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The Greenwood Weekly Times 1901-08-30

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 .���"'"','*:-  if       :d  ..$?  Published Weekly in the Interests 7of the Boundary Creek Miaing District  Vol.. VIII.  GRjE&NWOOB. B. C FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1901.  .No.' 46  ���QF THE CASCADE WATER POWER  AND   LIGHT  COMPANY  HOW  BEING   INSTALLED  ���Oa the Main Kettle River Near .Cascade City���A Brief Description of  the  Work  and  Machinery.  As the Cascade Power and Light  ���company, limited,"'will doubtless sup-  :-r>Iy power anci light to different cities  ���and mines in the Boundary, a descrp-  *"tk��-i of the plant should prove interesting- '.'-.'  The plant is situated on the main  Kettle river at Cascade City. The  river at this point rushes through a  rocky gorge in Ja series of rapids and  :��alls, for a distance of about half -a  mile, and has a natural fall in that  ���distance of 121 feet.  For the development of the. power a  dam has been constructed at the head  ���of the gorge which raises the water to  ^.height of 36 feet above the natural  Jevel, thus giving ayworking head of  .156 feet at low water. The dam is  -coistructed of timber cribwork filled  ��� twith rock, and is 40 feet thick at the  ���Tbase and slopes back to a width of 24  'feet at the top. The total length of the  ������dam is 400 feet, the total height from  the base to the top is 50 feet in the  ���deepest part of the -channel, tapering  -iiifi-to a height of 25 feet at the sides.  About 10,000 cttbicyards: of rock were  -required to fill the cribwork.  The site is a solid rock bed throughout, and the foundation timbers are  .firmly, bolted';, to ."the rock. The permanent water level will be 10 feet  vbelow the top ,of the dam, and provision  lias been maSe to control the water  level during periods of high water by a  .ser-esof sluice ways, twelve in number,  -which can be opened up to a depth of  12 feet below the normal level. This  -will give an area of about 2,000 square  ���feet of waterway through which to  i^ass the flood water. The sluice ways  .are closed by means of stop logs, 12  inches square, dropped one on top of  ���the other in a groove provided for their  reception.  A steel rail track will be placed on  ���Sop of the dam on which a travelling  ^���w-iaeli can-be run over-thc sluice^ways.  ���for the purpose of drawing up the stopf  i3ogs as the water rises during flood*.  This winch will be operated hj h-tnd or  ���electrical motor.  The site of the present dam was  vchoseo with a view that at some future  .'���tame a concrete masonry dam, which  can be built -vithout any stoppage of  the plant whatever, can be constructed  below the present structure.  During the high water in June a  large boom of logs, held by a sawmill  company a few hundred yards above  the dam, gave way and about one- mil-  feet of lugs were thrown against the  dam in a solid mass, and this at a time  when the water was at extreme flood,  without inflicting the slightest damage  bn the structure. This unexpected test  of the dam fully demonstrated its  stability.  The water will be conveyed from the  dam to the power house, first by an  open rock cut 225 feet long, already  made. From this point a tunnel, 12x14  feet, has been driven for a distance of  410 feet through solid rock; theuce here  is another open channel for a distance  of 500 feet. At this point a concrete  bulkhead will be placed and the water  conveyed in a circular flume of 12 feet  feet diameter "to the power house.  About 35,000. yards of rock have been  excavated in making the open-cuts  alone. The areas of the open-cuto and  tunnel ?.re so large that no appreciable  loss of head will occur, and the water  will enter the flume with a head equal  to the level of the water, in the dam.  The power house will be placed on a  natural bay at the* foot of the falls,  where an extensive site has been excavated out of solid rock. About 7,000  yards of rock have been removed fo  this purpose.  The turbines will be of the horizontal type, two wheels in each case, and  the generators of the three phase alternating type, and step-up Uansformers  will be used to raise the current for  transmission. The electrical machinery  is'to. be of the latest and most up-to-  date construction of the Westinghouse  company, and the power house a substantial fireproof structure of brick and  stone, of dimensions, according to the  engineer's plans, 200 feet long by 45  feet 'wide.' The "main- - distributing  station will also be a fireproof structure  of brick and stone.  A right-of-way has been cleared  from Cascade-to Phoenix, in Greenwood  camp, a distance of 21 miles. The  clearing is 132 feet wide and all brush  and timber have been removed. Two  separate duplicate lines are to be constructed, of the most substantial and  modern description, and every possible  means will be used to insure a continuous current being maintained. - The  heaviese wire will be tisfed to secure  this end. Poles are now being distributed along the right-of-way between  Phoenix and Cascade, and all.the outside works, buildings, etc, are\being  .completedjeoreariy^in^llalioji of^the  machinery  at   the  power    house    at  Cascade.  The Columbia & Western Railway  company are putting in at Cascade a  side track for the unloading' of the  machinery and other .material,  of which probably more than  fifty car loads will arrive before the  end of this year.  -AND-  DECORATIONS  ���  Rooms at the Clarendon 50. cents per  night.     _  GEOLOGICAL   SURVEY.  IMPORTANT     STRIKES i ON    THE  300-FOOT   LEVEL-  PROSPECTS OF THE MINE  Are Greatly Improved���Considerable  Work  Done���Description  of  the Property.  1smi0njack  Canadian ensign  * irish standard    ,  m.S* STARS and STRIPES  ETC. ETC.  ALL SIZES.  - _  -"aThese flags are in particularly showy  colors.'   We also have a choice line of  ���tissue paper garlands���just right for  ��� (decorations.  You can saye money by buying your  Sags and decorations from  BOOKS, STATIONERY,  ������ VTAIA PAPER. Phone V. & N. 34.  R. W. Brock, of the Dominion.Geological Survey, was a recent visitor to  Greenwood. A press despatch states  that he has come for the purpose of  making a geological and topographical  survey of the Boundary district. Last  season he covered the region bounded  on the south by the international boundary, on the east by the Columbia  river, on the north by Fire Valley and  and on the west by the North Pork of  Kettle river. The results will be published in a series of colored maps  showing . the configuration of the  country, the water courses, streams,  trails, and mineral belts, etc. The  maps giving the results of last season's operations are not yet available,  a delay in publication having occurred owing to the death of the late  Dr.  Dawson, director of the survey  "With the boundary line as a base.the  area to be surveyed this season will embrace the territory lying between the  North Fork of Kettle river on the east  and the Okanagan. on. the west, and  northward 100 miles. There will be  good deal of triangulation yrork and the  height of all the principal peaks and  ranges will be determined;  For Rent���A new store building on  Copper street.   Apply at Times office.  About the end of July Simon Jacobs,  foreman in charge of the Winnipeg  mine, in "Wellington camp, Boundary  district, advised the managing director  that he was then drilling in ore in the  cross-cut from the 300-foot level of the  mine. Later developments were so  satisfactory that he was able to report  that this cross-cut had proved the existence of a vein 8 feet wide and  running about parallel with the main  level about 110 feet to .the southward.  This encouraging discovery was, before the middle of August, supplemented by a still more important development, in the shape of a vein since  proved to be 25 feet in right-angle  width, carrying ore of good,general  value, so far as tested, and occuring in  such close proximity to the main shaft  as to make, its extraction both comparatively easy and not costly.  The finding of these two ore bodies  at the 300-^foot level has considerably  improved the prospects of the mine.  The plan of work adopted by the management last December'- and since  persistently followed out, anticipated  the eventfual cutting of the vein met  with in the south cross-cut," but the  more important discovery above-mentioned is the outcome of zeal on the  part of the foreman - whose observant  habit led him to.notice indications bf  the presence of ore near the shaft, and  which upon being followed up disclosed  the existence there of a' vein of considerable size and excellent promise.  For the information of those not  familiar with the main underground  workings in the Winnipeg mine it may  be stated that a shaft was first sunk  vertically for 100 feet and then, for  200 feet on an incline in a dyke. This  dyke is now known as the east dyke,  in distinction from another to the  westward, known as the west dyke.  The east dykeis about 60-feet in-widtlv  The 300-foot level is a long tunnel,  driven both east aud west of this dyke.  Between these two dykes much prospecting work has been done at various  depths down to 400 feet. A crosscut  north, in the neighborhood of the west  dyke, at the 300 level, cut three veins  of ore, the most northerly being about  50 feet in width but unfortunately  carrying values when opened insufficir  ent to pay cost of mining, freight and  treatment. A winze sunk on the second  vein gave encouraging results. From  the bottom of this winze a drift was  run east for 65 feet and then a crosscut  was driven south about 70 feet, passing  through an 18 "inch vein and further on  meeting with ran increasing quantity  of mineral in the country rock. Water  coming in at this 400 level and a similar experience being met with at both  newly-opened veins on the 300 level,  work on the 400 level was suspended  for the time being,' but it is intended to  resume development at this depth as  soon as practicable. Meanwhile the  more important discoveries at the 300  level are being exploited and ore from  both veins is being sent to the smelter  so as to get returns from bulk shipments and thus ascertain what may be  expected in the direction of making the  output pay working expenses.  The vein cut by the jpouth crosscut  has since been drifted ori both east and  west. Westward, or towards the dyke,  it is badly split up. The dyke has been  reached by this drift atjid now the  working is being continued across the  dyke with the object of Ascertaining  whether or not the vein contin ties west  of the dyke. It is quite probable it  will be picked up again, as a vein corresponding to it has been opened} Hear  the surface between the dykes. Eifet-  ward the drift is in more solid grourjd  and the vein is generally more satii  factory, 'j.he further extension of the  eastern drift will probably result in the  vein being found workable at a profit.  Values are almost altogether in gold  and a dozen recent assays yfave returns  ranging from CO cents up to $37.60, the  average of these twelve assays having  been 83.23.  The large ore body recently opened  up comes into the shaft from a northwesterly direction and lies west of the  east dyke, and is about 110 feet north  of the other vein just now referred to.  