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 tgpgyigr."' ���'���J******  ���^a-��aaj|^BB)il..��;-r-nrf-7-":.r-i--.  -___..,..������,,,. ������-. ,.,.,.,..^  ass^a/ssi  T"  Publislied Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District,  ftph. V1IL  GREENWOOD. B. C. FRlDAYl AUGUST 16, 1901.  No. 44  rT\  .ABOR DAY TO; BE A GALA DAY IN  GREENWOOD  I 'T.ftNS WELL ARRANGED  y tlie Committee���Numerous Entries  For   Different/ Sports Assured.  / ���        A Bicycle Contest.  Ir*-'"  /-  ., Last Friday night the general  cotn-  uttee got^.thio'iigh a  lot of business  nd before'they adjourned a progratn-  te of u.gbod day's sports was mapped  ut.    Triefaie will begin at 8:30 in the  lornitig when  the parade will start  *om ^Kimberley .;5avenui_   and follow  racticallj- th,��'|_tme route as last year,  "he processidnfyfiltTbe headed  by the  "idway brass hand of fourteen  pieces  ho  are  goiiigfto play during the day  [nd   evening.-   Immediately  after the  irade  there  will  be  a lug chopping  uitest  and   the small sports will take  b the balance of, the forenoon.    At  |jie o'clock the drilling contest   will  in.   There will   be three  matches,  ie  for heavy  weights,  due for light  eights and machine drilling.    R.   P.  Illiams,   the Jenkes   Machine' com-  uiy-s popular   resident    agent    has  uidly offered to equip the contestants  hi the latter event.   After the drilling  (i'orse   racing   will  begin.    There will  e a half mile free for all,to be run  in  'eats,  a 600 yard clash, a race for local  iddle horses, owners up, a pony race,  and a race for lady  riders.   The lire-  lien's races will include'aihub and hub  ]nd   wet   test.    Teams   are,, expected  -om   Nelson,   Rossland    and   Grand  dries,  so that the event should be one  t the most exciting of the day.  A. W. Strickland, A.   Ferguson   and  >.   Bannerman  were  appointed   mar-  halls   for   the   day.    They are deter-  ined to have no long delays between  vents.      Arrangements     have'   been  bmpleted with the C. P. R. for special  ||ates and a special train service.    The  are will be a fare and a fpiarter for  ound  trip.     Tickets will be sold at  iossland and .Nelson on August 3lst.  rood to September 2nd.     In Boundary  iistrict, tickets will be sold oh Monday,  .eptember   2nd   good   to    return   on  Tuesday.     A special train will leave  Dascade at 7  a. m. Monday morning,  ranTTForksr7.507E.iolt" 8f4Oyarriv ing  it Greenwood 9:15.    Visitors may  return by special train.at 12:15 midnight  or by the regular on Tuesday.  There is. a handsome trophy . in  Greenwood and thereby hangs a tale.  It-ot-a-stput up at the Nelson celebration  last ..year   in    connection    with    the  bicycle raees and it was won by Bert  Mclntyre of Greenwood. The cup was  to be won twice before it could become  the final property of tlie winner. Now  under the rules of bicycle racing the  holder of the cup has the privilege of  contesting for its ownership iu his own  town but evidently the Nelson sports  wished to have a string attached to  the trophy. This ;week- Mr. Mclntyre  was notified that the race for the cup  took place at Nelson during the Dominion Day celebration, that it was won  by some Nelson man,' and asking- him  to return it forthwith. As this is the  first intimation Mr. Mclntyre had that  such a race took place or was going to  take place, and consequently he was  denied the privilege of contesting, the  cup will be run for in Greenwood on  Labor Day and all the Nelson riders  will receive due notice. Mr. Mclntyre  will gracefully deliver the cu" if a  better man wins the race, but he objects  to being flim-flammed.  BACK   FROM   SIMILKAMEEN.  Last Monday, Smith Curtis, M. P.  P., returned to Greenwood from the  Similkameen, in which district he has  been tor about a month. He agrees  with most other visitors that there are  there numerous good mineral showings  but many, of these are held by prospectors and others who lack ��� sufficient  'capital tp open them' up to such an extent as would fully demonstrate their  values. The district, he thinks,'has  received so little attention at the hands  of the provincial government that  claim owners are in most instances  discouraged, or at any rate disinclined  to do much work whilst so little is being done towards making the different  camps of the district accessible by  wagon roads or trails. The appropriations made for such works are absurdly  inadequate, so that the progress of the  district is much hindered by this practical1, neglect * of a : large extent of  .couiitrythat would very probably, 4 under more favorable conditions iu the  direction indicated, be having much  more prospecting and development  work done in it this season than isnow  being done. Mr. Curtis expresses confidence that the Siruilkanieen has  resources���mineral, agricultural and  pastoral���that .will eventually-make it  an important section of the province,  bu^ until roads and trails are made it  is u nlikely that these splendid resources,  will be developed to anything like the  extent they should be. He is an advocate of the building of a wagon road  from Hope through to Princeton,  which road would, he thinks; not only  be   a   base  iro_u   which   prospectors  NEW COI  CIRCULAR ISSUED SHAREHOLDERS  OF GOLDEN CROWN COMPANY  REGARDING THE SHARES  In New Company and tells of Development at the Mine���Prospects  are Bright.  ���'U'h.-*  tKU)  would work into comparaU^ely"Targe"  areas of country as- yet anprospected,  but would as well make the distiict so  much more accessible than it is at  present that many people from the  coast would be encouraged; to visit it  and so be assisted to familiarize themselves with its great possibilities and  its prospective commercial importance  to coast merchants, who would consequently use their influence to secure  for it something like adequate attention from the government. Mr. Curtis  proposes to return to the Similkameen  shortly and to spend a few weeks more  in further acquainting himself with its  resources and wants.  Grapes, nectarines, water melons,  eanteloupes; fresh fruit of all kinds at  Semerad's.  AVj iv.ive In- sine!"  a <_i>iii|.lete   lino of all the  newly a.iuliori/.c.l text books, ttlAo  SCRIBBLERS,  CRAYONS,  PENCILS,  ETC.,   ETC.  Our prices-are' right'and you can ���*_..<. money  by buying- your sc'iool i-U'.ip'.ies from  TKE   KING   SOLOMON.  A drift has been started on the  course of the lode on the King Solomon,  in Copper camp, and the copper ore that  is being taken out in driving is to be  sent to thc local smelter. Some of this  ore, it is stated, contains a much larger  percentage of copper than a 1.3* other  ore 3'et met with in quantit}* in the  district. The drift is being run at the  lowest level it is practicable to get 011  the vein starting from the surface of 1 necessary  the side hill. The expectation, is that  at least 1,000 tons of ore will be obtained as this working is extended. Besides  the men working on tlie propertj- the  owners have other men employed in  improving the wagon, road  from Cop-  The following circular has been addressed to tne shareholders of the  Brandon and Golden Crown Mining  compari3*, limited Habilit3*:  The proposed re-construction of the  compare* of which you received notice  some weeks ago has been accomplished, the necessary resolutions having  been passed unanimously at a meeting  at whiflh more than six-sevenths of the  stock was represented. The new company has been duly organized ai d the  agreement for the transfer to ir of the  undertaking has been executed and  registered.  As the liquidator's notice, which,  probably is now in your hands, informs  3'ou, each holder of shares in the old  company, is entitled within a limited  time to claim an equal- number of  shares in the new company of thesame  par value (31.00), but subject to culls to  an amount not greater than five, cents  a share. The new directors think it an  opportune time to place before .vou the  position of the mini*-, and to state "what  they believe to be its prospects.  As 3'ou are aware the Golden Crown  is a full-sized mineral claim (1500x1500  feet) in Wellington camp, situate within two and a half miles of Phoenix by  road. The work done on it is as follows: There is a prospect shaft of 53  feet, a tunnel of 322 feet, and a main  shaft, vertical, with double compartments, 322 feet deep, timbered and  built in a ver3* permanent manner  throughout. At the 30, 100, 150 and  300-foot levels there is in all nearly-  2,300 feet of work, consisting of crosscuts, drifts, raises, winzes and stopes.  The plant consists of a 60-horse power  horizontal return tubular boiler, a 30-  horse-power hoisting engine, a 12x18  Rand straight line air compressor, a  36x8 air receiver, four machine drills,  a 10x.7x5_.10 Knowles sinking pump, a  ���.x6x4 Snow duplex pump, a platform  ��cage~"ahdi_all"necessary���accessories.-  There are two large ore bins, tramways, etc., and bunk, boarding and  other houses, all well built. The above  work and. plant have entailed an expenditure" of about ninet}- thousand  dollars.  Ore to the extent of over 2,200 tons  was, during 1900, shipped to the smelter, the returns from which ran from  $8 to $24.96 a ton. There are strong  reasons for thinking that these returns  were not nearly as large as the ore was  entitled to, but in any event the charges  for freight and smelting, then obtaining, were so high (��7.00 a ton) that the  company's profit was much less than it  ouglit to have been. The freight haul  was about 120 miles while now there  are two smelters within a distance of  twenty-two miles by rail. Tha cosy of  freight and treatment at present is  little more than half what it was when  our ore svas smelted, and it is expected  that still further reductions will be  made for treatment. If when wc shipped, the rates had been as favorable.as  they will be for the future, the mine  would easily have paid,if or its own development as it proceeded.  The object of the-re-construction is  to pay the debts that (ire against^..he  mine, and to develop it;, to the e-__e.it  to locate its. principal ore  bo die*, and get them into shape for  economical and continuous .shipping.  To do this tt is nece-.sdr-y that -J he  _ tia,ehoUleiS-.hoiud co-operate and treat  the call on  the  stock  should  be  p-tld.  sold for enough to make further calls  unnecessaty. It is purposed that the  further development work shall be  done through a practical mine manager  who will reside on the propert3r and  who, with the assistance of a consulting engineer, will be able to do the  work to the best advantage.  The directors consider the mine's  prospects bright. Few mines in the  Boundary' countrj' stand higher in the  opinion of mining men, few produce  ore of as high a grade, there is every  indication that ore will be found' in  paying quantities, and the facilities for  mining and shipping and smelting are,"  for the future, excellent. A spur track  from the C. P. R. line leading to Phoenix, run**-right into the property under  the ore bins. The fact that tht railway  company built this specially, is itself a  strong proof of the mine's reputation.  They had an- examination made and  upon the report received, built the spur.  The head office of the new company  is at Brandon. Manitoba, arid the directors are as follows: Hon. Hugh J.  Macdonald awd .William L. Parrish of  Winnipeg, Hon. Senator KirchofTer,  His Honor Judge Cumberland, George  R. Coldwell,.' K. C, ' Andrew Kelly,  Frederick Nation and Joseph B. Curran  of Brandon, and William A. Fuller of  Greenwood, B. C- These' men are  representative of all classes of the  shareholders. Among' them, are a  number who bought their stock when  the price was near its highest point.  They are one and.all deeply- interested  in the mine and.they promise a careful  and economical marageraent of its  affairs.  The secretary will be glad to receive  from each shareholder, on the blank  form sent out by. tlie liquidator, the  necessary claim for stock in the reconstructed company,, at an early date.  JOH-*J  L_*G.USr  Secretary Golden. Crown. Mines, "Ltd.  Brandon, Man., August 1st, 1901- .  MR.   A.   A-   MUNROE   ONE OF THE  PRINCIPAL SHAREHOLDERS  VISITS    THE    MINE  And is Delighted With the Outlook-  Ma* Build a Smelter-Will Sh.p_  to Nelson Smelter.  "I am delighted with the outlook at  the Sunset" said A. A. Munroe to a  Times representative; '"The ore bodies  uncovered since my previous visit to  the mine is far liPivntul thi. most sanguine expectation* n* ~v ;����<_.���-.���_��_.��  and my self. With sufficient: ore in  sight to maintain a steady output we  will now seriously consider the erection  ot* a smelter to treat our. own ores.  The Sunset ores are not high grade  and the company in order to retain all  the profit should treat its own ore. In  the meantime we will ship 25-toSO tons' ���*-���  a day to the Hall Mines smelter. They'  are anxious to get our ores- for fluxing  and during Mr. Campbell's recent visit  heie he offered us flattering, induce- '  ments to send Sunset ore to hissmelter_  They need about 25, tons a day for  liuxing and, this; amount at least will  be sent." ���  Mr. Munroe accompanied by his  brother Dr. Munroe of Montreal who  is enjoying a holiday trip. in.the west.  They will remain here for. several days  before returning east.  COLUMBIA TELEPHONE  Rooms at the Clarendon 50 cents per  night.  -     .     ' ���;.     . _    '  THE   NO.    I.  Development work, at the N.o. 7 mine,  in Central camp, is-.progressing; steadily. The drift at the 60-foot level is  now in nearly 200 feet and the vein, of  quartz has widened'tp. about four feet  in width, which is the greatest width  yet opened up in lite nunc, The 120-  foot level is in Hi feec and __ere, too,  the ore is showing, u.p< -vwetli.. The contractor for hauling, the- ore to the railway at Boundary __���-__-__. nu.t on a second  team this week and is. now delivering  about 50 tons weekly at the railway  siding. The ore.is, being, treated at the  -British--Columbia.=-Cogipe*r,-,compaay^s  smelter, Greenwood, the-quartacoming  in handily to mix. w.Lth the pyrrhotite  ores from the Mother Lode and B. O.  mines.  If you want, the- best candies in the  city go to Munr.oe's.  CRQE- PROSPECTS.  Companies  Lines   Have  Been   Acquired, by  77 ��� .. Vernon & Nelson....���'.  Greenwood will shortly be stripped of  its uniqueness In a telephonic way and  the Boundary metroplis' will, then be  forced to struggle along with, one  telephone system just the.same as dd  other large cities. At one time Greenwood enjoyed the distinction of being-  the only town in America, possibly in.  the wor.d. that had three, distinct  telephone systems, but it. waa iu an  age of combinations and trusts* The  Cep.urabia Telephone company.absorbed  the Spokane & Northern Telephone  company, and now the Columbia has  been absorbed by, the Vernon. & Nelson. The deal ..was consummated a.  few days ago?*, hen the Royal Bank of  Canada into whose fia-rds~-U^~CoIum-"=  bia had fallen leased the   Columbia,  lines to the rival company..  From the agricultural district along  the International boundary line west  of Myers creek come reports of excellent crop, prospects. Visitors from  Greenwood to.those-parts say that on  some of.the farms the hay and grain  crops are looking well and that present  indications point to a good yielo. Oats  and wheat arc growing fast on the  high-land farms aud, with ordinarily  favorahle conditions continuing, a  bountiful harvest should be gathered. F. Kirkham, representing the Mc-  There is not much land under fruit, but i Coi'mick   Manufacturing company  of  Chas. H. Wolf, ore "buyer for the  Granby smelter, paid, a visit to the  King Solomon mine a few days ago..  He has since left for. the Slocan, oa.  business for the Granb3;.company.' W..  Yolen Williams, the. company's mine  manager, has gone east on a business  trip.    Owing to the delaj; Ln commencing-  the Phoenix branch, Dr. Foster has decided not to take up the railway  medicine work but. to.continue practice  in the city. He will be found in his.  old office in the Naden-Flood block.  where there are fruit trees in bearing  they are doing very well indeed. As  far west as Keremeos a similarly favorable condition prevails, for those wlio  have seen Mr.   Richter's  orchard  say  London, Out., was calling on  patrons  or his linn in the city this week.  The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Presbyterian   church intend  having a  literary  I  ,;,,., .     Daniel Gradv-, committed for trial at  At   ie-_-.t   a  month  and  a half  mi.-Nt  per camp towards Greenwood, so that elapse .ictween calls, and the directdrs  I the team's that arc to haul the ore may j do net piopose to make any call grea/ci  j take heavier loads. The further devel-| th.LU one cent. They hope, moreo/*er,  | opment of the King Solomon .will most j th.it ah tne c,Uls_necd not be njfade,  likely attract attention to Copper-camp.! there is goo.l leason to beheve/.that  aiien, \. nich is v. iy 111m.l1 to 5iede-.i_._d, a <*r the tir��t two or three havy been  thi** camp ha.i-'g b_t_n uegle ted for nie.. lhe'deb*s ..rranje 1, and -\TOik te-  two 01 tniee \e 11 ->.  