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 -a-jy^ay,****"^^  ����33  .���'[V  ���Ji  Published Weekly in the interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD. B. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1901.  No."^J &  THE     COMPANY     WINS     AGAINST  DISSATISFIED SHAREHOLDERS  To Continue the Temporary Injunction  Secured at Nelson���Company had  Wight to Make Assessment.  Fred Oliver and the other officers of  ,,the Morrison Mines Ltd who were defending their action against an organized fig-lit on the part of the dissatisfied  shareholders have won in the Su pre nie  Court at Victorijt aud the two cent  assessment will now be levied.  It will be remembered that when the  assessments were announced, several  shareholders, the majority of tliem being local , ones, strongly protested  against such heavy charges ou their  shares and organizing for that purpose they secured .a temporary injunction at Nelson to restrain the directors  ���bf the.company from making the levy.  The motion to continue the injunction  was heard in. the Supreme Court at  Victoria on Monday last,'A. M. Whiteside of Greenwood appearing for the  company and the shareholders being  represented b}' Bodwell & . Duff who  were acting-for J. P. Myers Gray of  this city. The plaintiffs charged that  the money to be secured from the levy  ���ot two'cents was to be expended for an  undertaking beyond the power of the  company.in as much as the money was  to be expended in arranging with' the  C. P. R. for a spur line with the Morrison iii order to get but ore. The plain-  tigs also held that tlie call was irregularly made as the money was to be paid  at Spokane out of the jurisdiction of  the B. C. Courts. Mr. Justice Martin  refused the motion on the ground that  the Morrison Company was acting  within its rights in arranging for the  spur. .  Now tliat the matter i. settled, the  Morrison will probably be making arrangements at an early date for the  construction of the'spur so that the  mine should be a shipper iu a short  time.  Fresh fruit of all kinds at Semerad's,  Copper street.  JEU.T-EL E ^TR APR E D.  The Minneapolis Manipulator gets in Clutches of  ; law.  C.R. Tuttle a relic of the Winnipeg  boom days has run"up against attorney  .generals department in Minnesota and  will likely be indicted by grand jury iu  that state. Tuttle was operating iu  Curlew and around Grand Forks. He-  worked townsite and wild cats in tlie  former'plac. and'the erdulous people  of the latter who thought that -Tuttle  ���would build smelters and other   tilings  near their fair city. He built beautiful  stories for the Minneapolis pap_rs ai.d  Grand Forks people paid for the telegraphic tolls. A St. Paul despa.ih  says:  There is more trouble in store forthe  va.-irus companies organized by C. R.  Tuttle to work "mines" iu Washington  and British Columbia. His parent  concern, the American Mining & investment company, with a capital of  310,000, one tenth paid up, is in the  hands of a receiver through proceedings begun today by the attorney general. The company was originally organized to sell stocks in western miniug companies, as brokers on commission. The managers soon organized  companies of their own. Three corporations were,capitalized for ��65,000,-  000 known as -the Kettle-Cm lew, the  Boundary Mining and'the Queen Mining companies, alleged to own real  property in Washington and Idaho.  The stock sold so rapidly that it was  practically .ill disposed of. The sum  of S14,000,000 in stock was sold, it is  said, in Minneapolis at any price from  three tenths of a mill to three cents  per share. It is reported: the profits  were S250,0''0.  It was a good thing for the promoters and when thej' got out of stock it  was an easy matter under the laws of  South Dakota to organize, the Union  Consolidated Mining company with a  capital of S500,000,000. The prospoctus  of the last venture had been circulated  when the attorney general called a halt  and an investigation is now in progress.   ,  It is said to be doubtful if the mining  properties against whicli stock was  issued can be found. ���  The American Miniug & Investment  company admits , its insolvency, and  thousands of investors mourn the speculation. In the opinion, of the attornes*  general the whole scheme is a new  style of "get rich quick" undertaking  for the promoters, and'so much remains  to be disclosed that'it is impossible to  even guess what will be the result. If  it proves that the ; three corporations  organized under South Dakota laws  have no property it will'go hard with  those who have sold the stock.  It was also shown that the investment company did not even have a  clear title to its office furniture. It is  believed the whole matter will be taken  to the grand jury next month for the  purpose of securing indictment.  Several prominent men are connected with the various companies.      ���  Headquarters tor   dressmaking   and  millinery at G. F. Williams.  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the-market.-=-B.-G.=-V.'holesa!e-Liqiioi-,  Company general agents  . ��� **     "  For sale at a special bargain one new  upright Gerhard Heintzmaii Art Piano  very latest design, handsome walnut  case for S+25.00, regular price 3600.00.  The Gerhard Heintzmaii is the premier  piano of Canada, and is used iu all  leading conservatories aud endorsed  bv the best professional musicians.  Bargains on new slightly used up  I right pianos from $275,^0 up. Terms  s ��� to suit.    Greenwood music store.  4  4  4  4  4  r4  ;    X  l   .   .  '"4  4  4  4  4  4��  4  4  4  4  4  i   ��   a    X x~XLli   $   $   e  n 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 # 4* ���& �������� 4' 4** *& 4 4 4 Vi  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ��_*  4  4  4  4  KBM--���-rB-iiwnwi  COPIES WHILE WRITING  NO PREi-'S,  NO WATER,  NO WORK.  NO TIME.  SOMETHING NEW.  ANY INK,  ANY PEN,  ANY PAPER,  ANYWHERE.  PRICE $2.00.  -    ���FOR SALE BY���  SMITH & McRAE,  NEWSY   LETTER   FROM    SPECIAL  CORRESPONDENT  ARRANCEMESTS BEISG MADE  For the Celebration of Dominion Day.  Work on the Keremeous-Princeton  Wagon Road Started.  4  4  4  4  4  4  Pkixcktox, B. C. June 17,* (Special  to the Times).���Arrangements were  completed tonight for the celebration  of Princeton's third annual Dominion  Day. A splendid and varied programme of free-for-all, cowboy, prospectors- and klootchmen's horse races  has been arranged to be sandwiched  with athletic sports, obstacle races and  a football match between the Kere-  meous Kickers and the Princeton  Giants. A polo tournament will also  prove an interesting- feature, as the  game is new in these parts. The i^oj.e  Indian band has also been engaged.  The programme closes on the evening  of Jiily--2nd wiih a. ball. The races  will be held ou Vermillion avenue,  where a half mile track is being prepared.  Sam L. Long, a mining engineer of  Rosslaud, accompanied by Frank  Bailey is iu town. Mr. Long is making an extensive examination of jthe  mineral deposits of the Similkameen  for the Trail smelter.  The government has at last started  operations in completing the building  of the Kereineous-Princ2toii wagon  road. That portion between this piace  and Hedley city is a really splendid  mountain wagon road with-few grades,  aud 011I3' requires a liule surfacing to  complete it. The balance of tlie distance between Hedley City and Kere-  meous is extremely rough and will require considerable work to put it in  lirst class shape. . Gangs of men are  at work at different sections and sometime in J uly the whole extent of the  road should be in good shape for heavy  traffic.  Walter Cook of the Strathcona Horse,  a brother to Mrs. George Aldou's of  the Hotel Sulameeu has returned here  from Soutli Africa looking lit after the  hardships of the campaign.  Au amusing yarn is going the  rounds of the  prospector's  camps._^Jt  originated 111 Asrjcu Grove where an  enthusiastic prospector in speaking of  .his claim got off the following- : "Ore '.  why, we have hundreds and tho.isands  of tons of it running from 40 to 86 per  cent copper. I can't tell you how  rich it is ! Why, even the water in tlie  tunnel carries 10 per cent copper, and  our poor old dog came up to the mint  the other day, when we were working  and drank some of the water. He died  iu three minutes." "Shades of Tom  Walsh of Boundary fame" remarks the  scribe of the Similkameen Star as he  recalled to mind another story the  author of which said: "Ore ! have i  ore ? Why, its grane as the gra..s of  Phoenix park, and there's chunks as  big as Corbin's cars."  THE ODDFELLOWS.  BOOKS, STATIONERY, OFFICE SUPPLIES, WALL  .    PAPER.       PHONE,* V.& N. 34.  4  4  . ft444444444444444444444444&  4  4  4  mittee should be appointed and this  matter be placed in their hands, and a  systematic and determined effort put  forth for raising funds for this object.  The reports presented show that in  British Columbia the membership is  now 3,216; of whom 317 were admitted  during the year. The deaths numbered  22, aiid lapsed membership 179. The  revenue of subordinate lodyes amounts  to 557,407,46: paid out for relief, S_l,-  3g4.8l. Current expenses of subordinate lodges, 319,337.58, or 56.03 per member. Total assets of lodges 3209,937.  Balance on hand for Grand Lodge,  last year, was 31,715.23 on December 31  last. There is on hand for Oddfellows'  home account, S833.97J and for aged  Oddfellows' fund. 5344.29.  Officers   Elected   by  the  Grand Lodge   For  Liriiish Columbia.  Last week at Nanaimo the newly  elected officers of the Grand Lodge of  British Columbia I. O. O. F. were installed.    They are :  W. Hogg, Vancouver, G. M.; A.  Graham, Victoria, D. G. M.; E. C.  Arthur, Nelson, G. W.; Fred Davey,  Victoria, G. S.; F. T. Neelands, Vancouver, G. T.; "W. H. Morton, Nanaimo,  G. R. The nomination and election of  officers took,.,up nearly one whole  sessiou.  At the meeting in Nanaimo every  lodgein the Province wasrepresented by  from one to four accredited representatives. A number of past grands of  various lodges also attended.  Grand Master Johnson in his report  stated that altogether the order in this  Province is in a flourishing condition.  The need of an Oddfellows' home was  being felt more and more, and a com-  BRANDGN AND GOLDEN CROWN  Meeting of the Shareholders of the Compiiny  Held.  This Thursday afternoon a meeting  of the shareholders of the Brandon and  Golden. Crown Mining-company is being held in Greenwood forthe purpose  of discussing tlie re-organization of the  company. Among the the visitors  present are Hon. T. Mayne Dal}-, and  W. L. Orde, Rossland, the president  aud the secretary-treasurer of the company; R. C. Coldwell and Jno. ingli.,  two prominent business men from  Brandon, Manitoba. It was announced  sometime ago that'the original pro-  m'otres decided to turn a' large amount  of their pooled stock into the treasury,  but it is understood that some objection  was made to this and the intention is  to reorganize the company,.  OR THE  CARIBOO  GEORGE  B.   McAULAY,   MANAGING  DIRECTOR IN CAMP McKIMNEY-  WILL BUY ADDITIONAL PLANT  Forty Additional Stamps for Mill,  Bringisi-T Capacity up t,o Sixty  Stamps���Mine Never Looked  Better.  SENIOR   MEMBER    FOR   VICTORIA  VISITS BOUNDARY.  HE LIKES   THE DISTRICT-  Believes that the Mining Industry is  all  Right Notwithstanding.   Prejudice in the East.  Camp McKi-nxbv, June 20���(Special  to Times.)���Geo. B. McAulay, managing director Cariboo mine, accompanied by Frank F. Meiidenhall,  manager of the Rossland branch of  the Jenckes Machine Co., are here  arranging for the purchase of forty  additional stamps for mill,' bringing  capacity of mill up to sixty stamps.  Tomorrow they visit Fairview to inspect the Smuggler twenty stamp mil!,  owned by the Jenckes company. If  the condition of the plant is satisfactory, it will be brought here.  Before leaving camp-it is underotood  Mr. McAulay will lay out plans for  sinking a new four compartment shalt  'together witli letting,contract for new  hoist, with sinking capacity of fifteen  hundred feet. Tlie mine has magnificent showing with not less than  scventy-i'ivc thousand tons of twelve j  dollar ore in sight. j  Tiie  mine to date   has been   proved ;  for a distance of   fifteen   hundred ^eet. ;  Hon. Col. Prior M. ..P. for Viotoria  who w.as a member of the late conservative cabinet is making a tour through,  the mining districts of the province.  