighting the battle of the Empire, and they deserve to have then-  deeds. recorded in their own tongue,  In any case, the. inscription should  record the names of those who died to  help the Empire and to defend the  principles of freedom, and above those  names might be written: "We could  not have-loved the Empire and the  Motherland so well, loved; we not:free-  dom more." , "Pio patria, pro imperio,  l_ro.liber.tate," that must be. the.es-  setitial note of the .monument to our  Colonists*-which shall recall in London  for all time how the Motherland feels  when .the, daughter .: States gather  round her."  willing to'observe a decent 'regard.for  the unfailing practice in such cases,  he would have given Mr. Martin- a  week'to form his cabinet and then ordered him to the country at once, .In  that case the people could "act." ~Biit as  it is, Mr. Martin is-takiug the summer  to complete his cabinet, and the election will be held when it pleases him to  .reive the word. Our governor is believed to be merely a tool of Mr. Martin's, and the people can ouly look on  in helpless amazement. As it is out of  'their power to move the governor to  move Mr. Martin, they can only appeal  to Ottawa to come to their relief.���Nelson Miner.  Tlffi'SIlfflLKAMEEN.:  J. HEAL.  J. WATT  NO CONVENTION.  THE GREENWOOD'COUNCIL.  The future of the city to a very large  extent depends upon wise municipal  management. A city to be attractive  to the investor, must have good streets,  and sidewalks, sewerage, an ample  water supply and. efficient fire protection.. In addition to this, the rate of  taxation must not be excessive. To  secure improvements'and keep taxation within bounds, no money can be  squandered in useless work nor in expensive lawsuits. Previous councils  have blundered in this respect and  theirsins of omission and commission  are.being visited upon their successors.  The present council is composed of  business men who; have ��� sufficient  ability to bring order out "of chaos. If  they .apply, themselves they can suc-  ceedjn getting the -city cut 6'_>'several  entanglements. We" ;felfrr*"h"o\\-ever;'  that they are allowing things to drift  and they have not considered the  serious consequences of last year's  blundering. We would strongly advise that the city fathers seriously consider all questions relating to the  finances; of thh city ; ascertain from  the best authorities how far the city is  liable, make compromises where possible, and endeavor to settle for past  blunders'at the most reasonable rates.  They ought to profit by the experience  of Victoria and learn that four years  of litigation added to the original cost'  makes a heavy burden on the taxpayers.  The present council are free to act in  the best interests of the city. There is  no law compelling them to stand sponsor for the mistakes of their predecessors aud nothing which forces them to  spend the ratepayers' money iu proving that these mistakes were not mistakes. It is simply a case where the  cheapest way out is the best way.  The .council should also have learned  the lesson that it is dangerous and expensive to allow one member to run  the whole thing, particularly when he  takes advantage of his additional  power to plunge the city into litigation  that could easily have been avoided by  the exercise of less obstinacy and more  common sense.  UNSEEMLY   DEEAY.  We are told from Ottawa that the  people themselves must deal with  Lieutenant-Governor Mclnnes in the  firstinstar.ee. That is right enough;  but what arc the people to do when  they are not given the opportunity to  deal with him?   If we had a governor  A short time ago the executive of  lhe Provincial Liberal association met  in Victoria,declared themselves against  foe Martin and parly lines and decided nut to c.all a provincial convention  in the near future. A few Martin supporters, dissatisfied with the course of  thc executive, have called a provincial  oon vention to be held in Vancouver  ou Api il 5th. Ostensibly the object of  the convention is to discuss provincial  politics from a party standpoint; the  real, object is to bolster up the cause of  Joe Martin by pledging him the support of the Liberal party. A convention called at the instance of J. C.  MeLagan, and with the connivance of  Joe Martin, should be discouraged by  genuine Liberals. It can succeed  only in.dividing the Liberal party into  factions and weakening their, strength  for the federal elections. Some members of the Liberal party, are altogether  too finicky. When the Ponservative.  party issue a challenge to the Liberals  by declaring for party lines, they deem  it their bounden duty to accept, the  same. It is considered,wis.e policy,in  political battles to do the very things  the enemyAyi.5l1.y9u not to do. It is  useless disguising the; fact that .the  Liberal party.would. be- very .thankful  to get rid of Joe Martin. The Conservative party ave oi'ganizing forthe  purpose of 'killing Joe Martin politically. The Liberal party should not  get excited ;when the Conservatives  show van eagerness 'to do the very  thing Liberals want to see done. If  the Conservatives succeed they will  confer a favor on the. Liberal .party.  The calling of a convention at Vancouver should be discouraged by  Liberals. **It is called simply for the  purpose of endorsing Joe Martin and  thbse who take part are bound by the  decision of the convention.  <__*���). ALDOUS.  j.    . nunn  ALDOUS & BUDD  lVI   0   ���  e  ���  Keremeos is theJCenter of the  Similkameen Mining Belt,  First - Class Accommodation.  EVERYTHING NEW  AND UP-TO-DATE.  Rates Reasonable  C. E. THOMAS  KlAV  PRINCETON, B.C.  "*������:��� _  Pi i|Lj|l Tf!  Conveyancing done. Information on  Mining Properties furnished at reason-  ablejrates.   I;  7 ������ .''*.' -���  r,.,-: PRINCETON, .B, C. .--,  . ��elv_ a  Lira!  ing ana  To Mining Camps���  '  ' A Specialty , . .  Best Accommodation,  ttnpw  7 .-Horsesiioeing and  General BMsffiitliing.  Princeton, B. C,  n*-M-_iii ���-���-Fm-r-i-i-iSi-w  -HO!;-FOEt. THE  s st 0 il g>fc.i  Stage iio-.y running from  \  BUTCHERS  A  NEW. MINISTER.,.  ��� The Hon. Joseph Martin has secured'  another victim. One George Washington Beebe. has "joined his cabinet.  Martin, as the star in; the farce that  is being played at Victoria, is doing  his duty. Who or what George Washington Beebe is, no one save Martin  knows. He found him on a ranch near  Agassizandtook him to Victoria. All  the information that the, .electors have  yet secured concerning :ttie*i_ew'tmiiis-  ter is that he has been" a resident of  the Province for 13 years; that he has  a ranch near Agassiz; and that" he is  deaf. .He has been appointed .-pro-  -v.incial-7secretary,_a.nd Mr. Yates will  now. hold down the lands *and; Works  department. ���   ��� ...  RALPH ' SMITH, M. P. P, 11  Ralph Smith, member for ������ South  Nanaimo", is at present in Rossland  assisting Hon. Smith Curtis and Commissioner Clute to straighten out labor  troubles. Mr.