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 :K  Vol. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1901  No. 16.  ... THE BALL- SEASON...  We have a large assortment of ^Black  Venetians Cheviots and Worsteds especially manufactured    for   Dress   Suits*  mae/iei1  li;p  * :z:i  "r-j,-^/  Best Quality $1.40'per Sack.  , Pastry $1^25 per Sack,  TEA  OATS  35 Cents Sack.,  -A'nice Silver; Spoon given *vvitli   every lb  package of Ceylon Tea, at  tl  If You Have the Cash,  Call and See. Bannerman  Bros, and get the Benefit of  a Cash System. -We keep  no Books' -or' Book-keeper,  we have no Collector, we  have no loss in. Bad Debts.  Therefore, we are ��� able to  ^s^O-Qllless Mpjie]^= th an j>u r  Competitors. ���We Guaran-  ee to, give you the Best  Goods for the Least Money.  .tNpte following prices;  Currants, cleaned, !   15c. ;��erlb.  Raisins,   seeded , ......15c.   "    "  Citron Peel ....30c.   "    "  Lemon Peel 30c.   "   "  Orang-e Peel 30c.   "    "  Sugar, 13 lbs. for   $1.00  Sugar, per cwt.  6.5  OilVper case.. ...; 7.. 7.7.. 3.75  Tomatoes, 7   for. ;..... .7. 1.00  iCrtam; 8 for :. ..7:..,....  1.00  ^Bannerman Bros.  CASH   GROCERS.  HS-HB  Your are thinking of buying  Xmas Presents. We have just  therightgoods^fbr menr^"^~^  The Choicest    /~^T/^ ADC  Lines of . . .    \_-lVjr/\JL\0  A Large' DTDCJC  Assortement of     1 lJTJDO  and Smokers' Supplies  of every description.  McCormicks Celebrated Chocolates, 'Bon rBous and Confect-  .��� ioiieiy fresh and pure.  Iry Us.      You'll be Satifizd.  WATSON  &  CURRY  Copper Street.  .; Pw'.  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets .*. $304,568,063.49        Surplus . . $66,137,170.01  -.   HfALLENBpG, Manager,  605-606-6b!7 Empire State' Building, -- Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T. KIPP, Cashier.  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801.  Stnith & Mc^e  Q__.*-_>  To Busy to write acl. Come  and pick out Christmas  Presents.   Every article  marked in plain fig-ures,  One prices to all and thai the  lowest.  Christmas  What is more delightful for  a small token than one of our  ancy boxes of  ..Chocolates  fresh and. of the best flavor,  also  Afresh Creams,  Assorted Nuts,  Fresh Fruits,  at Greenwood Candy  Factory  ���***=.  C V. Semerad,      Proprietor.  Copper Street,       Greenwood.  If you buy once, you will  come again.  Charles W, Vedder the Well-known Insurance  Man  Fatally  Shot Thursday  Afternoon.  Coroner's Jury Bring In a Verdict of  Wilful Murder by Some Unknown  Person.  Uie   Solicit   Vour   inspection  OF OUR  ��bri$tma$  Cine  OP  Diamond Rings & Brooches,  Solid GoiirWatch Cases;  and Jewelry.  Sterling and Plated Silver,  Flat and Hollow ware.  Ebony and Sterling Silver  Toilet Sets, etc., etc.  miLLEJi    WiOS.  JEWELLERS &   OPTICIANS,  Greenwood,  B.C.  Come Early and Make Your  Selection of Xmas Goods.  Toys, all kinds  Fancy China Ware  'Purses,  Work Boxes,  Xmas Cards and Calendars,  Splendid Photos of the Town  and Surroundings at I5ds.  Presents Suitable for any person,  Old  or Young-  %L ���OCG$  Dominion   Express   Orders  Sold and Cashed  Here  The business men of this city were  horrified at one o'clock Thursday afternoon when the report quickly circulated that C. W. Vedder, of the firm of  Vedder & Cunningham had shot himself in the back rooms of the firm's  office on Copper street. The report  was quickly verified. Medical men  were soon in attendance, but the wound  was fatal. The unfortunate man  never recovered consciousness and  death came at four o'clock the following- morning-. No reason can be assigned for the act. Mr. Vedder apparently was never worried and as the  firm was doing a good business financial matters could scarcely be responsible.  During the afternoon of Thursday  and on Christmas day he was in his  usual good spirits. He attended service in the Episcopal church Christmas morning and spent a happy day  with his wife and family. About ten  minutes from one on Thursday, his  partner Mr. Cunningham left the  office saying "I'm going to lunch  Charlie". At one Mrs. Vedder telephoned from their residence to the  office but got no response. Immediately after one J. W. Hartline who has  desk room in the office came in and  began writing a letter. He heard someone breathing heavily in. the back  room but thought nothing of it for a  time.. The.heavy breathing continuing he went into the back room arid  found Mr. Vedder seated in a chair  with his back towards the door. He  called his name but got no response  and going up to him shook him but  the poor fellow was unconscious. Mr.  Hartline ran across to the office of Dr.  J. ti. Spankie who immediately went  over to the office. The doctor found  that Mr. Vedder' was bleeding from  the nose and very freely from the side  of the head two inches above the right  ear. The doctor noted that he was  sitting upright, head forward, chin  resting on the chest, feet apart and  hands crossed between the legs. Every  muscle was relaxed. He examined  wound in head and exclaimed to Mr.  Hartline that Mr. Vedder had been  shot. He quickly glanced round and  found revolver on the floor on left side  of chair, handle pointing towards the  wall and barrel behind lett front leg of  chair. The gun was a 38 Smith and  WKtoii;"'"*^"^""""'""*"'"'^^*  After thorough examination Dr.  Spankie considered the case hopeless  and called in Drs. Schon and Foster  for consultation. As the bullet  travelled downwards and forwards  over base of right frontal lobe of brain  nothing could be done to save life.  The suicide was a painful surprise to  Charley Vedder's most intimate  friends. He would be the last man in  the world one would expect to end his  own life. Of powerful build, big  hearted and taking the ups and downs  of the world with unusual good nature,  it could not be imagined that he would  thus end his life. His home life was  of the happiest desception. He leaves  a most estimable wife and four little  daughters. Mr. Vedder was born in  New York state about 42 years ago but  lived in the west for several years. He  was associated with Mr. Allenburg in  the insurance business in Spokane before coming to Greenwood about a year  and a half ago.  