that   apples,   plums,  and  other large ! and social meeting on Thursday  even-  fruits arc bearing freely  and   that  the ; ing, August 22nd, at eighi-  o'clock.    A  fruit  is  very   line   this  setison.    Each : cordial invitation is giveu   to   all  who  succeeding year  seems lo show  more : are interested,  plainly   that   the   Boundary   country  from, the   Similkameen   to   Chr  lake,   is capable  of   producing   much ! Cascade on th,. 5U. inst., chose j. speed-.  agneult-tral and horticultural  produce j  and Uut there should  not be  any   ney  ce.sit.)      for    depending    on     outside  d1sl.11.l-> f'.'i* these products.    With  soil  and   c.i.'iate. generally   favorable    for;  tlieir <,.n,Yth it is   not  surprising   that  there 1-. an increasing tendency towards  the aCi-.iir'etnent of suitable  lai  trial at Grand Forks last Satuio i*�� and  was sentenced by Judge Lean*, to  ttiree years' imprisonment in t ie  pen-  -.eliU.-l'V.  ; ���-r- t-  \V. T. Sinith is stated to have trans--  ,1-erre-i io UC-lroit parties thc option on  ine _-_ii-r. ei-tiui, near Boundary Falls,  mention o; winch v.'as made in the  '.-'lines last week.  f-  1.  IS'  ���tf:  :m  T'i\  i  y I-  if  %  .;_'  ;:i  '.  ��� '.li  ���������rfssiw*" I  ilfftff  [*fe-_4  v$ym  "W'A^S'Af  y". \mm  ���U-yh^Mi  m  ;"���  %y0m  $y0$>yi  ���"��� A  i  i#i*i]  - &.S..-ff,l��*S����B-l 1  ^*^JUia_a-Li-__i X  -"E"~77**4Hy��U'.'.r  'fttlym^.  . .!��%>.  ������ f'sfeaag*.  ��� ��_ -i44'is-s^'j: a  myyyym'  .'P'.'fig||sil'.  .4- :-7'-f'7^  l(iv-.}i:--.M:l.l\  -   ^IX'��� *.'r-'.';..-.-��� ���,���_- ,v'..i  v k'mmd-.  <:r'^>���:'^^',Vs-;-.!'  fe..'V*:-'',-,:^;.;-A'n'  r Pace 2.  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  mm HAPPENINGS,  .   ;.;','2klr. :rp-;. Mr-. J.   L.   White  have  re-  r^raiec- U> CVraeiuv .pd f r om a visit t^-the  ���'iSfiacJitt. ..exteadiug QVer Hhr'ee '.or. four  W J>_j.i_.  '!_. S. Mt.irt.Gi. Barrett came in on  t-a_��t "i'-'i-'dtietd iy night's train ou his  a&jf_ _c->ni a trip to the C.-.riboo and  -fSixsitt-eca <*ouu try.  S. G. VFiispn, superintendent of the  -SVritic-AineUfr, is tack from a visit to  ���K&s-ea-.t'- He has no information for  ���gM-S-sl-cation about the starting up of  isiAceiupany's s i elter.  .E.,o:it_a-rd Norris government agent  v:��.t Vernon, spent a couple of days of  ira\s.  week-, in.- Greenwood   on   official  -_.-U-&KC��S  tit- Jft.. Munroe and Dr..J- A.. Munroe,  t-ciwi are interested in.the Montreal and-  "2S����-j-o��i.Cor.'per.co'.niJany, owning the  -SEKtet^uroup, in Dead woo I camp, are  asiw ir. town having-'a-ar.iwed f rom Mou-  ���Sf-K*.a_i tlixough the week.  7-SL'd-amo id drill, for u-se in the  Cari-  Sus-McKinney.   company's    mine'-'at  - 'SZJL.rzp McKinney, reached Midway last  -Tw��K.k'.3.ud Has since been  taken   up  to  XtkiZ KB.tie.  ! &. .number of. shartiho'ders. ��� in th *  Sc-c.. Creek'Consolidated Placet* Min  w.ng company visited the scene of tli.  ���OBaz-aany's operations last Sunday.  'I--e   to   Anderson's    ph-.rmacy    -for  ���iSs-k-^s. toilet, articles,   sponges,   so-tps,  ; igii-crfui-i.e*. etc.i (Ireenwood.  W- 3*. Goepel, provincial government  ��� ��� 5__z\-'_.-iOi'is in the citv.  ..?. P. Keane, manager of the Caribo"-  ��� "iinlcKinney company's mine, came in  *��� JSxam Camp McKinney this evening. -  r.&mJ__ vfi_.es are burning in several  ���"���gs��.'rt--.o*J.lihc district. O.ie above the  jElhoit meadow, another near the B. C.  --j._-.ne. another between Greenwood aud  ''ilTeliington camps and one up the West  J^-'ock, between Westbridge and Beaver-  vs-'^t, are among those reported,  ���Ice cream and cake will be served in  -��5.<* local public reading room to-inor-  fflw (Saturday) evening.  .ASTOUNDED THE EDITOR.  'Eiditor S. A. Brown, of Bennettsville,  'S. C, was once  immensely  surprised.  ���"���'K-rough  long   suffering  from   Dys-  '-jpej-tsja.,"   he    writes,   ''my   wife   was  -���jr-e&fciy run down. She had no strength  ���os- vigor   and   suffered  great distress  . ���-���gtro-n-.hfij. stomach, but she tried  "Elect-  /ric '-B.-'tters which,  helped her at once,  ���.3S7.--..V xxi-te.rii0.-asT  four  bottles,  she i.-;  fe__ft"t/eiyi-Y.-fcll, can eat anything.   It's a  'f-^fi-b.J...*tb'n.ic, and   its   gentle laxative  -,'..*-jiv_i��.ies-are splendid for torp'd liver.'"  l-t'&air   Indigestion,   Loss   of   Appetite,  '.'.' S'towach aud j^i-yeiMr.oubles it's a posi  * ._&v*e.r{jx_--i:aittae_l'Cii-re ��� iOi'iy ,50c   at ,f  I "Su. 'J;i^hit-ys;-.;.'Ji--iller..;Br.os... .or  ,W. ���&,  . .   Andersssi3!-.  WHAT A TALE IT. TELLS-  If that mirror of yours shows' a  wretched, sallow complexion, a jaundiced look, moth patches and blotches  on the ski:.', its-liver ..trouble; but Dr.  King's -\-evr'-_iife'-'Pills regulate"the  liver, purify the blood, give clear skin,  rosy cheeks, rich complexion. Only  25c at J. L. White's,' Miller Bros, and  Vv. E. Anderson's drug* stores.  For lessons on vion::,' piano, mando-  in etc.. sve Prof. Kauffman'.' Green  wood Music Store.  To i.'T���A .furnished three lo^i.'.vU  cottage ,,, Apply-'Times office.  You can get the verv b.st apple  cider by .the gallon-at the B.- C. Wholesale Liquor Co.  'For Ri.xt���Corner store wiih three  ootns, papered, rent about 520. Apply The Times ofliee. tf  .  Illustrated jjostal cards; views of  both smelters. Do not miss seeing  tl-.em.    Smith & McRae..  - Hiilcyo'nis the best mineral water on  the market. ,B. C.. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents.  41  THE FIRST ANNUAL  ���^5  flONDAY, SEPT. 2,19  iorse Races  Foot Races  Foot Ball Match  Tug of War  Air Drilling Exhibit at the Knob  Kill Mine.    ���.-.. ���'���'  .-,- -. .-������  .Two Dotrble Hand Drilling Contests for tl.e biggest - prize ever  offered in1 the Boundary country.  Tcii'nis-T'oi.rnament.'  Caledonlaw-Q>?ni,es.    ��   ;-  Parade-   of; - Labor '���   and   Seci-et  Organiz-ationSi- ���  '' ���������"���"'        -   '  *- - -        . .    .  Special teiif'aj Rates  y   "������' \_*.  y**,       ���" ...       ���. "  -*^:'THE:-  Copper Street.  f^'  ^-^-^^^^-i**^^*-^-^**^*.-^  ��*    '.������  6  MBALS  AT ATX   SOUKS  4*  4��  PS IVATE   ROOMS  FOR  LADIES.  TRY  OUR   COFFIJE.  ��  Warner & Tittock,  *���  *  cProps,  LION BOTTLING WORKS...  |4��.  c��(*  -4*'  GREENWOOD and GRAM) FORKS.  M-iuitfacturers of  -S>��-  AU '.Rinds- oi Carbonated Beverages  Sole A-rents..fov THE LION BREWING CO., Rossland. B. C.  The Laryt'St Tiruivery in British. Columbia,.  JAS. iYicCREATH & CO., Proprietors.  ANUFAOTURE  AND  KEERV  .STOOK .  ������'���BPH.E.aS..  ENGINES,    PUMPS.   ORE  CARS.  ��� Vi m    BUCKETS.    GRIZZLIES.    BLOWERS.  * -^-^gfePSTERS.   FANS,   BELTING.   VA1VES.  FITTINGS.  and everything-for the  .Mine, Marine and Sawmill  Trade.  REPRESENTING:  PHOENIX FIRE  ASSURANCE CO.,  ���   OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  .'   .'  WESTERN ASSURANCE 'CO.,  of Toronto.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  - OF TORONTO"  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  _W__     -mm.       wv^^< ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND  We carry a full line of railroad and mining shovels, both in long  and sliort'-.l-andles.    Also bar iron, steel, wire cable, iron awd  wood blocks, picks, sledges and everything in theshapa-Q-T'.  SHELF  HEAVY  HARDWARE  M-til  Orders receive prompt attention  nan^. . McFeely   & ..��� Compmy  Y WHOLESA__,E   and   RET AIL-  4* ���'���'���' ��i��  i.      152 Cordova Street, VANCOUVER,. B,. C      1.  ^)^4_4-4. mf* 4> 4*'^.��f.^_4 ��|_4_^.^-^- >|*-f*'-^��*|*'��|*<9��*|**|*^  "5T .      "ST  __-:-.    'Jl'  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  i.UV_--J^Vi*-       a. op TORONTO-  GEO. R NADEN,  Manager  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ��|| ���:-���.���'���      Is*, tne 'Geographical *Centre of ^:.  @ ���_���-rfhfc^Uifi Ricli West Fork Country. ^*  I MS IRE KOf m THE IIMIET f  Prices WiirSKbftiyBe^avantedr  The Title is Perfect.  mumnt  \h  P   4-  WOrKS, LT(I.  ..UCCl'Srtil-S to  iXHMSTk;;:'-; _. mokrison.  'iron >* (i u nd ers, I_<_i Ie r-ni_iV.��..:-s*  aiul  Miiclii-.ii-i^.  ().*"������_(���    ' *���/  _.:j ..   Works : -  VANCOUVER B.C.  MINERAL ACT. 18%.  Certificate of _m3rove.ne.1ts.  XOTICE.  <y::.\LS  'Ji' SltEISA" mii-.i-r-.*. fl-.in-..  =.i'.t!r.ti-  i:x 1 ..i- '.'..SiWv lii'.-vsr Mini::_: i)i*. isi!"i nf V:iI'.t  ''.^-..-.i.-'-.        W h:-:\-    \r.CxX-...\   : \ :'.     '.'...-l-.lrX-  ..-.:.;.;>.  ��� -i j.>; r.ii-.xr ill.; "J ti.-.i^n" :t*i;i '-l{;:n;:m  .^-.1;.'   Mni'.t..:'.ti Ciiii::'..-.  -^.*,.;;.���;    ivOTicic   timt    v.-... t*!:>!-it--M.-  i;r:!i,.nl ('.|-..'..:iv.-i:'iil X11 til-.-.i'.i: !ii:.-.rii;i  PORTMAN BROS. 8r CO.,  Propfietofs.  ASK POR  t"U: "���'_���'<"��������]&  %yy yy--  The ElkhoraLag��y Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  Gorner Lots  y  Enside Lots    /*  $100 to $175  $75 to $125  Terms: */j cash.  Yi in four month.  Yi in nine months.  TownsLte   Agents   for   the   owners,  Greenwood;   and    Rendell  "���(P^ fl" B*~Coatracts have bce1, let for a new liotcl. ecne.al store, assay office, &&<  ,��_v and other "ouildings.   Fisher's new saw mill at Rendell Is running full blast. J?>m  -�� w  jpij -t   ��� ^     *     -1*     -i*     ?     -1*        -^    '   ���?��� -    ?     -?���     -t     1*     ^   . -*- ^^l  n^ ju_H jjj��j^ji._yMrtegsft��g;  MIKESA?.   ACT:  To J. C. Eaas p.nd others intsrestod in til.  Admiral Dewey miitcriil ciaim, situated in  SQr_.init camp, Grand _?orlis icining divi_io_i  cf Yale district:  |'&i-  ^���������acSV.rf-i-'i--- c..i-tii:-:..u-   .v....  .^{E^'.v'ir.-.        |-'-:ili:>!il      .M.-.*iV!i:!.  .-.l ,:i.--_:U  ���. I:.  uiw-r s v.1,';*'-'."::'.(.' ..... j. .r,,,.;. i i-.  y_l'rmii'.!:i:-Jii.i   \::-.-x-..',.   x...   ;iv-��lv  -,-f   K.-coi-.'.-r  :*,;"   :i   C^-:". i.'.P.--'-  i;f  ls.   tor  i!;,-  iv.i:;".>. - _>. i.'; _-i'i*i:!s.--a  of .ii-- -ib>.-f ���;',;. r.-.x.  ���r   '.:;!:<.'   in>'.iLV   til:*.I  -ic.i<>i:. ii-ii'*-r  !: C-a'Sciitoi Iin;>r()vi:::u-!i-��.  _ ���_'j.'1'.1>.ma:.-  ;-,u-i.!(.*:������.':���**:���:"_,_-.  ':: 7'".'..:~-_"."~"��-Sl l-i*.-*.  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QUEBEC���  MANUFACTURERS OF  4,  jail  pr^i.r.'. t_.��n  (,* '  .111  ^?  r^l|ss^rit#7atp  ^> W ii! -_    ��%> Vs  g '-?^ v>a ii !J ���*>  t-^****. .^v^f. ^ /*^.fr?-!?;f  gi���2:*^_j/^-JS%'^     *?���***"$���  A'1 ���'._-*'������ '������',' l-.-^'.. r-fse>     .*i r.v r-'*ri"     G-"|i?\'_";j?.     n-J-/*  \.>:-y*.������:>������;. 7-B0IL&^5, H0i5l5.  rbmrd, LtC,  Ag^itS"ForTbi-BuIlo-i; tiiainand Oi*iHs. _,^.^-,_.-...CT_.  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 2  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIP COM- 3  PRESSORS . . 3'  ^-���_��  CO:.!PI.__TM JHNI-:  KHIUPMENTS r^?  Or   ALL KINDS.       , -~*5  -'���''.CK CARRIED I*S ROSSLAXD. ~S  T5. J], g. ,I12cKa!lVt Kc-ss_a?..a. S. ��-.  iiaiUiiiiiUUiHymiimuiuiuiiuiuip •;>'*--''    ■—'--■."---■■'— •-!-■,    ■   --,',-; ') liMHMmMlnBimiJiiiiiVj'iiiiw^M,-,
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THE GREENWOOD'WEEKLY TIMES.
'age £.-
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
HALLETT <& SHAW.
Barristers. Soucctors,
Notaries Public.
CaWft A-ddress :   " hallett."
.•..■._.<.■  j Bedford M'NeiU's   Greenwood,
cooes -( Mure.ny «,- -Neat's a c#
Leiber's. •--:•."'
1. H.  HALLETT.
H. C. SHAW.
PRINGLE & WHITESIDE.
Barristers and Solicitors,
Notaries Public, Etc.
Offices: O-rer Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.
MCLEOD t& BROWN
Barristers and Solicitors,
Notaries Public, Etc
Offices: Nadeu-Flood block. Copper street,
Greeuwood, B.C.
3. R. Brown. J. P. McLbob.
PORBES M. KERBY. CE'
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Offices:   Greenwood, B.C..
;also J, A.Utisworl-t's Stone, Midway, B. C
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P.W. GROVES.
Civil and Mining Engineer
Provincial Ean© Survevor.
greenwood, b. c.  . ,   _ .
Mineral Claims Reported upon.     • ,'.'•
Underground Surveys.
OHARLESAE.SHAW,
Civil Engineer,
Dominion    and ; Provincial
Land Surveyor.
GREENWOOD,    ;      :      :      :   B.   C.
BAUER £ ASHCROFT,
Provincial Land Surveyors
NUaise and Civil Engineering.
Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted
Land-and Engineering Surveys
XV. A. BAUER: C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT C.E sf-.LS
VANCOUVER SREENWOOD
"Wood   Block,  next door   to    Custom J office.
GREENWOOD, li. C.
FOR SALE Oft RENT.
Pour roomed house for sale ,or rent.
One sing-li; seat top bug'gy and one
double seat top buggv for sale. Apply
at  B7 C. Hotel. tf   '
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LINOLEUMS
CROCKERY
GLASSWARE 1
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By all the popular authors imcluding-
Amelia E. Barrr,
Rosa N.Carey,
Beatrice Harredeu,
.'■ Florence Warden,
Hall Caine,
Charles Russell,
Walter Besant,
Marie Corelli,
Anthony Hope,
R, J. Stevenson,
W. Heinbury,
E. Marlitt
and 200 others.
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and 10 cents exchange-
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when you can secure
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The Only First-Class Hotel in the
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Best   Brands   Wines.   Liquors   and
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Circulating Library, Fancy-
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WORK   DELAYED
On V. V. &  E.  Railway by the   Provincial
Government.
It is reported that the :y. V. & E.
railway company are being- hampered
in the work of construction by the provincial g-overnment. Doubts as so the
validity of the company's charter was
raised by Joseph Martin and others
during- the discussions in the legislature last winter. The company's
solicitors claim that they have authority vested in them by the Dominion
parliament to build the railway and expropriate the necessary lands therefor.
Iu si-curing- the right-of-way however
it is reported that the provincial government have placed such barriers in
the way as are temporarily interfering
with construction.
The following is the V. V. & E-
company's contention regarding their
statues:
••V., V. & E. Company vvas incorporated, in the first place, by a local Act.
Chapter 75 of the Statutes of 1SV7.
That Act created the incorporators into a body politic and corporate; it fixed
no time as the limit of tlie lifeof the-
Act was devided into fouc sections.and
the time for completing the. work was
apportioned among the different sections in the following order :
The. first section, to be completed
within two years; the second, within
three year's; arid the'third aiid fourth'
sections, within four veiirs.v "1 '* -
The act was assented to on the 8th
day of Ma3', 1897, so .that as to the
building of the third and fourth "sections the time does not expire until the
8th of May; 1901.
The situation however, would be this:
Supposing the time for the completion
of the railway to have expired, the cor-
poratian .would necessarily be dissolved
it would still exist as a person, bur. its
power to build the railway would be
goi-p if it had nothing to depend upon
except the . local statute. While however*, it was in existence, and with
none of its powers impaired,.1 an Act of
the Dominion' Parliament was passed,
being Chapter 69 of the Dominion Acts
of 1898, By section 1 of that Act the
works which the cornpony, by /ine work
for the"general advantage of Canada,
and by section 4 the company was
given the right to begin the railway
within two years, and to complete
it   within   live  years',   from ■ the   dale
of the passing of the Act, which is the
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13th'of June, "13907 aiid',_thfe-*'cpinp:i'i_y
was brought under;.-.the.yproviai'ons of
the Dominion Railway Act.
There can be no doi^bt that the parliament of Canada had jnrisdiotioh to
declare this work one for the general
advantage of Canada, and there can
also be no doubt of the proposition
that, having declared'it to be a work
for the general advantage of Canada",
the company whi^h was,-authorized to
construct the work came under the provisions of the Dominion Railway Act,
aud became thereby a Dominion eum-
pany;"so that parliament could, beyond
all.qtiestiqn, extend the time or do any
other act which was necessary fur the
proper completipn^of the work in'accordance with the general, policy'of .the
Dominion. To argue any other proposition would be to curtail and
diminish the powers which the British
North America" Act has given to the
Don'in ion ov^i \\oik> dev.la.ied to he
lor the general advanta _e ot Canada "
TO SAVE iEER CHILD.
From frightful fli-,_igurement Mr..
Nannie Galleger, (of La Grange, Ca.,
adplied Bucklen'4 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 gtiaraute-
WE CARRY A FULI.  LINE  OF PHOTOGRAPHIC  G€!i3D;S
FILMS, HO'UBTS, PLATES, KODM.
■   CAMERAS, ETC., ETC.
Send in your mail orders,  they  will be  promptly  attendfedi- tn
J. _U WHITE,
DRUGGIST
GREENWOOD
Sole Agents.For The B.C/Assay He
Chemical SuprJly Co., Vancouver, B,C-
; v y DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ,-
ASSAYERS   AND   MILL   SUPPLIES    -:-    WE   HAVE   A   COMFL33TST.
