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The Greenwood Weekly Times 1901-11-15

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JUDGE LEAMY  HAVING  RECEIVED^OTICE FROM DEPART-  -   MENT OF JUSTICE  *.-,'���'       r i&yr-  -. -?��'.������  I"      v-     -. -   '��� ' "��� ��.'.    .    ���  *  .  *���.-.-*   "   ���  j jt^rvesforus  afl lljlltgS     ":.:"  the world has  ��� ��� Tlie science   of  ���selling clothing  is to sell such  .-goods,  as    will  keep for you all  ^'������1<yy%-.:;. patrons    once  ��    y^ySS-    ga^ed. 7   ������.-.. ''���'Kf!r '.This store sells  To...Reside in   Greenwood-He  will  Make    Greenwood    His    Head-  ��������� auatters.  Leased   Mr.    Barrett's    Residence-  Judicial  Work" Has  Been   Subdivided.  with tlie private contract' tliat money IS to be  refunded if goods are not satisfactory. ������-  Overcoats and Ulsters sold by us... ^  a, y   ��� vvare not made to Order, but to Fit.  I -We\ Are Crowding .Oiitjlic Overstocked Lines at Close I  I Prices.   Loot us: ui) if You Want an Overcoat Suit 1  ���_.'���.-' ���        '     ',���-���.-   --.     ��������� ���/.���-  *  -        ..-,.. .....-��� ). ji,  *"����� > ���������..���' __���<.���..--"_      I.'"-.-...   oi.*  i.   ���__    _T.-j��� ,.���     " ?.  ,...,v,.:..,.  oi��� Clothes, Pants,; SliirtopUnderwear.  . ..�����:  'His fldnor Judge Leamy has received  a. communication from thc department  of Justice Ottawa asking him to reside  iu the Boundary. This removes all  objections 'that were connected Ayith  Lhe first gazetting of Mr. Leamy's appointment, ii He is now a resident  Greenwood Judge with jurisdectiou  in Kootenay district, It is -understood  that the three county court judges of  Yale and Kootenay have stibdivied-the  work. JudgeS pint's takes the district  north of Penticton,   Judge Leamy the  Boundary .and Rossland and Judge  Forin the country east of lhcCohi!"S5sya  river. .Judge Leamy will make Greenwood His headquarters. He will remove iii a few days from Anaconda  where he now resides to Mr. Barrett's  ���haudsone residence on Government  street upon which he has scccured.a  long leased    ....'���-:.��� '     ".     .  THIS IS NO JOKE  <**�����_  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"   -  Assets . . $304,568,063.49        Surplus .  . $(.6,137,170.01  j_i_  \. .      - H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  66i-606-607 Empire Stale Building,      "'   - <���- Spok-lne, Wash.  '--  ���   . CHARLES T. TRIPP, Cashier -   ,"  "-  Office Tel. Biown, 211.   **0      '-     "Eesidcnce'Tcl. South, 801.  I.TV^/./  r:  But the* Very Latest' Smelter and Railway  ��� Rumor.  ���  James .Breen, E. J. Wilson, J. E-.  Bo'ss-;S. F.-'-Parish,'Pat Welch,'-F,d.  Massam,-lD.'L. Tate, Anthony J. McMillan, J. I/. Parker have been or are  coming lo Gicennood this week. E. J.  Wilson and Ed. II, ~snm have lelurned  fiom Chicago. Jai. cs Breen is coming  up fiom his cml.130 salmon cannery on  Llie coast, and Joe. Boss it. at the Dorn"  1111011 Coppei Companies pioperlies and  ihe air is thick with Illinois. AM these'  -n.c'n famous in the mining, smelting  and railway v\01 Ids ate hcic for a  ptiYpose. The trouble with other deals  lhat were being negotiated v,as the  fact that Ihey -v.ere not large enough  for this age of trusts and combinations.  Anthony J. McMillan dining his visit  east iutciviewed J. P. Morgan and.he  advised that if he was expected to take  c-haige of a business venture in Boundary Creek, it must include eveiything.  The in ten lien now is to. amalgamate  "the different mining camps in''tke  Boundary, 1 tinning tunnels from.  Greeuwood to each of the camps. Then'  a twenty thousand foil smelter, a converter, mint and copper n anufactur-  nig works will be' built here. Pat  Welch is figuiing on running the  tunnel in ordei to get the contract of  laying the railiS. Should the deal be  cousumated, it incieascs the volume of  bd&ii.ebs trans.cled in Greenwood. It  is lepoited that'MV. Breen will letire  from thc fish business.  ULItllU..,  Bi ing ipe your prescuptions to- fill  Precision, Exactness, quality and fight  prices 1 uie. W. E. Anderson, Plin.., B.  Windsor House Phaiii-acy. ���  '  ��� ..'**  ���iX.  ���&���  as a large and vai-ied one, every line'iscomplcte in  itself, and strictly. first-class," Not a shoddy article; iin  ���any of the lines, They all concede that our stock of  . Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Pf Ices  consistent with the quality of the goods, ^Wc would  dislikc.vcry much to be considered the '-'cheapest" place  in -town, there are so many VERY CHEAP- OENS,  ibut? we, do think that we come Very near b'eingthe  best.   Try us, and;,tell us-'what yot. thir-k,       ;.,      -  THE  R   B     l_  &J Vd  : COMPANY, LIMITED,  1 ^r^J\^u\^/^/\^r^r^f^xj^^iv\j^\r-^^  STEPHENS''  SANFORDS'  STAFFORDS'  Tn wi-iiiiifr (lniil, copying- ink and tlic coinbiucd  oojiyiuy and v.-riliny.  llitflZxnx��sUra.-A-\tx'g Ink, Fo:'iUain Pen Ink,  Marl-injf' till: for linen, . Mac?.lag-e, Library  P_..-tc in t.iilic, also San fords Uptopiau Paste  Juris niicfjvaned for mounting-pi.'otoffraplis.  Yoa ;vvill saycnionev and gel just what you  ivautby t.uyii'ipyour.i'iiks, etc.at    - '    '���'  "ROOKS. STATIONERY,  \7Ai,I< PAPER. ���" Plione V & N. 34  "Quo Vadis" will be here on December 4th.  ;, Percy Godenrath has returned  from  the Siniiikaiiieeii.  Mrs. I. P.*'Armstrong' has returned  from a visit to Spokane.  The popiilai? Gem restaurant is being  renovated and remodelled this week.  Blake.Wilson"of P. Burns  & Co.,  was  over troth Nelson this week.  S. F. Parish, of the B. C, mine hns  returned fiom his trip ts Spokane.  ,R. Smailes paid a flying visit to  Beaverdell this week.  Will exchange Stoves with-3-011 see  While the 2nd Hand maud.  E. J. Wilson and ti. B. Massam returned from Chicago on Wednesday.  '". J. ti. Boss of the Dominion  Copper  company was in the city this week.  Yes we want your housegoods, O. I.  C. Store 2nd Hand.  There was no meeting of the council  on.Monday night a quorum not being  present.  To rcn't-A V-jJU'ding- house, furnished  couvcnientaly located near smelter. Apply Times office.  Grant and Hawkins two experienced  caterers will open the Pacific Cafe and  dining room on Monday next.  Mrs. H. W. Harris has arrived from  the east to join her husband who is  with the Hunter Kendrick company .of  this ci.3-.  Hay wanted���wild aud Bunch grass.  For particulars inquire at the office of  P. Burn's & Co. tf  Fresh milk daily at H. B. Munroe's  Copper Street.  F. C. Gamble, Public works engineer  arrived 011 Tuesday from Victoria and  went to Ingrains bridge which is being  ercted across the Kettle River.  For Rent���Nice house, partly furnished, 5 rooms, very close in. Best  well water in town. Electric lights,  woodshed, etc., very cheap. Apply at  "The. Mart."  IS- J. Tate of Spokane who is interested in the Republic mining company  of Smiths camp, registered at the Armstrong on Wednesday.  Miners ���"' Attention ��� "Bromogrip"  cures colds. Safe and sure price 25c.  For sale at Andersons Drug Si ore.  A. A. .Crowston has moved his  grocery store to the Smith and McRae  block, until recently accupied by Caulfield aiid __,an_oi.t.'".���'':'���  J. Roderick Robertson manager of the  H/ondon. and B. C, Gold Fields S3rndi-  cate was iu the city this week arranging some matters -connected with the  right-of-way. for the power .line of the  Cascade Power company.  The Greenwood citizens band will  give a concert aud dance in the Audi-  toi'ium on- December 19th. "'��� Arrangements are being made for thi* band to  giye-'.free- indoor concerts during the  winter-months.'..-...    j-:-  The job printing department of the  Greenwood Times" has been leased" by  J. W. Ellis who is prepared to do all'  kiadsof job printing jqr- cash. Office  with the Times in the Wallace-Miller  block.   ' ~'-'  A.W. Strickland has returned from  the West Fork- with several fine dear  that fell because of his accurate aim.  He.siys that gane was plentiful there  notwithstanding --he slaughter made  by Messers. Shaw and Grey a fewdaj-s  previous to his visit.  *"-Nest"Tuesda.y"-iu-"the---rPr!_sbyterian-  church Greenwood, Rev. Dr. McRae  will wed Geo. W Tei-huiie and Miss  Annie. J. Moffat, two popular young  people residing at the Mother _7o3e  mine. The cercmouey will be preformed at .0:30 in the morning.  Jno7 Curo* and/Caroline Tuck of  Curlew Wash., were married iu Greenwood on Monday by Rev. Dr. McRae.  The mairiage ceremony was'celebrated  in the'office of Hallett and Shaw, the  happy couple desiring that Mr Hallett  should tie the nuptial knoot as justice  of thc peace. Judge Hallett was too  modest to tackle the job so he called  the Reverend Doctor to his assestance.  All householders those who paid a  rental of at least live dollars per month  for room or dwelling, who arc British  subjects who have been residents of  Greenwood for twelve months previous  to November 1st, 1901, and who have  paid road tax, may become municipal  voters by filing a declaration with the  city clerk before December 1st. Property owners are placed on tlie voters  list from the the assessment roll.  At thc regular monthly meeting of  the St. Andrew's Societ3' held in the  Imperial hotel parlors on Friday  evening last, the following officers  were elected for the ensuing year;  president W. L. C. Gorden, vice pros.,  C. Scott Galloway, sec. treas., J. S.  Birnie, physician. Dr. J. E. Spankie,  solicitor, J. P. Myers Gray and directors H. C. Shaw, D. Ross and W. G.  McMynn. The second annual banquet of the society will be held at the  Imperial on St. Andrew's niglit Saturday Novembrr 30th commencing at  eight o'clock sharp  H. Allenburg, well known insurance  man was in the city this week looking  after the large business of the Equitable Life for which he is western  manager.  Carpets most new this is no josh  see2nd Hand 6. I. C.  