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 #-t  V  h.  tSSb  tOl*. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29.   1909.  No  8  NEW  All new ideas in  Ready-to^Wear  Trimmed and  Pattern Hats  Everything you want in Millinery at tempting prices  DRY GOODS-^BOOTS & SHOES-���MILLINERY  ^  #  Greenwo^sr Big f iirniture Store  t  ��� a v  f   TiU you: see Gulley's stock and get  -    Gulley's  prices.   We are offering  snaps in7 all lines. .       .        .  Headquarters for CARPETS, CARPET SQUARES  and LINOLEUMS at Rock Bottom Prices.  Agents for Edison Phonographs and Records.  0 Agents for Bell Pianos anfl&rfcaiis.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  T. M.  & Co.  HQUiSE FURNISHERS -   -  Phone 27  ^v  UN  p  j  AT  \J\A  *RESH FROM FACTORY  Hot Water Bottles, 2, 3 and 4 quart, $1 to $2.75  Fountain Syringes, 2,-3 and 4 quart, $1 to $3.25  We will guarantee any of our Red Rubber-Bottles for one year. Each box will       '  ,   be stamped with date of your purchase..  Sent Postpaid ffrany Address  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY,  ^  r  Delicious  stews, soups, entrees or f rica-  seees made from meats or fowl  from our market it would be  hard to spoil in the making".  The quality and flavor of high  grade tneatfi will always tell  even with poor cooking. You  will find the best that is raised at this market, and always  tender and of fine flavor. How  about a chicken or steak for  your dinner today?  P. BURNS & CO.  Copper Street,  9 B. C.  SOME RESOURCES  OF GREENWOOD  Gold, Silver, Copper and Coal Mines.���  Fruit Farms, Cattle Ranches, Logging Camps, Railways, Stages,  Good Roads, Live and Energetic Business Men.  L,  8  (Continued front last week )  Greenwood has three chartered  banks doing business in town, and  these banks have international reputations, with branches scattered all over  the Dominion of Canada, and in the  States. This is.a splendid record for  a small mining town and affords the  safe transference of money from any  part of the globe to this copper producing center. In November, 1898,  before, the C. P. R. had tapped the  huge mineral resources.of the Boundary, Greenwood was a busy mining  center, and attracted the attention of  investors and mining men from all  parts of the world, but there were no  banks. One cold frosty morning, in  the middle of the month, the citizens  of Greenwood awoke to find the  Canadian Bank of Commerce with a  shingle out, ready to do business, in  what had been the day before a restaurant and lunch counter, on Greenwood street. The same morning, in  November, 1898, the Bank of British North America displayed a sign  over the entrance to a billiard parlor  on Copper street, with a full staff  complement. Two days later the  Bank of Montreal appeared on the,  scene, and for want of better accommodation commenced business over  the meat block in the butcher shop  then'run by Kerr Bros, on" Copper  street The race for Greenwood's  bank accounts was over; it only remained to find suitable sites and buildings, and this was done within a few.  weeks.   Bank of Montreal  The  Bank  of Montreal  is Canada' s premier bank in age,   in capitalization and'ln prestige, and  is one of  the strongest banking institutions in  the world today.    It was established  in 1817, and incorporated by act of  parliament.    Its   paid   up   capital is  $14,000,000,  rest ��12,000,000 and  undivided profits $388,311.05.    The  head office .is in Montreal. The bank  has 138 branches in Canada, in New  Foundland 2, in Great Britain 1, and  *n the  United   States,   New York,  Chicago   and    Spokane,    besides   a  branch in the City of Mexico.    The  local branch was opened on the 11th  of November, 1898, by G. A. Henderson,   the  manager of the"* Bank of  Montreal,   Vernon.    F. J. Finucane  took charge as manager on November 21,   1898,  and about October,  1899, the bank moved  into  its present spacious quarters on the corner of  Greenwood and Copper streets.   Mr.  Finucane was the bank's manager until April, 1903, when Le B. deVeber  took his place on "his departure for  Spokane, where he became manager  of the branch opened there.    In December.    1904,   Mr.    deVeber  was  moved to Nelson, and W. F. Proctor,  formerly of the Vancouver branch,  assumed 'the   position  of -manager.  Wherever the  Bank  of Montreal  is  established   it   always  does a  sound  banking business, and the Greenwood  branch is no  exception.    The  existence of a brahch of the world known  bank in Greenwood is an honor to the  town.    Mr. W. F. Proctor, the local  manager, is ready to transact business  of every nature  in  banking  for the  benefit of the bank and the accommo  dation of its clients.    The  bank staff  consists of J. F. S. Gillum, accountant; J. J. Rochon, ledger keeper, and  C. J. Eales,  messenger.    The  bank  has a charming manager's* residence  in Greenwood, where Mr. and Mrs.  W. F. Proctor entertain frequently.  street, London,. England; the head  office in Canada, - St. James street,  Montreal. This bank has a paid up  capital and reserve of over #7,000,-  000. There are 63 branches of the  B. N. A. in Canada, all doing a  landoffice business. The Greenwood  branch was opened November, 1898,  by W. Godfrey, of the Vancouver  branch, and W. F. Oliver, of the  Rossland branch, who is now stationed in New York. The first  manager was F. T. Short. James  Anderson followed Mr. Short. On  Mr. Anderson's promotion W. G.'H.  Belt assumed the local management.  Mr. Belt later became inspector, and  H. F. Stow, the genial, and affable  present manage who hast Been with  the local branch since its establishment, is one of Greenwood's old  timers, and is always" open to accommodate the bank's patrons to theUit-  most. As an old Rossland hockey  club player he has always interested  himself in local hockey and e.very  form of manly sport. He is assisted  by M. D. Macpherson, another  obliging old countryman. Mr Stow  was for some time connected With the  Dawson branch, making the trip over  the Chilcoot Pass in the first rush to  the Klondyke. Later he was ion the  bank's staff in San FranciscOifWhere  he was married. FredHolmes acts as  the B. N. A. messenger and has been  associated with the bank for many  years.  OLD TIMER  SAYS GOOD BYE  W. T. Hunter, tbe bead of the  well known firm�� the Hunter-  Kendrick company, general merchants, of Greenwood, has gone  to Vancouver, to engage in a  manufacturing business in that  city, and we hope, to make many  millions in the next few years.  Mr. Hunter came to Greenwood  in the early days, and showed his  zeal and faith in the mines by  erecting a most substantial two  storey brick block on our main  street, and establishing a most  up-to-date general merchandise  business. W. T., as he was popularly known, alHo inveRted large  sums of money in land in this  district, and in mining property  and development of the same.  Recently Mr. Hunter disposed of  his dry gcods and grocery business, and the Hunter-Kendrick  Co., now under the management  of J. Saunders, is purely a hardware firm, with an excellent stock  and fine display of all manner of  hardware and mining necessities.  Mr. Hunter will be greatly missed.  His was a most congenial personality, and while we are sorry to  see the head of a leading firm  move away, it was generally conceded that there was not large  enough scope here for his able  executive ability. We feel sure  that Vancouver will be the gainer by the enterprise of Mr. Hunter,  and wish him, and his, every possible success and good fortune.  The Empress Manufacturing Co.,  of Vancouver, with which Mr.  Hunter has now associated himself, will receive a new impetus,  and will become a most prominent business concern in the years  to come. Mrs. Hunter and the  boys will also be greatly missed.  Their big house on Kimberly avenue already looks very empty and  lonesome.  LIBERALS  HOLD MEETINGS  The Liberal A<����.cM<i<.n meeting on Saturday was hflcl in the  Association Committee rooms in  the Rendell block and was  laTgely attended }��y a representative number of Li'eraIs. Delegates were a pros:: ted f��ir ;i convention tomorrow ruubt. A resolution, end'>.