He arrived at the Armstrong from  Phoenix Tnesda}' niglit and left c"  Thursday morning by stage for Vernon. This was his lirst visit to the  Boundary and he was greatly impressed  with the big ore showings in the district.  "One of the most important things  in the interests''of the mining industry  ���said he to a Times representative "is  to remove the prejudice that exists in  the east against B. C. mining ventures.  This can best be done bj- financial men  visiting the province. If they would  only come here aiid see for themselves  as I have done they could not hut be  convinced that the mines are all right  and tnat the fault lies in another direction. Eastern men have been badly  bitten but it was through the manipulation of mining stocks and the flotation of wild cats and not through any  lack.of merit on the part of the mines  in British Columbia. Eastern capitalists think the country is no good.  If they could be induced to come here  this impression could be speedily removed. I find that the consensus of  opinion among mining- men is that  there has been too much tinkering-with  the mining laws and the two per cent  tax works a hardship cn low grade  properties but these are evils that can  be redressed, notwithstanding, the  prejudices in the east I am strongly  convinced from what I have seen that  British Columbia offers many excellent  opportunities for the profitable investment of capital.  The Colonel is a tory of the first  water, but as his trip was one of pleasure and observation he did not care to  discuss politics. He expressed himself  as being throughly satisfied with the  .leadership. o��,Mr.a.Bordeti-and---believed-  that under his able .management that  the conservative party would acquire  the necessary strength to force the  liberals into the opposition benches.   *  For lesson*!, on violin, piano, mando-  in etc., see Prof. Kauffman, Green  wood Music Store.  Fresh  strawberries received twice a  week at Semerad's. Copper street.  TO   TAX TKE MINES.  DOMINION   COAL' CO.  Montkkai., June 13.���At the  annual  Transvaal will Contribute to war Expenses.  London, June 19.���Sir David Barbour, whom the Chancellor of the Exchequer sent to Soutli Africa to investigate the sources of revenue of the  Transvaal and Orange River Colony,  with tlio view of estimating how much  thev should contribute toward the cost  meeting of the shareholder.- of the Do- i of the war, reports in favor of a 10 per  minion Coal Company, which was held : cent tax on the protits of the mines,  here today, under the presidency of H. j yeiiding on the basis of the profits of*  M. Whitney, the annual report for the ' 1S9S, .��'450,000 * yearly. After paying-  year ending February 28was presented. ; this Sir David Barbour considers .the  The report sta^d that the .-aies had iu- j mines will be better off than before, as  creased during the past year to the ex- j they will save ��000,000 per year on dy-  tent of two million tons. The com-j namite, owing to the abolition of the  pauy-s-output has increased from S84,- \ monopoly iu ithat .commodity. The  200 tons in 1S95 to 2,(H4,S77 tons in 1901, [ Orange River Colony will be unable  and the estimated output for the pres- \ ior some years to meet the ordinary  ent year is 2,600,000 tons. The treas-I cost of administration and pay its  urer's report showed the net proceeds I share of the cost of the constabulary.  from sale of coal, and net income from j "It cannot, therefore," says Sir David  steamships, barges, railroads, stores ! Barbour, "so far as can be foreseen at  and real estate, deducting renewals aud ! present, pay anything toward the  extentiohs at mines during the year, * cost of the war." The Transvaal, he  ��687*294,S8. After deducting interest j thinks, can, two years after the con-  on bonds, dividend 011 preferred stock, ; elusion of peace, begin out of its ordi-  etc, the surplus of net income to show i nary revenue to pay part of the cost of  to be S258.943. To this sum is to bs j the war. He is unable now to estimate  added 3100,000 premium  on   preferred j how much.  stock. From this total the sum of S?5,- Sir David proposes also to apply all  743 was placed in the sinking fund, j revenues derived from the sale of  The total assets of the company are j lands or mining rights to the war  placed at 352,705,718. ' liquidation.  Mar-tea ��� m^WfM  -P-a^e 2-  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  mm  \j*  ?I.!s-cs_$_ candy at Semerads.  ���������  "73>j��"joi-S at the Clarendon 50 cents per  2-S-r.bard Plewman of the Winnipeg  ���a-SS33��aHy was in th'e city this week.  &3*it_/_-orders promptly filled���Ander-  -___jx*'-_'.i_rug store.  'STi-jt Dowme,-superintendent of the  ����]__.& W., spent-Sunday iu the city.  _FffC3h .strawberries received twice a  ���wi-iriksit .Semerad's, Copper street.  CL. 31.. Miller of the Wallace-Miller  is__5i_!-_j_a.iiy-.��was over.from  Nelson  this  ���  TSu-t't-est ice cream daily at Green-  Ti���xsi&Candy Factory. We guarantee  23_~>5'-j5S'e, C. V. Semerad.  O&sis. Deitz and Edward James two  -S3E*-S-.jCr<_ck .pioneers spent the week in  -vi-Etrs*;ty..  TtT-ike your prescriptions to the  Windsor Drug Store, "W. E. Anderson,  4sira_-_j3x--ood.  4Scs--..'B. McAulay, Spokane, and F.  "-_2__ S-Lendenhall, Rosslaud, were in the  --sffejr .th.-s week en route to McKinney.  H_.t-.x- -can get the very best apple  �����5s_/_^ b^* ihe gallon at the B. C. Wkole-  2v��.2& J.<iouor Co.  "WiSi Arinstrong has returned to the  *zzxSg after -spending sometime in  t-��rgokane.  iSi-r..Mathison, dentist,  over Bank of  " '-^-SaajiHaen-e.   Both 'phones.  *_��. W.  -Chesterton  of the   bank of  "ZOlo tit real staff has  returned    from   a  T-p-jr-ra.tion spent in Winnipeg.  <0_2-._ a.ad Jack Galloway have re-  >i-it-_r__-_sl from Victoria where they have  ���#j��__a_- attending high school.  *.3'*g-Ie promptly delivered to any part  ��aMtSctc'ety. Semerads Columbia phone  ..-S-fl7. .  _a_R(_y-  "W. A.  Robins,  Robert   Wood  --s��*__��.JL 2?. Myers-Gray  are in Nelson  aE-___cading- <he Diocesan  Synod of the  ~M._��&x-o_rz.\ fhurch' which  was  opened  '.S'iMaeday et-ening in Nelson.  vB*'*2_r-.t-nts Sarsparilla, the spring tonic  ' '35-00.    Anderson's Pharmacy.  -_K-,____/-s Breen was in the city this week  ��� r-_-cfi_J_a\panied by J. L. Parker  superin-  'CBtaaasfi'sut. of.the Dominion   Copper cotn-  V3a^g-:.   !Mr. Breen has not yet decided  -ti_i-y.atj._s. smelter site.  ��-_._reBh strawberries daily at Seme  -.jn_:-____s.  <"_D-iireT;>".iiigle"leaves for the east on  ' -ra_Ei!_i?TQa.y next and will be away for  nri^-:c;--f..moi)fhs.     Mr. Pringle will not  JCH-tait-_.-aione.    Greenwood  is fast los-  .-"i.'ctgt'a_Ler'=baclielors but not with regret.  '-- "S&ece ..axe only a   few  of them   left  '--ssaaist-smnor   has   it   that  the  number  *���---rz&Zu&zi&rJBly be further demished.    Mr.  vV^-E__a*-..-_nfiiJl'be tendered a compliment-:  -aorjr smoker by  the  members   of   the  ���sS-rciuiwood'Club tomorrow evening.  '"f?S"B&_-h. ...canay at Semerad's, Copper  --.-restre'e.'-.  .���-g-'cJ-icrgue'Tor $13,000 was  paid  3-es-  ^"-^ac^^"*'1tb".*:iA"rig'us""''1L"a"moi]t-'=andiiJatiies-  -S-E-iKock -of Princeton, B.   C,  by   the  ��� '-*a_Ecr_i_kBmeen   Valley   Co.,   Ltd.,    for  t~t"'y?.N'. acres of coal  land.   It  is  under-.  -  -._ea-��i_. it hat this company    now   owns  t~j?Qifl.-acres of c<9al land in the Similka-  --���ast-asr.  Valley,  on which   development  "-���'j.-rr--: i__'to be commenced  in   tiie near  .-*>-on&KT..i-.to-determiiie the quality of the  rc��iSiA->d-;h<leptii.���Nelson Miner.  3?."x.n.s at the Clarendon 50 cents per  *.j-_A5;ht.  i2-_c<n.. c__oo1.ee) meals, just the same as  .yricz- 7j,..eS to get before you left the Old  ';     .-'S'-.-Br.s-.i-.. Home.    At Kerfoot's.  .*���__��--��-;.���_ ix-xi somethings I. Robert Jacobs;  ��� -..__��_-- to V-!ler  than   drive   horses,    He  y/iij-. driving down   from Phoenix this  *��������..���.'.._ v.'h'-ji he met a   four  iu.r.,0   stuge  ��� .-��-i>-'._;- _;���,:-.   A general mix up of hor.-es.  sr.'.-ni -j.v-.ii.r'y^x followed,     l-.vsiilt :    Use  .'-:.-.-.'.-   ctulch,   a  claim   to  a:i   t-C.kieiil  ���:a';_-i;j-i__i-',y .and   the  coniinosuent in tlie  ���i_>_'_p'.l*-i of Vv'. H. Asquitii who put too  \     __: -.'cJ..'.-.i!ii_idence in _.'..b'>. ability  as a  i ���.._...i'.i-   r.v.d  rode in   the  same  rig will;  I   ���.������_*._��,.  ' f'-i'C .:. !7_���A- furnished   three roomed !  ������'.'���.-.-jt-vt.tg*;...    Apply Times office.  -'-: tf Anderson's plnrmacy for  c.;'--.irs -"tci'i-et, articles, sponges, soaps,  -i'.---':'._i ir.-.*--;, etc., Greeuwooi1.  ' .. yj-. p.ecr_or Wil son, o f the cd u ca I i o r. a 1  "_L>:_r:������?���;:-merit-, will begin the high school  :--.-..:K..��.i--ira":i--ns    toda3",     and   the   high  -,   : ���_____->ol .-.--trance examinations  tomor-  .-.*-r.-r..    5.t 5s not yet  known  how  many  { - .-_=i_r.{~i-'.a.t'iE will offer for the high school  ���������-���--__r:ir��-:i.ct     examinations,     but     it   is  v ���-"acri-^-g ht  -that  there  will   be  at   least  .  'rj&yrrx&y    applicants   from   vhe    points  :' --.^swsKea 2r_   the   Nelson   district.    In-  . -icsryi-KaT Wilson srates   that  the  people  :���___?*.  'E-reen'-A-ood   are   making   a   great  ' ���i-r��2-ort?tC'.'bave their city  recognized as  I -"���-aas^s'l-tcational. centre of the Boundarj-  i^ ���'-___a:.\--__c��.���-INelsou Tribune.  PROMPT  DELIVERY  V. & N. TEL 123.  1 KOOTENAY FUEL AND AGENCY CO.  j  -SELLS-���  I Wood, Coal, Ice, Oils, Tile, Fire Brick,*Cecnent, Etc, Etc.  j       Seasoned Fir or Tamarack;. Wood any lengths,  i Crow's  Nest Pass Coal 57.00 a Ton.  LOON LAKE ICE DELIVERED DAILY  OFFICE OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL-���  JOHN W. MARTLINE, MANAGER.  A NICE,  Famly Porterhouse or a  Tenderloin, T. Bone,' lop  Sirloin or a Plain Steak.  Pork Chops, Pork Tenderloin and Mutton Chops  also Fish and Poultry.  AT THE MARKETS OF  \ DIFFERENT  STYLES,  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  and:  ttt-  Z* m* 6ully �� Ko*  PORTMAN BROS. & CO.,  Proprietors.  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept ori Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  GREENWOOD  E OF THE BOUNDARY CREEK DISTRICT.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  TIPTOP mineral claim, situated in tlie Kettle  .   River  mi-ii-ipr  division   of    Yale  district.  Where located :   In Skylark-camp.  TAKE NOTICE that" I. Isaac H. Hallett, . Free Miners's certificate No.  8003B, intend, sixty days from tlie -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 certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 27th dav of March, 1901.  I. U. HALLETT.  4     1 %���    13  jC.iii^.hliL-DAiiit  TB�����  m FROM THE CITY, ROADS LEAD  GREENWOOD. DEADWOOD, -        COPPER  SUMMIT.      LONG LAKE,      SKYLARK.  WHITE AND ATWOOD 'WELLINGTON,  SMITH'S.  And Otner Bouudarv Creek Camps,  o si  'AA  ��eCC  'to f% ���&>*$" rh ��?_81\ j?*  3 -  <5 O  HAVE BRANCHHES IN THE CITY,  ���52)        ^ sa  \_��r        q;j        \5_y  , . , For Prices of Lots and Other Information, Address ....  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  ' NOTICE.  IVA J-ENORE Mineral  laim. situate  in   liie  Kettle River Mininj. division of  Vale district.   Where located:   In South Deadwood  irani]*.  TAKE  NOTICE that I,   Isaac  H.  Hallett.  Free   Miner's   certilicate     No.    19CC1A,  iu-tend,       '   sixty days      ������   from the  dale hereof, i'*le"d fo apply to the miniii)!-  recorder for a certificate of improvements for  the purpose of ok1*1"''"!, a crown grant to the  above claim.  And  further t'tke notice that  action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issu-  ���uice of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1901.  l.H.HALLETT  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  i  _  Certificate of Improvements.  ,4  "CARMI"   Miueral   Claim,    situate   in   the  Kettle River Miuing Division of Yale District. Where located : In Carmi camp ou  lhe West Pork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Ker by,  C.E., as ayent for Edumuiul Heathcote  Thruston, sree miner's certificate No. 27621,  Georye A Souiieniaii. free miner's certificate  No. -IJ4202., and Joseph E. I.ranscombe,  free miner's certificate - No. 1J420I9, intend sixty days from tlie i.ale liereof, 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 lake notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated tliis Ullh dav of April. I.UI.  