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Array WiPi;  .'.-<!v,  ^VOIv. 13  Greenwood's Big  Furniture  Store  iftMftm��WWWn��*CWW>M������MMnPO��ftMI^MWMW��W>WW^WaWy��OftKri ��������������������� ��� ���!    llJ.q���  II !���!.������M���i^���  Carpets, Linoleums,  Bedding.  New^ Japanese Mattings in great variety.  A Fine Lino  of sea-grass Chairs at prices that  will astonish.  A new line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up.  Will be sold cheap.  We carry a Big l^ange of Childrens' Go-  carts and Carriers. Drop in and see the' latest  Steel Collapsible��� Foids in one motion.  ^gg���������n ���n. .i ��� | | imiMm,,,- . .JMU, *     ***-'��     -L7UO*  - ��� '' 1;    ' '  usual number of  Duncan Ross dis^uss'tlthe  political issues of. the' Fj&deral   campaign.  John  Mclnties,'   M.L.A..,     f0r  O ATS*  HOUSE FURNISHfcRS -'    i  '     1  ���0000-0<>0000<3<>00<><X>OOCK>0<>00-<> ->0<>0<><>0<K>OCK>0<*"6<KKkKK>0<;<>0- *  14  -. sal*?'  !st<-)i-e-  Having purchased tin; stock of Messrs I'endel!  Co , at a discount   we arc placing th ��� same o  at greatlv reduced  prices, evorvthi-ig i-i the i  reduced     Absolutely nothing   eserved.  *   Buying your Fall and  Win c-r  g(>oiJ.s  during thio salt ���Youc in save money.  BARCLAY & CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  jujL'     1  ___________________ __   ���^^it ^^��.^���������^. -���-^  .     _ ��� MM     ��|<><><��><��0<><>0<><><><>0<>0O0O0^  MONEY SAVED  To those who haven't bought - of us before we ask  an opportunity to show the following line's in Men's  Shoes. . -  Vici Blucher Bals. Dull Kid top, Heavy single  Sole  $4.00  4.50  Box Galf Blucher-Bals. heavy double sole  Vici Bal. heavy single sole, wide last, plain  toe   Kangaroo Bal.' heavy single sole, wide last,  plain toe       -       -       -       -       .  Extra fine vici blucher bal, tipped, heavy  single sole -  Fxtra heavy box calf blue bal. tipped, felt  lined . - -        - -        *  Uxtra heavy box calf bal. plain toe, lea'i her  lined, double sole    -  Pat. colt, blucher bal.. dull kid top, tipped       b.Uo  The above lines are all Goodyear Welt, Solid Heels  and Soles.  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood    2  oo<>o����oo<xk>ooo<>o<K>��o��oooo<>��o��<>o��o<><x^  ON THE WEST, FORK  Alex. Bloomfiefd is building an  addition to his hotel in the prospect ��f increased business.  The supposition is that the  Blyth land will be logged, this  winter by local parties. -  Nick Nicholson .killed an ��Id  bear and two cubs at Bwomerang       *-uc AVW?&.lu.3��%$k  camp recently.    They were   sold  Saturday;e;veniug'M  in Greenweo'd.- j of Greenwood and iti&f  The Sally mine is working  steadily with 8 or 9 men and the  first freight load of ore will he  down to Midway this week.  Development work is being, done  on the Currie group.  As evidence cf his good faith  ind enterprise Edward George  Smith, postmaster, Carmi,.is constructing a new trail-to his mi'i-  ing properties, 15 miles above  Oarmi.  The French colony at CUrmi is  cheerful and it is expected .their  number will be augmented soon  by some of their people jdirec1-  from France.  James C. -Dale completed a, fue  comfortable bu<7galo\v of reeled  logs at an estimated cost o:  $1,200. One of .the principal  features being a room specialh  -fitted up for his guests who -will  always find the la tcb-s.tr in ����� on  the outside at Jim's,  Tom Henderson and . G. Cum  mings are progressing nicely o*  the Bounty fraction. Thev ha ;-e  bought more lumber froth Jim  Dale and will enlarge their buildings, putting up a sortiug--house  and it is their intentiontb put up,  a small mill or an arrastrai  Arratfgemerfts are being made  for driving a big tunnel at 200ft.  depth to cross-cut the whole system'of veins in the   Bell   Mine,  Wallace mountain.  Norman West still presides at  tie White Bnll hoteK ^ V  Oliver Laporte1 it is said, w;iU  ��pen an hotel at mouth of Dry  Creek, Wallace mountain.  Kelly and Rambo have finished  the season's work on the Buster  and Standard partnership shaft'.  It is the regulation Wallace mountain high-grade silver ore and-the  owners are much encouraged.  mm  "'��'^m  m  Duncan R^j Gives an Account of His  Stewardship  The Aud^Uum^s filled last  i$*i the   men  ye than  the  la<l.|fes   to   hear  provinces   were   strenuously ep-  B-C. is entitled to generous  treatment, bnt how will we get  grants fer public works if the  Provincial government begs and  knocks for more meney direct to  the treasary. -^     - ,  breadth to the Dominion :' great! ���  In the **"* oi Asiatic exelns- , ,A ���**k ago Iast Wednesday h,  areas of land had been settled u��   ^ the Speaker said ^t with the !