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 m  \'. ���*��� I  -\  Boundary ^ Leads  in Ore Shipments  .  rruffa-rr*'  Li Eo7- 2U  Vol. ^  y__.  GREENWOOD. B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER   22, 1901.  _TU-  H'els'o'u E -.���*'  Greenwood isThe  Metropolis,^?  No.  11  * ���    . : .    *  ear is i  '���'.' ��� i  I Complete and io Many Lines..Overstocked.' j  ��#��<__***���� ^f * ^ ��i�� * ��* t^ *:. * sis ^��. *;. t:* rtr .:< ^.:-. jf. j. * * ^ * _;e *:. ��s ^ n* * * ^ * *:i # ^ * *-.,���. ^* * *.;....  Science  preserves for us  all things  which  the world has  found.      ���-.  The science of  selling clothing  is to sell such  goods as -will  keep for you all  patrons once S  gained. . $  This store sells    5  with the private contract that money is to be  7   refunded if goods are not satisfactory.  Overcoats and Ulsters sold by us... ^  ':..-,"     ���.. are not made to "Order, but to Fit.  1 We Are. Xrawfliog Out tlic Overstocked lines at Close |  | Paces.- Look us up if You Want an Overcoat Suit ��  of Clotlies, Pants,"Shirt or Underwear.'      I  i>  9  ** ���  9  JS       ilL \_ _____-_��� __a  ��     - "S  ��#�����$���*-���������������&�����;������;��������:���*���!���*#*#���:���-:-*^^  INTERESTING INTERViEWTVYlTH   R.  YV7 BROCK OF TKE GEOLOGICAL  DEPATRMENT.  Work   Accomplished   by     Him    in  Boundary -During"     The     Past  Summer-  Necessity of a Alap of the Boundary  That Should be Issued at Early  Date-  ��  >�����-_,  "STRONGEST IN THS. WORLD"  Assets . ��� $304,568,063.49        Surplus .  . $66,137,170.01  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire Sidle Building-, -- Spokane, Wash*  CHARLES T. TRIPP, Cashier-  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. Soutli, 301.'  Jy^V7 y~'"'VV\A)"AiN/./\/��-vw'-V>/,'V.rw-V_��,^^^\^Xv<1^AA/^-j^\^A��rA^A��>'V��y~A^rA^'s^~'Ar/V<!  ���\  i   :���'\  %  -0tfR  STOCK  ���aasBSB^__^.  <i*>   -'  pifl'/irDTO'-'1-  iMlKlL  is a large and varied cue, ever}"* line is complete in  itself, and strictly first-class, Not a shoddy article in  any of the lines. They all concede that our stock of  Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices  ���consistent with the quality of the goods^ We would  dislike very much to be considered the '"cheapest" place  in town, there are so many VERY CHEAP OENS,  but we do think that we come very near being the  best   Try us, and tell us what you think.  THE  \Am I   1  L  /��v  U 11 ll .       U U  COMPANY, LIMITED.  i*\j^\ >'VrrW/,-V'vVp  ���'*���*- '"VJ  Recently a Times representative had  an interesting- talk with Mr. R. W.  Brock of the Canadian Geological survey, who. had just completed his fifth  season's field-work in British Columbia  and who was then on the eve of returning* to Ottawa to there enter upon the  task of working- up the material, comprising much and varied information  relative to the topography, geology  mineralogy, etc., of the Boundary  district, collected by him during last  summer and fall.  The geological map of West Koct -nay  in the  preparation  of which (Messrs.  Brock, W. W. Leach, Jas. McEvoy, and  others have been engaged for several  years, is now in the engravers  hands  and should soon be ready for issue  to  the public. . The- Shuswap sheet,   em  bracing the country immediately north  of West Kootenay. (iu Connection with  which the late Dr. G*. M. Dawson. C. M.  G., I/.L.,D.,.'j*. R.  S.,  for some time  previous to his lamented death Deputy  Headyand   director''of' the. Canadian  Goeologioal   survey,   did   the   greater  part of fie work,)  has already been  published, as,  too   has  the Kamloops  sheel, covering the country  westward  from that included in  the Shushwap  sheet.   These sheets are similar in size  and general characteristics the Geolc-  gicial survey, in its efforts to S3rstema-  tize its work and keep it as uniform as  possible having* adopted a scale of four  miles to the inch, etch  sheet prepared  on this   scale  taking  in a  section  of  country 72 miles sqtrtfre.     The maps  are  geographically colored  and contoured    aud    give   geographical* and  topographical data, and other explanatory matter.    It is usual to issue with  the general geological map a topographical map with special indications of  the  occurance of   economic minerals  and glacial striae.   The  maps are accompanied by. a comprehensive explanatory report embracing, the..following  information:      Physical    geography,  general geology,"   fiscriptivc g-ology,  glaciation and surface deposits, minerals of  economic value,  perographical  character of  the rocks with* notes of  microscopic examinations, and numerous miscellanenous observations.  The West Kootenay map takes in the  country from the east shore of Kootenay Lake, on the east, to the north fork  of Kettle River, which is practially the  western boundary of this sheet. Northward it goes nearly to the head of  Kootenay, Slocan, and Whatshan lakes  and'the head-waters of the main Ket-  tie river..._,_��� Its __so_uthera  course, the International boundary  line. Those interested in Mr. Brock's  observations on the portions of west  Kootenay examined last year may find  them in   the  summary report of the  STEPHENS'  SANF0RDS'  STAFFORDS'  In writinir fluid, copying ink and the combined  copying and writi.ijf"  Hi_rgiti��S Drawing- Ink, Fountain Ten Ink,  Marking- Ink for linen, Muciiaye, Library  Paste in tube, a\. o .Sanford.- Upto_>ian Paste  Jar is uiic'ivailed for n-ouiuin:*- photographs.  You will save nioitsv aud g-et just what you  a-ant by buy injf your inks, etc. at  BOOKS, STATIONERY,  "VVAtjI, PAPER.      " Phone V & N. 34  Geological survey department for the  year 1900, issued last January, and  which can be obtained from the department at len cents a copy. Additional information will doubtless be  published with the map shortly to be  issued.  This year Mr. Brock's work has been  restricted largely to the country lying  between the north fork of Kettle river  and Boundary creek. His preliminary  report.on this section, which will be  included in the summary report to be  published early next year, will be welcomed by many who are desirous of  learning, thc conclusions to date of so  competent authority. The district being important from a mining standpoint, Mr. Brock will probably go into  considerable detail. The Boundary  country, geologicall}', in many respects  resembles the Kootenay district. .Like  lhat section it presents a variety of  interesting features, there being considerable diversity in the rocks. The  mountains in the Boundary are less  rugged then those iu the Kootenay���  not nearly so high and more rounded,  consequently the country is more easily  traversed. ' The geological exposures,-  though, are not- oo good, the rocks  often being, at critical points, covered  with wash. Owing largely to the free  growth of timber and brush and _to  there being much disturbed matter  overlying the settled -formations, the  district as a whole.is difficult and an  expensive one to thoroughly prospect.  Mr. Brock's observations may be expected to note the characteristic, and  to include a general description of the  district examined, its geological and  topographical features, an account of  the mode of occurance of its larger ore  bodies,.and a short description of the  principal mines of the district-  It is to be hoped that the geological  survey department will, as soon as  practicable, issue a map of the Boundary- district similar to that it published  some time ago of Rosslaud district.  That map was on the scale of one mile  to tke inch, was colored to indicate the  distribution of rocks, had contour  lines and showed the most prominent  mountain peaks, streams, railways,  roads, trail?, towns, etc. The department is alone in possession of the  requisite data for such a map, and in  view of the increasing importance of  thc Boundary as an ore-producing  district it is especially desirable that  information collected by thoroughly  competent aud withal impartial offiici-  als.shall be made available at the  earliest possible time. Perhaps the  press of the interior and the Dominion  Parliamentary representative.for Yale-  Kootenay will combine in an"effort to  secure for the district the benefit of the  earlp publication of such- a- map with  accompanying descriptive, and explanatory matter,  SMELTERS  WHAT   HAS  BEEN   DONE ! IN   THE  SMELTER   LINE    DURING   THE  PAST WEEK-  Rumors are Still Many���Expert Examination of the Brooklyn and  Stemwinder.  Matte to be Treated at Granby Converter ��� The    Pyritic     Smelter  Deal,  MOLSON NOTES,  Pleasant Social Hell in That Thriving Mountain  Town,*  A basket social was held here in the  Tonasket hotel on the night of 15th  inst., in aid of an Xmas tree for the  children of both mountains. The  crowd began to gather about dark, in a  short time there was some eighty  couples taking advantage of the excellent floor under the manageinent of  VV. S. Wallace. At 10:30 Mr. Wallace,  was appointed auctioneer and then the  fun began. The gentlemen seemed  very nervous whilst  a pleasant  smile  ;p_ji>_-_-L_-^?-__^_^__!i___^  young lady as their baskets went up.  This was the only sign the young man  had to guide him in his anxious  moments. Although the auctioneer  claimed inexperience he proved an  artist at the trade and in a very short  time had disposed of some 40 baskets  averaging about $54.00.  