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 mm  wm  wmmmm  W'&  '-'(itS&'&i.-*'  m  /SffitS  Ahi'^'^i-r  v?��C3  ���i+m  t  Greenwood's Big Furniture  The regular bi-weekly deliberations of the city fathers were  held on Monday evening' with the  chair of Aid. Meyer vacant.  A letter was read from the Pacific Coast Association of Fire  Chiefs requesting- the attendance  of the head of "the Greenwood  fire company at their annual on-  veal ion.   Received and filed.  The application of   J. B.   Des-  rosiers and others was referred to  the chairman of the  waterworks  committee, he   to   ascertain' the  cost of the extension  asked  for,  and to inform the   applicants  as  tto the amount they would be   required to pay to guarantee 15 per  cent on the outlay.  i;-Jt was recommended that E. W..  Bishop be paid $100   on  account  andbalance to be   referred   back  sto Mr. Bishop for* further   iafor-  FARMERS  ORGANIZE  Still at Large.  still have a few of those good Refrigerators. They will be sold at bargain prices.  A new line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up.  Will be sold cheap.  fife carry- a Big Range of Childrens'60-  and Carriers.- Drop in and see the latest  Collapsible���Folds in one motion.  ���j�������������^����������������*���^���^������������,  ffl. Golley &M  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  Greenwood, B.Gi: ':'  carts  Steel  IT  We are putting on a Special Sale  commencing  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER   5th,  making big reductions in many  lines of '  DRY GOODS,  BOOTS & SHOES  Don't fail to take advantage of this  Money Saving Proposition.  Terms of Sale    ���   ���    -    CASH/  See Handbill for particulars.  ^ThtMayor reported  that the  I'P^iSenii Water..- Supply Co. were  'repairing' the damage on Providence Creek. . '���'���,?. ���������  The;fire and light committees  reported that the fire chief recommended that the insurance  for men be laid over for the present.- He also reported that all  buildings would be inspected this  week- ���    *  Alderman Mortimer asked leave,  I'to- introduce by-law 132, which  was granted on motion of Alder-  mea Fleming and Gulley."  On motion By-law 132 was giving its first and secotid reading.  It was moved that the council  go into committee of the w hole'  to consider By-law 132. , The  counci1 rose and reported By-law  132 complete as amended, Moved  by Aid. Mortimer seconded by  Aid. Fleming that the By-law be  read a third time���carried, -  Aid." Sutherland asked leave to  introduce a" Streets 'Regulation  By-law 133; and on motion of  Aid. Fleming and Gulley leave -  was granted. The By-law was  read a first and a second time.  The council went into committee of the whole to consider Bylaw 133. The committee rose  reported progress and asked leave  to sit again.  A Useful Life Ended  A. F. Adrian Meyer, customs  offieer at Vernon, and father of  Alderman Meyer, of Greenwood,  passed away at his home in Vernon oh Sept. 1st.,  Mr. Meyer was a travelled and  cultured man and had spent many  years in the Orient.N  For seryices in connection with  the educational system of Japan  he was honored with the title of  Count of the Empire. He is survived by a widow and three sons.  OOtt>0000<>OOOOOOe<>00000000<yOOOOOOOOOOO<>000��0000<>004>OOOi  Cricket Match.  Mallory. Cravenette Hats are favorites with men  who take a self-respecting pride in their personal  appearance, They always look well for they are  fashioned in the newest and most stylish shapes*,  are made of the best hat material by skilled workmen, and are rendered weather prdof by the famous  cravenettirig process.  That is why Mallory Cravenette hats  not only  look well when you  buy them, but they stay that  way.    They do not spot from rain drops, nor run  in the wetting of a   downpour;  and  they  do not  fade and took shabby from sunlight.    They please  the most fastidious and most economical  by  their  double qualities of look well and wear well.  'Mallory Hats are Union made.  The price of a Mallory Hat is $4.50.  '     You can secure one from  N  P  i ��  1  J  The Myucaster��Cricket club who  visited Greenwood oa Saturday  and Sunday last were entertained  by the local club at a very enjoyable smoker on Saturday evening  and played the Greenwood boys  a well put up game the following  morning.  The score qf S3 to 78 was in  favor of the home team, though  they had-their work cut out for  them to make it.  Morey of the visitors is an exceptionally good bat, and the  bowling of Somer in the first innings was effective.  However, the stalwart batting  of J. ly. Coles and. tne sharp work  of the Greenwood field showed  the visitors that they need more  practice.  The Myacaster boysj&re a fine  looking bunch of men, and are  quite capable of giying the  Greenwood team or any other  local cricket eleven a hard race in  agame.  Theisnly Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  It is reported that W. A. Galli-  her, M.P. for Kootenay, Hon.  Thes. Greenway, of Manitoba,  and Darcy Scott,Mayor ot Ottawa  will be the additional appointments to the board of Railway  Comnissioaers.  CC RKESFOHDBNCE.  The ranchers in the Boundary  district are realizing the value of  co-operation,'and "taking a leaf  out of the book which their cousins across the. line have found it  so profitable to follow, are forming associations.Tor the advancement ot their several localities.  Mycaster led,the way and on  Wednesday night Bridesville followed suit, and on Saturday week  a meeting will be. held at Hock  Creek (which is-between the two)  with a similar object in view.  Despite the .fact that it was  called on short notice'the Bridesville meeting was well attended  by the ranchers of theV neighborhood, and if was decided to institute a Bridesviliebranch of the  Farmers' Association of the Boundary country.  Mr. Ed. Stiles was elected to  chair and Mr. A. B. Sowter, the  founder of the TMyacaster branch  (who attended with; Mr. Or. Ni  Leach to represent Myncaster),  explained the objects cf the meeting; '..        .     '-;r .���;_    j:  They wanted, he said, co-oper-  ion among the "ranchers   in   the  Boundary district in -order   that  they might buy in th��:. cheapest  market and sell in the  dearest,  and they hoped to form   kindred  associations in other parts of the  country.    Farmers labored under  many disadvantages in this part.  When   the    line    was    taken  through they would have'a   permanent" market:;.'''but&heyv must  induce the Railway Commissioners to revise the present  classification on lines parallel with those  in operation in the State of Washington. -  The Boundary district had the  mountain rate, which if maintained will leave them unable to  avail themselves of the future  coast market or those to rti'e eastward because the American by  reason of his better rate could  knock their prices even taking into consideration the duty; and  when the elections came they  must fight for an alteration of  that state of things.  The formation of such an' association - would enable them to  unite in the purchase of agricultural implements. Most of them  had to buy their things through ter  ritorial agents, but, when'banded  together they would have a financial standing which would enable them to get better terms.  Thai principle might be applied  to groceries and other commodities. Already Americans from  around Chesaw had cut into the  local markets, and had they of  the Boundary district been banded together, they might have secured certain contracts which  they had lost,  Mr. R. W. Taylor, a prominent'  rancher in the district, was unanimously elected   president of the  local branch,   with   Mr.  Stiles,  secretary pro tern, and committee  as follows :  D. McBride, C. Charlton, M. Char-  leton, Mr. Kingsley, J. Johnston,  J. Ingram, F. Schorn.  A discussion followed in the  course of which the vicinity of  the revision of the freight rates  was emphasized, the opinion being expressed that this should be  one of the first objects of the association.  Mr. C. Charlton urged the necessity of getting a duty on grain  and hay equal to the American  duty.  It was mentioned that it was  cheaper to ship hay from Oroville  to Ferry than from Midway to  Greenwood.  Mr. Case said that the farmers  in the district could make good  prices but the profits were taken  away from them in various ways  and largely by the middlemen.  During the'past week many  and varied rumors concerning the  capture of the Midway niurderers  have circulated through the daily  press.  