FONHES  M. KERRY  MINERAL ACT. 1.S99.  Certificate of Im prove niemts-  notici:.  .���PINHOOK-',   " WORLDS    FAIR    FRACT-  10N"and"MISSINC. LINK NO. 2FRACT-  lON" miiU'ial claims, situate in   tlie  Kettle  River Mining- Division oT Yale District.  Where located :    In ('.roenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac II. Hallett as  agent for (.eorge R. Nadeu. Free Miner's  Certificate No. M.**57.\. and .lames S. C. Fraser,  Free Miner's Certificate no. I'2')-:. .. intend,  sixty days from date liereof. to apply to the  Mini nir Recorder for Certificates .of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Giants of lhe above claims.  And further take notice that  actions, under  section 37,  must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of February, A. D. 1901.  3II1-Q ��� I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  GREENWOOD. B, C.  Nottfce is hereby g-iven. that the  partnership heretofore subsisting- between us the uudersig-ned as Hotel-  keepers in Camp McKinnev, B. C., has  this day been dissolved by mutual  consent. All debts owing to the said  partnership are to be paid to. Henry  Rose at Camp McKinney aforesaid,  and all claims against the said'partnership are to be presented to the said  Henry Rose, by whom the same will be  settled.  Dated at Camp -McKinney this 6th  day of may, A.D., 1901.  Signed :    Alexander McAuley.  Henry Rose.  "Witness :   Henry Nicholson, J.P. 3% t. V-.-_;?'-. ."_l!f-;:f "'^-���"*'*'*Tr���g':-^.?"i^-' ^'^i'!'^?.'*-}!'!!^^ "'^v  .yyyy;  ;..-:���--:,--. ^sSfM-W^i^A-i-?."*-''^?  -*".  '.;r::-7--p  'y'f.  :'f-  t  *''   '  THK GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page .37  1  A SOCiALlST ON TRUSTS.  A great deal.of space is just now"  being used in a discussion of the trust'.,  __ ys the Manchester, N. H., "Mirror."  It may have been noticed" however,  that very little is said as to how the  trusts are going to affect the wage  worker. To fight ajrainst the, trust is  just as sil-3r as it would be tp butt your  head against a stone wall. The trust  is the natural logical result of a complete system. First, we have the small,  individual dealer; then comes the  partnership; then the great corporation  or union of several capitalists; .and this  is absolutely sure to be followed by a  union of the corporations���the trust.  The trust is the economical way of  conducting   business under our prcs-  ' ent system. Competition is a huge  waste. Just one illustration will suffice to provide this : A few 3rears ago  there were thousands of tobacco firms,-  each competing for trade, at great expense to themselves direct]}',  and  in-  ��� directly to the wealth producers of the  nation. These tobacco firms employed  12,5000 drummers at an average salary  of SI,800 per year, and an average ex:  pense of six dollars per daj'. With the  formation of the tobacco trust nearly  11,000 of these drummers have- been  dispensed with. Not only that, but  many other items of waste are now  saved. By reason of our insane competitive struggle, millions upon  millions of dollars in wealth  ate wasted annually. "With the. advent  of the two 1 jatherti lists' and ��� the shoe  machinery trust, there is nothing left  for the shoe manufacturers but a trust;  and within five years it will be in  successful operation.  When the shoe trust is perfected and  and end put to . the cutthroat competition there will be no further excuse for  a cut in wages.-. The-one thing that  causes'the shoe workers' wages to be  cut is ihis very Competition. _3ach  _tt_.t_ufactUI.-er competing for trade  forces down the price of shoes aud the  price paid to labor for making the  shoes. Despite all the efforts' made'by  the more or less powerful trade unions,  the price paid the shoe operative has  steadily declined during the past dozen  years. It is impossible under free  competition for a shoe manufacturer to  control the price of shoes. _Mo matter  how well he may wish to pay hislunds  he is forced by thecompetitive struggle  to pay thecompetitory wage, and this  wage in all countries is always forced  down to the subsistence point. Just so  long as the competitive system is in  existence we will be compelled to accept aa ever decreasing rate of wages,  measured by the work performed. The  working class are fast learning this  fact, and they are not going to be bamboozled to any noticeable extent by the  party battle cry of "Smash the trusts."  Of course it does not follow that  every new. trust will raise wages, but  it is a fact that those trusts which  have been in existence for some years  do pay 25 per cent higher wages than  competition pays. There are some  difficulties to be sure in the formation  of the shoe trust, but no more than the  ���tobacco-or-shoe-men-hadto dealwithr  Anyhow the trust is coming, and within a half a dozen 3-ears about every  business in this nation will have become trustified One thing is certain  with the education of the masses which  is now going on most rapidly, the  working class cannot be arrayed in  anything like solidity against the  natural and logical results of capitalism.   After the trust what ?  Nitrous oxide and oxygesi .is-r pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's.  <^BaX^l\SMltllUmill*MmXlim3A'J..i9i.xmam^Ki  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  glassware  cutlery'  silverware  bar goods  The   largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were fur-  ��� nished bv us throughout  E  VICTORIA, B. C.  T.�����___._:n.*^ Jim. li.T.i.^xwvssmrsxKiijaKK^mx^sm^fii.  9 9*9 ** *9*********9 *****?,  The K.  aud ice.  & A. Co., sells wood  & N. Tel. 123,  coal  tf  Rooms at the Clarendon 50 cents per  night. tf  "Flints Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil  ��� thc best���Andersons the Druggist.  "Broniogrip cures  colds���25 cents-  Anderson's Pharmacy.  Vr  uii  "C. C. C. C. thc great nerve  S1.00 at Anderson's Pharmacy.  builder  0  SALE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE.  Under and by virtue of the powers contained  in a certain Chattle _iIortyaj.'e, dated the 2'Jth  day of September, 1900, which will be produced  at the lime of _ale, and which said Chattle  Morttraye was, by Indenture of Assignment  dated the Sth day of May. 1901. duly assigned  to The Ames Holden Company of Montreal.  Limited, there will be offered for sa'.e by public  auction, at the store now or recently occupied  by Joseph L. Smith, situate on Loi34. Block  12, on the West side ol* Copper Street in the City  of Greeiivvood iu the County of Yale in tlie  Province of British Columbia, at the hour of  11 o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday the 25th  day of June, 1901, the following property : The  stock of Groceries, dry goods, boots and slio.s.  and all wares and merchandise of whatever  kind and nature, together with all the store fittings and furniture, aud the frame buildine- in  which said troods and chattels and fittintrs are  contained, situate on said Lot 34. Block 12, City  of Greenwood, aforesaid.  Dated this 13th day of June. 1901.  HALLETT & SHAW.  Solicitors for the Assig-nee  of said Chattel Mortg-at?e.  ���_^  F.J, MITCHELLS  r.  is  HI--  ...  9  9  9  9  9  *  9  ii  9  *  9  9  9  ���  9  9  *  *  9  *  *  9  9  *  *  9  9  ���i  9  9  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  *  *;���  9  *  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  *  9  ������*  *    *  *  The Biggest and best %  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  *  *  t  *  9  9  9  *  *  9  9 ���  9  9.  9  9-  9  9:  *  *  9  *  *  *  * ;  *  9  *  9  *  *  *.  9  *  *  *  9  9  *  9  9  %4444444Hr 4444444.444444444 4444444444444,%,:*��:��  4',  4  4  ���.>���*���#������  ��.���**.���  ,S*   -iv  .  .1?#��*  I IN sfocK.J Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators. ..|*~  I I Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps,   Chain Biocksrs | f?  * Warehouse. % Boilers, Receivers, Etc, .. If-  \siiL''''  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection, has i|   K  been attained, ft^T1-"  iENH  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  #i!H!H�� **.*<.��.���������.��!���#��.  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  44444444444*t44444444444444444444444444,&*&~-:  R. P. WILLIAMS,  l^*"!-  9 -       '���*_��-y:  ROSSLAND,   E.C_-   jsi^e, v  raasHintK  ���SSHSffi-tt.  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern which have  just arrived.  %f  * assortment of Fall Suit*  9. t  | ings ever brought into  * the Boundary.  <?��   2C  9  9  9  *  *  . ��  9  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  ,     (I  THE TAILOR  ar St _^___Greenwood.  munroe. ���  mi  $?��  ftX'.'f?  feW"-*  sa.*.  ^.'_:  ���SdSSs  &*.  S_*'_:  vlW/  fi  &@  m  m  3>*5fe  '4'��ii  Kit  fxvfr,  '4'm  *-(>(���>_  *?fe  ^'-^  ?*>��  OF THE WEST FORK.  *  SIS  .����_.  m-^t *��<���  CHOICE CIGARS   AND  TOBACCOS X X. X. -v  ~-'nr%  UR\��EYS-ARE' NOW^BEING< MA.DEMND LQTGZ  Tt ��_.~   WILL SHORTLY BE ON THE MARKET.  CARMP ^   . ^ . < i *>���-��� - -  >' I' !_*" ���  CITY ADJOINS THE GROUR OF"  CLAIMS ON $��=_  , .��� .���. ���.���. .���. ._    (i o*��--**-  WHICH  THE  CARMI  MINE IS  THE CENTER., f H  ��������  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 tha.  smelter during tho past winter, and upon which development is beingy  pushed 'in order to be ready for continuous shipments when.railroad is  completed to Carmi.  %  ^]^  .  .  FOR TERMS WRITE .  News Papers, Periodicals,  Circulating Library, Fancy j|  Goods, Candies, Etc, Etc.  m***        m**~-        m*<ms  *4��    ��-y��^*  ��� ��_>��������  ^?!!ni!HHi!t!Hf!!(nnnnnH!?il!!nnif?iI!��!!!H?!!nH!Hn!!HiHn!!n!5!n!5!!in!1!lf!!!n?TOffiFiS:  COPPER STREET  II i I  ��r  r  I*  '   n  V'  ",.  ?5  ���\il Page 4.  TS-E  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Nitrous oxide and  oxygen [furnishes the  latest, safest and best  method for the painless extraction of teeth.  There are no bad after  effects.  Dr. R. Mathison  Both 'Phones.    Greenwood.  ��8n  meekly Cii  PUBLISHED I'Yr  Tlic ''Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Dunca-.- Ross...   l.l.ITOK.  THURSDAY   JUNK 3*1, 1.01.  TIME TO CALL A HALT.  The backbone of this province is the  mining- industry. The mi-ies cannot  be exploited without capital and labor.  Labor and capital must yo hand in  hand to produce wealth and supply the  absolute necessities of life. All agitation either from the mine owner's or  ^miners' standpoints that does uot Weep  the above truisions in view|->is of the'  most dangerous discription. There is  a tendency at the present time to magnify the evils that ;iff-ict the mining*  industry. Mincowners and their news-  paptu* organs are raving against ex-  stting laws while common report has it  that labor unions are organizing  for a bitter tight against capital. The  industries whose very existence depends upon the operations of our  miners are likely to be ruined unless  something is done to pull both parties  back into a rational course.  Lack of knowledge on the part of  both parties is responsible for present  unsatisfactory conditions  The miner claims that eight hours a  day is as lonr as a man can be expected  '"to'v^i-icyilloergroi-'ird-aiid^-thaL^longer'  hours works a hardship upon the working* man. Is that true'. If it is true  ;j-ind can l.e demonstrated that it is true  what is the use o* clamoring against  the eight hour law. The miner claims  that on account of high cost of living  in British Columbia S3...<) per day is  not an unreasonable wage. I.s this  trua?  The miner claims that mine owners  are making'every effort to get rid of  union men and work their mines by  Ctieap.r and less desirable labor. Is  ���this true".  Tlic mine owner holds that the majority of mines are of such low grade  that they cannot stand the present high  rate of wage and if worked at all, they  must be worked at ;i loss or with such  a. small margin of profit as to offer no  inducement for the investment of cap-  italr    Is this true?  The mine owner maintains that the  two per cent tux on the output of the  mines charged not only on thc prolit  but also in the cost of development,  mining and interests on the capital invested is exorbitant and inequitable  and falls so heavily on low grade mines  that it absorbs the great portion, if  not all of the profit.    