It is now a matter of surprise that its  existence was not discovered when,  under a former management, the station was cut at the 300 level, for a little  ore must have been showing where-the  timbers were put in. As stated above,  its width has been proved to be 25 feet,  both walls having been met with. Here  too, values are almost altogether in  gold, the silver and copper contents of  the ore not being sufficiently, large to  take into consideration. Of course the  ore varies in value across the ledge,,  there being two or three paystreaks  much above the average of the whole  width. Seventeen assays, some from  bucket samples and others from drillings, ranged from $1.60 to $92.40, and  the average of these was $12.12. A  bucket sample of 20 tons returned  S10.80,but a most remarkable return  was one from the drillings from eight  8-foot drill holes. Referring to this the  managing director, lu a circular to  shareholders, remarks: "One sample  quartered down from the total dust of  one round of machine drill holes eight  feet deep in a drif t'S feet wide gave the  extraordinary value in gold of, $92.43  per tpiil Considering the large block  of ground represented this is the best  assay ever obtained from the Winnipeg  mine.". Forty'tons of ore from this  vein, which is known as the "station  ledge," lately sent to the Granby smelter gave a return of $9.20 per ton. Two  more cars were being loaded early in  the .current week, and a carload is  shortly to be shipped from the 8-foot  vein cut in the south crosscut at the  same level. These shipments should  further demonstrate what are- the  values of the ore in these new workings.  At no time in the history of the Winnipeg mine, since the present management took hold and entered upon the  difficult task of endeavoring to retrieve  the clouded fortunes of this once  popular compa-ay, has the outlook been  so promising for success as at present.  And this is the result of the adoption  of a carefully considered plan of devel-  opment_and a'_ persistence, in carrying  it out'. It apeaks well for the enterprise  and pluck of the general body of shareholders that, notwithstanding earlier  Hiscpu^geWentsytheyhave persevered  in their" efforts to give the mine a fair  trial. And though it cannot be yet  said to be an assured fact that the mine  will pay its way, it certainly was never  before'so favorably circumstanced in  the direction of having ore bodies  available that gave such reasonable  promise bf continuously bringing in  returns above the cost of extraction  and treatment. The results of the work  of the next month or two in this mine  will be aawited with especial -interest,  for if they realize present prospects  they will not only encourage Winnipeg  shareholders to push on until they  achieve the success that appears to now  be within their reach but they will as  well be an incentive to shareholders in  the company owning the adjoining  Golden Crown mine to adopt a similar  practical and persistent course, so that  their property may likewise redeem the  past and remove the reproach that  mismanagement and misrepresentation  have attached" to it;      /  ARRANGEMENTS ARE COMPLETED  FOR THE BIG CELEBRATION.  IS A GOOD  PROGRAMME  Of  Sports���Horse Races will be  the Track���Numerous Entries  for the Drilling Contest.  at  There is now nothing left to do but  to welcome the big number of visitors  and furnish themjwith a day's sport. -  The celebration committee have perfected all their arrangements for the  big Labor Day celebration. From all  reports ,and the communications received by the secretary, there are going  to be numerous entries forthe different  events.   This is particularly   true of  dr-*..i-._T   Q"-*'Vi3a..i-��_t>*.    +ll_.     r��nr.+_.o*._.     ��I1*A.  dividedjfor^heavy and middle weight..  and this gives the lighter men an opportunity which they'appreciate. Then .  the drillers will be asked to drill a down  and au up hole which gives-them a. ,  chance to display, greater skill.  Several of the Grand Forks fliers are _  coming oyer for the horse races.   The  race track is being repaired and will be  ih good condition on Labor Day.     '  Nelson and Grand Forks fire teams'  are coming and possibly Rossland.  Private enterprise is  assisting the '  committee in providing entertainment*.  The Auditorium- has been secured fo �����  Monday and Tuesday by private parties.,  who are giving handsome prizes for*  Cornish wrestling.   As there are many  doughty "Cousin Jacks" in the district  a  splendid   wrestling   tournament is  looked for.   Tuesday night there will  be a 20-round sparring contest.  Monday night the Miners' Union,  give a ball in the Auditorium. Good  music has been secured and refreshments will be served by the ladies of  R. C. church.  The parade is expected to be an'  elaborate affair. Many of the business  men, the different labor organizations,  the firemen and others are busy preparing floats.  Business houses are urged to decorate their premises so that.the city will.,  have a greater holiday appearance,  Dont forget to go to the South End*  Grocery for fresh  eggs,   good   spuds,  good mocha and Java coffee,  good tea.  and fresh groceries.  ST. JOHNS CHURCH, PHOENIX.  THE   CITY   COUNCIL.  Tbe Bank of Montreal Secures the City's  Account.  Mayor Jakes presided at the regular  meeting of the city council on Monday  evening last. Aldermen Caulfield, Sullivan, Naden, Kirkwood and Ross were  present.  The council by resolution decided to  transfer the city account to the Bank  of Montreal.  An offer having been received from  the Electric Light company ^to substitute five 32-candle power incandescent lights for each of the present arc  lights, the council decided to make the  substitution for alb the arcs except  those on Copper street in order to  secure a greater distribution of light.  Rev. E. P. Flewelling has intimated. >  to the Bishop, who offered him this,  work, his readiness to take charge of  St. John's Church of England, at  Phoenix. Mr. Flewelling is well known,  in the province and the church people  of Phoenix are to be congratulated upon so eminently suitable a clergyman  and one well accustomed to provincial  life in British Columbia having been  secured for work in their important  though young local church organization. Mr. Flewelling was some years  ago rector of St. Paul'- church, in the  west end of Vancouver city. Thence  he went to Kamloops, where since  eatly in the 90's he has zealously and  acceptably labored for the church. A.  few months since his wife died, and  other family events contributing to the  breaking up of his home, he resigned  the rectorship of the church at Kamloops, and afterwards sought change  of scene and surroundings at Nelson,  where for a time he acted as locuin  tenens during the absence of Rev. H.  S. Akehurst, who has now resumed his.  clerical duties in the see town of the  .lioceseof Kootenay. Mr. Flewelling-  has gone to the coast for a week or so  and will come to the Boundary in  September���probably about the llth.  It has been announced that the  building committee of St. Jobn_s  church have let a contract for the  erection iu Phoenix of a church building, Thos. Corner being the successf nL  tenderer at the sum of $1,360.  Go   to  Anderson's   pharmacy    for  drugs, toilet, articles, sponges,  soapsj,,;,  perfumes, etc., Greenwood. Pag2 2 .  THE .GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  GRANBY   SMELTER.  Ccneral Meeting in Montreal and Election of  Officers.  Montreal, Aug. 26.���The first general  -meeting of thc Granby Consolidated  Mining, Smelting & Power company,  look place today at the head office of  lhe company, Canada Life Building.  Mr. Miner occupied thc chair. The  ���company's by-lawr. were adopted, and  ihe annual meeting was lix-:d for  Octoitv-C 2, 1002. Tlic _uU..wi:ig��'.ih\.c  ior-. and officers of tha com pany were  v-kwted: S. II. C. Jiliner, president; J.  P. Graves, vice-president and general  ���s.anagef; J. II. McK-.chi.ie, Favette  Brown, A. C. Flumerfelt, (assistant  g-en.cral manager), W.Ii.Robiiision, A.  $... White, (secretary), A. H. Galer,  ���issRista'nt to the manager), R. R. Mac-  alliey, (assistant .secretary), G. W.  TVooster, (treasurer), "SV. A. Mrtttley  ui<__ Gardner Stevens, (auditor.;).  TENNIS-  Least Saturday afternoon four star  "isnni.s players from Phoenix met alike  -.amber of mciubers. of the Greenwood  - 3enT-_s club on-the-grotinds of the latter,  .-und,. as had been anticipated, came off  'itecidcdly  on thc winning  side.   The  ..irisilors* were Dr. Boucher and Messrs.  P. C.Q McArthur, Alan Simpson and  "!.). B. Smith, and the home players  ������-.-ere*. C. \V. Chesterton. E. A. Duff, J.  3\ Myers-Gray and A. W.  Strickland.  "The resedtsi of thc several games play-  ad were as under:  S_XGT.ES,  Boucher beat Chesterton, 6-4, 6-3.  Smith beat Duff, 6-3, 6-2. McArthur  Iteat Strickland, 6-3, 7-5 Gray vs.  Sampson was commenced, but not  *_o��-pleted, Simpson having had to  D?a7e for Phoenix. When play was  -������topped the score stood at 4-love, in  iavor of Gray.  DOUBLES.  Boucher and Smith beat Strickland  and Chesterton, 7-5, 6-3. Gray and Duff  (beat McArthur and Simpson, 6-2, 6-3.  Afternoon tea was kindly served at  "ihe.courts by lady members of the local  elub. Later the visitors were euter-  Uah.ed at dinner at the "Saints' Res."  "wh-ire, too, an impromptu smoking  -toncert was held after dinner.  Jas. Stables, M. P. P. for Cassiar; who  lately returned to British Columbia  irom a visit to Scotland speaking to a  representative of the Vancouver News-  Advertiser about Canada's display a1-  the Glasgow Exhibition, expressed th.  opinion "that it is second to non.."  "British Columbia, he said, has a very  "fine* exhibit of minerals, and much  credit is due. to Mr. A. K. Stuart, of  (5-j-eenwood, who is in charge of this  province's , depertmc-nt ,ofy Canada's  exhibit.   ,  MessJBw. F. H. Taylor aud E. Pitt, of  ���aj&sfcifffof* the Bank of Montreal, were  in Greenwood at the beginning of the  ireek. They were on a trip of inspection and come to Greenwood from  = "Vernon._Qn Tuesday they left for  jRossland.' *-"       --���~---  J. H. Frevorrow, superintendent of  Jfte Snowshoe mine( Greenwood camp,  3_as entrusted to the care of the Sisters,  al their hospital Greenwood, his six  Tear old boy, who .is suffering from a  auild attack of typhoid fever.  THEIR SERET IS OUT.  All Sadieville, Ky., was curious to  ilt-arn the cause of the vast improvement in the health of Mrs. S. P. Whit-  ���Jaker, who had for a long time, ensured untold suffering, from a chronic  "bronchial trouble. "It's all due to Dr.  Hinp-'s New Diseovery," writes her  S-ttsband. "It completely cured her  3md also cured our little grand-daughter of a severe attack of Whooping  Cough." It'positively cures Coughs,  Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis, all  Throa} and Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles SOc and SI .00. Trial bottles  free at J. L,. White's."Miller Bros., and  "W* E. Anderson's; drug stores.  WHAT A TALE IT TELLS-  If that mirror of yours shows a  wretched, sallow complexion, a'jaun-  diced look, moth patches and blotches  on the skin, its liver trouble; but Dr.  King's New Life Pills regulate the  liver, purify the blood, give clear skin,  rosy cheeks, rich complexion. Only  25c at J. L. White's, Miller Bros, and  VJ. E. Anderson's drug stores.  For lesso-.is Oil violin, piano, nicuulo-  iu etc, see Prof. Kauffman.. Green  wood Music Store.  To i.V.'i���A furnished  three roomed  cottage .    Apply Times ofliee.  You can get thc very best apple  cider by the gallon at the B. C. Wholesale Liquor Co.  For Rent���Corner store with three  ooms, papered, rent about S20. Apply The Times ofliee. tf  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both smelters. Do not miss seeing  them.   Smith & McRae.  Halcyon is the best miueral water on  the market. ~B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents.  Foot Ball latdi  Tug oi War  Two Double Hand Drilling Contests for the biggest prize ever  offered in the Boundary country;  Tennis Tournament.  Caledonian Games.  Parade ��� of Labor and Secret  Organizations.  gromromww^  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  TRY OUR  CGF-I. JES.  Warner & Pittock,    :    'Prop's,  um bottlihg -10BKS...  GREENWOO& and- GRAM> FOBKS.  Manufacturers of  ~* S*"-**"**-  il_y Kinds ot Carbonated Bcwagfe  Sole Agents for THE LION BREWING CO., Rossland. B. C. ��� " ���'  The Largest Brewery in British Columbia,  JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.  ����.  REPRESENTING :  PHOENIX 'FIRE.   ASSURANCE CO.,  ��� OF "CONDOI*., ENGLAND.  WESTERN ASSURANCE  CO.,  of Toronto.  