After the above was written the  theory of suicide was shattered by the  verdict of the jury at the corner's inquest. In the absence of Mayor  Jakes who is coroner for the city Div  Westwood of Grand Forks came over  on Friday to hold the inquest. The  following- jury was empanelled : J. W.  Grier (foreman), F. F. Ketchum, J. A.  Mathot, Jno. O'Brien, Fred Bishop  and D. A. McKenzie. After viewing  the body, the inquiry was adjourned  until Saturday morning when evidence  was taken. Drs. Spankie and Schon  gave evidence confirming particulars  already given above,   J. W. Hartline |  told of finding the deceased as already  described and Officer Lawder gave  particulars of the effects found on hia  person. There was absolutely nothing in the evidence that could convince  the jury that it was suicide. The only  document that could be construed aa  intimating an intent was a pencil written undated note attached to a policy  in the Equitable Life and addressed to  his wife, in which Mr. Vedder stated  that should anything happen to him  the money from the attached policy  was to be kept for herself and the  children. The jury retired but waa  unable to arrive at a verdict and asked  for more evidence. Saturday evening  Messrs. Cunningham, Johns.Galbraith,  Keefer, Powell and Officer Lawder  gave evidence but little additional  light was thrown on the mystery.  Officer Lawder stated that he had  visited Mr. Vedder's residence and  Clara Vedder the twelve-year old  daughter said that the gun used wai  not the gun her father had in Spokane,  none of the second-hand stores in the.  city sold such a gun. The jury again >-.  retired and after an hour's deliberation brought in. the following- verdict : "That a certain person to the  jurors aforesaid unknown on the 26th  day of December in the year aforesaid  at the office of Vedder and Cunning-  ham in the City of Green wood in the  County of Yale did feloniously, wilfully and of his malic; aforethought  kill and murder with a certain pistol  loaded and charged with gunpowder  and a leaden bullett one Charles VST.  Vedder against the peace of Our Lord  the King, His Crown and dignity."  The interment will take place ia  Spokane. The body will leave Greenwood on Monday's train and a service  will be held in the Masonic building  about 1:30 p. m.   The deceased waa an __.-  enthusiastic Mason and a K. of P.   ,.. --**"r"  *t~*  The Spokesman-Review referring to " *  the tragedy says : -' ' , ^      ' .;    ���ymMt_  "The dece^aed was an ua$!��%frA&^-^~~:^  torney Morgan S&on_"Qi 2225 First  avenue. He was born at Schenectady, ��� - -  N. Y., and came west when about 20  years of age. He. enlisted under General Custer, and was with that famous  Indian fighter in a number of border  engagements, but left the service prior  to Custer's last fight on the Big Horn  in Montana. He was in the general  merchandising business at Wallace,  Idaho,  for a  number  of years. . Hia  store burned about five years-ago,  since which time he has been engaged  in the real estate . and insurance business. He came to Spokane about  three years ago. where he remained  until November, 1900, when ��� he removed his family to Greenwood, B. C.  He leaves a wife and four children.  The news of his death was a shock  to his relatives here, who had heard  nothing until notified by the Spokesman-Review. As far as known by his  relatives, he had not been despondent,  and no cause can be assigned ��� by them  for the taking of his own life."  A Special meeting of the Kootenay  Presbytery was held in. Grand Eorks  on Wednesday last when !H.:C. Shaw  on behalf of the Greenwood congregation presented a unanimous call to  Rev. Dr. McRae. The Presbytery  sustained the call and fixed the induction services for January 7th.  Miss Ella Pringle and Miss Campbell of New Westminster are visiting  Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McLeod.  A. E. Sanderson representing the  Rossland World was in the city thia  week securing new subscribers for hia  paper.  J. A. Hartman manager of the Vancouver Mercantile company, Grand  Forks, appeared before Police Magistrate Hallett on Friday on a complaint of A. A, Crowston, that he did  unlawfully and by false pretences  obtained goods to the yalue of $140.88.  Ernest Miller, Grand Forks, defended  while J. R. Brown appeared for Mr.  Crowston. After hearing the evidence  the magistrate dismissed the complaint.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  :  la the Mttterof the Tttls of part of Lot] 9.  Block Il.-Subdlvlulon of the "Dark Hon*  ;   mineral Claim, Map 21 City of Grteawaof  Croup one/.Osoyoos Division ��of Yala Dta-  WHEREAS the certificate of Title of Adolph  Fisher, to the above hereditament* has been  lost or destroyed, add application has been  made to me for a duplicate thereof:  NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that a duplicate Certificafe of Title will be issued at the  expiration of one month from the date hereof,  unless in the meantime -ralid objection to the  contrary i* made to me in writing.  W  h EDMONDS,  Di-trict Keg-istrar.  I,and Retrlatrj Office Decanter W01  Kamloops, B. C. THE    BOUNDARY    CREEK  TIMES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT&  SHAW,  1--.-.1,  KISTI.NS  N'O'I  SoUClTul....  ai-ncs Prm.ic  V'  '������rt   Ail.l.  _t.S  :      " IIAI.I.UTT."  Ci   * . !?,*  ��� i.i  ���Ifi.iil .\r>  i.oin;. X- N  ill..'.'*.  rill's    GnoEHxvooo,  ":xV<                       s. c.  i.  ll.   IIAI.I.I'.  IT.  ii. i.  "*  1 \\v.  MCLEOD & BROWN  !'. \KI.ISTl'|-S   AND   SOUCITOKS,  NoTAKii's Piim.ic, Ktc.  Oll'ici���:  N.iil.ii-Klnml lilcicl.. Ci>|>p>-r ���sUV-.-l.  (I ll'l'U \l Uttll,   II.C  J. I*. llKUWN. * '���   I'. MlI.K'-I".  FORBES M. KERBY.C.E'  Provincial I.ash Siu.vi.yoi*.  Otliccs:   (iriH-uwoiMl, li. C.  _.W<i .1. A. !'��� ~-a ��� >��� -11'- ��>i.iiv.  Miilivai. ll. C  F'. YJ. GROVES,  Civil   ...p  Mir inc. I_.s.-.ini.ku  Pkuviv  im. Lash   Su.-vi.yoi..  CKhl-.N WUOl),   n. C.  Mim-r.il I'Uiiiii- K��-1..>rn-il 11)1011.  Under;, .omul Surveys.  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Enoisijkr,  I'OMisio::    and     Provincial  Land J-Airvkvor.  .    ��� _-<*""  SREEWWOOD,    .-      ;      :      :    B.   C.  the mines. Tn Greenwood, while there  has been 110 boom, there has been a  lit.-ililiy jj-ro\v rh. During the year  some h'm'.some business blocks have  been erected in the city. The Russell  La w-Caulfield block would be a credit  to a larjje city. There is no handsomer store front in British Columbia.  J. W. M'-llor's three story block adds  greatly to the appearance of the principal business street. Other buildings  have also been erected. Some substantial additions have also been made  lo residence-, of the city. Taking all  in all tlic year has been one of encour-  ageuii-ut. Notwithstanding the many  1 disappointments and discouragements,  i ihere is no reason why the people  ; .-.liiiiihl not view with the brightest  i li'ipes the coming year.  With active railway construction  near the city, with increased forces at  the mines and with the certain development of mining districts that are  more or less tributary" to the city, the  outlook for 1902 is very bright.  Ladies  Attention I  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining anl Civil EnKinc'eriug.  Mini-ral  Claim*  Survi'Vt'il ami Crown Gram.it  Lain! ami lCti^iiifi'i-iui. Surve.">  V    A    HAUEft: C.E.. P.L.S. A. C. ASHCROFT C.E   :"*-.-S  VANCOUVER GREENWOOD  W0..1I    l'.lncU,   next   ilooi-    ti,    Custom    office  ("���-.!. EN WOOD. Ii. C.  SOCIETIES.  LOOKS A.N!) \YAin_RS UN.ON M. 117.  NOTICE OF MEETING."  TIIK l.OUNDAKY COOKS AND WAIT-  ers Union No, 117, meets lirsl anil iliirct  Tu_-ilav:- of I'.ucli nuiiilli al Unioii Hall. Visit-  i HIT iiiuiu l>. 1-s in iriiml staiuliiiir cordially  iiivi-.jil.  Kuin.ur C.Wuoii, Chas. Daiikkan,  ������������.. .    l'lvsiUetit.  . Secretary.  yy^p.jWILLSON  W   " ^TRACTOR. :���  1  have bouiflit Ri'-P.' Coales   House   Miiviii|r  equipment un<F\viircarry on- the 1'usiiiCKs in  future. '  l.rattclies :   (.rand T'orl.s and Rnssland.  Leave orders with l'acilic Transfer  Silver Street.  Ok  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Friday  Duncan- Koss  M..na<;i.n<; JCi.itok.  Cct-UMH-A   Xl-Ll-l'IIO-iK   Vnnxox Ji: Nl-I.SOX Tki.himioni.'  No. 40.  .No. 2".  sunscwirTiONs in advaxck.  J-l-i|!*.IU___-__-_-_:  Six Months   To Fokkion Cou.nii.ii-s  . S 2 00  "~*T-_"*  ... 2 SO  FRIDAY, I.J_CI_MI'KR 27. 1001.  A BRIGHT  OUTLOOK.  The resume of the year's work published in last week's issue of the Times  is encouraging reading. During the  year 385,000 tons of'ore was shipped  from the mines of ihe Boundary country and the greater portion was  treated at the home smelters. Notwithstanding the panicky condition of  the copper market the big mining  companies are perfecting arrangements for increasing the output of the  mines and the capacity of their smelters, so that it is reason able to hope  that the food record for 1901 will be  doubled during W02. From a district  point of view, a lower price for copper  will not affect its prosperity so long as  the price does not fall below a point  where reasonable profits will be wiped  out and ii has yet to fall several  points before this will happen. While  mines and smelters are being operated  the expenditure for labor and material  continues, indeed it-tray be h'crease.l  since reduced profits per ton will induce mine owners to increase their  output so that the aggregate profit  may be maintained.  The commercial life of the district  has kept pace with the development of  We have opened out a  Tailoring Establishment on Copper street,  opposite the Rendell  block.  We  Make a Specialty of  Ladies* Tailoring.  Postum and Grape Nuts at the South  "End Grocery. \V. S. Graham, proprietor.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'FLORENCE PRA.CTIONA.__" Mineral claim  situate   in   the Kettle  River  Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located : Deadwood camp adjoin-  i ii tr tin1. Crown Silver and C. 0. D. Mineral  chums.  TAKE NOTICE tli.it I. Clive _>riiij__e.  Free Miner's Certilicate No. 4<)31.,  iu lend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  lo tlie Minini? Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement!*, for the purpose of obtainintr a  Crown ("rant of the above claim.  Anil further take notice t.iat action   under  section 37, niiisl be commenced  before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvement!-.  Dated this l.lh dav of November, A. D., 1001.  CLIVE PRINGLE.  '" MINERAL   ACT!  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "DOMINION" and "NUMBERTWO" Mineral  Claims situate in  the   Kettle River Milling  Division of Yale District. Where located:���In  Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE thatl, Clive Prlnjfle, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. B40314, intend  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining He_oril(.rfor n C.rtilicate of Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining u. Crown  Oram of thc above Cairn  And further take notice that action, under  Section :17, must be commenced before the  issuance of sucli Certi" ->ate of Improvement.  Dated.i liis l.th day of November, A. D., .901.  '     ' ' CLIVE PRINGLE.  OO  *  OO  are all this season's and  we guarantee style and  workmanship perfect.  Prices Are Reasonable  lid  Merchant Tailors,       Copper'-St.  