-fhj�� Juhn Oliver  as tbe new K-atier ot i-i.e party.  was passed.  Meetings tvere ��!��.o keld at  various points (hiring toe week  for the. e!re:ion of delegates and  a large attendance at the convention is asvi'-pd.  THG SHOW  TEN YEARS AGO  Bank of B. N. A.  The Bank of British North America was established in 1836, and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1840.  The head   office is  5 Gracechurch  Bank of Commerce  The Canadian Bank of Commerce  was established in 1867,   and has 200  branches in Canada,   more  than any  other bank in the Dominion.    The  head office is at Toronto.    This bank  bought out the  Bank of British Columbia some years ago, and has now  a paid  up capital  of   210,000,000,.  with a  reserve  fund of $6,000,000.  B. E. Walker is the president.    The  Bank of Commerce has five branches  in the  United  States and a London  office, on Lombard  street.    It is the  bank of the British Columbia government,   and locally the bank  of the  B. C. Copper Co. and  the new Dominion   Copper   Co.      Opened   in  Greenwood  in  November, 1898, by  H.    H.    Morris,   superintendent  of  Pacific  Coast  branches,   assisted  by  Andrew  Scott.     The  first  manager  was D. A. Cameron, who is now inspector in Toronto.    H.   F.   Smythe  was the next manager.    Mr. Smythe  was most popular in  Greenwood and  much regret was expressed  when he  died here after a long and  painful illness.    H.   R.   Davidson,  now manager in New  Westminster,   followed  Mr.   Smythe,   and  later H. Mytten,  now at Regina, assumed the duties of  manager.    William Allison, who was  a great favorite   in  Greenwood, was  the  next  manager,   and  was a most  popular man.    The present manager,  J.   T.   Beattie,   took  Mr.   Allison's  place   in   November,   1906.      Mr.  Beattie has maintained the bank's position in Greenwood and is a splendid  rustler  for the  bank's best interests.  J.   E.   Cather  and R. McCutcheon  complete the  staff.    The  Canadian  Bank of Commerce is located  in the  Flood block, on  Copper  street, adjoining the Bank  of  British  North  America.  This article continued next week.  NOTICE  A Liberal convention will be  held Saturday night, at 8 o'clock,  to nominate a candidate, in the  comittee rooms, Rendell block.  Fall and wintefgbods arriving daily.  Barclay & Co.  (From Boundary Creek Times of Oct. 28 1899.)  The Hunter-Kendrick block is  being veneered with brick.  On the Oro Denoro drifting is  being done at the 210ft. level.  Three carloads of machinery  have arrived for the B. C. mine.  The Calumet-Hecla dinner at  the Clarendon was a great success.  F. C. Barnard and Mr. Marpole  have decided to rebuild the  Windsor hotel.  J. C, Haas has returned from  the east, where he floated the  Golconda mining company.  The 0. P. R. president and a  large number of C. P. R. officials  visited Greenwood this week.  The Carpenters and joiners of  Greenwood met Thursday night  and formed a permanent organization, with a roll of 45 members.  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  The vaudeville show on Tuesday   night was  really   first-class.  Fred Stansfield as tbe "Country  Boy" made a good impression.  He is one of the for^nvist comedians in the states and always  pleases.  W. M. Hall, America's greatest  mimic, made a big hit. Ilis imitations of birds and animals was  wonderful.  Miss Lora Lorraigne sang most  sweetly. She has an excellent  voice.  The funny one-act farce "Bill's  Ghost," caused roars of laughter.  An entire change of program  next Tuesday, November 2.  Two hours of fun. Prices 35c.  and 25c.  Five dollars in gold given to  the holder of the lucky ticket  number at the Big Union shew.  Greenwood Auditorium, November 2.  JACKSON NOMINATED  BACK FROM  John Frost re'urued on Tuesday from Sturneon Lake. Ont.,  where he has been devolijyin"; the  bur iron dc-pisils ow.ioil bv ;i 1<��-  c 11 syndicciti', in which h,- i- a  birtfo linl'ler. 'I'mo "iv is :> ^'-cc-  ular lioma'i'p an.i cHTie> f-. m + >  to 70 per c-:nt |>ur<�� iroi, is l<��w in-  phosphorous ;��rfd carrios no sulphur or titanium. T-'ie indicate  owns c)ilO >c<-f s. 10 miles north <>f  the Grand Trunk Pacific. Mr.  Frost, bet'nrf: returning to Greenwood, visited P^rl Arthur, Du-  lu h and tho :r -n mines of Minnesota.  COAST NEWS  'rh<: Vancouver opera house  has or.ee m >re changed hands.  Victoria is just now the hub of  B.   C,   and   November   25th   the  date to buy M   P   P. rickets.  <  The provincial tmvernment will  sell bv auction. November 15th,  another parcel of land on Point  Grey.  The famous cartoonist aculen-  tertainer, T. VV. Hengough, will  arrive from Austraha December  1st. 1909, and will open at Vancouver a short farewell tour of  Western Canada.  A BIRTHDAY PARTY  J. R. Jackson, of Midway, an old  timer in the Boundary, was elected  the Conservative candidate at the.convention held in the committee rooms  on Wednesday evening.  SOUTH AFRICA  The London Daily Telegraph  savs that Herbert J. Gladstone  will be the first governor general  of United Souib Africa.  SOCIALIST   NOMINATION  All letters and communications  addressed to tbe Editor of this  paper, that accompany requests  for publication, unless signed by  the writers, will receive no consideration whatsoever. And those  communications which bear the  signature of tbe perpeirators will  receive the same treatment; if  iheir purport is to vilify or be  little, hurt or damage any individual for private or personal gratification.  George Heatherton has received the Socialist nomination  for Greenwood Electoral  riding.  A beggar appealed to a passer  by. but the "gentleman" would  not part. "Clothes don't make  the man," said the bum, with a  sigh, "my pants may be patched  and somewhat awry, but they  covers a real honest heart.  Mrs, Spooner was ihe hostess  at a most enjoyable birthday  party, last Sa'urday, October  23rd, at her home at the Sunset  mine. Thirty guests sat down to  a most elaborate dinner, in the  real old country style, and much  praise was bestowed on Mrs.  Spooner for her painstaking preparations and splendid repast.  After dinner, song followed song,  old country games and all manner  of jollification combined to make  the evening one to be' long remembered by fhiose present. The  earlv dawn lighted the happy  birthday party home.  REV. M'KEE RESIGNS  The Rev. M. D. McKee has resigned his charge of the Green-  wood Presbyterian church, but  may be appointed in the near  future to a mission in another  part of B. C. Mr. and Mrs. McKee have been residents of Greenwood for some vears, aud much  regret is felt at their departure.  The Rev. S. Lundie has been appointed to act as moderator in the  Greenwood vacancy.  VACANCY FILLED  A chaperone is merely a fender  for keeping a girl from colliding  with the wrong man.  Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Goods. Large  selection.    Barclay & Co.  For stylish Millinery. Barclay & Co.  Price Ellison, who has represented the Okanagan since 1898,  has been appointed minister of  lands for B. C.  For Sale or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.    A.   L.   White,  Phone 16.  COURT OF ASSIZE  The Grand jury returned true  bills in two cases, on Tuesday, at  Greenwood court house, Rex vs.  Joe Matich, and Rex vs. Steve  Basta. The prisoners having  forefeited their bail, notice was  served on the two sureties to  show cause why the $100 bail in  each case should not be estreated.  Boots and Shoes for ladies and children, alt sizes, and prices the lowest  Barclay & Co.  Buy winter goods from Barclay &  Co.    rhey will save"yon money.  The Strongest Guarantee  Ever put on a Wood Stove is behind  Cole's Air Tight 1!  These are the reasons we took on this stove and the reasons we recom'  mend it to you:  1. It Is guaranteed to remain airtight as lone as used.  This is positive assurance of permanent satisfaction, for  a 'ion-air tight wood stove is as useless as a watch without a main sprint;.  2. It is a perfect radiator of heat. riving off all the heat  produced by the fire. The heat from burning a single  newspaper can be felt across a room.  3. It holds fire over night with light wood, cobs or  trash. The fire is never out���and by simply putting In a  little fresh fuel in the morning,^-oii can heat up a room  I do in zero to &0 degrees In five minutes' time.  4. It sells at a reasonable price���S3 up���and every size  stove is covered by the guaranty.  