-Smith is possessed'of  good judgment and common "sense,  virtues in which some of the Kootenay  labor leaders were lacking. It is safe  to say that if Mr. Smith's advice had  been followed last spring, much of "the  difficulty throughout Kootenay yv-ould  have been avoided. . .,... .......  EDITORIAL NOTES.  Grorgr Washington Beebe,. pror.  viueial secretary���weil it just reminds  one of the names in the cast of a farce  comedy. -���.... . ' ���'  Anaconda wants at least $5,000 from  the city for the use of Lind creek. The  city can expropriate the water under  the provisions of the Water Clauses  act for a much smaller amount.  There should be a large attendance  at the board of trade . meeting tomorrow night. Several important matters  will come up for consideration. Alive  town usually has a live board bf trade.  ThShe are several hundred residents  of the district fully qaalified who have  so far neglected to have their names  recorded on the voters' list. There is  yet time to have this done before the  general election. British subjects who  have resided six months in the province and two months in the district,  are qualified. This, important matter  should not be delayed.  Special   Attention 'Given    to    the  Supply of, -��� ���������������������������������.��� ���������'.. ;���-.' ..-���-  -    Mining Gatri^s;  All Roads Lead from the  11  1VI llili-'-���'���'-A  To.*/,/ ���;--7 777^; yy-  Copper: Mountain/  rJTwenfy Mile.^; |  -,.���(��� .-.-W^/t=~-_^<___,.______!____  ���,'.:���  Granite Creek,  7 RocnelRiyetv  Tuldmeen,  Big Soo and  Nicola.  Rates Reasonable.  7John Hr Jackson, So*ce Proprietor.  ������''������ P_aN<^TON,B.G '���'.--  '   AT MILL.  IIIH  Martin, Harris & Go.  E. E. HARDWICK, BUSINESS.MGR.  PRINCETON, B, C  wmm  . KtrttntosU  .Leaves  Fairview on Mon .lays  at   8   a.   m., returning- leaves i   '-   ;.-  KeremeosohTjt'esdaysatS.i.in. 7 ��� *.  * KS.-Ritjc, aila__.iigef. r  ,.;.- Fairview and Kereuieos  ;' ;:���    V  . ."I    V ��� -.   - ; '���     ��� ':!��� - : t.  ;/:--': * "_^r ���' -7i;..'-  FULL  STOCK OF ... .  GENERAL  ���    ���   ���  ERGHANDISE  .Rt Kcrcsttcos*  Harness and Saddlery  Ht:. Fail-view.*      ...  Fairvicw^ Drug And Book Store.  v;��J0HN10#^ C0..<fe  .    i'.'S    -iV.    *  *.;" ��� FAIR-VIEAV an^CAMP .^lcK-lNNEY7* .-*7  .���*':���*: " ..'.-     - ''-,'     '^-     or^ -   of_   '���'-���'       '���'.   '       '".  ASfulb. liiie,: !of ; ..Drugs,;   Stationery.!  " :r c ~   Druggists/Sundries.        *n 7   '  Prcscriptioiis   Carefully- Compounded  Bi-:i.ok<;b to tlic ma-.: \Vho lias liis  Clothing made to Measure-by an  Who knows tliclvalue of a perfect  ������fit,-beautiful finish and fine \l-orl.-  i maiisliip^aiKl wiio selects his fab-  j rics willi an eye to please 'tiie taste :  of the-well-bred gentleman ......  '<���-  118 iiofiics le ft"  Is an old sayinjr. and we can supply'all dcfeclr, of form and give  you both style and satisfaction. . .  Oi  mimmmimi  *j\*s /W^-WA*/ -"Vrf^Vw - V THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY- TIMES.  ���*\  V  y  HE?  ���EKL  SESSION  ' CifV Fathers. Katf Many Matters of  Importance to Discuss-  QUESTION   OF   A  WATER-SUPPLY  Anacnp.da WiSlini. ro Seil Its Water Rights in  Lir.d Creek - Accounts  Ordered Paid.  Other Business Transacted.  Monday 'night's council meeting was  mainly devoted to a discussion of the  a.*- jtiisitiun ot' the water rights of Lind  creek; llie including of Anaconda  within the corporation limits; the  temporary sewage system and street  grades;. All the alder.i'n'au were present, wiih Acting Mayor Sutherland  presiding.  COM Alt:N !C.-\TIONS   K EC l-lVRD.  Time was taken in llie reading and  acting upon the following communications addressed to the council: The  rc'.iuest of K-.b'. Cynics for the use of  n portion -of Copper street, opposite  the Bank ot" li. N. A., was granted.  The communications from George  Smith and from Pring'e & Whiteside,  on be mlf of Richard KadclifVe, for  compensation for land appropriated for  street purposes, were referred to the  street committee for report. Paul  KaulTnfaii wrote complaining of the  leakage of the Greenwood-street Hume'  into his store and requested" the city to  take immediate steps lo prevent the  same." H/etlcr was /.referred to the  street .committee with power to acl.  Another complaint was received from  the Yale-Columbia. Lumber company,  limited, advising tiie council t lat  Boundary .'creek; was overflowing into  their yard..- The comm uiication was  also referred to the street committee  with -power to act. W.- G. McMynn's  request'��� foi- the use ,of the council  chamber on the 28th for the next  sitting of the 'comity court of Yale was  granted.     :.  ���  .TO ACOlUl-i. WD CREEK.  A coniimttee of Anaconda property-  7'lH'uers, composed of J. W. Lind, L,. A.  Smith and J. M. K. Fairbairn, addressed a communication to the council  on the question of-the city acquiring  the water rights of Lind creek. They  submitted the following as a basis  upon winch negotiations might hereafter be conducted : (a) The property-  owners aud residents of the portion of  Anaconda to be included will, after the  limits shall have been extended, be in  the same position as are the property-  owners of Greenwood as regards taxation and will assume their proper  share of the present liabilities, (b) The  risrht-to divert water from Lind creek  wi"! be abandoned in favor of the city  on its undertaking to furnish with  reasonable expedition a good system of  water supply from said creek and to  give to the residents'of Anaconda the  same; rights, as to water arid .other  ���municipal--improvements, as may from  time to time be enjoyed by the citizens  of Greenwood, (c) The corporation  will, at the time the waterworks at  Lind creek are, constructed, place four  lire hydrants in Anaconda similar to  t lose at present in use in Greenwood.  (d) The corporation.will run their main  pipe from Li ad creek along First  street and   Butte ayenuej__.Anaconda.  (e) The city will, withiti six^nbajths'  from the date on which the letters  patent extending its limits shall take  effect, expend in grading the streets of  Anaconda and laying down sidewalks  the sum of. ��5,000. "-.-'���'.  Alderman   Sharpe,   chairman   of   a  _ special _committee_to_see.the. Aitaconda  propertj'-holders, - reported that they  were willing to meet the city on favorable terms. He had suggested only  putting in two hydrants; the question  of expending $5,000, he thought, should  be an after consideration. He believed  that the acquisition of Lind creek  would save the city many thousands of  dollars. The question, of course, remained with the people for their consent before any binding agreement to  secure the water rights might be  entered into by the city.  Alderman Galloway thought that  it would be a mistake for the city to  have anything to do with Lind creek  for a water supply. He did not think  that there was sufficient water in Lind  creek, neither was it fit at the present  time for use. In time he believed that  the creek would become contaminated  from the mines on Lind slope. He  suggested that the city engineer  should be given instructions for further examination of other available  sources. He was against including  Anaconda within the city incorporation, as* he saw no bene.it .to the city  or Anaconda.  