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 *:. ���-"������  c*.-___U��C".-_J._ j -*-*". I ���/T"* J*  ���-.:.'...%&;  Published Weekly in the Interests'of the Boundary Creek Mining District,  ' ''' '���    ���    ' ... _    ���"   . ',  jtt'tt&ffr-^'i  -|7t  fef if  'X-  'it  .,  '5'-.-i  iS'  J  ���I  iy  1.  'li  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD. B. C. THURSDAY. MAY 16, 1901.  No,  jn..^y  H THE MINES  WEEK'S  BUDGET OF NEWS  FROM  THE MINING CAMPS  TRIBUTARY TO GREENWOOD  A Story of Progress ������and Development in Different Camps���Satisfactory Condition at Winnipeg.  SKYLARK CAMP.  George W. Raithel of Chicago, a  director and Harry Shallenberg-er of  Spokane, a shareholder of the Chicago-British Columbia Mining company  ���are visiting'the Lake group, under  bond ^o the company. For some  months past a small force has been:  sinking  a   double compartment  4x8  ��� ���  IN ALL THE LATEST  STYLES AND SHADES  Our new prices will inter-.  est you and our assortment  cannot be beaten- .   .   .   .  Smith $ IUcRae  Books,   Stationery,   Wallpaper,  Office SuppUes-'phone, V.& N.34  shaft ou tht.Lake. Theshaftis down 68  feet and indications point to it; being  near to the big pyrrhotite ledge, which  it is expected to strike on its dip. To  the Times Mr. Raithel stated that  whfle here he will arrange for the  purchase of a hoisting plant and air  compressor. '     -. '  NORTH FORK.  Superintendent E. W. Liljegran of  the Humming Bird (B.C.) Gold Mines,  limited, returned to the mine last  Saturday from a trip to Spokane. He  reports that the incline winze sunk  from the tunnel level is down 35 feet  with a full face of ore. Shipments are  to be resumed to the Granby smelter.  '   - SUMMIT CAMP. ;  John Dorsey, manager and promoter  of the Lake Shore & British Columbia  Mining company, limited, left ijhis  week for,' Chicago and.. Milwaukee' on  company business. To the Times: he  stated that the shaft on the Blue Bell,  is to be sunk an additional 100 feet.  The north drift at the 100-foot level  had been driven 51 feet, practically all  in ore. In* this distance a 12-foot  winze had been sunk. In the south  drift the ore was followed for 35 feet.  On the adjoining property the J.S.,  also under bond to his company, and  on which a payment of $4,000 has  recently been made, development  would be started on his return. His  mission east is to lay before the shareholders a proposition* to purchase a  diamond drill outfit, to exploit the J.S.  and also the Mountain View claim in  which he has a large interest. He also  hopes to arrange for the installation  of a seven drill compressor plant on  the Blue Bell.  Men are now at work unwatering  the Maple Leaf, one of a group of  claims owned by the Rathmullen company of Rossland. The property; is  equipped with a 10x14 straight line  Rand air compressor, boilers, hoist,  etc. Development on an extensive  scale is to be prosecuted vigorously.  T; W. Gillett, of Fairhaven, Wash:,  president of the Everett and Spokane  Mining company, owning the Rambler  in Summit camp is here on a visit to  the mine.  The crosscut on the second level of  the R. Bell is in over 100 feat from the  shaft and Manager Jack Hanly  believes, that the ore body will be  sitruck within the next 50 feet:  WHITE     CAMP.  Tenders are being called for hauling  ore from the No. 7 mine in Central  camp to the railway. The ore will De  treated, at the local smelter. Some 25-  tons-weresent .down_during,_-_the^p_ast,  winter the returns being satisfactory.  This is one of the properties under the  management of Frederic Keffer, M.E.  and is owned by   the   No.   7   Mining  STAN�� IN WITH  They will have pleasant memories of you in af let- I  years and will be pleased to  recount the many good >  things they received when young and will remember ���?  them as obligations to be redeemed when they grow >  up and you are old,  <  Nothing pleases a boy more than a new suit of clothes >  buy them one each of Eendell & Co's nobby suits, we s  have them at all [prices from $2,00 up,  f  ���THE GIRL��S AI*S<0 LIKE  FIME CL.��TMESc   .  We have some very pretty Shirt Waists,  Pinofores, \  Overdresses, Slippers, etc, at very close prices,  {  Agents for the  W B   &  La villa  CORSETS.  ^*t^.-yMr*\fj*x^njx*Trt/l**l/'X*'X*'t*lXjX*~iyXinSXJXSX*- A, l*j  Company of New York, the leading  shareholders being also largely interested iu the British Columbia Copper  Company, owning the Mother Lode  mine iu Deadwood camp aud the local  smelter. This spring the mine was  equipped with a 100 horse power boiler,  12 x 16 air compressor, with a capacity  of five drills; a Ledgerwood hoist with  32 inch drum and 8 1-4 x 10 cylinders  and other accessories. The mine is  developed to a depth of 139 feet by a  double compartment shaft. Since  work was resumed last december, the  shaft has been completely re-timbered  down to the 65 foot level where drifting is in progress.  WELLINGTON CAMP.  Richard Plewman of Rossland,-managing director of the Winnipeg Mines,  Limited,^ .was.here Monday onhis: way-  out. from a visit to the mine. He  reports a most satisfactory state of  affairs t.oth as to development and the  financial condition of the company.  At the mine the principal work is being  carried on at a depth of 400 feet on' the  second north vein. This vein was  was followed down from the '300-foot  level by a winze sunk to a depth of 100  feet. Of this distance they were iri ore  for 73 feet. Now a drift from the  bottom of the winze is being run east  and is in 35 feet all in ore. " Monday a  trial shipment of two car-loads of ore,  taken Irom these workings was sent  out to the Gratiby Smelter. If this  shipment proves satisfactory it is quite  probable that the ihine will 'continue  sending out ore from time to time.  - Speaking:of assessments Mr.. Plewman said the shareholders had been  prompt in making- payments. Under  the terms of the re-incorporation'it will  be remembered that the companj' pro  posed to assess shareholders up to five  cents per share, before endeavoring to  sell* an}- more treasury stock, of which  there' is'-' 255,000-%e'tn'aijiing iri the  treasury.' The assessments are levied  monthly, amounting to half a cent a  share. So fat* six assessment's, including the one this month have been  levied. Out of the first five assess  ments,.which1, if ipaid ; iu full wonld  return $25,000. over $22,000 has been  paid, and when all the assessments for  this and thebalarice of last month are  turnsd into the company $8,000.will be  on hand. Last months expense at the  mine amounted to $4,800, the highest  amount spent in any one month for  development. It is anticipated however before the balan.ee of two .cents  per share is assessed the property will  be nearly on  a self sustaining basis,  J____A_i?._M&yigf___^  -ibleshov. irig-iii "the mine. If additional machinery and equiptnient is required when the assessment of five  cents per share is exhausted the company will doubtless be able to dispose  of its remaining treasury shares at a  .satisfactory figure. By that time  nearly $50,000 will have been expended  in the development of the Winnipeg-,  by the new company, and those on the  outside, who are iu a position to judge  are apparently satisfied it will then  have passed from the prospecting  stage to that of a shipper.  Nicholas J. Tregear, who his been  superintendent since June 15th 1900  has resigned and Simon Jacobs has  been promoted to his position. Mr;  Tregear wiil take his family to Montana, and will probably operate in that  State.  niCAUWOOD   CAM!'  John Hunner, T. J. Graham. E. K.  Erwin nnd Fred Oliver, of Spokane,  directors of tht: Morrison Mines Limited, have been hire for the passed two  days examining- the mine, preparatory  to presenting a full.report to tiie shareholders. Accompanying party is Roy  Clarke M. E. of Rossland.  Wednesday directors were to have  met local shareholders at informal  gethering at the Hotel Armstrong for  the purposes of discussing affairs relating to the company and the recent  two cent assessment. None of the  local shareholders turned up at the  appointed time and the. meeting was  called off. Afterwards President John  Hunner gave out the following statement to tlie Times:  ���'Tlie meeting was calied by the  directors so that whti.e on the ground  we cuuld in form .iiiy discuss with ciis-  satisfied'stockholders any complaints  regarding the assessment or management of the mine. It looks to me as  though local shareholders have no  reasonable complaint, else they would  have met us here and talked matters  over in a friendly manner. Our secretary is now at work on the financial  statement. In this connection the  directors are prepared to allow any.  competent accountant local   sharehol  ders like to chose a full examination of  the books.' We wiil pay all his expense  Spokane and a reasonable fee for his  services. Roy Clarke has been engaged  to make a full report on the mine, the  amount of development, the machinery  needed and to prepare plans for future  work. His report will be embodied  with the statement shortly to be issued  to the shareholders. j  " Regardingthe two cents assessment >. the directors thought it was  absolutely necessary. No money had  been received for several months. The  company was in debt about S5.000 and  we needed additional machinery, such  as boilers etc., to carry on the work.  Our examination of the mine has convinced us that the work done under the  management of Fred .Oliver'..was as  cheap or cheaper than in any other  property in the Boundary district; If  this is; a fact: shareholders certainly  cannot find any fault with him.  ' "Complaint has heerirmade that the  head office of; the( company should be  changed from Spokane to Greenwood.  This will not.be jdone. The majority  of the shareholders are Spokane men  and the_o_fice will remain in that   city.  "Greenwood being ��he registered  office "in this province we are bound by  law to keep copies of all necessary  books here for the inspection- of the  shareholders. ; This will be carried out  so soon as the books are brought up* to  date. 7  ���'I have no information regarding  the contract entered into by my company and the Standard Pyritic Smelting company. I have only been Iin  office a few daj's and inever saw this  contract." '      "      .  "The reason that the smelter company is not liable for damages as has  been hinted by certain shareholders"  said Fred Oliver is because of. a clause  making the contract 'null and void  unless a railway spur..was. built to the  mineWithin 90 days from its date aiid  the same contained no clause compelling the smelter to build it.       " >  The directors returned to Spokaneon  yesterday's .train. . j  Work on the properties or the Montreal-Boston Copper Company, owning  the Crown Silver and Sunset in this  camp is for the" time, being confined; to  the surface.- The contract for. sinkipg.  the main double compartment shaft On  the-Sunset to the 400-foot level has been  completed. For the past week the men  have been employed ih opening Up the  ore, on the surface at three places. -Jn  each the,showing is good and the values  are reported to .be quite satisfactory.  The largest quarry is on the showing  east of the Crown Silver shaft, (bn  the Sunset surface work is progressing  both .east and north on^the shaft wherl.  the ore is being.stripped. It is expected  that the ore taken out will shortly be  shipped to the smelter.-It speaks  volumes for Deadwood camp, -and the  whole Boundaty,. district., that profit  paying ore can be so quarried, from the  surface,  SUMMTf"    ClMP'..   '   ' .!  ; Ross Thompson of Rossland,'one ;of  the heavy owners ih the King: Mining  Company operating the Oro Denero in  Summit camp is in the city., Asked  when development would be resumed  'he"saidhewas-'unable'to-state-"as~-the  company was without funds. He admitted that several propositions had  been made for the purchase of the  mine but none .had been accepted,  ueither.was the property tied up under  bond. Last winter W: H. * Thomals,  consulting- - engineer for the British  Columbia Copper Company; made an  examination, and had offered a certain  figure for the property, but his tf*rms  were refused. Only recently F F.  