The ladies of the mountain deserve  great'credit especially for their baskets  which were simply beautiful and filled  with.the very latest brands known to  culinary art. Amongst the crowd was  noted some from McKinney) Oroville,  Chesaw and Greenwood. Dancing was  continued until daylight when all  wound their weary way homeward  moving when they wanted a good time  and sumplous supper they would come  to Molson.  Travku.kk.  Spreads Like Wildfire.  When things are "the Dest" thej-  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 stornjich,  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 entig  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  Allmacher and Wilson are the only  tailors which put the union label on.  Dont forget to go to the South End  Grocery for fresh eggs, good spuds,  good mocha and Java coffee, good tea  ad fresh groserUs.  What a splendid opportunity there is  to write a yellow story regarding the  present smelter situation in thc Boundary ! The public are anxiously awaiting definite information and the  movements of the smelter men are  sufficiently active to form the basis for  a story of the Vancouver Province  type. E'irst W. A. Aldrich, manager of  the Canadian Pacific Railway company's smelter at Trail arrived on  Tuesday last and was iu consultation  with Paul Johnson.of the local smelter.  It could easily be imagined that the  object of Mr. Aldrich's visit was to  arrange a combination with Mr. Johnson as.it has been discovered that more  profitable results can be obtained by  having the smelters near theore bodies  and under this circumstance it would  be necessary for the Trail smelter to  move to the Boundary countrj-. Mr.  Aldrich was as affable as ever but according to himself he really had no  business in the Boundary. Then Mr.  Thomas the famous New York expert  who looks after the interests of the  British Columbia Copper company  spent the week in company with  Rudolf Liden at the Stemwinder and  Brooklyn properties in Phoenix camp.  Every drift and crosscut, winze and  upraise were carefully examined and  tested. Such a thorough examination  taken in connection with rumors of a  purchase of the interests of theJDomin-  ion Copper company or,.an. amalgamation of -the interests of company's  could easily be made an excuse of a  column story that the negotiations for  the purchase .or amalgamation had  rea-hed such a stage that the successful termination was contingent ou Mr.  Thomas' report.  And Joseph E. Boss has been active  during the week and around his movements might be woven a romance  telling of the big smelter which will be  built by the Dominion Copper company  at Greenwood in the event of the  amalgamation or the purchase failing.  Briefly stated the situation may be  summed up as follows ; The B. C.  Copper company and the Dominion  Copper company have discussed  amalgamation or purchase by the former company and Mr. Thomas' examination of the properties of the Dominion Copper Company is the outcome,  should the negotiations be carried to  a successsul issue the capacity of the  present smelter at Greenwood will -be  largely increased to meet the requirements of the.many big mining properties that will be included in the  deal.  If the companies are unable to -'come  together, then the Dominion Copper  company will build a large smelter at  Greenwood and its builder and superintendent will be a well known smelter  man who has a international reputation  for building successful smelters. With  regard to the Standard Pyritic smelter,  it may be stated that Price Bros. & Co.  have foreclosed on the mortgage held  by them on the smelter and mining  properties held by the various companies subsidiary to the Standard company. The Montreal and Boston Copper company are considering the  purchase of the smelter forthe treatment of.the ore of the Sunset and adjoining properties held by the  company.  Freight on matte is a serious item in  the cost of converting ore tuto actual  cash. As the Granby company are  building a converter, the British Columbia Copper company have arranged  for the sale of its ore to the Granby  company thus saving a considerable  amount onjjthe cost of transportation of  matte to east and making a much  larger supply of matte for the local  converter.  THE CITY COUNCIL.  The Fire Department Does Not Want Offices  Combined.  The Greenwood Fire Department Is  opposed to the combination of the  chief of police and chief of the fire  fire department. In a resolution which  came before the city council last'Monday evening the department declared  that Chief McKenzie had other duties  besides that of fire chief, some of  which were objectionable and asked  that Arnold Hallett be appointed fire  chief with no other duties. . The communication was tabled for future consideration and the council authorized  the advertising for applications for the  combined position of fire chief and  chief of police, applications to be received until Monday next.  Wm. Downie, superintendent of the  C. & W.-wrote informing the council  that they had decided to continue to  pump water from Boundary creek for  Greenwood lank and couseuuently  would not lay a pipe to connect with  the Greenwood system of waterworks.  J. H. McGregor called attention to  the fact that the work on Long Lake  street had exposed the water pipe to  frost and the city engineer was authorized to take the necessary steps to protect the main.  The early closing by-law was considered in committee, some opposition  was offered against the measure but as  the council has under the act to pass  the bylaw as petitioned for by the  business men, it was passed. An election by-law was also introduced. It  qualifies property owners 'notwithstanding- non-payment of taxes 'and  appoints G. B. Taylor returning officer..  GREENWOOD  AGAIN LOSES  ���s'.  AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU.  For Rent���Nice house, partly fu r  nished, 5 rooms, very close in. Best  well water iu town. Electric lights,  woodshed, etc., very cheap. Apply at  "The Mart."  Fresh milk daily at  H. B.  Munroe's  Copper Street.  Carpets most new   this  is    no   josh  see2nd Hand O. I. C.  Following up our custom of, the past  two years, we have this year a beautiful line of Xmas cards on which we  will mount views of local interest, and  on the ��� opposite side of inserted leaf  will be a verse suitable for such a card,  We will award a prize a beautiful: seal  grain album for unmounted- photograph 5 x7 in. and smaller, which will  also contain a number of local views,  to ��� the person favoring us with the  most suitable verse, the same to be  chosen by the following committee,  Duncan Ross, Rev. D. McRae and W:  H.G.Beit. The same to be made up  of from six to nine line verse's to be  with us before Monday, Dec. 2nd.  Contributors to sign with a nomde  plume and to forwatd their names and  non de plume in an envelope -Separate  from that containing contribution.  Smith & McRae, Stationers,  Greenwood and P.hoenix.  A WEEK'S AMUSUMENTS  Thanksgiving Week Will be Weir Filled With  Entertainments. ������������.'  Next Thursday is Thanksgiviny day  and a public holiday. The Week in  Greenwood will be well filled with  various entertainments that are booked  On Wednesday night the K., of P.,  Lodge will give its second annual ball  in the Auditorium.Over 200 invitations  have been issued and a splendiil time  is fully assured.  Thursday the church of England  will have its annnal sale of work and  dance in St. Judes hall.  Thursday, Friday and Saturdav the  Auditorium Stock sompany of Spokane  will appear in the Auditorium. -  On Saturday, evening:at the Imperial  the St. Andrew's society will give its  second annual banquet. In order to  wind up the dinner early it will begin  at eight o'clock sharp. Tickets may  obtained from the secetary D. C. McRae.  Wednesday Dec. 4th Quo Vadis will  be played in the Auditorum by E. J.  Carpenter's strong company.  >r i  WATERLAND   CONFIRMEE   IN   HIS  VERDICT   OF   3,000 DAMAGES  BY FULL COURT  Appeals   Heard   in  Judgment   Given  City.  Vancouver  and  Against   the  The. Last of the Lawsuits That Arose  From    Municipal    Mistakes   in  - 1899. .   \    I  The last of  the expensive lawsuits  that arose from municipal mismanagement in 1899 has been finally disposed  of aud the city is a^ain  mulcted in  large sum of monej'.   It will/em'-mbei  that about a year ago   Walter  Watfe  land took action  against the city'-jfo-^.'^  damages arrising from the overflo^t'M"^'.'  Boundary creek in the springy qf^l89_*.*|^" .-  A Nelson   jury   awarded   tthP/ij&t00(!i~ ,f  damages.   Eai ly, this  year**VtheV,'C_-y ^"'"-fe*  would probably have comprop_ised" the  case, but it was  found thati,the  ment  was   assigned ' and''garni  beyond its limit an(_^o._sefl^ent_*ftJ_ __._,,  was no one to make-a srettlement7fVBU__  As the city was advised tljat'tnw   ~~  _good  groundsifyf^Sdoeatif^^m  da-nages~we?e in 'atay\fevdit'_.e.s$5  it was decidea-to^ppeal the case-ThrH  appeal was heard before the fall" c'otlrt*"  at Vancouver, E. V. Bodwell, K.  C,  appearing for the city and JE. P. Davis  K. C, and W. A. McDonald^for Water-  laud.    The coart gave its-jdecision on  Friday   last,   dismissing   the    appeal  with costs against the city*.     This will  total the sum the city must pay to over  $4,000.     There is one satisfaction in  connection with the matter an d tliat is  that the Waterland suit is the finish of  a dark chapter in Greenwood's municipal history.   It is the last pettalty for -  mistakes that might easily have been  avoided.        ~~  Stepped Into Live Coals-  "When a child I burned my foot  frightfully," writes" W." H.JEads, of  Jonesville, Va., '-which caused horrible  leg sores for 30 years, butBucklen's  Araica Salve wholly" curedr me after  everything else failed." Infallible for  Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores, Bruises  and Piles. Sold by Miller Bros., and  J. L. White, 25c.  