STOCK OF ALL APPARATUS REQUIRED IN YOUR ASSAY OFinCJSu.
SOLE AGENTS FOR "BATTERSEA"
CRUCIBLES etc, AND BF
^SClfililll
r.NI   6 ?_S( LINE CC '£BI£ \T   '-N J 3vSAv    FI. SIIACEft.
from which it may spread tp the
forest, to see that all chances of
sucli daug-er is removed. No precaution is too g*reat; the o_ily safe
course to adopt is to""make the tire
where it can_iot spread, and before
leaving to.see that the last spark
is extinguished. If this is done
there will be fewer Tfires in the
future than there have hitherto
been. Some of the forest fires
arise from ciearmg*-land, but we
do not think that.many-' of them.
have this origin. When a man
is clearing laud1 he generally keeps
a sharp look-out to see that the
tire does -Hot-spread. - The most
of them are due to carelessness on
the part of those who make fires
for some temporary -purpose when
hunting, iishing. or ^prospecting".
We again urge upon everyone
building irresia dangerous places,
and nearly every place is dangerous if precautions are not taken,
to use extraordinary care to prevent damage being clone.Coloni _t.
Dynt forget to go to the South End
Grocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,
good moc'na and java coffee, good tea
and fresh groceries. '■
Euas, McCormick who was connected
v.*ith-Biitle-*^;S-saddler-Y-^iu=this_=ci,tyi„fejt'_
some time has purchased the business
of R. E. Doran at Moose Jaw, N.\y.T7:
MINERAL   ACT.-
Certificate of Smrrovei-iei-t-
XOTICE.
SAX .1 "AN FRACTIONAL Jlincml CWixs, £_--
iiHtu i'.i .he Kottlu -Uvet- M ittinij ]>_v_. iusi _•■_
Yule Di-U-ii_t.   Wiiere  lo«»ted—iyjo-jid'saBrss'•
Ciunp.
Take Notice thnt I. John . William,-Crisis.,
Tree Minor's Certi.iuii'.e No, B -ID.-.g-.i -&5-#:h_S.
sixty days from-the (lute hereof to upi-lv tn lb-,*a
Alining Heepi-der for a Ci.rtiticufi_ ot 3?.uv'-'K'«***-
-nonrs-for thu" purpose of'obtaining .ii -;sv»f._.->.
■.innit of tlie i-l-ovo clnim
Aud further hike notice  Unit action, -asrSvy
Set-lion ■',', .must  be ' uuinraei-ted . UfeJ-oft xliii
issuiuti'tt of .i!i*.li irertilh-'nto of. lraprov>:-_uM-i_- '
.  Jit-.teii this _i:-:lli day of June, A. _)., Vhyx.
"-'■> J. \V. -isisos.
M1KERAE  ACT 18%.
Certificate of Iin provements-
.     NOTICE.'
lDOLA."  •'V-.T.r.OWSTOK'E.*'   *-|>n>7  P3T!7-
'   KO."    "CKKSCF.NT     1*H ACTIO Is" - aifi.
'   •*YELLOWSTONE L-KaCTIOI."1 ni*Av.n5„ ,
clainis situatu in tlie  K-Ulu .ii'tvv.r iliwcije:..
DivisToit of'Yale HiHiricl..-.,
Where loca'ctl^Iii.l'rovitle'iiee ca:ni>.
TAKE NOTICE,-that 1. I^:-.:ic K. -i;.V!t:t.. s.W:
;ii,--i:t   for   Kfcliard   MoCnUocii, Free MixerV;.
Certi!-C_.ie No. K40397, iulenii, sixty  days ._t.j_._-_
t!:o riius hereof; to apply to Ci;i hiitiu-.tr rectaiievr
for certificate or iii_p.<>Veiuc'.its;i(. r: -.he  (>_.rf>o-.<_.
i>i ohutuiiv.^r Cio;a-h C r.;ui.t_i ol tlie.abpve c:ais«_r»..-.
Ami  fnrtiier utl.e notice  tli'it actio".  u-.«*.o.v
section  37. in list be i.oinmenceil befor--  xl_e ia~—
stiance of sucli certiiicite .if..'iihproeei-ieat.s.
:'Dined this 12th.dav, of July; A..'1>. i..l>.
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and is prepared to quote  prices f°r «'*iV^-7'7
kinds  of   harness,   saddles,  carria':
and farm implements.1"' *'   */'"
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NOTICE.
&'.
In view of-the fact.that tvptioid fever
reaches the highest season'.'^ curve, at
this time of the year, and i-'emains'nigh
for the next two or three/'thonth's, and
that it is a water borne disease, '.he
Medical Officer of Heurfh of the ■■•City
wishes to draw the attention of the
pul-lic to the need for boiling ail,.water;
used for drinking purposes. It should
also be clearly understood" that at!
crockery aud .glasses should he washed
| in water that has been boiled, as out-
| breaks of  typhoid,  scarlet   fever   and
to vessels
ed by J.* L*.  White, Miller Bros., and | diptheria have been   traced  to vess
W. E. Andean, druggists,        . rinsed hl ""boiled impure water.
TOREST   FIRES.
Once iiiore word "has gone  ont
that.fj*reaty'fires', are  devastating-
the* fetatb■■' of   Washington.    We
have jhot lieard of any exceptionally lkrg-e 'fires of  this kind  in
British. Columbia, but the season
is verVdry and great danger  exists. .. yTiriie and  again . we I have
writteii to impress upon Colonist
reader^ the  need  of  taking  the
greatest precautions possible; to
prevent I serious   loss, from this
cause,   ana^vf-e   have   reason   to
think    that    greater    effort .   is
made     in    this  province    than
in   the    neighboring    state    to
see that   nothing?  of   the    kind
occurs."7 But : tfce     matter    is
one of such very grJeat importance,
that, even , at  the risk of'much
repetition,: -we, /mention itonce
more and  ask «very resident  of
this province, who may have  occasion tol-ui^U a fire in any place
The opinion of the Medical Health
Offi*-er in regard to Twin creek water
is that it is of highly doubtful purity,
but he would not'say thtt it ii. the only
supply of water in,regard to wnich the
foregoing measure, viz.. of boiling. i>
recommended, it applies with equal
force to water from every source and
he has only instanced that from Twin
creek becadse it is laiu on to many
houses in the city.
f. Edward Schox,
Medical Officer of Health.
Greenwood. Aug-ust 7th, 1901.
■rAMAKACK   FRACTION.     Minei-al   c_a:.n*-_'7'^-y^i;7:^S
• ■-.'•' situate in", the Kellie Kiver Mini nir Divis '«o."';:Si.,,*;c. :fp#§M
•.-.•;,  of'. Yale  District.     \Viie:o   loc:ue»l :       Ira;.yyv7?'i*7:7ft1?-
■   :  Greemvood camp. tyttt:'yyyyri-y
TAKE' '•■>*'-« . thi-t I,' Isaac  H.  Hallett,' •^-"7:7^7-77v|
■i'..-roi-.t.,-or,ihe t.rl U.v;i<r:o.tia, I.inrited._'*«&^l'.-?i'.l'.:.^s-'',j'9'^
Miners Certiti.-aie- No.   ' '^.t''/.t_,tt,'yy'y*,-yy'£'('
intend  sixty   days    from   the     date..   h«wjAi[!-ij'^.\'yi"S--^,.\"'lSj
to ai'Dlv **•• thc <Min'iii|_' Heconler ior a Ofriii—;-. ■ .'^'-Jiiw-.''."!3{;"5»
.pviy .•• the .uimnir
cite ^it Im|.n*oveinenis, for the . pui-pcise. x.%-. "■'
i>ln:i:iiti!!ja I'rowu (rraui oi the ahove clano. ■■■:-^-—
And iisriher tal.e untict* that actioii. BtMicary"
Seclion 37, ntiisl be commenced before, tlu.-'s^—.,./':
•,r.ani-e ot snch Certilicniv. of ImprovemeuUv. c,
D:u_.-! Ibis l.:h day of May, l'Ul. *>..■'
Ml<_ "     1. U. HAI.L.-_TTy.y
'rta
r--:'':i
;:\,M_NERAL   ACT.
*t*>' Certificate of Imsrovenients.
.     "k'; :,;* .'Tsotici..
r
'LEAO KIBS.Ci.'; Mincrar claim, sitii.tle b-5 tBtr
Keltic RiverSuiuhikj. Division f»f Yakr Xti*. ■
*ri«.   Where 'mooted:    ln Skyiaii'eam;..
KE NOTICE thai' We.  Hti'trl'  K-   KJi;«.-.
.. -.Miner's cert id-c:e Xo. It ri.sl. Het-*-rt
il.imliu KrecMlnnrV cenilieaie _Cu. II '''-"W**. _._vJ.
Waller .!. \Varini..<i I''ree_,ii'.uM-'s cerlifvc--..^ .Y,i..
]> _.. >2., i-.r.onc! ill days f-oin tlie dale t:eryo<_i->
apply to the Minim: Kecorile.-l«.r a Certif;«__!.v
of iihprovrmeius, for the purpose of o'.>t_iitiisi_;.
a Crown Grant ot ihe allow claim.
And fsirtner laKe no-.ice lhal action. einSe.
action*.7, masi be counit.ticol lK-fori" the ivi.-a-
ance of such Certiiica e of Improvi-.nem'i.
Dated t!!is*!_nr! day of May, A. D. W!
- E* JACOBS,
* K     .
-FOR   SALE
Fiu'niture for sinali   house,   in   gr>o'l
'order.' Apply to C. N. Owen,   witli   T.
M. Gulley &. Co. 44—if
KOTICE.
■NOTICE is hereby g-iven thnt Phoenix Livery Barn and -btaye Line was
purchased from tne bv B'ioon.fi.eUi &
Dunbar, on June 26th last. All accounts owing tothat date are to.be paid
to Bloomfield & Dunbar, who assusae-
all liabilities f-f the said business.
4-1—47 Geo
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■'.Vanted
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no'Jse,'r::,
to  manage  mine_^b^rgCT^
:yea^^^p«^i_OTSC
V.-ELVft'ooD.:^:* ;Ai*ply .at;Tin-e^:-Sffice'r7^|f&7
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■': --;_i:.--r."?.*._.■-:.-■ ife  Page 4.  THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TJJvlES.  CDe  latter day editorials-appearing'in  the Tribune.  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross Edi-tok.  <UNION  FRIDAY AUGUST 16, 1001.  TAXATION   ON   MINES.  THE RAILWAY SITUATION.  It is difficult to see why  the  Kelson Tribune should so persistently continue to defend an  inequitable   system    of    taxation.  Monday last it takes the Greenwood Times to task for criticizing  the present two per cent,   tax  on  the output of the.mines and says:  "Such expressions of opinion  disgust reasonable-thinking men.  How many industrial and business  ventures, in this province, in the  ���way of farming  and lumbering  and printing and merchandising,  can show a profit?   Yet all, without a single exception,   are required to pay taxes. The Tribune  will   venture the  assertion that  the Greenwood Times is regularly  assessed   for   taxation,   vet   the  . Times has not declared very many  , dividends.     How many  farmers  in British Columbia  are making'  net profits?     Yet every one of  them   is required  to pay  taxes.  How mam-* of the sawmills  operated,  in   British   Columbia    are  operated at a profit?   Yet every  one of them are not only required  to pay direct taxes on  their real  estate, but a royalty, as well,  on  the lumber they manufacture.   It  is safe to say that'25 per cent,  of  the men engaged in merchandis-  ing are not making a dollar,   but  they are ill required to pay direct  taxes on their merchandise.    Is it  not  about  time  to  quit  talking  about the inability of our  mines  to pay taxes?    If there are mines  : in the Boundary district that  are  being worked at a loss,   why  advertise the fact?    A mine that is  unable to \i?-y a tax of two cents  a ton on. its output had better re-  . main umvorked until  such   time  as it can be worked at a profit."  The Tribune is to be congratu-  o   ���  -la-ted upon its freedom.-from dis-  , gust since its warmest admirer  fcotild scarcely;claim: reasonable  thinking" among its virtues.. In  its assertion that farmers, printers  and millmen are taxed, it naively  suggests '���' the objection to the  system under which the mines  i^a-ie^taxe.(l..,,^^he-Jarm_erui4f^>-j=^^:  pay a.,-tax apon the whea.it ^and.  oats he raises, nortrpoti the7' butter, potatoes or other nro.duetspf  his farm. Neither the^^'ibuhe  nor the Tinies is fined for^^yi-ig  $24 or $21 a week to the' primer  while Eastern < 7".-espay-half'tn-fixj  amount. T::e"_, ., work or newspapers turn;-: <i.��� by printing  offices are no;'lu *-.;\, neither is  the lumber fr**:n : he sawmills.  "Why then should the output of  the mines? Why should the'mines  be taxed on that produced by men  earning high wages? If 7 the  government attempt��&-tevtax job  work turned/out bv the; Tribune  office, thc,yoice'ptJohii''Houston  would soon beraised against taxes  on the moneys-paid." by him in  maintaining a union office. Even  the business man is not taxed ou  the selling price of his goods.  The Times does not object to taxing mines, but it does object to  unfair taxation.   If the Boundary  In the absence of argument,  three and a half columns of the  editorial page of the Vancouver  Province is taken up with miserable ' tommyrot by which it is  hoped to frighten the people.  The bogey man is J. J. Hill and  his frightful weapon is a competitive railway. If he is permitted to build the railway, the  ores of British Colnmbia will be  treated at Spokane and the American city will be built up at the  expense of the British Columbia  cities.    There is nothing remark-  exhibit, which is in Mr. A. K.  Stuart's capable charge, is first  to be placed on view in the city,  or business centre of the metropolis, a suitable site having been  selected, and afterwards permanently transferred to the Imperial  Institute. The exhibition in the  city, tor the two months proposed,  dating from January, 1902, will  unquestionably prove an excellent  advertisement of our mineral resources, and advantage might  well be taken of this occasion by  the provincial government to  making a special effort in the  direction of calling attention, by  the distribution of literature and  through the financial press, to the  ��##*��<.*# ##*��$$#*!.-�� ���***# ���!���#*��*#�����**#**�����*#*'�����*#*�����#�����#��*�����#��*���-!���*��������  ....        ,     _  Jt     _,      .        opportunities   British   Columbia  ably striking about the Province   ,._.    ,   ,.    _, ,       ,    ,  ... .    ..      .       .. ., arlords tor the investment of cap  ital.    We would further suggest  that overtures be made to   the  article except its length and  absence of originality. The alleged articles have done duty by  the friends t)f the C. P. R. in every  that   has   been   made   for  Federal authorities for the reten-  | tion of at least the British Colum-  ... .    ., . ! bia portion of the exhibit  in  the  competitive railways m this  pro-!  ..    ,       ,,     ���      .., .     ���  r - ^      j city by allowing it to  remain  in  the   keeping   of   the   province's  fight  district is to be the great  mining  district we hope and believe'".it will  be, less than $5 ore will be treated  at a profit, a profit possibly of 25  cents a ton. Why should the  owner be called upon to pay a two  r>er cent. tax. on $4 out of $5  "nearly, all of which is wages?  S-|fc province by its plan of taxation places a premium on the pay-  vince.    They are  as  ancient  as  the first application for the Nelson & Ft Sheppafd charter away j  back in the eighties  Let us admit that the contention  of the Province is correct and that  if the Hill road be built the ores  of* British Columbia will be hauled to American smelters. The  worst offender in this respect is  the C. P. It has direct connection  with all the American smelting  centres and it was never known to \  refuse business. Surely if connec- ;  tion with United States seriously ,  diverts ores from B. C. the i  Spokane Falls & Northern, the i  Nelson & Fort Shepard, the Koot- j  cnay Valley, the Gait road, the ,  C. P. R. Mission road aud others j  would have done so long ago. j  The truth is and uo amount of \  verbrage will destroy it, that thej  ores arc so low grade that they!  have to be treated near the' mine i  and then conditions must be riyht'  ���   ,���      ���    i  or they cannot be treated   at  all. I  Low grade ores cannot be  profitably   treated   with   high ^ grade  railways.    Oil the C. &  W.   line  from Robson to  the  Summit, ; 30  miles, and down to Cascade, '2-i  miles,'there is a grade of 116 feet  to the mile and 14 degrees curves.  From Grand Forks to Eholt there  is 12 miles of same grade and curvature.    The construction of the',  C. "&-W. showed great pluck  andj  enterprise,   but we in Boundary  !Greek-pay���the-^)iper.=,^The,_-rate|  ���todav on less than carload lots is  almost  as high   as   iu   the   old  wagon   freighting   days;     Rail-i  |.ways, if they  are  to give  cheap!  .rates,  must   follow   the  conformation of the  country.    