Beyond  the" fact that  posses  are   still    out    on     the    hunt  there is nothing to those reports.  :   Here on the grouad, tho se who  are familiar with   the   situation  have sifted things down, and it is  their opinion that when the highwaymen are caught and  brought  in, which it is earnestly   hoped  will happen, it will be found that  they might have  been   captured  in their beds in Greenwood hotels  days   after   their  first deeds of  violenee were committed.  MINES RESUME.T0  SMELT NEXT WEEK  The Brooklyn, Rawhide, Mountain Rose and Sunset mines of  the Dominion Copper Co. are all  working.  At their smelter at Boundary  Falls they have received IS cars  of coke from Nelson and a few  cars from the coast.  They have 1.500 tons ot coke  on the road, and will blow in all'  their furnaces early next week.  It is .expected that a steady supply of coke from the Crow's Nest  ovens will very soon be resumed,  and fair winds will again prevail  for all the smelting interests in  the Boundary.   .    '  Police Protection,  Presbytery of Kootenay  The Presbytery of Kootenay is  in session this week at St. Paul's  church,Nelson,with the following  personnel in attendance :  \ Rev. J. F. Ferguson, Moderator;  the Revs. J. M. Millar, Nanaimo,  Moderator/of the Synod of B. C;  ,G. A.   Wilson,    Home   Mission  Superintendent ;    Mr.    Lundie,  Phoenix ;   Mr.   McLeod,   Grand  Forks; H. R. Grant. Ferhie : W.  R. Ross, Midway; M. D.. McKee,  Greenwood; Mr. Kenmure,   Slo-  can; Mr. Chalmers, New Denver;  Mr. Simpson, Kaslo, and   student  missionaries, Messrs. Rose,   Cascade; Leslie, Hosmer, and Kerr,  Aiusworth.'"*  1860-1908.  Boundary is Best Yet  Spencer Bennerman and Fred  Moser who left here last spring  to prospect:i%ff^'e^ir��rgeb��'��;ake  country in New Ontario, have re-  turned to the Boundary.  Mr. Bennerman reports very  little activity in mining in that  section.-  - He says that Mike Kane is doing development work on his iron  properties near Sturgeon Lake.  Mr. Bennerman brought back  some verv fine specimens of gold  ore from his own claim in the  Ontario mineral belt.  Mr. James Copeland,'  rancher  and miner of Bridesville, was  a  guest at the Pioneer   hotel   on  Monday.  Mr Copeland came to the Boundary Creek in 1860 along with 600  other argonauts, and he is still ia  the mining business, being the  owner of the Le Roy claim on  the Forks of Rock Creek.  In those early days the nearest  post offices were"at Walla Walla  and old Fort Hope, and placer  gold was all that appealed to the  daring frontiersman.  Since the advent of   the   railroad with the consequent settling  of the arable areas by the farmer  and the fruit grower j- the district  I is experiencing a rapid ch ange,  and it is interesting  to hear  the  old-timer drift   away   from   the  reminisceu.tto^ho^W&tiCjal '^jfe'.-  velopments of the present, and en- j  thusiastically   dilate   upon    the  crops of hay and grain and vegetables and fruit that are now produced on the sunny  slopes   and  ualleys of the Boundary country.  C. L. Thomet is dead.    Ope of  the bravest of the brave, he died  trying to defend his own against  a couple of -murderous   bandits  from across the line.    Under the  boasted protection of the British  flag, Charlie Thomet should have  had a fair show for his life but  under the police protection furnifi-  hed by a paternal  government in  this   province   he   never had a  chance.   Charlie   Thomet's   life  seems a terrible price   to   pay in '  order that   attention   might   be  called to the criminal neglect on  the part of the authorities in this  province.    At one tiime we had  along the international Boundary .  line a police force that upheld the  majesty of British law, and   the  lawless kept on their  own   side.  Under the police system today the  good men have been starved out  and those that remain are   given  no encouragement.  No greater crime could be committed against Southern British  Columbia than to,allow the impression to go abroad that violence can be committed here with  impunity.  The death of Charlie Thcmet  is but the culminating event in a  long series of crimes all of which  went unpunished through the  inefficiency or inadequacy of the  police force.  A brave man tried.to do what  the police should have done  months ago. , It is an awful price  to pay but the cost will not be  too great if Charlie Thomet in  his courageous death has taught  th* au thofi ties 'bf Bfi tish'Col u nf-' "  bia that law and order must be  maintained in this country without regard to the cost entailed.  "GP..R. Strike,  A crisis is approaching in the  mechanics strike on the Canadian  Pacific Railway. It is understood  that the committee now in session  in Montreal, representing all the  orders and unions to which the  employees belong, have given the  company    this   week   to   decide  whether it will  meet   this committee in conference with    the  object of settling the strike or the  entire system, is to be tied up.  '  The committee ia Montreal represents not only the mechanics,  boilermakers     and    carmen    on  strike but   also   the engineers',  trainmen, conductors,and firemen.  Former Master Mechanic Cross,  of Winnipeg, is now in England,  having been  sent there by the  company to hire mechanics.  It seems to be a fight between  the unions and the Canadian Pacific, the company having made up  its mind to test its stregth.  Ash Kennedy, representing the  Brotherhood of Railway Engineers, is the head of the committee. He is a man of great influence with the unions, having  been instrumental in settling the Butcher'Biiy!.  strike on the Canadian Northern ��""���-;;-  Railway a year ago.  Smashed the Rig.  While on.the war-path after  the highwaymen, Constable Aston, of Midway, tied his horse to  a fence a short distance below  Anaconda.  A passing train frightened the  animal with the result that the  buggy was demolished and the  horse was slightly injured.  Labor Day at Phoenix,  Remember the close season for  Willow Grouse during the month  of September. Prairie chicken  are protected until next year.  The Labor Day celebration at  Phoenix promises to be the most  important athletic event of the  season. There will be putting  the shot, the broad jump, a drilling contest, and many other features.  With the stalwart miners representing tne tour comers of the  eartb, not forgetting Nova Scotia  and The Island, the, Phosnix  games should be a com pat ion of  athletic prowess that will be remembered in the Boundary country.  ^BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE "  1904, ^^^f^^^^^i^^^^, -i-Wia* 1901, ,���, TOi  MlNB,"  Granby Mines....  Snowelioe   B. C Copper Co...  Mothei Code ...  B. C. Mine   Emma.   Oro Denoro. ,  Bonnie Belle.. ,  Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.  Idaho   Rawhide   Sunset   Mountain RoBe.'  AthlesUn   Morrison.... .  R. Bell.   Senator   Brey Fog-le.   No. 37.   Reliance   Sulphur King-   Winnipeg   Golden Crown   King- Solomon   Big Copper   No. 7 Mine...  City of Parlg   Jewel..   Riverside,   Carmi   Sally ["'_"[  Rambler  "                      8.426   135.001  ^    2E   S    M   ��*��   ��M��   ��*��   20S.23,  Past  1908   Woek  307  1,200  47,405  650  802  550  14,811  8,530  19,365  22,937  15,537  37.960  16,400  9.485  3,007  20  1.488  11.804  3,177  l.'li  18.274  14,��8I  ?i455     15.731  1,076  2,250  IfcO  1/40  875  665  2,000  360  The merchants dictated the  prices and that was where the  advantage of an association like  that would come in.  All people' who owned land  should be belong to the association, and one of its objects should  be to do away with the intermed  iary.  It was decided to hold a general meeting of the club at Bridesville on Saturday, September 12.  Elkiorn   Stratamore   Golden Eagric ..  Preaton   Prince Henry  Skylark.   Last Chance-.  E. P. tJ. Mine..'  Bay_.   ..  Maria. "*.."'  Don Pedro   C��e��c��nt   Helen   Ruby   Republic.   MiscelllanecuB.'.!'  Total, tons..  150  785  625  432  2,060  890  219  5.1.46  3.339  ��60  363  2,435  32,350  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  3.450  364  33  55,731    140.M.'!  2.960  2J.108  3.056  4,747  1,833  33  150  26,032  48,390  43.295  12,2s3  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  128,54    10,492  40,530     l.(,70  4.S70  11.971  3,450      9  9M  400  167  SO  3..M0       3,4j6  325  500  72t>  325  52  50  300  60  750  30  145  770  150  20  535  689  2?5  73  20  40  90  8b  20  500  586  30.  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  ' 20  15  90  65  40  7(0  20  55  60  224  30  12<T  45  ..53   ,.