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The Greenwood Weekly Times 1901-10-25

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 grmnwoodTrc. ^RiliAY; oc^Qqgg^iw.  I fo Stock j.f Men's Wear Is \  /-___> '  ^Complete and iii Many Lines OwstocW. j  ^ preserves!  all things  which  the world has  found.  m  m.  Th'e science of  selling clothing  is tt. _.elt itlth  goods, as \*iiili  keep for you all  ��� ��� <&   i>atrdti-_   :o:n-fc��  /-..��^   This store selli  U  Shotey's Clothing  . Vith 4h$ private cont^  ���    ^refundWlfVoodsarenot^sfactbty;  "       ���         ��� '- .��^1 m.       '  ���        ���  Overcoats, and Ulster solSy tiL> - -  are not made* to ��fw, but to Fit  ��� ��� ���  w _ , ��� ���'~  ������ ���   '   5 We Are Crowding Out the Overstocked Lines at Close |  Prices, Look us up il YoirWaflt an Overcoat, Suit s  '      of Clothes, PantSyS&t or Underwear.       s  l*l^*#**��e'����^��*^  Is the last day upon  which .municipal  -taxes can be paid to save rebate of one  sixth on general tax, 1^1.  LOCAL AP PERSONAL  For sale Remington typewriter $55.  O. I. C. Second Hand Store.  S.   U.  Croats.dale    of  Nelson  wai  registered at the Armstrong this week.  Ri L- Cawston the Keremeos cattle  king wast-it. -With a big bunch   this  week.  I Sewing machines for sale Or rent.  No humbug, will sell Gheap. O. I. G.-  Second Hand Stoic;  Rev. C. M.Tait; b'ti.ecif thS Methb'dis.  missionaries engaged among the Indians of the province gave a lecture ip  the Methodist church on Monday last.  The lecture was illustrated by magic  lantern views.  There was but a short session of the  city council on Monday evening.   The  pound bylaw was amended so that the  bond of the pound keeper was reduced  to $100.   The council ratified a change  in the plan of the city in connection  with the Barbara addition to the city.  Provincial Grand Master Hogg  of  the I. O. O. P. paid Boundary Valley  Lodge an   official   visit  on   Tuesday  evening last.    Mr. Hogg exemptified  "he secret work of the order and congratulated the lodge upon its growth  and strong financial condition.'   Afterwards the grand master was. the guest  of the lodge at a banquet given in the  I Imperial hotel.   About 50 Oddfellows  were present, among them being visitors from the Mother Lode, B. C. mine  and   Grand   Forks.   Messrs.     Harris  Palmer  and  Duff   eutertained   those  present with popular songs and some  good speeches were made.  On  Thursday   evening,   Oct.   3lst,  Rev. E. S. Rowe of Victoria will deliver a lecture in the Methodist church,  Greeenwood.   The Rev. gentleman has  forwarded the following subjects from  which one" will be selected.   "Where  are  we   at".   '"My   Brother   and   I",  ���'Christian    Socialism",     "Men    or  Money".     As  Mr.   Rowe  has   made  questions of labor and of socialism a  careful study and has proved himself  to be a very able lecturer, the public  may expect a rich treat.   Mr. Rowe is  now making a tour of the Kootenays.  Places and dates for his lectures are  fixed by J. H. White of Nelson.    An  -admission  fee  of   25   cents    will   be  charged.  Chambers Tuesday Hon. T. Mayne  Daly K. C. applied to   Justice Irving  on behalf of the Le Roiomining com-  pony for an injunction restraining the  the officers and all  other members of  the Rossland Miners and Carpenters  unions from watching and besetting  all   -stations       and    tracks  of    the  Canadian Pacific and Red Mountain  Railways in thc province,also plaintiffs  premises,  and   all approaches thereto.  The   injunction   was modified to terms  First Sitting Held in Masonic Building, Greenwood���Mr.  Justice Irving Presided���Tv/o Criminal   Cases Were  Dismissed---Toe Civil Cases���Presentment of the  Grand Jury.  ?i__ic, * coiflpafttivcly short time hi j Boundary district  ���*-*mc' * , ..;_..,   number o�� benaU  and more, then that  JL_H_7ll"V*.Cll.   J       **m*JXm*.   *��� -���    .       ���      w.,,1 i number on behalf of the prisoners"  mining    &&$    wdrfes    wonderful'1    __ .    ..    ,..t ���..��� .v.a.  changes.'     The   writer   renienib'ers   si  case in Greenwood in  the spring of  1897.   The case was co'nsiclei'ed an important one and was tried before the  highest   available -tribunal    in    the  Boundary district.     Thc  court room  was a log shack on Long Lake street,  the judge a local J. P. who was dressed in a flannel shirt and a badly  battered   pair   of   overalls,  but  who has  since won name and fame as a mining  [operator.       Lawyers      attended     as  ordinary  individuals,   wrestled   with  Blackstone  and  the facts,  while   the  audience   stood   against    the    whitewashed logs and   liberally   spattered  the floor with tobacco juice.  Last   Monday,   His   Lordship,   Mr.  Justice Irving with wig and gown was  heralded by the sheriff of Yale county  who was decorated with all the panop-  I ly of his high office.     The court house  was the Masonic building not a sufficient improvement on  the log cabin of  '97 ibecause governments have never  been known to keep pace with the development of a mining district.    Lawyers were also bedecked with wigs and  gowns and words were said and things  were done with all that dimity  and  formality that have made B. C. courts  famous for  picturesquencss  and old-  fashionedness.  There   was   a   large    gathering   of  spectators and the legal lights were  there in  full  force.    After the grand  jury had selected Duncan Ross as fore  man and were sworn in, II. C. Shaw of  the Greenwood   bar    welcomed    His  Lordship to the district and hoped that  he would come often and tliis he believed was the first of regular courts to.be  held iu the district.   Mr. Justice Irving  thanked   the  Greenwood  bar   for  its  cordial   welcome.   :.He-,would_lik^..to  come here often.   He liked thc town  and would not regret spending  some  time in Greenwood. Boundary district  was entitled to regular sittings of the  .[---t_\._      V-_.       -rv..   \    We beg further to point ont that the  greater part of cost is saved  to the  Crown arid {tf the* accrised by making  Greenwood ari assizle (6w_i.  ;    Wc rilso'beg to' point o'ttt that Jn IftKJ,  from the 35UV of Miy,  when al supreme  court   registry    was    established'    iii  Greenwood,       twenty-fi^e      -.u'p'renve  actions were commenced, and  _r_ 16W  thirty-one supreme court cases   were  commenced.       These fiigures do not  I include   actions   commenced   in   thc  registry at Grand Forks.  Taking the foregoing into consideration, we feel justified in asking for  government offices and court house,  , where the steadily increasing business  can be Satisfactorily transacted.  Before leaving tliis rtJattef. will your  Lordship permit us to call yoti_-' attention to his Honour,   Judge Leamy--.  appointment as a county court Judge.  As wc understand it, the appointment  was to be made for the county of Yale;  but his Honour has  been gazetted  for  the county of Kootenay; atid  unless a  change is made the Boundary d.Stfist  will be left   without a county court  judge.   After your visit to the district;  after seeing our cities  and  mines and  the rapid development which is taking  place, we would ask your Lordship to  draw the attention  of the authorities  to the great need for a resident coiiiity  court judge in the district.  We visited the public school in tlie  city, and found the childern are being  educalsd in the lower flat of this building. The public school building was  sold to the Sisters of St. Joseph of  Peace, and no building has been erected to take its place.  We should like to draw  your Lordship's attention   to our proximity  to  the International  Boundary line,  and  thc     consequent   ease    with    which  criminals  may   escape   to a   foreign  country.      We woulb^recomrueud that  Provincial   Police officers be  granted  maintenance for their horses as was  the custom a few  years ago,    so that  fugitivas from justice may   be more  provcn"*holding that they found not  guilty because of insufficient evidence.  The jurj. tfhe. appointed C. Phair foreman were from* the list already pub-  lishpd in the Times.  The dignity of the bench could Hot  withstand    the     furious     onslaught  made upon it by the bucolic eccentricities  of    the    Anarchist    mountain  farmers.   They    were    there  in  full  force either as champions or defamers  of Joseph Murphy who was charged  with wounding Gillespie's cow in the  year 1900.   The  jury  selected James J  Addison as their foreman. H. C. Shaw  and J. P. Myers-Gray defended -Murphy, Deputy Attorney-General McLean  prosecuted and the fun began.    The  first witness was Gillespie who notwithstanding hi3   82 years gave   his  evidence   with   wonderful vigor.   He  told of the" famous cow coming home  wounded behind the shoulder and Mr.  Maloneya rt-eighbor Corioborated his  statement.   Goody cat. told his story in  his own! way.-   lie graphically described a precipice' .eft foot deep, principally   perpendicular over    which   he  alleged Murphy was goinjf lo drive his  and Gillespie's  cattle.      Fortucately  for the cows Goodyear came along and  he said "not much Jose'y"  and Goodyear took charge of the "bunch" of  cattle.   Farmer Jolly told of Murphy  havihg stated to him that he (Murphy)  had wounded Gillespie's cow and Mr.  Shaw tried to make Jolly-father confessor to' <_U the alleged criminals on  Anarchist   mou'n.a_t.<     The    defence  LOCAL AND PERSONAL  For sale or rent'cheap, Piano.   Sea  2nd Hand, A. L. White.  Dr. Schon and C. W. Vedder made a  trip to Fairview last week.  Thursday jjext is Thanksgiving day  and consequently a general holiday.  Blake Wilson of P. Burns and Co. /  was over from Nelson this week.  Almost new a washing machine that  will do your cooking. Come iu and  Rubber.   O. I. C. 2nd Hand Store,  Henry Jolly and Mrs. Lena Peterson  both well known in Greenwood were  married on Saturday last at Spokane.  