/ ��am>P to come*  t0  Greea  ��� ��� - - ��� ��� ���   F'' exception ef a paltry $50 head-tax " groceries.    Ou his fail-  on Chinese, all the legislation tol"'6 *�� returu three days after.Mr.  keep Asiatics ont had come from  the Liberal government at Otta-  Mysterious Disappearance  A young man named Gus Quist  who has been employed at C. J.  McArthiir's wood camp near  Boundary City, has mysteriously  disappeared and much anxiety is  felt tor his safety.  A week ago last Wednesday he  and not an acre of land: had  been  given away  except   to the actual  settler.  In the matter of timber lands  the speaker showed 1 hat every  limit disposed of by-the Liberal  ���SSI  Duncan Ross, the Liberal Standard-Bearer\for Yale-Cariboo    ,.. -  .,,���i .������.   - ��� .  ���-   Grand Forks riding followed in a  4.50  5.00  5.00  5.50  5.00  5.00  DEfoORO DOINGS,  Supt. Lover, of Denora mines,  has gone for six days on a vssit  to his ranch on Wes* Fork. E.  Berryman is in charge during  his absence.  Mrs P. W. Lover spent three  days in eamp visiting friends.  Mr. F. Keffer and Mr.H. Johns  foreman at Wellington camp,  were visitors in camp last Saturday.  E. Collier, of Greenwood, was  ��round camp last week on one of  his periodica! visits.  The winze in No. 3 tunnel, De-  noro mine, is now down over 40  feet in good ore.  Divine service next Sunday in  usual place and hour. Mr. Ker^,  Cascade, officiating.  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  .'���������'���'���:'��� - . *  Send os $3.00 and receive'the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  Myncaster Notes  The Rev. C. Inglis has been appointed by the Presbyterian  church to take care of the spiritual welfare of tbe people at Anarchist mountain, Rock Creek,  and the Myncaster district.  Myncaster is still the sportsman's delight. Last week T.  Wisted shot a large black ,bear  which had been living on the  fruits of hie orchard so long that  he thought it well to put an effectual stop to the affair.  Th*e yield of the grain crop has  been much below that of former  years, not averaging half of what  was anticipated.  16 is thought that the hot  searching wind which we had in  .August had a great deal to do  with it'. ���     ���  One by one the "great   scand-  !s" with which   the  opposition  started into the campaign are being disproved, dropped  aad   forgotten like the abandoned planks  1 ef the Halifax platform,���Globe.  bright one-hour speech in which  he paid many compliments-to Mr.  Ross and his parliamentary work  and expressed himself as .almost  persuaded, .though he felt bound  to cling tenaciously to the Socialist propoganda. *'  Mr. E. R. Redpath, President  of the Greenwood Liberal Association, presided over the meeting  and introduced the Liberal Standard-bearer in a neat resume of  his public career. V  Mr. Ross was received in a most  encouraging manner by everyone  in the hall, and was listened to  with markedattention, punctuated with the usual rounds of applause. *  He had two reasons for again  asking the suffrages of the people ; first on his own account as  member for Yale-Cariboo, and  also in the interest of the Liberal  administration.  The Conservatives were leaving the policy and the record of  the government, severely alone,  and had drawn the campaign into a discussion of personalities  and scandal. .  They were fighting shy of Mr.  Borden's India-rubber Halifax  platform ; they had nothing in  the way of a constructive policy  t�� offer that the Government had  not already introduced ; and he  regretted that he was compelled  to discuss small matters with his  political opponents.  The policy of the government  in the constructian of the G.T.P.  was fully described and compared  to the unpractical alternative  scheme advocated by the Conservatives in which they would-have  been led to again play into the  hands of the C, P.R.  He contendedjthat if the conservatives were put in control they  would do everything possible to  delay the construction of the  G.T.P. and thereby favor the  Canadian Pacific.  The matter of figures in regard  to the cost of tbe new Transcontinental was fully dealt with,  and the speaker showed how misleading were the statements and  figures.ef the Tory statisticians,  and how great was tba inconsistency ��f such men as E. B. Osier,  a director of the C.P.R., iu advocating goverumeut ownership of  railways.  The policy of the   government  had   given leagfh   as   well,   as'  government had been sold to the  highest bidder at public auction,  in marked contrast to the Conservative.timber policy oFl896 when  they gave timber lands in blocks of  50,000 square miles; to their'friends  by order-in-council without the  payment of a ���single'' dollar.  