���,..-,    K.A-J0   390,fcO0   50',��76   690,419   829,808   9333481,161,5371,148,237  Smelter   treatment--  Granbv- Co.     (.2.387    230,828   212,340   401,"21   f96,252    6S7.��SS   828.879    637,626  B.C. Copn-r i'n    _    117,611    14S.600   162.913   219,484   210.S30    123,340   341,952  Dor:. Co,. C....   ...._      132,570      30,930     84.059   218,811   153,439  ot.il redtK��� 1     !.!,3S9   348,439    460,940.697,404   857,666   982,877l,tT?,4031,233,017  .yTSRi'if-s  mm  m  t  605.362  156.531     13.15s  22.342 mm$m^B��rWm.  THE  BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  P  ..Bank of Montreal  ~ $11,000,000  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000..       Rest   UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98 _  Hon. President:   Lord Strathcona ann Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  President:   Sis Geokge A. Drtjmmond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-PreBideut and General Manager:   E. S. Clotjston,  BraaitetaLi Sew. Yort, Cliicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the.world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  * , Greenwood Branch,    W, F. PROCTOR, Manager.  EI  &=fl  to have been designed, manufactured and used as a service weapon within the limits of the empire."   ���  Alaska's gold comes from Nome,  Fairbanks, and the Treadwell  mine on Douglas Island.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:      ���' Hallett."  ( Bedford M'NeilVs  Codks ���{ Morelng A Neal's  | Letter's  Grmmnwood,  B.O-  BOUNDARV VAXLBY LODGE  No. 38.1.0. 0. P.  Meets every  TneBdajr Evening at 8 08 j" tb*  I. 0. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invl tatlon in ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  S   STORER D- A. MACDONALD  N. G. v- ��-  A. JAYNE3, Rec. Sec.  Ctoe  Boundary Creek Times  issued every f riday  BY THE  Boundaiy Creek PiiBting and Publishing  Co.. Limited.  end through the practical withdrawal of the minister's mandate.  A custom has grown up'in Canada  of using the flag of the merchant  marine plus the national coat of  arms���a design which is so natural and graceful that it has been  adopted by common consent, but  which violates in some mysterious  way the silly pedantry of heraldry. The minister essays to correct what is, from the point of view  of heraldry, an offense to propriety; but the design has become too  firmly established to be easily displaced. His best course now  would be to quietly close an incident that is sure to give rise to  misunderstanding abroad and to  create a mild scandal in the eyes  of the world���Keremeos Trumpet  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN AfiVANCE.  Pbr Ybak ^.    2 00  Sir Months  125  To Foreign Countries. 2 SO  BgL>  FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER 4, 1908  The depression of business  which has been so severely felt  all over the civilized world is  slowly but surely passing away.  In Canada the wheels of business have already resumed their  normal speed.  In some of the principal centres  the bank clearings have even exceeded the figures attained during the days of unexampled prosperity.  Our exports and imports have  commenced to expand in harmony!  with   the   general tendencies of  trade.  The Federal revenue is increasing and will show a satisfactory  surplus at the close of the fiscal  year.  The splendid harvest and the  continuation of the great works  of development has placed the  coun try in a position that commands the attention of the world,  and the future of the Dominion  looms bigger and brighter at the  preseut time than it ever did before.  The rains of the past week have  put the forest fires under control,  and no further trouble is expected from that source during this  year.  While they lasted they played  havoc with the standing timber  of the Boundary country, and we  would urge those who have charge  of such matters to be in ready-  imess to��preyent��a recurrence of  the misfortune when the next dry  season comes around.  It is a regrettable   shame that  fire   should   be   let destroy more  f.timber than the logger's axe.  ��� A more efficient system of forest  patrol is badly needed in British  Columbia.  DEEPENING CHASE'S RIFFLE  The    Dominion     Government  dredge, which has been stationed  at Salmon Arm for several months  dredging the channel to the new  wharf just constructed   there by  the federal government, was towed down to ��� Chase's   riffle, Shus-  wap, last week and-will   at once  be set to work to improve the conditions existing at  that point so  as to ensure safe and easy   navigation at all stages of water.   It  is intended to cut   two channels  through   the   gravel,   the   full  length of the riffle, each cut   being   60   feet   wide and giving a  depth of eight feet at low water.  The need of this work is apparent to all who have made the trip  up the South Thompson, and it is  easily one of the best and   most  useful moves made by the department concerned in   this   section.  The work will be carried   on   by  Jos. Johnson under the direction  of F. W..Aylmer, dominion   engineer.  The riffle and the Little river,'the  latter connecting the Little and  Great Shuswap lakes, constitute  the most serious obstacles to navigating the Seuth Thompson during low water, and it is satisfac-  tory to note that Duncan Ross,  M.P., is seeing that the money  appropriated for improving the  navigation of the Thompson rivers is being used to good advantage.���Inland Sentinel.*  The Vernon Fall fair will be  held on September 16, 17 and 18.  The Vancouver World has' entered an action for $50,000 dam.  ages against the Province newspaper of that city.  It is very often said that "Eve'  had the   best husband in world  ���at that time.  The provincial government has  decided to grant $25,000 towards  a new school building at Fernie,  $5,000 for streets and sidewalks  and $5i0<00 towards the cost of  municipal buildings. The bridges  over Elk River and Goal-Creek  will also be re-built immediately.  Mr. John P. McConnell, editor  of the Vancouver Sunset,has purchased the Edmonton Journal..  Mr. McConnell wields a facile  pen, and ought to make the Journal a conspicuous success. He is  entitled to congratulations likewise upon having taken to himself a wife. This was surely  enough glory for one day.���Ex.  Hefferon, the man who ran  under South African colors and  won Becond honors in the Olympic  Marathon, is a Bruce County boy.  He hails from Walkerton and  went to South Africa with one of  the Canadian contingents. His  name is Heifer nan, not Hefferon.  and he is a son of the late Harry  Heffernan, of Walkerton.' Have  you ever heard of Bruce County?  ���Cranbrook Herald.  Women Who Wear Well.  It Is astonishing how great a change a  few years of married life often make in  the appearance and disposition of many  women. The freshness, the charm, tho j,  brilliance'vanish like the hloornsfrom a  peach which Is rndely handled. The  matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo  of the charming maiden. There are two  reasons for this change, ignorance and  neglect. Few young women appreciate  the shock to the system through tho  change which comes with marriage and  motherhood. Many neglect to deal %i lth  the unpleasant pelvic drains and weaknesses which too often come with marriage and motherhood, not understanding  that this secret drain isrobhlng tho chccl.  ot Its freshness and ^the form of its  fairness.   ; ���.,       ' ..  As surely as the general health suffers  when there is derangement of the health  of the delicate womaIHKlorgans,.so surely  whedplskese organs areSestabllshcd in  health thoToce anAwhvat^bv^o witness  tothetactin reviewed cometnwa^ Nearly  VinillJon ^yoBlen have found health and  happiness in tho use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.; It makes weak wom-  cn strong and sick women well. Ingredients on label���contains ho alcohol. or  harmful habit-forming drugs. -Made.,  wholly of those native, American, medicinal roots most highly recommended by  leading medical authorities of all the several schools of practice for tho cure of  woman's peculiar allmentsr  For nursing mothers,or for those oroken.-  down Inhealth by too frequent bearing of  children, also for the expectant mothers,  to prepare the system for the coming of  baby .and making its advent easy and  almost painless, there is no medicine quite  so- good as "Favorite Prescription." It  dan. do no harm in any condition of the  system. It is a most potent invigorating  tonic and strengthening nervine nicely  adapted to woman's delicate system by a  physician of large experience in the treatment of womairs peculiar ailments.  Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter  M of charge.   Address Dr. X. V. Fierce.  ivallds* Hotel and Surgical Institute.  N. x.  Copper  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition issued-March", 1908.)  Size;   Octavo.   Pages :  1228.  Chapters : 25: ""  Scope: The Copper Industry   of   the  World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching-, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Termiaology  Deposits by Districts, States.Countries  arid'Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumptionim  ports, Exports," Finances, Dividends,  e!c.' .'������ '.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  AT THE CHURCHES  Pbbsbvtbrian���Services wilt be con  ducted morning and evening-, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev, M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist���Rev. F, J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct set vices as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evuiing  Services every Sunday, tnorninr; and  Sunday School at 3.  Provincial Items.  The new converter building of  the Granby smelter is now under  construction.  The Covert estate, Grand ForkB,  will this year produce twenty-fire  car-loads of fruit.  The Nelson Daily News says :  "La Pa trie, the Montreal organ  ���f Sir Wilfrid Laurier is the first  to enter the field as a prophet  with regard to the coming elections. This paper prognosticates  that the result in British Columbia next time will be, not a solid  seven, but three liberals and four  conservatives ! This is all very  well for a starter, but they will  have another guess coming later  on."  We are inclined to think so,too,  A preabyteriau elder wou'd take  that bet, Bro. News.  Any back-east editor who doesn't know that British Columbia  will send at least five Liberals to  the next Federal Parliament is  not acquainted  with   the   fcitua-  tl)U.  The undignified and ridiculous  squabble between the Min ister c f  Education and various school  boards over the design of the flags  to be flown over Bchool-hwuses ia  B. C, has, it is hoped, come to an  THE ROSS RIFLE  The British newspapers report  with surprise the very notable successes with the[new Canadian Ross  rifle and ammunition in the hands  of a hitherto   unknown marksman, F. W. Jones, of the National Rifle Association, of  London.  He carried off first   in   the Edge  matcb/for prizes aggregating $250  contributed by Major Edge. This  is the stiffest of the long-distance  matches, the contestants   firing  fifteen shots at 1,000 yards. Jones  scored 73 out of a possible 75 at  each range, his total  being   six  points above the best previous record.    In the Halford Memorial  match he won first  with   fifteen  bulls, or a possible   75 . points at  900 yards, and 72 points   out   of  the same possible at 1,000 yards.  Ia the Waldegrave match at   800  yards   he   won   second   with 98  points   out   of   a   possible  100.  Quite the most important victory  of the contest was   the winning  ���t   the   Hopton   challenge   cup,  which   is   given  for the highest  aggregate score in six matches���  the Edge, Halford,   Waldegrave,  Albert, Bass and Wimbledon.   In  these   Jones   made an aggregate  of 71b points out of a possible 750,  beating the  previous   records by  20 points.  The Times, Daily Erpres��,  Daily Mail, Chronicle, Standard,  and Daily News all speak in enthusiastic terms of what they call  the victory for the Ross rifle  f roni(Canada,which-madft an unexpected and altogether successful  appearance and excelled all the  field of the world's rifles, so that  as the Morning Post says, "our  own Lee-Enfield is apparently  lagging behind in the great race  Recent reports from the new  placer diggings in the Ingenika  country are unfavorable.  Miss Megraw, of Hedley, is on  a holiday trip in the East.  Mr W. W. B. Maclnnes will  contest the city of Vancouver in  the_interest of the Liberal party.  No.* 1/tipple of the Middlesboro  Collieries, Nicola Valley, was destroyed by fire, the loss approximating $15,000.  Rev. G. A. Wilson, of Vancouver,  Superintendent of Missions, wiH  open the new Presbyterian chureh  at Keremeos on the first Sunday  in October.  The many friends of Mr. and  Mrs. B. A. Shatford, of Peniticon,  will sympathize with them in  their loss of their two little baby  girls.  A novel scheme for the rebuild"  iag of Fernie has been adopted  by the executive committee *on  the recommendation of the Fernie Miner's Union.  The plan as outlined in the resolution of the union and adopted  %y the executive is as follows :  "Be it resolved that immediate  measures be adopted to assist  those who desire to rebuild their  homes in Fernie.  "We therefore set aside the sum  of $60,000 for that purpose, That  we issue a call for tenders for  $50,000 wortk of lumber, suitable  for building purposes, and also  tenders for $10 000 worth of building supplies, and that lumber and  supplies be furnished to those requesting them, at cost price ; the  cost of which is to be repaid by  instalments extending over a period pf six years, free of interest.  F. H. Sherman, U, M. W. of A."  It is hoped by the above scheme  to enable those who were left destitute by the late fire to rebuild  their homes before winter seisin. J  It is a sort of co-operative scheme,  as other mechanics who will be  engaged on the work will be paid  out of the $10,000 set apart and  out of the instalments paid, in on  account of the loan."  Pacific Hotel  Ghikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  L  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  The Miner needs the book for the  facts it gives him regardi Geology;  Mining, Copper Deposit- - . Copper  Mines,:   v    "  The Metallurgist needs the book^for  the facts it gives him re-arding copper milling, leaching, Bmelli g, and  refining. v 1  The Copper Consumer needs the book'  for every chapter it contains.     It tells  What and explains how and, why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and ger>  eral information on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of. condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more ^than the price  of the book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price i $5.00- in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library*morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent .you,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  .j for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE} NOW to the editor and publisher,"/  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEtDO-NBUIIwDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  Cathowc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine "service 1st, thirdand_  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benedic- -  Hon at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rev.J. A. Bbsakd, O. M. I.  pastor.   ,   ,      *   -  Church of England (St.'; Jude's)^  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8  a. m; 2nd and 4th'Sundays- after Mat-'  ina at 11 a. m.   Saint's'   Day services  as    announced   in  Church.     Mother  Lode   mine   first   Sunday, af 3 p. m.  Eholi, second Sunday, at 3:30 p. m.  Rev. F Vernon Verrables, Vicar.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. C.  P  ARE NTS who wish to secure for      ���,  their daughter the benefits   of   a  *fr*l* *l* *!��� *f* 4"f* *f�� 4*  COMMERCIAL  HOTEL Grcenwbod  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M.GILUS  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Con--,  vent School.' Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and- commodious and a large number of Boarders  can be accomodated. The School ia -  superintended and taught by the Sister b, who have much experience in  training and educating children.    .  The course of study comprises Christian -Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,1  Arithmetic, English and Canadian  History, Slenogravhy, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vocal and Instrumental Music, French   and  Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  Sistbr Superior.St. Joseph's School  NstsoN, B. C.  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland   Linen, can  be had at.  The Times Office, 50c a box. \  ���<x  Hotel  McCLUNG and G0ODEVE. Proprietors.  