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The Greenwood Weekly Times 1901-05-02

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 *;7 7,3v,-^^-:^  -7 .   ������-"��� ������'-'.%   . ' .-"'���  . ��� -mn  ��� ��� ���  ������ j- . ;���- :������  t _���  '"���_*  !\ V'        >���    ' >''  V".    * ������ '���.  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District,  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD. B. C. THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1901.  N  o.*Z$ >  tf  �����������<.  <**i  i..f  for   inspection.      Our  new spring stock of  SHOBEY'S  Ready Tailored GlotSiing  will amply repay avisit.  We don't ask you to buy. Look around���compare���then when you are satisfied, we would like  your order.  .''-..-.. Thfe more you investigate, the more you appreciate what we have to offer you.  In style our clothes are irreproachable.  The fabrics are durable and. the newest. The  workmanship is perfect and from the outside to the  inside they are made solely for satisfaction.  As we said before, we should be glad to have you  come in and look about.  If you buy we furnish you with one of Shorey's  Guarantee Cards which mean  SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK.  RENBELL & C  INING BUDGET  Weekly Resume of the Boun^-  dary Camps,  MINES  OF SUMMIT  Development Work on the Various  Properties in that Camp���The  Granby Consolidated-  JLH Sperry Company, ��t&  Heavy and ShelMIardwdre, Groceries and  Provisions.  n  THE f AlADIAI. RAM OFf OMMERCE  With Which is Incorporated/tlte  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.      -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager  J. W, H. SMYTHE,  Manager Greenwood Branch.  SUMMIT CAMP.  The first of.the week a Times representative made a trip to Summit camp.  Of the smaller properties that give  promise of becoming large mines, the  Blue Bell is perhaps the most prominent. This claim is'under bond to the  Lake Shore and British Columbia Copper Mining and Development company  for $40,000. John Dorsey, of Denero,  promoted xhe undertaking and is now  actively prosecuting development on  the claim.  The Blue Bell adjoins the Mountain  View on the west, which in turn sidelines with the famous B.^,C. mine.  Late last fall, after a careful examine -  tion of the claim, Mr. Dorsey went  east to Chicago and interested prominent people who formed the development company. Since work started a  double compartment shaft, 6x10 feet,  has been sank tp a depth of 100 feet  with levels openedjjat a depth>of SO ;ind  100 feet respectively. The shaft was  was sunk in ' about the center of the  claitrij'-imniediatety-'Bouth of aprospecV  shaft that disclosed 'the vein. At a  depth of 26 ,feet the ore was first encountered. A sample shipment of 540  pounds or ore, was taken a^this depth  and sent to the Granby smelter for  testing purposes, the following being  the result: Copper and a little gold,  $26.74; silica, 20 per cent; iro�� 16 per  cent; lime 14 per cent; sulphur, 12 per  cent. Mr. Dorsey being well satisfied  with the results the shaft was continued to a depth of 50 feet. At this  level a drift was run north 24 feet and  south 11 feet, all in ore; Samples  taken from these two drifts amounting  to 2,700 pounds were also sent to the  Granby smelter arid gave $14.85 in  gold, silver and copper.  The shaft was then continued another 50 feet and at the 100-foot level  further driftingj-*both-iriort_rand south  on the vein, is now progressing. In  the north drift, in a distance of 44 feet  SUING  Our  spring stock has  just  arrived. "We can fit you out in  RODS, REELS, BASKETS,  PLAIN HOOKS? FLY  HOOKS, LINES, LEAI>  ERS, FLY BOOKS, ETC,  Our assortment is good and our  PRICES CANNOT BE BEATEN.  You will save money ty buying  your f'shine tackle from���  Smiths ItteRae  Books,   Stationery.   "Wallpaper,  ���  Off-seSuw>Ues-,Pl_one.V.& N-34  pay ore was encountered in six feet  from the shaft and has practically  been continuous from that point. The  south drift in 30 feet is all in ore.  The collar of the shaft is about 100  yards from the railway track and it  will be an easy matter to clear out the  right of way and put in a tram to take  the ore down to a platform for loading  directly into the cars. When the mine  has reached a stage that it can be  classed in the permanent shipping list  a spur from the main line will be put  in. Mr. Dorsey expects shortly to install a small compressor plant and  hoist so that development may be  more speedily prosecuted. From its  present showing the Blue Bell has all  the ear marks of a big producer.  THE J. S.  Immediately to the south and adjoining the Blue is the J. ,.S. under  bond to John Dorsey for S27,( 00. It is  owned by J. B. Barrows, James Jer-  rald and'Hank Snibley. This claim is  apparently on the Blue Bell lead. It  has a 60-foot shaft with about 50 feet  of drifting and other prospecting work.  Iti the near future it is expected that  work will be resumed.        ,  MOUNTAIN  VIEW.  Adjoining the B. C. to the west is  the Mountain View. It is owned by a  joint stock company in which J. W.  Stewart, Patrick 'Welch, John Dorsey,  Arthur Rendell and J. A. Scrafford are  largely interested. It was bonded in  the fall of 1899 for $25,000 and since  that date the company has expended  some $6,000 in development. The surface showing is very prominent. The  work to date consists of a shaft down  60 feet and 80 feet, of drifting at this  depth; a 100-footxcrosscut tunnel exposing the ledge for a distance of 30  feet and a second tunnel in. 40 feet'all  in ore. No great depth has been attained in any of the workings.  ORO DENERO.  Speculation in camp is rife regarding  the Oro Denero mine owned by the  King Mining company of Rossland.  For some months no great attempt has  been made to develop the mine. Recently W. A. Corbett, who located the  property in October, 1893, has been doing some surface prospecting with a  small force. The work" has been discontinued and Mr. Corbett has gone to  Rossland to consult with the directors.  The mine is equipped with a steam  plant.; consisting of a 40-horse power  boiler, hoist, pump and air compressor.  From Mr. Corbett it was learned that  an effort will be made to resume work  early in the summer. ' He reports the  minetobedeveloped by^a.shaft down.  185 feet with three tunnels. The upper tunnel, from its portal to the shaft  measures 400 feet. The lower tunnel  is in about 300 feet. Some ore has  been shipped, 57,548 pounds, "having*  been sent to the Trail smelter during  the past year. This ore was extracted  from the surface where the vein was  exposed by the railway grade of the  Phoenix spur.  EMMA.  Across the gulch from the Oro  Denero is the Emma. It is owned by  W. T. Smith of this city, and Messrs.  Man and Mackenzie, the railroad contractors. During the past winter some  work was done, principally on the surface and a tunnel, below the railway  track. The mine has shipped 600-tons  to the Pyritic smelter, all taken from  the surface. Mr. Smith denies the report that work is to be continued early  this month, aud says that no effort  will be made until funds are available  for the proper equipment of the Emma  for development at depth.  KATHDRUM  GROUP.  Work on the Rathdrum group of  three claims, a mile east of Eholt, is  to be started at an early date. The  group is under bond for $21,000 to L.  A. Thurston, of Slocan City, said to  represent English capital. Some prospecting work shows up on the surface  a large ore showing. Under the terms  of the bond, the first payment of 25  per cent is to be made in three months.  During this period at least $5,000 is to  be expended in the development of the  group. The second payment of another 25 per cent is to be made in six  months and the balance within a year  from the date of the bond.  THE R. BEIX.  The east crosscut on the second level  (Conc-nded On Fifth Page.)  ANOTHER FURNACE  B. G Copper Gompany Making  Ready to Enlarge Plant,  PLANS     ARE    PREPARED  For Duplicate   of Present' Furnace.  Local Smelter Treating 'Considerable  Custom   Ore.  Preparations are going steadily forward for the enlargement of the local  smelter. Carpenters are at work on  seven additional ore bins. These bins  will have a ho-di-nn- ^a-nao.fv nf inn-  ton each and are located immediately  under the north end of No. 4 spur.  The completion of the matte elevator,  recently installed, creates a large saving in the. handling of matte. Now  the matte is taken directly from the  furnance floor, after being weighed, to  the elevator and lifted up to a platform  on a level with the floor of the railway  cars and loaded directly.  It is learned that the contract has  not yet been let for the additional furnace. Plans have been prepared and  within a few days machinery houses'  will be figuring on them. The additional furnace will be of the same  size as that now in use, viz.: 43x150  at tuyers level.  Custom ore has been coming in  pretty steadily during the past week,  when receipts aggregated some 500  tons. The shippers are: Morrison, in  Deadwood. camp; B. C, in Summit  camp; Snowshoe, in Phoenix camp,and  the Carmi up the West Fork of the  Kettle river. *    ���  HUGH SWEENEY  Meets   His Death by Drowning in  Boundary Creek.  The turbulent waters of Boundary  creek claimed another victim on Wednesday last when Hugh Sweeney, a  well known character around the hotels  fell from the pontoon bridge above the  railway station and was carried by the  swift current below Anaconda before  taken from the water. The story of  the accident was told at the coroner's  inquest this morning.  ���Dr._.--=R.,__W..,.Jakes, coroner, __and_the_^  following jury heard the evidence:  John A. McMillan (foreman), H. J.  Holman, David Reid, J. R. Wartraan,  M. Maloney and Samuel Bond. The  first witness was Hodge Sullivan who  was with Sweeney at the time of the  accident. They were returning to  Sullivan's shack near the railway station. Sullivan was crossing the pontoon bridge with Sweeney behind him.  -As they were half way over Sweeney  became frightened and grabbed Sullivan. Both fell into the water. Sullivan says the current carried him 60 or  70 yards before he got safely on land.  He couldn't tell how he got separated from Sweeney. He had a hard  job getting out and could not hold  Sweeney. Sweeney was not intoxicated. D. A. McKinnon told about recovering the body.  He saw the crowd along Boundary  creek at the time of the accident. He  was on horseback and rode along the  river to near Anaconda where he saw  the drowned man's hat floating and  further on his body which after considerable difficulty he succeeded in taking from the water. He recognized  the body as that of "old Hughie."  He started back aud notified the Chief  of Police.  Ed. Harvey gave evidence regarding-  taking the body to Gully's undertaking-  parlors. These were all the witnesses  and the jury brought in a verdict of  death by accidental drowning. "Old  Hughie" as he was familarly called  was about 40 years of age. He was  janitor at the Auditorium and at other  hotels in the city. But little is known  regarding his relatives.  J. Parsons Smith   and   Prof. J.   C.  Miller,   gospel    temperance    singing  evangelists will visit Gree nwood next  I week.  y.i ���  'Jl;  ���ii  1:]  M  "IKS  P  ������ Xi.t.  ���3. THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  May 2, I90i  WEST FORK ROAD  Engineer C, AE, Shaw's Report  to Government.  THE WORK, CARRIED OUT  Detailed Figures Regarding the Road.  What Was Accomplished forthe  Money Expended-  The annual report of the chief commissioner of lands and works has been  _-nade public. It includes Engineer  C. M. Shaw's report on the West  Fork road. As considerable interest  "has been taken in this matter it is given  below.  