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 .*-   -. '���.>���- J.  ������ ������llwMlsi|^^  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD. -B. C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBFR 6, 1901.  No. 47  THE SUNSET  FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND TONS  OF ORE ABOVE 100-FOOT LEVEL.  A. FEW  FIGURES  GIVEN  To Show What Us in Sieht in the  Deadwood Camp Mine���Improvements  Projected���The  Sunset Smelter. ���  $��#$a#ft90##ft��#$*��#*$��###$$��#ft##��*8��9^  There is sufficient ore about tbe 100-  foot level on the Sunset mine, in Dead-  wood camp, to keep a 500-ton smelter  running1 continuously for over two  years. Development work to date has  demonstrated that there are approximately 400,000 tons of ore above this  level.   Two hundred feet south-east of  ��� the main working- shaft a crosscut was  started through the Sunset hill. This  crosscut began in ore and continued  ..acrosstlie ledge for a distance of 120  feet. From this crosscut was taken  the greater portion of the 350 tons shipped last week to the Nelson smelter.  From the centre of the ledge to the  apex of the hill a 50-foot upraise was  made, and this is all in ore. Immediately below this upraise a winze was  sunk to the 100-foot level from the  working shaft. This winze is of course  100 feet deep, and is all in ore. Midway between the surface crosscut  mentioned and the 100-foqt level, an  intermediate level has been started  and the .ore body crosscut jtiorth .and  south. The ore body has been traced  underground a distance of 360 feet.  Mathematicians   can   now   figure the  ��� quantity of ore in a body 360 feet long,  120 feet wide and with a depth of 150  feet, mf ning men allowing 16 cubic feet  for a ton of ore.  The old tunnel run years ago on the  Sunset is on the 100-foot level. It is  being widened out so as to permit two  tracks being laid. From this level  raises about 35 feet apart are being  made through the ore. to the intermediate level. The station on the 100-foot  level is being enlarged to control the  cars, and a new cage is being placed in  -.the other compartment of the shaft so  that the ore may be expeditiously  handled. The ore above the. surface  ��� crosscut will be taken ont that way and  "loaded"c^t--^  ���below will be sent through chutes to the  .100-foot level and hoisted from, there  ���through the working shaft. On the  200-foot level a dri��t has been run south  300 feet From the breast of the drift  an upraise has been run-through the  ore. The ore will be mined on the 200-  .foot level'iii-a similar way to  that on  ft.  9  *  *  9  *'  *  Dt-  Dk.  *.  '"*.'  *  *  tt  tt*  ��  BUFFALO,   N.   Y.   Sept,   6.���President  McKinley was  shot  by  a  music.  Two shots took effect in his  is how at  the hospital  at the Pan-  stranger this afternoon at the temple of  stomach and his condition is serious. He  American   grounds. ,,.y. '  .Later-���The' President was shot "by Fred Naaman of Detroit who  was shaking hands with him at the time; ;Naaman gives no reason for his  act.    One   is   a   flesh  wound   and  the other is not as serious as was first  wound  /'y'. ���"���'7'.7--  reported.    The President may recover  Si*** *#*# a* W*#** ��tt*^  CELEBRATION  GREENWOOD   LABOR   DAY   CELEBRATION A BIG SUCCESS.  LARGE CROWD PRESENT  The Events Were Keenly Contested  and all Enjoyed Themselves���The  Winners of Different Events.  the 100-foot, 'that is by means of upraises, the ore. being hoisted through  the shaft.: .;7 "..'-.-���  The rapid'development work of the  last few njionths and the large tonnage  iri sight induced the management to  increase the plant. The compressor  is being remodelled and put in' shape  for sufficient drills to control the required output. An order has been  placed with the Jenckes Machine company for the.manufacture and; supply  of a doublehoisting engine to handle  the double cages tliat are being placed  in the shaft. The new hoist is a. 14x20  double cylinder, double drum engine,  fitted with Laines' patent clutches, cut  gears and rawhide pinions. The drums  will be 48 inches lorig.and 72 inches in.  diameter. It is to be delivered on the  cars at Sherbrooke early, in November  and should be installed before the first  of.the year. The order , includes .750.  feet of inch cable for each drum, ropes,  ore cars and other requirements forthe  increased hoisting capacity, that will  be thus provided. Its capacity is. 1,000  tons a day. The necessary power will  be furnished by the two SO-horse power  boilers already installed at the. mine.  The boiler capacity will, be increased  as required.  The railway contractors are rushing  the 800-foot spur that is being constructed to provide adequate shipping  facilities from the ore bunkers. The  grading is about; completed, some of  the track is laid and the whole should  be completed within 10 days.,  John Robertson, the weli.known  architect, is_at__the..Sunset, preparing  ifhportance. A Times repesentative  interviewed Mr. A. A. Munroe of the  Montreal & Boston Copper company  who is at present at the mine. "We  are going to build a smelter" he said  ".We have decided to retain all the prof-  fit .there is in the business and the  Sunset justifies us in arranging for the  construction of the smelter immediately  Where will we build? well that depends.  Personally I favor Greenwood. I like  the town. It is convenient to the mine  and there are "suitable sites available.  And we have been- offered inducements  to go to Cascade arid as.it. is a business  proposition with us we must go where  it will best suit our interests. As. Greenwood has already shown a willingness  to bonus a smelter we see nc good reason why we should be overlooked simply  because our.mirie is .near.-.the .city. I  can say however that the smelter y. ill  be built."  FRED KAISER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL  EHOLT, HELD-UP  BY THREE MASKED MEN  Who   Secured   Cash   and   Valuable  Jewellery���No Clue to the  ���AND-  UNI0N JACK  CANADIAN ENSIGN  IRISH STANDARD  U.S. STARS and STRIPES  ETC. ETC.  ALL SIZES.  "���These flags are in particularly showy  colors. We also have a choice line of  tissue paper garlands���just right for  ���decorations.  You can save money by buying your  flags and decorations from  IITH ft-  "���"VA.  '-BOOKS, STATIONERY,  ���J, PAPER.  ���.-���������-<���:���   ^yPUonfeV. &N.34.  H  plans and getting out estimates for the  large number of improvements that  Will be undertaken this fall. These include ore bunkers with a capacity of  2,000 tons and a large'boarding house,  the plans of which show as handsome  a building as can be found anywhere.  The main building is two and a half  stories, with a 50-foot frontage and 30  feet deep. A 38x18 kitchen is attached.  The main dining room for the men is  33x30. There is a private dining  room 12x16, a reading room 12x16 and  steward's sleeping room. On the  second floor are commodious bedrooms  for the office staff, bath room, office,  linen closet and all modern conveniences. The building will be plastered  throughout and when finished will present a very handsome appearance. The  present buildings will be utilized for  sleeping apartments for the men.  A dynamo, with a capacity of ISO  lights, has been ordered and will be installed as quickly as possible, to light  the mine and the various buildings.  The assay oflice.at.the mine is well  equipped. It is in charge of Malcolm  Galbraith, a graduate of McGill University.  It may be added that a glory hole is  being opened up on the Crown Silver  an adjoiniug'property belonging to the  company. The glory hole is in ore of  good quality. The Sunset spur will be  continued around the hill to the Crown  Silver property so that the ore may be  loaded from bunkers beneath the glory  hole to the cars. Air machine drills will  be installed in the glory hole so that a  large tonnage can be secured from  this source. The railway spur will also  swing round the hill to reach the shaft  house on top so as to make it conveient  to receive coal and other supplies.  ". THE  SMEWER."  rWitfi the miiie in position to main-  t'ain-7ja^largeyand steady output, the  qj-estitrii 6jt*irea.tmeat is one of great  tyt-iS-iM.^ -'./OK. ������>���-': ������������ .;      .-..-������  Robbers,  About ten o'clock last Tuesday night  Chief Provincial Constable Win. G.  McMynn received a report by telephone  from Fred Kaiser, Eholt, to the effect  that his Commercial hotel had a few  minutes before been entered by three  men, masked and armed, who had  robbed him and others of. all the money  and other valuables the roobers had  been able to* get hold of.  Unfortunately the information came  just too late for outside police officers  to be notified of thc robbery that night  for both telephoneand telegraph oflices  at Grand Forks and other points it was  desired to communicate with had already been closed. However Mr. McMynn at once sent men out to endeavor  to get on the trail of the robbers, but  without their meeting with any success.  The particulars of the occurance vary  a little in detail, but it is gathered that  about 9:45 on the night in question  three masked men, of tall, medium and  short stature respectively, entered the  bar of the hotel through the frontdoor.  There were in the bar at the time Mr.  Kaiser and three others and these were  told to throw up their hands. One of  them treated the matter as a "josh",  but a hard tap on the head from a gun  made him promptly change his opinion  and comply with the preemptory order.  Two railway men sitting in the adjoining office aud two others in the  dining room-were brought into the bar  and made to line up with the rest- The  pockets of all were gone through and  all money taken, together with one  or two watches- Then Mr. Kaiser was  told to open the safe standing- in the  corner-of the bar, and this he did-without hesitation, several loaded revolvers  persuasive. In a very few minutes the  safe had .been rifled, cash and. Mrs.  Kaiser's gold watch arid chain, having  been taken, whilst cheques. and other  property not safely negotiable were  left on the floor. Mr. Kaiser was likewise relieved of a valuable diamond  ring, a diamond breast pin- and his  gold watch. The contents of the cash  register were taken, too, and then with  four bottles of champagne and a couple  of whiskey, "to drink on the road", as  was remarked by one of the robbers,  the unwelcome visitors having first  warned their victims that anyone showing himsalf outside the door Whilst they  were within shooting distance .would  be fired al, backed out of the front door  and disappeared as mysteriously as  they had appeared.  A. story is told that a C...P. R. engineer, under orders to, report at Nelson, had that afternoon received some  $400 wliich, together-with a valuable  gold watch he had on him. He was  proceeding to Kaiser's hotel but stopped across the street about 70 3-ards  awn.j-to.light a cigar. Having some  difficulty in doing so he struck several  matches, in succession. Just after  getting a light he observed three men  holding revolvers, come out of the  hotel, when they were joined by a  fourth man who had been slowly walking up aud down iu front of the hotel,  and the quartette made up the hill at  the back of the town. His escape from  being robbed was therefore a narrow  one.  -  The booty the robbers secured was  -^sti-Siited at_ajbott_$^^  S400 having been in cash and three  gold watches, gold chain, the diamond  jewellery mentioned above and other  valuables. So.far no trace of the robbers has been discovered.    .'.-'  Perfect weather, a jolly crowd bent  on having a good day's sport and a,  diversified programme:of events..com- '  bined to make the initial Labor Day  celebration in Greenwood a great  success. From the starting of the parade until the close of the day's proceedings by the miners' ball in the  evening, there was not one unpleasant  feature. There ~aa ��:'--_ ������� t^n. .-��--_  atious delays'in pulling off the events*  particularly the machine drilling contest," but these are to be found at every  celebration. The visitors were many.  Deadwood camp poured all its residents  into the city, leaving no one to guard  its treasure vaults. Midway, too, was  well represented as was , also the  country as far west as Similkameen.  Then Eholt and Summit camp came  with their famous drillers, all. enthusiastic in their confidence that the B. C.  inen would win.  The Grand Forks contingent was a  disappointment. On Dominion Day���  a day which Greenwood was in. the  habit of celebrating in the past,' arid  which this j-ear was abandoned in order  that the people of Greenwood, would"  have an opportunity to visit the prairie  city���there was a large number of  citizens went to Grand Forks. Not  more than a dozen Grand Forkers  could be found iri Greenwood on Labor  Day. However there was a big and  jolly crowd here without them.  Before the celebration, there waa  some criticism directed against' the  stnalluess of the purses, but the result  demonstrated the wisdom of the committee iu so arranging the programme.  The competitors in the. drilling were  all practical miners; there were no  professionals.' They drilled for all  that was in them, won their prizes and  sE��________!i_l^__m��_^^  same may be said regarding the horse  racing.    There was no jockeying or  TO FIGHT AT GRAND FORKS.  Dal. Hawkins, of San Francisco,  champion lightweight of the Pacfic  Coast, and Koolgardie Smith who was  a resident of Greenwood last spring are  stated to have signed articles for a 20  round glove contest to take place at  Grand Forks on Saturday 21st inst.     -.  A press despatch from Grand Forks  announces that the will be governed cy'  .Marquis of Quecnsberry rules, under  the auspices of the Grand Forks  Athletic association. The stakes are  S 1.000, seventy per cent and twenty-  five per cent of the gate receipts to winner and loser respectively. Both men  who wiil go into training at once, have  posted forfeits of one hundred dollars  a side. The referee is to be mutually  agreed upon. Koolgardie Smith is an  Australian with a record of over fifty*  victories in the prize ring.  Hawkins is now staying at the Hotel  Armstrong and will train here for this  event.  ��� Mrs. Hutchens, wife of the superintendent of the Mother -l,ode mine left  by last Tuesday morning's train on a  week's visit to friends in Rossland.  R. A. C. McXally,"  representative of tj-j  ufacturing co*__pa,  over from Ro:  British Columbia  -a  Jas. Cooper Man-  Of Montreal,  is  looking up busi  ness for his com;  Provincial Gft��$tablej D. J. Darraugh  is reported fr^rfrfPfcoerii-s. to be slow  vexatious delays that are usually found  when professional turf men get .on the  track. Local men rode their own horses  and rode them honestly,, furnishing  plenty of entertainment for spectators''   "  ���..���'-���' THE-.PARADE.-���-: ���--���-'-������-��� ������"-*'  The parade;was a splendid "success.*.  Led by the Midway band, who through- ;  out   the   day   furnished   really   good  music-   the  labor  organizations   and  many floats marched through the principal streets of thc city.    The Miners*  Union were out in full.force and looked  a splendid body of men.    They had  their   banners; and   mottoes,   among  which   were  noticed   "A   Fair   Day's  Pay for a Fair Day"s Work"   "Eight  Hour's   Work,   Eight    Hour's   Sleep,  Eight Hour's Recreation."   Tlic Typographical,   Barbers', Carpenters'  and  -other unions were represented.   