Parrish, manager of the B.C. mine in  the same camp, had reported on the  property for Montreal people; and next  week Mr. Thompson said, a further examination would be made for other  parties.  Jay P. Graves last week made the  second payment of S1.500 on the bond  on the Champion claim in Summit  camp owned by A1c.nl Omon, Joe Brown  Grand Forks and Fred Munn of Greenwood. The Champion adjoins the R.  Bell and has a good showing.  wkst romc.  i  W. T. Smith and John Massam left  todr.y fur lhe West Fork for the purposes of starting development on the  Bounty claim, near the Washington  and Idado group.  ENTHUSIASTICALLY WELCOMED BY  CITIZENS OF GREENWOOD.  COMPLIMENTARY SMOKER.  In  the  Auditorium Monday: Night  Presented With Gold Watch-and  Chain���Plenty Enthusiasm.   ~  j A company is being Hon ted in Lon-  - don to take over the Snowshoe now  ! being developed by thc Rossland &  ! Slocan Syndicate. Tne company will  ; be a strong one witli the Earl of Chester  I field as chairman.  j Tiie best ice cream daily at Green-  j wood Candy Factory. We guarantee  ��� it pure, C. V. Semerad.  i -������ -     '  ! A  RUNAWAY.  While driving from Eholt to McPherson.s saw mill on Monday Duncan  and Alexander McDonald, livery stable  '. keepers of Eholt, were thrown from the  rig. Something frightened the team  aud it bolted upsetting the ve'.iical aud  throwing    the    two    men    out,    Both  \ sustained contusions and  bruises,  but  : happily no   bones   were   broken.    Dr.  ; Spankie went up to attend   the injured  i men.  "There may be room for a few more  people but none for further .enthusiasm" said Mayor Jakes in his opening"  remarks at the complimentary smoker  tendered to Lieut. J. Edwards Leckie,  D. S. O., in. \he Auditorium on. _v��o��i-  daj- night. It is said that there is al-  wa3*s room for one rnore and equally true  is it that a little, more in "enthusiasm  can be crowded iu. Before midnight  the big crowd who started (the evening  in a most enthusiastic aud patriotic  frame of mind worked up to such a  pitch that the rafters rang with shouts  of welcome to the Greenwood hero who  brought fame to the little city whence  he went to fight the Empire's battles:  The committee in charge of the entertainment had the theatre appropriately  decorated with firgs and buntings. In  a cosmopolitan city like Greenwood,  their patriotism was uot selfish and  the Stars .and Stripes were strung  along side the Union Jack. Pictures  of Lords Roberts and Kitchener were  hung on the stage and some enthusiastic .Irishman dra.ped the former .with  'the''flag of the Emerald Land. The  box set aside for the guest of.the evening was also suitably decorated., ;, In  front the letters'D..S.-.0. paid eloquent  tribute to the valor of the. hero and  the pride which those present felt, in  one of their fellow citizens..  The reception was not confined, to ���  Greenwood, TPhoenix sent a strong-  delegation and Midway, Eholt and  other surrounding districts were well  represented. Among, the visitor*  noticed in the big ci owd were Dr..  Gordon, C. D. Hunter, J. F. Hemen-  way, A. G. Simpson,. P. C. McArthur  and Mr-King of Phoenix.  H. C. Shaw made an excellent chairman;, He wasted no time in preliminaries but attacked , the, official program rne..Jby-=requesting_.Mayor,- Jakes-  to make the opening address. Just; as  the mayor was about to begin, .Liqut.  Leckie appeared and was greeted with  cheer after cheer as he was escorted to  his seat.. Mayor Jakes was brief in his  opening remarks as he stated that., he  would have another opportunity of addressing them in the evening and  would therefore content, himself with  expressing his great pleasure at being  there to welcome Lieut. Leckie back;  from the front. Messrs. Whiteside,  Hodge, Smith and Harris sang  Annie Laurie, their voices blending  sweetly. They were enthusastically  encored as were all other numbers on  the programme. W. W. Howe gave  one of his popular songs, Mr. Mclntyre  of the Mother Lode gave a selection  on the mandolin. J. F. Hemenway  was heard during the evening, in two  or three of his popular song-s. Neville  Leese brought down the house in his  comic songs more comically rendered.  Mr. Warren gave a selection on the  mandolin. Mr. Galloway was heard  in a song, Mr. Mclntyre a clog dance  and Del. .Mars, the fire king, gave an  exhibition of how to eat molten lead  and other equally warm articles. C  W. H. Samson and others contributed  to the evening's entertainment. A  hard working* committee . kept the  audidence well supplied with beer and  tobacco. In the middle of the programme Lieut. Leckie accompanied by  the citizens committee appeared on the  stage. Mayor Jakes in presenting  him with a handsome gold watcn and  chain said in part :  Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen : It  is very gratifying- to see such a large  aud enthusiastic gathering here tonight, but, when the purpose for  which we have1 assembled is remembered, one feels that there could have  been no room for doubt as  to  the suc-  (Couclnded On Page Two.y , .  71  .' !:  R'-tf  m  i M  * t  ��� ��� i  ;��� i 1  'i i  111  ��� ? -R  ;������$  im Page  THE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  EDTEMST LECKIE  Continued From First Pag-e.  ctsss of the efforts of the citizens com-  -Zttttee. to whom I feel our sincere  f-h7j.ts.es are due for their services in  ��.r-gi_-_atmg and cairying to a succe-. s  __��3 issue by untiring endeavor a plan  vHtteocby we, as citizens of Greenwood.  -are enabled to show our apprc. i Ax- n c f  ike gallantry of our esteemed friend,  recent.y returned safely, by the gra--^  ��� of God, and covered with.glory, fr< m  the JsZoady field of South Africa, where  they checfully and bravely faced death  ta Its most repellent forms, time after  -ime, for love of King and country.  We are assembled to do them honor  ���s-xi-fL rejoice at their return.  "While I feel greatly honored by be-  itig; chosen to welcome back and to  Yeice your appreciation of his gallant  services, I also feel somewhat timid ai  &eixtg  chosen    to convey   your   good  ' wishes to one'so distirg.iished as our  . goadold friend Lieutenant Leckie, so  lately  honored by receiving  the flag  ���vfironn. the hands of His Majesty, ourgocd  .. King- EJdward VII.  _C. ia common I am sure with you  al  feel  that I had  a personal interest ir.  this faonor, because we knew and "ove''  ~��.ir g-ailant soldier boy, before   e ia<  shown on  the battle field, the.siud.o-  vrhick he was made.    Loud (applause.)  ���Dr. Jakes continuing said that whei  ftew-aaiMtified that he would be callec.  ���stpoa  xo   -make   this  presentation   lv  ss-r.ed why Leckie has received  the  D  -S. O., and no one could tell him.    Thi.  .^sj-ofce volumes for the modesty of on  -hcare >.!aud cheers) and carried out  th  : ._.ens.ark made by' a  gentleman  touigh  '  z.hs+ Jack Leckie wore  the same size  Thai ss he did before gaining  honor i>  -South Africa (renewed cheers).     Fur  -.ther'inquiry   elicited the  informatioi  '1-ba.t iu war departments official  com-  Et-,-ii<��catioi:s it was stated  that  Lieut  ILeckLe was especial/   selected  by Hi  ���colonel,  for   a   very  difficult piece <:.  -vaotk. In connection with the  rescue o  __&F_.t_sh  prisoners    at   Voilgetacht   E  "SLYansvaal.     They were between  th.  -Tnasa    army of French's   and   Boers  "*Le>r.kie went out with his six meu anc  ..a.ocor_iplished his difficult  work in twt  ��� s��a-rs and was ou  his return  specially  ��� ct_-_>:plimented by General Buller. This  Ji&ltz his being specially recommended  iSs.jsI-.-ord Roberts for the D. S. O.  (louu.  ���.���che-era}.    Mayor Jakes also announcec  f ti-at Lieut. Leckie had agreed  to take  .������sharge of .and train a troop of mounted  '-^hTan'try in Greenwood aud also he feli  .sure   that   with such   a brave   leadei  :*fehere would be  many  volunteers.    He  ..asked.Lieut. Leckie to accept the watch  _-.-a.ifl chain as a small token of appreci-  j.-alxon. of the   citizens of   Greenwood.  ..._Ht__aop3d that he would live to  a ript-  ���-���aiM. age .ki   peace,   but   if eyer again  v sailed. Hpon to fight the empire's  bat-  -������__ Ike \would on behalf of Greenwood's  ���-sHl-izens ask him to wear their token al  She front.    (Applause.)  ._���_._-J.jieuLLeckie  nfaceT--regiment of Boefsthan be asked  Tto make a speech,, but he exhibited the  -sasus courage as on the battle field and  suitably  acknowledge   the   gift.     Ht-  asaM in-part:     I  thank  you  for your  ��ei__-h-_sastic reception and I am naturally highly flattered at the ovation you  .Jbiaveg-iveu me, but at the  same time I  ��T5S<Qg!iiize that I am only a particle of  yfihat .-splendid body  of men who went  -frum Canada and  who fought for the  '.'-Union   Jack., and   although   the   war  -mtg-it not  have been  entirely  justifi-  ���.������able Sn the eyes of many, it was simply  aiixder a misconceptipu of what brought  about the war,    Thev think that it was  -forced upon Great Britain by capitalists  ���whereas it was no such  a   thing.    The  Avar was  undoubtedly  brought on by  tin" Boers themselves who in their arr-  og.iz.e and   ignorance   thought  thai  -they could  win   thi.  fight.    Their cry  ������-ivis Africa for Africanders,   and   thev  have   been sci eniing and plotting and  uiporting guns and    ammunition for  ^yaam to make from Transvaal to Cape  Toffs one Republic under one flag, and  -vuii  may   re._t  assured   it  was not the  Uritish   flag.     We   simply   went  out  -there and did  our duty iu  upholding  . rthe empire iu its darkest day and showing tfcat we wece sons of the  mother-  3and. still.     (Loud cheers).    Now   Mr.  ���CiMurman and gentlemen   you  cannot  expect a long speech from a  man   who  :i_> a. soldier. If ever tne mother country  needs -js again I am willing to give.my  .Tiifft in the defence of the Empire I am  S_r<-.'._& to  belong  to,   aud I once more  -.���tfaayfc you for all the kind  things you  "ita.--,-. *_aid  about  myself and my men  whf- ire quite as patriotic  as myself.  "Let us hope for a speedy  ending to the  -,:v��� :r and  prosperity  and happiness to  Great   Britain   and   all   her  colonies,  .2 __.-_cls.lly Canada, of which I am proud  to be a citizen   and am proud to be a  -/citizen ^f Cireenwood.    (Cheers.)  Srcsh caudj- at Semerac_"._. Ccpper  .street.  PROMPT   DELIVERY  V. & N. TEL. 12.3.  KOOTENAY FUEL AND AGENCY CO.   SELLS   Wood, Coal, Ice, Oils, Tile, Fire Brick, Cement, Etc,, Etc,  Seasoned Fir or Tamarack j Wood any lengths,  Crow's Nest Pass Coal $7,00 a Ton.  i LOON LAKE ICE DELIVERED DAILY  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  "DUWBfflff^^  JV.CG_LL STUDENTS IN B. C.  Summer School of Mines Class Will Study In  TWs Province,   y  The Summer School of Mines, ih  connection with McGill University,  Montreal, was founded some years ago  for the purpose of giving a post gradu-  tte course to those of its students who  have taken the mining and engineering course at the University. This  "inishing course by the Summer School  i now looked upon as very important  u completing the education of mining  -ngineers and in giving our embryo  -xperts a practical knowledge of mining by a course of study in the mining  listricts of Canada. This year.��the  summer class numbering twenty-five,  with four instructors, will spend a  couple of months in the mining camps  of British Columbia. The party left  Montreal, May 1st, and are now at  British Columbia, after spending a few-  lays in the national park as the gue. ts  >f the C. P. R., after which the real  work of the tour begun. . Fr m  Janff the class will go to the Slocan  ������There a thorougti study of the silver-  lead ores; aud-the formations Jn_._which  they occur will be made. The free  milling gold ore districts of Nelson  and Ymir will also be examined. An  extended stay will be made in Rossland where the copper-gold ores and  ind peculiar formations of Red mountain will be subjects for careful study  and on which a course of lectures will  be given.  