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "QUEEN BESS" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River, Mining- Division of, Yale'; District. Where located:���In Long Lake Camp,  formerly called Gold Drop Camp,. lying  North-Easterly from and adjoining the  "Roderick Dhii" mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Frank B. Goetter,  of Colville, Wash., U. S. A., Free Miuer Certi-  fioaue No. li 40458 and W. G.McMynn, of Green-  wood.B.c. Free Miner Certificate No. B4O60I, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to applj  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crowii  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of November, 1901.  FRANKB.   GOETTER,  WILLIAM GRAHAM McMYNN  Eleg-ant French and English fancy  China ware (nothing- better) at Cole's  Book Store.  >~B>__aa>a��a---_----__-a��>->  Cr*.  Cr*  Cr*.  Cr^.  Cr<  CF<  <��Z  Cr*  Cr<  Cr<  Cr<  CF"*  ��_  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  (F*  S_  -��*  (r*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Best : $7,000,000,  President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager :   E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. {cuJePln^caiSlu} Hew York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Graut Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part'of llie world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  YiMMmmMMMmm&mmmmmmmx  K=_>  >��_9  *__***  fc=_>  *=0  THE BANK OF  Established 1836.     Incorpooated by Royal Charter.  Capital, ,a,000,000-$4,866.666.66  Reserve Fund, ^350,000-$!,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, ENGLAND.  H STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  J ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal.  Branches and ag-ents  in  all  the   principal  cities  of   Canada and the  United States, and correspondents in all parts  of the world.  Greenwood Branch:   W. G. H. BELT. Manager.  THE f MADIAS RANK OF-f,PIERCE  With Which is Incorporated-the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manaeer  H. R. DAVIDSON,  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  -^^:THE:  Copper Street.  '^1  OPEN DAY AFJD JIGHI. |  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  TRY OUR COFFEE  *  Warner & Pittock,   ^__JPfpp^.  .. ^g a_3-___-K-^-^^iff ?ra��yK?-^^^ ag  ��������  99 9     1':  ]  Stnoke a William Pitt Cigar.   A jolly given       |  with every cigar at FiShfcSr'.    Ask for it.  ..Eife : is : Olortb x Citing*.  When  you   can   get   the   best   cigars  the   country   at   Fishets'    :",.":     :    "���  Don't - be �� a - Dead - One  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK.        - -        Copper Street.  ��!��WW.HW.I^Wi*>K.KW.S��^  j Greenwood Lipr Co.  R. GREIGER, Manager.  Wholesale Dealers in Liquors and Cigars.     Full Line Glass  ware and Bar Supplies.  LION BOTTLING WORKS...  GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS.  Ma ...-fEcture.s ot^ ^j Kinds ol Cartonated Beverages  ^Sole AgentsforTHE LIOJIBREWING CO.. Rosslaad. B. C.  The Lar^est^rewery In British Columbia^  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Proprietors.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKH0RN BREWE  PORTMAN  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  A-S.R FOR  1  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  tit epjfon anosi   ghtr in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  TWO OFFICES on ground floor  ONE LARGE OFFICE on first floor  All heated by hot water.  Houses, Rooms and Store to Let.  ..Bealey Investment..  AND  TRUST CO.. LIMITED LIABILITY.  :      :      :       :        manager  GEO. R. NADEN. h\ ' i-  1  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  r  laug-hcd and imagined itself benefited,  but it turned out that the majority of  people were forced to subscribe to both  systems so that telephonic communication could be secured with all the persons who used the telephone. The result was that taken in the aggregate,  the rates for service were higher to  those who were forced to use both systems and a great deal of dissatisfaction  was felt.  Early in the game Messrs, Oakes &  Aris felt the loss of the money which  they had: invested, and finally they  were forced to sell their holdings to  Mr. C. O'Brien Reddin, well known  throughout the province as a mining  and investment broker. When the sale  was put' through Messrs. Oakes and  Aris* losses were figured up at about  $10,000���not a small amount for a mining men like Mr. Oakes to pay for the  privilege of owning a telephone line  for a short while.  The Columbia Tolegraph & Telephone system was maintained for a  time by C. O'Brien Reddin, who was  at that time a resident of Rossland. Its  destinies did not remain long in his  hands for he sold out to Messrs. Donald  and Davie of Grand' Forks, and it is  ru gored that when the telephone interests and Mr. O'Brien Redding parted company his experience in the  opposition telephone company was not  a happy one.  Messrs. Donald and Davey concluded  that they would force the fighting and  put the opposition of the Vernon &  Nelson Telephone company on the  shelf. -With this idea in view they interested the financial aid of a well  known, institution of Grand Forks.  Backed by practically unlimited capital  Messrs. Donald and Davey extended  the system of the Columbia Telegraph  & Telephone company and the plant  was put in such condition that it was  at all events the equal of that belong  ing to7the opposition company. A  great dealjof ready cash-was invested in  thes- improvements, but the proprietors found that as their operations became more extensive there was even a  greater shortage in the receipts than  had formerly been the case. . Messrs.  Donald - and Davey. felt the loss to a  certain-extent, but' their "financial  backers bore the burnt of the cost of  mairitebjinCs- aad-t-is'-^eported that  cl08e"'^-T $.09,000 :��ps 'sunk in a very  short time. ' All this occurred jduring  the past'two years, "and during that  time the Columbia Telegraph & Telephone company has been steadily losing money, and so dW,the Vernon &  Neliwn "Telephone company, till the  Columbia company was, as the suit indicates, forced to the wall.  