Is this true?  The miueowner holds that the mining laws have been changed so frequently and are so liable to be changed  without notice that capital has no  knowledge of conditions under which  the mines it secures are to be operated.  Is this true?  There are other objections offered by  both parties that ought to be considered.  The remedy does not lie in agitations  nor in strikes nor in a bitter fight  between capi al and labor. If The development of this province is to be retarded, if the industries that are so  closely allied viMi m.ning are to be  ,   hopelessly ruined, if capital   is   to  be  discouraged from investing in this  province, there can be no better agency  provided than the present conduct of  mineowners and miners.  '-.'he mineowners have rights, so have  the miners. Neither have a right to  ruin the interests of the other and in a  free and enlightened country such as  we claim this is, neither should have  the right to endanger its prosperity.  We believe the labor organization have  attained such strength that they should  be placed under restrictions as well as  capital. Because they are strong they  should not be allowed to harass employers with continued petty annoyances and because capital is strong it  should not be allowed to work, an injustice upon labor.  If the agitators on bath sides were  bauished for a period a solution for the  difficulties could be found. There  should be an intelligent and impartial  commission appointed to investigate  the mining* industries. Both mine-  owners and miners should have representation on the commission. They  should inquire into all tne counitions  under which the industry is carried ou.  They should suggest legislation under  which the industry may be successively conducted and their recommendations should be acted on. The matter  should be settled once aud for all and  in such way as to make present unsettled conditions impossible.  If the mines cannot be worked at  profit without making slaves out ol  working meu the sooner we know it the  better and the sooner tliey are closed  the better aud ou the other hand if  n'lineowners are prevented from working their properties at a profit because  of the unreasonableness of working-  men and Kiischievcr-is legislation, the  sooner these matters are remedied the  better.  Generally speaking commissions are  fruitful of nothing save -a heavy expense to the country but a commission  appointed without reference to political  obligations, to enquire into the most  important industry' of tliis province  bacl'ed by a parliament with courage  enough to crystalline its recommendations into legislation can succeed in  removing the greatest obstacle towards  making this a populous and wealthy  province.  lu thc meantime a halt should be  called on those who have apparently  inaugurated a campaign, of denuncia-  ation that will result iu a war between  capital and labor aud the ruination ol  business men.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT d_ SHAW,  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  CaMi. Address :   " h.__._,rtt."  4  7,.c  _ Bedford M'Noill  '---s   1 Moreiuif ..M-al'!  Cooes  . Leber's  1. n.  HALLKTT  Greenwood,  b. c  ii, c. Shaw.  PRINGLE t& WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  ���Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over UaiiU of Montreal, Greenwood.   -v ______  [\flOLEOD & BROWN  Barristers axd Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Flood block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. H. Bkows.' .1. P. McLisod.  leavy and Shelf'Hardware, Groceries- and  is.  ^PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY*  ^<5r_:  Mm mfluL. I || II |ill  IS Jim!  Ul  IT IS  NO CHEAP CEGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE BEST  IMPORTED.  FORBES M. KERBV.C.E'  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood, B. C.  also J, A. UusworUi*s Store, Midway. I>. C.  pm W. GROVES,  Civil and Mining Engineer .  Provincial Lanii ������ Burvbyor.  greenwood, B.C.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys..  GHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil E'nc*-ini*ei", .   ���  Dominion    and    Provincial.  Land Surveyor.  GFX.EENYJOOD.    -.      :      :     ;    B.   C.  E_pa  &  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME. TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY,  ID FPPlfflW '  hiuiihU... .  Phone-: Columbia 155.  FRED' KOY,   Proprietor;  COINING SMART PHRASES.  Public meu have a weakness fur  coining smart phrases that often give  them trouble. During- the. days of  agitation in favor ot the construction  of the Canada's national railway and  the clamor for ".Better Terms" in  British Columbia, lion. Edward Blake  described tliis iirovince as a ''Sea of  Mountains". His political frit-nd.-..  p.-inted to the aptness of the phrase  aud his opponents charged him with  rejlectix:xgjAopjl tht^possibilities of the  province. The phrase became historic  and after doing- duty in many an  election campaign as evidence that the  Liberal party was prejudiced ag-ainst  British. Columbia somebody discovered that the phrase was not  original and that it was coned by Rev.  Di*. Grant in his book "From Ocean to  Ocean." Jn any case the smart  phrase gave Mr. Blake and his party  considerable trouble and it would have  been better if it had never been uttered.  Sir'Rich.ard Cartwright is responsible  for many smart" phrases which have  given him and his party considerable  trouble. J. P. Whitney is leader of  the conservative oppositioA in Ontario  i.s responsible for the latest clever  phrase that is likely to give trouble to  his party. I'o the Nortli of what i..  geuerally known, as Ontario is being  developed a new country knows as  "New Ontario." Its friends say it is  rich in mineral,timber and agricultural  lauds and men like Clergue by the investment of a large amount of capital  have brought it to the attention of the  public. The Ontario government have  announced a policy of encouragement  to the development of this new section  by the construction of railways and in  other directions. Mr. Whitney of  course opposes the policy of the  government and to give strength to his  argument he described New Ontario as  '"the land of the stunted poplar". His  opponents were quick in taking up the  phrase and he now meets it in every  platform iu Ontario. The coining of  smart phrases is dangerous practice  for a politician.  _-?-wr-iTr^-yj-r&-_cy._-^-.n>.'-J-���r-_o.j_-__---.PW���-ran.**yiWM-_-.JHH-._���._-���__r:  ffiTJ_OI.nl. I -.t-^-X,--.  i ~'m.-JV  m  in  'yM  !!_��"-  \W  ft  P  ���Seasoned fir or tamarack wood.  Phone V. & N. 123. Prompt deliv  ery. tf  C. V. Semerad headquarters for  ripe  fruit.  FAf-fl  m  V "11  __&  ���J?"  ill ffifflU WATER���a*  isHiUy> aw$4   walk 1 Sil      <$  ___!=_-  THE B, C," WHOLESALE LIQUOR  COMPANY  -ARS-GENERAL^-AGEELTS^EQL.. THIS POPULAR  NATIVE WATER.  -H/f,   $rW     ��L   %<y.  IEU@I  .ais <9     ,,aii"�� -0  m  ll  mi  m  m  m  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  'Wining and Civil Engineering..  Mineral  Claims Surveyed anti Crown Granted.  Land and I_it(.'iii'ecM-iiiy Surveys'  W. A. BAUER, C.E., P.L.S.   .     A. E' ASHCHOFT C.E iF.LH  VANCOUVER 0ff__NV/OOO  Wood   -.loci:,   next door   tu   Custom   oflica.  I'RliENWOOD. U. C.  MORTGAGE  SALE.  n !T��^--p��jBr^sir/n'***i r*i-rrr.���.  iTrVTRMU^ e-j��-v-" r-r Mud'Vj . jr&^n^*rrr3?m\ttw*n\zt'*v*rrm'r**rmt  eo  "*. y    g <yt\ "n j. f\ if*. 4*"-s_<w*i. r*. \  V I     W i. �� \* (-a V |  p'J S fr-Si  | lintbllilC:  Notice, is liuroby ;_rivon Iliat there will \>o. sold  1>y public auction on Saturday, tlie ^xlx day of  June. A. D. 1-1.1. at 12 o'clock noun, at tho post-  '..flieein tins town'oiOrceinvixid 1!. C., all and  siumilar tlio lauds followiujr. lhal is to say:  lu tlic city of Rrociiwoo'd, in llie province of  Urilis'u Columbia, and beiuji; composed of an nr.-  divided oue-lialf interest in aud lo lnlsi5and  16 iu ltlocU D, subdivision of lmfvl, jr.'oiip one,  Osoyoos Division, Villi:' Pis'iflcl. Iti'irisli Columbia, an undivided one-lialf iuten-sl in lots  7 and S, in block 2 of subdivision K of said lot  601. An undivided oiie-quarto. inu-rcsi in :.nd  to lots 3 and U' iu said-].'lock-J in said -._.-  division F, under and bv virtue of a certain  uiorlya:;e dated llie 21st day of Si?i.loiiibri',  IS')., vvliic'.i mnrlga^re and title ileeds will be  produced for ii;_i>eeuou by Ilm iiui-cliascr on  day of sale. Tlio ternis and cuiu'ilions" of sale  will bi made liiiowu by llieiuictioneer al tlHi  li ine of sale.  Dated tliis 1st dav of Mav, A,.' J). WM.  A. S. HI-ACK..,  Solicit"' for I._oi-l;*-i_r-''..  ���   MINERAL ACT, 1396.   ;  Certificate of imDrovemeni.  "SOTICR.  ALTA   Mineral Claim,   situate  in   Uie Keltic!  Kiver  Miuiu;.   Division   of Yale   Disiict.  ".Yliere locatod:    lu  Providence  camp   ltd-  '- joiuiiur tin. Kob Roy  niiiii'ral claim. ���  TAKK XOTlK.lli.it 1. Arllusr Murd.icli  While-side-, as ajrent'fm- C. N. Manioii,  free minor's certilicate Ko. Jl "l+.Vi, l.leiiuy Moving, five miner's certilicate No. U2'>5084. If. W.  tlUlon, Tree miner's certi licati'. Ko. A1K5')", and  Louis I. C/stroslii free miner's cerli'icaio  No. lS.V.'u intend sixty days from the,  date liereol'. to apply to tiie MinliiC Recorder  for a Certilicate of 1 iuprov.iiio.uis, for the  pm-pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of fhe  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. miiat be cniniu.ii.ed bel'oi-e. the i.s.  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated ihis ISil: dav of April, l��i>l.  A. 51. WHITES..*li.  ���Q O  km  TRUST CO,,- LIMITED LIABIL1T  REPRESENTING :  PHOENIX  FIRE  ASSURANCE CO.,  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  OF TORONTO.  WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.,  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO..  OF TORONTO,  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  . OF TORONTO.  GEO. R'NADEN,  Alanager  Harvey & Robins. Proprietors.  ��t Stock* Cbe neatest  Copper Street, Greenwood.  MINERAL ACT, 1396.  Certificate of Imi'.ovei-iei.t.  NOTICE.  EMRKAT.D .Mineral claim, sitiuue in tho  Kettle Hiver Mining Division of Yale Dis-  trict. Where located:    hi Deadwood camp.  TAKE XO'I'U'lv thai 1, Sydney M. John-  son. Free Miner's Ceiiilii-ato No. 11. Sl'ii)  for self and as a^reni for 1. II. Halletl, Free.  Miner's Certificate No. :���'!.'. and Lindsay ^lc-  Caireii Free Miner's Certi licate No.  1130022       iiiteinl sixty        ilays from  thu date hereof, lo apply to the Miuiuu  Recorder (or a. Ceriiiieate nf Improvements, ior  the purpose of obtainiiiir si Crown I! rant of the  above claim'  And further take notice thru action, under  Section 37. must be commenced before the is-  suance of such Certificate <>f Improvements.  Dated this lsl dav of .iaiiorv. A. D. 1901.  SIDNEY JI. JOHNSON.  ,-t)  JU.  MINERAL ACT.  ��Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "JO DANDY" '-OT.D KENTUCKY" "RILEY"'  .'LOST HORSE" 'TE.MERA1RE FRACT.  ION"' "EMM._*FRACTION-' anil "TEXAS  FRACTION" Mineral claims, situate in the  Kettle River Miniii_- Division of Yale  District. .Where located : In James Creek  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  aire-.it for Leonard S. Moulton Barrett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B20Ts'l, intend  sixty days after date liereof to apply to the  Mining-Recorder for a Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtainiiiir a Crown  Grant of the above c'.aini.  And further take notice that   action under  Seetion 37   must   be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lSth day of May. A. D,. 1000.  I. H.   HALLE TT. I^p!7K7y^*P^77l''-'^'-:^fey-  ^imymww  ���7i;  le?  THE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  '���Aa  &  Page   5.  LOCAL HAPPENINGS.  J: W. McBride of Bolster was in the  city this week.  Geo. R. Naden paid a flying- visit to  Canyon City this week.  R..W. Trueman the Vancouver photographer registered at the Imperial  this week.  L. Patrick, the well known mining-  engineer of Molson was in the city last  week.  F. A. Sinclair of the custom's department, Grand Forks was in the city this  week.  