From this point the C. P- R. smelter  at Trail will be visited and the students  is afforded an opportunity to study the  treatment of various ores as accomplished at a modern smelter. Short trip  through the Boundary will be made  after which the party will return East  via the Crow's Nest Pass, breaking  their journey at Fernie where they  will examine the coal mines at that  point. On arriving at Montreal the  balance of the summer will be devoted  to a careful study of the notes, observations made on the trip and a complete course of lectures on the practical  working of mines and the reduction of  ores will finish the education of a  quarter of. a hundred expert mining  men. - With the party are several  British Columbians, among whom is  noted "Norman Parlee, of Rosslaud.  GREENWOOD IS THE  CENTRE OF, THE BOUNDARY GREEK DISTRICT.  tv.M-1  ��� ������ It is The  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both smelters. Do not miss seeing  them.    Smith & McRae.  METHODIST CONFERENCE.  The annual Conference of the Methodist church iu British Columbia was  held in Nelson last week. The Stationing Committee submitted their first  draft. Under this arrangement Pev.  B. H. Balderson of Greenwocd goes tu  James Bay Church Victoria and Rev.  \V. Gordon Tanner conies to Green-  woo 3.  Rev. James A. Wood is appointed to  Grand Forks and Rev. John D. P, Knox  to Phoenix.  GREENWOOD. DEADWOOD,   .'  SUMMIT,      LONG LAKE,      SKYLARK.  WHITE AND. ATWOOD WELLINGTON,  SMITH'S. .  And Otner Boundary Creek Camps.  e��  HAVE BRANCHHES IN THE CITY,  . , , , For Prices of Lots and Other Information, Address , . .,  9    W^V &  GREENWOOD, B, C,  -M9___" ���iliS5=XZ*!*S&SB&*i''  -*.  /-.Jw.-_-->--_:-1~"?_ *-j^^v*._-wi*.6y?.^-v^iw��^-:r-v  -*'  ^  TH GREENWOOD WBBKIyY TIMES.'  Page 3.7  w*  ^^^^s^^^^^^2^ffi3^_^^laj  FROM NELSON  THE ENDING OF THE DES RIVERIES  t'"' CASE.  FOUND NOT GUILTY,  Verdict   Was   Popular���The   Fistic  Fiasco���Getting.   Ready For Bitr  Dominion' Day Celebration.  Ne_,son, B. C. May 10th, [Special.]  ���It took the jury less than: IS minutes  to set James F. McGill des Rivieres,  charged with the murder of Harry  Rowand, .a: .'free. man. -Tonight-; des  Rivieres is a guest at the Hume Hotel  and is receiving congratulations on all  sides. The verdict here was a popular  one. Throughout the morning and  afternoon sessions today the court  room-was crowded. Des Rivieres was  the first witness called on his own  behalf; His version of the sad affair  of last February 16th was that Thomas  Jones, and Harry Rowand came to his  cabin at Denero early in the afternoon.  Shortly after eight o'clock Jones went  to bed. Rowand went out to get a  bottle of whiskey���as the supply on  hand had all bt.-.--i consumed. He  returned to the cabin, and without any  provocation, assni-.od tiie "prisoner.  During the struggle which ensued,  while Rowaud held him down over the  bed and was attempting to strangle  him, he stabbed h';i. twice, inflicting a  mortal wound. Des Rivieres cross-examination by W. A MacDonald, K. C.  lasted for over ly-o hours, but the  crown's attorney ���>as.utiable to shake  his evidence. Ait;.,- the examination  of three witnesses proving the prisoner's previous g.-'o-J behaviour his  counsel, B. P. D;'_v;.s; K. C. addressed  the jury. Seldom '���������>.. =uc.l. an eloquent  plea for acquittal ���><���.���... _;.".ard iu any  court in (his prov���'��� :���-���������. Mis Lordship,  Justice Drake's -*ii:������ -:.j'e was in favcr of  the prisoner.    Orr tin. itrst ballot of the  jury 11 were for .;���-.���  a verdict of guilt ���  was jUiianimous^    ������  Rivieres au oviii...  witnesses and fti.s-  around him to ex--:  To the corrcspof ���..-.  said at the Hum -  tended shortly -i* ...  his effects ij.iui.},*������-.-  From thcr<: it <"���; .-..  that he will ��uil     -j  health is good, 'out  less from  nervo-,._.  pr'tial and one   for  .   'Pi-.:: second ballot  .-. \:o'.::iois gaye   des"  :.i.m   his   counsel,  >. s s/i-ed ily crowded  . ojjrigratulationa.  ���������."���  ;..''������\\-.-i Times   lie  ������������������''.;   t   ,.i.-.t be in-  .;:.'  ��� i>ac!'*  Up  ���'.!���   .  -a, hii. home.  ,i-.i)   probable  ���  i) ���-. Africa.    His  ���in.- su.f*srs. more  or  it. el .'tigs���result ing  of officers and committees, has been  started. It is hoped to make the affair  this year better than ever. The regatta  and fireworks display in the evenings  are to be prominent features. There  will probably be a baseball tournament  for the fans, and the athletes will be  provided with two days of amateur  sport for which substantial prizes will  b*. offered.  Special Rates to Halcyon Springs..  !  ~   , The Canadian Pacific   Railway   has  placed ori-sale from the 3rd May to 30th  September, tickets from Greenwood; to  Halcyon springs and return at rate of  $8.30, tickets  good going on Fridays  and Saturdays aud returning:leave the  Springs on Monday following.  In addition to this special rate   there  are always on sale thirty day tickets at  the usual special rate ..made' for   thirty  day round trip.ticket.'7 '      ':'���":��� -.'-���-.'���'  TheK. Fy-'ft'-.A-.-VCp.-.,. sells Crow's  Nest coal; .seasoned hard-wood, any  lengths, i-6on Lake ice; daily delivery.  Office opp. Windsdr Hotel. V. & N.  Tel.123. ' tf  Fresh strawberries received   twice a  week at Semerad's,-Copper street.  ��� Headquarters for dressmaking   and  milliner}' at G. F. 'Williams.  Poultry and good steaks always on  hand at the Gem restaurant.  For RBNT���Corner store with'three  ooms, papered, rent about $20. Apply The Times office, tf  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  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  filestore. The lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  J. W. MELI-OR.  Greenwood, B. C., May 2, 1901.  to  from the terrible .-'train he has been  undergoing since the night of the  unfortunate happening at Denero.  There is an angry crowd of sports in  town late tonight. The 20-round go  between Charles Goff aud James Burns  proved a fiasco. The men stayed tp  ^theHmit,_but,fighting_ytaa_munk"^wn_  quantity. The bout can best be  described as slow. Archie McNaugh-  ton of Vancouver refereed the contest  and Dan Thomas of Rossland was  time-keeper. The referee declared it a.  draw, and there went up a ��� howl from  Groff'a supporters that threatened to  briny down the roof of the opera house  and for a few minutes the stage was a  perfect bedlum.  At the end of the 20 rounds both men  Were fresh. Goff did most of the  sparring, tapping Burns at will, but  the blows bad no weight behind them.  The affair was a diet-appointment, and  it will be many a. day before Nelson's  ���porting fraternity can hope to pull off  another contest. Rossland Bent over a  large delegation on a' special, and both  Greenwood and Sandon contributed a  number of lovers of tbe manly art.  Rossland sports backed Goff heavily  and were particularly sore at the  decision.  -.'iTURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SIIVPWAREI  BAR GOODS  The  1 trgest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  ��*#<.*�����<.<�������� it**************  9 9  I X F.J. MITCHELL^!  *     : : ��� *  For the past few days there has  been quite adelegatation of Greenwood  loiks in the city. At the Phair Hotel  are Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Keefer, Mr.  andMfs. W. G. McMynn, Clive Prinjjlie  and 'F. J. Finucane. At the Hume are  Dr. G. M. Foster, Provinciai Constable  Joe Darraugh, C. Cunningham and I.  Robert Jacobs.  *  "*"      ���'���-   -          ���"*;  * _-  ��� .*  ii  Why i  ft  i  T T al?            ��  9  ��             ��  IM  ��� ������.ftft  '���  ��. .  �� lila s-  7__       - -*  �� ,  ��������11 Bf _#        *-  tt  ���Duyr j  ft   !  ��� *  ft   '  *���  ! ��l-  ��� i  ���   ������m  ���.;,  ��  11.  Shop worn goods ft  for  your Fall Suit J  �����  ft  lll-l  whon yon can secure  *  ���  ,-:������-   .    ������;���.���    it;,--   <.  ��� '  *  lilt  r:   ������>������. .''������-.'.>������ iT'-.itil-*'   $  ft  pattern which hare ft  ��' ,  lii  ft .-;������ . ������?  just arrived. .          .��  **r*-               9  ���   ;  ���  The Thursday afternoon early closing  movement, inaugurated two weeks  since, is liable to be discontinued.  While the majority of tbe merchants  agreed to close, several small concerns  failed to do so and this is the principal  cause for friction.  t The Biggest aad best J  �� assortment of Fall Suit* *  ���* togs ever brought into *  * the Boundary. XX ��  ��   ���   ' ���'.' - *  ft ���.:      ���       "   ���     ' -    "��� i ��� ��� " .��  Nelson's annual carnival is to be  held on thelst and 2nd July. The pre-  liminery work, such as the appointment.  ��  ft  ft#��$#-J *?"?-.  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  JENCKES MACHINE O  i  9***********9*  9 9  | in stock | Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  1 ��?SSLAND S Buckets,-Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps,  Chain Blocks*  wr Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  $ Warehouse. |  ���ft ���.���:'���  9  9**9*****9***9  CANABIAN RANB BRILL C  9  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  R. P. WILLIAMS,  F. R.  i i-  \<4>-  *(JB��-  4-  GBEENWO0D.   B.C.  ROSSLAND,   B.C.  '-*5��  ^iiUiaiUiiiUiauuuuuuuiftUiiuuiiiiiiiUiUiUi.  On ���S)e Ulest  fork of  mmmsmm  i.  3  3  ^38  OF THE WEST FORK.  *  SURVEYS ARE NOW BEING MADE AND LOTS  WILLSHORTLY BE ON THE MARKET. CARMfr  CITY ADJOINS THE GROUP OP CLAIMS ON  WHICH  THE CARMI  MINE IS THE CENTER.  Cbe Shipping group o! tht /���  ��������  �����*>->  District  *������  Carmi is the Mining Center of the Upper West Fork Country; Hbbb..  Townsite adjoins the Carmi Mine, which shipped 2,000 tons of ore tatfts  smelter during tho past winter, and upon vrhJch development is befi^  pushed in order to be ready for continuous shipments when railroad is_  completed to Carmi.  . . . FOR TERMS WRITE . . .    :  3aine$  ganm* me.  Tmrnm^  3111 i 118, II IS 1? n H  1  1  f ��� ii  )    .: r  ���'--ii'  LI  It  ���it.  ���'��  ?i--  x .a. n^j  i.  Page 4.  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  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.  Cbc  Uleelily times*  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross   ..Editor.  THURSDAY, MAY 1* 1901.  men'.. The Herald of Montreal is as  truthful as. it is sarcastic when it  says -  "Who bought the" claims for mines  of oYir prospectors in British Columbia?   T\he Americans !  "Who sold them to the Canadians  afterward, pocketing fat profits ? Tbe  Americans!  "Who have developed our wood-pulp  trade?   The Americans!  "Who sold us the wonderful Stanley  mine?   The Americans !  "Who started the iron industry in  Sydney, Cape Breton ? The Americans!  "Who pocketed the millions therefrom ?   The Americans !  "Who is the moving- spirit at Sault  Ste. Marie ?   An American !  "Who has obtained elevator privileges from our harbor commissioners ?  Americans !  "Who fails to build elevators, and  thereby helps Buffalo ?   Americans !  "Who will gobble our meat export  trade ?   The Americans !  "Who have bought all our petroleum  wells ?   The Americans !      .  "Who was called to reorganize our  Grand Trunk Railways? ":'.'An 'American !  "What architects get the work''ifor  our largest and finest buildings?  Americans !  "Who are quickest to appreciate and  employ our. smartest'' young men ?  Americans!      ";  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW.  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address:   "hallett."  HON. MR. TURNER.  .WEST FORK RAILWAY.  Mr. Turner's political opponents ns  well as his friends felt gratified that  after a long career in the legislature he'retires with almost universn.  expressions of good Will. Mr. Turner's  personality commends itself to everyone who comes in contact; with-him..  Affable,- courteous and always taking  a strong interest in everything* that  from his point of view would tend to  promote the interests of the province:.  