If  ���we are going   to refuse  railways  to follow  the  natural  highways  and allow the C. P. R. to ' charge  for climbing over steep mountain  ranges we  are  taking*  the   best  mean*, to drive off the capital   we  have been seeking iu all financial  centres <>E the globe.  '_ The ores of  British   Columbia!  must be treated near the point  of ;  production, they  must  have   the \  advantage  of cheap  trausporta-1  tion; to secure cheap  transporta-j  tion we  must  have  competition!  and railways must follow natural ���  highways.    There is the  whole  case in  a  nutshell   almost.    Mr. j  ��� .        . ���   ii . '  Hill is building.his road and Avill1  continue to build it and the B. C.!  ores will continue to be treated ati  home at a greater :prbfit because:  i  ot more advantageous transporta- ���  tion char yes. . i  Agent  Record.  General.���B. -C.   Miuing  FOR   SALE  Furniture for small house,  order. Applv to CK.' Owen,  M. Gulley &Co.  in   good  witn  T.  44���tf  Heavy and  Shelf Hardware.  mmmmmmm*m^^Bmmmm^mBmmmmmwmmamm^K^mma^*^KMami^mmBmmn*~m^*^���x���mmmaim^Bmmm  Groceries  ��������������������������������������������� ��� ^  and Provisions  ��������-  ��������  *-'  *fe-  *-  *  �����-  �����������  9  *  ��-  9-  a-  9-  9-  �����������  ��  0..  *  -ft-  ��������  tits'-  *������  *���  ��  *���  *���-  ���ft*  9-  -��-  9t  ���AT THE���  COMPANY, LIMITED.  ������A/-*  **$��#lS��*j'.-,*'#��#����########^  UNION  NOTICE.  NOTICE, is hereby given that Phoenix Livery Burn and Stage Line was  purchased from me by -Bloomfield'&  Dunbar, on June 26th-hist.. All accounts owing to that date are to be paid  to Bloom field & Dunbar,-who assume  all liabilities of the said business.  44���-47 Geo. Wet,-.wood..  IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR LABOR  ...DAY WITH THE.,.  SPOKANE FALLS & NORTHERN  RAILWAY. COMPANY.  NELSON k FT. SBEPPARD  RAIL\VA Y COMPANY,  red ��mi_. railway company  The only  all  rail  route   between .all  points east, west aiid south to Rosslaud,    Kelson    and    intermediate  .-��� points;   connecting   at  Spokane  with,   the     Great     Northern,  -'Northern   Pacific  and O.K.  ;       ��� &   N.   Computus.  ON  GO TO���  .��IC.  FASHIONABLE TAILORS  -PATRQNIZ1  HOME IHDUSTRY--  If  Connects at Rossland  with  Canadian  Paei.ic'Rv. fot* Boundary points.  Connects  at Myers   Falls \vith  stage  tidily for Republic.  Buffet    Service ' on    trains    between  Spokaife and NbrthpOft"  *  Effective JYiny 5th, 1901.  LEAVE-'- DAY'J.KA1X ARKIVE  '���   9:00a. ni. tt... -.':...'Spokane :.7:35 p. m.  natural-"12:50 a. nY. Rossland ..4:10 p. ui.  15 a. in ...'��� Nelson .7:15 p. m.  H  ('.mie:  A. Jackson,  1 l. asst-ti-r-*!" A^enl.  IT IS  NO CHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE BEST  IMPORTED.  Pati-American  Excursion,  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY.  sir  FRED ROY,  Proprietor.  'Phone: Columbia 155,  ^f!!f!!!!Hnmmn!n!l!!!H!HH^l]n^1^^!H^!H^!^!^!l^  60   BA.YS  mines.  The higher the rate of wages the  higher tfae-t-ate- of-taxatu.u-on_the  aJl Lake Route.  iim.'  t    --  Paul dr Chicago)  20.  (SEP. 3,17  EDITORIAL   NOTES.  To Buffalo  via  SOO  (via St  AUG,, 6,  "'*" 'oq.fi. is.  HOUSES, SIGNS AND CARKIAGES,  yyyiK.  ���;:-yyy]  hrou jj,  ��� W'M  ;b Sleeping Car  lyitm Landing  \ryM>.t�� Toronto  V-;?777*:<Jne Change to Buffi  te_  -  LlO.  It is with much satisfaction.:!  that we learn that the DoniinioiiJ  g'ovennneut has decided to ex- !  hibit the admirable collection of.  Canadian minerals which received j  so  mtich   favorable comment at:  i the Paris exposition, and now at-! E. K|Sl^ATH. agCRt, GrCCRWOOd. B.C  ,of  the-'mine. "The  tractinsr equal attention, at Olas-  'o^as^-Jasilfdi'-iStthe gow. in London next year.    The  .\'.<'ji"jar> j��_���r.    *���% <*        .  .** ^tt  L'-JV\ I .*���:*:  y -7-y'W  .BX.  h. J. COYLE.  A.G.P.A., V.- tcouver  KALSOMINING AND DECORATING.  PLATE, SHEET AND ORNAMENTAL  WINDOW GLASS.  WALL PAPERS.     SASH AND DOORS.  MIRRORS OF ALL KINDS.  Use Mellor's Pure Mixed Paints.   S2.00 Per Gallon.  I-     V 9  ��=       ���     V. & N  Copper Street. *_3J  ^iUikauiuuiiUiauuuiUiauiiuuauiuuiiiuuiiiiUiUiUiuisi KS^f^"^'1'^"'  rwi  /J)c  ���        -' *.,**������. *   ..'"' ��V^   u*_-*Fv^'s^(.  (^  THK GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES. ,  iv  ^&sr 7 -  LOCAL ANDpSOUAl  Mrs. R. Greiger has returned from a  visit to friends in Okanagan country.  Ice cream and fresh candies at the  G-reen-wood Candy Factory, C. V.  Semerad, proprietor.  The city school will re-open on Monday next in the Masonic hall, which is  being partitioned into two comfortable  school rooms.  The British Columbia Copper company's smelter bonus by-law was oil  Monday last rat-lied by a decisive vote  of 50 to 3.    A. T. Garland, a son of T. A. Garland of Anaconda, was married at the  Hume hotel, Nelson, last week to Miss  Marguerite Harris, of Kaslo. Mr. Garland is a prominent merchant in Kaslo.  We receive consignments weekly of  the famous Okan_Lg;in fruit. 'Prices to  ,  suit those who want to put "up fruit.  C.  V. Semerad.  Dr. W. Spankie. who was visiting  his brother, Dr. J. E. Spankie, left on  Tuesday for thc coast where he-will  spend a few days before returning to  his home in Kingston, Ont.  Thc members of ihe Boundary survey party who for some time past have  been, at work on the International  boundary line east and west of Midway,  under "W. G. O'Hara, of the Canadian  Geological Survey, moved early in the  week to Cascade, where they will continue their-work-.  sible.    Mr. McMillan learned that  thc  faithless    one    had     passed   through  Greenwood two or  three hours  before  he arrived   in  the city,   so   concluded  that by that time she had  reached  the  land of the free.   Since then the keeper  of thc sporting house has  been  before  the magistrate, but there does  not  appear to be much chance of proving that  she was a party to the alleged theft of  thc  money.     The  Swede,   who   is   a  miner, claims that when he went to thc  dive lie had $1,20'. secreted .inside his  shirt and about S80 in his pants' pocket.  He went to the house at  11  o'clock  in  the morning aud towards evening he  was ���'doped", so he  says,  and  though  he was aware that the-woman who disappeared was taking his money he was  powerless to prevent  it and was  not  able even to report his loss until  some  mercies  he.   may  commit himself.  The riverside fete and carnival announced for last Wednesday afternoon  and evening proved a very successful  and enjoyable function from the  patrons' point of view, whatever it may  have been as a means of adding to the  funds of St. Jude's Church of England,  The attendance was numerous and the | o-"*"*  21  CF*  Cr*  a=*  CF*  Cr<  CF<  CF*  (F*  CF*  refreshment and flower stalls appeared  to be doing a good businiess. The side  shows contributed a fair amount to the  general receipts, whilst thc open air  concert gave much pleasure. A feature  not on the programme was some excellent part singing by a dozen or more  visitors from the Mother Lode mine  who, whilst preparations, were in pro-  able even to report: ins ium uum ����v_.��_v. gress for the.church choir to do their  hours later, when he recovered the- use   part, sang very nicely several numbers.  * *'        -11 ���    -.t-~ -I .n.l-rr nr..nnd  the biff  (F*  *s_  <F<  ;*=*  CF<  e  sub  capital, all paid up $12,000,000. Rest." $74��PrG8&  President:   Loan Stka-eucona ani. Mount Royal-,.  Vice-President.:    Hon. George A.-Dkummoxd.  General Manager :    E. S   Clouston.  Brandies in London, Eug. -1 Cm��'!,inPrc*iS,a.. "Sew YorR> Cto.tf, ^  Buy ami sell Sttrling- Excltan-re and Cable Transfers ; Grant- Con_nw_-._-a__._-'       i=:ji  Travellers' Credits, available in aiiy part of the world. j=_Ci  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, 'Manager.. '��&   _. ^_x_S-->_.n*.����>��t>.*^ V ������-...��  fc.ti*-_ i-immt*   t��*J  m  JCJI     V��1VWIIVV����    _->m ���.__-..., _   .     __     _   _  of his senses. The keeper of the house  says that the man spent most of the  S80 in treating the "gang". It seems  he had all thc "good time" that is coming to him at present, and that he is  now free to earn some more money for  thc next soiled  dove  to  whose  tender  i���- -��� <_���  Altogether, the singing around the big  camp fire was one of the best part* of  the entertainment, which was brought  to a close at 10 o'clock by singing  "God Save the King". The financial  returns apparently were good, but the  amount realized was not ascertained.  (�����   THE BANK OF   ^p-  North Americ  U. A. MacKenxie, of the Russel 1-  Law-Cauiiield company's grocery and  dry goods store, was taken ill a few  days since. Fever threatened, but  prompt medical treatment promises to  avert a serious attack and tlie patient  is now reported to .be much better than  earlier in the week.  Officer Lawder returned last Saturday night from a fortnight's vacation,  spent on thc Columbia fiver, near Robson. Together with Mrs. Lawder and  the children, he had a pleasant though  quiet holiday, the lishiug having been  good, and no telephone or telegraph  service to bother-him.  '_..he annual meeting of the lire department was held in the city hall oil-  Friday, August the 'Jth.The following  officers were elected for the aiming  year: President, H. J. l.ayh ; vice-  president, Clius. Wilson; secretary, \V.  M. Frith; treasurer, E. 11. Mortimer;  assistant chief-, 1>. A. MacKenzie.  Since March 1st .the .department hasr-:-'  spouded to si., calls, only one of which  *. was serious.  The name of Vv. W. Gibbs appears in  a prospectus received in G reeuwood  recently as secretary and treasurer of  the Coppct'opolis Copper company, a  Portland, Oregon, organization having  two mineral claims in the On art'/, burg  district, Grant county, Oregon, and 30  miles south-east of Sinnpter. Mr.  Giobs will be remembered by many as  one of tbe pioneer prospectors of the  r-==-_^BoiiutVar>_-__._!istnct1:   and   one   of   thc  Established 1836.     locorpooated by Royal Charter.  Capital, ^l,000,000-$4,866.66.  Reserve Fund, /350,000-$1,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, ENGLAND  H. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,      *  J. ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal  < m  Branches and agents in   all  the  principal  cities   of   Canada and tf A  United States, and correspondents " a]1 parts  ���  " ��� of the. world.  ...A GENEML BANKING BUSINESS'TRANSACTED  is a large and varied one, every line is complete in     &        _  itself, and strictly first,class7 .Not a shoddy article in  A |j     f ft  anv  of  the lines,    They all concede that our stock oj*-    \ |gj -  Groceries is the"nicest and freshest'in the city,    Pri/S  pkee  \ -  consistent with the quality  of thc  goods,    "W<  >     dislike very much to be considered the -"cheapes  AM OF fOMIElCE f���  ��� : ���     lW  at  in  town,  there  arc so many VERJ^ _v,  but we'do think  that  we  como-^^^^  ��. Capital $8,000,000.  \>ViSs      HON. GEO. A. COX, President.  "'vmty-'yyy;-  best.  Try us, and tell us what ypu!;^  tHE.#'-$#S  Witli Which is Incdrcorated the  ANK OF BRITISH COI  HEAD/OFFICE, TORONTO. ���'���.'���''  -      Rest, $2.00.0,600  B. E. WALKER. .General Maaa/tff  -yfl*. -R;- DMIDS0N.  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD SSAPCft.   )  __ tt>  Wr<  y  * i "ulJ  IV-  VV    **  f ? M  i%\?m%$  &  V       o  .'  _?  ori-inal owners  of  the Mother  Lodt,  was  COMPAN^mMPifSl:^'-'  -.       -. :A.-\'<-   *'yj.-'    ���      ..i  : -,*^__^_^ ..: "'*    *_.  .  -    FOUNDERS.      BOILMK MASt^Ki,../���;- aaj;^.my-t^nisrs,:.^      ,-yy~  Ore Cars, Skips, Cages. Ore Bin Ifoors, Chutes aj^vgeneral%^  Our ore binsart'the bast on the\marl.er. . W|rLfc.u'^:fot-Vrefei;e.i^  ���' \   .  .     -      -        yinrtirul.-irs *        "-.���,���*.;'/.:',''f*i'*;/.-'::>'./���-��.���. "liVift^ii.'^-fi'-'-fts  ... -a ...  Sunset and Snowshoe mineral claims  The Austrian, John C.tiba,  win  last month sentenced at  Grand   L. ui'ks  to   live   Years'   imprisonment   for   an  abotninal   olTence,   escaped   from   the  train while on his way to  thc   peniteu-  ti:irv.     The   provincial  constable,   in  whose custody he  was, had   live prisoners in his charge at thc time  and  at  one of the stations on the C. P. K. main  line Gttba succeeded   in  getting  away  whilst  the  constable's   attention   was  taken tip by  the  other  prisoners.    In  this instance Gnba proved to   be   literally one too many for the constable.  John Keough, a  farmer  at Colville,  Wash.,  some  years  ago started  on  a  prospecting   trip.      He   located  some  claims in Summit camp which turned  out not at   all   promising,   aceideutly  discovered ore on the II. C, bought thc  claim for a few dollars,  began work,  had ore from the  grass  roots,   bonded  the property for 560,000,  was  paid- in  full, invested in Greenwood real  estate  and retired to enjoy ease  aud  comfort  on his Collville farm. He has evidently  struck  il  rich  again.    This   time  the  property is near Boundary,  Wash.    If  the sample sent to  H.  L>.   Munroe  by  Mr.   Keough   is   any    criterion,    his  Boundary,   Wash.,   property   is   even  richer  than   thc  B.   C.    mine.     John  Keough is a splendid type of the  prospector aud deserves his double success.  ���*        Police Chief McMillan, of  Phoenix,  was down one night through the  week  enquiring for a sporting  woman  who  was alleged  to  have  "rolled"   a   big  Swede in the house of ill fame in Phoenix known as the Canadian Club.   The  woman was stated to have taken  a lot  of money from the man and then hired  a team and got out as quickly  as pos-  J  \VK GUAKANTKK  ���    JL-f <  SUCCESSOR T  'c  iprott & Mac  JEWELLERS Page .7  THE GREEN-WOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  \EAR BOOK OF BRIUISH COLUMBIA.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  The revised edition of the year  book   of   British   Columbia  and  compendium by R. E. Gosnell has  lately been issued.    It contains a  large amount of  useful information relative to the province,   and  having been brought as nearly as  possible up  to date  will  be_ of  much service to those requiring  reliable   information.      It   is    a  comprehensive digest and yet the  matter has been so condensed  as  to keep the publication down to a  handy size.    Much information is  given  respecting  the varied resources of the province, its institutions, industries, climate,  etc.,  and tables of statistics, maps and  diagrams add to  the  interest of  the publication.    It is illustrated  by numerous views  and is altogether a work evidencing much  care and labor iu preparation,   so  that it will doubtless be  of practical benefit to the province.  IN   PRIZES      $3,000#  GRAND   LABOR   DAY   CELEBRATION  At Greenwood, B. C, Monday, Sept. 2nd.  _M<-  H<-  ���  I  DRILLING   CONTEST,   ATHLETIC SPORTS,    ��-  FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT, HORSE RACING. @  GRAND   INDUSTRIAL   RARADE.  *g The Midway Brass Band Will Be In Attendance  -*m rx _........   T' :-..   n..-...-   v-r  ��  ��-  K*|v-  To J. A. Drain and C. Hoffman. l-Oife ��? *��%��-  Clty of Spokane in the State at TSSBSfc������  ington. .  Sirs : ���   ���   ���   ' 7  Yoti are hereby notified tliat I have <i:i_5**;��-'i��-_  SiOO.OO in labor and improvements on tlie-.���diilwas.  Maud" Mineral Claim situate i__S��i_it!_.5 *_t**n;r>  |n the Ketile Kiver Miititijr Divisioao-"SaCuv i  District in British Columbia, to count as. ap as���  scssinent on said claim, us will ap^iea*- V-v u.  .Certilicate ol" Work recorded 23rd  Mac*.*., afilax..  hi the ofliee of the Milling Recorder fo. itaf �������'��_*  Kettle River Miniuir 1).vision (if Yale l��avs_5r.^_\  In order to hold said claim tinder the j.w-"c__*��i_-i .  of Section 2* of tlie Mineral Act; sutlj i.i-t-s^r-  the amount required to holil. tlie said  ckit.**. .-toT-  the year ending 23rd March,'iVOi.  Aud if at the expiration of "0 days.*.. jf.o.'W--  cation of this notice you fail or refus*. �����>��*����.-  tribute your proportions of the- e__penil_itiivv -v*���  quired under Section 2-1, together wiih all ��?_����...  uf advertisit'ir, your interests lit, saA_lvsvariro  shall become vested mi the s��bi-crib��r.jsu<wt_i'-'  your i*o-o\viiersl under Sectisui ���* of tttc I_l_iBi__rar*. ���.  Acx Amend ment Act, 'WO.  Dated at t.reeiiwood, li. C.,. this 2(.Vb *.1e_>* >wJ.  July, i900.  W. T. SMUT...  ->s%  Special Excursion Rates From All Points In Kootenay. g^  W. JAKES, Mayor,  Chairman Executive Committee.  M. H. KANE.  Chairman General Committee.  DUNCAN ROSS,  Secretary.  THEIR SECRET IS OUT.  All Sadieville, Ky., was curious to  learn the cause of the vast improvement in the health of Mrs.S. P. Whit-  taker,, who had for a long- time, endured untold suft'eriii"-from a chronic  bronchial trouble. "It's all due to Dr.-  Kinp-'s New Diseovery," writes her  husband. "It completely cured her  and also cured our little grand-dat-p-h--  ter of a severe attack of Whooping  Cough." It positively cures Coughs,  Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis, all  Throa; anu Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and S1.00. Trial bottles  -free at J. L. White's. Miller Bros., and  W. E. Anderson's; drug; stores.  "*t_2  ��k��<-  #<fwfKf*<^  IR. P. Ritfeet & Co. I  LIMITED.  euro.  MURDERER  ESCAPED   DETECTION.  i  WHOLESALE   GROCERSj  WINE AND SPIRIT  ;��� IfeRCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B  Dr. Mathison, dentist,  over Bank of  Commerce.    Both 'phones.  SOCIETIES.  Boundary  Valley   Lodge  ISo. 38. l.O.O.F.  \\ EETS e-very Tuesday  /   V   Evening-   at   8.00  in  llieir lodpe room at  {Masonic hall.   A  cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning breth-  'rn. D.A. MacKenzie.  NG  W. Elson. Rec. Sec  MINERAL AGT.  To Sam Bresianer and others lnetrestti jjrfltts..  ��� Henrietta Mineral  Claim,, situate*  _-*��-*  Beaverton In the Kettle River, Bixt-uj'sa���  vision oX Tale District:  TAKE NOTICE tlint 1 li five caused to ~lni .-<*_,_��_-  on the Htmviettu miner*" 1 claim, sitns_le-_ "ttw-r-  Bisaverton, in the Koltlo liivcnMiui-i-}_?iTi*��ir__--.  of Yule District, tho work required by Strfoftjsis.,  _. of the JUiiei.il Act, for the yam mMc-h'-fetus-  expired, and have expended for sii(>_,'-wi��'__i-_fil:.  for rcconlidg Hie cei'titivates theree.) th-i. suib.,  of One H iind red and Two Dolla.a a'sitJ.- 'WOrty.-  cents, (.102.5.), und if ut the exi>.riitio-U>5iyj.*i-,_i:��.-  duvs from the date ol* the ti ist, jitil>_ij.i.',j_<-_) ��:.V.  this notice you fii'l to contribute yous'"{a**>��-_--������  tion of sueh expenditure, nii-iielv, t_��tt swihxiit  Fifty-One Dollar,, and .T\veuty-F_-*��- - 6>.srt*-~  (.fol.'_-.), together with all costs of tidv.j-_ii3*-:-t<-r���  your interest iri said mineral claim . h��"��X 'hv:-  llnble to forfeiture,.*- provided by tke "-Wtotei-uV.  Act Anieiid ment Act, 1900."  Dated this ath duy of July, 1801. "'���-.-  CHARLES MiEyfJ-is:  NOTICE OF FORFEITURES  A Bossburg-. despatch states  that four weeks have expired  since thc jury impaneled by  County Corner Baker, rendered a  verdict of murder over the remains of a man found floating- in  Kettle river, near the Orient camp  and as yet the county authorities  have made no investigation of the  matter.  Otta Leidiger, a barber of Russel, Wash., who has been missing  for a month',' -answer's to the description of the murdered man.  Leidigcr went from Eholt to  Grand Forks, then to Cascade "and  from there to Russell, where he  was last seen. ���''.-..  The   deceased   was   aboijt.-_ 35  years of age. dark complexion'aiict  '  wore a suit of brown clothing. He-  had no papers oil him  acnnvtr*.at**r--  COOKS Mi) WAITERS US10N X0./if7.  T  NOTICE OF MEETING.  .M*>   "W  rr I'otj so \.k*v cooks  117 hii   t1" tirsi    nd  II Om .ill ill    < y'1  s indiiiir   ������ "1'Ulv  i i i.  T Tiiou   TsO  1 unil n -. ol i   _li ii   nt'  in.,     i 1^1   1> l-i    i"    K< -.ll  ni\ it ii  Koi 1   .1   G   Wixri ),  Pr.   i U it  (      XX*  'I  X '  ."*>���  LKESWOOD C  -TSILV-'    \~/      ET~  /<OMBLr oi* yf-  <"���   xxx xs ii.idi.     onloi-  ' ��� MISS ATKrkbciU.  ,t> -  TENDERS WANTEa,  ���  ���     i      i /  ���Tend. 1*1 wm 1>i  uc.iMd f��i    mUiittr *-lnft  J^iotlici   Ioil.   Mnu   up  l>    Voiida*  Anp-nst i)    1 i r puiii- n ir*.  '  oftlCCDl  ll    l     l_(.pi-    I   t-OItllMH'.  DbSOLllluMH'PUUNCRSHlP.^ ���  tHE       i^KL-N'^KsHIl**      HLKtTOroRE  Hub-i-.ti>Ur I* t'-'-n   hi  iiiidu- pit(.d,Lair.\-  Jr-W on bu-im   . i-hi   cll.tM"-'*- in Un* prcmiM-.  l^jtaAii-    '-   '"'      ^ i" 1- ��r  Hit 1   Kniiite   on  ���'CoooerStiKt n  tut tin <f <.ru iiuood, D  (.  Iha*   thi*.    ��'i%    V.-.-I1    di-M-Hcd   'b>    mu'ii-tl  lc_^-f*__��n*t "*  AU��lcbf.o�� in.no   ax.   aid p mu rshr��� 11c to  *  wSS I    tin   mid --."J-..*   Lr.KlH.*aili-.r.-it  ?    ' said" par...er<hip are to ho jwcs-Jiite'lto the  ifH"^...... ,...,ii.. v.-  ffhoiu the skitiewill b<  iErni".--!; Cartier  -.ted.t_iisl2tl:  " y;  ^ i.  <?-y  Kfcygi,  To:  D. R. Camrtell and A. C. McKenri*.. feast -as,  Greenwood in the Kettle Fiver -Min_!i-B_ aDBv5���  sion of the Province of British CoftiasiSlM!-:  and to any otlier person or persons iarawsa-  ed orclairnine any title to the *'au-^tt��lS'*w-.,"'������  mineral claim, situate in Long Laiib 'Ctmv^  ��� (formerly called Cold Drop 'Cais-pi_te. *.&-_-  said Kettle River Mining Division. , .  You are lieroby notified that Fraol. !_?_ ���S*c_���  ler of Colville. Wash., V. S. A., and W*. ��__.- -����_--  Mvmi, of Gri-i*invood ;i.o:-e.*a'<l, ha.c v.K3��a_:B--S.  in" labour and improvements the stini ivif mat;;  ltiindred dollar.- noon the said ^Qxtisitxt,JBa*i.-i��?:  mineral claim, and 52.50 for recording- t3��_?_9inn-c;  u.!, T.xiX ii|.,p_i:ir bv a Ceitiiieate ot" .YfuatSK.- -iv���  >/ijrclud oil tliu 121 ll June, I'Wl. in llie oftie*t"i>i VB.C;  ttiinliiif. recorder of said Miiiiiijr Divisw.w .ift.  Greenivood :if��ro��-;iid, in'order I'i hold tlT*-wKi-l*  cloini uiiiliM- the provisions of seciion 2 J, iti tli ti-  '���Mineral Act", such .'being" Ow aiiM>i_.if. :j__-  o_ulii_(I and necessary, to hold the !v'iifi'c"t.5s--.l.o"  llie year ending -the-1st day of JH!.v,.l'!..>fcK-t.r3'.  if at the expiraiion of ninty days.of poMM^y-Jf-irii  of this notice ynu fail or refnsefo tuKKr-iWiv-.*  your proportion of the expeiKliliiiv ' r��rjjtt-5-.-rtSv'  under the said action 2-lof . the'*i*Mi>*-!tT3.-A_ifl"77T  tofretlii.i* with all c-\sis of advertisitiK". ���e-m.-n.--  iutoi-est in said claim shall becoine OMsHnS-'S-afi.  Uie said Frank U. ("coulter and W. G. MclVSywra.'  vour co-owners]under section 4of tlte"3i'_.��'��.��a_-'-'  Acl - Aniciitlniniit Act I'''W'V .,.   .,  .Daied 'txi ("rieeiiv.-ood. aforesaid, t.l_v..ti_-- C3xk.-"<  of Aug-ust. A. I*.. I-"'I.  FRANK H. OOI_T'r*_-l-t7  W. ('.. McMYN'S.  MINERAL ACT..  Certificate of !mp.'.o.y.enie_it5., *  .,  ���    ::oxice.. .; 7 '.' 7 ���  jo iia-shy*' --on* iCEMTUCKY-'-^jryai-i^'-r  ,'LOST no.l*.*-l-'*''*-r*-'vIi.KAl*R*_ Y*6lA*i':_'���  ION'- "f.MM_.FK-\CTIO_'l" aiiA---rKrK:ft'-.V-.  "���''"ACTION" Mineral claims,:situa.-*.is >"_.��.*. ���  Keltic Kiver 'Miiiiii;,-. Division , ivV". .*S'.a>*-  District. Wheie located : In Janift-s-'Cii'-fclt.  Camp. ���" ''  AKE NOTICK that I, Isaac PC K-iT����.; -.�������-  :i|L'e:tl for Leonard S. Moiilt���� i"-.'.o:'��*c*nt-.  Free Miner's Certificate >*o. I1?)W. *!ra-,w'!.  sixty davs alter date hereof to ayiptj.- ��i�� ijie-  Miniuir,Kreorder for a Certilicate of X-i.J��_MV_~-;  iiiciits.'���f<)r._.the.-_i*iii'a.o|jo_-Of obtainiuy; __Vrwunj.  Grant of"trie."ubo\c claim.     ~ "  And   further lal.'e  not/ice that   act"��-;_ ��v?J(tif,i-  Seetiou 37 ���nitist   be   comntence;l    iyrfwx.  Jbtv  issuance of, such. Certi ficate of Impri/rtiiMK-iai. ���'"  Dated this l.sih day of May, A. fl^VlxH'i   ���'���    .,  ��� ' ' I. H.   HAI...X.T3*,...  MINERAL ACT, 1896..  . Certificate of improvement'.. 7  .   N.OTICE..  ..- ������'���..:���   ���������  DYNAMO'*   Mineral- Claim.' simati- .��' tht.  Keltic   River ��� MinittR-    Division   vi    V,si'iv-r  District.     Wit ure   located *.     lu    *_**ir:j.iarfc  Camp.  AKE  NOTICE   that   1.   I. aa.,-   *S-. T:!-t.-  leti. as ae-eut f"r Anton I'��orto-s.iJci_.Z,V(rw.  Miners's ceriiiieate   No.  B413..U a oil i:tixcr:v'tr-x.<.  Haeriiij,-,      Free      Miner's      Ce v ii 3 ex *��    .��_>...  lHfltiO"       intend sixtv day* Uiiox  the date hereof, to apply to tae S.i.i--i.t_~  Recorder for a Certificate of Inipri>vt-utw-W!,-..*..����'V -  the purpose of obtainiui; a Crown if.'ra,_��-wi .�����.��������  al'".-.- ..-la';:-!'  .-,: .'. iuv.i-.er lake notice tliat a.tiou,  Sc-.'ii.iii  37.  must  be commenced' b-k.-t*.  suance of sr.ch Certilicate.if Iniprovcurv..  Dated ihis l'th day of June. A.T>. _��<��-  I. H. HACCJ-ul'.T-i;-  _.tt_l��!T,-  .-.i'i; .lv���  dav of Autfiist, IWJ  KARRY DAI^E-1:  ERNEST CARTIER.;  y^.~  BEttl&I SECRETARrS-^iC  fenii 'evyiyya   ry$M_l.y  niS9ioner7to>e <&*8!P??g'-.  V such -ipPff^?|-V>.  JW'yt0:Hi,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate   of. ImDrovemettts-  NOTICE.  CROWN POINT Mineral claim.sit-.aj"* .-n *ife  Kettle River Miniiif.' Division of ^�� R-tr^s*-  trict.   Wiiere   located '���     In Crcm.-)'-   Ttmit  ^\lKl'_'NOTICE that I.  Issac it.  3S.>j*aKU-.  Five Miner's cenicate No. Hfflj. '*,('.* v��v~  for  Jolin    l*>oct.t-i*i>   ..'-1-n.T.-  >i_-J.*-u___.  VS-i-e-.  '^>**^-.;  Free  Miner's certificate   No.    I"*..'":fii.- i^eaacl,..  sixtv davs from the date hereof to a_-j��y  rr. v-ar  Min'i'i" Recorder, foi'a Certificate -oi jTayv.K\--  meiilsfor the purpose of ob.aitur.uj atv-��n  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that act .**.,��� xo*��r*-  sectioii  37, in un be commenced  l��.a.vrs','t!��-.-.  s-uauce of such certificate of .atptwyet__*iat*-.  Dated this 3rd day of May, 1900.        i^  I. H. HAL^if.^T.:  aud as  ajrent  Miner's certificate >'o.BRU7, John 1 - >��-i'I.  Free Miner's Ce:-titJcateB2l56'��, A.N.i-e.->?-. ,1  Miners CertificateNo. 2/151,0, and (.-.. N.. _����.�����*  rt-FV��_r  'Axe- .a_  v5  LOST���A cheque for fifty toi-B.-rsr.  drawn on the Roval Bank of OaK'sSa.-  Grand Forks,, by the V. V. & &.. railway conipany in favor of Jan^es !>*.'��&:��������:-  and numbered 219. Finder v-*'J_.i=2��_-S-wr  return, to H..B. Munroe, Gr-_itsw^.*..-t_  Parties are cautioned ag-ainsi __s������-  sarae as payment has been stoj*i��sii-  *     2    .*��� ".Sl-lV3*-* > .   ' J.*-*       ^    ���' j fii...u��lt��" ���''}'����� -** -.-."i-i-vj '^.���_'^777 = -.        "-'''.���   ������"���  1_I-B-_M.^  I-... - ..;.....-__.__-_     I.ii.,,... |   imian i-nii.a.m-ii-iiifi^lJk]  aJM^  Jysi  *axsBXianaG3KXSX��32��Xtl  ^SKKS^EIKE^^  .vjift^ttK^xjajji  y,;;$psp-'  _��4  ^"''J' f "i"^-  *A#y]s\  if  THE GRBEJNWOOI) WEEKLY TIMES  TO BE RUN WIDE OPEN.  __Jra'fisell- situate immediately  swuSi M-tHe-International- bouucl-  ���air-F'l'jfit. .below' Cascade' city, is be-  Mff resiiTrected,'the mute of the  M;-.vcu.^T_-?,ep,ublic railroad being-  tljr.v.'S-,^-3:-,th'2 townsite. Two years  ��J5v;v��ae Russell took yip a placer  ci^iDi :bere and sta'rtQ.l a town,  TribiVJ- *sras,named;'after', 'himself.  ���_&J;--y\v ..<_>�� buildings-were-put up  '���2Li-.;i'i"!>T.a' while, so' *lon'g'. !as; eon-  i-taM:lion-work on.the Columbia &  Wt'.--*.l:er.i\ was in progress between  C._.-'^*;;:ide .ukl Greenwood, several  s*aiov.t;is.' stores,' 1 ivery barns, -etc.',  ���<SF.-i';.��. Jit ful business. Eventually  -S-i3;B��ll became dead,' to all. in-  *i��-j_.4s and purposes, and it remaiu-  i.��i ���_.&;-._���.until a-few weeks ago.  'xti\nv it is being resurrected. JE.  ~W��� Monk got tired; of; living, at  J?l_m.uix on "miles of ore" and  "^���{tf.ry lioie" boosts, and trans-  fen*?.vl his attentions .to -Russell,  wi-iclx, so the ��� unsophisticated  visitor., to the new aspirant for  distinction as metropolis of.- the  5JU.mnvla.rj. is.informed, lias lately  iSs.ft^!i'.'i'6uud"* to possess bigger ��� surface : showings of .-mineral than  I-*i-)-:*tfi.ix.ever had, has the best  SJK_i5.ter.:site inthe-couutfj-, is go-  iag* to'.bfe the best!-.railroad town  in ihe. "whole district, and is to be  ra.,.-. -'wide.opeu" .without Jet or  Mrrc. ranee, and consequently will  .������50m1.be the only pebble on the  Sfc_--_.ch���at least that's what the  ���pairely. disinterested people one  3��*-*-ts"-'1ry" the wayside (between  saloons, four of which have open-  -*.<i up'there iii as'; many- weeks)  ���say.' -And truly things' are b'egiri-  joing". to', move. in. this . new: con-  .��insctiQii town. .The railwaj-  people: are said to have take 1 hold  of ,it and with a few. others, who  .I-jad. to be let in; on the "ground  ikMM*-'" lire going to make it a live  tov.rn, Co'l. WV N. Br ay ton, of  l-vaslo, is manager of the Russell  ���'Townsite'company (to be incorporated) .-'..and E. "W. !Monk is  'Secretary. .Thelatter genial and  eacrg-etic agent gives assurance  "itljxt the new company has ac-  'cpaired two claims. One is ' the  -Russell toNTnsite-of 160 acres and  *i1_-s ether is the adjoining smelter  site of.a like area. The townsite  is -_n excellent,one, almost level  ia. open park-like country,������".timber-,  ���eii with pine that gives an abundance of fine saw-logs. Its water  snjjp-y might be better, but in  *.li._.er respects it seems to possess  "SKimy advantages.  