The town of Trail has been made a  city. A special issue of the gazette  contains the notice of incorporation.  Hon. Mr. Turner has decided not to  go to Bug-land until fall. Private and  public business is given as the reason.  Robert McQuarrieof the Mother Lode  left'on Tuesday for the east with instructions to the conductor to "put uie  off at Buffalo."  Clias. H. Wolf formerley'manager of  the Sullivan Mine in East Kootenay  has been appointed ore buyer for the  Granby smelter.  Robert Wood, J. \V. Hugh Wood and  John Hamill returned from the West  Fork on Friday. They also visited the  Myers Creek Country.  The    Waragraph    Company   entertained 1 arg-e audiences in tin-   Auditorium ou Saturday and again   on   Mon  day   niglit.    The   pictures   were  well  shown.  F. C. Bailey and wife of Spokane are  visiting tne district. Mt*. Bailey is interested in several properties in Providence camp. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey have  visited here every summer since   1897.  S. H. C. Miner of the Miner-Graves  syndicate is putting iu the necessary  money to -liquidate the indebtedness tf  the Earthquake Mining Company who  own some promising- properties on the  North For:.. .  Leonard Norris. govern ment agent  and land commissioner Vernon B. C.  was in tlie city this week. He heard  the evidence in connection with the  adverse filed by Mr. Smith ugainst the  Thompson pre-emption on the West  For!*-.. Mr. Norris decided that a case  was not made and decided in favor of  the Thompson estate.  Mayor Jakes and M. C. Shaw left "a*  Monday for Victoria where they will  interview the government in reference  to the securing a lnor. central school  for Greenwood. They will be joined  at the capital by Ralph Smailes a member of tlie school board who has been  on the coast for some time.  The C. P. R. this week placed a  sounder in Sprott & Macpherson's  jewellery store. Thenew time service  calls ior watch inspectors to receive the  correct time every morning. Messrs.  Sprott & Macpherson have now a direct  wire witli Montreal and receive tlie  correct time every morning at 8.56  a. m.  Dr. Ladou-: of New York head of the  firm of Ladoux it Co., the largest pur-  chasel's-oi-niattean'd'biUlion in-America-  visited Paul Johnson at the Greenwood  smelter on Saturday. Dr. Ladotix buys  extensively from the B. C. smelters  and the object of his visit was to  assure himself that the smelters could  maintain the supply necessary to till  the demands of European customers.  Among those registered at tlie Imperial this week were J. M. Holuian of  Holinau "Bros., Cambourne, England,  William F. Bennett of Bennett Sons &  Co., of the same town and their B. C.  agent Roland Macliin of Victoria. Mr.  Hobnail's lirm manufactures a rock  drill which they are iutn.div_i.-g- in the  province and the Bennett Company a:e  manufacturers of tlie well known  Bennett fuse. The party visited the  different mines iu the Boundary.  A Lodge of Eagles has been organized in Phoenix with the following  ollicers: Worthy past president Win.  Abbott; worthy president, J. E. Mc-  Auliffc; worthy vice-president Chas. II.  Jones; worthy secretary, H. B. Selioo-  ley; worthy tre;>surer, W. V. Kempt;  worthy conductor, Mike O'Leary;  worthy chaplain, W. S. Ross; worthy  inside guard, Eugene Shea; worthy  outside guard, A. E. Scott; trustees, R.  B. Boucher, G. S. Gordon and John  Lynch.  R. H. Hutchens, the popular superintendent of the Mother Lode mine,  has gone for a week's vacation to visit  his free milling claim on' the West  Fork of the Kettle river. Mr. Hutch-  ens is accompanied by T. A. Melde. In  the absence of Mr. Hutchens, Henry  Pasco, C. E., who recently came from  New York -with W. H. Thomas, the  consulting engineer of the mine, to  take charge of the quarry on Moth er  Lode hill, is in charge as acting super-,  intendent of the entire property.  ./  Capital', all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest ,...$7;000I000.  ���i^St>  jh^S*  _!=_:'*  'Srcs-S"  President:   I.oki. Sti.a-_._con a and Modkt .Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. (.ko-OF. A. Di-ummOni*.  General Mauajrer :    I_. S   Clol-sto.**.  Branches in London, Eng. -j ^LJ"h"r.3L. Sew York. Chicago, gf  Buy  aud sell Sttrlinir Exchange and Ca'ole Transfers ; Grant Comiiietr.ial an       �����,___*."  Travellers,' Credits, available in anv part of the world. '���>.-5"i'  Greenwood Branch,     F. j. FiWUCAME, Manager,  mmmmmmMmmmm  >v.-_3  4 "to.  WE GUARANTEE THEM UNCONDITIONALLY.  CALL AND LET US  EXPLAIN-ITS ADVANTAGES TO YOU.  JEWELLERS.  COPPER STREET.  tfCfitm P4JI4 r-M*r*UtUm'XI*PM l."UJtl_Ttf 30V7^QOTC-9B3  ������ wirmn iqrowwra r- awn w. w.irvr> ���*_ *��- ..  <J_5-  -THE BANK OF-  *-<��*>  Established 1S36.     Iucorpooatetl by Royal Charter.  Capital, i;i,000,000-$4,S66.66.  Reserve Fund, ^350,000���$1,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, ENGLAND.  K- STIKEMAr., General Manager, Montreal,  j, ELMSLY, InSBector, Montreal..  m  YOUR HOUSES AND SIGNS  And Guaraiiteeourworl. to be riir'it, as we use only tlie best  of materials and employ only coiiitJ.teiit \vo.l.ir.i_ii   -   -   -   -  ���PAPERING AND DECORATING-     "  . A full Iim: of "Wall. P.._'<-rs,. faints. Oil.. Glass, "Mirror.,  Sasli and Doors, Yariiislius. etc. etc. Use Mellor's Pure  Ready Mixed Paints, S_,U_ per Gallon.    -    -------  HI ���  11  i 81 '  -���Si.  COPPER STREET.  _u��tnTii"-''*i'**''''**n" f  BRUCE IS ALL RIGHT.  It is saitl the census shows that the  population oi Bruce Count)-, Opt., has  decreased nearly five thousand in ten'  years. This saems hardly credible, but  the people of that noted division oi  C'ui.ada_imist be^ery^p.^^  they have kept themselves up to the  old standard besides distributing sturdy specimens of manhood in all parts  of the country. It is a notorious fact  that you may 'fly- to the uttermost parts  of the earth, but you will find a Bruce  man there ahead of you. "When Cap'.  Bernier takes possession of the north  pole in the name of Canada he is sure  to be welcomed to the alleged temporate  climate of that region hy a representative of the dominant county of Canada.���Victoria Times.  SWAYNE HOUSE! *  Comfortable furnished rooms, ji  Private Board. Home Cook- '/  ing-.    Board   and   room   from  t.  ty7'^xxm\yv:im---a]MSfix^^���-^r  Branches and ag-ents  in   all  the   principal   cities   of   Canada and thi-.  United Slates, and correspondents in all parts  of the world.  ...A GENERAL BANKING 'BUSINESS TRANSACTED..--.  'Greenwood Brar.cl.:   W. G. -ll BELT, Manager.  mmm$mmmmmmmmm��m-  m 1  f AMMAN R  \ I v _?  I taf mwiiiifan'da-NK OF fQIIERCE I  ��j �����st^"-"r*o^��yiS-_. itr.ta^r*  With Which is ihcorsoratejj the  -v__�� -_tv_-osnv a-*" ip-*=*r'r'*vTV       vv.���i1.-  1 THE BAM OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.   1  8 MEAD OFFICE,. TORONTO. B  A Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000 ft  nt. ��fe*  &&���  c��B HON. GEO. A. COX, President.   B..E. WALKER, General Manager    |^.  9$, '.-���". ^��-  ^ \    W    M    CB'.l/T!'.^  &< Jo Tu li. bisriikic^  ysy  Manager Greenwood Ersncli.     fH y I  &i��y  W''  ft-'..!  wmmmmmmmmmM&&;>,;  '-t-nt -��rrvt*jiTiTVk v -nfjLt-;jTa�� Rxuva nxsi.iix-niirm rs.w -s^rvftwirr. ^r^_ vi  e.'Jv***i��i **.?fn  ROSSLAND ENGINEERINC WORKS.   : CUWL-FFE & McfjILLAK ������   XKSCEirjtf <r�� i - viz k  TheK. I<\ & A. Co., sells Crow's  Nest coal; seasoned hard-wood, any  lengths, Loon Lake ice; daily delivery.  Ofliee opp. Windsor Hotel. V. A N.  Tel. 123. tf  Dont fory-ct toyoto the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs, ^ood spuds,  good mocha and Java coffee, ;;'Ood tea  and fresh groceries.  -xrl  CAMP. McKiM  ...HOTEL...  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  .        Best   Brands   Wine?,   Liquors   and  ? Cigars.   Good St_.l)liiiir.  CAMP McKINNEY. B. C,  R  onii!iLniiii'; oriuo.  *?'-a T"i "a���-'p�� *5"?*i  i?   "if c*> "-"a"*"  FOUNDERS.      BOILER fiUKE-iS      and      MACHINISTS.  ORE *y)ARS- This is onr specialty. We make the best ore cars on the-  /.'larket and sell them, as fast as we can make them. Write us for refe*r-  ences and full particulars.  SECOND HAND MACHINERY. For Sale. 1-60 H. P. ret_ra  boiler 5-1G s;iell, he.ids, H2-3, l?ues. Tested to. 180 lqs cold watier pressure.  12 ft h'eavv 30 lb smokestack.and all   .utiiii's  complete.     1���9x12  H'ctrt:&-  "���^ "**"*onUal slide-y_.lW1*-7^  attached.  WANTED. 2���3 or -i drill air compressors. 2���Small hoists about 16 2.. p_.  small boilers 15 to. 25 h. p. must be in g*ood condition.  ThinJ Avenue,  Rossland.  P 0 Box -9g.  ,.��>:;*C';;->.��-C-..v-  �� �� (6.  1^fl 1AV   VOP fC A1 ��^C  kJ^S �� ��  Beans pet" can... '. $0-15 \  Peas .'.         15 '  Corn       15  Tomatoes       IS  Potatoes per cwt    1.7S  Smoke a William. Pitt Ciyyir.    A jolly given  with   every  cigar   at JaCO^S'-    Ask for  it.  ty. ���  '/.' y'  H'y  Kaisins per package       IS  Kaisins per lb   Currants loose,���..  Currai.is. Package.,  Salmon, per can   10  15  20  15  Salmon, 2 lbs.       25  Mackerel, per can fresh       15  Herring-, per can, fresh 15  Herring, tomato sauce 20  Preserved bloaters       20  Flour. Hungarian    1-50  Flour. Gold Drop    1,35  Potatoes, per cwt   Oil, per case         3.65  When  you   can   get   thc   best   cigars  the   country   at   JaCOlJS.     :    :    :    :     : ^;  \imfi �� be * a = Bead * One I  ||    CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK. - - Copper Street. ||;  !   s;-i  ^uiaiiUiuiiUiiiUiiiiuiuiuaiiiuaiiiamiuuuiiiau'iiiiiiu^  _u-;>  ���-a  -_��_o  PZTER  GENELLE, PRES. J. GENELLE, VICE-PRES.  ./,  POUPORE. SECRETARY.  T  -��      1  n.ft Ra! inihin 1 lirniw f?n  Telcp"��":      ���  uio uuiumuia LUiikJui uu.  v,nicll&XKlS(m     ^  tteiifi-.il Ofiiec.  Ore. ii wood, 11. C.  Telephones :  LIMITED.  Xo. 20.  Our    Yards    and   Mills    are ||   We /..re Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  _ located as follows :  I -a Greenwood.     Phoenix.    Dead-  i ^2 ��ood City. Eholt Xo. I, Eliol Xo.  t  -jc 1 ����� 2, Loin.'Lake, Roel. Cieel.-.   Sky*  I. / _> | *^-e iar-K   camp,    Xakusp,    Kobsoii,  3 Ymir and Kosslaiul.  il IS OKI Lite I  .'^lHfmrmmmniiRnfflinHinnmiiiiiimmmmmmffifnK: Page  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  A NEW GOLD STAMPEDE.  Licence to an  Sole Agents For The B. C, Assay &  C.iemical Supply Co., Vancouver, B, C.  ��� / ,- DIRECT IMPORTERS OF , > <  ASSAYERS   AND   MILL   SUPPLIES     -:-    WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE  STOCK OF ALL APPARATUS REQUIRED- IN YOUR ASSAY OFFICE. |  SOLE AGENTS FOR "BATTERSEA"  111 i) GET  CRUCIBLES etc, AND BRAUNS PAT-  liin c; ^.sc LiNis cg -van It" >N~-iTsa:  fi ...maces.  Fresh Discoveries of Free-Milling Quartz on  Menhenick Creek.  The towns od   the   Ann,   Comaplix  and   Thompson's   Landing,   and   the  new'miriiag  town of Camborne.up   at  the raouth-of Pool Creek are   all. in   a  great state of excitement over the fresh  discoveries of free milling gold quartz,  which have been recently made around  Camborne, says' the ReveistokeHerald.  Most of the population are away   tracing out the gold bearing belt   up   into  js^-he i_al *a-.rs:>_    [si ac   Creek,   while  those whose occupation keeps them   in  town are busy squinting at   specimens  through glasses and dickering in   part  interests in claims, while  "the  Eva"  and "Oyster," "fractions"' and "exten-  tions" absorb the whole of the conve -  sation, though it must not be admitted  that a few spare minutes are occasion-'  ally found to discuss the great question  of the wagon road up Fish creek.  There seems to be very little doubt  that this free milling quartz belt is one  of the biggest things yet struck in  i Kootenay. The first find was made  two years ago by two prospectors  named Tweedie and Hutchinson, who  were not prospectors by occupation ; t  all and whose locatiou of theEva claim  about one and one half miles from cam-  borne was at the time the subject of  many merry jests by the old timers,  who had been walking all over and  around the claim for years. It has  since been Messrs. Tweedie and Hutchinson's turn to hand out the horse  laugh to the old timers. The Eva  property in the hands of the Imperia  Development syndicate, of Nelson, and  managed by A. H. Gracey, has ni\v  about 1,000 feet of workings and enough  free milling ore in sight to keep a ten-  stamp mill going for two years. The  Imperial as its name iiiiplies, is a purely development company, organized  for the purpose of bringing properties  up to the stage, when their value can  be more or less ^definitely ascertained  and then selling them, but the reports  from,the Eva have-been of such a fetching nature that some of the Imperial  directors favor putting in a mill and  working the mine for themselves.  