The  first prize for float was awarded to  the  Greenwood - Fire    Department,    who  spent much time and labor in decorating their wagon and  fire, team,   The  display was a creditable one,  showing  good taste and judgment.    The second  was won by the Miners'  Union, who  had a powerful four-horse team hauling  a long wagon and steam boiler.   On  the   wagon   were   several miners engaged in steam aud hand drilling. The  members   of Greenwood Union,   who  got up the float, were materially assisted by R. P. Williams, of the Jenckes  Machine company, who furnished the  drills and boiler and who also furnished  the drill for the machine drilling.  The  third place was won by- Senierad, wLo  neatly displayed his wares, the float  being further ornamented by a picturesque Jehu    and    rtfo    pretty   little  in the hangis.pf those requiring him to  perforrn-mis little office proving  ���i-it&^jittvsxxaavzxfxiitrutsea*--  I  -����&.  tM.  -.'ir.f^^m  recovering firs^artlteracttte -attacic   inflammaf^ty rbjpuniatisui from tvhicb  he   has  beV_n 'Suffering: severely $0?  very j several wee  ss  -qra&Vsa^mer h��u-_e*��r-mea-^_i^_��tar-  -r.t���.   ____________     ....����� ��� _       . ���___. ��g        ,~Jj.i.. $-^7l^7^l3S%_i  ri?"'aje 2-  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  "PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  *E  .ETT & SHAW,  s._.s_-tsters,' solicitors,  .Notaries Public. .  <Ci.it/lx.-A<l.iras% :   "hallett."  f-i ....... * 'Stt-forU M'NeiU's Grbenv/cob,  v...._..i,-v -j .Ooreiii'.- 'iN'e-d's B# c>  V ��-s_b��.'s.  !-_.��;_ _T_.._.-.I_TT. n. c. SHAW.  g&SZfNGLE & WHITESIDE,  '   l*!.-RRisTnas and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  *:��K_i_-;sr Qrrex Ba.:ilc of Montreal, Greeuwood.  j;$$&LEOD & BROWN  !-..'_._-RISTEKS AND SOLICITORS,  Notaries Public, Etc  -��.7ffi__s-_: "-Tadon-Flood bloc!.. Copper s.reet,  Greeuwood, "B.C. *  ���X_r.S5-.Xa*_vw. . J. P. McLeod.  gSZXSi&BES M. KERBY, C.E'  Provincial Land Surveyor.  ��� QapaSiavc: <Ji_ee_-wood, B. C.      :.'..'..       ���  ..r&BX Sm.-A. Unsworth's Store, Midway,' B. C.  ,!t$Z?rMf��� GROVES,  ���-"Civre, and Miming Engineer  , . Provincial Land Surveyor.  ...   :, <greenWOOD, B.C.  _!aS53joM}_-.'e_-ims Reported npon.-���"'���:  ��� ,    Underground Surveys.  ^M&RLES AE. SHAW.  *- -CtviL Engineer.  '-'���   Dominion    and J Provincial  ". {Lan�� Surveyor.  KSSmEtENWOOD. ��� .s.     .-      .-.    :���   B.   C.  ���JS8&&ER <& ASHCROFT,  '",���-��������� Provincial Land Surveyors  JMlnine and Civil Engineering.  ���NSE__��ss____ Claim*: Surveyed and Ccpwn Granted  &-U-d and���Engineering- Surveys  ��� ���-���<%z_..s-.<-��Er_i!_-c;e., p.l.s.       a. e. ashcroft ce ,p.ls  ^'JOiCOUVER GREENWOOD  ''V&+TW&.   SHotitt,   next  door   to    Custom J office.  ���greenwood, b. c.  HER BEADING...  ���^-*W^W.O^W.'>w-^-'WA^A��/-'W'\w��^^  "-__Tg* all the popular authors imcltiding  A&nzxZia. E. Barrr,  RosaN. Carey,  Beatrice Harreden,  Florence Warden,  Ex-dl Calne,  Charles Russell,  Walter Besant,  Marie Corelli,  ..���^aft-jasy Hope,  B...J. Stevenson,  "Tf. Heinbury,  .-.-_=._-^.^_^-^_____--_^__i____^���^^rl.-ti  ���and 200 others.  72S cents for first book  and 10 cents exchange-  LA. KING & C��  M. I). Miller was starter and the judges  were Mayor Jakes and M. H. Kane.  Those winning first and second place  in the different event follow:      -  100 yard ���dash���F. J.. Mitchell, C.  Wilson.  . 220 yard dash���F.  J.  Mitchell,  Jno.  Lynch.  Boys'race���Jno. Ferguson, C. Rtis-  s.ll.  Girls' rr.ce���Carrie Stalling, Eflie  March.  Bicycle race���B. Mclntyre, E. Dill.  The bicycle nice for the championship  cup was won in the same order. This  gives the cup to Mclntyre.  DRILLING.  After considerable delay in making  arrangements, the machine drilling  contest took place near the Electric'  light station. Thc steam was furnished from the boiler iu the power house  and the drill used was a new one .supplied by the Canadian Rand Drill Co.  The drill .being 'new worked hard at  first and this militated against tlie  the B. C. .men, Geo. McKenzie and  Alex. McFarlane, who in casting lots  had to take first place. Thej- drilled  42 7-8 inches in the 13y. minutes. All  teams began with everything loose and  had to erect drill and arrange everything; within that time. The winning  teatn was C. Goldworthy and Wai.  Chynoweth, of the Mother Lode mine,  who drilled 43 1-S inches. The other  team. Young and Shovel, from the  Mother Lode, drilled 31 3-4 inches. In  the drilling for middle-weights William Tallon and W. Jean were easily  the victors. Tallon has not lost any  of his old time skill iri handling hammer and drills and^in Jean he has a  crackerjack partner. In the-language  of the miner, from start to finish they  did pretty, work, drilling 28 1-4 inches  in hard granite in ten minutes. OvY-.sr.g-  to the lateness of the hour,- drilling the  upper hole was abandoned. Steve  McCarthy and Alex. McFarlane won  second money with 20 5-8 inches, and  Chynoweth and Shovel were third. In  drilling for heavy-weights, Tallon and  his partner Durham were victorious,  Jean and O'Brien being second and  McCarthy aud McFarlane - third.  Iudges: R. Hutchens, R. Anderson and  R. P. Williams.  HORSE  RACING.  Owing to the drilling taking place at  the same time, the crowd ot the race  track to witness the horse races was  not so large as it otherwise would have  been but those who were there had a  good time. The horses were all local  and there was no jockeying. The races  were close and sometimes exciting.  There were some surprises. D. C. Mc-  Rae's saddle horse exhibited great  speed and easily won the race for  owners up. The free for all was won  by H. Stoecke, while "Mrs." Stoecke  won the race for lady riders. J. J.  Flood wOn first plaoe in the pony race,  Fungus being second. McRae's horse  also won first place in the 6C0   yard  dash. The second place in the free for  all was won by C. Bubar. anti C.  Cawston won second place in the saddle horse race. Judges: Thos McAuley,  D. Banner-man and A. Ferguson.  Starter: J. Sutherland.  FIREMEN'S    RACES.  Greenwood fire boys easily captured  the purse for the hub-and-hub race  against Trail. In the wet test Greenwood again won first money. A team  from the Mother Lode mine exhibited  speed and ability to make the necessary  coupling, winning from Trail by a  fraction of a second.  Iu the evening the Greenwood Fire  Department eutertained the visitors in  their quarters'at the city hall. ''  THE GRAND BALL.  The ball in the evening under the  auspices of the Greenw.ood Miners'  Union was a great success. There was  an unusually large crowd present. The  music, furnished by ��� members of the  Midway band, was excellent. Supper was served by the ladies of the  R. C. church.  CELEBRATION NOTES.  The Midway band is all right. The  boys play well and were always willing  to tunc up. .'���'..'.  The Corntsh wrestling.in the evening  furnished plenty of amusement.- Thev  victor was Ed. Craze. .  Alderman Donaldson and City Clerk  Bower were among the few representatives/from Grand Fork*.  The Trail boys had hard luck but  they are good fellows and their visit  here was much appreciated.  Chief McLaren looked well in his  uniform, but he had little to do. The  hoys .were all good natured and orderly.  Frederic Keffer and S. F. Parrish  were among the mining meai-who' were  here to see their boys enjoy themselves.  Mr. Turner, of the Columbia telephone office, Grand Forks came over to  i see the people he has been halloaing  with in the Metropolis.  Jno. G. Sullivan and a big party  came over from Trail. Mr. Sullivan is  k*pt busy this summer with the con-  stsuction o.f the Lardeau railway.  A number went up to see. the figM  in Phoenix. Upon their return they  coKgratulated the Greenwood committee upon theirJIwisdom in passing th��*  figkt up to the dinner bucket town  The Carpenters Union raffled the  summer house they had in tne parade.  The kioky ticket was No. 52 held by H.  G. Ceperly the well known iinsurance  man who was a visitor in the city during ti��e celebration.  * - *.  I X F. J. MITCHELL X |  ��       * ,       - ��� *  BOR CELEBRATION  /{Continued from Page i.)  r��Hl��E_-j_ty and neatness of construction  -sdaxOTfed. that Greenwood carpenters are  .-���rin2J<t_d handicraftsmen. The E'khorn  iSa-ewrcry, P. Burns & Co., Mr. Archi*  *fc-__��_* Jci-d-otiViers had floats in the par-  :c_-jc But the most unique part of the  ;uc-zr__J__-. �����"." Jakey'fi band. Jake Bar-  --aE-i was iu Cariboo in '58, visited every  ..-joistiair camp onjthe Pacific slope since  vik-Kt'tsHie, made fortunes and lost them  :___-��_. S_fi_-.llj- landed in Greenwood where  k'foe ���earns his own living and where  <.~_=��_r-->t>3dy kuows and likes him, the  '���.V��-Z. Serty-niner is as happy as if he had  ���rjneSjispeut half a century in searching  v'-fc-r lie illusive yellow metal. Jakey  '.__<_-*-_*��� young, too, and he likes to give  t-ce: iv-ys���the small boys���a good  ���Jt-Tj-.e. He marshalled them for Labor  t��Fiz._\ .-.tied them out in gaudy uniforms  ;r__-_t_ th-ey hauled their Long Tom and  ��� '__r>��-i'. their gun with a zeal that would  ^-a-e-.r-f.-Jit to real soldiers. One young  i'Tf.ilrev astride a sleepy looking donkey  ��.��a__-fitted out as thc prospector from  * :'j?--___iiwood. Some of the little fellows  ���<"5��a:5o4stretches of canvas on v.ii.ch  v-sea. pencilled scenes of the dajs of  ��-��>_-aw-*! the days of gold. The judges  <--_" r.._e parade were Mayor Jakes. J. W.  ~ittsjf).->:i ."nd A. W. S.trLckia-.-i.  ATHLETIC SPOR;-.  _:->'��;��� -rKemen could be f_; nd <in the  <:S;- *_._-\*i the log cho-5pi_Tg'c-5iitest' nail  *���-.���* ?/e-_ "jane'an ed.    Iii the. siUalL-Siwrj-s  ��_^    :-*-"'-���~��   %; *    .,,*b-  -��^fe&-*&__5  9  ��  ��  ��  9  '��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  o  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  ft  9  9  9  is  fil-  tn.  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of   the  most fashionable  pattern which have  just arrived.  The Biggest and best  assortment of Fall Suit.*  ings ever brought into  the Boundary.  X   X  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��-  ��  ��  ��  ftft  ��  ��  ��  ftft  ��  ��  ftft  ��  ��  ��  e  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  9  ft  ft  9  9  ��  ft  ftft  ��  ft  ft  ft  AN   APPROPRIATE   SEAL.  The Tecently incorporated town of  Trail has received its seal, which is a  very appropriate design. The device  is the Trail smelter, with ore cars in  the foreground. "Gold Must be "Bried  by^Fire,?' is the mot to, "Smelting;-and  Refinisng." the industrial title, aad ori  the ribbon are the words "Seal of the  Corporation of the City of Trail.'* The  mottos. and designs are suggestions of  a local alderman and one of th�� city  official*..  :THE:^w~-  Copper Street.  MEALS AT ALT. HOURS  PRIVATE   ROOMS  FOR   LADIES.  TRY  OUK   COFFER.  Warner & tPittock,    :    drop's.  A Full Line of Photograi^iic'  Goods Always in Stock, zz-z-y ������  Films; Mounts, Plates, Tripods,  Cameras, Etc., Etc.,.   :    :   :   :  Agents For The Celebrated East-  . ��� \ . erri Kodak Company.   :   :   :    ::  Sole Agents For The B. C, Assay fc  ��� .."-. Che-nica^Subply Co., Vancouver, B^C_  , '..*> DIRECT IMPORTERS OF .** '<<>.'  ASSAYERS   AND MILL   SUPPLIES    -:-    WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE.  STOCK OF ALL APPARATUS .REQUIRED IN YOUR ASSAY OFFICE.  SOLE AGENTS FOR "BATTERSEA-'  CRUCIBLES etc, AND BRAUNS PAT-  tt 1111 oiir mb:  F.N'J  Q AS(1LINE CGViBIl- AT 7>N A SSAI" Ft SNACES.  M BOTTLING WORKS. .7  GREENWOOD* and GRAND FORKS.  jjfeg^^A^ Mlw Klggs, of^Cartonated ^BevemiSRS,  SoleAs-entsfor THE:LIOWEftEWSNG CO.. Rossland. B. C  The largest Brewery In British Columbia,  JAS. McCIHEATH& CO., Proprietors.  TO SAVE HER CHILD.  From frightful disfigurement Mrs.  Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,  applied; Bttcklen's Arnica Salve to  great sores on her head and face, and  writes, its quick cure exceeded all her  Hopes.. It works wonders in sores,  Bruises,. Skiu eruptions, Cut3, Burns,  Scalds a>nd Piles. 25c. Cure guaranteed by J. L. White, Miller Bros., and  *W. E. Anderson, druggists.  y*>.y--it_^  THE TAILOR  W *t\.     "X Jtt     -m 4ul rs-J _  *��� '   "*~     *        -     *   *��.       i. v* ~t Mat  -���'.-_--    .. ������       x*      --"--.   --      _���  - H---_l . ��-.  M0TICE  NOTICE is hereby given that Phoenix Livery Barn and Stage Line was  purchased from me by Bloomfield &  Dunbar, on June 26th last. All accounts owing to that date are to be paid  to Bloomfield & Dunbar, who assume  all liabilities of the said business.  44���V? GEO. "Wemavood.  MINERAIi ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  AND  TRUST CO,; LIMITED LIABILITY.  REPRESENTING:  PHOENIX FIRE  ASSURANCE CO.,  OF .I.ONDO-*��, ENGLAND.  WESTERN ASSURANCE  CO., of Toronto.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  OFTORONTO��  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON* ENGI,AND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  OF TORONTO.  ~i      ���       ���       :        Manager  GEO. R NADEN.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKH0RN BREWERY  RAMPAT.O and SILVER LUMP Mineral  Claims situati. in the Kettle River Miniiifr  Division of Yale District. Where located :  On the Xorth Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE KOTICE that I, John McLatchie of  isolson. actiny as airent for A. Silla, Free'  Miner.s CertificateNo. ii. 52,"22. Adam Scaia,  Free Miner's Certificate No. I! 32.30.. am! Lewis  Scala, Free Mi tier's Cera licate No. E32,3oif. intern!, sixty days froai the date hereof, to apply  to ilie HiiiinjrRecorder fi>r .Certificates of Improvement'*, for the purpose of obtaining- Crown  'rran*.s of the above claims-  " And further take notice that actiou,  under  section 37. must be commenced before the is-  .u,;uro_ al such Certificaie of Imprqireiflreins.-��� -  :   Dated tliiv 17th day of Aufrust, A. D. iSto,     ���>  .    John McLatchie. l?<i.Sf,jf-*:  \    PORTMAN BROS, & CO,^  Proprietors.  ASK FOR  ~JThe EikliornLager Beer Contains only-PureMalt"J^ojsrTry-".^  lililigi kept on Draught os ia Bottles by a!lfthe leading HM   C  mfmrn ��-Ki��!asWAlBSSi**d^fibt.ijf  -���',r_  'i;  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  P-igfe  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  .To:  D. R. Camjfcell and A. C. McKenzie. late of  ;      Greenwood in the Kettle River Mining Division of the Province of British Coluibbla,  and to any other person or persons interest-  ���; ed or claiming any title to the "Queen Bess"  ,      mineral claim, situate in Long Lake Camp  i   "(formerly called Gold Drop Camp,];In the  7   'said Kettle Rlver.MiningDivision.  ."������   You are hereby-iotified that Frank B.'Goet-  ter of Colville. Wash.', U,. S. A., and "VV. G. Mc-  vMyiin, of Greenwood aforesaid, have expended  ' in labour and  Improvements the  sum of one  - hundred dollars upon the said "Queen Bess"  vju'tneral claim, and $2.50 for recording- the same  :as -will appear bv a Certificate of   -Work recorded ou the I3th June, 1901, in the office of the  '"-_.iiili.jf recorder of  said Mining- Division  at  ��� Greeuwood aforesaid, in order tn hold the said  'clolm under the provisions of section 24 of thc  "MineraJ  Act",  such   being-  the amount  required and necessary to hold the said claim for  the year ending- the Ist day of July, 1.01; and  if at thc cxpjnulon of ii 1 it ty days of publication  of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute  your proportion of  llie expenditure  required  under the said suction 24of  the "'Mineral Act",  toHrether with all costs of advertising, your  interest in said claim shall become vested in  thc said Frauk B. Goettcrand W. G. McMynn  tyonr co-owners] under section 4of the "Mineral  Act Amendment Act 1900".  