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 :?'*'  'm  M<  1 r  it --^jrrf".'--'.���*;.,'-<'���>"*&'��"/"* '���'���''n*s*V"tJ"--'  ^Ji_I^'*"��*iSfe3-E^  !   I-  1  S  *��� "    | 1    Arv   ��� "f *"?,.4 V-V" "i ���>���������.  >**'"'^! A   ''l-Jt r.:���':"''V :? 'i�� 4'77:^ ">"   " 5'  Published Weekly 1113 tne; Iiitei*estS' df^tlie B6uh:dai*y Cfeek Mining District, ij  "^i .���   . ii- .       ���   ���.._��� - ��� i_ ���  Vol. VIII.  GREENWf ppl ?B,^,^JOT?SDA^;^MA^ :23; 1901.  No.^  DOMINION.COPPER.COMPANY flAVE  ' NOT Dfedb__i).QN'S^LT��R^fE/::  THE RAILWAY  SITUATION  Must   be. Determined   First ��� Hugh  Sutherland was in the City, Goes 7  East to Consult Associates.  column story Mr.   Breen.  James Breen managing- director of  the Dominion Copper Company, and  Hugh Sutherland McKenzie & Matin's  representative were in Greenwood on  Tuesday. Mr.--Breen accompanied by-  Mayor Rumberger went down the line  to Midway ostensibly 'searching: for  ���smelter sites, and Mr. .Sutherland took  the afternoon:train for Nelson: where  he is a witness in a suprenie court  ���case.  Mr, Sutherland rgretted that he had  not further time to remain in Greenwood as there   were   several   matters  connected with the smelters   and   rail-  . 1.  -ways upon which he wished to   gather  f? -further information. He represented  JMcKenzie &Mann at Victoria during  the recent railway fight and is   tiatur-  *"->ully disappointed at government policy.  . Asked by a Times representative regarding,the future movements of the  \' V. V. & E. Mr. Sutherland stated that  that would be definitely decided   at   a  . meeting shortly to be held in Toronto  . "but they would build some miles of  , Tailway this year. He knew nothing  -of"Mr. Kennedy's plans but they would  be considered at. jthe ^pronto,, .meeting  and realizing ��� that Greenwood was  geographically an important point he  ���felt sure that it would not occupy an  insignificent place on the *V. V.   &   E.  -   map.  James Breen was not so communi-  icative as Mr. Sutherland. ��� Personally  he is a prince among good fellows bat  ji newspaper man ia a newspaper  ���capacity ia his bete noir. "Where are  jou going to build yourself Mr. Breen"  -was the first question asked. "If you  ���can tell me where the smelter is to be  built I'll give you. a bonus" was the  -reply. "If you allow the citizens of  Greenwood to select the site they will  .��_vc yon a bonus." This inducement  -did not draw him out and the site for  the smelter remains undecided..  --I am going west''-he said ''to Okan-  .agan Lake or somewhere where they  .have plenty of water he added jok-  ngly. He went as faras Midway but  ���whether he decided on a site or not is  not known.  "I    would    like    to    get    a    two  Papers  ��� 9  IN ALL THE LATEST  STYLES AND SHADES  Our new prices will interest you and our assortment  cannot be beaten  ....  Smith $ ItkRae,  -Via������*>���/   ^^^MWM^^^^^^^^^^ Brooklyn,  Stemwit  ^V^X&r^^i-M^y 3&_dio aoffyStandard claims will be  Books.   Sta..oati-j*y  Of nee Snpplles-f^PlttBe.Va R34  'yji.  Yotl. konw  we are interested in your moveihents,"  the newspaper mar) ventured. ^You'll  have to blindfold and get wit-h-'a*>pum]i  if you do..-- Come and take a 'drink"  and the interview was at an end. \  The following additional information  appeared in'the Phoenix Pioneer of iasi  .      ,������'    .-.���;    ���������:      V..   '     .���    t    .      .   .'.:'��� ,   ...'���'������.       (- .. ��� ...  week;;- '���*:: ���-..���? .--.-.-.    '--.���".  ������-   ���.    -. '    ���-...,������ ������     -       . . ' - X      .  Mr. Breen has the reputation .among  newspaper, men of-being-.the hardest  man in the province to interview, and  he himself says that he is .riot lookihg  for any advertising through the press  .or otherwise, but believes in letting the  work show for itself when the properties-arrive'-'at the shipping stage, and  something tangible can be shown in the  way of tonnage. It is a pity there are  not more men who, like Mr. Breen, do  there mining in the ground, instead of  oh paper or with their,mouths. After  being warned that Mr. Breen would say  nothing the Pioneer man called on him  and found him at th.e:B'robklyn engine  house, where-the new ���compress'of'.'is  how being installed.:  Asked as to how. the Brooklyn, Stem-  winder, Rawhide and Idaho were showing up since he had taken hold of* the  proper-ties for development, Mr. Breen  stated that he was more than satisfied.  In fact the result had more thau equalled  his expectations. It was very satisfactory indeed. As is well known,  splendid ore bodies have been opened  up in the Brooklyn. Rawhide and Stem-  winder, and the Idaho is not far, if  any, behind.  It is the intention of the , management to., begin shioments some time  this year, when the properties being  developed were in_a position to maintain an output steadily, and when ad  ditional railway facilities arc afforded,  which would undoubtedly be some  time this year.  Mr. Breen stated that the location  of the site for the 500-ton smelter,  which the Dominion' Copper Co., will  build for the reduction of their own  ores, had not yet been definitely settled,  but it would be in a short time. Several  sites were now under consideration,  and a selection would be/ made before  long and the active work of construct-  on started this summer. As to whether  it would be a custom smelter, Mr.  Breen did not think that there was  m uch custom ore to be obtained in the  Boundary, as large properties must  have their own reduction works. However, he expected to get considerable  ore tonnage from the mines at Republic,  a nd the smelterwonld be located with  that end in view. It is expected that  it will be built, some point on the Kettle  river, on this side qf the line.  ;y. V.  St B. IN PHOBNIX.  "^--7a8t=Siturday"Chiei--Engineer-Kennedy, of the"V. V^ & E. surveying  party, was in Phoenix in consultation  with Mr. Breen in regard to the company's; operations in; Phoenix.'' As  Mann, McKenzie & Co., with J. J. Hill,  are the owners of the V., *V. & E.  charter, it goes without saying that  they will undoubtedly build to their  own mines in Phoenix, to secure the  ore tonnage of the Brooklyn group.  Preliminary lines have been run to  Phoenix from both- Carson and Midway, but it has not yet been decided  which rout will be taken advantage of.  The track can be brought in eithe  way, and it would be a simple matter  to reach the Knob Hill mine also with  a switchback if necessary. At any  rate, it is a settled thing that the line  will be built this year, and the depot  will probable be located on the Idaho  flat.  LOCATION -.OR LARGE MACHINERY  PLANT  It has been practically decided that  the'large permanentplant forthe operation of the Brooklyn, Stemwinder and  Idaho will be located on the Idaho  ground, on the flat below where the  present Idaho hoist is situated. The  compressor now being installed at the  plants now in use, will answer for  development purposes for the time  being, but when the properties begin  to ship steadily to the company's own  smelter, it is expected that a machinery  plant commensurate with the plans of  the management of ihe-company will"  be installed.  WILL PLAT TOWNSITE AT ONCE.  Mr. Breen stated that the directors  of.the company had decided to plat a  portion of the ground held by them  without further delay, and that it  would be placed on the market as soon  as it is-surveyed into town lots and the  necessary formalities gone through  with. It was the expectation of the  management to lay out two streets  which will connect with the streets  already laid out in the Old Ironsides  townsite,*and also with' those in the  Rumberger townsite, thereby making  ths. connecting link that would join the  whole corporation. Portions of the  ~~ Stemwinder,  sur-  THEMOfflSi  A     MEETING     OF     DISSATISFIED  LOCAL-SHiYREHOLtfEttS.  -  WHY ROBERTS RESIGNED,  Shareholders Determined to Secure an  Extraordinary  General   Meeting  of the Company.,  'yi^'eCX'tioit.this, purpose.  Tuesday evening at the office of H.  M. Keefer local dissatisfied share-  holdersin -the Morrison Mines, limited,  held'a meeting at which 216,000 shares  /vere represented.. Previous to the  meeting;, being called- to order W. T.  Smith was requested Wgive the reason  why E. J."-Roberts of Spokane, formerly, president of the company, had so  abruptly resigned. *V Mr. Smith.in reply  stated that he was iu receipt of a.letter  from. Mr. Roberts giving ashis reason  for resigning that the directors','during'  his absence from the city, had levied  assessments Nos. 10 and 11, and, that  on his return and hearing of the action  taken he had expressed his indignation  at the action and tendered his resignation.  The meeting was called to order by  Julius Elrich being appointed to the  chair. C. "W. Vedder was elected per-  manant secretary. The chairman, for  the benefit of stockholders not present  at the first meeting read a synopsis of  the proceedings and called upon H. M.  Keefer, a member of the committee  appointedi-at'that' meeting to mako.a-  report. ' ;    ��� ' -  Mr. Keefer outlined the work done by  his committee on the'advice of J. P.  Myers-Gray whom the commit-e-i en ���  gaged to attend to the necessary* legal  formalities. A formal demand had  been made at the local office of the"  company for the? examination of ths  books and f or-an extraordinary general  meeting. '* he books were in Spokane  being made up. The committee"' had  instructed A. G. Hanauer, a broker, to  apply in person at the head office to inspect the books. This had been, done  but the directors refused Hanauer permission.to examine them. A summons  was next taken out, affidavits procured  and an- application made to Hon.  Justice Drake of the supreme court for  a^emporaryBinjunction.--On--the_-16th  his, lordship signed the following  injunction.: .   ^ ..  "It is ordered that the defendants  the Morrison Mines, limited, (Non-  Personal Liability) and the directors  thereof be, and they are and each of  them hereby restrained from- levying  or collecting the assessments of the  said company numbers 10 arid 11 mentioned in their notice of assessment  dated the 23rd day of April, 1901. or  otherwise proceeding against the said  company under the said assessment  notice, for the space, of fifteen days  from the date hereof, with liberty to all  parties in the meantime to apply on  forty-eight hours notice,"  George Collins, another member of  lhe committee, explained that the  object of obtaining the injunction was  to allow shareholders not, registered to  transfer stock so that they could have  a voice in any meeting called by the  directors or by the court. If company  had called a meeting previous to  obtaining this injunction they would  have no voice or vote. It was now  proposed to obtain signatures to a  petition addressed to the directors calling upon them to hold an extra-ordinary general meeting in Greenwood.  For this purpose at least one-fifth of  the shareholders, registered on the  books, were necessary to compel a  meeting being called. If the directors  refused this request, which he considered a most reasonable one, the  courts would be appealed to and an  order obtained for the holding of such  a meeting. On Mondav a second de  mand had been mad<_ at the local office  to examine the books, but the same  were not back from Spokane. Mr.  