G. O, Foss of Foss and McDonald  the well known railway contractors  was ih the city-this week from Morris-  sey in the East Kootenay country  where his firm has a contract.  Dont forget to go to the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,  good mocha aud java coffee, good tea  and f resh groceries.  W. H. Thomas of New York the  mining expert of the B. C, Copper  company was among the many big  miuing men who reached Greenwood  this week.  Allmacher and Wilson are the only  tailors which put the unioii label on.  Geo. C. Ttinslall Jr., general agent  for the Hamilton Powder company  Nelson,secretary of the Liberal association and songster for the Caledonia  society at the same place, was in the  city this week.  Where can I get the best Cough cure.  McDowells White Pine Syrup, Andersons Pharmacy 50 cents.  Eieur. J. E. Eeckie D. S. O., who.left  for the coast today was tendered a farewell smoker in the Greenwood club last  Wednesday evening. J. D Sword M.  E., presided and the evening was spent  pleasently. Many were the expressions  of regret that Greenwood's brave repre-  senative to Strathcona's Horse was  leaviug aud the hopes was expressed  that he [would shortly return to the  city. Lieut. Eekie will remain in  Vaucouver for some time with his  brother Major Eeckic.  Sewing machines for rent. 2nd Hand  O. I. C.  In thc fight at San Francisco tonigh  (F.iiday) Jeffries won in the fifth round  He had the big Akron giantgoiug in  ths second round but Ruhlin stuck too  it until the fifth when he was complet.  ly knocked out by the champion.  The Deadwood camp wagon road is  completed, and is now being used. It  makes an easier and shorter route to  the mines of Deadwood camp.  The provincial government are calling for tenders for thc erection of a  school in Deadwood.  E. S. Moulton Barrett and David  Beath left to-day for Revelstoke to  meet a Scottish capitalist who is looking for investment in B. C. and who  may possible acquiro thc Golden Eagle  on the West Fork.  A piano player named Hughes was  arrested on Thursday night on complaint of Coritine Castiebar a colored  keeper of one of the Gold street houses,  that she had been robbed of her purse  containing   S24. Hughes   and   the  women were taken to the lock-up and  at three o'clock Friday afternoon  Hughes was commited for trial by  Police Magreistrate Hallett.  Spreads Like Wildfire.  When things are "the best" they  become "the best selling " Abraham  Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleville,  O., writes: "Electric Bitters are the  best selling bitters I have handled in  20 years." Yon know why? Most  diseases begin in 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  "nTalafliesT 7If *bliilds"r'up*'r"the "entiJJ1  system. Puts new life and vigor into  an j- weak, sickly, rundown man o  woman. Price 50c. Sold by Mille  Bros , and J. I-. White druggist's  QUO VADIS PLEASES  Wi- Appear in_La Belle Marie at the;Auditor  lum.  The well known 'company comes to  Greenwood for three nights  beginning-  Nov.   28th.     This .-company'--is ���-well  known to theatre goers of the west being formerly the Bittner company who  has always been prime favorites of the  west having just closed a 25 weeks engagement in Spokane *end are  the best  reportorie company  ever travelling in  the  northwest  having the most extensive reportorie of plays of any company travelling and it is a well known  fact that Billing,' manager of the coni-  panj-, who is one of the oldest and best  repertorie manager of the west is employing none but  the hest of talent  presenting ths most progressive ideas  of the most modern  and  up  to date  plaj's,  equipment���in fact   a combination of all that is necessary to produce  the best results in  one that is   most  eminently successful in   pleasing   its  people with thc object in view of providing just the kind"of entertainment  demanded by theatre goers of lhe present day.   The management of Auditorium   Stock   Co.   have   this   season  excelled all previous efforts uot onlj- in  personnel of  the company but also of  entirely new plays and new wardrobe.  E"e Belle Marie is a beautijul five act  comedy drama in which the Bittuer's  made their great hit in Spokane and  have repeated this bill many times by  request. Miss Ruby Miguel who headed this famous company all through  Bittuers' success in Spokane still remains at the head. Mr. O'Connor who  has been Bittuer's leadii-g- man for'a  number of years and who lead s.pine of  the most noted actors of the westHstni  remains as leading man and on the  whole thc company, has no equaljjiv-  ing new plays each night and a continuous performance. This company  wherever opening are pronounced by  press and public as one of the best  companies ever visiting any city and  come to Greenwood iii the hope of  maiutaing the large and liberal patronage that the excellence of their performances merit and those who miss  their opening will miss a treat. Don't  fail to hear their great song aud dance  comedian in the person of ,W; H. McBride, the best the west. has ever  known.  '���y$  TO   THE 7GREEKW.0QD-  yyyytMyyMm^  tsmmngm"  :ij: ������'���'-''���--���-^:,T-^^&  That Throbbing Headache-  Would quickly leave you, if you used  Dr. King's New ~L,ife Pills. Thousands  of sufferers have -proved their match  less merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They mate pure blood and  build up your health. Only 25 cents.  Money back if not cured. Sold by  Miller Bros and J; '__*. White druggist's  Flints Emulsion of C_od Elver Oil  with Hypophosphites for weak lungs.  A flesh maker $1.00. W. E. Anderson  theDruggest.  Ocean Sailing St. Lawrence Route,  Passengers for the old country desiring to travel via the;, direct and  comfortable St. Lawrence rou'ta. should  note the following sailings for the  Allan and Elder-Dempster Lines which  are the last for the season of 1901 from  Montreal to Liverpool -. S. S. Tunisian Nov. 7th, Lake Simcoe Nov. Sth,  Lake Manitoba, Nov. 15th; Corinthian,  Nov. 16th, Lake Ontario Nov. 22nd.  The Tunisia--, Corinthian, Lake  Simcoe and Manitoba ane new 10,000  ton steamers and rank equal to the  crack liners, from New York. Early  application-should-bejniade-~to:-nearest  C. P. Railway agent to insure accommodation on these popular ships.  . bRE'WILL^BE::'I-0ADEb,4AlpQM^  - :��� 7.,7:;y;7-77;risiDiNG.|2||||||i^g  : ���' ._;'.' ..-' ���.'.' '^;:';.:-;:*v'-i^g^^Sw  :;'--���.' yy -������ yyyyyty^yy^yttym^Bi^^m  Plant- t6';K. Jnsta^  ���:: Treatment.-'7<-f7Jew^||^y?lw ^  ,7 Future^'D.bveio_?me'nV^:.-S  Report of Sale ol Pyretic vSmelterl^  the.-MbritrearawiyBOT^  ���'-.-'���. 7 Companyf^yyy0y^i^i  .-*/  yim  y&  mm  ;ais}^mtmi  There. aire two cars on  railway sidingnear Boundary FallSit<|i|ll  be loaded with ore from the Ruby "mine^J"'j[  This property will ship .several :nuii^7'^|  red tons to the local smelter,  drill compressor will, shortly: be jpiacecp  on the property an'd!workcontinued;_iliB.ia6Vl  winter under they superintehdencegiif^i  J. W. Haniiitonf' ; : ^ ; 7 ':**'!���' ��� ��m:S&M  Gilbert .Mahon , mana.ger;||5f:;yt^e7|^  Jewel Minss, .Limited^ an.d|^fe;lef^|^;  thi^week lor England:w^e^tiiey;wiiiS^:  spend;' the-'-winter;.''.' ���'" Mr^'Mab'ony:^ill-|^"'.-  discuss the futureSjdeyel^pment:'of:tlie|^ *"  -treatjSj^ ....  *_f_3t dcc||^^0^;^:{c^^|^*,'1 "'* *��� '*'���'''  Aft^vtsMMs  were * sCnt^-O^it-iip;^^  a provisional arriahg-eme'-it^  the Greenwpbis^lter for treaty  further ore:%:^tie.7wB'^  however.: remainy iny: ;abeya^  after Mr. Miahbn.'sarriv-il7in.7L.ondon7-  J. W. Astley' superinteridetityof; tho7|^  Snowshoe was in the citjrtlii.. weeic.-yyQ!%��  ��� .;,-'��� ���' '������'-' -":"-:-"'' ':    -yy^:^ytt^t:,:yy,y^tm  Paul.,  wood "smeller.  week.   .      .. -....,..,.. ...--,.. _,_,_,-  y-   ���yty; yy^^%%^py*:y7yy��||^|  The* report!' thai ^tHe7'..M0atrekt7;iiaa-7.|  Boston Copper company-are7negotiate7?_t  ing for   the; "purchase of '' the .Pyritic!-.."'���  smelter   cannot7bje7tonfirmed. ylt   is��y  .known thatjhe^ot-ijps^yisQanxious;to% yg  secure smritertfaclU��<^  of its ore" atid'thbse'in^estedln ;hfej|:'S-a  Pyritic, smelter: siate7^hat a deal  is|" **'"'  still  pendmg7butyth^ym^ IJ<*lti!  ... ,-f .#.,,1".Vc-4-r��*f i.f.' rxi\Yii 1^'---'.'':':'::-.:':      : ' "- . - -.$<$yr&;  particulars to tlie  JC".  Great L^;W ^Editor.  "For twoyear-s/ijin^ollsTioi cure'tic-y^  zema in'the palni^fmj^ftinas failed," j||l  writes Editor>H7N.-:Lester/t;of:^  Kan., ���.''then-yi.'^as^wh^  Bucklen's'.' Ar_-icaySaiTC^|*';,^^v.the* ^^  world's best for7Erup^  all skin diseasesyyOni>^^g7at;:Miller._^g ]  Bros., and;J.;'f >;^h\t��:y^^  Thanksgiving'pay-^Elcuil^  For Thanksgiyin^a3^^e^n_:Pac^y I  Ry., will grant;t^.i^ual|^reJand5oiie^  third return rate taaSdTEron^ll'^  in local territ6ry.^^icke^-!|ttf^aij^^|  Nov. 26th, 27th and;f28tti^gbod^*^. r^|f_|'  turn till Nov. 30th;,yy7i7;?y'l-7:-pllii|S^  J. S. Cartef7^-'*Pv'*A'.:---;'NSt^p^  :���-���-.. ���'��� ���.���*'?;���-'���-.���-.''.*��_"?���.��� ���:' ^i'I.M��-t *"       Pool table for. salebr^reot;;  2nd. Hand ..Stor e7 K 7_;_S_7_S7"7-  Famous Play Presented to a Large and Appreciative Audience.  The production "Quo Vadis" with  its vivid presentation of the atrocities  enacted in Rome in the time of of Nero  awed, 3ret pleased au audience of large  proportion at Chatterton's last night.  Tlie play throughout was most agreeably recieved by even the most casual  theatre-goer.  None other of all the plays which  have been dramatized and modified  from Sinkcwcisa'c famous novels appeals to our sympathy for lhe oppressed Christians, as does Quo Vadis. The  scenery carried by the company includes some very elaborate views and  amply illustrates Nero's palace the  Garden of Aldus Platius, the Coliseum  the Roman arena, and tlie burning of  Rome. E. J. Carpenters production  well meets every requirement.  The clever actiug of Harry Morton  who appears in the r"le of Nero the  portrayal of thc innocent and childlike  character of Lygia by Miss Lillian  Lancaster, who recently appeared at  Castle Square Garen, and James A.  