W. E. Anderson. ^ Windsor Houso  Pharmacy is the sole agent for C. C. C  C, the great nerve Tonic, pries $1.00  TERHUNE-MOFFATT.  "^3  At the Presbyterian"*church on Tuesday morning, Geo. W. Terhune was  married to Miss Annie Moffatt, '- the  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hutch-  ins of the Mother Lode mine. Rev.  Dr. McRae celebrated the happy ceremony. Mr. aud Mrs. Terhune left-on  Tuesday's train for Nelson where the  honeymoon is being spent7 J  The Canadian Pacific Railway has  ~-~-  decided  to   make   substantial  reductions in-.the-.grades  in.-the -mountain-  sections  at Field   and vicinity. "The  work will cost about 51,000,000andJ^.,-���  W.  Stewart the  well known  railway  contractor will do  the work." i He  is  moving his! gang fiom Ontario where  he is now engaged. _ ,  Concord grapes direct from Ontario,  every other daj, also Moore's early and  Niagara grapes in a few days-Semerad^'C'*  *��#***#��'#<���<���$���*���* ���>$#<-*!������*���# **#*����**a**X*��#s��#*!'**��'#-j.a^*i!.$ij_#)ji^ijf1(t  ��  * -  *Bt v^"-  ������ *"i'  MINE. ... -  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS  13 S78  Miners Attention ��� "Bromogrip"  cures colds. Safe and sure price 25c  For sale at Andersons Drug Stare,  a-  #  9  9  ��  9  Vt  Ht  *  tt  9  9  ��  9  9  ���*  -*  -a-  *>  9  9  9  ft  ��  9  The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary  District   mines   during Nov.  the 2Oth inclusive so far as has been ascertained from the mines is as under.  tons.  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group   Mother Lode .-~  B. C :   Snowshoe ���   Winnipeg   King Solomon   No. 7 :   Sunset   Jewel   480  440  40  280  60  jrv*  290  Total   ......23 168  Shipments during 1900 and for 10 months of current year ending Oct. -.1st  wereasfollows :i  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group   Mother Lode   B. C. :   City of Paris   Golden Crown   Winnipeg '   King Solomon:   Athelstan   Carmi .-���   Snowshoe    Brooklyn   Jewel   R. Bell   No. 7 :   Sundry shipments   Sunset   Total ���   Grand Total to date   1900  64 535  5 564  19 494  2 000  2 240  1 100  1  200  333  ISO  1<j0  1 000-  1901  .*  187 890  70 329  65.656;  '.;- 715  1*210-  V'.:550;  :. 885'  '734-  480?  775-  700L  450S  98 781       330 434:;S  7-4S2S383V  s �� -  - + >: <.  9ti' **���'  ���   *.' .,  �� v��_;  t   *  :*-.--'"*-'i  ';���'*���'���  ���.'*.  mm  '_"��:  ���:.'*���  ���**  :.��'  .�����:  '���:��  ���'=*��.  *������*������  .'�����:  ..,*:  ������"���BEL. .-_  :;m&,r  mr  ftp  9% 99* $#*#* flK"��9t*u"s$si-ff*'v9  ������ft?  K*"*_j  -- -Jjl"  -,M"5*S-t  ���.'-."������*&**. SSaSl i���rjc**viir-it-iij_L_.._L__ ._-enriii�����  ^ geCEJ_4-KWS?��&_-  ^aS��3M^i��X*69iSrSjNittii  *1      *****     ***       ��� __���*��� ���   **  r*        I    _>������__._       ��� Ji _���      uu     a��� _*-��-*   #��������-_���    4."      _-4l_ ji 1 Ull   il   .  Page 2.  TIW'GREBNWOOD WB3KLY TIMES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ^ALLETT & SHAW,  Barkisteks, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address :   "haiwti."  ) Bedford M'Neilt's   GRe_.jvv.ooD,  Cooes ���< Moreing & Neat's e, c.  ( Leiber's.  -      I. H. KALLETT.  H. c. snAW.  pRlNGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitous,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Ore. Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  fx/lOLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Flood block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. E. BROWN. J.P.MCI.I-OD.  pORBES M. KERBY.C.E'  Provincial Land Surveyoi..  Offices:   Greenwood,B.C.  also J, A. trnswortli's Store, Midw.y.B. C.  p, W. GROVES,  Civil and Miking Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claim-; Reported upon.  - Underground Surveys.  signed the petition. The council was  then bound by the Shops Regulation  Act, passed last year by the legislature  as the following clause will show :  "if any  application  be. received or  presented to a municipal council, praying for the passage of a By-law requiring the closing of any class or   classes  of shops situate within the municipality  and the council be satisfied that such  application is signed  by  not less than  three-fourths in number of  the occupiers of shops within the  municipality  and belonging to the class of  each   o.  the classes to which  such application  relates,   thc   council SHALL,   within  one mouth,   after the receipt  or presentation of such application, pass a  by-law   giving    effect    to    the    said  application   and   requiring   all  shops  within the municipality  belonging  to  the  class or classes specified in   the  application  to   be   closed   during  the  period of  the   year,  and at the time55  and hours >3 entioned in  that behalf in  the application."  It will thus bi seen that the council  had no option in the matter, and the  by-law wae passed in accordance with  the act.  QUO" VADIS PLEASES  QHARLES AE. SHAVJ,  Civil Lngineek,  Dominion   and] Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD.   :      :      :      s   B.   G.  MUNICIPAL OFFICERS.  RAUER & ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil En.iaecrlug.  Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted  . "Cand and Engineering: Surveys  W. A. BAUER, C.E., P.t.S. A. E�� ASHCROFT C.E :P._._  '  -������     iVANCOUX/EH BREENWOOO  "Wood  Block,  next door   to   Custom, office  GREENWOOD. B. C. ,.._���--  societies;  Boundary   Valley   Lol'gt  No. 38, I.O.O.F.  I AA EETS every Tnesdaj  /   V   Evening   at 8,00  in  eir lortg-e room at Masonic ball.   A cordial  vita-Ion is extended to all sojourning bretb-  en. D.A. Mackenzie. N G  "W. Elsox, Rec. Sec  K.   OF P.  GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OV" P..  meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30  Jn i'le Ma_onic hall, Greenwood. Sojourning  brethren cordially Invited. M. Berger, C C  A. D. Hallbt, K. J?.. & S.  COOKS AND WAITERS UNION 'BO. 117.  NOTICE OF MEETING.  ip��*^'*  ��m?%-'  hvii-x-:;.:������:-.���:  $myyy  m^ityyy  $0.yy  THE BOUNDARY COOKS  AND "WAIT-  era Union No. 117, meets first and third  ���Tuesday- of each month at Uuion Hall.   Visiting-   members    in   good   standing-   cordially  invited.  Robert G. Wood, Chas. Dahnkan,  President. Secretary.  y\/t D. WILLSON  CONTRACTOR.  I have bought R^ I*.  Coates  House Movinpr  -(luipmcnt and will carry on the Business in  future.  Branches :   Grand Forks arid Rossland.  Leave orders with Pacific Transfer  Silver Street.  Che  Sleekly ���ime$<  ^*-?.'*���:'  Issued every -J-ridav  7-7 ���.:   " ���by���  fy. Greenwood Times Printing & PublisliiBg  Company. Limited.  _i^=~______)uscAK..RoBs, ..���........ Managing .Editor-  Columbia Telephone No. 40.  Vbknon & Nelson Telephone No. 29.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pf*-* Year.-..   ���Six Months ���-.._..   To Foreign Codnt'ru-3 .  ...$ 2 00  .... 1 25    2 SO  <UNIONM jfe^JLABc:'-  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, VI ���_.  EARLY CLOSING EY-La\V.  Considkkabi.Iv discussion has arisen  because of thc passage of an early  closing bylaw by the municipal council:  Thc discussion to some extent attacks  thc principle of the by'aw and the  council for passing- the saith.. The  argument used against the by-law-  is that iu a town catering to a mining  trade men should have an opportunity  to purchase goods later than seven  o'clock in the evening. There are of  course arguments to be used on the  other side. Employes in this late day  cannot be expected to work more than  reasonable hours and as agreements  between themselves were made to be  broken over seventy-five per cent of  the merchants petitioned tiie council to  pass an early closing by-law. "With  the principle of the measure the council  had nothing whatever to do. The passage of the by-law was deferred until  there could be no doubt that over  seventy-five per cent of the merchants  Greeuwood put on cit^- airs when   it  was a village in size.    It dressed itself  in all the panolpy of a full fledged city.  This was ambitions but expensive. The  worst effect is that some people have  become so accustomed to luxury that  they consider it a necessity aud  when  an effort is made to place the city on a  common sense business basis they felt  that      encroachments      are      being  made .on necessities.   The   Greenwood  -fire   department   an   organization   of  splendid fellows who want a   chief to  wear brass buttons and lead them  to  glory and victory every  time the bell  rings an alarm of fire and they want  him  to be |not -encumbered with iany  other municipal work.    Others want a  chief of police whose sole duty is to be  chief of police     All this tends to make  a show, but it also  tends to insrease  taxation and make the cost cf tfovern-  ment over $13,000  in a city with less  than $30,000 revenue.  In mining municipalities precedents  sometimes have to be observed against  the dictates of common sense, but here  is a case where precedent does not support those who wish'plenty of officers  drawing good salaries. In Manchester  England, with a population of nearly  a million people, the chief of police is  also chief of the fire department, aud  he has made such a success of the  combined offices that experts on municipal government are giving pen  pictures of his work for the benefit  of other cites not so fortunately situated. In our own province Nanaino is a  city of some 6,000 people. It has been  incorporated for many years, its rate  of insurance is lower than ours and it  never had a paid fire chief. The department has had its difficulties it  is true, so have all other departments;  like church choirs fire departments  ire liable ,to have troubles. For  the benefit of the council and the fire  department the following account is  given   of Nanaimo's experiences:  .