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 w. j- -** -ti -*ff w��i- iWi-T.��i ��� c.Tfyj��;  -k'&h'ri&v:^  l!.7777'> 7���;*:��� -''��� y7 y'��� ���'���.Vts^ ''7-'"������ _7|fe::y*: 7  l/S-y'  i ������*.  -"""K^SS  *_-_-*y.w_-hj_y*u^:_s��5j5^.i-^^  ;:   ''������:'---7;';iA,yy^:'7;-:'77*;:  ^Ci-VJ-r'f'  iy  ���i *Y*'J  **/ - . I'I  j. il  I. I'I  jft  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary*. Greek Mining District  VOL. VIII.  GREENWOOD. B.C.. THURSDAY. MAY 9, 1901.  BIG   STRIKE   AT   T^    400-FOOT  /  SIX FEET^OF FINE ORE'IN.  /  /  The Fj-ce of the Drift���A Remarkable  /Record For This Property���Otlier  / /       McKinney Claims ..'... :*'���.���.  7 Camp McKinney, B.   C, May2.���"A  /ch body of ore has been struck on the  400-foot level in the west   end   of   the  ( Cariboo."    Such   was the' good  news  I that greeted the residents of the   camp  I this morning*���and such indeed proved  I to be the fact, the face of   the drift at  ' th��-tJevel  showing   six   feet   of   high  grade'ore.    The marked success of the  -'.->,  development work in the Cariboo during the last two months has been phe-  n .merial, and li; s thoroughly convinced  the management of the future possibilities of the property, depth giving  greater solidity and richness to the ore  bod}*, and though doubtless. breaks or  fault's will still be ��� encountered, they  will occur with less frequency, and the  plans for increasing the output of. the'  miue, which, have been for sometime  in contemplation'may now be carried  out with the utmost confidence.  The Cariboo stands pre-eminent a'?*,  the free gold mine of British Columbia.  Its unbroken mill run of over "...ven  years, its constant "record as a dividend  payer, .'with- its . present remarkable  showing of a. large ore body of high  grade bre_h- the levels, must place this  property in the premier rank .as one,  if not the most successful of the mining undertakings in the province.  Though, the Cariboo overshadows all  other properties of the camp, there are  many claims of undoubted merit, whose  owners have as far as means permitted  endeavored to develop, but owing to  lack of capital many of these properties have scarcely more than passed  the prospective stage. The building  of the new wagon road .this summer  from Camp McKinney to Rock Creek  will pass through one of the most  promising mineral sections in the  vicinity of the.camp, and when fiin.  ished will be the stage road, being  Shorter and. a better grade than the  old road, aud its construction will be  of the greatest benefit to the camp,  more particularly to the owners of the  War Eagle, Le Roi, Honiestake, Triangle, Dayton, Night Hawk, Jim  Crow, etc., to whom it will' give means  of transportation, and whose properties  ai*e well worth the attention of mining  investors.   .  HEWSY    LETTER     FROM  CORRESPONDENT.  TIMES  DES MVEKES TRIAL WILL  Take* -Place This Week.  Ably -'''Defended���The  It Will/oe  IN ALL THE LATEST  STYLES AND SHADES  .AUCTlOmSALEv  Our new prices will -interest y'ou and o��r assortment  cannot.be beaten  .   '. ���".    .  ;��V'"':   '    "' ��� ���  |$mitb �� TikRae  Books.   Stationery,  Wallpaper,  Office Supplies���'Phone, V.&N.34  First annual auction sale of house  and beddiug plants to be held on Saturday the llth of May next. At the^  Greenwood horticultural gardens.  ' I, the undersigned will sell as above,  Begonias, Gloxinia, Primulas, Chinese  Primroses, Godetea Heliatropes, Aster  Slochs, all- kinds Clyclamen, Wallflowers etc., etc.      .".'...  ..Cash after sale and on delivery.  \ A. Ferguson,  ;>'���        .Auctioneer.  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 ro ij nd_ trip ia  $8.30. .  Nitre's oxide and oxygen for  pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr.   Mathi-  son's.  5TANB IH WITH  THE BOYS  They will have pleasant memories of you in after  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 Rendell & Co's nobby suits, we  have them at all prices from $2,00 up,....;../....  THE GIRLtS ALSO UKB  FINE CI*0TMES.  We have some very pretty Shirt Waists, Pinofoi.es,  Overdresses, Slippers, etc., at very close prices,   Agents for the  w b  & La vida  CORSETS.  Rendell  ."���Vv-'W  Ed" Martin heavyweight, Charles  Goff, George Lawler, the Irish giant  and Billy Armstrong. Saturday evening, June 1st will be asked for at.,the  Greenwood Auditorium, if a guarantee  can be secured.  Burns-Goff  N. ���    ���>/  .Contest���Newspaper Changes-  __ .  y***--^ //.. ���  l-SON, B..C.,-May 7'tlv;���(Special)���  ThS^-ind jury today brought in a true  billfp-' 'Rex vs JamesyF. McGill Des  Rivieres, charged with murder. The  trial etfm.mences tomorrow and it is ex-  pecte4?tha.t fully t\vo7d"ays will elap* e  beforei'eouncil address the jury and the  final charge is given by Mr. Justice  Drake. \;Friends -of the prisoner in  Quebec, Vave come forward nobly to  his assistance in "-the trial. Quite a  sum of money was ��� necessary to be  raised to secure tHefe services of S. P.  Davis, K. C.,' of *V.-incouver, but this  has been done and pes Rivieres will  be defended -by the ablest lawyer in  the Province. W. . A. MacDonald,  K. C, of this city is acting for the  crown. Both sides are preparing for  a hard contest. The Crown has  eight or ten witnesses. The defence  will set up a plea of self-defence, alleging that Harry Rowand, who came  to his death by a knife wound at the  hands of the prisoner on the evening  of February 16th *at Denero was the  assailant and that the prisoner was  justified under-the law of-.homicide in  acting as he did.  The correspondent of the Times  visited Des Rivieres this morning at  the jail. He is the best of health,  weighs several pounds more than he  did at the time of the trouble and is  quite confident that before the end of  the week h��: will again be a free man.  He has no complaints to make and  says that he has been treated with  every courtesy by the jail officials.  Public opinion here is strongly in  favor of the prisoner and his family  connection iu Quebec Provice, he being a nephew of Mr. Justice Tasse-  has caused much local interest as to  the outcome of the trial.  ^-ThcNelsonAt-ileticClub^is-pushing,  forward all arrangements for the 20  round glove contest to be held on Friday evening, 10th inst. between  Charles Goff and Jimmie Burns. The  fight will be pulled off at the opera  house. Willie Armstrong1, well known  in Greenwood as the amusement manager for Branson last theatrical venture at the National, and Count  Maxey De Crow are the promoters and  state that the contest will draw a big  crowd to the Kootenay metropolis. A  special excursion to be run from Rossland for the benefit of the Golden City  sports, and as the C. P. R. has given a  special one/fare rate from all points a  delegation of the fraternity is expected  from Greenwood and the Boundary.  Both men have been training cen-  scientiously and a-, lively mill will be  Witnessed on Friday eveing. This is  the third time the men are to come together, and it is (Afsettle who is really  the better,   in the  first   contest,   in  . * - ���   *  Spokane the fight was a draw. . In  the second at Rossland, Burns was tke  winner. What little betting one hears  about is evert money, there being no  favorites. ,  Writing about sporting matters it is.  learned that Big Gus Ruhlin, who is  now on his way out from the east en  route to Frisco to meet James Jeffries  for the championship of the world has  been induced by Manager Armstrong  of the Rossland Athletic Association to  appear in that city and here on May  30th and 31st respectively. It may be  possible that Greenwood will be given  a date if arrangements can be made to  secure a guarantee for his appearance.  Armstrong will probably visit Greenwood after Friday in this connection.  He stated to night that if the sport  loving people will get together and  guarantee a certain sum he will bring  to Greenwood the largest aggregation  of fistic stars seen in the North West.  This will include Gus Ruhlin, "Denver  By the middle of the/'inonth the  Nelson Daily Miner Staff'will have  again to be remodelled. .Charles' A.  Gregg, managing editor has gone to  the.-Rosslond Miner in asimilar cap- !  acity; R.A. Laird, city editor, will"also  join the.Miner staff and K.C. Beaton  i'.'tie business manager has been offered  the city editorship of the Seattle Daily  TirneSi Qf the Rossland Miner staff''it  is Stated here that J. B. Kerr, late  editor is going to the coast; Colonel  Sgan, city editor, will become telegraph editor and W. 'A. Harkins is  going to the Siinilkameeu. Who the  new editor of the Nelson Miner will.be  is now food for current gossip. No  one however has been definitely settled upon. Rumor also hath it that on  John Houston's return from-.Victoria  great changes are to be madje in the  Nelson Tribune.- By the end of the  month two machines will be installed  and it is confidentially expected that  the Tribune will be enlarged to: an  eight page daily. It is to give the  Rossland Miner a tustle for supremacy  throughout Southern British Columbia.  SHAREHOLDERS MEET TO DJSCUSS  * RECENT ASSESSMENTS  CENTS PER SHAPE  Make Demands on Directors For . In  * formation���Ask.* For /fleeting* of  ���o* '  tne S-iarefso-cS'-rs-  Dr. Mathison, dentist,  over Bank of  Commerce.    Both 'phones.  THE CITY COUNCIL.,:  Business Transacted at the lasa Regular Meeting.  Mayer Jakes presided at Monday's  regular meeting of the council and  Aid Sutherland, Caulfield, Sullivan  and Ross were present. 'Sydney: M.  Johnston C. *_��., city engineer reported  that he had received tenders for lowc: -  ing .the .old.Green wood street flume.as  follow's:      . ���'������_.  '���  "   '���     '"'���.'  ..C. H. Norris, S174; R. F: Coates, so  much per yard estimated ��185; James  Patterson, S22S;\D. B'eath,' 5250.50 and  Hardy & Marsh 3262. - He recommended  that Mr.-Norris' tender be accepted.;  Mr. Johnston further reported that; at.  the request of the street committee he  had taken action to protect cribbing on  Boundary Creek part of which had  been washed away" by high water.  The extent of the damage can only be  ascertained-after the water falls to low  level but unless it rises again Mr.  Johnston thinks no further damage  will be done. His report was adopted  and he was instructed to. award con.  tract to Mr. Norris.  ___M___J______stO!ij^^  of plot set aside in cemetrey grounds  for-Knights of .Pythias a* this piece of  ground is on the opposate side of pub i;  road from the erst of cemetery M-.  Johnston was asked to arrange with th-.  Knights so that all the cemetery could  be together. '  A petition was received from several  ratepayers asking for a sidewalk along  Copper street. The petition was referred to the city engineer with a  recommendation that this work be included in his estimates if at all p ..��� ���  sible.  Several accounts were reported 1 y  the finance committee and ordered  paid. The care of the indigeat sick  was again discussed but no defini'e  actios taken. Aid Ross gave notice of  of a rate by-law and the council then  adjourned  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both smelters. Do not miss seeing  them.   Smith & McRae.  AMONG THE CHURCHES.  Mother Lode boys Conduct Services It Baptist  . Church.  