Rev. Mr. Shearer celebrating the  ceremony.  F. W. Hayes of Detroit and his consulting eugincer Wayne Choate were  in the 7 city this week. Mr. Hayes  and his associates arc working the  Ruby mine near Boundary Falls and  the object of the visit is to see how the  property is developing.  The ladies of ;^he Presbyterian  church announce an excellent program*  me for the Scottish concert wliich will  be held early in November. Some of  the best musical talent in-thejeity is engaged in preparing solos and choruses  for the occasion.  School Inspector Wilson met with an  accident on driving from Keremeos to  Fairview last week.   He was thrown  Anarumo.  ... _.. from the rig and his arm was fractured  produced witnesses to pro?* that Jolly  ^ shouWer aislocated.   Dr. Scfcoo -*  ' J 'i"f t-�� was  1  had it in for Murphy and thaf he was  unreliable.   Henry  Nicholson, J.  P..  gave Murphy a good character.   After  addresses by council the learned judge  charged the jury.   They found a verdict of not guilty in A fsw minutes and  Murphy    was   discharged    with    an  admonition by the judge to Anarchist  mountain residents in general to do  less talking about neighbors and live  together in peace and unity.  We'd'ae'sd-iy    morning,    T.    Mayne  ana Bnoiuuc- _i__.-\-^_.-n.���.       Greenwood who was in Fairview at the  time, attended to him.  Last Monday night thc Presbyterian  church was crowded wijh these who>  wished to bid Mr. Miller good bye. Mr.  Miller who had charge of the congregation since the resignation of' Mr.  Anderson left on Tuesday foe Kingston  where he will complete his course! Hi*  brother Rev. J. R. Miller of Phoenix  presided at the social Manday evening.  i\  togeiner m i_<.a.v<_ _._. ,  Wdaesd-iy    morning,    T.    Mvnc  pre����u *.���.___ ���  Daly,' K; C. md A. H. McNeill, K. C,  Tea' coffee and cake-were- provided by  pieserit iri connection with the   the ladies*  . . ���       - �����_���     t    r_  t>  m  was entitled to rcKiuii   an._..���-,    supreme court and court of assize but   readily ai-Behendcd.  it was not for him to say where those      We trust that your Lordship's stay  sittings would  be held.    He then ad-   in the Boundary may be a pleasant one,  f"1'"lor   and that you may have an  opporunity  of   - seeing   the   wonderful     mineral  resources   which   are responsible for  the  development that justifies us in  I  The collectors office will be open ott TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and "THURSDAY  until nine o'clock in thcevenirig:  drcssed the grand jury briefly telling  them the nature of the two criminal  cases on the docket.    The grand jury  G. B TAYLOR,  CITY CLERK.  four of the defendants and was granted  till the trial which will probably take  place in Rossland early in December.  The men   excepted were Angus McDonald, E. C. Ross, Twaddle O'Brien.  I The   defendants   council   was   S. S.  Taylor, K. C. of Nelson.    The effect  of the injunction is to peevent members of the. union from watcheng all  trains   approching   Rosslaed   with a  view to inducing nonunion men from  working in the mines.  KODAKS.  ���Wc have just received a complete line���  is a large and varied one, every line is complete in  itself, and strictly first/class,   Not a shoddy article in  any of thc lines,   They all concede that our stock of  Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city,   Prices  consistent with the quality  of thc goods,   We would  dislike very much to be considered the '"cheapest" place  in town, there are so many VERY CHEAP OENS,  but we do think that we come very near being the  best   Tr}- us, and tell us what you think.  THE  c  r*  U  COMPANY, LIMITED,  and a full supply of Kodak Sundiiis, Films,  Papers, Printing Frames, Red Samps, Tiprods,  Traya, and all tUe developers etc, in common  use. "We will also have ready our dark room iu  a lew days which will he open to allaa caturers  free of charge.  SMITH & MRAE  BOOKS, STATIONERY,  E3,        " . .p!nnc.V&N  Murphy foi wounding Gillespie's cow  In the afternoon the grand jury  made  the following presentment:  May It Pr/EASi-; Your Lordship :  The Grand Jury desire to extend   you  a cordial welcome upon this, your first  visit to thc district, and to express their  appreciation of the fact that thc  sittings of the Assize and Supreme Court  are being held here,   and express the  hope that such  sittings may be held  regularly in the district.  ���We regret that more suitable quarters  wereTnotavailablc for the sittings_of_  the Court and wc take advatage of this  opportunity   to call  the  attention  of  your Lordship ro the necessity of public  buildings iu the city.    We visi)ed  the  government office and jail,   and found  the government agent and his staff  in  a  small    room    entirely    inadequate  for the large amount of business transacted  there.     It   says  much  for  the  ability aud careful work  of Mr.  McMynn and officials under him,  that all  records and papers are so systematically and conveniently arranged, without  the proper  facilities  for carrying on  the work.    We trust  that your Lordship  will  call  the   attention   of   the]  proper aulhorlies to the  need  of  suitable government buildings,   including  a court house, iu the city.  We congratulate your Lordship upon  the few criminal cases coming  before  you, and this,  together with  the  fact  that there are not-many civil cases on  the list, might lead your Lordship  lo  suppose   that   there is not   sufficient  business lo vrtirrant such a request  as  we have made.     Will your  Lordship  permit   us  to  point out  that  the an  nouncement of a sitting of the supreme  court in Greenwood,  was made during  the long vrcation,    and consequently,  that several cases pending could not be  brought   on  at this court.     We beg  further to point out in the year  1808  eleven indictable offeuces arising  in  this district were disposed of,  some by  speedy trial and a number at  Mie Vernon assizes.    In thc year 1SX)  twelve  like cases were tried,   Iti 1900 ten were  disposed of,   and in  the present year  eight case3 have arisen in  thc  Boundary  country   which   conic under thc  jurisdiction of the assize court.     Five  cases   were   heard  at the assizes  at  Vernon.   In these five cy_es there were  twenty-two witnesses  for the Crown  t \ alone       1       whom ,/eskied   in   the  calling attention to the numerous  requests that appear in this presentment.  Duncan Ross.  Foreman of Grand Jury, on behalf  of self and fellows.  His Lordship in reply thanked the  grand jury for the references to himself. He would be pleased to refer the  matters contained in the presentment  to the proper authurities. He could  only reiterate what he had said  that  morning in  reference to holdings of  wur"t'_".rthe Boundary. Personally he  believed regular sittings should be  held  The first case tried was that against  Glencross   and   Hogan.     Deputy   Attorney-General McLean prosecuted. W.  A. Galliher, M. P., was retained by the  defence.    He was unable to be present  Tuesday    morning    aud    asked   Mr.  Whiteside to  secure an adjournment  until the afternoon.   To this objection  was   made   and   the   trial  proceeded.  The crown's chief witness  was Barnes  who confessed and who gave the same  story   as   at    the   preliminary.      His  evidence   was indirectly corroborated  by  McCoogan who was to have been  held up  and Wilson  to whom Barnes  told of the conspiracy before hii arrest.  The two prisoners went into  the  box  and testified that Barnes storey was a  myth,   that  they  kn��w   nothing   and  never heard of a conspiracy.   By thc  time the evidence was in Mr.  Galliher  had arrived.    He asked  for an hour's  adjournment,  that  he might get  the  stenographer's notes of   evidence   so  that he might be able to address the  jury.     His    lordship    held   thar   Mr.  ���aallihcr should  have  been here  and  that he  could  not delay  the proceedings.     Mr.  Whiteside then addressed  t'tic   jury,   he   pointed    out   that   the  crown's only witness was a self-confessed  criminal and   an    alleged   accomplice and that his  evidence could  not  be accepted  in face of the direct  denial of the other two men.    Mr. McLean   in  an incisive  speech  strongly  pressed   for conviction.   The learned  judge  impartially  reviewed the evidence and said that in cases of this kind  the jury  had  to take with doubt evidence of an accomplice-   If the jury bc-  lived Barnes they would find prisoners  guilty,  if they   were not reasonably  sure Barnes was telling the truth, they  must find the prisoners not guilty. The  were yiw.ui ... *,   cases arising from frfe' labor troubles  in Rossland.   The first of t.*ese Was  an appeal from the decision of Migfls*  trate Boultbee imposing a fine upon  Albert Geiser under the Alien Libor  act.     Mr.   Daly   appeared    for    Mr.  Geiser and Mr. McNaill, K. C. who appeared for the prosecutor W. M. McDonald, took objection to the form of  security for cost, which was castf-in-.  stead of sureties as is required by the  act.   His lordship held that the objection was fatal to the proceedings and  the appeal was dismissed.   Then Mr.  McNeill attempted to secure the   release of Beamish and Colisted holding  that  they   were  committed    on    lhe  original  warrant  of  the   convicting- j  magistrate after  the    appeal   to  the'  county court judge.    The application  was dismissed without costs and the  men will serve their sentence.  The case of Dimond vs. Nelson was  then   proceeded   with.    Dimond   was  represented by Pringle and Whiteside  while McLeod and Brown represented  Nelson-   Dimond located the Dimond  Fraction    immediately   after   twelve  o'clock on the night of expiry of the  ground.    Nelson's  men   located   the  San Juan Fraction covering the same  ground   at   nearly  the    same    time.  