HEPORT   OE    C. ig.   SHAW, ENGINEER IN  CHARGE.  sir:���I have thfrfjionour to report that  on receipt of your instructions, dated  25th of August, to survey the road from  "Westbridge to Beaverton up the West  ITork of Kettle River valley. I organ1  ised a survey party, and on the 10th of  September commenced work at the end  of the waggon road, which was about  21-2 miles north of Westbridge. Towards the end of the month 1 received  a telegram from the Hon. Mr. Wells,  authorising me to go to Greenwood and  arrange a contract with Mr. Thruston  for the construction of the roau for the  ���sum of $8,000. Mr. Thruston declined  to take the contract at that amount,  ���stating that it would cost at least twice  ���as much to build the road.  I found that you would be in Greenwood  on the night of the 25th, so remained,  and on the 26th went to Westbridge and  on to the survey camp, about 14 miles  up the West Fork, with you. The 27th  "was spent in going over the proposed  .road, and you authorised me to change  the survey from the starting point so  ���as to cross the river about half a mile  from the end of the road, and then  -cross back again at a point about four  miles further on and there join the  -first survey, which followed the north  .bank of the river.  About the first week in October a  tlarge number of men came to camp in  ���rc-yaoiise-to an ,adv��rtisement of Mr.  'TFhrus'tori'-s "calling Tor men to work on  the waggon road. As .many of them  "wtreentirely destitute and had in many  cases packed their blankets in long  .distances and were, determined to be  .fed, I thought it advisable to set; them  *to worlc clearing the right of way. I  net them remain at this work until they  'had.earned enough to pay their board  andiexpenses back again, and then  ��� stojpjpedithe work until I could get defi-  .nite iastruGtions from you.  On the il-Wh October, when at station  -491, or about   1\%   miles   from   West-  bridge, on the survey, I received instructions from you to commence;construc-  ^ttonTof "thFroadrsd* I^lef t "the^survey  .party cutting the   right   of   way   and  went   to   Greenwood to   arrange   for  ���tents, supplies, tools, etc.,   setting   all  *.the men to work who were waiting   at  'Westbridge���for whom tools could   be  -procured���to work, one party commencing at the end of the road and another  commencing at station 238, and   about  the 1st  of  November  I   put  another  party   on,   who   worked   north   from  station 383.  On November 19th I received a telegram from you, instructing me to close  down the work. This was immediately  done, and as soon as the tools, supplies  and tents could be gathered together  the men were paid. 6jS. 71 found it  necessary to remove everything to  Midway, as there was no place on the  1 West Fork in which the government  property could be stored without the  certainty of its being stolen. As it  was, and in spite of all precautions, a  quantity of tools, supplies, etc., were  stolen. .  .. ���     .  The following is an  outline  of  the  ���work done on the road:��� <    .  -From station O to station 13 is  side-,  hill cutting; from this point to   station  47   X   20   is   river   flat,   cleared  an*1,  grubbed but not graded.   At station 32  X 38 the line'crosses   the   West- .Fork  River, where a   bridge   120   feet   long  will be required, elevated 7 feet   above  the banks   to avoid   high   water.   At  station 47 X 10 a bridge about SO   feet  long   will   be   required    over   Coukle  Creek, a small stream  but   subject  to  floods.    From this point to station 131  the road is on benches and river   flats,  with occasional short side-hill   cutting  iu passing from one bench to another,  and with the exception of a.few chains  of light work is completed.    At station  131 X 30 some rock is   met   with,   and  from this point to 137 X 30 is   side-hill  cutting in rock and clay aud a piece of  crib work 350 feet longbj* 12 feet wide,  6 feet high. From 137 X 80 to 141 X 80  is a high rocky bluff, in rplaces overhanging the river; 'the cutting through  this is partly completed, but thfere is  still a considerable-amount of rock-' to  be excavated. From station 141 X 80,  to about 152, the road, which is side-  hill cutting with 150 feet of cribbing 14  feet wide and A% feet, high, is completed. From station 152 to 237 X 52  the road follows the bench lands; the  clearing and grubbing are completed  but only a small amount of grading has  been done in places; however the work  is all right andean be completed in  less tham a week with plough and  scraper. At station 237 X 32 the road  crosses to the north side of the West  Fork, which here requires a bridge 110  feet long; the bridge should be six feet  above the level of the bank. At station  263 X 70 the line joins the first survey  at station 251 X 73, the hne* on the  south side of the river being 1,179 feet  longer than that on the north.  From station 238 X 55 to station"~352  the grading of the road, which for  nearly the whole distance is side-hill  work, with considerable rock in places,  is completed. At station 320 X 55, an  almost perpendicular rock bluff had to  be cut through for a distance of 100  feet, the cut being 35 feet deep on the  inner side. At station 331 X 06 is a  piece of cribwork around the head of. a  gulch 210 feet long, 20 feet wide and  averaging 8 feet high; and at the north  end of the cribwork is considerable  rock cutting. From station 352 to 383  very little work in the way of grading  has been done; there will be a little  rock work in this distance, mostly  shallow cuts; and at station 366 X 67 a  bridge 110 feet long and 37 feet high,  over Hay Creek, will be required; the  squared -timber for this- bridge is: all  made and hauled, the foundation* for  the pier built and rock excavated, for  placing the abutments.. L understand  the Carmi Company have since completed this bridge.  From station 283- to station 454 the  work, which for practically the: whole  distance is heavy side-hill, cutting*, is''  completed: and the timber prepared for  two bridges* each 30 feet loagj.onerower  Bull Creek-at station.431 Xi 9.7,.and the  other over a dry water-course. TIhe  survey of theroad was-also carried on  to station 738.. crossing, the.-_d.ver again  to-the south, side-at station; 566* X 47,  where a bridge 90 feet long- will Be  required.-  The balanse of. the worik<feom.theend  of the present grade toBeawertori: wilL  be light���mostly, bench lands-and. lang  stretches of river flats,, w-itli: very, labile  rock or cribwork,.  The supplies on hand at: the times bhe  work was stopped,, to the:: amount of  something over $500,. weraaold to the  Carmi Company, who also secuc��di a  loan of some of the tents,, tools), etc.,  to be used in completing, at sleigh- coad  to the Caiani Minej. in, securita.-". for  which the manager placsdi a cesrtified.  cheque forr$900��� subject- to. my order;, in  the Bank, of Montreal, here.. <Dn his  returns hofitly the'niatte-.wiiLbe;-inally  due  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  Cigarsand Tobaccos;  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street,. Two Doors  Below  rendei.b, cor-ner.  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IIuiIlLl  THE TAILOR  Coppei St. Greenaajod.  9<  9  9  9  9  9-.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9*******99*************9  ���FOR���  settled aad the   amount  due.- Sor   thc  supples wi-lbe.-paidin_to.M-;-..McMyn-_i-  I have handed a list of. tools,, camp  outfit, etc., stored at Midway, also a  list of those loaned ts>. the Carmi C<Ma-  pany,. and of the supplies, pujrehased fey  them,, to Mr. Kirkiip,. who. will forward  them to you.  By careful locat-oa I ha.*�� succeeded  in keeping the grades of the road  down, though the portion built covers  practically all the heavy work. The  grades going north will not in any  place exceed 7 per cent; and coming  south, in what is expected to be the  direction of the heaviest traffic, they  will not exceed Aj/z per cent. "���  I have the honour to be,  Sir,  Your most obediedt servant,  C. __E. Shaw.  PAINTING  PAPERING  DC PAD  Wanted���Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing. Salary $780 a j'ear and expenses,  all payable in cash. No canvassing  required. Give references and enclose  self-addressed stamped envelope:  Address manager, 355 Caxton ^ldg.,.  dG.hica.gc.;,,..  ?   .... ,.    ; ..... ,.-     .;  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DANDY Minerl Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Osoyoos District.  Where located: In Greenwood camp, south  of the Tamarack Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's C ertilicate No. I*_120  and H. L. Morpran, Free Miner's Certilicate No.  ii2%14, intend, sixty days from tho date herei *  to ap.ily to tne niinincf recorder for a certi'  cate of improvements for the purpose of obtai: ,  insr a crown arrant of the above claim.  And   further talce   notice that action, und  .  section 37,  must te commenced before the i  ;  suance of such certifictte of improvements.  Dated this loth dav of March, A. D., 1901.  iEST MATOIAI^  EST   WORE  ENTIRE SATISFACTION  WALL PAKERS...  . Just received a new stock  . of; tha .choicest selected  ' patterns.-/    :        _;   -:; .  ,:_  SA^^Dib  '      !JB est'.'quality   Cedar;at  .,',..;; priaes'n^ver7before offered  .,. in Greenwood. ;*��� ���:_..-��� ,���:  PLATE, :SHEEXV"AND  ��� ^FANjCY/GtAS^ .,  x*r  Olis,      LEAD,.     VARNISHES,    DRV  PAINTS,    KTC.,   ETC.,    ETC.,   ETC. '���  j. ROOM, AND ..PICTURE  MOULDINGS.  PICTURES FRAMED.  ARTIST MATERIALS.  USE MELLORS- PURE  READY MIXED PAINTS.  $2 PER GALLON.  ^h*(k*(k*ch*iMi  ww'W'W*mm>. 4)�� -ri^M^^>  ��  ���   a  '.��  -��  0  a* ���'  ��� ��� ���  ___.  -��  ���>��  -4  The lots are all level,  25 feet by 100 feet. .  The streets are 80 feet  wide and no cuts { alleys  to all blocks, 16 feet wide.  The town is surrounded  by excellent mining prog-*  erties, The roads from  the mines convergec at  Rendell.  ��  ���m  ��  ���m  -��_*��  ��  -m  The West Fork Railway  will pass through the  townsite.     This   road   is  You have waited patient/  ly but your reward is.at  hand.  Rendell, at the junction  of Beaver Creek and the  West Fork of the Kettle  Rivetf. is now on the mar/  ket.  The title is perfect^the  owners having received  their; crown grant  likely tq> be  constructed  this coming summer,  Near the: town are the  following  w e 11  reputed  claims,   Rob  Roy, Sallie,  Bell, Washington, &rda$ioj.  Bounty, Tiger, King.:Sob/  mon, Rambler, Wellington,  Springfield,. Duncan, Etc.  Etc., to which roads>will  be built this;summer/ The-  rchness of.the mineral belt  and its proximity: to  the.  town guarantee Rendett's:  future,  Robert Woodf,the: father  of Greenwood, who is part:  owner in .the. townsite:and;  heavily interested imthe  adjoining:. mineral _ claims;!  prophesies, v Rendell t'key  coming^ town. and*, metrtf  polish of, the. West. Fork  section*.  ;   WatchilcM* special, newsy  about Rendell,.  ���m.  -m  a)  -m  .PRICK 0FI*��m  Corner lots, it0Q)lp $175  I-isde lotsi, $15; $125.  TBJMS���1-3 casft, 1-3 4 mon-As 13 9 months;  Prices wi_t:'be advanae-. May 6th.  Gaunce; 6t Wickwire,  j^^ownsite ageats for the owners* Greenwood and Rendell.  -.- '. H." iB.-j-Cotttracts- have bee.ni let' for a new hotel, general;  3t<.are- assay 'officetand other buildii_g.s,. Fishers new saw mill at  Reudell is rnnniag-full, blast.    ' y  THE, BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  PORTMAN BROS. &OX)}  y ,, PropHcto*  ASK FOR     t  * i  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Trj  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotc  Copper Street.  