On account of the annual meeting of  the Presbyterian Synod and the District Methodist conference in Rossland, there were some changes in the  local churches on Sunday. There were  no services in the Methodist church  Rev. B. H. Balderson the pastor pre a *h-  ing in Rossland. Dr. Hunter conducted the Presbyterian services and at  the Baptist church, the services were  in charge pf a ntfmber of men from the  Mother L.ode mine Mr. Hooper preached  an eloquent and practical sermon and  the Mother Lode glee club furnished  the music.  Rev. Mr. Balderson expects to leave  Greenwood jn June, his term having  expired. The different Methodist  clergy will be stationed at the annual  conference.  Friday evening at the office of H. My  Keefei, some thirty shareholders.in the  Morrison   Mines,'   Limited,:'held'   aa   '  informal meeting for the  purpose of  discussing the affairs ..of  the company,  and therecent levy of ' two - cents   per  share   assessment.    Mr.   Keefer   was  called to the chair and E. H. Mortimer-  acted as   secretary.    In   opening   the:  meeting tlie  chairman   made   several  pertinent remarks  aneut the   methods  of business pursued .by the directors of.  the  company   and   wanted .'to   know,,  among other   things, .why   the   head;  office of the company, formerly in  this;  city, had   been ���'removed   to  Spokane;  why the bdoks had   been   removed   to  Spokane arid-why had not the directors  at the last auuual   meeting,   issued   a  statement regarding* the mine and  the  financial condition of the company. He  criticized the assessment of two cents  per share, after  the   report   had   been  widely circulated that no further assess--,  mentis would be levied and   condedraedY.  the management as being,  detrimental1  to the property.    He   said . the   share- ���  holders w:ere being kept in the dark as,'  to how the riioney.-of the company was :-  being expended, aad   were   being   led ���:  along like a lot of shee'f. 'ia..iV-.. matter -  of    asse-.".merit-*,   Be    beUeved'   the.  property to be one of great ���.���"merit   an.5  ja the bauds of a business like management shares would   be   worth   in\ the ���'='  neighborhood.of 25 cents,   instead ' of  practically nothing.   The meeting* had  been called to investigate the affairs of  the   company   so.- that   shareholders,  might learn just what was being done  with their money.    '  The chair then called upon George  H. Collins, owner of 25,000 shares of  stock. Mr. Collins was of the. opinion;  teat the recent assessment was an extremely harsh one. It had been j uniped  -froin-2 mills-per-month^to^two^cent-S^  per month, and there was no assurance-  that.this last rate would be maintained-  He tkought that the directors at the:  last annual meeting should have issued  some sort of a statement as to how the_  company stood financially and in what  condition the mine was. He would  like to have had Mr. Oliver present to>-  explain to the meeting the reason fortius two cent assessment, aB the circular-  letter sent out to the shareholders or*.  the subject was not definite enough.  He suggested that a strong committee-  be appointed to throughly examine the-  books of tke company, especially, to see*  how the $5,000 indebtedness had bee-tar rived at.  .Clive Priaele, the aolicitor   for  the-  Morrison   Mines,   Limited,   next   addressed the meeting.   He prefaced his-  remarks by stating  that he ��� was   not  there as the solicitor for the company,,  as the meeting was not a  meeting of  the.Me-rrison Mines Co., but a  gathering of shareholders  and therefor  be  could not divulge the business   of  tlse.:  company.   He   offered to elucidate, HE'  within     his    power,    any    question)'  that might be asked   him.   Regardingr*  the office of the company, Greenwood  was the registered office and Spokane  the head office.   The books were made  up every month in Spokane, but could  be examined here by any of the shareholders.   As to an examination of  thc-  books of the company, he offered, if  the meeting desired to appoint a   mate  to go to Spokane to examine the books,-,  the directors   would   willingly  pay a.  liberal expense, if on examination the  party found matters or the   books  improper. L  At this point the chairman desired to  know if the Standard Pyritic Smelting**  Company was not liable to the Morrisois���  Mines, Limited, for breach of contract-  This, Mr. Pringle, refused to say.  Arthur Mowat was next" called oa..  (Concluded On Page Eight.) ~_r.  ���I   .1 i.W  Page 2.  THE GREENWOOD WEEKXY TIMES.  KNOB HILL GROUP  , M, Brewer, M, E��� Describes  the Properties of the  MINER-GRAVES SYNDICATE  Ib tbe New York Engineer.!.!, and  Mlnintr Journal���Wbat He Thinks  of the Acres of Ore.  W. M. Brewer, M. E., the expert cor-  Kiespondent of the New York Mining  sand. Engineering Journal in a recent  ���article, thus describes the properties of  ?the Miner-Graves syndicate:  The group of mines consists of the  -Knob Hill, Old Ironsides, Fourth of  -July, Victoria, Aetna, Grey Eagle, Tip  Top, Banner and Triangle Fraction.  The total area covered by these loca-  ���ttions is about 300 acres. Although  owned by four different companies, the  ���entire group is under one management,  -nnd locally known as  The Graves-Miner or Granby Properties.  The Knob Hill and Old Ironsides are  *the oldest locations, and were staked  ���under the old law each 6C0 feet wide by  -1,500 feet long, with extra-lateral  -rights similar to the law in force in the  ���United States.  .All the development work performed  "*at the present time has peen confined  tto the Knob Hill,. Old Ironsides, Vic-  ���toria, Aetna and Grey Eagle. As the  ..ore bodies in the two first-named pitch  ���to'theeast at ah angle of about 55  '���degrees,   much   of   the   development  * work on the three last   named,   which  ��� are located to the east  from   the  two  tnt&t named, has been done   on the ore  '������ -foodies which out crop on tlie older  ������ locations.  Some of the characteristics of the ore  ' -foodies are unique. In the first place,  **the outcrops consists of magnetite  ������-carrying low copper values, and a  : ���������small percentage of lime in the gangue.  ...____s depth   is   attained   it   has   been  - Stetermined by assay and smelting that  '-' fcfi_e*eGpper values and the percentage of  'I'Stoie increases to such an extent as to  vr-eader the ore not only of. commercial  77-tlne., but also self fluxing, while  the  ���^percentage of sulphur remains so low  ��*tfaat no roasting is necessary  previous  '���" -to charging the  furnaces,   while  the  - -average percentage ot iron, together  *���-'-.with the-surface ores, which are practi-  <��� **callyall iron, is sufficient to form the  ~ .matte, thus obviating the necessity of  ~<- adHin-g other iron ores to the smelter  ' ^charge.   The result of this combination  ^decreases the cost of smelting to a  .Tmlmmum, and when it is considered  -BShat all the motive power at the smelter  " T3s ��urnished*by water it can readilyJae  :aseea that the problem of treating these  *.-fi��w grade ores has been practically  .-solved.  -Unless a  geological survey  of the  resurface is made,   it  is  impossible   to  -correctly classify these ore bodies and  ���-determine whether they belong to contact deposits or veins, or whether they  :ishould be considered  as belonging to  rwide mineralized zones,   the  mode of  ���deposition   of   the   ore    being    from  ^replacement.   Probably this latter is  xthe most nearly correct hypothesis on  r -which to base the classification.   The  . ^country   rock   shows   mineralization  . ��even beyond the boundary or foot wall  .sof the ore body, which appears  to   in-  . ^crease gradually until at a point a few  ���.-.-. .5:eeet from the foot -wall the mineraliza-  - tion has become so strong that pay ore  >.-03s encountered. The first few feet of  -. -4the mineralized mass of ore body from  ��� tthe foot wall carries lean material and  -apparently less lime than the average  ... *��re. The unaltered country on the foot  -. rswall is a purplish-greenish rock, prob-  . ua_bly   an andesite.   On  the hanging  - wall or eastern side of the ore body a  3g��orp-_yry dike i*. said to occttr as' an  .instructive, but nowhere in  the work-'  .   iongs has this dike been  exposed,   al-  - -athough on the 300-foot level of the Old  ironsides a diamond drill has been used  *   t*o bore toward it, and the writer was  .   informed that about  400 feet of  the  ground on. that  side  had been  thus  ^prospected, and no porphyry met.  The total development on this group  -of mines to January 1st, 1901,  was 10,-  - <*053 feet, including shafts, upraises,  ^drifts, crosscuts and winzes. This has  ">been   accomplished   with   fifteen   air  .    iSrills.  The shafts numbered one and two on  Sthe Old Ironsides are located close to  sthe centre of the claim. From the out-  ��� ���crops the ore bodies are apparently  ^continuous from the Knob Hill on the  isata-mit of the mountain through the  Old Ironsides   located  adjoining   but  PROMPT  DELIVER.  KOOTENAY FUEL AND AGENCY CO.  -SELIrfS-  Wood, Coal, Ice, Oils, Tile, Fire Brick, Cement, Etc, Etc,  Seasoned Fir or Tamarack 5 Wood any lengths,  Crow's Nest Pass Coal $7.00 a Ton.  LOOS LAKE ICE DELIVERED DAILY  OFFICE OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL���-  JQMH W. MART-UHE* MANAGER.  DIFFERENT  and:  lower down the mountain. This will  tie determined shortly as a drift in the  200-foot level of the Old Ironsides is  being driven to connect with the  bottom of the winze sunk from the  main tunnel level on the Knob Hill.  Should this connection prove that the  ore body maintains its continuity, then  the stope on the 300-foot level of the  Old Ironsides is 550 feet below the  apex or outcrop on the Knob Hill  vertical depth.  The development on the Knob Hill  consists of an open cut and main  tunnel, the former about 60ft. wide but  not showing limits or ore body on  either side. The face or breast of this  cut at the time of the writer's visit was  30 feet high. The output from this cut  at that time was 150 tons per day.  The tunnel, about 140 feet below the  floor of the open cut, has been driven  across the northeast corner of the claim  from near the center of the northern  end line, a distance of 250 feet, where  it intersects the side line, thence along  the side line 670 feet. This tunnel is  all in ore. At a point 350 feet in a  winze has been sunk 200 feet deep, the  first 150^ feet all in ore; at that point  the ore dips away~toward~tl^^eastr "A*  crosscut run from bottom of the winze  toward the-.east was driven through  barren material half the distance. At  that point an upraise was made in ore,  the ore occurring near the bottom and  carried to the top.  Stopes on the adit level were opened  on west side of main tunnel, the first  being started 250 feet from the mouth  and continued 820 feet toward the south  in a direct line. The width of this  stoping ground as blocked out averages  200 feet. No. 1 stope is 200 feet long by  200 feet wide. Nos. 2 and 3 stopes have  their lengths exposed by drift on east  side, with the width determined by  crosscuts, but are not drifted on along  the west side. All of these stopes are  connected. The average vertical  height of ore in these stopes is 150 feet  between the adit level and floor of open  cut. The two levels are connected  with an air shaft started west of No. 1  stope with its mouth at northeast corner of the open cut. This shaft is. 140  feet deep aid is used as a chute for  dumping ore from open cut to adit  evel, whence it is trammed to the ore  bins on the side track.  