The, Conservatives coul'd never  win on a campaign of scandal.'  They had made no defin ite specific charge against .one single man,  and could make no capital out of  their attempts to besmirch the  characters of honorable public  ministers. .  In regard to the .deferred election the speaker-vsaid that if the  Conservatives were returned the  postponement ef the. election  would help his opponent, for it  worked both .ways ; and in any  case it was absolutely necessary  and a very great advantage to the  constituency.  There are 175,000 square miles  in Yale-Cariboo; many new settlers and new polling, places and  every man would have a chance  to poll his vote.  ��� The evils which the Ayles-  worth Bill was designed to correct were fully explained.  .No scheming politician should  have the power to deprive a man  of bis right to vote, as they have  done in Manitoba, and he declared that the Aylesworth elections  bill was one of the fairest, most  equitable and necessary bills that  was ever introduced-'  He mentioned that there is no  brighter nor abler Canadian than  ihe Hon. Clifford Sifton who   in  Berg made inquiry   and  learned  that be had not   been   in Greenwood, and since   that   time   Mr.  McArthur and hia men.   one   of  whom is a brother of Quist, have  scoured the locality without getting a trace of the missing man,  and arrangements are being made  today for a general search  by a  body of volunteers.  Gus Quist is a Swede, speaking  very poor Eaglish,  24 years of  age, weight  160  lbs, and  when  he left the camp he bad on a woollen cap, and a" white sweater with  a red collar, and carried   a  30.30  rifle. He had no money with him  He was familiar with the locality and was steady and reliable.  Grand Forks, Eholt, and other  points have been communicated  with as it is feared- that as-the  result of a recent illness he may-  have temporarily.Inst his reason  and wandered away; and if no  news is obtained the arrange-  ments for a general search will  be carried out: ;    v  wa.  The Imperial offensive and defensive war treaty   with   Japan  was assented to by the Conservatives as well as the Liberals ''for  Imperial reasons; and   he   took  full responsibility for the acts of  the Government in that respect,  for Canada cannot escape her responsibility as part of the British  Empire.  The CiP.R. had first brought  the   Asiatics   to our shores and  the underhanded attempt of At-  . torney-General   Bowser   to    get  them 50.000 more was scathingly  ��� denounced,.    The documents were  produced to prove the charge,and  the speaker calmly stated that if  the charges were not true, then  lie had no right to the suffrages  of the people ; if they were true  then Mr. Bowser has no right in  public life at d his gown "should  be taken from bim for unprofessional conduct. It was . for the  people to decide, and it was up to  W. J. Bowser, in order to saye his  refutation as a public man, to  meet him, and he, the speaker,  didn't care where. "  He appealed to the people to  refuse to be influenced by false  cries and gold-brick legislation ;';  he declared his pleasure in representing in this contest the best  government Canada had ever had  and asked for a handsome majority in Greenwood as a complimentary vote from his home town.  -The meeting;, was enthusiastic  for Mr.' Rosa and even the Conservatives in the audience gaye  strong evidence of the pleasure  they felt in hearing the able address of the popnlar representative for Yale-Gariboo.  The Campaign  Duncan Ross  left  on Monday  for the main line on his   way  to  the coast.  Mr. Ross will address meetings  at Salmon Arm, Kamloops, New  Westminster   and   Victoria, and  will be in  Vernon;. .pa the 26th,  the day of the general elections, i Princeton,     Ashnola,     Gras  from which point he will make a Jcreek, Tulameen (Otter Flat)  tour of the Okanagan. j /-�����.���..-���.������.���. ������ .... .  -.. ..-..������������-.���  ~     ��� Since the daily papers reporting  Geo. E. Foster's Aylmer speech  have come to hand, the local reporters are sighing, They could  have reported Hon. W. J. Bowser's  speech by merely clipping' Foster's. It is all there, dreams and  all.���Saturday Sunset.  October 23.<08  '388  \-..\m  m  ������:-.������.   '   ?=*  'M  =>>''!5Mvs$  ���;���.���:;: ^^|  '-IS  Yale-Cariboo Election November 12thu'J  ! I jc proclamations for the elee- ^  tieas in  Yale-Cariboo   call   for  nominations    at    Kaveil's Hall, >^  Kamloops oh.'Siturday,  Oitober*  24th, and the polling on vThUrsr��  day, November 12th.  The official count of the returning officer will be taken on December 3rd,.  