-^_^9_L_?l__5y_.^XLs__yi��r^_?_^ers.._of the  fire deprtment have been a thorn in  the side of the city council. Earlj- in  the year they asked for supplies, which  were granted and ever sence they have  been asking for more. The department is a voluntary institution in  which thc janitor has the proud distinction of being the only man who  draws a regular salary. Ths fact made  him regard the chief, who only drew his  pay when he turned out to a fire or to  practice, with haughty iu difference.  There was, in fact, an empire within  thc empire, and complaints crime into  the city council and were referred to the  fire wardens, who would meet the fire  boys on Sunday afternoons, smoke a  pipe with them aud report to the council  that everything was lovely. This crying peace where there was no peace,  however, had to come to an end, and a  few clays since, the whole council held  a symposium with the firemen, at  which il is said some truths were told  on both sides. At all events, at the  regular meeting of thc council a cut  and scheme was put through, giving  the chief official standing as a scrv'-'nt  of lhe municpality and making him  the equal of the janitor by the simple  expedient of paying him $10 a month.  The engineers were granted a small  sum to pay for the clothes they ruin,  and now it is expected that the department will be quite happy for about six  weeks at the very least.  Famous Play Presented to a Large and Appreciative Audience.  The production "Quo Vadis" with  its vivid presentation of the atrocities  enacted in Rome in the time of of Nero  awed, yet pleased an audience of large  proportion at Chatterton's last night.  The play throughout was most agreeably recieved by ever, thc most casual  theatre-goer.  None other of all the plays which  have been dramatized and modified  from Siukeweisz'c famous novels appeals to our sympathy for thc oppressed Christians, as does Quo Vadis. The  scenerj- carried by the company in-J  eludes some very elaborate views and  amply illustrates Nero's palace the  Garden of Aulus PSatius, the Coliseum  the Roman arena, and th'e burning of  Rome. E. J. Carpenters production  well meets every requirement.  The clever acting of Harry Morton  who appears in the r-*le of Nero the  portrayal of the innocent and childlike  character of Lygia by Miss Lillian  Lancaster, who recently appeared at  Castle Square Garen, and James A.  Young as Marcus Vinifcitis. -t tribune;  all won liberal atid d'eserved appreciation* Among the others who were not  lacking in applause are Fred IJ. Clark  as Ursus, a slave to Lygia. anil C. Ii.  Fart-ham as Petronuts, Arbiter of  Elegance. The company by special  request, will play a return date here  o-mcrrow evening.���Chicago Tribune.  Great L.iSk Of An Editor.  "For two .Veaf-. all efforts to cure Eczema in the palm oif my hands failed,"  writes Editor H. N. Lester, of Syracuse  Kan., "then I-was wholly cured by  Buck-en's  Arnica Salve." Its  the  world's best for Eruptions;, sores atid  all skin diseases. Only 25c at Miller  ttros., atid J. T.. White druggist's,  A NICE LOT OF  #*#��fc*$_>iR#-'.,**$**>##fc**^^  T_i.!_!i_s_?sv--i-. Day Excursion Rates,  For Thanksgiving day the Can. Pac.  Ry., will grant the usual fare and one  third return rate to and from all points  iu local territory. Tickets on sale  Nov. 26th, 27th and 28th, good to return till Nov. oOth.      "*.....  -$. 3. Carter.   D. P. A.   Nelson.  FOR THE HOLIDAYS  AND COMING BALLS  Orders left at J. L- White's Drug Store  carefully filled.  Overcoatings in all shades at Allmacher and Wilson's.  Sewing machines fot" rent. 2nd Hand  O. I. C.  Where can I get the best Cough cure.  McDowells White Pine Syrup, Andersons Pharmacy 50 cents;  Yes we want your hotisegoods, O'. T.  C. Store 2nd lia'iVd.  Will fetcha'Age Stoves, with you see  White the 2nd Hand maud.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificateof hiifefovements.  KOTina*.  "FLORENCE PRACt-ONAJ*." Mineral claim  situate  in   Hie Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale District. .   .  Where located :     "Dead wood camp adjoining- tlie Crown   Silver and C. O. D. Mineral  claims.  '-"PAKE   NOTICE    that T.   Clive   Priiurle,  J.     Free    Miner's    Certificate    No.     ._314,  intend sixty davs from the date hereof, to apply  to tho Mining- Recorder ior a Certificate of Improvements,   for the purpose of   obtaining   a  Crowii Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action   udder  section 3T, ihhi-L hu Commenced before .the is-  sttancu,ofsirc.li'Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this l-Ui (lav of Kavemhcr, A..D., 1")01.  CtlVI. PRINGLE.    '  I    {  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents,  ii"  #  9  9  ft  ��  **"  ft  *&'  *!���  Tfi..tT_)_-o&2.!n_r Headache-  Would quickly leave you, if you used  Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands  of sufferers have proved their match  less merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and  build up your health. Only 25 cents.  Money back if not cured. Sold by  Miller Bros and J. L. White druggist's  Postum and Grape Nuts at the South  -Slid Grocery. W. S. Graham, proprietor.  Bring me j-our prescriptions to fill  Precision, Exactness, quality and right  prices rule. W. ti. Anderson, Phm.-, B.  Windsor House Pharmacy.  Corporation o��� tlie City ci Greenwood,  NOTICE.  Applications will be received by the  undersigned up to Monday, Nov. 25th  for the combined position of Chief cf  Police and Chief of the Fire Department in'the City of Greenwood. Salary  $106 a mouth. G. B. TAYLOR,  City Clerk.  IN  THE  MATTER  OF ;THE   "LAND  REGISTRY ACT"  AMD  la tiie Matter of the Title of an undivided one half Interest or moiety  of Lot 20, in Block 11, in the City  of Greenwood in the Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, according to the map or plan of a subdivision of -the "Dark Horse"  Mineral Claim, being Lot 597- in  Group One, in said Osoyoos Divis-  ion,5deposited in the Land Registry  Office at Kamloops and Numbered  21-  WHERFAS the Certificate of Title of  James Smith, being Certificate of  Title No. 1347A, to the above hereditaments.has been lost or destroj'ed, and  application has been made to me for a  duplicate thereof;    .  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a  duplicate Certificate of Title to an undivided one half interest or moiety in  said Lot will be issued at the expiration  of one month from the date hereof, unless in the meantime valid objection to  the contrary is made to me in writing.  Land Registry office, Kamloons, B.C  the 22nd day of November,   A.D., 1901.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar of Titles.  ��  The advent of a well known Victorian into provincial politics will mean  the substitution of Bodwell, Brains  and Ettsiness for Dunsmuir, Doubt and  Discord.  Dr. Mathison, dentist,   oyer Bank of  Commerce,   Both 'phones.  AYe have op-cucd out a  Tailoring: , Establ ish-  ment ou Copper street,  opposite the Rendell  block.  We  Make a Specialty of  Ladies' Tailoring.  #  OIU  oo  oc  are all this season':  and  we. guarantee   stj-le and  workmanship per f-c c t.  Prices Are Reasonable  E  Is prcpar-cl. to ti-.ru out first class Stationery.   Mine wort" a specialty.  Work done for cash.   Ofliee with the Times, Wallacc-Milier -_!ocl..  V. & N. -PHONE 29.  PRICES RiQHT.  -AT THE���  COMPANY, LIMITED.  -��S  * <  *��    KK  9 v  ���H*f��#tt*m*<#tf#��##M*tf'��#*M  i .�����. m-i Liaaroe ur  ���_i.1J.JI -S-L-L-HMW MTiSSX -pPtT-.. gCTg.  _-_nm.^w_iJML mr*.  [j.  ,1>if|-T1-*��-'W-ml-"''''^  TWO OFFICES on ground floor  ONE LARGE OFFICE on first floor  All heated by hot water.  A NfCE.  Famly Porterhouse or a  Tenderloin, T. Bone, Top  Sirloin or a Plain Steak.  Pork Chops, Pork Tenderloin and Mutton Chops  also Fish and Poultry.  AT THE MARKETS OF  ' JW'WV-Wk  , i\nrt\i^ --WW A^-^Vs/'~V^vV-'/vV^V  _E -INDUSTRY-**^  BI II  GEO. R.'NADEN,       :       :       :       :        Manager  CF*  CF*  CF*  ^  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��_  CF*  (F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  F��*  CF*  CF*  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000, Best .....-$7,000,000.  Preside*..-:   Lohd Sthathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President!   Hotf. GEORGE A. Drdmmosd.  General Manager:   E. S   CL0OSTON4  Branches in London,M. ���{ ci^/r&SSSlul4ew York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Gratlt Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any par't.of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager^  ir=-D  >���n  **��  S=-"  ,fi  IT IS -NO GHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE  BEST  IMPORTED. fc  *5*s*  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY,  -4_*>  THE BANK OF  _  Established 1836.     Incprpooated iy Royal Charter.  Capital, i.l,000,000--$4,866.66.  tescrve Fund. ^35D,000-$1,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, ENGLAND-  ... ST1KEMAM, Genera! Manager. Montreal,  J. EL]V_SLY, Inspector, Montreal.  Merclia.nt Tailors, Copper St.  Brandies aiul apents  in   all   the   principal  cities   of   Canada and tht  United States, and correspondents in all pada  of fhe work!. '  .A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED...  