At a point 650 feet from the mouth  of the main tunnel a crosscut has been  run 180 feet toward the east into the  Aetna claim. This passed . through  mineralized material.but not sufficiently high-grade to ship. Another crosscut 300 feet south of first was driven  toward the east in ore the first 50 feet,  then through mixed material, but apparently ledge matter. A crosscut has  also been driven 175 feet toward the  west in ore. The face of the crosscut  is apparently the western boundary or  foot-wall of the ore body. An air shaft  sunk near the base is 192 feet deep.  At a point 163 feet from the main tunnel in the first crosscut mentioned, a  drift has been driven into the Grey  Eagle ground and runs 367 feet. The  material   is   all  mineralized,  but the  '��    -.-.����  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY   -iy \,  THE ELKH0RN BREWE^  PORTMAN BROS. & CO,  Proprietor!  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Ti  It!. It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Ho1  GREENWOOD IS THE FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE BOUNDARY CREEK DISTRICT.  FROM THE CITY, ROADS LEAD TO  GREENWOOD. DEADWOOD,        COPPER,  SUMMIT,      LONG LAKE,     SKYLARK.  WHITE AND ATWOOD WELLINGTON,  SMITHS.  And Otner Boundary Creek Camps.  ..Three Chartered Banks,.  HAVE BRANCHHES IN THE CITY,  ��    ' ��      ��    '��� . ,  ., ,, For Prices of Lots and Other Information, Address *,..  Robt. Wood or C, Scott Galloway.  GREENWOOD. B, C. ���_,=.  R.-'V  *W*jW*,WW''>!*y*******WP!*a*L^-" ;__._ "'���'"''   '.' ,.;..' ���*'���_'   ���,.__V.Y_..-;".__a*.:.,,,.  .___.__>',.   - .-.;.��� '*__���___ _,>  :<r_-.*_s?r'?~.*��.-.'3- ^,  .Wl  j. ��� ->  .    S  �� ...     i'  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page 3.  KNOB HILL GROUP  ���7 Continued from page 2.  good ore apparently lies to the west of  this drift.  ���Q.3   the Old Ironsides the development has been carried to the 300-foot  level and the No. 2 shaft sunk to the  400-foot.   No.  1' shaft is vertical and  200 feet deep. On this level four stopes  have been opened, the distance from  north   to  south along them being 700  feet.   The  shaft was sunk in ore for  about 50  feet;   there   the  ore dipped  away from   lhe shaft and the remain-  ISO feet is in   country rock.   Across-  cut was driven from the bottom of the  shaft 90 feet, where the foot-wall of  the   ore  body   was   exposed, and the  crcs cat continued toward th* east 8C0  feet.    About 600 feet of thia distance  traverses  a 7 portion   of   the Victoria  claim, which adjoins the Old Ironsides.  In   this  crosscut   three ledges of ore  ���were exposed; the first about 100 feet  .thick; the second averaging about 80  ���"'-��� feet thick,in the crosscut only showing  50 feet thick, but widening toward the  south; the third ledge is 130 feet thick;  -a portion of this ledge, though, is not  {���.lipping ore.   A drift has been driven  on   the  200-foot level along the west  boundary   or foot-wall,  a distance of  850   feet.   This   shows that the boundary waves slightly, and   that  the ore  dips to the east at angles varying from  68 degrees to nearly vertical.  :'-'*    Four crosscuts on the 200-foot level  'have exposed blocks of ore of the following' widths: 240 feet,  250 feet, 280  and 280 feet.   A portion of these blocks  had been stoped two sets of timbers or  16 feet high at the time of the writer's  visit.   Two stopes have  been started  on  the Victoria ground on the second  ledge, but the full measurement cannot be estimated   at present because,  while   the   western boundary or foot-  7 wall had   been   exposed  and  drifted  '''.[along, yet the ore body had not been  ; .'crosscut  to the eastern   boundary or  -���hanging wall.   .������'���..  7'-7 An   intermediate    level   has   been  opened   between  the 200 and 300-foot.  Ground for stoping 160 feet by 40 feet  .yhafc been blocked out, and  the stope  7 carried up one set of timbers or 8 feet.  ' This is the same ore body as in  No. 1  ;7 stope on the 200-foot level.   This block  l>7 of ore is shown to be 300 feet long at  least through an upraise to the south,  but its full width or thickness is unde-  [v-j termined, the thickness  fully exposed  -���will average 45 feet.   .  7     No. 2 shaft is 400 feet deep,-but no  7 station had been opened at that level.  7    On the 300-foot level a crosscut has  7 been driven a total length of 600 feet;  ���  of this 520 feet is toward the east from  the shaft and 170 feet toward the west,  y Apparently the same body of ore de-  ���;f 'veloped on  the 200-foot level was en-  y. countered  on  the ��� 300 at a distance of  7190 feet east from the shaft, and car-  7 ried  ore  to   the end of the crosscut.  .'7 About 20 feet of the. body, though, is  7 not of a shipping grade.   An upraise  7 for ventilation from the 300-foot level  K^Wthe 200*"exposes=the thirdore-body^  7 as it dips across the upraise near the  |*7 top. '.'*'.,'  7 From the foregoing detailed description of the underground workings examined by the writer it will be seen  that enormous ore reserves have been  blocked out, which will aggregate between 3,000,000 and 4,000,000 Ions.  This is low in grade, and of course the  management anticipates the occurrence  of lean streaks through portions of the  h'uge masses blocked out ready for  stoping.. Up to the present time, however, no sorting, either at the mine or  smelter, has been necessary. The  same policy as prevails at the Home-  stake and other big mines, of treating  the entire product, has been adopted  by the Graves-Miner syndicate as being economical considering the favorable conditions surrounding the  smelting plant, and the characteristics  of the ore than would be any system of  sorting.  As the smelter plant of Grand Forks  was described in detail in the Engineering and Mining Journal of December  15th, 1899, the writer has not mentioned  it in this article, although he visited it  through the courtesy of Mr. Hodge,  superintendent. The fact that the  management has decided to increase  the capacity 100 per cent, at once, and  also to add a converter plant to enable  the shipment of blister copper instead  of matte, thereby saving the freight on  the iron in the matte, would indicate  that the operations since the starting  up of the plant in September last, had  been highly satisfactory.  FOR DAY LABOR.  Phoenix Trades and  Labor   Council   Take  Action.  The Phoenix Trades and Labor  Council are determined if possible to  keep the council straight on the matter of civic work.   Last week the fol  lowing petition was presented to the  Council and Aid. Punch gave notice of  a labor protection by-law :  To the Worshipful Mayor and City  Council of Phoenix, B.C., greeting :  The Trades and Labor Council of  Phoenix beg to submit the following  platform for your consideration and  approval and respectfully suggest that  you will insert the same in the city bylaws with the provisions that so far as  possible you will discourage the contract system. That the label of the  Greenwood Typographical Uuion be  placed on all city job -work and that  the city advertise only in those papers  employing union labor.  2. In all contracts to which the city  will be a party, the following conditions  will be inserted :  (a) That the minimum rate of wages  paid to laborers shall be $3 per day of  nine hours.  (b) That mechanics and other skilled  labor be paid the union rate of wages  in this locality.  (c) That all operatives employed by  the city on contract work or day's work  shall receive their weekly wages in  lawful money of Canada at the city  offices on Monday of each week.  3. That the contract system be  abolished entirely upon,, all works involving an expenditure of $500 or less  and that no contract be sublet.  .4. That in all works referred to in  Article 3: the wages of all employes  shall be the same as specified in the  contract to which the city' shall be a  party and payment. of the operatives  in the same-manner and place.  ��� (a) That in all works not done under  contract the city shall provide the rate  of wages for all labor in the same manner hereinbefore specified.  5. That the taxation on improvement, be reduced with a view to its  speedy abrogation consistent with the  collection of necessary revenue to defray the expenses of the public service.  6. That the tax on travelling merchant tailors or their solicitors having  work done outside the city be ritridly  enforced.  (a) That the Tailors' Union label  be demanded on all garments made for  or bought by the city.  5. * That whenever possible all city  tailor work shall be placed with local  craftsmen. .  (c) That, the tax on peddlers shall  not be less than the maximum figure.  7. That all Sunday work be discouraged to the end that one day's rest  in seven be secured to all toilers.  8. That citizens with union labels  be gived the preference in all city work.  TheK. F.���'&.-.A. Co., sells Crow's  Nest coal; seasoned hard-wood, any  lengths, Loon Lake ice; daily delivery.  Office opp. Windsor Hotel. V. & N.  Tel. 123. tf  ��� Violins, mandolins and guitars from  $5.00 up at the Greenwood Music Store.  99****9***********#***#*  .9   _������.._.; ^.^_._^.___.-.=__.__���*_  I XF* J. MITCHELL X |  II.  II-  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ' 9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9 Copper St.  ed.  �����  ��t  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  mz *  *  Shop worn goods 9  9  your Fall  Suit  *  9  when you can secure *  9  9  most   fashionable 9  9  pattern which have 9  9  just arrived. 9  9  9  sag *  9  for  New Goods of  the  The Biggest and best  assortment of Fall Suitings ever brought into  the Boundary*  X  (1  THE TAILOR  9  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  9  *  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  *  *  9  9  ���rr  Greenwood. *  *" *��� ��� ��  9****99*****9****9*****9  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  JEHCKE3- FIACH1ME CO.-  I in stock I Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  * ���.      . % Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps.  Chain Blocks,  % Warehouse, % Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  * *  9*******9****9 :   CANADIAN RANB BRILL C��.  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  F. P. MENDENHALL,  GREENWOOD.   B.C. ROSSLAND.   B.C.  R. P. WILLIAMS,  Hh  ����->���-  4  4-  <4  K  y  4-  <4  *-%�����  4-  4444444444444444444444444444444444444444-  m  m  22��x?  m  On Cbe  M  m  km  ���ft sat  .\y~ -  OF THE WEST FORK.  *  %    %  SURVEYS ARE NOW BEING MADE ~AND LOTS  WILL SHORTLY BE ON THE MARKET. CARMI  CITY ADJOINS THE GROUP OP CLAIMS ON  WHICH THE CARMI MINE IS THE CENTER.  Cfoe Shipping group of tfoe  Carmi is the Mining Center of the Upper West Fork Country. The  Townsite adjoins the Carmi Mine, which shipped 2,000 tons of ore to the  smelter during tho past winter, and upon which development is being  pushed in order to he ready for continuous shipments when railroad is  completed to Carmi.  %  &  %  FOR TERMS WRITE  lames Kerr,  Greenwood, B.