Nelson       made       application       for  certificate of   improvements  for  the  San Juan fraction and this was ad-  versed by Dimond.   The evidence on  both sides was regarding the time of  the two~ parties interested  ;-i$8$$  ���____S*-*,.*  the ladies.  Thursday morning,   Rev.   J.  D. P.  Knox of this city received a telegram  from his brother Mr. T. H. Knos of.  Tf enton, Ont., gating that I heir father,',    ^  had passed away.    Nine months ago \^~  this morning a telegram came inform- ^ --  ing him of his mother's death.    The  deceased was born in Ireland and came'  to Canada with his parents when b ut a  child,7  He assistediin the suppression of  the rebellion in 1837-38 and afterwards  settled on a farm in Hastings county,  Ont., where he spent the remainder of  his life, dying at the ripe old age of 84  years.   He leaves two daughters and  four  sous,   his   wife, three daughters  and one son having gone before.  ..Saturday Night:  AUDITORIUM  RESERVED   SEATS  ADMISSION  location by       _ ,  and the legality of the posts, etc., also |  the sufficiency of the work performed.  After hearing evidence his- lordship (  gave judgment in  favor of  Dimond.  He said he would call the attention of  the   attorney   general   to   the   sworn  statement of a witness that what was  not $100 worth of work was recorded as   ^^ 0pen at 8        Commence al 8:30.  assessment.  zya*,************��**����'''''<''"'"'"'""******i  *'      BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS       *  t... .������.._.�� of Ore shipped by Boundary District mines flnrtuOct. to 23r4  ,���st..SBS��SIS .Eeruta* front the m.nes U �� under :  *  *  *  ��  TONS.      -*--*-J  MINK. .c  ,10  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group - ..7 7..'....;     5 527  Mother Lode    '      2 565  B. C " '        295  Snowshoe                     130  Winnipeg            450  King Solomon          150  No. 7 ;77        50  Sunset   X  - v__  Total  Shipments during 1900 .nd for 9 months of current year cndlt. Sept  were as follows : 1900 _  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group     ... ������������������   <* g5  .24 486  30tb.  Mother Lode.  B. C   City of Paris   Golden Crown   Winnipeg   King Solomon. .,.   Athelstan -.   Carini   Snowshoe..      Brooklyn... -.   Jewel   R. Bell   No. 7   Sundry shipments   Sunset   5 564  19 494  000  240  100  2  i  1901  167 973  r62 099  34 701  1 200  333  150  160  1 000  Total  Grand Total to date.  600  600  550  885  439  480  595  600  400  s  ��  ��  must find the prisoners not guilty. Ihe  ��       ..      Grand Total to date   jury after being out about an hour re- l��,#ftM#f #<.��*����**�� *�����*  turned the Scotch   verdict   of   ���-���*w^_�����*���*#��*��'������**  j��>^  -.J. t*sm.  Page 2.  THU) GREENWOOD .WEEKLY TIMES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  [JALLETT & SHAW.  Barristers, Solicitors,  NoTAKiiis Public.  Cable Address :    '��� hallett."  I Jlcdfoid M'Nciirs   Greenwood,  Codes  -. Moreil,jr & deal's Q, c.  ( Lcibcr's.  1. H. HALLETT.  11. C. SHAW.  pRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barkisturs and Solicitors,  Notakiks Puuuc, Etc.  Ofi'ccs'. Orcr _"an!_ of Monlre-.!, Greeuwood.  (VjOLEOD & BROVx/N  bakki3tkks and solicitors,  Notaries Puhuc, Etc.  Offices: Nii'lcii-I'lood lilocl*. Cupper street,  0rcciiviood, U.C  J. R. Brows. j. 1'. McLeod.  FORBES M. KERBY, C.E'  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Offices:   CirceiiKOod, E. C.  al.u J, A. UH'-v-nnir*. Stoic, Midway, 1_. C.  p, VV, GROVES,  Civil and Miming Engineer  Provincial Land  -surveyor,  greenwood, Ii. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  QHARLES AE. SHAW,  ... Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and] Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GRBtlNWOOD,    -.      :      :     ;   B.   O.  BAUER & ASHCROFT*,  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering.  Mineral Claims  Surveyed and Crown Granted  Laud and Engineering Surveys  \tl. A. BAUER, C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT C.E sP.-S  VANCOUVER QREENWOOD  Wood   Block,   next  door   to   Custom; office.  GREENWOOD. 15. C.  be  found  every  session buttonholing  members and  carefully  looking after  his  master's   interests.-     Perry   was  there last session  during the railway  fight.    By  some  mean.; or other   the  lobby became possessed of thc private  iuformation that a rich strike had been  made  on   the  Noble Five,  tint there  was sufficient  ore in sight  to pay off  the liabilities of thc company and that  in any event Mr. Ditnsiiiuir had no intention  of  foreclosing .his   mortgage  being satisfied  to  wait until the product of the mine could pay off its  indebtedness.      From  the   lobby   these  reports reached the slock markec and  shares  were  bought by.llie unsuspecting  public  for ten  and twelve cents.  Doubtful  members  il was stated were  let  in  on  thc ground floor,   receiving  stock'at a  much lower figure than lhc  market  price.     These members  were  advised   lo  steer  clear uf  Noble Five  but they wanted it because it was cheap  and' because the  other   fellows   were  paying more for it.    Il was pointed out  to  them  that  Dunsmuir could at any  time make the shares valucless-by foreclosing     his     mortgage,   but   hadn't  Dunsiiiuir through Mr. Perry promised  that the mortgage would  not  be  foreclosed ?    At  the  close of  thc  session  Dunsmuir's   friend  Marlin joined thc  directorate.      The   Dunsmuir   plaster  draws all the virtue out of Noble Five  and tlic members of the legislature who  got Noble Five at a bargain arc doubtless regretting  the  fact that they put  their trust in Duusuiuir's man Friday.  THE GRANBY COMPANY.  The Canadian-* Mining Review is  published at Ottawa by J. T. Bell. Mi.  Bell has plenty of ability but alsu  strong prejudices. Prejudice is a bud  weakness iu a newspaper man. Mr.  Bell believed tliat the Nova Scotia  mines were'all right aud the B. C.  mines all wrong and he never lost an  opportunity to attack mines and mining companies in B. C. It is an easy  matter to criticize a-mining company  and the bigger thc company the  stronger can the criticism be made.  Mr. Bell's latest target is the (..ranby  Consolidated company. His criticism  is fully answered . i'i thi.. issue of the  Times bv E. Jacobs.  GREENWOOD, B. C,  DOUGHS & wmmt Props.  DAWSON   8.   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Clflb Booms.  Copper-. Street, Two Doors  Below  RENbELL Corner.  T*  E VEr_YTHING FIRST-CLASS;  -rf  9   #A^/wV'"-V'WA**V'WAw''*V��'',V'',V''A*'  9    '  li  '**  *  Tot Causes Dig-in Alarm.  "One night my brother's baby was  taken with Croup," writes Mrs. J. C.  Snider, of Crittendon, Ky., "it ..Luiacd  it would strangle before we cuitkl get ;i  doctor, so wc gave il Dr. King'.-. New  Discovery, which gave quick relief and  permanently cured-* it. Wc always  keep it in tho house lo protect om"  children frutu Croup and Whooping  Cough. Il cured ine of a chronic  bronchial trouble thai no other  remedy would relieve." Infallible for  Cough.;, Colds, Throat and Lung  troubles. 50c and 51.00. Trial bottles  free al Miller Bros., and J. L. White's  drug stores.  SOCIETIES.  Boundary   Valley   Loiee  No. 38, ..O.O.F.  M EETS everv  Tuesday  /   V   Evening   at   8.00  iii  their lodpe room at Masonic hall.   A  cordial  invitation is exteiided to all sojourning-  breth-  en. ll.A. Mackenzie. N G  W. Elso.s-, Ree. See  K.   OF  P.  GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, If. OF P..  meets every Wednesday evcn'mir at 7:30  in t.'ie Masonic .Kill, Greenwood. Sojourning  brethren cordially invited. M. KKKGi-K, C. C.  A. D. Hallkt, K. K.'&S.  COOKS AND WAITERS UNIOX NO. 117.  NOTICE OF MEETING.  -T-HE BOUNDARY COOKS AND *VA*T-  *��� ers Unioii No. 117, meets first and third  Tuesdays of e:icli month at Union Hall. Visit-  in:.' members in (food standini, coidially  invited. _-^  '/rOnnTirFG. Wool'."'  President.  Chas. Daknka:.-,  Hecrctarv,  UleeKIy Cimes*  WHY IS IT ?  Issued Every friday  /. ��� BY���  l"  .Greenwood Times Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  D-.-NCAK  kO!.S.  .Ma.na-iinc. Eimo:*.  Coi.l-.MKtA   Tll.lil'llONI'  No.  it).  Vrkno.s- j_ Xtj.si).. Tiii.i-rHOxi. No. 21.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pkr Y....K   ".I.-- Months    To Forkiin Counthii-:::  ��� _ Of)  i i;  2 50  ./S_/S^s��.--. ���.  'O^-Hr-lJ'- A5ci-/  FniDAY.  OCTO.*!.'* 25, IW1.  ���      THE NUJ.I.K J-'LVK.  Word conic;- from Victoria that Hon.  Mr. Ilnnsniitii- lias intimated his in-  ' tcr/.lon of foreclosing the mortgage lie  hold . again.*! the property of the Noble  Five Mining company. The Noble  Five mine is in the Slocan country.  It has had a rather exciting- history  but finally a company was encorpor-  ated with Mr. Dunsmuir as the principal shareholder. Mr. Dunsmuir advanced large sums of money to carry  on work at the mine and secured himself by a mortgage. The vein is rich  but treacherous and consequently the  stock has fluctuated according- to the  outlook at the mine.  ; Under ordinary circumstances the  ���public outside the suckers who bought  Noble Five stock at ten and twelve  cents would not be interested in tbe  announcement of foreclosure, but there  is a political aspect as well as a busi-  , one. The diat-tors and rnanipu-  are * James  E.  si:'-.  