5. It burns wood and any kind of lighter fuel. cobs,  rubbish, etc.  6. Its features arc all patented and have been widely  Imitated but never duplicated. This zvauld-de theft of the  desirable points is so strong a testimonial in favor of  Cole's Original Air Tiirlit Wood Stove as to have been  a deciding point ia our b:.�� r'''chase.  7. Made by one of the greatest stove concerns on  earth, one whose guaranty is as good as this government's.  Remember Price���$3 up  Each  Stove  Guaranteed  We have the exclusive   agency  for Cole's  Air Tight Wood Stoves.  You cannot buy them anywhere else.  FOR SALE BY THE  HE -.i ~-  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  m mmmmfmm^^^ &  <r*  (r*  <r*  Or-*  0=*  <r*  >=5  (r*  <r*��  <r��  <r~  <r~  o.  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Lobd Strathcoma and Mount Royal. G.C. M. G.  President:   Sir Gborqk A. Drummonii.K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    Sir E. S. Clouston, Bart  Branches in London, Eng. \ AUV&nSSL \ Sew York, Chicago.  Huy and sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partfrf the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *=0  "���=2  *r5  ^immmmmmmmmwmiimmiiwm.  THE BANK OF  absolutely necessary to have all  changes of advertisements the  early part of the week, and those  who have any special notices,,  which they want inserted in the  week's issue, must have the copy  at the office by Wednesday forenoon. We shall be glad to accommodate our advertisers and  readers as far as possible, but we  look for a like accommodation  from them. We have no time to  hunt up changes of advertisements. Bring them to the editor,  and he will do the rest.  28,000.000, to be expended in railway and other construction within  (he-next four years.  73 Years In Business. Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  The Saving Habit  is the foundation of  independence.  Begin saving now  by opening an account with the Bank of British  North America and making regular Weekly or  Monthly deposits.  $i.oo starts a Savings Account and Interest  is compounded at highest current rates.  Greenwood BranctwH. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.  H.  HALLETT  Hakkistrk. Solicitor,  Not a rv Ptblic.  Cahle Address:       ���' Ham.ktt."  I Bedford  M'NeilPs  Count > Mureiiiif * Wal's  / briber s  Greenwood, B. C.  JOHN D. SPENCE.  Uarkistkk  and Solicitor,  Rende'l   Block.,  Greenwood, B. C  C. AE. ^HAW,  Dom nion  and  Pnovinciai.  i.a.m) sukveyor,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. O. Bo.  ,;7. Plume 32.  as his supporters will, when the  contest is over The losing- man  has a pat coming too���from both  sides.  POLICE PROTECTION  FRIEOOLPH WERNER.  Graduate or Karsstadt, Sw.,  (.'onskkvatok v.  Will be t.\icliiiijr     i.itmund  Violin in   (Ireen-  wimiiI every Monday and Tuenday.  WILLI AVI FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  g^Spi'    BOUr-DAI-V   VALLEY   LODGE  "-Asm*^ No. 38.1.0.0. F.  Mrei*  e\<-rj    'liie��<la\    hveiiin|�� al  HUH  in   the  I    O. i'.  K    Hall.     A   cordial   invi thtliin ifi ex  lemlnil lit all soj<>iirn:iiy t.rpiherD.  ALLSliKT LOGAN, KHED H. HOLMES,  N. (i. V. ��..  F. EUWARD BROWN, Rec. Sec.  i;b��  Boundary Creek Times  Issued �����?ery f ridav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pkk Yeak        2 00  Siz Months         I 25  To  FORRION  COUNTKIKB-     2 SO  FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1900.  A CLEAN CAMPAIGN  Whatever are your political  views, whatever side you may  take in the coming- provincial  election, it is encumbent on all  who take part in the campaign  we are about to enter upon, to  maintain a gentle-manly attitude  throughout toward those to  whose politics we are opposed.  At least, let there be no mud-  slinging and no personalities  either on the platform or the  street.  It is quite right and proper to  pull hard and boost for the man  we want to win, but it is not decent to rake up by-gonen or use  personalities in a campaign between friends. And this Riding  consists of men who maintain  friendly relations the year out in  their business transactions, so it  is up to all to work hard for their  respective candidates in a friendly  hA gentlemanly way.  \~ | | the   best   man   win,   and  who  did  not   vote for him  fta on the back as   heartily  1  Residents ot Greenwood are  most certainly entitled to police  protection, by day as well as by  night. Last week two common  drunks made the main street impassible during the morning and  afternoon by their insulting language and general behaviour,  and ladies were in danger of insult, or at least a most disagreeable encounter, by no action being tak^n to clear the main street  of the two too happy celcbrators.  Also a well known lady and her  little girl were persued by an unknown ruffian, on their way to  meet the afternoon train.  While we have supposedly a  night patrol of the town, by day,  should any disagreeable person  be abroad, we are not provided  with anv police protection.  Chief Bunbury, of the Provincial Police, has a very large territory to lake care of, and Greenwood, while-it is his headquarters, is not, rightly speaking, his  duty to police. This is a municipality, and as such it is up to the  town's special police officers to  see that women are not subjected  to annoyances by night or day.  We understand, however, that  Mr Bunbury has offered to look  after the welfaie of Greenwood's  good name by day, assisted by his  staff, if the city will maintain  that degree of order by night  which has always been our proud  boast.  This is a most generous offer,  as it is not rightly Mr. Bunburv's  duty to do the city work. But it  is to be hoped that it will mean  an end to annoyances in Greenwood in broad daylight and restore the confidence of the ladies  of Greenwood, enjoyed by them  for so long.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  The Czar of Russia is visiting  Italy.    The  Spanish  ministry has resigned.  The   Aeronette   is   the   latest  Parisian dance.  Moret Y Prendergast is Spain's  new premier.  Mount Vesuvius is once more  in active eruption.  Premier McBride will assist the  1912 Selkirk exposition.  Field Marshall Lord Kitchener  is visiting the Manchurian battlefields. <-  Russia is increasing in population faster than auy country in  the world.  The Auto club of Canada will  take a course in aviation under  M. Bleriot.  A shoemaker of Colville recently died leaving gold and securities amounting to $35,000.  He was a recluse and supposed to  be in want.  King Edward formally opened  the Royal Edward Institute in  Montreal last week by pressing  an electric button in his library  in England.  The Parisian police have arrested a number of German spies,  who had plans of fortresses and  gun specifications iu their possession to be forwarded to Germany.  TJ. S. Navy department announces that the training ship  Don Juan de Austria on the Great  Lakes, will be equipped with  modern guns. This is a distinct  violation of tbe treaty with Canada.  Captain Beraier will attempt  the North - pole discovery for  Canada. Sir Wilfrid Laurier has  given him a liberal commission  to go there, and he will do it  without any controversy as a sequel.  With the closing of the Alaska-  Yukon-Pacific 'exposition, Washington State university, on whose  campus the fair was- held, becomes a large beneficiary. The  board of regents inherit property  valued   at   $1,658,088       Of this  Earthquake has caused terrific  havoc in Baluchistan, northern  India, last week.  amount, $600,000' represents permanent buildings erected by the  state and loaned to the fair; $207,-  935 represents ~ semipermanent  buildings put up bv the state now  available for the university and  the balance consists of improvements to the campus and structures put up by other interests,  which have been bequeathed to  the university. This makes the  Seattle institution one of the best  equipped in the whole country.  