Finest FuniisM House in. the Itoundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date, goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Close to the Smelter.;  A valuable strike of tree-milling gold quartz has been made on  the Granite-Poorman group five  miles west of Nelson.  Wm. C. Gates, Swiftwater Bill,  has made another stake. He is  said to have made about half a  million in Nevada and to be busily engaged in paying ofi his  debts.  It seems probable that the gold  output of A.laska will this year  show an increase over that of  1907.    Much the greater part of  of modern small arms," and tie  Times adds : "It is a pleasure to  refer to a rifle that, has been  much in evidence and can claim  Get acquainted with  Black Watch  the big black plug  chewing tobacco. A  tremendous favorite  everywhere, because of  its richness and pleasing  flavor. aaea  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON are  beyond question the. greatest medicines known. Then'why^ does not  everybody fake Cod Liver Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While  FERROL  is manufactured from -the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer in oil than any other  emulsion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds any trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely  enhanced by the "process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians everywhere " have fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice. fcERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of j  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  " You Know What -  You Take"  The Best Appointed Working men's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Ulectricity.   Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  Printing  Wilt be attended to promptly  at this office *   *   *    . -  ���  This office is replete ypitb everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  Vfrork being done with neatness and despatch  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLALOFSTAD Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your bale ones arc a constant care in  Fall and Winter weather. The? will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it hasdonefor so many? It is said  to be. the only reliable remedy (or 'all,  doeases of the air passage* in ch3drr.ii.  fa is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take.1 It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is relumed. The price is 25c per bcttJe,  ���od all oWers in medkbe sell z<4  "ITA remedy should be ia every household,  B)lectric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for 'Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous fewer  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We CanSave Yon Money '. ^'  "-'.*/  w^r^-e-ri >.  ra-;  rb->;  '/<���  WVS  ^TVlf -'  ,A%A  f-*-.  .<?*-  V5>V? ���*��*  TH5   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  Copying Canada's Exaisple..  .VThe/lttterslatidnal Apple Ship-  'pets''As30ciatioa,  in session at  Niagara  Falls,   by   unanimous  rote asked the United States Congress to enact a.tlaw   providing  [t for a,uniform standard  ja  apple  t-gtading and the placing of an official seal on the package on request  .'of, shippers."  ^While the association in question is called  international, it is  , practically confined to the United  States, the number  of Canadian  members betag verjrsm?ll.   The  organization is really the, mouthpiece of the apple dealers on the  other side of the line.   This being so, the action taken is fell-the  more noteworthy. > What has been  done is equivalent to an official  request to. Congress from those  who handle the commercial apple  'crop of the neighboring states, to  provide for a system^ of   govern-  menfinspection  similiar to  that  now enforced  in Canada.   The  request made is not cause for surprise to people who have watched  the trend of  recent   discussions  among those interested iu the Am-  v  erican expert apple trade. United  States consuls in Great Britain  Have frequently pointed out that  apples from New York,- Maine,  Michican, and other apple producing states were being passed  over by< British   buyers ��� in favor  of similiar fruit from Canada,  and, the .reason given was;, that  Canadian goods had been.packed  subject to govemmet t inspection,  while those from the other" side  of the border had not. American  dealers ibave at last concluded  that if they are to hold their own  in .the British market they- must  provide for" official supervision  similiar to that already in force  in Canada. ,   ,  The moral to���those interested  in the Canadian export fruit trade  is obvious. When our commercial  'rivals are preparing to copy our  example in the-matter, of public  control over the', quality of the  goods put up, it is hardly the  time to suggest a lessening of the  restrictions which are now in  force in this country with a view  of making sure that the contents  shall agree with the label.���Tor  onto Stat.  .  Marketing Fruit.  Mr. Maxwell Smith, Dominion  Fruit Inspector of Vancouver, is  making a trip through the province and incidentally making an  inspection of the fruit at the  stores and at the ranches. Accor  ding to reports Mr. Smith finds  considerable improvement in 'the  way in -which frnit is packed and  marked, since, his last trip, although he claims there is room  for further improvement in the  way in whioh some of the fruit  is handled.    There seems to be no  <(  Pitoia����!]? Fsp^iTo  ���������  Creek times  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the" Boundary Creek  Mining. District.  I  1" The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type,' Inks, -Papery'ih-  the Boundary. ���   7  % The Times; is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  l"The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can' deliver the  goods.  SEE).Iff IT CAN'T.  difficulty in growing the fruit,  but education is badly needed from  a commercial standpoint. Unless  the fruit-grower can market his  fruit in such a condition that it  will* compete with all other fruit,  the fruit-grower's labors are in  vain, for he falls down at the  most criticarperiod of'the industry. It is noteworthy that Mr.  Smith took-several of the fruitgrowers aside and gave them a  few pointers. It is to be hoped  that these pointers will in turn  bear fruit, as it has long been felt  that education along commercial  lines was required and if the conditions in this respect can be remedied even to a slight extent,-Mr.  Smith's trip will have been eventful.  tefed the home ot Thomas Merb,  through a parlor window, chloroformed the family and took $27  and a~bank book from the clothes  ��f the pater-familias.  General Notes.  Sir .Louis Jette, retiring Lieutenant-Governor ot Quebec, will  return to the Bench.  There has been a surplus of  harvest hands taken to the prairie  provinces this year.  Detectives in New York discovered over $15,000 worth of  jewels, silks and furs in the house  of Mrs. Minnie Curtis, whom they  arrested for complicity in several  robberies. "  ?OO<H��OOOCK>OOOO<K��OO0OOOO<>o��>  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors;  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,  etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISH EDS  GREENWOOD,   :  B. C.  PHONE 65.  ooooooooooooooooooooooooo;'  GREENWOOD TRADING  COMPANY,  LIMITED.  NOTICE Is hereby given that a special resolution has been parsed for voluntarily  winding- up thW Company and that the under  deisigned has been appointed Liquidalorof the  Company for the pnrposea of winding- up proceeding's. Creditors and others'having- claims  against the Company are requested to send to  the undersigned at the office of John D. Spence,  Barrister, Greenwood, B.C., before 1st October,  1903, their names and addresses and full particulars la -writing- of their claims duly verifi d  and 11 the security, if anj' held bv them;  AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 1st day  of October, IMS, the undersigned will proceed  to disti lbute the assets of the Company amongst  the parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which thenndersigned then has  notice.  Dated this 7th day of August, A.T> , 1908.  JULIUS EHRLICH,  Liquidator.  is particularly suitable for  summer use. When heating  cold -meat, canned meat .or  pork and beans,' stir in a  little Bovril and notice the  difference.: It will make the  food more tasty, more nutritious and more digestible.  Send a post card for  new  recipe' booklet  -  "Tasty Dishes''to  BOVRIL LIMITED ;  27 ST. PETER STREET. MONTREAL  Application for Transfer of  Liquor-License.  