POLLS IN, GREENWOOD,  GRAND    ,  FORKS AND SIMILKAMBEN. ���>  Electoral District of Greenwood :  Oro Denoro; "Sholt, G/o^hwiwW '  [3 polls], Mother Lode, Boundary  Falls, Midway, Rock Creek.;  Electoral   District   of  Grand  ���--Forks::. :;,:'  Fife, Cascade, Grand Forks [4  polls], Carson, Bannock, Phoenix  [apoiis.]';';;/.'.-',  ;,;;<���;,: [: ":  Electoral Districtof Similkaaesn:  Beaverdell, West bridge, Rock  I Creek,   Myncaster,   Bridesville,  ' Sidley, Camp MoKinney,Osoyeo8,  Fairview, Okanagan Falls, South-  Pen tic ton,   Greenmountain, Hed-  ley,    White    Lake,    Keremeos,  'Princeton,     Ashnola,     Granite  ��$&s  ��������� ^-MM-M  ' '''>'��� -"-".'''-'���'���V^i  ���: ���- 'yyi:0&  ;���������.-,.{��� VUftJ^IJ!  '.yyri:#430z  'y:y:-yy��0M  .: ���:'--.-.*-:^M  ���'yy'.:iS0$M  w  i  On November 9th Mr. ^Ross  will return to Greenwood and will  speak in the Anditorinm on the  night of the 11th of November.  It is expected that the Hon.  Clifford Sifton will-bo present on  that occasion, the final rally of  the campaign in Greenwood.'  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  y-smmi  ytyv$0>  ��� yy'^km  ���: y-ym  y^tti��  '-'���J,':*'.'i'':Jj  ���v:tM&M  .--"��� t-yt?A  Minx. 1900 1901 . 1903 1903 - 1*04 1905 . 1906 1W  Granby MlnM.... 64^$3 231,7*2 309,(51 391,718 549,703 653^09 M1.404 613^37  Snow��hoe...>.,      ��7     1,741    20,100    7U��                    MM   135.001  B.C. Copper Co  Mother Lode....  B. C. Mine   ��� Kmnia,   Oro Denoro..   Bonnie Belle   Dom. Copper Co.]  Brooklyn-Stem.  H*ho_   Rawhlae   SnnMt.....   MoanulD Rote.  AthlMUn   Morrison   R. Bell   &340  19,494  99,034   141,336   138.079   174,398   147.576   10S.90C   208,331  47,405    14.811     19.3*1: ' ���  1,M0  47,405  MO  302  "ssa  14^11  8,530  19^5  22,937  15^37  37,9��0  i��,4C0'  9,485  3,007  20  1.488  11,804  3.177  1,712  18,274  14,481  Past  V*��  Wosk  ��6^37   21^40  2907   2,400  196,982    8260  52^74        868  7,455    15,731  Senator..        .-   . Brej- Fog-lo  augurated the policy   that  made fs^iialce  Western Canada, and to whom a  debt of gratitude is due from  the  Canadian people.  The foresight of the Government in undertaking the construction of the Hundeon's Bay  Railway, and the assertion of  British authority in that northern  region was the work of statesmen  who would maintain the prestige  of the British flag in spite of all  picayunish criticismsof politicians  of the Foster type.  The question of better terms  was discussed from a federal point  of view, and Mr. Ross.maintained  that it is more important that  B.C. should receive groat subsidies for railways, harbour im-  proveuieiua fakd other aids for de-  Sulphur King-....  Winnipeg-   Golden Crown....  Kiar Solomon...  Blf Copper   Ho. 7 Mine   City of Psrls ....  Jewel...;   Rirerslde.   C*rmi���   Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy   Dnncan.   Providence -   Elkhorn   Strithmere.   Golden Baffle ������.  Preston   Princo Henry .  Skylark.     Last Chance   E. P. V. Mine \  Bay_    Marls   Don Pedro    Ceeicent   Helen ;.  Rnby._   Ropnblic    Miseclllaaeoui   1,076  2,250  160  1.C40  .875  665  2,000  360  i50  785  625  482  im  890  21g  5,646  3,339  560  363  2,435  33,350  3,070  3^50  1,759  4.586   '  3,450  232  364  33  55,731 140,685    2,960  35.108 26,032  3.056 48,390  ���4.747 3,554  1,833  43,295  13A3  64,173  3J.270  31,358  649  4,870  11,971  3,450  398  ...... 9  33  150  586  993  400  167  3.230  80  3,4��6  325  500  30  30  79  145  106  74  9  18  7J6  no  1,140  ia  150  40     20  140  20  15  52  535  589  SO  300  689  2S5  73  20  ���0  45  90  5U  bit  20  oO  500    .  90  65  40  700  30  55  60  324  120  30  ._   \  ..53  Smerer1^Tme;���*-,��>  iw*S0��   mW '�����.�����  i'JW  ^SlJil^MslS  ~   -���  velopmcnt than to fight for ^e^BS. "~- ��� ^ $��� ^ ^ S ��g? S ^  ,   /���    .1 . .       1J^,S70      j0,<>30     84,059   218J111    ltL*vi      ��tm-.        '  definite sum to which the   other 1x0.,,^.. ^^^4.^^^^^^ ~ 4^ ~. ������\\'*!y.i\'Jr^. -:W:,^.-!,>'  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES  M  fi3**  .Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid ip, $14,400,000.        Best $11,000,000.  UHD1VIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98 *  Hon. President:   Lo��n Smatbcona and^ModntRoyai., G. C. M. G.  President: ���Sir Gbohos A. Dbommond, K.C. M. G.  Vlccj-Presldent and General Manager :   E. S. Clouston.  All The Principal   .    fim   YOtH,   ClllCagO.  ; Grant Commercial ao  Bianctes in London, Eng. \ dSJ-i.- -ess-a. r  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers  Travellers' Credits, available in any part^of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  UMiimmMwmmmmisssmmmm.  