Some of us never get beyond  the kindergarten- grade in school  of experience. -.'.  Silence I  The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a  great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women  shrink, from the -personal questions' of "the local physician  which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is ab-  ' horrent to them; rind so they endure in silence e condition  of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse,  It has been Dr. Pierce's privi/eee to cure a  ireat many women who have, found a refuse  tor' modesty In his offer of FREE consulta* ���  tion by letter. All correspondence is held  as sacredly confidential. Address Dr. a. V.  Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y.'.-.'.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates  the womanly functions, abolishes pain and. builds up and  puts the finishing touch of. health on every, weak woman  who gives it a fair trial..  It Ulakes Weak Women Strong,  Sick Women Well.  T-iu can't afford to accept a secret nostrum ae a substitute  i      chia non-alcoholic medicine op known composition.  Proper attention to the hair  and scalp is the best preventive  of baldness. An occasional application of Bearine Hair Pomade keeps the scalp in healthy  condition. It nourishes the  hair folicles and supplements  the natural oil of the head.  Bearine not only prevents falling hair but stimulates new-  growth. 50 cts a jar at your  druggists.  A simple effective remedy for many little  ills as well as some that are not considered  little: A compound with a Vaselinebase, in  conjunction vrith Japanese Menthol and'  otlierdrues makiacan efficacious remedyfor  Sore Thront,  Burns, Braises.  Strains. Sprains,  as well as for Insect Bites, Cuts, etc.  Just the thine for���campers, hunters, as  well asjor those that stay at home,  25c a box.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE, Monties.1.  d^  Saynopsis oi Canadian M-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  CLEAN UP  Snow will be here permanently  before many days, so get your  yards cleaned up before it arrives.  Don't leave it till spring. The  snow covers a multitude of tins  as a rule in this town, and when  it disipates in the spring every  abomination is exposed, wet and  unburnable and disgusting. 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''  HE bell was tapping In  the steeple of the little  Catholic church on the  ,  edge of the town, and  the mellow tone came  .   clearly up the slope of  the niojQntaln where once more the one  time partner of Prendergast stood on  the threshold of the lonely cabin, sentinel over the mounds of yellow gravel  that marked Mb toll.  The returned wanderer bad met with  a distinct surprise In the town. As he'  passed through the streets more than  one bad nodded or bad spoken his  name, and the recognition bad sent a  glow to his cheek and a lightness to  bis step.  Since the daring feat in the automobile tbe tone of the gossip .had changed.  His name was no longer connected  wl,��h the sluice robberies. The lucky  find, too, constituted a material boom  tor Smoky Mountain and bettered the  stock In its hydraulic enterprises, and  this had been written on the credit  side of the ledger. Opinion, so all powerful in a new community, had altered.  All this he who had been tbe outcast  could not guess, but he felt the change  ' with, satisfaction.  Till the sun was low be sat In tbe  cabin thinking. At length he called  tbe dog and fastened it In Its accustomed place and began slowly to climb  the steep ascent toward tbe Knob.  When he came to a certain vine grown  trail that met the main path be turned  .".aside. Here lay the spot where be had  |.&rst spoken with ber. face to face.  Here she had told him there was uoth-  Ving In his past which could not be  buried and forgotten.  .'As ha parted the bushes and stepped  into ihe narrow space beside the Jutting ledge he stopped short with an  exclamation. The place was no longer  a tangle of .vines. A grave bad been  lately made there, and behind it, fresh  chiseled Ir^the rock, was a statue���a  figure' seated, chin on band, as if regarding the nearby mound- As in a  dream lie realized that Its features  -were bis own. Awestruck, tbe living  man drew near.  ���, 'It .was Jessica's conception of the  prodigal son as she bad modeled it In  AsiBton In her blindness, after Hugh's  early return to  the house in tbe  aspens. David  Stires had pointed out the distant  Knob as a spot  in which be  would choose to  be buried, and tbe  wish bad been  observed. Her  sorrow for bis  death had been  deepened by tbe  thought that tbe  end had come too  w suddenly for Da-  ,*y vld Stires to have  ( reinstated his son.  This sorrow had  Tht U��tnfi��wmdrew posted     one  . r comfort-that  he  "had known at the last and had forgiven Hugh. Of this >she could assure  him when he returned, for fihe could  not really believe���so deep Is the heart  , ot a woman���that he would not return.  In the days of vigil she had found relief In the rough, hard work of the mal-  letcr None had Intruded in that out of  the way spot, save that one day Mrs.  Halloran. led by curiosity to see the  grave of tbe rich man whose whinV.lt  had been to be buried on the mountain  side, had found her at her work, and  her Jessica had pledged to silence. She  wa�� no fool, was Mrs. Halloran, and  to learn the same of the dead man was  to put two and two together. Her  motherly heart overflowed to the girl  who worked each day at that self appointed task. Only the afternoon before JesBlca bad finished carving ithe  words on the base of the statue on  which the look of the-startled man  was now resting: "I will arise and go  ^urrto my father.''  "The gazer turned from the words,  quick question, to the mound.  He came close and in the fading light  looked at the name on the low headstone. So be had come too late! If  ta could only have learned the truth  earlier! If be might only- put back  the bands of the clock!  Hours went by. At length he rose  .to his feet, his Umbs cramped and stiffened, and made bis way back to tbe  lonely cabin on. the hillside. There  be found fuel, kindled a blase in the  fireplace and cooked bis frugal supper.  ; He.thought of the losing battle he  bad fought there once before, when  tempest shrieked without���the battle  ���which had ended to defeat He  thought of tne will be, had seen, now  -needed with the great'seal of death.  :fE��iras the shorn beggar, she ths^ben-  eficfary. What duty she bad.owe&nis  father was ended now. Desolate she  might be~ta need, of a hand to guide  and guard���but line was beyond tbe  reaeh of penury. This gave him a  sense of nOpicttoo. Was she. there  <m the mountain at that moment?  At hurt be took Old Deapafs batter-  -ed vloUn from tbe wall and, seattnt  'Ktaself in tbe open doorway, looking1  i;  across me mysterious purple of the  gulches to the skyline sown with  pale stars, drew the bow softly across  the strings. Through manifold variations the music wandered till at  length there came from the hollowed  wood an air that was an unconscious  echo of a forgotten wedding day���"O  perfect love, ajl human thought transcending!" ' . ** ���  The light breeze'that shook' the pine  needles bore the sound far to an ear  that had grown tense with listening���  to one on the ridge above to whom it  had sounded the supreme call of youth  and life. He did not feel her nearer  presence as she stole breathless across  the dark path and stood behind him.  ��� The muBic died, the violin slipped  from beneath hit* chin, the bow dropped and his head fell on his arms.  Then he felt a touch on hla shoulder  and heard the whisper: "Hugh!  Hugh!"  "Jessica!" he cried and sprang to  ills feet  "I have-watched every day add listened every night," she said. "I knew  that you would come���that yon must  rome hack!'';  "If I had. never gone, Jessica!" he  exclaimed.; "Then 1 might have seen  my father..  But 1 didn't know"���  She-clasped her. ;hands, together.  ������You know now? You remember It  alir ���:.-���' .:-::  He shook his head. "I have been  there"���he pointed to the hillside���"and  1 wsir^j. \  "TO* prodigal to yowrtelf."  I have guessed who it Is that lies there.  