Jits, .mentioned above, the town  ���alreatij' lias four saloons, in one  ���of which is to be found Ira Black,  w5s.r. followed railway construc-  tdiyn t_..roug'h. both the Slocan and  ifhe. Boundary and has now  ���ifcubledlback to pick up the new  scent. In another is Pete Arena,  *we3.I known in bygone days on the  |C- P. R. mainline about'Revelstoke and wlio has run the'whole  |g^_>raM't,J;rgin  a hotel in. Seattle  g a big business  down  to  a  I very unpretentious establishment  ���>a .the North.Fork of Kettle river,  which he had to run on a shoe-  st-iflg-. J. Wilson, at one time in  &b.e saloon business in Grand  Forks, and until lately a partner  in OieRossland hotel, Greenwood,  -*s aow; a sub-contractor on the  trail way right-o*f-way, <lnd fre-  ���*}iK___t!j*- to be seen .in Russell.  Antong several carpenters busily engaged on half a cloven new  buildings was one who hailed  -rom Greenwood, -whilst another  iv-M*. on the morning of the writer's  t-isjt come in from Phoenix to size  lie situation.    Grand  Forks,  ICi'u,  had already contributed to  -be small but increasing population, of Russell.  Arrangements had already been  Iaind-i., so it was stated, to com-  .7_em~e next week the erection of a  "-..nee and music hall and, as well,  large lodging house, these be-  |ir_;| intended for the entertainment  (*���.���_<- accommodation of thc larg'e  rrowd of construction men it is  !e:.|wct.fid will spend Saturday  J.light and Sunday here. Two  pe.(*-...*one lines run through tlie  pop.-., and both will have local  joSIces, ,witli a telegraph office to  jfol.ow   later.    Daily   stages  run  po   both   Bossburg"  and  Marcus.  The   railway'   station    will    be  [centrally loci'Aed,. but   a  200-foo't  ierxg*kt-of-way V*-y|*    ^.ike    a  isT��'ath. out of tlie^tbw.i..,  big  It is stated  that  there  yeast tan promising- mining  Ipc-rtles within a ra  i��_ ites of the townsite.  us  are at  proof three  and on one  !.._; these the Russell Mining con>  ^k_-_ vis credited with, h a vi ng* e;.-  |k*->i_ed Sld,000 is shaft sinking,  ^-naldn.-T open-cuus.an-d delay- other  "Flint-. Sa-rsparilla,:the spring- tonic  SI.00.   Anderson's Pharmacy.  COMPANIES' AGT, 1897.  1   111  SON,MIKES, LTD  'f.o_i-Pe.sDnal Liability.)  . TAKI. NOTtCI- lli.u llie shares 111 Tito Morrison Miiies, T_ititiu.il, [Nuii-Persona. I/nibilit.v|  hereinafter described, have bi-i.ii' declared in  dol'itiiltiatnl \iill be sold at piililic auction tu llie  liifTliest bidder for ca--.li. :i I Hi- oilico ��f tin* said  Cum pany, Rt*mk*ll Imlldiiiir. , Cuyp.i_r Stivet.  flro'uiiwiMid, B. C. on-Timsday tli"; 3rd day of  Sciileiiiber. A. I)., 1901, at tlie lioiir ol' four  o'clpcl. in tlie aftiiriUK>ii. to satisfy ass'essiiients  which have been made 'tliereoii and "ire in default for a period c.vceepinir sixty <|ays after,  notice and demand of payment"'-o.-'_iish as-  csssuieiu.  13;:_  Ami. of  Assess.  Due and Unpaid  Certilicate  N9. of  _nit.  of Assess,  . No.  *���'.    Shares.  Due and Unpaid  1358  i,uon  S 10.00  ..    1300  '  r,ooo  2o.oo . -v  .,  130.    '-..  1,000'  .  2o.oi". ���;  ,:  1370  1,000  2o Oi,'  ;|  1371  "l          1,000  2o.dr��   ������'-  1372  r.ooo  2o.oo.,  1373    .  l,ono  ��� ��� -2o.i��n ���  1374  l.l'OO  2o.oo  1375  1,000  2o.oo  I'-'.Ti  1,1W.1t.  -    '2o.fio  1.1''2  1.000  2o.oo  1.V.3  J.ODO  2o oc.  13%  I.ODD  2o.oo  .  I-W4  500  I.l.Oil  1410  ��00  .10.00  1411  fluo  10.00  1-112  Soo  : 10.00  1415  5oo  lO.IMl  MU,  5oo  IO.OU  1417  5oo  M.rin  1414  _,.-.,.i��  50.00  14.3  '.'.into  ,    Jo.Ot)  14'KI  6.000  l2l'.(M.  15114  2.500  So.oo  .15111  1.000  .   2o.oo  l.5]t  I "-...i  3^.0o  1512  500  Io.no  1530  Soo  10.00  1531  2,5oo  So.oo  1535  J .,!/,)  3ii.no  15.W  .  Soo  10.00 .  l5-����  I.IJflO  2o.oo '  15-W  ��� ���   I.IXJO  2o.oo  1SS1  l.ooo  2o.oo  1552  1.000  2o.o<i  1555  1,000  ������' 2o.oo'  1556  J ...���,  2o.0o  1557    .  .r)O0  iti.00  1573  5...UD  roo 00  1576  l,--'io  2o 00  15S2  S 10  10.00  15I.3  500  10.00  15S4  5JO   .  10.00  15.5  ��>uc>  to.00  - 1587  Soo'  . 10.00  ���15S'.  2.000  4o.oo  la'JO  S.000  loo.00  l_l)-2  ),ooo  2o.oo  1604  500  io.oo  11,05  t,5oo  3o.oo  1607  1,000  2o.oo  1608  3,ooo  60.00  1609  2.000  4o.oo  1615  1,000  2o.oo  .1619  J,oco  2o.oo  1646  2,, 00  4o.oo  164S  t,Soo  3o.oo  16.')0  l,5oo  3i>.'oo  1662     .  0,000  3o.oo  '   1665'  2,ooo  2o.oo  1666  1.000  2o,oo  1667  1,000 -  2o.oo  1676  Soo  lo.oo  1681  S.ooo  loo. 00  l')8'.  2,,-oo  4o.oo  1690  2,ooo  4o.oo  Dated tl. i.s 2nd dayof August, A. D. 1901.  A. F. OLIVER.  Pccretary The Morrison Mines, Limited.  ! rospecting work.' , Between Russell and Bossburg are o+her minr  eralclaims, some of wtif-h arr  reported to have 1 ad a lot bf work  done on them. Across Kettle  river, about a tni.e east of Russel, is what is described as a  marble quarry r.nd this is to be  worked, if expectations be realized, and wil contribute to the  support of lhe new town, ,  But it i*: mainly upon railroad  construe' ion that  the immediate  future of Russell is to be built, up.  A mile or so north, on^t-iej^ana.-  dian F.'de of the line, i;numtijff$f'  menyvill be employed [inypv^tting  a rr'ihvay tunnel 860 fpet t^roug-h  a high bench, whilst 4out^.'ofth'  town there are five orfsix��� milfes^yf  heavy rock work to teLdqn<Epn:;tl76  line of railway. .It.is notmlikel '  then that Russell wili;t.e-^*7i(lio't!  town for the next twelve monthis  to come, and beyond tliat f iyi^"whjo  go into business there^  vantage of the free !spending; of  money that usually '^ccotiwanie&|  railway co astruction, will ca_|gi|W  look, leaving the future tdyi-ta.  care of itself. 4.  jOut sid e rs ^say^  iifigatibn  iiiterferins:  __h.efe_J__.--  maa!  witfev ti?e  mining development in this - sfej  tion and express doubts as"-';tb>tP&  security of title to either /minerjr!  claims or.town lots, but tiiis-isl^j  matlier for prospective speculatb^  to look into for themselves. Me.  ^  while Russell is enjoying a bufW^ri  ing boom, restricted at presentVPy'-!  a scarcity of sawn -lumber,'- ���:m^  likely this will soon attain to re  pectable proportions. y v7.  We carry the only Flannel .Suiting!  in town.   Allmacher & "Wilson. .-,.'��  Rooms at the Clarendon SO cents  night.      tf     ��� ~tyy;  MINERAL   ACT.  To Randolph Stuart, J. C liaas, l.-E.'Bi  Walter D'Eatli and others concerned:  be  Doubtful. ���M-eL0?*'  ami Uucr Trail iiiiii_.nl   uliilms,   situul-.jn'|QR  Grcciuvood cimi'i, in tlic  Koltle  lllver n-?e,j (jv  division of Ynl<j il.slrl-it, tlio work requtr^-jjigfj  Soction ilof tlii.'Miiii.iiil Act.for theycH/."). y,-^^.  lias lixplrutl, nml have tixporulurl for _u/'.eof l|,e  unci for recording iho ocrlllk'iitus tlieLjjj^ qq\.  sum of foil rhiiudi'i'd mul /i I ttreii <16I lars Jytoni" tlie  nml if ut tlic i-xjiinitioii of it Inly diij-s i,cl,   aou  (lute of tlic lii_l. jiiibliontioii of 111 is iiof.*ts;.i, eX  fail to contribute your proportion of 8_-��W,,,i"_  piMi'liture, namely, Itiiudoljili Siii.irt.J.C.OL the  1. If. ''illicit mid otlior I'-iii'/i'-*'''inti.resfedl^Jii.  sum of ?8:l.0lifcu-oiie-iii'lli i|!iiTO_i in. said ir)A.f  or.il claims, uu'il, \Viilt_r I.)'I'i'.!li, tiie "sunt Mi|  '..SM.OO for a oiie-tlltli  iiiierobt \ix said mineraB  claims, (pgetiier.-ivitii ail cosis\)i' adverti. ingifl  your interest i 11 sa.i*l/;i,ninor.-i I  i-iu;j���s shtxil ''-"-cVl  liable to forfeitnr&'a^piovided l.j Uie ".Mineral*l  ..et.-.tnchdmeiit/A-i't; UK*)"        I. .  ���/  Dated tiiis.32.!i 'xl^'.xiit-X.U'K-; l��---- v .   ii  ��� -yyyyyy-jyt-'' jv>'* ^ "^^.u.. u~.  ..SftE^.DNT-WEAR A MASK  TAKK   NOTICK   that J  have causei  done on lhe Diamond Joe  34  ���'j3iit he.-'in-tuny w  /rfeji^by sores, blotch  cniniiit tely  hicli  i nd pimples.'.til'  's Ar;n.;i tfaivevThefc?  ...... !*���   v,*c11  as Vri'ip.tio^jr*  zxersopes. b;>i'u;s,   ulcers.  cr',rbiincy*  nd felons from its use.    In failibie'/^1-  uts.   corns, bums.   scaUis  ti nd;,pfe*^*.  sfipiused Buck!  ?.'-.-������!. ���������.������.-.\  .���Siey ���., y4;i ished  .;fev"!'''" "'  an  'Cure-g-uanin teed.   25 c  -and-J. L. "vv'.'-e's ,. y  lit  Surveys are now bciri};' made  and  lots will shortly  be on  the  market;    Carmi City adjoincs the group of claims of  which   the   Carmi   mine   is   the   center. ,<^'  THE SHIPPING GROUP OF T/YH^'''S>,rfV^ftf  .-      ^    K < ��* tho- -   of  DISTRICTi y * y  ?%&"  L-Vl^  _5  Carmi i.s the mining center of the Upper We  townsite adjoins the Carmi -ipi-ie, which shipped2,ftm  ;-, ofore to the smelter dnri  upon which devclopn-'t-nt  * y      '      J-neard. ".-rffot ly  ��n ot   tHeir  tails���all  Fork Coun'mermaidi he had  seen  wi*h  flowing  hair and  the past winters ;_ lively played  about  vater   ��9ome otner fellow,  KERR,  Greenwood.  is bene    v***1"-'     ***���'              'V!h��  .    neitlv-.r'sentiment not imagination  .u order to be ready for^;;;-^,^ jt was Qnly tw0 girls from  shipments whejc:aUyi th<. .B.  c.  mine boarding:  house who  is  <-��n"hatl'enter-' >fere being paddled about on the lake  f ' |'T in an old punt by one of the lads from   .__  <   ?������    \ the mine, but the benighted pedestraia-  .    .FpR   '.filled���An4er-   is still sceptical, favoring his mermaid  1        theory.    B. C.  ���* t" *"j**vt  K-.s_:_>__i__~f>;  ______ Page 7  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  \EAR BOOK OF BRIUISH COLUMBI\.  The revised edition of the year  book   of   British   Columbia  and  compendium by R. E. Gosnell has  lately been issued.    It contains a  large amount of useful  information relative to the province,   and  having been brought as nearly as  possible  up  to date  will  be   of  much service  to  those requiring  reliable   information.      It   is    a  comprehensive digest and yet the  matter has been so condensed  as  to keep the publication down to a  handy size.    Much information is  given  respecting the varied resources of the province, its institutions, industries, climate,   etc.,  and tables of statistics, maps and  diagrams add to  the  iuterest  of  the publication.    It is illustrated  by numerous views  and  is  altogether a work  evidencing much  care and labor in preparation,   so  that it will doubtless be of practical benefit to the province.  THEIR SECRET IS OUT.  All Sadieville, Ky., was curious to  learn the cause of the vast improye-  ment in the health of Mrs.S. P. Whit-  taker,'who had for a long time, endured untold suffering, from a chronic  bronchial trouble. "It's all due to Dr.-  Kinp-'s New Diseovery," writes her  husband. "It completely cured her  and also cured our little grand-dausrh-  ter of a severe attack of Whooping  Cough." It positively cures Coughs,  Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis, all  Throa. and Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and Sl.OO. Trial bottles  /--free at J. Lii White's. Miller Bros.,.and  W. E. Anderson's; drug stores.  ���b.  ii  3,qqo  ���m.  -����8  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  GRAND   LABOR   DAY   CELEBRATION  1 At Greenwood, B. C, Monday, Sept. 2nd.  9 ��� -   ��    DRILLING   CONTEST,   ATHLETIC SPORTS,  -8 FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT, HORSE RACING. Q  $ GRAND   INDUSTRIAL   PARADE.  ___* ��� ��� ��������� ������ ��� "   ^ The Midway Brass Band Will Be In Attendance,  X Special Excursion Rates From All Points In Kootenay.  S5S<-  *  To J. A. Drain and C. Hoffman, fiotfc tXy&x.-  City of Spokane in the State -#*W.re&-~ -  ington. ��� '���.'-.-.���'  Sirs :  You are hereby notified that I have .'aspttstfyal.  SiOO.DO in labor and improvements on \iiis-~SSixtii  Maud" Mineral Claim  situate ia Smitb.'�� ��_t7ii3>  in  the  Kettle  River  Mining  I)Wis-irti.��. "_*-,���;(-_���'���  District in British Columbia, to count as. aa no.���  sessmeut on said claim, as will appear ~iTf sx.  .Certificaie of Work recorded 23rd Mar*.*"... aW--,  in the ofliee of the Mining Recorder foi Iht-Kuw...-���  KettleRiver .Miitiiitrl).vision of  Yale ItawvcK*^.'   (  in order to hold said claim under the pr/*v"-;_.r��..i~.u  ,  of Section 24 of ihe  Mineral  Act;  such WiTST  the amount required to lio.ii the said cVil\a iu.-r-  ihe year ending-23nl March, l'JOn  And if at the expiration of .11 day_.<��_ j����'f*-i-  cation of this notice you fail or refuse ta.. umn-  tribute your proportions of the- ocpenil&wv-i' mr-  quired under Section 24, toiretlicr whU all tsrtai*...  of advertisit'ir, your interests in, s _r__i tAis-im  shall become vested >n the subscriber tyivK-cft  your co-owners] under Section 4 of ibe t_..__t����_ra_'. -  Act A mend ment Act, I')IK).  Datedat Greenwood, 15. C._ this- IC-i cfejy. vtrS.  J ulv, I'JOO.  W. T. SMl-PH..  -��g| R. W7 JAKES/ Mayor,  *ZL Chairman Executive Committee.  to. H. KANE.  Chairman General Committee.  DUNCAN ROSS,  Secretary.  8  m-  &<p$gffi&^^  SOCIETIES.  Boundary   Valley   Lodge  No. 38. I.O.O.P.  A\ EETS everv Tuesday  /   V   Evening-   at  8.00  in  their lodg-e room at Masonic hall.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourninpr bretli-  ' rn . D.A. Mac__f.n-.ie. N G  W. Elson. Rec. Sec  MURDERER  ESCAPED   DETECTION.  A Bossburg- despatch states  that four weeks have expired  since the jury impaneled by  County Corner Baker, rendered a  verdict of murder over the remains of a man found floating in  Kettle river, near the Orient camp  and as yet the county authorities  have made no investigation of the  mattt-r.  . Otta Leidiger, a barber of Russel, Wash.,.''who has been missing*  ���for a month,1 answers to the des-,  cription. of the murdered man.  Leidiger'.;went from Eholt to  Grand Forks, then to Cascade aiid  from there to Russell, where'he  was last seen.  The   deceased   was   abortt,. 35  years of age. dark complexion-anti  wore a suit of brown clothing. -He.;j|  had no papers .oil him.  COOijS'AKD WAITERS USIOS SO. Wl  NOTICE OF MEETING  T1  -HE BOUNDARY  COOKS  *17, nieetr  ii ili'Uii ��� -,.    .  .  in- , members "in   (food   'staiiiUnii  ._v-icn.uj.v-  invited, j"     _,���VI...;.'  Roiuskt G. Woo:., Chas. j-.��m-a*.,  (;rs Union  Ko. 117, meets *r*l���AM{* ./tftx  Tue��tlavs of each mouth :irUuion.Uall.,/;\.'-*'lt;i'gg^  President.  X  ���^ ' ���.. yy-^-r-/ f-��� -  _<^NUMBI--*'01-'_I*-.XI'r    \D FLOW IOR 9  ���Jn.   ,utrt. |.ejdy. X>��lers . ,r .   i flower-, t iken.  MISS ATkl^bear.  ���������;.���' ''/ie  ^ TENDERS WANTEfi  BIBVK--"-.' jTe'ii.lers will be- received foi  J-'te-.7jlioUiei-  Lode  Mine n|>  to    Monday   morning  ''Au-fost i').   For particulars apply at ifcneial  nfficeiit IJ. C. Copper Conip un, Airtieond.i.  y-ftSSOLliTO OF PARfSERSHIP. *-j  _-*HF- P\KTN1-USH1P HI-RETOTORE  * : subsi .tin"..between tlie nmleisipneil, cair>-  inlfoil bus'ine's as hotelkee,., f- in llie premise-  lii_o*^:is the -Windsor Hot. 1 ' Wltu.Ue on  ^CWobecStriet in the City o' (.iieiiljooil, �� C.  iS^piis    day    been    disMil.td   <ti^   mutual  '^All'drt.ts ov.iiiir to the sa��l p-rtnershio tie to  '���*'*(��� ihe timl.;r>-ifr'ivd  Lu e (t C--UiLr _t  tel. and all vi "I"*' ���J.-'ii'i'-t  fejpai*  fie Ba_d"Wi"o*=<J  said, pannersh.p are  -.'JErriest Cartibr by ���  ialed'.'this 12th day of .  HAKR  A  <yytk  m.  