8  '><  fe=P  ����2  quoted by the Nelson News in  giving what they call the "amaz-  ioo- story of shameful Canadian  history "compiled by Tory politicians of  Winnipeg.  The Tory press has a lot to  answer for in defaming the character and injuring the financial  credit of Canada.-  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Bariustkr, Solicitor,  notaby ptbuc  Cable Address:      *' Halistt."  I Bedford M'MsUVs  Codes 1 Moreinjr a Nesl'i.  I Letter's  QmmMHwooD. B.O'  BOUNDARV  VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0.0. P.  Meets every  Tnesday Evsalng at 800 la the  1. 0. O. F. Hall.    A cordial lavi tatlon is ei  tended to aU sojourning bretkoro.  S. STORER V. A. MACDONALD  N. G. V. S.  A. JAYNES, Ttec Sec.  Cl>��  Boundary Creek Times  Issued 6vtrv TrM*V  BT TBS  Bonndaiy Creek Printing and Publishing  CO.. ItlMHBD.  J. M. MILLAR -        -       -       Manager  SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE.  Pbb YkaK     2 00  Six Months   1 25  To FOBBIOM COVKTlttBS '. 2 50  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1MB  what he went after, and he has  shown that he is as good a man  to go alter things as ever advocated the wants of a B.C. constituency.  Duncan Koss is a man who  does things and a man who knows  how to go about it to got what  his constituents want.  THINK IT OVER.  In its patriotic campaign against .Asiatic coolie labor the  Prince Rupert Empire calls attei-  tion to the fact that if these people are not employed or   patron-  Premier  McBride   said to the  visiting  engineers of the Canad-'  lan Mining   Institute   and   their  British and American colleagues :  "I think we are indeed a privileged people in British Columbia  to have one of our fellow-citizens  occupying the position of Minister  of Mines in the Dominion Cabinet.  While I pay this tribute to my  friend Mr. Templemau, the Dominion Government has undoubtedly done a splendid work, one for  which every credit should be  given, not only by British Columbia but by the country at large.,!  That is Mr. McBride's  opinion  at a non-political meeting.  FROM HIS HOME TOWN.  "SENSELESS   PIFFLE  "Grand Forks, Oct. IS. 1908.  "To'the Editor of The Sun,  "Sir,���Will you allow- me,  through the medium of your paper, to ask Martin Burrell, the  would-be Conservativemember (?)  the following questions :  If he believes in the expulsion  of Asiatics, and of British Columbia beiiag a white man's country, as he stated Wednesday evening, why doe9 he employ Hindoos on his property to the; detriment of -the white man ? And  if he is so anxious for the well-  being of the white man, whv does  he not give some of them a chance  toearn a living for their -families, instead of encouraging the  Hindoos ? I must say that I Jaave  never before listened to such a  lot of senseless rotten piifle as  emanated from Mr. Burrell Wednesday evening.  "One of the White Men."  The Liberal Club  Rooms  The Hedley Gazette's   guesses  in regard to   the   movements  ��f  ized bv tbe citizens  they  cannot  Martin Burrell are slightly askew.  live in Prince  Rupert ; and further says���  " How many men who attead  the meetings of the Conservative  candidates in Kootenay and in  Yale and in Westminster and in  Vancouver, after hearing candidates Goodeve aud Burrell and  Taylor and Cowan aud the man  who stands behind them (RICHARD McBRIDE) declare for a  WHITE CANADA know that  RICHARD McBRIDE INSTALLED JAPANESE IN A SHINGLE MILL IN KOOTENAY  BY FORCE, and that not a  word of protest went up from  Goodeve or Burrell nr Taylor or  Cowan, who are now so loudly  speaking for a WHITE CANADA ? "  THE MAN FOR THE TIME  Yale-Cariboo has changed since  the somnolent days ef John Andrew Mara and a ene-man-one-  day election foj a country greater  in area and natural resources than.  a Continental Empire.  Barbed wire bars the old familiar trail, and the trader's store  is crowded in a busy street.  The settler has cut the beaver's  dam, and ft agrant fruit is shipped  across the sea.  The artillery of the mine is  heard on every hand, and soon  the smelter-glare will flash the  message of industry to every hill  from Grand Forks to far Fort  George.  The work is under way. Keep  a man,of action on the direction  of the job, with , a progressive  administration to help the good  work al��ag.  Next Monday will tee the slan-  erbnnd pnt soundly te sleep, and  activities will again commence.  See that Yale-Cariboo is kept  to the fore by a representative  who hat influence at the Hub.  Work for the man who has  done his dnty and has worked for  you.  Work   and   Vote   for Duncan  ' Ross.  