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 .';.r.��.Vtf';!^:^^V"*iBii  'x">  y.  Published Weekly ih the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District  Voiv. VIII.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1901.  No. $�� *V *  0-00-000 0<><><K><><KKX>000-0<><>0000<>000<HX>0<H>0<  Science      ��  preserves for us  all things  which  the world has  found.  The science of  selling clothing  is to sell such  goods as. will  keep for you all  patrons once  ��� gained.  This store sells  with the private contract that money is to be  refunded if goods are not satisfactory/  Overcoats and Ulsters sold by us...  ... are not made to Order, but to Fit.  jffcSL Sperry Company, EtcL  THE CANADIAN RAM OF  With-Which is Incorporated, the      -  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8;000,000.       -     Rest, $2,000,000  HON..9EO, A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  i. w. h: smythe;  . Manager Greenwood Branch.  TO  PLACER   MINE  Rock Greek, a  Company Has  Been Formed.  "BOOMING" PROCESS  The   Undertaking   Launched   Under  Favorable Conditions���Work Has  ���   Already Commenced.  The historic Rock creek placers are  again being exploited. This time not  in the manner of the early sixties when  the first feverish prospectors cradled  its sands in their search for the yellow  metal, but by a system known as i  "booming. \ H. M. Keefer, mining  broker of this city, and C. W. Vedder,  of Spokane, have formed the ; Rock  Creek Consolidated: Placer Mining  company, limited. The undertaking is  capitalized, for $7,500 in the 300 shares  of the par value of $25 per share. The  first board of directors has the names  of Mayor R. W.. Jakes, M. D., ex-Mayor  Robert Wood, P. P. Sharpe, A.. E).  Ashcroft, C. E., C. W. Vedder, H. M.  Keefer and H. C. Shaw. Within a  week over 200 shares were subscribed  for locally and a force of men has  started operations.  The company has acqured ten miles  of creek digging leases along the  course of Rock creek, from. "Jolly  Jack's Bridge" to within a mile and a  quarter of Rock Creek postoffice, at the  junction-of that stream with the Kettle river. Albert E. Ashcroft, CE}.,  who thoroughly examined the creek  and knows its conditions-says that thej  only previous attempt to reach bedrock was made at the mouth of the  creek and about a mile up, here the  ground was worked by a hydraulic  plant. Since its discovery all the.  ���other bars and benches have been prospected by shafts and wooden pumps  worked by water .wheels. During the  early sixties a large floating population of miners was supported by its  gold, and since then many Chinamen  and a few whites have made wages.  While no estimate is obtainable bearing with accuracy on the amount of  yellow metal secured since its discovery Rock creek is generally credited  with from $250,000 upwards. Miners  are apparently well satisfied that if  bed-rock could, be reached and worked,  coarse gold in abundance would be obtained. With this end in view it is  proposed by the company to work the  ground by "booming.'- Briefly this  consists  of constructing a dam .at a  suitable point in canyon, having a gate  so built that when the reservoir is full,  the gate is automatically opened and  closed again when the subseqitent rush  of water has passed. This process is  continued for days or weeks, as long as  it is necessary, the being to completely  scour the stream bed for some considerable distance below the dam, thus  exposing bed-rock which'can then be  cleaned as in ordinary placer mining.  This system is in vogue in the placer  mines of New Zealand and has been  proved an unqualified success under  conditions similar to those obtaining  at Rock creek. Where the wash overlaying the bed-rock is in the nature of  a hard cement and the gold is flaky and  fine, the system does not answer, but  it is believed that what gold is on the  bed-rock is coarse, and the wash, even  if deep, is of such a character as to be  moved by the process mentioned. '  Aneroid readings show that the rise  in the bed of Rock creek along the  course of the proposed operations,  averages rather more than 100 feet to  the mile, the rise being less toward the  mouth of the stream, and at the upper  end of the property, being- as much a��  three feet per 100 feet, or 150 feet,per  mile. The sides of the gorge or canyon  are steep for the whole distance and in  most places extremely precipitious.  The channel varies in width from 40  to 300 feet. The ground to be operated  comprising 10 miles of the creek is  divided into half .mile leases.  At a point about six and a half miles  above the commencement is the only  existatit placer claimed, owned by  Andy Donohue, a pioneer placer miner:  of California and7A.ustra.lia.;- He;h%s  worked for years practically- the whole  of White's :bar7 700x100 :feet. It has  afforded him, in: his old age,* for he is  nearing the 70's,;a means of livlihood  suitable to his "tastes. The company  may acquire this claim.   ���.."-'���; :'-  The-scheme seems to be practicable  when such well known .'mining-men as  Frederick Keffer; M. E., Paul Johnson,- E- M., George H. Collins and  others were not slow to appreciate the  possibilities of recovering the gold of  Rqck creek by-the method, proposed  anci -which is now; being carried into  execution.  -THE-  Speed, StrengthjDurability,  Reliability and Adaptability  to all classes of workere the  qualities which make the  the standard', everywhere.  Also a full line of typewriter papers, carbon  papers.paper fasteners, etc.  -FOR  SALE   BY-  BOOKS. STATIONERY. OFFICE  SUPPLIES, WALL PAPER.  'Phone, V. &   N 34  Resolutions Coming Before the  Annual Meeting,  TO BE HELD ON THE 28TH  Delegates to the Greenwood Assembly  of the Associated Boards to Be In-  ,   structed as to Their Attitude.  MINING NOTES.  What is Being Done in the Several  Camps Adjacent to the Metropolis.  The R. Bell   shaft has   reached   a  depth of lTfe feet-_  -The Emma is sending down to the  Pyritic smelter about 100 tons of ore  per day. ��� .  ���: On the- Geyhound, in Deadwood  camp, drifting east bn the 200-foot  level is in progress. y '  i It is said that the Blue Bell in-Summit camp, is shortly to be equipped  with a machinery plant.  /  Some rapid work is being done in  sinking the main shaft on' the Ah  There which is now down 178 feet.  Gilbert Mahon,manager of the Jewel,  has-taken-anoption on-one-half interest in the Denoro Grande for $25,000.  A full attendance of delegates to the  annual meeting of the Associated  Boards of Trade is expected and,an  unusually interesting session expected  as matters of great importance will be  considered. The local board and citizens generally are arranging to entertain the visitors and show them the  places of interest. A banquet will be  held on Friday night in the. Windsor  hotel.  ���-* Among the questions tp be discussed  are the following:  1. All matters acted upon by the association and hot yet disposed of by  legislation. These include such points  as the recognition of the Boundary  country, on." the maps of the district,  mine bulletins, wagon roads and the  funds to raise the same for the opening  up of mining districts, the necessity of  a resident supreme court judge in the  Kootenays, inadequate provision for  public schools, maps showing -the occupied government lands, the saddling  of municipalities with the construction  of mining loads in their townships;the  royalty on 'timber and che undefined  nature of the right of mine owners to  purchase the surface rights of their  claims. '..'���-.  "2. All matters acted on at the special  meeting of /December 12, 1900, or referred ��� at ��������� that .meeting to the annual  convention. This includes the approving of the appointment by the provin-  cial~go'verem'e'if'of -.--"mining conrniis*"  sion to enquire into the relations of the  public policy -of the Dominion to the  mining industry, the presentation of  data to such a commission by the Associated Boards, the appointment of  one or more members, nominated by  the boards, to the mining commission,  the suggestion of the names of G. O.  Buchanan of Kaslo, D. Ross of Greenwood. and,R. F. Tolmie of Trail, as  members of the commission, the crea-  tion-of a separate department pf mines,  the application of the coast boards to  be admitted to the Associated Boaids,  and the Coast to Kootenay railway.  3. By the Greenwood Board. The  coal question as affecting the smelting  interests of the mining sections,.  