Greenwood ���'^^^w'S^jSBSSitSSSJSS  ^K**PSi  ~*"i  y-i  11  May 2, 1901.  THB GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  BREVITIES  LOCAL AND GENERAL;  -,A��/A��,/A��/>'WA*/'"-'W"w>'"W"&  Fresh strawberries received twice a  week at Semerad's, Copper street.  G. A. Rendell, mayor of Eholt, spent  , Sunday in town.  Fresh fruit of all kinds at Semerad's,  Copper, street.  R.   ]_}.  L.yon,  of Ottawa,  is in the  I city.  Fresh candy at  Semerad's,: Copper  Istreet.  H.   S. Wallace, of Rossland, was at  | the Hotel Armstrong yesterday.  Violins, mandolins and.guitars from  S.00 up at the Greenwood Music Store.  M. J. Phelan, merchant of Beaverton  jwas in town Friday,    v  TheK. F..& A. Co., sells wood   coal  ind ice.. V. & N. Tel. 123. tf  I  A.'Spriggs,   a   wholesale   manufacturer of Winnipeg, was here Saturday.  For  a   quick  lunch go to the Gem  I'estaurant, Copper street.  H, Bunting's tender for the erection  |f St. Jude,s church has been accepted.  AH kinds of Taxidermist work  done  ly T. B. Winnett, Silver street.    '.   tf  I.'C' _?. Ereeman-Lakc of the C. P. R..  itaff, Nelson, visited town on Saturday-  For Rent���Unfurnished rooms, very  leap.   See Smith & McRae-  iMr. and Mrs. Andrew Laidlaw   have  kken up their residence on Kimberley  penue.  [Switches, hair rolls, side combs, and  Jncy hairpins at G. F.Williams.  W. McBride, manager of the  .Ister Townsite Company was in the  Ity Monday.  IHeadquarters for  dressmaking   and  |tllinery at G.F.. Williams.  lenry Main, post-master and drugr  st; at Ca.mp McKinney has been  inding a few days'in the city.  )r. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Jmmerce.   Both 'phones.  W. Stack, H. J. McQuaid. and   C.  Jinter, all   merchants   of   the   "Pay  Town" spent Sunday in the   city.  *"hite blouses, all sizes and prices at  I.F. Williams. y   y .'���'.- '���..'.. .-'<  I'Coolgardie", Smith   spent   several  irs last week over in the Myers Creek  p examining properties on- Copper  l.untain.  >oultry and good steaks always on  at the Gem restauranl.  [.A. Small of  Vancouver,   on   the  ^d for Kelly, Douglas &Co., was here  first of,the week looking up busi-  is;.' "-.-������ .    ���  <\>r lessons on violin,' piano, mando-  fetc,, see Prof. Kauffman, Green-?  jod Music Store.  |V. F.  McMillan,  of  the  Rossland  tgineering Works, was registered  at  I: Armstrong this week,  nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  "s=extraction of-teeth-atDr.-Mathi-  Mrs. C. H. Fair and son have arrived  m Collihgwood Ont., to join husband  father, who is manager for .the  [illace Miller, Company here,  llustrated, postal cards, , views of  |th smelters.-   Dp 'not' miss ��� seeing  m.   Smith & McRae.  I'vliss Smith, a capitalist   of  Nelson,  s here the first of the week looking*  r the ground with a view to invest-  nt.  OR Rent���Corner store with three  ms, papered, rent about S20.     Ap-  The Times office. tf  Dn May 10th, the Phoenix Miners'  ion No. 8, W. F. of M., propose hold-  a benefit ball at their hall.  easoned   fir   or   tamarack    wood,  one V. &  N.   123.   Prompt   deliv-  tf  IH. Allenberg, Robert Denzler and J.  r'-Johnstone,  all of Spokane, regis-  .ed at the Imperial Hotel on Tues-  jy-  iDpnt forget to go to the South End  Jrocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,  |)od mocha and Java coffee, good tea  Ind fresh groceries.  Father Bedard, of this citv, will hold  III.  ^rvtces at Phoenix the coming Sun-  lay. He anticipates building a church  |t the Pay Roll city in the near fulure.  TheK. F. & A. Co., sells Crow's  "Test coal; seasoned hard-wood, any  -ngths, Loon L,ake ice; daily delivery.  I'ffice opp. Windsor   Hotel.   V.   &   N.  Tel. 123. . tf  "Wm. Yolen Williams superintendent  the Miner-Graves Syndicates proper-  in Phoenix camp, has returned   to  ie mines from a visit to Spokane and  t-ossland.  /  Mrs. M. E. Miller has returned from  a visit to Walla Walla.  Samuel Vila, traveler for James  Turner & Co., wholesale lequors, Hamilton, Ont. has been visiting the trade.  .-.    ** ���      v ':    *������.. .���      .  'H. S. -Stoolfire, attorney-at-law,  Spokane, cpuus-sl for for the Inter-State  Mining & Milling Company, operating  the Crystal Butte mine near Chesaw  was here Saturday.     .  E.R.'Purdy, manager of Bradstreet's  for Southern. British Columbia, with  headquarters at Nelson, was here last  week on his regular semi-annual visit  to the Boundary.  Mrs Kleiser, a member of a Toronto  firm, manufacturing watch supplies,  and the only lady member of the Dominion Travelers Assn. was here the  end ef last week.  L. G. Henderson of Vancouver, of  Henderson's Bi itish Columbia Gazette  & Directory, has been in the city for  some days compiling data for the forthcoming issue of this directory.  Geo. Shipley, an old time resident of  the Boundary died at Phoenix last  week. The interment took, place at  the Greenwood cemetery. Deceased  was about 35 years of age and a native  of Ailsa Craig Ont., where his father  resides.  Last Thursday evening fire started  in the Reco Laundry. Before extinguished by the department, the inside  of the building was badly burned.  Mrs. Griffin, the proprietress, in  addition to household effects lost a  purse containing $40.  J. C. Haas, M. E. formerly of this  city and now with headquarters at  Spokane will remain in camp for some  time. He is endeavoring co arouse the  interests of the directors of the Golconda Mines with a view to a resumption of development. He denied, the  report that he is after the Ruby claim  near Boundary Falls,  J. M. Fitzpatrick secretary of the  Union' Irom Works and George C.  Bradley of the Bradley Engineering.  Works Companv, both of Spokane, and  Charles M. McMichael secretary of the  Cariboo-McKinney, Mining and Milling  Company, with head office at Toronto,  were.in the city thc end of   last -week.  Rev. W. H. Anderson, pastor of the  Presbyterian church, here, left this  week for Vancouver to attend 'the  annual synod. Rev; J. M. Miller of  Phoenix, accompanied him. During  Mr. Anderson's absence Dr. Hunter  will attend his duties and Rev. Mr. Rae  of Columbia, will officiate at   Phoenix.  . Work on the- solid masonry walls of  the frost-proof. basement for.' the Hun-  ter-Kendrick warehouse, in the freight  yards, is about completed and the  superstructure should be well advanced  before the close of the week. The  warehouse is' to be two storys, 30x60  feet in size.  A new tennis club has been organised  with J. L. White as president, J. R.  Brown vice-president, W. M. Frith  secretary-treasurer,'E. B. Dill, B. F.  Petch.andF. J. Mitchell committee.  Gf6uhds~hayey."beeni^-_ecured^-betweeni  Government street and Kimberley ave.  opposite W. F. Smith's residence.  PRICE UST.  Beans per can   -.$0*15  Peas :       1 g  Corn.:.       15  Tomatoes       15  Potatoes per cwt    1.75  Raisins per package  .....     15  Raisins per lb       10  Currants loose,      15  Currants. Package ���....       20  Salmon, per can        15  Salmon, 2 lbs _       25  Mackerel, per can fresh       15  Herring, per can, fresh 15  Herring, tomato sauce....'.       20  Preserved bloaters       20  Flour, Hungarian   1.50  Flour. Gold Drop  1,35  Potatoes, per cwt  1.75  Oil, per case _    3.65  BANNERMAN BROS.  D. W. Polbrook has-taken1 over the  B. C. Hotel from Hagan & Flanagan.  Mr. Holbrook is an experienced hotel  man, who is well and popularly known  in the city and district.  James F. Cunningham one of the  pioneer prospectors of Boundary  returneJ to Greenwood'* on Friday  accompanied by his bride. He was  married on the 17th ult at Tamaqua,  Pa., to Miss Mary Haggerty of that  place, Rev. Father Brady .officiating.  The Times joins Mr. Cunningham's  many Boundary-friends in extending  congratulations.'  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  ���   *.- t  Certificate of Imcrovement.  .   y, NOTICE.  EMERALD Mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yple District. "Where located: In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. John-  son, 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.  ' SIDNEY M; JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT, 1896. -  Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral  claim, -"situate   in   the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.   "Where located :    InCoppercamp.  TAKE   NOTICE   that  I,  C. JE. Shaw as  agent for James  R.   McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. Bl.56 and William H.  McMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B13593  iutend; sixty days from date liereof, 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  Section 37 must be commenced before the'is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 / ��� C. _E. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  IDAHO Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River  Mining Division of Yale district.  -.. Where located :   In Loug Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE. Shaw acting  as agent for J. Lucy, Free Miner's certificate 8033b and the P. A Largey estate  Free Miner's certificate 29629b, iutend sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements forthe purpose of-obtaining' a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And .'further, itake notice tliat faction, under  section 37, .must be  commenced  before    the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of April, A. D. 1900.  41-50 C. JE. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '.'DUDLEY" mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River Mining division of Yale district.  Where located:   in Providence camp,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  free miner's certificate No. E8003, for myself, and as. agent 'for James Moran, free  miners's certificate No. B29781, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for Uie 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 loth day of April, 190t.  I. H. HALLETT.  * 9  9 *'  i Important I  9 .   ���  . ���                 _  9 ,.������-��  * .                          ��  * You will save money by buy-  *  �� ing your groceries from us.   *  * We have cut down prices to  5  * bed-rock and are prepared to  *  meet   all  competition,  goods are strictly the best.  We have secured thc services  ��  of a first-class  union baker  J  Our *  9  9  9  and we���  I Guarantee...  *  9  9  9  *  *  9  *  the best bread, pics, cakes,  tt  etc., etc.    :     ::::::��  -0 tt  ��  ��� tt  tt  tt  tt  ��  *  ��  9  tt  tt  tt  Goods Delivered to  all Parts of City  M.E.FRAZEE1  9  9  9  tt  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  99***********************9  GROCERY AND  BAKERY.   :    :  Corner Greenwood and Dead-  wood Streets.  On the West Fork of Kettle River  y$p  -wit  ������7��i  m  .'-'.'i-ifs*.''-  Surveys are now being made and lots  will shortly be on the market. Carmi  City adjoins the group of claims on.  which the Carmi mine is the center*.  I SIP  III III.  Carmi is the mining center of the upper West  Fork Country. The townsite adjoins the Carmi  Mine, which shipped 2,000 tons of ore to the  smelter during the past winter, and upon which development is being pushed in order to be ready for  continuous shipments when railroad is completed,  to Carmi.  For terms write  x <x  x  x x  JAS KERR, JAS C. DALE  Greenwood, B.C.  Carmi. B.C, \i-  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  May. 2, 1901  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.  of business is more or less of a speculative nature,-a city' cannot expect to get  everything its own way. Both sides  must take some chances.  The object of the by-law was to  secure tramway connection between  Greenwood and Phoenix and also to  secure another smelter for Greenwood.  