The suit which was instituted by  Mr. Houlgate will likely culminate in  the purchase of the interests of the  interests of the Columbia Telegraph &  Telephone company by the Vernoa &  Nelson company, and so the disastrous  competition, which has been continued  so long, will end. It is estimated that  after the purchase of the interests of  the former company has been effected  the loss to the financial institution  which backed it will not be less than  $70,00���not very satisfactory for the  backers.  It is but tbe natural sequence of  events that where two telephone com-  panies seel-Tp^trdnage inolai^particulaf  district one should be forced to the  wall, From the point of view of The  Province's informant two telephone  companies are a decided nuisance and  competition in such cases is a thing  not to be desire, again by those who  have experienced the experiment.  With few exceptions competition is a  good thing, but in the case of telephone companies it is something which  one should pray to be preserved from.  DISSOLUTION NOTICE.  ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftfttit  ft ft  I ^ F. J. MITCHELL X I  ����� <t  ...  ^  ���>  �����  ��-  ��  ��  *  *��  ��  ��  ��  #  ft��  ��  ftft  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  *��  ft  ��  ��  The Biggest and best %  assortment of Fall Suit* ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  Ii  Why  '����������  *i  lis  Buy?  ftftftftft!!  ���  w  .If.  it  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  ���  EiftftftftC  when you can secure  New Goods of   the  1  (ftftftftft  most   fashionable  pattern which have  ft  ft  just arrived.  !...  ��  ��  su  Application for Transfer Liquor License  Notice is hereby g-iven that I will  apply to the Board of Licensing- Commissioners of the City of Greenwood at  its next sitting for a transfer of the  Liquor License held by me for the  B. C. Hotel, Government street, situate  on Lots 8 and 9, in Block 13, plan 21,  City of Greenwood,to John C. Dong-las.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C. 14th December, 1901. JOHN KEOUGH.  Application for Transfer Liquor License  Notice is hereby given that at the  first sitting of the Board of License  Commissioners for the City of Greenwood held after thirty days from the  date hereof, I shall apply for a transfer to Ernest J. Cartier of the hotel  license held by me for the Windsor  Hotel, Copper street.  Greenwood, Dec. 14, 1901.  L. S. MOULTON-BARRETT.  Application for Transfer Liquor License  Notice is hereby given that a1 the  first sitting ot the Board of License  Commissioners for the City of Greenwood held after thirty days from the  date hereof, we shall appty for a transfer to Sater & Johns of the hotel  license held by'- us for the Norden  Hotel, Copper street.  Greenwood, Dec. 14. 1901.  NELSON & SATER.  Application for Transfer Liquor License  ings ever brought into  the Boundary.  3��   3��  Notice is hereby given that at the  first sitting of the Board of License  Commissioners for the City of Greenwood held after thirty days from the  date hereof, we shall apply for a transfer to Simpson & McDougall of the  hotel license held by us for the  Greenwood Hotel, Silver street.  Greenwood, Dec. 14th, 1901.  PIECKART & SIMPSON.  |        THE TAILOR       f  | Copper St. Gree   ood. |  ftftftftfteftftftftftftftftfttfftftftftftftftft  Food Chanted To Poison.  Putrefying food in the intestines  produces effects like those of arsenic,  but Dr. King's New Life Pills expel  the poisons from the clogged bowels,  gently, easily but surely, curing Constipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache,  Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and Bowel  troubles. Only "25c at J. L. White's  and Miller Bros.  Halcyon is the best mineral water on  the market. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  Company general agents.  Get next to your self aud fall in and  rubber our goods. O. I. C, 2nd Hand.  Applicatioo lor Transfer Liquor License  Notice is hereby given that at the  first sitting of the Board of License  Commissioners tor the City of Greenwood held after thirty days from the  date hereof, we shall apply for a transfer to George Wellwood of the Hotel  license held by us for the Rossland  Hotel, Copper street.  Greenwood, 14th December, 1901.  WILSON & WELLWOOD.  Application for Transfer Liquor License  Notice is hereby given that we will  apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners of the City of Greenwood  at its next regular sitting for a transfer of the Liquor License held by us  for the St. Charles hotel, Copper street,  situate on Lot 24, Block 12, to W. S.  Keeler.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C. December 14, 1901.  BEDARD & BERGER.  This  Space   Belongs   to  W   P   Mnc_h_r_(\n   f ��"�����j____l#��� f TM �����'%-'(#*��� V ft WVHf   Watchmaker and Jewell er.  *  Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between  the undersigned,, carrying on business  as Electricians at the City of Greenwood, under the firm name of Cunningham & Andersen, is this day dissolved  by mutual consent.  All debts due the said firm are to be  paid to the undersigned C. G. Cunningham who will pay all debts of the said  firm.  Dated the 23rd day of December, A.  D. 1801. C. G. Cunningham.  F. C. Andersen.  Witness:   J.R.Brown.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  IN  THE  MATTER   OF  THE   "LAND  REGISTRY ACT"  AND  In the Alatter of tlie Title of an undivided one half Interest or moiety  of Lot 20, in Block II, in the City  of Greenwood   in  the   Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, accorcl-  .  ing 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.'deposited in the Laud Registry  Office at Kamloops and Numbered  21.  