4. By the Grand Forks Board. Renewed efforts toward the appointment  of a minister of mines in the Dominion  cabinet. Open railway policy in Southern British Columbia. Cheaper freight  rates into the Boundary cotfntry. Increased parliamentry representation in'  Jbqth Pomjfliqnyand provincial houses.  present a resolution defining the powers of the executive council of the association and providing that at any  meeting regularly called the executive  council may in its own name memorialize the Dominion or provincial governments or any of the departments or  ministers of either, upon any questions; provided that a copy of any  memorial so forwarded shall be immediately transmitted to each of the  Boards of Trade within the association. And that it shall be competent  for any local board to adopt and present a memorial upon the same subject.  8. By the Moyie Board: Be it resolved that it is expedient and necessary that the existing Fort Steele Mining Division be divided, and that this  association recommend the following  sub-division: A Southwestern Division  beginning at a point on the western  boundary of the present mining  division, thence east along the watershed between St. Mary's river and  Moyie river, passing north of Cranbrook and terminating at a point pn  the west side of Kootenay river; thence  following such river so as to include  Wardner, south to the baundary line;  thence west along said boundary line  to boundary between East and West  Kootenay; thence north along said last  mentioned boundary to place of commencement, and a Northeastern  division ���' embracing the remainder of  the present Fort Steele Mining Division  not included in the above boundaries.  9. By the Rossland Board. The  necessity of legislation regulating' the  platting of additions to townsites.  Favoring the creation of a new county  to be known as South Kootenay, to include the Trail Creek Mining Division  a|id the whole drainage of the Kettle  riverl To impress upon the provincial  government the necessity of not disturbing the existing laws affecting the  mining industry, as the continual  tampering with them acts as a deterrent on the further investment of  capital in this country. To request the  provincial government to support with  a monetary grant a Chamber of Mines  for Southern British Columbia with  headquarters at some cehtial point in  Kootenay or Yale.  The Dominion Copper company operating in Phoenix camp is about to expend $20,000 in an additional machinery  plant.   ' ______  The West Fork country is due for  considerable attention this coming  spring. Already there is. talk of a  smelter being built at Rock creek to  treat the ores of that section.  A POPULAR BANKER.  THE CITY COUNCIL.  A Presentation Made to Mr. Anderson  Before Leaving the City.  Jas. Anderson, of the Bank of B. N.  A,, left on Saturday for Rossland. A  large number of friends were at the  station to see him off, the majority of  them having reached there after an exciting ride, the drivt'i being a bank  manager who knows more about interest and discpunt than driving horses.  A hearty cheer was given for the  popular bank manager and as the  train pulled out, "He's a Jolly Good  Fellow," was sung. On Friday night  Mr. Anderson's friends met at the  Hotel Imperial and presented Mr.  Anderson with a solid gold chain and  locket, the latter bearing the inscription, "James Anderson, a token of  friendship, Greenwood, B. C, 1901,"  "Better lo'ed ye canna be. Will ye no  come back again." The presentation  was made by Frederic Keffer, M. 13.,  of the British Columbia Copper company, who, in a neat speech, spoke of  the very high esteem in which Mr.  Anderson was held. Other gentlemen  spoke briefly in appreciation of Mr.  Anderson's many good qualities and  extended a hearty welcome to his successor, Mr. Belt. .Songrs and-stories  helped to make '."'��� the evening a most  enjoyable one. \  In view of the fact that commissions  have been appointed by our government and the United States to settle  the boundary line in the Mount Baker  district, whether or not it is advisable  that such commission should extend its  operations and investigations throujgh  the whole of Southern British Columbia.  5. By the Trail Board. Whereas  there is at the present time no lead refining works in the Dominion of Can~  ada and the initial cost of establishing  such a plant is very great, it is the  opinion of this association that the Dominion government should encourage  the establishment of such a plant by a  grant for a term of years of a bounty  of per ton all lead of .Canadian origin  smelted and refined in Canada.  6. By the Kamloops Board. Whereas the B. C. Inland Board of Trade of  Kamloops has initiated a movement  having in view the establishment in  the neighborhood of Kamloops or at  other point in the dry belt of British  Columbia, of a sanitarium for the  treatment -of persons suffering from  pulmonary tuberculosis; and intends to  petition both the federal and provincial governments for assistance in j  establishing and maintaining such  sanitarium, be it rssolved that this  meeting of the Associated Boards of  Trade of Eastern British Columbia  hereby- endorses the action of the said  B. C. Inland Board of Trade of Kamloops in this respect, and hopes that its  endeavors to obtain .assistance from  the federal and provincial governments for the establishing of such an  institution as aforesad will meet with  success.^"  7. By the Kaslo Board.   The delegates of the Kaslo Board of Trade will  Business Transacted at the Regular  Meeting Monday Evening.  In the absence of his worship, Mayor  Jakes, Aid. Sutherland was voted to  the chair at the regular meeting on  Monday night and Aid. Caulfield,  Sullivan, Naden and Ross were present. A Ferguson asked the council to  inquire into the rights of the city to  Providence creek, the water of which  at present is being used by the Elk-  horn brewery. Referred to the city  solicitor. Col. Armstrong applied for  sufficient water to run a three-horse  power water wheel, and this was also  referred to the solicitor as to the power  of the city in the matter. Thc Phoenix  council presented the resolutions published elsewhere and they were re-  jf-erred^jtcva^special. j.o^mytee���Ca'ul-  -mm  "���.:'T^MfMV  ���;;;.;. ^^i*-p��|  field, Sullivan and Ross. Mayor  Carthew, of Union, asked for assist"  ance for the widows and orphans of  those killed in the recent coal mine accident at that place. The mayor was  authorized to open a subscription list  for this purpose- After a conference  with the fire department, it was decided tomaintain the city team to be  used for fire and general purposes and  applications were called for a driver  until'the 28th inst. Aid. Sullivan  gave notice to introduce amendments  to health, wash house and revenue bylaw and the council adjourned until  Thursday night when the fire chief  and driver will be appointed.  ^-f:tittr:^yy%  :'..';   /���?.;.-;'''ViH^';**.-;  STOCK MARKET.  There has been quite a demand for  shares in Boundary company's the  past two weeks. Morrison has been  wanted, and under heavy buying has  advanced from SJ4 to 9 cents, at whicli  there is little offering. Waterloo took  the lead in both cash -and calls, at  figures ranging from 2% to 3 3-5.  Shares in the recently formed Rock  Creek*- Consolidated Placer Mining  Company, at $25 per share have not  had to go begging. The flotation of  this company by H. M. Keefer, was the  most successful undertaking ever attempted here. Humming Bird at prices  from 4 to 5c has had some call, local investors picking up what loose stock  could be secured. McRae Copper  Mines, owning the Ah There, seems to  have been regarded favorable around  Ayic. ��� Indications poinf'to an active  market for Boundary-stocks, and local  speculators have not been loath to take,  a"fLver-"  &feifeS.M��_^S��Sii^  <-- .'    - ' -   1  ���ytsit'^M$y^y0k. ������������  . *i~ S_-'^'%^��*__&'~?'��!*-   ' :���  ,--***2_j_P? n  ^  February 28, 'l90i..  THITSrIS^  Nitrous oxide and  oxygen furnishes the  latest, safest and best*  method for the painless extraction of teeth.  There are no bad after  effects.  Dr. R. Mathison  Both 'Phones.    Greenwood.  __S-_-=  rt-^MM  ,��.iT*>lglfia.��_r  SBSjsomm  _--------_--_-_--M_-_l��_*--  rtA"  Weekly times.  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  DUNCAN  Ross : Editor.  <UNlON  x-jCT-x  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1901.  HOUSTON'S BOGIE MAN.  Mr. Houston's interview published  in the Times last week, was intended  to frighten  people into declaring for  railway monopoly in British Columbia.  