The criticisms which were directed  ag-ainst his administration arose .from  no feeling of antagonism towards himself. As Agent General at I_onclo.i h<-  has a good field for work in the ini ��� ���_*���  est of *the province. * .His intimate  knowledge Of all parts of the proving...,  his extensive connection as a successful business man will surely be used in  promoting the development .of tlie  province in '-which he has so long resided and with whose politics tie h.._i  been closely connected for over fifteen  years. '._.        -..'..,  Heavy and S!ielf4IaTdwdre, Groceries and  Pro ' '  Codes  Bedford M'Neill's   Greenwood,  Moreihg & Neal's  Leiber's.  I. H. HALLETT.  a. c.  H. C. SHAW.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  ft/jOLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Flood block, Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLbod.  U, *J '.-    ."' i/   *i   * M  The West Fork Railway is one of the  most-important transportation enterprises before the public. Now that the  house has adjourned and the smoke of  railway battle has cleared away, the  public generally will be sure to see  still more clearly the importance of  this connecting link. It is not only a  development railway but in the absence  of a direct Coast-Kootenay railway  which under the most favorable, circumstances could not be completed  wi .hin three years it is necessary to  secure speedier com uiunication between  the coast and the interior. The cities  of the coast are more directly interested than the interior. Rossland  Greenwood and other ci.ties in Kootenay  and Southern Yale have direct communication with tho east. The circu-  lous route v ia Revelstoke to the coast  involves several transfer:, that makes  the carrying of goods expensive an.',  inconvenient. A connecting link  between the C ii W. ami ihe -Shuswap  &Ok;inagaii would give cvinruuriii...  tion that con. : not be iinpruvei. upon  only by a l<_w huiii'a t>y tne muii. diiei.t  route.  The province is financially interested as the construction of the Midway & Vernon would relieve tie Jurden  ot interest now being paid on the S. Hz.,  ..0.-_-Takiqg_every.thirig_.into__.consider-  ation, the development of the rich  West Fork, the securing of speedy railway communication'to the coast relief  f .rom a heavy financial burden together  with other advantages that might be  pointed out, the Midway & Vernon road  should receive every encouragement.  We think it would have been good  business on the part.of the'province lo  grant the guarantee of "interest asked  for.   In any event the proposition vvith  the government   subsidy   of   $4,000 -a  ... ,, ,       ,,      .--.-    _-.��� ���'���������'_.. ���-- AjkI further take notice that action; under,  mile is one that   should   prove  attrac.   siect'on 37, nm >t be commenced- before the is-  tive to capital and the promoters should  So:i"'c�� of sl,c" ^tine-tic of improvements.  VANCOUVER,  We are Matr...  TTiru Clay crooilw. :  ami ail oilier As^  Battersea. and -  Catalogue am! f-  '.' V  Brv.i.-  '���*>T,  Also NELSON. B. C.  ���..���i.i--.,  .-,,ti ....  ;:! csri'f a large .stock of Balances, Furnaces,'  risswatv. Platinum Goods. Acids, Chemicals  Sou. -i>n:iits for Morgan Crucible Company,  and JM-afOii-.   Becker's Sons'Balances, Etc  ?M Cupel Machines.  pORBES 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 Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor.  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  ,:n. rt^wfc.n.���^^_n.  IM'  m  m  ,;>'*  *f&  ���_:-_r."iT;itrjuTji-.c _i -_>���_*_-.*__*-___���  tis  i'.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  "' NOTICE,   y    ,  TAMARACK   FRACTION,     Mineral   cla  _itu it. in  th. Kettle Kiver Mining Di. ii  o_    vale   District.     Where   locat.ul :.  '.mew wood camp.  '"'T^AM.K n..'"cu that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  .__. .���.i-rem for ilm Krl Syndicata, Limited.-* ree  Muivi .- Certiiirate No. -__.Hnot  in tend sixty .lays from the date lier-iof,  ui apidy _n me Mining- Recorder for a Certifi-  _ati_ of inijirovi'mo.nts, for the purpose of  obtaining:. Crown grant of .the above claim.  .And    further   Take notice'that action  under  Section 37,'must'bu commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this VJtli day of May, 1901.  M16 ���    I. H. HALLETT.  ": .<--*-���    *;.'      '���*"���*" **R?'=t''^ "Cf       W  ^^���tyy'l'i'M' I '-"'i  ....    .-**'   !-'l Si   ik-sd- A_b-#  's'As  MINERALACT.  Certificate  of  Improvements.  ���    ."NOTICE;      .���'.."( :'i  CROWN POINT Mineral claim, situate in the  Keltic River Mining Division of Yale Dis-  trict.   Where located :    In Crown   Point  '.:;.IU_>. ���'. ���'   .- '"' '���'���.'���'.   .'.', .-���  .:������  .ItlCNOXICE that I. Issac H. Hallett,:  !���' ixv. Mi ner's certicate No. B8003, for myself and as agent for John Douglas, Free  -vim...*:. ,;ertilicate No.BSU", John P. McLeod,  I'roe Miner's CertificateB29S69, A,N.Pelly,-B29S-  <...���._*: i>e Miiter'scertificate Net.. B297-7. intend,  sixi. .davs- fn'm tlie'date lie_co_,t'o apply to the  r.Iiuiiiy Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements for the puroose of obtaining a Crown  (Ii.mt nf tlie above claim.  ���"��������"  have no difficulty  undertaking.  in   managing-   the  AMERICAN CAPITAL.  ..' During'.the  heated  discussions  on  the advisability of allowing American  railways an entrance into this country,  florae   very  bitter things   have  been  '.'jittered and written regarding United  .States and American enterprise.    The  ''truth is that English capital no longer  .considers  British Columbia a favor-  Viable field for investment and the War  ���^SJagle and other flotations have soured  'eastern   Canadian capitalists.     Under  The circumstances, if the   natural  re-  ~ sources of this country is to be rapidly  developed,   we  must  look  more   and  more  to  the  South ;for  the  needed  capital.   In the exploitation of the re-  resources of New Ontario,  American  capital was largely drawn upon.    It  was in United States that most of the  Dominion Iron and Steel   company's  issue of $15,000,000 was underwritten  last year.   It   is   in   New   York   and  Philadelphia that a million  dollars %i��  being obtained for new steel works at  Collingwood,   Ont.       To   the   United  States, Mr. Clergue has hither to looked  for the vast sums   required   for   his  Tarious     undertakings.       Even      in  Boundary   district, American   capital  has done much towards its develop-  iiprovemehts.  Dated this 3rd day of May, 1900.  1. H. HALLETT. **'  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  '    ���    ' NOTICE.  IVA LENORE Mineral laim, situate In the  Kettle River Mining- division of Yale district. *Wlieiu. located: Iu South-Deadwood  i:&mp.  TAKE  NOTICE that I.  Isaac  H.  Hallett.  Free   Miners   certiiic.ue     N0. ��� 19.61A,  In-tend,       '  si**"1" days    ���     from        the  date ��� hereof, i'Mcnd to apply to the mining-  recorder .for a certificate of improvements for  the purpose of.o^'aining a crown grant to the  above claim.   ' '-���; -.- ,   ��� M  And further t^ke notice that action, under  section 37, must be commence before the issuance of ouch certificate of improvements.  Dated this 29t_l day of April, 1901.   I.H.HALLETT  .-"WW**--, r- WHW^-wKw^aaaK^vj  . *v/.i^.u.w��i'ir-ltti:i'*��w_i*  isj>fe.i'-v  ^:m?  ib  'i_' tJT'o 'i  ;.t!MlTED LIABILPTY.  REPRESENTING ;  PHOENIX  FIS  *ry,  .-���VJ?  FRANCE CO.,  ''IT LOIMDON, ENGLAND,'  77,WES-TERN ASSURAJ  ;��  co.  j    OF TORONTO.  "BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,    <���  OP TORONTO  LIVERPOOL AND L6ND0K AND GLOBE  ASSURANCl. f.O.,OF LONDON,'ENGLAND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO.;  ' OP TORONTO.  GEO. 'ft NADfiN,  Manager  IMB��Mm.jr W*l i m ��  JHcErilire  mcDonnel! �� Co��  * * *  and Real Estate  ������ '���'-.���  Greenwood and Myers Creek,  %-  HALCYON WATER  ���*  THE B. G, WHOLESALE; LIQUdfe COMPANY  ARE GENERAL AGENTS FOR THIS POPULAR  NATIVE WATER,       y  THORPE &C��;  NB1*S��N,B. C.  !| ����15!-  GHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and '  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD.   .-      ;      ;      :   B.C.  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering.;  Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted  Land aud Engineering Surveys  VV. A. BAUER: C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT C.E if.LS  XIANCOUX/EK BREENXVOOD  Wood   Block,   next  door   to    Custom   office,  GREENWOOD. B. C.  MORTGAGE  SALE.  Notice is hereby given that there will be sold  by public auction on Saturday, the Sth day of t  June A. D. 1901, at 12 o'clock noon, at the post  office iii thc town oi Greenwood li. C, all and  singular the lauds following, that is to say:  In the city of Greenwood, in the province of  "British Columbia, aud being composed of an undivided one-half interest iu and to lots IS and  16 iu Block D, subdivision of lot 001, group one,  Osoyoos Division, Yale District,- British Columbia, an undivided one-half interest in lots  1 and S, in block 2 of slibdi vision P of said lot  601. An undivided one-quarter interest iu and  to lots 3 and 11 in- said Block 2 in said subdivision P, under and by virtue of a certain  mortgage dated the 21st day of September,  IS'?., which mortgage 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. -  f.' Solicitor for Mortgagee..  MINERAL ACT, 18%.  Certificate of Improvement.  : ,_.;   NOTICE., '...,-  ALTA  Mineral Claim,' situate in the .Kettle  ��� River .Mining Division   of Yale   Disrict..  Where located:   In Providence  camp  Adjoining the Rob Roy mineral claim.  TAKE   NOTIE  that   I,   Arthur  Murdoch  Whiteside, as'agent for C- N. Mardon,  free miuer's certificate No. B 21435, Denny Moy-  Ian. free miner's certificateNo. B29S684, P. W.  Dillon, free miner's certificate No'."' Al8597,and  Louis    I.    Ostroski    free ; mlneris certificate  No.    185.6    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 .(Jraut of .fUe^'  above claim. "' ' '   '  And further take'.notice that action, tintfer  section .-^7,. must be. commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of April, 1901. ' '  '      A. M. WHJTESIDE.. ���  MINERAL ACT, 1896.'  Certificate of Iniprovement   .  .; .     NOTICE,      .    ' .  EMERALD Mineral: claim, 'situate"' in* the  Kettle River Mining Division of,Vale District. Where located: In Deadwood camp.  TAKE -NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson, Fre<? Miner,'-" .Certificate No. B. 8120'  for self .and as agent for I'.-H. Hallett, Free  "Miner's Certificate Nq.. 80P?���and Lindsay Mc-  Carreti Freei Miner's Certificate No.  B3O022 "intend.-:- sixty. :--days from  the daJte hereof, .to applv. to the Mining-  .RScor'cfer for a Cerflficafe of'Irapravemeiits; Ior-  tha:-purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  'above Claim- '::    '     i   ��� -     '   ���  ''- A.hd further.lake: notice that'action, nnder  Section 37, must be commenced before the is--  suance of such Certificate of Irapfovements-  Date4 thip 1st day. of Jan uary, A, D. 190L: , ���  . .  "V SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  i-.:..-..  . MINERAI; ACT, 1896.  -      Certificate of Improvement-  . NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. __5. Shaw as  agent for James R. McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificat-* No. B1356 and William H.  MCMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B-3S93-  intend; sixty days from date iiereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im  provements for the puroose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the abo ie -laim.  And further take notice that action nnder  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 C. _E. SHAW.  ���.-ti*..  ������*.**:'; . -*il,ii.��i-.:iji5i��^ ._.,,  ^^vy*  ..>:���...-  Vf5  d_  THE} GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page '5.  5    '.   ft  LOCAL HAPPENINGS.  J. C. Haas, M. E. is expected in from  Spokane, next week.  P. W. W. King, of the Snowshoe  mine, was here Monday.  Provincial Constable I. A. Dinsmuir  is over from Grand Forks.  Dr. George M. Foster has been visiting at Spokane during the week.  Thos McDonnell is away on business  to Bolster and Concunuully, Wash.  