Dated ot Greenwood, aforesaid, this Sth day  of August, A. D., r>01.  FRANK B.GOETTER,  *VV. G. McMYNN.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To J. A. Drain and C. Hoffman, both of the  City of Spokane in tbe State of Wash-.  -. lag-ton.  Sirs :..  You are hereby notified lhat I have expended  SiOO.OO ih labor and improvements on the "Alice  Maud" Mineral Claim situate in Smith's camp  In. the Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale  District iu British Columbia, to count as an assessment ou said claim, as will appear bv a  Certificate of Work recorded .23rd March. j_0_,  in the office of the Minin-j- Recorder for the said  Kettle River MiuiiiR- Division of Yale District,  iu order to hold said claim under the provisions  of Section 24 of tlic Mineral Act; such being-,  the amount rcq*uired to hold the said claim for  the year endiujr 23rd March, i.Oi. .  And if at the expiration of 90 days of publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportions of the expenditure re-  <|uired��iitider Section 24, together with all costs  of advertisii.fr, your interests iu said claim  shall become vested-'a the subscriber [one of  your co-owners] under Section 4 of the Mineral  Act Amendment Act, i.OO.      ...  Dated at Greenwood, Ji. C.; this 26th day of  J:ulv, .._(.'���  ��� "W. T, SMITH.  .... HIETEKAL ACT. .  To Sain Breslaucr end others inetrested in t_tc  Henrietta Mineral Claim, situated near-  Beaver ton iri tlie Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District:      '  ���.TAKE NOTICi* Unit 1 linvo caused to bo'done  'on the Henri etui ininerul claim, situated near  l'o..vor.o_i, in the Keltic River Mining Division  of Yule District, tlio wo.", required by Section  1!4 of thc'.-JMiiiernl Act, for tho year Whii.li hns  expired', and have expended lor such work mid  for rocordid;,' the eerti.lc-ites'thereof the.sum  of "One Hundred nnd Two Dollars und Fifty.  vents, (��102.50)'and if n t tho expiration of ninety,  days from the diUcfoi the first- publication" of  tli is noli co you ff.il to eon.lril.ute vour proportion of such expenditure,'.jinmolv, lhc sum of  Fifty-One Dollars ana Twenty-Five .Cents  ($51.-5), together with all costs of advertising,  your interest iu. said mineral claim sliiill -lie  liable to forfeiture, us provided bv the '"-diiieriil  Act Amendment Act, 1.-J0." ' ���'  Dated this 0th day of July, 1901.    .  '..'���;������  CHAKLES TIIIPI'S. '  MINERAL ACT.  Te Charles, W. Edwards,   and others  con  ..cerned. i j   .'  TAKE NOTICE that I have caused:to be  done ou the Uncle Same Mineral Claim situate  in Skylark., Camp in the Kettle River mining-  division of Yale District, the work required by,  Section 24 of the Miueral 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 aud  fi_ty cents ($102.50); and if at the'expiration of  ninety days from thedat'eof the first publication  of this notice, you fail to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, v'z> Thirty'foiir'  dollars aud seventeen cents ($..4.-7 for one-third  interest in. said mineral claim/tojrether with ail  costs of advertising- your interest ih said mineral claim s.hall be liable to forfeiture, as pro-  -vided by the "Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1.06.   ���'    '���*  l-Dated this 29th_flay_.of_AHgust,.--K.l,  LOCAL HAPPENINGS.  ". The body of the infant child of P.  Dermody, foreman at the Granby company-; big- mines at Phoenix, was hurried in. the Greenwood cemetery yesterday'. .,'--.       ���;.   ���! 7- ���.      ",  !Capt. Sam Wi'-.-Hall* arrived from  Rossland. "on Wednesday night and  went out to the King Solomon mine, in  Copper camp yesterday. It was announced that teams were" to commence  yesterday hauling- ore from the mine  o the railway siding- at Deadwood sawmill, for transportation thence to the  Greenwood smelter by rail.  Wanted���Household goods at Second  Hand Store, Deadwood street, opposite  Armstrong hotel. *  The ladies of the R. C- church who  served tbe supper in connection with  the Miners' Union ball at the Audi'tor-  iu �� wish to than the members of.the  union and other faiends for the use of  the dining room and other courtesies.'  Do not miss the W.  C.  T. U.con  vention rally bn September 17th. Goofl  music, bright addresses.    Pro groin nr  published later.  P..-W. W. King- has served his business connection, as accountant at the  .Snowshoe mine, with the Snowshoe  Mines, limited.  : Ruftis Pope, M. P., of Cookshire,  Quebec, is expected to reach Greenwood on to-night's train from Nelson.  He is coming-, on business connected  with the Buckhorn, in Deadwood cariip,  from which mine the water is now being- pumped out.  Mine building's have been erected at  the Ruby, near Boundary Falls, preparatory to doing- extensive prospecting- work on this property, now. under,  bond to Detroit parties. Jas. Hamilton is in charge of the work now being-  got under way.  Ten cars of ore from the recently  discovered new ore veins in the Winnipeg- mine had been shipped to the  smelter up to the 4th inst. inclusi/ie.  Should values continue as g-ood*. &.s~  those returned from the first'shipped  two cars the outlook for the mine will  ���be considerably improved.   ������'���_, ��� <  C. J. Leggatt, barrister, of Trail and  Mrs.' Leggatt, were in town Wednesday. Mrs. Leggatt hrs been spending  the summer at Midway with the sister,  Mrs. .Jas. Atwood, aud Mrs. Leggtitt  came over a'few days since to ac-;  company his wife back to Trail.  Mrs, J. L. Coles with.her infant daughter -left-- by last-Tuesday^ train' en-"  route to Hamilton Ontario, where she  will visit relatives and friends. She  intends to returns'to her home in Greenwood towards the close of November.  The second anniversary of the Methodist church in Greenwood will be held  on Sunday, next when Rev. J. H. White  of Nelson', chairman of the Kootenay  .District will preach at 11.am and' 7.30  p m. . After the evening- service iii the  chttrch the pastor will conduct a short  service on the corner Greenwood arid  Copper; streets. Singers who are in  sympathy with|thii.work are /invited /to  be present aiid 'assist, y       77 >\.1....-*J":.:7'7'  The Times has been requested to call  attention of builders to the fact that  the Snowshoe Gold and Copper Mines,  limited, is about to let contracts for  the erection of offices, b uii It. house for  about 70 men, boarding- house, warehouse, managers' residence, -cottages,  etc.  Wednesday night's train broug-ht in  a party of gentleman who arc among  the leading shareholders in the British  Columbia Copper company, limited, of  New York, owning the Mother Lode  m.ue, and the Greenwood smelter. The  party which.registered at the Hotel  Armstrong- consisted of J. F. Tichenor,  capitalist, New York, vice-president of  the company; C. E. Laidli-w, banker,  New York, treasurer; W. H. Thomas,  New Jersey, consulting engineer;  Irving Schmitzel and W. Alexander,  New York; Dr. John B. Laidley, Conway, Mas-, and John Coughlin, San  -.'rancisco. Yesterday thej- went over  the company's smelting works and today they visited the Mother Lode iriine.  They will probably remain here a week  and before leaving will visit other  larg-e mines and works in the district. ���  OThe funeral of the late John Wahl;  berg-, who some time since was accidentally injured in one of the mines of  the Granby company at Phoenix, took  place at the Greenwood cemetery last  Sunday under the auspices of the  Phoenix Miners'Union,  On Saturday Sept. 21st; Messrs. Miller  and Smith better known as Emerald  Duet,, will give an entertainment in the  Methodist church." Lime'ligl? ts illustrating* the life of Christ and a number of  views sacrod duets will comprise the  programme.'  MISCELLANEOUS,  New Goods at Allmacher & Wilson's.  Mail orders promptly  filled���-Anderson's drug- store.  EMANUEI. PASTRONE.  MINERAE   ACT.  To Randolph Stuart, J. C. Haas, I. H. Hallett,  "Walter D'Eata and others concerned:" "  TAKE. NOTICE., thatU hiiyo caused to^be  done on tho Diamond Joe, Doubtful, "May: Day  and Deer Trail mineral"* claims, situated in  Greenwood camp,'in thei Kettle River mining  - division of Yale district, the work required %  Section 2-1 of the Mineral Act, lor the year which  has eixpired, and have expended for such work  and for recording the certificates thereof the  sum of four hundred and fifteen dollars ($415.00);  and if at tho expiration of ninty days from the  date of.thes first publication of tills notice, you'  fail to contribute your proportion of such ex  penditure, namely, ltandolph S.tuart, J. C. Haas,  I. H. Hallett and other purtics interested, the  sum of $83.00 for one-fifth Interest in' said 'mineral claims, and Walter D'Euth, the sum of  $83.00 for ti 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 thc "Mineral  Act Amehdment Act, l'.KtO"  Dated this 12th day of June, 1901..  John \v  Pow-iix.'  MINEEAL   ACT.  I To J. C. Haas and others interested ia the  7 Admiral Dewey mineral claim, situated in  Summit camp, Grand Forks mining: division  of Tale district:  TAKE NOTICE that I have caused to he  done on the Admiral Dowey mineral claim,  situate in Summit camp, in the Grand Forks  mining division of Tale district, British Columbia, the work required by Section 24 of thc  Mineral Act, for the year which has expired,  and'have expended for such wo.k 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 thedate of the "first publication of this notice you fail to contribute your  proportion - of such expenditure, namely,  $25.8% each; 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 12th day of June, 1901.  ���-" ' J. W. Powell,  WORKING   NIGHT   AND   DAY-  , The busiest anci mig"htiestiittle.thing  that eyer .was made is Dr. King's New.  Life Pills. -These pills chang-e weakness into strength, listlessness into  energy, brainrfag.into mental power.  They're wonderful in building* up the  health. Onlyi25c per box. Sold by J.  L. White,.JV.E. Anderson a!ntl 'Miller  Bros. '.-'���..'- "      \' /   ".     ,".  MAN UFACTURE  AND KEEP IN  .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 and   :  Machinists.  Sffi-V**^ VANCOUVER, B.C.  Do-it forget to go to the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs,.-good, spuds,  'good mocha,and Java coffee, f-*ood tea  'and fresh, groceries.    .  '   Rooms at the Clarendon 50 /cents per  night. -  For Kent���A new. store building ;pn  Copper street.    Apply.at Times office.  For line tailoring go to Allmacher &.  Wilson's.   ' :.  ��� .   .  If j-ou want the best .candies iu  the  citv go to Munroe's.  .-Nitrous-oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. _\Ialhi-  son's. -  For Rent���Four room house furnished, p.ll conveniences. ?12. Apply at  Times office..'-; ���  Ice cream and fresh candies at the  'Gr^nTvobli'^aHd'y'^Factory, 'C. V  Semerad, proprietor.  ; If you want nice soft drinks   call   at  South End grocery.  "Bromogrip'curcs, colds���25 cents ���  Anderson's Pharmacy, y .,.  To i/K'-WA furnished   three  roomed  cottag*e .   Apply Times office.  You can get the very best apple  cider...by the gallon at thc J3. C. Wholesale Liquor Co. .  Fok Kent���Corner store with three  oo ins, papered, rent about S20. Apply Tlie Times office. ' tf  Go to Anderson's pharmacy for  drug's, toilet, articles, sponges, soaps,  perfumes, etc., Greenwood.   .  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both smelters. Do not miss sesiug  them.    Smith & McRae.  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents-  Prescriptions filled correctly���Ander  son's pharmacy.  Rooms at the Clarendon SO cents per  night. tf  "Flints Emulsion of  Cod Liver Oil  ���the best���Andersons the Drug*gist.  STYLES.  ."���a  A NICE  Fatnly Porterhouse #r mj||  Tenderloin, T. ��� Bone* !��bJf|  Sirloin or a Plain &t��a��;.y   jig*  ��� Hr  Pork Chops, Poult Um- \W  derfo-ii and Muttou Cfesgs I&  also Fish and Poultry ���. '' #���  We receive consignments weekly of  the famous Okanagan fruit. Prices to  Suit those who want to-putfup fruit. C.  V. Semerad. ���    '  Take your prescriptions to the  Windsor Drug Store, W. E. Anderson,  Greeuwood.  We carry the only Flannel Suitings  in town.   Allmacher & Wilson.  1 WHERE IS CARMI? I  On the West Fork of Kettle River.  THE PAYROLL CITY OF THE  WEST FORK  Surveys arc now  being made and  lots will  shortly  be  on  fbs.-  markct.   Carmi City adjoines the group of claims of  which   thc   Carmi   mine   is   the   center.  THE SHIPPING GROUP OF THE  DISTRICT.  Carmi is the mining center of the Upper West Fork Country. Tic  townsite adjoins the Carmi mine, which shipped 2,000 tons.  of ore to the smelter during the past winter, and.  upon which development is being pushed  in order to be ready for continuous-  shipments when railroad  .���'���������-..... - is   completed  to  Carmi.  H. B. Munroe has received  a fresh  consignment of choice confectionery.  "C. C. C. C. the great nerve  builder  $1.00 at Anderson's Pharmacy.  .FOR   TERMS   WRITE.  s~   JA$.y  v*R-y  e��-*wqqa, B. C.  JAS. C. DALE, C==  "Carmi, 33.. ��T-    {��___:  *���  -\ Page 4.  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Weekly turns,  Issued every Friday  ���BY���  Greenwood Times Printing & Publishing  Company. Limited.  Duncan Ross Managing Editor.  Columbia Telephone No. 40.  Vernon & Nelson Telephone No. 29.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year S 2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Fokeign Countries  2 50  ��� <rf_%>* ,  <UNION(^y)LABCL>  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1901.  CITY   OF  MINER.  Grand Forks in choosing a new name  supplied fresh evidence of that peculiar  penchant for taking credit for those  things the city does not oossess. Miner  as a cognomen for a city is suggestive  of mines and a mining population  when as a matter of fact all the mines  are tributary to Greenwood. Had the  good people of Grand Forks decided to  fittingly re-name their fair city under  the terms of amalgamation and at the  same time honor the syndicate responsible for the establishment of a smelter  near the city, and had they been less  prone to exaggeration, they would  certainly have chosen the name of  Graves. While Mr. Miner has done  much towards the upbuilding of Grand  Forks and in exploiting the natural  wealth of the Boundary, it was the  genius, foresight and wonderful business ability of Mr. Graves that was  responsible for the inauguration of a  policy that resulted ii the development  of the greatest low grade proposition  in the world and the establishment of  a smelter industry that means so much  for Grand Forks.  Seriously speaking the people of  Grand Forks have run to an absurdity  in their anxiety to worship the name  of Mr. Miner. After spending- thousands  of dollars in making known the name  of Grand Forks, it certainly looks like  poor policy to bury the town under the  obscurity of an insignificant title  .ike Miner. The name Grand Forks  has its significance, so has Columbia, but Miner applied to the  two amalgamated cities is as rational as it would be for the people ��� of  Boston to resolve that their city would  henceforth be known as' Beau town' or  -that-Ghicagoans^shou.'i^change- the,  name to Porktown.  