No more degrading humiliation  could be conceived by those who  believe in the dignity of labor  than the position of the C.P.R.  strike-breakers peremptorily .discharged by that company when  their mercenary work was no longer required.        *  Though" the strike was called  off prematurely through the interference of Tory politicians  with the executive of the mach-  ist's union, we trust that the<-rail-  way officials will not use the advantage gained thereby, aud will  at once proceed to feinsta" e all  the old employees who have been  laid of the list.  Such a breach of faith by the  C.P.R. officials can only tend to  aggravate the dissatisfaction so  keenly felt by the men who consider that they have been duped  by an unwarranted action of their  Mr. Burrell has not recently appeared in the Similkameen, nor  yet at Phoenix. *  He went to the Coast again,  suddenly, and really doesn't know  just where he will be at until  about the middle of November.  After then���well, you know his  old address.  Mr. Burrell's official chronicler,  the Grand Forks Gazette, puts  mourning border on its brief and  qualified remaks about his "enthusiastic" reception in Greenwood ; and didn't say a word  about the turbaned'heroes of the-  Riverside Nurseries.  ��� That moss-covered thought-  factory, the Kamloops Standard,  speaks of "the whole-hearted  support Martin Burrell is receiving from the Conservative party."  This makes us laugh and our  lips are chapped.  A good was to solve the'Asiatic  question is to do your part in  freezing out those we have.  We commend  action to Martin  H. Cowan.  this  course  of  Burrell   and G.  H Are Open  every  Afternoon  and Evening,  In the i Rendell Block,  next to the Bank of Montreal, Greenwood Street  "The Blood is The life."  Science has never gone beyond . tha  above simple statement of scripture. But  it has illuminated that statement and  given lt*a meaning ever broadening'with  tho increasing breadth of knowledge.  "When the blood la "bad" or impure it  is . not alone the body which suffers  through disease. Tha brain is also  clouded, She mind and judgement are  effected, ancTSiajiy an evil deed or impure  thoiigh^vnJJHieStirectly traced to the  imou*&vofthGifiTo<>ty Foul, impure blood  can be miidft pure, -by the u&r of fir.  Piercp.'s Golden Medical Discovery. Jt  enriches and, piirih>3.,7thc blood thereby  curing, pimdes. blotc.he��, eruptions and  other cutaneous affections, as eczema,  totter, or salt-rheum, hives and other  manifestations of impure blood.  ($) .      ��       ��        ��        ��     ' @  In the cure of scrofulous swellings, en-  lai-ged glands, open -eating ulcers, or old;  "sores, the "Golden Medical Discovery "has  jierformed the most marvelous, cures.   In  csaea of old sores, or open eating ulcers,  It la well to apply to the open sores Dr.  Pierce's All-Healing Salve}- which  possesses wonderful healing'potency when  used as an application to the sore* in conjunction with the use of ''Golden Medlwii  Discovery �� as �� hiood cleansing- constitutional   treatment.    If   von1* druggist  do-i'* happen to have the "All-Henlinj?  Salve" in stork; you can easily piocure.it  by inclosing fifty-four cents in postage  stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main St.,  Buffalo, N. Y., and it will como to you by  return post.   Most druggists keep it as  well as the "Golden Medical Discovery."  ��       ��       ��~      ��       ��       ��  You cao.'t afford to accept any medicine  of unknown composition as a substitute  for "Golden Medical Discovery," which is  a  medicine  of   known   composition,  ar.ving a complete list of ingredients In  piiaiu English on its bottle-wrapper, the  ,:a>DO being attested as correct under oath.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate  eu&a invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.  Copper  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition issued March, 1908.)  . Size :   Octavo.    Pages :   1228.    ���.  Chapters : 25.  Scooe: The Qopper Industry   of  the  '".'���'���> World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Wineralolgy,  Mining,'Milling, Leaching-, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Subatitutes.Termin'ology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in .Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption,imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends;  elc. ''  ; The Qopper Handbook is concededly  the ������-..��  AT THE .CHURCHES  PuBSBYTERiAN-irServices will be con  ducted morning- and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7/30 p.m. Rev; M. D.' McKee, Pastor.    ������  Methodist���Rev. EY J. Rutherford  B-. A., will conduct set vises as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Services every Sunday, morninf-afnd  Sunday School at 3.  