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 Greenwood  Metro  is  The  polis.  GREENWOOD,^.���C.-GITRlbAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1901.  No. 9.  mm$y--iit: ���    *'i%y:, ���*. y *  mm  mi-  s .wear is  r, fy Complete and in Many Lines Overstocked.  ��  ��  ��  #  lift  ��  9,  ft  lift  ft  *  THE PLACERS  OF HORSEFLY  ff ..��'���.<-*:!!-.* ���  :���$���;������* ���;������:������!������:��� ���.������������:H'(s.��o<'*':'S'#':'#��***#*!'#J<i*  Science   ^ ���  preserves for us  all things  which  the world has  found.        ���*  Tlie science of  selling clothing  -.; is to sell sucli  ~ ; goods; Ss will  keep for. you all  patrons]   once  INTERVIEW WITH L.   S.  MOULTON  BARRETT WHO IS INTERESTED ?/  IN DIGGINGS  :F:.  He  and  Adolph  Diucker.  ex-M. P.  Wcfi  in  the  Vicinity   Last  Simm.r.  Interesting Description of.the Latest  Cariboo   Eldorado���Mistakes  ih Maps- ���  y"Tliis"store sells  money is to be  ^6Ml7����re*inbt satisfactory.  y������Pl|K;,���������': ������ ���-.������-' ������-���" -��� -' - y  ifi��sol{i:>:by:;Tas...  ^�����afe:to"X)raer, but to Fit.  ��_JMffiI5,,- ��������� -.\.:......       j     .      .  :���!.-,.  :y ��'�����-  .'���'-,--..-;.7M, '. ���        **  |Wi||aji - Overcoat; ��� Suit 1  rfiifli-l Underwear,        I  ffjj$M99'm ii'*'* ii; ���;������;���->f. ���;��� ���;��� 0 k- ���*��� ft ���:. *�����#�����# ���j--**'' $  ^P**B''   ���"'��� '"'��� ��� :  ��� ���  LIABILITY.  PK-. ASSTJRANCE"'cp:;-':' -*:���" -'���  .--...;: 01*'LONbbivyE'KGr.ANr'. ������  ���..._..v_   L"tANCE/    V..O.,    Ol-' TORONTO.  liSiiCA^ ASSURANCE: CO.,  '$mt$*0y'-*'yy ���'��� . .-��� 0F torokto'  .  "^SiyLQNDON AND GLOBE  ���]-|^|fyyA*SSURANel_ CO ,OF X_0N DON, ENGLAND  tlEsTfeN'T,& LOAN CO...  The story sent to eastern newspaper  by a Vancouver correspondent,attributing to Mr. A. Drucker an English  ex-M. P., the recent discovery of a new  p'.acergold field on a creek tributary  to lhe Horsefly River, in- Uie Cariboo  district is, it appears, only a fairy tare.  Knowing that Mr. Drucker, who has  been interested in some mineral claims  near Greenwood for nearly five years,  left Greenwood early last summer -in  compauv with Mr. Iv. S. Moulton Barrett, of this, town, on a trip to the Cariboo, the latter was asked what truth,  if any there was in the statements  connecting Mr. Ducker's name-.-.yi.th  the new placers. That gentleman replied, in effect, that having recieved a  corhmunication from some men who  had taken up leases on the upper main  Horsefly-and which they offered to him  he induced'Mr Ducker to jiccomrany  him for^the-iiiurpose r,f .-iooktSig over  tile. -^jLuivdt-^ They  left Greenwood  "tro^ahe^fei J������ 71'1 a��d sPcllt nearly  two mon^| Jn i the -Horse fly con 11 try.  Mr. Barrett took sonic men in -from  Harpers catti^ and after.testing the  ground secured the leases to about  four miles- ;pf:;upper Horsefly Rivel'.  Two men,: R.T^po'^r^n-an^-J-.-Stifc.  .sky, who .worked<for/hiim whilst trying  the ground he7now. holds, afterwards  went prospecting up the creek which  jcins.lhe -main or south fork of the  Horsefly about two miles.above his  . ground, and -hc.-nadjately.bccninformed  that they.found placer gold in.payable  quantities. He had intendedgding-up  this creek himself befqt'.e,l''-.titrhiHg  from that part of the country but a  cable message recalling Mr. Ducker to  ���England ^ollo:wc'd.'.*iin7.��p.o-there.. .'..so  that their stag- was con'sccfuefiHy Short-  eded a nd :he had to abandon- -his-; inter,  lion to:prospcfct the creeks above'his  leascsj and-Tet-urn with Mr. Ducker to  Ashcroft, whence the latter, went east  on his return to England.  Respecting the country hr-which thc  new find has. been made Mr. Barrett  discr'ibed it as rough, heavily timbered  and little known. It "is reached .by the  stage road from Ashcroft via Lac La  Hache to Harper'scamp,nn lhs ...-'iciuit.y-  of 'which;:.'=���.- the' Horsefly, is situate  tlie property'of the 'Miocene. Gravel  Mining Company of Caribo-), Ltd', of  which Senator Campbell is ti.at.ager.  One of the larger maps of the Cariboo  and surrounding country ptlt lished bj?  KODAKS!  ���Via   have just received a cotuplclc line-  _  ;     G  <&  ���i  ���.  1  <?  is a hittyt ..ad varied one, every line is complete in  itself, and Giuc.ly itrsVclass,0 Not a shoddy article in  any cf 'hyiiocs, They all concede that our stock of  .tics is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices  consistent v.ith the quality of the goods, We would  dislike very'much to be considered the '"cheapest" place  in tovvii, tlcrc arc go many^VEKY CHEAP OENS,  but we do hmk that. we come very near being the  Tsy .ys, and-ieii us what yot. think,    '  th-  provincial  govennncnl. shows the  river   coming   from   the   eastward ..lo.  Harper's as the Stillwater river.   Tins,  Mr. Barrett says, is a mistake, for it is  the main fork of  the  Horsefly.    W'nat,  -���i'-.shown on the same map.as Stilhvaler  "lake is merely a marsh, through which  the Horsefly'river flows.    From  Harper's up to Mr. Barrett's  leased  claims  "is about 45 miles, of which 39 miles are  through  heavy  timber,  and   fqr   this  'distance Mr. Harretfs men.had .to  cu  a trail.   Just below this leased ground  there are falls in the river some 60 feet.  Another way  in   is _ from   Harper's  seven  miies to Horsefly  lake,  ou lhe  Little Horsefly,  thence  up the lake 381  miles,  and  thence over a divide eight'  miles to the main Horsefly. _ The head-'  waters  of the Horsefly  river are on a,  divide  distant  only   aboul   live   miles;  from the Clearwater river, to thc  east-^  ward,, whicli. runs south, and .js. an im'-''  portant branch of the North Thompson]  r . 1      ������������   ���        ...  river.  The formation in the neighborhood;  is chiefly slate or schist,' witli big  quartz ledges, some running across'the'  river and others parillel'-vith it, in  places standing up from the slate,  which has been eroded from the harder  quart-.. The value of these leclgps iiu  uot known, for they have .not yet been*!  prospected. The hills'risiiyg'from the  valley of the river are steep aiuUhighx-  running* to 2,300 or 2.400 feet above  the river and about 6,400 feet above  sea level. They raise above thc-timber  limit, the upper parts to the summits  being covered with thc moss well  known in the Cariboo. The timber is  chiefly white pine, cecTar and hemlock.'  Game is plentiful, including caribou,  black .tail deer, bear���black, shcole,-.  grizzly and cinnamon, whilst martpji,  beaver, otter, wolverine and other fiir  -animals are also here.--There areas  well plenty of duck-, and wild geese,  and, too, fish iu abundance���rrii^b^v  aud silver -trout.. Mr. Bar_rett .states  that 'whcli coming down ��� stream-Ho  Harper's on one occasion he caught 16  trout ranging from two and a half to  five pounds each. ���,_������"'  Tl:c lower Horsefly riv.cr hns long  beeii l.iiown as gold-bear'iiig, the first  -diEcovcry.of -_old..ou. it J.iaying been  niede, so it is stated, in April of 185(.'r  Thc Horsefly Hydraulic Iii in ing- com-;  pany is opening up its mine, for operation on a large scale by-the drifting  and Milling process. From official  publications it is learned that ifi'^to  the close of last year the working ���e:ut'  and tunnel had been driven, about  1,200 feet, and lint 3,165 feet of forking gaugwaps and drifts 'haiS.. .-been  driven ...hrough tl'ie deposits al right  angles to the main Uyvnal. to explore,  block put and opcii ..the auriferous  gravel for extraction by tlie drifting  .process.;.' Dui'ing-'thc progress of open,  iugup the mine for operation by the  drifting and milling process 9,901 tons  of cemented gravel, bedrock, etc.,  mined from the Variou-T'drifts.* were  put through the company's ten-stamp  mill, and produced Sl'1,564.21, an average of about SI 46 per ton. . .  The Miocone Mining'company had  when the last report \yas published  sunk a shaft a depth of 5.5.0 feet to bedrock. ' At that depth "a ''tunnel was  driven 500 feet and fromlhis a short  upraise reached the main* channel,  which gave much promise of yielding  a deal of gold. The result of the operations during the season no',*, closing  has nol^yetybeen   made public," The  Horsefly Gold "MinIiig_ company V.a's*  also been doing effective work in this  neighborhood. Last season il spent  about 513,000 iu opening up its ground  and  towards thc close, of thc season  KNOCKING  THE KNOCKER  MR. E- J.\C0BS GIVES SOME SENSIBLE ADVICE TO  SH0UTERS  OF  BLUE RUIN  What the Monetary Times Has to Say  Regarding Mr.  Clergue's Ventures  Talks Sense to His Critics-Boundary's   Development    Has   Been  Healthy.  E,. Jacobs, the well known newspaper correspondent has sent the  following communication to the  Times.  Thi. Editor: Yesterdays mail  brought me a copy of the Toronto  "Monetary Times" of 1st. inst., in  which I read, with much interest, the  concluding portion of an account of a  visit to Uie Sault Ste. Marie industries  in which conclusion the writer made  " a series of reflections on the meaning and use" of what he saw in the���to  the eye of many���uninviting country  lying immediately north of. Lake  Superior. The article is too long to  here quote in full'rbut in view of the.  disposition evinced in cetraiu quarters  to "knock" the mining and  -.melting  Municipality of the City of  Greenwood;  7  Notice is hereby given'that  beiiig-lhe -anniversary--' of- -the.  birth    of    His-'' -li-SstTg-racious-,  " Majesty,'  King Kdward;V:.lI,:.the  same is        *"!   "' *��� ;���"* ���"-   '���' '-  somfe very rich gravel   was cncountei  ed, S7.000 having been recovered from  500 cubic yards of gravel. Other claims  are being operated,  on a smaller scale,  with promise of profitable returns.    It  would seem,   therefore,  from  the fact  that  much  gold   i:' known to be 111 the  lower part of the liver,   there  is  good  j rear-on   to anticipate   that   the   upper  j creeks   thai*   feed   it. "should   be   well  I worth extensive and  systematic   prospecting.  I Holi  .  and it is requested that all places,  of business be closed until five-  o'clock in thc evening.-  ! Ocean Sailing St. Lawi-.-ace Route,  i Passengers for the old country desiring to travel vii thc direct and  ! comfortable St. Lawrence rmita should  j note the following sailings for the  I Allan and Rider-Dempster Lines which  I are the last for the season of l'.Ol from  j Montreal lo Liverpool  S.   Tuni.-'i-  t?C  7*.  U; VV I  TKE  i an Nov. 7th. Lake t.imcoe Nov. 8U1,  ! Lake Manitoba, Nov. latly Corinthian;,  I Nov. 16th, Lake Ontario Nov. 22nd.  j The Tunisia-), Corin'.hian, Lake  ! Siincoc and Manitoba aue new 10,000  j ton   steamers  and  rank  equal  to  the  ��� ' crack  liners  from  New York.  j application should be made  to  nearest  I C. P- Railway agent  to i_:sun* aceonn-  :   modation ou these popular ships.  fern  ft ? B  J!  *  i ami  :i .ii.I .t-piilv of Kori-ik Sundries-. 1'ilni .  Pai-crs. I'rlntinjr l-'ratnc!.. KedSampi-. Tipniils. ���  I TJ-ays. unil  all'the developers etc. in comnimi j ...  ! us'i-.   Wc'will aUo liavc rcadv our dark- rmjiu in I ut  iudusteries of the Boundary district in  particular and indeed of the Province  in general; it appears to me probable  that there are mai.y who like myself  will feel encouraged to persist in having faith in our district and province  if they read the more pertinent of the  ���'icflections" alluded to, so I quote  them as follows: ���  ''No one sees what we did and hears  explanations of the gradual and natural evolution of these industries, the  one from the other! is likely to have  any  patience   with  thc  people���there  are such  people who say:     All  very  liiiic iiodouVd, MrClergue  is  a clever  and adventurous man, an optimist,who ^ ^  bores with a large auger,  and  spends j ��*  money  like  water.     