Is the Boundary district known on  the outside ? Is it known in thc other  parts of the province ? Mr. Justice  Irving in addressing the bar took  occasion to refer to the fact that the  people on thc coast had apparently but  little knowledge regarding thc mineral  resources and the flourishing towns in  the Boundary. The writer was speaking to a visitor from the old country  this week and he said that he hurried  to Greenwood because he had been informed that unless he came here  quickly he was likely to be snow  bound. He was surprised to find a  glorious climate away ahead of fall  weather in England, and was so well  pleased with the town that he has already spent three weeks out of the six  he intends spending in IS. C. He was  under the impression- that Greenwood  was a rough mining camp where accommodations would be poor and the  snow that was sure to come in October  and stay for six mouths would make it  still more unpleasant. Other visitors  had similar eye openers on coming  here. The trouble to ;o ne extent lies  with ourselves in not advertising our  advantages, but people at a distance  have become possessed ot one idea regarding a country and that idea is  applied to all parts of it at all time.  Kipling's "Lady of Snow', has been  blamed for creating a wrong impress-  sion regarding Canada. The Englishmen reading thc poem becomes  possessed of the idea that Canada is a  cold country and lie tells his neighbor  not to go lo Boundary in October because there is too much snow thciv.  Another buys cheap stock in a wild cat  mining company and he tells somebody  else not to invest money there. The  district i.s no good because he tried it  and lost money. Sometimes one swallow makes a summer at home  and a winter i=; as easily made abroad.  WIGS AND (.OWNS.  I-.'-vikon-.ii'NT and training hnvc  much to do wiih the point of view from  whir.li different people look at things.  Often what one considers tragedy  appears to another as burlesque.  Americans who attended the sitting of  thc supreme court this week were not  favorably impressed by thc wigs and  gowns worn by the judge and lawyers  To them these antiquated accoutrements made the court appear like a  masquerade. Men from t.:e East  where wig and gown have been discarded years ago or were never introduced were more amused than impressed. The old time resident of British  Columbia however has become accustomed to wigs and gowns and the  court would not look properly dressed  without them. There is something in  appearance but it is not everything.  People were more impressed by Mr.  Justice Irving's dignity on the bench  by the cj-reful and incisive way in  which Mr. Mckean presented .(je facts  STRAYED.  To my premises below "Midway a  light bay horse, branded on left  shoulder, four white feet and white  strip ou face. If not called for tlie  same will be sold to pay for keep and  cost of this advertisement.  A. E. HOKKIDGK.  Midway, Oct. 1st, 1901.  Go to Anderson's pharmacy for  drugs, toilet, articles, sponges, soaps,  perfumes, etc., (rreenwood.  All  kinds fruits, fresh candy, daily  at Semerad's.  EASTIWANN'S  THE    BEST   OF    FOREIGN   AKD  DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS  AND    CIGARS.  FIKST-CLASS    SAMPLE    KOOMS  I-'O-i   TRAVELLING    MEN.  ACvJO:! MOD ATION FOR Vo G UESTS  "Near i'ic Conier of Cc-crnincst and Greenwood  Sir.cts.  Postiim and Grape Nuts at tiie South  End Grocery. W. S. Graham, proprietor.  Ttirtilsbect Ko$m��  TO LET  Oh'e front room very convenient for  an office. Also one' furnished bed  room, situated corner Gold and Washington streets.     Enquire of  A. ALLMACHER.  GREENWOOD CONSERVATORY  -SILVER STREET-  AKUMRG!* OF PLANTS AND FLOW IOR  now- ready.   Orders  for cut (lowers taken  MISS ATKINSON.  Heavy and  *mmt^^mm������**mpmmmmmmme*yrivxjum > wwgwwB���urt  xwmummtmxm^M^^t^^^^^,���m^���mtmm��matmBmfmmmlnmwm^  I  Shelf HardWare  -ffif.irn.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Commerce.   Both 'phones.  ^mmmmmtmfmmmfmmwmmmm  CF*  (F*  CF*  CF*  CF<  CF*  0=**  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  (F^  (F*  (F*  CF*  F**  CF<  CF*  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest.  ..$7,000,000.  r.    President:   I.okd Strathcosa and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manag-cr :   E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ ^^g^L \ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sttrliii<r Exchan-re and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in anv part'of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  *_��>  *=_3  Eg  >��=_9  >=*��  *=%  7immmmMmmmmmmmmm}mmK  THE BANK OF   ��  orth America  EstaMislicd 1836.     Incorpooatcd by Royal Charter.  Capital, ,��l,000.000-$4,866.66.  Reserve Fund, .��35Q,000-$1,703,333.33  .  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON. ENGLAND-  H. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  J, ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal.  and Kodak Suppiies.  A   Full   Line   of   Photographic  Goods always in Stock.  Films, Mounts.   Plates, Tipocls,  Cameras,  Etc.  flpei For nt ..If i. Easinnn  ... -  Druggist.  Greenwood.  <i  *  We have opened out a  Tailoring .v'lal-lish-  menl on Copper street',  opposite the Keudeil  blocks  We  Make a Specialty of  Ladies' Tailoring.  Branches and ag-ents  in   all  the   principal cities   of   Canada and the  United States, and correspondents in all parts  of the world.  ...A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED...  Greenwood Branch:   W. G. H- BELT, Manager.  and Provisions  ���AT THE���  --'������--.       '���...^^-*x-.,v.t  :6wANY,'MMrr_��i>.  GOOD  THINGS  TO  A>NICEC  Famly Porterhouse or a  Tenderloin, T.. Bone; Top  Sirloin .or a Plain Steak.  g|orlnf*ois, Pork Ten-  dlrkitfand Mutton Chops  also Fish and Poultry,  AT ,TOE MARKETS OF  ���w^PATRONIZE HOlfeHtRUSP*  ���*^-*5-5i<c  HE f AKADIAS RANK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Mana_rer  H.R.DAVIDSON.  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH  CIGAR.  IT IS NO GHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE7BI  IMPORTED.  ASKF0RIT-SM0K  %  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY.  FRED ROY,  Proprietor.  'Phone: Columbia 15 57  Mmmmfwnromwiw'     mmmmmnfflimtimimK  PAINTING  HOUSES, SIGNS AND CARRIAGES,  ntif-nji^jPHPJ.H  LION BOTTLING WORKS...  M iir.if-1    ciureis of  ~�� **���"���*���  GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS.  All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages  Soil- Aj-'iMits f..r THE LION BREWING CO.. Rossland, B. C.  Tli. Larycst I.rewer.v in 'IJrilit.Ii Columbia,  JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.  ��HJ  ���s-  00  <��,  00  in th  e criipjj--.! ca��es;'in fact l��_'?  arc all this season'*, and  wc guarantee style and  workmanship p e r f e c t.  Prices Are Reasonable  h(. ihe ciiie. no'rQrs wrrs not by whfi-  %t-' Jt.-?p*:- i��.i.ni  :it*!I)  95 *!  IP  pnol  #4.4,4.4. ^ *%? 4* 4r 4- 4* 4-* 4- 4* 4- 4�� 4* 4- ^ 4* 4*c��  miu  U-, f  St.  4��  ���4*  Cfi  <%>  4}  ..  WELL THAT'S FIE" f  Is what they all say about -  .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR, f  Impossible   to  cut the   face!   shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  'liim..rated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled;  McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 e-ir-M-a Street, "      VAHCOUYEP. 8: &  1^. <& i^i $, >$k ��|- xx^s *%i *��-..$���-��f*  PAPERING  KALSOMINING AND DECORATING,  PLATE, SHEET AND ORNAMENTAL  WINDOW GLASS,  WALL PAPERS,    SASH AND DOORS,  MIRRORS OF ALL KINDS.  �� Use Mellor's Pure Mixed Paints..- $2,00 Per Gallon. ^  1 J. W. MELL0R, |  S�� V. & N. 'Phone 86. Copper Street. ^  iiuiiaiuuiiuuiuuauuuiiiuuuiutiiiiituuimuttmiuiitii  -���-->'���.  fes*. '  ytm  4&XX3  fi  Greenwood Liquor Co  R. CREICER, Manager.  "VWcsale Mlers in Liquors and Cigars.     Full lip Class-  ���w* and Bar Supplies,  m-  M  m  m y  \/f  ty  H__  tt. R  Notice of i-9f.fe_ti.re.  ... CaihHbeH anclit t: McKchzlc; late of  GFeciWood In tii/Kettlc RlVcf lYl'iilng Division of tlie Pi-fkK of nfltisli. Columbia,  and to aii-. olhe/wson or persons Intercst-  fcd of clalhiing any Hie tGtfhe "Queen Bess"-  Itilncralclalm.iltiJte iriTtb'ng Laki Cam  (fBriijcrly zMixi Joli Drop tanip,} In. the  silid kettie RWbrlinJt__r.bjvisiooy:.>*  :_*ou arc licrubyrioficd tliiit Frank li. :Gocl-  Icv gt Colville. Wast, U. S/A., and Vi. rjj. 61c-  Mviin, of Gieeiuvoo aforcpaid.-n-ive expended  in' labour and ijupoveiucrits the s��ra of., ouc.  hundred dollars"--on tbe said .'Qnceu __C--'!:  mineral claim,'jixxit2.tO.ipr recording- the Same;  as will ai.i.eai* '..-a Certificaie.;of , Woi-l.. re-;  corded on Hie I3tlf -'viie,:Wl)I, iil.tlie'office trf the  miniiilf .recofder.'of t&d Mining Diyisicn- al  (.rceuwood -U-ortea'.d; �� order to,hold the said  cloim  umU'i- tils pr^'KioiisofrSectiou 24 of the.  '���Mineral  Ai-'"'*Mxc%. tuing-  the  -unomil  rehired and necessary (o.lvlil thesaid claim for  x\ llll i_tt .111,1 ��^t����iii^^..vni  -li-;   stilus ,.1.11111 1.1 ���  the year cijd'mtr'- thfistia;,-of July, 1901; and  if at the e.\-pirdliouut.uj':l.t}'da.vs of publication;  ot tliis notice you faH'iOrSifuse to contribute        ..,.. ..���,,-1 I.,,,     nil   llll-   _Xlin,i:<����_      .-..���..! 1  [vour ciM)wi'iors. under s.cti  Act Ai-eiulineiil'Act.lW'.'.  l.alr.l ol r.i-'ieinvoodiafo.re-aiclV:  of Aiu'iist. A. If.'lTOl./ \  FKANi-K. OOETT55  \V. G./'IcMY.NN.  ���1  NOTICE pi FORFEitlWEi; y  ���r "��ln J C. Hoffftiar  ' Sp'^nc in7t��| "  loth of 'the  .Was  REGISTRY  ACT  Ifrr.  ,WM, Save expended  p-Brenjcnls ou thc "Alice  p 'situate! in Smith's camp  J.���.���jMir.lntf:',Division of Yale  Jtii'm|>ta''.to count as an as>  ���diiiyas;-ivll- -appear by a  CC_rded;a3i-d March, r.0_,  ��� ...iilutf Refcii-iU-r for the said  ^tniiip;Di\-i_,ion of Yale District,  m-rld saia'claViit'tiiiite. the provisions  pp-j;*-. of the iMltiiil-al Act; such .'belli ��  Jrountrenniredixi'.hbtd the said claim for  |areiidlii^23rdM'iVch*'-'}0t.r '.-.������  _H rt_ ���thfe!-e*s'_ilr^*tlbtt of 90 days of publi  V the Mpr of tiie Title of lot 8. Block 11,  f    Acto/tnt! to the Sub-aivlsiott of thc "DARK  .(ojoSl'LMifictai .feli-Wi; Map 21, City of  Cr/env. oo'd; G.oiij^dne- (j-.oj'oos iJiVislon of  Vse District;   '1-7  WJl.REAS tins Ce;tificate of''iilic of William /. Corbett to theibovc hereditaments has  beeii >_t ot dostroyc_y.iud application has  ���leen i-icle.to'/ue tpt adupticatfet-.ere->f j  cue   ertificaie of /Ktle.