Young as Marcus Viuicius, a tribune  all won liberal and- deserved appreciation. Among the others who were not  lacking iu applause are Fred B. Clark  as Ursus, a.slave to Lygia. and C. H.  Farnham as Petron'us', Arbiter of  Elegance. The company by special  request, will pla>' a return date here  to-inrrrow evening.--Chicago Tribune.  Go to Anderson's pharmacy for  drugs, toilet, articles, sponges, soaps,  perfumes, etc., Greenwood.  W. E. Anderad"n'r';:,;*;^in^^!ba5^  Pharmacy is .the-splffjigen^Sprl?  C, the; great n.e^e^oinic;**"  Oyercoatingsy^ra^v_siiSl^i^  macli er and ^Wilson !ati-tfc!��*  "�����-*'  f^M&^^&yi  %9 i^*!***<*-*��3'��#i!'##'��#'��#��'*#**#  "ft  *  -���-.,"���'-      i.y,   ''���������'���'-' -���.i:':~---.'"-'\-\--'-;C-.ir:-"*_****�����<  9  9  a  !���_  5  9  9  ���s  *��  ���s  9  9  w  ��  *&  t-y*ww02  -���'������������-' *sy��*-��yy.  The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary District mimss : durine.:Noy;;^7%^^_i  13th Inclusive so far as has been ascertained from tlie mlaes is as iuiler-':'--''';--.''V.i!?,fe3^|  the  MINK.  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group .  Mother Lode   B. C :   Snowshoe   Winnipeg ,   King Solomon   No. 7 :.   Sunset   Jewel   Total   TONsy  m  Mi  y.9';fflM*Wv$M  v4::084^iSef'"-'  itszej^m  :y:ytyy��m  y-Mmi  :i2im&  --.-���;.vkSi��y.1  Shipments during 1900 and for 10 months of current year, ending Oct_'.'3'ls|i_M?;  were as follows  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group..  Mother Lode   B. c.......:   City of Paris   Golden Crown .'.   Winnipeg   King Solomon   Athelstan   Carmi   Snowshoe.. .*.   Brooklj-n   Jewel   R. Bell   No. 7   Sundry shipments   Sunset   1900  64 535  5 564'  19L494>-  2 000  2 240  1 100  1 200  338  150  160  187:'-89bMj^  �����o>sp|  330 4&&AW'-.  445 19-^3^  5*<s*'!'*####**��S^'?##**#*##*###*��*��**^  Total.....   Grand Total to date..  1 000  98 781 w&mi^&y.  THB GRE&NWO0& WBBKI^I^S.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  f-JALLETT & SHAW,  BARRISTERS,  SOLICITORS,  Notaries Public.  HALLETT."  Cable Addrt^  , Bedford M'Ncill's  Codes -\ Moreiiifc' & Neat's  ieiber's.  I. H. HALLETT  Greenwood,  B. C.  H. C. SHAW.  Brown went back* to his constituency  For re-election   he   was    defeated   by  Thomas Gifford.     The  post   folio   of I exist,  mines was   hawked   round   to almost  every member of the legislature but so  unpopular had the government become  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: O-rer Bank o�� Montreal, Greenwood.  ISflOLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Nadeii-Fhiod blocl-. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J. l\ McLeod  pORBESM.KERBV.C.E  PROVINCIAI, LAND  SURVEYOR  Offices:   Greenwood, B.C.  alSOJ,A.U..swortn'sStorc,M.dwaJ,L.C  cr  VJ. GROVES,  '       civil and Mihino Engineer  PROVINCIAL LAND   SURVEYOR.  GREENWOOD,   M. C.  Miueral Claims Kei-^Xkroiirid Surveys.  protest against this   course.      Whea  was no main line and he did not very  &haw.   published  by   Morang   & Co..  well see how a branch  line could be Toronto.     Mrs.   Henshaw   is-a well  built from a main line which did not known   British   Columbian   who   has  done   considerable    newspaper    work  As is  generally  known the oppon-  under   thc   ��om   de   Plume oi Jul^n  entsof theV. V. & E. havemaintained  Durham.   VWhy   not Sweetheart" is  that the company is without a charter  British   Columbian   throughout.   The  that  not  one  would accept.   It is this   and consequently lacking these powers   scenes and  aharacters are all of the  unpopularity that is responsible for the  which  are usually  given to a railway   Pacific province.   The story  is inter-  delay in issuing the writ for the Vict-  company  that is  legalized by  Act of   esting,    particularly    interesting    to  oria by-election. parliament.    On  the other   hand   the   those aoq.nai-.itcd with the politics and  The position of affairs is exceedingly   V. V. & E. company has submitted the   the mining  industry of the province.  dangerous  to responsible government,   following as a summary of the status   Those who are unacquainted with the  It would be foolish  indeed to suggest   of the company : locality will appreciate a gennine love  that the Dunsmuir government repre-r    The V. V., & E., company was iucor-j s,"ory  wel1   told-     I��   criticism   were  sents public opinion in this province at Porated> *�� tlie first Place, by local act,' ��ff-r��ri i.  would  ,_   . t, .       C],      Chapter 75 of the statutes of 1897. That  -���--  ���,-._,.,.   .,,-,,_   Hnt t-he voice of the    .   ,*        ,   .   ..      . ,        .   .  Act created the incorporators  into  a  body politic and corporate; it fixed no  tim. as the limit of the life of the corporation. The work of building the  railway under the Act was divided in- readin  to four sections, and the time for completing    the    work   was   apportioned |  among   the different sections  in the  following order: ���  The  first  section,    to be completed  within two  years;  the second,  within  three years: and thc third  and fourth  sections, within four years.  The Act was assented to on the  8th  day cf May, 1807, so as lo thc building  One front room very convenient for  Un office. Also one furnished bed  room, situated corner Gold and Washington streets.    Enquire of  A. ALLMACHER.  GREEUWOOD CONSERVATORY  -SILVER STREET���  the present time,  but the voice oE the  people   may   be   stifled   by   influence  wliich should  not be connected with  parliament   Too many members of the  legislature are  tied to  Mr. Dunsmuir.  Joseph   Hunter  representing Cariboo  is superintendent of his railway, Richard Hall who  announced at the Vict-  oria meeting that he would   support  the  Dunsmuir   government, is   Duns-  muir's  coal  agent  in Victoria.    C. E.  Cooley one of the members from Esquimalt is Dunsmuir's solicitor aud secre  If  offered it would be to say that a not  too successful attempt has been made,  to be clever after the fashion of Ellen  Thornycroft Fowler. Taking it all in  all, 'Why not Sweetheart' is well worth  Thi', Times is indebted to R. P.  Petty piece editor of theEardeau Eagle  for an excellent map of thc Eardeau  mining district.  A NUMBER OF PLANTS ANDPLOW ER  now ready.   Orders for cut flowers take.  MISS ATKINSON.  Heavy and  ���na.H--___MH_HHa__MMa_-n___a_i-___H-^^  Shelf Hard ware  -B��-H_Mr_-an"��a___i___EHa__-__"'"-__-K-___n--H---^^  Groceries  and Provisions  ���AT THE-  C Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents.  Concord grapes direct from Ontario,  I every other day, also Moore's early and  | Niagara grapes in a few days-Semerad  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Commerce.   Both 'phones.  COMPANY, LIMITED-  >  _-'>'VA��'V-v3  CHARLES AE. SHAW  Civir. ENC-iKi-iCR  GREENWOOD  ,t       of the third   and   fourth   sections   the  tary  of  his various companies, olher L.^ docs n0t cspire uutil the Sth  day  members are more or less directly connected with Dnnsmuir's various enlei-  prises.    A man who has railways, coal  .IUJ.K, mines,  steamboats,   newspapers,   and  Dominion    and]  Provinciai,   various other enterprises and who also  Land Surveyor. has vacant port folios  to be filled is  B. G. dangerous when turned loose among  some of the representatives of the  people in'the present legislature.  fZAUER & ASHCROFT,  Dwu provincial Land Surveyors  lY.l_.iGG and Civil Engineering.  Mineral Claims Si.rveycaa.id Crown Granted  Land ami Eiiffiiiccrnif. -.iinc..s  .    ���,������.*CE    >tS. -,��.��HCSOFTBg_-,.I.S  Wood   Mock,  ..��t  *����'   lo ^hlom   offlce  of May, 1901.  The situation,   however,   would   be  this;    Supposing the time for completion of thc railway to have expired,  the  corporation would not  necessarily  be  has vacant port folios  to be filled is  dissolved;   it   would   still   exist as a  -    ,__  pjrson, but its power to build the  rail-.  way would be gone if it had nothing to  depend upon except the local statute.  While, however, it was not in existence  .ople in the present ie-a-.--n.un..  It  is, to  be hoped that whatever the   and with none of its powers  impaired          -*"   Af-* of the  Dominion Parliamen  Bound an'  Valley   Lodge  Ho. 3 8, I.O.O.?.  I MEETS every Tuesday  *as*'' ������  /  V   Evenlinr   at   8.00  in  eir lodire room at Masonic liall.   A  cordial  vitalion is extended to all sojourning- ureth-  ���in. D.A. MacKenzii_. K G  W. Elson*, Rec. Sec  K.   OF  P.  GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29. K. OF P..  meets every Wednesday evening at.7:30  in t.'te Masonic hall, Greenwood, -"ojotu-.tintr  brethren cordially iiniled. M. l-i-UGEH, C. C.  A. D. Hallet, K. li. & S.  outcoine map be, a fair redistribution  bill   will   be   passed    before  another  electiou.     It would be impossible to  secure an expression of  public opiuion  in this province under the  present distribution of  seats.   Fifty _ electors  in  Lillooet can elect   a    representative.  Five   hundred   electors   in   Boundary  may vote against a man whose policy  similar to that of the Lillooet representative and the Boundary five hundred maY  be  in  the   minority.      Why  fifty men  in Liilooet should  have   a  voice in the government of this province  and   five hundred  in Boundary  none at all has not been explained mr  paralleled by  a New  Brunswick precedent. .  REDISTRIBUTION.  an Act of the Dominion Parliament  was passed, being Chapter 69 of the  Dominion Acto of 1898. By section 1  of that the works which the company,  by the local Act was   empowered to  Eaaaam  ffi nil��� nh���inn f  >-B-__r  THE PRINTER...  Is prepared to turn ont first class'Stationery.   Mine work a specialty.  Work done for cas.li.   Office -with the Times, Wallace-Miller Block,  V. & N. >PHOA.E 2$.  \  PRICES RIGHT.  or  NOTICE OF MEETING.  r^s-)tys?^q}/B  ^yk,styT^rtt=,r^s-  \tfm D. WILLSON,  CONTRACTOR.  I  have bonjrht R.i F.  Coalcs  House  Moving  equipment and will carry on the Business iii  future.   ��� '    ,.  Branches :   Grand Forks and Ttosslaiid.  Leave orders villi Pacific Transfer  Silver Street.  The Times is in receipt of a communication from F. J. Dean, the enterprising editor of the Kamloops Scnt-  inal, asking for an expression of  opinion on the question of redistribution. The method should be  simple.. There is safety in numbers  and the strength of the house should  be increased to forty members. Excepting  possibly  in the larger cities,  operate, were declard to be a work  the general advantage of Canada, and  by section4 the company was given the  right to begin the railway within two  years, and to complete it within five  years, fromthe date of the parsing of  the Act, whicli is the 13th of June, 1898 j  and the company was brought under!  the provisions of the Dominion Railway Act.  There can be no doubt that that the  Parliment of Canada had jurisdiction  to declare this work one for the general  advantage of Canada,   and there  can  also be no   doubt of the proposition  that, having declared it to be  a  work  for the general advantage of Canada,  the company   which was athorized  to  construct   the   work came under the  provisions-of  the  Dominion  Railway  Act, aud become thereby   a Dominion  company;   so  that Parliament could,  beyond| all question, extend the time  or do any other act which was necessary forthe  proper completion of tha  work in  accordance with the general  policy of the Dominion.   To argue any  other proposition would  be to curtail  and   diminish the powers which  the  British North America Act has  given  to the Dominion over works declared  _ c  A NICE,  Famly Porterhouse or a  Tenderloin, t. bone, "Toft  Sirloin or a Main Steak.  Pork Chops, Pork Tenderloin and Mutton Chops  also Fish and Poultry.  AT THE MARKETS OF  TWO OFFICES on ground floor  ONE LARGE OFFICE on first floor   '  -All heated by hot water.  Houses, Rooms and Store to Let.  ealey Inyestment^  AM)  TRUST CO,, LIMITED LIABILITY.  .PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY^^=���  GEO. R NADEN,  Manager  CIGAR*  IT IS NO CHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE BEST  IMPORTED.  Sffgggffig^^ i CV CAB IT  ���Che  lileelily Citries*  Issued every *?s--day  ���BY���  Greenwood -Times Printingl-Ml-sMog  Company, Limited.  Whether the company has a charter  or not it certainly demonstrated that it  CF*\  - .. CF*  CF*  CF*  is anxious to build a railway. Rail  ways are needed to develop this province and governments and legislatures  should instead of placing barriers in  the way make it as easy as possible fir  i bona fide companies to build  CF*  Duncan Kos;i  ...Managing __ditoi<.  Coli-mi'ia '-"������-.Ei-nosi"   Vernon & Kelson Tbi-bimiosi*..  , No. 40.  ..No. 2..  SUUSCRIt'TIONS-lN 'ADVANCE.  TM.K Vi.Aii ''���<-���- ���  _Si:. Months '.��� ������������ ������:������������"  To Foi-i-iGN CoT-NTi-n-s ���-:  .s  ._ ThE -Times -has .received._.a epp^of  "Why not Sweetheart"  by Mrs.  Hen-  9  -���KiUAY.SOVEMUER I* WI  TH Ii  GOVIiKNMlilN'T'S POSITION.  PUW..C   opinion   as   expressed  at a  large meeting  hi   Uic. city of Victoria  this week,   appears   to.  be    strongly  against   the    Dunsmuir    government |  continuing  witli  two  vacant scats m  the   cabinet.      Among    the    speakers  were members  or thc  legislature   including  Richard McBride ex-minister  of mines.    The meeting was  a large  one.   It expressed no confidence i'h the  government,  urged  the  filling  of the  vacancy in Uie Victoria representation  completing the cabinet  and  the  holding of public meetings  throughout the  province in   support   of   these views.  Bon.  J.  H.  Turner's   resignation   as  minister of finance to accept   lhc  position'of  agent-general in London, precipitated the troubles, for the  government.     Hon.   James Dunsmuir   went  outside his own following to appoint J.  C. Brown of New Westminister to his  cabinet.    Richard  McBride   resigned  h.is position of minister of mince rs &  "*������'* ''   to be for   the   general   advantage  of  o=*]  there  should be single   member  con-   Qana^a, CF��  stituencies.     There  are two practical  basis ior re-arranging thc seats, one is  the population according to the census  and  the ether  is  the number of votes  polled in the last general  election.    If  it were not that the census is more  recent the latter  would be the better  way   since    then    Chinese    wouldn't]  count.      The   large   cities   should   te  give1S'"'meThbci"s^"'''i'ccording-'*;"-to'-"thcfr-  populalation;   in    the    more    thickly  populated farming districts  as far as  possible municipal  boundaries  should  be observed and  in  miniug  sections,  common sense, the lines of railway and  the boundaries   of    mining    districts  should be considered.     Constituencies  should ba   made along the line of the  C. P. R. and along the Crow's Nest and  Columbia and Western.    Then  again  a portion of one mining district should  not be in one constituency and the rest  iu another.    Boundary   lines for judicial,   mining   and    registry   purposes  should if possible harmonize.  Redistribution   would   be    an   easy  matter  if  it could  be taken out of the  hands  of  tlie politicians.    A commission comprising a supreme court judge,  a  fair  minded   Victorian like Senator  Tcuiplcmau and an interior man  who  could  tell  thc  olher members  of the  commission something about  tlie geography of this province  could  arrange  as fair   and   equitable   redistribution  bill   in  three days.   There  is  no difficultly in the way  except  the  selfishness of small politicians.  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.        ��� -Bcstr~--..,...~J$7i0Q0.(100.  ���o   President:   Lord Strathcona a��d* Mount Boyai,,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drommond. *  General Manager:   E. S  Clodston,  Branches in London, Ui \ $_JV'&l. flew YoiK, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ;' Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, availat>_e In any parted the world.  i Greenwood Branch,    P. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  'ffismm  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY.  THE-?AHK.-0E   ��������  We have opened out a  Tailoring Establishment on Copper street,  opposite the Rendell  block.  We  Make a Specialty of  Ladies' Tailoring.  j$��  M  --<&-���     * --1lHll!-yj_I-.��_-^v.=_-_=.-^__i!^Si._   tish North America  Established 1836.     Incorpooated by Royal Charter-  Capital, Ja,600,600--$.4,866.66.  Reserve Fund, /350,000-$l,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON. ENGLAND-  II. STIKEMAN. General Manager. Montreal.  J, ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal.  Branches and agents iu 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.  Fred ROY, Proprietor. 'PKone: Columbia^.  * "WELr THAT'S *  ,Is what they all say about  \m**m/  4*  4-  4--  % JHE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR. |  V. V. & ti. RAIL,WAY.  OO  SV  ���^  oo  IiViDKXTi,v the V. V. ft E. railway  must convince the Dominion government as well as the provincial that  they have a charter. Last v.eek an  application vas made to thc railway  committee at Ottawa for permission to  construct a branch line from its main  line extending to Columbia and Grand  Forks and to the Granby smelter, Ivlr.  | Blair, n.i.}ister <?f railways, s-aid there  are all this season's and  wc guarantee style and  workmanship perfect.  Prices Are Reasonable  XECM���BffiJy  With V/hicti is Incorporatedlthe ,  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO.A. COX, President.   B.E.WALKER, General Manager  H, R. DAVIDSON,  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  4��  4��  4-  4*  +  4*  4*  4"  4��  4��  4*  Impossible   to cut the  face,  shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  mustratcd booklet free.      Mail Orders pro-.pt* ��11*.  McLennan,   McFeely .4  Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  VANCOUVER. B. C  122 Cordova Street,  *  4-  4*  *  4*  R, GREIGER, Manager,  Merchant Tailors, Copper St.  Wholesale Dealers U Liqaors ana Ci_ats.     Ml line Glass-  to. ail Bat Sap.Hes. ������&.  v��-ri_i-n fir��xjit)-F-jr ���n--n-i��a  tw*    irwj *������i_.--iiii_-._i ���     i Twriiif-ri ��r��uvi ik>-rin;i  THB GREEjNW-Oori WEEKLY TIMES.  _ .  Page  ������Eticoitrage gitiztiis Bin  >�����  in  t  ��. Particulars Eater. -��  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  Ifk Ciinp-ell afid A. C; McKefizle; late of  Gr�����oo4 ia the Kettle River minln. Dlv -  - sion of the Province of British Columbia.  and to any other person or persons Merest-;  ed or claiming any title to the "Queen Bess  mineral claim, situate In Long Lake Camp  (formerly called Gold Drop Camp.l In the  said Kettle River Mining: Division.  You are hereby notified that Prank -1). Goct-  ter of Colville. Wash., U. S. A., and ' V.^& M��-  ky-n, of Greenwood aforesaid, have cxpu.ca  In labonr and improvements, the  suni irt "��<;  *p?*m*z$x^. t^rBBi  EASTMANN'S  It at the expirajlon oi nimj u-... o.._ ,   oi this riot'ek you fall or refuse to contribute  your proportion of the expenditure required  nnder the said section 24 of thc ���'Mineral Act",  together with all costs of advertising-, yonr  Interest in said claim shall become -vested in  the said Prank B. Goetter and W. G. McMynn  [yonr co-owners] under section 4 of the "Mineral  Act Amendment Act 1900".  Dated ot Greenwood, aforesaid, this Sth day  of An just, A. D., I10I.  FRANK B. GOETTER,  W. G. McMYNN.  /MINERAL ACT.  To Romalne Malcolm and any  Others Concerned.  