But  the eastern  capitalists he has behind him, putting  up their ��15,000.000 or more, are among  thc very shrcweest and most hardhead^  cd people in the states.   They, or some  of them, visit these works once a ye.-ar,  some of them probably of tenet*.     Is  it  conceivable   that   such men as  those  would  continue,   year   after   year,  to  Early   invest the -money  of  themselves  and  others if they were not  either  getting  returns now,  or satisfied that  the  returns   will   come?        Besides,   whose,  business is  it but their own  whether  the Clerguc syndicate make  money or  not?   It ill becomes  any Canadian  to  j should say:    Behold ! .here lis  naught.  j Scrubby    woods���weather-beaten,   un-  I lovely rocks; these to the  utiinstructcd  i eye, are-all there is to it.   But the pros-  j pector,  the   miner, the scientist   discover in   such   elements   minerals of  j both  use  and  beauty   *   *   *   These  ' things    being,   demonstrated,    along  comes the capitalist in his  turn,  and  puts up.his money to transform  them  in,to merchantable commodities, yielding him so much  per cent.     All this  cannot go on   without  benefitting  the  country.       These   people   buy    food,  machinery  arid clothing  from  us and  employ our citizens.     If   the  usufruet  of the capital so used goes in  part  out  of Canada, it is a pity; but Canada and  Canadians  meanwhile benefit enormously by the expenditure of  this capital."  :. Of course similar reflections are only  in part   applicable   to   the   conditions  obtaining in this district, yet they  do  in sufficient degree to have considerabl  force here.   But  we  need  not depend  upon others for encouragment through  this our lime   of   building   up .      We  have much to justify the faith that isin  us; oiir faith in our mineral resourscs.I  shall non now dwell ou  the progress  the province as a  whole  has made  in  this connection, but shall  con ii ine my  'reference to the  general  progress  of  ;'the mining incustre  to simply  direct-  'ing attention once again   to  the great  "advance in total 'value  of its mineral  production that has been made  in   ten  iyears.   In 1891     the     total     value of  minerals produced in British Columbia  * was $3,521,102; in 1895 it was $5,643,042  whilst in 1900 it reached  the comparatively    large    total   of    316,344,751.  These figures   tell   their   own   tale of  material progress.  The-progress of the Boundary district,.thou gq, concerns us more  nearly,'  so I shall endeavor to use it as a set-off  to the insinuations of the  "knocker".  Prior to  1900 practically no ore  had  been sent out from  the  mines'of the  district.    During the first half of that  year production was on.a  small scale,  total   shipments   having    been    only  about 4,000 ton's, and not a single ton.  smelted iu the district, but early in the  second half progress was fairly entered  Upon",''*irid-bjr".the:clqsco_Tthc.year: the  'oiitj. lit of'.llie district '���: aggregated 97,-  741*'toi-S| bf which quantity 62,387 tons  were1 smelted at.the. Granby. company's  smeller at Grand Forks.    In  February  of the' current  year  the British  Columbia' Copper company's smelter,  at  Greenwood, commenced operations and  thereafter  both- .production and.local  treatment      substantially  . increased,  until today we have good  reasons to be  ���proud of tiie progre(*s niade, the output  of  tli'^i-"-^i'���tl-e-^7p.E_-���.1^c.;"dIst_rict', ^Tof  ten  monfl-s "td! October 31st  having been  '305;868-'tbtis. of which 280,456;tons were  Vhielted'.-ft  the two district .smelters.  True -there1 have?..been   and   still   arc.  drawbacks  and   disappointments,, but  these are inevitable in a  new ooiintry.  Yoii,'sir,  like  myself,  have been   associated- with  the development of the  district since  its days of small things  when-.we came into it nearly live years  ago,-so  you  have  aii" intimate knowledge, of its  vicissitudes.    But admit-  ting.tliat it has had its down*;  as well  as   its   ups,   you   can   appreciate the  force of   iny "cbntenttoii   that   it has  made very substantial progress on  the  whole.     It particular one great pcint  has been   gained,  viz., that  not only  have   the  mining   companies learned  that operations must be on a very large  scale to make the enormous bodies of  low grade ore characteristic of the district yield  profitable returns, but two  or three of t*hem are already adapting  themselves to.the conditions, and herein  lies our chief hope, "knockers" to  the contrary notwithstanding.  Let me, in conclusion, adapt to our  own case the closing "reflections" of  Hie writer I have already somewhat  SMITH CURTIS  WAS HERE  THE EX-MINISTER OF MINES VISITS  GREENW00D-H1S BREAK W1TH||  t MARTIN    ' .v-ll  yy:^t-'^-:y.  iefused to Follow His Leader When  the Latter Deserted His  Principles  To  Worship   The    Dunsmuir    Millions-Wants Liberal Convention  Held,  ���-��� Hon Smith Curtiswas in the cityon..-:':  Monday and Tuesday last.    He- is  the y.  same Smith.Curtis earnest, enthusiatic.;  affable, interesting.   He forced Joseph  Martin.into  a progressive policy,.a ni  ���.  stuck to it, while Joseph  changed his _p  boat and worshipped theDunsmuir;mil- **|  lions.   Mr. Curtis is probably.,the7mpsty.|  .interesting figure in provincial politics y|  today.    Always  a strong friend ;atidy  warm  supporter of Joseph   Martin-he;-  took off his coat  and fought for himV  after    he   was   called by   Lieutenalnr^''  Govenor Mclnnes to   form a; govern'y  ment.   The result  is known.     People 7  admired Mr. Curtis for,,his eloquence-.7  and logic in proclaiming sound  political  views",  but they  could not, follow .  him in his worship of Joseph; Martin.  Time demonsirate'd   that   the people-  were right and it says muchyfor7M_v;;   :si.,^^     ���  Curtis honesty and integrtylhat when ;.v:||^^^  hefoun.1 Joseph  Martin was playing    ������>���=���-���-<��*���****  false he stuck by the people and deserted his quondam leader.  The split between ;Martin-;and'Cur'tis7p|i��pp  discloses as raw a case of base ingrati--'^;|g||^  tudc as it it possible to find;:--y Dunilg ^y^sg:^  the campaign of 1900 when friends'arid^S^^��  L       ^ -'���':���':.-��� _.---, * 1   ���.j-y;vy-^_&:i&\%t&  i  'tyyytym  he will always adYOcate,rthe^;,pri|..w,i.;ii^^  cjpalcs enimerated "iu this';|piatiori^^^^^^^  But Joseph deserted snch Jo^^rietl^7|iJ^^^S  to follow whom? The veryy"mieiiywI0^S^^|-*~  voted want of confidence in'^iartinvio^s^g!  the house and petitioned ^the.^aurieirS;^:^^.  government to behead Mcln_ies:'"7f6r-;>SS^3  daring to make Joseph Martin" his  premier. Martin to-day worships the  millions of a man who if he had rriomv^  would never raise above the mouth..c[f��  a coal mine.Under thc circumstances ity  is not surprising that Mr. Curtis seper-j.7  ation from his former leader should be '  fflomplete. Mr. Ciu'tis believes; thaty  the Dnnsmuir- government vrill .gx��7  down to defeat. . He hopes, that, a:Tfau-y  redistribution bill will be passed'i>efore7  an election comes on. Iii hisy6piriiojn7S7'yf7|.f3  there should be three 'meml)e'rs.';':in''. tH^*gSy;*^*3gj|  Rossland riding with its population pt;'777f-yi5y|  over 14,000, Rossland being. the..;centi-eS;773777l/��  of one. Grand Forks the other jand^y^^Sl^  Greenwood the.other. Mr.^Curtii.y��i_A^7'i^S^  strongly in favor of a Liberal\.cpnve:bf7i7y,ii^S|<'  tion at the earliest possible .dife-_s^.j_^?l^_.'3^^  * 1_ *_    .���_._. ��� _-.".-_   ���*    -'ti_-_        ���-. 1 ��_ *-.y_.*-1        V_ ^- Gr*^*msm '   ' m~m _nj _____��V i...['*'���''��� --> ".���.-".'���VV.-.'''';., '  Continued on Page 4.  ���wobblers   can be  placed b-;fore  tnertt-_  like"MaYfmyviir"l_ave"a"_i^^  to get them in. Mr. Curtis believes thjity  the Liberals of the interior -who  are  practical)- a Unit on this quetiori should '  protest against unecessary delay. .  He was busy inquiring into the needs,  of the districts, he hopes to be able to:  visit Greenwood again before the sitting of the house. 7   7 7   ....  Pool table for sale or  rent.   . O. I. C.  2nil Hand Store.  s^^0*o#��#6-����*##��-!��##**!'���!*���:���**������)&*��? ���*.���>��*.'���:�����*��������!'����'*���)��������*��.��.*<.#��  �� __.-.-"���#  ��  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9.  9  *  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ft  ft.  "��  ft  ft  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS  The tonnage of Ore shipeed ly  Boundary District   mines   during October      *J  so far as Ins been ascertained .rom the mines is as unlcr':                                         A<*  mini:. toxs.  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group ...                         19 917  Mother Lode  8 230  15. C  3 557  Snowshoe ���'���  295  "Winnipeg                       165  King Solomon                       610  No. 7  180  Sunset   50  Jewel  290  ; a fcx days whicli will be ope'n to all anicalnrcrs ' 0j- sUirerers have   .iroveil   tlieir   matcn  free of cl-aryo  ThatThrohhing Headache     ___   .  Would quickly leave you, if you used   n,Kl fault with  people who put  their . ft  Kind's New Life Pills. Thousands '   ' *"*  cause them to blossom. - i  "The testimony of thc rocks is prov-  ."V-  l��QMPANY- LIMITED. ,  own moiiev into our waste places  and j 9  ft  a  S ics merit fur Sick anil _ 'cryous' Jleaci- j "The testimony 01 tne tocks is i__��.v- | ft  Kichc*. They niake \-i\ro blood and J ing what riches.we have in north2r.11 I 9  \ build up your ""health:    Only -2.5 cents.   Ontario.  KOOXS, STATIC SERY,  WALI/  I'L'TKH. J"__?n? V  Only  3.S cents,  j Mor.cv   liack if not   cured.      Sold   by  ��� ��� 1 Miller nro5 and J. L, White druggist's  It is hardly wounderful that j |  Total. .-  Shipments during 1900 and for 10 rrn  were as follows :  Old Ironside? and Knob Hill Group.  Mother Lode   Ii. C   City of Paris   Golden Crown   "Winnipeg   King Solomon   ' Athelstan   Carmi...;     t-.noy.shoe ,,   lirooklyn  .:--.-   JCWCl      ?...:....-....:.,...:. .>:...   K. Bell*-..:..?'. _....>.:.:.....:..., :   NO. ?! l.t..:..r..y.....:.., -    Sundry shipments.....     Sunset..  :....    Total...,;:..  .--' -'   Grand Total to date  .. 33 294  ar ending Oct. 3.1st,  1900  1901  64 535  187 890  5 564  70 329  l'J 4'.4  65 656  2 000  2 240  1 100  _ .775  1 210  1 200  550   ,;.  885  338  734  150  160  480  ............  ��� i.- //o  1 000  700  .; . . ���  450  98 781;  330 434  tf  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  f>  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ft  ft  ftft  tt  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  ftft  ��  ft  ft  ' *  -ft  ft  ft  ��  many people of no imagination, seeing ig  -. ~      -  that rugged   coast   line of Superior,' e*��ft��#$ftft'*e*Sftft��*****S****9**^ "■-.
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Barristers and Solicitors,
Notaries Public, Etc.
Offices: Kadcu-Flood block. Copper street,
Greeuwood, B.C.
J. R. Brows. J. P. McLeod.
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Offices:   Greenwood, B. C.
also J, A. UnsworUi's Store, Midway, B. C.