Fred Oliver; manager Morrison  Mines, Limited arrived in the city last  Saturday.  Hugh Murray, of Midway, has  rented D. A. Holbrook's hotel at Boundary City.  W. B. Wilcox, editor of the Phoenix  Pioneer paid the city a brief visit on  Tuesday.  F. J. Finucane returned to the city  on Tuesday from a trip to Nelson and  Rossland.  C. B.' Davis, a mining mail of Couley  Co}, was here the end of last week and  proceeded to phoenix.  J. G. Whiteacre on the road for  Mason & Risch Piano Co., of Toronto,  is at the Imperial Hotel.  H.'M. Fullerton, with Wilson Bros,  wholesale grocers af Vancouver was  here the first of the week.  Special services are being held at  St. J.udes Mission, Church of England  today, it being Ascension day;  Superintendent J. P. Keane of the  Cariboo, passed through the city Mori-  day on his way to Camp McKinucj .  Rev. Mr. Anderson" of the Presbyterian church, returned to Greenwood  froma visit to the coast ou   Saturday:  Rev. Ferguson Miller, who occupied  the pulpit of the: Presbyterian church  last Sunday left on Tuesday for'-"Fair-  view.  '"'    "       y   '"���  Miss Manahan head nurse al _>*-.  Spankies hospital returned Here S.uiu-  da3r from a month's visit to _i_<_umc Jaw,  N. W. T.    ,       .-   -   ���      ,.  H. McCutcheon leit-ou   . i u'As-yt-.   -,-..���  Rossland  to   attend a uiyi-Uiig ui..'lit.  John Bull Miiiqs, l_/iiuited;, iic.J i  city yesterday.  Dave Morgan and .; liu -<_;ii.iii\.  back front*ft visit to '-'.he   s>i:_.! ..7  ���.Janies Breen of .the JAiiii1.in  ;>.- -.-j   . 1"      '  Company, is in Piiocui... ;  John Dorsey,.manager ' ���-'      ... ���-.-* ue  Bell, in Suminitcaiiip spell' __.-.in .'���';. \n    ���'*'���  the city, and left e;i;'i> ... ��� . ���  Chicago and MihvatiKci.'.  P. F  Richardson, ;i '��� ������������  of White Horse iind   11 ������   ���  for a "Vancouver v.-liiKv:>:,.      .. -7'  ��� ���  at the Imperial on S..n;.,:.: v . ", ���  The adjourned   gcin'ivi' ,...-.. .���-���-.:   ��� -:  the We'stei~i Copper Co.-iii,-.. ...,..-,  will be held in the oilice oi    ivLusaai  ii ! _; -  Laidlaw next Monday at j    .^...c>  .... ;   ''  the afternoon. ^ .'-   '  ....'- " ' -      ��� ���-'  ( Ex-MayOr Wallace of R-'.>.-si .ut-.x   >'"'��,'  7  returned from a visit to!tho  >iuupi;i*in_o ;   7  !  ���; I ii  in the vicinity   of   Caiiyou'.t.Cx'ly   aiiii : ,.  White blouses, all sizes and prices at  G. F. Williams. :  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. 'C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents  H. E. Croasdaile of the Hall Mines  Smelter, D. A. McFarland and A. G.  Gamble of Nelson are registered at the  Armstrong.  The Greenwood Lawn Tennis Club  has invited.the members of the Grand  Forks Tennis Club to visit this city'on  May 24th for a series of games.  (Clerk wants situation. Seven years  experience in the' grocery business also  understands the boot and shoe business  and gents furnishing business, best of  references, address box 656   Rossland.  R. Grieger, accompanied by his wife  and family will leave on Sunday for  Conconully, Wash. The family will  remain their visiting for several weeks  Mr. Grieger returning here early next  week.   . . '..-���''  The Canadian Pacific R'y are issuing- round trip tic__ets to Halcyon Hot  Springs, good going Friday and Saturday of each week, and returning Monday following date of issue. The rate  from Greenwood for the round trip is  $8.30.  The ladies of R. C. church were the  hostesses at a pleasant strawberry and  ice cream festival -in the National  diniug room Saturday afternoon and  evening. A large number attended  and besides the good to eat, were entertained bv a programme /containing  many excellent numbers, y / ��� y.  Wanted���Trustworthy'men and women i-.i travel and advertise for old es-  ini.iinhed house ot si-lid ririancialst.aiul,  iiig. Salary $780 a year and espenses-  ali payable in cashJ Nn. canvassing  required. Give references and enclose  stflr audressed , stamped-. - envelope.  Adaress  manager, 355  Caxloi.  Bldg.,  Ol.'h-iigO.  - i-v1;. is let ���<���'���... it tit-! Ho'e. -Armstrong  ���Liii-xi.iv' vvei;i.; J. S. C FraseV, mana-  g'.-r. i.'-ai'x<. j . ."._.i>ntre.ii; C.1M1. \J.. JBrowij,  inn iiw.,iv. iii'.'iohani.; i-os*. Thompson,  ���nn.Mug .-per. ...a* atui Join. Is. irk up, gold  ."��������� :���.;'".-. i->:-i'.,it\.l."'R'.ssi.-!.n'd. J. P.  i-'   .' ���'������-'.-tii" -i'lii-; P. Burti;. andBlake  :i   ;-i'll'  ���     ���    ���   ��� .  Fresh fruit of all kinds at Semerad's-  Copper street.  The K; F. & A. Co., sells wood coal  and ice.    V. & N. Tel, 123.   ' tf  For a quick lunch go to the Gem  restaurant, Copper street.  For Rent���Unfurnished rooms, very  cheap.    See Smith & McRae-  -^      . ______ __X_ . ��� __. ��� - . ,-,_  PRICE UST.  Beans per can $0-15  Peas ..       15  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  Salmcm, 21bs ���     25  Mackerel^ per can fresh......:.....;....:      15  Herring,' per can, fresh................. >.   .15  BLerringV'tomato.sauce '.;;............ r    20  Preserved bloaters       20  Flour, Hungarian  1-50  Flour. Gold Drop  1,35  Potatoes, per cwt...   1.75  Oil, per case  . .        3.65  CF*  CF*  CF*  .Cr*  <��"**  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��� 9  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  Rest $7,000,000. 1^  President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount Roval,  Vice-Piesident:   Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager :    E. S   Clouston.  -Branches in London, Eng. Ic^V^lSU New ,York, Chicago  Buy and sell Sterling-Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial':ui'  Travellers' Credits, available in any part_of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  !>��!"*���  'r*=D  y3>  y>  ���...�����=P  ..-5  '.'����  ������:-.-��!  ��-_���>  TimmmmMMmmmmmMmimmik  THE BANK OF  ritish North A  Established 1836.     Inconooated by Royal Charter.  Capital, ^l,000,000-$4,866.66.  Reserve Fund,/350,000-$l,703,333.33  ut  i_i-.ii  VVil J  If t( :  -ii c   ,;i  -���-���/. lu   ...  .il   lit   SI",  A U     xc.  ru e.-s ���  ������'���.'��������� li:.  - ���;...xj 2-t. \x ii. be; ..ele-  ;.- by ine cuiEciis of Mid-  .i...-.i.-ivii    pi-', .ir.iiuiua     ot  '��� x a -���!.!������ ���-.-. :.'���_,.��� .-.-; .-> ',vi!i.  b_  -'."i ���'      U' ,'���'.���   :���-   'S    Ol'it-i'.fcll  ' . ���    . ��� ... ���   . .1-    ivliu-  ���''*''.' '.��� ;.- i -t (-i.il   111.:  ���'/���.-.      ���;    i   da t.. e  ��ll_��������^_X^0����4M>��WK��-^��O����^����^fr������������ _ ft- ..*  LIMITED.  WHOLESALE   G  1:0  /  .,.. ,ii     ..(..pi::  e wr. e   :n  .. .x   n . tie  ��� ���(i.   |.n(il*.  .   ,.-n   VUe  ���'���!-' T_t'ir_o  ��� ���,    .iv.   a.i  ������'.') .. n|;   lilc  au.jJ,    He  s bs  ; .;  iile    on side    rnuch  ir... iiiy-af c'���!   in ' Bouu-   , , ___(���_-_._._:.  expects to   leave" this   week   for   tlie -.-���      .,;  r       -..    .��� ���    v. . .-       .- ���      -. - I.'.-.- ,' IW- :.'.t.*'..'i  \  Smilikarneen.  Monday evening- at the Presbyterian  Manse, Alexander Olson, a miner  employed at the-Knob Hill; was tjnited  in nlareiage tp. Miss,. Ma^d.JEJiUfe7o.t.  Butte. .Mpntanaf ".'jfev.'":������ 2/fr������ 7Ai^.^rspi..  ' tied 'the kpofc-;^.; h~y'-y'^-''y ;7f7'77777  W. T.,Hunter.oi_ tlie Hunter-Kendricit  company who left for his old home in  North" Dakota last week, is expected to  return shortly accompanied by his  wife and family. They will take up  their residence on   Kiniberlev  avenue.  E. Escalet, lqanager of the Clarendon Cafei-Rbssliind, was in the city'the.  end of last week and returned home on!  Monday's . train. While here he  arranged for work* to'be startfed on' the  Dewey claim, across Copper creek froin  the smelter.  R. P. Williams resident agent for  the Jenckes M-tchine Company, this  week sold.tlie.Morrison Mines, Ltd a  No, 7 Cameron Pump which is to be  delivered at the-��iine from the Rpss-  lajud warehouse immediately. He also  sold ttfe Old Iro-)6ides Company an, 8:  horse pqw^r'wibzfc hoist.; t   .     ;.'v   '"''  W. G". Gaunce, secretary of the Board.  pf-Traie returned toth'e [City oi> . Sai-  lirday'i train,, after an. absence : pf  three weeks. He spent most of the  time visiting at Seattle and' other  cities on the Sound, and took in the  legislature at Victoria. He expects1 to  spend the summer at Rendell.  The members of the Greenwood  Dramatic Club entertained their friends  to a picnic at Boundary falls last Sunday. Over 20 went down to the Falls  and spent an enjoyable day. Mr- and  Mrs. Frank Mollis and Mrs. Peterson  provided a recherche luncheon. On  the return to town the party drove to  the residence of Mrs. Peterson and  spent the evening. ,  p ._t. ten   days   consider-  in ,h.a.s. beetij^hiade   at   the  ____--rh!i-iarg-e--.��_ining^room.  -..-���.>r!j-<. ���ck'.vii .the centre  so*;.', to   mai><-.   two   stores.    The   rear  end of .he diui'ug room was also.cut oif  and al-.srnaller-.diuing' room made out of  it     with     three "* private ;��� boxes.    Iu  *the.;Windsdr:, Hoiei'ftK': roo-iis aftheend  of the bar hav^. be!f.i-r^iiu'A-.. ri;.so as to  inake^orie 'large   fxnt-ju ;'v ::���[   poul   an^  billiard tables ha\-.-''b-,'"'ri ;i.i:.Vi';SV ���-.  Dr. Mathison. den .isi.,   .. ���  Commerced  -Both "phones.  ol  f4RE AT. GREENWOOD.  '"Great.Northern Engineers:Camped Heart;  :���; ;.y-. ���;���; '- ib\ty. .���''  '.'��� A party of Great Northern engineers  reached Greenwood.Oir Wednosday anci  camped near the iSlkhorn t��\!-vi<r.v <jt  -he.'nofth.erii..��ad7Q��...the i>-.-,.-.i. .V  though nuvriertiu!.'-i;<,t);.r*-��� i'i.  sent out thutyii-iiii��v. ���'������( iv-.;-'���:<���������-/.-.' . '  be r.iia;:fro'iii.X.ars.oii.to''.i*V/ 's\-t.' .' ... ''':  Summit campyindicatioiik'iip'w". 'jjoi.ji  to tti&7commencemeniV of the-tliike tai>-  ping t|X..^j^^^vB.iiBps. from.' M.id-  way>y'p'a ^7l5ire'e 'per cejif'ifra'de ^he  line? from Garson ���������to- Summit camp  Would.tie~2f>.miles in, length and .only  serve three camps while the liiie from  Midway up ' the Boufidary valley  through ;Greenwood ;tb Summit and  PhbeniX'Cajnps would . be ������ the sair.e  length and with short spurs would tap  Smith, Deadwobdj Copper, Providence,  Long Lake, Summit, Phoenix-and  Wellington! camps. The easiest way  to secure ..the trade pf .the Boundary  district is through theiBonndai'jr Creek  valley. -  , WINE AND SPIRIT  ���������..��� MERCHANTS. I  ,     7 : :���: :������ ���     .   ��  VICTORIA,. B.  C'     I  Y  XI  ������I'-ADC )  -FOR-- ' - "  '       ��?  WRITING  rEST MATERIALS  EST    WORK  ENTIRE SATISfAJPTlO]^  Wallpapers...  'ty      Just received-,a,new-.stock;-  f of   the   choiciat jseiec.ted'-.-'  ?  ;:y      patterns.      :   *': *'"'.:"''    :  t SASH AND iyOOR^i    >  , :���>:- :.*���';; '':���-���' ��������� ���;������-���<:���,..*'���-���<-���  Best quality Cedar at  ' ;s!.cver before offered  '.>rcenwood.      :'      :     :  Home cooked meals, just the same as  you used to get before you left the Old  Folks at Home.   At Kerfoot's.  Fresh strawberries received twice a  week at Semerad's, Copper s-trc.-.i.,  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, ENGLAND-  H- STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal-  : Branches and agents in  all  the  principal cities  of   Cauaaaand ���<  ���   United States, and correspondents in all parts  ���0. of the world.  :.A GENERAL' BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTS  PLATE,   SHEET: 'AND  y!,yFAlV^vGLASliV.: ,.  OIZS,      I.BAP,       VARNISHES,    DRY  PAINTS,   ETC.,   BTC.V   ETC.,   KTC.  ROOM  AND   PICTURE   MOUUDIIs ."**.  - PICTURES FRAMED.  Artist materials^  USE MELLORS' PURE  READY MIXED PAINTS.  $2 PER GALLON,     .i  J.W.MELL0R  Copper Street. Greenwood  ��� -'W'^>*A����'VWN��*'">rA��w^W','W"'"*\/*"*W"*\, ���>  Greenwood Branch:   W. G. H. BELT, Manager.  THEfAMDIAN  _A_   ���y���--^S ^^/   ammmffm���mxwmxvmmMMmixrmxtm**-  With Which is Incorporated the  ^- OF. BRITISH COLUMBIA  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.    =  Capital, $8,0.00,000.       -.���.,.  Rest,.$2;000.0>  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B, E. WALKER, General Mar-,y  :: V        J. W.H.. SMYTHE, .'