TAKE NOTICE that  I  have caused lo be  done on the Buster and Alaska. Mineral claims  situated on the West Fork of the Kettle River  In the.Kettle-River Mining- Division of Yale  District, the work required by Section 24 of thi.  Mlneral Act, for the year which has expired,  and have expended for such  work and for recording-the certificates thereof the sum of two  hundred and five dollars ($205) aud if at lhc ex  plratlon of nlnty days from the date of thc first  publication of this notice, you fail to contribute  your porportion of such expenditure, namely :  One hundred and fifty three dollars and severity  five cents t$l5-.75_ for three-fourths interest itt  said mineral claims, together with all costs of  advertlslni��;your Interest in said mineral claims  shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by the  "Mineral Ac�� Amendment Act, 1900.  -: Dated this 16th day September, 1901.  ��� Kate T. McKenzie.  and Kodak Supplies.  A   Full   Line   of  Photographic  Goods always in Stock.  Films, Mounts,   Plates, Tipods,  Cameras, Etc.  Hals fi jl pralea Wu  Certificate of Improvements.  *  NOTICE.  BBLIr Mineral   Claim, situate in the Kettle  River  Mining- Division of Yale  District  "Where Located :   In Beaver Camp ou the  .,.   .. West Pork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P. McLeod, Free  Miner's certificate No. B40-81 asatrentfor  John T.Bell, Free Miner's certificate No. B30*  iiA and Robert W Jakes'Free Miner.s certificate  *NoB40288* Intend 60 days fiom the date hereof,to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  01 Improvements, for the purpose of obtaiuitiij  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  ;: action 37, must be commenced before thc  issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this4th day of October, A. D.1901  J. P. McLEOD.  (A rich man, who had no children, proposed  to his neighbor, who had seven, to take one of  them, and promised, if the parents would consent, that he would give them property enoug-h  to make themselves aiid thel_ other Six Chllrorn  comfortable for life.)  WHICH shall it be?   Which shall it be?  I looked at him���John looked at me.  And when I found that I must speak.  My voice seemed low and weak.  'Tell me again what Robert said;"  Aud then I,listening, bent my head,  This i. his letter:  "I will give thee  A house and land while you shall live,  If in return, from out your seven,  One child to me for aye is g-iven."  I looked at John's old garments worn;  I thought of all he had borne  Of poverty, and.work, and care.  Which I, thou-rli willing-, coald net share;  I thought of seven^-ouug mouths to feed,  Of seven little children's need.  And then o�� this.  "Com . John," said I,  ���'We'll choose among them as they lie  Asleep,"uSo, walking hand in hand,  Dear John rfmll sutveved our band.  Frist lo the cradle lightly stepped,  Where Lillian, baby slept.  Softly the father stooped to lay  His rough hand down in a lovely way,  When droam or whisper made her stir,  And huskily he said.   "Not her!"  Wc stooped beside the trundle bed,  And only one long ray of lamplight shed  Athward the boyish faces there,  Iu sleep so beautiful and fair,  A tear umlried.   Ere John could speak,  'He's but a baby, too," said I,  And kissed liim as wo hurried by;  Palo, patient Robbie'r angel face  Still in his sleep, bore suffering trace���  "No, fora thousand crowns, uot him,"  lie whispered, while our eyes were dim.  Poor Dick! bad Dick! our wayward sou���  Turbulent, restless, idle otic���  Could he be spared?   Nay:   He who gave  Bade us befriend him to the grave;  Only a mother's heart could bo  Patient enough for such as he.  "And so," said John, "I would not dare  To lake him from his bedside prayer."  Then stole ive sofly np above,  And knelt by Mary, child of love.  "Perhaps for her. twould better be,"  I said to John. Quite silently  Hc lifted up acurl that lay  Across her check in willful wap,  And shook his head,   "Nay, love, not thee,"  The while my heart beat audibly,  Only one more, our eldest lad,  Trusty and I ruth ful, good and glad-  So like his father, "No John; no;  I coiiuol, will not, let him go."  And so wc wrole in courteous way  Wc could not give one shild a-svay.  And after toil lighter seemed,  Thinking of that of wliich we dreamed,  Happy iu truth that not 0110 face  Was iiiisr.ed from its accustomed place;  Thankful to work for all thc seven,  Trusting the rest to One in heaven.  West Fork Notes.  ',  D-  v.-  DOUGLAS & M'KEHZIE, Props.  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "GREAT HESPER" Mineral claim, situated  in the'Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located -. In Smith's  Camp.-  ....������'..���  TAKE NOTICE   that   I.   Isaac   H.   Hal-  , lctt,  as  agent  for J.  C.   Haas,  Free  " Miners', certificate No. B40347, and James  McNlcol,' Free Miner's Certificate No  B.1465,       intend sixty        days from  .the date   hereof,   to   apply   to  the   Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements^ for  tlje purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  . above claim-  And further take notice that action, under  ;���: Section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 9th day of September, A. D. 1901.  ���--^------^���--^,--_,___._^  THE   BEST   OF   FOREIGN   AND  DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS  AND   CIGARS.  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR   TRAVELLING   MEN.  Gorman West returned from Greenwood Monday last.  An extra force of  men were put. to  work on the Bell this week.  Third street::is being graded under  the superintendence of A. S. Enibree.  .- The win tersupplieTf or the- Rambler  were packed up this -week from Beaverdell "and Carrni.  F. C. and Mrs. Boles of Carmi returned Friday last from a week,s visit  with friends in Greenwood.  Two shifts are now at work sinking  on the Carmi. The concentrating  plant will be started next month.  A. W. Strickland, accountant in the  Greenwood branch of the __jank of  Montreal, is visiting friends in Carmi.  . R. Parry is doing asseessment work  for Pittock & Wei ner of Greenwood on  the Extention, a claim joining the  Washingtoh and Idaho.  The work on the Butcher Boy shaft  in Carmi camp is showing up splendid  ore, the richest that has yet been taken  out of that camp.  The cabin on the Highland Chief,  Wallace mountain has been completed  Eric Jackson, who has been in the  West Fork district all summer, prospecting and doing assassmeut work on  his claims up Beaver creek, left this  morning for Phoenix, where he will  work during the winter.  J. M. Cropley of Graenwood was a  visitor to the district this week and left  for home Thursday. Mr. Cropley in-  tinds coming back and. spending the  winter working on the Wellington  group of claims, in which he is interested.  The first fall of snow  at Beaverdell  this season occtirred Wednesday night.  Jas Cameron lef. yssterday for Green j  wood, where he intends starting in the  blacks mi thing business.     He intends  coming    back   to   Beaverdell   in   thc  spring.  J. R. Brown, of Fairview, one of  the deputy assessor for the east riding  of Yale, paid an official visit to the  district this week having come over  the trail from Penticton. He left for  Rock Creek Tuesday morning.  C. Jti. Shaw, C. E., has completed  the survey of the Sally group'of claims  on Wallace mountain and will in a few-  weeks issue a blue print of the claims  in that camp. He is at present surveying the Hard cash group near  Beaverton.  Clement Vacher superintendent of  the Sally group, left tliis week for Central camp, in the Boundary country, to  look after delevopment work being  done by his company there. He will  probably be gone a month, and when  he returns it is expected that building  op-Jations on the concentrator for the  Salley will be commenced.  P. Kennedy is suffering from a severe  attack of inflammation of  the bowels.  He  is at the Washington  and  Idaho  cabin and in his present condition it is  impossible to get him down to Beaverdell and from here on to the hospital  at Greenwood.    Robt. Parry is attending him and everything possible is be  ing done for his comfort,  taking into  consideration that there  is neither a  doctor nor   a drug store whitiu  fifty  miles of here.  The wagon road from  the Rambler  to the RiVer is now  completed.     The  bridge across the  river to the wagon  road will not bu.lt  until "it is finally  settled   whether a sleigh road will be  made from Robinson's ranch  to connect with the end of the wagon road on  this side of the river.   An effort is now-  being made to raise  funds  to connect  Beaverdell with the wagon road at the  seventh crossing on the  north  side of  the river.   If this is done the Rambler  people will not build a bridge at Dry-  creek.  Raglanette mi Yoke Overcoats  Made in Grey, Green and Dark effects  are tke most fashionable Overcoats of tlie season.,  Other popular styles are the Kitchener, ths Full Box, and Half Box,  in Grey and Oxford Colorings.  ��� ���  +��*,  ***  This label on the left hand pocket  o�� Sma.ll's Royal Brand Garments.  The RaglaneUe.  CHOICE CIGARS   AND  TOBACGOS X XX<*��  FINE  I  '    f�� j| r^f  'C^/A0  +���%,  *%/  yyi  ���'-_i?  ������$*��%  REGISTERED "~  ���r<  J  News Papers, Periodicals,  Circulating Libf ar y< Fancy  Goods, Candies, Etc., Etc.  y%,   +%>    *%>  COPPER STREET  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ���!.]  !___!___.!  If you want nice soft drinks   call   at;  South End/grocery, A  ���  '  ":' '������; r  Prescriptions filled correctly���Ander  son's pharmacy. _ r  PORTMAN   &PORTMA]Sf  Proprietors,  ASK FOR  l^EJ. MITCHELL^ 1  "n��M  The lakhofn Lager Beer Contain, only Pure Mart Hops, Try  Itlt^oS*.   g��r in Bottles by all the ka.mg Hotel  y&��  Wallace lit.uuuw _._.;- _.._...- *,_ ,   ACCOMMODATION FOR 75 GUESTS   and work commenced   on  the 90-foot  tunnel which is being run   to crosscut  _-c-ir1tipf.-)rnerof.Government and Greeny.oo.a  Streets.  the ledge,  MINERAL, ACT 1896.      '  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "SII/VER     PUCK     FRACTION"     Mineral  * Claim, situate lu the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale District.   Where located  In Central Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. nallett, as  agent for Frederic Keeffer, Free Miner's Certificate No.B40694,ar.cl ftiary Garland Free Miners  Certificate No. 1-40559, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mlni-ig rscorder  for certificate of improvements for the purpose  o�� obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, mail be commenced before tlic issuance! of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of October, A. D. 1901.  I. II. HAItLET  LIMITED  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AMD SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, C.  C.  MINERAL ACr.  ^%^^tl{?d��^:<:'tyLf>"  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS1  DEA.DWOOD sciioor.-:iou._i-"  Te Ourles. W- Edwards,  and others con_  TAKE NOTICE that I have caused lo be  done on the Uncle Same Mineral Claim sUuate  l�� Skvlark Camp In the Kettle River m.ning  dWtaton of-Yale District, the work re,, n red by  Section  24 of  thc Mineral Act, for the year    QEALE|,   TENDERS,    indorsed    ''^mle,  thtih has expired, and have expended for snch    ��5   for Scs���..:Uimise.�� will be received by th;  ,?___ for record!nir  the certificate thereof   ttTb.ir-nc-si.riKd up to noon of Monday, lhe2=tl  The snm of one hundred and two dollars and  flftve-nts ($102.50); and if at the expiration of  .inetv days from the date of the first publ icatiou  ^tws notice? vou fail to contribute your pro-  Portion of such eApenditure, vi_. Thirty-four  To "1�� and seventeen cent- ($34.17 for pnc-third  fntere" In ��aid fnineral claim, together with all  l^sts of advertising your .merest In said mincr-  ^claim shall be liable to forfeiture, as pro  al claim ����"  "; ,   �����,   a mendnicut Act  Hugh Cropley completed the cabin  on the "Wellington and Hoinestake the  past week and has commenced development.   These claims lie west of the  Sally group on Wallace mountain   and  abonthalf a mile east of Beaverdell.  The nine leads of the Sally group run  through   the Wellington   and Home-  stake.   A shaft about 15 feet  in depth  has been sunk on. the  Wellington,  exposing a lead of galena 12 inches wide  aiid giving good values in eilver.    f On  the Homestake the wotk  coneis}s of  open crosscuts.   The ore in this claim  is higher than that Of the Wellington,  assaying as  high  as 1,000 ounces in  silver.      Work will be continued all  winter on the claims..    '  '  D. M.   Wilkins  of the   West   Fork  stage line had a slight  mishap on his  trip  up  from Greenwood   Wednesday  evening, breaking an axle of his hack.  Mr Wilkins was  trying to  make the  trip in eight hours,   but  at Cranberry  creek darkness overtook him and it was  impossible to make time and doge all  the stumps on the government wagon  road tetween here and Cranberry.    He  did fairly well'until within a mile  of  town,     barring   an   occasional   upset  which is not considered  a serious set-  back by drivers on-the-WestF.ork-i*.oad.  However he struck  a  stump that was  more substantial   than  his  hack  and   ��^fl^t!!nW1!.!Hnf!!!H!!1!nn��!!ffl1!i!  Engineers and mine  Super'mtcndants will find  it to their interest to refer to us wlien in need of  anything In the Pump  line. We make Pumps of  every'dcscriptlon for all  services.  1   Pump  Catalogues and  Specifications sent upon  M handy���safe.  1 Booklet.  Agents at Rossland B.C.  a Vancouver Ens-inenring  JJWorks, agents at Van--  ' couver, E. C-  l_l_^-E3^S"si^^^s3SS;s^SS    ~"  Shop worn goods  9  for your Fall Suit ^  ��  when you can secure *  "St  New Goods of   the �����  *  most  fashionable  ^  9  pattern which have *  *'  jnst arrived. 9  I The Biggest and best %  I assortment of Fall Suit*' ��  2. ings ever brought .into *  % the Boundary.  X   X %  960 King St. Sutway  T53-4  63  O  t       THE TAILOR        f  *���& 1?  I Copper St.        Grecnwoofl. ���  :-*��fe  i^^S;  broke an axle. Owing to the accident  he was unable to make his regular trip  to Carmi ���Wednesday.���West ���> Fork  News.  \   0��~-  mm.  9f  ^-.v  e_-^  . .,:. T-i.111 be liable to forfeiture, as pro- pose, ana in- ai;iu-...>-..u .  -*- Lc.j"& the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, ,,euded to the f.rm of tend  vided by the.Mineral  _*- the contractor himself ar  J900.  Dated this 29th day of Au-rnst, 1TO1.  EMANUEL PASTROM-.  STRAYED.  -.o my premises below Midway a  lieht bay horse, branded on left  rffonller four white feet and white  Srip on face. If not called for the  same will be sold to pay for keep and  post of this advertUement,R^oc?E)  Midway, Oct- 1st, IW.  the unrtersi<riicd up to noon of Monday, the 2."tli  November, "TO!, for the erection . and completion of a oue-rcoiu school-house at Deadwood,  B. C.  I'lans, Rpcc*.iicatio:iF, forms of tender Pin!  contract may be sein 011 and after the KStli  November, 1.1YI. at the Govern incut Agent's  office, (.rceinvcid.  Tenders will not be couaidersd utiless made  upon tiie printed forms supplied for the purpose, aiid the agreement to execute a bond, appended to the fcrm of tender, is duly signed by  the contractor himself and two other responsible residents of the l'nn-inee in the penal  sum of S3-l\ fer the faithful perforin ance of the  work.  Tho lowest or -in* tender u_t necessarily  accepted,  Vi. S. GORE,  Deputy Com;nis_ion .r nf ivaud.. & Works.  Itandsand Works Department,  Victoria, IJ. C, lllli November, 1901.  The Best Meals in the City  Cooked under the personal  supervision of Escalet for  Fifty Cents. X Well  heated and comfortable  rooms Fifty Cents. X j��  Postum and Grape Nuts at the South  _3nd Grocery. W. S. Graham, proprietor.  Truly a Great Company.  The Equitable  I4fe not  withstanding having paid more in  dividends  to  their  policy   holders  than   any   other  company, still holds by far the large:.!  surplus than  that of  any  other company in the world.    A word to the wise  is sufficient.Thc Equitable Lifo policies  never lapse in 'as  much as'that  tlie  society in their contract guarntces  to ��� c^  reinstate  at any  time   providing  the . cy|  holder of policy can furnish a certilicate j  of good health and  pay  the  premium'  back with interes  per cent per a  representative of the lOqr  now in the Boundary and will only  be  too glad to furnish  any  information  desirable   " in     connection     with   the  society.  All kinds fruits, fresh candy, daily j t^2  at Semerad's  ���MONTREAL, QUEBEC-  MAKUFACTURERS OF  ���'W -s&J^/aa   ^5^%/_ g4|V  ���=_f- ���i-��a.nr":,,Tr*"|-l^t',-T _sry-i*.?-����at-J��_*a**���*��� *���*trtMKiti-  ^r_s&  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 2  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 3  PRESSORS . .  COMPT.ETE MINE EQUIPMENTS  ��ST0O4 CARRIED IN ROSSLAND.  ���yiWrn  Agents For Tlio Bullock Diamond Drills. __���   �� 75  (7 .ttfilasJy. Rossland* B. C __3   ���������������������-^^  yean furnish a certilicate j --,���-,^.^^^1^ci:^^^"^,'-^-���--2!^':;:=;::-      '"^ ���   _ of the Equitable Life ss  ^ "^ .*'-.-��� ^  ���-rs  i ���^a  \i  v#-  JEL  'V,        C_     . H   fa     ir.  FREE BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS  ���"3  "tro   to  Anderson's   pharmacy    for  drugs, toilet, articles,  sponges,  poaps-  tics, ctcM ^t'ecnvrop'J, " '  ...The Clarendon Caie...  e escalet, Proprietor.  That Throbbing Headach;- ! ttii  Would quick'y leave you, if you used ; _^S  Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands j ^  of sufferers have proved their mate !.'<:__��  less merit for Sick and Nervous Head- | ^o  aches. They make pure blood aud ' ~0  build up your" health.    Only  25 cents.  Tim MW  Unisp  n  r!i'i!i  JlllilO  jU  ills Elites ii ite im  f 11 f if  For prices of lc'ts ;u>d other  iufonuation address  i   ���    +..._  ni^nrinl  and commercial centre of the  Grccuwcod  is  the  financid    aiKi  Boundary Creelc Distnct I c s tl su^ g.^^^^  Mining* camps. ^r01^ ^fl] Lake, Skylark, White  ^^Sd^S^on Ed' otier^oundary  Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenv/ood.  13 C  ^y^,,x^:y^,^^  Miller Brps ��na J. L- White druggist's  ;V"' & Prompt attention $  given to our mail  order department  MILLER BROS  determined, con_e]what may, to uphold  their rights and preserve their liberties.  "The King's Birthday" sounds  strange as yet in the ears of British  subjects; custom with the old and tradition with the younger generation has  made Maj- 24 sticred to royalty and the  new festival fits as awkwardly as a  boy's first pair of trousers. It is little  to be wondered at then, that a majority people will spend today in trj-ing  to accustom themselves to the new  order of things, and if there are not  signs of rejoicings abroad, it is not  that they do not love or honor the  King, but that they do not realize that  time lives���for the death of Queen  Victoria created a gap in the family of  the empire felt as keenly as if it had  happened in the individual family of  every member, and the wound is not  yet healed.  3 1-    ( ] ] ) ] T ( ( 3   V 3 3 3 3 "_ "TIMES.  LION BOTTLING WORKS.  : i t.. cirrris of  ���4 ��>S���  GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS.  All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages  Sole Agents for THE LION ERFW1NC CO., Rossland, B. C.  The Largest Brewery in British'Columbia*  JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.  SLUMP IN CARIBOO  %  THE KING'S BIRTHDAY  Quetly  Observed  In   Greenwooi   and Elsewhere.  Saturday last  the King-'*.'"birthday.  was 'cjuietly   observe��.--Tn Greenwood  .and ia,  the province.  