Hanauer was also directed to apply for  an inspection,' but a second time had  been met with a tefusal. It looked to  him as though the directors did not  w<int aijyone to sie the. books 'and he,  asked his hcarer.s to draw their own  conclusions. A 1 lhe���local shareholders  wanted was their rights for ; an'- examination of the affairs of the company aud a meeting to be called in this  city. This the directors had seen fit,to  ignor and there was nothing else but to  appeal.to the courts.  C; W." Vedder- reiterated his former  demand made at the first meeting for  a. change of ..management,, and the  chairman suggested that E. J. Roberts  should be asked to again take the  presidency.  Mr. Gray was called upon and explained fully the proceedings leading  up to the obtaining of the injunction.  It meant a stay for 15 'days within  which time. local shareholders could  get certificates made oat in their own  name and he requested'*- those, present  who' were shareholders, to "sigh a  requisition for a general meeting. =  On motion it was decided to draw up  and send.to all shareholders a circular  letter setting forth the stand being  made" by.local shareholders and appealing for co-operation. In. this connection George. Collins was appointed to  obtain all the proxies of those favourable to the stand being taken by local  shareholders.  The chairman in his closing"remarks  pointed out that the gathering was not  for the purpose of reflecting anything  of a personal'nature on the management. It was simply a business proposition to find out just what money  had been received and how it had been  expended. To do th*s the books must  be examined and a thorough accounting made. He asked for a list of stock  represented and it was found that 216,-  000 shares could be obtained here, beside proxies from out of town stockholders. After thc appointment of a  committee to draft the circular letter  to be sent stockholders the meeting  ���adjourned. ',,*__,       . ���..���!,..  SAM LARSEN'S HOTEL AT ROCK  CREEK HELD UP.  LARGE    SUM   SECURED..  Twe Men With Guns Take Possession  and Relieve Men of Cash���Robbers  Make-Good Their Escape.  - For lessons on violin, piano, mandolin etc,, see Prof. Kauffman, Greenwood Music Store.  'TWA HOURS AT HAME.  At. Seaate aad Miss MeDoaald are Capital  Eatertaiaers.  Scotsmen were enthused and all  lovers of good music charmed by Gavin  Spence and Flora McDonald at the  Auditorium on Thursday evening last.  Theaudience was a large one andj the  vigorous encores given every number  were eloquent tributes to the merit of  the entertainment.  The concert was a two hour delineation of Scottish character. Both were  dressed in the Scottish  costume. ; Mr.  One of the most daring robberies in  the history of the interior took'place  on Saturday night when-two men armed  with guns held up  S. T.   1/arseri, proprietor of the Riverside hotel at Rock  Creek, and other _��<=�� *"��������<='-���"���*��� r"-'�� -���  lieved them of a large amount ot" cash.  Mr.-L/arsen,  Dresser, Peterson and the  blacksmith at Ropk Creek were in the  bar until about 9:30 Saturday evening  when they decided to go into the parlor  to listen to some music 'on  the piano.  No sooner had they seated themselves  than   two   masked   men   armed   with  pistols entered the rooms arid ordered  them to throw up  their   hands.' Mr.  Larsen   thinking   they   were fooling,  joked about the matter but the larger  man of the two pointed the gun directly  at him stated they meant business and again ordered him - to throw  up his hands.   Mr. Larsen   complied  and the smaller man reached into his  inside vest pocket and secured a purse  containing $400 in "cash  and several;  notes.   Larsen asked that the notes be  returned as they were of no value except to himself.   "You'll get the notes  all right" was the reply. Peterson was :  then searched "and two' "or three dollars  in   cash   secured.      About   $100 waa  taken from Dresser.   The blacksmith  was not searched.   The larger man  kept the company covered while the  other proceeded to the bar and broke  into the cash register.   He secured the;  loose cash out overlooked $35 in billa  in a back drawer.   He then broke the  telephone connection and orderingtheaa  to remain in the house fifteen minute*  both men decamped with their hooty.  Next morning the purse with the notes  was  found  outside.   No clue  to the  robbers has yet been found.  Take your prescriptions to the  Windsor Drug Store, W. E. Anderson,  Greenwood.  Spenccs introductory"fen^rkvxleyerly  protrayed Scottish peculiarities. He is  an inimitable story teller and even  chestnuts appeared witty and entertaining. Blessed with a powerful  tenor voice, '���[ he [ enthused plegmatic  Greenwooditek with the stirring notes  of "a Hundred Pipers." and other  Scottish songs. Miss McDonald has a  winsome stage presence and is a clever  dancer. The "Shan Trews" always  a pretty dance atiJd was particularly garceful as given by Miss McDonald. She has a sweet tenor voice and  in her solos and duets with Mr. Spence  she was throughly appreciated by the  audience. For the duets Miss Flesher  kindly acted as accompanist To  Scotsmen particularly the night was a  most enjoyable one but the merits of  the concert were sufficient to captivate  those who are not Jock Tamson's  bairns, and should Mr. Spence and  Miss McDonald ever return to Greenwood they will be warmly welcomed by  those who' appreciate merit.  The best ice cream daily at Greenwood Candy Factory. We guarantee  it pure, C. V. Semerad.  CLERKS ORGANIZED.  Organizer Wilson of the Western  Labor Union instituted and organized  the clerks of Greenwood on May 15th.  D. A. McKenzie was elected pres, J. M.  Driscoll, vice pres; E. B. Dill, sec, tres;  A. C. Ridout, guard- The other members were, B. F. Petch, C. H. Fair, P,  S.- Weber and L. G. Whitbeck. The  clerks intend to receive the lady clerks  into the union, also the book clerks and  drivers.;. The number of the union is  151  CITY   COUNCIL.  Wiute^louses, all sizes,aud prices at  G.^iyilliams.  s.i_ .  Business Transacted  at last Regular meet-  lnt.  Mayor Jakes presided and Aid Caulfield, Naden, Sullivan and.Ross were  present at the regular meeting of the  council on Monday evening. City-  Engineer Johnson reported having  received tenders for stumping Church  street and other work in that vicinity  as follows: C. H. Norris. 5397; Home  & Taylor, $306; W. K. Kirkwood, $275;  R. F. Coates,'S247; H. Monogan, $245;  James Patterson, $230; Chappell &  Schenck$190 and recommended that  contract be awarded lowest tender.  This was done on condition of a bond  of S50 to secure city ��n case.of damage.  Mr.' Johnson recommended day labor  in laying sidewalks on Deadwood and  Silver street and his report was  adopted.  Rev. Balderson addressed the council  re cave in on Skylark street above his  property. Referred to street committee  and city engineer.  Aid Caulfield, Sullivan and Ross  were appointed a committee to inquire  into hospital matters.  C, J. McArthur was granted permission to build road across the unused  water works dam under direction of  city engineer.  Aid Caulfield was appointed on the  waterworks committee in place of Aid  Miller who is absent from the city.  The street sprinkling'by law was. finally adopted. The rate "by law was  considered ia committee. The ordinary rate is 15 mills less one-sixth if .  paid before October 31st only one-third  the   value   of   improvemeiits7y���o   be  . tv-HTmT'.-y  assessed. tW^tP-lvyy'iy  .��� Mr. Snodgrass was-gtiffte^7*nrther  time in connection with drainage from. J  laundry in order that   he   might  consult the provincial health   authorities-.  ���!    I-  \    I  ������"'.!"  :'! '������ 1:  ��� ;���':���''  '...-  '������[' iy  y'l-t  tt Page 2.  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  COMPRESSED AIR.  Compreaaed air recently prevented  the suffocation of thirty-five men shut  up in the New York Rapid Transit  tunnel at 181st street, by a dynamite  explosion which wrecked thc hoisting-  gear in the shaft. "Tbe shaft at this  point," says Engineering News, "ia 131  feet deep and the tunnel only extended  about half a city block each way from  the shaft. At noon, on March 21,  abont 50 pounds of dynamite exploded  from some unknown cause in this  short section of tunnel, and one of the  hoiating-cages waa wrecked and the  other was so damaged that it would  not work for eome time. The thick  fumes of the exploded dynamite were  suffocating the thirty-five men then in  the tunnel, and the prompt action of  Engineer John G. Mullen, who at once  turned on the air compressors at full  speed, alone saved them from death.  The men lay for over half an hour face  down in the tunnel and breathed the  freah air sent them by Engineer  Mullen, while the damaged cage was  being repaired. When the men were  finally brought to the surface it was  found that nearly all of them were  burned apout the face and hands, and  three were bleeding profusely from  lacerated wounds- Most of the clothing worn by these men was torn into  shreds. The presence of mind and tht  quick action of Engineer Mullen alone  saved the thirty-five men from death."  PROMPT  DELIVERY  V. & X. TEL. 123.  Mr. E. Jacobs who has enjoyed a  season of relief from finical critical-  uess is again a' sufferer. The recent  attack was doubtless occasioned by. the  excitement connected with the prepar.  ation of a comprehensive article on  Mining in British Columbia for the  Journal of the Canadian Bankers'  Association.  KOOTENAY FUEL AND AGENCY. CO.  -SELLS-  Wood, Coal, Ice. Oils, Tile, Rre Brick, Cement, Etc Etc.  Seasoned Fir or Tamarack t Wood any lengths,  Crow's Nest Pass Coal $7.00 a Ton.  LOON LAKE ICE DELIVERED DAILY  OFFICE OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEI*������  JOHN W. MARTUNB, MANAGER.  .  **->/-/"V ��*VWVA��WW ^Kf^j*4  DIFFERENT  STYLES.  g��$^>  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ELKHORN BREWERY  and:  ���I  PORTMAN BROS. & CO.,  Proprietors*  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops,. Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by ail the leading Hotel  ��� Fresh candy at-Semerad's, Copper  street.  Violins, mandolins and guitars from  $5.00 up at the Greenwood Music Store.'  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both-smelters. Do not miss seeing  (them.    Smith & McRae.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  .... .STptice   is .hereby   given'',' that   the  partnership heretofore  subsisting be-  'tween us ,,'the undersigned' as'Hotel*  "'''"ke'epers'iri Cariijb' JifcKiiiney7B. C.,'has  ���'   this 'day' been'dissolved   by- mutual  conseht.' All debts'owing to the said  '��� partnership are to' be paid--to-Henry  Rose at, Camp  McKinney -aforesaid.  and all claims against the said.partner��  .Sship 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, AiD., 1901.  ��� . ������ Signed':   Alexander McAinyEY.  Henry Rose.    .