..  .-.Manager:Green-wood-BrancL.  wmmmmmy:,  Harvey & Robins. Proprietors.  :afe$f":Kt  !2sJ-V��"  .--.������ -       :'. ��� 7-iy'-7;-.Ai;'M;VA';^:j'.7.*?:ii-;'.  Copper Stree*l^ Crfeehwobd.'   "' y;  ^ii__gi-i!______S!-^v^-j^ _P  ^.^.^K^.V5A"��y:?^57.^r-y.A.r<'.*_^  IP  ��� ��9  .;���  Smoke a-William Pitt Cigar. ��� A.jolly g-i-veti  ������ -with  every, cigar  a-t jaeobs'.    Ask for' it."  ���  ������'���  ���   ,^M$^J-H^'yti^ ^��E?a���fh,6,,���^eBt,���'tifearS*i?���''i���'**,'l  .���"���.���V- ������'' '__x-"<x ���;������'   *'������'_- ���- ���_��� % J*iA^_w---"-V"L- x.- ..���.v.'--*?:;���' ���!��������:��� '.-.rrW  ..^..^���tlie^cqun^y   atyidaCOcS., r;:t :.,,,;,. t,;..,.,:;   ;.���..  ?:������  .V:  . ������  i;  ?.���'  >:���:  >_-��� ���  i  I-  . CLARENDQN HOTEL BLOCK;   -,<  - i -.���,,-. >.MiCopper Street.���'���'���"$��  AiUX��iV!3IXM}UX)$S!!)XSaS&!^^  ��� iii"   - ��� "; u.  ^uiUiiuauiuuitiiUiiuiiaiiUiiiiiiiuaiui  tZS    PBTER O.ENKU-E. PRES'. ������������'. ���,    ��� J. OBMELLE, VIOE-PR&B,'  C3S J. POUHORS, BKCftETARY.  I  r .-:v  LIMITED.  *y   ,t  General b__ice;    .   '     g?~  : * Greeriwooa, B'.' C.' _T~  Telephones:. :i  ' Columbia No.  Boundary Greek Nd;'  ������"yeruen-AiNfekson ���'���'  ' No. 26.  Onr Yards and Mills are  located as follows. :  Greenwood, Phoenix, Dead-  wood City, Eholt No. 1, Ehol No.  2, JQong- take, Rdck Creek, Skylark- Camp, Naknsp, Bobson,  Ymir and Rosslaud.  We Axe Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  in  ���nmnmnwmiimmfmmmnmnwwmymmmmHrowKr Page 6.  THE}  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  SEW SI  TO   BE   MADE   OF THE  IONAL BOUNDARY  INTERNAT-  L1NE.  MATTER BECOMING URGENT  .Covernments at Washington and Ottawa Have Decided Upon Methods  of Procedure.  The exact location of the 49th par-  .allel is giving the Canadian and United  States governments some anxiety-the'se  odavs.   Theyjare also interested in other  -.portions of the international boundary.  In this district there are good  grounds  for dispute over the location  of   the  boundary   line.    Near   Midway  there'  are two lines.     The  engineers  whose  duty it was to locate the 49th parallel  and   see ' that    suitable    monuments  imariced the same succeeded in running  two lines about half a mile a part for a  .considerable distance.   Which is which  jis  difficult  to   determine.   In   fact a  short time ago some sporty  gentlemen  were-seriously considering the narrow  .strip of land as a most suitable place  for pulling off one of the big fistic encounter* that have   been   stopped by  governors.of states and agentsjof law.  As there was no suggestion of a boundary   commission   at   that    time,    the  officers of either  country would have  been greatly in doubt as to whether  they had the right to   interfere   not  __nowing.iu..which.country,theland was  situated.  'Namerous other  difficulties  have arisen between the Atlantic and  the Pacific and the contemplated survey is urgent.  It is upwards of half a century ago  since the friontier landmarks were  placed. In the interim large centers of  population have grown up, both sides  ���of the line, vast industries have been  developed and fleets of steamers  brought into existence, on coasts,  lakes aud rivers, forever creating new  international interests.  In British Columbia, the impetus  given to mining interests by the charters for railways connecting with  American roads, and increasing investments of American capital, in all  directions, render an early delimitation  of the frontier imperative, in connection with trading and industrial enterprises. Discoveries of mineral deposits are constantly being made  along the frontier, at places not accurately defined on the/existing boundary maps, and respecting which there  is endless controversary and uncertainty.  Going East, there are boundary disputes in the new mining regions in the  southern corner of Manitoba and West-  ern~Ontafio, an d.in "the lakesectioT-V  As the new mineral districts are developing rapidly in population, in commercial value and in railroads connecting with the systems both sides of  the line, the necessity of an early settlement of these boundary disputes will  be readily recognized.  It has been found repeatedly in  recent frontier difficulties that the  boundary marks haye been-* wholly  obliterated, over long distances, and  not infrequently in remote parts where  mineral discoveries, or industrial  growth or the establishment of new  railways or steamship lines, or trading  concerns, are continually reportel.  Tbe disappearance of boun lary marks  is particularly noticeable in the forests  areas, and the demand for pulp limits  on the American side of the line makes  it advisable they should be restored  without delay. In some cas���, though  not often, errors have been found in  the sites of the old monument*, placing  American territory erroneously in  Canada, and vice versa.  The delimitation may consequently  be a somewhat slow, tedious and ex-  pensive affair. It may possibly take  several seasons to complete. The  Usual practice is for the Americans  and Canadian parties to work independently and not very far apart, with  consultation and agreement as the  line is run from point to point, as to  the exact positions of the new monuments and the most conspicuous places  in which to have them erected.  As Washington and Ottawa have  only just reached the understanding on  which the survey parties are to be sent  out, details have not yet been finally  arranged, but the parties both sides of  the line will, it is to be supqosed,  naturally take geologists with tbem to  investigate the mineral conditions by  the light of discoveries since previous  surveys. "Valuable as the work done  by Canada's geological survey parties  since confederation undoubtedly is,''  still it has been impossible to cover  the entire surface of the mineral lands  of the dominion. There are probably  no more gold fields like the Yukon  awaiting development, but the Michi-  picoten deposits which suddenly turned  out to be so rich and the Sudbury  nickel discoveries, which, after all  were quite recent, are thought to be  but indications of the existence of  equally abundant hidden wealth which  accident at any moment may reveal in  many other directions.  Only a comparatively trifling area of  the mineralized districts of Canada  have ever been prospected. Every day  brings reports of new finds. The coming delimitation will certainly add  very materially to the available information respecting the extent and  location along the Southern border of  Canada of her undevelooed mineral  wealth. 7 -���.������'.  It has never yet been satisfactorily  settled, for in stance,, where the Indians  coming fouth down the Gatineau in  their annual-spring migrations used to  bring their gold and silver. It was a  common thing for these people to trade  fine gold and pure silver with the palefaces for the commodities of civilization.' Many thousands of dollars-  worth of the precious metals, have  from fir st to last thus found their way  into strong boxes of the old time traders of Bytewn and Montreal, and  formed the basis for many a fortune.  None ever succeeded in inducing ''che  redskins to reveal the secret of the  source from which they derived their  precious little bags of treasure. It is  supposed they found the gold and  silver in the stretch of two hundred  miles or so of wild country that lies between the headwatets of the Ottawa  and the Gatineau rivers. In fact  - many ..traces of rich . deposits of - -gold  and Silver have been lighted upon f rom  time to time by lumbermen and miners  in that country, but the region has  never yet been carefully prospected.;  Whilst Canada is putting forth fresh  strength .to compete with the Pacific  states for the far Eastern trade, her  y-overnment has this week reached an  important decision affecting competition for the Western taaffic to the seaboard. Montreal is the key to tlic  situation. Without adequate transfer  arrangements there, everything else  fails, has failed. Mr. Tarte, minister  of public works, has at last carried the  majority of the cabinet with him in  his demand for heavy expenditures,  for the port of Montreal and the St.  Lawrence to transfer the former in  reality as it is in name into the principal ocean port in Canada though a  thousand miles up from the sea-  NOTICE OF.DISSOLUTION.  COPPER   STREET.  FORMERLY THE HORSE SHOE RESTAURANT  13 * M��W...- ��PEN  Our Coffee, Cakes, Rolls, Hot Waffles, Etc., Etc.,  are   strictly -the   best in    the   Boundary    district.  HUMER & FELLES.  Proprietors.  Notice is hereby given that the  partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned as Hotel-'  keepers in Camp McKinney, B. C, has  this day been dissolved by mutual  consent. All debts owing to the said-,  partnership are to be paid to Henry  Rose at Camp McKinney aforesaid,  and all claims against the said partnership are to be presented to the said.  Henry Rose, by whom the same will be  settled.  Dated at Camp McKinney  this 6th.  day of may, A.D., 1901.  Signed :   Alexander McAul-Jy.  Henry Rosa.  Witness :   Henry Nicholson, J.P.  CABLE ADDRES8 :  MAORI.  code :  moreing &hnbal.  ilii H Un ii  THOS. MILLER, Mgr.  TO LET:   Building suitable for Stores or offices.    Lot on Copper Street,  business   centre.  I.0R SALE:   Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD, * ��� ���' B- ��-  ���FOR���  PAINTING  -PAPERING,-.  DECORATING  AND SIGN  WRITING  EST MATERIALS  EST    WORK  ENTIRE SATISFACTION  WALLPAPERS...  Just received a new Btock  of the choioest selected  patterns.     :      :      :       :  SASH AND DOORS  Best quality Cedar at  prices never before offered  ia Greenwood.-     :       :. ��� ':  P^ATE,   SHEET   AND  .    FANCY GLASS.  OILS,      1XAD,      VARNISHES,    DRY  PAINTS,   KTC,   ETC.,   ETC.,   ETC.  ROOM   AND  PICTDRE  MOTILDIIVM.  PICTUiRBS FRAMED.  ARTIST MATERIALS.  USE MELLORS' PURE  REAM MIXED PAINTS.  $2 PER GALLON,  J.W.MELLOR  NM  b  I  COMPANY.  LIMITED,      R. GREIGER, MGR.  x x x tents For Pabst Beer, x x x  Complete Line Bar Supplies. ....GREENWOOL  ��� ���  J."-*/  ._>���*���  iiimnnmiiiipi i.t, mnnKiMmiij  MRS.LARKIN  Has   taken   charge  of   tht  rooms in the  Jfudiforium  CHOICE C.GARS   AND �� |' j   /? Q Q fS/l S  Where she will be prepared to  look after all her old custom  ers and as many new ones as  she can entertain. The rooms  are well furnished and comfortable; rates reasonable. If  you need ���  Call   and   see   her   before   taking elsswhere.  meDofineil $ Co,  ������  and Real Estate  Greenwood and Myers Creek,  Copper Street  Greenwood  ri bi* ���!_��������Mt ti i��in. tm �� nm ��i�� ��im a ��� *'��  R. P. Rithet & Co. |  LIMITED.  \ WHOLESALE   GROCERS j  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C  Wc can  strongly    recommend   thia  Pump to those requiring Its special type.  The extreme convenience of the outside  packed "form enables It to be readily  packed and taken op/The absence oi the  projecting- valve pear is a valuable feature in aYoldlng-breakatreadnrlnsr hoisting- and lowering- in the confined -pace  where these pnrapa are used. It le fitted  with convenient-suspendlng- "hooka: and  the piping- arrangement takee ap the  least possible space. Mining- superintendents and those interested In Mining  Machinery would consult their interests  by sending- for catalogne and quotations  before installing their plants. We  manufacture Pumping Machinery for  every conceivable duty.  ��� We have given special attention to tbe  construction of all Pomplnt Machinery  required for Mine Work and also Manufacture any type of Pomp tor any Special  Duty. Pumas actuated by Compressed  Air. Pumps for Bad Mine water. Station  Pumps, etc., etc. Catalogue and specifications upon reguest.  111U1PM  LIMITED  TORONTO,   CANADA  Cunliff & McMillan,  agents at  Rossland; Geo. A. Walkem &  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  T  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "CARMI"   Mineral   Claim,   situate   in  the-.  Kcitle River Mining Division of Tale Dis-- ���  trict   Where located :   In Carmi camp on.  the West Fork of Kettle River.  AKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerbyi.  C.E., as agent for Ednmund Heathcoto-  Thruston, sree miner's certificate No. 27621,.  George A Sonneman, free miner's certificate  No. hB42020, and Joseph E. Branscombe,.  free miner's certificate No. B42019, i'n-���  tend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  tp 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 10th day of April. 1901.  FORBES M. KERBY  MINERAL ACT. 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  ItAURA mineral claim, Bltnated in thc Kettle-.  River mining division of Yale district.  Where located :    In Long Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. -S. 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 this 12 day of April, WOO.  3iu-7. C. _tt. SHAW.'  MINERAL ACT. 1899.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICB.  ,'PINHOOK",   "WORLDS    FAIR   FRACT-.  ,10N"and"MISSING LINK NO. 2 FRACT*.  ION" mineral claims, 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 George R. Naden, F.ree Miuer's.  Certificate No. 14357a, and James S. C. Fraser,.  Free Miner's Certificate no. B29234. intend, ,  sixty days from date liereof, to apply * to tho.-.  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown-  Grants of the above.claims.  And fnrthertake notice that actions, nnder  section  37, must be commenced before the is-.  suance of such Certificate's of Improvements.  .Dated this 25th day of February, A. D. 1901.  3m-ti I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.      :  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICB.  TIPTOP mineral clalm,"sltuated In the Kettle  River mining division of Yale district..  Where located :   Iu Skylark camp..  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, Free Mlners's certificate No.  8003B, intend, sixty days from the date-,  hereof, to apply to the mining- recorder-  for s^ certificate of jmprovements forthe pnr*  pose of obtaining .a crown grant to thej-  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the ia*"*  ance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 27th day of March, 1901.  .'������������ I. H, HALLETT.  RAILWAY-  Direct Route, Unequalled  Service    to   all    points  EAST AND WEST.  BTBAMSBZP BXKVICB rtOM  *~m*.  j-ro;i.ti ;, ���  ver;_  jCHINA,  JAPAN  VACOUVER  rmiiin-iiiinsiiw  MtMMMWM  CAPE NOME]  ALASKA  POINTS,!  THROUGH TICKETS TO AHD FROM  ENGLAND ANDTBECONTINENT'  For timetables, rates and full information apply to nearest local agent.  %. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  t*��~f��>JS .---V-  J. S. CARTER,  D. P. A.,N��l��on,B.C.  E. J. COYLE,  A.G.P.A., Vancouver l?5?*ivU3!'?l,|-l\   .���^���JSFKLJ.^i-.l.,  ^yysyyyj.  ���~~���~r��!?rr'T~i���'  0  ��� ��� ������ ]M  ::m  '���'.iff  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLYgTlMES.  Page 7.  \  BACK FROM VICTORIA.  Robert "Wood and James Kerr Return From  the Coast.  ...Robert   Wood and   James  Kerr re-  7'turned    ou    Monday    from   "Victoria  where   they   spent   the   most   of   the  ���session in. the interests of the Midway  and   Vernon   railway.     They   report  that popular opinion is in  favor of the,  ���construction of this important piece of  -road  anil  that the subsidy of $4,000 a  mile mentioned  in the loan  bill was  .A'Oted for this railway  without opposition.   They are hopeful of being- able  to make the necessary arrangements to  ���build   the   railway   at  an.  early date.  Regarding- the political situation   at  tlie Coast, they stated that  nothing' is  known beyond the  newspaper reports.  Hon. Mr. Turner is going  to   London,  but   they   do   not   think   that  iu the  <cabiuet  reconstruction  lo    follow  his  -retirement, Martin Mclnnes or Brown  "trill be taken  in.     In  all probability  peace "will be  made' with  the bolting  .government supporters ahd Helmcken  "will be taken into the cabinet.  THE ELEVATIONS.  The Principal,"Points in the Boundary District  ^Now that railway- surveys are the  :fashion in the Boundary country the  ���elevations will be read with interest.  Here are the figures'given by the.C.  .P. R. engrineers :  .Summit (between Cascade and  Robson)    3,975  "West Robson...;:    1,410  'Cascade...:..     1,578  Grand Forks .". :....,......'.'..   1,737  .Eholt ....J...................:.... ���...:;   3,086  Greenwood    2,454  Mother L,ode       .7 3,322  Phoenix "Knob Hill siding)..    4,677  B. C. Mine ......    3,592  .Mid-way...:. .���...;. ..,.. .1,903  Violins, mandolins and guitars from  '$5.00 up at the Green wood Music Stor'.  WORTH MONEY-  'Some Sworn Figures Regarding Heinze's Company.  Cert-.in shareholders  in  the Amer.  ���can smelter trust having asked for an  ���in.unction   restraining   the trust from  acquiring!the Boston and Montreal and  Butte and. 'Boston  mining  companies  tfor    $56,260,000.     Sworn    statements  /were filed "ivith the court giving figures  to prove the value of the said companies.  The answer of Henry H. Rogers,  ������ice-president of the Amalgamated  Coppercpmpany, and, since"the death  of Marcus Daly, the acting president,  ��� admitted that the purchase of the Bos-  *ton and Montana company at $375 per  share would involve an expenditure of  ��� $56,260,000; ,but denied that such expenditure would be excessive.  " The answer further sets fourth that  the market value of the Boston & Montana stock is greater than $375; that  ���the stock is now selling  at $450 per  share, and that it is largely  dealt, in,  ���particularly^ in~Boston._^In^l890 __the  -company paid dividends amounting to  -$6,150,000 and   in   1900   dividends  of  - $6,450,000.   On   February   20,   1901, a  ���quarterly dividend  of  $1,500,000 was  paid.   The   answer    says    that    the  physical property and assets  of   the  ���company, leaving out   the  good will  and intangible assets,  are worth   at  ..'least $50,250,000.   . ���  The   Butte and Montana company,  -which was the successor of   the Butte  ���and   Boston   Mining    company,    the  owner says,  was organized when the  . Butte and Boston company  went  into  the hands of a receiver in 1897.    The  properties of the latter company,  now  owned by the Butte and Montana company,  were bought" for $1,000,000, but  have enormously   increased   in  value  and are now worth S115 oi\ a par value  ���ofSlOO.    In January, 1901,   the  Ingest  price was $110 and the lowest ��95.  '_. he answer announces that $18,500,-  1 000 is an excessive price for the properties of the company. Similar affidavit was presented by William Rockefeller, vice-president of tlie. Amalgamated Copper company. It says that  the company is an investing company,  and that 575,000,000 worth of stock was  issued for acquiring copper properties when- it seems clearly for, the  benefit to the entire body of shareholders to do so. The Amalgamated  Copper Company already owns 10,000  shares of the Boston and Montana  company, which it acquired in 1900.  Similar affidavits -vere presented  from Frederick B. Addicks, assistant  treasurer of the Butte and Boston;  Godfrey Hymes, general manager of  the Boston and Montana company;  Clarence King geologist and mining  ��� engineer, and Robert Winsor, of Kidder, Peabody and company of Boston.  C. M. Venner, of Boston, holding 100  shares of the Amalgamated Copper  company, is associated with Mr. [Geer  :in the action.  N�� B,���Contracts have been let for a mw hotel, general store, assay office  ��� <'!'"^"-.-.  >fi>.     and other buildings,   Fishers new saw mill at Rendell is running full blast,  :��-  =9t  MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  _..-   NOTICE.  -���"������OUN AC*-'' Mine, an Ofttin, sltnate In the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale District.   Where located ;   In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  ag-ent for Robert Jaffray, Free Miner's  certificateNo. B29816, William T. Smith, free  miner's certificate No, B2r*533, Robert Wood,  free miner's certificate No. B2975., and  Evan Parry, free miner's certificate No.  B29955, 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 befora the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th day of April, 1901.  I.   H.   HALLETT. ,  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DANDY Minerl Claim, situate in the Kettle  Kiver Mining- Division of Osoyoos District.  Where located: In Greenwood camp, south  of the Tamarack Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Svdney M. Johnson, Free Miner's C erliifcate No. B8120  and H. L. Morg-an,Free Miner's CertificateNo.  B29614, intend, sixty days from the date here< *  lo apply to tne mining recorder for a certi:  cate of improvements for the purpose of obiai;  iup. a crown grant of the above claim.  And further talce   notice that action, und J  section 37, must be commenced before the i  suanceof such certifictte.of improvements.  Dated this 16th day of March, A. D., 1901.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  LAKE VIEW minora 1   claim, mttmatmjx ��- *>_��  Kettle ktvei Mining- _._vin_ou ���_   _:���__��, _..  trict.    Where located :      In  Long Lake  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE lhat we,'Robert Wood.Free  Mincr'sCertificate No. B29759, and C. X,.  Thomet, Free Miners Certificate No. B29659, intend sixty days from the date, hereof, to apply-  to to Mining Recorder for a Certificate of fm-  prouements, 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 4th day of March, A. D.,1901.  3m-6.  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, BS059, Arthur N. Pelly,  free miner's certificate No. 29591, and. Ger--  aid T. Hodgson, free miner's certificate  No. 29788B, 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 to the above-  claim.  And further take notice that action, nnder  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 OP IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MARGRIE mineral situate in the Kettle rlv��  Mining Division of Yale Dlstrict-QWheTO  Located in Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. _E. Shaw acting  as ��� agent for Mary McArthnr, Free  Miner's Certi ficate 7734ii, and George R. Naden,  Free Miner's certificate No. 14357a intend sixty:  days from the date hereof to apply io the-  mining, recorder for a certificate of improvement for the purpose of obtaining- a crown,  grant for above claim. ���-..���'���  And further take notice that action nnder  cection .37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certl_icate..o__improvements_^-.._ _.  Dated this 27th day March, A. D. 1960.  - 26-34 C. i_E. SHAW.:*  *tflL/   $      %.      %      %      4      $      4      4      4      4      T      4-- ^=\      +^^^^^i^*^T*t^   ^J^,  acjtf ^ jjn*:*r- *ngi j ujwaai-rMX-nr^^ p^uw-.jf__-05Mwcaraaanwrcary?KCJB^^ i.KUiffjTjjxaffxaassiw'^fvv  I.  '��.  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  '    MINERAL ACT, 1900. '   "  Certificate of Improvement  NOTICE  ROBERT EMMET Mineral claim,  sittrte Lithe Kettle River Miuing   Division of  Yale  District.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. JE. Shaw acting  as agent- for C. J. McArthnr, Free  Miner's Certificate 6227b, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's' certifidate No.:> 14357a, and the P.* A.  Langerv estate, Free Miner's certificate  No. 29029B, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, lo 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 this27th day of March, 1��W0.  20-34 C. JE. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  IDAHO Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  Kiver Mining Division of Yale' district.  Whore located :   In Long Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. _E. Shaw actinic  as agent for J. Lucy, Free Miner's certificate S03.il! and the .._'. A Largey estate.  Free Miner's certificate 2''62'"ii, Intend sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply lo the  Mining Recorder for a Certificateof improvements'for thc purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gram of tlie atfoV'e claim.  And further take  notice that action, under  section 37.   must  be  commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th dav of April, A. D. WOO.  41-50 C. JE. SIIAW.  BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. ____��-_--____-_-_���  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE '3  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 5?  PRESSORS . . . . 3  COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS ���-_���  __-_   . ..OF ALL KINDS. -^5  STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND. -~_*  S^    R. tt* C. mcnallv, Rossland, B. 0. R. R. Ksrft?.atr_ek, Greenwood, B. &*   ^3  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DUDLEY"' mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River Minint. division of Yale district-  Where located:    In Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Hallett,  free miner's certificateNo. 1.8003, for myself, and as ajrent .for James Moran, free  miners'* certilicate No. 1529781, intend, sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply to the  minini; ri-order for a certificate of improvements for ihe purpose of obtaining a crown  -.rant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated this Ic-   day of April. lWj.  I. H. HALLETT  'lv  ii; Page:78.  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Druggists  \as*  Opticians  With this sum at my disposal, I "would  recommend the following- improvements :  Establishing- ~ ���'; grade oil  Church street; '.      40 00  Stumping Church street,  ��� ." Louisa street from  Church to Kimberley, stum  pin<f Marffueiitestreetfrom  Wood street to Duncan  Mcintosh's    180 00  Grading roadway Chu.eli.st.,  from Providence to Louisa   200 00  Modiiff 200yds of jrra. el from  Wood street to Louisa, between Ki.Mberley and Cooper streets     _."_.     120 00  This latter item would  make the school and Catholic church approachable  from Kimberley, and also  irivc an avenue lo the station from the northern  part of the city.  ���Establishing grade on Long-  Lake St., Lomr Lake si,  Greenwood ioLincoln. Establishing- trrade on Lincoln street, Long Lake to  Dundee     5O 00  Clearing- and stumping- Long  Lake street!    100 00  Grading- Long Lake street,  Greenwood lo Lincoln and  Barbara    350 00  Grading Summit st., from  Greenwood   to hospital    200 00  Grading Silver St., between  Mowat and Mill Sts...    200 00  Improving Government st.  between Providence and  Louisa, removing the large  stones and fill  near Louisa   100 00  Side walk, It ft. wide, and  preparing foundation for  same Silver st., Greenwood  to Deadwood. Sidewalk  6 feet wide and preparing  foundation on Deadwood  st. Silver to Copper    ISO 00  Sidewalk 3 ft. wide, North  side of Louisa street, from  Kimberley to Boundary  Avenue    loo 00  Sidewalk 8 ft. wide ou East  side of Government st.from  Centre'to Deadwood    1-5 bo  Sidewalk 6 ft. wide on South '������.-' ���''''.  side  ol Deadwood  streets . ��� .  Government  to Presbyter-  . ian church     75 00  Sidewalk. 'It wide, on the  North side of Mineral St.,  Government to. Kimberley,  to prososcd English church     7s 00  Sidewalk fa ft. wide on East  side of Gold st.,f rom Mowat .  to Mill     12o 00  EF  * ��>^W-'WWV*  l. ���.  Total  ; It fii.eer.ii-. and superiii tendance, lo per cent ....... : .    .  Amt. already appropriated   4 500 00  less 3 431 15  965 00  S22o5 00  22o 00  HAD THE GASH.  Albert Casole, an Italian, aged 40,  died at the Pacific Hotel early Monday  morning- from double pneumonia.  Deceased was a section foreman in the  employ of the Canadian Pacific railway stationed at Eholt, "* and was  evidentially of a thrifty nature, In  removing the body from the bed a  leather wallet was found containing  S135 in cash: two certificates of deposit  for $300 and ��400 each, on the Royal  Bank of Canada, Grand Forks; certificate of deposit for $80 on the Traders  National Bank, Spokane; five C. P. R.  time cheques for ��59 each and a certificate of deposit on the Italian Bank, at  No. 55 )4 Mulberry street, New York  for 1375 lire. His savings covered a  period dating from March 1897 when he  made his first deposit in the Spokane  Bank. As far as can be learned  deceased had no relatives in this  country.  The funeral took place yesterday  morning from T. M. Gulley & Co.'s  undertaking parlors. The interment  being at the local cemetery.  ���Dont fesrget to go to, the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,  good mocha and java coffee, good tea  and fresh groceries;  COLUMBIA HOTEL  To  tie  Reopened   Next   Monday  7       Knight,  by   Dick  Balance  2425 00  SI o.S 8?  ;   This balance of $1,063.85, in view of  the'p'.esent condition  of  the crib on  I Boundary Creek and the necessary ex-  ien. G. B. Taylor,  PKi_DB.IIor_MES.Rec. Sec,  NG'  y-CITY   ENGINEER  PREPARES   ESTI-  . MATES OF WORK TO BE DONE  FOR .MONEY   AVAILABLE.  Boundary ��� Valley   Lodge  .No". 38, S.O.O.F.  M BETS every Tuesday ' pendittires which it  is  impossible to  /-V   -.reuinp.    at   8.00   iu ���.           .       T              ...              .      , -.   , ,  llieirlodg-e room a��-Masonic hail.   A cordial ' foresee,   I consider   a  safe  factor ci  'nritaiion is exte;tc*e(- to all sojourning breth-   SElf gtv  I have not given details of the proposed items of expenditure, as I think  the reasons for them are apparent, my  purpose being to give facilities to  public institutions and; roadways  where residences have been established. I have the honor to be,  Gentlemen,  Your odedient servant,  SlDXEY  M.  JOHNSOKT,   .  City Engineer.  It was considered in committee and  adopted with a further appropriation  of. S75 for sidewalks on Kimberley  avenue. Aid. Ross moved and Aid.  Caulfield seconded that, tenders be  called for establishing grade on Church  street, stumping church street, Louisa  street from Church to Kimberley,  stumping Margueriete street from  Wood street to Duncan Mcintosh's,  establishing grade on Lincoln, Long  Lake to Dundee, cleaning and stump-  ing^Long Lake, grading Summit street  from Greenwood to hospital, sidewalk.  Silver between Greenwood and Dead-  wood and sidewalk on Deadwood between Silver and Copper.    Carried.  Aid. Caulfield's street sprinkling bylaw was considered iri committee and  the" rate fixed at two cents per foot  frontage per month. /The rate by-law  was- read a second time and the council  adjourned.'  SEVERAL   GRADES   AND    A   FEW  SIDEWALKS-BY-LAWS    AD-  .   YANCED  A STAGE.  Aid.  Sutherland was in the chair  -with Ald."Caul_ieid7"S"u  present at the regular meeting of the  council on Monday evening. E.  Jacobs asked $15 to assist in the publication of 10,000 copies annual report  Board of Trade. The request was  gtanted. Chas. Pittock representing  K. of P. asked that they be allowed  -the piece of ground already selected  for cemetery purpose. The council  . agreed to this.   (  . Sydney M.  Johnson,  city engineer,  presented the fo'lowing report :  Gkeexwood, B.C., May llth, 1091.  To,  The Mayor and Aldermen,  of the Citv of Greenwood:  Dick Knight one of the m��st popular  of the old time prospectors has taken-  over the Columbia hotel in Deadwood,  B. C. Mr. Knight has secured the  services of M.. O'Leary and Angus-  McDonald, two well known local mixologists and intends to make-' the Columbia one of,.the}most, popular resorts  in the district. He will carry nothing  blit the best of liquors and everyone  patronizing this hostelry ..is sure to  receive a cordial welcome and square  treatment. The opening . will take  place on Monday next when a dance  will be given. Good music will be  furnished. Mr. Knight was until  recently ore smelter at the Mother  Lode. He is an adept at this business.  The management regrets the loss of  his services but Mr. Knight is of the  opinion that there is a paying field for  a good hotel in Deadwood Camp and he  invites the travelling public to give  him a trial. \  WANTED  ^   ; .*.  Tenders for hauling ore from No. 7  mine to,railway. Apply to Anaconda  office for particulars. .  For lessons on violin, piano, mandolin etc,, see Prof. Kauffman, Greenwood Music Store.  Seasoned   fir  Phone V. &   N.  ery..  or   tamarack    wood.  123.   Prompt   deliv-  *'���)'���'       tf."  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  ������ "^ Cigar s and Toftaccosr-^ --- --*-- - =-  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Doors  Bei,ow  Rendei,!.  Corner.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's.  C V. Semerad headquarters for ripe  i fruit.  SWAM HOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms.  Private Board. Home Cooking.    Board  and   room  from  37 a week and upwards.  9   Gentlemen :      In    accordance   witli |  your   instructions,   I   have   made   .an 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4  4 44 4 4 $f 4 4 4 4 35  estimate of tlie necessary   work to  be ; ����a  done   on  the   streets  for   the  -year, thc appropriation to be S.4.5C0.  havin_c   in   view  of  the limited mea  present;  s  available for this purpose, confined liv,  attention to  thc  most pressing   needs  only.  I find that to c a e the following sums  have been expended on the streets :  .".'(taction of Hon Hilary Creel*  Vale-Columbia yards   Miscellaneous   12.' 3 1  131  ...  Total  Also  bills   for  side walks  ���constructed by private individuals, wlio were to'be reimbursed by llif city, said  hilts b'-hiir passed by un; late  coiiru-il   I am inCormo.l tliat a committee uf tlm council met  .Messrs. Kiii-'.inam* 1> insiiio. e  ���and airrced iliat in consideration <���{ tli. Government in-.-  provimr tiie road te Dead-  wood cam]), lhc cily would divine ;--!)���.> to be spent within  the    miir.iciiiality     in     ibis  respect   '"liver Street tirade, ordered...  Greenwood street  flume  and  side wall., contract let   Total appropriation   Already spent or appropriated   S_*>4 30  4  4  4  4  4  ������  \4  ]<4  \4  [4  i_fp ss   :  4  \4  4  \4  ���4  ____  ��p  4  ISO 00      ��   4s  sioog is    ;  400 O'O  35 CO  Balance available  * 500 00  1 005 15  S3 493 85  4  II  1  11 !___/  THE BEST MACHINE MADE.  Or  on  time very easy payments,  or  call  on   Write  AGENTS,  Watchmakers aad Jewellers  Copper Street,  4  4-  4  ��*  4.  &  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ARMSTRONG,  PROPRIETOR  *  *  is a large and varied one, every line is complete in  itself, and strictly first-class, Not a shoddy article in  any of the lines, They all concede that our stock of  Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices ��  consistent with the quality of the goods, We would  dislike very much to be considered the'"cheapest" place  in town, there are so many VERY CHEAP OENS,  but we do think that we come very near being the  best.    Try us, and tell us what you think.  THE  vi  COMPANY, LIMITED,  St .|��^-^^^*|^^��|*4"l"*lekl5 ^^��^e|3fc|*''^^'|9*|3,f'*l*,*f-5i��  ..The Clarendon Cafe..  THE   BEST   MEALS   IN. THE   CITY   SERVED.  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DINNER PARTIES.  Most comfortable and well furnished roomc, steam heated  and lighted by electric light.    Can be had from  .,$10"Per Month Upwards..  immc clarendon Hotel and Cafe,  V  -U  COPPER STREET.  km  L,.inches  put up���Short orders  at all. fiburs���Private  dining-   room   for   ladies ��� Best  service   in   the   city.  -   ts  f.Jti|MJMJU>-,WiMJ.I��-JU^W'a-*W_^^  ROSSLAND ENGINEERING WORKS        a  CUWLIFFE & MCMILLAN,  Founders.   Machinists   and   _*oilerma".ers���Manufacturers of Ore  Cars, Ore __in  Doors, and General Mining- Machinery���Lots of Second Hand Machinery which  has been thoroughly overhauled and is practically new.  1-25 H. P. Locomotive Type Boiler with ��� 1���Sinking Pump 10x5x12 Outside, packed  Engine attached,   complete  with  all  fit-  ��      plunder pattern,  tiniirs���Readv to turn on steam. ��� ���  1���6Kx8  Doufcie Cylinder  Friction Drum ��� 1���Sinking Pump.   r<o. 5  Cameron,   New g  Hoist, built by the Intrcrsoll Company.       o      York.  Watch this ad for other lists or write us. for complete list before you bur.   We  may have just what you want.  Agents for fiorthey Pumps���Stock Carried.  THIRD AVENUE . ROSSLAND ' P.O. BOX 19  IIW.tfi'-tlnWiB  ����_.U-.��-i_.-i

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