fiefe"trTe^banks and pluces of business  were cl< aftd. The majority of people  spent the day quietly at home" People  must become acquainted with the daj'  <as a national holiday before they will  organize for its celebration. Discussing the King's birthday thc Colonist  says:  :   Since.1842 November .9 has been celebrated iu British official circles  as the  anniversary of the birth of Albert Edward, . Prince of Wales,   but this year  to observe it as  the birthday of  their  King.   His Majesty was born  November 9, 1841.    He was created Prince  of  Wales on the 4th of December of  the  same year, and when he came to man's  estate he exercised the functions of that  high'position in a manner that popularized him from end to en of the Empire.  His  visit to Canada  and the United  States in 1860 made him a favorite with  the people of the Dominion, and served  to create feelings of friendliness  be-  tsveen those of the United States and  the mother country, that have acted as  a leven to check the Anglophobe sentiment which bubbles over occasionally,  on the approach of a presidential election for the benefit of the groundlings.  His subsequent visit to India did much  to strengthen the-loyalty of the heterogeneous population of that great depen  dency, the Prince winning the. hearts  of his august mothers,subjects at every  point by his invariable amiabilty  and  tact     After the death of Prince Albert  and the practical retirement of  Queen  Victoria  from public life,  the heavy  work of  royalty   devolved   upon   the  Prince and his gracious wife,  Alexan.  dra, the beloved of all,      On  all great  state occasions the Royal pair assumed  the duties pertaining to the sovereign,  ancTrelie ved the.sor rowing, motherjrom  duties which her grief rendered repugnant.   In this way, year by  year,   the  Prince   and- Princess  became known  throughout the United Kingdom as no  other    royal   personag'ees   were   ever  known before, and their contact with  the people rendered them respected and  beloved second only to Victoria herself.  What better training could a king  have?    The years brought him ever in  closer touch wito the hearts of his  people,  and at length,   when Victoria the  good was called away, an empire, bowed with grief,  consoled itself with the  thought that she liacl  lefl   a  successor  entirely  worthy  and  capable.        Thc  events of the  past few months have  proved   that   their    hopes   were   well  founded.      In   Edward VII.     Britons  possess a sovereign who is every  inch  a king���a wise ruler,   who  knows  the  wants and desires of his people, aud is  Stock of Famous Camp McKinney  Property  Went Down.  During the past few weeks, Cariboo,  McKinney, shares slumped  in a sensational manner without any apparent  reason for the same.    According to the  Victoria  Colonist  the   most plausible  reason for the decline is that a Toronto  bauk which..held a large block of shares  as   security   for   a   loan,    seized   the  psycholop-ical moment, when the shares  first  commenced   to    advance    three  weeks  ago,   to  realize, but the market  being abnormally timid and sensitive  immediately became panic  as the big  offerings  continued  to come out and  the prices fell with the extraordinary  rapidity and sudnness noted.   As some  will    remember,     however,     Cariboo  shares experienced a similar slump on  a   former  occasion,   followed   shortly  afterwards by an unprecedented raise,  by which operation large  profit's were  cleared by a certain ring of manipulation, it has certainly been most admirably managed, for the bears at present  are most effectually having  it_all their  own   way.     That    anything   serious  should  happen  to  the  mine does not  seem possible as I am informed on un-  denibly   reliable source that the property of laxe has developed in the most  satisfactory manner,  new ore   bodies  having been  encountered while values  have increased to a very  considerable  degree  in   the lower levels.   The mine  and mill have also-constantly operated  aud during  recent  months' cleans-up  have averaged at the rate of  approximately a thousand dollars a day.   It is  hardly  possible that   profits  such   as  underthe circumstances would be made  wc uld hardly be all sunk in improvements  and therefore there should by  this time be a sufficient accumulation  to the credit of the company to admit  of the payment  of  a  dividend.   Even  should   the   recent   diamond   drilling  operations have failed to discover ore-  bodies below the 500-foot level,  this in  itself is  not yet sufficient to occasion  alarm, as from the fact that the  mine  has   at   least   two   years   ore   supply  blocked out,  it has  always been well  known that  the  Cariboo  vein is constantly   faulting,   and   while   it    not  frequently takes some  time to locate  the  ore body  when   it has shifted, so  far,  in  due  course  the search has invariably been successful; and if this is  a difficulty  now  it will   probably   be  very soon overcome.  Letter From President.  Marshall Hawkins, a colored gentle-  resident of Greenwood, has a letter  from President Roosevelt. Marshall  reading in the papers that the president had Broker T. Washington the  colored leader to dine with him at the  White House, wrote a letter congratulating the president upon his broad  mitidednec-|'.nvthus recognizing a leader  ot the colored race. Geo. B. Cortelyon  secretary of the president wrote as  follows : My Dear Sir : The president is in receipt of your letter of the  21st inst. with enclosures and requests  me to thaik you for your kindly expressions which he sincerely appreciates. Very truly yours,  Geo. B. Cokteia'on,  Secretary to the President.  White House, Oct. 29.  CAMP  IcKIfflEI  MIHEBAL   ACT.  Toj. C. Eaas and-others interested in tie  Admiral Dewey mineral claim, situated ia  Summit camp, Grand Forks mining division  of Tale district:  TAKK NOTICE that I have caused to be  clone on tho Admit-.tl Dewey minoral claim,  situate in Summit camp, in tlie Grand Forks  mining divj-ion ol* Yale district, British Col-  urabin, tho work refiuircdljy Section 21 o�� the  Miiioi-i-.l Act, for tlio year winch has expired,  and liitv-e.vpouile'l for such work and for re-  cordinii tlie certiliente thereof thc sum of one  hum'r-.l and tiir_o dollars and fifty cents  (5_03._-)i; r.nd tlmt ii, ut tho expiration of  ninety days from the date of tlio first publication of this notice you fail to contribute your  proportion of snch expenditure, namely,  $25.S.'-.: each, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in said mineral claim  shall Ijo liable to forfeiture, as provided by the  " Mineral Act Amendment Act 1900."  Dated this l'Jthcl}iy of June, 19U1.  J. Vi. Powell,  MINERAL ACT,  To John Layeux, of Grand Forks. B. C, Frei  Miner:  You are hereby notified that I have expended  .in labor and improvements ou the "American  Eai>le" mineral claim, situate in Skylark camp,  in the Kettle River Milling Division of Yale  District, the stun of One Hundred Dollars and  $2.50 for recording- the same, such beiup the  amount required and necessary to hold the said  claim for the year ending the 2nd day of July'  1901, under thc provisions of the "Mineral Act1  .and Amending Acts; and if at the expiration of  ninety days from the date of the first publication of this notice in the Greenwood Weekly  Times you fail or refuse to contribute your pro-  pb'rtibuofsuclrexpi'nditurei^"namely J31.16,���together with all costs of advertising, your  interest in. said mineral claim shall become  inestcd in me [your co-owner] upon filing iu the  proper office in that behalf thc affidavit required  by Section 4'of the "Mineral Act Amendment  Act 1900."  Dated this lCth day of September, 1901.  De er  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Astonding Discouvery.  From Coopersville, 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," writcs'.Mrs. S. Himelberger  "for three generations of our family  have used Dr. Kiug's New Discovery  for Consumption and never found its  equal for Coughs and Colds." It's an  unrivaled life-saver when, used for  desperate lung diseases, Guaranteed  bottles 50c and $1.00 at Miller Bros.,  and J. Iv. Whit's drug store. Trial bottles free.  To Rent���A three roomed   cottage,  furnished.   Apply the Times office.  Fall   hats���latest���up-to-date   goods  at G. F. Williams'.. ��� t f  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Take Notici. that the partnership  heretofore subsisting between ��� the  ur.dersit.t_cd, carrying on business as  Hotel Keepers, under the firm name  and style of Madden aud Dallas, has  this day been dissolved by mutual  consent.  All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Henry B. Madden  and all claims against the said partnership 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 : ~H. 33. Madden  A. M. Whiteside.      James Dauas  Largest assortment of pantings ever  brought into the Boundary at A1-.  macher and Wilson's.   .  HOTEL  BOLSTER,  WASH.  MIHEHAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE. "  S.\.\* '.JUAN FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, sit-  usitc in the Kettle Kiver Mining Division of  Vale District. Where located ��� Providence  Camp.  Take Notice that I, John William Nelson,  Freo Miner's Certificate No, n _0."i32, intend  sixty days from the date liereof to apply to the  Mining Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tha purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grunt of tlic above c'.aim  y\nd further litl.c notice that notion, under  Section 37,  must be commenced  before  the  issuance of such Certi   *;ate of Improvement.  ���   Dated this sixth duy Ji June, A. ])., 1901.  23 .  J. \V. KELSO*-*. -  Stepped Into Live Coals.  "When a child I burned my foot  frightfully," v. rites \V. Ii. Eads, of  Jonesville, "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.  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  Best  Brands  "Wines,  Liquors  and  Cigars.   Good Slabling.  