-ivill ije i&sHied at the  ni.pT);Uon of oue-tupith from tlie ciaie hereof  I'l'iile's in ihe meantiiie valid objection to the  co. if ary is made to ne iii writing-. '���/'  W. H. EljMpNDS, -,  Distr'nt Registrar, t^iid Registry; Ouicc, Kamloops, B. C.  Auiju-t 30th, 1901.  MINERAL ACT.  T(^ Homalrie Malcoim and any   Others  Cou-  cfcrned.  .  -TAK-.- -NOTICE that  1  have caused  to be  sUklcdon'theWcB-.^orUof the Kettle, RUcr  In th-i.Keiths Kiver Mit'tuff DivU.o.t, oA -c  District, the work*re.lulrcd by Section 24 o j Uic  Mineral Act, far the year which Iim c��� rul,  -and have expended for such work a. d for re  cordlni. the certilicateB thereof the sum of' l*o  hundrei^Ra Hvedollars (islandMfi.^��r  piir,U^iof Sltity days from Uie .date of the_ first  ����l'>rt>brtioit of suclii��xpe-idltare, namelj .  five ce,fc$is5.75] for three-fourO^irxM ,��  Said mi.Xl claims, l->^V-c.r^U^V��Xlalm_  idvcrtlslnrfiybur interest .n ��" "VMS*1^*'"  bhall be liablo'to forfeiture, as provided *bj  the  "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900.       ,  Dated this 16th rfa>, September, 1901.   ,.  . Kate T. McKenzie.  ANSWER IS  COMPLETE  CRITICISMS OF   CANADIAN   MINING  REVIEW AGAINST THE GRANBY  COMPANY  ;i Fully Answered fiy Mr. E- Jacoljs.  Statements   Are   Considered  Seriatim.  Mr.  Miner Emphatically Denies Report That Capitalization is to be  Increased-  MINERAL ACT.  S",^iV'VS^Syittire��ti''ilu:'.:'Bald claliti  picrv-osU^liln-JjUteisiibftcrll-er (oneOf  'e'.s_ uiiiler SectVi'n-4 of- the Mineral  Ice'itwoodjVii: 0y Lhis-;<?6lh day.of  "!y^^rWiuSMlT-f7 "T"'"'::  ix arid'otlieA inctrestedia the  [teral^.Cl-i-a; situated ^n  fettie River Mining  ���ictvy-v.1," ��� ���' -.*;  ;have cau-cd to l* done  ' '���!Claim1_ituBtc<"npa-.  ���LXor Mining ^vision  CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENTS,  ���y .'        Q:''. .No-i-icE..-,  y --..,';'  RAMPAI-O   and ���isi��y^:7l,;icr^Pi, Mineral  t    Claims situate in the ;i^jdlc- River: Mining  . ���, ��� ���. 1")i-ilsion of,Yale pistrict^vjie.e'located :  7   dii*the-Norih Eorfeof ketti^tyer^i ';���      I  TAKE NOTICE ttin^? Jo^;Me^S^hie;pf J  Nelson, aclinjr.as. apent|-%^j^y^  MiuerlsCeaiiicalcNo.liys0&$Ad3x'txifr~~ '"'"  ."l-i.. Miner's eepiiticate NqritpZi-O?, aq^  Scala, Vice Miner's Ccrtificate'No.;B33l3  *,'j-i_ar whicli hns  ir such work, unil  picrt'ct 'h*! Vu'i-J  ilnrs nnd' i\!l,v  ^.loh of ninety  Kibliciition vi  kvour propor-  ^the sur' ot  s  *And'Xurthcr trite *.iiotic-!/��i"aVac^n^oda^j  ection 31, must be'.cq-t..neiiced\heTore Whe js.  geclion J., must bccohm��~-������ *fr j/.j  I suance of s_ch Ccr.tllicate of V"P,X^,T,  Paled this I7th day of August, A&.W-  JOUN McI-ATCHlEl|E|U^.ute^l  tttx��igria%\  ^Tciuiin -situate  ���^^JilleKi^.;'"!."''!?  EtShoworU rcnured by  ���'. -7 MxmMkLyi^^M%M --iy  Certifitafe;^o'fcIhi|>t^'?"^n^'   *  " ��� ��� yy^&^m^ -:y -%7^-y.J  w-tt SHEIJA*'mineral.claiiu, situr.ie  retlle RWcr"Mlnii:g Division of Yale  pp.',...?; Whcri.   located :       In   Copper.  Fad joining, the "Jumbo" and "Harqua'  ' niineral claims..  rKE    NOTICE    that    wc,  Thomas Mc-"  Dounell, oi'i-rcenvvood lu the said district  r.... -Miner's   CcrtiHijatc   No.   D.   .0,30";  aud  iVilliani'" t'rahaill   McMynn,- of   the   same  J.ce,-I'rcc Mlnef's Certificate No.' B 40,001, in���  Rt,sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply  to tii^J^idng;..J{ccordcr :for a Certificate of  .lui PTOVc2^A&,^b^y)��i^iirpo,!je_pl obtaiiu ug- a  Crowii Ciraiitof tlic"abovecialjii."' '-, '. '''.77^-  Aiul further .'take notice -that action, under  section 37, ii.ust be :coii_mciiced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 10th day. of August. 1901.  thomas McDonnell.  W. Cr. McMYNN.  portion**., 'sucli c".pcin_i}."..,   :  ��.1ollars ilid sisveittceaccA'ts S3J-1" for.onclliird  .iilciv-lln said uiinera) claim, Wether witli all  '���'���-'������������-���J��t:in.->a.d miner-  S^lrfy.'.i^W^  w'^thls^\;,^^,lisTKoNi  MINfiRAf^CT.  ; to P.aadolph St��art,\ji C..'Haa_, I. n. naliett,  ! V/alter D'Eatii anl ofttts concerned :  , ..L TAKI.   NOTICE   tliilW^ iinvc ctviistia tt�� l>c  -,.jf*Ky"*"<roJie on Uio!nii._noiid^'��f-," 1'ouhlful. Mny Uhv  j -y . -"*����vd DeertTruK' minefA'claims,  situutui'   in  '   ,.   /��� Crecnwood enmp, tn tie Keltic  Hiver mining  i':" {t- 'livislo'n bf.Ynlc distr^t, thi. work icqnired by  y���' y    Section 21 qf ,th-_MirivriU"Aet, lor tlie your wUieli  .'���'"'"��'*'. lias expired,' luid'ha/c expended for such worlt  "Nyid focreeonling |fte-coi-til'u:iitus thereof-the  ^-rtirof four humlrvi ����'l ftftcen dollitrs 1*113.00);  iiniV'iF'itrtlio expiation of ninly days from the  ilnte of tlie first ji-blientiou of tliis notiec, you  Vail to cm.ribuk-yonr proportion of such ex  |>'_n<lil'.l.e, nniinty, Huudtilph Stuart., J. C.lliuis,  '*- J. 11. Itnllctt ixiii otlicr parties interested, tlie!  t.u-11 of $83.00 fo.niic-liftli interest in sllit- win" '  cral..clniins, nwl Walter  D'Katli, Uie stun oi  ���f_'4.00"*--(.r a oro-llfth interest in said mineral  Claims,'logctlier with all t-osts of uilvertising  ���<_/  your interest,!n said  mineral claims shall bu  ^S^iiiblo to forfeit nre, us provided by the "Mineral  ���AWAmel-dpent Act, l'.OO"  %   7    ;jfa��d tUU t2th duy of .June, 1001.  y^-'f "���^-yji/y.-., . John W  ro\vi:i.r,.  ACT.  MINERAIL, ACT 1896.  Certificate  of Improvements.  .     NOTICE.  U10I.A." "YELLOWSTONE,"  "DON  PEDRO,".   "CRESCENT    FRACTION"    and  "YELLOWSTONE FRACTION" miueral  claims situate in the Kettle River 'Milling  Division ot Yale District.  Where located:���In Providence camp.  TAKI'" NOTICE, lhat I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent  for   Richard   McCullocli, Free Miner's  Certificate No. l"403')7, intend, sixty days  from  the date hereof, lo apply to thc ni:_i:_;ij recorder  for certilicate of improvements for the piirpos*  uf obtaining; Crown Ci rail IS of thc above claims.  And furllini- take notice that action, under  section 37, must be coratuedced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of July, A. D. 1901.  I. II. HAI.I.ET  1  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  .&*���  I...  /  MINERAL  Admiral'Dftivey *  ���.-Sum-ntt C!#P  of tW  ���tiers Interested ia the  'oeral claim, situated in  Forks mining division  SAN* JUAN FRACTIONAL Mineral Cluim, situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located ��� Providence  Camp.  Take Notice that I, John William Nelson,  Free Minor's Certificate No, 11 .0*1-2, intend  sixty days from tho date liereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tlie purpose of obtaining n Crown  (Jruiit of tlie above claim  And further tuke notice  tlmt nation, under  .Section   .7,  must  be  commenced   before  thc  issuance of sucli Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this sixth day of June, A. I)., 1001.  ���23 J. Vi. Nelson.  Some adverse critici<_tu relative io  thc Granby company having lately  appeared in coast newspapers. 10.  Jacobs of Greenwood, has sent the  following   communication    in   reply  thereto:  .   Gil-12th inst.   you   republished part  of an article which   first  appeared  in  the August j number of  the Canadian  Mining   Keview,    Ottawa,    seriously  reflecting upon the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power company, Ltd.    As  one  whose particular  business   it   is,    in   my   capacity    of  special correspondent in the Boundary  district   for  several influential newspapers and mining journals, to keep  well  informed respecting its   mining  and smelting   industries,     I maj- be  permitted   to   make   some   comment  thereon   the more so since on 3rd inst.  some days before you published the  .matter under notice,     Mr.  S.  H.  C,  Miner, president of the  Granby  company, in  granting  my   request for a  talk with him  respecting  it,   told  me  that the   directors   of   the   company  tirere   treating   the   article   with  the  ntempt they considered it,   from  its  Itute,����������� "M.   In  taking up this  fatter I  ���"��  morc   "��-* M   about  -ifc-cueet this criticism,   which I thim.  shall show is not- warranted bv the  facts of the case may  have upon  the  mining   industry of   thc district  the  interests of which I have for   more  "than  four "years  in  my  humble  way  -striven    to' promote,   than  upon  the  |'Granby company which is well able to  take Us own part whenever Hs management sliixll think it necessary  to do so.  The Granby.Co's. mining and smelling  industry, being "*;ii.y. far the largest in  the district, it seems tatt-.e inadvisable  that judgment shall  be: permitted to  gb,against,it,   and.through it against  the'clistTicf' bytlefiultry--' y   7,.'.,,     ,  Perhaps the simplest way for nie" lb:  endeavor to show the Granby coiiipat-y  "in what I think  to be a  fairer  light  will be to take serin.tiui'thc statements,  or rather misstatments,     as  most Of  them appear to mc  to be���to  which  I  take exception  and  make some coir.'-  ment on them successivel}- as  I go.    1  will premise, though, by  staling  that  Mr. Miner assured me  most positively  that every statement reflecting cn the  Granby company in  the article under  notice is "absolutely false".  I have selected  the following allegations,   upon   which   I comment as  under:  (1)    "Considerable itileresl is aroused |  in British Columbia by the announcement  that thc  Granby smelter people  contemplate an increase in there capital raising  it from  fifteen  million  to  twenty million dollars and  those who  ai-e-_besti.able_.to _ judge ^ojisider the  proposal a farcical one in   in  view of  the past   history  of   the   company".  As  to thc   "considerable   interest" I  have only to remark   I had  not  heard  any mention at all made of thia matter  iu the Boundary  district  prior  to the  publication of the  Review's criticism.  