BRITISH AMERICA'ASSURANCE CO.,  OF TORONTO'  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ^^^~t~L^-^y^^^.^___^^_ ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, EX GLAND.  BIRKBECK Il^ESTMENT^^LOAN^CO���-  u ' ' v - /OF TORONTO.  We carry a full line of railroad and mining- shovels, both in long  *-*��> and short liandles.   Also bar irou, steel, wir.e cable, iron a:.d  *���� -wood blocks, picks, sledges and everything in the shape of.  J SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Mail Orders receive prompt attention  *"  ,   McFeely   &  Company f  ' "WHOLESALE   anp   RETAIL ^  152 Cordova Street, VANCOUVER. B. C.     X  %> 4 4* -* ��$�� *%* fyfy <& ������# *fr 4 4 4���*.^4f��*f��."fi'4@-.  ."L  ������-��.��������#f��|.��.@.��.��.��.��.f  GEO. R NADEN,  Manager  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  LKH0RN BREWERY  PORTMAN BROS, & CO.,  ASK FOR  IffiM-QUMTERS  for the new authorized  | SCHOOL BOOKS  ;; * AL,SO  i      ��� * - t  Scribblers, Exet-cise Books,  Slates, Pencil Boxes,  Caryons, Lead Pencils, etc,  v. s  �� Books,   Stationery,   Wall  Paper,   Etc  Proprietors,  Is the Geographical Centre o!  .the Rich West l?orh Country.  LOTS ARE 101 01THE lAMET  ^-���^ Brices J^Sfowtly Be^Adyancel  The Title is ^t^r^r^^  PRICE OF LOTS  ,   Gornei. Lots   .-  ' **   +   $100 to $175  Inside Lots    t    #*.'#��. $75 to $125  i ���      ���  Terma: ^ cash, y$ xtx foitr niontb.     ' /.%, in nine months-  Gawkcb &, Wickwire,  1 ��� * .  Townsite  Agents ior  the   owners,   Greenwood   and   Rendell  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  Iti It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hatel  W. -..-Contracts have been let foir a new hotel, general store, assay office.  ��� ._    and other buildings. Fisher's new saw mill at Rendell is running full blast.  ���^9 * %_  MINEB-AL   ACT.  To J. C. Haaa and others interested in. the  Admiral Dewey mineral claim, situated in  Summit camp, Grand Forks minln.. division  of Tale district:  TAKE XOTICE that I have .caused to be  done on the Admiral Dewey mineral claim,  situate in Summit camp, in thc Grand Forks  mining division of Yale district, British Columbia, the work required by Section 24 of the  Mineral Act, for the year which has expired,  and have expended for such wort and for recording the certificate thereof the sum of one  hundred and three dollars and fifty cents  (*103.50); and that if. at the expiration of  ninety days from the date of the first publication of this notice you fail to contribute your  proportion of . such expenditure, namely,  ?25.87H each, together with all costs of advertising, vour interest in said mineral claim  shall be'liable to forfeiture, as prov.ided by the  '��� -.fineral Act Amendment Act 1900."  Dated this 12th day of June, 1901.  J. Xx~. Powr.LL,  2^nwiffiWffim^^  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTUREUS OF  -���*  ersof_=$��rgear_t  *���  9  ������  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE ^  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR C0M> 3.  PRESSORS .;. . . 3  fTS  >, BOILERS, HOISTS, PIMPS, Etc. ?0SSS^?EKi^5g.paKK' -^  ^     Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills.    ' stock carried IK rqsslakd. -7?  S6���" ��� K. M. ������ mcllailv* Rossland* B. C 3 3SS*_  yv  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page 3.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  '���'.HALLETT & SHAW,  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public/  Cable Address :   " bali-Ett."  ...SUMMER READING...  fonP,  V Bedford M'Netlt's   Greenwood,  codes ���< Morelnfr4 Ncal's  { Leiber's.  I. H.  HALLETT.  B. C.  H. C. SHAW.  PRINGLE t& WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over Haul, of Montreal, Greenwood,  R/ICLEOD 4 BROWN  ���Barristers' and Sotici^ORS,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Nadon-Flood block, Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J.-..McLeod.  6"'WW'��W��'WW\����. *\*j-f\Ai-'\*r'\t*f'\*r*\rfJ>  FORBES M. KERBY, C.E'  Provinciai, Land Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood, B. C,  also J, A.��� UnswortU's Store, Midway, B. C.  jr.W. GROVES,  Civil and Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  ���-...'. Underground Surveys,  OHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and J Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD.'1 ;"��� .".:     :     .���   B.  O.  . Bj- all the popular'authors inicltiding  Amelia E. Barrr,  Rosa N. Carey,  Beatrice Harredcn,  .. Florence "Warden,  Iiail Caiiie, >  Charles Russell,"  Walter Besant,  Made Corclli,  Anthony Hape,  R. I. Stevenson,  W. Heinbury,  E. Marlttt  and 200 others.  BAUER �� ASHOROFT.  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mlnine and Clvlf Enetneertug.  Mineral Claims Surveyed arid Crown Granted  Land and En_rinecrinjj Surveys  XV. A. BAUER! C.E., P.L.S.- A. E. ASHCROFT C.E :P.LS  VANCOUVER 3REENW00D  Wood   Block,   next  door   to    Custom | office.  GREENWOOD. B.C  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  I BAR GOODS'  The  largest   hotels  and finest  <)   residences iti B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  BOLSTER,  WASH.  ���$"$"$-  The Only First-Class Hotel in the  Myers Creek District.  4? 4*-���*$**  o  COOK & YOUNG, Proprietors  CAMP  MCKINNEY  .    ...HOTEL...  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  Best   Brands  "Wines,   Liquors   and  Cig-ars.   Good Stabling.  | GAMP McKINNEY, B. G,  Rooms at the Clarendon 50 cents. per  aiight. tf  "Flints Emulsion of  Cod Liver Oil  ���the best���Andersons the Druggist.  25 cents for first fcook  .and. 10 cents exchan_re-  *��*'|.MS**'!'*l''!'*#-3S*7lf-!'*S��'*ii-*-*?',H*|fl!6  .*. 9  1 XF.S. MITCHELLS I  *  a.  9  9  ���a  9  9  *&  9  9  .��  9  9-  *.  tt  tt  ��  *  tt  tt  tt  9  tt  tt  tt  tt  ft  a.  9  tt  *  9  9  tt  ��  tt  ��  9  9  *  tt  tt.  9  ��  9  tt  is  [���  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  when you can-secure  _S.ew  Goods of   the  most fashionable  pattern which have  just arrived.-   "-"���Si?  ��  tt  9  Vi  tt  9  tt  ��  tt  ��������.  *  '*  tt  tt  �����  ���'*  ��  9  9  9:  9  *  9  tt  tt  *  9  ,-9  tt  .tt  ��  tt  9  9  tt  ������*��  .-��  9  tt  tt  tt  f     The Biggest and best |  * assortment of Fall Suit/ %  *_������.-.��� 9  | ings ever brought into *  �����/"-'      ^s-   9  ��*       �����<_/.  9  9 *   9  9 the Boundary.  *  9  *  9  tt  9  tt  tt  9  -tt-  ��  THE TAILOR  Copper St.  9  tt  Greenwood. *  ��� ���  m***        -m-'*\>        -m-Xs  CHOICE CIGARS   AND  TOBACCOS X X X +g  FINE  ��*/-        *��--*        -<f^*  m*'<L..   '     ��-'t/ m*$*  News Papers, Periodicals,  Circulating Library, Fancy  Goods, Candies, Etc,. Etc. ��  >&/* '"������#/'" >*9S*  *%*      ���tf't'       -^V  COPPER STREET  ftjaewawai^^  TRACKIEFS STRIKE  ,    SETTLED.  News came from Montreal today to the effect that the com- \  mittee.representing the C, P. R. \  trackmen had reached an agree- ?  ment with the general manager \  and that at nine o'clock this  morning the strike was declared  off.  "WE CARRY A FUL,Iy LINE G_T  PHOTOCRJ-P^IC CCO-DS  FILMS, MOUNTS, PLATES, RODARS,'!  CAMERAS, ETC., ETC.        J  Send in your mail orders,  they  will  be  promptly  attended  to     \M,  ��� ��� i  _STew Goods at Allumchcr & "Wilson's.  Mail orders promptly filled���Anderson's drug store.  Word comes from the W'ei_t ._"oi'k that  forest fires have destroyed the buildings on the Washington and Idaho  claims.  If you want the best candies in the  city go to Munroe's.  Goverment ageut W. G-. McMynn has  been for trip up the North Fork of  Kettie rive., to look into road and other  matters connected w-ith -his office. He  left last Saturday and returned to'town  on Tuesday.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for  pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr.   Mathi-  ���   *   ��� ���  ���  son's.  Anthony J. McMillan is again over  from Rossland visiting the Snowshoe  mine.  For. Rent���Four room house furnished, t>.ll conveniences.. $12. Apply at  Times office.  D. C. Corbin visited the King Solomon mine this week. Shipments to the  Greenwood smelter will begin next  week.iMr. Corbin returned to Spokane  to-day.  We receive consignments weekly of  the famous Okanagan fruit.   Prices to  Suit those .who want to put up fruit.  C  V. Semerad.  The e.e.tcrs of Grand Forks and  Columbia on Wednesday last decided  upon almagamation under the name of  Miner. Both towns will keep their old  names until the amalagamatiori is  legalized by parliament.  Grapes, nectarines, water . melons,  canteloupes; fresh fruit of all kinds at  Semerad's.  The furnace at the Greenwood  smelter will be blown in again tomorrow. It is intended to shortly add  considerably to the ore storage ac  commod.ation at the works by erecting  more ore bins.  Take your prescriptions to the  Windsor Drug Store, W. F". Anderson,  Greenwood.  I. C. Douglas and R. D. McKenzie  have taken over the B. C. Hotel on  Government street. The. hotel is one  of the most comfortable and best  *f urn ished*iir thecityandu uder its new  management should do a large business. Both proprietors are well known  in the city,  "Bromogrip cures colds���25 cents ���  Anderson's Pharmacy.  R. Li. Cawston this,week brought in  from the Okanagan a band of cattle  for P. Burns & Co. He will likely remain to attend the Pioneers' Association gathering, to be held next Monday.  If you want nice soft drinks call at  South End grocery.  . School Inspector D. Wilson arrived  from Nelson on Wednesday night and  this morning was a passenger by the  the stage to Beaverdell, West Fork.  Upon his return he ��� will j_visit the  several public schools in the district.  Ice cream and fresh candies at the  Greenwood Candy Factory, C. "V.  Semerad, proprietor.  The Montreal and Boston Copper  company yesterday placed an order  With Lequine & Powers, of Midway,  for about 50,000 feet of lumber and a  lot of mouldings and turned stuff, for  use in the new boarding house that is  to be erected forthwith at the Sunset  niine. -  . ���*-,;;-.,  The arc lamps recentij^put up at the  Mother Eode mine afe'iriT-Vile and the  surface works of the niiueja*g-now well  lighted. The undergroui-fc-^&prkings,  too, are now much better 'lighted than  before, the. number of incandescent  lights have been largely increased..  The smaller dynamo \will be run during  the daytime, to keep -"the lights going  below ground; but itt night, when  lights are required in the mine buildings and around the L. works above  ground, the newly-iustalled "2o0-light  machine will be utilized ^or generating  purposes. *.  GREEPxIWOOD  'Jk  Sole Agents For The B. C, Assay.fi  Chemical Supply Co., Vancouver; B, C  / i> /  DIRECT IMPORTERS OF  ��� * *  ASSAYERS AND MILL SUPPLIES  WE HAVE A COMPLETE.  STOCK OF ALL APPARATUS REQUIRED IN YOUR ASSAY.OFFICE-.  SOLE AGENTS FOR "BATTERSEA"  CRUCIBLES etc, AND BRAUNS PAT  111 IB If II. Ill  EN1  G..*SOLINE.:CG,WBI-. AT 3N 'A SSA7 " FI-RIIACES.  Homer Wells, after more than two  years in the employ of the B. C. Copper company at its Mother Lode mine,  latterly as one of hoist engineers, left  last Monday for Spokane. He will secure employment at one of the Coeur d'  Alens miues.  Geo. D. Brice will next week be back  in his old position of master mechanic  at the Mother Lode mine. Jno. A Crawford who filled Mr. Brice's place whilst  the latter was away on a- vacation will  have charge of the mine machine shop  as soon as the tools and other plant  ordered several weeks ago", come to  hand. '  ;  Latest   patterns   in  Allmacher & Wilson's.  all   shades   at  Excursion,  To Buffalo  via all Lake Route.  soo um  (via St. Paul or .Chicago)  AUG. 6. 20.     SEP.  3, 17  OCT. .1. 15.  MINEEAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE. ���  SAN JUAN.-FRACTIONAI- Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle River Mining Division off  . Yale District.   Where  located ��� Provideucb  Camp. -  Tako Notice that I, John William Nelson^  Free Miner's Certificate Nq, B 40.