Alderman Cropley said that the city  engineer had told him that the acquisition of the Lind water rights would  save the city fully $30,000.  Alderman Banuerman thought it  would be a good idea to have the city  engineer inake.a report ou other available water source..  After all the aldermen had spoken on  the subject, Alderman Sullivan moved  that the water works committee consult the city engineer as to the advisability of taking water from Lind creek  and the estimate for doing so, as compared with other schemes, and that  |_hc Anaconda letter be filed.  ACCOUNTS   PASSED.  The finance committee reported the  following accounts correct and the  same were ordered paid : A. B.-Jensen,  $6; Hunter Kendrick Co., SJF31; Mr.  Manchester, $5.95; B. C. Gazette, $5;  G. A. Knox, $4; G. A. Knox, 59.95;  Cauliield & Lamont. $55.85; The Times,  32.50; Curry Bros, $100; A.' L. White  & Co., 75c; BVM. McLeod, balance of  account, $235.40.  THE DAMAGE SUITS.  "What position is our law suit.'* iit  now, Mr. Leaiuy ?" asked Alderman  Galloway. "Ready to be argued in  May,'' promptly replied the city "j. legal  adviser.<to which the alderman soletuily  added, "Good Lord! it may last for  years.''���Laughter.  THE SEWAGE   KErOl.T. '  Regarding the report of the city engineer and tlie medical officer of health  for a temporary sewage system as published in last Tuesday's Times. City  Solicitor Leamy reported that the city  had no authority to compel citizens to  build cesspools as provided in the report. The sewage report was laid  over for discussion at a later date.  STKKET  GRADES  AGAIN.  The vexed question of street grades  was again brought up. The city clerk  read a motion from the minute book,  dated January 19, 1899, stipulating  '"that the street grades be left entirely  to the city engineer."  Alderman Galloway said that the  motion produced was only in connection with the Hunter-Kendrick corner.  He said the city had never assumed  any responsibility for street grades.  - The clerk promised to make further  search through-the minute book to see  if at any lime the city had.or had not  assumed any responsibility in this connection.  TO EXTEND .WATERWORKS. ..  The city engineer submitted a report  on the cost of extending the water system to Gold street, on the west side of  Boundary, creek, at $1.50 per foot of  4-inch pipe, laid for a distance of 445  feel, to Lou Green's residence.  The matter was referred to th'e street  committee for report and action.  THREE. 115f LAWS.  ���--..Bylaws 42 and 43 were reconsidered,  adopted aiid finally passed. Bylaw 44,  providing foa the regulation of the  streets and sidewalks, was read a: first  arid second time.  Council then adjourned.  GREENWOOD'S SOLDIERS.  Greenwood may well feel proud-of  her soldier boys in the Strathcona  Horse, now on the high seas on the  good ship Monterey, bound for South  Africa. The Montreal Star compliments this city's officer as follows:  " Another thorough-going, good soldier in the Horse is Lieutenant J. C.  Edwards Leckie, who comes, from  Greenwood, B. C. He is a graduate of  the. Royal Military College at Kingston, aud credited by some experts as a  man unequalled in Strathcona's Horse  for technical military knowledge.  He abandoned a lucrative position for  his present calling as commander of  the West Kootenay troup, No. '__,'��� "C."  squadron. "The smartest subaltern  in the regiment" is the tribute paid to  him by an officer of the horse. Serving under Lieutenant Leckie in No. 2  troop are also A. W. O'Brien and R.  H. Painter of this city. May the "God  of War" deal kindly with our boys,  who are a credit not only to this city  but to the whole Dominion.  THEY USED DYNAMITE.  Bolster, Wash., March 27.��� [Special  by'Phone to The Times.]���There are  exciting times at Chesaw. For some  weeks'past-the-title-to^the-tov.usite^of  Chesaw has been in a bad mess. Recently L. L. Patrick, representing  George B. Mechem and associates of  Montreal, staked out a claim on ground  said to belong to Mr. Evans. The  matter was brought before the courts  for adjustment, but nothing was agreed  upon. Sunday evening the residence  being built upon the ground by Mr.  Patrick was .blown up by dynamite.  Now the matter is again in court and  warrants are being procured at Con-  cuunully for the arrest of the.parties  connected with the dynamite outrage.  The end is not yet.  ROSSLAND LABOR TROUBLES.  Rossland, March 27.���[Special to  The Times.]���At a meeting of members of all the labor unions last evening to consider the mining dispute, a  resolution was passed that all classes  of labor should stand together under  present conditions. James Devine,  secretary of the Miners' union stated  the facts in regard to the contract  system proposed. Chris Foley opposed the contracts unless under limitations. Several other speakers said  the contract price should be arranged  with the union and not with the indi*  viduals. Ralph Smith", M. P. P., said  he. had discussed the situation with  the executive of the Miners' union, au  was pi epared to submit a proposition  to the mine owners at a conference to  be held this afternoon. He wen ton. to  advocate the arrangements of contract  prices, between the mine, owners, and  the union, revising the same from time  to time. Coal miners had this system  the world over: He urged continued  conference till an agreement was  reached. R. C. Clute, Dominion labor  commissioner, arrived today and will  join the conference.  ���"PTTT*  ndvLWMmn  Not Completed Between Winnipeg and  Golden Crown.  IDEA   ORIGINATED   INCIDENTALLY  Between   Prominent  Oi fleers of* Both Coin-  panies-Tlie  Reasons for -Snch  an  Amalgamation.  In regard to the consolidation of the  Winnipeg Mining and Smeitiiig company with the Brandon ..nd Golden  Crown Mining ��� company, now under  consideration hy the ollicers of tliese  compiisiies, the Times has been informed by D. II. Beecher, treasurer of  tiie Winnipeg Mining*, company, that  neither of the representatives of these  companies have taken Ihe initiative in  the proposed amalgamation. The ma -  ler of a consolidation and its ���.advantage.; came up incidentally between  some ofjtlse"most prominent ollicers of  both companies on account of the  larger ore bodies iu each mine appearing to lie together, or nearly so. It  was also plain to be seen that the two  properties could be operated under one  management at a much less expense  than by two seperate companies,- as  tliey now are.  The development in-both properties  is uo\v so well advanced that steady  shipments of ore can easily be maintained. Several cars of ore have already been shipped from the Winnipeg  mine for a smelter test and the ore  gave returns of a fraction over $24 to  the ton. in gold and copper values.  Tne ore is in demand by tlie smelters  on account of its easy smelting properties. Furl her' shipments from the  Winnipeg have been delayed pending  the laying of the railway spur to she  mine, and as the snow is now going  off the wagon road is in bad condition.  