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood.  BY-LAW NG. 68.  WHERFAS the Certificate of Title ol*  James Smith, being Certil.oate of  Title No. 1347A, lo the above hereditaments lias been lost or destroyed, and  application has been made to me for ;i  duplicate thereof;  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that :���  duplicate Certilicate nf Title (.���> an undivided one half interest or moiety in  said Lot will be issued at the expiration  of one month from the date liereof. unless in the meantime valid objection tithe contrary is mado to me in writing.  Land Registry oilice, Kamloops, B.C  the 22nd day of November,   A.D., 1001.  W.  H. EDMONDS,  District Re-ristrar of Titles  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To:  D. R. Campbell and A. C. McKenzie, late or  Greenwood in the Kettle River Mining Division of the Province of British Columbia,  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 lhat -"Yank 13. Goet-  ter of Colville. Wash., U. S. A., and Vi, G. McMynn, of Greenwood aforepaid. lia\e expended  in labour and improvements the sum of one  hundred dollars upon the said "(jueeu Uess"  mineral claim, aud $2.50 for recording the same  as will appear bv a Certilicate of Work recorded on the L3t.li June, IWI, in tlm office of tlm  miniuir recorder of said Mining- Division at  Greenwood aforesaid, in order to hold the said  clohu under the provisions of section 24 of the  "Mineral Act", sucli beinw the amount required and necessary to hold the said claim for  the year ending the 1st day of July. I'lOI: and  if at the expiraiion of iiin iy days of publication  of this notice you' fail or refuse lo contribute  your- proportion of the expenditure required  under the said section 24of llie ���'Mineral Act",  together with all costs of 'advertising-, your  interest iu said claim shall become vested in  the said _"raiil\ U. Goetlcr :nul Vi. G. McMynn  [your co-owners] under section 4 of the '-.Mineral  Act Amendment Act I'lOu".  Dated ot Greenwood, aforesaid, this Sth dav  of August, A. 1)., I'lOI. . '  FRANK li. GOI_TTI_K,  Vi. G. McMYX-n".  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To Petet. Sondfreratt and E. Haney. both of  thc City of Spokane, State of Washington.  United States of America.  You are hereby notified thai we have ex pen died SiOO.OO in labor aud improvements ou the  Mayflower Mineral Claim situate in Skylark  Camp iu the Kettle Kiver Miuinjf Division of  Yale District and S2.50 in recording- said labor  and improvements as an assessment, to count  as an assessment ou said claim, as will appear  by a certificate of won. recorded March l.lh  i.0i, in the office of the Minini; Recorder for  the said Kettle River Mining Division.of Yale  District, iu order to hold the said claim under  the provisions of Section 24 of the. Mineral Act,  suah beinir the amount required to hold said  claim for the year ending March 29th, 190..  And if at the expiration of 90 days of the pub  licatiou 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 Miueral Act  Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated at Greenwood, 15, ., this 5II1 dav of  Anprust, A.D���I.0i.  PAT HICKEY,  IDA P. ERG MAN,  A llv-law'to regulate the CJosiiii; of Shops  within the Corporate Limits of the City of  G reenwnod.  V.'IIEl" KAS a petition lias been presented to  the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the  Citv of Greenwood, prayiu<_ for the passing of  a lly-law under tile Shops Regulation Act.  l'loo. requirine; the closing of the classes of  shops hereinafter named -situate within the  Municipality, and for the times hereinafter  specified, viz : ' .      .  For shops wherein the business of Clothier,  Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware. Furniture,  Milliners or ."ulciters is carried on not later  than . p- in.  For shops wherein llie business of a Tailor is  carried on noi later than S 11. m.  All subject to the follnv.-'ui^r exceptions viz:  On Saturday.: and days previous to public  hi'liilays on whicli dav< tin- hour of closing  shall not be later than In p. in.  ..NT) whereas the said Council is satisfied  that such petition is signed by at least three  fourths in number of the occupiers or shops  j within the. Municipality bcloit!_inj_ lo each of  the. classes to which such application relates,  anil above enumerated :  Therefore the Municipal Council of the  City of Greenwood enacts as follows :  1. From aud after the 2nd dav of January,  l'li 12, all shops within the corporate limits of the  City of Greenwood of the classes hereinafter  enumerated shall be closed at the limes and  houses hereinafter set out.  ill From shops wherein the business of  Clothier, Dry Goods. Grocer, Hardware  Furniture. Milliners, or Itulcher is carried on  not later 7 p. in.-  2] For shops wherein the. business of a  Tailor is carried on not later than 8 p. m.  2. Notwithstanding aiiyiliiiij). auylhini; contained in-Section 1 hereof on Saturdays and  days previous to public holidays the hour of  cl isiiii; shall noi be later than 10 p. m. for all  classes of shoos hereinbefore mentioned.  .*!. Such shops when so closed shall remain  closed until the nioriiiuy of llie next foIlo\vii1|;  le._ral day...  4. No shop of any-of the class or classes  hereinbefore enumerated slta'l be open duriny  the! limes prohibited in the preced'nitf sections,  and every-owner .or occupier or manager of a  shlop.belunifiuir to any of the classes hereinbefore. e:i if til Crated who suffers or permits such  shop to r,aisaiii unclosed during any of the  time's, hereby prohibited shall lie guilty of an  in fraii.lfon or breach of this by-law.  5. Any person or persons who shall be ��fniliy  of any In f'racl.iou or breach of this Hy.law or  nop-coin'olianee llierewiili. shall upon conviction tlien'-ot Ik''fore I lie i'olice. Magistrate, Mayor  Justice or Justicesof the Peace, having jurisdiction' in the matter, forfeit it-ami pay such  liiiCior 'penalty ai the said Police Magistrate,  Mayor,' Justice Jor Justices of.the l.eace convicting- sb<illaward, not exceediuy twenty-five  dollars, tojyther with tke costs iif prosecution,  and iu defail'ltof payuieiji-^of said penalty, and  costs or eosts'-aiily,'forthwith.4 said penalty and  costs or costs riilv shall be .Collectable by distress ai|d sale of the jroods. and chattels of the  offender, aud. in case there be.ini; no distress  found out of wl'jch the said penalty can be  levied, llie said Polij'e Magistrate, -Mayor'."  