I know .I sinned against him and  against myself and left him to die unforgiving. That is what - the statue  said to me, as he must have said, *l  am no more worthy to be called thy  son.*" . ������.-:' -'.,'.  ���'Ah,'* she cried, "he knew and he  forgave you, Hugh! His last thought  was of your coming. That is why 1  carved the figure there."  "You carved It?" he exclaimed. She  bent her. forehead to his hands "as tbey  clasped her own.    "The prodigal la yourself," she said  "I.: modeled It .once before when you  came back to him, in the time you.have  forgotten. Bufy' destroyed If���the  words were very, low Nnbw���"on my  wedding day."  His bands released hers, and, looking  up, she saw, even in the moonlight-  that with: the, last word his face bad  gone ghastly white. At the sight timidity, maidenly reserve, fell, and all the  woman in her rushed uppermost She  lifted her arms and clasped his face.  "Hugh," she cried, "can't you remember? Don't you understand? Think!  I was blind, dear, blind. A white  bandage was across my eyes, and you  came to me In a shaded room. Why  did you come to me?"  A spark seemed to dart through his  brain like the prickling discharge from  a Leyden jar. He saw himself stand-"  Ing, facing a figure with bandaged  eyes. He saw the bandage torn oft,  felt that yielding body in his arms,  heard a voice ���ber voice ��� crying:  "Hugh, Hugh! My husband!" and felt  those lips pressed to his own in the  tense air of a darkened room.:  A cry broke from bis lips: "Yes, y^s,  1 remember! Jessica, my wife!" HLs  arms went round her, and, with a little  sob, she nestled close to him on the  doorstep.  '-���'.-"*.'.    ��� ���     ���       ���       .������   '. ���  That hour on the mountain side under the stars had left Harry possessed  of a melee of perplexing emotions.  Dreaming and waking Jessica's face  hung before bis eyes, her voice sounded In his ear. The future held no longer any doubt; It held only, her: Where  was that future- to be? Back In the  city to which bis painful curiosity had  so lately driven him? This lay no  longer In bis own choice. It was for  her to decide now���Jessica, his wife.  He looked up transfixed, for she  stood there before him ankle deep in a  brown whirlwind of leaves from a  frost stung^oak, ber hand to her cheek  In an adorable gesture that he knew,  her lips parted and eager.  "I wanted so to find you," she said.  "I hare so many, ��any things to say."  "It is all wonderfully strange and  new." he said. "It Is as though I had  rubbed Aladdin's lamp and suddenly  had my heart's desire.. How could I  have thrown my pearl away?"'  "We are- not to think of that" she  protested, "never, never any more."  "You are right," he rejoined cheerfully. "It is what is to come that we  must think of." He paused an instant;  then be said:  "Last night when you told me of the  white house in the aspens I did not tell  you that I had just come from therefrom Anlston."  She made an exclamation ef wondec  "Tell me," she said.  Sitting with her hand In Ids, he told  of that night's experiences, tbe fear  that had beld him as be gazed at her  portrait to the library, tbe secret of  the Korean desk that had solaced his  misery and sent him back to the father he was not to see.  At mention of the will she threw out  her hand with a~ passionate gesture.  "Tbe money Is not mine!" she cried.  "It Is yours! He Intended to change  It! He told me so the day he died!  Oh, if you think I"���  "No, no," he said gently. "There is  no resentment ao faise*pride, in my  love, Jessica. I am thinking of you  and of Anlston. You would have me  go back, would you not?"  She looked up, smiling, and slowly  shook her head. "You are a blind  guesser," she said. "Don't you think  I know what is In. your mind? Not  Anlston, Hugh. Some time, but -not  now���not yet It is nearer than'that"  '"His eyes flowed into hers. "You understand. .Yes, it is here-- This is  Where I must finish my fight first  Yesterday 1 would have left Smoky  mountain forever because you were  here.   Now"���  "I will help you," she said. "All  the world besides counts nothing" if  only we are together. I could live in  a cabin here on tbe mountain always.  In a forest of Arden, till I grow old  and want nothing but that���and you."  As he did not answer, she faced him  with crimsoning cheeks; then, reading  his look, she suddenly threw her arms  'about his neck.  "Hngh," she cried, "we belong to  each other now! There is no one else  to consider, is there? I want to be to  you what I haven't been���to bear  things with you and help you!"  He kissed her eyes and hair. "You  have helped, you do help me, Jessica!"  he urged. "But I am jealous for your  love. It must not be offended. Tbe  town of Smoky Mountain must not  sneer���and it would sneer now."  "Let It!" she exclaimed resentfully  "As if I .would care!"  "But I would care,'? he said softly  "I want to climb a little higher first"  She was silent a moment her Angers  twisting the fallen leaves. "You don't  want them to know that I am your  wife?"  "Not yet���Oil I can See my way."  She nodded and smiled, and the  iloud lifted from her face. "You must  know best," ihe said. "This is what  I shall do, then. I shall leave the sanitarium tomorrow. The people there  are nothing to me, but the town of  Smoky Mountain is yours, and I must  be a part of it too. I am going to the'  Mountain Valley House. Mrs. Halloran will take care of me." She sprang  to her feet as she added, "I shall go  to see her about it now."  He rose and walked with her through  the bracken to the road. They came  out to the driveway just below the  trail that led to the Knob. The  bank was high, and, leaping first be  held up his arms to her and lifted ber  lightly down. In tbe instant as she  lay in his arms he bent and kissed ber  on the lips.  Neither noted two figures' walking  together that at that moment rounded  the bend of the road a little way above.  They were Tom Felder and Dr. Brent  Both men saw the kiss and instinctively drew back. The doctor noted now.  the telltale flush on his companion's  face.  "We have surprised a romance," he  said as the two unconscious figures  disappeared down the curving stretch.  "Who is t��e man?"  "He is the one we have been talking  about"  ..'��� Felder nodded.    "His cabin Ib just  below here on the hillside."  "Good Lord!" ejaculated the doctor.  "What an Infernal pity! What's his  name?"  "Hugh Stires."  "Stires?'"the other repeated. "Stires?  How odd!" He stood a moment tapping his suit case with his stick. Suddenly he took the lawyer's arm and  led bun Into the sidepath.  "Come," be said, "1 want to show  you something."  He led the way quickly to the Knob,  where he stopped, as much astonished  as his companion, for he had known  nothing of the statue. They read the  words chiseled on its base. "The prod-.  IgaJl son," said Felder.  "Now look at the name on the head  stone,'' said the physician.  Felder's glance lifted from the stone  to peer through the screening bushes  to the cabin on tbe shelf below and  returned to the other's face with quick  comprehension.   "You think"���  "Who could doubt it? 'I will arise  and go unto my father.' The old man's  whim to be burled here bad a meaning, after alL The statue Is Miss  Holme's work���nobody In Smoky  Mountain could do It���and I've Been  her modeling in clay at the sanitarium.  W-hat we saw just now is the key to  what might have been a pretty riddle  If we bad ever looked farther than  onr noses. It's a case of a clever rascal and damnable propinquity. The  ward has fallen in love with the black  sheep."  Jk  ALLELUJAH JONES  was In his element  With his wheezy melo-  deon, his gasoline flare  and blB wild earnestness,   he   crowded   tbe  main street of tbe little mining town.  He had not lacked for listeners here.  for he was a new sensation.   When bo  lit bis flare in tbe courthouse square-  (Continned next week.)  FOf RhSUHJatism it ib not necessary  to go to Hot Springs. Just use "The  D. & L." Menthol Plaster and results  will be satisfactory. 25c. at druggists.  Davis & Lawrence Co.  Quite frequently a financier  finds himself in tbe subcellar after  t-ying to get in on tbe grpund  floor.  