Extra-Provincial Company.  "COMPANIES ACT. 1897.  Canada :  Province of U.kitisii Colomhia  TH  In   Crown    Point  1. Hallr/t,  03. for nlv-  iglas,   -"'vV  THE ORIENTAL  COMMISSION.  COPPER STREET.  AND  Lunches  put ap���-Short orders  at all  flours���Private  dining   room   for   ladies ��� Best service   in   the   city.  CABLE  ADDRESS  MAORI.  CODE :  MOREING &-JNEAI,.  THOS. MILLER, Mgr.  TO LET :    Building  suitable  for Stores or offices.     Lot on Copper Street,  business   centre.  FOR SALE :    Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD,  B.   C.  1 mwwowiw rtHW/n1  The commissioners have concluded  their enquiries into the subject of Chinese and Japanese immigration into  British Columbia in this province and  in the Pacific coast cities, which were  visited for the purpose of making comparisons, and of ascertaining public  feeling there on the subject. For this  pttrpore the Sound cities, Seattle,  Tacoma, Portland and San Francisco  were visited and much valuable information gathered. The fact that the  Geary Act, the United States law prohibiting the immigration of Mongolians, terminates next year, lias reawakened interest in the subject in the  Pacific Coast cities, and very great interest was evinced in the work of the  Canadian commission by the leading  public, business, and labor men interviewed at the places mentioned, The  cbmniissiotfei-s will"prbcieSd"witli^tliis"  preparation of their report, and may  possibly take some further evidence in  the east before closing their labors.  The report will be necessarily quite  voluminous, and it will be borne time  before the notes are transcribed and  ready ror the printers.  NOTICE  that thirty  I intend to  Notice is hereby given  days from the date hereof  apply to the Board of License Commissioners in the City of Greenwood,  for a transfer of the licence now held  by me to Sidney Oliver, fer the premises situate on Gold Street, Greenwood, aud known as the Ladysmith  Hotel. Or..\  Lofstad'.   .  Dated June 4th, 1901.  o-jmjL.-ir.-sapji-  fiflft44M.fttt_._rt_     m^_��.kiMA(mi    ft-ttt    If^iftftj-*    771-feftefl*  die Poffl Duplex Pin III Pel Valves.  g.g___i_aS-__a-j--%^^  WE ARE PREPARED  To fnrnish Pumping Machinery of various types for  all Mining duties. Our long experience and up to  date plant and methods enable us to warrant our  Pumps unapproached for design, durability, compactness and general serviceable qualities.  We have given special attention to the construction of all  Pumi.ini? Mactiiaery required for mine work, and also manufacture Humps for special duties, pumps actuated 5y compressed air.  Pumps for bad mine water, steam pumps, etc. Catalogues and  specifications sent upon request.  THE N0RTHY CO., Toronto, Can.  CUNLIFF & McMILLAN, Agents at Rosslaud.  GEO. A. WALKEM, ._. Co., Agents at Vancouver.  HIS IS TO CERTIFY that the "Montreal and Boston Copper Company, Ltd."  is authorized ar.d licensed to carry on business  within the Province ot* liriiish Columbia, and  to carry out or effect all or anv of the objects of  the Company to which the legislative authority  of ilie Legislature of .British Columbia extends.  The head office of tlie Company is situate mi  Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada.  The amount of the capital of the Company is  S;00,000, divided into live thousaud shares of  $1(X> each.  The head office nf the Company in this Province is situate at Greenwood, and Clive  Pringle, l_aiTist.r-at-..aw, whose "address is  Greenwood aforesaid, is the attorney for the  Company.  Given under my hand and seal of ofliee at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  llth clay of March, one thousand nine hundred  and one.  [us.]  , S. Y. W OOTTON,  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  Thc following are the objects for which the  Company has been established :  a. To mine, quarrv. \vorl-,.mill, manufacture'  and prepare for sale by any process, and to  carry, sell and deal iu coal, coke, iron, iron  ores, stone, copper and copper ores, manganese  and any other minerals', clays or mineral substances, and general.-.- to carry ou tlie trades of  mine and coal owners, iron masters, founders,  smellers of metals, and iiuarrymeu and ore aud  metal dealers :  b. To purchase or acquire any interest in,  and to hold, use or occupy any lauds, buildings,  coal and other mines, miuernls, mining or other  rights,easements or privileges, and tlio Company may sell and convey the same by deed or  deeds with the usual full covenants or otherwise :. :'���-.- I  c. To let or sub-let for building, mining- or  any other uurposc any property, and to give  and giant any rights, licenses, easements or  privileges:  d. To construct, purchase, alter, operate or  maintain, or to contribute to the purchase, construction, alteration, operation or maintenance  of any building, railway, tramway, tvire rope  tramway, canal, bridge, pier, road, ship, steamer, barge or other work calculated to afford any-  facilily in carrying on or extending the business of the Company, arid to operate such railway, tramway--wire rope tramway, canal,wliarf  bridge, pier, road, ship, steamer, barge, and  other works by steam, electricity or other  motive power:    -  e. To purchase, hire, charter, construct,  maintain, operate or manufacture for use iu  connection with any business of the Company  any ships, steamers, barges, rolling stock,  machinery or plant:  f. To acquire any exclusive right in letters  patent, franchise or patent rights or privileges  or lands iu connection with the business of the  Company.  g. To farm any laud held by tlie Company,  aud for that purpose to buy, sell and deal in  any farming stock or produce :  ,h. To construct aud maintain telegraph aiid  telephones, and generally to carry on the business of a telegraph and,jtelephoue company,  and to transport freight and passengers on laud  and water, in connection with and confined to  the business of the Company :  i. To acquire the good-will of any business  within the objects of the Company, and auy  lauds. privileges, rights and contracts P 'er;  taining to the same, and in connection wit "S  such purchase lo undertake the liabilities 'of  any company, association, partnership or  person :  j. To sell or otherwise dispose of the whole  or any branch or part of the business or property of the Company to any Company carrying on or formed for the purpose of carrying on  any objects similar to those of the Company  hereby incorporated:     ,      '  k. To acquire by original subscription or  otherwise, and io hold, seil orotherwise dispose  of shares, stocks, debentures or debenture stock  of any company carrying on, or formed for carrying on, any trade or business within the  objects of the Company:  1. To purchase, lease or otlierw.se acquire,  hold and enjoy all property, franchises, rights  and privileges, held or enjoyed by any other  company or companies carrying or any business similar lo that which this Company is  authorized to carry cm under the provision of  its charter. Said property, rights, franchises  and privileges, when purchascd.leased orotherwise acquired as above stated shall be owned  and enjoyed by this Company as fully and  pgcctiially^as the same were_ heretofore held  and enjoyed  same were  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate   of  Improvements.  NOTICE.  CROWN POINT Mineral claim, situate in  the-.  Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District.   Where   located  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Issac H. '  Free Miner's ceriicatc No. USt'OS,  self and as agent for John Douglas, f'v-f.  Miner's certificate No._"S1_7. John P. jM cLdX&Y  Free Miner's Certificatc__2(,5-9, A.N.Pelly, Free  Miners CertificateNo. 2-0_9, and G. N- Hodgson  Free Miner's certificate No. B2.7rfS,. intend,,  sixty davs from the date liereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 1 mo rows-  men ls~ 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 3rd day of May, WOO.  1. H..HALL1-TT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  TAMARACK  FRACTION.    Mineral   claim,,  situate iu  thu Kettle Kiver Mining Division  of- Yale  District.     AVherc   located :      In  Greenwood camp.  AKE   no'Ice thatl, Isaac H.  Hallett, as.  agent for the Erl Srudicata, Limited,Free  Miner's Certiti'-ate* No. J-'.2_.H6,  intend  sixty  davs    from   the     date    hereof,  to applv to ihe M.nii.g 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 tliis lOih dav of May, l'.'Ol.  M16 I. H. HALLETT..  T'a.  ,-i*->:V  Notice to  Pre-emptors  Lands-  by the Company from which the  so purchased, leased or otherwise  acquired, subject to all existing valid liens and  charges.  White blouses, all sizes and prices at  G. F. Williams.  i   MRS. LARKIN   !  Has  taken   charge   of  rooms in the  the  Where she will be prepared to  look after all her old customers and as snany new ones as  she can entertain. The rooms  are well furnished and comfortable; rates reasonable. If  von need ���  R  Call   and   see   her   before   taking-  elsswhere.  i  ������^���>.o<��j>o<o>e��._<����.fr<<��n<.K#<,|  >**-..**<*>��***.+  Illustrated postal  both smelters. Do  them.  .Smith & McRae  cards,   views of*  not  miss  seeing-  LIMITED.  \       ' m  I WHOLESALE   GROCERS  !     WINE AND SPIRIT     ]  ] MERCHANTS. j  |    VICTORIA, B.  C.     *J  **%*z*o.*o-*s>om*xm ****** . * i���� **t _ ���n tt*. * io�� ���.*  THE attention of Pre-emptors of Crownr  lauds'is hereby called to au amendment  to the "Laud Act," passed at the last session of  the Legislature, whicli provides as follows,,  viz:���  "9.   Pre-etuptors of Crown lands, whether in:  arrears in payment of instalments ot purchase:  money or not, who at the time of coming into-  force of this Act have obtained Certificates of.'  Improvement,  or  who  shall   have    obtained  Certificates   of    Improvement   within   twelve,  months thereafter, shall ou conforming with,  the provisisions of the "Land Act," except as .  hereby altered,   be  entitled   to  obtain  Crowrt;  grants of their pre-emption claims upon com--  pleting payments, of purchase   money at the_'  rate of seventy-five cents per acre, and Crown i  grant fees, which payments  may be made as i-  follows :��� ���;������'.���  Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the..  31st day of December, 1901;  "Twentv-five cents per acre on or  bcforc-tliCi  30-h'day of June, VXG.;.  "and the remaining���  "Twenty-live cents per acre on or before the-.  i       131st day of December. 1.02, "and  without-  ' any   further  payment  of interest or ar-  rears of interest.":  W..S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & "Works..  Lands and works Departmout,  "Victoria, IJ. C, 1st June. 19.1. Jy-4  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  o NOTICE.  LEAD KING. Mineral cliliiii, situate iii the?-.  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Wiiere locoted: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that We, Hugh R. Elliot;  Freu Miner'scerlifiacic No. 1. 2:'4S.-. Herbert:  Hamlin Free Miner's certificateNo. B .03.7, anc__  Walter J. Wartmau Free Miner's certificate No_.  I! 2.926, intend CD clays fiom the date hereof, to  apply Ui the Mining Recorder for a Certificate^  of Improvements, for the purpose of cibtaUtiiig;-  a Crown.Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that  action, underaction 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of Mav, A. D. 1901  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  "CLEVELAND      L- 0COO*.     "G   LCO .Bit  FRACTION" ..nd    -YOR-_    L'R.. TTiOl***'-  Mineral claim, situate lu In   -..cKe-. UeRivei:  Miiiiut, Division of Vale Dis.rict.  Where located :   In Smiths Camp.  T"'" TCKE^NSTicislli^Tl^^  agent for J. C. Haas. Free Miuer's Certificate No. B29714, and George E. Foster, Free:'  Miner's Certificate No. 167 (special);  intend sixty days from date liereof to.  