Greenwood Branch:   W. G. K- BELT, Manager.  FRED ROY,  Proprietor.  'Phone: Columbia 155.  <^4,4,4, ^ 4-4,4* 4* 4-& ^ 4-���$���#  4��.  '4��  Is what they all say about  THE PANAMAS  W     . ��� \J n*u.ywju j.-majKJcr-^vtV*iX}r  Jr-   i.-^-n.'*--*-^   1W   Z-   ,   "   With Which is Incorporate^t-ie  039  f\  ^OLUfflBIA  HE BANK US' ISKlIIbil UJLUiY&BftA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager  H...R: DAVIDSON,  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  c|��  4*  4��  Impossible   to  cut the   face?   shave-  easily, quickly and cleanlyi  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  '����*>  4*  if  McLennan,   flfcFeely ' &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.  ���\,|, ^ fy fy fy fy ���$*���$�����$"-$��"% 4s -fr fy fy fy fy fy fy fyfyfyfyfygg  4-  #>  R. GREIGER, .Manager,  Wholesale Dealers in Liquors and Cigars,  ware and Bar Supplies.  Full Line Glass-  *-j^  -*.��_  *S*2  m  sons imw-i'.HBMW**^^  3-  ��������<  fl9fi<.__ Sf forfeiture.  r-.  To: -,   ���   ..  ���  D. R. Camptell and A. C. lY-cK.nzle.. lafe of  GreenWood in the Kettle River Wining Division of the Province of British Columfcia,  and to any other person or persons Interested 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 arc hereby notified that Prank IJ. Cinel-  tcr of Colville. Wttsh., U. S. A., ami W. tt.  Mc-  _-_y.ni, of Greenwood ..foresaid, Wave cxpcndcl  lil'laboilr add  ilti]>roveniuilts the   sum of one  hundred itoll-th* itpoit the said "Queen Hess",  i'iInenU ciaiin, and $2.50 for h_ci-.iliiitf the same  as. will appear Ijv a Certilicate of    Work   recorded on the 13th June, I'JOI, in the ofliee of the  ntlniii|r recorder of  said Miniuir  Division   at  Greenwood aforesaid, in order to hold the said  clolm under the provisions of section 21 of the  ''Mineral  Acl",  such   beinir  the  amount   required aud necessary to hold life said claim for  thc year ciullutr the Ist day of July,1901; aud  if at thc expiration of niiity days of publication  of this notice you  fail or refuse to contribute  your proportion of  the expenditure  required  tinder lhc said section 24 of  the -'Mineral Act'.',  together with all cots of  advertising, your  interest iu said claim shall become vested in  the said Prank 15. ttoetter aud \V. tt. McMynn  [yonr co-owners] under section 4of the "Mineral  Act Amendment Act K00".  Dated ot Greenwood, aforesaid, this Sth day  of August, A. D., I')0I.  FRANK B. GOETTER.  "VV. G, McMYNN.  EASTMANN'S  MINERAL ACT.  Others  Con-  to .Jldmaine _fla_.o!m and any  cerned.  ,i ?"AKE -.NOTICE that I have caused to he  done on the Buster and Alaska Mineral claims  situated ou the West Fork of tlie Kettle, Ri^cr  in the Keltle .iliver .MiuitiH- Division of Yale  District, tlie work required by Section 24 of Uie  Miueral Act, for thc year, which has expired,  and have expended for such work and for recording- the ccrti!ical-S thereof the sum of two  hundred aud five dollars (=21*5) and if at the ex  pi rati on of uiuiy days from the dale of the lirst  publication of this notice, you fail to contribute  your porportion of sucli expenditure, namely :  One hundred aud fifty three dollars aud seveuty  five cents iS1S3.75J for three-fourths interest in  said mineral claims, together with all costs of  advorUsiutr;your interest in said miueral claims  shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by thc  "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated this 10th day September, 1901.  Kate T. McKenzie.  and Kodak Supplies.  A   Full   Line   of  Photographic  Goods always in Stock.  Films, Mounts,   Plates, Tipods,  'Cameras, TFtc.  i��i. foi i .8iiii Eosmn  AUDITORIUM STOCK CGMPANY.  Appear In La Belle fflafle at the Auditor  liim.  The weli kfio-vVrl company comes to  Greenwood for three nights bag-inn in ��������  Nov. 28th. This company is ���'veil  known to theatre g-oers 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 -and are the best  reportorie company evei' travelling in  thft northwest having- the most exten-,  siye i-eJH.rf.ofle of jrtaj-s of any company travelling- a_ud: it i_r it wfcll known  fact that Billing, ni'aiiagef of the c'oni-  pany, who is one of the oldest aad bes.t  repertorie manager of the west is employing- none but the best of talent  presenting- ths most progressive ideas  of the most modern and up to date  plays, equipment���in fact' a combination of all that is necessary to produce  the'best, results in one that is most  eminently sltccessfnl in pleasing its  people with the object in view of providing just tiie'kind of entertainment  demanded by theatre griefs of the present day. The manageme'St of Auditorium Stool. Co. have this season  excelled all previous efforts uot only in  personnel of the company but also of  entirely new plays and new wardrobe.  tin 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  Bittners' success in Sp(_k_trie" still remains at the head.    Mr. O'Connor who  has been Bittner's leading man for a  number of years and who lead somepf  the most noted actors of the west still  ferilains as leading- man and on the  whole thc Company, has no equal giving 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 in the hope of  maintaing- the large and liberal patronage that the excellence of their performances merit and those who miss  tbeir opening will miss a treat. Don't  fail to hear their great song and dance  ctofriedian in the person of W. H. McBride,- ths best the west has ever  known'.  POSITIVELY THE  GREATEST  PLAY.  EVER PRESENTED IH  GREENWOOD  One Night, December 4th.  SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT!  "S*^?@  WHAT'S IN A NAME ?  SpUndid Sconio Production of  Sienkiewica great story of Christianity,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE..'  BELL Miiier.il Claim, situate i" tho Kettle  River Mining Division uf ��� Yale District  Where Located : In Beaver Camp on the  "West Fork of Kettle Ri yer.  '���-T7AKE NOTICE that I, J. V. McLeod, Free  1 Miner's certificate No. B406S7 as airi-iit for  John--T. Bell. Free Miner's certilicate No.'l_30"  O16 atid Robert \V _al.cs*FreeMiiierts certilicate  Nol!4023S, intend 60 days fiom the date hereof, to  ' apply.to the Mining Recorderfor a Certificate  of improvements.'for the purpose of obtaininy  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further tal.e uotlce that action,.under  action 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 4th dav of October, A. D.'lMl  J. P. McLEOD.  Certificate of Improvement.  1 NOTICE. 7''...  A  "GREAT HESPER" Mineral claim,  situated  ;ti the Kettle  River .Mining   Division   of  '- Yale District.   "Where located :   In Smith's  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac. H. Hallett, as ajrcut for J. C. Haas, Free  Miners's certificate No. B.0347t and James  McNicol, Free Miner's Certificate No  B41405,       intend sixty        days from  the date liereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim'  And further tal.e notice that action, under  Section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 9th day of September, A. D. 1901.  -_-^^_-_-i___._._=___=._,.._i.l.JH._HALLl-XT.__  Druggist.  Greenwood.  DOUGLAS & M'KENZIE, Props.  EVERYTHING 'FIRST-CLASS.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate   of  Improvements.  NOTICE.  "SILVER     DUCK    FRACTION"     Mineral  Claim, situate in tlie Kettle River Miniiijr  Division of Yale District.   Where located  Iu Central Camp.  ^TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Frederic Keeffer, Free Miner's Certi-  _icaleNo.t!40..'t,ar.d Mnry Garland Free Miners  Certilicate No. 1.4055'', intend, sixty  days from  the dale hereof, to apply to the :_;.-_.:-�� _::'_'.>_-._r  for certilicate of improvements for the pnrposs  of oblaiiiiny Crowii Grants of thc above claims.  And  further ta!<t:  notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of Biicli certificate of improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of October, A. D. 1901.  I. II. HALL 1ST  THE   BEST_ OF   FOREIGN   AND  DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS   .  AND   CIGARS.  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR   TRAVELLING ' MEN.  ACCOMMODATION FOR 75 GUESTS  URSUS BATTLE WITH THE AUROCHS.  <-_n actual sceno in this great production.)  Thi3 Superb vSccnic Production  Is a dramatization of Hem*yk Sienkie-  vvicz's wonderful story, the sensation  of the Christian world. :. ���-  For stage representation it is divided  into  SIX  ACTS AND NINE  SCENES.  Illustrating- in a manner graphic and  convincing- the Dawn of Christianity  and Downfall of Paganism.  Cast with the full strength of  E- J. CARPENTER'S  Large and Powerful Dramatic Company  ^CpttXPTW'(none required belonging to  'ov,cucl"<-*the opera house) by Thos.  Neville.  Pricf lltMPC by Descalchi. Rich, beau-  OUStUUlCO tiful      aud    historically  correct.  "Quo Vadis is a sermon with no one  asleep in the pews."���Natchez;, Miss,,  Daily Democrat. 7   .-  NOTE���Universal praise from managers and  newspapers -where this fine company lias lately  appeared, justifies J, E. Amiable, manager of  the Nelson Opera House, In offering - .them  special inducements tacome, aad it is confidently expected to be the leading amusement event  of the season.  Sale oi'seats y. ill beglaNoY. 30th at usual  place. *  The Colonist gets diversion from the  distastful task of defending the Dunsmuir government by safely advising  its benighed contemporary upon matters of proper journalistic form.  