IMINES AND MINING I  �� s  Gold was first found in Georgia  in 1828.  ���  F. Moore has discovered copper  ore close to Kenora, Ont  The  Le  Roi Two gross yield  for September was $7f>,275.  The G. T. P. will build a  branch line ~to tap the Telkwa  ���coal deposits.  Mr. and Mrs. Finlay, �� f the  Cresenfe mine, werve visitors to  town last week.  The second payment has been  made on the Golden Fawn in  Sheep Creek district.  The Mining Operating Co., at  Ruby, Wash., is installing machinery on its property,  viewing the success of the exposition, the Post-Intelligencer says:  "As a simple matter of justice,  it ought to be said that the newspapers of the state have helped  to make it a success; indeed, no  other single influence has contributed more to $he success of the  exposition than the influence of  the intelligent ar.d progressive  newspaper-makers of tbe state.  MOTHER EARTH  ��� Cornelius Murphy, awell known  Slocau prospector, was drowned  last week in the Naas river.  The diameter of the earth is  7.913 miles, and its circumference  24,899 miles. It weight is six  thousand billion million tons. We  are told by Flammarioti, the great  French astronomer, that the star  Arcturus is 6.%0.000,000 miles or  more in diameter. If it takes us  42 days to go round our little  spheroid home how long would  it take us to make a qu'ck trip  around Arcturus provided the C.  P. R. service there is as good as  it is here.  Steel Range  IS!  <d  _^>  The Granby mines at Phoenix  shipped 27,573 tons of ore to  Grand Forks last week. A record.  Read the notice of meeting of  the Elkhorn Mining company  and if you are a shareholder be  sure to attend.  Ben Stout and Lewis Cook  have a.large showing of zinc ore  on the New England group, on  Deep creek, near Northport.  H. A. Guess, formerly 6f the  Boundary, has an excellent article on ore. dressing" in the Oct.  16, issue of the Mining World.  George Heim, the Kaiser's  diamond expert in German  Southwest Affrica has been arrested. He defrauded the Colonial Mining company of $75000 in  diamonds.  It is reported that the Riff  mines, which were the cause of  war between Spain- and the Riffs,  have been sold by the Sultan to  a German company.  In Scotland and New Zealand  where there are no known petroleum deposits, a remarkable substitute has been found in the '  existence of immense deposits of  bituminous shales. These are  milled' and distilled for oil, and  for a great number of secondary  products.  The growth of the Japanese  copper industry has been remarkable in the past ten years, increasing from a production of 27,-  560 pounds to 44,751,722 pounds  a year, and giving it rank as. the  fourth largest producer in the  world. There.are about 200 copper mines on the J apanese islands,  the Ashio, in the province of  Shimotsake, being the largest,  and the Kosaka, in the Rikuchu  district, coming second. Both of  these mines are now producing  about 1,000,000 pounds of fine  copper a month, and net their  operators close to $4,000,000 a  year. It is generally known that  tbe Japanese use the most up-to-  date methods and employ engineers of high technical skill.  Avoid alcoholic and capsicum tonics  which burn hair and scalp. Use Bearine, a bear's grease pomade, which  feeds the roots and makes hair grow.  The, official figures show that  3,740,551 persons passed through  the exposition gates during its  138 days. The gross income to  date amounts to $1,519,438.14,  which will read a million and a  half when all collections have  been made. Admissions netted  $1,096,475, the remainder coming  from concessions, revenues and  other rentals. After all debts'  have been paid; at least $100,000  will be left to apportion among  the original stockholders.    In re-'  Burns,   bites,   bruises  and  boils  Davis Menthol Salve will soo'.he and  heal them all.   25c. a tin at druggists.  CURE   THAT   OBSTINATE  SORE  Where Ordinary Salve fail Zam-Buk  Succeeds  Chronic sores which cause trouble  by "breaking open," tnay be cured by  Zam-Buk, as well as recent injuries  and diseases. If you suffer from some  old sore���hidden, peraps, but none the  less painful for that���don't dally,  apply Nature's healing essences as  provided in Zam-Buk. Mrs. I. EJ.  Ash ton, of 111, Vickers Street, Fort  William, tells bow valuable Zam-Buk  is as a family balm. She says-.' "We  first used Zam-Buk for cuts and  bruises, etc., and found it so satisfactory that my husband started using it  for a chronio sore. For a long time  he had been bothered with an old sore  on his leg, and had used various preparations, yet nothing had permanently cured it. He began applying  Zam-Buk balm, and was very soon  agreeably surprised to notice a great  improvement.  "It was only a matter of a short time  before Zam-Buk had thoroughly  cleansed the sore of all foul matter and  healing commenced. It is now some  months since the sore was completely  closed, and there is no likelihood of it  breaking out again.  "Since then my baby, eighteen  months old, has been cured by eczema  on the. scalp by Z��m Buk. This eczema came in red pimples, and if rubbed or scratched, formed into sores.  The child waB very fretful from the  irritation of the scalp, but whenever  Zam-Buk was applied it seemed to  bring the greatest relief. Frequent  applications were effective in clearing  all traces of the disease from the  baby's scalp in a short space of time.  I feel it my duty to give the credit  wher.j due, and I cheerfully recommend  Zam-Buk to all sufferers from chronic  sores, bad leg, or eczema."  Zam-Buk is Nature's own healing  balm, being composed of pure herbal  essences. It is a sure cure for eczema  ringworm, ulcers, cuts, burns, bruises,  poisoned sores, chronic wounds, bad  leg, piles, festering sores, chapped  hands' cold sores, frost-bite' and all  skin injuries and diseases. Druggists  and stores everywhere sell at SOc. a  box, or post free for price from. Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto; 3 boxes $1.25. Yo*  Mire warned against harmful imitations  represented to be "just as good."  Hubby���"It becomes veTy trying, my dear. You're always  saying check, check, check. I  feel as if life was a long game of  chess." Wifie���"Well Edward,  if you don't give me something I  shall have to pawn, pawn, pawn,  and it would still be like a game  ofxhess, wouldn't it?"  If you are In a generally "Run  DOWfl" Condition; consequently upon  the effects of la grippe, take "The D.  & L." Emultions. It will soon return  you to health again.  The busiest spot in the world is  said to be in the viciuity of Mansion House, London, where 37  vehicles pass every ininute in the  dav.  The Kootenay  broiler and  toasting1 door is  very spacious.  Large enough  for a feed door.  Free Booklet  on request.  Turn  utton to  open clean-  out door. Use  scraper and  pan, and flues  can be  cleaned  out in  a minute.  CJLaRjli  For sale by the Hunter*Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���-We Can Move Anything  F.  C.  BUCKLESS  PROPRIETOR  r**\r~v  xs&Lassii  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD  OFFICE:    L-   L.   MATTHEWS"   CIGAR  STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  GIULIS & LAING, Prs.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GtVEN That thirty  days after date, I intend to apply to tlie Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the lollowtntr described lands, .situate in the  Greenwood Plstrict:  Commencing'at a p-stat tne southwestcorner  of I<ot 2337, pre-emption, thence east eighty  chains, thence north eighty chains, theuce west  eighty chain., thence south eighty chains to  place of commencement, and containing 6*0  acres  Dated thii�� 19th day of October, WOT.  A. H. NOYES.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That, thirty  days after date, I intend lo apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following described lands, situate in the  Greenwood District:  Commencing- at a post at the southwest comer  of Lot 2331, pre-emption, thence west eighty  chains, thtnee north eighty chains, thence east  eighty chains, thence so��th eifthty chains to  place of commencement, and containing 640  acres.  Dated this 19th day of.iOclober, 1909.  J. H. EAST.