We think that before th - legislature  will ratify the amalgamation the people of both cities will select a more  suitable name. They should have a  popular expression of opinion on a  suitable name and not restrict the vote  to three names whose absurdity and  inappropriatness are about as great  as could be well imagined.  JOHN BROWN.  One John Brown of song and story  sacrificed his life for principle. A  more modern John Brown���our own  John Brown���who a few years ago was  ready to shoulder a Winchester in  order to secure justice for the people,  now accepts office with the descendant  of the government against whom he  raised his rather strident voice and almost raised his Winchester. What  will be the result? Is John Brown  stronger than his present associates  and associations? John Brown of  years ago was sound in his political  views. He demanded just representation and economical and efficient administration, and a complete remodelling of the methods in vogue in this  province. Will the leaven of John  Brown succeed in leavening the whole  or will John Brown become a mere  figurehead? John Brown is in dangerous company. If he wants to stand by  the people and for the people, he shoald  keep his Winchester loaded'.*- 'yv  We dislike to acknowledge i^but it  looks as if we are all being made the  playthings of one Joseph Martin.  Those who worked for his defeat can  see that he controls the present government and those who looked for his success find that he has sold them to  Dunsmuir. Joseph may be a political  pariah in some respects, but he is the  managing director of all political  parties in British Columbia at the  present time. He loads John Brown's  Winchester and he is going to turn  Billy Mclnnes loose. God help the  province and God help John Brown.  SUPREME COURT.  The decision to hold a sitting of the  supreme court and court of assize in  Greenwood will facilitate to a large  extent the administration of justice i-n  the Boundary district. As is pointed  out in another column, the cost of litigation heretofore was enormous, aud  often worked a severe hardship on innocent persons who had to defend  themselves.  The people of Greenwood will give  the supreme court judge who visits  here a very cordial welcome. It is unfortunate that the government has not  seen its way clear in providing a suitable court house in the city, but this  doubtless will come next year. The  necessity for government buildings is  becoming greater daily.  MAY BUY PYRITIC SMELTER  EDITORIAL NOTES.  The New York Engineering and  Mining'Journal published in its last  Canadian Supplement the substance of  the representations made recently by  the Mine Owners' Association, and  commented thereon as follows: '������We  give below the list of grievances presented by the Bril ish Columbia Mining  Association, some of which are solid  enough. The taxation.in an ambitious,  growing province, with a population  still comparatively small, is inevitably  heavy, and it is not easy to see how it  can be reduced to any considerable extent. Some of the legislative grievances  are also serious, though we think the  association makes a mistake in including among them the requirement of  statistical information, and the regulations concerning the. safety of mines  and hoisting machinery. If these  clauses-had been omitted, the memorial  wouid have been stronger."  Tlie following' press despatch  was sent'out from Rossland last  Saturday. :  "W. L. Springer, president of  the Chicago-British Columbia  Mining- company, announces that  a group of Chicago manuf acurters  and capitalists has taken an  option on the controlling interests  in the Standard Pyritic Smelter  company at Greenwood together  with all the smelter company's  assets, whicli include the Marguerite property adjoining the  Mother Lode, and the Standard,  a promising property.  ''The option is for a short time  only, and he expected that the  matter would be closed favorably  shortly after the arrival of himself* and friends at Chicago. If a  sale be consummated as he expected, as the Chicago people have  been very favorably impressed  with the outlook, he says the  plant will be blown in at an earty  date. He declared he is satisfied  that there is abundant ore Available to keep the plant in constant  operation for an indefinite period."  It is stated in Greenwood that  Andrew Laidlaw and.E. F. Massam have the option on the smelter and mining property and that  they are endeavoring to sell to  the Chicago people above alluded  to.  Mr. Laidlaw has gone to Chicago in connection with this deal,  Mr. Massam to Quebec where he  will be in close touch .with the  principal owners of the smelter.  WiLt the ' Rossland Miner please  double lead instead of double column-  ing its editorials. The present appearance of the editorial page would damn  the paper more than the Rossland  Miners'Union can.  The Nelson Economist gravely suggests that Joht- Brown shonld now be  placed on the Noble Five directorate.   .  TO SAVE HER CHILD.  From frightful disfigurement Mrs.  Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,  adplied Bucklen's Arnica Salve to  great sores on her head and face, and  writes its quick cure exceeded all her  hopes. It works wonders in sores,  Bruises, Skin eruptions, Cuts, Burns,  Scalds and Piles. 25c. Cure guaranteed by J. E. White, Miller Bros., and  \V. E. Anderson, druggists.  eavy and  9  9  ��  **-  9  *'  *  ..��K.  -���-SB--.  ���-��-��� ���  -�����  >������#  V* ..  ".'��-  '���**������:���  ��  ���'*i.  *���',  ���"���  *-  ��������  �����  ��-  *  *  *  *���  *'  *  -ft-  Shelf Hardware*  Groceries  and Provisions  ���AT THE-  COMPANY, LIMITED.  ��  te--  ��-���  *.r  *���-  *_���  *  �����'  ft-  9  *-  �����  �����  �����  �����"  9  ih  fc^-!************.******.**.*^  UNION MEN!  IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR LABOR  ...DAY WITH THE..  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "JO DANDY" "OLD KENTUCKY" "RILEY'  .'LOST HORSE" 'TEMERA1RE FRACTION" "EMM__FRACTION" and "TEXAS  "FRACTION" Mineral claims, situate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale  District. Where located : Iti James Creek  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  aireut for Leonard S. Moulton -iarrett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B2.78., intend  sixty davs after dale hereof to apply to tlie  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining'a Crown  Grant of tlie above claim. '<,  And further talce notice that   action under  Seetion 37   must  be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this IStb day of May, A. D��� 1900.  I. H.HALLE TT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CROWN POINT Ji-ineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Crown Point  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Issac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's ccrticate No. B8O03, for myself and as agent for John Doug-las, Free  Miner's certificate No.B8U7, Jo__n P. McLeod,  Free Miner's CertificateB2")S69, A.N.Pelly, Free  MincrsCertificate No. 29569, and G. N. Hodgson  Free Miner's certificate No. B2978-,. intend,  sixty" days'*.rom'the date liereof to apply-t^-the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement's; for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of thc above' claim.  And further take notice that action, -under  section 37, must be commenced before ��he issuance of such certificate of improvements.,  Dated this 3rd day of May, 1900.  I. H. HALLETT.  SAW IOCS FOR SALE.  The undersigned will receive tenders  up to noon of Wednesday, Sept. 18th,  1901, for a quantity of Sawlogs (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 Spraggett's 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  Forks, or of  CLEMENT & SPEN��E.  <y ������.y7^B^*^te^^  Trustees for parties interested.  Grand Forks, Aug. 27th, 1901.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  LEAD KING. Mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle.River Mining Division of Yale District. Where locoted: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that We, Hugh R. Elliot  Free Miner's certifiacte No. B 29488.'Herbert  Hamlin Free Miner's certificateNo. B 40387, aud  Walter J. Wartman Free Miner's certificate No.  11 299J6, intend 60 days fiom the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a. Certificate  of Improvements, lor thc purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  action 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated th.s22ndday of May, A. D..901  ON  go to-  FASHIONABLE TAILORS  ���^^PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY-  xj *.  r  E  CIGAR.  IT IS NO GHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE BEST  IMPORTED,  SIOKEII.  yy  iV/-  *.  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  SAN JUAN FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located ��� Providence  Camp.  Take Notice that I, John William. Nelson,  Free Minor's Certificate No, B 40532, intend  sixty days from tho date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for ft Certificate of Improvements for the puipose 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 Improvement.  Dated this sixth duy of June, A. P., 1901.  28 J. \Y. Nelson.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that Phoenix Livery Barn and Stage Line was  purchased from me by Bloomfield &  Dunbar, on June 26th last. .All ac-  ���couats owing to that date are to be paid  to Bloomfield & Dunbar, who assume  all liabilities of the said business.  .44���47 Gbo.Wem.wood.  Ililll  FRED ROY, Proprietor.  'Phone! Columbia 155.  SPtmmmmrnmmmmfflrt  & PAINTING ��|  H ��� ���        HOUSES, SIGNS AND CARRIAGES, g  1 PAPERING ��  H KALSOMINING AND DECORATING. g  1= PLATE, SHEET AND ORNAMENTAL =�� ���;  H WINDOW GLASS, r��  H WALLPAPERS.    SASH AND DOORS. g  ���� MIRRORS OF AM. KINDS. _m-:  ���*E Use Mellor's Pure Mixed Paints.   $2.00 Per Gallon.   - ZSS :  1 J. M9 MELL0R, 1  IS        ' V. &N.'Phone86. Copper Street.    '.7 ,.5g7.  ^iiiiiiiiiuu-iiuiiititiiiauiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiuiiiE  \ ^*T"  :y(yy;  ;y(.y  ?.��_*feSa*"i:��i.  mMsyyyyy  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page  LOCAL HAPPENINGS.  Dr. Foster is back in tow.n from a  professional trip to Fairview and  Vernon. -  His Honor, Judge Leamy will hold a  sitting of the County Court of Yale in  Greenwood on Monday, next. -;. y,-.  7 School inspector Wilson returned  ; 7from the \Vest Fork at the beginning  '"���of the week and has since been engaged  in inspecting the public schools in the  district.  J. G. Sullivan, C. P. R, construction  engineer, came over to Greenwood on  Monday's special train and returned to  Trail next day.He was accompanied by  Mrs. Sullivan.  . R. J. Coulter, of the local staff of the  Bank of British North America, returned from the coast on Monday  night after having spent his brief vacation very enjoyably.  R. R. Gilpin, collector' of customs at  Grand-Forks, came over on Monday to  attend the Boundary Pioneers' reunion  held that night. He left on his return  ���by. train on Tuesday morning..  A. E. Stewart, a returned South  African volunteer. Was last week removed from Fairview to the-Vernon  hospital at the same time as Dr. White.  He, too, was suffering from typhoid  -fever.  W.Anderson,, manager .for the Cas--  cade Power & Light company,.and W.  T. Dickson, electrical engineer from  Nelson, were visitors to the.city on  Monday and Tuesday, going out on  Wednesday morning's train.  Mr. Gange, of the V. V. & E.. railway  engineering staff, was taken seriously  ill in the train when on his way to  Greenwood on Monday morning. Upon  arrival here he was taken to' the Imperial hotel and Dr. Oppetiheither was  , called iu.' Later the sick man was removed to the Sisters' hospital.  The Shay locomotive that for some  time past has been employed in hauling  heavy train loads on the Rossland-  Trail section of the Columbia & Western railway has commenced work between Eholt . and .. Phoenix.' over  which length of the road heavier ore:  '.-trains arc.now being,taken.  Last month's Canadian. Supplement  of the New York Engineering and Mining Journal contains the first part o}  an illustrated article on Mining in  British Columbia, contributed by  E. Jacobs. The illustrations are a  general view of the Mother Lode  mine, near Greenwood, onerof placer-  mining'at Atlin, and one of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal, company's coke ovens  at Fernie. .        :'  Mrs. C. -SS. Shaw and her* sisters,'  the Misses Flesher, recently received  word that their only brother, Dr.  Flesher, who had been practising 'his  profession iu Minnesota, was dead,  '-.'he news was entirely unexpected, for  no intimation had previously reached  them even that he Vi^d been ill and no  particulars have yet been received.  Their many friends Will be grieved to  learn of this sad bereavement and- will  feerfoFthem~sympathy and condolence  In their loss.  Forty-three notices of intention to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and; Works for licenced to prospect for coal on lands situate up'the  main North Fork of Kettle river, were  during August posted up in. the office  ofi the government, agent,: Greenwood;  This means that. 43 square miles '-.of  lai^d have been staked' in the district  named for coal prospecting purposes.  Tom Newby and his two partners are  at work on their Gloster m'i&eral'claim,  in Franklin camp. They are sinking  in thetaad and are now down about SO  feet.. The ore is described as similar  in appearance to that obtained from  the B. C. mine but carryingyijiore iron  pyrites. There is not at present any  other development work being done in  Franklin camp. Henry White had a  working bond on the McKinley claim,  but after driving a tunnel decided not  to take up the bond.  The Advance states that Jas. Atwood  and G.-D. Cunningham, who have been  prospecting up the West Fork country  ^since early spring, have returned to  -Midway. They brought with them  some fine looking ore taken from a  couple of the claims which they located.  Mr, Atwood is one of the oldest and  best prospectors in the province, and  is the locator of some of the best properties in the district. He thinks that  one of the properties, which they recently located, called the Colby, on  -which they have done sufficient work  to prove the existence of a large ledge  of r^ch ore,.is equal to any property he  has.yet located. Later on Messrs.  Atwood and Cunningham will return  i-nd -{ttrt-ier develop, tbe Colby,     o  'R. Gardom, Customs officer at Midway; * who.is also fruit inspector there,  last week condemned and had destroyed  21" boxes of apples brought in from the  American Okanogan by Mr. Nash.  This fruit was found to be1 affected by  Codlin moth. .        7  .Dr. R. B. White, of Camp McKinney.  when in professional attendance upon  patients at Fairview, was.taken ill with  typhoid fever, for the secoud time*within a year. Dr. Foster went oyer from  Greenwood and accompanied his brother  physician to the hospital at Vernon.  LAMONT-WEEKS.  In the afternoon on Wednesday last,  Neil H. Lamont and Miss Florence  Weeks were united in marriage at the  residence of J. J. Bannerman, Boundary Falls. The officiating clergyman  was-Rev. P. H. McEwen, superintendent of Baptist missions. The bridesmaid was Miss Lamont, while W.  Wilson;, supported the groom. .-��� The  happy ceremony-was witnessed by the  immediate friends of.both parties. Mr.  and Mrs. Lamont began housekeeping  on their ranch near Boundary Falls.