��*  ��  3ame$ ����� Dale,  ��armi. B.fr  arrrrfffl-fflfflinffl^^  111IIK J IS IIM1 IB.  't  111  ���>  y\  I?  '��  *-_fl  i '4  i  i  i  (*���  ���v o  ;Page 4.  /TV;  HE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY. TIMES.  Mm  '"���SSI /3-S*4"*.  ?Si     __*&����� _rf\&SS__  _y_\_3js___,i_.Sa  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.  lazxia strretsgwnsi.'czaiax-t.s.. iseuamtxtss m>: n. t_.�� vmvxa-?  Z'm  PUBLISHED BY **���������  The Greenwood Times Printing and PuKislHti-j  Company, Limited.  and such niefctirig-s as that on Monday  night are but fitting- tributes to the  men who established a reputation in  that grave yard of reputations���South  Africa.  The smo-cer on Monday night is a  public affair. No invitations have  been issued except to a few living in  other cities. It is hoped that the men  of Greenwood will on an occasion such  as this fiil the theatre and give Messrs.  Iv.oekie and Shaw a royal welcome.  THS WSST FOKK ROAD.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS:  HALLETT & SHAW,  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cahle Address:   " haueti."  .- i  r. ���,._.  J Bedford M'Kfeill's   Greenwood,  Codi_s   -j Moreiny & Neal's #      s_ c#  ( Leibor's.  I. Jl.   ..A_._-I.TT.  II. C. SHAW.  McLEOD & BROWN  Barristers.and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, .Etc.  Offices: Naden-I. lood block, Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. -.now;.. J. P. McLi-*od.  ��>_r_.-CAK Ros_.  ....Ed.tok.  THURSDAY. MAY .    l*Vl.  MIDWAY���V_t}E-vGN KAIL, WAI  If the provincial government do not  .give the desired, aid to the Mid way-  Vernon railway it is not because thc  necessity and importance of.the undor-  laking has not been clearly brought to  the attention of its members. Lasl'  week G. A. Henderson manager of the  Bank of Montreal and Mayor Mega*-.  of Vernon as representatives of the  people of Ve'i--.iou and again urged that  g-overnnievit aid be forthcoming. In a  ���communication to thc government  signed by them and Charles Wilson,  'Q. C, on behalf of the promoters, the  importance of this line, is .succinctly  _set forth as follows :  ...    "Because it   brings   into   direct  ���connection two of the  richest sections  ���of 'the  Province,  which, though  contiguous,   have  heretofore,   for  lack of  adequate communication, been   widely  .KG-:a: ate.:'.���one   a   magnificently   rich  .agricultural  district,   capable   of  pro-  . due ing all that is neccssa-o*  to  supply  .the   interior   markets   iu  agricultural  produce; and the other having  woritier-  iiil   promise of mineral  dcvelopme-.it,  .-and an  industrial  population   greater  ihan   that  of  any-   other  part  o.  the  Province-.  .2.    Because for the present it forms  '.'lie quickest   and     most    praetic'ibie  ^nertu3^of-'giving'direet=;;oTT-mur;tcation-  "between  thc Coast cities and  the Inferior wining towns.  3. Because it affords the key to the  railway situation, inasnnich as in iho  ���event of any line of railway. , being  built between the coast nnd Kootenay,  by v*ay of Hope Mountain or Spence's  T_ridge, it affords an alternative unci  competitive route.  4.' It diverts from American chau-  ;.eTs, aud conserves to i_riti..h Colombia f.irinei-.s, the market in agri-  ���culvin-'.il prodnce,  .5. J "i.e.! list., owing to the p'j-C.iti.i'  chara^'cr of tiie district through Which  It will run, and the fact that a large  traffic   -_1 ready   aw.iits it at "'...tii cm....  PRINGLE <& WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Packer Beusen of the West Fork was ��T ���       _, ... _.  ,.,,,. , . ,1 Notaries Public, Etc.  m the city tins week arranging to pack  in goods over the high water trail from I ��*rices: 0ver Ba,,k of Montreal, Greenwood.  West Bridge. High water has carried  away the majority of the temporary  bridges so that the wagon road can no  longer be used. It is a.sad commentary  on tne methods of expending public  money that goods must be packed ou  horseback into tins promising section,  notwithstanding the fact that over 320,-  000 has been expended on the wagon  road in that district.  To aggravate the situation the govern ment has eviden tiy decided to punish  tliose interested in the West Fork 'for  the sins of itself and its officials, since  no appropriation appears for the com-  pieii. m of this important wagon road.  Wit hont discussing the methods of  expenditure of the money already  voted���methods which were doubtless  grievously disappointing to a practical  business man i_..e the cliief commissioner of lands and works, the absence !  of an appropriation to complete thej  r.__d indicates a pound foolish and:  penny yvise policy on the part of the  government. After expendingS20.000,  the government would act wisely- in  appropriating say i-yi.000 aufiicient to  complete the road, thereby measuring  for itself a return   on   the   outia3'    by ~  reason of the great   development   thut   ffiAUER d?- ASHC^C^F"7"  would surely take place   iu   the   Vves  -fork country were it given some trans,  port a tion facilities.  FORBES M. KERBY. C.E"  Provincial IvAND Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood, ii. C  also J, A. CTns-.vorth's Store, "Midway, B. C.  F. W.  'GROVES,  Civil and . Miking Engineer  Provincial Land  fctonv'UYOH.  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  i\Iiu--r.Tl Claim:- Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  y .and SlielHiatdwdiV Groceries an  HARLES Ai  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and5 Provincial  I.and Surveyor.  1EENWOOD,    -.  O.  VANCOUVER, B. C, 73 3 Pender St,  Also NELSON, B. C.  .. ���-1  Provincial Lsad Surveyors  malas aad Civil Ei-El-teeiing.  _��_iucral  Claims  Surveyed and Crown Grained    -,        Land and Ejig-inceriajj- Surveys  ii. ksi^^hol^r^rsfully edited ��- a. ���; j^-" P'''5' "'** "S^"'"  Rossland Miner for two years has Wood Bloc.:, next door to Custom offi.ee.  gned his position and  is succeeded GREENWOOD. 13. c.  v.   Gregg.    Mr.  O-rogg y-dned ��� ^^r^^^^qy,^^  the  resij.  by C  .his newspaper experience at tiie  Coast;  and later as editor of the _Melson j  Miner. Ke is a brilliant newspaper j  writer ami tho Miner is to be cOu- j  gratnlated on securing his services.  MORTGAGE  SALE.  We  are Manufacturers and  direct Importers, and carrv _. lanre stock of l.aiauces, lullnac-.,.  Fire Clav crouds. Scientific aud Practical Hooks. CrUi.-sv.arc, Platiuuui Goods, Acids, Clieuuca.. .  :uid all oilier A. savers'and MiuL-rr,- rc-quiremeiiis. . Sole audits for Aioi-aii Ciucilne t.onip.uij ,  Battersea and  Standard  Firebrick  Co., Crucibles and iMiilVles.    1 Seeker's Sous .balance-, no  Catalogue raid full, particul.-irr ser.t.011 application.  ��� Braan's Gasoline .Furnaces-'-and'.'Cupel MacMttes,      7  t-K-Mncsi?xarT_.��  wmmmmmmm  im  S-| /h. r_��ixr.    ��Z /<*> /b, if$  dm    ty^  CUSSREKT COiVlMERT.  Mr Smith Curtis, one of the most  prominent members of the. opposition  in the British Columbia 'legislature,  has hinted at an intention <-��f retiring  from public life at the close of the current' term. Mr. Curtis' friends will regret to her-r that this statement has  been made because of the unsatisfactory condition of his health.  ���It would te unfortunate from the  public standpoint if tiie inenber from  Rossland should find it necessary to  retire. Those who have observed liis  pu.blic course will agree that he is the  -ioviformai^  politics. lie is a student of affairs in  the wider sense, and his reading- and  rvafion have imbued him with  ider.s, v.l.i.'e his v.eU-b-.l  anccd jUdgmen: restrains liim from  attempting the impossible or the hu-  p '. c.io'u.le. He is a fair and o.'.yteous  op pone 11  ter.  of hi  X>romini'iiL place in provincial   pontics,  having been a. member of   tiie   ioriucr  HUuii'.i'Un; tivjn, anci continuing ' *- u-* -������  leuding n'oinber of tile lionse vr  party we:.t into onpOHition.  If the pi-ec-n'ionsuess of his health i  '..he >'.iniy reason for his oesire tii refir  it may  siu_er.-iv be hoped tilt  00s  progrcssl1'  Notice is hereby ..riven tliat there will lie sold  by public auciiou o-.i Saturday, tlie 8th day of  June A. D. 1901, at 32 o'clock noon, at the post  office iu the town or ('reeuwond IJ. C, all. and  singular the lands .ollo-vius-. that is to say:.  Tu ti;e city of Greeinvood, in the province of  British Columbia, aud *oet;._r coaiposed of an undivided one-half interest ia and to lots 15mid  16 in Block .O, subdivision of lot 001,' sronp one,  Osoyoos Division, Yale District, liritisli Columbia, an uildivided one-half interest iu lots  7 and S, in block 2 of subdivision F of said lot  001. 'An undivided one-quarter interest iu and  to lots 3 aud 11 iu said Block 2 iu said subdivision F, under and by virtue of a certain  morlyaye dated tho 21st day of September,  Iff')'!, which mornra.yv, and title deeds-will be  produced for inspection by lite purchaser ou  day of sale. Tliu terms and conditioifa. of sale  will be made l-Howii by tiie auctioneer at the  time of ..ale.  Dated this 1st dav ol May, A.'D. 1901.  ���A. S. BLACK.  Solicitor for Mi.rt_-a.ree.  and of incorruptible cbara.c-  ie is con ra;'.eon., in liis advocacy  views.    Ho had  alrcr.'-ly   -vou   a  lact in <>ro'  of   tiie   f  iitt:iuin.'.r t  iu his  if ail tiie raii-.vays pr  >e  assisted by the Cioyerii-neut it gives tiie  j.:reate.-.t present ���promise of .substantial  returns to the Province for assistance  'jxU.iidcd."  THE SMOKER.  x-x\ .,c _.v.,...v. ...���:���' ('b-  son will not hmg e;:-:ist, and   Lnav  before tiie present t.rai of the "no  expired be mav feel hhu-��:H sulfic  : rea  eve j  ���������MINERAL,-AGq.r-4S96. -  Ce_-.ifjca.fi of Irnprovemest:.  NOTICK.  ALTA   Mium-al. Claim,   situate  in  the Kettle  Kiver  Miniuir  Divi-dou    of  Yale   lymrict.  Wiiere located:    In  Providence   camp   au-  'oiuinr.r tliu Kob 3-_oy  iniiip.ral claim.  ���"���PAX:.   "*.0T1'1-.   thai   I.   Arthur   Murdoch  _L   . Wliites'ulc, as  aireiit for  C.  N. Mardon,  free miu'-.r's certi licate. _\o. 11 21-.35, Denny Moy-  !av. frev ;nii!er*s certi licate Xo.  ;"!2;>;6:*l7p. W.  'ilii'.on, free miuer's certilicate No.   A1S59T, and  *',.->iiis    1.    ().;-.trt::-.ki    free    miuer's   certilicate  Vo.    l;-'.')'!6    iiiieud      sijety     days    from    the  .-late hereof, lo apply   to   tlie Jriininy >_ecordcr  fur   a   Ceriiiieate'of    Iuip.oveiuy.its,    for    the  : ri.-pose  of o_ininin;<- ;i  Crown  (.rant of fhe  above claim.  And .further  take   notice  that action, under  section  37,   liirujl  be commenced before tins is-  ��� iiu.ic.. of sreii Certificate of Improvements.  Daied tliis l.-sth clav of April, l'ltil.  A. *d. WIllXIOSIDE.  *.?*  p.-^*1  ���^-V  *y?   si? ^pf&z  ta fa ^s--n tf-j       -qf  MM  ���^^SJ-i  ^ Wilson  ���vzf tsasssa  ���*��� Wi\  A HI)  T''?"*?.FTt?T  ;0;f' LIMITED lIABiLSTf  PHOENIX  FIRE  ASSURANCE CO.,  X. _i_-v_---.-        - 01_ L0KD0N).]jjjgI;ANI*).  itlr  :slored   to    remain   in   pmi  'orontu (Hobo.  1--.  lifc-  KoiiCt- oi- m:m:;v-m.  The Times hastens  to  coin;-ratuiaie  - '.he men who made what  looks  like ;.:  ��� successful effort to revive Greenwood  from its apparent indifference to. her  soldiers boys who have returned from  South Africa. All that was required  to arouse the people was a little oryan-  iK.ttion and  the  smoker at the  Audi-  ������_;.