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate-,  of Improvements for tlic purpose of obtaining-  a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action under ���  Section 37 must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of May, A. D., 1901.  m30 I. H. HALLETT.  HfiiFICfilffl?  Pan-American Exhibition  Buffalo - -  $76.00.  JULY 2. 16. AUGUST 6, 20-  Epworth League Meeting  San Francisco $50.00.  JULY 13, U 15tfi.  Christian Endeavor Conven't  Cincinnati $68.50.  JULY 2nd and 3rd.  JU*  National Educational  Assn.  Detroit $71.25.  JULY 2nd and 3rd.  E. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C..  J. S. CARTER,  D. P. A., Nelson, B.C.  E. J. C0YLE,  A.G.P.A., Vancouver  ! S'- ^^^^ii^^^Pfl  Vi?'*  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page 7.  A: WILD RIDE.  _EerrAon the Lardo ttiver broke Loose and was  ������..,....' Destroy ed:  ��� A visitor frbm tiie Lardo g-ave an ac-  -icttantof a lively    ride   on   the   Lardo  ijt-jfer'.tliat happened last week   during:  v*v_  thehiyh water in whicli seven   of   the  ���C. P. R. engineers had a most excit-  ..ing* and dang-erons experience. At the  Upper Crossing- of the Lardo, there is,  or rather was, a bartfe ferry. In this,  [������style of ferry motive power is gained  1 toy keeping-the craft pointing- at an  jangle up stream by a strong- \vir��j cable  [overhead, to which the ferry is attached  Iby wire ropes running through travelling- wheels on the cross cable. "When  ie desired bank is reached the stern  irope is tightened up, bringing the  barge broadside to the current, thus  ^topping it. ^  1 The ferry in question had been tied,  ��p for the winter in a sheltered eddy,'  ind the engineering party decided to  Jpen up the season bv making the first  ip. The current -was so wild that  sine who were present tried to dis-  Jiade them from-attempting- the cross-  ig, but as they were anxious to get  cross the mooringropes were lc.evened  id the barge poled out until the cur-  jnt caught it. What happened ��� then  lok place so quicdly that the specta-  Irs on the bank had not time to do  jiything to save the ferry before it  Its too late. When the full force of  current struck the barge had been  larly under the cable, thus leaving  ne slack, and when the end of this  s reached there came a jerk that  it one man oft" at the upper side of  barge and another at the lower. At  same time the force of the shock  llsed the water to rush up over the  ���ge, which canted perilously for a  ment with down stream side up in  air, and the reverse side deep down  he whirling water. The the tackle  ; torn out of the.barf e and it went  i.ening- madly down stream, which  i a very fortunate thing for thetwo  (jt in the water, who both had: ob-  ed a hand hold, which would not  . e been tenable for more than a few  inds. As it was they were hauled  ioard safely. A little farther down  ibarge went smash on a reef of rock  hnately close to the shore, and all  b enablec to get off.- The" ferry was  riy destroyed.���Nelson Miner.  J. Evans Nelson; S. W Steven-  (Vancouver, Sam  Villa- Hamilton;  7   Smithcott Victoria and L. Ernst  [on were   among   the   commercial  at the Imperial thi? week.  is   Thursday   evening   the   local  fellows Lodge goes   to   Phoenix to  tute a lodge of the   order   at   that  t;--. They are assisted by the Grand  :s and Phoenix lodges.   The Phoe-  Oddfellows   have   made elaborate  .-.rations to entertain' tlie   visitors  i pleasent time is expected.  bert Wood, J..W. Hugh, Wood and  Hamill have returned front' the  Fork country. .  as. E. Tisdall Ex M. P. P., a well  rn Vancouver business man regis-  jit tjie_l2ili"'eri'-^  ucan Mcintosh has decided to  . several cottages on the lots rec-  ��� purchased by him near J. J.Cavtl-  s There is an increasing demand  ���sidences in the city, being diffi-  xt the present time to secure houses  'nt. .���. ���-:���������  C. Cook. Toronto,, a honor   G-rad-  of the Ontario School of Pharmacy  Accepted, a   position   with. Miller  druggists.  r Rent���Corner store with three  -, papered, rent about ?20. Ap-  .he Times office, tf  Townsite Agents for the Owners, Greenwood and Rendell.  NOTICE.  M    BOILER  EXAMIN-  N�� B.���Contracts have been let for a new hotel, general store, assay,office  and other buildings,  Fishers new saw mill at Rendell is running full blast,  J.'SPECTORS"  A.T10N. j  PLICATIONS for examination for Steam !  1'oiler Inspector, '.rill be receive.! by the ;  Inspector of  Stt-.-uii   "Joilors. New West-  cr. ii. C.. no u> .'in. loth. I'.liJ. Applic--  |must  be  li. f.v._u   ihe :iyi-s of 25 and 50 ;  , thev iiiu^i have li'aii ai least live; years ;  Iical workshop experience :ls mi'-chiiuxts or  ���malceis. ami iiui-'t also have :l tli><i-ouyli  rJ^m>��'  r-i&KMK  "*S -*S *^* *-_*��� *fr     ^i-'^      -^* ���*?* ^S 'S *�� -4* -"I*^ ���*_* v -*s  s&��-  x$$<-  9U.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  .w.ir.-u fj:ps��TOcecag5i��gg-r;3cr-X  mtnimLXtin wastizu wrj <���_ yrrsp a  c^Ta��x!aarfflam__aw_-T��ri��9-^^  [���makers, and inu--i also h:\\v :i ilioroit^U | '      ' .  . of  iiitciuliiiff applicants,  trniu the Cnief ;��*$'>< M'' ���    ^ , __  'iff "I"''  lector of Steam lioifers. "Sew  \Vestmiiisti.r,  iind  mu. I liu .iropcrly   filled   i" .iud rc-  |'d ui lii in on cr before the above-men tn'iied  e candidates selected for examination will  be.   notified  as  to date and  place of ex-  ���latioii.  fie saiarv will beSlOO per month.  W. C. WELLS.  Cliief Commissioner of Lands __ Works  Id and Works Department,  Victoria, _.. C. -..nd May, 1901.       m30  i sr  rm%  *f**  mm a*  bviF^Vl     If  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  ^b��  ft  i  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ������FOUX ACE" Miueral cllim, Bittaate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale District.   Where located ;   In Greenwoed camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  ayent for Kobert Jaffray, Flee Miner's  ce rti ficate Ko. B2'*_ 10, Williani T.Smith, free  miner's ceriiiieate ">To, I.2')5jj, Robert Wood,  free miner's certilicate _\'o. 1S2.75., anci  Evan Parry, free miner's certificate Ko.  152.95.., intend, sixty clays from the date  hereof, ��� to apply lo the Miniuir Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant to tiie above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this lath day of April. 1901.  I*.   H.   HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DANDY Miuerl Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Miiiiiifr Division of Osoyoos District.  Where located: In Greenwood caiiip. somh  of the Tamarac.-Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we. Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's C eriificate No. B8120  and H. L. Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  H2961+, intend, sixty days from the date herec '"  lo apply to tne miniuir recorder for a certi  cate of improvements for tiie purpose of obtai.  injr a crown jrraiil of the above claim.  And  further take   notice  that action, und s  section. 37,  must be cornmeiic.cl  before the i  suanceo'f such certificttc. of improvements.  Dated this 16th dav of March, A. D.. 1.01.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Lony  Lakfc-  LAKE VIEW mineral clfir-. ��'���  Kettle Kivei ri-lu.ng i-ivi��n.i-  trict. Where located : In  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we. Robert Wood.Free  Miner's Certificate Ko. E29759, and C. L.  Thoniet, Free Miners Certilicate No. 1.29059, intend sixty days from the date liereof, to applj-  to to Min ing-Recorder for a Certificate of Im-  prouements, for the purpose of obtaining- a.  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced, before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 4th dav of March, A. D.,1901.  3m-6.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.      ���  NOTICE.  CLIMAX mineral claim, situate in the Kettle  ! River Mining- division  of  Yale  district.  Where located:   In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for George R. Naden, free miner's  certilicate 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. 297S8B, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant to the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, 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 'rtT*-_  Mii.ing- Division of Yale Dlstrict.^W-tere  Located in Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, C. _E. Shaw acting  as agent for Mary McArthur, Free  Miner's Certi licate 7734b, and George R. Naden,  Free Miner's certificate Ko. 14357a intend sixty-  days from the date hereof to apply io the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvement for the purpose of obtaining a crown  grant for above claim.  And further take notice that action under  cection 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 27th dav March. A. D. 1960.    __-____-.2g.34 .^-^^^��� ���-^---���-'criErSHA.w:  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  ROBERT EMMET Mineral claim,   situte in  the Kettle River Mining   Division  of   Yale  District.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. _E. Shaw acting  as agent for C. J. McArthur. Free  Miner's Certificate 6227.'*, G. R, Naden', Free  Miner's certilidate No. 14357.., and the P. A.  Langery estate, Free Miner's certificate  No. **2%29B, intend, sixty clays from the  date 'hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtain in-., a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And'further lake nnt ice that action, under  Section 37, must be. commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dat'-d i liis 27th clav of March, I'm  26-34 " C./E.SI1A1V.  9-f  MINERAL ACT 1S96.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  IDAHO Mineral  Claim,  situate  iu   the  Kettle  River  Mining  Division   of   Yale   district.  Where located :    In Long Lake camp.  np-Vi-i: NOTICE   ll.-ai   1. C. _*t". Shaw acting  JL    a- .-ij.viit for J. Lucv. Free Miner's certilicate    S03.ii)    ami   the   I*.  A      Largey     estate  Free Miner's crrtifica'.o   2!'_29ii.   i:'.teiul    sixty  cil'.vs   from  lite   date   hereof,   to   apply   to tlie  Mining Recorder for a Coi'tificate of   Improvements   .or ihe purpose! of orit.-y.nivig a Crown  Giant of the above claim.  And  further  lake  notice: tlint action,  under  section  37.   must  be   commenced   before    the  issuance ol such CVriiiic.V.e of'Ii.ip.oYeriieiits-  Dated this 12lh day of April. A.  V. IW).  41-50 - C. _!.. SIIAW.  #_������  v���-  MANUFACTURERS OF  lWSON   &   CRADDOCKJ;  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  I-PER Street, Two Doors  Below  Rendell Corner.  ?f*\rr*\rJ*\r*-\r**xr  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE yZ  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- %  PRESSORS . . . _ 3  BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, EtC,l^l^^^^^PMEKTS  Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills.  R. tt. E. mcnally. Ros-s.atif., B* C  STOCK CARRIED IN RQSSLAND.  ^uuiiuuiuiui.uuu.uiiuiui.uummu^^^^  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  "-Ui*I."'Y" 'nitiei-.-il claim, situate in the. Kettle "Kiver _>_ii;nt;_ division of Vale district.  Wh.;ru locn-c .1: In I'rovicleiice camp.  AKi; .COTlCr" tliat I. I��..ac II. Hallett.  free :.ii ner'-: certi licate Xo. ll.oiij. for myself, and as a;;ent. for J.-iiiies Moran, free.  mii-.ers���.'.; certi licate No. 1!2'.'7S1. intend, sixty  dav.s fi-i.ni th'.' dan: hereof, to apply to the.  miniuir re .order for a ceriificate of improvements for lhe purpose, of obtaininir a crown  trrant of the above claim.  And  further taki:  notice that action, under  section  37. must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this let   dav of April. l.Oi.  I. H. HAI.LET  T,  S ';"���'-.���:��*,.  7S��;  a*;  s.  THK GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  KERR-ZENT.  I Qf IFYNFir  i James Kerr J. P. one of the popular  pioneers of the district and Miss Carr. e  Zent were married at the residence of  Thomas McDonnell at ten o'clock on  Wednesday morning last by Rev. Mr.  Murray of Midway. The ceremony  was witnessed only by the immediate  friends of the bride and groom, the  happy couple leaving pn the morning  train for a honeymoon trip on the  coast. Mr. Kerr was one of the lirst  business men in the district and his  ho_>t of friends among the old timers . s  well as nuineroiis _ater arrivals who has  the pleasure of hia acquaintances extend their congratulation in which the  Times join.  