THB GREENWOOD WEEKLY  iaw..www- -i-Ww t Muryny-wi   k-����fm-_.nn����pw  nor had 1 riccli any l'efcrciicc made tu  il in ;:ny oT. thc provincial newspapers  Lhat came nuclei* my nutice. Mr. f'.j itic-r-.  rcply Lo niyisif-uiry as lu the truth or  untruth oi thc aia lenient alleging a  proposed incr'e.ls'J oi' G-.ipiUl was; '���'Wc  nevcr even thought of faising lhe  capital of the company above its  present amount of ?15,000,00J.'' Why  should we when wc liavc oiie fourth'of  the capital slock intact iu the treasury  available for the advjncemetit of th.  company's interests should occasion  arise?"  (2)    "Itsis-iui   undoubted .fact  that  the present capitalisation of $15,006,000  is enormously iu excess- of the value of  | thc  property".     Iii  this  connection 1  remark  that  the   -shareholders of the  four companies that combined do   not  seem  to  have  thought  so since  they  ratified  the  scheme  of  consolidation.  I am informed thai they  received  prorata three fourths of thc new stock and  tliat none was offered  for sale  to   the  public.  (3)    "It is a well known fact that the  total   expenditure   in    cash   both for ;  purchase and development of   all  the j  properties in thc Granby smelter group 1  including thc  smelter itself,  dow  not '  exceed one million do'.lars and when in  the early months of this year the representatives of this company,   Mr. 3. P. >  Graves and Mr. A. L-.  White,  were ini  New York negotiating for the sale of i  thc  property,  or at  any  exchanging \  pour  parlers with  the   Amalgamated j  Copper company having that object in '  view, the latter could not be induced to i  give as much as two million dollars tor  the property."   To this 1  reply  thatl  have definite assurance  that the  cash  expended   to date on  the   company's j  properties   is  about   ��1,500,000.    This'  does not represent their  value though  for   a considerable proportion  of the  original consideration for thc mineral  claims was  in slock,   whilst a  large' �����^  and   valuable   tract   of laud situate  near Grand Forks was received as a  smelter bonus or subsidy withp,ut,any  cash therefore; further, that the  town  of Phoenix is partly on the company's  mineral claims,  adding very largely to  their surface value.    As  totheal  attempts to sell, Mr. Miner assup  that u_a.Ur_c.ors had not tried l.*i  the property; ou the contrary thcM  declined offers  which  they  had  ^*  satisfied   themselves   v-.rc  bon qtoa  and backed by  the ii.ce.sary  c;> g!|jjj  for the purchase  of the .propeij^S*  much higher figures- than  the' $W&  m-  s*.  ���.xtytiyy  \/'  the'best beer in town is made by  If you want nice soft drinks  call >at  South End grocery.  Prescriptions filled correctly���A-tider  son's pharmacy. -;-  X F. J. MITCHELL X %  000 mentioned.       -  (4)    "No authoritativc's-iilcm-.  yet   been   given   as ..to-.the  a  value per t.n  of ore treated alt  thc -inciter has b^cu in operatic  J_a__t.ycar.   jRcp.atcd applications  beerimade to tile  coi.ir.any  by.-  Llibrdersi fpr'thfs iii foi���n.a!it'ipr��_-v<''*: '"  I'-een refused for moti'^'*1-5 o�� i*'*  Mf.v--���er statdd t0'^c_Uiat  no  holder  ������ ad been   n?*11^*-1  infijri'  that he wuv.. veaso:iably   entitle  Statements of receipts aud cxpci  had been  submitted'' to general  in  ings of shareholders whenever rvqiiu'i-d  by    tbe     provisions     governing    thc  conduct of (lie financial  afiairs of  UiC  several  companies   now  consolidate'.'  When presiding over general meetings  he had on several  occasions stated  to  shareholders present that thc ore  was  yielding a  profit,  but just  what   that, ���.    ,.,.,������  profit was the' directors  were  not  yet I % Specifications 'sent  iippi  1 ���; .      i fi request.   We manufact  lie.    in  adopting ! ta ure'aluo Nortiiy Gas art!  si-'t'  TA^K  NOTICK  thnt  [ have caused lo 1;<*  donelili VhV Admiral- Uewoy iiiincrnl clniin,  .Xu.tfeI.iSi.mu.it camp, in tin- tir:.i|.l l-orlM-  ,/SiS .llviblo-i.ol  Viilc-.lUtn.-t. ��ni*l"  ��;��������  /   Sl.iTthoworkru.liilreill.yrierli.m 'Jl oMli��  '* *i"lcr.1 At-t, for the yen.- wl.i.-l. h.i* oxmh-. . ,  ,  ,lhii'vp.t'K*cmk.clforM.<-h wm-k xnx,\ for ie- ,  1 n-II.eT-L-i-tiin-nLc.ll.oniof liic Mini ot on..'  - in.ho. 'n.'. Hii'<.'�� '��'>��'��������* ",1 'I*1-', CC,1U*  I -li> _ ) -n..l tl...l If. ��t lhe e-.-l.in.tio'' of  inelv.h.vM'ro.ntl.e.lnteof lhc lirM l-ubli.-n-  .���ono'f thf-UOtl.:-i;yun f..il to (.uitr.hi.l. your  'pi-.jjortli.ii of �������������>' Ml'ei.'litm-e, n��iij��ly.  i.vj"s7'-��ci.ch1t<'��ctlu'.'��'ith nil costs of n< ver-  ���..-���i.ivT." vour interest in snhl minenil i-liiim  iliilfbe'linblo to forfeiture. ;.is |.r��v.��Uid bj the  ���" M i_i_.nl A<t Anieiulmenl Act 1900.  Wed this I2ihdny of June. IIM.  J.   \\.  1'OWKf.L,  Certificate of Imp*''"��� lents.  NOTICK.  l.lJI.U Mim.-i.it Claim, sitiinle in the Ketlle  Hi vi-1- Minini; l'ivlsion of Y;il�� Distiici  Where l.ncat'eil : I" Heaver Camp on tho  W.isl Kor!.' of IC.-ttle River.  TAK1C NOTICR that I. J. P. McLeo.l, Five  Miner's certilicale No. 1140I.S7 as ���iyy.it.for  John T. Itnli. Free Miner's ci-rlific:iic No. lij-)  (.10 ami Kob_i I \Y J.-iUes' Free Miner,s ceriiiieate  Noi! li.>'vS. iiile.iiil U) davs (: om lhe .late, hercof.to  "iMlilv l�� lhe Min'mir Recorder for rt Ceriiiicale  li. Iiinnovenieiits. for the purpose of ribtniinni.'  n Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further lake notice thai aclioii. under  action 37, must be co.nim-uced b_forc the   issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this-ltli dav of October, A. D.-1901  J. P. McLEOD.  M.HERAL ACT.  m  prepared to make publ  Viis attilude*i_t; the .'.present  stage of  their undertaking the.direclors considered thoy    were  conserving the  be&-|.,���, BV.,,,., _,...  interests   of   the  company  and  were j j| v.'orks^'agei  only doing the  same as other  man    '    "' ��  r  ufacturing   concerns ,, which   do'  not! $*_^��ii$g_3___\  divulge details of th*e iost of  product-1 "  ion."      "t���-7-"-���=���^������,^-^-,_..-:-.,_,   (5)    "If as; is-'Currently  believed by  those in the best position to judge the  average grost* vaitfl- of lhe ore treated!  does   hot' exceed  five dollars,    il    is i  doubtfulfif operations  are  uot  being :  carried on at a positive los..T'. Pcrhap.. '  the .'niost   effective   reply   to  this  is  contained    iiT'-the   following excerpt;  from   a circular,     dated  August   12tli .  sent  tp  the  shareholders   with   their!  stock in the new consolidated company ]  '.'Instead of striving lo  pay   dividends  before   your  properly  was   fully   de-.  veloped, it has been the desire of  your  director?, and lo this end every effort  has been made, to  cipiip and  put  the  properties   and   plant   in  a thorough  condition to earn and pay the dividends  regularly.     Wc  h_.v_   b.cii   spending  nearly S20fl,(!00 in new extra equipment  during thc present summer, which will  more  than  double our present  output  and profits.    All  of  this  sum  we are  taking out of   the ground,   r.ot having  advanced one dollar for thc  past  year  to do this work."    It would   seem   that  Shop worn goods  for your Fall: Suit  when you can secure  New _G oods of the  most fashionable  pattern which have  just arrived.  ��  ��  9  9  �����'  ��  9  *  9  *  ��  ��  ft  9  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  .��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *>  ft  ft  *  ft  ;...i���*>:-'-",  '-i^MQ^  and  GasoSl'tic En"g"inc-c.icap  handy-safe.     Suii  for  Cunllffcft McMillan,  agents at Rossland B.C.  ���      ver EnRincenns  _ nts at Van-  Si couver. B. C-  King St- Subway  Times.  The Biggest and best $  ft assortment of Fall Suit> ��  ft ft  J ings ever brought into *  % the Boundary.  X    X ���'*  'Wk4&>  m  9  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ���ftft  ��  ��  ��  ��  1  d  THE TAILOR  Copp.r St.        Greenwood.  ��ft#ft����#��e����ft��a#ftftft����������ft  ��  ��.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  -ft  ��  ��  ftft  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��.  r��r<-i �� ^ _, _....    _0 **. ^..___. /v *__     Hit �����/>(���       _f^/\ =3  ����������:���  MONTREAL, OUEBEC,--  MANUFACTURERS OF  --*#  BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  Ag.nts For The Bullock Diamond Drills.  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 2  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- =3  PRESSORS .... H  COM I*T.I-TI. MINK ..QUIl-MKN'TS ;-���  OISTo"KCANKKlEniSROSRLASD. ^  R. H. U. mcKallv. Rossland, B. C.  i  t^To Jolin Layeux. of Grand Forks. B. C, Fret  yg *  Miner:  ,'You arc licrfiby nolified thai I have cxjiciulcd  in labor ginl iniiinivemciil.  on  llie "American  * La-'lrfB. incral claim, si male in Skylark camp,  i.'fi-^^ctl'e  Ri\er  Mining. Division-of Yale  /JistrJcU-jUic sum of Oiie-llniidreil Dollars and  ^"*"* ?_.50 for recordiiiff lliCvSaiiic, such  beinc tlic  artifiiiit rci-iiii-eil and necessary lo hold the said  claim for ilie'year ending the 2nd day of July  V>)1, under tlic provisions of the "Mineral Act"  anl Amendiii^ Acts; and if at the cxi-iralioi. of  itiricty days from the date of ihe first publtca-  tio-iof Ihis notice in  the Greeinvood  Weekly  Times yon fail or refuse to contribute your pro-  }Kj_-ioii of such expenditure, namely S-..16, lo-  p-thur with  all  co-its  of   advertisin(r,   your  interest  in   said  mineral  claim  shall become  iiiestcd in me Tyoiir co-owner] up:>n filing in the  proper ofliee in tiiattialiaUllicaflutavHrcqulred  l>j-Soclion 4��.if Hie 11-Ml!wr-il Aci AmcnrtnicRt  ^Ct.'*i!)i,��� '        V  _filpi1 tH!5* !''���'!;'i-lV r.C S'_pi(---it)<*ri J1*1'. :���  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  ''GREAT IIC.S-'ER" Mineral claim, situated  in the Kettle River Mi.-.ins Division of  Yale District. Where located : In Smith's  Camp.  