Civil and Mining Engineer
Provincial Land Surveyor,
greenwood, b. c.
Mineral Claims Reported upon.
Underground Surveys.
Civil Engineer,
Dominion    and] Provincial
Land Surveyor.
B.   O.
Provincial Land Surveyors
Mining and Civil Engineering.
Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted
Land and Engineering Surveys
XV. A. BAUER, CE., P.-.S. />• E. ASHCROFT C.E :F-.LS
Wood   Block,  next dour   to   Custom. office
Boundary   Valley   Lodge
No. 38, I.O.O.F.
MEETS every Tuesday
/   \   _"rcninir   at  S.OC  in
tlieir lodge room at  Masonic  liall.    A  c.rdial
"-.-nation is extended lo all ..oiotiniing  bre.li-
en, D.iV, MacKex/is." H G
Vi. Iii.sox, K__. Sec -> •
K.   OF  P.
meet!- every Wednesday eveiiius at 7:30
iu lie Masonic hall. Greenwood. Sointiriiiug
brethren cordialh- invited. M. I.kkhbh. C. C.
A. D. Halli.t, Iv. K. & S.
ers Union Nxi. 117, iiiiels I'nst and third
Tuesdays of each month at Union Hall. Visiting^ nusiiibers in good standing cordially
Roukkt G. Wood, Chas. Dahnkax,
President. Secretarv.
\fy/m D. WILLSON
I  have'bought R.  F.   Coates   House  Moving
equipment and will carry ou the Business in
future. ...
, j.    Branches:   Grand Forks and Rossland.
' Leave orders with Pacific Transfer
Silver Street.
meekly Gime$*
. Issued every Friday
Greenwood Times Printing & Publishing
^=-___,-__-_-:.,___ jCp ra pa n y,. Li m lie d.'
Duncan Ross..
 Manauixc. Editor.
Coi.17.muia Telephone : No. 40.
V-sxox & Nelson Tki.kphonk No. 29.
Pr.u  Year   ....$ 2 00
Six Month!.   1 2_
l-'KIUAY. NO V._MI_I_I.   S. 1.01.
Tiik Province superciliously   brings
to   task   lhc newspaper.- of lhc interior
,r tlieir abuse of the government and
llieir clamoring for appropriations.
The Province is un odd mixture. What
is not yellow in iis make up is moss-
covered. The yellowness was imported into the country anil the moss was
acquired by hobnobbing -with railway
corporations who vra.nt no competition
aud willi representatives of pocke.
boroughs who are quilt*, satisfied with
things as they ure. The hope of thc
province is in the interior and the it*-
terier newspapers. The trouble is not i
that they have fought too much but I
that they have not fought enough. Why j
should the papers of the interior not
continue to criticize the government
and clamor fir a. pruprialious. Ju
spite of governmental ricgleo!, in spite
ol coast Mossbackistn that has mantled
every government tlie province has
Ua-5,   the interior lias develc  >ed until
today it is the province. It has'the
weaUh, the industries, thc population.
Just as Soon as it can make its strength
felt there will be nothing the matter
with British Columbia. Premiers with
iprivate interests to protect and with no
ability for administration and henuh-
men who are legislators because Ihfey
are servants of big' corporations will
be relegated to oblivion. There will le
no further legislation in private interests. Statenianship uot wealth will
reign and the wonderful natural resources of the province will be properly
Why should the papers of the interior
not clamor? Clamor not only foi
appropriations, but. clamor for|business
methods in the expenditure of money.
When they see men who have invested
thousands of dollars in mines in British
Columbia returning to England to tell
others seeking investment, that they
have good mine, that it would pay big
returns on their investment, but that is
is unless to them since the government
spent S79.O0O in an attempt to build a
road that should have cost about $12,-
000 and the road was never built and
that the government not judging by.
results but by the amount of money
expended refused to build the road,
they certainly have a right to clamor.
The interior newspapers are simply
voicing the views of the interior. If it
would any good they would not only
clamor, they would swear at the stupidity and the selfishness and the mossbackistn of the government of British
It seems a pity that the interior
papers should attempt to arouse sleepy-
coasters and the newspapers like the
Province, but the interests of the province are of more important than
equanimity of those who believe that
the province stretches no further east
than tidal water. When the ititeri £
gets fair representation there will I e
no further need for clamoring.
betransfered to the" reserve fund, mak
ing it £6,083, and that a further dividend be paid on the ordinary shares at
the rate of 8 per cent per annum, a
makiug a total distribution of 8 per
cent for lhe whole yea..-, of the sai_.eas!
that paid fot 1899-1900, and leaving
about 067 to be carried forward.
Arrangements have been made to connect Victoria with Nanaimo, a very
busy colliery centre, and communication is expected to be established early
in November. Thc board have considered it dcsiirable to make and issue of
2,000 ordinary shares, at par, to provide for these extensions and improvements. It is furthef statad that dilrmg
the past year the profits have been
adversely affected \>y the competition
of another company working inland in
the mining centres adjacent to the international border. A joint contract
has now been entered iuto between
this company and an American company (with which this company has a
•reciprocal working agreement) of the
one part, and the competing company
of the other part whereby the interest
of the competing company in Canadian j
territory will be taken over by this;
company, and those in the United
States territory by the American
A very quiet but pretty -weddii g
took plnee last Thursday at the English
church-, Greenwood*, when T. J. Kelly
of Midwiy was united in marriage to
Miss Maraget Young, of Denver Colorado. The ceremony J was preformed
by Rev. W. A. Robins, M. A. After
the marrage ceremony wat preformed
the happy couple diove by private rig
to their home at Midway, the Midway-
brass band turned out to welcome Mr.,
Kelly to her new home.
Mr, Kelly, although only a resident
if Midwa.y .of a short time, has made
j a host of .fiends*, with whom The
Advance •_<._&<_ .'A wishing Mr. and
Mrs. Kelly a long life of continued
Bring me your prescriptions to fill
Precision, Exactness, quality and right
prices rule. W. E. Anderson, Phm., B.
Windsor House Pharmacy.
By larrhrg and feathering J. M.
Haggerty thc citizens of Loomis took
the very best means of damning their
town and the mining dislrieJUsiirrouncl-
ing it. A garulous individual namid
Haggerty told thc Spokesman-Review
all he knew about the Palmer mountain
tunnel and the company operating the
same. Evidently there was considerable truth iu Haggerty's statements
since il is the truth that hurts aud the
citizens pf Loomis were hurt to such
an extent that they met together and
upon Haggertg's arrival from Spokane
they tarred and feathered him.
Probably those responsible for the
outrage consider themselves good
citizens of the country in which they
reside. They are not. They are
training for the society to- which Czol-
gosz belonged. Disregard for the laws
of the Republic is anarchy in Loomis,
Wash., as well as Buffalo, New York.
It is such acts as that of the Loomis
lunatics that bring opprobrium on the
laws of the United States and make
such a sharp contrast between conditions on the other side of the line
and jn Uiis country.
By their conduct, the citizens of
Loomis have given what will be generally accepted by the investing public as
conclusive evidence that the statements
of Haggerty were right. The Palmer
Mountain Tunnel company must now
shoulder the responsibility for the
misconduct of those false friends who
look such violent measures to call
gcueial attentions to Hnggerty's statements, The company must now prove
that Haggerty was wrong or stand
convicted of making false reprcscuta-
tions-co the public.
Spreads Like Wildfire.
When things are "the t_est" they
become "the best selling " Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleville,
O., writes: "Electric Bitters are the
best selling bitters I have handled iu
20 years." Yon know why? Most
diseases begin iu disorders of stomach,
liver, kidneys, bowels, blood and
nerves. Electric Bitters tones up the
stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and
bowels, purifies the blood, strengthens
the nerves, hence cures multitudes of
maladies. It builds up the entiJJ.
system. Puts new life and vigor into
any weak, sickly,. rundown man o
woman. Price 50c. Sold by Mille
Bros , and J. L. White druggist's
Astondin_. Discouvery.
From Coopers ville, Mich., comes
word of a wonderful discovery a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by any one troubled with
a bad cough always ensures a good
night's rest. "It will soon cure the
cough too," writes'Mrs. S. Himelberger
"for thrae generations of our family
have used Dr. Kittg's New Discovery
for Consumption anl never found its
equal for Coughs and Colds." It's an
unrivaled life-saver when used for
desperate lung diseases. Guaranteed
bottles 50c and $1' do at Miller Sros.,
ind J
lies irce:
L. Whit's drug store.   Trial bot-
.  -.1 .Tr,"--
Ci_rars and Tobaccos,
Comfortable Club Rooms.
Copi»kk Street, Two Dooks  Bllo**.
Rendeij.  Corner
Bir nisfred Rooms
TO Lit
One front room very convenient for
an office. Also one furnished bed
room, situated corner Gold and Washington streets.     Enquire of
now ready.   Orders for cut flowers taken
»**« *Zi\*9S9&S«Mf°
•      liC *. S$x\"
9   _ * -."Cspi-      *
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_JV-  ,»,-
"Shelf H^ftirar^1
y i
y"*j.P 5- «-*_'' v*-*-*%>£       . ..
-_ Tf.    -
and 'Provisions.
To my. premises below Midway a
light bay horse, branded on left
shoulder,. f.-ur white feet and white
strip on face. If not called for the
same will be sold to pay for keep and
cost of this advertisement.
A. E. Horridge.
Midway, Oct. 1st, 1901.
Go to Anderson's pharmacy for
drugs, toilet, articles, sponges, soaps,
perfumes, etc., Greenwood.
and Kodak Supplies.
A   Pull   Line   of  Photographic
Goods always iu Stock.
Films, Mounts,   Plates, Tipods,
Cameras, Etc.
Upis For ih. MM um
A kki'orm wave has struck Grand
Forks and the fiat has been issued that
booslci'i, tin horns and demi-moude
must go. Fortunately the census of
lhe city lias been taken.
R.P. mthet k Co*
IW . ,— -____
Afrii)   CIGARS.
Near thc C -rner of Government and Greenwood
- -•'•....:.- ......    streets.— . ■
y-..-f.c-ure_..of^ mi Kinds nf carbonated. Beverages
Sole A stents for THE LION BREWING CO.. Rossland. B. C.
Tlic Ij-i_i;csl Tl.ewery in l.r'tisli Columbia,
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
..Bank of Montreal.
Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.
*>*•?. -. ■
"■'v^'-'vhwVim!'  9
Famly Porterhouse or a
Tenderloin, T. Bone, Top
derloln and Mutton CWm
alaj-flsfiTanfMlirfc,'-' 7
■ *   •& i
■ -.da
President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,
Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drdmmond.
General Manager :   E. S  Clocston.
Branches in London, Eng. .JduJVcSS^l New York, Chicago. ^
Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an
Tra-vellers' Credits, available in any xart'of the. world. ^—r:r"~"-. "~t
Greenwood Branch,    F. J. FINUCANE^Manager.
Attention !
We have opened out a
Tailoring Establishment on Copper street,
opposite the Rendell
j    block.
I  Make a Specialty of
j    Ladies' Tailoring.
Established 1836.     lt.corpooa.ed by Royal Charter-
Capital, ^l,000,000-$4,866.66.
Reserve Fund, ^350,000-$l,703,333.33
Branches and agents in  all the  principal cities  of   Canada and the
United States, and. correspondents in all parts
of the world.
Greenwood Branch:  W. C. H- BELT, Manager.
V.& N. Announce They Will Later Take Ove
Columbia Interests.
That lhc Verijoti and Nelson we e
interested in thc deal with the Columbia
Telephone company is evident from
the annual report of thc British Columbia Telephones Limited the parent
company operytinj; the telephone lines
in this province. The annual innctinj,'-
was held recently in London Kny.. aud
thc reports and accounts for the twelve
months ending Jtuul 30tl_ were presented.
During the period under review (he
profits, including the balance brought
forward, amounted to /_.!_,35<.. Out of
this sum the directors have already
paid __.'4,1S6 au account of debenture
interest, preference dividend, and interim dividend on the ordainary shares
and l^ey uo'v rgcouiiucud that 4'2,000
are all this season's and
we guarantee style and
workmanship perfect.
Prices Are Reasonable
Merchant Tailors, Copper bt.
H- STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal.
J. ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal.
ill llll
.; yy.:,«y
Is what they all say about
With Which is IncorDorated.the
Capital, $8,000,000.       ■[-.    Rest, $2,000,000
3     HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B, E.WALKER, General Manager
FRED ROY, Broprietorr^
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j* Impossible   to cut the  facerj^sha^s^y
mu easily, quickl}- and cleanly,   (yy-
jtj Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly^'led.
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I McLennan,   McFeely   &
4» Wholesale Hardware Merchants*
4* 122 Cordova Street,                                            VANCOUVER. B. C.     4"
*-£» t   ' ..   .       «2»
Greenwood Liquor lo! :
m   Wholesale Dealers in Liquors and Cigars.     P Line Glass-   H
m .-,..:.- y,  .           ■"■'%&
'M ware and Bar Supplies, y \
x^'^z'-Mi'ilZ'-&St^^^ ' t&   C__^*S!_rss^?^?^5^Sft__^2&.?¥P!'
P %���-  ���a*  -*_**���*.  jSB  msj.'  THB GREENWOOD wWtY TIMESl  .   m *.  YMs-  _._. a. cttiiejmtt^rute of  Rn .lie Kettle n&tt flllsl-ns Blvi-  ���-. Plovl3e_ofJBmlS*i ColumtJM,  afty dthfer p.rSoi dr persons intcrest-  _, . alm'."}g Any title iWhe "Queen Bess"  '.erfli filalm, situate WL&M Ukc CPml!  ^THrirleriy cdlltJ GolJ i|jj$Lfea-flp,l in tiie  . -Sid Kettle Rive. ...ining wVlSlpn'.'  lKltll  ���hitiidrcd (lollar^vjipon tlic   .ml 'On a���uB(,<>^  mlnei il t-.l,iim, .nut ��2 otrfm icuikIiii^t lli-SsaiUQ.  a. tMll   ipijn.ir b\ a Cortili. i'i   of    Woi CH't^i  'corded on the I3tli .111*116, I'MI, i 11 thc ofliee of Uio'  i.llnliiy iLLotilet (t and Miitnli. PI.ImUI it  Ul'LUI'-.�����>_( itfl.t"=a>.1( III oliVi t 1 hold tin siul  Uoli'l iimlit tliu piij.ihiiii.'Mil ��.ii;ilo>l 2�� of tlio  ���Mineral Act", Htteli l._ini.' tliu itillotilil ��� l'e-  ijutred ttltd ilflccss:lr\- ll. Hold' tlic fealii claim for  t|p_ veil. cildiMi- Uii* Ist dav of Jlll'v; 1.01; and  if :tl tli** cK|)ll'-ilili'li of niiily ciil.v'i of i>'U>,it'-tfl'.n  ���Of this iiolici- vou fall ol- .-'ii.-' lo-Ulllfibllli'  rtiin-)ln*>)|)ortloit Uf Uic t^pl'iulii ure-r *i<'ii*,n-<l  l|t|ilbi- ilu- "j.iifl i-.cl.liUit 2. of; the _"_qi'ii-i:'t!'Act-'?  k'-*i>llic'l- wltli.au fc-Sis. ofi -aMv-ii'ti .in*., 'iyiiir  III li'i list in Said Clailit "illair bl-."nil. vt-s lf.il iii  the said 1'riiul. 13. Goettet* ami '.Wi (1> ��� MeM.ilil.  \ on r co-owncr.s] unrii tr'suction 4 oft lie "Mineral  ~~Xi~r"'"*i-~r^_.     t     t      ���  Uatcd'ot (fcri-fiinvo-d, a.yrcsakl, lli's"*-tii u:y'  ol Aiiff^A.tD.,'I')0I.'     .     :   , :     "       -���;     ���  'VJ-.VNK'is. COi-Ta'KK,  -V,'. U. MCMYNN..   Mgffiri  To Sam BrcslJtt-Y-,  Kourietta-^lfc  B(.avciton-_j^i.t-H!#  UMoa-.iiWtm**2  i .i_l. tfOj!  on UicJIgMJ  I'l-itrentonp-;  Jt of  ae  Rlv  Clal  it  c Ktyerrriuuuuj. "jDI-  2w*f        ���    "--*?,�� -  J. h't"iU cn'tsctl to lio ftcfFie  ,(35.111 ilauti, -limited in-m  tU.Ri.er Mnnnf. t-iVl.toli  ,v Moik lM-uireil by Sutton  jm��,.M(>Kci-!}jvA" Ait, frit- lliu juir-\vln_li litis  . \p}l<.r@5"t��t}.lfivjt. t'-itJt'll-lcd to'siu li worl. and  tru rtjSQwwg.'fli'* I'-jiimuilLS thcrt'Of (he mi.h  Dollms )iml ilf-J*  Cents  ,ou v  ,���..     __     ��� etftemg  imn J un* te_t'4s'isttk1 -mniirnl PltM.ri^'bb-ill l"  lf-tlilato36iTiSt.nJe.ns proMdetlT-y tjo ��� Alui-iui  ,_(t-AI)i(iKlmpr_8>Act,'V__0'"  <-t ���_$"  l*iitM 1 Un 1 otli dit$ oi Jul>, Ipl.  "���'���'���^HXISU--. I'll I IMS  HE PRICE-  __1  VPM.  BRtWER, Al. E ,   SUGGESTS  A COURSE THAT WOULD AFFEGT  ACTION OF TRUST��.  of the countries I have mentioned vJY.o  is competent '-o complete statistics aud  ���ascertain bcyotut a.xxy doubt the quantity .at-d character of lead/copper; iron  a'tfc- Stc'el proditcta which tbe markets  of the (-?r_cn..:de.fi.and, Witli these  statistics gathered tiiicffif the auspices  of the government, aud inc1o_'s'">d by  the govern merit, then British Columbia  is in a position to present for the at-  tenion of the capitalists statistics  showing the demand as well as statis-  .���'..���.      . j tics showiut. V    production,   tfanspor-  He   RCCOmmeillJs   That   AtarkefS  f(Jf J tatioii facliUes from the interior of thc  " coas{,-ai_d from the coaat to the  ports  ^  British  Columbia  Found  Copper   be  MINERAL ACT.  t_. Ci Pre.  To iojiil iayeiu. of Grand Forki  Mintr:  'You art1 l'.clvLy iiolKic-ll.tiiilt i lt:i\-c (.-.Njn-tiiird  ltilalioi- and ini]>roveiiK-iils mi  tin- '-A iii.rk'ail  Hairlu"' minPi'al claim, Minute in HKylarkctuni',  la the Keltic  Hiver  Miiiinjf   l)i\i>i��u  of Yale  District, tlic sii:m of On,; 11 uml red   Dollars and  S-..U for.i'-ccordiny  I lie _-��11: i_,  .m-li  lielnir  lln-  aimiuiit ._(|iiii'(.-il and m-i-i-nsary I 1 llol,I tin1 ��:tid  claim fur tho year i-mUity tlic 2nd day of July  1 'Jul. under the provisions o( lile. ".Mineral Act'1  anil Aitiundiii-f Acts; and if at the 0..0Iration o[  llini-.ty il.iys fi'oin lliu ilale of  tlu:  lirr-l pul-lict-  ��� lion of.this notice  In  tile. (.!ri\-lnvlt��<l  Wii-i.ly  TIiih-sV"1' f-'"1 01' refuse lo contribute your |>.o- j  (in     11 < f  .11.1)       J "II llllll       11    ii     \   -llll     11  ^    hi    \tilh    ill   co t..     f     1 1   _i  i-.|uf     \_iil  lllV   CSl    111       llll    lillllci tl   Lltllll   Mil 111    l.lLIIlllt  lun-lcd In mi hont tolii \net I iijIjii llliny 111 th  \x ipil offiti In t tut boh ll (llli. tfUii iMlliiluircl  b Si.tlou lot tlio '��>H2^1'Avl"jWtiditu,iit  ItTOi ��� ^fS'si        v       ?   :,  ed  .th*ilar^is^>Veiill'o.fl%i       * 1   i--!t     .,.i,^.,Tr.2y.__.wfcit..���fcs._. c__-* ���  ice'^poRfeiture.  ...'��M  a*_'S;.V  ^'ffcA-B",.::;*  ���.���������J^^l'   '���;  ''tke'  -aln ill C llo.fman   toth d.  9D3ltar.  111 i|ic State of Wasli  St-  (j.t)\ not lied Ui tt 1   Iiiic-.-.-k.ikI'.'I  rl luipi o^Liiu ills nn tilt.    \Ik.  Iimi sun 't- 111 Smith s c imp  1   Mliiite DiMsiyii ol"_ ilo  ^ortiinbi i, to c^flnl is iij ��s*  linn, a? will   i] pi 11   1)\   1  ucoid.d  2 .irt   M iich   t*t)i  ILuiiiur Kclo du foi tin 111 I  ) \I-I011 1 I    ..ilu_.l��iii-1  Tilm uml 1 tlu 1 foils jils  Jim r il AU    sulIi  In mt,  TrfliaU UjO, siul iliuii f  1  jt.11.lr I'll     ~  J!?\Iiiiii ot'nid-n   of publi  if.ul oc telm-i. to Lou  nf ll]0���e.\p_iHltUire 1.  ifjpih' 1 ��ith .ill cost .  (.IC-l,   1.1   -Ud 1 lei ill  &\tx  suhh-iibi-i lum of  ���il I of UicJMlncr ll  I  tills -.(Hit t u    oi  ���MllJEB.i_.t-  ACT.  To ji. G. __!t..3:jind Othei-S iaUi-e-icd i 11 tlic  Adciir^l .ij_-.Vcy- inir.erai clafta, sitartlejl i.a  .iiilhniJ.t kiirxi!.,(. rfnd Vofk-i miniEg: SlviEion  of Talc distfici i  TAKE -NOTICE thaf. I linvo caused lo be  done on tho Admiral Dcwoy mincrnl eltiim,  .iltinti: ln Summit citmp, in llie Urn ml l-'or'ks  milling diViriiollof Yiilo tllMti'let, British Col-  ilinl.ii!(11ie\vol-l- 1-ct'jiill'i.il iiy i.t:cl.ii.5i _���! of- lhc  Minol-ui Ac I j for (1!U ynitv 'vhiul. litis fjipilX'tl;  r.I'M lliiVu djipclidi'ii fur such worli Hint for ro-  t'otilliig tli. ('cHilli'iili! Uief'jtjf lln. ..11111 of ohtt  liiiiiiiftid nliil Ihi'tiB ilotiiu-.. unit llfly ct'lll-  I (..ioii5(i"i uinl iiiul if.- al. iho exjiii-ution of  iiini'ij. iin.-*.. triHii llid.iiiil! Id Mils lirst publica-  lion of (his notice vim I'nil ((> eoill.lii'iii. yimt  pv'ir.t'Hloii tji . fyxx-Jx cxin'inllliii'i!, iiiiiinjly;  f-_S.-i.S7) j t-i.uli, ini'i.lliU- vl-'n'i r.li <*;"'s'|'i p'( lUlviT-'  lisiiur": youl-'{uielVsl id f-niil min'i'i'ul-iinuin  shnll ba liable to fori'i-iluri', ns proVidc! by lhe  " Mln'briil Acl Ainemfmeni Act liiOll."  DiitUll tills V-llldny uf .llllll', 1'J'JI.  '���- J.   \V.   I'OH'KI.I,,  In Hawaii, Japan, China and Austra-  .-a.~Governme.it   Should   Take  ....'.   Ac-tioiv.  i��&S2��  E, A0 SMALL & CO.'S  Royal Brand Garments.  MINES AL   ACT.  To Randolph Sturtrt, J. C. ifdiiS, I. tt. .Idllclt,  ���Waller "O'EaUt una otiicrs corfi.rhtd :  TAKK   XOflC-i*   Iimi.  1  lmvo cuusi.'il  lo be  'l.oiio 0I1 Uii' litnlnoiul ili)i'( l;niilHfllli  Muy Duy  uinl .i.iWi; Tiuii  iitijlci'iil  (liiliiii.i   .ilnul_il   111  Ci-qonwotiil l.'iiinj), ill llie ktJlllU  ItirMr hiiiiihj;  .il'lyision df Vuio li.stvicl, timwork K-(|liifoil ,bj-  ;.^6utIoVl;i!l:of the Mineriil Act, lor Iho your whicli  h'nslPx'piteil! iimi jmfro expended for such work  In-i'ii'fot-rUi'Oi 11i 11_i lib! i-ol-llliHa.!'.. thereof the  Wimb'r-olii-'hiiiiiltoli uild fil'leeli ilollnrs (fllil.OO) i  ;'jiri"5-Jif;:itt.l)!e' ''.vT>i'-';iiio'i of uiiity ti-.xfs iftixxx tlie  -yfttojolitllc Ili'-l.iiilijlli'iU.inll of (His- tioiice; you  i!|ffliU']t^d6ii)i-ilii:ie yoiir proportion of sul'll ex  "|"^UlErfro'; namely, lliuul.l ph St-unrl, -I. V. IIiuis,  ;fyi^ifitjiitt mul other -pinnies inleresteil, the  SnirifofefSi-itlO for onu-liflh inlei-est in  said niin-  eruV-iiiitim", it ti .1  'V ��!!���_!��� .li'Kmli. the sum of  :?.:..p-)*'fOF.ti biie-lirtji  iiilcnipl iii siiid mli.'.rul  Cl!i.iiiis;;lct^ei:h.ei-,-viiii liil i-fjsis of uiiVUrlisiliK  you r lii ("ires! iii ::',iil'l  ifliiii;i-:il..'li,1l1nii!i*i shiill  be  liitble to forfeiture, us provided by tiie''Sliitefnl  <*_<:LA'i'lclii.m.l.t. Act, l'.Klfl"  '���'��� .Uiltwl-'Ullls l-2|lnlny of ,lu.n\ lOaif-     ���  -y- ���'..       i JOHN  W    I'OWT' I  MINERAL   ACT.  CUtil-oal- 01 Impinvpinnit  Nulla  Jl is understood that recent actions  oil lliu part of the Copper Trust, and  the gfowliu'' production of copper in  Ui'illsll Co'.ilnibln liavo aroused the ap-  j.relicnstonsoi Ullillug men in regard  (0 tile -uttlrci and hitVc led to their  .