CAMP McKINNEY, B. G  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To Peter Scndg.ratt and E. Haney. botli of  the City of Spokane, State of Washington,  United states of America. -  You are hereby notified that we have expended SiOO.Op in labor and improvements on the  Mayflower Mineral Claim situate in Skylark  Camp in the Kettle River Mining- Division of  Yale District and 52-50 in recordinpr said labor  and improvements as an assesshrent, to count  as an assessment on said claim, as will appear  by a certificate of work recorded March Wth .  i90i, in the office of the Mining Recorder for  the said Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District, in order to hold the said claim under  the provisions of Section 24 of the Mineral Act,  siiair. being- thc amount required to hold said  claim ;for the year ending- March 29.li, 19Ui.  And if at the expiration of 90 days of tile publication of this notice you faii or refuse to con  tribute your respective proportions of the  expenditure required aud made by us, together  with all costs of advertising-, yourintcrests in  said claim shall become vested iu us (the co-  owners] under Section .4, of the Mineral Act  Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated at Greenwood, B. ., this 5th day of  Aug-ust. A. D,. -.Ol.  TAT HIKEY;  The Church of England  The Only First-Class Hotel in the  Myers Creek District.  COWlWuHCpHprietors  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  "QUEEN OT" SIIEI.A" mineral claim, situate  iu the Kettle River Miuir.fr Division of Yale  District.       Where   located :        In   Copper j Certificate of Work recorded  2..rd  March, 1.O1  To J. A. Drain and C. Hoffman, totli of the  City "of Spokane in tlic State of Washington.  Sirs i  You are hereby notified that I have expended  SiOO.Ot) in labor and improvements on the "Alice  Maud" Mineral Claim situate in Smith's camp  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District in Britisli Columbia, to count as an assessment on said claim, as will appear by a  Cycle Poco and Weno  Hawk Eye  At  Manufacturers'   Prices  Supplies of all kinds for the Amateur  Photographer at REASONABLE  PRICES  camp, adjoining- the "Jumbo" and "Hat-qua  llala" mineral claims.  TAKIC NOTICE that we, Thomas McDonnell, of (1 men wood in the said district  l'ree Miners Certificate No. li. 40.302 aud  William Graham McMynn, of the same  place, Free Miner's Certificate No. Ii 40,601, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Graut of the above claim.  And  further  take notice that action  under  section 37, must be commenced before  .lie issuance of sucli Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of August. 1901.  THOMAS  M  V.*. G. Mc  MINEB,AL ACT.  To Sam Breslancr and others inetrested in the  Henrietta Mineral Claim, .itnated near  Beaverton in tiie Kettle River MUtinsT W-  Tiolon of Yale District:  ^z* ___�����  Books, Stationery, Office  Supplies, Etc.  TAKE NOTICE that 1 have cause-*, to be done  on tlm Henrietta miueral claim, _i(tinted near  I*eav_rtoii, in thc K'Jttlc Hiver Mining Division  of Yule District, the work required by Section  21 of thc Mineral Act, for thc year whieli has  expired, and have expended for .such work and  for reeordidg thc certificates thereof the .sum  of One Hundred and Two Dollars and Fifty  cent.., ($102.50), nnd if at tlio expiration of ninety  (Inyo fi-o.'it the date of, thc fii.it publication of  tins notice you ini 1 i<> contribute your proportion of such expenditure, niiniely, the sum of  Fifty-One Dollars uinl Twenty-Five Cents  (���t-">l.i">), together with all cost., of advertising;  yonr interest in ���iii_ mineral claim shall be  liable to forfeiture, as provided by the ".Mineral -fc<*1'  Act Amendment Act, 1000."  Dated this 5th day of .July, 1901.  ���   7 charles pinrrs.  in the oilice of thc Mining Recorder for the said  KelUeKiver Mining Division of Yale District,  in order to hold said claim under tbe provisions  of Section 24 of the Mineral Act; such b_iiitf  the amount required to hold thc baid claim for  the year eiidiujf 3rd March, i90i.  And if at the expiration of 90 days of publi  cation of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportions of the expenditure required under Section 2-1, tog-ether with all costs  of advertisii'i,'-, your interests iu said claim  shall become vested 'ti the subscriber Tone ol  your co-owners] under Section I of the Mineral  Act Amendment Act, 1.00.  Dated at Greenwood, IJ. C, this 26lh day of  Julv,1900.  V.. T, SMITH.  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF  IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  RAMPALO aud SILVER LUMP Mineral  Claims situate in the K-.:tlle River Mining  Division of Yale District. Wh_re located :  On the North Fork of Kettle River.  The:Ladies Guild will' hdld  ���A Sale of Work  in St". Jude's Hall on Thursday  afternoon   Nov.,   28th,  next from 2 to 6 p. m.   .  spMiTCTiuui'iorii:  In the evening; there will be  rUiUSITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUILERK  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  VICTORIA, B.C.  5 -.-_ju_-Mtt__a_refiJsra-.*aww_M*M_^^  ^���^^rty.__^;_^'^--^B-v-y:i^^  Besides     tlie     regular  TRUAY  Ore Car, we can .  build any kind or Ore Cars  to   suit   every   requirement^  .from- your plans and specifications.    ���  The wheels are all cut  steel imported from Morton,  England.. /.The axles arc  the straight type or the  Anaconda self oiling" as you .  may desire.  Drop ns aline and let  us quote our prices and  further-particular's.;.  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING  WORKS, LTD.  Successors to ������'���������_  Armstrong & Morrison,       ������*  /Machinists, Iron rounders  Blacksmiths, Boilermakers  VANCOUVER, B, C.  Estate of Malcolm Mediate, late of  ���=-Rock-Creek.=B.-C,(-d8cease_.__._���=..  DANCE  commencing at 9 p. ni.  Please  note date  aud keep  it clear.  Ecornny with Comfort  TAKK NOTICE tli-u I, John McLalcliie of  Nelson, .iclinj,' as nyent for A. Siila, Free  Miuer.s Cert":licate No. B; 5_,3J_2, Adam Scaia,  Tree Miner's Certificate No. J_ 32,309, a;;cl Lewis  Scala, Free Miner's; Certificate No. _5 32,"��_, i;i-  teinl, sixty <L'vs frou; tlie dale hereof, lo apply  to tlie Mi.iir.j_ Kecorder for Certi lie.1, le.s of Im.  l-rovan.eiit.. for the purpose of obtaining Crown  tf rants of the above claims.  And  further take notice tlint action,  tinder  7,  must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day of Anyust. A, D. iTOi.  JOHN MctrATCHIE, P. L.S.  Commencing October 13th, will  operate  TOURIST SLEEPING GARS  in addition to usual equipment on  CROW'S KEST SECTION'  Leave Kootenaiy Landing-  Tuesday and Friday  Connecting- at 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  route.  For time tables, rate",  and  full information  call or addrcsn nearest local asreut.  'The following property is for  sale :  37ot 514. Group 1, Osoyoos Division of Yale District, containing  230" acres, situate on-the South  side of Kettle River near Ingram, s Bridge, (Crown Grant.)  /&o  An undivided one-half interest  in Lot 49S, Group 1, Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, containing 253 acres,: situate to the  South of Christina Lake . near  Cascade City   (Crown Grant.)  WE GUARANTEE 1IIEM UNCONDITIONALLY     CALL AND LET*US,:i  An undivided one-half interest  in thc "Teazel" rGi..eral claim  (excepting buildings etc., thereon), situated at Camp McKinuey  near the- Cariboo claim, (Crown  Grant.)  Au undivided due-third interest  in the "Beaver" mineral. claim  situated on Wallace mountain on  thc West Pork of Kettle River,  lying between the "Bell, "Idaho"  and "Tiger" claims, (Surveyed  and five assessments recorded.)  For Terms  and Furt'ner  apeiyto  Particulars  E. R. REDPATH; agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J. S. CARTER. fc. J. COYLE,  A.G.P. A ,V,' icouver   Solicitors.  .P. A.,N-1.d.i, J.  Donald G. McLennan,  Greemvc-O-. B. C.  or  McLeod $ Brown,  " .Greeny, ood, B. C.  EXPLAIN THEIR ADVANT^GES'TO IJOU.  .&  -EYYE_,LiSR  COPPER' ST,  RB___u,_w.v Vm-mxy; -nc-~.i, .,�� .'-'���*���;".*"  asid:  JM=  <,/"V>*Aa./WA^'WAa'-'W^_"'\a/^^  !3  ffl'  p_-=_=--  GO  *'fe.  HnM^ P_-_H_-__4  CO  <x  H��  GO. P.  &"<���  < 3  w  &--=!  :--.<U,v ���-:.;  m  -Wv;n.  ��� .��� -...-r  ' 4J'. t-i.  ��x: O  ___     *���"  '"'en" "3  ,* "*'Kt<-  " &���������:'  _"o ���������������  -Xy>  o  '���&  O:.  :**-?'���  ���CJ_3*  i*���**H  t-***_  v=-*i  ?mv.:.YHE.':^  Copper Street.  ���<S_f  !__r<��.  '     ^  MEALS. AT: ALL  HOURS,  PRIVATE  ROOMS  FOR  LADIES.  TRY; OUR  COl'PEIv  &  #   ' ��� ���  wrop s.  *-*.?-ift'r-'^-^x.-'y'-o"''.'-y,v^^ ^^-  m "sr^      o ��� "v_ y ���g   .    _ :     -    <3>.  I  -||     �� �� ��  Smoke a William Pitt Cigar.   A 'jolly..given  .witli. every cigar at Fisliesr'- .Ask.fpr it..'.���������  o  o  !<������  ��� Xtt*.;t'-fH  t  When   you   canyget   the  -best   cigars.  ||    "      the   country- at   FiSlie,l*S*    : ' ":    .'���:'���,  1 Bmfi -* fee;�� a' =��� Beat'.-v.fi  ||     CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK. - -     "-CopperStreet.     ||  *5 %s!Stii>!$R5i&&&iSi^S^^  Sole Agents Fot;, The-ByC, Assay &  ��    Chemical Supply Co., Vancouver, B.C.  / , , DIRECT IMPORTERS OF < <'<\  ASSAYERS AND MILL SUPPLIES -:- WE HAVE A COMPLETE  STOCK OE ALL APPARATUS REQUIRED IN YOUR ASSAY OFFICE.  SO^A^ENTS FOR "BATTERSEA"* fi jjl |    Rim   nrfvftffl)  W$\%  crucibles^,^Dj^^s^l-_iLnlL"HnU- llll Dun I lAluLO  uiin "g AsTuKii cmiBiB a.t ~m J ss.\i' fi rnaces;. -y;:y:  ::Jf_}  Riverside Nurseries ;  ...   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  All kinds of fruit trees, shade trees and-flowering  shrubs, roses, berry plants, asparagus and. rhubarb  roots, etc. Strong home-grown acclimated stock.  We   are   booking   orders   for. fall,planting  now.  MARTIN BURSELL, Prop,    P, O, Box 33. V, ��. N," Thone 25


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