A. O. Brown & Co.," one of the  largest brokerage houses of New  York, have announced their suspension on the Stock- Exchange."  At Ti��bury, Oat., a burglar en-  LICENSE ACT,, 1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. W. Nelson, of  Car mi, B.C., intend applying to the Superintendent of Pro\ incial Police, at .the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the West House, at Carmi, B. C, situate on Block 1, Lot B.  Dated at Carmi, B.C., the l*th day of August,  I9o8. Signed, J. W. NELSON  NABOB  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  TAKE NOTICE <hat I, James Cameron, of  , the City of Greenwood, B.C., intend to  apply at tl e next silting- of the Board .of  License Commissioners for a transfer of the  Liquor License now held by me for the Vic  toria Hotel, situate on Lot 24, Block 12, Map 21.  Greenwood City,toHugh D. McGill vray  Hated  at Greenwood,  B.C.,  the 10th day of  August, 1908.  Signed, JAMES CAMERON.  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Bristol Boy Mineral Claim, situate in Green-  wiod Mining- Division of Tale District.  Where located:   West Copper Camp.  TAKE. NOTICE that I, James Edward  Schoa,"Free Miners' Certificrte No. B9380,-  interid, sixty days froni the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder fora Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that ac'lon, un'er  Section 57,  must  be commencrd: before  the  issuance of such  Certificate'of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of July, A. D. 1998  JAMES EDWAr.'J SCHON.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Imerovements  NOTICE  Subscribe For, Adver  The old Roman charioteers, andc  heroes wounded by wild beasts in the now  ruined Colosseum at Rome, anointed their  wounds with secret balms made from the roots  and hsrbs of the field. Instinct tell3 us to rub a  place that hurts, and in Zim-Buk, the great herbal  ualm, is found the ideal substance with which to rub.  Zam.-Buk differs from ordinary salves, ointments,  etc., m ihe important fact that it contains no trace  of any mineral substance, and is also free from animal oil or fat. ~)T.t is composed of the finest herbal  essences and juices, and is so refined that the most  delicate skin can absorb it with beneficial effect. It  is at one and the same time healing, soothing and  antiseptic. It does more, does it better, and does it  in less time than any other known balm.  ECZEMA,   SCA' P SORES  A^D ERUPTIONS CURED.  Mr. Henry Harvey, of Cataraqni, Ont, soys:��� "I am glad to state that Zam-Buk  intwr ca o has done allit was rocommendert to do. -I had some sores on tho-Bcalp,  wltfeSi nt times caused mo such aouto pain that I could not bear-to touch th�� part This  continued for uearly two years, an! dolled all remedies I tried. Zam-Buk was recom-  mondei to aie and, after a fair trial, I iuu glnd to report the 6ores arc quit* oared. I  can Hfon&ly recommend Zam-Buk for scalp diseases. ....     ,        ,  Mr. T. Bull, of Cooksvllle, Ont., sayff:���"I consider Zam-Buk splendid value. I  have used it on Bums, Pimples, Cuta and 8ores, and have found It to contain more  healing qua! ities than any preparation used before, and. can recommend it.  Mrs.-Nellio Campbell, of Inverary. Ont, writes:-" I think.Zam-BuJc a splendid  -liealor.   I had a bad spot of Eczema ou one of my lingers that bothered me terribly.   I  obtained a supply of Zam-Buk and, to my delight, it healed .the Ecrema very speedily.  I-shall keep a supply of Zam-Buk handy, as I think it such an excellent remedy.   I  would not be without it in the house." r     ..  Boston Boy. Fractional Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining- Division of Tale  District. Where located: in Deadwood Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. M. Shaw, agent  for D. A. Cameron, Free Miner's Certificate  No. 14,266; George Larson', Free Miner's Certia  -cate.No. 10,122; W. W. Craig, Tree Min��r's Cer-  t!ficate*No, 14465; J. W. Nelson, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14287; intend, Sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Rtcorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the a*ove  claim.  And further take notice that action,under  section 37) must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of June, A. D., 19Q8.  c.-.ac.-pflA'w.B.c.ii.s  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.,   LTD.  New Westminister, B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in. vocal  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils* in pjanOj organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday;* Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  LANDN0TICES  Similkameen Land District-  District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawford, of  Park Rapids, Miuatsota.occupatlon Far-  mer,intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described landatiCommeaclnjjr at a  post planted at the North West corner of Lot  80) S, thence north 20 cuiIub; thence east SO  chains; thence south SO chains;' thence west  40 chains, thence north 60 chains, thence west  40 chains to point of commencement,".and con  taining-400 acres, more or lew.  '..  ���'    JAMES CRAWFORD.'  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated June 12th, 1908.  ^0��00000004>00��>nn4H>0000��900  CANADIAN  .���PACIFIC  R A I L W A Y  SUMMER  EXCURSION RATES,  EAST  LAND NOTICE  Similkameen  Land District,  of Yale  District  >t����MIMMMMMI��>M  WHAT-ZAM-BUK CURES:  Ontx. bruises, burns, scalds, eczema, pimples,  i-uiuiiu�� Bores, tore feet, poisoned wounds, festering sores, piles, bad legs, diseased anklet,  kbdeessea, boils, ringworm, tore backs, .tcrotola,  itch, sore breasts, barber's rash, and all injured or  diseased conditions of the ikin. From all drug-  jriitii, 50n per box, or from Zam-Buk Co., Colborne  SU-eet, Toronto, upon receipt of price. 0 box**  VrS2-��0.  FREE SAMPLE BOX.  Bend this coupon with your foil nam* and  stfdreM sad one cent stamp (to pay return  pstage) to .the Zam-Buk Co., Colborne Street,  Toronto, and a free tampi* bar oi Zua-Bnk will'  fcenmlledjca.  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A leading health journal in aarwer-  ', I ing the question, " Wh��t fa the best  ��� ��� prescription to clean end purify the  ' ��� blood V' print* in ���> recent issue the  following:      "  Fluid Kitraot Dandelion one ounce;  Compound Salatone, one ounce ;  -    Compound Syrup Saruparillft, four  ounces.  Shake well and use in teaspoonful  doses after each meal and at bedtime.  A well-known physician states that  these are harmless vegetable ingredients, which can be obtained from  any good prescription pharmacy.  This mixture will clean the blood  of all impurities. In just a few days  tho skin begin* to clear of sores, boils  and pimples. It puts vigor and  energy into run-down debilitated  men and women. For many years  Sarsaparilla alone has been considered  a good blood medicine. But while  ','. "it built up and mnde new blood, the  impurities remained within and the  good accomplished was only temporary. Sarsaparilla, however, when  used in combination with Compound  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  works wonders. This combination  pute the kidneys to work to filter  and sift out the waste matter, uric  acid, and other impurities that cause  disease. It makes new bloojl and  relieves rheumatism and lame back  and bladder troubles.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Louisa I.- Shaw, of  Gieenwood, B.C., occupation Housekeeper,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following- described land:��� .  Commencing at a post planted at the North-  East corner of Lot No. 788S. thence East 80  chains; thence north 4t> chains, thence west 20  chains, thence south 20 chains; thence west 40  chains; thence north 20 chains, thence west 20  chains, thence sooth 40chains to point of com  mencement, and containing 240 acres more or  less.  LOUISA I. SHAW.  .    Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated July 13th, 1908.  From Greenwood to ".YinntoeiT.  Fort William. Dulntli, St. Paul-  Chicago, $72.50   St. Iiou��s,$67..50  . New York,108.50   Toronto, 94-.40  Montreal, 108.50   Ottawa, 105.00  St John,NB,120.90 Halifax 131.20  Sydney, CB, $136.90  Tickets, on sale May * and 18,  June 5, 6,19 arid 20, July 6, 7, 22  and 23,Augu��t6,7, 21and 22.1908 J  ,. Firat class, Round Trip, Ninety  Day Limit  Routes���These tickets are good  via any recognized routes in one  or both directions, To destinations east of Chicago are good via  the Great L,akes. For further information, rates, Sleepi-- car  reservations, etc, apply t-i  J. MOEJ, B. J. r jYLB,  D.P.A. Nelson      A.O.P.A / ��� ncons-er  B.   