���.riara on Monday nig-ht is almost sure  rto be an overflowing-house of enthusiastic citizens.  There is something- more than the  ���welcoming- home of Greenwood citizens  in such an event. It is a public expression   of the   appreciation    of   the  ��� ivorth of Canadian volunteers when  called to fig-ht the Empire's battle._ In  the days of peace the volunteer was  .mbjected to indifference to the sneer..  of those who dubbed them featherbed  soldiers and other uncomplimentary  terms. Thanks to their deeds of  heroism in South Africa, the volunteers  are no longer subject to sneers. The  people appreciate their sterling worth  Notice is hereby -riven Miat thc  partnership heretofore snV>-.istin^ between us tlie undersigned as Hotel-  keepers'in Camp McKinney. B. C, has  thi'-' day been dissolved by mutual  consent. All debts owing to the said  partnership are to be paid to Henry  Koss 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 chis 6th  day of may, A.D., 1901.  Signed :     A.T.KXAXDER  McAuLKY.  H..XRY ROSK. !'  Witness :    Hexi.y Kichoi.sox, J.P.  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  the store. The lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  J. W. MEI.I.OR.  Greenwood, B. C, May 2, 1901.   .  M.KEi.AL ACT. .396.  Certificate of ���.-i.3_-oveme_.t.'  "isOTicn;.  i"MRRAT.!* Mineral 'claim, silnnU* i" the  Keale Kiver Mining Division ol Yale Dis-  tricl. Y.*h..-i-e located:    ln  I. eiuiwoort camp.  TAKI' NOTICK tliat I, Svdnev M. .Fohu-  son, Vvi-xx Millar's Ceriiiieate Ko. 15. S1-.0  for self und;...; ayciil for I. H. .Hallett, Free  ..liner's Ce..lUie*ue Ko. ..003 and Limlstiy Mc-  Can-eu Vrxixi "Miner's Certificate No.  i:3:iU2       ink-mi sixty days from  liie date hereof, to apply to the Mining-  lleconk-r lor a Certi ilcaie of "Iniprovemeuls, for  llie purpose ol" obtaiuiu'r a Crown Grant of the  above claim" "  And further talce notice that action, under  Section 37, must lie commenced before tlic issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  bated this 1st day of Januarv, A. D..191)1.  SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAIy. ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement-  c    NOTICE.  -lONAI/UXU mineral  claim,  situate   in   the  Kettle River Mining-Division of  Y'ale  District.   Where located :     In Copper camo.  r7*A!_E   NOTICE   that   I.   C. JE.  Shaw as  _L     nffeiit for James   R.   McMackson,  Free  Miner".--.  Certilicate No. B13S6  and William H.  MCJiacUson, Free "itiners Certificate No. -.135.3  i uteud: sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  theMiuinjr  Uecorder for a Certificate of Im  prosenieuts for   the   pur nose   of  obtaining-  a  Crown Grant of the abc e ;laim.  And further take notice rhat action under  Section 37  must he commenced before the is  suance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated the 20th day o�� November, IS...  192 C. _-.. SHA*W. k.  REPRESENTING :  PHOI5NIX  FIRK  WBSTBRN ASSURANCE.  CO., 0ptokonto.    ":  BRITISH AMBRICA ASSURANCE CO.,  OF TORONTO  .  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE '  ASSURANCE CO., OF I.OKDON, ENGLAND  BIRKBBCK INV3SSTMENT & LOAN CO..  OF T0R5NTO.  GEO. R NABEN,  Manage!  mr^m -_nr=s*jt*. e*Br.t*t f  rn �� rjii. ��imj-.V*gwnn  i^r^jiF7^  PlBiaii^^^ jrst__^_fflHSBy  ii^fi.  PI  m  m  l  'Mi  -HALf  If All��K���w-  TFiB B, C WHOLESALE LIQUOR  COMPANY  'ARE GENERAL AGENTS FOR THIS POPULAR  NATIVE WATER.  i  pia' ������V7 ..    .sr-..M,*f*  0 L^  ?  ti.  V'  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Pag-e 5.  TRADES COUNCIL.  Proceedings of Regular meeting Held on Monday Night.  Regular meeting- of the Trades and  __.abor Council was held on Monday  '__' evening in Union Hall with President  Stack in the chair; A fairly good  representation of,the different unions  being in attendance.  Vice-President Winnett not being  present, Del. Quiiilin was appointed to  act in his place.  Credentials were presented seating  W. Frawley as a delegate from Barbers  tuiion^ J. L,. Meilde from Typographi  cal  union  and Nathaniel Roberts and  H. Coats of Cooks and Waiters union.  Several communications were read,  one from the Phoenix Trades and  Labor Council notifying the different  unions that thc Knob Hill cafe of that  city is not no-",- on the unfair list.  Bill from the Greenwood Times'for  $2.00 was ordered paid. -.  Organizer Wilson reported that the  clerks of -.this .city had sent for their  charter and that they would be organized by the next meeting- of this  council.  The provincial government railwa3*  policy was discussed to considerable  length���and among other things the  stand that Smith Curtis has taken was  endof.-cd'iirianiioiisly and the secretary  was- instructed to write him to that  effect. '.���'_.  Mr. Ouinliii a delegate from the  Greenwood Miners union and delegate  elect from that body to attend the annual convention of the Western Federation of Miners which is to be, held iu  Denver, Colorado, on May 26, spoke at  some .length ou political lines being  adopted-.among labor organizations.  He .urged, the union men to take this  matter up and to co-operate with one  another and that by so doing their  rights would be restored.  Mr. Qtiinlin intends to make politics  his paramount issue at the convention  and as he is an able speaker and a  good debater lie will no doubt be a  valuable member of the convention.  ���HEY/ BLACK JOE.  Gone are the days -  When   my  name   was   fig*hth.g  Joe,  Gone are tlie friends  "Who used to trust me so.  Gone���they are gone,  And   the  reason   all   may   know,  I've    heard    the     Dtnismuir    voices  calling:  Come, Black Joe !  CHOKTJS.  I'm coming! I'm coming!  And   my  buck    is   bending   low,  I hear thfe Dutisnmir voices  calling: .     '.     ,  Come, black-Joe.  Gone is Smith Curtis  The   man  who. served   me   well,  Far from the ranks  Of the men I'm going- to sell,  --yBut-^Vaudy-_Br.o.wa,.aii.d_..Eilly_!^_^._.^-^_^__=^  Boy.  . Will follow; me. to hell,  For    they've    heard    the    Dunsmuir  voices calling:  Come, Black Joe!  CHORUS.  "We're going! We're going!-'  And our  backs-    are   bending   low,  We've    heard    those    golden    voices  calH-1;*':-. ���      .-���  Come, Black Joe.  ���-Victoria Post:  IN BUILDING LINE.  Several Buildings Now Under Course of Erect  tion in'the City.  There will be considerable building  in Greenwood during the coming summer. The Russel l-Law-Caulfield com-  pairiy have their plans prepared for a  two storey brick and stone building on  Copper street. The building will  have a 75 foot frontage on'Copper  street and run back along Short street  a distance of 100 feet. It will be used  for their hardware and other departments of their business which at present is. being carried on in two separate buildings.  J. W. Mellor will in a few days  award a contract for a two storey brick  and stone building on Copper street  next to the Bank of B. N. A. The  building will have a 25 foot frontage  on Copper. The lower story will be  used by Mr. Mellor for his own business.  Plans are being prepared for several  residences which will be erected during  the summer. Taking everything into  consideration the outlook, for -a brisk  building season is very bright.  ���Fresh strawberries received   twice a  week at Semerad's, Copper street..  *   *  ._.�����  +it&,  -��<i-  BOSN,  Lambi.y���Born, to tne wife of C. A. R.  ���Lambly, at Fairview, on the morning  jof the 29th 1901,'a daughter.  *.vrgyR;csuir*'*a*a'~Jf. Luflatasa  rs.i5  uy  IE 1*IST  CHOICE CIGARS   AND  TOBACGOS XXXj?%  News Paoers, Periodicals, If  :.        "....     .���..*   |  Circulating Library, {rancy .i��  | Goods, Candies, Etc, Etc  I  m  fel  i',-.  P  1  il  ?j";*--_t--__;___^-_i__--_^^  COPPER  Beans per can    Peas ,,   Com....: :..    Tomatoes. ......:   Potatoes per cwt   Raisins per package   Raisiiis per lb.'...,..'.J   Currants loose.......   Currants. Package    Salmon, per can .'..  Salmon, 2 lbs....   Mackerel, per can fresh   Herring, per can, fresh......  Herring*, tomato sauce   Preserved bloaters   Flour, Hungarian   Flour. Gold Drop   Potatoes, per cwt -.   9ih-por-case^i...vv,:.w.v^.,...^.-....  BANNERMAN'-"  ........$0.15         15        15       -15   -.  1.75  13  .......... ���' -10        20         15        2 5  .:...    j s  ........     .15        20  ..'      20    1-50  ...-:.'....: 1,35   ...-1.75  ,���_--i..3.-6S  D>S>AQ  lire  mcpoiineii I  '���9  CF*  &  s**  cF*  <��*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  ��__  C?*<  CF*\  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  "2?  <_**  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,1)00.  Best... .$7,000,000.  President:   Lokd Strathcona and Mount Roy-.l,  Vice-President:   Hon. Ghorge A. Dkommoxd.  General Manager :   E. S   CLOUS-TON-.  Brandies in London, Eng. {^{eJ^ISU New YorK, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling-Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial au  Travellers' Credits, available in- any part_of the world.  Greenwood Branch,'     F.' J. FIKUCANE, Manager*.  .-=9  h-_����  -*__9  -THE BANK.'OF-  I'iiii.  14 M.^  Established 183S.     Incorpooated by Goya. Charter.  Capital,-^l,000,00e-$4,'866.65. : ������ :���;  Reserve Fund, i35G,OQO---$lJ.03,333.35y  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON. ENGLAND.  H. ST.KEf.iAN. General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELMSLX, inspector, Montreal.  Bankers ascents  in   all   the  principal cities   of ��� Canada- and  the  'United States, and correspondents in all-parts       ��� .    .  of the world.-  A GENERAL BACKING BUSINESS'TRANSACTED.:..  Greenwood Branch:   W. G. II- BELT. Manager.  KwirAir>rincu��iv����Er--iu��!-. nzsramro-.Tvx  GAVIN   SPEWCE  SCOTCH ��� CONCEPT:  ,r  w^  Boundary   Valley   Lodae  No. 38, l.O.O.F.  EETS every Tuesclay  Eveninir   at'S.OO   in  tlieir lodge room at Masonic  hall.   A  cordial  invitation is extended to all sojonrninsr  brethren. "O. __.Tay._0-.,. N G-  FKKiin.Hoi.MRS.  Rec. Sec.  _vrK.-e.Mv.u .tvw. -jr. sm.��.cc*v>*3"/xrr. vTa .^c-xj.r.'..r*rra'*-*,*-="C"*.tt-ly-i  Mines *���*'���  * Estate  Greenwood <and Myers Greek,  1 THE f AMDIAI1AEI 'OEPIIERGE: \  rJ3Ti?iS.-*^s_n-s;s7rw3 kt  tJ-'AS  ^j . With WhicirisInc6robmted,t&  I'TME BAHKOF BRITISH COLUMBIA  1 '        MEAD OFFICE, TORONTO;  ^-Capital. $8,000,000.    ,'-.  m ,. ���     '  v^      HON. GEO. A. COX. President. * B,E. WALKER, General Manager  Rest,"$2,000,000 j��  1  J.  ^9  SMYTHE,  '_       lias   taken   charge*'of   the     \  \> rooms in the j  Where she will be prepared to  look after all her old customers and as many new ones as  "she*cah"entertaint"'rJ;he!T00ms--  a're well furnished and comfortable; rates reasonable. If  3*ou need ���  /Of  WO  ^ '%JL  Z Call   and   see   her   -be-      * S..  M    -���    fore. taking  elsswhere.        ''*)���  i A  >���-;^c>o<or^o���<i)-I<vo^c'>^-(c?a�����c--;o^o���.ows-l3l��.a�����^>'0���<3^^^I���<  >.-ia'a.Tr3'r��-��-TnK*wMre�� i ij. ._i'r: _qj<ji. ���irnu?xt2K>zyri  n,*u  mm  m Hum  *!.    ��  If I  MIIIHI  The Scotch oouceft to.  be   given   on  'Thursday next, the Kith inst., b>-   Mr.  Gavin   Spence  and'   Miss.' Flora   Mc-  lJomild, promist's to be a musical treat,  not oniy for Hcutchiuen, wlio so keen1"'  relish   everyHiiiiy   pertaining-   to : ,  Land o' Cakes and   niotiutuin "dew.  but also to all lovers   of   yood   ballad  music.      