Recently it called the Victoria Times  to task for describing the railway magnate as "Jim" Hill all of which moved  a local p'6'S( to get off the following:���  To th'e Editor:   ���  Dear Sir:���It pains me   greatly to say  "Don't" to you, and yet, -r��  Joining hands with  Mr.  __.���)   I must  insist  That you carry out the laws of journalistic etiquette  As expounded in the Sunday Colonist.  When you apeak to Mr.  Morgan or* of  Mr. Gould (deceased),  Don't in stilt them with a Pierpont or  a Jay, ���  And as for Mr. Jeffergori. I'm sure he'd  be displeased  If you Joe'd him in a friendly sort of  way. t        ���  I trust you wouldn't think of calling  Mr. Robert Burns  Either Robbie, Rob or Bobby, and  '.-'.y     I'm sure  Any editor of culture by intuition turns  ��� From   using   "Tom"   of   Mr.   Poet  .*���   Moore.  Don't speak to Harry Helmcken  (you  couldn't if you tried),  Give Mr. Thomas Atkins all his dues;  Don't say Pat Burns,  Bob Foster,  or  even Dick McBride,  And never,  never, .never say   Sam  Hughes.  Don't even speak of Whitman  familiarly as Walt,  Don'tlabelMr. Chamberlain as "Joe'  And as for Adam, Ezra, Job, it seems  to me a fault  ; To rcb them of their-Mister So-and-  Ba. '"���.'���  *      *'��'*--    *    '.*'���'    *      ��� *  So far I have been  speaking of plain  ordinary folk,  Just Tom and Dick and Harry  after  all,  But when   it comes to railway kings  the thing is past a joke,  And "Jim"  for Mr.  Hill yon must  recall,  For such a lese-majestic railway magnate precedent -  Might lead to calling other Jameses  "Jim,"  So here we file a drotest lest our  way president  Should suffer  hearing such  applied  to him.'..  of tailor made garments  reaav lo wear ��*���������**�� -**  When you see the Label  ���"oaoe  MARIA  REG I STEREO  attached to tke left hand pocket  of the garments, bay them,  you are taking no risk.  &   j&  as a  your  Paitl  ;s%3asgag35%S5^  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ��������=--���  PORTMAN  & PORTMAN-  Proprietors,  n.  ASK FOR  BWl  ' The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! t epsjon anosT   ghtr in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  X  m^.  CHOICE CIGARS   A^I  TOBACGOS X XX <**      - _^��-  FINE���   :-  X  ���TV..  News Papers, Periodicals,  Circulating Library, Fancy  Goods, Candies, Etc., Etc.  ^V &%> m*\>  If you want nice soft drinks   call / at  South End grocery. f  Prescriptions filled correctly���AiiSer  son's pharmacy. I  .....  AY  ".-  s^t^j^^smm^^m^^^^i^st"  Engineers and Mine  Superintendants will find  it to their interest to re-  fer to us when in need of  anything in the Pump  line, We make Pumps of  every description for all  services.  MINERAL AC_.  To Charles, W- Edwards,   and others  con",  cerned.  TAKE, NOTICK tliat I have caused to bis  done on the Uncle Same Minenil Claim situate  in Skylark Cam], i:i the Kettle River miniuir  division of Yale District, tlie work required by  Section 2+ of tlie Mineral Act, for the year  which has expired, ar.d have expended for such  work and for recording tlie certiiiealu thereof  the sum of one hunilred and two dollars and  fifty cents (SH)2.50;.; and if at lhe expiration of  ninety clays from thedateof the first publication  of this notice, you fail to contribute your proportion of such e-.p:.udinii-e, viz. Thirty-four  dollars and seventeen cents (J.-4.17 for one-third  interest in said mineral claim, _'.!_elher wiih all  costs of advertising your interest iu said mineral claim shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by the "Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1900.  Dated this 29th day of August. 1901.  E1TAXUKL PASTROKE.  To  liffht  my  bay  STRAYED.  premises   below  Midway a  horse,    branded    on     left  Hear "tlitXc^nerlof Govetnitiliit 'a��arGre'tnW6'6d  Streets. '  R. PyMtfiet & Co.  LIMITED  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  M-ADWOOl) SCHOOL-IIOUSi*  OKAI-lii. Ti-_.IM'.KS, indorsed 'Tender  v��__* lor Scnool-liouse." will b>: nveivid bv tiie  tiio itiidersiHTiicil up to noon of Mor.dav. the 2?lli  November, I'JO'., for the eivclion and completion ol a one-room school-ho-.i-.^e  al Deadwood,  Plan:-,, specilications. forms of tender .-uk!  contract may be seen on aa.l after the lSih  November. i'.(il. at tiie Government Aueiifs  office, t.reeuwcod.  Tenders will not be cousidersd unless made  upon the priuted forms supplied for the purpose, and the a.,'.es:.ieni to execute a bond, appended to the form of tender, is dulv signed by  the contractor himself and  two other resnoii-  E.ESCALET=^  ���^Proprietor-  sible residents of the J  sum of S3(. J, for thc fai'.hf  work.  The lowest or anv  tender  accepted.  Vi.  Deputy Com niir,.ion _  ovince in  the penal  1 performance of the  not    necessarily  shonlder,   four White   feet    and   white   r'a'u-�� a'.-(- Works Department,  - GORE,  of I/ands Hi  Works.  strip on face. If not called for the  same will be sold to pay for keep and  cost of this advertisement.  A. ti. HORRIDGE,  Mdway, Oct. 1st, 1901, "' '"' '"'  Victoria, K. C, llth November, 1901.  Go  drills  to   Anderson's    pharmacy    for  toilet, articles,   sponges,  soaps,  p.-rfumes. etc., i.reenwooil. ~ *   ���* "  The Best Meals in the City  Cooked under thc personal  supervisioii of Escalet for  Fifty Cents. X Well  heated and comfortable  rooms Fiftv Cents. X if  ^8��  A local poet should get penal servitude for the following not only because of the libel on the Greenwood  Times but also the insult to the muse  of the Victoria poet :  It really is too bad  The Times are just the same,  In Greenwood or Victoria matters  not;    ,  When discussing- railway magnates  And men of heavy thought;  They'r altogether to familiar with  -._.-J-_i-__-the_name^_ _ .= .    ���.,  James Breen not "Jim"  Joseph Boss not "Joe"  Finucane should be never known  "Finny"  It is so imf ra dig to call them so.  The Times is so silly, a very silly  ._- ninny  To call Massam "lid", Mcintosh  "mac".  James Deniooston Sword,  Other you all know  Are given names that smack  Of a very serious lack  Of Journaliste etiqustte, what woe !  Why should Smith be called P. B. ? J  Its very hard to see -  Or Mayor Jakes be Doc ?  It passes comprehension  Gives previous apprehension  When I. Robert is called "Bob"  But the name that most does wound  us  Except that awful "Fungus"  Is that of Jack de Leek  It should get it in lhe neck  For of military dignity  To thus a brave man rob.  The habit should be stopped,  Names should not be lopped  In this Christian land at all.;  And it's a pity  There's a sobriquet  For Paul Johnson of "Oom Paul."  *  #  IS  9  9  9  ��  9  9  %  t s  9  ���ft  9  9  9  *  "ft  9  ��  *  9  a  9   .  *-  9  9  9  9  9  #  9 "-  ft  ft  ft  >��  *5  9  9  &  ti  ft  ft.  ft  ft,  %'  .��-  ���'.ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  Shop worn goods  for your.Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern which have  just arrived.  The Biggest and best  assortment of Fall .Suit'  ings ever brought into f  I the Boundary.  X   X %  ������ ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ft  ��  THE TAILOR  Copper St.   ,-~_-Gi88roood.  $$#$ft$ft&ttftftft��ftft��ff6tt##��ftft  �����~-. '._..-___ "/--.- ts_.  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -ftft  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  CO.UPT.l_Tl- MINE EQUIPMENTS  OF ALL KINDS.  STOCK CAKKIED IN ROSSLAND,  B BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  2^;     Agents For Tlic Bullock Diamond Drills. _____��_____~__--  5H  . R. Ji. C. K2cMa.lv. Ross.awd, B. e. < 3-*  *��  FREE BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS  ...The Clarendon Cafe...  _____ w*~  Flints Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil  with Hypophosphites for weak lungs.  A flesh maker SI.00. W. ti. Anderson  the Druggest.  i lee Gtelwllis  E ESCALET, Proprietor.  GREENWOOD.       :'     :        :  13 C  To rent-A boarding house, furirshed  convenientaly located near smelter. Ar-  ply Times office.  Greenwood is thc financial and commercial centre of tlie  Boundary Creek District.'i It is the supply point for the  Mining camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, "White  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.  Pool table f jr sale or rent.  2nd Hand Store.  1 .    ��� ��� - ���  For prices of lots.-and other  information address   0,1, C. 1 ^  Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Grestwool    c *  ljtW^*M~t>*JJ'M*lJlMxX!.XXI3a��&  Particular and  Prompt attention  given to our mail  order department |^  MLLERMOSI  md then the Dominion and the province could jointly approach the Imperial government and ask fer a  tnodifiation of the treaties with Japan  and China, restricting emigration.  Mr. Bodwell upon aceptance served  his connection with those clients "including corporations, .whose patronage  he could not retain because of his new  relationship.  LION BOTTLING WORKS..  GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS.  LOCAL ASDPERSOM  will be here on Decem-  Mrn .refiners of  ym>-  All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages  Sole Agents for THE LION SPEWING.CO., Rossland, B. C.  Thc Largest Brewery iu British Columbia,  JAS. f-.cCREATH & CO., Proprietors.  #  m^^&m  BODWELL TO RUN  Tlie Well  &Sr*~  yy&y  1^0Mrlr  vmmtyi"'  W^ytf''1  'tBH&i'-rZfr-'---"  ftis&tfyyyj;  %ty&&'��yt)  Known   Coast Lawyer to Enter  Political Arena.  . ytiitV. Bodwell K^.,_has,al;.last;c6n-  se^-ted^toetTteythe political arena. For  many-j-ears'he;was urged to accept a  nomination but always declined. . The  present vacancy in Victoria gave a  good opportunity to again urge Mr.  