*i3'_, inteni  sixty days -from the date hcrcol to-apply to _'")��  Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of I-iiprovo-  montsfor the purpose of obtaining ti Cro-va  Grant of the above claim  And further lake notice that action, utidcc  Section 37,  must  be  commenced  before  U��  issuance of such Certificate of Improvcmestt..  Dated this sixth day uf June, A. 11., 1903.  23 J. \V. Njeujos.  MINERAL ACT 1896. ,  Certificate of Improvement?.  -'   NOTICE.  IDOLA." "Y;-_.I<0'.VSTOXl_y  **DO*N PEDRO,"    "CKIiSCKNT    FRACTION"    a.nd.  "YELT-OWSTOKE KRaCTION" miiici-aL  claims bituate in the Kettle River .'Milling;  . Division of Yale District.  .  Where located:���In Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE, tlmt I, Isaac IT. llaKctt, as  agent for Richard McCisllocIi, Free _iluicr,"��  CertificateNo. 1_40397, intend, sixty days, __<j_ir  the date hereof, to ap-sly to ths L-:i:;;i:j; r.so-tlet  for certilicate of improverueitts for the purpoao  of obtaining Crown Grants of thcaoo\-c claima.  And further taki: notice that action, r.od��r  section 37, must be. coiuiucr.ccd before ilu. is-  ouatico of sucli csrtificate. of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of Jnlv. A. D. 1901.  1. H. HALLET  MSKERAL ACT.  Certificate of linprovoiner.ts.  ��� NOTICE.  TAMARACK FRACTION. Miue.al claim.  situate iu theKeltle River Mining- Divtsioa.  of Yale District. Where .located : Iil  Greenwood camp.  TAKE  no'tce that], Isaac II. llallctt, os  ajjentfor the Erl !"'viidicato, Limited.Kruc.  Miner's Certificate' No. ..iS.ii/..  iutend sixty clays from the, date hereof,  to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of IniprovcinejR-i, for the purpotu. ot  obtainintra Crown trront of the above clarm..  And   further   take  notice bliat .ict-ion, under  Section 37, must  be coiiinu'iieed  before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this l'jih day of May, 1901.  M10 I. U. HALLETT.  h rough Sleeping Car  Kootenay  to Toronto  One Change to Buffalo.  E. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J. S. CARTER, t. J. COYLE,  D. P. A., Nelson, __.C.       A.G.P.A., V.�� .couver  FOR   SALE  -Furniture for small house, in good  order. Auply to C. N. Owen, with T.  M. Gulley & Co. 44���tf  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that Phoenix Livery Barn and Stage Line was  purchased from me by Bloomfield &  Dunbar, on June 26th iust. All accounts owing to that date are to be paid  to Bloomfield & Dunbar, who assume  all liabilities of the said business.  44���47 Geo. Well wood.  MINERAL   ACT.  . Certificate of Improvements.  NOTIC*:.  LEAD KINO; Mineral claim, sittiat. in iliir  Kettle Kiver Mlniny- Division of Yale District. "Wbere.locoted: In Slcylarl.c:i_np.  TAKE NOTICE that Wc. Hiiil.Ii k. .;ii;���t  1' re* Miiier'scertiiiacn. No. 15 2'KW". Horhecx  Hamlin Free Miner's certilicate No. 11 4QZ9n,:i.<ii  Walter J. Warlman free Miner's certificate Kit  1! 29.-6, intend cadays liom the date hereof, _�����  apply to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificaie  of Iniproveinents. for llie purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  Andjurlhcr take notice that  action, under  action 37, must be commenced, before tho  issuance of sucli Ct'rtilicate of Improvements.  Dated this22nd day of May, A. D. 19V1  E. JACOBS,  rain, inn, i  GREENWOOD.  Wanted   to manage mine boarding.  house.     Over   15   year's   experience.*-  Applj-at Times' ofliee. IP age 4  THB GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  thz  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Putlistilne  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross Editor.  FRIDAY AUGUST 30, 1901.  LABOR DAY.  The idea of making L,abor Day a  general holiday was a happy one. Often  the troubles between capital and labor  could be avoided if employers and their  men were better acquainted with each  other and understood each other better.  Labor Day gives all an opportunity to  forget the grind of daily life and contribute towards each other pleasure.  There is an old saying that more flies  can be caught with molasses than vinegar and it is equally true that more  good can be affected by conciliation  than by compulsion. In these days  ���when strikes are epidemic it is a matter of congratulation that Boundary  has escaped any labor troubles. This  has been due to the common sense of  the mine managers and the splendid  class of men employed in this district.  The Times wishes the members of  all trades and callings a pleasant holiday and prosperous year. It joins with  the citizens in extending a glad-welcome to the visitors from surrounding  camps and ventures the hope that the  mingling of capital and labor at Greenwood on Monday next will do something towards strengthening the good  feeling that at present exists among  all classes.  CITY  SCHOOLS.  If the efforts that are being made to  make Greenwood an educational centre  are to be crowned with success, it will  be necessary for parents to take a  greater interest in the public schools.  Greenwood is entitled to and has been  promised substantial assistance from  the government in securing good  school buildings. To make this aid a  certainty the attendance should be  brought up to the highest limit. The  attendance this term is better than last  year, but there are still many children  of school age who are not being  educated at all. These are urged to  attend school and should be forced to  --������dO'So-if--their_par��nts fail to do their  duty. With a large attendance and  good school but.dings the teaching  staff will *be ii-cro n-ed. It should be  the ambition of c.-'-it citizen to have  Greenwood known .*���-. an educational  centre and he should work with this  object in vie\v.  build it on his hot air line.  Aug. 9.���City of Greenwood has  bonused the Breen smelter and . it has  been finally and absolutely decided  that it will be built here.  Aug. 10���Breen smelter to be built at  Curlew, Wash.  Aug. 11���James Breen has purchased  a smelter' site near Marcus, Wash.,  where he will erect a 2,000 ton smelter.  Aug. 12���The Dominion Copper company has not purchased the Pirate  smelter.  Aug. 13���All  existing rumors have  THE   MORRISON.  ��� The SO-h. p. horizontal return tubular  boiler that was taken up to the Morrison mine last month is now being  bricked in and will ere lou-g be ready  for use. Practically all the work, now  being done underground in the mine is  at the 300-foot level, upon which between 400 and SOO feet of drifting and  crosscutting halve been done. It is intended to shortly use the diamond drill  in further prospecting the mine, so as  to more quickly.obtain information as  to the direction and extent of the ore  bodies at the lowest level of the mine.  Much ore has been made accessible on  tt'm*s*tttt*tttt*tt**tt#*tttttttittttttt'*tttttttttt^  tt �����=���-  been called in to make way  for others  the 200 level and now efforts are being  THE   BREEN  SMELTER.  in course of preparation.  Aug. 14���It is said on reliable authority that F. J. Finucane knows.  Aug. IS���It is said on equally good  authority that James Breen doesn't  know.  Aug. 16���Paul Johnson and James  Breen have formed a smelter trust*  Aug. 17���Private speculators buying  land near mouth of Eholt creek, where  smelter will be located.  Aug. IS���Great Northern have purchased the C. P. R." the V., V. & E.  is not going to build and the Breen  smelter is going to Midway.  Aug. 19���Ore is so low grade that  smelter must be built at the mine to  save transportation charges. Necessary water to be pumped from the  North Fork.  Aug. 20���John Manly proudly points  to*the Breen smelter site overlooking  the town of Grand Forks.  Aug. 20���C. D. Rand is the only man  who knows.  Aug. 21���Tracy Holland has decided  not to build his smelter;  Aug. 22���W. G. Gaunce has definite  information, direct from headquarters,  Toronto, that the matter of selecting a  smelter site has not yet been considered  Aug. 23���The location of Breen cannot be made.  Aug. 24���Duncan Mcintosh knows  something but its on the dead q. t.  Aug. 25���Prayers in all the churches  for the Breen smelter.  Aug. 26���Greenwood prayers answered; also Grand Forks.  Still leter���Breeti smelter is to be  erected at the Little Dalies on the  Columbia River.  made to locate and open up similar big  oreshoots at the lower level. Fred. H.  Oliver, managing director, is now at  the mine.  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.  In tite Matter of the Title of Lot 8. Block it,  According to the Sub-division of the "DARK  HORSE" Mineral Claim. Map 21. City of  Greenwood, Group One, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District;  WHEREAS the Certificate of Title of William A. Corbett to the above l_ereclit_.m-.uts has  been lost or destroyed, and application has  been made to me for a duplicate thereof;  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Duplicate Certificate of Title will be issued at the  expiration of one month from the date hereof  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  contrary is made to me in writing.  "W. H. EDWARDS,  District Registrar, Land Registry Office, ' Kamloops, B. C.  August 30th, 1901.  MINERAL ACT.  Te Charles.'Sv. Edwards, #ind others  concerned.  TAKE NOTICE that I have caused to be  done on the Uncle Same Mineral Claim situate  in Skylark Camp in the Kettle River mining-  division of Yale District, the work required by  Section 2. of the Mineral Act, for the year  which has expired, and have expended for such  work and for recording .the certificate thereof  the sum of one hundred and two dollars and  fifty cents ($102.50); aud if at thet expiration of  ninety days from the date of the first publication  "of this notice, you fail to contribute your proportion of such eApenditure, viz. Thirty-four  dollars and seventeen cents ($3 ..17 for one-third  interest in said mineral claim, together with all  costs of advertising your interest in said mineral claim shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by the "Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1900. ��� '     ���  Dated this 29th dav of August, 1901.  EMANUEL PASTRONE.  ���'���$���*$���<'��$.���:'**�������'. *��*���;'"I'** 9?,i%#9%##99#####%%%%%ti1i9#&i>&#&&&&:&&  IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR LABOR.  ,;.DAY WITH THE,..  EDITORIAL NOTES.  IT is really laughable to read the  numerous instructions that officialdom  is sending out from Ottawa to the unsophisticated Canadians who must  receive royalty. The Duke of.York  would probably be less bored if his  welcome at different points was thc  natural-exuberance _jof e*^ loyal people  rather than stilted formalties dictated'  by social satraps at Ottawa.  ...summer msm...  The record of rumors connected with  thc location of the Breen smelter up to  and including August 26, as far as* has  been heard, is as follows:  Aug. 1���The Dominion Copper company are going to buy the Pirate  smelter at Boundary Falls.  Aug. 2���Jno A. Manly announces  that the Breen smelter will be erected  at Grand Forks.  Aug. 3���The Ereen smelter has been  definitely located at Midway.  Aug. 4���Duncan Mcintosh has inside  information that the Breen smelter  v. ill be located at Niagara Falls if Mr.  Breen can get control of the power a_  that point.  Aug. 5���James Breen has told a  friend in'absolute confidence who told  his mother-in-law that the smelter  would be located at Greenwood.  Aug 6���Smelter is bound to be located  at Greenwood. Phoenix ores to be  brought to Greenwood through a tunnel  Augr 7���Mcintosh report au error.  Smelter to be located not at Niagara  Falls but at Niagara on the North Fork.  Aug 8���Breen has transferred his  smelting interests and knowledge to  Tracy W. Holland, manager of the  Grand Forks townsite, who is going to  SAW LOGS Ml SALE.  The undersigned will receive tenders  up to noon of Wednesday, Sept. 18th,  1901, for a quantity of Sav. logs (estimated to cut into about 500,000 feet of  lumber) lying in and on the shore of  the Granby Smelter Lake, south-west  arm, near the site of Spraggettts saw  mill, recently destroyed by fire, about  two miles from Grand Forks.  .There is a first-class opening here  for a good sawmill man. It is understood that the Granby Smelter Co.-, desire to lease the premises and may assist to rebuild if a good tenant is  secured.  Terms for saw logs, cash,  no tender  necessarily accepted.  For further particulars   enquire of  the Eastern Townships Bank,  Grand  ForksTbr'-of -��������-=-���-��-. ^-^^-���^_^__-7,_._-_  CLEMENT & SPENCE,  Barristers, &rand Forks.  Trustees for parties interested;  Grand Forks, Aug. 27th, 1901.    ... -  ON  GO TO-  Allmacher & Wilson  FASHIONABLE TAILOSS?  ���^MPATROMZE HOME INDUSTOY^^���  .0  IT IS NO GHEAP C [GAR BUT EQUAL TO THE BEST  IMPORTED.  mm  Pan-American  By all the popular authors .including  Amelia E. Barrr,  Rosa N. Carey,  Beatrice Harreden,  Florence Warden,  Kail Caine,  Charles Russell,  "Walter Besant.  Marie Corelli,  Anthony Hope,  ���    - R.J. Stevenson,  W. Keinbury,  E. Mariitt  and 200 others.  25 cents for first took  and 10 cents exchange.  Ho A. KIHG &  To Buffalo via all Lake Route.  SOO ONE 7  (via St. Paul or Chicago)  AUG. 6, 20.     SEP. "3, 17  OCT. 1. 15.  h rough -Sleeping Car  Kootenay/Landing  y/tu Toronto  One Change to Buffalo.  ErXtffiDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J. S. CARTER,  D.P. A., Nelson, B.C.  h. J.COYLE,  A.G.P.A., Wtcouver  <l>  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOUFAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY.  ��� 10 II  FRED ROY,  Proprietor.  'Phone: Columbia 155.  HOUSES, SIGNS AND CARRIAGES,  KALSOMINING AND DECORATING.  PLATE, SHEET AND ORNAMENTAL  WINDOW GLASS,  WALL PAPERS,    SASH AND DOORS,  MIRRORS OF AL/L, KINDS.  ���'V  ���-1  3. m  Use Mellor's Pure Mixed Paints.   $2.00 Per Gallon.  =3" %  ���-a*     2  tZS   |!  __- V. & N. 'Phone 86.  Copper Street. __*l  ^UllilUiiiUililUUlUUUiUUaiUUUiUiUUUiUilUUUUUUiU^:  I r.'  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page 5.  6  -76  LOCAL MPPEMSCS.  : For fine tailoring go to Allmacher &  "Wilson's.  ." The Oroville Mines, limited, has been  incorporated to acquire the assets, etc.,  of the Okanogon Gold Mines, limited.  Miss Keffer left on her return to  '-���Cleveland, Ohio, last Monday, going  ������ ��� over the Crow's Nest Pass route of the  C. P. R. system.  It is reported from Grand Forks that  "VV. H. Covert expects to gather this  season a deal of fruit from his orchard  near Carson, including about 20,000  pounds of prunes and a lot of apples.  Mrs. "W. T. Thompson has closed her  private residence at Midway and gone  to Nicola on a visit to her sister. Miss  Heathorn, who has been Mrs. Thomp-  . son's companion for nearly two years,  has accompanied her.  Friends of Miss Iva Jakes aud Fred  W. McLaine arc offering hearty congratulations and expressing many good  wishes on the approachiug marriage of  these well known and popular residents  of Midway. The marriage is to take  place during September.  The; public schools of the district  have been re-opened. At Greenwood,  Phoenix, Midway, EhoU, Anaconda  and Deadwood, teachers are back at  their posts and their juvenile charges  are attending iu fairly good numbers.  The register of joint stock companies  has gazetted notice that the amount o.f  capital"of the Montreal and Boston  Copper company, lhnited, is $3,000,000,  divided into 60,000 shares of $5 each,  and not $500,000, and the licence granted to the company on the llth of March  1901, has been amended accordingly.  The Camp McKinney Miners' Union  have announced their intention to celebrate Labor Day by holding a dance  in the Sailor hall, in their town. It is  too far for them to come to Greenwood  to join in the biggest celebration ever  held in the Boundary district, so they  -will amuse themselves as best they can  in tlieir own town.  W. T. Hunter, manager in Greenwood for the Hunter-Kendrick company, limited, went out on last  Monday's train for Rosslaud, whence  he went vi?.. Spokane to North Dakota  for a couple of months on the prairies.  He is now convalescent after a long  and trying illness and hopes to return  in better health than he has had during,  the earlier part of this year.  Mr. and Mrs. Redpath aiid family  have gone east on their holiday trip  after having been compelled to delay  leaving until the return of Mr. Dey,  ���C. P. R. agent at Phoenix, from his  holiday ramblings. J. F. Robillard,  after having acted as locum tenens for  Mr. Dey, returned to Greenwood and is  now carrying out Mr. Redpath's duties  as C. P. R. agent in this city.  Tomorrow the Greenwood Ljiquor  company will moVe from their present  quarters in the Wood block to new  premises adjoining bonded warehouse,  on Government street, where a new  office has been built. The new premises  are centrally located and have the additional advantage of being convenient  to the bonded warehouse. Mr. Greiger  thT"mTnager7"'reports���business -veryi  satisfactory. This week a car of Pabst  and also a car of Calgary beer were  received.  The Hartford Gold Mining company  limited, non-personal liability, has.  been incorporated under the companies  act, .1897, as a limited company, with a  capital of nine hundred thousand dollars, divided into three million six  hundred thousand shares of twenty-  five cents each. One of the objects of  . the company is to purchase the Hartford, Hartford Fraction, Ranger, Nabob Fraction, Golden Crown Fraction  aud the Double Eagle Fraction mineral  claims, all situate in thc Grand Forks  miuing division.  A despatch sent out from Columbia  states that G. W. Floyd, for some time  past engaged in the milk business near  Rossland, has leased Jas. Ncwby's  ranch, near Columbia, and taken over  his milk business together with 60 head  of cattle, 12 horses and a lot of farming  implements. Mr. Floyd has moved his  '"*< 100 head of cattle from the Trail creek  district to the Boundary and will ship  milk from the Newby ranch to Boundary towns and to Rossland and other  outside points.  Jeffrey Robertson, thc 15 year old  son of the C. P. R. section foreman at  Greenwood, was knocked down by a  team belonging to Cameron Bros.,  which bolted from the railway depot  last Saturday morning. The lad tried  to stop the horses but failed to do so  and as a result was much bruised and  ; shaken. He received a nasty knock on  the head, which rendered him unconscious for a while but he came round  after a time and now is little the worse  for his misadventure.  Prescriptions filled correctly���Anderson's pharmacy.  Bernard Lequime went over to Grand  Forks on Monday in connection with  the contract Lequime & Powers have  entered into to cut aiid supply about  2,000,000 feet of s-_wn lumber to the  Grand Forks and Republic Railway  company. This will include lumber  for culverts, bridges and some ties.  The firm have arranged to buy the mill  near Curlew, put in some time since by  the notorious Tuttle combination  whose fake mining, smelting and saw-  milling venture came to grief a short  time since. This mill w^ll be utilised  for cutting lumber for that portion of  the railway that will be in the State of  Washington. The firm have also arranged to put in a mill on the smelter  lake, where E. Spraggett had a mill  that was lately destroyed by lire. Each  of these two mills will have a capacity  of about 30,000 feet of lumber daily. It  is expected that arrangements will be  concluded with the assignee in Sprag-  gctt!s assigned estate .to turn over to  Lequime & Powers certain timber  limits heretofore held by Mr. Spraggett,  THEIR SERET IS OUT.  All Sadieville, Ky., was curious to  learn the cause-of the vast improvement in.the health of Mrs. S. P. Whit-  taker, who had for a long time, endured untold suffering from a chronic  bronchial trouble. "It's all due to Dr.  King's New Diseovery," writes her  husband. "It completely cured her  aud also cured our little grand-daughter of a severe attack of Whooping  Cough." It positively cures Coughs,  Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis, all  Throa*. and Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles  free at J. L. White's. Miller Bros., and  W. E. Anderson's; drug stores.  "C. C. C. C. thc great nerve builder  Si.00 at Anderson's Pharmacy.  DAWSON   &   CRADDQCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  CorriiR Street," Two Doors  Below  Rhkdeli, Corner.  )/*^< **\rf\*/f\*s^*\/^*\fS\af*\j**j\j-/*'\j'  Aat'WW'V'V-  I. HI  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  6=**  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  -��_  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF<  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  $7,000,000.  President:   Lord Stuatiico_*a ash Mount Royal.,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Dkummonb.  General Manager :   E. S   Clouston.  Brandies in London, Eng.  __u_- and setl Sterling-Exchaug-e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial au  Travellers' Credits, available in any-j.art*o_ tlic world.  j   All The Principal   I  I Cities    in    Canada. \  New Yotlt, Chicago.  ; Grant Commercial au  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  .<=_r>  *=_>  _=r>  *=��  te_3  5vd9  *>HO  isNa large and varied one, every line is complete in  itself, and strictly first-class, Not a shoddy article in  any of the lines, They all concede that our stock of  Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices  consistent with the quality of the goods, We would  dislike very much to be considered the "-cheapest" place  in town, there are so many VERY CHEAP OENS,  but we do think that we come very near being the  best.    Try us, and tell us what you think,  THE  ��� ��� ���  f  -  -..Vi  VB  COMPANY, LIMITED,  v��i-_n__v  -"-jjSKMagiraK*-*  CARRY  Er  WE  HAVE  *WE GUARANTEE TliLM UNCONDITIONALLY.     CALL, A3SID :LET US  ' EXPLAIN ITS ADVANTAGES Tq YOU."  7.  SUCCESSOR" TO.  JEWELLERS.  acpn^rson  CC^PER STREET.  :t*xi*nr.ir*,'i.i'mmimnj*  ��������  -THE BANK OF  ���m  Established ID36.     Incoi'pooated by Royal Clurtcr.  Capital, ^,000.000-$4,866.66.  Reserve Fund, _��350,000���$!,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, ENGLAND-  H. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  J, ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal.  Branches and.agents  in  all the  principal cities  of   Canada and the  United States, and correspondents in all parts  of the world.  ... A .GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED ...  Greenwood Branch:  W. G. H. BELT, Manager.  THE CMMkl RAM OF  With Which is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF .BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -     Rest, ��2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX.President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager  n,  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  i I'mmii ii j x.t.mmi r�� �� ���  m  KM*  **4?!*��  sis  im  R. CREKER, Hanacei.  _M  Wholesale Dealers "in Liquors and. Cigars.'  ware and Bar Supplies,  Full Line Glass-  SE5  Sifes  sag  fiyff.  row^p*SSEB5SK5'SKS*"K^.!o'"&wS^  "'"' " ' M  ooo  9 �� ���  Stnoke a William Pitt Cigar.    A jolly given  with  every cigar at FiSheSf'.    Ask for it.  <-|}>;  o*  *>  *>  *>  ���  �����  When you   can   get   tke   best   cigars  tke   country   at   FlStiers"    :      :      :    :  9  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK.  Cocper Street.  ^'__^:<>^:.;.;>5P!^-.S��;>y^^  PETER GENELLE, PRES. J. GENELLE, X/lCE-PRCS.  J. POUPORE, SECRETARY.  LIMITED.  General. Office.  Greenwood, 1*. C.  Tel-P-ioncs :"  Columbia No.  Kouudary Creel. Xo.  Yemen & Kelson  No. 2(x.  Our Yards and Mills are  located as follows :  Greenwood. Phoenix. Dead-  wood Citv. Eiioll No. _. Ehol No.  2. Loiitr _,a*.e, Rock Creek. Skylark Camp. Nal-n.-i*, "Subsoil,  Ymir and Kos-slaud.  "We A*rc Manufacturers  of all Kinds of *. : : : :  SI il tee. lite, i  ^!HHnimnim!iiti��iiini!ii!HHm!5!mw��fflfflvii!nmi��K Pag.  t��.  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  CHICAGO    CAPITALISTS      VISITED  GREENWOOD AND BOUNDARY.  