It has already been ridiculed by  many newspaper and mining men,  one mining engineer who has an intimate kowledge of British Columbia  affairs, characterizing the statements  as "tommy rot." Mr. Houston expresses his great alarm at the possibility of J. J. Hill securing control of  the stock of the C. P. R. * company and  consequently control of the railway.  As was stated by Mr. Shaughnessy  there is no reason why Mr. Hill should  not secure control of the stock if he  has money - enough to buy it. The  stock is on the market in Montreal,  New yorki.Epndon and other financial  centers and) _nay.be purchased by Mr.  Hill or any one else. It is held today  by German, Frenchmen, American*  and other foreigners and no alarm is  felt. Why, the railway from almost  its inception,, has been run by Americans. Wm. Van Home was a good  American, afterwards became a British  subject and was knighted, Mr.Shaughnessy was also an American, but is today a good British subject and it is  quite possible that should Mr. Hill  secure control of Canada's national  railway he may return to the land of  his birth and become Sir James Hill  The ownership of the stock of the railway company cannot cut much of a  figure. It will be run as a business  venture and not on sentiment. There  must surely be some other protection  of the rights of the people besides  looking into the nationality of the  owners of C. P. R. stock. Capitalists,  whether Canadian or otherwise, are always looking after the almighty dollar and to expect special consideration  from them, in their business affairs,  because of their patriotism or love of  country is an absurdity. In the absence  of government ownership~6f railways'  the best possible safeguard is keen  competition.  Mr. Houston draws a harrowing picture of the terrible effects that will follow the death of the British Columbia  smelters by a coal famine and the  treatment of British Columbia ores by  the United States smelter combine.  Mr. Houston forgot to state that there  is an insurmountable barrier to the exportation of British Columbia ores  and it is that they are too low grade to  stand transportation charges for any  great distance. In order that the mining industry may continue profitable,  the smelters must be erected as near  the miues as possible. British Columbia copper ores are not peculiar in  this respect. In Montana, in Arizona,  in California, in fact in every section  where copper ores are found, the smelters are erected near the minea. Even  if Mr. Hill built a railway to the  Crow'-. Nest coal land and secured control of C. P. R., the British Columbia  smelters would flourish because Mr.  Hill is running railways for business  and business can only be increased by  offering every encouragement to  British Columbia smelters.  Mr. Houston and others who are  fighting the battles of the C. P. R.  have hidden the principle involved in  a wealth of fairy tales. To arrive at a  proper conclusion in the matter, the  subject must be considered without  reference to the C. P. R. or the Crow's  Nest Coal company. The heated discussion has been provoked by an application made to the Dominion parliament for a charter to build a railway  connecting the Crow's Nest coal fields  with the Great Northern system. The  principle of an open door for railways  should always be maintained. In all  other provinces the refusal of a rail  way charter is never thought of knd  would not be tolerated but   in  Blitish  Columbia when an application is made  the   old flag is waved and an appeal  made to Canadian  sentiment.    It was  not fair to British Columbia that the  Kettle River railway charter was refused and it would be equally unfair to  refuse   the   present   application.     So  long as the people of British Columbia  will make  local prejudices  and interests the sum and  substance of   their  public life, so long will they  be under  the   blighting    influence   of   railway  monopoly.   They  should learn  a lesson from the sturdy men of their sister  province, Manitoba, who had to  make  the same fight and who won by standing together.  Mr. Richard Marsh in a very strong  .letter to the Rossland Miner.succinctly  sums up the situation as follows:  '���'To sum up the question, the proposed charter should be granted for the  followiug reasons: First, experience  proves that copper smelting must be  done near the producing mines, consequently British Columbia copper  smelting interests cannot be injured  by the proposed railway.  "Second, the miniug interests are  vastly more important than the smelting interests can possibly be, consequently mining interests are entitled to first consideration. Eead  smelting is the only branch of the  smelting industry where the proposed  road would be. liable to cause active  competition. Lack of this competition,  caused largely by immense production  ef lead in the Coeur d' Alenes, is exactly what the mines of Slocan and  East Kootenay are now suffering from.  This competition will be partially, and  perhaps wholly, compensated for by  widening the source of dry ore supply  available to British Columbia smelters,  a lack of dry ores beingone of constant  complaint among Canadian smelters,  and for which these British Columbia  smelters are now offering specially low  rates. '"  . "Third, a refusal to allow construction of this road is practical libel on  Canadian mechanical and scientific  ability. With the advantage of a.  shorter haul on both fuel and ore Canada should certainly be able to com-'  pete and todraw dry ores from nearby  points in the states.     .  "Fourth, the proposed road offers a!  magnificent market for British Columbia coal, thereby giving employment to a great number of men, .and  will give'entry to sections of the states  already consuming enormous amounts  of fuel, and in which it would have  every advantage over all competitors  as to quantity, quality and cheapness  of production."  *-  SWAM HOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms.  Private Board. Home Cooking. Board and room from  $7 a week and upwards.  THE  BANK  OF  .*-  IR. P. Rittiet & Co. I  LIMITED.  S WHOLESALE   GROCERS  |     WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  Established in 1835.  Incorporated by .Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital...... ...$4,866,666  Reserve Fund $1,581,666  I^ondon Office:  3 Clement's liai'.e, Iiombard Street, E. C  TffifflM^^^^  X *+9<9*9*+9<*+9<ai >9  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW,  Bar-risters, Solicitors,  Notaries Pubmc.  Cable Address :   V hallett."  Codes  Bedford M'NciU's  Moreiny & Neal's  Lelber's.  H. HAtXETT.  Greenwood,  B. C.  H. C. SHAW.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  Court of Directors* :o-  J.H. Brodie, John Jaliries Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard -H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. AVallis.  Pead office in Canada: St. James st., Montreal  H. Stikeman, g-eneral manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  Jte  IK-  Branches in Canada:  London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto,  Kinpston.Ottawa, Moutreal. Quebec, St. John,  N. B., Fredericton, N; B.\ Halifax, Winnipeg,  Brandon, Victoria, Vancouver. Rossland,  Kaslo, Ashcroft. Greenwood. Atlin Dawson,  Klondike, and Sidney, C. B.  Agents in the United Statbsj.  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-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  London Bankers:  The Bank of England 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���Chartared Mercantile  Bank of India, Loudon and China. Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Parls-Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lvounais.  S_  CF*  Cr*  CF*  C=*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��� 0  9 9  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest ................$7,000,000.  President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drtjmmond.  General Manager :   E. S  Ci-OUSTO"-!.  Branches in London, Eng.-. M&W^Slf  Bny and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ;  Travellers' Credits, available in any partlofthe'wor.d.'  Greenwood Branch,    F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  New York, Chicago.  Grant Commercial an  5-8  3  *=_"-  ***_.  *_->  fe_9  immmmmMMMMmmmmMMMmM  -'.���v.; "mj V1--'  Ott  AND  TRUST CO,, LIMITED LIABILITY.  REPRESENTING :  PHOENIX FIRB  ASSURANCE CO.,  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  OF TORONTO.  WESTERN ASSURANCE  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE.CO.  