R.  BBDPATH"  GREENWOOD  AGENT  P<H>0<KM>0O0��O0OO0*>004>O<K>OO��  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Columbus" Mineral Claim, situated in the  Greenwood Mining? Division 'i "Vale District.  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I. Isaac H. Hallett,  as ag-eJt for J. F. Ciiunl -frltani, Free  'Miner's Certificate No. B6T61, W. T. Smith,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1193CS. and E. J.  Roberts, Free Minor's Certificate No. B1065S,  intend, sixty dare from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining-Recorder or a CertiHcateof Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice t>at action,   uidor  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuc-  anee of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this30th day of Mar, A. D. 190S.  1. H. HALLETT.  iJrarBKCtViJSB  it storms-   '  indoors  BODL _  COMFORT  lywaarag  *****        /  o&ed arGfpMa  mn��i��ii��  .  Bv��rr Osrasat  0ootJ5?8te&*��m  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  Warwick Fraction Mineral   Claim,  situate   -in  the Greenwood Mining   Division    of Yale  District.    Whore   locnted:    In    Providence  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Hemmcrle and  Iluiili   McICec  Free   Miner's   Certl8catfs  No.  UH-tat, and   HH226, intend,    sixty days from  the    date    heri_-of, 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 lake notice  that notion, under  section 37.  mum be commenced  boforc the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated th'm 5th day of August, A. D. 1W  THOMAS 1IEMMERLE&HUGH McKEE  House, -nig-n and all exterior and  and imcciur paiuting and decor.  Ating promptly done.  lUali Papering  EndKctlsoitiitiiiis  Send in your <��� pring orderb.  Snynopsis of Canadian Nortli-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ^NY even-numbered section of Dominion  Lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting- 8 and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteaded bv any person who la the sole  bead of a family, or any male over 18 years ot  ag-e. to the extent of one-quarter section of ISO  acres, more or less.  Application for entry must be made In person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land Ajrenci-  or Sub-.ttf-cncy for the district in which, the land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however.be  made at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an iuteudinfr homesteader.  Duties���(1) At least six months' residence  apon and cultivation of the land in each year  for three years.  !2) A homesteader may. If he so desires, perform the required residence duties by llvlni, on  farminir land owned ��olely by hira, not less  than eiirlny (80) acres iu extent, in the vicinity  of bis hon estcad. He may also do 8o by llvinjr  with father or mother, on certain Condition*,  joint ownership in laud will not meet this requirement.  (3) A homesteader intending to perform hi*  residence duties In accordance with the above  while li vine win, parents or on farming land  owned by himself must notify the Atfeut for tho  district of such intention,  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of tho Minister of the lulrrlor  N. Ii.���Unauthorized  publication of this  ad-  rcrtlsemeut will not be paid for.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District    District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I James Itird Man-  ross, of Greenwood, H.C., occupation Free  Miner, intend to apply for permission to pnrj  chase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about 300 feet  West of tltc Nortb-East Corner of Lot 710  thence east 900 feet thence north l,M0feet thence  east 1,500 thence north 600 feet thence west 1.9CO  feet thence south-west 500 feet to point of commencement.  JAMES BIRD MANROSS  Dated the 16th d��v of July. 1908.  Subscribe for The Times  Box 255, G reeatfrpod.  "bh't Goverametat street.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  No. 2 Fraction. So. 0 fraction and Hartford  Mh-.li.U Claim, sit stile in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located: Carmi Cams. West Fork of the  Keltic River.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Robert D. Kerr.  Frvr .Miner's ceuificato No. lloSOO acting  for my sett and as agent for James C- Dale, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 1510104. and P. ti S.  Stanhope, Fr>e Miner's Certificate No. BU*7.  intt-ml sixty days front the date hereof, U) apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining-a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under see-  I" tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Eleventh day of Mav, A.D.D08.  ROBERT D.   KERR  ..:"����� fit  '���'-'-.'..- -^-VAfe  '���- . ..V*#^  ��� ' .-.;iftsU.a  ��� - ::;'':^Ssl  ' '��� ��� ������������'���::^SS^��lf  -������'iiliif''''  A^mm  MX  ��� ���m\  ���,���:, -rati  m  ���'m\  mi  m  iisP  .~iS|p  Sell  ���'���jmi  W&  1 Ifl iMftll   -^"^-^ :''/''': "."������ ;''��� ������  Krv'  xm  R  < ..-���  -. j, ������"^^-���.  *vssv^  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  ��**���  Z&&&��&&5&&&2^^  ��  a;  to  a  Are dealers in Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description.    JC   3��  They carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE BROADWAY  BRAND     3��       x  There are some fine  Stock-taking Bargains  in   our   Store   now*  ��  11  K!5^?=��*5^=!��^^!5��<!s��^r5^��Si^s3^  Get the Genuine  insist on  Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Liquor go.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  r  nifclY  Do You Know  That  A. L White  Carries one of the Finest Displays of  CUTLERY 1  In the Boundary.  Call and See.    Two New Silent Salesmen  on the  Floor for your convenience.  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  J  j Purely Personal j  r^**\j>4  The Palace Livery Stable  Ik Rki  Tiirnoots i��  i  Hen  1��!>S  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLESS  j   PROPRIET OR ���  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open, evenings  '���  '/  Mr. T. R. Hanson, of Bridesville, was in town this week.  P. J. Kennedy, prospector, of  Beaverdell, was in the city this  week.  Col. R. T. Lowery is registered  in Nelson on his way back from  Ontario.  Mr. and Mrs. Bryant returned  on Tuesday from a visit to Nova  Scotia.  W. H. Laiigton, M'dway, was  a caller at the Times office on Wednesday.  Mrs. Stow, and Miss Beldon of  the post office, leave today for a  trip to Spokane.  C. Scott Galloway, of Grand  Forks, spent a couple of days in  the city this week.  Alderman Meyer was called to  Vernon on Monday to attend the  sick-bed of his father.  Editor Love,  of   the   Phoenix  Pioneer, paid a call on his Gfean-  J wood confreres on Tuesday,  Mrs. R. J. Moffatt and daughter, Miss Vina Moffatt, left for  Spokane on Tuesday morning.  Chief of Police Dinsmore has  moved his family into their new  home in the Hotel Armstrong.  R.A.Chester, of.Hedley, is  relieving Mr. Stowe, manager ot  the Bank of B.N. A., who is away  on his holidays.  Hugh McCurdy, ot JBoundary  Falls, who is in the employ of  H. Bunting, has moved hie family  to Greenwood.  H. J. Fulton. Grand Master of  the I.O.O.F. of British Columbia  yisited the local lodge on Wednesday evening.  Miss Alice McMynn and Miss  Huberta Shaw left on Tuesday to  take up their studies for the fall  term at All Hallow's, Yale.  Mr. and Mrs. Dill and Misses  Buckless, Mcintosh and Goddard  have returned from a pleasant  camping'trip up the West Fork.  Edward Rundberg, Superintendent of the Dominion Copper Co's  mines at Phoenix was in Greenwood and Anaconda on Tuesday.  Mr. Thos. Hardy, ex-Mayor of  Greenwood and merchant at Midway was up shaking hands with  his old friends Monday afternoon.  Duncan Ross, M.P., for Yale-  Cariboo, was heme in Greenwood  this week, and will shortly visit  the northern part of the constituency.  Mr. O. Stutzer, of Frieburg,  Germany, a well known mining  expert was visiting the mines  and smelters of the Boundary  this week.  Mrs. James Lynch with Miss  Ella Evans, of Myncaster, and  Mrs. John Clark,- of Toroda Creek  were a shopping party in Greenwood yesterday.  Rev. M. D. KcKee, pastor of  the Presbyterian church was  away this week attending the  meeting of the Presbyterian Synod at Nelson.  Mrs. L. R. Richards, wife of  the head book-keeper of the Dominion Copper Co's smelter, has arrived to take up her residence at  Boundary Falls.  