TAKI. NOTICE that I. Isaac. II. Hallett, as a^ent i>.t J. C. Haas, Tree  Miuers's ceriiiieate No. I_lli..l7, and James  McNicol, I-'ree Miner's Certilicate No  1141405,        intend. sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply lo lhe Minini;  Kccordor for a Certilicate of Improveineiils, for  the purpose of oblaininy a Crowii Grant of the  above claim'  And  further take notice that action, under  Section ..7, niu.it  be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 9_h day of September, A. I). 1901.  I. II. HALLETT.  The Best Meals in the City  Cooked under the personal  supervision of Escalet for  Fifty Cents./ X Well  heated ana comfortable  rooms Fj/ty Cents, X 2*  lo-lo this work "    It would   seem   that   gz R. H. C IHCRailV.  HO��bianu, n. *.. ^-  returiiinjf    profits,  thu.*  c'i.ectly  co: -    ^s^^^_.^.Jm__.^^__!__��^!jji^ 1  ' .... ���  putiuiuuiiiiiuuiiiamiimiuiuiuiiaiiiuwmuiiuiiuiiiuuuauiiuitiiumuuiuuuiuiutui  tradicthi-f  'are being  the   stig-g-estion 'hit   tbey  carrie 1 on  at a positive  loss".  (6) "It is * '������ * "��� c-'liablo on  the part of the ciroctor.s of  the Granby lOmjany lo withohl  important informal ion withoiit which  it is Lnifossiblc to  estimate  the   value  FREE BUS TO AND FROX ALL TRAINS  of the stock they  are  appari  :i!(  lv  bent  ...The Clarendon Cafe...  on increasing niitl  v.*hich  they   are   offering    .he  attractive  investment."  statements to  me  ap-  in   any  case   ~^-  public   as   an   �����?  '     Mr. Miner's   _TS  ic:-b!e  to  these   ���^  Thrn  1 Iter-  11 Mi 11  Concord grapes ttirect from Ontario,! .,  . every cither day, ako Moorss-i. capl/an*i I ^ ^��S^.LET- Proprietor,  strictures may be  smnnu-d  (A)    Shnreholders have  b-een   yivcn  ail the information they are entitle;! to.  (ii)    Thc   directors   have   not even  thought    of     increa:iititr     {],q     ^tocl:.  i'Cj   They are not o:Yerii'._- anv   at(__.:  Jo the public,  ,'" I -1c"ii'e to at'n' .h:.' no;  _>!ily in  ti;c  UN. MS& ill i Hi..  Crecir.vood is thc financial and commercial centre of the  Uoun.larv Creek District. It is the supply, point for the  Minini? camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwocd.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, White  fuul Atv.-ood, Wellington and other Boundary Creg.i camps.  '-�����..  y or price** of lots and other  ini'onuatiou address ...  ���������\  {'ntltiii!  l:!1  ? "'���'-  RoM.-Wood or C. Seott Galloway, Gr.etiii.ood,  Iwimffifflimiiwmi^  *. , -.! *;' ... .11-. .���'���-���}���....... frtiyy  pp|e';4.  ���mm 7 GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIME&  ..-'"������  .ty  Particular and  Prompt attention  given to our mail  order department  MILLER BROS  %  irer is  continued from page 3.  Boundary, district,  but when at Rossland and   Nelson .Jlately,-  the; simple  mention   that.the Canadian   Mining  Rcy.iey. |iad attacked; the Granby company oromptly .elicited replies, rema'rk-  ;ablc in their:. unanimity.Mii effect .hit  that journal is notorious ifer its general'  hostility . towards ��� BriLia-i- Columbia  mining enterprises, y*    ������*������-   -     ''';������  At the risk of making  au unreasonable demand on your space I ask your  permission, to ,here briefly summarize  the history and work of the Granby  Consolidated   Mining, .Smelting and  Power company, I.Id.,    which  has a  capital of $15,000,000   in  1,500,000 $10.  shares.   The. consolidation embraced  four incorporated companies,   viz; the  Old Ironsides Mining company, Ltd.'  capital $1,000,000;  the Knob Hill Gold  Mining company, Ltd., capital: $l,50o,  000; the Granby Consolidated Mining  and Smelting company,   Ltd., capital  $900,000;    and the Grey   Eagle Gold  Mining company, Ltd., capital $1,500,  000.   The mineral   claims owned by  these companies are situate|-in Greenwood camp and all adjoin.     Thej are  the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill, Victoria.  Fourth of July, Phoenix, Aetna, Grey'  Eagle, Banner, Tip Top and Triangle,  these constituting, so far as known, tht  biggest copper mining'proposition lithe Boundary  and   probably   in   the  province.* For som�� time prior ��� to the  j consolidation.they were jointly worked  under the one general  management.  The Old Ironsides and Knob Hili companies did a large amount of development in their respective   mines,   and  have been at work with scarcely any  intermission   for   about   five   years.  The first Granby company which was  of more recent organization,   worked  the Victoria and built  and operated  the -smelter at Grand Forks, the reduction works being --thoroughly  modern and, most effective and successful in their ' results. Preliminaries  having-beeh arranged during the latter,:  half "of 1900, the consolidation #as  consummated early iii the ettrren-tlyeair)  since wlten there has teefett & gradual  enlargement of opef-itbns.  In the devStoptt-cnt off the Old Ironsides* iCtiob Hill, Victoria and Grey  B��gl'eT mines 2,256 lineal feet of sinking  and raising and 10,660 feet of crosscutting and drifting���together nearly  two and a half miles in length of  workings, have been done. There has  also been about half as much work'  again cone in large-raises and'drifts  which although in a new contry-j has  been counted as stoping, not as development. The deepest shaft ia down  400 feet and the diamond drill has  proved the occurrence of ore down to a  depth of 800 feet. Large surface  quarries have been opened in ore which  is known to extend about 3,-000' feet on  the company's ground and to have a  width of 300 to 400 feet. As now opened  the deepest face of ore in the quarries is about 60 feet but a cut la now  being run into the hill that will  eventually give an open face of more  than 200 feet iu maximum depth. The  railway cars will shortly be run into  the quarries and be there filled with  ore by means of a steam shovel,'thus  economizing, the cost of loading.  Shipment of ore was commenced in  July. 1900, and during that year 64,535  tons were sent..to the smelter. The  output for nine, mouths of 1901 ended  September 30 was 168,620 tons, making  an aggregate tonnage to the. latter  date of 233,155 tons. At the Canadian  Mining Review's estimate of $5, per  ton this would give a gross value of  $1,165,775. With the tonnage increased  to 1,200 tons a day, as will shortly be  done, these mines will yield at a similar valuation 56,000 per diem, but this  is by no mcansi-anywhere near >their  limit of. daily production, which it is  planned to next year further increase  to about 2,000 tons a day, so easily  are their . cuormotWore  ies. The mines are well equipped  with improved machinery aad plant.  ..and have,-^po, commodious and" sub*  sUntially: buitt^accommodations' -f<  about fi ve hundreMn ;n, th ere ' beiti k  at present-rather mbrc-u,an 30o oa th  accessible  bo'lit  W. J.^Twiss, insurance agent- of  Kaslo was in the city this week, f 'y  Born���On thie 22nd inst,. to Mr. ated  Mrs. J. A. Mathot. a .'Sfe'ri*..'  H. %>. Cepfetrlej. the well known in-  ���Sulrattce man was in the city this week;  S. S. Taylor, K. C A. H. McNeill,  K. C, and T. Mayne Daly, K. CM  were among the outside lawyeirS Vrho  attended court.  O. J. Vallj she_-.fi. ol Yale county  and W; H*. Bullock "Webster chief of  the provincial police were in attendance at court.  T. M. Brvdges of Nelson, official  stenographer came over with Mr.  Justice Irving for the sitting of the  court.  Billy Nang who used to work at the  Saint's R'ect desires to notify his  Greenwood friends that he is leaving  for Rossland and trail and thc coast  cities next week. *   '  Thomas M. Golden, official b_\>kei.  for the Miner-Graves -.J/ndLcate ih  Philadelphia paid the company's property a visit accompanied by H. N.  Galer.  B. S. Jenkins, Winnipeg, superintendent the C. P, R. telegraph system,  J. Wilson superintendent for B. C. and  H. Mclntyre inspector for Kootenay  were in the city on a tour of inspection and registered at the Imperial.  E. J Coyle general passcntferayentbfthe C. P.  R., with headquarters at Winnipeg- Geo. H.  Hain the venerable advertisisiuy ag-ent for the  same company aud J. S. Carter the district  passauger agent arrived by to-dav's train.  Fall hats���latest���up-to-date goods  at G. F. Williams'. ���t f  "A Wise "Woman" entertains the audiencs  from the raise to the drop of }he curtain. The  company is a well balanced one, each member  contribituVmg- a fair share of thc eveuiligs  entertainment. lit addition to the -uaiiy laugh-  ablcsitituptioiis in the play Ethel Balch and  Alice Gccrby there singinjr add greatly to the  entcrtainniciil. The company played to a full  house tonight and will appear again  at the Auditorium toiiwrrow Saturday night.  Mail orders promptly filled���Anderson's drug.store.  Rev, Mr. lA_iUi and wife dre in the city from  Braccbridgc, Out. Mr.teith had charge of the  Presbyterian congregation here a few years  agtv'-ftcv. Dr. McRae is also here. He will  occupy the  Presbyterian   pulpit   for   a   few  Suiult. -  y--yy-.'';-A'.-Fiendis-. Attack, _  .���;. An attack was made on t_Y F. 'Collier..  ;of Cherokee, Iowa', that nearly proved  fatal. It came through his-.kidneys.  His back got sd lame he could, not  stoop without great pain, tior sit in a  chair except propped by clishions. iSTo  remedy helpedhirh ulitil he tried Ejlec-  tfic Bitters which effected such a won-:  fistful change that he writes he feels  like a new man. This marvelous'  medicine cures backache and kidney  trouble, purifies the blood and buitds up  your health. Only 50c at Miller Bros.,  and J. L. White's drug stores.  "C. C. C. C. the great nerve   builder  $1.00 at Anderson's Pharmacy.  Q,.Flints Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil  ���the best���Andersons the Druggist.  "Broinogrip cures colds���25 cents ���  Anderson's Fharmacv.  6.?i.��fe(_ Into Live Coals-  . '-"When a cliild I burned my foot  frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of  Jonesviile, Va., "which caused horrible  leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's  Araica Salve wholly cured me after  everything else failed.