OF TORONTO  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND .  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO.,  OF TORONTO.  Manager  fl/jCLEOD A BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Naden-Flood block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J. P. McLeod,  FORBES M. KERBY, CE'  Provincial I/and Surveyor  Offices:   Greenwood, B. C,  * also J, A. Unsworth's Store, Midway, B.  F. W. GROVES,  Civil and Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor.  '���.'���'  greenwood, b.c.  ",''.-'���.':  Mineral Claim's Reported upon.     ���������������->':,  Underground Surveys.  HON. JOS. MARTIN.  Hon. Jos. Martin has announced  his intention of retiring to private  life. The announcement will be gladly  welcomed by the opponents of the  Dunsmuir government. The present  provincial government owes its existence largely to the fact that members of parliament and others were restrained from taking decisive action  by the fact that the death of the present government would mean the infliction of Jos. Martin upon the province. Mr. Martin has ability and  many good qualities, but as a leader he  is simply an impossibility. His advent into provincial politics delayed  the declaration for party lines. Upon  his retirement there is no good reason  why the Liberals should not declare  for party lines and organize to make a  strong fight.  "Mr-'MSSi^iS-TSe^WeirSalmedrthe1  stormy petrel of Canadian politics. He  uot only struck terror into the hearts  of his political opponents, but he had  the unhappy knack of dividing those  who might be. his party friends. He  almost wrecked the Liberal party in  this province in last provincial election, his defeat was all that prevented  his doing so.  "We hope that Mr. Martin will not  delay his retirement and as soon as  this is done that the Liberals will organize thoroughly throughout the province.  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  ���    Civil Engineer,  Dominion   andJ Provincial  Land Surveyor. ��� ���'-.   '���-,������   y  GREENWOOD,   i      :   '*.-      r''B.:G.  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering;  Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted  Laud and Engineering Surveys :    ;  W..A. BAUER: C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT C.E'iP.LS  VANCOUVER :    GREENWOOD, i...  Wood   Block,   next door   to    Custom   office,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Canadian Pacific  and Soo Cine  A. A. Schenck, superintendent of  the Chicago and Northwestern railroad, writing in the Portland Ore-  gonian of January 6th, against the  idea of water transportation, when compared with the cheapness of rail.quotes  the Engineering News of New York,  thc highest authority,  as follows:  "It is possible to move freight by  rail on low-grade roads at a total cost  of one mill per ton-mile, including in.  tercst on cost of railway and rolling  stock. "  Perhaps not one reader out of a hundred understands what a ton-mile  means and not one out of a thousand  understands what the rate means when  translated into a car and distance. For  the benefit of such I shall try to put it  into such form as will make it plain.  It means that to haul a car of twenty  tons one hundred miles costs only $2.  And this includes return for capital,  wear and tear and labor! "What do you  think of that? That would be the  freight rate under public ownership,  even if the government borrowed the  money to buy or build the roads and  paid interest.���Exchange.  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Doors  Below  Rendell Corner.  NOTICE  FIRST-CLASS SLEEPERS.  all  trains  from  Revelstoke  ��� ana*"Kb6tenayyLandihgi "*-: -=-:���:  TOURIST CARS...  Pass Dunsmore Junction for St.  Paul on Sundays, Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Fridays. Toronto  on Mondays and Wednesdays.  Montreal and Boston on Saturdays   Same cars pass Revelstoke one  day earlier   For Time Tables and full information call on or address nearest  local agent.   :::::::  li. R. REDPATH. agent, Grcenwooi, B.C.  J. S. CARTER,  D. P. A., Nelson, B.C.  E. J, COYLE,  A.G.P.A., Vancouver.  The Columbia and Western Railway  Company will apply to the Parliament  of Canada at its next session for an ac  assimilating its bonding powers in respect to its railway and branch lines  west of Midway to the powers already  given in respect of its lines constructed  east of that point, extending the time  within which it may complete its railways, and authorizing it to construct  such branches from any of its lines  uot exceeding iu any one case thirty  miles in length as are from time to  time authorized by the governor in  council, and for other purposes.  ' H. Campbell Oswald,  Secretary.  For a good meal try the Gem Restaurant.  Werner & Pittock. Props-  Boundary Valley   Lodge  No. 38, I.O.O.F.  AA EETS every Tuesday  Eveninpr   at  8.00 in  their lodge room at Masonic hall.   A  cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning- breth-  ���rn. G. B. Taylor,. NG.  FkedB. Holmes; Rec. Sec,  mcEntire  IDcDonnell $ go,  * V**"**1?!?'.."5*-*  The Eli-horn Lager Beer Contains only. Pure Malt Hogs, Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  VANCOUVER, B. C. 733 Pender St.  Also NELSON, B. C,  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry dlarpe stock of Balances, Furnaces.  Fire Clay tfoods, Scientific and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids, Chemicals  Sole ag-eutR forMornan Crucible Company,  Battersea aud Standard Firebrick Co., Crucibles and Muflles. -    -   -      -��� -���  Becker's Sons' Balances, Etc  aud all other Assayers'aud Miners' requirements.  Battersea aud Standard Firebrick Co., Crucible-  Catalogue and full partlcularr sent on application.  Braun's Gasoline Furnaces and Cupel Machines.  ���t* �� ��  Mines  * * *  and eal Estate  Greenwood and Myers Creek,  i  .   *  i  *,.  ��� ������  ��� OO  i t  Smoke a William Pitt Cigar.   A j oily given  with every cigar at Jacobs*-    Ask for it.  ������  Eift : is : lUwtb J Civitig..  When you  can   get   the   best   cigars   ���  the   country   at  ���a  get   the  Jacobs.  Don'! ������ be! ������ a * Dead = One  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK. - - CODDer Street. THE   BALLAD OF  SETTLE DOWN.  A printer threw away his stick  And washed his inky hands.  "I'll go and tempt the Fates," he cried,  "Far off in western lands,"  And so he landed in Begosh,  A brand new Kansas town,  And there he built a small hotel  And named it ''Settle Down."  He was the landlord, clerk and cook  ��� ., The table waiter, too.  .  He made' the beds and tended bar���  And had enough to do. ~  The town grew, fast, the hotel throve,  He hired some extra hands. .-'-������  His profits quite as fast as got  He put in Begosh lands.  And as he throve he felt a want:  Mysterious, dim, obscure,  He could not tell exactly what,  But there it was, for sure.  ���'Ha! Ha!"*he cried, as sudden light  Broke on him while at, dinner,  "I want a printed bill-of-fare���  "I do���as I'm a sinner."  There was no printing press iu town;  He sent and bought him one.  It came, with type, he worked���and lo!  The bil]-of-fare was done.  He loaded it with lots of French  To sort of give It style,  And proudfully he set it forth  His boarders to beguile.  There came six cowboys to his board,  A11 armed and fierce and grim.  Each man picked up a blll-of-fare���  Then hastened out to him.  Then on that pale and trembling man  >    Their words fell fierce and hot:  "Why don't yer talk United States?  "What is this Dago rot?  "What's 'A lay-rnatree D-Hotcl?  ."What's a 'pitm-mey-D-ter-ree?'  "What's 'Mack.er-hony-aw-gra-teen?'  "What's 'Me-new?'   What's 'Saw-tee?.  "Who's 'Juli ana?'   Who's 'Tommy T?'  "Who's Li'and May O'Nass?'  "Say! is 'Cou-Sonii'iy-Prititer-uear?'  "Whore is -Pat-D-Foy-grass?"  "Yer'r growiu' rich!   Yer'rgettin' proud?  "Yer'r want ter be er dude.  "Ther daisies claim yer tender toes.  "Yer'll du ther grass roots good."  There fell a grave like silence then���  Each man his cannon drew.  *      _       *       _*_.��_.      *  * * * *  The doctor's perforation count  Came up to forty-two.  EPITAPH.  This man was too advanced for use,  He had to great a head.  He worked his "Settle Down" in French���  His settle-up in lead.  ���Hotel Register, N. Y.  GOOD RESOLUTIONS.  \>  Passed   by  the  Phoenix  Municipal  Couneil.  