Bodwell to run and an influential delegation , comprising both I/iberals and  Conservatives, waited on Mr. Bodwell,  asking him to run in opposition to the  g-overnment at the Victoria bye elect-  Ion. The delegation,included T. B.  Hall, W. A. Ward, ti. Crow Baker,  Gorden Hunter, K. 'C, and P. C. Mac-  Gregor. The latter was one of thc  most ardent Martinites, and conse-*  quently one of the strongest, anti-Bod-  - ' -wellites, in .fhe last. election." . Mr.  Bod-well consented, and' will"- make a  very strong condidate. It is understood  that he will* drop 'his' railway-:briefs,  Thc Victoria Time comes ou't)editorialy  strongly in support of him.    His.elect-  i t-yion iu Victoria will be almost certain,  . " as a year or to two ago a mass meeting  ���- in the A. O. U. \V. hall almost insisted  that he should stand, but he could no)  then beinduced to do so. If he is  _ elected and the government" is overthrown, he will be a very probable  successor to Mr. Dunsmuir as premidr.  ��� This would mean the advent of a Great  Northern and auti-C. P. R.. policy, as  Mr. Bowdell has long been J. J. Hill's  representative and the V. V., & E.,  sponsor in this province. It would also  have the effect of driving Martin and  Dunsmuir even more pronouncedly into j.nto the same camp,, as Martin and  Bodwell are bitter political and personal enemies, y _/  Mr Bodwell iu an interview outlined  the broad policy on which he intends  to appeal to the electorate*. He has no  confidence in the  government,  believ-  i. contrary to the'interests of the country. The great question is which the  government should exirt its energies, he  says are railways, the difficulty with  mine owners, the position of the lead  .. mines, reorganizing of the fiscal  'system, and Oriental immigration. Iu  connection with the first he adovcates  subsitiies'to'trunk lines only, namely:  Coast-Koolenay,~~ Island extension,  Kamloops aud Atliti and the section of  the Canadian Northern railway through  British Columbia. He says he has a  scheme by which these could be given  without additional burdens on the taxpayers. He would take up the" lead  mines trouble with the Dominion  government. Kegarding Mongolians  he-says previous efl'ort has been misdirected, because the province had no  power to legislate and by so doing  only caused friction with Ottawa. He  would enlist thj sympathy of  Ottawa,  Cycle Poco and Weno  Hawk Eye  "Quo Vadis  ber 4th.  A. J. McMillan managing direstor  of the Snowshqe was in the city this  week.  W. Garland M. P. P., for Portage  I^a Prairie and a cousin of J. C. Gar-  laud of Anaconda died recently in  Arizona, from throat trouble.  Neil Cochrane the well known mining engineer was over from Rossland  this week.  J. H. Brock general manager of the  Great "West Life Assurance company  of Winhepeg was in Greenwood'this  week looking for investments for his  company.  H. ��� ti. McDonnell general freight  agent of the C. P. R., with headquarters at Nelson was in the city this week.  Jno. Dunn and J. R. Steele two well  known prospectors have returned from  the Kitimat country.  The annual meeting of the Greenwood Liberal assoctaiion will be held  in the city hall next Wednesday evening. A full attendence is requested.  On account of the K., of P., ball the  same eveuing the meeting will begin  at 7:30 sharp.  The prospecting shaft on the Jewel  encountered a body of rich ore this  week. The discovery of this body in  addition to the large amount of ore  already blocked out makes the Jewel a  very valuable property, the ore being  high ^r:ide.  >" Born���At    Greenwood,   on  the 17th  inst;, to the wife of I. H. Hallett, a son.  Personal���Messrs. Hallett and Shaw  barristers and solicitors Greenwood B.  C, desire to learn the whereabouts of  Frank Kernohan who resided in the  Boundary district about two years  ago, having information that will be  of.advantage to. him. :  QMiss MacGregor, dressmaker, Wallace Miller Block.    Suite 1(_. '  His Honor Judge Leamy has moved  into Mr. Barrett's residence on government street.  August Jackson holelman of Rossland and. Phpenix  has  instituted pro-  .   Jno.   Kirkup   government  ageut at  Rossland, was in the city this week.  Last Thursday evening Geo. Larson  of the Grand Forks smelter and Miss  Bertha Peterson were married at the  residence of the bride's brother in  Anaconda.  Thomas McAuly whose big hotel  was burnt in Midway about a year ago  has decided to resume business in that  city having taken over the Oakland  hotel.  Captain and Mrs- Lacey and Cadet  Robinson will leave for Greenwood on  Thursday to start a branch of tha Salvation Army there.���Rossland World  All kinds fruits, fresh candy, daily  at Semerad's.  Pool tabl. for sale or rent. O. I. C  2nd Hand Store.  MINEEAL   ACT.  Astonding 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 bid cough always ensures a good  night's rest. "It will aoon cure the  cough too,"writes]Mrs. S. Hiiuolberget*  "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. L. Whit's drug* store. Trial bottles free.  To J. C. Eaas and others interested ia the  Admiral Dewey miueral claim, situated in  Summit camp, Grand Forks mining: division  of Yale district:  TAKK NOTICE Unit I have caused to be  done on the Admiral Dewey mlncrtvl" claim,  situate in Summit camp, in the Grand Forks  mining division of Yale district, British Columbia, tho work required by Section 2-1 of.the  Mineral Act, for the year which has expired,  and have expended forsueh work and for rc-  eonlinsj tlie ccrtifleate thereof tlie sum of one  hundred and three dollars and fifty cents  CflOli.SO); ami that if, at the expiration of  ninety days from lhe date of thc first publication of t Id's notice you fail to contribute your  proport'">i of such expenditure, namely,  "S-...S7'.. oil h, together with all costs of advertising vour interest in said mineral claim  shall he'linble to forfeiture, as provided by thc  " .-lii_ui.il Act Amendment Act 1000."  Da toil this 12th day of Juno, 1901.  J. \V. I'OWF.U,,  c-JWSWWW AwtAa/ "���Na'-V f\r**j- ���"W v  I CAMP  IcMfflEY  ...HOTEL...  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  Best  Brands  Ciu-ars.  Wines,  L'uiuois  Good Stabl'mf..  and  CAMP McKINNEY, B. C,  Ut_L---;i.*-Uli_-HMg-5U����-VL��U-f-._^  MINERAL   ACT.  Ca-tificatc of Improvement.  NOTICE.  SAN' .JUAN ."..ACT I ON* AI- Mineral Claim, situate in the Keltic Kiver Mining Division ot  Vale District. Where located ��� Providence  Camp.  Take Notice Unit I, John William. Nelson,  r.ee Minor's Certificate Xo, I) -I0a32. intend  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to thc  Miniiif-i'ecorder for a Certi'ionto ol* Improvements for tlu; purpose of obtaining a Crown  Graut of the above claim  And further lake notice  that action, under  Section :i7,  must   he  commenced  before  thc  issuance of such Certi   "ate of Improvement.  Hated this sixth day j_ June, A. I)��� 1001.  23 .1. W. Nelson.  To Rent���A  three roomed   cottage,  furnished.   Apply the Times office.  Fall   hats���latest-  at G. F. Williams'.  -up-  to-date  goods.  ���tf '  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathison's.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  ceedings against the Phoenix miners,  union claming 510,000 damages for loss  sustained because of having been plvc-  ed on the unfair list'by.the said union.  Hughes lhe piano'player arrested for  robbing Castlebar elected speedy trial  and appeared before His Honor Judge  Spinks on Monday. He was dismissed  because of insufficient evidence to  convict.  J. S. Carter district passenger gagent  ���and O. Becker, travelling freight agent  of thc C. P. "R., were in the city this  week. Mr. Becker was accompanied  by his mother, who is visiting him  from Hamilton Out.  MINERAL ACT.  To John Layeux, of Grand Forks. B. C-i Freo  Miner;  You are hereby notified that I have expended  in labor aittl improvements-on the "American  Eag-le" mineral claim, situate iu Skylark camp,  in tlie Kettle River Miniug Division of Yale  District, the sum of One Hundred Dollars and  S2.SU for recording- the same, such beiiiK- thc  amount required and necessary to hold the said  claim for the year eudiuy the 2nd daj- of July  1901, under the provisions of the "Mineral Act"  and Amendinf Acts; and if at the expiration of  ninety days from the date .pf the first publication of this notice iu the Greenwood Weekly  Times you fail or refuse to contribute your 'proportion of such expenditure, namely S3..16, together with all costs of advertising, your  interest iu said mineral claim shall become  inosted iu me [your co-owner] upon filinj,' in the  proper ofliee iu that behalf the affidavit required  by Section 4 of thc "Mineral Act Amendment  Act 10OO."  Dated this 16lh day of September, 1901.  De ek  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "QUEEN OF SHEliA'" mineral claim, siiu.-.le  in the Kettle Kiver Minir.^ Division of Yale  District.       Where   Incited :        In   Copper  |        camp, adjoining llie ".lutnbo" and "'llanjiia  |        llala" mineral claims.  jnr-AKI.    XOTICE    tliat     we,   Thomas Mc-  ���    *      Dounell. of Cri'cuwuori inihcsuiil district  ! Ere-   Miner'!.    Certilicate    No.   11.   40,302  and  i V.'illi.im     Graham    .McMynn,     of    the   same  ' place, Free Miuer's Certificaie No. li 4_,(,0I, intend sixty days from the date  liereof,  to  apply  to  the   Minium  Recorder  lor   a  Certificate of  Improvements,   for  the purpose of obtainiuy a  Crowii Grant of the ahuve claim.  