That surely was not sufficiently unimportant to justify the council in' quarrelling over the details.  lUeekly ���ime$*  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross.....'. _ Editor.  Dillon, free miner's certificate Ko. A1.597, and  Louis I. Ostroski free miner's certificate  No. 18596 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 Graut of fhe  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is-  suauce of such Certificate of Improvements.  ���  Dated this 18th day of April, 1901.  A.'M. WHITESIDE.  WEST FORK ROAD.  <UN10N(J^)LABEL>  THURSDAY. MAY 2 1901.  THB ESTIMATES.  In the estimates submitted to .the  legislature, Rossland riding gets $32,-  300 for public works and East Yale $35,-  050. . In the Rossland riding there are  special appropriations of $1,000 for road  from Greenwood to Copper camp; $1,-  300 for completion of bridge across the  North Fork; $6,750 for wagon road to  Franklin camp; $2,500 for wagon road  from Eholt to L.ong Lake; $1,500 for  road from Cascade to Edward's Ferry,  and $500 additional for road from Phoenix to Summit. In East Yale there is  S2,000jfor a new road, Camp McKinney  to Rock creek; $3,000 for extension  west side Okanagan lake, and $2,000  for road from Keremeos to Fish lake.  The estimates for other branches bf  the public service are about the same  as last year, excepting for education  where the new act will apply after  January 1st, 1902. In the estimate  here, the unsatisfactory attendance at  the Greenwood public school tells  seriously against the city. Al.hough  there are a large number of children  of school age in the city, non-attendance has pulled down the average  to such an extent that the city stands  at almost the foot of the list of those  There is nothing in the estimates for  the completion of the West Fork road.  Word comes from Victoria that Hon.  Mr. Wells, chief commissioner of lands  and works, is dissatisfied with the way  last year's appropriation was expended  and that he did not feel justified in  asking for an appropriation this year.  Iu his position he was backed up by  Price Ellison, M. P. P., who has evidently" lost interest in this important  section of his constituency.  The responsibility for the extravagant expenditure of public money in  the West Fork road rests with the government. The necessity for a wagon  road there is greater than it ever was  and the government cannot escape responsibility by refusing to include the  necessary money in the estimates.  The many men who are interested in  the West Fork and who will meet endless difficulties in getting there unless  the road and bridges are completed  should bring every pressure to bear  upon the government in order to get  an adequate sum in the supplementary  estimates.  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.  SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  BRINK  THE BANK OF  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement*  NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : Iu Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE. Shaw as  agent for James R. Mcaiackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B1356 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 ���*����� v>se of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the abi \e ;laim.  And further take no.i... that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 * C. M. SHAW.  THE BEST MINERAL  WATER ON THE  MARKET  ._��V  _3f  Established in 1836.   '  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital..... ....$4,866,666  Reserve Fund     51,581,666  London. Office:  3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  CURTIS' ELECITION.  receiving per capita grants from the  government. For the six months beginning 1902 the approximate grant  based on average attendance for Greenwood is ��650, Phoenix is $800, and  Grand Forks $1,250. It is safe to say  that the number of school children in  Greenwood is greater than in either  of the other cities, but some of the  children are educated in private schools  and many not at all.  The supplementary estimates for  1901 contain $6,400 for the increased  expenditure on the Kettle river road  over the appropriation of $8,000 voted  last year.  During the last general election, all  Liberals who refused to follow Joseph  Martin were execrated by his partizan  supporters. In the Rossland riding  Martin had for a candidate one of the  strongest and brainiest men in the  province in the person of Smith Curtis  His many virtues were exhibited as an  inducement to the recalciteant Liberals  to swallow Joseph Martin in order to  secure Smith Curtis. Some were convinced while the great majority of  Liberals refused to be turned from  their determination to defeat Martin in  the interest of the province. Time has  demonstrated lhat they, were right.  Even Mr. Curtis whose chief weakness  was his belief that Martin could do no  wrong, has at last seen his error and  the Martin fold knows him no more.  To those who had some knowledge of  Martin's political vagaries, Mr. Curtis' course occasions no surprise. If  he continues in the course which he  hasmappedout-forhimselft-he will become a popular idol in the mining districts of the province.  HALLETT & SHAW.  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public  Cahle Address :   " halletx."  Codes  I. H.  HALLETT.  Neill's  Neal's  Greenwood,  ex. c.  B. C. SHAW.  .nilHii liu  Court of Directors. :o  J. H. Brodic, John James Carter. Gaspard-  '.  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farretv  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. Kings- -  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wall's.  Pead office in Canada: St. James Rt., Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  ''t#-  Branches in Canada:  London,   Brantford,    Hamilton,   Toronto^..  Kingston,Ottawa, Moutreal. Qnebec. St. John,..  N. B.. Fredericton, N. B.. Halifax, Wimupeg^  Brandon,     Victoria,    Vancouver,    Rossland,....  Kaslo, Ashcroft. Green wood. Atlin   Dawson  Klondike, and Sidney, C. B.  ��� .-GENTS IN THE UNITED STATES:  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and-Old-  National Bank.    New York���(52 Wall streets ���  W. Lawson and  J.  C.  Welsh,  agents.    Sam  Francisco���(124   Sansome   street!  H.  J.  Mc- -  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agenis.  London Bankers :  The Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn & Co-  Foreign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool.   A stralia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Uniout..-.  Band  of  Australia,  Bank  of  New Zealand-.  India, China and Japan���Chartared Mercantile..-  Bank of India, London and China. Agra Bank-  West Indies���Colonial Bauk.  Paris-Marcuard- .  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.  J. ANDERSON, Manager,  Greenwood   B. C  Agents for Greenwood  THE TRAMWAY AGREEMENT.  It is unfortunate, in the interest of  the city, that a scheme of such importance to Greenwood should be defeated  because the promoters and the council  could not agree on one or two details.  The bones of contention were, the  right of the company to use steam as  motive power on the streets of Greenwood and the right of the city engineer  to say when S5.000 had been expended  by the company, two items which w<*re  not of sufficient importance to kill the  project. We think that it would have  been wise to allow the by-law to go to  the ratepayers. Even if the agreement  were considered objectionable in one or  two details, the project which it suggested, if carried into effect, would  mean the rapid upbuilding of the city.  In a mining country where every line  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  PRINGLE A WHITESIDE.  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  MO LEOD t& 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, C.E'  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood, B. C.  also J, A. Unsworth's Store, Midway, B. C.  F. W. GROVES.  Civil and Miming Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor.  _-___^i-_���_ _^_____ greenwood";- -3^{j~-=--���-������-=-���  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWAREI  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  Tenders will be received up to the  10th inst. by the undersigned for the  erection of a stone and brick block on  Copper street, Greenwood B. C. Plans  and specifications can be seen at the  the store. The lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  J. W. Mellor.  Greenwood, B. C, May 2, 1901.  MORTGAGE   SALE.  Notice is hereby given that there will be sold  by public auction on Saturday, the 8th day of  June A. D. 1901, at 12 o'clock noon, at the post  ofliee in the town oi Greenwood B. C, all and  singular thc lands following, that is to say:  In the city of Greenwood, in the province of  British Columbia, and being composed of an undivided one-half imerest in and to lots 15 and  16 in Block D, subdivision of lot 001, proup one,  Osoyoos Division, Yale District, British Columbia, an undivided otic-half interest in lots  7 and 8, iu block 2 of subdivision F of said lot  601. An undivided oue-quarter interest in and  to lots 3 and 11 in said Block 2 in said subdivision F, under and by virtue of a certain  mortgage dated the 21st day of September,  1899, which mortg-ag-e and title deeds will be  produced for inspection by the purchaser on  day of sale. The terms and conditions of sale  will be made known by the auctioneer at the  time of sale.  Dated this 1st day of May, A. D. 1901.  ���A. S. BLACK.  Solicitor for Mortgagee.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  ALTA   Mineral Claim,   situate in the Kettle  River  Mining- Division   of Yale   Disrict.  Where located:   In Providence  camp  ad-  joiningthe Rob Roy  mineral claim.  AKE   NOTIE   that   I,   Arthur  Murdoch  Whiteside, as ajrent for C.  N. Mardon,  free miner's certificate No. B 21435, Denny Moy-  lan. free miner's certificate Xo. B2956S4, P. W.  T,  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   andJ Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,   :     :     :     :   B.  C.  BAUER & ASHCROFT.  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering.  Mineral Claims- Surveyed and Crown Granted  Land and Engineering Surveys  W. A. BAUER, C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT C.E iP.LS  VANCOUVER QREENWOOO  Wood   Block,  next door   tos Custom   office.  GREENWOOD. B. C.  Boundary Valley   Lodge  No. 38. I.O.O.F.  AA EETS every Tuesday  /   I   Evening-   at  8.00  in  their lodge room at Masonic hall.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning brethren. G. B. Taylor,. N G  Fred B. Holm es, Rec. Sec,  iiiiiiim ��������� imhi m. *.****. .*���******.  |   MRS.LARKIN   j  I Has iaken charge of the j  I rooms in the I  I Jfudiforiutn  J Where she will be prepared to J  ��� look after all her old custom- |  I ers and as many new ones as J  |    she can entertain.   The rooms   I  Iare well furnished and comfortable; rates reasonable. If  you need���  j ROOMS  I Call   dnd   see   her-  be-  i fore   taking elsswhere.  SWAIHE HOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms.  Private Board. Home Cooking. Board and room from  $7"aweek andupwafdsr*" ^-^  9 . . ;   IR. P. Rithet & Co. j  LIMITED.  1 WHOLESALE   GROCERS {  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  t. __.  ,,_., m -m, **,  Ittc���i_t_re  IDcDonnell $ go,  Mines <-7  u  and eal Estate  X   X  ���*ms.  CHOICE CIGARS  AND  TOBACGOS X XXx  FINE-  Greenwood and Myers Creek,  m>%.  *%<  News Papers, Periodicals,  Circulating Library, Fancy  Goods, Candies, Etc, Etc.  *9\r> **M/* **%%/*  *%*        *%?        *%*  JCQERER^SIREEI  %-  CANADIAN  --2_______-__-_--lk-M-fl-l  RAILWAY.  Direct Route, Unequalled  Service    to   all    points-  EAST AND  WEST.  STEAMSHIP SERVICE FROM  JCHINA,       | CAPE NOME]  JAPAN ALASKA  jVACOUVERf       POINTS,  THROUGH TICKETS TO AND FKOM  ENGLAND ANDTHECONIINENT  For time tables, rates and full information apply to nearest local agent.  E. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.-  J. S. GARTER,  D. P. A., Nelson, B.C.  E. J. C0YLE,  A.G.P.A., Vancourer May   2, 1901.  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  U  ���h  v  BREEK'S MOVEMENTS  Well-Known Smelter Man is  in the East  DISCUSSING SMELTER SITE  Stated that Company are Waiting for  Further Railway Developments  Before Taking Action.  It appears pretty certain that James  Breen of the Dominion Copper Company has not so far selected a site for  his proposed smelter. For some weeks  Breen has been visiting Montreal,  Toronto and New York. At Toronto,  he met the directors os the Dominion  Copper Company and evidentally discussed fully the plans tor the proposed  smelter which have been in his hands  for some time. Going to Montreal he  interviewed the managers of the  Canadian Pacific railway regarding  transportation rates. Some time last  week he was called to New York and is  expected in Spokane daily.  On Monday a gentleman in this city  received a letter from a Toronto friend  who stands in close touch with the  heads of the Dominion Copper Company: An extract from this communication has the following to say regarding the proposed smelter: "Mr. Breen  has been here for some days but has  left fo^ New York. Plans have been  drawn for the company's proposed  smelter, but the site has not yet been  selected. The company will wait until  the railroad situation develops further.  It is given out here that both Great  Northern and V. V. & E. will build  into the Boundary this year. The  Dominion Copper Company will wait  until one or the other road is built and  a spur reaches the company's mines at  Phoenix camp*"  Meanwhile reports are freely current  that the smelter will be located at  Grand Forks, Cascade, Midway etc.  MINING   BUDGET  Continued From, First Page,  of the R. Bell in Summit camp is in a  distance of 70 feet and is progressing  at the rate of 28 feet a week. Manager J. Hanly expects that within 100  feet thc ledge will be encountered.  The mine is developed by two shafts.  The No. 1 was sunk a depth of 42 feet  with a crosscut at the bottom of 59 feet  to the.ore body. A second shaft 200  feet to the south of the No. 1 and further down the hill was put down to a  depth of 215 feet. At a depth of 80 feet  the first level was opened. A crosscut  of 54 feet tapped the vein. Some 300  feet of drifting with a raise to connect  with th�� old workings was accomplished at this depth. From the apex  of  the  ore  outcrop, to where the ore  "was struck"on~itFdip"otrthisrlevelyit  has a depth of 165 feet. The ore  measures from four to six feet in  width. It is principally pyrites of copper with from 19 to.30 ounces of silver  and $2 to $3 in, gold. It is perhaps the  richest ore in Summit camp. From  the No. 1' level the shaft was carried  down vertically another 135 feet making a total depth of 215 feet. Here a  second level was opened and a crosscut  is now being driven to the vein. When  this work is accomplished the vein will  be tapped at a depth of slightly over  300 feet on its dip. The R. Bell is  equipped with a 30-horse power boiler,  a small hoist and steam drills. Twelve  men are at present employed. Jack  Hanly owns one-fifth in the claim, the  other four-fifths being the property of  the Miner-Graves syndicate.  DEADWOOD CAMP.  MORRISON.  F. H. Oliver, manager of the Morrison Mines, limited, came in on Saturday's train and will stay here for  several days. It is learned that the  winze, 4x8, sunk from the tunnel level,  on the No. 3 vein, is now nearing a  depth of 100 feet. For the first 60 feet  the workings were in ore, at this depth  the ore passed out. but the winze was  continued straight down. At the 100-  foot level a station will be made and a  crosscut run to the vein. It is also  probable that the winze will be continued on down another 100 feet. Regarding the recent assessment of two  cents per share, Manager Oliver said  that it would realize about $20,000.  There had been little objection to such  a heavy assessment, in fact the largest  shareholders had insisted upon it.  After  paying off about $4,500 which  was due at the end of April there will  be sufficient left to continue development for some time, and if found advisable, to build a spur to the mine and  erect orebins, etc. The winze now being sunk is in a distance of 550 feet  from the portal of the tunnel. It is being sunk on the last ledge cut, the No.  3, which is fully 50 feet in width and  has been drifted on for about 100 feet.  The Morrison is sending down some  ore to the Greenwood smelter.  PHOENIX CAMP.  DOMINION   COPPER COMPANY.'  Machinery is now arriving and is  being rapidly set up on the Brooklyn.  The two 80-horse power boilers are  being bricked in a short distance west  of the old shaft house, On the same  claim, at the 250-foot level the diamond  drill has started operations. The work  of extending the south drift on the  same level: to connect with the Idaho  workings is progressing satisfactorily,  some 600odd feet having been run.  Simultaneously the deeping of the  shaft is being pushed and it is down  over 330 feet. Sinkiug is also being  done on the Idaho and a tunnel is being  was in the city last week on his way  home, reports that he acquired some  valuable claims in the West Fork dis-  trict,on which development has started.  The properties are the Blue Bird, Snow-  shoe, El Noro and Blizzard, all adjoin,  ing. Mr. Early is also a half owner in  the Gem fraction, adjoining the Carmi  mine.  ORDERING MACHINERY.  On Monday R. P. Williams, district  manager of the Canadian Band Drill  Company and the Jenckes Machine  Company sent requisitions to the head  offices of the two concerns for three  carloads of machinery, being the first  installment of stock to be carried at  the warehouse to be opened here. Mr,  Williams will visit Rossland this week  and will ship over from that point a  carload of machinery from the stock  carried there. He has secured for  warehouse purposes part of P. Burns  & Go's building, situate in the freight  yards. A lease has also been obtained  on the lot north of these premises  which will be used for the storage of  boilers etc.  This week Mr. Williams sold   to the"  The following are the ore shipments from Boundary mines to  April 17th inclusive:   .,'���'".''  1900. 1901 Total'  Knob Hill groups 64,535 65,176 129,711  B.C. mine 19,494 13,027   ��� 32,521  Mother Lode :  3,564 18,399: 21,963  City of Paris -2,000  2,000  Golden Crown..... _  18,00 ._  18,00  Winnipeg , ,  1,200 "_.......-.--���. '      1,200  Athelstan......  1,350 - . ��� 175 1,525  Carmi ���...:.;    .......... 1,100 1,100  Sundry Shipments .:   2,000 1,300 ; 3,300  Grand total....'.........._...:... 95,943 99,177 195,120  Ore treated at Boundary Smelters to April 16, inclusive :>  Granby ......:.... 64,535  Greenwood,' begun Feb. 18, I9OI '.'"'.'...=   Grand total..... 64,535  65,465*:..  '20,063-  85.528V-  130,000  '. 20,063  -I5o,o63  The Times has been unable to secure complete returns from all  the mines and the smelters to April 30th. Next week the shipments  will be revised to that date. During April the shipments from the  B. C. mine were 5010 tons. During the month the Greenwood  smelter treated 11322 tons of ore, or an average of 377 tons daily.  The smelter received,1150 tons of custom ore from Boundary mines,  150 tons of which came from the Snowshoe.  run on the Rawhide. Elsewhere will  be found a brief notice regarding Mr.  Breen's movements and   the proposed  smelter to be built   by   the'Dominion  Copper company.  GRANBY CONS. M. & S. CO.  From Superintendent William Yolen  Williams, who was in the city on Tuesday, it is learned that tenders have not  yet been called far the Proposed 40-  drill compressor, hoist etc., to be added  this year, nor has a definite location  been settled upon where the new plant  is to be installed. It is probable however that it will be in the immediate  vicinity of the proposed new four-compartment shaft to be sunk on the  Victoria claim.  WEST FORK CAMP.  Charles G. Early, of Northport, who  Granby Consolidated ,��� mining and  Smelting company, for use at their  Phoemxmines^_a5 x 5 hoisting engine  and four Cittle^GianFII^^  drills. This makes seyen of this class  of drills now in use by the company  and -Superintendent W. Y. Williams is  highly pleased with their work.  TO THE   DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her deafness  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 Nicholson Institute, 780 Eighth  Avenue, New York, U. S. A.  All kinds of Taxidermist work done  by T. B. Winnett, Silver street.       tf  Mine Pumps  IMPROVED SINKING PCMPS.  PISTON PATTERN.  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THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  May 2, 1901.  THE MINERAL ACT  Changes    Suggested    by  Minister of Mines,  the  BILL INTRODUCED IN TKE  Legislature ��� Several Changes Made  in the Present Law���Work on  Trails Counted as Assess,  ments.  Hon. Richard McBride, minister of  mines, has introduced in the leg-Ula  ture, a measure including several  amendments to the mineral act. Below  are some of the changes.  His Majesty, by and with the advice  and consent of the legislative assembly  of the province of British Columbia,  enacts as follows:���  1. This act may be cited as the  "Mineral Act Amendment Act,   1901."  2. Section 4 of the mineral act amendment act, 1899, is hereby repealed, and  the following- substituted therefor:���  "4. In case^any person should allow  his free miner's certificate to expire he  may, at any time within six months  from the date . of such expiration,  obtain from the proper officer, upon  payment of a fee of fifteen dollars, a  special free miner's certificate. Such  special certificate shall have the effect  of reviving the title of the person to  whom it is issued to all mineral claims  which such person owned at the time  of the lapse of his former certificate,  except such as under the provisions of  the mineral act and amending acts had  become the property of some other  person at or before the time of the issue  of such special certificate, and shall  also operate as a free miner's certificate  until midnight of the thirty-first day of  May next after its issue. In the case  of a joint stock company the fee for  such special certificate shall be three  hundred dollars. '  Subject to the proviso hereinafter  stated, uo person or joint stock company shall be recognized as having  any right or interest in or to any  mineral claim, or any mineral therein,  or in or to any water right, mining  ditch, drain, tunnel, or flume, unless  he or it shall have a free miner's certificate unexpired. And on the expiration of a free miner's certificate the  owner thereof shall absolutely forfeit  all his rights and interests in and to  any mineral claim, and all and any  minerals therein, and in or to any and  every water right, mining ditch, drain,  tunnel, or flume, which may be held or  claimed by such owner of such expired  free miner's certificate, unless such  owner shall, on or before the day  following the expiration of such certificate, obtain a new free miner's  -certificate:���Provided,-nevertheless,  should any co-owner fail to keep up  his free miner's certificate, such failure  shall not cause aforfeiture or act a s an  abandonment of the claim, but the  interests of the co-owner who shall fail  to keep up his free miner's certificate  shall ipso facto, be and become vested  in his co-owners pro rata, according to  their former interests: The filing in  the office of the mining recorder of the  mining division in which the claim  shall be situate, of a certificate from  the department of mines that th .