At a recent meeting- of the Phoenix  municipal council, the following* resolutions were passed and the Associated  Boards of Trade requested to endorse  the same:  "Whereas, The supply of coal and  coke to the smelters of Southern-Kootenay and Yale is at present inadequate,  and there is serious risk of some of the  smelters having- to shut down:  "And whereas, There is dang*er that  the supply will be made still more inadequate by the builfling- of a railway  from the United States to tap the coal  fields of the Crow's Nest Pass and export coal from the province:  "Resolved,-By the municipal council  of the corporation of the City of Phoenix, that it is indispensible that an export duty be placed on coal from the  interior of t he province, so arranged,  however, that any surplus over and  above the demand of British Columbia  may go out free of duty:  "And whereas, It hat been proposed  to restrict the exportation of coal by  refusing- charters to railway companies proposing- to build into the  province from the United States:  "And whereas, Thc fact that coal  and coke are at the present time being-  exported from the Crow's Nest Pass  outof-the-province by-a Canadian railway clearly shows that refusing railway charters is no guarantee against  the export of coal: 7       y     y  "And* whereas, The policy of refusing railway charters would be most  disastrous to the development-of the  province in other respects:  "Resolved, By the municipal cpunctl  of the corporation of the' City of Phoe.  ��� nix, that the only satisfactory settlement of the coal question is the imposition of an export duty on coal:   *  "And resolved, That this council is  strongly in favor of allowing as many  railways as possible to come into the  province from the United States or  elsewhere:  "And resolved, That this council is  strongly opposed the imposition of any  export duty on ores, as such a policy  ���would place mine owners even more at  the mercy of smelters than they are at  thc present time.  "Whereas, Several private bills are  about to be introduced into the Ivegis-  lotive Assembly of British Columbia to  give private companies great powers  over the water of South Yale:  "Resolved, By the municipal council  of the corporation of the City of Phoenix, that the Water Clauses Consolidation Act gives eyery facility to  bona fide applicants to obtain water for  every legitimate purpose, and that no  special legislation regarding water  should be passed:  "And resolved, That this council  strongly protests against any legislation which might override the control  of cities over their own water franchises and other franchises."  "Whereas, The Dominion parliament  has voted a salary for an additional  county court judge foi*. British Columbia:  "And whereas, It is absolutely essential that such judge be given to the  Boundary district:  "And whereas, It is necessary, in  order to accomplish such purpose, to  divide the present counties of Kootenay and Yale into three counties:  "And whereas, The logical method  of division is to group points oh the  same line of railway tpgether in one  county: ������ . '*  "Resolved, By the municipal council  of the Corporation of the City of Phoenix, that the present counties of Kootenay and Yale should be divided into  three counties as follows:  "All the northern portions of Kootenay and Yale, along the main line of  the C.P.R., to be grouped together in  one county:  "The southern portion of Kootenay  to be a second county:  "The southern portion of Yale to be  a third county.  "And in view of the immense population growing up in the southern part  of Yale, this council strongly protests  against any proposal to throw Rossland into the same county as the southj  em portion of Yale."  TO THE   DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her deaf ness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's artificial ear drums, gave $10,000  to his institute, so that deaf people  unable to procure the ear drums may  have them free. Address No. 14520C,  The JNjcholson Institute, 780 Eighth  Avenue, New York, U. S. A.  CASH  QUOTATIONS.  The old time prices must be done  away with. We want your cash trade  and are willing to quote you prices  lower than you ever heard of before.  Read our prices:��� ��  Cranberries, per quart..... $ .15  Potatoes,  100 pounds  1.50  Raisins, seeded, 1 pound package..   .15  Raisins, cooking, per pound 10  Currants, cleaned, 1 lb. package 20  Currants, per pound 15  Codfish, per pound 10  Salmon 4. 15  Herring, fresh, per can, 15  Hering,7omatoesance, per can 20  Haddies,  per can 20  Bloaters, per can 20  Tomatoes, per can 15  Peas, per can 15  Corn, per can    15  Beans, per  can 15  Butter, creamery, per pound 35  Cream, per can 15  Cream, 7 cans  1.00  Sugar, 12 pounds for        1.00  Flour, per sack, Gold Drop  1.40  Flour, per sack, Hungarian   1.60  Salt, per sack 10  Coal oil, per can  2.00  Apples,  first-class,  per box  1.90  All other goods at a big reduction at  BANNERMAN BROS'.  CASH GROCERY.  Copper Street. Greenwood.  ��*��*#ft<.ftft#����ft*0��*ft_)-#ft��**��ft  I Important I  9  9  9  *  You will save money by buy- 5  9  9  ing year groceries from us.- 2  9  9  - We have cut down prices to $  9  "*"*"  _, .bed-jrock.and.are. prepared to *  * -.'  *  meet  all  competition.   Our *  *  *  goods are strictly the 'best.  *  *���  9  We have secured the services %  9  9  of a first-class  union baker 9  ��������"  *'  *  and we���                                    J  ������'���  ft  r<  9  *  guarantee...   I  ft  ��  9  9  the best bread, pics, cakes,   ft  *  -��  % *  etc., etc.     :     ::;:::*  ���        ft  ft  --    .   . . . ,_. ���-.-������in    1, -.1               n  ��.  ft  V  Hoods Delivered to ��  ��  *  all Parts of City f  ��  �����  ��  ��  * 1  ��  �����  *  NLE.FMZEEJ  ��  GROCERY AND             %  ��  ��  BAKERY.   :    :            *  *  ft  Corner Greenwood and Dead-     9  ��  ft  wood Sitreets.                   5  ��  ft  ��#<  ^9*********************9  E. JACOBS  i, num.- nt  GREENWOOD.  MRS.LARKIN  Has   taken .charge of "the  rooms in the  Jii.c3.fcsiu.ir.  Where she will be prepared tp  look after all her old custom'  ers and as many new. ones as  she can entertain. The rooms*  are ;��� well furnished, and comfortable; rates reasonable. If  you need���y . '.   ,.-.r  Call   and   see  her   before   taking elsBwhere.  t* mt a imi��inniiiiiii��mii��i_iii  ^  H. A, KING & GO  XMAS.  A box of cigars is always appreciated as a Christmas gift.  We have the following-brands of  CIGARS.  X.EDA. $1.75.  HENRY VANE, $2.00  FLOR DE MEI/TA, $2.25.  JOSE RAMIEY, $2.75.  .JOSE RAMIEZ CABINETS,   $3,25  Other splendid brands of Imported and domestic cigars in  boxes of 25, 50 and 100. : : :  Pipes���Meerschaum and Briar.  Leather Cigar and Cigarette  Cases from 85c to ���$6.   :   :   :    :  CANDY.  We have plenty for all in  all grades and prices. L,et  us supply your Christmas tree. .  HA. RING &C0  NOTICE OF PRIVATE BILL,  Notice is hereby given that application will  be made to the 'legislative Assembly- of the  Province of British Columbia at its next session  for a private bill to incorporate a company to  bnild, equip, maintain and operate a line or  lines of railway of standard guage with any  kind of motive power from a point at or near  the town of Midway to a point at or near the  mouth of Rock creek, thence in a northeasterly  direction to the West Fork of Kettle river,  thence following' the West Fork of said river to  its head, thence by the most convenient route  via Okanagan Mission valley to Vernon, with  power to construct, 'operate and maintain  branch lines to any point within twenty miles  of the main line of railway, and with power to  construct, operate and maintain all necessary  bridges, roads, ways and ferries, and to construct, acquire, own and maintain wharves  and docks in connection therewith,, and to construct, own, acquire, equip and maintain steam  aad other. vessels and boats and operate the  same on any navigable waters,and to construct,  operate and maintain telegraph and telephone  lines along the routes of said railway and its  .branches or in connection therewith, and to  transmit messages for commercial purposes, to  generate electricity and supply light, heat ann  power, and to erect, constrnct, build and maintain the necessary buildings and works, and  with power to take water, from the falls on  Spallumcheen or Shuswap river nearLumby  and ou the West Fork of Kettle river near  Bull creek, to generate anv kind of power for  ithe purposes aforesaid or in connection therewith for reward, and to acquire and receive  'from any government, corporation or persons  grants of land, money, bonuses, privileges or  other assistance in aid of the construction of  jthe-company's undertaking, and to connect  jwith. and enter into traffic or other arrange'-  'ments_.with-rai_way_-steamboatuor-other-coia'-.  ;panies; and for all rights, powers and priyi-  ; leges necessary ;in or incident to the premises  j and for other purposes.- .,:��� -,  Dated at Vancouver, B. C, this 22nd day of  December, 1900. , ..������"���.;!  WII.SON & SENKLER,  Solicitors for Applicants.   ~-���tJ^QtCx^SS^MS^s   i-inting  If you are in need  of any kind, try u*  with an order.�� ��  ...~Cbe  times  *^*Z7~  JENCKES MACHINE C��.  *9  4           ��g��     9****9******** 4  4   I in stock I Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators, *  "^      * RO-3-3T AND 9      .. T  4     $ *^~"-i Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps.   Chain Blocks,    4  4  J_          ������*.'':                                    ..:-������'���                                                                                                                                                                              �� at*  I   cAnabian ranb brill c��. %  T    Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has T  T                                                              been attained, T  I R. P. WILLIAMS.                    F. R. MENDENHALL, %  4_.    ���       .....                      GREENWOOD.   B.C. ROSSLAND.   B.C. | A  $^ ^ ^ **���$* ^--I*-*$��� ^ ^ ��#�� ^  James Cooper Mifg. Co.,    1  **-  -MONTREAL, OUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -*9  1 liigerso^Sergeaot \ rock drills, straight line  I  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM  r PRESSORS ... .  ������  ������  &-��� BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc. c0UP1^^\f^iPM^TS I  ���E    Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. _____-. stock carried in rqssland. ;  ��~   R. JJ. 6. mcnal.y, Rossland, B. g. 1?�� R�� Kiritpatrief., Greenwood, B. 6.    :  ��� ��� ---   -. ���'-��� "i _���  - .  Pumping Iftacbinery tor mine mork*  i  u   * i r 01*1  WE ARE PREPARED  To fnrnish Pumping- Machi__ery of various types for  all Mining- duties. Our long- experience and up to  date plant and methods enable us to warrant our  Pumps unapproached for design, durability, compactness and general serviceable qualities.  We have given special attention to the construction of al1  Pumping Machinery required for mine work, and also manufacture Fumps for special duties, pumps actuated by compressed air.  Pumps for bad mine water, steam pumps, etc. Catalogues and  specifications sent upon request.  THE WORTHY CO., Toronto, Can.  CUNUFF & McM-Id-A^A-Tents at Rossland.  G-50. A. WA"_/KEM, & Co.. Agents at Vancouver^    ' _   :  ROSSLAND ENGINEERING WORKS  cunliffe & McMillan,  Founders,  Machinists   and   Boilermakers���Manufacturers of Ore Car6, Ore Bin  ������Doors,  and   General Mining- Machinery���Lots'of Second Hand Machinery Which  has been thoroughly overhauled and is practically new.  25 H. P. Locomotive Type Boiler with J 1���Sinking Pump 10x5x12-Outside, packed,  Eiig-ine_attached,   complete  with all fit- ���     plunger pattern.   .  No. 5 Cameron,  New  ting's���Ready to turn on .team  -6*4x8 Double Cylinder  Friction Drum  Hoist, built by the Ingersoll Company.  1���Sinking Pump.  York.  Watch this ad for other lists or write u s for complete list before you buy.   We  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.  THIRD AVENUE -ROSSLAND ,   . ,'.. .P.O.. BOX 19  per cent up to twenty thousand dollars,  and three and one-half per cent on the  remainder.  Class  D���On  all  others   in  excess  of  forty  thousand dollars, three   aud  one-half  per cent up to forty thousand dollars,  and four per cent ou the remainder.  Provincial revenue tax $3.00 per capita.   Two  per cent on the assessed value of ore or mineral  bearing substances, payable quarterly, on the  last day of the months of March, June, September and December in each year.  Fairview, B.C.,February II, 1901.  C. A. R. LAMBI,Y,  21-25 Assessor and Collector.  Section 37  must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 C. -35. SHAW.  MORTGAGE SALE.  %^^Wyikk*��k^sf  Assessment Act;.and Provincial Reve-  7 tyyyy. .,...'. nue Tax Act.. y  Notice is hereby, given, in accordance with  the statutes, that provincial revenue tax, and  all taxes levied under the Assessment Act, are  nciw'; jlije for the year ��� 1901. AU of the above  named taxes, collectable within the South  Division'���; of East Yale,. and- part of Rossland  riding-, are payable at my office, Fairview.  Assessed taxes are collectable at the following' rates, viv.:  ' If paid on or before the 30th of June, 1901���  ThTtia-pfthe of one per cent on real property.  Two and one-half per cent on assessed value of  wild land. One-half of one per cent on personal  property; On so much of the income of any persona- exceeds one thousand dollars in accordance -with the following classifications, upon  such excess the rate shall be, namely:  Class A���On one thousand dollars and not exceeding ten thousand dollars, one per  cent up to five thousand dollars, and  two percent on the remainder.  Class B���On ten thousand dollars and not exceeding twenty thousand dollars,one and  one-half per cent, up to ten thousand  dollars, and two and one-half percent  on the remainder.  Class C���On twenty thousand dollars and not  exceeding forty thousand dollars, two  and  one-half per cent  up to  twenty  thousand dollars, and three per cent on  the remainder.  Class D���On all others in excess of forty thousand dollars, three per cent up to forty  thousand dollars, and three and one-  half per cent on the remainder.  If paid on or after the 1st  of July, 1901���  Four-fifths of one per cent on real property.  Thr��e  pea cent on the assessed value of wild  land.   Three-fourths  of one per cent on personal property.   On so much of the income of  any person as exceeds one thousand dollars in  accordance with the following classification;  upon such excess the rates shall be,namely:  Class A���On one thousand dollars and not ex.  ceeding ten thousand dollars, one and  half per cent up to five thousand dollars, and two and one-half per cent on  the remainder.  Class B���On ten thousand dollars and not exceeding  twenty thousand dollars, two  per cent up to ten thousand dollars, and  three per cect on the remainder.  Class C���On twenty thousand dollars and not  exceeding forty thousand dollars, three  Under and by virtue of the powers contained  iu a certain mortgage which will be produced  at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale  by public auction at the postoffice in the Town  of-Anacoudaviu the-District of^-Yale- in-British  Columbia, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon on Thursday, the 28th day of February,  A. D. 1891, the following property:  All and singular tliat certain tract of land  and premises situate, lying and being in the  City of Greenwood in British Columbia, and  being composed of Lot One, in Block Fifty-five  according to the Registered Map or Plan (deposited in the Land Registry office at Kamloops and therein numbered 70) of the Subdivision of Lot 711, in Group One oil the Official  Map or Plan of the Osoyoos Division of Yale  District.  Ou the properly arc a house and wood-shed.  Dated this 24th day of January, A. D. 1901.  HALLETT & SHAW,  18-22 Vendor's Solicitors  Vernon & Nelson Telephone Company, Ltd  Pole Tender.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned  up to Monday, Marcii 11,1901:  For supplying and delivering telephone poles  aloug the wagon roads at stake about SO yards  apart, between Greenwood and Camp McKin  ney, and between Rock Creek and the International Boundary line, near Bolster, Wash.:  Poles to be delivered by May 1st, 1901:  All poles to be of good, sound and well-shaped  cedar or tamarac wood, 25 feet iu length and  not less than seven inches iu diameter at thc  small end when dressed:  All bark aud knots to be neatly trimmed off  to four feet from the butt:  Tenders must state the price of cedar and  tamarac and about the number of each to be  supplied.  H. W. KENT, G. C. HODGE,  General Supt. District Supt.  Vancouver, B. C. Nelson, B. C.  MINERAL ACT/1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  EMERALD Mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 8120  for self and as agent for I. H. Hallett, Free  Miner's- Certificate No. 8003 and Lindsay Mc-  Carren Free Miner's Certificate No.  