-'    '-' ���'  Witness : * Henry Nicholson; . J.P. :'  :Home cooked meals, just the same as  you used to get before you left the Old  Folks at Home.    At Kerfoot's.  MINERAL, "ACT,'1896.''  Certificateof IntitfOvements.   ;= .  ���   NOTICE^ ':���'  " CARMI " Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kectle River Mining- Division of Yale District. Where located':' In Carmi camp'on  the West Fork of Kettle River.   .  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerby,  C.E., as agent for Edumund Heatticote  Thruston, sree miner's certificate No. 27021,  George A Sonneman, free miner's certificate  No. -B42020,' and" Joseph E. Branscombe,  free miner's certificate No. B42019, intend sixty days from the date liereof, to apply  to tbe 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 3", 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.  LAURA mineral claim, situated in the Kettle  River minim: division of Yale district.  ���Where located :   In Lonp Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE thatl, C. jr. Shaw acting-  as apent for Marrv McArthur, Fret-  Miner's Certificate 7734B,"G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 143S7A, and the P. A  Lanrery estate, Free Miner's certificate No.  2762<'B, intend, sixty days from the date hereof  toapply to the mining- recorder for a certificate  of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of .the ?.bove 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, IW).  3m-7. C. je. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT. 1899.  Certificate of Improvements.  ' ��� NOTICE.  ,'PIXHOOK",   "WORLDS    FAIR    FRACT-  ION-and'-MlSSING LINK NO. 2FRACTION" mineral claims, situate in  the Kettle  River Miuiup Division of Yale District.  Where located :    In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett as  airent for George R. Naden. Free Miner's  Certificate No. 1435<Arand James S. C. Fraser,  Free Miner's Certificate no. ,B29234. intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of I morove-  ments. for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grants ot'the above claims.  And'fnrther take notice that actions, under  section 37,'must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of February, A. D. 1901.  3m-t> I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  TIPTOP mineral claim, situated in the Kettle  River mining division of Yale district.  Where located :   In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that, I. Isaac H. Hallett, Free Miners's certificate <No.  _003B* intend, sixty days", from' .the -date  tiereof,: to apijly. to ^the mining' recorder  for a certificate of improvements .for.the purpose   of   obtaining-    a    crown   grant  to the'  aboxe.claim.-. ,    ��� And further take notice that action, under  section 37,��must be commenced'before the"i'ss'*  ance of such certificateof improvements.  ' Dated this 27th day of March," .901. ������".-.  '���������    I. H. HALLETT.  ' -���"���' '"'���    MINERAL ACT. '].->>.  . Certificate "pf; Improvements.  ...NOTICE.  IV A LENORE" Mineral  laim, situate  in .'the  ������'��� Kettle River Mining division of Yale, .district.   Where located:. In Sojith Dead wood  ��������� camp. ' ":���"..'        ".���'���' ' .V  ";  TAKE' NOTICE thatl;. Isaac "Hi ���- Hallett.,  F.ree  Miner's   certificate;.    No.    19661A,  'in-tend,     " sixt>" days from      'the  iate ;herepf, .i11,e*'d to . apply, .to. the'rni.uii.g-  recorder for a Jfertigcate of improvertietitsfo.  the purpose of'obtaining'-a crown-g^aiit to the  .above claim.    ,i    ���..,....   1 "And' further't'tke"''n"oHce:'tliS.t-action, tinder  section 37, must be. commeuc-d- before the issuj  ance of such certificate of improvements.  ���'-Dated'this 29th day "of"April-. 1901.  .-       .,.   ..:  ~���; ���y y rryyr "*���y "iiffiHaffiETT"^:  E, JACOBS\  flCCOllUiliETC  GREENWOOD.  ISTHE  CENTRE OF THE  COMMERCIAL  DISTRICT.  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Doors Below  Rendell Corner.  SWAYNE HOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms.  Private Board, Home'Cook-  irig.' Boarduand ������ room -from  S7 a week and'-upwards.  ! R. P. Rittiet & Co.!  LIMITED.  I WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  FROM THE CITY, ROADS LEAD TO  GREENWOOD. DEADWOOD,        COPPER,  SUMMIT,      LONG LAKE,      SKYLARK.  WHITE AND ATWOOD WELLINGTON,  SMITH'S.  And Otner Boundary Creek Camps.  ��� ���  qo  HAVE BRANCHHES IN THE CITY,  .,,, For Prices of Lots and Other Information, Address ,..,  or C.Scott Galloway,  GREENWOOD, B, Q, ^HB^GHBENWOOD WEEKLY .tfD&ES.  Page 3.  ..y<-~- �� V, ����� ...  /*��  . p. C. McRa.e, of / Smith & McRae  returned yerterday from Nelson where  he?_net an eastern traveller, from whom  ."* x'l ��� -    -  . -  .'liffpurchased large quantities of im-  i-dr-ted goods for the next Christmas  trade.   .  - Geo H. Cowan a v-ell known Vanccu'-  val: barrister arrived in the city yester-  diy. He represented the V. V. & E.  ���C-inpany and the Crow's Nest Pass  Sijutheni at tlie recent session of the  legislature.  Wanted at once���A good sewer apply  ��� at McKenzie Hambly & Co. 1 to  Geo Raithel managing director of  the Chicago & British'Columbia Company owning, the take claim in .Skj-.  .lark camp, yesterday closed with R.: P.  Williams general-agent for the 'euckes  Machine Company for a complete  development plant consisting of a 60  horse power boikr 20 horse power  hoisting engine, 3 1-4 little giant drill  and a No. 5 Cameron sinking pump.   .  Wanted���A girl   to   do   houseworkj  ���apply Mrs. F. H. McKenbie. ' .       It  Green wood will not celebrate ' Victoria DayTomoi'-Ow. At Midway as  .in years past, horse racing and amateur sports will be held for which substantial prizes have been offered. In  the evening there will be a public  dance at" Terry's Hall as also at the  Lancashire Hotel, Grand Forks celebrates the day with baseball and foot-  ball.niatches.:' At the. Auditorium tomorrow, evening; the Western Vau'de--  ville Company will give a 'specialtj*'  sh.OW. '"-     -..  ;��� ��� ���*���-.'��� y-:':.-: ? *'.7"7  The annual statement of the Bank  of Montreal published elsewhere tells  the ��� story : not only of ' --i'7prosperous  ..���financial instiution but that of a. prosperous .country^. ..After air. banks  reflect"'the business' of 'the country'."'  Enormously increased ��� deposits indicate increased business and prosperity..  These'is-indee'dai.'growing time.,''  ���������' . "W.'M. Desmbnd a capitalist of Glii -  ton; La. accompanied by J.'M. Scrafford  formerly superintendent bf   the B.  C,  . niitie was'here;for ���sfcyeral^a_?.6:'l0'okWg'  over the camps.;with;alvliew;.,t�� Jnvest-  .ment. For Mr." Desmond Van'^exihin-'  ation of the Rambler claim in Summit  'camp Avas made by Mr; .'Scrafford and  it may be. probgibie that;, before the,  week' is out a'd'ea! will:" b*_- cbhsumated  forthe property, owned bv the Everett.  '& Spokane -Mining Company. "While  here'Mr; Desmond was shown over the  Mother Lode in Deadwood camp; and  the.Knob.Hill-Old Ironsides group in  Phoenix camp-arid took in the'" West  -Fork country. -.-He-was induced to come  hereby-Jy P. Flood . during his 'recent  ���visit east. .-:���;���        ��� ���������.:���'.���'.<.-.  ���      ���  ,:,,'��� .   OFFICERS.ELECTED*. ���-���*.*>������.���  ;ic^-  '" -���  ���' "���'������ ;'"���' ���'y y" '���'���' ���": x.  Noble Five Mining Company hold General Meet-  . .Ingaiid Receive.Encouraging Report. ?;���  '��� The 'first general meeting of -the  Noble Five Consolidated Mining and  Milling Co.,'Ltd.. heidin*the offices';.of  B. H. Purst & Co., yesterday;afternoon  was well attended. There were represented,'either personally or by proxey,  878,000 shares. C. E. Pooley, K. :C,  M. P. P., occupied the chair.  George B. McDonald -general manager of the mine, presented a y'ery  fullrepoit of the work .undertaken:  He reported that it was now for the  first time since its incorporation upon  a self-supporting basis, vand .also held;  out the hope that before the year closed  the mine would be a large shipper.' '-.  The report of the manager aud financial statement , were ��� ordered to T'e  printed, and copies sent to the shareholders.   ; :..'.'���''.'  It was dec-dad that Manager McDoi-  ald furi-ishthe directors with monthly  reports of the state of the mine; the  shareholders to be furnished with the  s .me upon application at the office of  B. H., Hurst & Co.     '  The following officers were elected  for the ensuing year: President .Hon.  James Dunsmuir, M. P. P.; vice-president, C. E. Pooley, K. C, M..P. P.;  directors, Joseph Martin, K. C. M. P.  P.; F. B. Pemberton and B. J. Perry;  secretary-treasurer and general. manager, G-7B. McDonal-t:7Cody, C. C.. ':  The meeting closed;with a '/vote ,of  thanks f to ithe chairman.���!Victp^. a  Times7-y     -7 7   ���'������:.-/���'���.���.''    * ' ' Y.!'.:  Special Rates to Halcyon Springs.  Ti.e Canadian Pacific .Railway has  placed on sale from the 3rd May to 30th  September, tickets from Greenwood to  Halcyon Springs and return at rate of  $8.30, tickets good going on Fridays  and Saturday*and,retuxniug.leave, the  Springs on Monday following.  "^"In'additioTrtb'this^  are always on sale thirty day .tickets/at  the usual special rate made' for thirty  day round trip ticket.-'     -     *     ���    -  lii'uiiroe,..  srX,       ��'��/       ^V  CHOICE CIGARS   AND  TOBACCOS 'X X,X y  ^s- X4f >��."  ��r'K> ��%> mrtj  News Papers, Periodicals,  Circulating Library. Fancy-  Goods, Candies, Etc, Etc.  ^s-        <o/"        '��'-'  ^a.     ��o_-     ��t-  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  4  4  4  4,  4  4  4  4  4  4.  4  4  JENCKES MACHINE C��  .����.#��-*$��#!*�����-!��� 9***9  ' * ���'_._ _;. _-__'.': ;._'_ ;. *.  I in STG6K| Hoisting Plaints, Stamp Mills, Concentrators;  * y-%'%\ Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps.   Chain Blocks,  % Warehouse. |   -.. Boilers, Receivers, Etc, ,  9 .-. ������ ���';   '9  9*******9****9.  YUL C  o  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has.  y-ysK: ������-hy-..,...-^' . ..' been attained,  R. P. WILLIAMS, F..R.  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  ROSSLAND,   B.C.  <4  4  4  4  V  4  4  4  4  4  4 44 4 4 -*'444 444444 44 44444444444444444  ^iiiiuiiuauiaiuiiiiiaiuiuiiiuiiiuiiiuiiiiuiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuuuiiuiaiiuiiiiiiiiiuuiiu^  Tenders will be received up to the  10th inst. by the undersighe'd' fpr .;th'e  erect.ori of a stone, aiid orick block. on  Copper streetyGreenwood B. C. Plans  'and specifications can be: seen at-the  the store. THe-lo'w'est 'or"*a.hy fender'  not:.n&es'sarilyva1(a'ep*e^  7 :'.?'"���:V-"7��������� 777.'J..W...���MEti.oR.7  .��� ���7-Gi^-^^^7C;-'*M.ij7^'h901^ V;.:  *##��.# ** ** *.** **.*�� 9*.**** *9..  9 ��� ��� -���:.������ -'������:     ������-���..,    ���   -.9:  9    . ..���.���*  9   *tr  ~-V  *^$��&m$��*m  for your  Fall  Suit   w  - ���      .' .9  'when vb'u can secure" * "  '������      - -< 9 ���  New  Goods of   the   9 -  :     :    ��� ��� . .   ���    9  . ��� ��� -.-���      .������''./.���'.'     9  ���;m p' s t   fashjortable  w  pattern  which have   *  9  just aif-'ivld..'-"   :'������"  %���'.   