The C. P. R. has announced its intention to complete the spur to the mine  as soon as the snow is off-, the'-grade,  when regular shipments will be started.  If no consolidation is brought about  between the two companies, the Winnipeg will resume operations as heretofore. . Mining . men who are familiar  with the merit of these two mines do  not hesitate to say that both have large  ore bodies capable of producing, alike prescu t depth, thousands of tons of  ore.'...'     '   . '. . ,.''-."���'.  KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.  Records of Locations for the Period Ending  March 21, 1900.  March 14.  Bearer, Kimberly camp, E -"ope et al.  March 16.  Annie, fractional, McKinney camp, I. Graham.  March 20.  Thurso, West Fork camp, J A Chenicr et al.  Log Cabin, fractional, Green weed camp, J. A.  McNulty '    ���������--. .  ���        Transfers.  March 14.  Aldergrovc,  all interest, H R Elicot to G A  Guess.  Monte Cristo, all interest,   B �� Craddoclc to G  Henderson.  Marcn loi  Evening,   half  interest,  A- Connors to   W  F  Smith.  Butcher Boy, threc-sixtcontli interest, James  Kerr to RD Kerr.        '  No. 3, tliree-sixleeiitli interest, James Kerr to  R D Kerr.  No.4, three-sixteenth interest,  James Kerr to  It D Kerr.  Cape     Girardeau,     three-sixteenth    interest,  James Kerr to R. D Kerr.  No. 3, half interest, James Dale to James Kerr.  Valentine, one-quarter interest, R D Kerr  to,  James Kerr.  Valentine, one-sixteenth interest, R D Kerr to  Marv Munro. ���  March IC.  -6aiiraf*--one-third-interestr---J���F==\Villiams^to  Annie Fraser.  Christina, one-third interest, J F Williams to  Anuie Fraser.  '        March 19.  Evening, one-half interest, W T Smith  to J  McVeigh.  ...    March 20.  Lakeside fractional,' one-quarter interest, A J  "Wlicaltry to R X, Mayock.  Cenij one-third interest, Frank Parker to R .L  Mayock. . . -  Briton, Early History, Nestor, Governor, one-  quarter interest in  each, X, Johnson to E C  Brown.  Bell Rower, one-half interest, W H  Harris to-1  H Barnes.  Lake-view, one-half interest, William Smith to  I H Barnes.  Caledonian,one-quarter interest, A 0 Death to  to F B Holmes.  Caledonian,   fractional,   all   interest,    George  Vaughn to F B Holmes.  Certificates of Work.  March 14.  Monte Grande, to J E Boss  Big Monte, Monte Reco, Monte   Braco, Recs-  toive, to Randolph Stuart.  Regina, lo James Copland.  Marcli IS.  First Chance, for two years.  Uncle Sam, to W Mct'ouald et al.  Peacock, for two years to K IC Mortimer.  Acme, to J A Dataller.  Boston, three years lo S M Johnson.  March 10.  Agnes, four years to George Foulds.  March 19.  Blue Jay, to C B Bash.  Triangle, fractional, to E E Betts.  Evening, to A Couuers.  Moreen, two years to II H Shal'.cnberger.  Om Julio, fractional, two years to F Keffer.  J. D. to Charles Stooke.  Midnight, to Robert Wood.  .   .  George Miller, the.jeweler, has gone  "6~Canip.McKinney.  The Times has been asked to call  the attention of the citizens to the annual celebration of the Queen's Birthday. .It is thought that the 24th of  May should be properly celebrated in  Greenwood, and that steps should be  taken at an early date to arrange for  tlie same.  Mineral Act. 1896.  CEf-TIFiCATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  War Eagle Mineral claim situate iii the Kettle  River Mining Division of Y-'ie District.  Where Located :      In Camp "McKinnev.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John tf. McLeod,  Free Miner's Certificate No. _-635.. as  ageut for William Yunkin, Five  Miner's Certificate I'to. 1*5571,  intern! sixty days from tin; date hereof,  to apply to tin; Mining Recorder for a Certificate uf Improvements, for the purpose of  oblaiuinira Crown grant of the above claim.  And    further   take  notice that action   under  Section 37, must   lie coiniuriieed  before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.;.  Dated litis .".lit dav of Februarv. 1900.  J. F. McLEOD.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE 01* IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  ���GEM" Mineral Claim siln-ite in tin; Kettle  River Mi ii ine' Division of Yale District.  Where located :    Camp MelCiiiit. v.  TAKE   NOTICK  tliat   I.  John "l\ McLeod.  Free   Miner's   CVnilic.ite   No.   i:(i3."-<i.   :is  agent        for Hugh Cameron. Free  Miner's Certificate No. ,* 1K7.2.' intend sixty  days from the dale he ...of. lo apply  lo the Mining i.eonnier for a Ceriiiieate of Improvements,, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown (.rani of the above claim.  And   further lake   notice  t.ial  :iolion   under  seel inn 37. must  be commenced   before  tlio  issuance of such CerlilicaU'of Improvements.  Daied lhis2sili dav of Februarv. VHM.  J. I'.'McLEOD.  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE..  ' LE ROT" Mineral Claim situate in the Kettle  _��iver Mining Division of Vale District.  Where located :    Camp McKinnev.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, John'P. McLeod,  Free Miner's Certi licnle No. .in356 as agent  for James Copeland.Free Miner's Ceriiiieate No  I!:5o7, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Minim. 'Recorder for a Certificate nf Improvements, lor tliu purpose uf ub-  laiuiujtf a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And   further lake notice that action, tinder  section 37, must be commenced before tiio issuance of such Ceriiiieate of Improvements.  Dated this 2s day of Febrnarv, l')iw.  J. 1*. McLLOD.  MINERAL A.CT," 18%.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DAISY FRACTIONAL" Mineral claim,  situate in the Kettle River Mining- Division  of Yale District. Where located : Camp  McKinnev.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod,  Free Miners Certificate No. nfi35_, as  agent for Duncan A. Cameron, Free .Miner's  Certi licate No. n5655. intend sixty days froiii the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining "Recorder  for-a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaiuiii),'- .a Crown Grant of fhc  above claim.  And   further take  notice that action, under  section 37,  must ba commenced before the issuance of snch Ceriiiieate of Improvements.  Dated this 28lh dav of February, WOO.  J. P. McLEOD.  Mineral Act,-1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  ST. LAWRENCE Mineral Claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: Iu Deadwood  camp, adjoin!iif? the Mother Lode Mineral  clame.  TAKE' NOTICE that I, Arthur Murdoch  Whiteside, as ng-ent for the Deadwood  Gold Copper company, free miner's ceriiiieate No. i.7715, . intend, sixty days from  the dale hereof, lo apply to the M ining Recorder  for a Ceriiiieate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant to the above  claim.    ' ���  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,'must be com nicnced  before the issuance of sucli ceriiiieate of improvements.  a Dated this 10th dav of Februarv. A. D. 1900.  iso-9. "    a. m. Whiteside.  