B30022       intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim"  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced'before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of January, A.D. 1901.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTIOB.  "MAPLE LEAF" Mineral Claim situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : In Skylark  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for William J. Porter Free  Miner's Certificate No. H29597, intend,  sixty days after date hereof to applj to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Inii.ro\e-  ments for the purpose of obtaining a Crow u  Grant of the above claim.  And fnrther take notice that   action under  Section 37   must   be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 24th day of November, A. D��� 1900.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Imurovement-  NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral  claim,  situate   in   the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located :    In Copper camp.  TAKE   NOTICE   that  I,   C. JE. Shaw as  agent for James   R.   McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B13S6 and William H.  McMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B13593  intend; sixty days from, date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im  provements for the purpose  of  obtaining  a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  MINERAL   ACT.  1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  JOHANNESBERG   Miner!   Claim, situate lit  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located :   In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Otto Dil-  ler Free Miner's Certificate No  n7871, intend, sixty days from the dat e hereof  to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  And further  take  notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suanceof such certifictteof improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of November. A. D., 190o.  OTTE DILLER.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  BURNS, BURNS FRACTIONAL, COPPER  TRUST FRACTIONAL, SCRANTON  OTIS FRACTION aud PICLADILLY  FRACTION Mineral Claim .situate iu the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : In Deadwood  Camp. .  TAKE NOTICE that I, E. A. Bielenberg  Free Miner's Certificate No.  n8-66, intend sixty days from date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown G rant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of June, A. D., 1900.  E. A. BIELENBERG  '���ym  y?ip  'r'AWM  ."'���a-"���*'>"-  m  y;iiH  .'-_;_-'. '"V*_fi_.: February 28, 1901.  GEENWOOD WflB  LY TIMflSS  ���A  %  I  A. J. Coursen, representing the Crescent Steel company of Hittsburg-, Pa.,  is in the city. He is introducing to  looal mine managers his company's  brand of steel, and reports a favorable  deinand for it.  Tomato, cabbages,' cauliflower, etc.,  for re-planting from Furguson's hothouses. Apply Ehrlich & Humphrey,  Copper street. 2t  Sunday there were a number of visitors down at the local smelter watching  the process of converting Mother H/Ode.  ore into copper matte. It was the first  Sunday since the plant was started  and many took occasion to inspect it  in operation.  For Rent���Unfurnished rooms very  cheap.    See Smith & McRae.   '  J. W. Astley, consulting engineer  for the company owning the Snow-  shoe mine in Phoenix camp, was here  M_nday. Kumor hath it'that the mine  will shortly resume sending out shipments to one of the local smelters. A  confirmation was unobtainable.  For rent���Corner store with three  rooms, papered, rent about $20. Ap  ply The Times office.  Dale   is   in ' the   .city   from  James  Carmi.  James McNicol was in the city today  after an extended visit to Scotlaand.  F. Smith, representing W.J.: Gage &  Co., Toronto,; was in the city this  week. .  C. _*__}. Shaw, C. E.,and. Jas. Kerr  who left to locate ��� the route for the  railway up the West Fork/to'Mission,  have not yet reached Vernon and some  anxiety is felt at the time taken in  making the trip. Alex. Robinson and  party left on Tuesday over the same  route.  In addition to groceries, candy,  spuds, etc., -we have five good unfurnished rooms to rent cheap. South  Eud Grocery Store.  Do you feel at home when you go out  for dinner? Then you cannot do better than dine at the Merchant's Cafe,  where there is always a warm welcome. If you are a stranger in town  and wish to meet friends, dineat the  Merchant's Cafe and English Chop  House, Greenwood street.   "-  tf  DruggistsX X  Jewelers and  Opticians  /%,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  M. J. Ready, of Spokane, western  representative of' the Sullivan Machinery company, with headquarters at  Spokane, arrived here Monday for a  few days visit to the camps of the district. He confirms the report that  his concern has purchased outfight the  business of the Bullock Diamond Drill  compauy of Chicago.  For instructions on piano, violin,-  mandolin, etc., see Prof. Kauffmarin,  Greenwood Music Store.  Gilbert Mahon,manager of the Jewel  mine, accompanied by Mrs. Mahon>  was iu town the first of the week. ' It  is reported that he will shortly visit  England with a view to conferring  with the directors of his company. At  this conference it will probably be decided to build reduction works at the  mine, similar to those in operation at  Silica.  The best pastry in the city is at the  Horseshoe Cafe.  J. H. Macgill, of Vancouver, was  here the end of last week. He is in the  employ of Liewthaite & Armstrong,  boarding contractors to the Canadian  Pacific railway, as locator of boarding  houses and construction camps. It is  stated that he will arrange for camps  . A,J! J.1 ���* ot Ta^dermist-Kprk done alon& the line of the proposed Coast-  by T. B. Winnett, Silver street,      tf      T,    f   .'       .,  -���_ ���-_',y   ,    Kootenay railway.  H.  E.  MacCamy, superintendent of  Gem Restaurant, Copper street, open  day and night; best service in the city.  Werner & Pittock Props.  SPEECH FROM THE THRONE  The  fc-'W  fmyCleanings 1  '%-g;g-:g;@g-&��-|.-ag&:��6-:����;^:@eS;&*S^  A.  A.   Crowston was in Nelson on a  business visit last week.   *  _.  Coffee and doughnuts only IS cents  at the Horseshoe Cafe.  Ernest Nicholson, a popular employe  at the Mother Lode, left on Monday  for South Africa.  Dave Arkush, of Denver, Colo., has  arrived here and .-will probably enter  the employ of the Standard Pjritlc  Smelting company.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Commerce.   Both 'phones.  Tuesday next will be the first payday for the employees of the smelting  department of the British Columbia  Copper company.  The best meal in the city for the  least money at the Horseshoe Cafe.  John Jones, of Molson, was here  Sunday on his way to Spokane to meet  George B. Mechem, the founder of  Molson.  For fine sleighs or cutters call at  Winnett's carriage works,Silver street.  Jack   Hanly,   the popular   superin-  ���  tendent of the R. Bell mine in Summit  camp, is now a  regular visitor to the  city from Saturday to Monday.  For the best cup of coffee in the city  go the Horseshoe Cafe, Copper street.  The following from Grand Forks,  were in the city the first of the week:  James Anderson, president of the  Athelstan MiriiWg "**cbmpanyp^James'  McArdle, J. M. Holland and A- McQueen.  Now   that the smelter has started  every  one should   have a dinner pail  We have them and can fill them.    Apply South End Grocery. ... ���. tf       "i  Dr.  H.  W.   Keith, who has been in  the city for several weeks, has accepted  a   position  as  medical  officer for the  Crow's Nest Coal company at Fernie.  A. K. Stuart, of Greenwood, who was  ti*e Canadian mining commissioner at  Paris, has accepted a similar position  at Glasgow and left Ottawa last week  for Scotland.       "     >  Fok RknT���Comfortably furnished  three-roomed cottage. Apply Times  office.  W. S. Keith, F. B. Smith and L,.  Trim ins left on Friday for Rossland.  J. Miller, a son of Aid. Thos. Miller,  left on Saturday for Rossland. They  arc going to Africa'as members of thc  South African constabulary.  Large collection of sheet music at 5.  10 and 15 cents. Greenwood Music  Store.  II. S. Strolfire, attorney-at-law of  Spokane, passed through the city the  first of the week from the Myers Creek,  district. He is attorney for the Crystal Butte Mining company"operating  in that sectiou.