M  MM  V&&g%��xl����t&r~-  SllE SECRETARY  iO-S.OUR  iSjitcu  *tlio._J<i  ploased  McMynn;  [miisswner.  Lia_.ti!  Bsioo*  slant.  MINERAL AGT.  To Sam Breslauer and others inetrestctf -Jxiax-'.  ��� Henrietta Mineral  Claim,, situate* svtxr  Beaverton ln the Kettle Rlyer, "tKxt-SK i&~-  vision ol Yale District s  TAKE NOTICE thnt'l have ciutsec. to~*m.&ii3M--  on the Henrietta-iniiierHl claim, sitwaie-a-����v_iar-  Beaverton, in the Kettle lU*vo_ J.inl_i-j-?_-_iw--_>;.  of Tnle Distriet, the work required by 5*'tfifotx*,  *_. of the Miiieml  Act, for the jeitj inhjcaa'-t'ty?-  expired, anci lu_ve expeinlecl for sut"fc'Tna"-_A3--l.!.  for teeordidg the certilientes tlierco.-.t-i-f: .fniisv,  of One Hunt]rail, find Two DoIIhis li'aii .'S-TStyr  ccnts,"($102.50),Hnd ifiitthe cxj)irntio_r.i.Ji��__n;e-*��r-  days from the date of the  tivst pnbiicu��._>���_��' iri"*.  this notice you fail to contribute' scons ���{��������*>��-������  tion of sueli expenditure, nnmely,.tJjft. *vi_axtiit  Fifty-One ��� Dollars   aim   .T\veuty-FtT<.    liifann*---  (SSL'-Si),'together with all costs oi .id-t^s-iv-iiBV  your interest in said mineral claim .Lall 'he;-  iinble to forfeiture,, as provided by t5_e'-��iinui-i-.2v_.  Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated this otli day of July, 1001. "���'      -.  CHARLES r-liE-f.*-.'  NOTICE of forfeiture;  To: '���:  D. R. Camptell and A. C. McKenzie, 'aae'-sa**  Greenwood in the Kettle.Rivc-r fl--8_B(Kl"*-��,��--  sion of the Pr.vinc.o. British CcftaKriSss.^  and to any other person or persons i_rT(-_sa!_.������  ed or claiming any title to the ''aut-ea Sass-.*-" -  mineral claim, situate in Long: La&ie--Caw*-  ��� (formerly, called Cold Drop Canstii Sb -Jitee..  said Kettle River Mining Dlvisioriv       , ���  You are hereby notified that Praalr !ti\. Si*_i_���  ter of Colville. Wash., U. S. "A., and-"WC ��_. IStc-  Mynn, of Greenwood aforca'd, ha .c. erc2��-o:'J-st'  in" labour and 'improvements the *su'n> a\if imt.  hundred dollars upon the said "_Qiie����_ .iris^ii.''"-  mineral claim, and J3..0 for recording. 't_x> iaKwi-t_t  as. -r.nl appear b** a. .Certilicate of    \Ti5C__. -'-afei-  i/brdcd on the 13tli June, IWI. in the ofncuui V*"'-r  tuininj"'  recorder of  said Miiiiii;r D.vW��.._i !__!_  Greenwood  afore-aicl. iif order tolioM ttifi'iKiiS:  oloiiii  under thc'provisloits.of section Ww^-CHt.-. *  "Mineral   Act*',   such   beiny-the  ana*>R__r. :s��~  quired and necessary, to nold the saic^eJ-i>vi_Si.'-i-  the year 'ending- tlie 1st day of'July-,,.T!*l>2sa,iM-;.  if at the CNpinilion of ninty days,'if pul>is<i'.-n"tf��_'.  of this notice you  fail or refuse^to ct>��trSlMtti^-  your proportion of  the expeudil'ui-e- r��,^-_-_i'":_-.  iindcv the sai<l section 24of   tlie'-'-MiiasiTal JS_a-~!��  tojfethf.f  villi all  c'-sts  of  advertis.iijr..'yjwiir--  ���nierest in said - claim shall  become v-sw.H'S '"os.  the said Frarilc li. Goelter and W.  G.  Mcfflynw, ���  [your co-owners] under section 4of t"ie.*-_t'K���-&��-__���.  Acl Aiiii-iiiliueut Act I90J".   . "'���.'���..,..,  Dated ot 'Greonv.-ood', aforesaid, t.lvi.->>;_[-. feff-  of August. A. D.. 1"0I. ���  FRANK B. 00'_T'__i-_._..  \V. G. McMYXN.  MINERAL ACT..  Certificate of lmD��o.y.e_iie!its_,���'-'   ,  :-:o'rrciS'..-.7 .-'������'  "JO I.AKOY-' "OLD __E>:-J.UCKY" -KEiS'-'r  ,T_OST HOKSl-r'-'rElvlERAlKi: >"H_.C:i'-.  ION" ���'/���:.Vl.,l_v F_. ACTION" ::x\A --���1'X.Ki'i'*1.*?..  PK. AC TION" Mineral claiins. silu.-ivv-.*>�� "���'__���.'.*: ���  Kettle Kiver Mining Division . t.Y ���X&.l-*-  District. Where located : In JMies'lVjftfc;  Camp. ..'������-- ..'. ���  TAKE NOTICE mat I, Isaac Hi. HaT��r.u ��*-..  ajrenffor Leonard S. Moultot. :i's.i��:-i*f:t--  Free Miner's Ceriiiieate No. lJ_t,'"7*_i.">_; ���'la!3siit.iS..  sixty tiavs al'ter date hereof to appl>- .�� ���_"-'���-������  Min.usr.Kwci'.rder for a Certificate of X-wjip-MniK���;  meiils 'or tlic ytiryose of obiainiu;; .__rj:rku--*-.  Gi-aiivof-llie^above'Claim.^  AND  Seci<tary  :���)  -rh  ERNEST CAK  And. further take not,icc that actio*. sns.ft-'V .  Seotioii 37 -must be comniencc-l b-rivw.. ..VfetT.  issuance of sucli Cerii ficate of Iiuorovv.'/iAiVHis'."-'."  Dated this lSth day of May, A. D^WOfa     :  '���*."'.- I. H.    HA7_>*_K-_r3y..  miKERAL ACT. 1896..  . Certificate of irn.proverai_��j.��� 7.7.1 ,'.  ..   N,OTICE..  ; -..������.''���  'DYNAMO"   Mitteral -' Claim.: siiitutt- .�� *bvr.-  ..   Kettle   Kiver   Miniuir    Division   x'S   "''>'j:';��r.  District.     Whore   located .     Ut    *-Si��-.iaTt_r  Cainp.  TAKE  NOTICE   that   1.   Isaaj-  '($-. :K_i.,-  lett, as aiieut. f"r Anton Porloa-._sE*..&V*ir-.  iners's certificate   No.  134133].. anti  t^Ma-.^i.-..  H:ierii-.(r,      Free      Miner's      Cei'liSi-aae     3ua~  134061)7 "     intend sixty day* :S*��nx  tlie date liereof. to apply to- tae _*.y_3-i.i,r--  Recorder for a Certilicate of Iiiipn)v._��r��Wi.'.*-i ���-  the purpose uf obtain in _r a Crown (rlr'-vfs ���<&'3_j*;-  al*'^-i*..-la!:-r  A: ���'. funiter take notice that action. _-.f_h_T-  -.ecti./ii 37.  must be commenced bw.iv;. .1tts��_iv���  suance of such Certificate of Ini|)i*ovcu.i.-��i.t.  Dated this 17th day of June, A. l). 5.9i��.  L If. HA-X-UlT-t--  JVIINERAL ACT,  Certificate   of: Improveme'Kis-  NOTlCE.  CROWN POINT Mineral claim, sit-BaiJr'iw -iJikt  Kettle Kiver Mining Division of "b"a"c **Bi*-  trict. Where located : In Cr.rt-._ t'..n_.-i  Camp. _.    ��� ,���  TAKE NOTICE tl*.at I. Issa�� M- Xf<-_*Owl_-_,  Free "Miner's certicate No. BfftG. -Jn*.* Aiiy���  self and as a^'ent for John Doi_j;\ti*> SF-xteur-  Miner's certificate No.T_SU7, John i*. ..���i--J.*vil,.  Free Miuer's CertificateB2')569, A.>,.Per|y. >b:Bt--  Miuers Certilicate No. 2.5t.9, and G. _v...&i*-f*3*n.  Free Miner's certilicate No. I._.K*ftij JXHeMl.,.:  sixtv davs from the date liereof to apv__r -w>. viiw  M'm'iit" Recorder .'or a Certificate, o, Ibii/vuvv.-  nieiits'fdi- the purpose of obtainiiu; -i_i*irawri.  Grant of the above claim. .        .  And further take notice that a��-tifri-,-.--rarf��jr;-  section 37,mn-t be commenced becor?-,: tV.%_-iA- .  suance of such certificaie of imp-OV-CM-a---- .; \  Dated this 3rd day of May, 1W0.        i J  I. H. HALiiilJ^X- ,;  LOST���A cheque for fifty i?i>l___3rs  drawn on the Royal Bank of O-K-raj?a_  Grand Forks,, by the V. V. ic S.. raii-  vray company in favor of Jar^es. i,t.��-Stetc_-  and numbered 219. Finder vein j_.i__f��S-  re-urn" to H..B. Munroe, G.re��snwom57  Parties- are cautioned against TssSjiy*-*  sanie as payment has been st0p.5H.-_. '^^^f^^M^^m^^^^^0^^4.  " yujtf^mxmvfflt&i  _��� .    .r,^ ��� _^-     _  i ;--i ������^-*  j^fcd  ii��iiil5  i^tiPii  K��aw*��*^-����i��i��*ns3$^:sffiWa2Ke  ^raa-a-OTHiss*^  ;-*^52ii--_*rw_a*��.  X  __li��j_^a__SKS_i  _//.  \  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Paee   6.  Iffil  TO BE RUN WIDE OPEN.  tassel 1,    situate    immediately  'S-imtis. ����.���th.eItiternatioi.ial--bouud-  -ai-^'S'iift' -belowCascade'city, is.be-  in-5�� resurrected, the route of the  . MrU'cu,-s--S.ep*ub|ic . railj'oad  being'  tbr..'__��,__:---the townsite.. Two years  '"v-jjiov. 'itm&.Russell took, up a placer  ���-cia.'ioi :b.er-e ��� and  staHficPa  town,  ���vTfei*-_b ���ivasyiained'' 'after  himself.  . ;&. iiiiSv log building's.were put  up  7--ns.V.l-orr.Awhile, so  long', 'as  con-  ���s-ta-isrlimi-worl- on.the Columbia &  ^festent was in progress between  C��.'5Cfi.de.'vii-d. .Greenwood, . several  -53.1 c. ��m.' stores,' 1 i very barns, * etc.,  tSid'c-. fiti'ii). business.    Eventually  lRfl5s,t.]'l'..became  dead,7to. all., in-  le-J-.-ts-cuid. purposes, aud it remained >-_e.;3��l-.until a ���:fe\v   weeks  ago.  jS-'mp ii is ba'mg resurrected.    Et.  ~W- Monk got tired, of; living', at  P-*-*.'*-. nix on   "miles  of  ore'.'   and  ~'gh>xj liole"   boosts',   and trans-  fem.vl bis attentions to Russell,  ���w&icJi',    so    the -unsophisticated  ���visitor: to  the new ;aspirant  for  - tEstt-nctipn as metropolis 'of. the  Xtoujidary''is-informed, has latelj*  .Sse^.'.-.vfouhd' to possess ^big-g'er; sur-  r_.;_.Cit shq-'vings ofy-mineral7 than-  jphoenix -ever .had, .has  the  best  S-T.U-5.tt_r,!sit'e iu the��� country,.is g-.o-  ���' iugvto'bfe the best! 'railroad  town  Eiii-h.. whole district, and is'to be  -r3ja.7fwide.open" -without let  or  Marirance, and consequently will  soon be the ; only pebble  on  the  ibcTL-ch���at least that's what  the  -jjaireiy disinterested   people , one  .ajeet**  bj' the wayside (between  saiooas, four of.which have opened lip* there  in  as^ many-weeks)  ���say--'  'And truly thing's arebegin-  m'pg-y'tp'; move  in this .new- con-  ��i05etion..".ytown.-'.    The  .railway  people: are said to have take 1 hold  of jit and with a few.others,   who  Siad to.be let in. on  the "ground  ikw-*." are7g-oing"-tQ make it a live  tmtrn.    Col.  "W. -,N. Brayton,   of  IS-tslo, is xiianag-er of the  Russell  "Townsite compan}* (to  be- incor-  j> orated) ���and   E." W.   Monk   is  secretary.  ..The latter genial and  eaci-g-etic agent gives  assurance  that the new company has  ac-  ���qwired two claims.    One is  the  "RusselL townsite- of 160 acres and  i *tlie (.ther is the adjoining smelter  site of a like area.    The townsite  ris an excellent���one,   almost level  i__. open park-like country,'.timb.er-  1-eti "Krith. pine that gives au abund-  :aiice of line saw-logs. Its water  ���3'i-j?X^3r might be better, but in  -rAh.nr respects it seems to possess  many advantages.  j'i_s .mentioned above, the town  halready lias four saloons, in one  ���e& which is to be found Ira Black,  ���w3r.o followed railway construc-  taiiin i-3iroug'h both the Slocan and  tlie Boundary and has now  ��ioubled,back to pick up the new  scent Iu another is Pete Arena,  ���uieill known in bygone days on the  C P. R. mainline about' Revel-  siofceand who has run the .'whole  .gaams-t- from a hotel in Seattle  ac,<_Bg=Cbi"g*"3u  ���very unpretentious establishment  aa .ti_.e North.Fork of Kettle river,  -srbicli he had to run on a shoe-  st-ring*. J*. Wilson, at one time in  ib.e-saloon business in Grand  Forks^and until lately a partner  ia ���s3ie*RoS-*Jand hotel, Greenwood,  is. now*', a sub-contractor on the  ea.j_j.way right-of-way, dnd fre-  |o-uet*.t.y. to be seen in Russell.  -&a*k.tig several carpenters bus-  J��Ly engaged on half a doaen new  lb��lkliugs was   one   who   hailed  j-'rom Greenwood, -whilst  another  juad on the moruing of the writer's  tnsit come in from Phoenix to size  Ap the situation.    Grand Forks,  too, had already  contributed  to  the. saia.1.1 but increasing  popula-  doB.-of Russell.  Arrangements had already been  I-aadi., so it was stated, to* com-  _r_er.ee next week the erection of a  Mace and music hall and, as well,  y. large lodging house, these being 51. tended for the entertainment  and accommodation of thc large  crovrtl of construction men it is  ���expected will spend Saturday  .ught and Sunday here. Two  telephone lines run' through the  wn and both will' have local  offices, .with a telegraph office cto  follow : later. Daily stages run  \ta   both  Bossburg  and  Marcus.  The   railway'  ���centrallv Id  station-  Yv*ill    be  fl.b-.-t  a 200-foot  .il    itke    a    big  5-vratiL .out of the^wn...  It.is .stated  that   there  are at  I'k'-ast ten promising mining pro-  perUes within a radius'of three  ___iles of'the, townsite, and on one  t>f these the Russell Mining con>  Ip__.i_._y, is. credited with', having e:,-  jM__icS'ed-'$10,000 in. shaft sinking-,  staking open-cuts ascl doing other  "Flint-. Sarsparilla,-the spring- tonic  SI.00.    Anderson's JPharniacv.  COMPANiES*  ACT7-897,  THE MORRISON MINES,  iNoii-Personal Liability.)  LTD  TAKK NOTICK tliat tlic.shares lu Tlie Mor-  risi'ii Mines,, Li mi led, |Ni>i|.Porsoi.ial!l,i:ibilily)  liiireinafUT uuscribi-il. Ii.-ive been ' declaieil in  (li'faiilt ami ivill he Mild al public auction to tin*  liif.'-lie'.t liitlflei- fur cash, at the nfiici. of llicsa'ul  Compauv. Ri'iuUill buildini,'. Cuyp.er Street.  (IreeiiHiioil, IS. C. on1 Tuesday tli^ 3rd day of  ScpliMiibi'i-. A. U.. I'M. at the lioiir of four  o'clock in Uil> afternoon, to satisfy a��s'es,smeiitK  ivliicli liuve been made'-hereon and arc in de-  fatilt for a tmriod e.vceepiity Sixty days after;  liotici.' and deinand of payment'' of.-'auMh as-  esssuietit.  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"2o'.oo   ���  l,ooo  V:.2o."ob      '  1,0(_0  ..,-ty- 2o.oo   ,  '���   l,ooo  2o,oo  ���l.ooo"     '  -'''  2o.oo  l,ooo  2o.oo  1,000  2o.oo  1,000  ;    2o.oo      ,  l,5oo  3o,oo  -'  l.ooo  2o.oo  l,ooo  2o.oo  l.ooo  V   2o.oo  l,ooo  2o.oo  -  l.ooo   '  2o.oo  5,000  100.00  s     S.ooo  ���     100.00  l,ooo  . ..���>���-.. 2o.oo  l.ooo  .'   :������  -2o.bo  5,000  100.00  1,000  10.00  1.000  2o.ob  5,000  ��� -   100.00  1.000  2o 00  1,000  2o.oo  ~-      5oo  10.00  ��� ���' '.. Soo '. ..  10.cio  ''���   -Soo  10.00  .'. . 'Soo ,  -        10.00  Sob  10.00  Soo  10.00  5oo  10.00  Soo    ...  10.00  3,ooo , \  60.00  Soo.'''  10.00  , 500.','  .6.00  5oo-:  n.0'0 .  6,000  t2o.oo ���  Soo .  xo.oo'-  l,ooo  2o.oo  .   -.   500   -.  10.00  5tM-  10.00  5oo  IQ.00  5'_o.  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'.-  5..o  10.00  5;.-0  ���).0O  Soo  5.00         ,.  5.-11  ro-co ��� . -.".-  1,000  10.00         ..  I.lKtO  y^"i7^  Certificate  No. Of  Vnu.  of Assess,  . No.  Shares.  Due and Unpaid  "  1358  1,000  . S J0.f>0  . - .     1366  1,0!>(>  2o.oo ...   .  .,     1369    -..  1,01)1) '  2o.no-'  .  1370  1,060  2.1 on'   ;-  1371  l.ooo  2n.6'o    ���'���������  1372  1.000  2-.I.OO..  1.-73  1.ono  2o.oo'-  137+  1.000  2o.oo  1375  l.UUO  2n.oo  l.'Vo  T.rHM  2o.oo  1392  1,000  2i.i.oo  1.W3  X.000  2n of.  1396  l.OOO  .   2n.OO   .  1+04  500 -  In. l.o  '��� 1.10  Sou  IO.OO  1+11  500  ��� lo.ou  1112  5(10  ��� ip.oo  1+15  Soo  lo.od  1116  Soo  in.00  1417  Soo  jn, On  1+++  -,,. ,.vi  50.00  1+83  ?,XH)XI-  .'  2n.oo  1+90     '  (j,O0<)  l2o.oo  150+  2,50O  So.oo  . .1510  I.OOO  .   2o.oo  1511  _.*��>-���  3(^,oo  1512  .SOO '  Xo.oo  1530  5-o  10.00  1534  2,5oo '  So.oo  1535  X ,,ovl  3o.oo  1539  .  5oo  tl>.IIO  1-4S  r,ooo  2o.oo !  1549 ,.'  ��� 1,000  ���    2o.oo  1551  1,000  2oioo  1552  1,000  '       Ho.oo  1555  1,000.  .-,.' 2o.oo'  1556  1 �����������)  2o.oo  1557    .  000  io.oo  1573  5,v.'oO  loo. 00  1576  1,-no  2o 00  1582  5 JO  lo.oo  1583'  500  lo.oo  158+  5*>o  ���  xo.oo  losS  OoO  10.00  ' 1587  ..������-'.          5oo".  .. 10.00  -'1589  - 2.ooo  -40.00  lo90  5.ooo  * loo.oo  1602  .   1,000  2o.ot.  160+     '  530  "lo.oo  1605  i,5oo  So.oo  1607  1,000  2o.oo  1608  3,ooo  60.00  1609  2.000  4o.oo  1615  1.000  2o.oo  1619  -,UCO'  2o.oo  16+6  2,c-oo  4o.oo  1648  i,5oo  So.oo  16*)0  l,5oo  oo^no  1662     .  3,ooo  3o.po  '   1665'  2,ooo  2o.bo  1666  1.000  2o,oo  1667  1,000 -���  2o.oo  1676  Soo  lo.oo  1681  S.ooo  loo.oo  1689  2,ooo  4o.oo  1690  2,ooo  4o.oo  Dated tl. is 2nd day of Aug-"-.., A. D. 1901.  