Mineral Act, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  -     ,  ��� ��� "'NOTICK.  COPPEROPOLIS  and MAGNOLIA Mineral  Claims, situate in the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale District.   Where located :  In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, George Riter Free  ?,Iiner''sCertilicate No. u.585, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining-Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown  Grant of tlic above claim.  Aiuf further take notice that action, under  section  37,   must   be  commenced   before    the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements;1  Dated this 11th day of January, 1900.  GEORGE RITER.  .    MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  SYLVESTER K. Mineral Claim, situate in  Greenwood camp, Kettle Riyer Mining division of. Yale district. Where located:  North of and adjoiningtheCimerou mineral  claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. M. Whiteside,  as agent for L. I. Ostroski, free miner's  certificate "No. 1S-5%A, C. Scott Galloway, free  miner's certi licate No. 1*7777, J. Circti, free  miner's certi licate No. EG350, 1\ W. Dillon,free  miner's certificate No. 18597A, D. Moylan, free  miner's certificate No. Iiiil .G, sixty days from,  the dt:te hereof, to apply to the "Miniug Recorder for a Certificate or "Improvement*; for the  purpooe of obtaining a Crown Grant for the  above mineral claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this 15th day of January, A. D. 1909.  A. M. WHITESIDE.  MINERAL, ACT, 1S96.  Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.  IIONALULU mineral  clai:i_.   situate   in   the  Kettle River Mining Division  of  Yale  District.   Where located :     In Copper camp.  ���-pAKE   NOTICE   that  I.   C. JE-Shaw as  JL      agent  for James   li.    McMackson,  Free  Miner's  Certificate No.  1.13556  and William II,  MC-tackson, Free Miners Certificate  No.  B13593  intend ; sixty days from date iioreof, to applv to  lhe. -.tilling  Recorder  for a  Ceriiiieate of'improvements  for   the   purpose   of  obtaining   a  Crown Grant of lite above claim.  And   further ialce  notice that  action   under  Section   37   must   be comn.enced   before lln; is-  sti.ince of sucli Certi licate ul Inior.'jveiuciits.  Dated the SUh dav of Ndv.mli'-r, is'-..  I*y ' C. .1.. SHAW.  MIN ERA r/^H-TlsVL  Certificate   of  Improvements.  NOTICE.  TEXAS mineral  claim, siturik; ln  the  Kettle  River   ..lining   Division  of    Vale   District.  Wit.-re IoimIi-iI :    l.'rovk|...iicoc:iui|>.  TAKI'. NOTICI. ili.it 1. Charles N'oble  Collius. Free Miner's Certi lirale Nm.  1'>*_*'a. intend si.\!y days from ilnle hereof to  aop'.y to the Mining Recorder for a Corlilictile  ol Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a t'rowinir.inl of the above claim.  And   fiulhcr  lake  notice  tlint   action   under  f'ecti in  37   iiltisi   be   commenced   before the issuance of such Ceriiiieate of I mpr.ivi'nieuts.  Dated this _<>tli dav of F.brtrirv. I'.i1").  l'>_ .CI1AI.LI.S .\ni_LI_ COLLINS.  MINERA  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  RENDTGO mineral claim, situate In the Kettle  River   Miniug  division   of   Yale   district.  Where located:    In Xiinl.erly camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac IL Hallett. as  ageut for Nicholas Garland, free miner's  certificate No. l'lMilA. intend, si.vlv davs from  lhe date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant to the above  claim.  And further take notice that action,���under  Red ion 37, must be commenced  before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this Slh dav of March. I'.Mrt.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.   .  NOTICE.  TINTIC Mineral  Claim, situate in  the Kettle  River   Mining   division   of   Yale   district.  Where located:    In Dc.itlvroodc.intp.  TAKE NOTICE lhat I, Isaac II. Hallett,  free miner's certi licate No. 195I0A. intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, lo apply to the  mining recorder for a ceriiiieate of improve-'  nteuts for the. purpose of obtaining a crown  errant of tha above claim.  A.nd further taki; notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tho issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of March. 1900.  I. II. Hallett.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOT-Cl"*- - - '  BUTCHER BOY Mineral Claim, situate'in the  Kettle River Mining-division of YaId district. Where located: In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for the Butcher Boy Gold and  Copper Mining cotnpl.uy, limited, non.personal  liability, free ini iter's, certificate No. 152X9^5,  intend, sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply  to the'mining- recorder for a certificateof improvements for the purpose of obtaining "a  crown grant to the above claim.  And further take notice lhat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.       =  Dated this (.th dav of March. 1900.  I. II. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  BAL"LARAT  Mineral   Claim, situate   iu   tlic  Kettle River Miniug^livisioit of Yale district.   Whore located:   In  Kimberly camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Nicholas Garland, free, miner's  certificate No. 19.61A. intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, intend to apply to tlieniiniiig  recorder for a certigcate of improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a crown grant to the  above claim.  And  further take notice that  action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such ceriiiieate of hnorovctucuts.  Dated this Otli day of March. 1900.  I. II. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.   1896.  Certificate, of Improvements.  NOTIOE.      _"   g^. , .y,  Ah There, Syd M. Johnson a!id,Di?Sri"-.v6o_.'-  mineral claims, situate iit llie Kettle river  '=^iu.nitYj*"drvisi6u~^  located:    Deadwood caii-ip.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerby  as agent for Geo. D. Ley son, free miner's  certificate No. K6472, intend, sixty da3-s front  the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder  for a certi licate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant to thc above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be coiumeiiced  before thc issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of March* 1900.  '    FORBES M. KERRY.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOT1C .  QUEEN OF SHEBA Mineral claim, situated  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : Deadwood  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, George Aud.ews,  Free Miner's Certificate No. Ji 7726 for  myself and as ageut for Loria A. Smith, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 157, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, lo apply lo the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown (Irani of the  above claim*  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must ba commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of January, 1'XVJ.  (iEORGE ANDREWS.