INTERESTED    IN    LAKE  Are Well Pleased With Their Pro  perty and Mining Outlook���Will  Invest Further Capital.  Chicag'o capital is coming' to  Boundary. The financial men of  thc big* city are interesting themselves in Boundary mining properties. Chicago men don't do  things by halves. They take their  chances, make' money generally  but when they loose, they lose  ���with good grace and never croak.  This week a party of Chicago  capitalists visited Greenwood and  spent several days in examining  Boundary properties. The party  consisted of W. L. Springer, president of the Chicago Roofing  company and his son; Geo. R.  Thamer, president of the Empire  Lumber company; P. L. Liddell,  another big lumber manufacturer  and Theo. Speaber manufacturer  of caskets. They are all shareholders in the Chicago & British  Columbia Mining company, owning the Lake mine in Providence  camp. Mr. Springer is president  of the company. After thoroughly examining the Lake, they  were so well pleased with the outlook that they decided to not  only put up the necessary capital  to place the mine on a shipping  basis but they are ready to invest in other enterprises as well.  The Lake never looked better  than it does at present. The ore  in the shaft is of excellent quality  and the vein is rapidly widening.  Mr. Springer and son will visit  California while the others of  the party will return to Chicago  after a, brief visit to the Sound  city. All spoke in the highest  terms regarding the solidity of  Grenwood. They enjoyed their  visit immensely and all hope to  return here later in the. fall.  The party is also interested iu  the coal in<_-isures recently ac-  quirecLby_-. An drewJLMdhrwyinjhe  Similkameen district.  3,000  fM<-  39oog i<-  GRAND   LABOR   DAY   CELEBRATION  iept. 2nd. I  9    x  �����-  -*�� DRILLING CONTEST, ATHLETIC SPORTS, ��-  -# FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT, HORSE RACING* ��  IA GRAND   INDUSTRIAL   PARADE. <&��-  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  '���HI  Tlie Midway Brass Band Will Be In Attendance,  Special Excursion Rates From All Points In Kootenay.X  �����sr  ���*&��� R.". W. JAKES, Mayor,  gS.        '.     Chairman Executive Committee.  -��_��;_ '������ *���     *  M. H. KANE. DUNCAN ROSS)  Chairman General Committee. Secretary.  far  i**i<-  w,^r     ^        ^    .   ^      .^     , ^        -*w        -T    .^f        -t        -t        T        "t        "t        -T'^        T        -T        -t        1\       ^        T        T        "t"        ^    ^^K  ! ���!  limited;  .  I WHOLESALE   GROCERS I  !     WINE AND SPIRIT  f  A  ���  T  0  $  '  ���  i x��f���� ��&�� a-��������-i��i>��<��*-��--*t'fc��-��f����^��>-��-*wt*-��-a.io�� <o���� ����  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C,  Dr. Mathison, dentist,  over Bank of  Commerce.   Both /phones.  SOCIETIES.  Boundary Valley Lodge  No. 38, I.O.O.F.  EETS every Tuesday  . . Evening- at 8.00. in  their lodge room at "Masonic hall. A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning- bretli-  rn. D.A. Mackenzie. N G  W. Elson, Rec. Sec  K.   OF  P.  GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P..  meets every Wednesday evening at 8:00  in t.'ie Masonic hall, Green wood. Sojourning  brethren cordially invited. M. Bergek, C. C.  A. D. Hai/let, K. R. & S.  METHODIST CHURCH-  The plans for open air services  that have been -."ruler consideration for severe.i weeks have  been matured, and on Sunday  next at the close of the evening  service, the out door work will be  begun by the pastor and some ��of  the members and adherents of the  Methodist church. A few familiar hymns will be sung and Rev.  J. D. P. Knox will deliver a short  address. The service will be held  on the corner of Copper and  Greenwood streets. The purpose  of pastor and people is to develop  this :work until it will consist not  on]y of religious services but also  of week evening entertainments  consisting of music and addresses  on topics of general interest.  On Sunday, Sept. S, the anniversary services to commemorate  the opening of the local church,  ���will be held. It is expected that  Rev. J. H. White, of Nelson,  chairman of the Methodist conference will preach the sermons.-  FROM THE CITY  ROADS LEAD TO  GREENWOOD. DEADWOOD,        COPPER,  SUMMIT,      LONG LAKE,      SKYLARK.  WHITE AND ATWOOD WELLINGTON,  SiyilTH'S:  And Otner 'Boundary Creek Camps. ,  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.  ia the Matter of the Title of Lot S. Block 11.  According to the Sub-division of the "DARK  HORSE" Mineral Claim. Map 21, City or  Greenwood, Group One, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District;   '  WHEREAS the Certificate of Title of William A. Corbett to the above l.ereaitametushas  been lost or destroyed, and application lias'  -been made to i-.*.e ior a duplicate thereof;  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Duplicate Certificate of Title will be issued at the  expiration of one month from the date liereof  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  contrary is made to me in writing.  W. H. EDWARDS,  District Registrar, I/and Kegis-  trv    Office,    Kamloops,   B.   C  ���August SOtti. 1901.  HAVE BEANCHHES IN THE CITY,  . ,, . For Prices.]of Lots and Other Information, Address ,,..  ���QfiEENWOOD. B, C.  To J. A. Drain and C. Hoffman, both of tlie-'  City of Spokane .a the State of Washington.  Sirs:  You are hereby notified that I have expended*.  :00.00 In labor and iniorovenieiilson the "Ali*e-  District iu British Columbia, to.count as an as*i  sessment on said claim, as will appear by a.  Certificate of Work recorded 23rd March, iTO���-���  in the office of the Mining Recorder for the said'.  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale District,  in order to hold said claim under the provisions*  oi Section 24 of the Mineral Act; such being"  the amount required to hold the said claim-for  the year ending 23rd March, i<*Ur. '-,     '  And if at the expiration of 90 days of publi.'  cation of this notice yon'fail or refuse to contribute your proportions of the expenditure required under Section 24, tog-ether with, all costs,  uf advertising,, your interests in said claim V  shall become vested in the subscriber [one of  your co-owners] under Section 4 of the Mineral  Act Amendment Act, i900.  Dated at Greeuwood, _., C, this 36.li day of  July, i.OO, ���  W. T, SMITH.  MINERAL ACT.      .  To Sam Breslauer and otlters ine.rested in tlie  Henrietta Mineral Claim, sitnated near  Beaverton in the Kettle Elver Mining: Division of Yale District:  TAKE XOTICE that 1 have caused to bo done'  on the Henrietta mineral .laim,-situated near  l.cavevton, in the Kettle River Mining Divisiom  of \alo District, the work required by Section.  24 of tho Mineral Act, for the -year which.has:  expired, and have expended for such work and.  for rccordidg the certificates thereof the sun*  of One Hundred and Two Dollars und Fiftv  eents, (?_02.5_), andif at the expiration of ninety'  days from tho date of.the first publication of  this notice you fail to contribute your propbrC'���  i1/.? ?>* such expenditure, namely, tho sum oft  Fifty-One Dollars and' Twenty-Five Cents-  (.fol.25), together with all costs of advertising,  your interest in said mineral claim shall be-  liable to forfeiture, as provided by tho "Mineral-  Act Amendment Act, 1.00."  Dated this Sth duy of July, 1901.-  CHARLES PHIPPS. '  NOTICE OF F0RFEITURE7  To: ~"       ~ ������':��� ,"'  D. R. Camptell and A. C. McKenzie, late or  Greenwood in the Kettle River Mintne Division of the Province of British Columfcla.  and to any other person or persons interested or claiming any title to the "Queen Bess'*"  mineral claim, situate in Long Lake Camp,  (formerly called Gold Drop Camp,] in the  said Kettle River Mining Division. f  ��� You arc hereby notified that Frank B. GoeU  ter of Colville. Wash., U. S. A., and W.-G. .McMynn, of Greenwood aforesaid, have expended  in labour and improvements the sum of: one  hundred dollars upon the said "Queen Bess"-  miueral claim, and <2._0 for recording the same  as will appear bv a Certificate of Work recorded on the I3th June, 1901, in tlie office of the  mining recorder of said Mining Division at  Greenwood aforesaid, in order to hold thesaid  ?A0.'.'" '������'cl<!,r the provisions of section 24 of the.  Mineral _ Act", such being- the amount required and necessary to hold the said claim for-  Uie year enilinp the Ist day of Julv, 1.01; and  it at Uieexpirajion of ninty days of publication  ot this notice you fail or refuse to contribute-  your proportion of the expenditure required'  iiudei- the said section 24 of the -'Mineral Act"  tojrethor with all costs of advertising-, yoiu-  iinerestin said claim shall become vestwl in  tlie said '��� rank B. Goctter and W. G. McMvnn  b'onr co-owners] nnder section 4 of the "Mineral  Act Amendment Act I.OO". ::,  Dated ot Greenwood, aforesaid, this'Sth day  of Aug-usl, A.D., 1101. ..���*  PRANK Jl.  GOETTER,  *\V. G.  McMYNN.  MINERAL ACT.    7; .':':  Certificate of Improvements.  XOTICE.  "JO DANDY" "OLD KENTUCKY" "RILEY' '  ,'I.OST HORSE" 'TEMERA1RE FRACTION" "EMM.i FRACTION" and "TEXAS  FRACTION" Mineral claims,'situatein the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale  District. "Where located : In James Creek  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  atreat for Leonard S. Moultou Barrett.  Free Miner's Certificate No. _"2.7_9, intend  sixty days after date liereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  ^--Aud-further_.lnl.e^aotice_that^action_under  Section 37   must  be   commenced   before   the-  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lSth day of May, A. D��� 1900.  I. H.   UALLETT.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTrCE..  'DYNAMO"   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 lor Anton Portmann, Free  Miners'-* certificate No. B41331i and Charles  Haering-, Free Miner's . Certificate No.  IM0607       intpnd sixty days,        from  the date liereof, to apply to tlic Mining-  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim*  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.      ���  Dated this 17tli day of June, A. D. 1901.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CROWN POINT Mineral claim, situate in" the  Kettle River Mining Division of jT^viie Dis-'  trict. Where located : In Crown Point  Camp. '" ���'  TAKE NOTICE that I. Issac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's certicate No. I.81X)3. for niv-  self and as agent for John Douglas, Free  Miner's certificate No.I-Sll", John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's Certincate]'2')=_9, A,N.Pellv, Free  Miners Certificate No. 2.309, and G. X. Hodgson  Free Miner's certilicate No. U297i..*-,. intend,,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate or improvements for the purpose of obtaining aCroivu  Grant of the above claim.   ,  And further take notice lhat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of May, 1900.  I. H. HALLETT.  LOST���A cheque for fifty dollars  drawn on the Royal Bank of Canada,  Grand Forks, by the V. V. & B. railway company in favor of James Leckie  and numbered 219. Finder will please  return to H. B. Munroe, Greenwood.  Parties are cautioned against using.  _ same as payment has been stopped. ^���^���^.^Wm^y-b^-W^^f.  :mymi  'yfH  the greenwood weekly times.  SMITH & M'LEOD'S MILL BURNT.  The Vernon News publishes the following account of the destruction by  Ire of Smith  & Mclieod's sawmill at  jjnderby.    As will be secti,  the firm's  ish and door factory; which fortun-  Jtely is situate at Vernon,  is still in  ition,   so   that    the   Greenwood  jgta5_-jy will continue to be supplied as  Jsual with such manufactured building  laterials as it has been for two or  Ihree years past the firm's custom  to  lend here for sale.   