Hi  Why pay good money for poor work  when you can get work done by trained Artists���not travelling picture men  who only look for big prices for poor  work. We guarantee to give first-  class work, and money refunded if  work is riot satisfactory.. Amateur's  films developed and printed. Two  cents will mail a roll of films, and you  can get them back in two days. Give  us a trial.  The Nelson Studio,  Box 641., NELSON, B.C.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory ��� methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and -Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoehix, Friday and Saturday. For terms arid further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  Pacific Hotel  Grikg& 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.  *f����|**f*t'��f"t"|"l',l'  leaders.  The Gratad Porks Gazette advises Canadians to vote for Burrell and a white B.O: !  Well,  if   that   wouldn't .Ross  you ! '  The slanderfest as handed out  by Martin Burrell was smooth  but had ail that Foster himself  has ever been accused of manufacturing.  PART OF HIS WORK.  Everyone iu Nicola, Similkameen, and Okanagan ka��wB what  Duncan Ross has dene in getting  telephones for outljingr points in  Yale-Cariboo.  In the Okanagan, on the North  Thompson, the Shnswap lak-s,  and Upper Fraser, necessary improvements to navigation have  been undertaken and facilities  for the handling ol the mails  have been increased in all puts  of the riding. Besides, appropriations for pnhlie buildings in  keeping with the needs ef a growing time hare been given for the  localities most requiring increased office facilities. >  Mr. Ross has obtained most of  Preparatory to the construction  of the G.T.P. and the great movement of settlers to the northern  interior of B.C., Duncan Ross, as  member for Yale-Cariboo had  $15,000speat in cleariag Cotton,  wood Canyon and muring 80 miles of the upper Fraser navigable  for steamboats.  Today a steamer voyages from I  Quesnelle to within 12 miles   of  Fort George carrying survey supplies and settler's effects.  And Martin Burrell's paper  speaks disparagingly of this very  useful project.-  A knocker is a detriment to ary  country.  Mr. Burrell didn't say what he  knew about the Gotoh contract,  nor did he tell that his leader,  Mr. Borden, voted for the treaty  wi.h Japan.  If the Conservatives have no  desire to interfere with the com  pletion of the G.T.P., why should  the Conservative Attorney-Gen  eral of Manitoba, Colin H. Campbell, make this assertion which  is reported in his Selkirk speech,  "There is no hope of the G.T.P.  ever being anything but a dead  loss to the people whose money  built it."  . The Victoria Colonist, which  generally shows a disposition to  fairness, iskept'busv these days  making corrections and explanations. '  Borden's election means postponement of the Hudson's Bay  railway.  OO4OOOOOC0OOOOOOOOOOOM9OO  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in  all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  . Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows,^    Doors,  Shingles,      Bricks,"  Cement,  -etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-G  CREESIOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  ^KK>0<KK>OOOOCVOiK>00000<>0<>00<��  COMMERCIAL  HOTEL Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M, GILLIS  The-.- Miner needs the book for the  facts it gives him regardio Ceology,  Mining, Copper Deposit- - . Copper  Mines, l  The Metallurgist needs the book for  the facts it gives him regarding copper milling, leaching, smelli g, and  refining-.- "   ,  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 gen  eral information on one hand, with  thousands'of detailed mine descriptions on the other, cevwingthe 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-: $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 un-  satiRfactorv, o'r paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself "of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEjUDO NBUIL.DING, HOUGH-  '     TON, MICH., U.S.A.  CATHOwC^-rGhurch of _ the Sacred  Heart���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month.- Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. tn.; Sunday school, a*  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A, Bedasd, O. M. I.  pastor. ;  Chvrch of. England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.s  Matins,1 ll a. tn. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8  am; 2nd and 4th Sundays after Matins at 11 a. m. Saints',. Day services  as announced in Church.  Rev. F Vernon Venables^ Vicar.