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate   of  Improvement.  NOTICE  '���JOLIETTE  FRACTIONAL" Mineral Cla.m  situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District..    Where  located :    Deadwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. John P. McLeod.  Free Miner's Certificate No. U63S6. as  ageut for John B. Desrosiers, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 1X0+3. intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the "fining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  thc purpose of oblainiti','a Crown O.-aul of the  above ciaim.  And further take  notice that action, under  section 37, must  be commenced  before the issuance, ol such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tUisSrd day of March, l'.KW.  J. P. McLEOD.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  RATTLER Mineral Claiin, situate in the Kettle River Mining division of Yale district.  . Where"locatcd:In Wellingtou camp.  TAKE NOTICE lhat I. Isaac II. Hallett, as  agent for William Garland, free miner's  certificate No. ISOSM, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate ot improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a crown grant to the  above claim.  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificateof improvements.  Dated this Cth day of March. 1900.  I. II. HALLETT.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  HAMILTON    Mineral  Claim  situate   iu   the  Kettle   River   Mining   Division   of_ Yale  District.       Where     l��c:ilccl : Kiniberly  Camp.  TAKE NOTICL that I, Mary t.arland. Free  Miner's Ceitilicale _-.(>. 19632a intend  sixtv days afler date hereof to apply to the  MiningRecorc'-r for a Certificate of 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 litis 27th dav of Februarv, I'M).  1S-37 MARY  GARLAND.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby giventhat at the first meeting of the License Commissioners-for the City  of Greenvvojul, held after thirty days from this  dale, thc undersigned will apply for a transfer  from A. Arcbambeanil & Co. {formerly held by  Ceanrean &C��i.) to Bailev & Co. of the hotel  license of the Alberta {Intel.  A. ARCIIAMBEAULT fc CO  Greenwood, li. C, March 17, V/Jxl. THK GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  ���m  _��.��_>t i'i A i��i i'i i'i * 4|i i'i i'i ���& ft & & jtf i'f -,*��� "ir rjf t!" 'I. fS iii- ';'  1  LATEST SEWS OF THE HIKES.  I  ��.   ,_. _��� ��4��   -4. .��.   ��������  ���!_**_ ^. *������   '.A*   **__���_ I'i i'i i*i it i'i i'i i'i i'i _'__*-  St JS T,t T,t w V V V V V V 'I* "lT V Ti" "ir W ?.��� SV V V V W ti- Ir ���������  Development of the  No.   7  mine in  Central camp has been resumed.  The average return of a number of  samples of ore recently taken from the  Mountain Chief mine, in the Myers  creek camp, was S1L.70 in gold per ton.  The ore shipments f rom * the B.C.  mine in Summit camp to the Trail  smeller amounted to 100 tons the past  week.    Total to date, 1,900.  Morrison stock is again in locnl demand. This morning some .12,0!'0  shares changed hands at prices ranging froin 3J+ to 4 cents.  The sinking of the shaft on the Dayton, in Camp McKinney, is progressing rapidly with a force nf four men.  Latest advices from tlic camp state  that it has already reached a  depth f 40 feet.  Nj.w York, March 24.���Copper firm,  brokers' .1.16.75; exchange, $16.50.  Lead quiet, brokers' S4.4.*.; exchange,  S4.67J<<��4.'2^. Tin easy, Straits,  S31.50rj431.75. Plate:; steady.'Spelter  quiet, domestic $4.50 @ 4. GO.  It is stated that work will shortly be  resumed on the Morrison mine, in  Deadwood camp. In the mean time  Morrison shares have been in demand,  and the local market is pretty '-.veil  cleared at any figure around 4ce>'its.  A. G. Davis, superintendent of the  Rambler mine, in Summit camp, was  in town yesterday purchasing- supplies.  He reports that the shaft has reached a  Hepth of 70 feet. After passing through  23 feet of a porphyry dyke tliey are  again in good ore. He hopes to materially increase the force after the  iirst of the mouth. Sinking will be  continued to the 100-foot level.  Ross Thompson has returned from a  visit to the Boundary Creek country,  says the Rossland Miner, and while  there he inspected the Oro Denero,  which "is being operated by thc King-  Mining company. There are 25 men  employed on the mine. One tunnel is  in for a distance ofl50 feet, 60 feet of  ���which -js in ore, commencing at the  surface. On this same level over 100  feet of drifting has been done. Another tunnel'-is now in about 200 feet,  and it is expected shortly to tap ��� the  ledge at a vertical depth from the surface of 250' feet. The 60 feet of ore.  encountered on the upper' level will  average about $20 to the ton, most of  the values being in copper. The ore  carries only a small quantity of. gold.  Recent samples of ore taken from  the ledge now being opened up on the  Lone Star claim, in the Myers Creek-  camp, greatly resemble that found in  the famous Review, its.neighbor. After  the tunnel, crosscut the vein iu a distance of 30 feet, drifting was started,  and the vein lias been opened up for  nearly 50 feet. Messrs. McEJntire, McDonnell & Co., the brokers, who were  successful in forming a company and  in floating the promotion stock, report  that there has been a splendid demand  for the shares. The price has been  advanced to 2 cents, per share. There  is a deal on for a large "block of the  treasury that. will give the company  ample capital to prosectte development.  A I'i i'* 4^_ i'i i'i i. . i'i i'i i'i Vt '���; it i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i Vi i'i iti i'i  _??��? V=��> W't* 'I-*- W -*V^ .|. 1* -|- -,- -r '��� I- -,- ��������� -i* ���������  1 AS TOLD TO THE INTERVIEWER. 1  ... ���_��� ___*_ U_��*_ �����_ *��� "*��� ���'��� *'ii*. ��*_���*__'__*_���*_ 'I' ��*_ __ i'i i'i '-'iili i'ii'i  Tjr v w v v *-* ll* V -f V V V *i* '<��� 'I* ���.' 'f ~li 1* *"�� V V "��� T W -,'  Among the visitors to the city attending the count3r court are Stanley  Mayall and Paul Rochttssen, members  of the British Columbia Mercantile  Mining company of Cascade city.  Speaking of his home town. Mr. May-  all said : "Cascade is picking up iind  there is considerable work going on in  the immediate vicinity that is giving  ��� employment to a large force of inen.  The contractors for tbe Cascade Power  and Light company's power station  are employing over one hundred men.  This will be a big plant when completed aud it is proposed to supply electricity to the mines in the Boundary  district. The London and B. C. Gold  Fields are largely interested in the  undertaking. The plant will be in  operation within six months. By the  first of next month the roads will be  in such a shape as to permit running  stages between Bossburg and Cascade  and arrangements are now being perfected with that end in view. Gladstone, our nearby neighbor, is coming  to the front and the mining development around Cascade will make business good this summer."  