-.i^tfe'sliifg slc'f.:. \Vi._oll Would countcr-  ;i'ct .111';. lios.i.e'ai.. 6'n tf.e putt of tlie  big t't'usl. ..���",i'-oi'i'iin6'tii ai'iVoii'jf tUoav  who liavc stu'died tl.lc. ^iics'ttoi'i' is? m!i*.  W. M. Brewer M. E. who', 011 '_i'(/o'sdn!tv  last, in all interview with the Victoria'  ������Tiiiics,-' outlined a course which he  thought would meet the danger.  "A short leleSram published from  Untie, Mont ," he said, "relative to the  Closing down of some of the copper  mines t.itipoi'arilv in order to keep the  price of copper itt its present high rate,  is suggestive to-Copper producers in  British Columbia that at some future  time, M-llencver the copper production  of tin3 Provint_c is sufficient to have an  influence oil lile" ijaSlefU market, the  Copper Trust will have* tt) be dealt  with, unless thc Pacilic Coast is iudc-  p^ndvut of that trust.  'i. ..(.ft: i<_ iiO Cidilbt that the price of  co'p.p'_r for* il ioiiglin'1<_ {WSt has been  rather ;ll*lilicial tiitlti f*_ul. atid i'e��ftilat*  ed moie by the ttu^t alicl cWi taiied pro-  dnctiSn than by actual demand. tip  till the picsenl time the production   of  i-Uti--h Columbia  has  not been' stiffi-  1 iui' lo^l_h^^liiJurc__--i-ltliQ--��tfarkct,  Ir^Qr^lT-^sfrfi  ^llr.  KlII^I- I im-1   Mmini  h^lill    t\h'-._   loiiilod  nr^fiilm  sit  \DlMS10ll   Ol  1 10\ ill I'll U."  jjj:iuv l I it) by  llll   I llll lie,  .IC    llllillil-,''  rid  bi  it 1  r sin.Ii  lictcof  1 >d  of  loU  ���^ti#Vi.l]_a"7t' .Jolin- WilliiimyNeison,  jtto.^.t.-ertiiiV-nli-No,-  11   .|0,V''_,   intend  lBy^;ii^_j}iilie ilule iiereof.ti) iipidy loHlteo  *f^!,��S_��(l^l-"foilV_ri\l'i!i+iHiuA.t~.il  I HH-ijiH.-tcr  ��^yilit!'*Jiiif'poMu.,ii[ i.ibliiiniiii' 11 c:rti'U-f).  F.,'ti'fRlruiii)t(5yV!-e:iiliir'  n^d/fiVfllivP;^'.)!!. lioliee. Unit iu-lion,  iind'ei  ,  j.iyi?'*)Ti"'-'iiiniVl,   be   I'lnninciieeO   befur.   lhe  .'ssiliuiC'i'.dNdeli^.-el-t'i    -itJe of Improveineiil.  ;��*0��i-Sl:*tti.fs7i'-(li its'.- .'I'lliuif, A. I.i., 1_ul.  .yy.sii-.:sttyy. .1. w. k.:i.-u**.  !s^^x''i^,-.,.-.7-71--_-..---_---_..-. ___  liiuri    10 yt_."*Hfc["--5__.--��   fxhitt in Ui riitiX^liieso conditions arc  <liKel) lo b c'luiiged" -**.irhi��f thfi-iv-i-st  ^ljt the pioditcliun of tlie _pw g'hido  oli-'s of lhc l.uiitidai) Cteek distiicthds  been such Ih it .my nicicagc in the  ijiuel.iug l ip.ictt> will_ceitainly attract  iflfcTfjJlo-i fiom lhc copper trusts;    It is  ccrtlficcilc'of IiitpioveiTtciiis.  1        I - HUL  lU.lrh   MhiLl il   llilii     -Mu in-  in   tlie  Kettle  1   -���.noi *_\lii ill,   J'i\i       1  if   Vale   District  WhcjiS T<i _  li 1       In   IU iver L'uinp on the  West t*oiK < I l\   lib   Mm   ,  MOIIL1   llllll     I   1��. Mcti-od, l''ive  iIiIliI^. ^l   1 M.'.S- a., .���lireiil for  John 1   Hell, I 1   1     Im   1 s   ..rlilicute No. 1S30*  _i<< and TCl.b"rfc \V*-J 1I.1 s'l KLMIuelVi-erlilie-ite  NolJf dis liUetuHoil.us till till; date hereof.to  i,)pl\ to the JVTimu>r Rlioiill - lor a   Ceiiilieale  of linpio\em\i(its foi  tin puiposeof  obtaining  1 Ci(i\,it t>i 1 it of llie .ilniM ila'nii..  ���**��� Anil fin llu\i talte no ilc llial  action, under  iclu 1 'Vi, tnusl li_ coniim 11 iiib-l'ore lhe   issu-  uiucof sii.h C^i ti|ic ill of lu nrovements.  Dtil this .Ui di\ ot O.li her, A. I). 1.01  , I   1"    MCI.EOD.  TAKI. NOI  Mini ism  , -.-^Certificate of iinproyeitient.  NOTICE.     ������        7  './'  VJ" 111 -.I'LI". * Mnn i il claim,  siiuated  ll)C  id,  or re-  df two  ilu  i \  l (list  Ci-lY-W-,  _ il tuiel\ 1_  Tsf;iiulsi.- cut*,  ftiiss ihtcli st iu  .'tii all los^s of  k_*m.uu.il cl-M ii1-  provided b\ tlie  WOO.  ryt'JOl  _>lcKeii7ie  tTTT *_ixixiXiCT.T\-Vs'iui- "(il  V hcii. loLLiled :   In Smith's;  lhc ''Kiittl.  Yiile Di4''ict|  ';:.yCam;i.;;;-'*-y-"���;������-���;-���      .:.....���.:_.;  . _���_,������'  'Tf-*AKE:'NO"'l'lCi:    that   I.   Is;i-i:   U..Hal-  I i.: lpit,  as,..-e-;eiit   f'-r  J.  C.    Haas,   Free  '-Mlner's's   liertilicate   No.   H.I0317,   and  Ja.ne.s  MeNiiiol. '   Free     Miner's     Certilieale     No  Ii.l4(i5.       intend sixty        days from  the date,   here*)...; lo    apply   to  the   -iliiiiuj;  .Recorder for a Oerlilicate of Improvements, for  the '.purpose ofiplitaiuiuir-a. Crowii Graiil of the  -Hbos. (relit, ni '-yy������==-*i=r- .----^^i-'���_-=___ -=-1-______ ._-._  v Aiid fiirthei-"tal;e  notice tliat action,  uudcr  Section 37,  nmSi  be eiuiimeiiced  before the i.s-  Tiuaiiceof suclreerlilicale of Improvement's.  'Dated this Otlrday of S.plenilJer. A. I). l'XH.  " ~'/"'-7".','-   ��� 1. II. HALLETT.  tho   c\prc.-.cd    intcn1 uu  of some of  ihciu cuiiip tnicb to Gonlh.ue increasing  Uicti siiiiltiug cap-icit., and  the pies-  cnl lime is,   in   tny   opinion,   the  best  time lo iooli ahead  so  that  there may  not be any fear oi'  a repetition  of the  ci-nil plants Which followed the action bf  lhc United  Stales sf..ellcr men  when  lliey concluded that they did  Hot wish  to '.ilrcimsc 1-i'ittsli Columbia lead ores.  ..British Columbia is ill a position  to  help llCi*s--if, iffsiie will dtisib} aiid place  herseif in  ti  position  alinost entirely  independent of either the trusts in the  United States or the English  market  SO fat* tls leildj. Copper,  iron  and steel  products are concerned.     Tfue, this is  a very early day to advance  this position, but it is nevertheless true, because  the .markets of Hawaii,  Japan.  China  and Australia a t'e. at her doors, and in  those markets  she  should   be  able to  iitect all competitors.  A good deal' of talk has-beetrliiade  about the ; esta blis.htvici;t; of sv_.e_ting  .uid i-Jfl'ining Works in British Collim-  bta.. This has been of a spasmbdic*  character, add no. steps have ever been  taken to follow it up'or ascertain what  results could be achieved.        '       ������..-'  British Columbia can help herself in  tliis wav. Let the** Piovincfal Goyern-  nietvt sclcct-souie-i-epi'csen.tative.ineach  of the'Orient, and it Will take but little  consideration for an individu'_.- af syndicate to decide whether the cstabiisn-  mcnl of refineries and factories would  be a paying or losing, game.  If no effort is made to ascertain the  conditions of the markets of the Orient  and thc copper production of British  Columbia increases in the next five  year's a{ fhe same rate as it has;duriri'p  the past "yeaf', ottr operators will, be in  the postl'iyrf o-f the tail of the New York  dog, instead of occ^p^irig the' position  of independence by having direct cbn-*  nectiou with the markets of the OfxHiit  and refining our crude products, saving j  for the province or the operators,  which is probably thc snnc thing', the  differance which is at preccnt paid into the coffers of the cast as direct and  indrec't refining charge, commissions  liar selling .fie product, freight, ect.  1 0LI/E BELL MINE.  Want More Tim1; tV  PiV   6*lance  Due on  Bond1.-  T. Waldo Murphy, a well' l.naWM  Spokane attorney, passed through  Grand Forks Wednesday on his way to  Eholt, where he goes to consult with  Messrs. Stock, McDonald and Shaw,  "owners of the Blue Bell group in summit Camp. Mr. Murphy represents the  Eake Shore British Columbia mining  and development company, which hold  a *5ti0,000 on the Blue Bell and on which  Mr. Murphy will try to secure an ex-  tention of -tiinc1.*-. -..... ..,-..-,....-_....���..  When the group was bonded, last  April, by John Dorsey to the Eastern  parties a cash payment of $2,o60 tvai.  made, another small payment of $SC0  Was Made later on,'and on September  lstf5,00(. Was paid into the Eastern  Townships bant, tii this place to apply  on thc bond. Another payt__etJt.oJf $10,  OUO.is duc-oii December 1st, and ths  company desires a 60-day extension on  this.  <t.h_ce hiking over the Blue Bell the  company _. t_? tApendcd $y,000_cash^in  devclopyicnl, thb' pfr!f.c5ipal fueature of  of which lias been thc shtfeing of a  of a shaft,.some 135 feet.      ~- *-''���' -  Thc showing up to the present is not  satisfactory, and the.company will  throw up the bond unless they arc permitted to carry on the work .fttrtlier.  They propose, if thc extension is granted, to proceed with the dcvRlo'puient,  and if allowing justifies the move, the  property will be taken up.  The Blue Bell is a gold-copper propo-.  sitioiij Jiaving a considerable body of  low grade, ore. .Among the men interested in thc company is Pat "Welch,  the well KuoWn, railroad, contaactof.  I'Tile ������.��� property adjoins": the Mountain  View mine arid is in close proximity to  the famous B. C. mine.  Raglanette and Yoke Overcoats  Made in Grey, Green and Dark effects  are the most fashionable Overcoats of the season.  . ���    *        ���     '  Other popular styles are the Kitchener, the Full Box, and Half Box,  irt Grey and Oxford Colorings.  This label on the left liand pocket  of Small's Royal Brand Garments^   The Raglanette.  MARK,  Royal Brand  CLOTHING  REGISTEREO  J  G  4  #  ^^pp  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  *a  If you want nice soft drinks   call   at  South End grocery.       '  Prescriptions filled correctly���Ander  son's pharmacy.  PORTMAN  ASK FOR  &PORTMAN  Proprietors.  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  It! t epJjon anosT   ghtr in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  Engineers and Mine  Superlntcndants will find  it to their interest to refer to us when In need of  anything in the Pump  line. We make Pumps of  every description for all  services.  ;'M_N._RA-l7'__Civ,  k  .��  CERTIFIC/^TE "OI* JiMPJoVCMLKTS  .:"���: "��� 7''*; y-y   -tto'ncii.  MIKLR \h   \.CT 1S'J6.  ���Certificate   of  Impravements.  ^01IC^(.  :AC'riOK'' Minei-ai  !\clll_ \<\\-x-r Minin-J  Strict.    Wlnjio lucill'-tl  I'.Ml' MiiieriU  Kivcr"*Miniii|i  [viicro liimtletl :  Klver'i';  iiampano* nnd snAri;R  Cl'iims-.tiH.lc in t'-K: Kcll  Divis'uii <if Yak; Ui.trlot.  Oil llie Nurili 1'im��� i-.'of Kelt  TAKE -.nOTICI. UiU I, Jtiil Md.-Ji'.;li:i! ol  XuUimi. iu-.tin^ a:; ;xux\:\t (xxx- 1. Sills', l'xx:i-  Miiu-i-.s Cri'li!i<.-;i!r Nii. IJ. 52,"il Adiiii-. Sc:ii:i.  1'ivo Miner's (JiTliiinatn No. IJI.-.j'-, ji'ul |.i;wih  Sc;il;i, 1'iui- SliiH-r's C'_!'l!'!ii_'fti|No. it'fiV'ioM, in-  n-inl, sixiy il.i.vs from tin. lia'.uj.rciif, (���(, appl.  lolli. ^'miii^ HivorJiM- riii-'Wti'iiti.itiif (>r Ini.  piov.iiii-iu-;. I'or tin- |iurpii'.i-.:t>f jlnaliii.tl'i,' Ciuun  ���_ r;i ills "l x\xx: aim vo claims.     :j     '."���  And  fiiilli.i- taUi;  notici- tlln acti'/n, imili-r  ��i-<:li(.ii  til.  must In- i'"!iii,.ii!.ni;481n..fc.fi-.  tli   '  n-clK.n  :<i.  must in- _<Mi!r.ii\:ii^iii-!r-fi-.   tin'  !i":Mr_i'' "r sl;t:l1 (-'l'l"'ili,::U'',,f ���ll,Cv-!lieiii>i.  dBfk! this i'lll day or Alienor. U^ilMl.  A^     -��� . . .., n.    -,, . i    . rl-r-,1 wS.',.     t    _.  JOHN McLATCll^iV t,.i  MIXKHAL, AC'jU'8%:'*-  'V .       ���!-���.'.'**���'...'  Certificate of Impraements.  , KO'TICE.'I"* '%}::-.;  "'Jtli-.ICN OK S.;il'KA"uiit!'-r.lAtia>iir, Kiliii-.lc  in tin-. K��-il.U--'���--!ivoi-T".*iliii'^IjiV.*��.��.���_.-��� if Yah-  J)i-;t_-icl. W'lier<* 'locA-Vt: . In ^.jj.p.i-  i-..-.iiip, :.il.i.>hiiii;r the "Jiini'jV'jiii-.! -���M:iri|i|-i  llala" ii-iiu-nil claims.       ������"-'������  ���-Stl_YKI<-; DUCK l-'l  :'��� Claim, -,'itii-Lti! mi tlu.-  .  ._livi:sioit v(" Yt-.Ui  Di:  Tn Ci'.iniMl Cttr.ii  TAKK NOTtCI', tliat i,' Isaac II. HalkHI.  a>  a^iMitfur Krcil_.io Ki'dTcr. Krm: Miner's .Corli  deal. No.i:-4li!,'.il.ai.!l Aiary ('.ariaini Kn:. Miin.-r.  -Jci'liliL* lie No. I'.-l'i.-."'. uil_:ul. sixty   ilay..   from  tin- date li_.i-of. lo :';-;-'y *.-.- ���.!:'.- :.-'���;:������-���;; :-.";v.--.!-.-i  for curli'i-ati- of iinjM-ovi-i-.-.c-i-.ts for tl:�� ji.it-ji_>..:.  of obtaining'- Crown drums of tin-, aliovi; claim ..  And  f'.:rt!-.���___��� l;_!:i-  iioticu  that action.  iuuh-i  ;:i-Cti(>u 3", inuiil b�� coniinciiced  bi-Ctin; lliu is-  sa.-tiics ol .'.nr:It c..rtlfi_au- of iniproviMtumls.  IJiticd tiii ' Jinl day of Ocloli :r, A. I). 1WI.  I. II. IIAI.1.KT  l'u.sliiin ;rinl (.nipc Nuts al the South  I'inil (Iruct-ry. Vv. S. _(_i'ah,'.iii, jiru-  priol'j'.'. ;l  Ur. Mtitlitsoii, doniist, over llanl- oi  Cuniii-crcij.    JJolli 'jihuiic:'.  .Co.ic-.ir_l gr;n)t.-s dirool frtmi Onl;irio,  every other day, also Moore's early t: nd  i.i:-.,_car;t j^r.ipoii in ;t Tew days-Semerad  Flints _-.imil-.io-i of Cod I-.lver Oil  with Hypophosphltcs for. wcal< lttnys.  A flesh maker ?1.00.. "W. TO. Anderson  theDrtiggest.  Fire Near Loomis-  Sunday evening about 7 o'clock, just  r_is tlie men  had finished   supper, the  iiirge bit uii liottse. at the upper camp of  the _r-_(ritan  mine \Vas discovered  to  tie On fire.-   As all tlie.  possessions of  the men were in the building a fush  tfas niaie to the quarters,  only   a few  dozen feet away,, in the hopes something- could be saved.    However the  'flan_es''~buriied-^so---'-ilerccly=^that^the.  whole interior ot the structure was  al-  feady a seething sea  of fire,  and   not  an article of the contents could be gotten out.   Nothing could be done to stay  the progress of   the   flames,   and   thc  entire premises were consumed.    This  bunk house was  a large log building  twenty by fifty or sixty feet,  and  was  the sleeping quarters of the force.     It  represents  a loss of several  hurd red  dollars to Mr. Baggley.    Thc men  lost  besides a considerable sum in cash  all  of their bedding  and  clothing except  what they had on.    Tlie origin  of  the  lire is not positively know.     Mr, Stevens was not able to say whether a new  I   Pump Catalogues and  Specl-i-fltiotis sent upon  request.   We manufacture also Northey Gas and  Gasoline Englne-eheap-  handy-safe.     Send for  Booklet.       .    ������  Cunllffe* McMillan  Agents at Rossland B.C.  .   Vancouver Engineering  J Works, agents at Vancouver, B.C-  9  *  9  9  9  **  *  ��'  ��  ��.  9  ���ft9  *  9  #  ��  9  9  ��  . ��  9  *  9  9  ��  9  &  9  9  -a  9  ' ��  9  9  &  *  ei  your Fall Suit-  when you can secure  Now iGoods of the  most fashionable  pattern whicli have  just arrived..  *  ft  a  9  9  9  9  ��t  9  9  9  9  9  '��*���  ��.  ���a  ��  ft  ��  The Biggest and best %  9 assof tment of Fall SuiV *  ���* .       *  * ings evet* brought into *  mm  Advertise in The Times.  9  % the Boundary.  9  9  =  ��  ��  9  9  9  9  ��  9  ��  9  9  9  t*v~  THE TAILOR  Copper St.-        Greenwood.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  wm-  VM  ��#��**S*��*S*S*Si!''^*!'*#ft����#*t��ftft#��  T    The James Cooper "'   "      3  ����-  MONTREAL, OUEBEC.-  MANUFACTURERS OF  7|* **  Ttiger$o��=$ergeant  R. H. 0. mcllally, Kosslatid, B. ���.  Taki-;   i-irnciv  tu-.it  .witl.rii-iiir.is >i_-  lioiniuU. x,i (\rcciiiyoo.it iiiqiaaiti ���li-.ifii.-t  _"ien_ Minor's -Ci���i-iilicnie���''*KcV'  Willijm ���  (;i'_!i:iin    .McMvini,     *��;  flue.. Vree Mir., i-'s Ce.t'1'c-iU! tV.x  ��� lonU sixty <lays fr.nn tiie it:ilo horc  AtX.yu :xx:x\  ���ll;i_ s;i.n;_  ! -'.O-lAiI. iu-  lii' Kj  at  Ml   kiniU  fruits,  Scn:i:r;u!'..  rro.-_.li catiily, daily  The Best Meals in thc City.  Cooked under the personal  supervision of Escalet for  Fifty Cents. X Well  heated and comfortable  rooms Fifty Cents, X j*  nry ! ���3 *>**-  Aliinaciiei- and Wilson  ar .   the  only  tailors which put tiie  union l.ibel on.  Ki-ctiril.-.f   ("<:   "'"."-''(Uiicaic  fii'.   i i:i' ��� p:n-,KiM-. of 'pitainiii  in tlie. Jliiiiii^  ]Bi;'):-i-Vi_iiic:r,:.ji  Cr.nvii C.i-uil iii-tin- ;ii>->v>- claisii  Ani ftirllicr t:i!�� n-lio*- t!:.al'!:it-tif>^,11iili,r :  s;'.-'.i.''ii ":���". r.!:i'-.t lia '-���.:;:'.ni-::i:c'ljlwi jr. .':e is- :  suance ���'! ���--tC't Certil':r:i!" ������'��� rrai?'.f>r nieirs.   .t     j  i'.tu-tl ilii^ I'-'ni <i;'-X <���-��� Ai:.-.'i;.-i.t.\) . ��� ' \ ^ j'  ���       ��� THOMAS   Ml-W^   *".      \'*"7  v.*. i>. mc     i ��� y. y ' \ i  I     Win-  ! MclJo'  ;   -.UIIS I  recan I t^ct thc be'.t Cott^h cure.  vl-U.s Vv'hilc Pin: Syrup, Andcr-  -h-.u-in-ii-y ���'"���'' cento.  .���_. JliS 10 AS!) PROS AIL I8AISS  ...The Clarendon Cafe...  Halcyon i:  lhc markol.  'Ccr...'3i*y -y.  il.  lies* minora! water on |  *'-C  Wholc-Uiic*   Tvi<'|i;f>i" ;  E ESCALET, Proprietor.  bunl-  house  will hz croctcd  at  once, j **~- mm.__^____   Thc following' persons were  losers by ; 5__l ROII FR-5     Hf-fQTQ     PlliKDC     C+r  the  lire:   Marshall  Yelland lost SIOOJ ^ Agents For Thc B^KDiaSUriifs ^'   rUffllra'   "^  in currency,  upward of $200  worth of ! 2��  c.othiMy- and all his bedding.     He had  530 in gold in his clothing,   but  found  the coin in thc ashes uninjured.-    Win, i  ��� ���      - i  Vaiidcrsluys lost 5G2 iu cash,  a  lot  of;  clothing and his bedding.    .Chas. Be  etto lost between S-5 and S3') in  ca  his clothing   and   bedding.       Het  Brown is out a quanity of jewelery, j ^J  considerable wearing apparel and  bet.-  "^5  ding,    Chas.    O'Connor lost   jewelry.! ���^  clotliinj and  bedding.     Joe Brow is [ "^3  shy  thc  same line  of chattels.      ira'^jjj  Jenkins loss was confined   to  clothing \tZS  and bedding, as was that of Mr. Howe. - ^3  Oswalt Stein is minus his clothing and  "^3  bedding, and what was- more serious to  ^J  hini than all things else the  fine flute .^3  which has  been   in his  possession  so  ^J  many  years  and upon which he sets  ttd  great store.    Iti his anxiety to save thc   _^  instrument he rushed into the building  ^2  but was driven out by the  flames,  sustaining severe burns on th? hands ;ind  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 3  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- =1  PRESSORS .... 3  COMPLETE MINE EOUIPMEXTS ^J  OK ALL KINDS. ,.-._.��� -*2  STOCK CARKIEU IN ROSSLAND. ;�����  .'  V-  Grecnwood is the financial and commercial centre of the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply p*>int for the  Mining camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Surmuit, Long Lake. Skylark, White  and Atwood, \Yelling-tou and other Boundary Crce'-camps.  For prices of lots and other  information address  iters] ''gent-*.  Gi.ivivmyoo"-*.  13 C  face,���Prospector.  RoW. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood.    B  ���ZZ       mrormauon aiiun-s-5  w - . -        -___���  ���>-S*"!  -*,;^*J  ,.j .*��**��  X-  P-i?y-r.  pMm^mm��  Tft]_); GftfeE  WM  t:yyy��iy;ysyyyMsy;-Mi^m  ��� * -. 'yyyy;-. 7V- -t^'y-^M^M^Mtt^&x  SSwWj-.  m^^^rm^^^^  ir  I���  1&eS3*B58&G*SSSEB89S9!*3��!3l  Particular  Prompt at  given to our itiail  r order department f��  SCOTTISH CONCERT.  as  it   was   months .affo and until [A^t-th'S n-6etingf;oftlie:city cpu^cil on  Monday  e'veniiiK-   Mayor   Jakes-pre-  Siiccessful Concert"' Heict in tlic Presbyterian  Cliiirch. ��������� ' -'���'  The concert {jiveii hi -the*'Presbyter.:  an cliurch on -Wodncsday niglit was  Scottish t.:i-_>_igl.oi,t. rCpstl'iuis, songs  stories aiul addresses all-.told .of the  Land of the Heather. .Rev. Dr. Mc-  Rao presided and in trod need the pro-  j-ran.inc. with a character sketch by  Robert Louis Steveiison. The. choir  compriscd of members of. the choirs of  the different churches in:,the city, sang;  "Scots Wha'ilae" and". C,-Scott Galloway gave the Battie.'