Gavin   Spence    possesses    a  Lenor      voice   'of     a      high     order.  '  The     Boston     Herald     says    of     a  recent performance of his in that  city:  '"The sound of the great singers   voice  will louy be reuienibered-in Boston   as  one of the_beat eKpressioned the people  have had a  chance   of   hearing-."    In  his Scotch readings aud dialect humor  he can by   a  single   gesture  produce  mirth or make a   hushed   silence   prevail.  Miss MacDonald is a vocolist gifted  with a rich mezzo-soprano voice and  remarkable dramatic ' talent. Her  dancing of the Highland fling, sword  dance, and other national dances is  inimitable and will gratify the most  exacting, and in themselves will  amply pay those who attend.  Both Mr. Spence and Miss McDonald  appear in the national costume  throughout the entertainment, thus  lending a color to their performances  that readily leads all "native sons" to  imagine their feet are once more on  their native heath.  LIMITED.       R. GREIGER, MGR.  .xxx Agents For Pabst Beer.  Complete. Line Bar. Supplies. ....GRE  *_"       S3"       SStS-  *y$s   &%/    j*%j  ..���-�����.-��i-iu-i���-.jr_-r__w_-  I till  Mm*-  [MOVED SffilffiiG: PUMPS.  P5ST0N PATTERN.  ta      This pump is of comparatively light  !�� weight,  easy'to  handle and gives un-1  |fl quailed   satisfaction.    It  has  no  pro-  $j jecting   valve gear or parts liable to  ie. breakages   in  handling.     It  is  fitted  ��$ with convenient suspending hooks and  M is easily repacked.  fi We give special attention to the Construction  fa of all PumBin"; Maciiinery re.uirecl for Mine!  r'C Work and Manufacture any Type of Pump for  sS any Special  Duty���Pumps actuated by Com-  ia pressed Air, Pumps for Bad Mine Water, Station  gl Pumps, etc.   Catalogue and Specifications upon  request.  IDE fill! COMPANY, Llll.  Toronto, Canada.  ( 1! i II I �� McMILLAN,  Ag-ents at Rossland.  Manager Greenwood Branch.  ersF'av  {'fi 'v"a  ���rsi  \i.U  ..= ��..  ��Sii*?^" -ar  ^:j XoS>  *S^  2  i.��-,-=,lTN.<_i_1?^,_  -<���*���  CI?e;lfsf:SI#cft, Clie leafes! Elg  Copper S'treet,. Green wood*,  �����'  1   \J    :vl_i^ yj"T i     oil       f -i    M  1 V%^'^/j y^~"^. i  Cr-r?P  0.   A. WALKEM & CO,  A (rents   at Vai-couve  'y>.  *.*>  >;->���  '<���-, ���--���  ���kxj>.  {-.ft.  ���''���- '.  'i ���".  i\--: ���  iy.  v. %  II  if.;-"  .il*.  ...c..^,..:.....^....c..o.��^.....,v.....^.:..^��&||  Smoice a William Pitt Ci^ar.  with  ever)** ci^ar   at; Jacobs'-    Ask for it.  A ioilv ��ji-ven  -' mi O  ���   <*TTix ** -5J ���  ��0_s.^t"B*<f-'  tt '^Vx  Atftf.  m��i*+  ciy;ars  o  mmtm t um  aiv   get   the   be.st  at 'jaC0l)S.     :.    :     :  MlNs   &���*��  z W- s HfliCl  CLARENDON HOTEL'BLOCK. -������-,-' Cooper Street.  _"<--_K>JM"_'i_cc-v*--_'"��<>N>;-v^^-��.^.-y_-".-*::_c��^  When  you  the   country;  ��lie  M  I!  i-M  Si.  11  i.!..  y>.  i< i'i  < * ;.->  M  ?!'.  '<x !;'���  II  ^imiUiUilllUiiiiHiiUIIiUiilllliliiiiliilliUliilliUUIIIiliilill^  PETER GE.VELLE, PftES. J. GENEUUE, f/OE-PRES.  J. POUPORE.  SECRETARY.  General Office.  ���  Greenwood, J*. C.  WW  LIMITED.  f Telephones :  ' Cohinibia Xo.  Hoiimlarj-Crce.lt No.  ; Vyrneii .v Nelson  i No. 20.  Our Yards a-.id Mills are  located as follows :  . Greenwood, Phoenix. Dead-  wood City, Eholt No. 1, IChol No.  2, J-onqr I_ake, Rock Creek,'Skylark Camp, Nakusp, Kobsoii,  Ymir and Kosslaud.  We /.-;e Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  il in urn ia... i  f<!!!ni!!!!!UH!!!?n!H!!!n!miHinm!mHnimfnmm!m!��!K  m  I  ."���*_!.  Mt,  is.  ;|  [0:  irSt  }1  t i-.i  ���1$  '|.'4y  ��� l-tt!  ���X 77'  -*; :i'o.  I  V-,-  ���11  ti  yy Page 6.  THE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  REGARDING THE ALLEY.  Bill Introduced in the Legislature to Settle  Matter.  The present city council found upon  coming" into office that the many ratepayers interested were claiming damages for the appropriation of land used  in opening the alley between Copper  and Silver streets in the city. As the  council had not the nee ;ssary authority  to deal satisfactorily with the question,  arrangements were made to introduce  a bill in the legislature granting the  necessary power. Last week the Hon.  attorney-general introduced the following:���  Whereas the Corporation of the City  of Greenwood has, by  a   by-law   dated  the day of .   189���,   established  and opened a lane or alley in the city  of Greenwood, ten feet wide, and  running north and south between  Wellington and Deadwood. streets,  through blocks 7 and 12 in said city,  and for that purpose has expropriated  the eastern five feet of all lots in said  blocks 7 and 12 facing on Silver street  and the western five feet of all lots in  said blocks 7 and 12 facing on . Copper  street, in said city:  Therefore, His Ma*jesty, by and with  the advice and consent of the legislative assembly of the province of British  Columbia enacts as follows:���  1. This act may be cited as tht Greenwood relief act, 1901.  2. The council of the city of Greenwood may pass a by-law for providing  the means of ascertaining and determining what land or real property will  be immediately benefitted by the establishment and opening of the said alley  or lane, and for ascertaining and  determining the proportion in which  the assessment is to be made on the  various portions of land or real property benefitted, and for assessing the  land or the teal property so benefited,  and for levying and collecting, by  means of a special rate or tax upon such  land or real property such proportion,  not to exceed eighty per cent of the  amount of the compensation paid or  awarded as damages to the owners of  the land or real prqperty entered upon  or expropriated for the purpose of  establishing and opening such lane or  alley, as the council may determine,  and for regulating the time or times  and the manner in which the said  assessments to be levied are to be paid,  as if such expenditure, were a local improvement within the meaning.of section 245 of the municipal clauses act.  where mines are actually existing or  become established in any city or town,  within two miles of the limits thereof,  magazines may.be maintained within  such limits or distance, provided that  such magazines be rendered safe by  natural mountains or hills, or by artificial mounds of sufficient height and  thickness.  And your petitioners will ever pray,  & c, & c.  Dated the 6th day of March, A.  D.,  1901.  S. F. PARRISH, B. C. Mine.  ' H. JOHNS, Sunset Mine.  J. MASSAM, Marguerite, Greyhound Mines  DAVID OXLEY, Athalstan Mine, B. C.  FREDERIC KEFFER, Mother Lode.  LOCAL NEWS.  MINERAI, ACT- 1896. .  IT IS A BEAUTY=  RE MAGAZINES.  Fred Roy has opened his cigar factory on Gold stseet.  7 The Industrial World,  of Rossland,  is now issued as an evening-daily.  Dont forget to go to the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,  good mocha and Java coffee, good tea  and fresh groceries.  A. N. Pelly is again in the city after  spending some time at Bridge River  where he is interested with Leslie Hill  C. E., in some yery promising mining  properties.  ^Julius and Mrs. Ehrlich returned on  Friday after a honeymoon trip as far  south as San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs.  Ehrlich have taken up their residence  on Silver street.  W. O. Wright succeeds A. Ferguson  as secretary of the Greenwood Club,  Mr. Ferguson was forced to resign  much to the regret of thc members in  order that he might give his whole  time to his horticultural gardens.  The Greenwood St. Andrew's Society  has arranged for a Scottish concert at  the Auditorium on May 16th. The  principals will be Gaven Spence and  Miss Flora McDonald who are making  a tour westward and who have received  encomiums in every town visited.  J. D. Sword, M. E., arrived in^ the  city last week as consulting engineering of the Montreal Copper Syndicate.  Mr. Sword who was well and favorably known as agent for the James  Cooper Manufacturing company resigned his position with that company  to accept his present position. The  Montreal Copper Syndicate is com--  posed of Eastern capitalists who are  seeking investment in British Columbia. Mr.. Sword will remain in the  district for some time looking for properties.that will suit him.  We have obtained the exclusive agency in the district for the  American and Canadian Manufacturers Association, and have  selected the CLEVELAND as the best all round wheel, and will  carry a full stock of this manufacture, in both men's and women's. There are a great many improvements over the 1900  model and they are conceded to be the best wheel made. If.  however, you are in love with some other make, we will obtain  it for you.  WE  WILL BE  PLEASED TO  HAVE YOU CALL  AND INSPECT THE "CLEVELAND."  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "CARMI" Mineral . Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale District. Where located : In Carmi camp on  the. West Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerby.  C.E., as aifent for Edumund Heathcote  Thruston, srec miner's certificate No. 27621,  George A Sonneman, free miner's certificate  No. oB42020, and Joseph E. Brauscombe,  free miner's certificate No. B42019, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Miniuir 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  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO. LTD.  ���A'\/'','WW/W  i  * *  COPPER   STREET.  FORMERLY THE HORSE SHOE RESTAURANT  MINER At. ACT. 1896.  ��W = ��PEN  Our Coffee, Cakes, Rolls,  Hot Waffles, Etc., Etc.,  are   strictly   fhe   best  in   the   Boundary    district.  MMER & FELLES.  Proprietors.  .CABLE ADDRESS  MAORI.  CODE :  MOREING &DNEAI,.  M  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  LAURA mineral claim, situated in the Kettle  River mining division of Yale district.  Where located :   In Loup Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. _b. Shaw acting-  as agent for Marry McArthur, ' Free  Miner's Certificate 7734B, G. R. Naden, Free.  Miner's Certificate No. 14357A, and 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 is-  suauceof such certificate of.improvements.  Dated this 12 day of April, .MOO.  3m-7. C. -E. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT. 1899.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ,'PINHOOK",   "WORLDS    FAIR   FRACT-  ION"and"MISSING LINK NO. 2FRACT-  .  ION" mineral claims, situate in the Kettle;  River Miuing Division of Yale District.  Where located :   In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett as  agent for George R. Naden, Free Miuer's  Certificate No. 14357a, and James S. C. Fraser��  Free Miner's Certificate uo. B29234, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to. apply to the  Mining-Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crojvtt  Grants of the above claims.  And further.take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be com menced before .the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of February, A. D. 1901.  3m-b I. H. HALLETT.  THOS. MILLER, Mgr,  TO LET:   Building suitable for Stores or offices.    Lot on Copper Street  business   centre. '  FOR SALE:   Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD, .: : Y BO.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.0  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.  