Stephen Edwards of Boundary Falls  was in the city yesterday for a short  time and took occasion to drop into the  Times office to tell how matters were  progressing up his way. He says that  there will be lively times at the Falls  within a- few weeks. Macpherson  Brothers' sawmill promises to give  employment to a large force of men.  At the present time they are employing 20 men and within two weeks thc  force is to be increased to 50. The  plant is in operation and an 80-horse-  fower boiler is - furnishing motive  power   with    plenty    of    lumber    to  work on. He bespeaks for Boundary Falls a large patronage as a summer resort. They are going to fix up  the clam for Ijathing and a number of  summer cottages will be arranged for.  Speaking of mining in the vicinity,  he reports that Sid and Dave Smith  have struck^ooci ore on their property,  which assays i?*." to the ton. Boundary  Fails as a summer resort, manufacturing center ;nict a mining field should  prove a winner this year.  THE SQARD OF TRADE.  Many Important Quest'oiis Were Discussed at  Last Niziit'S f-lcetinff.  A number of important questions  were discussed at the general meeting  ol* thc boat tl of trade held in the city  hall last night. The secretary read a  statement showing the receipts and expenditures iu connect ion'with building  tlie wagon road from Greenwood to  White's camp. There is a balance due  Robert Wood, who was largely instrumental in having the road built, of  SO.'G. This amount Mr. Wood is personally carrying, though the late govern ment had promised to refund the  sum as soon as ' the estimates were  voted for this year. The board thought  that the present government should be  asked if they would carry out the  agreement of tlieir predecessors, and  Secretary Gosnell was instructed to  write thc premier on the subject.  President Galloway appointed a committee, composed of R. E. Gosnell,  D. A. Cameron, Duncan Ross and hiu -  self, to wait upon the Hon. Smith  Curtis, minister of mines, on his arrival here today with regard to the  subject, as also to obtain from him*  some assurance as to what his government were going* to do in connection  with the establishment of the supreme  court re.gis.r3- office here for the Boundary district and the transfer from Midway to Greenwood of the recorder's  office.  No action was taken in support of  the Kettle River Valley railway charter,  now before parliament, as it was the  sense of the meeting that if the promoters Wanted Greenwood's support  they should have taken the citizens  into their confidence and have told  who were behind the undertaking and  what assurances they had that if the  bill was passed such a road would be  constructed.   .  Iu discussing the'matter of the C. P.  P. R. freight rates in- the district, it  was conceded by those present that the  company were not discriminating  against Greenwood, and that the rates  iu effect were equitable. The secretary was requested to draw the attention of the advertising department, of  the C. P. R. to several inaccuracies in  their last folder, on the mining resources of the province, that needed to be  cor reeled. ���    ���     .  The question of representation of  the board at the Fourth Congress of  Chambers of Commerce of the Empire,  to be held in London from 26th to 29th  June was taken up. A letter with  credentials was directed to be sent to  A. J. McMillan asking him' to represent the board at the congress.  James Sutherland requested - that  action be taken on the completion of  the wagon road up the West Fork of  the Kettle river. He said that already  $9,000 had been mis-spent in the building* of only nine miles of road aud that  the false work for the proposed ' bridge  acrass the West Fork had been swept  away by the creek. The secretary was  asked to call the attention of the Pr. -  mier to  the necessity ��� of having the  "We have paid special attention  to the construction of Pumping  Machinery for duty iti_ mines,  our unsurpassed facilities arid  methods have given our Pumps  a Dominion wide reputation.  They are fully guaranteed. Our  designs include all types of the  ordinary Piston Pattern Ivjiiiing  Pump, Solid Cylinder single and  Duplex Patterns, outside packed  Duplex Plunger Patterns with  Pot valves, also Vertical Sinking Pumps, both piston and outside packed double Plunger patterns. Mine superintendents  and those interested in Machinery would consult their interests  by sending for catalogue and  quotations before installing their  plants.   Fiifl  ���LIMITED.  TORONTO,  .-  X   f>  ONT.  Gtmliffc & Ablett,     .  I /.GENTS AT ROSSLAND-  Si   .   T^ackay & V^alken.  1 AGENTS AT VANCOUVER.  I WM. SMITH,  g PO. Box 16., ag-ent at Greenwood B. C.  road built and completed at an early  day.  The meeting adjourned until April  4th when the annual meeting will be  held. At this meeting Secretary  Gosnell will outline a plan for the  publication of a statement of the work  done by the board and statistical information of the mines of the Boundary district.  STRONG UNION TOWN.  A Trades aad Lab.r Council to Be Formed.  Other Union notes.  There is a strong movement on foot  among the local unions to form a  Trades and Labor Council, similar to  that iu operation at Rossland and the  cities on the Coast. Those having the  matter in hand have been diligently  working for the past month perfecting  arrangements. They have invited the  different unions in this city to each  select delegates to represent them at a  meeting to be called some time this  coming week. As has already been  stated in The Times, Greenwood is a  strong union town. Local unions have  been formed among the miners, carpenters, tailors, printers and plumbers  and steamfitters. The. three representatives chosen by the Greenwood  Typographical Union are James Grier,  William Pierre and J$. M. Grace.  LOUIS  BLUE,  PKES: --PETER C3ENEU-E, VIOE-PRES.  J.  POUPORE*SECRETARY.  The annual election of officers of the  International Typographical utiion of  North America, will take place on  May 16th. The following names have  been placed in nomination: For president, Samuel B. Donnelly of New  York, No. 6, and James M. Lynch of  of Syracuse,. No. SS. For vice-president, M. T. Burton of Memphis, Noll;  C. 35. Hawkes of Chicago, No. 16; John  W. Hays of Minneapolis, No. 42, and  Samuel L. Leffingwell of Indianapolis,  No. 1.. It is noticeable that no one is  put up to oppose J. W. Bramwood of  Denver, No. 48, for the office of secretary-treasurer. Secretary Bramwood  is practically the head and shoulders of  the union and his election will be by  acclamation. '  The voice of Time cries out to man;  Advance! Time is for his advancement, for his .greater happiness, for  his better life, for his progress onward  to the goal within his knowledge and  view. Millions have suffered, lived  and died to point the way before him.  Who seeks to stop him or to stay him  in his course arrests a mighty engine,  which will strike the meddler dead,  and be the fiercer and the wilder ever  for its momentary check.���Charles  Dickens.  