Justice-or Justices o^thflO'eacecouvictiiip. may  c<>ufjuil   the   (iffendtr tojtlie common i;aol.,o'r  ^nearest lockup nouse lor a\ term   not-](scv��*^  thirty days.; ..?-*y.*r-";.--?-ri-���:*- "" '-yyttt-ir-.-  fi. This IJy'law^liail'coi^ie into force^011;the  2nd day.of January."1902..    i .    1?*:/J'-ty  "1.   Tlii.s.Uyrlaw.maj-.bex'xt e-.l-for all  as the Shops Regulation I!^-l:i\v, l'vil.  i'a'ssed the Co'uiici'f'tfov(. iVtth. 1901.  Reconsidered,   adoptedr and   linallv  Nov. 25th, I'M)). /  G. 15.-TAYJ.OR,' f  Ci lv Clerk.  Notice is hereby given that the  partnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned as Plumbers  etc., under the firm-name of "Tilsley  & Bishop" was dissolved by mutual  consent on the 18th day of December,  1901.  All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to the undersigned  Edwin W. Bishop, who will pay all  claims against it.  Dated this 23rd day of December,  1901. W. C. T_i��i."-tY.  B}. W. Bishop.  Witness :   R. R. Cunningham.  ����4,4,4,4.4,4,4,4,4.4. *% % 4.4.4. ��$, 4, $, 4,4,4,4,4,4.^  I "WELL THAT'S FINE" "  T Is what they all say about  t .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR.  4-  "U Impossible   to cut the  face*   shaves  *  *  *  *  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "QUIEX SAI'l." Mineral   Claim, situate  -"ii^l,ii-''ilie'"--'ireiile"^Riv"er-^��1inii't*^'"uivisi'oh"of-  Yale District.    Where loomed: ���ir. Copper  Camp.  TAKIC NOTICK that I, Geo. A. Guess, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. IHii.i.'l, for invself  aud as aj_enl for Sydney M. Johnson. l**ree  Miner's Cerlilic.ne No. il812'>, and for Colin  McRae, Free Miner's Certilicate No. Hl'.KoS. intend sixty days from the dale hereof, 10 apply  to the Miuinp Recorder for a Certilicate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaiuiue; a  Crown Grant of the above, claim.  And further tal.e notice thai action under  sections", must he. commenced before .he issuance of such Certificaie of Improvements.  Dated litis third dav of December, A. I).  IWi.  GKO. A. GUESS  pnrposT>F;  passed  (   ISEAI.J  R. W.  JAKES,  ay or  Corporation (of- the City of  Greefiwdod,  EXECU0TRS NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  4*  4*  4��  4��  4*  4��  easily, quickly and cleanly,  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova Street,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ty  ty  IN THE MATTER OF the estate or James William Smythe, late of tlie Cily of Greenwood  In the province of British Columbia, Hank  Manaeer, deceased.  NOTICK IS IIEKKUY GIVKN pursuant to  the Statute in that behalf, thai all creditors and  other persons havinj. claims atraiust the estate  of James WillUm Henry Smythe late of the  City of Greenwood, lu the i'roviuce of British  Columbia, Hank M ana fer. deceased, who died  on or about the 4th day of July V">\, are required to send by post, prepaid, or deliver to the  underslerned, the escutois of tlie last will aud  testament of the saiil deceased, tu: or before the  31stday of December I'lOI. llieir Christian and  surnames, addresses and diseriptioiis aud full  particulars of their claims aad statements of  their accounts, duly verified, together with  valuation of anv securilv held by them.  AND NOTICK IS 1IKRKI1V GIVKN lhat  after the said 31st day of December 1W1 the said  excutors will proceed lo distribute the assets of  the said deceased anion;! the persons intitled  thereto havinj.' regard only to the claims wliich  they then shall have had notice, and the said  executors will not be liable for the said assets  or any part thereof to any person or persons of  whose claims they shall not then have had  notice.  TheTpronto General Trust  'if; Corporation.  "'���- Executors.  JMalone & Malone.  ��'" Yoiiko. Street, Toronto.  Solicitors for Executors.  Dated at Toronto  this 2(.th day of  November A. D. 1.01.  Sewing machines, new or old for sale  or rent.   O. I. C. Store.  PUBLIC \NOTICE  .-���.-��� y ���' -.������'  IS HEREBY GIVEN n'v'the Electors of the  1    Municipality of the city of Greeuwood  that.  I require the presence of-(he said electors  a  the. City Ifall, Greenwood^, An  tile, 13th  day  of  January. 1..-, at 12 o'clock  itooti.for the purpose of electing persons U>  l'ypreseut  them   in  the Municipal Council as Mayor and Aldermen.  I'urther notice is also given f'.ai nomination  for three'School  Tru.tees  will 'be hold  at the  snine lime and  place, and  an 'election,  if any,  will Hike place at the same Unie'and  be uudei  the same regulations as tliat.for Mayor.  ���Tiiinnvrde-'i > f "n'offi i iI:ttio"iTTjf^c^ifdVdai'rf**sliair"  be as follows :  The candidates shall be -lomiuatcd iu writ  in tr : the wiitiujr shall be subsj-.il.cd by two  voters of the iminicipai'-'y as proposer and seconder, and shall be d. livered lo the Retuniiup-  Ol'ticer at any time between llie d;.te of^ the nc-  licc and 2 p. ni. of the day-of the nomination,  and in the event of a poll beinj. necessary, such  poll will be opened on the 10th day of January,  l'.NJl, at the City Hall, Greenwood, -f>f'which  every person is herehv required to lake :iiotice  and <_-overu hini.e]f accordingly.  Sec. !'.