OK  A WARM WELCOME.  3  3  !.  y  %  ������*  1  km mthu  w\) lUivi  Of t  %  .>  ' ga'fi*rjBo.1 a��"it>  -2 ?s fi  "���"S/0 /Hi -���-_ ���<���- s .-4 .1 ,<* .ve <-.  ���_!>'  GREENWOOD, B. C.  "Si- i"w '"���-j A/v-Am-'W 'W<VV<><~VV\... i-"t./^-\, '���'Vr i  WESTERN FEDERATJON.  .'"M-gate Qulr.lan  Returns  from Annual Con-  ve:i.i6h.  W. Oitinlau the  Greenwood   dele-  ~:o  ���jgate to the animal convention, of the  "'Western'Federation of Miners has re-  ���><-__-.. ted.    He reports the gathering   one  ��� -oi the most successful in the history of  * the.   organization.    The  following of-  .-Ccers    were    elected:   President   Ed.  . "_3'o.yce, Butte; vice-president Jas. Wilks,  . ".le'soii; sec treas \\r. D. Haywood,  oriuiiu. City Idaho: executive hoard Jas.,  ...��3...��.-__ker, .Slocan City; Chas. Moyer,  ���"Sf-cra: Peak Dakota; John kelly. Mullen  i-Tfiafi-o and Phillip Bodeu, Butte Mon-  ���;r_aj.<_.      .  ".C-.fa.t__-K.xt meeting of the federation  ���wil.* fee -in Denver next May. The  :" ;*i"_ez;iii-jK-_i.*ters are to be removed from  ':���. I-Sj-.tte-to..Denver. The convention de-  ������ ���-..cH&cQ.-ikat.it was expedient to take an  ��� v-E-Siw-einterest in politics. There were  '."���>50 iSelcg-ates present.  Wr. Ou-ii.laii seconded   the   iiomitia-  ~ioi_ of J��Jd Boyce for president iixia   xxx  < Jloti'g so read   the   following*   original  -grevn. -/daich was loudly cheered.  Oi-_ union bark o'et troubled seas,  H ,l ���_" for _u^ 1 y~ IfeTd" h^^^  -** 'Isciising the rocks and reefs ot greed  "i vf all the hidden shoals of force,  -iS_er ..rave sailors on her deck,  '.'-'���J. iiiCLug her barge tlie Lords of  Earth,  'tSttv> a^ert in that most perfect realm.  '���' Where each man grants his fellow man  '-'���".'-i-...reward and product of his labor,  .'.'-:. n e. ������-���* ery one does all he can  "..&. .fik-'.re lhe burden of his neighbor.  .."AUhc-i-gV. our Federation bark  '.'i-ias n-ot yet reaelied ihe Ideal coast,  :-.3cr .Captain, aided by his glass.  .-A y-j-yt of that fair land c;m boast.  Skagway heralded the arrival of the  Canadian Pacific Navigation Company's steamship Islander iu its port  on her first trip by the following glowing report, which appeared on the front  page of the "Daily Alaskan."  ''Sunday afternoon half of the population of Skagway accepted the cordial  invitation of Capt .iin. Foot to inspect  the steamship -.-.lander. Captain Foot  was personally in charge and he was  very solicitous to see that everybody  had a chance to see the fine ship and  partake of the good tilings. He was  most ably assisted by Ageut Dunn, Mr.  Pumphrey and every member of the  crew. Thej- were all just as poiiteand  attentive as though those aboard had  paid their hard cash to*'be taken care  of.  It would be difficult to give an accurate description of the vessel and her  appointments, without going into the  minutest details. The ship's exterior  is well remembered by many Skagway-  aus, but the interior has been so completely changed that it* was "absolutely  unrecognisable yesterday. The filings are most elaborate and the detc-  rations are all bf artistic merit and present a harmony of view which is indescribably grand.  The dining saloon is exceptionallv  large for a ship of the proportions of  the Islander. Its finish could scarcely  be iinerj it would seeni. The furnishings of the ladies' cabin, the lounging  room and other parts are of the finest.  One of the attractions which-is.always  looked for by the sea traveller is a  chance to promenade. The Islander's  cabin is so located that a splendid walk  can be had around it.  Ant it is in the staterooms where the  i  well being of the passenger has beeii  zealously guarded. Every arrangement and detail which could possibly  contribute to the comfort has been provided. From main truck to keilson,  from stem to stern the ship is kept  scrupulously clean. As many wended  their way up town after viewing the  vessel and enjoying the hospitality of  Captain Foot they were constrained to  say she was the finest vessel with  the most popular skipper on the run.  On the way up there were many musicians on board and the last night oat:  ITcoiice rt* wars'~"g- iv-euv-'at-'-Avhich--���1-.==R;-  Piuiiphrey presided.  For Rext���Unfurnished rooms, very-  cheap.    See Smith & McRae-  C. P. R TRACKMEN.  Ari out on a General Strike���a vie up Feared.  The C. P. R. trackmen from Halifax  to Vancouver are out on strike aud a  general tie up of the system is feared.  A Vancouver despatch says that no  provincial constables were sworn in to  protect Canadian Pacific   bridges   and  ���Tht .re-itury's lirst voyage is  planned, ; tlnM,eis .,_ consequence of   the   strike.  -"������(..���..yiv-t we seek is called Progression, i The Rowland Miner savs:'  ''""ve v.ai.t our vessel fully manned,  ' 'Tor. ear the coast line of Oppression.  ���Vi':���������.c'>._i,_). like every other hark  ���aThrtr. ch bosom of 1 lie ocean.  :'���'-����� i_r.oii-i.iter-. channels, rough and dark  '"i:j'ers-.'.j-esfs    and storms    and fierce*  _ ���c-i-nnotiou.  -���"'-"tr .rr-- be the bark that braves the  .it/arm  ''>>">L'15-r.es-vton's breath is fully raging,  -_?_��.c-c-ot'Ojistic waves roll high,  '.rZl.e Sl'mst storms o'er the seas are  s.-.ging.  ��� "12-T-icaitB.an   her well: she needs the  <���_-*:e^.ory fearless, active brother,  "-"El. guide her through   the   storms  .-.l-is;. wreck,  .:-?-*-_.ce'C'-tr best pilot at the rudder,  ':-ypJl c-.j good ship! good speed the way  I    The union secliomueu all over C.   P.  | R. system are ou strike.    Up to the pre-  | sent time the men on the Rosslaud scc-  1 tion of the Kootenay division   are   not  j al't'ected, but it is understood that if the  i executive of  the   Section-men's  Union  ��� desire i:heni to  fake   anv   action   they  i *    ��� '  \ will go   out    also,    William   Downie,  I superintendent of the   Kootenay   divi-  j sion, paid a Hying visit to the   city on  Sunday, arriving in a special at noon  I and departing-at 2 o'clock for the botui-  ; clary country. While here he had a  aid i consultation with Patrick Mclntyre.  ! section foreman, and the members of  ; the crew. The statement ts made that  ;. Mr. Mclntyre informed. Mr. Downie  j that he could .not see his way   clear   to  stay at work if his   fellow   sectiomnen  ~S''��-ar--,*cyag"e for good we all can  feel, '������ ou other parts of the road went out   on  '."/T.fe'.L-. Western Miners man the deck,     ������ strike and his co-operation was consid-  ��� ���--_5_i_��..Csptain Bovce is at the wheel. i ered necessary.    The story   goes   that  ~ -  i  ~        ' j| Nir, Downie then ashen   the   members  MAIL CHANGES. j 0�� the sect-on crew ���.h.lt they proposed  ���<-tr_ ;__n.d   after   Monday   June   10th | to do aud that the laconic response was,  ^ac-Bais'fi-ill arrive   and   be ' despatched i "We'll stick to   Paddy.''    Up   to   last  'irsr'-fflr. >*_-reenwood post office as follows: ; night nothing had transpired   in   this  3v��a&s-close going East 10:30 a. in.       jdistiict.  -*���       -'       "       "West 9:30 p. m.       !     Superintendent Downie of the   C.   &  ..^_��Ia*-ls arrive from East 10:45 p. tn.       j W. interviewed in   Kelson  stated that  -"       *" "    West 11:45 a. iu.       j the strike was noi- likely ' to effect the  Seg^fccred mail closes   fifteen   min- ��� Kootenay division.   He had   seen   all  caS_e�� earlier than ordinarv maiL ' the meu and thej' were satisfied.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE-  Notice is hereby given that thirty  days after date we intend to apply to  Board of License Comu.)i*\_jone>*sin the  city of Greenwood for a transfer to  W. H. Craig of the license now held by  us -for the Alberta Hotel, Situate lot 4  block 11.    City of Greenwood.  Ernst & Bailey.  June 13th, 1S01.  4  L-P. ARMSTRONG  PROPRIETOR,  "*xr'*\j-s\^j\As*.\.  aV  ���tf-V  0HR  STeCK  ��P^-^���wbb^^  .  Or  ���fi'.  ok WRiw  IMIl Ml  Duu o. ii mm  is a lafge and varied one, every line is complete in  itself, and strictly first/ciass, Mot a shoddy article in  any of the lines. They all concede that our stock of  Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices  y consistent with the quality of the goods, We would  } dislike very much to be considered the '"cheapest" place  t in town, there are so many VERY CHEAP OENS,  i but we do think that we come very near being the  .     best.    Tr}T us, and tell us what you think,  THE  COMPANY, LIMITED.  l,**xs-'��\j--l  H0TICE-  Nutice is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners for the city of Greenwood I wiil apply for au hotel license  for the B. C. Hotel situate ou lots 8 and  9 block 16, map 21 on Government  street in thc city of Greeuwood.  John Ki'Ough.  Dated June 14th, 1901.  Prescrix*>tiotis filled correctly���Anderson's pharmacy.  Poultry  and good steaks always on  hand at the Gem restaurant.  ��� ������I I * ���!���*! ������'������I  Boundary  Valley   Lodge  No. 38, {.O.O.F.  \ -viBs*- [m\    Eveniug- 'at   H.OO   iii  tlieir lotlg-e.room sit Mtisonic  hall;    A   cordial  invUittiou is extended to all -sojournitip- iiretli-  reit. " G. 15. Tayi.oh,.  NG  Fkki. B. Ho tan's. Rco. Sue,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "BIG     FOUR",    "PARAUON",     "I.UI.U"  . "GKASI)     CENTRA I.",    unci     "NAPA"  "Miiii;i-'il.C'.l-.iiiu-sit'.iati; in tlio Kettle River  __.lii-.iii._r Division of Y:il. Pistriet.  Where located :'   lit Kimberley Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Isaac U. Hallett. as  :t.:eiit for Joint Dunn, Free Miner's Certificate No. li .S'-lSJ, James. L. Steele. Free  ���filler's Cei'lific-ito _>?'o.. U3W42. Dennis Dillon,  'Free Miner's Certificate i>.o. i'.Si.O, and Joseph  P.-.Kelly, Free *M'uiei-'_. Certilicate No; 10SJ4,  inteiul sixty days from tlie date hereof, lo apply  to iim lsliiitufj l*_ecordei- for a Certificate of Improvements, for llie purpose of obtainiui_r a  Crown Cirant of the above claim.  And further take notice tual action under  section 37, must be'commenced.'before the issuance of such Certificate of Iniorovenieiits.  Dated this 12tU day of April, i'AU.  :    ni30 I. H. HALLETT. _  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.   !  Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.    ,    ."���"  HONAI/'UI/'D mineral  claim, situate   in   tlie  Kettle Ri-ve'r sil-.iinjr Division of Yale.  District.   Where located :     InCoppercamp.  TAKE'NOTICE   that  I.   C. -E.  Shaw as  ayent  for James   R.   McMackson,  Free  Miller's Certificate No. 1U3S0 and.AVilliam H.  McMackson. Free Miners Certiticate No. ��135'J3  intend', sixty days from date liereof. to ajjoly to  lhe Mi'niiijr'Recorder, for a Certificate of Ini..  provenients for   the  purpose   of  obtaiuiny   a  Crown Oiaiu of the above claim. :  . And  further take  notice  that action   under  Section 37  must'be commenced  Before the is  suance of such Certificate of'Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November. lSW.  192 '    ' C. JE. SHAW.  ��t.h.'���;��� ��s<-**����**i.'i-i^-u ���:���"���'*��***���''���:������;���*  ���'.*. 9  RENDELL & CO.-S:  |. Fifteen Dozen Men and Boys Shirts go on the Bargain Counter |*  I'To^day*- X   X   We find, this department oveystocked with...|  9  ' ������������.'        9  | sxien and boys top shirts^ so to interest cash buyers we have |  | put tlie knife in a nmrihcr of up/tQAiate lines, ^ Shirts all j  1 sizes, colors and styles in this sale- 3^XrXS  tso, is'&\ *s'-e\  | New English Cambric  | Shirts with fancy fronts  * and cuffs, sizes 15 to 17 j4  |    SALE PRICK...- -:-   | ���    Regular price SI, 25.  9  Men's  Oxford Shirts  cuffs and collrrs attached  in   check   and   stripes,  sizes 15 to 17^3.  SALE PRICii- - -  Regular price Si .00  Men's    Fine   Oxford  Shirts in pink and  blue  plaid, sizes 15 to 17 ]/i.  SALE PRICE : -   Regular price 2.50.  Men's  English   Cambric shirts with   plaid  fronts and cuffs.     Sizes  15 to 17^.  SALE PRICE ���..   Regular Price 1.35.  9  9  -ti  Men's ITailcy Flannel  Shirts with  collar    attached, sizes 15 to 18.  SALE PRICE ,   Regular price 1.00.'  SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW  ILL BE CON-  CHEAP.  *  9  9  9  9  9  ���9  9  9  i   I  5**#X'#*-��*#*#***>#*#*^  Nffifrnp-!


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