A. F. OLIVER.  Frcretarj- The Morrison Mines, Limited.  A-NI.GEC  or\a  Famly).P6rterhouse  Tenderloin, T. Bone, To^  Sirloin 01% Plain Steak.   N  Pork Chops, Pork Ten-,  derloin and Mutton Chops  also Fish and Poultry.  AT THE MARKETS OF  MMkiwkuimmmnmxq  Engineers and l\..tif  Superintentlants will find  it to their interest to re- \8  fer to ns when in need of  anything in the Pump  line, We make Pumps of  every description for all  Services.  ��� respecting- work.' . Between Russell and Bossburg- are O'lier miueral claims, some of "W iiy1V arr  reported to have 1 ad a lot of work  done on them. Across Kettle  river, about a mi'e east of Russel, is what is described "as a  marble quarry red .this is��� to be  worked, if expectations,be realized,; and wi 1 contribute to the  support of "(lie new town,  But it it mainly upon railroad  construe-ion.that  the immediate,  future of Russell is to be built up.  A mile or so north, onf:th*er--G-incL=.  dian S'de of the line, ainiiin^^f  men will be employed jiri^p^fting;  a railway tunnel 860 "_eet-t]t|f6ug-b.  a high bench, whilst sJ6iit^;pf'th.7i  town there are five orfsix.-t_iilesl7:i  heavy rock work to r.edon&piaTtl^  line of railway. -It is faol^likei-1"  then that Russell wil_t;1>e-��il^'iiotl  town for the next twelve montt^  to come, and beyond tiia,t :f ^;y^a!p  go into business there'vto^mfej'ad--  vantage of the free Ispenai^yof-  monev that usually 'j-ccomfeinie&;  railway co lstructiottvwill ca^g5|t^  look, leaving-the future  tb^tail^  care of itself. %_      /Ty 7,4ll::i1  ; Outsiders   say  there^s^i^iac^:  1 itilfatiM'^mfeHenng*^  mining-development in thisyse^  tion and express doubts as to; tl?��  security of title to either./mineral  claims or town lots, but thisfisl?-  matter for prospective speculatoM  to look into for themselves. Me2%.  while Russell is enjoying a buA%d  ing boom, restricted at present\/?y||  a scarcity of sawn lumberjK-br?**  likely this will soon attain tp.rei  pectabie proportions. y;'  "We carry the onlr Flannel ���Suiting'-'  in town.   Allmacher & Wilson. ���������'������ ���-���.��� 'U-M   ." '���'   :-4r  Rooms at the Clarendon 50 cents Tp  night. tf  Pump   Catalogues and  Specifications sent upon  request.   We  manufacture also Horthy Gas and.    '���  Gasoline Engine���cheac���tHE  handy���safe.     Send for *' ���  booklet. ,  Cunliffe&A-CMillan, B<  agents at Hossland B.C.     ."���  Vancouver Engineerinf ��� ���'  Works, agents at  Van-     "������.-'  couver, B. C. '���''���-'  960 King St. Sul-way  MINERAL   ACT.  To Randolph Stuart, J. C Maas, I. H. Haf  Walter H'Eath and otters concerned:,  to be  ���y: Dny  e<l   in  ning  ed by  ***��� I yzz  TAKK   NOTICK    thnt 1  done on tliu DiiiinoiKl ,Io��  mul  Door 'l'rn 11 mi.icrnl  Greisnivooil I'limp, in tlio  i.-ivo causei  ., DouLnful. -M^Sj;.  uliiinis,   situatij  Kettle  lltyer'mjL  you  ex  division of Yule diStriet, lliu work-ruqair^hich  Section 21 of tlm Mineriil Act. for th'eyen/j-, wofjj  hns* expired, mul linvo uxpunilud for.sii/".eof t|le  mid for reiioriling tho eurtilicntes -tlidrj-i^c q<i\.  sum of four li uml red iuid<ii*teiMidollar_lf^m"t2i0'  nml if nt tlio ux'.irntiou of iiinty.daysii,  duto of tlie lirsi. piitilivutioii oi" this nofa^jj",  fail to contrilHitcjyour proportion of-s'SkHiI-IS-  peiiditiire, nuincly, limnloliili Stunrl.,J..C.hL- the  1. 11. Hnliett nnd other piir/ies int_rest<;d,%iu.,  sum of JfSM.OO for ono-liftli ill lures t in ssid irklof  ortil ulaiin., miil. Waller-'l.'iytli, tl-e/'sum'Sl  .$S:-!.0ii for ii.oric-'Uitli inrcrust'in .snid ruiner_f\  clnim*'. togctbcr-'i.itlj nil cos-ls\>f ���idvorrfeiugt1'  your iiuerest.in's.'L.i'.t.^Jniaenil ukinifi. iliiiri lievl'  liable t-o foi*reiturij;,��S fh-ovidud li cite ''-J'u.ri-i'?!  Aet.Amolnlni"eit6.'ft.lV)00" i  Dated tiiis,12;li ll��y pf-JUne, I'.i.1;-. v  .*. ��� y-ty '"������'���' ..������-.���'���-' ���ion*- 'A* "�����  SHE DIDN'T .V'EAR A  ML  -KAJ.K.  ^yCi "-���'���"   '-. ,-p3tit her- uii-iutj- -v.-is cciv  Med'.^bysores, biutclies .md  sWieftts'-d JjiicUk-irs Ani-.i.-.i  a.ev���vai'ished ns well is  fevei: soffjs. b'*ilos. nicer*-.  atid felons fpiin its use  i. ich  hie1*.  . iiMiles  ti)  ���?  - i vc.Thei"  i up*ion/'"  -burxcj}'5  ii' t'.lible (  iiiiiiiiiiitnuiiiuitaianiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiaim^  HERE IS CARMI?f Is  On the West Fork of Kettle River.  VE PAYROLL CITY OP THE  -WEST PORK  Surveys are now  beirij;' made  and  lots  will  shortly   be on  market.   Cirmi City a.ljoines the group of claims of  mine   is   thc   center.  whicli   the   Carmi  the  __<_Vf  THE SHIPPING GROUP OP TM&^S^^  DISTRICT,'  .   t  ; __   ,  >���-��� *  Carmi is the min in tr center of the Uppe: \\rest'!_J*ork Coun-*  townsite adjoins the Carmi mine, which shipped2/"  of ore to the smelter clurii.'-, the past wiatc  *     .       ������   -t ���"  upon which development is bc-U^g- p.i-  in order to be ready for'1' '**","*i*-'''        _.  shipments wher  isj   comr <s  j��*l  K  CuN  Cu.  rnxi.  iran  i   'i  ^-���!<.��  ,'iid  ���ana  /-  ��5     JAS. KERR,  "_-S Greemvood,  ���F^S.7  yyty.  y��"'  :c:;>-.  yyt-y  - ���&4k~g��?&*--Mmfy ���f^??5?5'?-'':pif??fS'?'S'.95????'s*Mf����,f  ^yyty^y^mm0{ 'f��?'��-'?.!^s*fM.iaiii|^  ���������.-.^sivW  ������sf'S-^l  im3,mmm*>*  _gsa__.*I-_S THE .Wi^ffWOOD .WEEKLY TIMES.  ���_.^w'w-""-^,''~v  -THE 0"N*r-Y-  This road will probably  be  completed1,     -'Bromogrip cures  cold*.���25  cents  during the course of the next:  three  or j Anderson's Pharmacy.  four weeks.    Nothing definite  appears '���������   to have yet been   decided  respecting , MINERAL   ACT.  jthe improvement  to the Green wood certificate of Improvements.  end of the Deadwood and Co.pper camp  road, but it is promised that tl.is  shall i-.oi.i_-.  b. "      "   " !  iiiraiG  <-�������  ^tlfcJHlilll |  >      i  lil'.AD KING. Mineral cluim. silu.Tle in tlie  Kellie I'ii-er Mining Division of Vule 11i-,-  trim.    Wliecv locoleil:    I il Sli.v kirk .milo.  mi^&^^ss^s^s^smsiiss^sa  e made tiiis  se.tsou.    Work   is Wini  r i done on the Cascade-Grand Porlcs road. .  which is being   improved  east   of   "Ed-   npAKK Z.'.iTU:i.Unit   We.  Ilmrli   U.   r.llini  wards Ferrv bv the making of about a   .,-*  1'>;S.M*-"v"!r^  "- | ll.imhu I- rrr Mi inn s .. riiln-:iU- ->���>. I. Ji'.���.*>.. .mil  '     '���" ' Willi-..-J. Wartiiian fur,! Mltn-r's ceriilii-aui No.  'I'.-li. iuU'iul i.l lit a vs I'i nm tliu dali*  li.tvof. In \  - ��� ���   ��� ...... c. ...... ,  ...I Pit-  mm  mile and a half of ne,v road to avoid  some low-lying ground near Scott's,  thero being here a length of the road  that in the spring i.s subject to overflow  from the waters of Kettle river. Inei-  dently an advantage is being gained in  keeping the new portion of this road  north of the railway track and so  avoiding two crossings..  li  -V'-li.  Ill'.1,11(1  li" ill;,.-  -     .  .i|i;ily in iho Miiilii|_'Ki'C'>riU-i- for a   IV. I'licu'.  nf ltiipi-(iv,Min.'H!s. for tlie |_i:r|ii>;.i'of  nlit.iiniiii.i-  a Ci'ov.-n f.raut of Hi. alio .u rliiim.  And liirilii'i* uilii' miticr llml action, undor  ai'liou .T*. must liu coiinm'iii.oil liofoiv ilu> issu-  uiicu oi sucli CitrlilicaU*. of liupnivi'iiiitiili..  Datttd lliisZ-ud.la.v of May, A. 1). l"i.H  4. **  I. p. ARMSTRONG  PROPRIETOR^  A   G'GANTIC   COMBINATION.  _';-23C.-0pticians:)  i  16KEENW0.0D, B.C. -. \  Last week  the firm  of  Mclnnes  &  Co., with meat markets in all the leading towns of Southeast Kootenay   and  also at McLeod, Alberta, became amalgamated  with   P.   Burns &  Co.    The  two firms have been operating together  heretofore, with Mr. Mclnnes in charge  of the business in Southeast Kootenay.  In future-the  entire business   will  be  carried on under the name of P.'Burns  & Co.,aud directed from  Nelson.    Mr.,  Mclnnes will look after cattle purchasing and (other  outside  work in   East'  [.Kootenay.    P. Burns & Co. from  their  their Nelson Office manage markets   at  ���4/b/^        SU-/-**    \ I "'.--.  ^'4/ ^Qs l I Nelson;r Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silver-  **���' tot... Eholt, Revelstoke, New Denver.  Cascade, Greenwood, Trail, Grand  Forks, Midway, Phoenix, Slocan City,  Rossland.'Cranbrook, Movie and Ferine in British Columbia, and McLeod  in Alberta.���'\Mbune.  The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary   District   mines   during   August.   Lo  14th   inst...  inclusive, so far as has been ascertained from the mines is as under:  ���MINE. .       TONS.  Old Ironsides and Knob Mill Group ��� .'  ��� 10.693  Mother Lode ��� - ��� ' 4.640  B.C. - -.- ������ '....-.    :    1.620  r. Ben - ' :: ....... - - ���      1 20  No. 7 ��� ���' --  ...--���: -���      1fi:'  Total-- :-.--. -- ���--:..��� '-"., -. :.-   - ���'���'������  17.2��i"  ��� Shipments during 1900 and for 7 months ot current year ended duly 31. were as follows:  1900 1901  -'*���"- -lOQ/iQfi  -Flii.is Eintilsiq  ��� the best-  !\  of  God  Liver, Oil  Andersons, the Druggist.  'ME.'IE.I'Y -COUNCIL.  A. Pound By'-Law and Oilier Eusities Transacted..     ���  ~E"a& tin tiimabiilary proclivities of the  FIRE   AT   ARMSTRONG.  A dispatch from "Armstrong  spates- that a half-wit.ed man  mimed Eagles set lire to\.he store  of Hardy. Wright & Co.v ind that  their store and stock ant those of  their store ana ^au,   u>��^  '""���",        Wood   CargiU &  Co.,.��Lirns  &  -���'.itc-focted beasts  in   the city   ba\e l    ^_  three -warehouses, C. P. R  cZsxtc-. good, church members to ciesper-j C_^���^V ._r..rr.'house, several   suit a L  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group ������  B. C. -��� - .'....���- ��� ������...   Mother Lode - ���-���"- ������-  --y   City of Paris --,; : ' ���   Golden Crown-:   Winnipeg ��� ��� ���   Athelstan- ��� ������ -. -������ ���-���-  Carmi���; .���--*��� :- --- -   Snowshoe -���-���:������ ��� ������ :   Brooklyn ������- *- ���--��� - ; ��� ��� '������ -   eJewel- - ��� ���-..-. ���: '.   * R. Bell--- ���..,'..; ���7.......:...   No. 7------------- - ��� ; -  Sundry shipments-- ��� -������   Total��� ���- :--��� ��� .-......-.-...:....  v Grand Total to date  1900  64.535  1 9.494  5.564  ���2.000  2.240  1 .1 W  1 .200  1901  1 28,488  30.341  48,070  50  550  50  I 60  bb:  -320  '360  205  5oo  <-&-�������-.'. good church memosrs uu uC.F..- l-'.bJurtlS, .xatep -.v.-..v_* .-.-_ -,   ��f wu -����i has increased the"percentage freight warehouse, -sevgr^.- small  a. proMuitv in an iu.us_.al_y moral shops; the Alasomfe^inple, Odd-  wcctt. This is all goiog to be remedied  f ellows hall,,^ ftall, anq   three nhs.rni.-PV  ..       -t -,i y   ' dwellitiSF��'wijre destroyed IW   r_-re    son s phatmacy.  .-..n-ce thi   city   council  have passed a   u'^-iuiS-  .. .   -r_:���i_���;i-'       ��� ���    ,   ,,. , ���     ,       * _.0i,  J -. ',     ,     ���_ .     .,, ~'   ���---"*-*<��� -l^priRRobervWond       H. B. Munroe has  received a fresh  pound by-law, introduced by Alderman 1^..^��� citT, who IS* at presetlt_^  C3:ir*two6��L Bells and their. we*'^'* Tiis'-wav-'to England, teis iiT-p  iebab>it>r t-oa.1"-   _-.^;__--r-. Inro-e' stock  which   W%  ^iSSwserfeRobe-%p-Cl   .**>*_*,_, ronfec,i-���ef..  A-iP-T".  .--.-.���_:_   -.-i.^ ic-at 1-iresent-^ri I consignment, otciioioei-uu  Kitrous oxide and oxygen  for  pain  ' , v    ___ TA_    Mathi.  less extractidh of teeth at Dr.  son's.  0 ,V^ve>^> ������ - y - ���*���   r    The l ance.    x rom ^ --, :: , lygggf^----^-'^ TT7^^*tt��iiw^������������������������**************************  x-i- i-ntH__ ihe'temper.. ; 1 tie        .       ���   ,        r^n-resents     several \\ v      ^^.���,.,.M_--��_u��rt��*s��si*#'5***'**.*4''v****** *  'SS- e^f"i^ettng of  the counctim^ Greenwooa   th!S  week    1     ��� J  ,.ci<.Mt-*l^oul become law.  -V1S1     ���__.,..,...��..   +*hat    the    total [9  l��!~i\f  Sngvu'- -will, iTJ"l be takcT'S-S a-n isolated  carneti u. i_iiSv_   -.v^.���  ^-��fflmq^^^j-e^an'-wi"onjret disturb only partially covered by itisur\  . ,-orVfMtfte ihe temper.   The ance.    From H. G. Ross, of  Vic-V  :htougb'c6m_-..        .    '      "1"    w,BWlts    several''  n-   of the council itisu.Tap.ce   coiupamw,    -._���        _  T^��Monday and will soon, become law. visited Greenwood, this week,  it ft,        ���   ;  j  Otherwise there was little business was  ascertained that   the   total  | RENiDELL <&  CO,  -*w3ote \.he  council.    Some  accounts loss  of   all   concerned   is   about  ! : U- r ���  �����.e�� passed and the city engineer re-  S80,000-and the   insurance   about. �� i  -iK.tte-1  lhat  he    would    immediately  $1*^000.    The man Eagles.admit-   f  * zammttD* S^^ructiou-o^the^ash. ted that he started the fire, u^ing   *  ^^tou-atteaUbtiidye. - COplffllrl_:?--liadro^l^=^Ead^  ���-U-^iit-7_>;mpauy. was pfeSCiit and oS;<_t'�� -***" ''���*.  -���.--.._,, -��,��7 iio-htg      Fiatillel 6uUlHg8, all colors,  at AU.  macher & Wilson's.  DAWSON .-&���   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Coppek Street, Two Doors   But.ow  I REND_:r,iy COKNI.K.  209,769  324.773  Mail orders promptly filled���Anderson's drug- store.  If you \vant nice soft drinks call at  South End grocery.  When you have time call on Allmacher & Wilson. We want to show  [ you what we have in Flannel Suitings.  ' W^w '** "��� <i* -.��� <^ . ,-.   ,  RENDELL & CO.  ���i  9  9  tt  ��fl to g-ive five 32 candle power lights  fee: each arc light in   the city.   The  ���.cottKCil will further consider the offer.  DISTRICT   ROADS.  "vlooa prosrtsffl is being made with  < &z building of the wagon road between  .I_rxalt and Long iuake camp. For  --aeaclytwo miles out from Eholt the  ���-o-Us* urade is about six and one-half  -V^��r.c��nt.,.*b��tt once the ascent of the  '��� ta��^tain^ange-is made the gradeisso  - .      �����_-__-_     r.^^f     ic     +Vl*��  NOTICE.  In view of the fact that typhoid fever  reaches the highest seasonal curve at  this time of the year, and remains high  for the next two or three months,, and  that it is a water borne disease, the  Medical Officer of Health* of the City  wishes to draw the attention of the  public to the need for boiling all wa.ter  used for drinking purposes. It should  also be clearly understood that all  crockery and glasses should be washed  .1.__ u.... K_.,_,n   hoiled.   as   OU  ���it  -��  *  ��  tt  tt  tt.  tt  I  tt  -���I  tt-  -4 9  BIG SHIRT SALE  FOR TEN DAYS.  lateen fidttfl Me^^^s^^^ f  ...HOTEL...  1,  Cameron  T_5;**r_">'.A  ���s and coin's attached  *c]3pck/and   stripes,  fees 15 1^1%  ^   Keim1ar pnee bl.00  11 J Men's Fine- 0:c��oi  I* fehirts in pink and bli  iS    kaid, sizes 15 to 17J^���  '���  Men's Fancy - Flannel  Shirts  with  collar    attached, siV.es 15 to 18.  SALE PRICT .-....-  Regular price 1.00.  ���ji- -  7 Regular pric*  2.50.  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