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE  subsist!n_-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  consent- :,���--  All debts owing- to the said partnership are 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 tbe  said Ernest Cartier by whom the same .will be  paid.  Dated this nth day of August, 1901.  HARRY DA1_E,  ERNEST CARTIER.  V  The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary   District   mines   during September to 4th inst.,,.  inclusive, so far as has been ascertained from the mines is as under:  y>    MINE.       ��� TONS.  Old Ironsides and Knob Mill Group - .'-.'.- - ��� ���   ���1.931  Mother Lode ...t......:........^ ......:...... ._.......,.........._. ............. ''...-.       595  Winnipeg ���,��������� ��� -., - - ��� ���--���-��� ���������������         50 --  V  Sunset   Snowshoe  No. 7   31  Total-; -; ��������� ��� ��� ���    2,667  Shipments during 1900 and for 8 months of current year ended Aug. 31. were as follows*:  1900 1901  Old Ironsides and Knob Mill Group-. ,  .64,535 I 48,707  Mother. Lode- ��� ���'     5.564 55,315  ���B.. C ��� ��� ���   I 9,494        '.' 32,521  City of Paris ��� ��� -- - -'...��- ���     1,000  -  Golden Crown- ��� ���     2,240        ���    -  Winnipeg ���- - -������ ���'������������������ ���     I .,1 00  . Sunset Group - - ��� _��� ���   Athelstan '������ ���-  - - -    1 ,200  Carmi-; - ��� : ��� ���   Snowshoe ������-- ��� - ���������-���-.        338  Brooklyn --���-��� ���-- - ���' - -���        I 50  dew el- ������ ��� .��.- ; ��� - - '..*.....:..��� - *-.. 60    -.-  250  30��  550  885.  38Q,  R. Bell -   No. 7-- - ���- : - -������  Sundry shipments v..:.,.....   ,ooo  4Sff  445.  5oo*  Total-.-��� ������;.. :.:.-.:.:.:. , ���  97.78  Grand Total to date - '���-' -.- ���   240.333"  340.78 T  THIS   SPACE  BELONGS TO  .E. MACPHERSON  WATCHMAKER - AND- JEWELLER  Wallace-Miller Block,    Greenwood.  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr**  CF*  Cr*  CF*  <F*  Capital, all paid up, $.2,000,000.  Rest ........��7,800,000.  President:   Lokd Sti.atuco_*a axd Moust Royal,  Vice-President:   Ho>". George A. DRU-iMOND.  .General Manager :   E. 5   CLot-siON-.  Branches, in ��� London, Eng. -j ^Jh,7rc^SL.\ New Yoi% Chicago.  Buy aud sell St-i-ling- EKChait^c and Cable TrauRfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available i:i any parlVif the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. 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THE BOUNDARY COOKS   AND  WAIT-  ers Union  No. 117, meets first and third  Tuesdays of cacli month at Union Hall.   Visiting-   members    in   food    standing   cordially  invited.  .Robert G. "Woor*, Chas. Daiixkan',  President. Secretary.  GREENWOOD CONSERVATORY  -SILVER STREET-  number OF PLANTS AND FLOWERS  now ready.   Orders for cut flowers taken.  ���   MISS ATKINSON.  W$i  L.  uxtmsziaz  ���FCMIT  CARPETS  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  <_ ���GGul'o  The   largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were.furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  1   VICTORIA, B, C.  AT   PHOENIX.  ��:.<-.':.  ;..;i,; _.......  ; V ti*  ������������:���*���';���;'  ���:������  :���'���.'���'*  ���*V "i!  ffi  ijfljtijj  9  "  9  T-t  9  B.  F-  LEST  H  R.  _RPP  ' ____>- !i--<-��-U  s*  -3.  if'i~  9  i**-  HAND STAMPS  SELF INKSftG  DATING STAMPS  POCKET STAMPS  SIGN   MARKERS  TRADE CHECKS  SEALS   -:-   RUBBER TYPE.  ROSSLAND,.   B.C.  #  Tiie Winners on Labor Day at the Dinner  Bucket Town.  The Phoenix celebration pased off  very successfully. The numerous events  on the programme were run off with  promptness, and there was not the, delay so noticeable in the general run of  these affairs. The several committees  in charge of the different events did  their work well and to thc satisfaction  of all concerned.  At a quarter past nine all the labor  organizations met at the Miners' Union  hall, and under the grand marshal. li  the day, P.J. Holohau, they formed in  itie aud marched to the depot to meet  the excursion ��� train from Cascade  Grand Forks. Immediately after the  arrival of the train the drilling contests  came off on the Dominion Copper  company's flat, near the old skating  rink.  Iu the heavyweight contest "William  Ross aud John McLeod were the only  entries, but as there was a lightweight  contest, the winners.of which, if they  drilled a deeper hole than the winners  of the heavyweight contest did, were to  take the first money in both contests-  this made Ross and McLeod get iu and  drill. They drilled 43 inches in good  hard granite, The lightweight contest  was won by Henderson and Cox with  36 5-8 inches, Riley and Alex McLeod  second with 33 3-4 inches.  The boys' heavyweight contest under  16 was won by Furlong and Martin, of  Rossland, who drilled 14 1-4 inches  Hacket and Ross of Phoenix second  with 9 1-2 inches. The lightweight contest, boys under 16, "was won by Gtii-  dotti and De Muth, Rossland, with a  hole 12'S-S inches deep, the second pa'r  being Loney and Nurse, Republic,  "Wash., 115-8 inches.  After lunch the foot races came off  on Old Ironsides avenue, and resulted  as follows: - *  One hundred yards open ���1st Jack  Lynch; 2nd Fred Mitchell. Time, 10  3-5 seconds. Two hundred yards open  ���1st, Fred Mitchell;'2nd Jack Lynch.  Time 24 seconds.  One hundred and twenty yards hurdle  race���1st Jack Lynch 2nd Fred Mitchell. Time IS seconds.  Boys race under 16���1st, Jack McLaren; 2nd, Jack Pierce.  Girls' race under 16���1st. Ethel McLaren; 2nd, Agnes Pierce.  At 3 o'clock the horse races came off  ou Dominion avenue and were rather exciting. The one-fourth 'mile dash was  won by Dr. Averill's Black Bird by two  lengths, L- A. Manly's Yellow Girl second, Jack Hollany's Ginger third. In  the three-eights mile dash the order of  the" horses was slightly reversed, Yellow Girl winning quite handily, with  Black Bird second and Ginger third.  At 5 p. m. the single hand drilling  contest took place in front of the Brook  lyn hotel, Dominion avenue, when Eric  Stevenson won first money with 13 1-4  inches, Mike Burns second with 12 1-2  inches, Time, 10 minutes and 3-4 inch  steel used.  -Orders-Takeii-at^f;Times"-OffiC(.r i  $999 999%#%#%*x#9 ���:'*!'#*����###�����  BOLSTER,  HOTEL ���  ���$�����*$����� ���$���  The Only First-Class Hotel in the  Myers Creek District.  ���S**-fr--t-  C00K& YOUNG, Proprietors  ��������*-?  CAMP  McKINM  ...HOTEL.....  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  Best  Brands  Wines,  Liquors  and  Cigars.   Good Stabling.  GAMP McKINNEY.B, C,  MAGNET   FOR   GOLD   FOUND.  fllffll-II  Excursion,  60   DAYS   LIMIT.  To Buffalo via all Lake Route.  S00 LINE  (via St. Paul or Chicago)  AUG. 6, 20.    SEP. 3, 17  OCT. 1,15.  A   NIGHT   OF   TERROR.  "Awful anxiety ��� was fo.lt for .the  widow of the brave General Burnham  of Machias, Me., when the doctors said  she would die from pneumonia before  morning" writes Mrs. .S. H. Lincoln,  who attended her that fearful night,  "but she begged for Dr. King's New  Discovery, which had more than once  saved her life, and cured her of consumption. After taking it, she slept all  night. Further use entirely cured  her." This marvellous medicine is  guaranteed to cure all throat, chest and  lung diseases. Only SOc and $1.00.  Trial bottle free at J. L. White's, W.  E. Anderson's or Miller Bro's. drug  store.  SAW LOGS FOR SALE.  h rough Sleeping Car :  Kootenay  to Toronto  One Change to Buffalo.  E. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J.S.CARTER,  '       fc. J. COYLE,  Nelson, I-.C.  D. 1'. .  A.G.I". A..  The undersigned will receive tenders  up to noon of Wednesday, Sept. 18th,  1901, for a quantity of Sawlogs (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 Spraggett's 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  Forks, or of  CLEMENT & SPENCE,  Barristers, & rand Forks.  Trustees for parties interested.  Grand "Forks, Aug. 27th, 1901.  SPOKANE FALLS fclORfHEffl..-  RAILWAY COMPANY.  NELSON & FT. SREPPARD  RAILWAY COMPANY.  RED  MOUNTAIN RAILWAY.COMPARE'  :*v,'  The only all rail route  between   all.  . points cast, west aud south to Rossland,    Nelson   and    intermediate:  points;   connecting   at Spokane  with    the    Great    Northern,.  Northern Pacific and O. R_.c  &  N.   Companis.  Connects at Rosslaud with Canadian*-  Pacific Ry. for Boundary points.  Connects at Myers Falls with  stage  daily for Republic.  Buffet    Service    on-    trains    betwecrn-  Spokane and Northport.  Effective May 5t_i, 1901.  LEAVE  9:00 a. m...  12:50 ;i. ui..  9:15 a. m..  DAY "TRAIN ARRIVJC  ....Spokane... 7:35 p. ni..  ....Rossland.... 4:10 p.-n...  ......Nelson.. .7:15 p. m..  * w*Af teFihbf e'th^  study and experimenting, F. M. Mecar-  tea- of San Juan, Cal., insists that he  has succeeded in perfecting a process  whereby a piece of steel may be magnetized so as to attract gold, silver  copper, tin ���and'-bther metals, heretofore  believed to be unsusceptible.. ���!.  Some two years ago Macartea was  experimenting with a view to discovering the lost; art of tempering copper  and accidently discovered a process  that'would attract gold. . The plan was  so simple that he could not give public  .demonstrations of his discovery without exposing his' secret, aud consequently his statements were-received  with no great degree of credulity. But  now that he has succeeded in imparting his mysterious force to a piece of  steel he may show it with impunity.  - A practical demonstration was given.  The magnet used was a common steel  chisel which had been drawn out until  the end presented . a surface of  one-sixteenth of an inch by five-eighths  of an inch. Although the surface was  very small it readily attracted shavings  of gold, silver, etc., which adhered  very tenaciously. ��� Western Mining  World. '  Latest   patterns   in  Allmacher & Wilson's.  all   shades   at  FROM THE CITY  ROADS LEAD  GREENWOOD. DEADWOOD, COPPER,  SUMMIT,      LONG LAKE,      SKYLARK.  WHITE AND ATWOOD WELLINGTON,  SMITH'S.  And Otner Boundary Creek Camps. ,    .      .     '  99  ��e  A   SHOCKING   CALAMITY  '-Lately befel a railroad laborer,"  writes Dr. A. Kellett,. of Williford,  Ark. "His foot was badly crushed, but  Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly cured  him.'' Its simply wonderful for burns,  boils, piles and all skin eruptions.  Its the world's champion healer. Cure  guaranteed. 25c. Sold by ^fiiUer Bros.,  J. L. White and W. 15. Anderson.  V  HAVE BKANCHHES IN THE CITY,  wv  ,,',, For Prices,] of Lots and Other Information, Address ,,. <  obt. Wood or C. Scott  GREENWOOD. B, C.  \ r  (/i  THE GR^NWOODIWDDKI^Y TIM3.S.  Page  THE   SNOWSHOE.  >\y.\ithony   J.   McMillan,   managing,  V_lfj!_ctor of the Snowshoe Mines, limit-  ���"e<l, was in town last "Sunday and Mon-  ���day.     He   was   accompanied  by   the  "Coaipan)-'s consulting engineer, J.  W.  Astley, C. E-, and with him visited tlie  British   Columbia   Copper company's  ���smelter and Mother Lode mine before  ���returning to Rossland. '"  Asked as to progress on' the  Snow-  ���shoe mine,  in  Greenwood camp,  Mr.  McMillan'stated that it is intended to  steadily extend  mining operations at  the mine, though for the'time being  the output of ore will not be large. The  I company has a large quantity of ore  j opened up and available for shipment  to the smelter, but it is unlikely  that  I anj' considerable quantity will be ship-  l*ped until arrangements for freight and  j treatment rates more favorable to the  |,_nine:can be made.       .  Present intentions are to ship a car  |of ore daily to the  smelter at Green-  Jwoodj but thc output will be thus re-  Istricted  for   a   while. ''  Meanwhile - a  surface working or quarry in ore will  *>e opened out, and .other preparations  ���will b'e made for shipping on a consid-  Jarable scale later.   The quarry will/ be  ibove the railroad track aud chutes  from; several parts of the ore body,  J.vhich is wide, will be built a3 to allow  of the ore being shot down to the rail-  pay cars below.   By the time things  hhall be in shape for the maintenance  bf a considerable output from this surface working it may be that better rates  .ill have been secured for freight and  Breatment, but if not, then the company  .ill have to consider the advisability  \i erecting its own smelter.  New mine buildings, both for officials  |nd men, are to'be.put up shortly; for  ie former offices and for the latter  warding and blink houses and several  .ttages for married employes. There  Ire now about 40;men at work on the  frine '.and the number will likely be  radually increased.  DEATH   OF   J;   A.   JACOBS.  | Weiregret to chronicle the death of  A. Jacobs (father of J. R. Jacobs,  ^anager of the Midway Trading com-  iny) of, Pasadena; California, - at the  fcsidence of his daughter, Mrs. T.  A.  rinters, Colville, Washington.  "  [Mr.- Jacobs had been suffering for  fcveral years from Bright's   disease,  lid came north* some months ago hop-  |g* the change would be of benefit.  ���here  was   a   marked   improvement  Ihile' in Victoria, but the trip to Col-  llle some days ago was too much for  [m, 'and he Tdied   at  midnight  last  mrsday.      Immediately    upon    the  Jceipt of the news his son  left for  pokane, from whence he will proceed  i California with  the remains.   Mr.  -.cob's leaves a widow (who accom-  inied him  on  his   trip)   and   four  kildren, the eldest of whom is J. R.  kcobs of this place.���-Midway Advance  IWanted to-manage mine boardinir  |>use. Over 15 year's experience,  pply at Times' office.  DALMADGE-V/EST.  Last Tuesday morning, at the honse  of the bride's parents, Greenwood, Rev.  J. D. P. Knox married Garrett G. Dal-  niadge, formerly of Victoria but now  with. J.'W. Mellor's' Greenwood establishment, to Miss Jennie West. Mrs..  Lena Peterson acted as bridesmaid,  and Fred Hilbert was groomsman. At  the conclusion of the ceremony Mr.  and Mrs. Dahnadge left by train for  Nelson, where they are spending their  honeymoon. Upon- their return they  make their home in Greenwood.  STOOD   DEATH   OFF-  E. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,  Tex., once fooled a grave-digger. He  says: "My brother was very low with  malarial fever and jaundice. I per-'  siia'ded him to try Electric Bitters, and  he was soon much better, but continued  their use until he was wholly cured. I  am.sure Electric Bitters saved his life."  This'remedy expels malaria, kills disease germs and purifies the blood; aids  digestion, regulates liver, kidneys and  bowels; cures constipation,./dyspepsia,  nervous diseases, kidney troubles, female complaints; gives perfect health.  Only 60c at W. E. Anderson's, Miller  Bro's. and J. L.' White's drug store.'  ROADS   AND   TRAILS.  A road repairing gang of five men,  with David Beath in charge, has finished the customary summer: repairs- on  the main roads between Greenwood  and Rock Creek and between Anaconda  and the summit of Boundary mountain.  This gang'is now engaged in similar  work between Phoenix and - Fourth of  July creek. -Thos. Falconer has completed construction, of the wagon road-  road between Phoenix and Summit  City and is now awaiting its acceptance  bj' the government. Geo.-Findlay- is  in charge of the grading, gang* at work  on the new road, from^.Eholt to Long-  Lake camp, and A. Nicholson .has had  men ahead clearing the right of way  Altogether 30 men are employed on  this road, which, it is stated, will be of  such ah easy grade as will make it one  of the best mountain roads in the district.