The Biggest and best %  ^assortment of Fall Suit/ *  9 , 9  % ings ever brought into g  % the Boundary.  X   X %  "if  ~o  .'���{9  ������+*��.  '��� .19  <��������  ���*  9  *  ~&  9  ��������  9  ���A*10  9  ���OS  ���~*9  {   9  i~***  h-tl. ���  -���&y.  ���V'  -������*  a;  '���$  ���'ar  -'������;���  ���rf   ���  ��� WSl  X&S-. ���  *^^.  -  -svw  ���- $$A'  7.^   .  y-xiv&y-  ��� -($fk ������������  ���    -tSSS      ���  ���m  ''���Wi-  mi ,  Mr  s>;_a*-.  |0'Cf;;'--*-v"'*:':ilfc:  sag  ���ir-M:  ���*���- fv.%-.  ��� %'*  ���Witt  -."4m.  ��� m.  ' m  '��������.  p:  %  .-*���*��.      !'.":  '  ��� _��� >  ��..  ^!4  :<lA  i?.*.  SjUmAEMS-ARE Mm/mmiNG MADEAND LOTS,  WlL^S^OI^l^iBE^  WftRfcEm^&ARMI  OITYADj&W CLAIMS ON  WHICH  THE  CARMI MINE IS THE CENTER.  <':  ��� -.i.t  t��y  ���.���.���.J  t$IC]<C#^'  ���(^ .,i.f, t,<:p-.,'x. ���  9  L  THE TAILOR  * pepper St.  ��*  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  Garmi isythe? Minh^X'fei^ 7,^^  Townsite afij dins th#;Carmi Mine^wWdtf sliip|>fed 2,000 tons of oreto1 the :  smelteFduri'iig tho^'pastwm^r, and upon which development is. being    ^  ''pii-sK0d4.-4fpW6?>io: he ready for continuous shipments whesn railroad is     ^  ���sa:  12?-  -1. -t '-.  ' j. . '1  completed to Carmi.  '"���''      $�� $& $$  ���av ^iv *-i\  M. FOR TERMS WRITE . V .  e%  s  *>yL/*  ^H!!T!H.!!!tH!!!!in!HHH!nn!H^fHHnH!H!n?!!!I!!^H!!f!H!!!nn!!!!t!H!!!H!nHHnt!!?!???!!HmK  - /  Greenwood. *  '/99***9****************9  m 111 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.  CDc  KSeelily Zmns,  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross -  ..._ Editor.  ^ti-\i|ON(Jj  j$A$<_.L>  THURSDAY.  MAY 23 1901.  WHERE THE FAULT LIES.  opinion and that it recognizes.the voice  of the people. It would have been unwise from a political standpoint and  injurious to the public interest for the  Laurier government to give any encouragement to a government who are  responsible for the recent railway  legistation. We will take the liberty  of giving Mr. Dunsmuir a pointer. If  he is anxious to secure the construction  of raihvays that will be for the oenerit  of this province, if he can suggest a  plan that will commend itself to the  people of this province, let him take  the represantatives of the Laurier  government in this province into his  confidence and-we feel sure that they  will will not be turned down atOttav.;.  It may be gratifying to the Colonist  to know that Uritish Columbia was  denied railway assistance this year  simply because B. C. rep.e .entives at  Ottawa pointed to the actions of the  Dunsmuir government as a good and  sufficient reason why there should be  no co-operation. So long as Mr.  Dunsmuir lends himself aud his  government to Joe Martin in order  that the stormy petrel may : e ure what  are in his and not iu the country's interest, Ottawa will give him but scant  consideration.  LIBELLING LAURIER.  A wail comes from the Victoria Col-  om6t;-y-It __87ier^  Dominion .government''.refusedTtbyco.'  operate .with Mr. Dunst-mir in .-his  railway policy. It 'ftdints ; to tbe. fact  that Mr. DniiBamir and; Mr. Eberts  ���went to Qttawa, made a strong caie for  the province, and notwithstanding all  thi��i the Dominion government re-  f rains from giving any subsidy to any  British Columbia railway, It loudly  demand* for better terms and more  liberal'. treatment at the hands of the  Dominion government. Were:. the.  Colonist not -so intimately associated  with Mr. Dunsmuir it could easily see  that the fault lies not at Ottawa but at  Victoria. * Whatever the -Dominion  government xniffht have wished to do  in the shape of bonusirig- B. (^.railways, the absurd railway; policy of the  Provincial government effectually precluded the possibility of aid from  ��� Ottawa. Briefly Mr. Dunsmuir went  to Ottawa to ask for the co-operation of ���  the Dominion government, in assisting  the construction of railways to connect  the coast with Kootenay, to open up  the northorn portion of Vancouver  Island and to give transportation  facilities in the northern portion of the  province. Mr. Maxwell's charge that  Mr.   P-msmuir subordinated the two  ff^JZxxi��� V*. **" .���"=��� J "^ "  Heavy and SheMardwdre, Groceries and  Provisions,  other railway* proposition .to his own  pet; scheme; of...extending the E. &.N.  railway to Cape Scott need not be considered. We will take it for granted  that Mr. Dunsmuir honestly and  enegetically endeavoured to interest  the. Dominion government in the  general railway policy as outlined  above. He called parliament together.  His business government foreshadowed  in a speech from the throne a businesslike policy to aid in the construction of  these jrailways. ...  But as the session advanced the unholy alliat.ee with one Joseph Martin  became more strongly cemented and  the business like railway policy degenerated into a bewildering patchwork of makeshifts and clumsy expedients to place the mainland in the clutches of the Canadian  Pacific^railway and allow Vancouver  Island to become still further absorbed  by the D'uneumirian maw: In the  face of public opinion, in the face of an  almost, unanimously expressed desire  for railway competition, the railway  policy waa further exploited in corporation interests. The hand of Joseph  directed and controlled the Dunsmuir  business administration. He succeeded  in securing the passage of the loan bill  in such shape as completely f ustrated  the wishes of the people and completely  balked those who were ready and willing to give railway competition.  Can the Colonest wonder at the  Dominion government's refusal to  hand over railway subsidies to encourage railway schemes that have degenerated from being business propositions in the public interests to gold  brick schemes in corporation interests.  The strength of the Laurier govern  ment does not lie in the private wealth  of any of its members, nor because a  fortuitous combination of circumstances foisted it on the public. It is  rather  because it   represents   public  Partizan politicians are not very -  particular about the ammunition U6ed  in carrying onparty warfare. This was'  illustrated a short time ago when au  incident that took place in.the house;of  commons was exploited in-- all the  Scottish settlements:in Canada with a  view to prejudicing the Scot6 against  the Sir Wilfrid., Laurier. It appoaro  that oh the night in question a dinner  was given in Alynier.a town at the end  of a tramline abont six miles from  Ottawa. The jolly party returned  abQutr,< midnight -and ��� ���.-havistjjf piper  '���And'erson' with thei��-*they raw-chad into  the house coau-aons to the -.tirring-  sound of the ba^g pipes. The. house  was iu -session aad its .leader Sir Wilfrid very properly a8_ceid;t-__it the; playing cease. *A11 over the country dispatches were sent to the effect that 6ir  Wilfrid objected to the bag pipes and aa  the. pipes are dear to every true S.eot  this alleged antipathy is supposed to  lose the premier many votes at the next  election. Several years ago a similar  incident was used with good effect in a  'campaign^ At that time Sir David  Macpherson was a promiaent figure in  Canadian politics and as he was a  strong conservative he was a targrt  for Sir Richard Cirtwright'e punguent  criticism. Sir David's name was connected with.one of the numerous deals  that were exposed; at the time of.the  Pacific scandal and Sir Richard in his  wrath accused him of "inheriting the  predatory instincts of his ancestors'".  Throughout the Campaign the sentence  wis quoted 'as* a reflection on Scotsmen in general and no amount of explanation would disabuse Scottish  minds of'this impression. .'���;'���:  The recent incident at Ottawa has  led to considerable discussion in the  newspapers of .the.eM.t,rand_ans.ortsiof  suggestions are made "with a view to  clearing up the charge. Oiie paper  ventures the suggestion that it would  be a good plan to treat the Premier to  some bag. pipe music and see how he  stands it.."Historical evidence can be  cited to prove that people not accustomed to bag pipe music become panic  stricken when they hear it. It only  recently that in Greenwood Gaviri  Spence   told    of the English in '45���  Dun-founded the English   they   saw,  . tbey saw ;, .  Dumfbunded they a' heard the blaw,  the blaw ;      y   ,  Dumfounded they a'ran awarawa'  From the hundred pipes au' an' au* a"  Were Sir Wilfrid placed under such  a test he might exclaim like the English tourist of whom the poet   writes  when he heard the pipes :  The    sassenach   screamed    and    the  sassenach danced ;  He shreaked  in  his agony, bellowed  arid pranced; '.''������  If you really must play on that cursed  affair,  LIMITED.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ���V��*6����yEfc, B. C. 733 Poster St.  Also NELS����. B. C.  _We,aie Manufacturers and direct Inportem, and carry a. large stock of Balancae,-Furnaces,  je v.7.?00?--' 9cieatl8c and PracttcalBooks, Glasswares Platinum Goods. Acids, Chemicals  ��uid all other Assayers' and Winers' roqairemeats. ; 6o_e afrcats for B-braoa Crucible: Company,  Battersea and Standard Firabrlclt Co., Crucibles and iltiffles.   BeclteKi Sons' Balances, Etc  Catalogue and full parUcnlarreent on applications.:  Wi's Hase&ae Fsossces asti  >��^  REPRESENTING:  PHOEJNIX  FIRB ASSURANCE CO.,    OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  WESTERN ASSURANCE) CO., optoronto.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  OF TORONTO  LIVERPOOL AND U)NDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  OF TORONTO.  WO. K HADEN.  My goodness !  play something resemb-  ing an air.*"*'  The whole thing is a libel on Sir  Wilfrid for did he not tell us in many  a campaign that his nurse was Scottish  and that he was proud of the fact.  Another railway which is not "political" is the proposed railway from  Vernon to Midway. If built it would  give transportation facilities to the  farmers of one of the finest ranching  districts of the province. It would give  the farmers, stock raisers, and fruit  growers of the Okanagan valley easy  access to the mining camps of Southern  Yale and Southern Kootenay���miping  camps whose food supplies come largely  from points in the -neighboring- state  of Washington.���Nelson Tribune:  HAL0YON WATER  ���*  C. V.  fruit.  Semerad headquarters for ripe  THE B, C, WHOLESALE LIQUOR COMPANY  ARE GENERAL AGENTS FOR THIS POPULAR  NATIVE WATER,  THORPE & CO.  HSL>$��N, B. C.  HALLETT & SHAW.  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public;  CaMe Address :   " hallett."  r���ws  J Bedford M'Neill's   Gr.e--ivooo,.  -.odes  -j .Moreln-. & Neal's __    '  ( Leiber's. B.C.  I. H. HALLETT. H. C. SHAWl  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Pubuc, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  ItfGLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Flood block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLeod.  pORBES M. KERBY, C.E'  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood, B.C.  also J, A. Unswortli's Store, Midway, B..C.  F. W. GROVES,  Civil and Mining Engineer.  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys-  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and3 Provincial.  