��� free  miner's certificate of such co-owner  has lapsed, shall be sufficient evidence  of such lapse to Yest the title in the  continuing co-owners in the office of  such mining recorder: And provided  also, that a shareholder in a joint stock  company, as such, need hot be a free  miner, and, though not a free miner,  shall be entitled to buy, sell, hold, or  dispcfse of any shares therein: And  provided, also, that this section shall  not apply to mineral claims for which  a crown grant has been issued.  Section 12 of the mineral act is hereby amended by adding thereto the  following words:���  "Provided that it shall be lawful for  a free miner to appoint an agent, who  must also be a free miner, but such  agent shall not be entitled to locate or  record any mineral claim for his principal unless and nnlil a power of  attorney in that behalf has been  recorded in the office of the mining-  recorder for the mining division in  which such claim may be situate, and  and also that no such agent shall locate  and record more than one claim each  for two principals on each separate  vein or lode."  Section 19 of the mineral act is hereby repealed, and the following substituted for:���  Every sree miner locating a mineral  claim shall record the same with the  mining recorder of the mining division  within which the same is situate, within fifteen days after the location thereof, if located within ten miles of the  office of said mining recorder by the  most direct means of travel. One  additional day shall be allowed for  such record for every additional ten  miles, or fraction thereof. The number of days shall be counted inclusive  of the day of application for record.  Such record shall be made in a book to  be kept for the purpose in the office of  the said mining recorder, in which  shall be inserted the name of the claim,  the name of each locator, the number  of each locator's free miner's certificate, the locality of the claim, the  direction of the location line, the length  in feet, the date of location, and the  date of the record. Such record shall  be, as near as may be possible, in the  form B in the schedule to this act, and  a certified copy thereof shall be given  by the mining recorder to ��� the free  miner or his agent. A claim which  shall not have been recorded within the  prescribed period shall be deemed to  have been abandoned.  Sectien 24 of the mineral act, as  amended by section S of the mineral  act amendment act, 1898, is hereby  repealed, and the following substituted  therefor:���  Any free miner having duly located  and recorded a mineral claim shall be  entitled to hold the same for the period  of one year from the recording of the  same, inclusive Of the day of record,  and thence from year to year without  the necessity of re-recording: Provided, however, that during each year,  and each succeeding- year, such free  miner shall do, or cause to be done,  work on the claim itself to the value of  one hundred dollars, and shall satis}*  thex.gold commissiones or mining  recorder that such work has been done,  by an affidavit of the free miner or his  agent, setting out a detailed statement  of such work, and shall obtain from  such gold commissioner or mining-  recorder, and shallrecord, a certificate  of such work having been done: Provided, also, that all work done outside  of a mineral claim with intent to work  the same shall, if such work have direct  relation to and be in direct proximity  to the claim, be deemed, if to the satisfaction of the gold commissioner or  mining recorder, for the purposes of  this section, to be work done on the  claim; and further, that after the permission in writing of the gold commissioner or mining recorder has been  obtained and filed in the office of the  mining recorder, work done by a free  miner on a trail upon, or leading to,  his mineral claim may be counted as  such work for 'the purposes of this  section: Provided, further that any  free miner or free miners holding  adjoining mineral claims, not exceeding eight in number, to be worked by  them in partnership under the provisions of any act for the time being in  ferce, shall, subject to the filing a  notice of their intention with the gold  commissioner or mining recorder, be  aliowed.to perform on_any_one^ormore.  of such claims all the work required to  entitle him or them to a certificate of  work for each claim so held by him or  them, but no free miner or free miners  shall be permitted to do such work on a  mineral claim for which a crown grant  has been issued in lieu of work on another mineral claim. If such work  shall not be done, or if such certificate  shall not be obtained and recorded in  each and every year, the claim shall  be deemed vacant and abandoned, and  any rule of law or equity to the contrary  notwithstanding:  "Provided that if any free miner  shall have done the work within the  year, and if he shall, within thirty days  after the time for obtaining and recording the said certificate has expired,  record the same and pay an additional  fee of ten dollars, such record shall  have the same effect as if recorded  within the year, but this proviso shall  not operate if, during such lapse, the  said mineral claim has become the  property of another free miner:  "Provided, further, should any free  miner perform assessment work on his  claim during any one year to the value  of one hundred dollars or more, in  excess ot the amount of work required  to be done in any one year by this act,  he shall have the right of recording a  certificate of the work done to the  value of each one hundred dollars so  as to cover his assessment work for  each of such additional year or j-ears,  by paying the proper recording fee for  recording each of such certificates of  work, and he shall be exempt from performing assessment work for each year  covered by such record, and the certificate of work shall be issued and  recorded accordingly."  Sub-section (a) of section 36 of the  mineral act, as enacted by section 7 of  the mineral act amendment  act   1898,  is herebj* repealed, and   the following  substituted therefor:���  (a) Done, or cause to be done and  recorded within the prescribed period,  work on the claim in developing' a  mine, or upon a trail upon, or leading  to, the claim with the permission of the  gold commissioner or mining recorder  as provided by section 24 hereof, or  paid money, together amounting to the  value of five hundred dollars and  recorded in respect thereof, in the office  of the mining recorder, five certificates  of work. For the purpose of this  section, work done on the claim by a  predecessor or poedecessors in title  shall be deemed to have been done by  an applicant who receives a transfer of  such claim, provided that in the meantime such claim has been in nowise  abandoned or forfeited:"  Section 4Q of the mineaal act, as  enacted by section 10 of the mineral  act amendment act, 1899, is hereby  repealed, and the following substituted  therefor: ���  The holder of a mineral claim for  which a certificate of improvements  has been granted and recorded, shall  make applicrtion to the gold commissioner, enclosing his certificate of  improvements, the crown graut fee of  twenty-live dollars, the mining  recorder's certificate, form I, the field-  notes and plat, and the affidavit, form  G, within three months from the date  of such certificate of improvements,  and in default of such application having been made within such time, such  certificate of improvements shall lapse  and become absolutely void.  Section 48 of the mineral act is hereby repealed and the following substituted therefor:���  Where a judgment affecting any  mineral claim is rendered by a court  having jurisdiction in mining disputes,  or any commission or board of inquiry  held for such purpose, or and decision  is given by a gold commissiomer under  any powers in this act contained, the  clerk of such court, commission or  board of inquiry, or such fold commissioner, shall forthwith transmit minute  of such judgment or decision to the  mining recorder for the mining division  in which such claim is situate, and the  said mining recorder shall enter such  minute in the record book and file the  minute in his office. If by any such  judgment or decision the ��� original  boundaries of any mineral claim shall  be changed, a plat showing such  changed boundaries, and signed by the  judge, commissioner, board of inquiry,  or a member thereof, or gold commissioner by whom . such judgment or  decision has been given shall accompany such minute and be filed in the  office of the mining recorder.  Section 117 of the mineral act is hereby amended by striking out the word  "jurisdiction'" in the second line  thereof.  Section 141 of the mineral act is  hereby repealed, and the following  substituted therefor:���  Affidavits and declarations required  under the provisions of this act shall  be made before one of the following  officials   hay in g   j ur isd ict ion   in   the  province of British Columbia, or the  part thereof where such affidavits or  declarations may be sworn or made,  that is to say:���supreme or county  court judge, registrar of a court of  record, gold commissioner, mining  recorder, stipendiary magistrate, justice of the peace, notary public or commissioner for taking affidavits.  Section 142 of the mineral act is hereby repealed, and the following substituted therefor:���  Thc minister of mines, the provincial  mineialogist, the provincial assayer,  any inspector of mines, the gold commissioner for the district, the .mining  recorder in any mining division for  which no gold commissioner has been  appointed, and any other person duly  authorised in writing by the minister  of mines, shall have the right, at all  reasonable times, to enter into, upon,  and examine any mineral claim, mill-  site, drain, ditch, tunnel or flume.  In every application for record of a  mineral claim located by an agent on  behalf of another free miner shall  appear the following paragrash:���  ��_,"That on   the day  of 19���,   a  power of attorney authorising me to  locate and record the said claim on behalf of the said ,   was   recorded   in  the office of the mining recorder at ,  and that I looated and applied to record  the said mineral claim in the   name of  the said , and that   the said' claim  was located for his sole and only use  and benefit, and that I have no interest,  express or implied, therein.  E. JACOBS  E1IIJIEEIC  GREENWOOD.  a Bike?  If not you surely will, when you  see the new 1901 Model Cleveland  =IT IS A BEAUTY:  We have obtained the exclusive agency in the district for the  American and Canadian Manufacturers Association, and have  selected the CLEVELANDas the best all round wheel, and will  carry a full stock of this manufacture, in both men's and women's. There are a great many improvements over the 1900  model and they are conceded to be the best wheel made. If,  however, you are in love with some other make, we will obtain  it for you.  WE  WILL  BE  PLEASED  TO  HAVE YOU CALL  AND INSPECT THE "CLEVELAND."  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO. LTD.  - Date Tailors.  PROMPT   DELIVERY  V. & N. TEL. 123.  KOOTENAY FUEL AND AGENCY CO,  -SELLS-  Wood, Coal, Ice, Oils, Tile, Fire Brick, Cement, Etc,, Etc,  Seasoned Fir or Tamarack \ Wood any lengths.  Crow's Nest Pass Coal $7.00 a Ton.  LOON LAKE ICE DELIVERED DAILY  OFFICE OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL   JOHN W. HARTLINB, MANAGER.  