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That, thirty  day. after date, t intend to apply to th�� Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Land and Works for a  license toprospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described lands, situate in the Greenwood District:  Commencing at a post at tbe south west corner  of Lot 2337, pre-emption, thence south forty  chains, thence west one hnndred and sixty  chains, thence north forty chains, thence cast  one hundred and .ixty chains to place of commencement, and containing 6-io acres  Dated this 19th day of-Ociober, 1909.  H. BUNTING.  NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF  L.IMITED  Runs Daily Except Sunday  Leaves Greenwood 10 a. m.,~2  p. m.  and 8:30 p. m  Leaves   Mother  Lode   Mine 8 a. m ,  12:30 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.  Fare     SOc  Round  trip $1.00  Trunk  100  Grip     25c  Blankets     50c  Parcels t     25c  Late stage leaves Greenwood  Satur^  days at 10 o'clock.  Head office. Mother Lode Minn.  Greenwood office, Xordeti tUnd  w  For Pale  Delicate People  Builds up Strength; brings back the  ruddy glow of health by creating a  natural appetite for nourishing food.  Get only the D. & L., the original.  50c. and $1.00, at all druggists.  Davis & Lawrence Co., Montreal.  UNDER and by virtue of a Writ of Fieri  Facias issued ont of the Supreme Court of 15. C.  and a warrant of execution issued out of the  County Court of Yale, boldcn at Grccnv-oori,  both dated the 11th September. 1909. at the suits  of George B. Greevy and R. G. Sidley. respectively, requiring the levy by the sale of the  Roods and chattels of the defendant, The Lemon Gold MinincCompany of British Columbia,  the sums of $7,140.S��5. with interest and costs  and $105.69 and costs, respectively, ti'ere will be  sold by public auction at the Conn House at  Greenwood on Wednesday, the 3rd day of No-  member, 1909. at 5 o'clock p. m., a fivp.stamp  mill,��aw mill, hoist, boilers, engines, crmlier,  steam fittings, tools, etc., more particularly described in an inventory, a copy of which can \k  had on application to the undersigned.  Tbe said (foods and chattel* ari-situated nc.ir  Camp McKlnncy, B. C, about M?ven miles from  Bridesville, oil the V. V. A E. Ky��� where Un-.v  can be inspected. The nlxJve ar all i�� t'c��><!  condition, having beer only Mori l atH.ui thic"  weeks.  Greenwood. Q. C.', 13rd September, l'Wl.  J. S. BIKNIK.  Deputy Sheriff.  ^!  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STXGE  Leaves   Greenwood .it  7 a m.  to  connect with .SjK>kant�� triun;  >iifl  at 2 p m    with   Keresneru. tra:n.  J. McDonell  St.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES THE   BOUNDARY GREEK TIMES  creamBaki ng Powder  No alum, no lime phosphates  As every housekeeper can understand,  burnt alum and suIpLiric acid���the ingredients of all alum and alum-phosphate  powders���must carry to the food acids  injurious to health.  Read the label.   Avoid the alum powders  <**���  &-  TOWiM TOPICS  John   Bast,   was   a visitor  town this week.  in  contain about 40 pages and be  handsomely illustrated. The  price is only ten cents.  GENERAL NOTES  n  0  Old air-titrht Heaters   Old box Heaters,   Old coal Heaters   New air-ti<rht Heaters   SI. 00 and up  2.50 and up  3.00 and up  3.30 and up  We Have the Goods  We will accept your old stove  in exchange.  A.L.WHITE  The Stove and Furniture Man  Greenwood, B. C.  Phone 16  fasexi!zzsBmaami!SMmawmji��im  Xl~.    ;     I  ���^  REGINA  WATCHES  *=9  ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  ALL  SIZES  ALL  PRICES  GOME  IN   AND  SEE THEM  :AT  1 JLCogangCos*  K  ill  LADIES  \ Do you want ��Ifr lEitglialj initial note \  paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your  letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  \\  is  Sj Prices moderate  MINE WAI. ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate iu the (ireeuwod Mining Division of  Vale Dibirict. Wl-ere located: In C.rahani  Catni>, Hftutli of and adjoining C.ranada  iiiinural claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Oenriru R. Naden,  Free Miners' Certificate No. B272>7, intend, sixty days Ironi the date hereof, lo apply  lo the Mining1 Recorder for a Certifica'e of Improvements, for the purjKjse ol obtaining a  Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that ac'ion. under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dt'ted this 11th day of October, A. I). 1TO.  6 GEORGE K. NADEN.  Advertise in THE TIMES  Application tor Liquor License  Take notice that I, S. T. Larseri, of Rock  Creek, B. C, intend to apply to the Superintendent of Police, at the expiration of one  month from the date hereof, for a renewal of  my hotel licence for the premises known as the  Riverside Hotel, at Rock Creek, B C.  nated this Stli day of October, 1909.  SAMUEL  T. LARSEN,  6-4t Rock Creek, B. C,  Newand old Heating- Stoves.  Nevr and old Stove Pipe.  New and old Stove Boards.  New and old A. L,. White.  Our stock of Millinery for fall is  large and complete. latest styles.  Barclay & Co.  Judge Clement held   court  Greenwood on Tuesday.  Judge and Mrs. Brown left for  Grand Forks on Wednesday  Joseph Martin, K. C. is practising before the Privy council.  Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hunter,  left for Vancouver on Tuesday.  The baby girl of Mr. and Mrs.  F. W. McLaine is ill with measles.  R. D. Tait, of Rock Creek, was  a visitor to town on Wednesday  last.  R. E. Raven, M. E., left for the  coast on Friday last to attend  court.  A. C. Mills of Ferry, drove in  to town on Wednesday' in his  new motor car.  W. E. Flodges, chartered accountant of Vancouver, came in  on Tuesday's train.  W. X. Perkins, Great Northern  agent, at Phoenix, was a visitor  to town last week.  Is your subscription due? You  can easily tell by looking at the  label of your paper.  . The St. Judos' Church Ladies'  Guild will meet on Tuesday next  at the house of Mrs. Redpath.  Walter Kennedy has returned  from his holiday trip to Vernon,  looking hale and hearty and free  from care.  W. J. Kirkwood, an old Green  woodite and former Alderman, is  now  building  inspector   at   San  Diego, Cal.  The Court house has been  painted without and papend  within and presents a most clean  appearance.  On Tuesday night the Mother  Lode conservatives formed an  association, C. T. Bailev was  elected secretary.  The Tennis Club ball on Tuesday night was a brilliant social  success and much enjoyed by  everyone present.  Next Sabbath morning and  evening farewell services will be  conducted in the Presbyterian  church by the pastor.  Two timber men, John Bell of  Nelson and Thos. B. White, of  Kolapore, Ont., were visitors to  Greenwood this week.  If you have no vote yourself  don't neglect your business to  advise votere how to vote, unless  you want to be voted a bore, j  Sunday services at the Methodist church will be coducted every  Sunday by the Rev. W. F. Williams. Come to the next Sunday  evening service.  The generous sum of $3,800  has been appropriated by the  provincial government for the  purpose of a heating plant for  Greenwood school.  October the 25tb,Thanksgiving  dav, was well kept in Greenwood's  No one worked who could avoid  it and they kicked. Turkey  made up for the woes of the day.  There was a Conservative convention on Wednesday evening,  Likewise a meeting of the Socialist local, and on Saturday ih'a  Liberals foregather. Must be an  election coming on soon.  W. O. Wright, a director of  the Kettle River Irrigated Fruit  Land Co., arrived from England  on Sunday, and will remaiu for a  short while to visit the company's property at Rock Creek.  The Vaudville show on Tuesday night at the Auditorium was  good, and well deserved a better  patronage, The company is  comibg next Tuesday, and if you  want a good laugh be sure to go.  The Victoria Colonist will  publish a special "Woman's  Edition," on November 6th 1909.  This edition promises to be not  only unique of its kind, but of  great and general interest; it will  Jonh Oliver M, P, P. will run  in both Victoria and Delta.  