A recent dispatch from Chicago says  that unless the body goes to its last  resting place in a union-made coffin  it will be refused burial in the cemeteries of Chicago ��and vicinity, if. the  plans of the labor unions to organize  a grave-diggers' union be carried out.  As the labor unioii men have already  been joined by the makers of babies'  cradles, which now have union labels  attached, it is quite probable that  coffins will follow' suit. Verily, it is  unionism from the cradle to the grave  in the Windy City.  At a recent meeting of the Phoenix  Miners' union, No. 7, the following  officers were elected:. President, Frank  Huckleby;'vice-president, C. H. Towns;  recording secretary, R. Barrow; financial secretary, John Riordan;, treasurer, T. A.j Blair. Mr. Siordan was  chosen as the delegate of the union to  the annual gathering of the Western  Federation; of Miners, which will be  held at Salt Lake City, Utah, next  may. The union ; is in good shape,  having over 200 members, aud there  being four or five initiated at each  ;w.eekl^.mee\ijjg_^^  A branch of the United Brotherhood  of Carpenters and Joiners of America  has been formed at Republic and a  charter sent for to the headquarters of  the organization at Philadelphia.  Twenty-one members were enrolled.  J. E. Wagerley was elected president  and P. J. Shea recording secretary.  The next meeting will ,be held March  29th at the Montana hall in that city.  THISTLE : :'  is the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND���  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  soi,.; AGENTS:  R.  P.  RlTHET &  Co.  L/td.  VICTORIA    B.C  Mines %  Real Estate^J^C  Greenwood. Camp McKinney.  General Office,  Greenwood, B. C.  Telephones :  Columbia No.  Boundary Creek No.  Vernen & Nelson  No. 26.  m  if  or?'  sag  ^rr>_  x%  fte  fXYiTf  m  Our Yards and Mills arc  located as follows :  Greenwood, Phoenix, Dead-  wood City, Eholt No. _, Ehol No.  2, I/Oikjr Lake, Rock Creek, Skylark Camp, Nakusp, Robson,  Ymtr and Rosslaud.  "We Are Manufacturers  of all Kinds of  A.   FISHER,   LOCAL   MANAGER.  MINERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  Ames Holden Go's.  �� Columbia"  "Kootenay"  '��� Vancouver "  AUof which are Pirst.class Foot Wear  OUR GUARANTEE-���^  We guarantee to furnish a better Cash Register  than any other, company and at a lower price.  (JUftotwf C&8�� (JtegisferCo.  DAYTON, OHIO.  Address all communications to  A. H. WALLBRIDGE. Sales Agent, Vancouver, B. C  MIDWAY, B. C.  First-Glass Accommodation. Best Brands Liquors and Cigars  THOS. McAUIyAY, Proprietor.  ...ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED.  O  ROUTED  <��c  ��ATS  The Best That Money can Buy,   Take7 no Other.  Manufactured  by the Brackman-Ker Milling Co., *ptd. Victoria,   Vancouver,  Westminister  Edmonton, Nelson;  THE  BANK   OF  .Established in 1S36.  Incorporated by Royal Charier.  Paid-up Capital.      $-4,866,666  Reserve Fund... .$1,460,000  London Office:  3-Clemcnt's Laire, "Lombard Street, E. C  *',f  Court of D_rectors..d  J. H. Brodie, John James Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. ArthurHoare, H.J.B. Kendall,J.J.Kiiitrs-  ford, Fred Lubbock, Georg-e D..Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wallis.  Pead office in Canada: St. James St., Montreal-  H. StU-eruan, general manager.  J. Eliusley, inspector.  Branches jn Canada: :  London, Brantford,- Hamilton, Toronto,  Moutreal. Ottawa, Kingston. Qitebec,r.S.t. John,  N. B., Brandon,' Winnipeg-,' Frederictoii, N. B.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Aslicroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Greenwood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C.  .tvGENTS IN TIIE UNITED  STATES!  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National Bank. New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawson and J. C. Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���(124 Sansome street) H. J. Mc-  MicliaeTaiid'JrRv-Ambrose'agetits."^-        7 "  London Bankers:. ��� ��  The Bank of Etig-laud and Messrs. Glyn & Co.  Foreign Agents:  . Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. ��� A stralia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Band of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartered Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China, Apra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Batik. Paris-Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyotfiiais.  F. T. SHORT, Manager,  Greenwood   B.   C  Establish ed 1862.  1  Furniture  Carpets  Linoleums  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpape  Complete House Furnishings.  .-k==0C=*^::7 7' '���������"'  A  large  stock  of  Fine  and  Medium  l*riced Goodsain above lines.  -������   Send for Samples and Prices���free.  The Greenwood  Electric Company.^^f  Are now prepared to undertake the installing of lights  on premises of intending-  consumers. Before any building is connected to the Company's mains, the wiring  will have to be inspected by  an officer of the Company.  All work must be done in  accordance with the rules of  the National Board of Fire  Underwriters. Prices and  any further particulars can  be obtained at the office of  the Company located on  Deadwood street.  Greenwood Electric Co.  Greenwood, CB. C  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby g-iven that at the first i��et_t-  ina of the License Commissioners for the City  of Greenwood, held after thirty days from this  date, the undersigned will apply for a transfer-  front J. W. Nelson to Deem & Co., of the hotel  license of the Pioneer Hotel. ^ ^ NEI/S0N_  Greenwood, B. C, March. 17,1900.  WE1LER BROS., I1IHJ...  ���FOR���  Bar mirrors,    Plate,     Sheet  or Soldureti 61a$s,  Wall Payer,     Paints,. Oils,  7_v.^iJJ_arni��l)es_,;^ Koom __  and Picture mouldings, ���tc��  WRITE  W. F. Askew; Grand Forks, B. C.  ffloundary Creek representative of J. W. Mclh  of Victoria, who carries   the largest stockr  above lines in B. C.     As nearly^ all of iuop  (foods are imported via Cape - Horn thechoe  f rei(fht excludes eastern dealers'  WM. A. NICH0LLS  iol Roenf.  Spokane, Wash. U. S.  Potel Kootenay  MISS K. SWANSON,  Proprieteress,  Headquarters  for   Boundary   Mining  Operators.  ROSSLAND,  B. C.  Mineral Act; 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  ���'BARROW' Mineral Claim situate in the  Kettle River Minintf Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Skylark  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  aifeut for Georg-eR. Nadeit, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14357a, Jean B. Desrosiers, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B6043, John Layeax,  Free Miner's Certificate No. nG355, Frank H.  Parker, Free Miner's Certificate No. B.150 and  Ernest J. Livermore, Free Miner's Certificate No 1363_2, intend, sixty  days front the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the puri-ose-of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the ahove claim.  Aud further tatte notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvement.  Dated this 16th day of March, 1900.  S8-67 .   I. H. HALLETT.


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