The News says:  Another most unfortunate fir^ occurred last Saturday eveninp: at Endcrby,  es'ulting- iu thc destruction of Smith &  JIcLcod's fine sawmill at that place,  j'ith over half a million feet  of clear  reasoned lumber which was piled in the  lard close to the mill,  j The fire originated in the slip,  up  Much the logs are hauled to the mill,  hd,  as the prolonged period of  hot  leather had made everything as dry as  jnder, the flames licked up the building  an incredibly short time.    It was  pout 6:30 p. m. when thefire was seen,  lid at once it became apparent that  bthing could be done to save the mill.  JA band of workers, numbering over  ���hundred strong,  speedily organized  ^emselves into a bucket brigade,   and  [their untiring-efforts is due the fact  I at the; town of Enderby was saved,  ley erected a   temporary barricade  tainst the flameswith boards, which  sre kept drenched with, water, and  lus prevented the flames from spread-  |g to the adjoining buildings of the  Iwn.  (Nothing was saved of the mill ma-  linery except the boiler,  which may  jssibly be utilized again.    About 500-  |0 feet of lumber was left uninjured,  DSt of which was composed of  mate-.  Ill such as can be used in the firm's  |sh and door factory, which is located  Vernon.   There was insurance to  -.amount of S8.000 on the lumber,  Iis-amou__l having fortunately been  sently placed on it, and about $4,000'  . the mill. The loss, however, will be  layy, and much sympathy is express-  Jfor the'firm,  especially as the dis-  |ter came at a time when the demand  "'lumber   was brisk, many  orders  Ivinj- recently been leceived.  _-nith'"# McLeod intend to at once  art up again, and may make arrange-  brits to"go ahead with a portable mill  ^l suchitime as the plant can be're-  i;    j  AST0UNDED THE EDITOR.  ditor S. A. Brown, of Bennettsville,  \4 wasionce immensely surprised,  iiugh. long suffering from Dys-  5a."," 'lie writes, "my wife was  ���realy run down. She had no strength  jr vgor and suffeied great distress  ���ronlier stomach, but she tried Elect-  lie litters which helped her at once,  Ind,after using, four bottles, she is  |ntir_y well, can eat anything. It's a  Iran, tonic, and its gentle laxative  lualifes are splendid for torpid liver."  For ..digestion, L-oss* of Appetite,  ptomah and L,iver troubles it's a posi-  Hve_.gt-irantc,ed cure. Only SOc at J.  1* W^te-s, JMiller Bros., or W. E.  Ade^n-s.  ^nasMc   ...cCormick who was connected  ifp Bufler's'saddlery in this city for  'Ohetiii'ehaspurchased the business  >fR. U, poran at Moose Jaw, N.W.T.,  is prepared to quote prices for all  ilds ofthatness, saddles, carriages  a-sJ farmijimplemetlts. *\  -��  v (**-' . 1"  'Ve carrjr the only Flannel Suitings  mWa, 'Allmacher& "Wilson.  i  .   --B.Mtt-iroe has received a fresh  iontettmfettt of choice confectionery. -  ���1  \>  _ *4jdbV C. C. the great nerve  builder  .$1.00 tf Anderson's Pharmacy.  |H*     \      B-F. LESTER *  r ���*- "  Ember Stamps  1*  *  ���*  *  *  *  i*  *  *  *��           *        ..  .  �� HAND STAMPS  .$ SELF INKING  **������         DATING STAMPS  -�� POCKET STAMPS  9 '                SIGN HABKERS  * ' TRADE CHECKS  * SEALS   -:-  RUBBER TYPE.  '�����'   ...  �� ��� :   I   ROSSLAND,   B.   C.  ���9.          - ,,  ,9 ������   \| Orders TaKen at "Times" Office.  .'-"Or  *  "Flints Saraparilla, the spring tonic  $1.00.   Anderson's Pharmacy.  COMPANIES' ACT, 1897.  THE MORRISON MINES, LTD  ' (Non-Personal Liability.)  TAKE NOTICE that tlie shares in The Morrison Mines, Limited, ["Non-Personal Liability]  hereinafter uescribed, have tieen declared in  default and will he sold at public auction to the  highest bidder fnr cash, at the olVice of the said  Company, Rendell buildiitfr. Copper Street,  Greenwood, II.'C, on Tuesday the 3rd day of  September. A. 1... 1901, at tlie hour of four  o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy assessments  whicli have been made: thereon and are iu default for a period c.\cee.piii|�� sixty days after  notice and demand of payment of sush as-  cisBiucnt.  Certificate  No.  6  3.  48  49  SO  51  52  53  70  84  '..  Ill  122  123  140  142 .  143  165  166  168  169  170  173  175  176  177  178  179  - 185  186  187  1SS-  191  ��� 20G  207  220  222  234  246 "  252  270  278  291.  293  323  324  325  326 ��� ���  330  - 331 f  .333,  334 ���  350  * 331  382  * 398   '  414  420  428  429  ' 430'  431  435  437  443  444  '449   *".  450  452  453   :  454  455  456  459  463  464  466  468  474  475  476  .477  480  481-  482  483  48+  530  534  593  607  651  678  679  681  683  687  698  __700 .;  701 "  713  714  715  716  717  720  742  744  745  746  747  748  773  774  775  776  777  778  782  783  786  787  792  793  794  801  905  909  910  911  1030  1041  105*  10W  1077  1078  1086  1090  1095  1117  1121  1123  1_52  1167  1197  1201  1205  1206!  1207  1227  1251  1264  1300  1301  1302  1303  1308  1311 .  1312  1313  1326  1327  1323  1329  1330  1331.  1332  1333  1337  133S  1-355  1356  1357  No. nf  Shares.  2,ooo  500  4,000  l.ooo  2,ooo  2,ooo  5,ooo  3,17o  5oo  '5oo  2,ooo  18,425  l,ooo  lo,ooo  1,000  5oo  500  1,000  l.ooo  l,ooo  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  ' 1,000  3,ooo  l,5oo  1,000  1,000  l,ooo  1,000  l.ooo  5,ooo  5,ooo  l,boo  1,000  5,ooo  V,obo  . l,ooo  5,ooo  l.ooo  1,000  5oo  5oo  "5oo  5oo  5oo  5oo  ���-    5oo  5oo  3,ooo  5oo  _5oo  5oo  ��� 6,000':  5oo  '  1.000  500-  5oo  'Soo '  5oo  500  3,5oo '  2,5oo  1,000  ��� -l,ooo  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  .   1,000  1,000  5,ooo  5,ooo  .   5oo  5oo  5oo  5oo  l,5op  2,o6o  7oo  15o  15o -  5,ooo  2,ooo  Soo  Soo  5,ooo  1,000  1,000  4,ooo  l,2so  1,000  1,000  1,000  l,ooo~  5oo  Soo  500  Soo  l,ooo  2,5oo,  4o,ooo  1,000  .1,000  1,083  ��.000  l,ooo  .1,000  1,000  1,000 -  1,000  1,000  1,000  I,O0O  1,000  1,000  .   1,000  Soo  5oo*  Soo  5oo  S,ooo  ' 1,000  1,000  1,000  500  Soo  Soo  10,000  10,000  10,000  2,000  2,ooo  2,ooo  125  100  i5o  ,1.000  2<ooo  1,000  00  1,000  1,000  1,000  J_^5oo  S,ooo  2,5oo  500  Soo  Soo  Soo  5od  Soo  Soo  500  1,000  1,000  1,000  1.000  .-,000  ' 1,000  1,000  1.000  1,000  1 000  1,000  1,000  1,000  A nit. of Assess.  Due aud Unpaid  $ 4o,oo  10.00  80.00  2o.oo  4o.oo  4o.oo  loo.oo  63.4o  lo.oo  t3.oo  2o.oo  368.50  2o.oo  2oo.no  2o.oo 1  20.00  10.00  10.00  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o,oo  2o.oo  , 2o,oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo   -  2o.oo  3o,oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  20.00  2o.oo  100.00 ..  100.00  20.oo  2o.oo  100.00  10.00  2o.oo  100.00  2o.oo  2o.oo ���  10.00  10.00  10.00  10.00  .   10.00  fo.oo  10.00 .  10.00  60.00  10.00  5.oo  5.oo  i2o.oo  10.00  2o.oo . .  10.00  10.00  to.oo  to.oo  i4.oo  9S.00 . .  SO.00  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  20.00  2o.oo  ���2o.oo  "2o.oo  100,00  100.00 ���  10.00  10.00  10.00  10.00  : i5.oo  2o.oo  7.oo  i.5o  1.S0  5o,oo  4o.6o  10,00  ' 10,00  100.00  2o.oo  2o,oo  40.00  2S.oo   ���'  2o.oo  2o.oo  . 2o.oo  "-20.00 ^--^  10.00  10.00  .  lo.oo  10.00  2o.oo  5o.oo  4oo.oo  10.00  10.00 ,j;  to.83  100.06  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  ' 2o.oo  2o.oo  10.00  10.00  10.00  10.00  100.00  .  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  to.oo  to.oo  to.oo  2oo.oo  2oo.oo  loo.oo  4o.oo  4o.oo  4o.oo  2.5o  2.oo  3.0O  2o.oo  ���0.00  2o.oo  xo.oo  2o.o-��  2o.oo  2o.oo  ��� so.oo  ' 100.00 ���������  50.00- .  10.00  10.00  10.00  10,00 ���  10.00  5.00  5.06  ro*oo  10.00  2ooo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  ��� 2o.oo .  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  2o.oo  Certificate  No. of  Anit.  of Assess,  No.  Shares.  Due and Unpaid  1338  1,000  $ :o,oo  1366  1,000  2o.oo  1369     ���  _,ooo  2o.oo  1370  1.000  2o,oo  1371  1,000  2o.oo  1372  1,000  2o.oo  1373  1,000  .   2o.oo  1374  i;ooo  2o.oo  1375  1,000  2o.oo  1376  1,oon  2o.oo  1392  ��,000  20.00  1393  1,000  2o.oc.  1396  1,000  . 2o.oo  1404  500  10.00  1410  soo  10.00  14U  500  10.00  1412  Soo  10.00  1415  Soo  10.00  1410  roo  10.00  1417  soo  10.00  1444  2,500  50.00  14.3  ��� 2,000  2o.co  1490  6,000  -2o.Od  15U4  2.500  So.oo  1510  1,000  2o.<jo  .     *5H  I.SOO  00.00  1512  500  IO.Ou  1530  Soo  ro.oo  1534  2.SOO  So.oo  1535  1,500  So.oo  1539  TOO  to.oo  1548  1,000  2o.oo  1549  1,000  2o.oo  1551  L,000  2o.oo  1552  I.OOO  2o.oo  15.5  r.ooo  2o.Oo  1556  1,000  2o.oo  1557  000  10.00  1573  5,000  100.00  1576  1,000  '. 2o.oo  Soo  JO.OO  1583  1534  500  500  10.00  10.00  1585  600  10.00  1537  Soo  10.00  '   1589  2,000  4o.oo  1590  S.ooo  loo.oo  1602  1,000  20.00  1604,  500  10.00  1605  i,5oo  3o.oo  1607  1,000  2o.oo  1608  3,ooo  60.00  1609  2.000  4o.oo  1615  1.000  2o.oo  1619  1,000  2o.oo  1646  2.000  4o.oo  164S  i,5oo   '  30.00  .16B0..  i.Soo  3o.oo  1662  3,ooo  So.oo  .-  1665  2,ooo  2o.oo  1666  ��� 1,000  2o.oo  1667  1,000  2o.oo  1676  5oo  lo.oo  1681  5.000  loo.oo  1639  2,ooo  4o.oo  1690  2,000  4o.oo  Dated this 2nd day of August, A. D. 1901.  A. F. OLIVER.'  Secretary The "Morrison Mines, Limited.  *      ar    If V    ��___-_>     xtm  M A NUFACTURE  AND KEEP  .STOCK .  BOILERS.   ENGINES.   PUMPS,   ORE  CARS,  ORE    BUCKETS.    GRIZZLIES,    BLOWERS.  EXHAUSTERS.   FANS.   BELTING,   VALVES.  FITTINGS.  and everything- for the  Mine, Marine and Sawmill  Trade.  Vancouver Engineering  Works, Ltd.  successors to  ,. ARMSTRONG & MORRISON,  Iron Founders,     ' Boiler-makers aud  Machinists.  Office  and Works :���  VANCOUVER, B.C.  COOKS AND WAITERS UNION NO. 117.  NOTICE OF MEETING.  THE BOUNDARY. COOKS   AND  WAIT-  ers Union No. 117, meets first and third  Tuesdays of each month at Uuiou Hall.   Visiting   members   in   g-ood   standing   cordially  invited.  Robert G. "Wood, Chas. Dahkkak,  President. Secretary.  GREENWOOD CONSERVATORY  ���SILVER STREET-  number OP PLANTS AND FLOWERS  now ready.   Orders for cut flowers taken.  MISS ATKINSON.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE  subsisting between the undersigned, carrying on business as hotelkeepers in the premises  known as the ���'���Windsor Hotel" situate on  Copper Street in the City of Greenwood, B. C���  has. this day been dissolved by mutual  coesent.  All debts owing to the said partnership arc to  be paid to the undersigned Ernest Cartier at  the said Windsor Hotel, and all claims against  the said partnership are to be presented to thc  said Ernsst Cartier by whom the same will be  paid.  Dated this I2th day of A ugrust, 1901.  HARRY DALE,  ERNEST<X|ARTIE R.  TO SAVE BER CHILD.  From frightful disfigurement Mrs.  Nannie Galleger, of ilia Grange, Ga.t  adplied Bucklen's Arhica V Salve;, to  great sores on her head a*i<l\face, and  writes its quick cure exceeded all her  hopes. It works wondersi ^n *sores.  Bruises, Skin eruptions, Cuts! Burosk  Scalds and Piles. 25c. Cure guaranteed by J. Iv. White, Miller Brofig and  W. E-Anderson, druggists.       ^  Famly Porterhouse or a  Tenderloin, T. Bone, Top  Sirloin or a. Plain Steak.  Pork Chops, Pork Tenderloin and Mutton Chops  also Fish and Poultry,  AT THE MARKETS OF  STYLES,  and:  Bt  cm. Sully$g��.  ROSSLAND ENGINEERING WORKS.  s-  -CUNLIFFE & MCMILLAN-  FOUNDERS,      BOILERMAKERS     and     MACHINISTS.  Gre Cars, Skips, Cag-es, Ore Bin Doors, Chutes and general wrought iron worlj  Our ore bins are the best ou the market.   Write us for references and full  particulars.  --���^ -^--- 7-^Secoad,Hand.MaciiiiMy^ For Sale.  ^  1���S ft Peltpn Waterwheel with 600 ft 8 to 16 special ri vetted pipe.  1���10x5x13 Outside packed plunger sinking pump.  Rfck Drills, Stoping Bars, etc , etc.  Agents Northey Pumps���Stock carried.  Third Avenue.  Rossland.  P 0 Box 198  ^liiiiiuiuiiiuiiuuuiiitittimiaiauiiitiiwimiiiiiuuiiiiiu^  �� WHERE ISOARMI? |  ^3 On the West Fork of Kettle River.                             ����������"  1 THE PAYROLL CITY OF THE  % WEST FORK  ^S Surveys are now being made and lots will shortly be on the  r3 market.   