TILSON/RAINEY  The first wedding to be celebrated in Keremeos church -was  held on Wednesday, the 20th  inst., at noon, when Simeon Robert Tilson was united to. Miss  Lester Ada. Rainey, daughter of  Mrs. L. A.  Schafer,  of Oroville,  A wild cat is something one is  glad to let goof after taking hold *a the presence of a few friends,  0j | Rev.. A. H.   Cameron performed  Prince Ito of Japan, a foremost  Japanese  statesman,   was assae- j  sinated by a Korean  on  Oct. 26,  at Harbin.  The Searchlight group on Sheep  creek, has been sold to a local  syndicate and a substantial payment made.   -  Premier McBride will open the  Campaign at Kamloops November 1st and will speak in Nelson  on Nov. 4.  The first International Printing Cost congress was held in  Chicago on the 18, 19 and 20th  of *his month.  So far 362 militant suffragettes have been imprisoned in  England, mostly for assultiug  the police or breaking  windows.  Every year, for 13 years, this  paper has had an item to the  effect that there is a revolution  in Hayti. We intend to next  mention that peace spot when it  is possible to state there is no  revolution there.  The Nelson postoffice is to be  enlarged in the near future. It  is a pity the Dominion government would not give this town a  postoffice building of respectable  pro'portions or fix up the presenl  shanty, which does not even boast  of a sign.  The Wife--,,Wbat luck?" The  Husband(weanh)���"Norn: -whatever." The Wife-"Were there  rip servants in the 'intelligence  office?" The Husband (sadly)���  "Lois of them; but they had all  worked for us before."  the ceremony.  All Old people suffer-from attacks  of sudden exhaustion, weak heart  action and prostration. The best aid  in such cases is FeiTOVlm, the invig-  oration tonic which is prepared from  fr��!6h lean beef, Citrate of Iron and  pure old Spanish.-,Sherry Wine. It  stimulates the digestion and strengthens the whole body.   $1 00 a bottle.      t  The tuiugs that others do not  consider worth going after come  lo those who wait.  Fifteen thousand two hundred  and fifty acres of crown granted  timber, coal and agricultural  lands at the northern end of  Vancouver Island has passed into the hands of C. S. Battle, of  Vancouver, by purchase from  Capt. John Irvine, ot Victoria.  The deal was under negotiation  for some weeks. The consideration involved in the transfer is  not given for publication.  0  X  ALLEN'S  LUNG  BALSAM  For deep-seated  COUGHS.  COLDS.  CROUP.  A 25c. Bottle lor a Simple Cold.  A 50c. Bottle lor a Heavy Cold.  A Sl'.fiO Bolde lor a Deep-sealed Cough.  . Sold by all Drueirists.  UAV1S& LAWRENCE CO., Montreal. g��  First wreck one mile below the Jew  tunnel and half a mile above ihe Gentile tunnel. Sunshine struck Jack  Frost and knocked him into the moisture. Help the sun hy buying a Heater  of the Stove and Furniture man, A. L,  White. .  FOR   SALE���One. bedroom   suite,  also house plants.        M. D. McKee,  ROOMS FOR RENT in brick block.  Apply at Thomas Drug Store.  FOR SALE, CHEAP���A coal stove  with piping and drum. Apply to Rev.  F. V. Venables.  FOR RENT���3-room house suitable  for baching. *  Apply at Thomas Drug Co.  Why not take it easy by the side of a  Heater bought of A. L. White?  For Sewing Machine Ne.ecMes and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.  If yOU have a Cough, do not reglect  it; buy at once a bottle of Allen's  Lung Balsam.  The thief would take things,  easy were it not for the minions  of the law.  METALS.  New York, Oct. 28���Silver,  50; Electrolytic copper, 12 00 to  12.25, dull.  London, Oct. 28���Silver 23 1-  16; lead, ��\3 2s 6d.  Oct. 28���Closing quotations on  the New York curb aud  Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asketl  R C. Copper        f> 25   6.CO  Granby  1C0 00 115.00  The beneficial effect of iron  apon the system weakened  through illness, overwork or  anemia, is well known. Fer-  rovim is a preparation which  supplies the valuable element  in the most efficient way, combining with it the nourishing  qualities of beef and the mildly stimulative effect of sherry  wine. Ferrovim costs $1.00  a bottle at druggists.  " 1 COULDN'T KEEP HOllSE WITHOUT  sack of ���'��� ;:\ :;vt;;  AND  Universal Bread Maker"  Is what housekeepers everywhere say.  You can get them at the store of  Russell-Law Caulfield CCvLtd,  ALSO EVERYTHING IN  Groceries and Fruits  H  t^S ��3* Jp ��l* tSp Jp JP ��J* Jp. igrf ta8 j* v** ��3* ���3* *M ^p   �����* Jp Jp ����� vP Jp uP tip Jp> ��#v Jp <3p Jp *Sp vP Jp dp  5 .   . - fc  % Type in its most eloquent use t  * will not adequately describe the ��  5 extraordinary values in our Shoe v  "^. MENTHOL  PLASTER  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA, PLEURISY.  STITCHES. CRICKS.  NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM  Each 25c. in air-tight tin box;  yard rolls $1.00, can be cut to any  size.  Beware of worthless imitations.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  ELKHORN MEETING  Notice is hereby gi,ven that a meet-  of the Boundary Elkhorn ivfining' company, Limited, Non Personal Liability, will be held on Saturday, November 6th, 1909, at 8 o'clock p. m , in the  Wallace Miller block, to consider the  lease and option of the property aad to  elect officirs and directors?  Dated this 28th day of October, 1909..  Jambs McCrbath, President.  ISLE-OF PINES  SECURE YOUR WINTER HOME  ia this beautiful island and buy now,  as values are steadily advancing1.  No frost or snow���summer all the  time; ;.  English   schools',   stores,   churches  and pleasant social life.  Good transportation and mail service-  Write for literature.  Refer to the editor of this papier, or  WILLIAM R. HILL, & CO.,  Zulueta 9,  Havana, Cuba.  FOR SALE  Bowling' Alley, consisting- of two  Brnnswick-Balke-Collender alleys in  good repair, eighteen assorted balls  and all necessary fixtures.  Apply to E. Hallett, P. O Box 266,  Green woixt, B  C. 1  FOR SALE  Four-roomed house and lot at corner  of Church street and Kiraberly ave ���  $200 cash Wi i>e to. W. D. EUuu, Top-  peni&h. W.i."-h.  FOR SALE  Small steel  range, only used a short  time.    Price, $1S.  '   Apply P. O  Box 44, Greenwood.  WANTED  Department, so we will simply \  confine our statements to a plain ��  mention of facts.  Men's Box Galfskin Boots   Men's medium weight Calfskin Boots,  leather lined ..__. ��� ..;. _���  $5. SO $4.6$N \  4.75   3 90   &  Men's heavy every day Boots, broad  toe, a splendid wearer  4.50   3.65   %  One dozen Boys'" genuine box calfskin ���    v  Boots, sizes 10 to 13. , .'. 2.25   1.65   V  Men's carpet Houseslippers     1.25  ���9s:v  i W.W. CRAIG  CASH  STORE  Jk'j*j*j*&j*j*jtj*#j*j*j*j*j*j*# j��j��j��j��j��jij��jijijijijijijijijiji  5=��Sa^S��7SiN��S^5��jS^5^aHSJ^^  J  \i  \>  I'll  I!  I!  .1!  I!  \i  II  i  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  QrceiHVoed Eiauor go,  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  THE CANADIAN BAN  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under which the bra  of this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal points  in the following countries:  Austria-Hungary  Belgium  Brazil  Bulgaria  Ceylon  China  Crete  Denmark  Egypt  Faroe Islands  Finland Ireland  Formosa .. Italy  France Japan  Fr'ch Cochin-China. Java  Germany  Great Britain  Greece  Holland  Iceland  India  Manchuria'  Mexico  Norway  -' Persia  Philiipine Islands  ��� Roumania       '���' ~  Russia  .Servia'  Siam  South Africa  Straits Settlement*  Sweden  Switzerland  Turkey  West Indies      . xn\  and elsewhere  NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.  FULL'  PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATIOI  J. T. BEATT1E, Manager  Greenwood   Brand  ARE Y0B DRY?  A copy of The Times of September  3rd; 1909. Tht* editor will be rat>st  gToteful for a copy of this date.  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and equipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  ��2. R. Coi.dwEi.1;,.  Brandon, Manitoba.  I  Beer   Beer   Beer  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery^ Co;  BEER        BEER       BEER  i  I  it  WALL PAPER^vNew shipment just arrived,  Latest designs and colorings.  Low Prices*  BOOKSELLER ANFJ STATIONER,   KODAKS  AND SUPPLIES

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