Land Surveyor. *  GR$ENWQ>&19.   .-   '...'::- .-      *   iB.   O.  QAUEm &A&M&R&f*T, '���,.:.  Rrovinttlfl- {.sad Surveyors  Iflfadnj aa4 CBvfl EngJfcewlBe-  Mineral Claims Surveyed aiid Crown Granted.  Laud aj_d Engineering Surveys ,''...  VI. A.  BAUER, O.B.. m.L.C A. E. ASHOHOFT O.E if.LS.  ...     -   VHNCOUYER ..'���������     _. : OReklJWOOB '������  Wood   Block,  next door   to   Custom   office,  GREENWOOD. B. C.  tAmmmE wlb.  Notice- is hereby gWen that thero will be sold  by public auction on Saturday, the 8th day of*  Juno A. D. 1901, at U o'clock noon, at the post  office in the town ot Greenwood B. C, all and  singular the lands following-, that Is to b_j_  In thc city o_ Greenwood, in tho province of  British Columbia, and being- composed of an undivided one-half Interest in and to lots 15 and  IC in Block D, ��ubdiTl��lon of lot 601, group one,  Osoyoos Division, Yale District, British Columbia, an undivided one-half interest in lots.  7 and,* 8, in. block 2 of subdivision F.ofsald.lot.  601. An undivided one-quarter interest ia and'  to lots 3 and 11 in said Block 2 in fiaid subdivision ,F, under and by virtue of ascertain,  mortgage dated the 2lst day of September,  189?, which mortgage and titlo deeds will be.  produced for-inspection by-the purchaser on  day of sale. The terms and conditions. of sale  will be made known by the auctioneer at the  time of sale, ..;-.���-,:���/-  Dated this 1st'day'of May, A. D. 1901.  ���A. S. BLACK.  Solicitor for Mortgagee.  .MINERAL ACT, 18%.  Certificate <rf improve-went.  f^,.=,^���,_^_-__NoTICE.���=--^^���v-s  i^���I  ALTA Mineral. Claim, situate' in ths Kettle  River Mining- Division of Yale Disrict.  Where located: in Providpuce camp adjoining the Rob Roy mineral claim.'  AKE NOTIE that I, Arthur Murdoch  Whiteside,' as -agent for C. N. Mardon,  free miner's certificate No. B 21435, Denny Moy-  lao. free miner's certificate No. B29S684. P. W.  Dillon, free miner's certificate No. A18S97, and  Louis 1. OBtroskl free .miner's certificate  No. 18596 Intend sixty* days .'from the  date hereof, to apply .to the Mining- Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of fhe  above claim. .      '.        ���.: ���-.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is-���"  suauce of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of April, 1901.  A. M. WHITESIDE.  MIMEBAL ACT. 18f 6.  Certificate of Improveaevt.  NOTICE.  EMERALD Mineral claim, situate In the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 8120-  for self and as agent for I. H. Hallett, Free.  Miner's Certificate No. 8003 and Lindsay Mc-  Carren '.. Free Miner's Certificate'���- No.  B30022      intend .      sixty days from  the .date   hereof,   to   apply   to. the  Mining  Recorder-tor a Certificate of Improvements, for-  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim"  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of January, A. D. 1901.   .  SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral  claim,  situate   in   the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located :    In Copper camp.  TAKE   NOTICE  that  I,   C. JE. Shaw as  agent for James  R.   McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B1356 and WilliamH.  McMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B13593-  intenrt; sixty days from date Uereof, to apply to  the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Im  provements for the pu'-oose  of  obtaining  a  Crown Grant of the abc- e ;laim.  ,   And further take notioe that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the H  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 C. IE. SHAW.  L. ���y-i;  '��-���:�������� �����* .-.  '���'t-'&y--  THE) GRB3NW00D WEEKLY TIMES.  Page 5.  ������ t/  ^  LOCAL HAPPENINGS  W. T. Smith returned Tuesday from  Beaverton.  We're here to stay���Anderson the  druggist.  Clive Pringle has returned from the  Vernon assizes.  D.C. McRae, of Smith & McRae is  away on a business trip to Nelson.  C. S. Slawson of the Hunter-Kendrick  Company came up from Northport oil  Friday.  T. G. Holt a well known railway contractor was in the city several days  this week.       #  R. P. Williams of the Jenckes  Machine Company is back from a trip  to Rossland.  Mail orders promptly filled���Anderson's drug- store.  A. Meyer, (-tore keeper at the Mother  Lode is being treated by Dr. Jakes for  measles.  Prescriptions filled correctly���Anderson's pharmacy.  R. F. Coates. has secured the contract for hauling the No. 7 ore to the  smelter.  H. V. Croll, manager of the Spokane  branch of the E. P. Allis Company was  here last week.  ���     ���     i  Russian   'Corn     Paint���Anderson's  pharmacy.  Br. D.T. Hayes, medical officer for  the C. P.R. at Trail was a. visitor in  the district last week.  Broinogrip for colds���Anderson's  pharmacy.  W.F. Irwin, representing a Vancouver wholesale silk house was among  the trade last week.  A special issue of the B. C. Gazette  proclaims Friday and Saturday May  24th and 25th public holidays.  .J. R. Greenfield, assistant post office  inspector at Vancouver paid Green-  Wood a short visit the end of the  week.  Adolph Fisher James Kerr aad I.  Robert Jacobs visited the West Pork  on Sunday.  Vancouver .prices at- A.ndeursBH'8  drug store, Greenwood.  H. H, Morris, manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, Vancouver  paid the Greenwood brunch a visit. of  inspection last week.  Ex-Mayor Wallace of Rossland and  George R. Naden left yesterday for  Keremeous and other Similkameen  points.  Commencing at once the Canadian  Pacific railway steamers Spokane will;  leave Kaslo for Lardo Tuesday and:  Saturday at 8 p.m,       ; y.        yif.  E. W. Ruff, Rossland agent .for the  Sullivan Drill Company paid- the district a visit last week in the interest of  his company. ���',���>*"  W. E.. Drake; manager of the British  Columbia business for the McClary  Manufacturing Company, with headquarters at Vancouver, was here Sat  urday.  ^-Cii^'Casca^eWatePPdwer'&^Light  Company are advertising for tenders  for 2,500 cedar poles for use along the  right away between Cascade City and  Phoenix.  Andrew . Laidlaw and Frank Bailey  returned Saturday from an extended  trip through the'Similkarheen district.  Mr. Laidlaw purchased several acres  of coal bearing- land.  . In connection with Victoria day, May  24th, the Canadian Pacific railway will  issue.round trip tickets atone fare ana  a quarter good going on May 23rd and  24th, a;nd returning up to May 27th.  J. McPherson,' of McPherson Bros  had his leg broken last" week while  logging near their sawmill at Boundary  Falls. He is being cared for at the  Greenwood hospital.  Last Friday R. Grieger purchased  from L. S. Moulton Barrett lot No. 13  block 4 on Government street; On the  lot is a building formerly used as an  assay, office. Mr. Grieger purposes  adding a brick-warehouse.  J. S. C Fraser,. manager of the  Bank of Montreal Rossland, Ross  Thompson and H. S. Wallace visited  Republic from Greenwood last week.  The return trip, was made in five  hours. Messrs Fraser and Thompson  returned to Rossland on Monday.  Mrs. Dowding desires to inform her  friends that she has again taken charge  of the Lanchasire Hotel at Midway.  Tomorrow-Victoria Day-a formal opening will be held and in the evening a  dance. During the afternoon and  evening Prof. Kauffman's orchestra  will be in attendance.  D. R. Young of Nelson and H. H.  Pitts and C. P. Seale of Sandon directors of the Smilkameen Valley Coal  Company passed through the   city the  4444444444,4.444.4. 4*-4��^^^^4,-*M��4,j��  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4-  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4��  THE BEST MACHINE MADE.  Or  on time very easy payments  call  Write  or  on-  AGENTS;  Watchmakers and Jewellers  Copper Street,  tori*  ��*��  4  �������  <4  4  <#-  ����>  4  ������  4  4  4  4  4  4  %44.4444444444 444444444444$+  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF<  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  S=*  <��**  (F*  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  Best.  $7,000,000.  President:   Loi.n Stbathcosa and Mount Roval,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drcmmoxd.  General Manager :   E. S   CrorsTON.  (   All The Principal    i  "l Cities    in    Canada, f  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Tra-reller_' Credits, available iu any partfof the world.  Brandies in London, Eisg.  Buy and sell Sterling- Exc  TraTeller_' Credits, available  Greenwood Branch,  New York, Chicago.  F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  h=_)  **��  *=_9  first of the -week en route for Princeton. Mr. Young- slates that his company has acquired 6;400 acres of coal  land;  Dave Morgan is in receipt of a communication from . Billy Armstrong,  manager of the Rossland & Kootenay  Athletic Association asking if a guarantee of $300 would be given for an  exhibition appearance here of Gus  Ruhlin and Denver ~EA Martin and a  company of pugilistic stars.  The Greenwood Choral Society have  decided to give a public concert in  the Auditorium on the evening of June  Sth. The society includes many of  the members of the local choirs and  several other amatuer vocalists. They  have bsen practicing for two months  under the directorship of A. M. White-  t-ide. The programme for June Sth  will include part songs, choruses and  tb�� society will be assisted by several  soloists.  W-^Tar)--'Tri-��tworthy.a_en and women to travel and advertise far old established bouse of solid financial stand,  ing. Salary $780 a year and expeoses-  *U payable in rash. No canvassing  required. Give references and enclose  self-addressed stamped envelope-  Address manager, 355 Caxton B_dg.>  Chicago. " " -  For a quick lunch go to the Gem  restaurant, Copper street.  Dont forget to go to the South End  Grocery for frfesheggsvgbpd spuds,  good mocha and Java coffee, igood, tea  and f resb.groceries.     .   -   .'  The Canadian Pacific R'y are issuing round trip tickets 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.  ���Clerk-wants'situat-Qn.^Seven^years  experience in the grocery business also  anderstands'the boot and shoe business  and gents furnishing business, best of  referehces, address box 656  Rossland.  i m mrni&inBMt1i***^******t^*mmmmma>mmmm*m*  PRICE JbllST.  $019  15  IS  T5  Beans per can  _   Peas...   Corn   Tomatoes   Potatoes per cwt '...   1.75  Raisins per package      15  Raisins per lb      10  Currants loose,  .15  Currants. Package.....       20  Salmon, per can       15  Salmon, 2 lbs      25  Mackerel, per can fresh       15  Herring, per can, fresh 15  Herring, tomato sauce      20  Preserved bloaters       20  Flour, Hungarian  1-50  Flour. Gold- Drop  1,35  Potatoes, per cwt....,  1.75  Oil, per case.    3.65  BANNERMAN  I  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  ��f Improvements.  (v.- -   tNOTICE. .--  CROWN POINT Mineral1 claim, situate in the  Kettle River fining Dirision oi. Yale District. Wiiere located: In Crown Point  Camp..'