Carmi City adjoines the group of claims of  ^5 which   the   Carmi   mine   is  the  center.  3 THE SHIPPING GROUP OF THE       |=  3 DISTRICT.                                 H  ^3 Carmi is the mining center of the Upper West Fork Country. The   ' J^r  ������ .         townsite adjoins the Carmi mine, which shipped 2,000 tons        :   gr~  ^S of ore to the smelter during the past winter, and                   gr*  -~g> upon which development is being pushed                      ,   Sr-  -* in order to be ready for continuous                                 gr*  ^3 shipments when railroad                                        J^_:  ���* is   completed to                                                \^~~  ~Zi Carmi.                                                            J^:  __ .   .   .FOR   TERMS   WRITE.   .   .                              SEE  JAS. KERR,  Greeuwood, B. C.  JAS. C. DALE.  Carmi, B. C.  fi!^n!!H!H!!!H!H!!!!11^n!^!^1!!!H!!m!!!!!!nH!!n!^HUilK y  ir:  ^  Page  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  ��Vj"  C.  ' -y ' fj    -J1'A'  ���*$*  '.3r_  Particular  and '$  Prompt attention ���$'  given to our mail  order department  1 MILLER BROS  b  '&.  THE   KING   SOLOMON.  LOCAL HAPPENINGS.  The Sunset mine was this week added  to the list of Boundary shipping mines.  A more active and progressive policy  is being entered upon by the Montreal  and Boston Copper company, involving addions to mine building's and  equipment and more extensive development of its minesV     '"  .  The Clarendon Cafe lias been reopened under the management of E.  Escalet, whose as a caterer is so f avor-  abl3' known in Greenwood and . Rossland. He will welcome all his old  patrons and as many knew ones as are  anxious to secure all the delicacies of  the season served only as Escalet can  serve them, ���  -A cablegram  received in Rossland  .'yesterday    from    London   announces  ���that the new board of directors  of the  Le Roi mining company have endorsed  the policy of Bernard McDonald, the  resident manager;   This will prevent  the speedy settlement of the strike .as.  was hoped for,   The management will  "^deavor^to"bperat6"ther'mihes*under  .'the contract awarded to Al. Greaser  who announces   the   old schedule   of  wages.  Eight men are at work on the King  Solomon, in Copper camp, and it is expected that a commencement will soon  be made to ship ore to the smelter at  Greenwood.    The wagon road from  a  short distance above the Morrison up  to the King Solomon has been  improv-  en from a very rough bush road to one  of the best mining camp reads in  the  district, excepting of course  the  main  stage roads.    The owners of tlie  mine  concluded tliat there was little use expecting the  provincial government  to  do this very  necessary work,  so  they  did it themselves, and now they have a  road over which there will not be  any  difficulty in hauling the ore they  have  arranged to ship to the smelter.   It  is  stated that J. W. Hartline has contracted to haul about a thousand tons of ore  to the railway siding at the Deadwood  sawmill and that next month teams  will be put on   to commence hauling.  The ore will be taken  thence to the  smelter by rail. Thos. Burton, formerly  of the Dundee mine, Ymir, is superintending the work at the mine and since  he took charge a month ago  a lot of  work has been done and now things  are lookirg shipshape.    A strong platform, big. enough to load the ore into  wagons   without difficulty,  has   been  built ou a heavy cribbing, and a trestle  has been run out to provide a good  dump  for   the w!iste rock.     .Already  about 150 tons of high grade copper ore  have been piled oa the platform and a  second clump has been started as well.  An open drift is being run on the vein,  which so far has yielded mostly green  and blue carbonate ore with which  occurs a deal of native copper. TheKing  Solomon  ore  is   well   known   as   the  prettiest copper ore yet found in  the  district in quantity and it is generally  believed to be the richest in copper.   It  is claimed that much of it will run as  high as 30  per cent,  copper,  but an  estimate places the  average value of  what is not being mined at about half  that percentage, but this latter is regarded as a very conservative estimate  indeed.      In   following  the   vein  the  width has been found to, vary considerably, it having pinched to'about a foot  in one place, but where it  was. being  broken down when visited last Tuesday  it showed a width of from 8 to  10 feet  of good ore.    As the ground  is  rising  the probabilities are that a deepeirface  will soon be opened.    This- resumption  of work on  the King  Solomon is-.er.-'  couraging owners of other claims in  Copper   camp to hope that attention  will now be directed anew to the camp,,  which has some very big showings, and  which has not yet had anything- like  the quantity of development work done  in it that, with such promising indications,   it   appears   to   merit.'   Should  smelter returns from the King Solomon*  ore be as high as it is confidently expected they  will be, there should be  no difficulty in inducing moneyed men  to take hold of some of the other claims  in     the   camp     and    develop    them  thoroughly.        '  ASTOUNDED THE EDITOR.  Editor S. A. Brown, of Bennettsville,  S. C, was once immensely surprised.  "Through long suffering from Dyspepsia," he writes, "my wife was  greatly run down. She had 110 strength  or vigor and suffered great distress  from her stomach, but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once,  and, after using four bottles, she is  entirely well, can eat anything. It's a  grand tonic, and its gentle laxative  qualities are splendid for torpid liver. "  For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite,  Stomach and Liver troubles, it's a positive guaranteed cure. Only 50c at J.  L. White's, Miller Bros., or W. E.  Anderson's.  TENDERS  WANTED.  HEADQUARTERS  for the new authorized  SCHOOL BOOKS  ALSO  Scribblers, Exercise Books,  Slates, Pencil Boxes,  Cat-yons, Lead Pencils, etc.  }    J, I*. C��L*ES  ii    l-ook?.   Stationery,   Wall   Taper,   Etc   C  ���S#$<!��tt#$0#$$*-&###**"��$-i-#*��**<HS-  9  9  *  ft  ��  ft  "J.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft.  ft  ft  ft  9  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ftft  ft  Tenders will be Received for  Sinking Shaft at Mother Lode  Mine.  For particulars apply at  General Office of  B. C. COPPER COMPANY,  MINERAL ACT, 189C.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. ������.:-.  "QUEEN OF SHEBA" mineral claim, situate  in the Kettle River M.nii-jr-.ivisiou of Yals  District. "Where located : In Cn^iicr  camp, adjoining the ���'Jumho" and "JJar(|Hl\,  Hala" mineral claims.  TAKE NOTICE that wo, Thomas Mc-  Doiui*;*!, of Greenwood In the said district  I'fee ���Mliift.'si ���CcrUilcaVo . No. B, 40,302 and  William C.ralitu.i McMyiin. of the same  place, Free Miner's Certificate No. B .0,601, intend sixty days from the date hcrevf, to apply  lo the Miniiifj Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further  tal.e notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. "  Dated this 10th dav bf Aug-nst. 1901.  THOMAS  McDONNELt.  "W. G. McMYNN.  /. P. ARMSTRONG  PROPRIETOR.  The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary   District   mines   during   August   to   28th  inclusive, so far as has been ascertained from the mines is as under:  AVNE. -TONS.-  .    Old" Ironsides and Knob Hill Group ��� -��� ; ��� - - -������������������ 19,287  /Mother Lode .-��� ... -������-���- .7.............  6.432  B. C -.- '..... :....... .'..'. :  '.-2,330  . R. Bel! ��� ..y. :.       1 20  Sunset .....:.... :...,.,. ....-  300  Snowshoe -������ .--��� .'..- ������ : ��� ,  50  No. 7 ��� ��������� --: :��� - ,,...'... ,..:..........:.....:.......: 240  Total-.:.:.. -  .*..-..: -~:~ :...:.: ��� - ���- ���:-:--��� ��� - - 28.759  Shipments during 19.00 and for 7 months of current year ended duly 31. were as follows:  inst.  1900  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group ��� --- 64.535  B. C.-.-v -. ���.-.���..'.*. : :��� ..- ...-.- - v ��� �����..-.- 19.494  /Aother Lode -- - -- ���- ��� '-.--- -������ - ~- 5.564  City of Paris-- -.--..: -.-- ��� ..-��� :.:.,....................... 9,000  Golden Crown- .'..............., ���. :'. .-.....,.:. ���.������....- 2.240  Winnipeg- - * *...-.'. -.-.-��� *���:���--- ���.-- .....*���...--.......-.  1 .1 00  Athelstan - - :- ������ ��� ---- -- - ���---���;��� ...........  1 .200  Carmi ��� --��� - ----- ��� -������������-.��� ��� - '-'- - - ---.    ���  Snowshoe --- ���-��� .........y..................:.......��� ���- .:...............  Brooklyn -������--. ���- ��� -������. ������������-"��� --��� ���--��� ���--   dowel ������'��� '��� - ---'��� ������ - ������������-- ��� ��� .���....���. ���  r. Bell-.-.���- *.-' - ; ��������� :.������....:, :- -- - -- -<-���  No. 7-: ���..-.���,-.������.-..,., ...... : - ..,..: ���-: ---.-���..  Sundry shipments --- - ��� ���������. ��� - -.- '���-'- ������ ; -  Total- - -..':. - -- ��� - '.-'. --- ���- ,..-���-.  97.78  Grand Total to date��� ��� - ���.������ -.- -      7  338  150  160  1 .ooo  1901  1 2S.489  30,341  48,070  50  550  885  320  360  205  5oo  209.770  336.3o 1  ��  Anaconda.  ��ft������ft��ft��ftft#��,����##��������##ft#*  ��  ��  ft  ft  9  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft1  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  MINEEAL   ACT.  To Randolph Stuart, J. C. Haas, I. H. Hallett,  Walter D'Eath and others concerned:  TAKE NOTICE that I have caused to be  done on the Diamond Joe, Doubtful, May Day  and Deer Trail mineral claims, situated in  Greenwood camp, in the Kettle River mining  division of Yale district, the work required by  Section 24 of the Mineral Act, lor the year which  has expired, and have expended for such work  and for recording the certificates thereof the  sum of four hundred and fifteen dollars ($115.00);  and if at the expiration of ninty days from the  date of the first publication of this notice, you  fail to contribute your -proportion of such ex  penditure, namely, Randolph Stuart, .1. C. Haas,  I. II. Hallett and other parties interested, the  sum of ?83.00.for one-fifth interest in said mineral claims, and Walter D'Eath, the sum of  ?S3.00 for a one-fifth interest in said mineral  claims, together with all costs of advertising  your interest in said mineral claims shall be  liable to forfeiture, as provided by the "Mineral  Act Amehdment Act, 1900"  Date.*! this 12lh day of June, 1901.  Joitx W   Powell.  Erect Form  THE "W. B. ERECT FORM"  embodies those cardinal truths of" Corset making which  the designer has striven to reach since the days of  Elizabeth.     It is the logical perfection of the Corset idea, *  hygienic, graceful, exquisite it its lines,  It is positively the only proper model for straight ��  form and princess gowns.  x:  <**y*  For grace and style of figure  For perfect ease and comfort  No Corset equals the  "W B" and "La Vida"  To Be Had at  SPOKANE FALLS & KORTHERIf  RAILWAY COMPANY.  KELSON & FT. SHEPPARB,  '      " ' i  RAILWAY COMPANY.       jj  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY- CQMPA}  The only all rail route  between  points east, west and south to Roa  land, - Kelson ��� and    intermedial  points;   connecting-   at Spokanf  with ' the    Great    Northern,  -Northern Pacific and O. R.  &   N.   Companis.  11  Connects at Rossland with Canidian^  Pacific Ry. for Boundary poiip.   |,  Connects at Myers Falls withj stag:  daily for Republic.  __ _'' _____ Ji 1'  _j-i  Buffet   Service   on    trains   between  Spokane and Northport.  s  Effective may 5th. 1901  LEA.VB DAY TRAIN  9:00 a. m Spokane.  12:50 a. m....:. Rossland  9:15 a. m Nelson.  ARRIVJ  ..7:35 p in.  ..4:10 p nf.  .7:15 p'ml  H. A. Jacksos-,  General Passenger Agent.  tt����#��#��#e#��'������0ft��#-Q.aft#-����-����  * *  �� B. F- LESTER *  "ft.. ,     ���     ���     ' .'        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