8O03B, intend, sixty days from "the date  hereof, to apply to the mining recorder  for a certilicate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown graut to the-  above claim.'  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the iss"'  ance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 27th day of March, 1901.  I. H. HALLETT.  When Magazines may tie  kept Within  City  Limits.  A bill has been introduced in the  legislature in accordance with the  following petition:  The humble petition of the undersigned showeth as follows:���  Whereas, under the explosive storage  act, which was passed in A. D, 1888,  -,and_i.s.now^co.nt_amed._in^  the revised ���statutes of British Columbia, i897, any greater quantity of gunpowder than two hundred pounds,.or of  any other explosive than ten pounds,  may not be stored within two miles of  the boundaries of any city, except in  the case of explosives required by His  Majesty's naval or military forces, and  except in the case of magazines erected  by proprietors of coal mines in or about  ��� any colliery for colliery purposes, and  also except in case of any magazine  erected by railway companies in or  about the line of any railway for railway purposes;  And whereas, since the passing of  the said act the mining of such precious  metals, other than coal, has become  one of the most important industries of  the province;  And whereas the use of explosives in  the mining of such precious metals is  as* essential as in \h�� case of ceal  mines;  And Vvtl&fea�� itiagaziiies can be  rendered safe by the lr_tel.ve"dtloh of  natural mountains or hills, or by artificial mounds of sufficient height and  thickness which would ensure the  public safety;  And whereas both inconvenience  and expense and delay to the public  are increased by magazines being  maintained at such great distance from  thecentres of business as prescribed by  the above act;  And whereas the requirements of the  mining industry demand that better  facilities be afforded for the storage of  explosives within easy access of the  mines, and it is highly desirable that  the privileges in this respect afforded  to precious metal mining be co-extensive with those extended to coal mining , suoject to suitable provisions for  the protection of the public:  Your petitioners therefore humbly  pray:  1. That the said act may be amended  accordingly.  2. That  it   may   be provided  tliiat  -FOR���  PAINTING  DECORATING  AND SIGN  WRITING  BEST MATERIALS  EST    WORK  ENTIRE SATISFACTION  WALL PAPERS...  Just received a new stock  of the choicest selected  patterns.      :       :       :       *  SASH AND DOORS  Best quality Cedar at  prices never before offered  in Greenwood.     -:       :     :  PLATE,   SHEET   AND  FANCY GLASS:.  OILS,      LEAD.      VARNISHES,    DRY  PAINTS,   ETC.,   ETC.,    ETC.,   ETC.  ROOM  AND PICTURE  MOULDIN >S.  PICTURES FRAMED.  ARTIST MATERIALS.  USE MELLORS* PURE  REAM MIXED PA1TS.  $2 PER GALLON,  J.W.MELLOK  Copper Street.  Greenwood  li tSHKsrasasHssE.  ;_)���r^_j_^_ -*,_;*v*. #_;^_.-��  -*?*.*;: "'~i-'-'"'""  '.^7-777 i1"'^.'*,;  .-V,;*v.. ������^.,.���...T,,;! .,.,;r:^._-v_.  "S^r: :_-���.-:.: "_-_-_;;:.s:teH^  ,.'.-.' ; ��� ���"'"rf;-. _^;*s ��:jffi  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page 7.  RAILWAYS  V. V.  &  E.  SURVEY CAMP HEAR  THE CITY.  Kettle  River  Road   Fight   on   at  Ottawa���Situation at the Coast.  Mr. Whyte's Promotion."  J. Kennedy, chief ol the V. V. & E.  engineering staff, was in the city on  Sunday arranging the camp which has  been established near the kast Chance  mine and which is in charge of Mr.  Bell. It is rumored that the engineers  are attempting a survey from Phoenix  to Kettle river valley-and that the V.  V. & 12. connection will come from  Midway and end at Greenwood, and  -that there will be no Greenwood-  Phoenix connection on the V. V; & E.  "Whether this is true or not could not  "be ascertained from Mr. Kennedy.  The y. V. & E. company have guaranteed the provincial government that  in the event of their securing the  provincial subsidy they will build sixty  miles of railway this  year,  30 miles  ' beginning at Midway and 30 from the  the Coast. They guarantee the gov'eifn-  ment two per cent of the gross earnings.     These   conditions   were   made  ��� public in correspondence presented to:  ���the.legislature last week. The C. P. R.  want a subsidy for a; railway from  Penticton to Chillewack, but will give  no assurance that the road will be built  immediately.  The same old Kettle River Valley  fight is on  at Ottawa with  the   dif-  ' Terence in.the contestants only. ./The  C. P. R. has evidently become tired of  waving the old flag and the battle*  royal is left to politicians of the East  against the promoters of the "West.  Jno. Ferguson McRae the Pierpont  Morgan   of the West,  and J..B. Mc-  ". Arthur are in Ottawa seeking a charter  to build a railway from Cascade to  Carson with branches to Franklin  camp and from Carson to Phoenix.  The bill came up before' the railway  committee last week and was opposed  by Hon. J. R. Stratton and associates  who secured a provincial charter last  .year and who are this year seeking a  ���federal charter.  The C,  P.   R.  are making all pre-  -parations to give the Lardeau country  ���railway communication  this year.   J.  C Sullivan is the engineer in charge.  Friends and foes of the C. P. R. are  congratulating William Whyte on his  -promotion. It is such men as William  White who give the C. P. R. the meas-  -ure of popularity which it enjoys. Mr.  Whyteis a big man in every way. He  has been a good friend of the West and  -appreciated its requirements.  ^Last  Spokane  Sunday.  the^_schedule  on the  Northern"'was* changed.  The south bound train leaves Rossland  at 12:50 p. m., instead of 11:50 a. m., as  iormerly and arrives from Spokane at  .Rossland at 5 p. m. instead of 3:10 p.m.  ���Trains leave Spoks-rie at 9 a. in. instead  - of 8 a. m. and arrive at 7:35 p.' ni.in-  ijitead 6:40. p.. m.: .;'  /   y /PATRIOTIC CONCERT.%  ; /In Honor of Lieutenant Leckje and Alex Shaw.  Next Monday'evening the patriotic  ^citizens of G.reenwqod will have an  opportunity to publiclyyvfelcome back  -the heroes oi.the South11, African war.  At a public/��meetinjg r' on, Wednesday  ���evening;it was decided $o'give a complimentary Smoking concert on Monday  next in. the. Auditorium. Rev. Mr.  Robins is dhairrfiaAi'and; W^ (-..Hi Belt  - secretary bf a stfong committee who  ^are working enthuiastically to make  .the 'event i. great' success.- ..The Green-'.  '': -wood boys lot whom' the smoker'is  /given are Lieut l*eck_e and Alex Shaw  ofiStrathcona's Hors&who will bejgiven  some token- bf ^appreciation". of their  services for the .Empire,, in. South  Africa. The other t��6_. s from South  Africa who are visiting the city or  .surrounding district will be invited   to  ��� ' attend. ���' '���- ���   ��� '., ���. -t .* .  ' Special Rotes to Halcyon Springs.;'  The 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 Saturdays and 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 fate made for thirty  ���day round trip ticket.  , Fresh candy at Semerad's, Copper  street. '        :;   ���  ���JL  ���1%M*%.'  ft**��*��*��*������**����#***ft*������#��*0ft**ft*0*����**"*^^  IS THE GEOGRAPHICAL 1  * . -  ���   -.. ��� .  ��� ____________    *  9  9  9  9  9  9  ���9  9,  9  9  9 .  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  '9  CENTRE OF THE  WEST  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9-  9  9  9***********9***************************9******��***************��***9  Cbe Citle is Perfect..  :'������::'.aalfjmf..y" ���'  ����e  CORNER LOTS &/OQ TO $175.  INSIDE LOTS $75TO$125.  TERMS���1-3 Cksh; 1-3. in fourlmM^  Townsite Agents for the Owners, Greenwood and Rendell.  N. B,���Gontfacts have been let for a new hotel, general store, assay office  and other buildings,   Fishers new ^  0^^^^^^^^^^^  m-  ��-  m-  MINERAL ACT 18%,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '���FOUR ACE" Mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle Hirer Mining- Division of Yale District.   Where located;   In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTIOE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  . agent for Robert Jaffray, Free Miner's  certificateNo. B29816, William T. Smith, free  miner's certificate No, B29533, Robert Wood,  free1 miner's certificate No. BJW59,. and  E-van Parry, free miner's " certificate ; No.  B29955, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate pf Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to the abore  claim.  And further take notice that action, nnder  section 37, must be commenced befor* the. issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this loth day of April, 1901.  I.   H.   HAId.ETT.  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 ertificate No. B8120  and H. X,. Morgan,Free Miner's CertificateNo.-  B29-14, intend,, sixty days from the date here< t  to ( apply to tne raining recorder for "a certi'  ca!te of improvements for the purpose of obtais  in_r a crown grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice that action, und }  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.  XiAKE VIEW mineral claim, situate-! in \h��  ' Kettle Rivei Miniug Division of Yale District. Where located : In long Lake  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE ihatwe, Robert Wood,Free  Miner's Certificate No. B29759, and C. L.  Tliomet, Free Miners Certificate No, B29659, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply,  to to Mining Recorder for a Certificate of ��� Im-  prouenients, 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.  CI/IMAX 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. B8059, Arthur N. Pelly,  free miner's certificate No. 29591, and Gerald T. Hodgson, free miner's certificate  No. : 29788B, intend, sixty days front 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, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of April, 1901.  I. H. HALLETT.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MARGRIE mineral situate in the Kettle riv��f  : Mining Division of Yale District.   When  Located in Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. -ffi. Shaw acting  as agent for Mary wcArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate7734_i, and George R. Naden,  Free Miner's certificateNo. 14357a intend sixty  days from the date hereof to apply io' the  mining recorder for a certificate .of improvement' for the purnose of obtaining a crown  grant for above claim.   ,  *! And further take notice that action  under  cection 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  .;_JDated_this^7th day March, A. D. 1960.  ���      2^34 . "^-^-crJEr&KAtwt^-"^  .MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  ROBERT EMMET Mineral claim,  situte in  theKettle River Mining   Division of  Yale  ��� District: *  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. _E. Shaw acting  as agent for C. J. McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate 6227b, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's certlfidate. No. 14357a, and the P. A.  Langery. estate," Free ' Miner's certificate  No. 29629B, 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 ,tliat action, under  section 37, niust'b'e commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of-Improvements.  