.' ,'���������  TAKE NOTICE that I. Issac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's certicate No. B8003, for myself and as agent for John Douglas, Free  Miser's certificate N0.B8II". John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's a.rtlficateB2c'569, A.N.Pelly, B295-  69;F.ee- Miner's certificate No. :B29787, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve-  mentn for "the purpose of obtaining- a Crow-t  Graut ef the above claim.  And farther take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo coannmcod before the issuance of snch certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of Mar, 1906.  I. H. HALLETT.  ACT.  Ctertiftttte ��f Sffiurovements.  NOTICE.  TAM-^RA-CK F*RACTIOn7 Mineral claim,  situate ia the Kettle Kiver Mining- Division  6f Yale District. ' Whore''located : In  Greenwood cava p.    ���."  "rSp-AKB notice that t, Isaac H. Hallett, as  1   agent for the Erl Syndicate, Limite l.Free  Miner''-.      ;   Certificate.', 'No. ������-~���-  intend sixty flayis   from-the  '" --  "- to th  Improvements,   for  cats  flaTB  Mining- Recorder for  to apply to the  > ol  Impri _  obtaining? a Crown grant of the above clarm.  date    hereof,  a Certifi-  the   purpose  of  And   further   take notice that action tinder  Section ST, most be commenced before the issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ICth day of May, 1901.  M16 ,-.������>"- i,J. H--BALLETT.  -FOR--  PAIRT1W  PAPERING  :��X-mf!x  BEST MATERIALS  EST    WORK  ENTIRE SATISFACTION  WALL PAPERS...  Just received a new stock  of the choicest selected  patterns.      :       :       :       :  SASH AND DOORS  Be6t   quality   Cedar  at  prices never before offered  .in Greenwood.      :       :     :  PLATE,   SHEET   AND  FANCY GLAS^,  OILS,      LBAD,      VARNISHES,    DRY  PAINTS,    UTC,   ETC.,   ETC.,   KTC.  ROOM   AND   PICTURE   MOULDIN .*-*.  PICTURES FRAMED.  ARTIST MATERIALS.  USE MELLORS'PURE  READY MIXED PAINTS.  $2 PER GALLON,  MELLOR  Cocper Street.  Greenwood  TimMmmmmMMmmmmMmmmMMK  <!*-  -THE BANK OF-   m  Established 1836.     Incorpaoatcd by Royal Charter.  Capital, ^l,000,000-$4,866.66.  Reserve Fund, <��3'50,000-.-$l,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND.  H. STIKEMAN, General Managrer, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal.  Branches and agents in  all the  principal cities   of   Canada and the  United States, aud correspondents in all parts  of theworld.  .A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED..  Greeswesi Irate*:  -__������___-  W. 6. H. BELT, Managrer.  ��� IBH-J-IJ^HIM MI.IIIII         > I,     I    I   I  P  _1�� OF fOMMERCE  tVIt* ^fkfeiii is *sc*tr*&n.te4-*Se  me :i m mm  6#tal. tli^M'W; ";������,������  -     B^st, $2,000,000  HOU. ��E07A.-Cex.r��ailwt.  t,'-ErWAlKEll, 6wie��.l Heaager  !. ftmLgtf Gmawood Brasch.  -��*i__.___.y��;i  Harvey & Robins. Proprietors.  Copper Street, Greenwcxsd.  S-_J8B8B6i��rWW9��ff?BKm7WJlP��g��^^  e����  ��� ���o  Smoke a William Pitt Cigar.   A jolly given  with every cigar : at Jacobs*-    Ask for it.  ������  ������  \  Ci!e : is t (Uortb : Cioitig  When you  can   get   the   best   cigars  the   country   at   JaCObS.    :    :    :    :    :  Don't " be �� a ���*,. Dead - Owe  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK.        - -        Cocper Street.  mmmmiiimmmmmmmiimMmms  PBTKR QBHKLLM, PRES. J. OENEU-E, VIGE-PRKS.  J. POU PORK. SECRETARY.  LIMITED.  General Office. ��_^_  Grecnwood, B. C. ��j.  Telephones : .   5~_  Columbia No. S_-_  Boundary Creek No. ��_.  .VeracM & Nelson JJ^;  No. 26. ��T-  Our Yards and Mills are  located as follows :  Greenwood, Phoenix, Dead-  wood City, Eholt No. i, Ehol No.  2, XotiK take, Rock Creek, Skylark Camp. Nakusp, Robson,  Ymir and Rosslaud.  We ....re Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  i! fi! Don Ilii. 1  ^mmnM��mmmmmm��mm!!��mmmmmmnmiFf Page  6.  THB GR^^  ���r^^r ?-��**. J..X  GREAT  INCREASE  OF  BUSINESS DURING THS YEAR  ENDING APRIL 30. 1901���PROFITS.AMOUNT TO  $1,537,000,     '���'"'-. :  The annual statement of the Bank of Montreal, for tho year ending- April 30,  1901, was issued last week. The statement shows that Canada's first financial  institution has increased its business as compared with last yenr. The profits  for the year ending- April 30. 1901, amounted to 51,537,000, as.compared v. ilh  $1,524,000 for the year ending-April 30, 1900. This is after deducting charges-  of management and making fuU provisions for bad and doubtful debts. The  balance of profit and loss carried forward this year was ��764,000 as compared  with S427,000 last year. During the past twelve months the sum of S1.200.QC0  has been paid out in two dividends of five per cent each. The bank note  circulation for the present year amounts to S6.482.000 as compared with 36,161,-  000 the previous year. The deposits not bearing interest as well as tliose bearing interest, have jumped up enormously- since the last statement. For the  present year the deposits not bear'ng interest amount, to S1S.1S4.000 as com-  p.... d with 510,709,000 last year. Tlie interest b.-arhig deposits the piesent year  amount to 599.5S2.000 as compared with ��78,352,000.last year. The current loans  and discounts for tiie year just closed amount to S58,S50.000 as compared with  $53/3.,C00 last year.  The market price of the Bank of Montreal stock on April 30, 1901, was 25S as  ������compared with 262 the same date last year-.  GENERAL STATEMENT..  LIABILITIES.  Capital Stock '.  512,000,000 00  "Rest    57,000.000 00  Balance of profits carried forward...  764.703 19  has   taken   charge  of   the  rooms in the  Where she will-be prepared to  look after all __er old custom  ers and as many new' ones as  she can entertain. The rooms  are well furnished and comfortable: rates'reasonable. If  you need���'  ROOMS \  Call   and   see  her   before   taking- eisswhere.  *.*-<e*��4e-*04*��^..i  Kfc  y COPPER   STREET.  FORMERLY THE HORSE SHOE RESTAURANT *  Our Coffee, Cakes, Rolls,  Hot  Waffles,  Etc.,  Etc.,  are   strictly   the   best  in    the   Boundary ' district.  ���*  Proprietors.  CABLE ADDRESS  MAORI.  CODE :  MORE-NX*- &3NEAt.'  THOS.'MILLER, Mffr  7 C"i        ���  Unclaimed Dividends   Half-yearly Dividend,, payable 1st June' 1901   Notes of the Bank in circulation   Deposits not bearing-interest   Deposits bearing interest   Balances due.to other 3auk in Canada.  2.432-01  600,000 00  $ 6,382.214 00  18.184.774. 47  54,501,853 13  46,082 93  :-���  ������'���   ���  -**'-������   : '    '���  ���S 2,564,35S 36  '3,472,440 25  ���310,000 00  ','���..���        -.���.���'������������.*��� ���'"'���'-ASSET-.;'.'''"  'Gold and Silver coin current.-,.'.-.........:.-.........   Government Demand Note-.   Deposits with Dominion Government required by  act of Pa'rliament'fbr security .of geu'eralibank *'  note circulation J..:.;... .....;....v y.......y 7..;...'. S:.....   '  Dueby ageu "ies of this bank and  other banks iu Great Britain.......��� 5,2,536,1^6 61      ���      ,.���;...  Due by agencies of this bank;and: ��� 7     ' S    ..;'  other banks in Foreign Countries   2.264,257 63-.  Call and short'   Loan's   in   Great '    7       y :; :'    ':<���;:  Britain and United States'...::..     23,536,623. 00 *  ,....--. -. -������������23.337,052 24  Dominion and Provincial Government Securities    ; 617,930 93  Railway and other Bonds, debentures and stocks     2,889.973 17  .'Notes and cheques of otheV banks...;.;.. ...y ..,:   .���1-'i,.90,<70.. 10 '  "Bank Premises at Montreal and Branches .:..': ; .''..'::;   Current Loans  and  Discounts^, in.: Canada  and   .  elsewhere (rebate interest reserved) and other  assets .......y..........:!.... 77...; .....'...7.......... $58,850,449 34  Debts Secured by mortgage or otherwise........        131,135 27  -Overdue debts not specially secured (loss provided for)  .'.::.....::..:      'l\8,ZSd 07  8,367,135; 2.0:  20,367,135' 20  ���v..79,214,924 S3  'S99:5S2;059 73'  WILL SELL LOCAL ROUND  IMP TICKETS AT .A FARE  TO LET:   Building suitable   for Stores  or offices,  business   centre. - .  Lot on Copper Street,.  FOR SALE :   Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD, -."���:.    ,'_-.���.     : B.  C.  COMPANY.  LIMITED. .    R.  GREIGER, MGR.  m-%.  -mX--  Agents For Pabst Beer, x-x  Coplcte Line Bar Supplies. ...GREENWOOL  - ���������:<_.  SPECIAL TRAIN: TO  S39,882,225 05  600,000 00  LEAVES GREENWOOD, 9.35  a, in. RETURNING:LE^ES  '        MIDWAY 8 > m. ' '  Harvey & Robins. Proprietors.  Copper Street, Greenwood!.  5\099,834 68  S.99.582,059; 73-,  ��� '*'        _r   .*������'���  -  -''':-  TheK. E; &yA-.Co,7 sells Crow's'  Nest coal; seasoned hard-wood, any  lengths, Loon Lake ice; daily delivery.  Office opp. "Windsor. Hotel. V. & N.  Tel. 123. - tf ���  "  Fresh strawberries received-"; twice- a  week at Semerad's, Copper street.''  Headquarters for  dressmaking  .-millinery at G. F. Williams.  and  Poultry  and good steaks always, on  'hand at the Gem < restaurant.  For Rent���Corner store-with .three  oovris, papered, rent about 520. Apply The Times office., , ' ,'������ tf    *  Ftesh strawberries received twice a  week at Semerad's. Copper street.  '-; Fresh fruit:of all;kinds at Semerad's,  Copper street.  Dr. Mathison, dentist,  over Banl.  Commerce:   Both ''phones. :' ,  of!  ir��m4jteM~!aiLui.v��jtx>~nvoxpm  ;        FOR  The K. F. & A. Co.. sells wood   coal  anci ice.    V. & N. Tel. 123. tf  li  Seasoned   fir  . Plune V. &'  N.  eryv  ���-....-       !i  or   tamarack- wood. ;jjj  123.    Prompt   deli.-  tf  Kitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathison's.  Clerk wants situation. Seven years  experience in the grocery business also  understands the boot aud shoe business  and gents furnishing business, best of  references, address box 656   Rossland.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  We have paid special attention4  to the construction -of-'Punip-  ,ing ; Machinery for. duty in.  Mines; our unsurpassed "facilities and imroved methods-  have given our Pumps a Dominion wide reputation. Tliey,  are fully guaranteed. Our designs ii.elude" all -types' of -.the  ordinary Piston Pattern Mining  Pump, Solid Cylinder single and  Duplex Patterns, outside packed  Duplex Plunger Patterns with  Pot valves; also Vertical Sink- ffi  'ing Pumps, both piston- and'out- g!  side packed double Plunger patterns. ' .Mine superintendents  and those interested in Machinery would consult their interests  .��� by seuding. for catalogue and  k| quotations before installing their  ra   plants,  53 We are experts in rhe Manufacture of  9} Pumps for Special Duties. Pumps actuates ed by Compressed Air. Pumps for Bad  _\  Mine Water, Station Pumps, etc., etc.  NOTICE.  'LEAD KING. Mineral  claim,   situate   in   tlie  Kettle Kiver Miniiur Division cf Yale   I.is- : ^  trict.    Where locoted:    lit Skylark _n.r.ip.      ! |S  T\KK XOT,r"E \\ft We. I.ti_*h R. Elii.it : ^  Fn e Mitt. r*s rortifi icte Ko. 15 2'M.S.s. Herbert : $J  JJamlin Free "Miner's certilicate N< . B 403.-7. aniT Jjd  Walter J. Wartman r.eeMitieTs certilicate No. ��� ffj  i;i!..26. intend (>!. days fiom li'.e date  here. if. to ; &s  III 11HI.II    reof. to  tipply to the Miniuir Recorder for a  Cerlifica-e  <jf Improvements, for the purpose of o'oiair.'n.'