Ami  further   take  notice  thai action  under  section 37, musi  be i-ommeuced before  .he  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this loth day of August. -'All. j  THOMAS  Vi. G. Mc  M  At Manufacturers'   Prices  Supplies of all kinds  for the  Amateur  Photographer at REASONABLE  PRICES  j. L COLES,  Books, Stationery, Office  Supplies, Etc.  MINERAL ACT.  To Sam Breslauer aad others inetrested in the  Henrietta Mineral Claim, situated near  Beaverton in the Kettle River Mininjr Bi-  Tision of Yale District:  TAKE NOTICE that 1 have t-uused to he dono  on th. Ilenii.ttii iniiii-riil ikum, shunted, near  lleiiverton, in the K..UI.. River Mining Division  of Yale District, the..work required bv S-'ectioii  21 of tiie Mineral Act. fur the veur which has  expired, and have expended for'such work und  for recordidK the certitieates thereof the sum  of One Hundred and Two Dolliirs and Fiftv  cents, ($ice..'y.), nnd if at the expir..tion of i_lm.tv  days Irom the dale of the lirst publication o'l  this notice you fuil to contribute vour proportion of such expenditure, namely, the sum of  Fifty-One Dollars hum Tv.entv-Five Cents  ?.')1.25), together with nil costs of mlv.rti. "tig  our interest in  said  mineral claim  shall be  able to forfeiture, as provided by the '-.Mineral  ct Amendment Act, 1..0."  Hated this oth day of July, .901.  CHARLES I'HIPI'S.  Take Notice that the partnership  heretofote subsisting between the  undersiffued, carrying on business as  Hotel Keepers, under the firm name  and style of Madden and Dallas, has  this day been dissolved by mutual  consent.  All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Henry B. Madden  aud all claims against the said partnership will be paid by hitnv  The business, will be~ continued by  the said Henry B. Madden.  Dated this 4th clay of Nov. A.D. 1901.  Witness : H. B. Madden  A. M. Whiteside.      James Daisys  Largest assortment of pantings ever  brought into the Boundary at Al-  lnacher and Wilson's.  HOTEL  BOLSTER,  WASH.  *^t ��"!<��� ��"|��  The Only First-Class Hotel in the  , Myers Creek District.  ���$"- '���*�����- 4**  COOK & YOUNG, Proprietors  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To J. A. Drain and C. Hoffman,  both of the  City of Spokane  in  the State of Washington.  Sirs;  Yott are hereby notified that I have expended  SiOO.OO in labor and Improvements on the "Alice  Maui'.'? Mineral Claim situate in Smith'!-camp  in the Kettle Kiver Miuiuy Division of Yale  District iu Drilish Columbia, to count as an assessment on said claim, as will appear by a  Cerlilicale of Work recorded 23rd March. i-Uti,  in the.office of the Mining Hecorder for iliesaid  Kettle River Milliner Division of Yale District,  in order to hold said claim under the provisions  of Section 24 of the Mineral Act: such heiujr  the amount required to hold the said claim for  llie veareudin:. 23rd March, i%'i.  Aud if at the expiration ol''Ai days of pulili  cation of this notice you tail or refuse to con  tribute vour proportions of the expenditure required tiniler Section 21, together with all costs  of advertisirir, your interests iu said claim  shall become vested mi llie subscriber "one of  vour co-owners] under .Section ���* of the Mineral  Act Amendment Act. I'XX'.  Dated at'-reciiivoi.il, I!. Ct tliis 26lh day of  Julv,.'.0..  Vi. T. SMITH.  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE   OF  IMPROVEMENTS.  XOTICE.  KAMPALO and SILVER LUMP Mineral  Claims situate in the Kettle Kiver Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located :  On the Xorth Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE XOTICE that I, John McLatchic of  Nelson, aclin(. as airent for A. Silla, Free  Miner.s Certilicate No. U. 52,"i22, Adam Scaia.  Free Miner's Certificate Xo. It 32,309. and Lewis  Scala, Free Miner's Certificate Xo. li 32,3o-., intend, sixty days from the dale, hereof, to applj  to thc Mining-Recorder for Ccrli'ic.Ues of Improvements, for the purposeof obtaining- Crown  grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before ihe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this '7th day of Auyust, A. D. i..i.  JOUX JdcLATCHIE, P- L.S.  NOTICE OF-FORFEITURE-  To Peter Son3���eratt and E. Haney. both of  tlie City of Sp_kane, State of Washington,  United States of America.  You are hereby notified that'we have expended SiOO.O. iu labo'r and* improvements on the  May flower Mineral Claim situate in Skylark  Caiiip iu the Kettle River Miii'mjf Division of  Yale District aud S2.50 iu reeorilinjr said labor  and improvements as an assessment, to count  as au assessment ou said claim, as will appear  by a certilicate of work recorded March 10th  i.0i, iu the office of the Miniuir Recorder for  the said Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale  District, in order to hold the said claim under  the provision)* of Section 2-t of the Mineral Act,  suali beiny the amount required to hold said  claim for tlie j-ear ending-March 29th; Wui.  And if at the expiration of 90 days of tne publication of this notice you faii or refuse to con  tribute your respective proportions of- the  expenditure required and made by us, .together  with all/costs of advertising-, your interests in  said claim shall become vested in us (the co-  owners] under'Section 4, of the Mineral Act  Amendment Act, 1900. .,  Dated at Greenwood, B. ., this 5th daj- o f  August, A. D��� 190i.  PAT HICKEY,   ���:'  IDA BERGMAN,  : The Church of England :  Sale' of Work - Dance  1  The Iyadies Guild will hold  ale of Work  in St. Jade's Hall on -Thursday  afternoon . Nov.    28th,  next from 2'to 6 p. ill. .  SPECIALTWTliinfe for Men.  In the evening there will be  ADM  commencing' at 9 p. m.  Please  note 'date and keep  it clear.  ��18 111  Atlantic Steamship Dtparttnent  CHRISTMAS SAILIiSG  TO ENGLAND  ST. JOHN, ?���**. B. TO LIVERPOOL  Pai'iaian, Nov. 23.    Numidiau, Nov. 30  Ionian, Dec. 7. Tunisian, Doc. 14.  PORTLAND TO LIVERPOOL  Dominion, Nov. 23.        Ctimbromnn  Saxonia, Dec. 7.  Ultonia, Dec. 21.  Vaiico-iver, Dec. 21. Nov  BOSTON TO LIVERPOOL  Ivernia, Nov. 23-  Ncw ting., Dec. 4.  NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL  Celtic, Nov. 26.  Germanic.Nov. 27,  Majestic, Dec. 4.  Cymric, Dec. 10.  Oceanic, Dec. 11.  Teutonic, Dec. 18.  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  Km  3g__-__-_e-��r__^sas-__-B_:  FURNITURE  CARPETS  VICTORIA, B. C.  -^=;-gW-l-t,w>UJJ)l_U'.ga-��  f?^E5S��Sia^ii��aa&ii-__--g^  .0.  Etrnria, Nov. 23.  Campania, Nov. 30.  Umbria, Dec. 7.  Lucania, Dec. 14.  Etrnria, Dec, 21,  Campania, Dec. 2S,  Philadelphia,Dec  St. Louis, Dec. 18.  NEW YORY TG SOUTHAMPTON  Haverford, Nov. 27  St. Paul, Dec. 11.  CONTINENTAL SAILINGS  Of   North   ( erm  :i  Lloyd,   Hamburg-  Packet Co.. __,.-_jnd American, Red  Star French and Anchor Lines on  application.  For reservation of births, rates and  complete information call or write  nearest C. P. R. Agent. ���  J. S. CARTER. h. J, COYLE,  .P. A., Xelson. ti A.G.P. A.,W tcourer  WE GUARANTEE THEM UNCONDITIONALLY.  CALL AND LET US^J  EXPLAIN THEIR ADVANTAGES TO .UOU  Besides*    the     reg-ular  TRUAY  Ore Car, we ean  . "���������-.  -  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 are  the straight type or thc  Anaconda self oiling as you  may desire.  Drop us a line and  let  us   quote   our    prices   and  '.further'particulars. 7 7  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING  WORKS, LTD.  Successors to  Armstrong & Morrison,   ..'.  /Machinists, Iron rounders  Blacksm iths ,-'Boi ler makers'  VA NCOUVER, B, C.  ^njmim^v^M^fxifmminMMMniumjaitmiitmi  '  Estate of Malcolm McCuaigr. late  Rock Creek, B. C., deceased.  of  lug-  The following* property is for  sale:  '   ���  '-l.  Lot 514, Group 1, OsoyoDS Division of Yale District, containing  230 acres, situate 011 the South  side of Kettle River near  ram,s bridge, (Crown Grant.)  >l-8  Au undivided one-half 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 thc "Tea'.cr" mineral claim  (excepting buildings etc., thereon), situated at Camp McKinney  near the Cariboo claim, (Crowii  Grant.)  An undivideitone-third interest  in the "Beaver" mineral claim  situated on Wallace mountain on  the West Fork of Kettle River,  lying between the "Bell, "Id-aho"  and "Tiger" claims, (.Surveyed  and five assessments recorded.)  For Terms  and Further  apply to  Particulars  Warner & cPittock>  *  drop's.  t\f. yy WWWW^W:'-^'^  ;��^:.K��u^-__SM--<_-^:MZi^a^jecs<__co;3^^  e    ������'���"''���--37,  ������  Smoke a William Pitt Cigar."   A jolly given  with' every cigar at Fisliesr'.    Ask for it.  �����!  lie  When  you   can  the   country   at   Fisltei'S'  <ret   the   best  cigars  m  '9  ll     CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK. - -.       Cooper Strest.  SJS  ���.���.,..���w./_w.��,o_:��./>!>re/y��  Sole Agents For The B. C, Assay &  Chemical Supply Co.. Vzn.ouver. B, C.  i> s  S    ���    l>  ASSAYERS   AND   MILL  , DIRECT IMPORTERS OF  SUPPLIES     -:-   AVE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE  STOCK OF ALLAj.*-PARATT,S REQUIRED IN YOUR ASSAY OFFICE.  SOLE AGENTS FOR "BATTERSEA'  CRUCIBLES etc, AND BRAUNS  infill II1101 PHI?  ~Q i~S( LIKE  CG V1BIJ 'VI   )N J SSA1'. FI RHACES.  Donald G. McLennan,  Grecuwco., B. C.  or  Mcleod & Brown,  Solicitors, "   Greenwood, B. C-  ...   GRAND   FORKS,   B. Cl  AU kin'ts of fruit trees, shade trees and flowering'  shrubs, roses, berry plants, asparagus and rhubarb:  11 roo+s   etc.    Strong home-grown acclimated stock. '  We" are   booking   orders   for fall  planting now.'  MARTIN BURFELL, Prop..   P, O, Box 33, V, & N, 'Phone 25


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