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's. tf  H. T. Ceperlc}*, the Vancouver insurance adjuster, was here the first of  the week". This is his third visit to the  Boundary district to adjust fire losses  since the opening of the new year. He  was at Phoenix on Sunday arranging  for a settlement of the loss sustained  recently by the Dominion Copper company by the destruction of the assay  office and outfit.  the Union Iron Works, of Spokane,was  in  the city during the week.    He was  in Nelson last Friday completing the  setting up of a mechanical roaster for  lead   ores,   built   by  the Union Iron  Works., for   the   Hall  Mines   smelter.  He reports an ever increasing business  from this side of the line for his firm,  which builds all kinds of mining and  smelting machinery.   The  works are  shortly to  be enlarged.    Speaking of  the local smelter he said it was one of  the most complete plants he had ever  inspected   and   had   many   words   of  praise tor Paul Johnson, the manager.-  A.A. Crowston's stores, Government  street, for  groceries,  provisions,  produce. Headquarters for green fruits, tf  His   Honor   Judge   Bole,    of    New  Westminister,   arrived in  the city on  Saturday to hold county court on Tuesday.    Unfortunately   he  met  with an  accident which confined him to his bed  for several days and consequently* the  court was again adjourned for another  month, ^t^_ is now nearly six months  since a court was  heT5~i_f"Greenwood  and the cases' are piling  up at a rapid  rate-   The   necessity   for a - resident  county court   judge is becoming daily  more aparent.  By authority of his worship, the  mayor, subscription lists in aid of the  widows and orphans of those killed in  the mine explosion at Union, has been  opened at the banks and newspaper  offices in the city. It is urged that the  people subscribe as liberally as possible as the cause is a most urgent one.  A generous response has been made by  other towns and Greenwood will doubtless do its share.  Provincial Legislature Now in  Session.  The legislature opened ou Thursday  last. The speech from the throne  made appropriate reference to thedeath  of the Queen aud.then foreshadowed  legislation in the following:  Mr. Speaker ana Gentlemen of the  Legislative Assembly:  "I now welcome you to the second  session of the ninth parliament.  "Since   your last  meeting we have  had  to deplore the loss of our beloved  Sovereign, Queen yictoria._who, during her long and beneficent reign, had  become   endeared: to 'the hearts of all  her   subjects.   In  no  part of Her Majesty's dominions-were her many noble  qualities as a Queen and a woman more  highly admired, or hasjher death heen  more deeply lamented; than in Biitish  Columbia.    I  trust   you  will  take : n  early opportunity to pass "an address of  condolence   to  the  Royal Family, expressing the deep sense of bereavement  which is felt by the people of this pro  vince.  "As a mark of appreciation" of the  valiant services rendered by the volunteers from British Columbia who went  to Soutli Africa to assist the Empire in  the war with the Transvaal and the  Orange Free State, my government  will introduce a measure authorizing  the conveyance to them of free grants  of land.  "Anieasurs will be submitted amending the school act.  "There will be submitted for your  consideration a bill having for its object the encouragemsnt of the wood  pulp industry in British Columbia.  "I am pleased to know that the dairy  industry continues to develop in so  satisfactory a manner, and that new  creameries are being established. My  minister of agriculture . has obtained  the promise of continued co-operation  on the part of the Dominion in rendering expert assistance in their construction and subsequent operation, and in  giving instruction in the manufacture  of butter and cheese.  "Recognizing the importance of en-  coura^ging^proviilcial'trade in-agricul-t  tural and other natural products, and  in particular of promoting a market  for the produce of farmers in the mining districts, efforts have been made to  secure such a reduction of freight rates  as will materially tend in that direction; and I am pleased to announce that  this will be brought about.  "For the purpose bf promoting settlement, my government is considering the advisability of introducing  legislation having in view the extension of the system of small holdings.  "B measure will be introduced with  the view of aiding in the construction  of a railway from the Boundary Creek  District to the coast; Of a "railway to  the northern- end of Vancouver Island;  and of a railway in Canadian territory  from the coast to the northern boundary of the province.  ���" Provision was made by you at   the  last session   of  the legislature for the  appointment   of   a commission   to inquire, into the working of the Mining  actsj and much .preliminary   information  has been obtained by the department of mines in   anticipation  of   the  commission being issuepjbutit having  been   announced   that   the  Dominion  government   also, intended issuing a  commission with respect to our mineral  resources, a postponement was deemed  desirable, in order to ascertain to what  extent   these   commissions .might  be  able to co-operate to the advatitage of  the province. _      ���  '..' "Amendrirents will be introduced to  perfect, as far as possible, existing  mininfi laws.  "A "delegation, consisting of my  first minister and the honorable the  attorney-general, recently proceeded to  Ottawa to lay before the Dominion  government the claims of British Columbia to increased recognition in the  matter of railway development, and in  other respects, and to arrive at a set^  tlement of certain matters requiring  adjustments between the two governments. The report of the delegation  ���will be laid before you at an early  date.  ..*"*  \  Is The Best Hotel in The City.  Every Modern Convenience  0rai)am^ Parry,  '..': Proprietors.  Cor, Copper and Deadwood Streets* �����* r> <> s ��� Greenwood, B, C  Hnd  Rouse, Sign  Carriage  Painting ��� ��� *  ..The Clarendon Cafe..  THET'lBEST   MEALS   IN   THE   CITY   SERVED.  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DINNER PARTIES.  Papering and Kalsomining  Wall Papers, Paints, Oils,  Varnishes, &c��� &c��� &c,  Plate, Sheet and Ornamental Window "Glass X  Sash and Doors, Room and  Picture .Mouldings. X  Pictures framed to order.  Most comfortable and well furnished rooms, steam heated  and lighted by electric light.    Can be had from  ..$10 Per Month Upwards..  MRS. DOWDING, Clarcudon Hotel and Cafe.  Artist Supplies  THEGEMPESTAURANtI  =C0PPEEt STREET= ..I  OPEN : DAY : AND : NIGHT. I  For the past four years under the same management.    Best accom-       '  modations in the city.     Private Dining Room for L,adies.  W  IB  _ I j UJertter �� Pittock ������ Proprietors  Use Mellor's Pure  Mixed Paints.  J.W.MELLOR  V- & N. 'Phone 76.  Times Bldg.    -     -     Copper St.  1  5_$5    PETER GENELLE, PRES.  J. QENELLE,VIOE'PRtSS.  J.  POUPORE,  SECRETARY.  Telephones :  Columbia No.  General Office, _K  Greenwood, B. C.   Sfg  Boundary Creek No.      Sjsg  Vcrnen & Nelson gjsg  9*  9  9  ***********9*9*****9*9  9  txjujjm^ii^  9  9  9  9  tyfx located as follows-  !_v_iK Greenwood",    Phoenix,    Dcad-  5BS wood City, Eliolt No. i, Ehol.No.  WA 2, Jjonp Lake, Rock Creek, Sky--  S_S lark  Camp,    Nakusp,    Rot-sou,  2_rf Ymir and Rosslaud.  #  We Are Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  Hi id nm lite. I  ***  - Wu  ��_-��\/-��WW*W*V*V'fW^^  4 j '�� ������-| 4  4*$*$  We have just received a fullas-'  sortment of Greenwood Souve-'  nir Spoons ;with the B/Q, Cop>-  per Company's Smelter on the  bowls, The Smelter "blows  in" on the 15th inst. Come  and get a souvenir of the event  before they are all taken,A) X  Shop worn goods  for ,yotir Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern whicli have  just arrived.  DIFFERENT  STYLES.  M-  C, Y&* Sully $ ��������  l^.'M*^**'-*<*t4'--^*4**" i u i..'. M^^fvx^v^u^-itxi^aH^iia^^-U^.. x. ..l ; .1  $prott��Hiaepber$on  Ulatcbmakers.  Copper Street maHace.lttiller Block  t     The Biggest and best %  9 assortment of Fall Suit,- *  | ings ever brought into  | the Boundary. X   X  4 I . ^���-   i.i ��� -���������������v~. .  2t4 44444444444444 444444444 4  9  9  *  *  *  *  *  *  9  9  9  9  THE TAILOR  Copper St.   J  *9*******99*************  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ���  ��  CAR EGGS ^C a:   X  X  {"CAR PEARL OIL X:x'\  | CAR IBLACKSMITH COAL [  1 CAR GENR'L HARDWARE  L���oJ ~��� ��� ..**,.*,**.���* u~~~  cbeRu$$^I=Caw=Cau!field Co*  [���syrs^j^sTnn^SFp^  fX^g-

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