-; j��M  a Crown Grant of the above claim. ' <��*  And further take notice that act'o !, under : fraction 37. nm��t be commenced before the is*n- ; 6?j  unce of such Certificate of Improvement--. ' _\  Dated this2_ud day of May, A. \>. i. .1 m  LIMITED.  TORONTO,    CANADA,  Gunliffc & Ablett,  AGENTS AT ROSSLAND.  Geo. A. Walkcm,  AGtiNTS AT VANCOUitiR.  WM. SMI TII.  PO. I'ox 106. ayeut at Greenwood. IJ. C.   jjS    fcrl  lya.lacc-'ltlilJcr BiocU,  6rccnu-ood :    :  -sssastJ-S  ���E2BE-Ea___ffi-___E___B-  _S__----3--3--E---  LVBil-M  ^ A RICE COPTER BELT IN MEXICO.  Mr. John Caranajh, secretary of the  Santa Anita Mining-Company operating at Bolanas,Jalisco and Zacatecas,  Mexico, in an interview with a repre-  eentatire of Modern Mexico recently  regarding the copper belt which is now  attracting much attention from capitalists said:  "The copper belt, in which the Anita  Mines are situated, runs through the  States of Jalisco and Durange in  Mexico, and into the States of Arizona,  in the United States, and is withont a  doubt the richest copper belt in the  universe. It has attractecd the Calumet and Hecla people from the United  States, who have invested $10,000,000.  The Rothschilds have between twenty  and thirty millions invested; Phelps,  Dodge & Co., of New York, have,  millions in copper, and many more  millions are invested by copper kings  from all parts of the world. I need say  nothing of Arizona, as this State is  famous the world over for its copper,  production. It is predicted that the  greatest boom the world has ever seen  in copper will come this summer. The  copper mines of the world are simply  unable to supply the unparalleled  demand for copper, and the consumers  of this precious "metal are turning  pleadingly with outstreached hands to  Mexico for assistance. When we consider that the copper from this belt  carries considerable gold and silver  and.the labor being so* much less than  in the United States, it can readily be  seen' that without question, it is to become an important factor in the copper  world."  Licence to an  Extra-Provincial  pany.  Com-  'COMPAMES ACT. 1897.  Canada :'������'' )  Province ok British Coi/cmbia  j*    ���'  THIS IS TO .CERTIFY.-.that the "Montreal_and Boston Copper Company, Ltd."  is authorized ar.d licensed to carry on business  within the Province of British Columbia, and  to carry out or effect all or any of the objects of  the Company to which the legislative authority  of the Legislature of Britis_i Columbia extends.  The head office of the Company is situate !n  Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada.  The amount of the capital of the Company is  $500,000, divided into five thousand stia.es of  $100 each.  The head o.ffice of the Company in this Province- is, situate   at   Greenwood,\  and i Clive  Pringle?. Barri-rer-at-Cbav,"whose '^address is  Creeiwoo'd aforesaid, is the attorney .for, the  '���Compi'iij-'.; .,'���,'���''..'..,.������ ������. -������:���������������-.'���''���''���..  Given., ufider: my* hand -and seal of office at  Victoria, Province .of British Columbia; this  llth day of March,- ti.na th^u-jand nine' -tund red;  andonei> f'''.:: :���:-. '������'.'.-' '���*'.'.:"' ���'   . :;.  ,''/'  "���������p.4.1-y    ��� -S. Y.wpdTTON,     T "','���.   ,y  Registrar of Joinl Stock Companies.  The following are the Object.^ ;fr>i. whiclf .ttie-  Company has been established : . ."'  a.. To,mine, quarry', work, millj'lmanufacture  and prepare for sale by any process, and'to  carry, sell* and'.deal in coal, coke, iron, iron  ores, stoue, copper and copper ores, manganese  and any other, minerals, clays or mineral substances, and generallv to carry on the trades of  mine and. coal o\>;ners, iron masters, founders,  smelters of.metals, and quarry.mea and.ore.at-d  metal dealers- ;i        ���;,-'.       . ':.������.    ���<,-; ..."  ,''  -| ;  . b. To* purchase .or acquire-any'interest'in,'  and to"hold, use of occupy any'lands, buildings,7  coal and other mines, minernls, miniug orother  rights, easements or privileges, and the Company may sell and convey the same by deed or  deeds with the usual full covenants or otherwise :  =���c.-"-To-lct or-sub-lct.for=buildingv=mining-or^  any other' purpose any property, and to givr.  , and grant any rights, licenses, easements or  privileges:  d. To construct, purchase, alter, operate or.  maintain, or to contribute- to -he purchase, construction, alteration, operation or maintenance  of any building, railway, tramway, wire rope,  tramway, canal, bridge, pier, road, ship, steamer, barge or other work calculated to afford any  facility in carrying on or extending the business of the Company, and to operate such railway, tramway, wire rope tramwaj-, canal,wharf  bridge, pier, road, ship, stiamer, barge, and  other works .by steam, electricity or other  motive power:  e. To purchase, hire, charter, construct,  maintain, operate or manufacture for use in  connection with any business of the Company  any ships, steamers, barges, rolling stock,  machinery or plant:  f. To acquire any exclnsive right in letters  patent, franchise or patent rights or privileges  or la ids in connection with the business of the  Company.  g. To farm any land held by the Company,  and for that purpose to buy, sell and deal in  any farming stock or produce:  Ix. To construct and maintain telegraph aud,  telephones, and generally to carry on the business of a leletrraph and telephone company,  and to transport freight and passengers on laud  and water, in connection with and confined to  the business of the Company :  i. To acquire the good-will of any business  within the objects of the Company, and any  lauds, privileges, rights and contracts appertaining to the same, and in connection with an  such purchase to undertake the liabilities of  any company, association, partnership or  person :���.���..-'  j. To sell or otherwise dispose of the whole  or any branch or part of the business or pro-  pertv of the Company to any Company carrying on or formed for the purpose of carrying on  any objects similar to those of the Company  hereby incorporated:  k. To acquire by original subscription or  otherwise, and to hold, sell or otherwise dispose  of shares, stocks, debentures or debenture stock  of any company carrying on, or formed for carrying on, any trade or business within the  ��� objects of the Company: ...  1. To purchase, lease or otherwise acquire,  hold and enjoy all property,' franchises, rights  and privileges, .held or enjoyed by any other  campany or companies carrying or any business similar to thafwhich this Company is  authorized to carry on under the provision of  its charter. Said property, rights, franchises  and privileges, when purchased .leased or otherwise acquired as above stated shall be owned  and enjoyed by this Company as fully and  effectually as the same were heretofore held  and enjoyed by the Company from which the  same were so purchased, leased or otherwise  acquired, subject to all existing valid liens and  charges.  THB GREENWOOD WEEKLYSTIMES.  Page 7.  ***9*********e*9************009******a*��********����9******��**********  IS THE GEOGRAPHICAL 1  * - ���  ���     *  * ... *  *  *  ��  tt  CENTRE OF THE RICH W  .tt  ��  ��  . ��  ��  tt  ��  ��  ��  9      ��� ���- '������_-.  ��        ��� ��  9***99***********************999******************9*************99*9  FORK  '%"' ���  ' ������'%  Prices KliH Sborttybt  ...Cbe. CWFe is Perfect...  v "*    i   , -m 1 >     '  $&  990  CORNER LOTS $1QO TO $175.  ���"������"���������"���,"���",",",^���""*"1 !�����_----____-������_-___-_____-___--____-_-_______>-__-___��_.  INSIDE LOTS $75 TO $125.  ���-.���'- --7  _TES.lS-dbMtt.7lii  MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Iraprovemeats;  NOTICE. 7  '���FOUR ACE" Mineral claim, ���Matte '_��-/��&.  Kettle River Mining Division of -Tale District.   Where located ;   In Greenwood campj .'  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, air-  agent for Robert Jaffray,   Free Miner;'* -  certificateNo. B29816, William T. Smith, inxi  miner's certificate No, "B?"533, Robert; Wood,,  free    miner's    certificate   No.    B29759,   and  Evan   Parry,    free    miner'a   certificate   No..  B29955,   intend,  sixty    day.,, from   tbe  date:  hereof,   to   apply   to   the. Mining  Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements for the par���  jx>ee of obtaining a Crown Grant to the above  , -claim.  And further take notice that action, nnder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th dav of April, 1901.  I.   H.   HALLETT.  Townsite Agents for the Owners, Greenwood and Rendell.  N, B,���Gontracts have been let for a new hotel, general store, assay office  and other buildings,   Fishers new saw mill at Rendell is running full blast.  <p-<f'9Hf'<^  @��-  ammmromnw^  The James Cooper fflfg, Co  99  9*-  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -**  | TtiQer$olis$ergeaiit  ������  machinery**  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 2  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 3  PRESSORS .... 3  g ,        BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.l^^��;i^PMENTS 3  5~-     Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. ' stock carried in rqssland. _��  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DANDY Minerl Claim, situate in the Kettle-  River Mining- Division of Osoyoos District���  "Where located: In Greenwood camp, south  of the Tamarack Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's C ertiticate No. B8120  and H. L. M6rg-an,Free Miner's CertificateNo..  B29614, intend, sixty days from the date here* !  to apply to tlie mining- recorder for a certi'  cate of improvements for the purpose of outai.  tug a crown grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice that action, und >...  section 37, must be commenced before the _���  suance of such certi fictte of improvements.  Dated this 16th dav of March, A. D., 1901.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  LAKE VIEW m'ttMTi" c����tm. ��it��>i��* i��. ����.��.  Kettle hivei ."-.mint. i_>_��..___..- ���_   ___.�� _.  trict.     Where  located :      In  Long-  Lair*.  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Robert Wood^ree^  Miner's Certificate No. B29759, and C. ti.  Thomet, Free Miners Certificate No. B29659, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to to Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Im-  prouements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown G-rant 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 18967  Certificate of Improvements..  notice, y ' ��� y  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 Georg-e R. Naden, free miner's -  certificate No. 143S7A, John T; Beliefree miner's certificate No. B8059,   Arthur   N.   Pelly,.  free miner's certificate   No.  29591,   arid   Ger--  ald.  T.    Hodgson,   free  ��� miner's   certificate  No.   29788B,-   intend, ; sixty,  days    from   Lhe  .date hereof.' to ' apply to the mining 'recorder  for a certificate of improvement., for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant to the above  claim. ,  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must *be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of iriiprovements.  