Robert Denzler, of Phoenix and  Spokane, one of the old time owners of the big Phoenix mining  properties paid Greenwood a business visit this week.  Druggist Currie White, leaves  today for a holiday trip. During  his absence the business will be  in charge of Mr. Harry Goodeve,  graduate of the'Ontario College  of Pharmacy.  Dr. and Mrs. Mathxson, after a  three week's visit to Greenwood,  lett for their future home at Kel-  owna on Tuesday of this week.  The Dr. and his estimable wife  have lived in Greenwood for the  past nine years and have been immensely popular iu both social  and business ways. Their many  friends in Greenwood are sorry to  see them leave, and the Okanagari  country is to be congratulated in  the acquisition of such valued  citizens as Dr. and Mrs. Mathi-  son.  L. H. Moffatt, of Rossland, is  registered at the Imperial Hotel.  Mr. A. B. Campbell, of McGregor & Campbell, hardware merchants, of Cbesaw is in the city  today.  Colin C, Brown, representative  for Woodv Vallance and Leggatt,  wholesale hardware,  of Vancouver, is on his quarterly visit   to  the Boundary country.  Married���Oh Wednesday, Sept.  2nd, in S. Jude's church, by'Re^.  F. V. Venabl��-s, Rector, Thomas  5oseph Carroll, ��f Cascade, B.C.y-  to Beatrice Thomson Smith, of  Grand Forks, B.C.  Mr John Dunlop, government  immigration officer between Mc-  Leod and the Boundary line and  father of W. J. Dunlop, local  manager of the B. 0. Telephone  Company, will in future have  charge of the territory between  Kingsgate and Spokane.  Mr. A. D. Macfarlane, Bachelor  of Arts, who for the past year  has so ably wielded the quill in  The Times office, left on Wednesday for Vancouver. It is Mr.  Macfarlane's intention to supplement his degree with a course in  law, and being a clear thinker  and of studious ^ways will undoubtedly make a brilliant career  at the Bar.       '       -    '     "    " .  ?*  &  TOWN 2 OTICo  "\r*\r*��yr*��\r  Born���At Deadwood, B.C., to  Mr. & Mrs. George Allen, a son.  " Hedley will put up a two-day's  program of Sports, Sept. 7 and 8.  Thomas R. Hanson has sold kis  store at Bridesville to Chester  Charlton.  Perfection, in Confectionery���  The Copper Seal Brand ���McRae  Bros.  The Granby Company's smelter  at Grand Forks is again in receipt of a plentiful supply of coke.  Seven of the battery of eight furnaces are now in commission.  The Clark Moving Picture and  Vaudeville Company is now open  to receive amateurs, those about  to follow, this paying profession  should communicate with Mr.  Charles Clark, Box 485, Rossland,  B.C.  A number of the Greenwood  Knights of Pythias went down  to Midway last Tuesday evening  to assist in the installation of.  the officers of the Midway lodge  for the current term.  Wanted���To Buy a three or  four roomed house and lot; Greenwood or Anaconda, apply by letter to C. Times Office.  Mr. J. H. Dimrnick wishes to  express his gratitude to the people for kindness and assistance in his recent bereavement.  We are glad to report that Mrs.  Dimrnick is progressing rapidly  towards recovery.  New and second hand goods below cost���H. I. Clint, Copper St.  Dolls, Doll Carts, Express  Waggons, Toys, etc.,in stock the  year round at McRae Bros.  Father Ferrous the founder of  the French colony at Carmi was  ia the city this week. The Rev.  Father is very sanguine concerning the prospects of his people in  their new homes on the West  Fork The railroad surveyors  have made their headquarters at  Carmi, the end of the wagon road  at the present time, and will use  that place as a base of supplies  for their pack outfits.  Copper Seal Confections excell  all others.    McRae Bros.  G. W. Dimrnick left yesterday  morning for Hood River, Ore.,  with the body of his"little neico,  which will be interred at that  place. The funeral services were  held on Wednesday afternoon in  the undertaking parlors of "T. M.  Gulley, the Rev. Mr. Venables  officiating.  Mr. E. O. Boak, president of  the Kettle Valley Fish, and Game  Association, was the first of the  local sports to bag & deer. Mr.  Boak was early on the- ground  and about ten miles up Boundary  Creek he shot a fine specimen at  seven "o'clock on the morning of  the, opening of the season.  Our 1908 Wall Papers areas  cheap as "they are charming���  McRae Bros.  For the Canadian National Exhibition, to be held at Toronto,  August 29th to September 14th,  the Canadian Pacific Railway  will have in effect special round  trip rates. For full information  as to fates, dates of sale, limits,  etc., apply to the nearest C.P.R.  Ticket Agent. ' S4  A C.P.R. survey party of 14  men,are at work estimating the  cost of grades on the proposed  line between Carmi and Penitic-  ton. That section has never previously had anything more than  a reconnaissance survey. Another party is engaged at Midway  making the connection with the  Great Northern.  A Harvest Thanksgiving Festival ...will be held in S. Jude's  Church on Sunday, Sept. 13th,  morning and evening. The church  will be decorated with flowers,  fruits, vegetables, etc., 'for the  occasion, and the services will be  fully choral. ', Gifts of flowers,  grain, and vegetables are requested and will be thankfully received/      "   "''  Dr. W. E. Spankie received  notice this morning from Dr. J.  D. Lafferty, Registrar r of the  College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta,- that he. had  successfully passed his examinations for'that province. Dr- Spankie now holds life certificates for  Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta  and British Columbia.        - -  Save One Third Your Tailor's Bill"  And yet haA^e your clothes made to  order by the modern . '     "   ���  <feH^^  njade 10 order method  We have specialists to make each  part of the suit.    Coat,  Vest  and  Trousers,  instead" of one  tailor: to.  do it all.  We know and guarantee that we  can dress and fit you as ��� only the  high priced tailor can, and'that "we  can save for you a third of-what he  would charge. We do it for others,.' /  let  us  do it for you..      ' '��� ���   "��� ' ���  THE.HUNTER.KENDRICK CO,,-LIMITED  Cbe  PUBLIC NOTICE is given by the undersigned that they propose under the Tramway  Company Incorporation Act and amend I tig- acts  of the Province of British Columbia to form a  Cowpany to be known as Greenwood-Phoenix  Tramway Corajjany I4mUed, for the purpose'  of constructing, equipping and operating a single or double track tramway tindei ground'com-  menclng- at a point in the City of Greenwood in  the District of Tale and Province of British  Columbia, and running- thence Easterly under  ground toward and to the City of Phoenix in  said District aad Province.  Dated August 29th, 1908.  RICHARD ARMSTRONG,  DUNCAN McINTOSH.  THOMAS A. WOODRUFF.  OPERA HOUSE,  MONDAY, SEPT.  7  Subscribe for The Times  Chas. Clark, Prop.   "  Entire Change of  Program!  Tate's Animated  Pictures, Illustrated  Songs and Refined  Specialties,  Admission :���Children   15c.  ���    Adults 25c, Gallery.  Any   part   of    the    house,  Adults 35c, First Floor.  Babys Free.        Come early.  I/ong   Program.    We start  ..  8.30 sharp.  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  F. Jenks & Bro  s.  Greenwood  ^  is now under the Management of Rondeau and Dupol  Meals are served at all hours of "the day and night!  If you want a good meal, well cooked, carefully serve*  and promptly provided try the Pacific. By attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant.'  ; .  4-Roomed   Cottage  on  50 foot Lot   Close in  00  Bealey Investment & Trust XOi, Ltd*  .   / OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICE.   '  *$"$"*$��� *$"$���"*?* *f* *$��� *f* *!**$* *f* *f* ��f�� *J�� ���'���%���$��� ��J"�� ���Jf* *$"$"$* *f*:*$* '  ! P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. 1  I,  DEALERS IN  I -.   ��� ��� ��� '"       - .--.���:.' ���������'-���   V. v.>^>J'-:  ��� ��� ..'������������������  ��  ft'  ��  ���  * '���  ft  0  �� .  ��   ���  ��  a  a  * .������  ��  ft  ��  ���  'ft   :���  ft  .   .    ,  ft  ft  ��  fresh and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry.  AND  *l  , DRINK PHOENIX BEER  I THE " PRIDE OF WESTERN ���ANADA."  1 Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co., |ffi0B?e�� f  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Holt, Manager.  L. .Cra.uftjkd, Lessee  Moore's  Is in the Windsor Hotel.  The business of providing  things good to eat is our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,

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