- The Council of every Cily Slunici-  palilv incorporated after the 2. rd day of April  l'M_. and nf every City Municipality hereafter  corporaton Act. '-Shall cnnsisi of a Mayor aud  not more than nine- uoress than five Aldermen:  (a; After tin- lirsi municipal, election' the |>er-  soiis qualified to be nominated for aud elected  a-- tlo- Mu" or of suchi-ity shall be such persons  a-< are male liriiish subjects of the full ajre of  twenty one \ ears, and are not disqualified under anv law. and have been for the six months  next prei-cditi;. the dav of nomination ihe reir-  Hiel,;.uil Keiristry Office, of  i-i I . :n the eiir of the. assessed  \ intir ui pal assessment roll,  io! '..xi: or more over and above.  i-uiuli.ance of Lliarye, and who  duly    i|ii!i!icl    as   municipal  i. terei!  laud or r���������:'. ;  value. o,i ihe  01" one ihou'-a  any register,-  are oiherwii  voi ers:  ���.!���;  Af'.-.-i- ii!  Si ni-. 11 lias ,i Mermen of  a^ are male lii i:  t wellly-olle yea I  der any .law, uu  -di  to  -; municipal election, the per-  c nominated for and elected  K-ll eiiy shall be such persons  ti-.li subjects <.f the full aye of  is and are not disqualified un-  d have been (or the six months  next preceiliui. the day of uoiuiu; lion the rejf-  i��icred owner, iu llie Land Keirisu-ry Office, of  laud or real properly in tile cay of the assessed  value, on the last municipal assessment roll, of  live hundred dollars or more over and above  any rei/istered incumbrance or charge, and wh  areolherwi.se qualified as municipal voters.   '  G. V.. T AY LOR. Kettirninp Officer  Says He Was Tortured.  "I suffered such "pain from corns  conicl hardly walk,'.' writes H. Robinson  Hillsborough, liis., ������but Buckleji's Arnica Salve complctly, cured them."  Acts like magic on sprains, bruises,  cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers.  Perfect healer of skin diseases and  piles. Cure guaranteed by J. L,.  White, and Miiler Bros.    25cts. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  i!  The lease for the premises now occupied by out* Clothing Department ex*--  pires in a short time when we vacate the premises, As we have lib space  in our own block for this department we have decided to offer oup entire  stock of Clothing at prices that will sell it before the lease expires,   X>  Our St o C5  Consists of no shelly worn goods but is  ��&,_o.-d  in the City*    If you want a Suit, Overcoat, in fact anything in the Clothing  ll*3_e you can make money by dealing with us<  ���^y  ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tyty tytyty^^^'-^'tytytytytytytytytyty^x'^tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty r&'ty ty $> <*Jr- *& ���&- "-&*��� <%* *i* ��^��. tyty ty  i:y��_��_!  Remember~that this is a genuine closing out sale.    As we stated at the outset, we  vacate  the  premises and all our fine stock of Clothing must be sold,    There never was a better opportunity  '��� '���       ���'-���-���'.������'���  to secure a good and cheap outfit for winter. -- -  LOCAL AffiMpAL  An important nieeting- of the Liberal  Association will be held in the City  Hall on Thursday evening next. A  full attendance is requested.  ���- Among- those who ..enlisted-..under  Major Leckie were Herbert Holmes,  E. Kerfoot and J. Custance of Greenwood, and J. E. Coryell, the well known  ���urreyor. Both J. E. and R. G. Leckie  have secured captaincies in the Third  Contingent ant will %> t-*> the f.-iat.  E. G. Warren, manager of the  Greenwood Electric Light company,  has been confined to his room for some  time on account of having stepped on  a nail which penetrated his foot. He  is now able to be about, but is still  l* me.  E. D. Hall, manager of the Grand  Forks Ncwb, wai married in Seattle on  Saturday last to Miss Mabel Edwin,  who resided in Phoenix for some time,  After a honeymoon trip on the Sound  lhe happy couple will commence housekeeping in Grand Forks. The Times  joins Mr. Hall's many friends in extending congratulations.  W. L. Germaine, the popular manager for Hunter-Kendrick company in  Phoenix was married in Spokane recently to Miss Amy Peterson, of Port  Angeles, Wash. Mr. and Mrs.  Germaine have returned to Phoenix.  -���Jerry's", many Greenwood friends  extend congratulations.  On Christmas day the patients at the  Sacred Heart Hospital were not forgotten by Santa Claus. The Sisters  wish to express their thanks to the  following for Xmas contributions:  Drs. Fo*ter, Oppenheimer, Spankie  and Dr. Gordon of Phoenix, the  Hunter-Kendrick company, Mr. James  Haverty, Mr. and Mrs. D. McD.  Hunter.  The Hon. J. H. Turner, the Agent  General for British Columbia announces that the offices of the B, C.  Agency are at Salisbury House, London Hall, E. C  ���^^PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY^^���  i"-  ./a.  iiii cir  CIGAR.  IT IS NO GHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE  BEST  IMPORTED.  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME  ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY,  he in  FRED ROY,  Proprietor.  }  }  \  }  }  -\-  l  "���*-%.  ���..-������ii ��� \tv*%*H Miiimji  ���helf Hardware.  jrocenes  and Provisions  ���AT THE���  'Phoife: Columbia 155.  COMPANY, .LIMITED.  ���w '^a,,^'w'W'/W'W''-V'^'*'\/>'^a<**v -/ww  FOR XMAS  Agar o  Containing...  TURKEYS,       CHICKENS,  DUCKS    and   GEESE.  Fresh Killed Stock and  Quality the 'Best  'AT THE MARKETS OF  fK  P. BURNS <5b C  }  We'are moving our Stock from tlie old store of Law  & Co. to our new store, ar.d will open up for business  there on MONDAY MORNING. While we will be upset for a while, and unable to have a proper opening, yet  we will be prepared to handle your CHRISTMAS ORDERS. Our Grocery stock is entirely new and fresh,  the greater part of it just opened, up. As heretofore,  we will carry only the very best qualit}-* of goods. We  will set apart an'OPENING DAY later on, to which 3-ou  will be invited to critically inspect oiir new Building. Ik  the meantime, just come in and "have a look" and incidentally leave your order for Holiday Groceries.  ��auifteld  4^S_f*S>'L-.!  '���-/.'

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