Dated this 12th day of April, 1901.   .  I. H. HALLETT.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPRpVEMENTS.  NOTICE. '.'':".  MARGRIE mineral situate in the Kettle river  Mining- Division of Yale District.ljJWhcra  Located in Sl-ylark camp-    "  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE. Shaw actlne:  as agent, for-, Mary .mcArthur, Free  Miner's Certi ficate 7734b, 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   under-  cection 37 must be commenced before the is--  snance of such certificate of improvements-  Dated this 27th dav March, A. D. 1960.  ���"-'!^^2S34----^"'^i-*^*^---^*-*cr^rSHAW-**=-^'=  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  ROBERT EMMET Mineral claim,  situte in-  the Kettle River Mining   Division  of  Yale  District..  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. JE. Shaw acting  as agput for C. J. McArthur, Free-  Miner's Certificate 6227b, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's certi'fidate No. 14357a, and the P. A-  Langerv estate, Free Miner's . certificate  No. 296*29B, iutend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements- for  the purpose of obtaininsr a Crowu 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 dav of Marcii, 1900.  2.-34 C. JE. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement..  NOTICE.  IDAHO Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettlfc  River Mining Division of Yale district.  Where located :   In Loug Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. JE. Shaw actinp  as agent for J. Lucy, Free Miner's certificate S033B and the P. A Largey estate  Free Miuer's certificate 29629ii, intend sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply .to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown;  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,   must  be  commenced  before    tbe-  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th dav of April, A. D. 1900.  41-50 C. JE. SHAW.  ��7   R. tt* G* menally, Rossland. B. C.  f?. R. -iirkpatrtck. Greenwood, B. C.    3  iiuaiaiaiiieiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiuiuuiiuaaauiiiiyiiiiiuiiiiiauiiiuiiuuiaiuiuia^  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DUDLEY" mineral claim, situate in the Ket--  tle River Mining division of Yale district.  Where located:   In Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett-  free miner's certificateNo. B.S003, for myself, ami as agent for James Moran, free  miners's certificate No. B29781, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  mining rtcorder for a certificate of improvements for ihe 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 certi Bcate of improvements.  Dated this _c>   dav of April. 190t.  I. H. HALLETT" ^0  Page   8.  "THE '"GREENWOOD*5 WEEKLY TIMBSr  fix-!:.'1.*-  IjpgftU IM W *>  ''     '.', "*' !' ^  --���*'-',:-; ���THE ONLY���  StlEMFi.!  P.*  ;-S_2^E-Si*afflS3-l^^_S^^S!��.;T,l:  ���;n,,t.hi?;��� ..-.-.  ^r**  Iili tt I .  vm 'i  LAttfniitrtilull Hii'.  vd-./--*  *?_./*  NC/-**.  raggists/-*  Jewelers .and-   I  pticians  \2_V"*  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Boundary   Valley ��� Lo3_e  ; yNo. 38. l.O.O.F.     7  , ,V, EETS everv Tuesdav  !   \   Evening   at  8.00  in  their lodge room at Masonic hail.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning brethren. ��� G. 'B. Taylor,. N G  Freo B.Hoi.Mt.s. Rec. Pec.  ROY AND DURRELL ACQUITTED BY  VERNON JURY.  PHOENIX   CHINESE   CASE  They Were Charged With Unlawful  Assembly   in  Connection   Witb  Driving Chinaman from Phoenix.  M. H. Roy and G. Durrcl were  ^quitted~at~tEe"V^  charge of unlawful assemply at  Phoenix. The jury were: S. C. Smith  (foreman), W. Clark, J. Donaldson, D.  Shook, C. Stickney, T. Hurst, T. Leduc,  E. L. Morand, J. Genier, T. French,  A.   Evans and Jas. Grinton.  A. D. Maclntyre, of Kamloops, acted  as private prosecutor along- with A.  MacDonald, and the defence was conducted by R. B. Kerr, of Phoenix. The  case in brief was as follows: ���  On the Sth of January last John L.  Parker, superintendent of tlie Dominion Copper Co., attempted to bring a  Chinaman into Phoenix as cook in his  private house. The unions of Phoenix  had decided that no mongolians were  to be admitted into their town, and upon  arriving at the boundaries of the city.  Mr. Parker discovered a barricade  across the street, and he was stopped  by a mob of from 300 to 500 excited  men, who hooted him aud unhitched  his horses from the sleigh. He met a  man named McBean, who acted as  Spokesman for the crowd, aud told Mr.  Parker that he was violating the sentiment of the cornmum.y iu bringing in  a Chinaman. He was armed with a  revolver, but it was taktn from his  pocket, the seat of the sleigh overturned  and its occupants pulled out on the  road. The Chinaman was escorted to  the outskirts of the town and sent back  to Greenwood. Mr. Parker swore that  he recognized Durrel as one of the most  loud-spoketi members of the crowd.  Mr. Clive Pringle, a lawyer who is  solicitor for the Mining Co., had preceded Mr. Parker in another conveyance, and was admitted through the  barricade. He was present at the fracas, and swore that he recognized, the  prisoner Roy, who stood.close to him  beside the sleigh; although upon cross  ���examination he acknowledged that his  sight was not very good, and that it  was pretty dark at the time.  The Chinaman, Rev.  J.   M.   Millar,  ; ud Constable Darraugh were esan*-  hiid, but their testimony, was of, small  mlf.prtS-jiqg; . ���?.���-,_ -������������.' ;y'''Z^>'-:.t%\ . ~.-.~\  "-%-.'_thfe other'Kand,'j. P. Chenier, P.  Prenevau, and the prisoner-Roy, swore  that Roy, who runs a   hotel   near7 the  to-be present "only   fro.ii   motives   ot  curiosity.  Mr. Kerr, and the cro>v__- prosecutor  addressed thc jury at^piji.e'kngth, and  the judge summed upJ-':hi'.aij''impartial  manner. The jury was hot long out,  and upon returning brotig-ht in a verdict of acniittal for both prisoners., .  Go to Anderson's, pharmacy for  drugs, toilet, articles, sponges, soaps,  perfuiiies7etic., '.r*eet.-.vobc!..  .APPROPRIATIONS-    ���  Smith Curtis, M. P. P., has furnished  the Times witli;a list of appropriations  for-the Kettle -River Miuing  Division  as follows :���'   '"��� " ��� " t\  Road Copper Camp to Greenwood    1 ooo  Eridyeover Kettle River at Ingram's    4 ooo  So ooo  Out. of the g-eneral repair account are. to be  made : '   . *' ���..- . ���       -,- _'  Wajron r-. rda3    Greenwood    to   Ingram's  ���bridge.. ,. :    S5oo  "Waig-gon road Greenwood   to  Wellington  via Phoenix   Wajj'ir'on road Greenwood to Eholt 7,  Trails throughout the.district, say   Kettle River Bridye at aiid way   Repairs main street Anaconda......; )   Any. surveys of roads or trails will be  ti.ken ou. of thegeneral survey account:  The total appropriation ifor the Rossland riding for .roads, trril's'and bridges,  is S38.300.  4 op  _oo  2oo  2oo  Soo  IMTERKATIONAL BOUNDARY  'Party- ia.'tlic- fcifi^to^-giirThe^S.urver at  Once.  .-������ .Registered, at the Imperial hotel is  \V. F. O'Hara a7meuiber;-of���; the tyjio-  gr__}Jlji'cal cqrijss -qf the I department', of  theiftfcrib'f.-at -Gt'tawa;* .Mr. O'Hara is  he'rejb htiad^'aiiJKirty.twhose mission  it:3!.t6-rel6qate';.-i-4ortibn of the Inter-  national Bduttdat-v line.', As was stated  iti- th)i- Ti ines.-) a st. wecK.i,-.*th c Dbm in ion  a'tid United States governments have  arranged for,;a- joint survey of tl.e  International::'Bo'uudary so that all  doubts regarding its exact location  may be removed. Mr, O'Hara's paity  is one of the iirst to enter the fielc.  He is making Greenwood- his headquarters. ������������������. Here .he wiU'-purchase all  supplies. The'party comprises 1. tr.en.'  Mr1,-O'Hara acts iti*-,conjunction with a  similarVparty.'in;.'.the United States.  Tliey will cover the- distance from .the  mouth of, Boundary, creek to the  Similkameen river, anci they expect to  bq in the field to the end of Octobt r.  Another party under J. J. McArthur  will operate westward: fro'm the  Siniill.ameei] river to the coast.  p. Armstrong,  PROPRIETOR .  For Rent���Unfurnished rooms, very  cheap.   'See Smith & McRae.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Tenders will be * received until May  31st by the undersigned for the supply  and delivery of about 2,500 cedar poles  for' line construction on the right of  way of the Cascade Water. Power &  Light Co;,; between Phoenix and Cas-  ca"deV. The lowest or any tender not  npcessarily accepted. For" specilica-  tion.s' and'..further; information apply  to, \V; Anderson, engineer'in charge  P. O. Box 81. Casdade City, B. C.  ^##^6��A?(i<.#.i#^#i^#^-i^^  MOST PEOPLE WOULD LIKE ONE BUT  cannot afford- to pay out so much moocy at  onetime.    WE HAVE A CAR LOAD of the  Celebrated Mason & Risch Pianos ofc-fered*  and are prepared to put you one in on terms to auit.  voiif ennven.e-n-.-..        ���     ���."     . .. ������������i ���... i  .  *+/*        "**%_?        N^1        '^^  +%,    ' *r%>      */%\,      *%,  <r*  *A>  0TO  -STOCK  0F/^-~����xs��_m  <i*  *av  !  ,.M  is "a large and varied one, every line is complete in  itself, arid 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.  �����  When you can get one on the same terms, and be  applying your ten dollars per month on the purchase  price, Exactly on the same principle as you would  by a house through a building society,  When you are going to buy a Piano take a little  time about it, Don't buy a cheap piano, it will not  pay.  Don't buy a piano that has no reputation,  Remember the old firms have been tried and you  can depend on their productions,  Eyey piano we sell is guaranteed for five years,  ..WE ARE SOLE AGEWTS FOR..  The Mason & Risch Piano.  Chickering Piano, oldest in America.  Vose Piano.  Ye Old Heintzman Piano.  The Wonderfur'Pirnola" "Aeolian" "Vocation'  "Angelus" and Organs.  THE 7 BEST   MEALS   IN   THB  CITY   SERVED.  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DINNER PARTIES.  Most comfortable and well furnished rooms:, steam heated  and lighted by electric light.    Can be had from  Upwards..  Clarendon Hotel and Cafe,  COPPER STREET.  TO��   AND  Lunches put up���Short orders at all ftburs���Private  dining   room   for   ladies ��� Best service   in   the   city.  Ulerner $ Pittock = = Proprietors  > i  ROSSLAND ENGINEERING WORKS  CUNLIFFE & McMILLAN,  Founders, MAChitiists and Boilermakers���Manufacturers of Ore Cars, Ore Bin.  Doors, and General Mining: Machinery��� Lots of Second Hand Machinery which  has been thoroughly overhauled and is practically new.  25 H. P. Locomotive Tyte Bolter with f 1���Sinking Pump 10x5x12 Outside, packed  inline'attached,  complete -witli all fit- ��     plunger pattern.  1-Sinkine  York.  Pump.  Cameron,  ting-s���Ready to turn on steam.  1���6Kx8 Double Cylinder  Filcttoo Drum  Hoist, built by the Ingersoll Company.  Watch this ad for other lists or write os for complete list, -before you buy.   "We  may haye just what you -dan-.  Agents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.  THIRD AVENUE ,    \        ROSSLAND P. 0. BOXl^  i  ���wr~^^**i--   -i     .t  '/J >  t~

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