."o�� Stirling.  Then Miss Minklcr. dressed in the';  national, costu.nie. 'si-'hjf *'"��� in' a sweet!  soprano voice  "My  love isilike a red, !  something is finally decided His Honor  will.make no change.  F.'.F. Travis has secured'the contract  for v building the >.Deadwood -, street,  bridge ij 11 the city,, his'figure being  $460.. .���-Bunting and Deinpsev. ,wei*e  tlie only other tenders. Piles will be  used in this bridge and it. .s.e-cpected it  -will be completed in three weeks.  . Frank Richter of Keremeos who was  .in the city, for several days ] this week  purchased A. ti. Horridge'.s ranch on  Kettle river , about three ijviles below  Midway. It contains 640 acres,and is  considered.- one of the best ranches oh  theriyer. It. was formerly.' owned by  Mackie Ingram who sold  it to Mr,': Hai  red* rose."; L. B. Hodge's' Bonny r!^^pivtpneyear'ago  HonseO'Ivy iritrodiicedalbariiy.avd full ' H> C< Gillecu privincial inspector of  of cackling hciis,-Viiuickhig ihicksj bl'id^e*i was in the city lait week and.  neighing horses and other creatures j cd'ii'jjirat.itlatccl foreman Fii.lay on the  that make a noise. The choir then j excellent piece of road :he, is ..making  sang  the  BltieyBclls of Scotland and i-between.. Greenwood    atidr.Deadwood  tf  V>  KNOCKING  THE KNOCKERS  t  \fr  f ally quotad : The value of the advent  of these industrial combinations is net  that they have shown us what wc had  there, but that they have shown us how  to utilize our riches. If they have not  found our resources forthe first time,  tliej- have shown us what they were  good for, and have railroaded "into "the  wilds for neglected wealth. They have  been a stimulus to this district of our*,  to both our enterprise and' our self-  esteem.   They must  have, worked ahd  ��� explored to-rreach���where--they- - now  stand. Such heights and depths of  mineral riche_. as they have reached in  - "searching--  Were not attained by sudden flight,  But they, while their companions'  slept,  Were loilmg upward iti thc night.  And  though  iu   some  respects  il is  still night with us,   the cheering signs  of dawn it re certainly to "ne seen.  Yours etc.,  '"- ti. JACOBS.  -Greenwood, B.C. Nov. 7, 1901.  James Kerr gave. Burn'-, fine selection, camP-'  "A man's a man for a' that." ��� Miss ^.f0^  Laird dressed in costume sang "Colter e;'s|cr  Herriu.-'    Mr.. Mciklcjohu , wiih   kilt;c*u"I':  This road will be c6mpletcd in  days.     It   gives  shorter, and  communication   to   Dead v. col  ��� Mr.     Uilleen     clso     visited  and tartan and a powcrfulvoice.eleclii-  lied thc audieiicci'.'Wi a Hundred pipers  flayed  pending the  arrival of F. C  an a am a*'. H. C. Shaw read a_Scolt'��'i  reading  wliich   was   introduced   with  humorous   remarks.       Mr_.  ,,;Winnctt  whose well trained voice was Heard for  the first time by aGrecnwood audience j Whi e the 2nd Hand maud.  sang  "Will  ye  no come baek^again". i   'r. F. Tolmie seectarv  of  Ingram's  bridge "where work has been  Gamble wlio will probably  change tlie  plans so that the piers of the old bridge  which are yet good may- be used,  Will exchange Stoves with you see  the mine  The different numbers, w-ere'euthu-t  astically encored;and the" concert was  brought -to a close-, by singing "Auld  Lung- Syne." There was a very large  audience present.'     7  A MINING REPORT/  an  Sewing machines for rent. 2nd Hand  O. I. C.  What an  Expert has to' say Regardine  Unknown-Property-.  The following was-picked up on  Copper street and as, we..caiiaot find  the name of the,company^to,whom it is  addressed iu the'district*;���" we-"publish it  in the hope" that our enormous circulation, will-bring it to its.des.tiuatioi..  To. .the secretary of .the Hoffa . Scnte.rp,-  here Mining and Undermining-.Co.  Sir: As requested in your letter of  the 20th, I have, examined your property on Wildcat, mountain and have  the honor to briefly -.report,.as follows :  It is. well mineralized .as.7we broke  several bottles of Halcy.oiy near the  shaft. The country rock-;.i.s Jebtisite,  with dykes of h t;_ite, malachite, periz.-  zilc and htbite traversing, the ..surrounding .country. I .observed: some  fine specimens of levite when in town,  whicli is realke when,m-contact..with  gentile, rutile,; or--other,fa-ncyiores of  which there are many specimens i.to.b.c  found to the west o.ver.the.creek. -.With  tny best wishes for the. successful flotation of this very meritorious proposition accept, 1113' dear.sir..the. assunu*ce  of my highest consideration.. .".���'���  Yours very truly,  .X Pert I_e,Monlegs,  ,-:E.M.Z.Y.X'W.V:> etc.  P. S.  I-h-tv.c drawn pn. you las.t^'.eck  for fees as per account enclosed,?..-u  owners association is'in thfe city.  Andrew Laidlaw returned o-i Monday from Chicago where he was  negotiating the sale of the Pyritic  smelter;.to .Chicago capitalists... Mr.  La'dlaw reports that the.deal was not  consiimnated but it is quite probable  that later on the smelter and mines  will be taken by Chicago people. As  already announced in the Times Mr,  Laidlaw succeeded in '��� interesting  capital:-in the, Bounty and Arlington  on the,. W(-sL.Fork.. .Both ,pro,peetie's  will~'-c deveioreY.this winter. M.-jj  taidl_.w;"-wilV'retitf-i-to1 ��� Chicago'-in a  feWjiityee.ks ,,for^thp,���.jj-jntt.r., ._He-*..says  there is plenty of capital (here await',  i'ng ihv6st'nVent'ahd he hopes to interest  some oi it.in. this'district,. Mr. Laidlaw will be accompanied by his famly  Yes we want your housegoods, O. I.  C. Store 2nd Hand.  R. A. C. McNally representing the  jas. Copper MfgvC&.V was in the city  from'-Rossland this Week.    '* :  ; To jRcjat���A���-three .roome.d . cottage^  furnished.   Apply the Time.s.office.  ^  .. '0^<W^<y^W'W^^V^-V'^'.1'"!\-'*?  m-  Kinfrs Birthday Excursion Rales-  On Nuv. Slh and 9th all-Canadian  Pacific Ry. Agciitb will sell return  ticKct.. tu and from all points in local  terrilury al fare'and one third good to  return till ^.o.euil er llth.  J. S. Carter.    D  P. A. Kelson.  Great Luck Of An Editor.  '���For two year-, all.efforts lo cure Eczema in the palm uf my hands failed,"  .wi itc Lt1ilor_i_l^N^Le:_tcr. of Syracuse  Kan.,   "tliui  I   \.ns  wholly   cured by  Bucklen'.  Arnica  Salve." Hs  the  world's be .I for Eruptions, sores and  all skin diseases. Only 25c at Miller  Bros., and J. T..' While 'druggist's^.-  Ja-Dale came down from the  V West. JFoVk on yThursday .'b.ri'nk-^-.'  v.ingyvvl;thjhinVs_5amcles from the-i  'Bi-tcherBov"''wliich he1 hasrt)eeii  de.velopin,..' The shaftis^doyvri.'.  '-25;feet- 'The.-ledge is about fivey  feet wifle and from 18 inches  was taken ;the samples.. This.  assayed 6 ver$ 80 to the tori,  the principal valne ,beinsr eolcl. V  The Butcher Boy joins the Carmi >  and is bwned by Jas- Dale "and ��  Jas, Kerr.    , --.-:};  t  Ki.lrous oxide and oxygen  fur   pain  less .extraction.of. teeth at Dr.-. MttUii-  Judge For Yale- ���  An order in cbttneii iJiissed yesterday  at Ottawa appointing Judge Leamy  for the county of Yale ' as well as  Kootenay _,alibfuctorily disposes of'lhe  difficulty connected with his Honors  first appointment.''      -  J."R. Miller owner7of the Miller  block is in lite city.  Fred Clark a Grand Forks-merchant  was.in thc city this week. ,  sons.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Allmacher and Wilson  ar".  the only  tailors wliich put tlie union label on.  Where can I get the best Cough cure.  McDowells White Pine Syrup, Andersons Pharmacy 50 cents.  THREE NOTABLE  J. W. 'v.rier managing editor of the  West Fork News is downfrom Bcaver-  d.U.  The regular monthly meeting of the  St. Andrew's Society will be held in  thc city hall this evening.  Overcoatings in all ..shades at A.U-  maclier and Wilson's.   ..      ,- .  F. II. McKenzie. chief of the: Greenwood   lire   deparltntint, ��� returned   on ! ���:���-^ . _'- :���  Saturday last from a vUitt'o the cast.:  j     Fall   hats���lalest-  W.7l_.r~Amilerson." ywihyi^FHM-^fat'Gf-F. "WilltaiiisV--  Pharmacy is the sole agent for C. C, C  C, the great nerve Tonic, pries SI.00  F. W. Hayes and Wayne Choate lef  for their homes  in Detroit this week.  -The work on the Ruby will be continued ntiring the winter.  Miners Attention ���; "Bromogrip"  cures colds. Safe and sure-price 25c.  For sale at Andersons Drug Store.  H. B, Madden and Jas' Dallas, proprietors of lhe Pacific holel have dissolved partnership, Mr. Dallas retiring;  The business will be carried on hy Mr  Madden wlio it is understood has also  purchased the two lots on which thc  Pacific stands, the price being over  56,000.  Another accident occurred on the  Mother E/odespur this we*��k.. A wheel  on one of tlie cars breaking while an  ore train was coining now.n thecal' was  thrown into the gulch and was badly  wrecked.  Dont forget to go to the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,  good mocha and Java coffee,. good tea  aud fresh groceries.  evening  sided .and- Aid. .Caulfield, Sullivan,  Kirkwdbctuhd; rRoss -were present.  Ald.:Naden asked for leave ofabsence.  