* The improvements to the road  between Cascade and Edwards' Ferry  are finished and now the trail from  Gladstone to the John Bull mine is being made.  Up/the North Fork work is being  proceeded with between Bannock City  and the junction of the East Fork "with  the main North Fork. Last year the  road was practically completed to  Bannock City, a few miles beyond Volcanic mountain, and a rough road was  cut out to Lynch Creek, some three  miles" higher . up the North Fork.  Lately this short length of road has  been improved and now the roadmakers  are pushing on to the East Fork, which  joins the. North Fork about 12 miles  higher up the river than Bannock City.  There is already a good trail about 15  miles further- to_Frankli_i^camp,..this  trail having been made by the government last year. The appropriation for  the North Fork road will hardly do  more than pay for the work to the East  Fork and, perhaps, a bridge over the  East Fork, which for three or four  months in the year is not easily ford-  able." Siich a bridge Would serve as  well'for the main North Fork, which,  in consequence of the attention now  being paid to reputed coal lands some  30 or 35 miles higher up, should have  some provision made for the travel to  and from these lands. It is understood  that an application has already been  made to the government from Grand  Forks for assistance in making a trail  from the junctionj of the two forks  northwards towards the coal district,  and in view of the numerous applications that have lately been made for  licences to prospect for coal it is probable that this reasonable request will  be granted.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Commerce.   Both 'phones.  MINERAL ACT.  To Ramoan Malcolm and any  Others  Concerned.  ^ TAKENOTIC5 that I- have caused to be  done on the Buster and Alaska Mineral claims  situated on the West Fork of the Kettle River  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District, the work required by Section 24 of the  Mineral Act, for the year which has expired,  and have expended for such work and for recording- the certificates thereof the sum of two  hundred and five dollars ($205) and if at the ex  piration of nintv days from the date of the first  publication of this notice, you fail to contribute  vour porportion of such expenditure, namel3- :  One hundred and fifty three dollarsand seventy  five cents iS133.75) for three-fourths interest in  said mineral claims, log-ether with all costs of  advertising: vour interest in said mineral claims  shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by the  "Mineral Am Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated this 4th dav September. 1901.  Kate'T. McKeifZie.  ���MONTREAL, QUEBEC-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -#*  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS  ��*--OF ALL KINDS.  . STOCK CARRIED IN RQSSLAND.  = BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc,  JE;     Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. _________________    - R. a* &* mcflal.y, Rossland, B. 0. .'.-���" =2  iis^maKmimBi^mimMaimMim^mp  MINEEAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  "  NOTICE.  SAN'JUAN FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, s_U  liate in the Kettle River Mining Divisioa of  Yale District, ywiiere located ��� Providence  Camp.  Take Notice that I, John William Nelson..  Free Miner's Certificate No,. B 40532, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the-  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve-  mentsfor 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 Improvement.  Dated this sixth day of June, A. D., 1901.  23   . J. W. Nelson.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate ��*>"f'��"nrAvft��tAi_*ai  NOTICE.  IDOLA." "YELLOWSTONE,"  "DON PED-,  RO,"    "CRESCENT   FRACTION"    and.  "YELLOWSTONE FRACTION" mineral  claims situate iu the Kettle River Mining   '  Division of Yale District.  . Where located:���la Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Richard McCulloch, Free Miner's  CertificateNo. B40397, intend, sixty days from...  the date hereof, to apply to'ths -air-lag- recordsc  for certificate of improvements for the p'urpow.  of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims-.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before Uie Ur-  suance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this lath-day of July, A. D. 191.1.  I. H. HALLET  +��� .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR, f  Impossible   to cut the   face j  shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  .<*.  4>  4��  Illustrated booklet free.      Mail Orders promptly filled.  McLennan,   McFeely   &  Company j  Wholesale Hardware Merchants, 4-  122 Cordova Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.     ��f*  MINERAL ACT. 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  ���      . NOTICE.  ���DYNAMO" Mineral Claim, situato in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where' located : In Skylark  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as agent for Anton Portmann, Free  Miners's certificate No. B41331( and Charles  Haering, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B40607   ., intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply, to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, lor  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim* ���    ' .   _      _. j _  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day of June, A. D. 1901.  I. H. HALLETT.  "BlSS-l. .I0_*0F PARTHERSHIP.  R. P. Rithet & Co.  LIMITED.  WHOLESALE  GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  E. JACOBS,  fiWilt 111, 1  I-        I     ��fl   Tn*-     ���      i- '��� I-"-*-*-  *���  THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE  subsisting- between the undersigned, carrying- on business as botelkeepers 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  cocse��t.. ���..".���.'������������.��� ,   - . .  All debts owiijg to the said partnership are 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 tbe  said Ernest Cartier by whom the same will be  paid.  Dated this I2th day of A ugust, 1901.  HARRY DALE,  ERNEST-CARTIER.  MINERAL ACT, 18%.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "QUEEN OF SHEBA" mineral claim, situate  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : ��� In Copper  camp, adjoining- the "Jumbo":' and "Harqua  Hala" mineral claims.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Thomas McDonnell, of Greenwood In the said district  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 40,302 and  William Graham McMynn, of the same  place, Free Miuer's Certificate No. B 40,601, intend sixty days from'thc date hereof, to apply  to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of August. 1901.  thomas McDonnell.  w. o. McMynn, :; *��� y ���'."**-  LAND REGISTRY ���ACT.*  ���'. ..-  In the Matter of the Title of .JLot.S,. Block 11.  According to the  HORSE" Mlncri-l ,._ .......  Greenwood, Group One, Osoyo& Division bf  Yale District: . yti-Y:  : Sub-dlvlstariofthe-fDARK  ll Claim. \ rt^Hiycity of  WHEREAS the Certificateof Tjie of William A. Corbett to the above he^ltfeneotirias.  ���been lost or >destroyed, and. ap^HCMlOn*' has  tseetTtnadeto tne for a dupiica.t? tfeS��. iy*^^  NOTiCE IS HEREBYGI^^thi'lilJupn-;  cate. Certificate" or Title'.^it^il^ljweil' at the  ��^r^ti<*-_-'b,��\>!i3'i--onth';-_i^i^.Mi'|fete^HcVebf  nnl^si ia\Jft'C;ir.eantinie .Traij47"#gi^^ to Ule  convtarj- is'-ffiade to' m's lft7i?^S__M-^*-^*  ".i^J-T-iEDW"  'i.:- �����-.'��� TO  MINERAL ACT. l  Certificate of ImBrovements.  NOTICE.  TAMARACK FRACTION. M!ii..al glalrlt,  situate in the Kettle River Miniug Division  of Yale District. Where located'i' In  Greeuwood camp.        .  TAKE  notice thatl, Isaac H. Hallett, as  ageut for the Erl Syndicata, Limitcd.Free  Miner's Certificate No.* '        "328406,  intend sixty davs fsoni the date hereof,,  to applv to the MSniup" Recover for a Certificate of ImproveM-eots, for the purpose of  obtaining a.CrowugjttntO-khe above claim.   '  And   further "take notice that action. ,nnde_-  Section37, must be commenced before' *4>e.. issuance of such Certifidate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of May, 1901.  M16 . I. H. HALLETTW ���  MINERAL  ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  LEAD KING. Mineral claim, situate' in the:  ��� Kettle River Miuing Division of Ysde District. Where locotsd: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that We, Hugh R. Elliot  Free Miner's certtfiacte No. B 29488. Herbart  Hamlin Free. Miner'6 certificate No. B 4038T, and.  Walter J. Wartman Free Miner's certificate Ko.  B 29026, intend 60 days fiom the date hereof, ta  apply to the Mining- Recorder for a' Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtiiniag-  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that .action, nndec  aetion 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated thU22ud day of May, A. D. 190L  ���--,y-:>jy-yy-i'tt'f.  District R*fc-S_-ntf._��*U*i-. R��aU  try 0&myKa&i909A E-: V'O;  Aaciat30-a.l#t.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CROWN POINT Mineral claim, situate in th*  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Crown Point.  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Issac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's certicate No. B8003, for myself and as agent for John Douglas, Free.  Miner's certificate No.B8117, John P. McLeod,  Free Miuer's CertificateB29S_9, A.N.Felly, Free  Miners Certificate No. 29569, and G. N. Hodgson.  Free Miner's certificate No. B29788,. intend,,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate ol Improv*-  ments for the purpose of obtaining a Crown.  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, nnder-  section 37, must be commenced before the is->.  suance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of May, 1900.  I. H. HALLETT,   .  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "JO DANDY" "OLD KENTUCKY" "RILEY'--  ,-LO'ST HORSE" 'TEMERAIRE FRACT  ION" "EMMxi FRACTION" and "TEXAS  FRACTION" Mineral claims, situatein the  .. Kettle. River-'Mining-  Division    of   Yale  District.   WJi'cre located : . In jfimes Creelc,, 7  Camp. -������.'-���.���. -;;'.':..;    \ ,y [yy^-y. ty- --.Ti  TAKE NOTICE thatl. Isaac H. Halteui^y'^Tp  ���agent for Leonard S. Moulton"'__^i*eUviT������'���'���?;&���  Free-Miner's Certificate JSTo. B29T89,'"rlrt*��4:'^!.';-g  ;ixtr davs after date, hereof to apply* tip?-'Uie'.?.- ;?-'r-^'  Itiniotr Recorder i'ora Certificate of *MoS^y**rJ:y!^S  Tt_S   ~T''        ^   *   '-*'!�� e%     r\**. *��_^_-*"oci    t\f     _-\V\f-l --._�����_���   ' ���^"���*^��-r-�������- ��� , -,-"1        ���-  Gn.  ��� :L *>  Sof .Ma'rj A. ��,. 19<��"3iv'-\^&fci'i:  i. ;  n  till.  ���i.\  f  I  - -  I-y  m  -���d.-y---.  '&'  -���% -���  !���-���  u.  1' ' 1  l*-'ar.re 6.  THB GREENWOOD WEBEXY TIMES.  SOCIETIES.  Boundary   Valley   Lotlge  No. 38. I.O.O.F.  \1\ EETS everv Tuesday  ;   V   Evening 'at   8.00  in  their lodge room at Masonic hall.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning breth-  ra . D.A. MacKenzie. N G  W. Elsox, Rcc. Sec  K.   OF  P.  GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P..  meets every Wednesday evening at S.00  in t.'ie Masonic hall, Grcciuvood. Sojourning  ���brethren cordially invited. M. Berger, C. -C.  A. D. Hallet, K. _".. & S.  COOKS AND WAITERS UNION NO. 117.  NOTICE OF MEETING.  THE BOUNDARY  COOKS   AND   "VVAIT-  ers Union No. 117, meets first and third  Tuesdays of each month at Uuion Hall.   "Visit-  Jtiff   members    in   good    standing-   cordially  'mvitcd.  Robert G. Wood, Chas. Dai.-.--...-,  President. Secretary.  GREENWOOD CONSERVATORY  -SILVER STREET-  NUMBER OP PLANTS AND FLOWERS  now ready.   Orders for cut flowers taken.  ���   MISS ATKINSON.  ������-WB-aa-rarawrff.fffftt^.w'Wii^^  AT   PHOENIX.  4  y  FUHSITDRB  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKER!  '  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  ���SILVERWARE  ,. BAR GOODS  The 'largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WFVIPR RROQ  yyL_i__l--l_.    fiJ_..sJC3��.  -.  VICTORIA, B. C.       I  S53SiznEas3ffi--_ssi3i  .-.y-y  !-   i  ���!-'.!  li/i  tt  i*-'���*!���**!._  ��  B- F- LESTER  '*  ���*  MAI-ID STAMPS  SELF INKING  DATING STAMPS  POCKET STAMPS  SIGN   MARKES3  TRADE CHECKS  SEALS   -:-   RUBBER TTPE.  *  *'   ROSSLAND, 7B.C7  ���Of  *  . ...---.;   9  The 'Winners on  Labor Day at the   Dinner  BucJ-et Town.  The Phoenix celebration pased off  very successfully. The numerous events  on the programme were run off with  promptness, and there was not the. delay so noticeable in the general run of  these affairs. The several committees  in charge of the different events did  their work well and to the satisfaction  of all concerned.  At a quarter past nine all the labor  organizations met at the Miners' Union  hall, and under the grand marshal - li  the day, P.J. Holohan, they formed in  ine aud marched to the depot to meet  the excursion ��� train from Cascade  Grand Forks. Immediately after the  arrival of the train the drilling contests  came off on the Dominion Copper  company's flat, near the old skating  rink.  In the heavyweight contest William  Ross and John McLeod were the only  entries, but as there was a lightweight  contest, the winners.of which, if they  drilled a deeper hole than the winners  of the heavyweight contest did, were to  take the first money in both contests-  this made Ross* and McLeod get in and  drill. They .drilled 43 inches in good  hard granite, The lightweight contest  was won by Henderson and Cox with  36 5-8 inches, Riley and Alex McLeod  second with 33 3-4 inches.  The boys' heavyweight contest under  16 was woti'by Furlong and Martin, of  Rossland,  who drilled, 14 1-4   inches  Hacket  and Ross of Phoenix second  with 9 1-2 inches. The lightweight con-.  test, bo3's under 16,'was won  by  Gui-  dotti and De Muth,  Rosslaud,  with  a  hole 12 5-S inches deep, the second pa'r  I being Loney and. Nurse,     Republic,  "Wash., 11 5-S inches.  After lunch the foot races came off  on Old I roil sides avenue, and resulted  as follows:  " '  One hundred yards open ���1st Jack  Lyuch; 2nd Fred Mitchell. Time, 10  3-5 seconds. Two hundred yards open  ���1st,. Fred Mitchell; 2nd Jack Lynch.  Time 24 seconds.'  One hundred and twenty yards hurdle  race���1st Jack Lynch 2nd Fred Mitchell. 'Time IS seconds.  Boys race under 16���1st, Jack McLaren; 2nd, Jack Pierce.  Girls' race under 16���1st, Uthel McLaren; 2nd, Agnes Pierce.  At 3 o'clock the horse races came off  on Dominion avenue and were rather exciting. The one-fourth 'mile dash was  won by Dr. Averill's Black Bird by two  lengths, L. A. Manly's Yellow Girl second, Jack Hollany's- Ginger third. In  the three-eights mile dash the order of  the'horses was slightly reversed, Yellow Girl winning quite handily, with  Black Bird second and Ginger third.  At 5 p.m. the single hand drilling  contest took place in front of the Brooklyn hotel, Dominion avenue, when Eric  Stevenson won, first money with 13 1-4  inches, Mike Burns second with 12 1-2  inches. Time, 10 minutes and 3-4 inch  steel used.  irlrs Talcen I TrTifries':  BOLSTER,  HOTEL  ���4-4* ���4'  The Only First-Class Hotel in the  Myers Creek District.  *&, ��J. A,  COOK & YOUNG, Proprietors  ��v?  CAMP  IcRIMEY  ...HOTEL...  MAGNET   FOR   GOLD   FOUND.  