Dated this ?7ih day of March, 1900.  '  26-34 -.'��������� c, JE. SHAW.  :bitwwmw���  .*��-  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -*��.  11nQer$olls$erfleant * rock drills, straight im. 1  *~ ��� ... - ��� 1     ���        . '     ��� MlDlcv  n��jrn*_iico  ni_.r<r_iu      ^  ��� ���  ��� ���  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  :\-:-.       BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc. comple?fe^ekF^Tments  Afients For,The Bullock Diamond Drills. ._-___�����-_ stock carried in,rqssland.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  ..;.���.. ;:yyt - , notice.  IDAHO Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River- Mining Division of Yale district.  Where located:   In Long Lake camp.  TAKE "SfbTICE that l.CJE. Shawactlnr  a�� agent for J. Lucy, Froe Miner's certificate   8033b    and  the  P. A   Largey    estate  Free Miner's certificate 29629b,  intend   sixty  days from the. date hereof, to apply to theJ  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crowi-  Grant of the above claim.  ��� And further take notice that action, under  section 37,   must be commenced  before   the  issuance of stfch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of April, A. D. 1900.  41-50 CM. SHAW.  ���^   HI tt* ��. mcilallv. Rossland, B. C.  H* K�� Kirkpatrick, Greenwood, B. G*   ^s  7imiiimiimmmiimiiimmmiim  ' MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DUDLEY" mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River Mininp division of Yale district.  Where located:   In Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  free miner's certificateNo. B8003, for myself, and as agent -.for James Moran, free  miners's certificate No. B29781, intend, sixty-  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  milling Reorder 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 lo1-   day of April, 190x.  I. H. HALI.ETT.  ���lii  3,il  i  .1  I Page 8.  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Jl; Ijl-IVI 111  -IN THB-  ."        ..�����  .jf'WV'  "^a*/-**"       *-*���}/-  a ������*  Opticians  GREENWOOD, B. C.  EMORRI  Continued From First Papre.  He thought that Morrison shares were  a mighty good, speculation at the  present price, aud that while the assessment might work a hardship on some,  it was all right. As to the contract  with the smelter company, if there had  been a breach, he would like to know.  He like other shareholders understood  that it was such a good contract to the  company that he failed to understand  why it had been cancelled.  C. W. Vedder and Wm. M. Law also  objected to the assessment, the latter  moving the following resolution which  was unanimously carried: " that  George H. Collins and H. M. Keefer be  a committee to obtain legal advise and  secure proxies so as to hare directors  call an extraordinary general meeting  of. the company. A sub-committee  composed of the following were appointed to assist in obtaining names: E.  T. "Wickwire, C. W. Vedder, Arthur  Mowat, Dr. Simmons, W. M. Law, G.  S. Heron and the secretary.  ^fiersT^i^df~ir^al^iolAi^Kei{irr_  for the use of his office the meeting  adjourned.   .  For the information of shareholders  who are not, by reason of recent purchase, registered on the books of the  company and therefor hare not received  the last circular letter issued by Fred.  Oliver, the manager, the following ia  the gist of the same: "To pay of an  indebtedness of about $5,000.; to continue the development work at the  mine; to build a spur from the mine to  the railroad a distance of one aud a  quarter miles and to add additional  machinery.  The petition circulated by the shareholders is addressed to the Morrison  Mines Ltd, and states among other  matters that the shareholders subscribing to the petition require to have produced for their inspection at the registered office of the company in Greenwood, P) Register of shareholders. (2)  Shareholders address hook. (3) Minute  book of meetings of said company. (3)  Minute book of meetings of the  directors of the said company. (5) Estimates if any on  which assessments No. 10 and No. %1  in said company were levied. (6)De-  tailed statement of purposes for which  amount of said assessment No. 10 and  No. 11 are proposed to be used and  amount required for each purpose.  They also request that the said  directors of said company shall call an  extraordinary meeting of said company  at some place in B. C, before assessment No. 10 shall become payable for  the purpose of assessing said assessments, and the shareholders gave  notice that unless their wishes are  complied with they will apply to the  courts for relief.  BREVITIES |  LOG AL AND GENERAL  Dont forget the patriotic concert at  the Auditorium on Monday.  F. C. Dale Of Carmi, and J. C. Boles  of Beaverton, weredowiifro.ni the West  Fork last week.  Refreshments and cigars will be  served free at the patriotic concert' on  Monday. ~  Mr. Geo. E. Winkler of this city left  on Monday last to take a position with  Mr. A. E. Howse, a Nicola merchant.  Dont forget the ice cream.and strawberry social, Saturday, National hotel  dining room.    -  Dr. Foster, W. G. McMynn, Percy  Godenrath, D. J. Darraugh and other  Grpenwood men. are at the -Nelson  assize.- '>:���-���������-;������':��� -'��� ��� -  " '- '";'.��� "   ;  Gaven S-pence and Flora .McDonald,5  the famous Scottish entertainers;at the  Auditorium, Thursday-May 16.  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.  The programme of ' entertainment  will be unique and original. It is  hoped, that everybody will make an  effort to attend and fill the auditorium,  to overflowing.  D. C. McRae has received a telegram  from Dr. Mclntyre, a prominent resident of Mary ville, N. P., in which he  states that the Gaven Spence entertainer, are first class and that they are  sure to please.  The Ladies Altar Society of theR. C.  church are giving a strawberry and ice  cream festival next Saturday, in the  National hotel building, nearh- opposite A. H. Sperry & Co.'s. A musical  programme has been arrauged and  everybody' is cordialy invited to be  present.  Wanted���Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial stand,  ing. Salary $780 a year and expenses-  all payable in cash. No canvassing  required. Give references and enclose  .self-addressed . stamped envelope.  Address manager, 355 Caxton Bldg.,  Chicago.  Norman Murchison, a native of Victoria County Ont., died from a stroke  of approplexy at the Arlington hotel on  Monday last. The deceased who was  about 32 years of age was empk*3red at  Cameron Bros livery stable. His  parents live at Moose Jaw. The  funeral took place on Monday morning, Dr. Hunter conducting the  services. The pall bearers were Neill  McFadden, J. Kelly, J. Nasmith, Jno.  Caldwell, Angus McDonald and Geo.  Dowling.  ������.'������'  ! Home cooked meals, just the same as  you used to get before you left the Old  Folks_at_Ho_ne. ._,_. At,Kerf o.ot_s....__--_JL__  W. E. Anderson, Phm. D., has taken  over the drug business of G. F. Craig.  Mr. Anderson is an experienced druggist. He has been connected with  Henderson Bros., wholesale druggist,  Vancouver.- He*will open on Monday  next. He intends earring a complete  stock of drugs and drug sundries aud  will make a specialty of prescriptions.-  Poultry and good steaks always on  hand at the Gem restaura.ut.  A delightful' social wits' given, by-  members of the, Greenwood Methodist  church, in Wilspn's hall, Anaconda. A  large aiidieiace greeted those who  rendered an exceptionally interesting  programme.  Headquarters for dressmaking and  niillinery.:'at G. F. Williams.  The Windsor hotel has rearranged*  its din ing room and has added billiard  and pool tables'  ���  White blouses, all sizes and prices at  G.FyWilliams..,' .-.-:. ty.-...,',.. . _...���,.._.  For lesson's on violin; piano, mandolin etc,, see ;Prof.- Kau_Fni-.it. Greenwood-Music Store.        . ��� <   y  Seasoned fir; or tamarack wood.  Phone V. & N. $23. Prompt delivery.  ���"���"���' V: : tf.  . G...V. Semerad headquarters for 'ripe  fruit.'      ' '...,'..  For Raisf'r���Corner store with three  ���ooms, papered, rent:,; about $20. Apply Tlie Times office.   ':��������� % ��� *f  .   Fresh  strawberries received twice a  week at Semerad's, Copper street.  Freah fruit of all kinds'at Semerad's,  Copper street. '  The K. F. & A. Co., sells wood coal  and ice.   V. <fe N: Tel. 123. tf  For a quick lunch go to the Gem  restaurant, Copper street.  For Rent���Unfurnished rooms, very  cheap.   See Smith & McRae.  Switches, hair rolls, aide combs, and  fancy hair pins at G. F. Williams.  The best ice cream daily at'Greenwood Candy Factory. We. guarantee  it-ptjre, C. V. Semerad.  -im  ���������"g'g*gE?**-s-*^  Comfortable furnished rooms..  Private Board. Home Cooking. Board and room1, from  S7 a week and upwards.  *****9*0*��>-V <����� _ ��0��< WIIjUBB .*m, .**, 9.0, *.***. J  ��  L-y  LiaiTEB.  WHOLESALE  WlHE AflP SPIRIT  .MEteiAHTS.  victoria; b: c.  ��o��t��n ii o m�� ri im ��� iw ffi w* ��� tni it im ��� i_rrri ttv't  wij!  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  ...v Xifara.aai Tekacca.. .'���-.  Sa_��kers' SasfirUs.  Cottftrfeb-ft Cist ReoMS.  Copper Street, Two Doors Bei,ow  Rendei.-. Corwer.  i-fs-esa  4*4��4��^4��4��^4'-li4��4'4'4��4'4�� ���4��4����*fr*4---*,4'*fr*i-'4**3e  WANTED.  Tenders for hauling ore from No. 7  mine to railway. Apply to Anaconda  office for particulars.  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ^444444444444 444444444444^  LIBERAL DISCOUNT  FOR GASH  Or  on time very easy payments.    Write  or  call  on ������  SPROTT & MiCPHERSON  AGENTS,  Watchmakers and Jewellers  Cocper Street,  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  The Pride of  ti '"'  /. P.'. ARMSTRONG,  PROPRIETOR  THB   BEST ���'MEALS   IN   THE   CITY   SERVED.  SPECIAL ATTENTION 'TO DINNER PARTIES.  Most comfortable and well furnished rooms, steam: heated;  and lighted by electric light.    Can be had from  ��� .<  Clarendon Hotel and Cafe.  COPPER STREET.  AND  Lunches  put up���Short orders at all hours���Private  dining   room   for   ladies ��� Best service   in   the   city.  CUNLIFF & McMILLAN.-  ROSSLAND ENGINE WORKS. -  FOUNDERS,   MACHINISTS,  AND  BOItEX.  MAKERS.  Specialty ill manufacture of Ore Cars aud General Miniag- Machinery.  List of Second Hand Machinery 6u-haHd, whicli lias been thoroughly orerhaulcd and  ;     is as [food as new:    ��� -  ��ie 60 k. p. Retora TntmUr Boiler 5x12  1-2 bead*. 88-9 tu fit*, teste* te 1301bs.  ;ee_* water prewars.   68 ta. hetvy 30 In.  Gtaeka atack, complete with *H f Ittises.  One 12x18 laeeraoH-Sergeant Air Coa-  preasor, Hated at 3 drHs.  0ae Vertical Air Receiver, 8x3, 5-K shell  3-8 lreads, with aH fit-lags.  Watch this advertisement for other lists, or write us for full list before buying. We  ' .'       may haTe just what you want.      .���'...'  .   Ageat�� for Nortfcejrnn&.-rBxook Carried.  Tiird AvftHBe, R��Ml*ad. P. 0. Bex 198.  _i"UT.*i,VL  *v.  AND PUBLIC RECEPTION BY THE CITIZENS  OF GREENWOOD IN THE  V*  VI  Oil.  AT 8.30.  Come and See the orogramme. . First--class Variety Entertain/-  ment by the Leading Amateurs,     Also two Sparring  Contests, Best Yet Seen.  Admittance to Hal  Refreshments and Cigars will be Served Free.

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