as :he-'would be away in Etigla-ud far  some time. .This was granted. As  Skylark street. could not be built 6u  .the��� iprescnt livies \vithotit entailing- a  heavyi.expeliiUliire. I;$100 was [allowed  ���for the purchase of adjoining property  so as to admit of a curve.round a steep  hill near Mr. Smailes. residencti  Several* .a'ccoiifits4: were-;- passed' for  payment and tlie early closing" by-law  wa's:i*ead a-fi-rst-tiiuV���second- time. The  mayor, was also authorised to proclaim  Saturday lhe King's birthday a public  ���holiday.     ;    ��� "'���"'���'���.  For ,N_'iit 7r2.ic;_. house, partly furnished','5 i-'ionis, Very close ih; Best  well water .in town. Electric lights,  wooilshi.'d, et'.*., very clieiip. '-Applj* at  "The Marl." '     :.'    '���'  Fivsh milk tli.ily at H. BV- Munroc's  Copper Street.  '" Tli'e'V."V.,-tS. \u:, ..nrveyei's v>lu were  woi king, between 1.1 recti wood and iOholt  ���niovetl c imp l..d ty t > Hart foi"-1 Ji niticH  lo run a line into White's eaihp.  During lhc nijiilh of October the'  ctistouis collections at llie local office  were as follows: Cttsloius 5262-1.69  Inland revenue $1432.72.  KMcCulk.h has received instructions from the Chicago and 13. C mining- company to put a double shift on  the Lake mine owned by the company.  The regttUr monthly meeting of the  St. Andrews', society wil] beJield in the  Imperial hotel ton it; ht.;.  Stepped Into Live Coals- .  "When a child I burned my foot  frightfully," writes W; H, Eads, of  Jonesville, Ya., "which caused horrible  leg sores for 30 years,.but Buck'len's  A-eaiq-t; Salye wholly 'cured 5i. ti-" after  everything else failed.1' Infallible for  Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores, .Bruises  and Piles. Sold by Miller Bros., and  J. L. White, 25:.  >7H0TE.���  Hugh Cameron :������: Prop.  Uest  -ii-ailils  Ci {furs.  Willi's,   Liiiiior-  ���-.Gooil SUibliii"-.  ami  CAMP McKINNEY. B/C,  CARPETS  CROCKERY  GUSSME  XUTLERY  "SILVJS^ARE  BAR GOODS  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To Peter Sonigeratt and E. JHaney. fcoth cf  the City pfSpokane.State of Washington,  United States of America.  ...You are.hereby notified that wc have c\pcii-U  ed SiOO.OO ;in. labor aii-tjnipiovements on the  Mayl.o\vcr.Mint.'.ral. Claim.siluate An  Sk\ 1 trie  Camp in llie Keltic. River Mining- Divi.iun of  Vale District and $2.50.in. recording, .said labor  and improvement:* as an.assessment,  to count  as au assessment on said claim, as. will appear  by a certilicate ,of..work recorded March 19th  t'"Qi, iu the office of the Miniuir Recorder-, for  the said  Kcu.lie River Miiiintr Division of',Vale  District, iu ot;(ler..to hold the said claim, under-  theprovisionsiof bection 24 of lUe-MineraVAc't,  suah :bein^i tli.e. amount required -to l)i>ld said  claim forthe yearending- March-29th,-l'-Ot.���'-;." .  '.'���  A nd if. at.theLexpirat'uiiio���90day.. of >lie pub-  licaliou of -litis���-.notice.you faii-or, refuse to con  tribute   ypuc.-;respectlvc- proportions of.:-the  cxiieiulilure rci'iuirt.d'aud.ui.-ide.by xiK, tog-ether  wllh''.-all.-cost's*(if adveriisiiig-,.you.i'.iiileresi'".ih  said claim,lluiii become, vested in   us (the.co-  owners] under Section 4, of the Mineral Act  Anieudmeiit Act, l'"00.   :���..���'.-.-"  Datcit at. llreeinvopd;  Ii:.-.,- this. 5th day -of  August, A. D,, 1901. ....   ..."  ��� I'-    -    PAT HIKE-Y,      -*������-''-,  The Church of England  fjnii.i.';-;'  Sale^f Work 2'Daule  -ii'--to-datc   yoods  _��,-^_^__^y_t���f^_;  All.Worth Reading.  D'RE AND I  Taki. N'otici, thnt the iJartnership.  heretofoi'c'"'subsisting between the  ui.dcrsijj-i.cd,"carrying ou business'iis  Hotel Keepers, under the linn name  and style of. Madden -u.ud Dallas, has  this, day been.dissolved by mutual  consent.'  All debts owing to the said partnership arc to be paid to Henry B. Madden  and .all claims against the said part-  nersliip will be paid by him.  The business will be continued by  the said Henry B. Madden.  Dated this 4th day of Nov. A.D. 1901,  Witness : II. B. Maddex  A. M. WiuTESiDi*.      Jam ics Dallas  The   largest   hotels  aud finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B.C.  5^1���-^^--��<. *^,  Besides thc regulai  TKfTAY Ore C.tr, ve e.m  bitild any kind or Ore Cars  to suit'' 'every**'' require'mettt  froni'your''plans aiid speciii-  catidns.'' ;  '';'   '.'-' " '" '-  *The wheels are all cut  steel'imported from Morton,  Eng-land.,, ..The _:axles are  tlie stfaijt-hi ' typtf- or the  Anacondg.-self oiling as you  may desire.: - *:     *  ^Drop lis,,.a line and let.  %td|e   c^ffS  prices   and  ^ttrtaiffarS-  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING  7     WORKS, LTD.  T h 0; ^d.j^^iiil d "^1 It: Hotel  - A Sale of Work  in St, JuHe'^HairMTlilJrS-  day  afternoon   Nov.    28th7  next -from 2 to76'.p. m,';'  I/argest assortment of pantings ever,  brought into the Boundary, at Al-  macherand Wilson's.  THE REVIEW  Ily   lrvitiir   i-aclietor,  r.b_n ilouluii.  author of  THE ETENAL CITY  By il;i!l Cain.  FRISTAM OF BLEST  I 5 J-   AlltlllJIly   If(.|;_.  HOTEL  BOLSTER,  WASH.  %  Bi;fk>��. Stali'.ni-.;.-.   Wall   1'aj.ei-,   Etc.  9 ^Vr<Wrf-\^��rfW'fWJ1>^'/^r^V/'A-r'W A^r'Vvi;  Last   Saturday  the  three j-ear  old  daughter of Geo.  B. Paul accuontant  at the Greenwood smeiter -vasseriously  scalded.   A Utile sister was carrying n  dish of holing water when the tot ran  j against it and the splshctl 'on her head  { and neck. Thc scalds are painful but  I there will be fortunately no permanent  j disfigtirement.  Carpets most new this is no josh  ; sce2ud Hand O. I. C.  A silling of lhc county court was  held iu the Masonic hall on Monday,  Judge Lcatny presiding- There were  but few cases on the list. The report  scut otit lhat Judge Leamy is leaving  the Boundary to take up hit residence  iu Rossland arc premature. Thc  matter of Judge  I,camy's appointment' COOK 1% YOUNG, P'OprietOfS  "m" "-T "S*  The Only First-Class Hotel in the  Myers Creek District.  *%> <-J�� <���$��  In the evenhitr there will be  A DANCE  Estate;0^^lcQiihi/vicCuai_r, late of  '"'*6feeWB.:,C-, deceased. *  The toilo\v;ing' property is for  sale 7 -��� 7- --y.y>.  commenqing at 9 p. m.  Please  note date  and keep  7 it clear.  Econmy with Comfort  Coninicnctnp- October 13lh, will.  ...   operate  TOURIST SLEEPING CARS  in addition to usual equipment on  CROW'S NEST SECTION :  Leave Kootenai y Landing  Tuesday and Friday  Connecting at Medicine Hat wiih 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  route.  For timo. tabUs, rato; an t   full information  call or address nearest, local ao-ent.  E, R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J. S. CARTER. h. J. COYLE.  . P. A . Nel,<_:i, B.C.       A.G.P. A-.W ^coaver  Itlg-  ' "Lioi':6l4-y Group 1 ,* Osoyoos-Div-  isioa;Gf Yale District, containing'  230 acres,, si-tuate on .the South  side of Kettle River near  ram, s-l.titlge,: (Grown Grant.)  2.  An undivided oric-hal f interest  in Lot, 498, Group 1, Osoyoos  Division of Yale. District, containing* 253 acres, situate to the  South of Christina Lake near  Cascade City'"'('Crown Grant.)  * An undivided one-half interest  in the "Teazer" miaeral claim  (excepting buildings etc., thereon), situated-at.Camp McKinney  neat: the Cariboo claim, (Crown  Grfmt;)KH. '     7-'   -.  ���y:*\ 4; "..' < ��� ��� :  : An undivided one-third iutercst  in the "Beaver" mineral claim  situated oh Wallace mountain on  the West Fork of Kettle Kiver,  lying between the "Bell, "Idaho;'  and "Tiger" claims, (Surveyed  and five assessments recorded.)  For Terms and Further Particulars  apply to  Donald G. McLennan,  Greeuwood, B. C.  or  McLeod & Brown,  Solicitors, Greenwood VB, C-  Wli GUAKA-Mi-li.--. TI1I-,M UNCONBrilONAJ-LY  EXPLAIN TUBIR At>VAi\rA(.,l*.b 'IO UOU.  CAU, AND LI'iV Uo  _- --_.  J CW CI.LLR  a.cphferson,   Ll .    .    - I  Warner" '^^ii^gmi  ;W&_F':  -gL'.-y^V.kw..��:iimy'_^  -^?>yr-:-y^-;y.^'^^..'v^^'^>:y.>::-_r:^>..-'vN-^v^..''.y^<x^..v/.<v.-.  <i*-s:.<-ni:si^:~-."r'��---^.<K."sw-Ks-nj��^^  m .........  ^.-^'fe^^.raiKSj'.I-KW  |1=. -;-.Siiioke a Wiilliaa;:Ktt;ei^ar. y^;j/T��  l|"   * with  every! /ciga.r;-il:;Fishesr'y:, fe^  ���������  0  When   you  the   country  9  <��.'' ||<>y_  c^ipymp  ���n  :  ���.;���.  ���0.  .I .'5  m  in  . 81.  ^ 2-:-to"M-/:--.wrc'>-;^c-::o_^  *��.5.ior.-7TO:;b-.-^.7.w:w.vyi-..v.w.wrx?iw..^<.o��^  -���'    ������*'���   ''...IC .���.'  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK/  ��� n  |^!;;y||ii|yj-'fj  ^.i:,ft,::-pS:tel'^  fy.-    ������'���'-.���'    ������  '���':l-y -���-- Cjit hii,> -rxl-i  -my **-���" y^t^twy-ym  m:^m::mm:i  jivi.f. Street.  ��--Kiii:-_i'_:-/-:��:a_;<t_��f V. ���.-  Sole Agents Fo/'Tlc B. C, Assay %������  , ; ' if :���r"<?v>'  Chemical Siipci-JiO.. Vancouver, b; _e|y  ���   ,     / < / DIRECT IMPORTERS OF  ASSAYKKS   AND   MILL   SUPPLIES    -:-    AVIC  'T. ' '  COMPLIiTJ,'^  STOCK OF "ALL APPARATUS REQUIRED  IIA  ._--,;  IN: YUU\ ASSAY OFFIGK  !^^j^^s*^:^i^Eft5^*n|||| nun |/f nji]) DDI[K  :oSTjbi-ni./ES etc, and b'bauks pat- VjflLL HlilrW UUlV I \lutu  TS'irr  ���f/'isruxfi ccj-'viu'D vr >n j.t.Ar i'i r:ia_Q5S.  .   .   ,   ��RAND\FORKS,   m.Q.  All kmcls of fruit trce^,�� shad^'trees and il��>vmno:  shrubs, roses, berry plants, -^paragus and rhul^rb  roots, etc.    Strong hoiue-yi^wn acchmateci siocKy  We   are  bookirio"   orders/for  fall;  planting  now.  MARTIN iyRFEl*L' Pf��P'    p: ��* Bo- ��� % - - '^^ -'  ': - ���" . 1    '-:,yy


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