Pan-American  To Buffalo via all Lake Route.  SOO LINE  (via St. Paul or Chicago)  AUG. 6, 20.     SEP. 3, 17  OCT. 1. 15.  A   NIGHT   OF   TERROR.  "Awful anxiety was felt for .the  widow of the brave General Buruham  of Machias, Me., when the doctors said  she would die from pneumonia before  morning" writes Mrs. .S. H. Lincoln,  who attended her that fearful night,  "but she begged for Dr. King's New  Discoveryj which had more than once  saved her life, and cured her of consumption. After taking it, she slept all  night. Further use entirely cured  her." This marvellous medicine is  guaranteed to cure all throat, chest and  lung diseases. Only 50c and S1.00.  Trial bottle free at J. L. White's, W.  JS. Anderson's or Miller Bro's. drug  store.  SAW IOCS FOR SALE.  SPOMffi FAILS 1 NORTHERS  RAILWAY COMPANY.  NELSON & FT. SHEPPARD.  RAILWAY COMPANY.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY (MYtiXT  The only all rail route   between   all  points east, west and south to Ross���  land,    Nelson   and    intermediate  points;   connecting   at Spokane  with    the   .Great    Northern,.  Northern  Pacific and O. K-.  &   N.   Companis.  >\   \  h rough Sleeping Car  Kootenay  1      ti> Toronto  One Change to Buffalo.  E. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J.S.CARTER.   '       fc. j.COYLE,  D. P. A., Xelson, ]".C.       A.C.P.A., V.' tcouvcr  Hugh Cameron X Prop.  Best  Brands  Wines,  Liquors  and  Cigars.   Good StaWinp.  GAMP McKINNEY. R C,  After more than 22 years of patient  study and experimenting, F. M. Mecar-  tea3 of San Juan, Cal., insists that he  has succeeded in perfecting a process  whereby a piece of steel may be magnetized so as to attract gold, silver  copper, tin and^other metals heretofore  believed to be unsusceptible..       '     y_  Some two years ago Macartea was  experimenting with a view to discovering the lost'art of tempering copper  and accidently discovered a process  that'would attract gold. The plan was  so simple that he could not give public  .demonstrations of his discovery without exposing his secret, and consequently his statements were received  with no great degree of credulity. But  now that he has succeeded in imparting his mysterious force to a piece of  steel he may show it with impunity.  - A practical demonstration was given.  The mag-net used was a common steel  chisel which had been drawn out until  the end presented a surface of  one-sixteenth of an inch by five-eighths  of an inch. Although the surface was  very small it readily attracted shavings  of gold, silver, etc., which adhered  very tenaciously. ��� Western Mining  World.  The undersigned will receive tenders  up to noOn of Wednesday, Sept. 18th,  1901, for a quantity of Sawlogs (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 Spraggett's saw  mill,-recently'destroyed.by lire, 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  Forks, or of  .  CLEMENT "&.SPENCE,  .'  Barristers, &raud E'orks.  Trustees for parties interested.  Grand Forks, Aug. 27th, "1901.  Connects at Rossland with  Canadian  Pacific Ry. for Boundary points.  Connects .at Myers Falls  with  stage  daily for Republic.  Buffet    Service    oil    trains    betwccni  Spokauc and Northport.  Effective May 5t_i, 1901.  LEAVE DAY YKAl-ST AKRIY.r  9:00 a. in.....'. Spokane... 7:35 p. ni_  12:50 a. in..;.,.....Rossland ..4:10p. in.  9:15 a. in.............Nelson .....7:15 p. in..  H. A. Jacksox,  v.,  General Passimirer At'cnt-  M GREENWOOD IS THE FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL  FROM THE CITY  ROADS LEAD TO  GREENWOOD. DEADWOOD, COPPER,  SUMMIT,      LONG LAKE,      SKYLARK.  WHITE AND ATWOOD WELLINGTON,  SMITH'S.  And Otner Boundary Creek, Camps, .  Latest   patterns   in   all   shades   at  ]  .Allmacher & Wilson's.  A   SHOCKING   CALAMITY  '���Lately befel a railroad laborer,"  writes Dr. A. Kellett,. of Williford,  Ark. "His foot was badly crushed, but  Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly cured  him." Its simply wonderful for burns,  boils, piles and all skin eruptions.  Its the world's champion healer. Cure  guaranteed. 25c. Sold by filler Brps.,  J. L. White and W. E. Anderson.  HAVE BRANCHHES IN THE CITY,  ,,,* For PricesQof Lots and Other Information, Address ,,,*  ;>yy  )��� f\  1  1  THE) GRE)Ii)NWOOr)iWEE)KL^ TIMES.  Page 7.  THE   SNOWSHOE.  )V>uthony J. McMillan, managing.  *-cl��-Sctor of the Snowshoe Mines, limit-  -ed, was in town last'Sunday arid Mon-  ���'day. He was accompanied, by the  ���'CO-npany's consulting engineer, J. W.  Astley, C. E-, and with him visited the  British Columbia Copper company's  smelter and Mother Lode mine before  returning to Rossland."-'  Asked as to progress on  the  Snow-  ���������shoe mine,  in  Greenwood camp,  Mr.  McMillan stated that it is  intended to  ��� steadily extend mining operations at  "the mine, though for the time being  the output of ore will not be large. The  l company has a large quantity of ore  ���opened up and available for shipment  to the smelter, but it is unlikely that  any considerable quantity will be ship-  Jped until arrangements for freight and  j treatment rates more favorable to the  Inline can be made.  Present intentions are to ship a car  jof ore daily to the smelter at Green-  JwoodJ but the output will be thus  re-  listricted   for   a   while. '���  Meanwhile   a  -urface working or quarry in ore will  *>e opened out, and .other preparations  be made for.shipping op a considerable scale later.    The quarry will'' be  ibove the railroad track and chutes  from ;���; several parts of the ore body,  f.vhicli'is wide, will be built as to allow  : thei.ore being shot down to the railway cars below.   By the time things  |*hall be in shape for the maintenance  ' a considerable output from this surface working it may be that better rates  fill have been secured for freight and  treatment, but if not, then the company  ^ill have to consider the advisability  erecting its own smelter. ���  New mine buildings, both for officials  men, are to'beput up shortly; for  ne former offices arid for the latter  Joarding.and bunk houses and several  .ttages for married employes.   There  ire now about 40 men at work on the  tine ; and the number will likely  be  radiially increased.  DEATH   OF   J.   A.   JACOBS.  lid  We regret to chronicle the death of  A. Jacobs (father of J. R. Jacobs,  ana'ger of the Midway Trading com-  ny) of. Pasadena; California,  at the  sidence of his daughter,  Mrs. T.  A.  inters, Colville, Washington.  Mn Jacobs had been suffering for  veral years from Bright's   disease,  came northfsome months ago hop-  g the change would be of benefit.  |here  was   a   marked   improvement  hile' in Victoria, but the trip to Collie some days ago was too much for  n,', and he , died   at   midnight   last  ursdaj'.      Immediately    upon    the  eipt of the news his son left for  okane, from whence he will proceed  California with  the  remains.   Mr.  cobs  leaves a widow (who accorn-  nied   him   on   his   trip)   and   four  ildren, the eldest of -whom is J. R.  cobs of this place.���Midway Advance  DALMADGE-WEST. .;  Last Tuesday morning, at the honse  of the bride's parents, Greenwood, Rev.  J. D. P. Knox married Garrett G. Dal-  madge, formerly of Victoria but now  with. J.'W. Mellor's'Greenwood establishment, to Miss Jennie West. Mrs.,  Lena Peterson acted as bridesmaid  aud Fred Hilbert was groomsman. At  the conclusion of the ceremony Mr.  and Mrs. Dalmadge left by train for  Nelson, where they are spending their  honeymoon. Upon- their return they  make their home in Greenwood.  STOOD   DEATH   OFF-  IWanted to manage mine boarding-  [mse. Over IS year's experience.  E>ply at Times' office.  munroe ��� ���  XXX  JIhOICE CIGARS AND  TOBACCOS XXX'x:  FINE-  ���+���'%,  X  *%<  News Papers, Periodicals.  Circulating Library, Fancy  Goods, Candies, Etc,, Etc.  >*." \c ��o^.  ^I*     +���**     ��-v  C OfPP:SIRJBET  E. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,  Tex., once fooled a grave-digger. He  says; "My brother was very low with  malarial fever and, jaundice. I per-'  suaded him to try Electric Bitters, and  he'was'soon much better, but continued  their use until he was wholly cured. I  am. sure Electric Bitters saved his life."  This'remedy expels malaria, kills disease germs and purifies the blood; aids  digestion, regulates liver, kidneys and  bowels; cures constipation, /dyspepsia,  nervous diseases, kidney troubles, fe-  ihaie complaints; gives perfect health.  Only 60c at W. E. Anderson's, Miller  Bro's. and J. L.' White's drug store.  ROADS   AND   TRAILS.  99   -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MAKUFACTURERS OF  -#*  ROCK DRILLS. STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. _________________  COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS  S__l_i'.OF ALL KINDS  STOCK CARRIED IN RQSSLAND. -��Z  R. M* C. Wlcnallv, Rossland, B. g  A road repairing gang of five men,  with Dayid Beath in charge, has finished the customary summer repairs on  the main roads between Greenwood  and Rock Creek and between Anaconda  and the summit of Boundary mountain.  This gang*is now engaged in similar  work.between Phoenix arid Fourth of  July creek. Thos. Falconer has com--  pleted construction- of the wagon road-  road between Phoenix and Summit  City and is now awaiting its acceptance  by the government. Geo. Findlay is  in charge of. the grading gang at work;  on the new road, fromTEholt to Long-  Lake camp, and A. Nicholson .has had  rrieri ahead clearing the right of way  Altogether 30 men are employed on  this road, which,' it is stated, will be of  such aii easy grade as will make it one  of the best mountain roads in the. district." Theimprovemerits to the road  between Cascade and Edwards' Ferry  are finished and now the trail from  Gladstone to the John Bull mine is being made. ������'.  Up-the North Fork work is being  proceeded with between Bannock City  and the junction of the East Fork with  the main North Fork. Last year the  road was practically completed to  Bannock City, a few miles beyond Volcanic mountain, and a rough road was  cut out to Lynch Creek, some three  miles higher up the North Fork.  Lately this short length of road has  been improved and now the roadmakers  are pushing on to the East Fork, which  joins the North Fork about 12 miles  higher up the river than Bannock City.  There is already a good trail about 15  miles further to Franklin- camp,-this  trail having been made by the government last year. The appropriation for  the North Fork road will hardly do  more than pay for the work to the East  Fork and, perhaps, a briftge over the  East Fork, which for three or four  months in the year is not easily ford-  able. Such a bridge would serve as  weil-for the main North Fork, which,  in consequence Of the attention now  being paid to reputed coal lands some  30 or 35 miles higher up, should have  some provision made for the travel to  and from, these lands. It is understood  that an application has already been  made to the government from Grand  Forks for assistance in making a trail  from the junction* of the two forks  northwards towards the coal district,  and in view of the numerous applications that have lately been made for  licences to prospect for coal it is probable that this reasonable request will  be granted.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over.Bank of  Commerce.   Both 'phones.  MINERAL ACT.  To Ramoan Malcolm and any  Others  Concerned. (  - TAKE NOTICE that I- have caused to te  done on the Buster and Alaska Miueral claims  situated on. the West Fork of the Kettle River  in the Kettle River Mining-'Division of Yale  District, the work required by Section 24 of the  Mineral Act, for the year -which has expired,  and have expended for snch work and for recording the certificates thereof the sum of two  hundred and five dollars (S205) and if at the ex  piration of niiitv davs from the date of the first  publication of this notice, you fail to contribute  vour porportion of such expenditure, namely :  One hundred and fifty three dollarsand seventy  five cents iS153.75) for three-fourths interest in  said mineral claims, tog-ether with all costs of  advertising-; vour interest Jn said mineral claims  shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by the  "Mineral Acl Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated this 4th dav September. 1901.  Kate'T. McKenzie.   -  ������  4*  Is what thfey all say abput  THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR.  4       Impossible   to  cut the  face j  shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  +'  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  .    "  NOTICE.  SAN JUAN FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, siU  liate in the Kettle River Mining Division. o_  Yale District. Where located ��� Providertce  Camp.  Take Notice that I, John  "William NelsoD. :'  Free Miner's Certificate No,  B  40S32,. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the-  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim  , And further take notice that action, under  Section 87, must be, commenced before the*  issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this sixth day of June, A. D., 1901.   .  28   . J. W. Nelson.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate nf itn��rnv-��ma��+��*  NOTICE.  IDOLA." "YELLOWSTONE," "DON PED-.  RO,"    "CRESCENT   FRACTION"    aad  "YELLOWSTONE FRACTION" mineral  claims situate in the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale District.  Where located:���la Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  ag-ent  for  Richard   McCulloch, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B40397, intend, sixty days from,  the date hereof, to apply to ths ruining recorder  for certificate of improvements for the p*ttrpo��*.  of obtaining- Crown Grauts of the above claims-.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, most be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12tl_-day of July, A. D. 1901.  I. H. HALLET  +  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  4-  *  McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova Street, VANCOUVER. B. C.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "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 for Anton Portmann, Free  Miners'., certificate No. B41331. and Charles  Haering-, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B40607       intend sixty days        ,fr,om  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim" .  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day of June, A. D. 1901.  I. H. HALLETT.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTKERSfflP.  R. P. Ritlet & Co.  LIMITED.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  E. JACOBS,  nil, llll EI  THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE  subsisting between thc 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  cocsejtt.  All debts owing to thc said partnership are 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 tbe  said Ernest Cartier by whom the same will be  paid.  Dated this I2th day of A ugust, 1901.  HARRY DALE,  ERNEST CARTIER.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "QUEEN OF SHEBA" mineral claim, situate  in the Kettle River Minir.g Division of Yale  District. Where located : Iu Copper  camp, adjoining the "Jumbo" and "Harqua  Hala" mineral claim...  