-' Infallible for  Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores, Bruises  and Piles. Sold by Miller Bros., and  J. L. White, 25c.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  AKAEONDA  S'eHO'C'i'.-HC.T.SB  SEALED TENDERS,.indorsed -'Tender for  School iibu-C-," will be received by the  undersigned up to noon uh Monday, the 28th  October, 190-j fot the election anti "completion  of a one-room s*eliool-l_oiis-_.  Plans, spccilicatibiis, 1'Or'rtts of .elide, and  contract ttiay be seen on aim after the 21st  October, l'.Oi, al the Govern ment Office, Greeuwood-.  Tenders will not be cun.sil.t-red unless madfe  upon the printed forms supplied for'tlteptlrpdsc  and the agreement '.oe.xecutc a boi'ld. __pp'_nc_el-.  to the Form of Tender, is duly signed by tlie  Contractor himself and tw'o other responsible  residents of the Province tit the peiial aunt 61  $500, for the faithful performance of tile work:  Tin. lowtesi or ally tender not n'c'ccs'sarily  acccpted. -.  Vi: S. GOii-0,  Deputy Commissioner of Lauds & Works.  Lands and "Works Department.  Victoria-, Ii. C, -7th October, '  1901.  payroll..        . n. ��� ������'-���  The smelter is^t  THREE NOTABLE  BOOKS  All Worth Reading.  D'RE AND I  Bv  Irritisr  Bachelor, author of  Eber. Holdon.  THE ETENAL CITV  By Hall Cain.  FRISTAM OF BLENT  liy Anthony Hope.  J, X*. COL.ES  Books,   Stationery,   "Wall   Paper,  Etc  THE REVIEW  HOTEL  BOLSTER,  WASH.  4.4.4*  The Only First-Class Hotel in tne  Myers Creek District.  COOK & YOUNG, Proprietors  >��� 1.  present t^ai  two blast f urnaces,the!-��. together lV<  ing nearly 670 tons of ore at- day.   T  more furnaces arc overdue to.cirrivi  .the   works   and   these should be  operation, before the end of this ye;  It has been decided to increase  number .of furnaces to six early in-  new year spas-to enlarge the capaci 3^  of the work* to about 2,000 tons of  daily.    Two   copper   converters  also be installed here shortly and theT^  with .other   betterments 'also  bein-'-1-  made will bring the' equipment up t  about the most complete and importan  copper producing plant in Canada'  Adverse criticism.regarding the big  capitalization of the Granby compan,  may or may not be warranted"1",.*  surely the proper time for this was  when last year an authoritative public  announcement was made of an intention to increase to $15,000,000 and not  when rumor,, usually most, carefully  ignored by reliable journals, concocts  a story-entirely at variance with facts.  The Canadian Mining Review has now  added to its reputation in the interior  mining districts of the province of  being a^knocker" so faras mining-in  British Columbia is concerned evidence  that either ignorance or prejudice so  influenced it that it did not take the  most ordinary precautions to verify its  information before making sweeping  reflections upon the status and management of an extensive and thoroughly bona fide mining and smelting  enterprise.  Yours truly,  .   E. Jacobs.  Greenwood, D. C.* October 18th, 1901.  J0NES-C0UTTS.  A very plcasent wedding took place  on Wednesday evening 23rd inst at the  home of the bridc3.mother, Anaconda  the contracting parties were Miss Ester  Jones and Harry Coutts of Anaconda  the bridstnaid was Miss Carrie Derick-  son and thc groom was supported by  Mr. Edward Werner. Thc ccremouy  was preformed .by Rev. Miller of  Phoenix and was under an Evergreen  arch bedecked with white Roses. Thc  bride looked charming as she appeared  in a blue satin dress.  There were about thirty people  present all the members of the family  and intimate friends from Pcoenix  and Greeuwood. After theiccrcinony  the guests departed to the home of  the groom where an elaborate supper  awaited them, after toasts for health  and happiness of the young couple  the happy crowd broke up about midnight. Thc bride is au estimable  young lady and has a host of acquaintances. Thc groom is a young man of  Stirling integrity we'll known in Greenwood where he has been a resident for  three years. There were numerous  presents. The young couple will make  Greenwood their home.  * % ����si��#����������$$����$����*i-��n(������(  'Greenwood Barber I  HShop^��|  ood Bath Rooms in Connection %  Razors Honed.       ��  FRAWLEY.   :  Proprietor. |  THE  rMw  ThTCBurch of England:  Sale of Work - Dance  1  The Ladies Guild will hold  A Sale of Work  in St. Jude's Hall on Thursday  afternoon   Nov.    28th,  next from 2 to 6 p. m.  SPECIALTY-Tlite for Men.  In the evening there will be  ��UW ARRIVES  THE SAME  DAY AS PUBLISHED  j PER   MONTH  DELIVERED.  i    ; '  '   Now is the^Time to  A   Subscribe   _  H. A.\RIG & CO.,  Agents  ^^/-^^-"^A\^j  CAMP  HcKINNEY  ...HOTEL...  A DA1E  commencing at 9 p. m.  Plea.se  note" date  and keep  it clear.  Econmy with Comfort  What's Your Face Worth ?  Sometimes a fortune, but never, if  you have a sallow complexion, a jaundiced look, moth patches and blotches  on the skin, all signs of Liver trouble.  But Dr. King's New Life Pills give  olear skin, rosy cheeks, rich complexion. Only 25c at Miller PF??-.-"'d J-  I_v White's drug stores.  Commencing October 13th, will  operate  TOURIST SLEEPING CARS  in addition lo usual equipment on   ���  CROW'S NEST SECTION  Leave Kootenaiy Landing  Tuesday and Friday  Conuectingat Medicine Hat with main  line cars on Wednesday and Saturday  for St. Paul via Soo Line and Saturday only for Toronto, Montreal Boston  and international points via direct  j route.  I'or time tables, rates ami  full inform-Aiuii  call ut address nearest local agent.  E. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J. S. CARTER. E. J. COYLE,  . P. A.,Netsu-), U.S.      A-ti.P. A..W .co-.7(.r  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  Ucst  I'mnils  Wines,   T,i<|iiors  Uooil -.tabling.  and  CAMP McKINNEY, B.'C,  Soull. ��na  spuds,  tea"  good  good  K .trdiis -pxideTanii -5^��^fpr7_ia{ife  less extraction o% teeth^ .i_i;Dr^yiaatBy  son's.   -,.-���'. "'���-.  Dont forget jo 'go to tlie  Grocery foir fresh  eggs1,  good mocha aiid Java coffee,  and fresh groceries.  . Allmacher and Wilson are the only  tailors which put the union label on.  Largest assortment of pantings ever  brought into the Boundary at Al-  macherand Wilson's.  Fancy vest's at Allmacher and  Wilson's.' ��� -- -    -'���  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents....  Take your prescriptions to the  Windsor Drug Store, W. E. Anderson,  Greenwood.  ��-.     +!��� .S.-^*!*^.*"  D. WILLSON  CONTRACTOR.  I have bought R. F.  Coates  House  Movinp  equipment and will carry on the Business iu  future.  Brandies :   Grand Forks and Rossland.  Leave orders with Pacific Transfer  Silver Street.  R. P. Rithet & Co.  LIMITED.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  W!M AND SPiftlf  MERCHANTS;/���  ViCTORtA, B.  C.  DO YOU    -  WANT, ANY?  We have a large stock of soc-J  ond-liaud Engines,  Boilers  anj)  Sawmill Outfits..-*"'~-J,'~Deg*.a  tf>.���_--. ���ucsc'riptiou of so-.^   We make a specialty of .bliild-  ing cars of any size or.type to  suit requirements.  We carry a large stock of Belting,    Valves,     Fittings,   Pipe,  Polished Shafting, Injectors.etc.,  for immediate shipment.    y<'  ; We" manufacture Thawing  Points, Wheels and Axles and  everything ;ior' the    northern  ..trade.  ".'''-"'WV.'-also carry in stock a large  stock.-/vf-fit>'?L^J*-^00---*v-:' 3l1 ���oJ:��fe'*'*"  and from No gauge to 7-8 inch  thick.  Boiler Tubes, all si/es,  Pipe up to 10 in.  Steam  Your communications by mail  will be promptly attended to.  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING  WORKS, LTD.  Successors to  Armstrong & Morrison,  /Machinists, Iron founders  ^BlacksmithsrBoilermakers*-  VANCOUVER, B. C.  __  NOTICE.  Estate of Malcolm McCuaisr. late of  Rock Creek. B. C-, deceaseds  The following: property is for  sale: 'h'  1.  Lot 514, Group-1, Osoyoos Division of Yale District, containing  230 acres, situate on the South  side of Kettle River near Ingram^ bridge, (Crown Grant.)  2.  An undivided one-half interest  m Lot 498, Group 1, Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, cou-  taihing* 253 acres, situate to the  Sota'th of Christina Lalce near  Cascade City  (Crown Grant.)  V.  \  3.  An undivided one-half interest  in the\'"Tcazer" miaeral claim  (excepting buildings etc., thereon), sihWtcd at Camp McKinney  near the\Caribob claim, (Crown  Grant.)  TT *  Aii undiviiad one-third interest  iu the "Beafrer"' mineral claim  situated on Wallace mountain on  the West For_*< of Keltic River,  lying between t\c "Bell, "Idaho"  and "Tiger" claims, (Surveyed  and five assessments recorded.)  For Terms and Further Particulars  apply to  Donald G. McLennan,  Greeuwood, B.C. \  or -._"��� ,  For The b. C, Assay &_.  , , , DIRECT IMPORTERS OF  ASSAYERS   AND  MILL   SUPPLIES     -\-    WE  Chemical Supply Co.\yancouver. B-rt^  '7  HAVE   A  COMPLETE  \  I  STOCK OF ALL APPARATUS REQUIRED IN YOUR AS^AY OFFICE  SOLE AGENTS FOR "BATTERSEA"  CRUCIBLES etc, ANDBRAUNS PAT-  DPn li IsT LIN15 C0V.BD \T  SI 'SSA] 7FI.RNACES.  aummto  AND  TRUST CO,, LIMITED LIABILITY,  REPRESENTING :  PHOENIX  FIRE  ASSURANCE CO.,  OF LONDON, ENGLAND-  WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., oftoronW  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  OF TORONTO'1  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASJ3URANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND'  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  OF,TORONTO.  GEO. R NADEN,  Managex  Riverside Nurseries^  .   .   .   GRAND   FORKS,   B. OT  All kinds of fruit trr.es, sbade trees and flowering'  shrubs, roses, berry plants, asparagus' aud; rhubarb  roots, etc. Strong lioine-grown acclimated, stock.*  ��� We   are booking   orders  ior fall planting now.  W-J-^rwfcis. MARTIN BUR-ELUPrpp.    P,O.BOT 33, V.SN, ���Ph.ne25_  -<r


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