CABLE ADDRESS :  MAORI.  CODE :  MOREING  AINEAL.  ". THOS. MILLER, Mgr.  TO LET:   Building suitable for Stores or offices.    Lot on Copper Street,  business  centre.  FOR SALE:   Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD* *."*. * -"���        B.  C.  Our    Yards    and  Mills  -located as follow*.:  Greenwood, Phoenix,: Dead-  smh wood City, Eholt No. _, Ehol No.  S��S 2, Lone* Lake, Rock Creek, Sky-  b_S lark Camp, Nakusp, Bobsou,  fmj.   Ymir and Rosslaud.  We A*re Manufacturers  of all Kinds of  ROSSLAND ENGINE WORKS. - CUNLIFF & McMILLAN.  FOUNDERS,  MACHINISTS,  AND BOILER MAKERS. f  Specialty in manufacture of Ore Cars and General Mining Machinery.  List of Second Hand Machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and  is as good as new:  One 12x18 Ingersoll-Sergeant Air Compressor, listed at 3 drills.  One Vertical Air Receiver. 8x3, 5-16 shell  3-8 heads, with all fittings.  One 60 h. p. Return Tubular Boiler 5x12  1-2 heads, 82���3 tubes, tested to 180Ibs.  cold water pressure. 62 in. heavy 30 in.  smoke stack, complete with all fittings.  "Watch this advertisement for other lists, or write us for full list before buying. We  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.  third Avenue. Rossland. P. 0. Box 198. m  "tV  May: 2,. 1901.  THE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  DEFEAT   BY-LAW  Tramway Agreement is Voted  Down by Council.  AT    REGULAR    MEETING  The By-Law Killed  in   Committee  Tenders for Police Uniforms arid  Lowering-  Sidewalks ��� Other  Business   Transacted.  The agreement between the Green-  "wood-Phoeuix Tramway company and  the city waa killed in committee of the  ���council at the reg-ular meeting- on Mon-  ���day nig-ht. H. C. Shaw, representing-  "the company; submitted the agreement  -as satisfactory, .to the company and  ���stated that he had instructions not to  modify it any way. The clause first  ���considered was one authorizing the  company to use electricity or steam as  a motive power, the company not having the right ro run cars propelled by  steam power on Copper street.' Objection was made to the use of steam as  "power on any of the streets of the city..  Aid. Ross suggested that matter  xmder consideration was one of the utmost importance to the city and the  ratepayers should have an opportunity  to pass iudgment upon it. If the council could not agree to pass the agreement aa it stood it should be published and the council should pass it if  a majority of the ratepayers petitioned  to have the same submitted to them.  ���' The suggestion was considered for  soma time, but as the council refused  to take action, the clause referred to,  was voted down, the committee arose  without reporting the by-law, thereby  lulling- it. .  It was then decided that the $5,000  ���deposited by the Tramway company,  under the old agreement, should be  transferred from a trust account to the  city's general account.  Wm. Downie, superintendent bf the  C. & W. informed the council that he  had given instructions to remove the  dam across Boundary Creek near the  railway station.  I. H. Hallett enclosed a cheque to pay  for water for garden and asked that  same be turned on. Referred to water  and light committee.  Tenders were received from W.  Bison, Allmacher & Wilson, F. J.  Mitchell and JJ. I*. Wood for police  uniforms. The tenders were referred,  to Chief of Police McLaren Aid. Sullivan and Ross who awardedcontract to  Allmacher & Wilson $35 for suit for chief  and $34 for assistant Lawder.  The council decided to ask the city  engineer for estimate of street improvements on a basis of $4500 for entire  year.  It was also decided to call for tenders  for lowering the sidewalk on south side  ^ Gre'enwWd'stree^  and Copper, the contractor topay union  wages on the work,.the contract also to  include a crossing on Gold street.  SMELTING COMPANY.  C. R. Tuttle of the American Mining  and smelting Company had a representative in the city last week sizing up  the smelter situation. The company  ���are operating near', Cerlew on the  American side���at least they say they  are but the newspapers have been  accusing the company of working the  gullible Easterners. Mr. Tuttle was  also in Grand Forks, and the Gazette  has-this to say-regarding his visit:  An informal meeting of the Board of  TrBde Council was held last-Wednesday  afternoon in the Yale, at which C. R.  Tuttle, of the American Mining Investment company, laid before the business  men of the city a proposition for the  establishment of another smelter here  .and asked their co-operation ,,in securing a site and also in coming into contact with owners of mines' which cduld  furnish the necessary ore.  His proposition isf'on almost the identical lines of the present Graniby company, that is a company operating both  mines and smelters.' The ' Granby  people, however, put up their cash and  went ahead of their accord while Mr.  Tuttle proposes to bond properties  long time and raise the money for  smelter by floating a company in  east.  The Board considered the matter and  finally appointed two committies, one  to do something toward aiding Mr.  Tuttle in selecting a suitable site and  the other to bring him in contact with  the owners of mining property.  His proposition is to establish a  smelter at Grand Forks and then secure  on  his  the  o.ig time working oonds ; on some of  the best mining properties in tlie Boundary, operating the mines and. smelting the ores here and paying the owners  of the properties two'fifths of the net  proceeds from the ores,. his company  taking the other three-fifths..  It is a good schemej if he ��� can work  it, and if successfully carried 'through  would be a great thing for, Grand  Forks, .while if on the other hand it is  to be operated like the American Mining Investment company has been,  with wild exaggerations and deliberately false statements regarding the  company's holdings it would give the  entire country a black eye.  Were the proposition advanctd by  some party of known integrity it would  undoubtedly met with a hearty  approval and support of every resident  of the city, but when put forward by a  man who is known here only by his  connection with one of the worst  swindling schemes ever perpetrated  upon the American public it can hardly  be regarded other than with suspicion.  The people oi Grand Forks are ready  to.do everything in their power to  bring any legitimate enterprise into  the Boundary but when a ��� man comes  along who is known to be dealing in  fake propositions it is well for them to  take some time to consider before  doing any great amount of boosting  for him.  MINER AI, ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  LAKE VIEW* mineral claim, situated in the  KetUeRivet Mining1 Division ol' Yale District. Where located : In Long' Lake  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Robert "\Vood,Prec  Miner's Certificate No. B297S9, and C. L.  Thomel; Free Miners Certificate No. B29G59, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to to Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Ini-  protiements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Grant of tlie above claim.  And further  take  notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 4th day of March, A. D.,1.01.  3m-0.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTIOE.    .  TIP TOP mineral claim, situated in the Kettle  River mining' division of Yale district.  Where located :   Iu Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, Free Miners's certificate No.  8003B, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to _ apply to the mining recorder  for a Certilicate 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'certificate of improvements. ,  Dated this 27th day of March, 1901.  ���  .������'.- I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT. 1896.  ��� Certificate of Improvement.  NOTIC^. .  LAURA mineral'claim, situated in the Kettle  River mining division of Yale district.  Where located :   In Long Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. /B. Shaw acting  as agent for Marry McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate 7734B, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 14357A,' aud the P. A  Largery estate, Free Miner's certificate*No.  27629B, 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.tl_is 12 day-of-April^MOO..^^--^^-,,,^^-  3m--.. C. x. SHAW.  Mineral Act 1896. ...  .    CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MARGRIE mineral situate in the Kettle river  Mining Division of Yale District.; Where  Located in Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE. Shaw acting  as agent for Mary McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate7734b, and George R. Naden,  Free Miner's certificate No: 14357a intend sixty  days from the date liereof to apply . io the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvement, for the purpose of obtaining a crown  grauttor above claim. j  And further take notice that action   under  cectlou 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements-  Dated this 27th day March, A. D. 19.0.  26-34 C. JE. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE        ���  ROBERT EMMET Mineral claim, sltute iii  the Kettle River Mining -Division of  Yale  District.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. JE. Shaw acting  as agent for C. J. McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate 6227n, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's certifidate No. 14357a, and the P. A.'  Langery estate, . Free . Miner's certificate  No. 29629B, iutend, , sixty. davs from the';  date hereof, to applv ��� to the Miniuir;  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for!  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of thel  above claim. !  And further take notice that action, under!  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dat<?d this 27th day of March, 1900.  ,.    .  26-34 C, JE. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT. 1899.  Certificate of Improvements'.  NOTICE.  ,'PINHOOK",   "WORLDS    FAIR    FRACT-  ION"and"MISSING LINK NO. 2 FRACTION" mineral claims, situate iu  the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :    In C* reenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett as  * agent for George R. Naden, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14357a, and James S. C. Fraser,  Free Miuer's Certificate no. B2923-J. intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to applv to the-  Mining Recorder for Certificates of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of February, A. D. 1901.  3m-_ I. H. HALLETT.  4  4\  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  JENCKES MACHINE C��,  9 '       9  | in stock | Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  ! ROSSLAND *  % Warehouse, |  9 9  9*******9****9  9 Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinkiiig and Station Pumps.   Chain Blocks,  Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  CANADIAN RAND DRILL C��.  Compressors and Fand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  R. P. WILLIAMS, F. R.  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  ROSSLAND,   B.C.  4  4  4  4  4  4.  4  4  4  4  4  4  $444444444444444444444444444444444444444  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  The James CooDer  **-  -MONTREAL, QUEBEQ-  MANUEACTURERS OF  -**  i Tnger$olI��$ergeant  ������  ������  ROCK DRILLS. STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  & - BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc. C0UP���Z$ ?��\f$Si������TS  �����T     Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. _______ STOCK CARRIED IN rqssland.  ��~    R. JI. e* men ally. Rossland, B. C.  ~. R. Kirkpatriefe, Greenwood, B* *Z*  ^aauaaaauaauauaaauuauaaauauuaa.auaauaauaaaaaaaaaauaaaaaaaai  .times  mallaee>millcr Block,  Greenwood :    i  MINERAL ACT  1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '���FOUR ACE" Mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale District.   Where located ;   In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Robert Jaffray, Free Miner's  certificateNo. B29816, William T. Smith, free  miner's certificate No, 1129533, Robert Wood,  free miner's certificate No. B29759, and  Evan Parry, free miner's certificate No.  B2995S, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements for the pnr-  pose 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 certificate of improvements,  Dated this loth dav of April. 1901.  I.   H.   HALLETT.  MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CLIMAX 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 George R. Naden, free miner's  certificate No. 14357A, John T. Bell, free miner's certificate No. BS039, Arthur N. Pelly,  free miner's certificate No. 29591, and Gerald T. Hodgson, free miner's certificate  No. 297881., intend, sixty days from the  date liereof. to apply to the mining recorder  fnr a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown graut to 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 12th day of April, 1901.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL-ACT, 1896.:  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  " CARMI" Mineral Claim, situate in thej  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale District. Where located : In Carmi camp on.  the West Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerbv,  C.E., as agent for Edumund Heathcote  Thruston, sree miner's certificate No. 27621,  George A Sonneman, free miner's certificate  No. -B4202O, and Joseph E. Branscombe,  free miner's certificate No. B42019, 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 is-r,  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of April. 1901.  FORBES M. KERB^T ,y\/i i..-.*.-<  ^:  ���  THE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  May 2, 1901.  iBBerBros  ���THE ONLY-  OPTICIANS  ���IN THE���  BOUNDARY  COUNTRY...  DlUgglstS x X  Jewelers and  'X X Opticians  GREENWOOD, B. C.  V- V. & E. RAILWAY  ^Company Makes an Offer to  Jibe Provincial Government,  WANT   PROVINCIAL  .Subsidy and Offer to Build Irrespective  -of Dominion Aid-V. V. & E. Engi-  ..neers are in the City ��� The  I Kettle River Charter.  -"C. W. Dill and C. B, Moss, of the V.  ' V. & E. engineering- staff, arrived on  Wednesdaj* from Molson and registered  at the Armstrong. They have been  locating the line in the vicinity of Molson. Mr. Kennedy is expected in this  eroiiSgi V7 V7~&"E7engineers' have  been working this week along Fourth  . at July Creek.  The bill granting a charter to a company to build from Cascade to Carson  . and following the Kettle river to Midway, thence to Greenwood, has been  passed by the railway committee of the  -House of Commons. The promoters  a-te J. B. McArthur and Jno. Ferguson  McRae. It is understood this line  will be a connecting link for the V. V.  . & E. and the Great Northern system.  Vancouver,     April     30.���General  ��� superintendent Marpole, who returned  from Montreal today, where he attended  a conference with the management,  announces that the Vancouver & Lulu  Island railway will   be  completed   at  . once to Steveston, and the line will be  bnilt from Abbotsford   to   Chilliwhack  . as soon as the route is selected by chief  ��� engineer Tye. The line will be run  out from Vancouver to  Greer's beach,  ..on English bay, where the company  -will build a large summer hotel as a  pleasure resort. The C. P. R. projects  a fifty-day trip around the world by  -way of St. Petersburg and Vladivo-  ~-_Aock, the route being taken by William  Whyte, the newly appointed assistant  to the president.  involve the immediate construction .of  a portion at least of the Coast-Kootenay  road. It is said that the company  agrees to proceed at once, exclusive of  any Dominion subsidy, provided the  local government gave them the subsidy provided for its railway act. The  offer provides that 30 miles of road will  be constructed at each end during the  present summer.  BREVITIES J  LOGAL AND GENERAL  C. V. Semerad headquarters for ripe  fruit.  Ralph Smailes has returned from   a  business trip to Rossland.  R. Helme, representing the Dominion Express company,, registered  at the Imperial this week.  Fresh strawberries received   twice a  week at Semerad's, Copper street.  H. R. Cameron, general agent for  the Great West Life Insurance company, is at the Armstrong.  H. A. Allenberg, the well known insurance agent, was in the city from  Spokane. .  In response to manj* of her late  patrons, Mrs. Kerfoot has decided to  reopen the dining room today.  J. P. Keane, superintendent of the  Cariboo mine, registered at the Imperial this week.  The best ice cream daily at Greenwood Candy Factory. We guarantee  it pure, C. V. Semerad.  Home cooked meals, just the same as  you used to get before you left the Old  Folks at Home.    At Kerfoot's.  R. A. McNally, Rossland, general,  agent for the James Cooper Manu-  factnaing company, was in the city  this week.  A. Fisher and A. Branson have returned from Rendell. Mr. Fisher has  sold his sawmill there to Branson &.  Wheatley.  A. A. Sandeman,. John Darner,, W.  W. Moore, Vancouver, and H. H.  Welch, Victoria, were among the commercial men registered at the Imperial  this week.  J. W. H. Smythe, Manager of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce, returned  yesterday from theEastwherehewas  a dclegete from the Board of Trade at  the Ottawa convention.  A public meetihg tonight called by  Mayor Jakes, will discuss ways and  means of entertaining local heroes of  the South Africrn war.'  Cameron, who was convicted of having fired the Columbia hotel nearly  two years ago and sentenced to six  years imprisonment, escaped from the  New Westminister penitentiary last  week.  Dont fail to hear J, Parsons Smith,  the ex-pugilist, Methodist church  Tuesday evening next.  Wanted���Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing. Salary $780 a year and expenses,  all payable in cash. No canvassing  required. Give references aud enclose  self-addressed stamped envelope.  Address manager, 355 Caxton Bldg.,  Chicago.  The emerald duett will give Greenwood citizens a treat next week, see  bills later.  REX VS. DES RIVIERES.  During the past ten days the Provincial office field force has been busy  collecting evidence and serving subpoenas on witnesses in the case of Rex  vs. James McGill des Rivieres. The  trial will take place at Nelson on Tuesday next. Eight to 10 witnesses, on  behalf of the crown, "will leave Boundary points for Nelson on Monday,  The prisoner is under indictment for  the murder of Harry Rowand on the  evening of February 16th last, at Denero. At the coroner's inquest the  jnry found that Rowand came to his  death from a knife stab in the heart,  at the hands of the prisoner. Des  Rivieres will doubtless set up. a plea of  "self defence." Gold Commissioner  W. J. McMynn expects . to leaves . for  Nelson the end of the week.  ODDFELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY.  The second anniversary ball of  Boundary Valley Lodge, I. 0.. O. F.,  was held in the Masonic hall on Friday  last. The dance was a most enjoyable  affair. The music was good, the company of 50 or 60 couples were of the  most sociable description, and under  the guidance of J. A. McKinnon, the  efficient floor manager, all thoroughly  enjoyed themselves. Supper was  scryed in the banquetting room of the  building. The success of the affair is  due to the efforts of Messrs. Thos. McDonnell, D. A. McKenzte and W. M.  Law,, the committee in charge.  On Friday evening the Oddfellows  attended the Presbyterian church  where special, "services were held.  Rev. Mr. Anderson preached a sermon  appropriate for the occasion.  J. C. BROWN MAY GET IT.  Vancouver, April 30.���It is generally  believed here that J. C. Brown, M. P. P.  of New Westminster, who was minister  of finance in the short-lived administration of Joseph Martin, will be taken  in to-the Dunsmuir cabinet upon the  retirement of Hon. J. H. Turner.  Brown is a liberal in Dominion politic!*,  and in the days of the Semlin. opposition to the Davie-Turner administration used to divide honors with F. C*[  Cotton as financial critic-0_L__the^oppo_  sition.  BORN.  Goforth���April 29, to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Goforth, Greenwood, a son.  Mother and child are doing well and  Frank is receiving congratulations  from his friends.   '  A dark brown mare came to my place  in February last. Owner can have the  same by paying for keep and other  expenses. Unless called for iu 30 day  will be sold for costs.  Fritz Haussener.  4**$*-4*4*--**l*-4��-fr4'4'*^*-fr**--fr 4��-4"^4��4,4,4��4'4"f3��  Vanco-jvER. April 30.���A Victoria  special says: "The V. V. & E. Company has offered the government today  to build thirty miles at this end and  thirty miles at the other end of the  ��� Coast-Kootenay road this summer, exclusive of the Dominion subsidy, if the  local government will give $4000 per  ���.mile.  Victoria, April 30.���[Associated  /Press.]���It is understood that the gov-  -erament today received an offer from  rtlieV. V. & E., which, is accepted, will  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  SINGER SEWING  ACHINES  li  THE BEST MACHINE MADE.  LIBERAL DISCOUNT  FOR CASH  Or  on time very easy payments.    Write  or  call  on   SPROTT & MACPHERSON  AGENTS,  Watchmakers and Jewellers  Copper Street,  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  #444444444444 444444444444*+  I. R.. ARMSTRONG,  PROPRIETOR  enal  Js The Best Hotel in The City.  Every Modern Gonvenience  irabam $ Parry,  Proprietors.  Cor. Copper and Deadwood Streets, / .�� * ��� -'Greenwood, B, C  ..The Clarendon Cafe.,  THE . BEST   MEALS   IN   THE   CITY   SERVED.  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DINNER PARTIES.  Most comfortable and well furnished room*, steam heated  and lighted! by electric light.    Can be had from  ���**%*%.. Per Month Upwards..  MRS. DOWDING. Clarentai Hotel and Cafe.  COPPER STREET.  Lunches put up���Short orders at al-! hours���Private  dining;  room  for  ladies���Best serviae  in   the  city.  yjertter $ Pittoek  Proprietors  COPPER   STREET.  FORMERLY THE HORSE SHOE RESTAURANT  IS �� NOW > ��PEN,  Our Coffee, Cakes, Rolls-.  Hot "Waffles, Etc., Etc.,  are  strictly   the   best  in   the   Boundary    district..,  HUMER & FELLES.  Proprietors,  ROSSLAND ENGINE WORKS. - CUNLIFF & McMILLAN.  FOUNDERS. MACHINISTS, AND BOILER MAKERS.  Specialty In manufacture of Ore Cars aad General Mining- Machinery.  List of Second Hand Machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled, and  Is as good as new:  One [12x18 Ingersoll-Sereeant Air Compressor, listed at 3 drills.  One Vertical Air Receiver. 8x3.5-16 shell  3-8 heads, with aU fittiats. .  One 60 fa.p. Return Tubular Boiler 5x12  1-2 heads, 82���3 tubes, tested to 1801bs.  cold water pressure. 62 In. heavy 30 in.  smoke stack, complete with all fittings..  Watch this advertisement for other lists, or write ns for full list before buying. *We  may have jnst what yon want.  Agents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.  Third Avenue, Rossland. P. 0. Box 198.  &  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos;  Smokers' Sir-^fe-fey  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Doors Beww  Rendem. Corner.  E. JACOBS  E01II, HE ETC  GREENWOOD.


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