TAKE NOTICE that we, Thomas McDonnell, of Greenwood in the said district  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 40,302 and  William Graham McMynn, of the same  place, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 40,601, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th dav of August. 1901.  thomas McDonnell.  W. G. M?MYWy"yi  MINERAL ACT. '  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE;,  TAMARACK FRACTION. _-ti.ii_._.l eiatiiU  situate in the Kettle River Miniug tli vision  of Yale District. Where located.*! In  Greenwood camp.  TAKE  notice that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  ageut for the Erl Syndicate, Limitcd.Free  Miner's Certificate No.' '        B28406,  intend sixty days {com the dale hereof,,  toapplv to the-V_-ning"Reco��der for a Certificate of Improvemeobs, for the purpose of  obtain'n? a.Crown g_aut of the above dartm.   '  And   further "take notice that action, -aider  Section 37, must be commenced before' ibe.is-  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of May, 1901.  M16 I. H. HALLETT<  MINERAL  ACT.  _____ Certificate of Improvemeats.----  NOTICE. '  LEAD KING. Mineral claim, situate   in   the-.  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale   Duh  trict.   Where iocoted:.   In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that We, Hugh R. Elliot  Free Mfoer'scerttfiacte No. B 29488. Hertert.  Hamliu Free Miner's certificate No. B 40387, and:  Walter J. Wartman Free Miner's certificate So.  B 29926, iutend 60 days fi om the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining:  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  Aud further take notice that, action, underaction 37, must be commenced before the -38t_.->  ance of such Certificate of 'Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of May, A. 0.1901  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CROWN POINT Mineral claim, situate in tbet  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Crown Point  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Issac H. Hallett,,  Free Miner's certicate No. B8003, lor my~  self and as agent for John Douglas, Frets  Miner's certificate No.B8U7, John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's CertificateB29S<J9, A.N.Pelly, Free-  Miners Certificate No. 29569, and G. N. Hodgson_  Free Miuer's certificate No. B29788,. intend.,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the.  Mining Recorder for a Certificate oi Improve.,  ments for the purpose of obtaining aCrownt  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, nndei>  section 37, must be commenced before the is-,.  suance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of. May, 1900.  . l.B. HALLETT,   .  LAND REGISTRY  :vACT^  ?s^��"*5B!*3_S;'v*&^~f  "-   .  GREENWOOD.  -3  In the Matter of the Title of-JLot.il.,. Block ���il.  According to the Sub-division of the "i-ARK  HORSE" Mf-seral Claim.) fSsSi 2I.;Clty of  Green-wood. Group One, Osojcm Division of  '.Yale District; 7 .���y7:.''Y^-?y-:.-.*  ������ y-t:':*ri"t-::,y   !  WHEREAS.the Certificate;*)*: I'Sifte  of .William A. Corbett to tteaboye hapeAftSUpents.has  been lost or 'destroyed,' ana-iappiwa^nl has  been maaeto.ma for a dupii^t_i:t��'^of^7^j  "-. NOTICE IS. HEREBY'6l*g^1tpi:'_|'cpri7  cate: Cc>ti-ic"ate"; of- Title'5 wiip&K:M^ied at^the'  exjMr^iOTL^f ��i"3 raouthyfr^^^^  nnles9ii-i*tlife:_neantime .^iUS.tp-^^M<��0''to the  coattarj- is ��g-ideto me itxttxi4\ilaB'.hi-���:-��*  -stf. k7edw^  "*��� District 'JRc��_^mt7��^d , -Reals  /������ '   try.: OScC. ife-feJc*gST.*B,  C_  ' i Aa^ditmB^vmfyyyiry'...^.  Im  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE..  "JO DANDY" "OLD KENTUCKY"'-RILEY'-  ,'LOST HORSE" 'TEMERAIRE FRACT  ION" "EMM-i FRACTION" and ".TEXAS  FRACTION" Mineral claims, situate in the  Kettle   Ri\er   Mining   Division    of    Yale  District.   Wiiere located :    In James Creole, .  Camp. ^ -       ,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett- as "  agent for Leonard S. Moulton Barrett,  .Free Miner*.- Certificate _No. B297S9. 'intemi  ��ixty da^s after dale liereof to applv--to the  3Ttnio" Recorder for a Certificate of S*mpro*-��-  rae ��e purpose of obtaining aCrAucn.  Gr. "-'-ove claim. '   ;  t "'   -_ke notice that   action nnosnr- -  f 'be   commenced   before   tils,  "���"ifica'c of Imorovenu-nte,;? .  W M?.jv A. D,. lOW.'. -J\r'  \        I. H.HALLE TTC"  -3;  t  x x  :���<���  *.  17-  ���< *  - .  yy  ,  - H  ,\  f  \  $  i  &  ,-.  1 -'.psfgfl  '���������������W^mm  ���������'���te_H8&  ."��� :viw*-!iras!s.  Page 8.  THB  GREENWOOD- WEEKLY TIMES  111  aaaB-  uimmufc-UUMimwima  ParticuJar and  Prompt attention  given to our mail  order department  I MILLER BROS f  .10 BE HELD AT  GREENWOOD   ON  OCTOBER   2 2ND.  GREENWOOD RECOGNIZED  Sitting Will Include Supreme Court  Cases���History of Movement to.  'Secure Supreme Court Sittings-   ..;  A. Gazette extra issued last Saturday,  -cot-tains the dates fixed for holding the  Fall courts of assize, and the names  - of the places  at which  they, shall be  Iteld./For  the first  time  Greenwood  ��� "appears on the list, October 22nd being  -the da-fce appointed for openingthe first  ~"a.ss_ze'courtto be helditi^tlie-Boundary-  ���district.    Supreme court sittings,  civil  ��� sand criminal, are to De held. This  ^eventual recognition by the provincial  riroveMiuient of the increasing neces-  -s.ty for holding supreme court sittings  -."here is a 'matter for congratulation.  'it is. but simple justice to those  'Staving- business in thc higher courts  'iliat the great expense, inconvenience  -���-.-id loss of time attendant upon having  f'o go out of the district to attend the  ���courtsshall be.discontinued.'  Jt is now nearly two years since a  "beginning was made to urge the claims  ���of Gj. ecu wood in this direction, and  ���since then both the Greenwood Board  ��of Trade and thc Bar Association have  --.aken advantage of every opportunity   whether such was  presented  by  the  ���visit to the city of any member of the  ;���:��'.-eminent or thc sending to Victoria  i.tf any delegation in the public interests���to make such representations  -_���.���. appeared likely to further thc  '-.nd  in view.    Last year  an   advant  age was gained in having secured the appointment of William  G. McMynn as registrar of the  supreme court at Greenwood, and this  took effect on May 15th. Seventeen  months from the time the local supreme  court registry was established is rather  a long time to have had to wait for the  holding here of the first assize court,  but now that the end long sought appears in view, those who worked to  achieve this result may be satisfied  with the assurance that "all's well that  ends well."'  It may be of interest at this juncture  to recall some of the reasons that have  been advanced in favor of holding  supreme court sittings at Greenwood,  so the following from a letter sent last  May by the Greenwood Board of Trade  to the Iyieutenant-Governor-in-Council  is now quoted: "The nearest assize  town to Greenwood at present within  the County of Yale, is Vernon, and  each criminal trial arising in the  Boundary country, triable at Vernon  before the court of assize, costs the  government from $50 to. $75 per witness  and in addition a greater amount for  the expense of conducting the prisoner  to the place. The - witnesses for the  accused cost him a like amount in addition to the expense of counsel. In  the event of the accused being found  innocent, the expense and loss to him  is therefore unnecessarily great.  "In the year 1898 eleven indictable  offences arising in this district were  disposed of, some by speedy trial and  a number at the Vernon assizes. In  the year 1899 twelve like cases were  tried. In 1900 ten were disposed of,  ;and in the<present year"five cases have  arisen in the Boundary country which  come under the jurisdiction of the assize court. -. Four cases at least of this  number will be heard at the forthcoming assizes at Vernon, unless the  venue be previously changed. Ia the-  four cases mentioned we are infom-ed  that there will be twenty-two witnesses-  at least for the Crown alone, all of  whom reside in the Boundary district.  It is safe to assume that it will,be-  necessary to have as many witnesses-  present at these ttials-on Behalf of the  prisoners.  "We beg further to point out that,the  greater part of.the cost referred to-  above may be saved to the Crown and  to the accused by .making Greenwood  an assize town, and as' against this-  saving of expense the ODl-y cost, to the  Crown world be the expense of; sum-  moninga* jury in this vicinity.  "We also beg to say that in 1900  front the 15th day of May, which-is .the  date of the establishment of the;  supreme court registry at Greenwood,.  25 supreme court actions were commenced, of which 11 are pending at the-  present time. In 1901 17 cases have  been commenced, of which 14 are still  pending. These figures do-not include  actions commenced in the neighboring  registry of .'Grand Forks- It is unnecessary to point out that the expense  of taking" witnesses from the-Boundary.-  district-to-Rossland^or��� Nelson,���the  nearest points at which the supreme  court actions arising in this vici'ssity  are tried, is even greater than in.  criminal cases."  . :     ���  - -  STOOD   DEATH   OFF-  E. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,.  Tex., once fooled a grave-dig'gei**.. He  says: "My brother was very low with  malarial- fever and jaundice. I persuaded him to.try Electric Bitters, and.  he was soon much better, but continued  their use until he was whollycured. I  am sure Electric Bitters savedhis life."*  This.remedy expels malaria,, kills disease germs aud purifies the blood; aids  digestion, regulates liver, kidneys and  bowels, cures constipation,, dyspepsia,  nervous diseases, kidney troubles, female complaints-; gives perfect health.  Only 60c at W. E. Anderson's, Miller  Bro's. and J. L. White's drug store.   .  Sunday, Sept. 21st will be an eventful day for the Greenwood hose team.  Mother Lode team took second money  on Labor Day, but feel they are equal  to the Greenwood boys and to decide  who should hold first place a contest  will take place Sept. 21st, for a purse  of $100.  c-'Ww  CAIP  IcKIfflEY  ...HOTEL...  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop  Best  Brands  Wines,  Liquors  and  Ci{rars.   Goal Stabling-.  ���1  CAMP McKINNEY, B. C,  *,'W/W'W'W:  DAWSON   fir)   CRADDOCK  ���:     . -! .. *  Cigars and Tobaccos.  Smokers'Siinc-ies.  ComfortaWejCiub Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Doors  Be_.ow  y Rendeix Corner.  miscellaneous;  New Goods at'Allmacher & "Wilson's.  Mail orders promptly  filled���Anderson's drug store.  Dont forget.to goto- the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,  good mocha and java coffee,- good tea  aiid fresh; groceries.  'Rooms at the Clarendon 58' cents--per  night.  For Rent���A xiew store  building on  Copper street.   Apply at Times- office.  For fine tailoring go - to Alilm aches &  Wilson Vs.. ;   ���  If you want the beat  candies  in  the  icity go to Munroe's.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen* for painless extraction, of teeth, at Dr. Mathi-  soa'.'s.  For Rent���Four-roont: house furnished,, all conveniences. $12. Apply at  Times office:. . ���  ' We receive consignments- weekly of  the fanious.Okanagan fruit.. Pri'cesto  Suit those who want to put up fruit. C  V. Semerad.  II Iii  /. P. ARMSTRONG  PROPRIETOR  ��<.#*��.##*###�����#*#���*#��##*��#��  ��� Take your prescrip tions- to- the  Wiiidsoi: "Sni^ Stto'eTrW.'^rAHd'.tfsWi'r  Greehwoodi -  Ice cream, and. fresh- candiesn _ut the  Greenwood* Candy F'ac.tory.,. C. V.'  Semerad',.proprietor.*       ,  ���9  1  _?  ���SPLENDID���  I ...PHOTOGRAPHS...  ��  OF THE   I PROCESSION AND HAND  ���# 15 cts each  %   3V>1m c��x*es  *   Poofc-A ��� Statir 'pry,  "iVan  <l - *- -_  ���k ����� i:��**����u �����#��'#*����� ii'S-is**':' *-**���#���;������$ ���_���*.���  ft     .    ��� ���    .  B- F. LESTER  Rubber Stamps  HAND STAMPS  ,  SELF INKING ,-j  DATING STAMPS  POCKd^ STAMPS  SIGN MARKERS  i TRADE CHECKS  SEALS -l-   HUBBER TYPE.  ROSSLAND,   B.   C.  tilersTaken^"limes" Office.'*  If you* want nice so3ir driiilss. Gal1!   at  South'F,'nd grocery. ��� ''"  "Bramogrip cures colds.���2S' ce-nts ���  Anderson's Pharmacy.  To i._.'r���A furnished  ihree roomed  cottage .    Apply Times office..  *  9  ft  *  th  9  ft  ftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft'  ft  ft  ftft  ft  ftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ft  ftft  ftft  ftft  ft  I  ftft  ft  ftft  ftft  ft  ft  ft  ft  Sift  Sift  ftft'  ft  ftft  ftft  ft-  ft  ft  9  'ftft  _���_  ftft  *Kr  ��  Erect Form Corset.  THE "W. B. ERECT F0RM,,  embodies those cardinal truths of Corset making  the designer bav 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.  '������xyx'  %.  ftft  .��.  ��.  9'-:  ������-���".������*..  which *  ;*7  ��  ft/:  ft  ft*;'  ft  ft-:  ft.:  ft  ftft  ft  ;ft  ��� ft  .ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��-.  ftft  ft  ft:  ��� ,-��  For grace and style of figure  For perfect ease and comfort  No Corset equals the  "W B" and "La Vida"  To Be Had at  9  ft.  ��� ft  "ft  .ft-.  'ft.  ftft  'ft  "ftft  ft  .���ftft  ��.  ftft  ft  ftft  ���ft  ftftftftftft^ft^fftfti^ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft  '\^^'o-y^"^^'^i-<:__��'.'Cjag��ag5^>^'*>!'-^-S--Cg^  -c>v^-C_��_*<_.'_._c_:<K:_.i'_s-__-je^^^..  ����^5:��sfes-5^w^_sr'.>>:ss.>7^5^.^K��.'.���*';��  You caa get the very best apple  cider by the gallon at Vae-B- C. Wholesale Lin-Mr Co.  m  m  i  m  9 ��-��  09  II  II'  1   :  ��1  For RbnT���Corner store with three i  oom.., papered, rent, about S20.  -  Apply The Times office. tf ,  Go to Anderson's pharmacy for  drugs, toilet, articles, sponges, soaps,  perfumes, etc., (-.veenwood.  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both smelters. Do not miss seeing  them.   Smith & McRae.  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents.  Prescriptions filled correct^-���Ander  son's pharmacy.  Rooms at the Clarendon 50 cents per  nisrht. tf  "Flints Emulsion of  Cod I/iver Oil  r��� the best���Andersons the Druggist.  We carry the only Flannel Suitings  in town.   Allmacher & Wilson.  H. B. Munroe has received a fresh  consignment of choice confectionery^   ?��$$?��_].��  $��.!>-��ftft*��$Sft  C. C. C. C. ttje great nerve builder  3*1 ).0Q ai ATttiS_Vsoi--fc FhZtmZCf,     (  1-7    ���$ ,J3_  f���t   --     ...  .  *.-M  Si.  ���m  Smoke'a William Pitjt Cigar.    A jolly given ||  with  every' cigar at'FiSiieSr'.    Ask for it. k|.  *'���*������* v.?��'T  ��������� ���   ��� '  ���0  m  m  m  ip  ;*���_____ a H'**-'      o       1^  When  vou   can   get   the   best   cigars  ml <-? m '^  the   country .at   FlSlierS  %%t  *��� mt  ���m  * a �� Dead = &m II  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK.  ��� Copper Street.  t:  piiaUuauuiuaiiaaiaaaiiiiaiUaaaaiiaiuaaaiiauii^  PETER GENELLE, PRES. J. GENELLE, VICE'PRES.  J. POUPORE. SECRETARY.  L  oiionn.  LIMITED.  General Office,  ���Greenwood. B. C.  Telephones :  Columbia No.  Boundary Creek Xo.  Vernen & Nelson  No. 2fi.  ->�� Our    Yards    and  Mills    are  ���g located as follows :  ~�� Greenwood,    Phoenix.    Dead-  -^g wood Citv. Eholt No. i, EUbl No.  ~~m 2, .Long- take, Rock Creeli. Skj--  ;_3.-'ark  Camp,    Nakusp,    Hobsoii,  ������� Ymir and Rosslaud.  We A��re Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : -: : : :  ilOfeiilii.i  *���' -SfCt  -   '   .       I  ti

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