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON. ���B.G  PARENTS who wish to secure for  their daughter the benefits of a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Convent School* Nelson, offers.      ��  The Convent is large and commodious and a large number of Boarders  can o�� accomodated. The School ia  superintended, and taught by thc'Sis-  tetsrwho have much experience in  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, English and Canadian  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework,, Vocal, and Instrumental Music, French   and  Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  -:  SlSTBR SupSRIOR.ST, JOSBPH'S SCHOOI,  "Mbwon, B. C.  Ladies' Calling Cards.Hol-  land   Linen, can   be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  < >  Hotel...  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  .\^Tnd5or- Motel  McCLUNC and GOODEVE, Proprietors.  Finest Furnished House in the Bonndary  Steam Heated.. Lig-htod  throughout - with electric lights.  First-clase Bar.   Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NI6Hr  Your  Mr. Burrell admits that he is  still in the emplov of the Provincial government.  The New York American is the  latest   "friendly"  journal to be  Organ fer sale, good as new,  $45. Must be sold, want the floor  room.    A. L. White, phone 16.  Everybody  Agrees  that COD  LIVER OIL and IRON  are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then way does not  everybody take 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. I  While I  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer in oil than any other  emuWion, and while it contains just the  riglil quantity of the best form of Iron  ind 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-estabhshed 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. FERROL is invaluable for tbe treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  ������You Know What  You Take"  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  E)le.r;tricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  Will be attended to promptly  at this office V ���> V >;������:'������������  This office is replete ypith everything nieces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  Vfiork being done with neatness and despatch  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA L.0FSTA Proprietor  Your little ones are a constant care m  Fail and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  Coniumptxm Cure, the LungTcoie, and  what it hat done for so many ? It i* aaid  to be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passages in children.  h u absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. Itis guaranteed to cure or your Tripr.cy  is returned. The price is 25c per bottle,  aad all dealers in medicine sell 314  tSHlkOH  Hi* remedy should be in eray fcouseboU,  tm* ���>iiMMKMw>a��ai��anMM��M��ii'"i|'t ~ ** r*  Dkctric current   supplied   for  4.  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of ^continuous power  t  service for operating.  Get Oar Rates. We Can Save You Money  *^*f**f**$Yl  I*  4. *��* 4.4.4.4.4.4,4��g s��  ii  S3��;  ;����*?  Z'Gsm  THE  BOUNDARY   GfeEEK TIMES  m WNMt nsaimaa -ztm  ���  Reserve Strength  is ^as necessary to iii'eii and  women in qrdkiary life as   ;  '   to the Athlete.  The regular use of "Bovril"  builds'up a large reserve  of strength, which makes  sustained effort. of mind  and body possible, and enables the system to resist  attacks of disease.  IPROVINCIAL ITEMS!  Tkere are five murder   charges  on the Vancouver Assize docket.  L��rd Milner was ia Vaucouvtr  last week and also at Glacier and  the National Park.  Th�� Wood-Val'ance Hardware  ���      Co., were burned ��ut at Nelson.  President Hays   and   General-  [i; V Manager  Merse;   af  the Grand  Trunk Pacific   Railway Co., were  at the Coast last week and   wear.  up to Prince Rupert.  JSelsoa   will   have   a   $12,000  hockey riak.  Jamas' Milae, formerly superintendent of the B.C. Electric Rail-  way has been sentenced to two  years for embezzlement of ttie  compaay's'moaey.     _   ��� .' ���  The Dominion Government  will send the Hindus in. B.C. to  Honduras, where the climate  is. leas vigorous than the Kettle  Valley,     '.'.,-���...- -\ :  ������'   Sir Henry Joly is seriously ill  at Quebec.' ,  u  The Empfre tells us thaf Mr.  and Mrs. Anton Bugge are- the  parents.of the first white child, a  boy, bora at Prince Rapert. It  is ap to the citizens- to bar the  little Baggie a perambulator.  H. A. Brown, Grand Chancellor  r'     of the Knights   of * Pythias, was  baaquetted in Phoenix.  The Okanagan telephone line  will be extended from Vernoa to  Armstrong aad Enderby.  J. H. Hawthorathwaite, Soc-  ialist candidate for Nanaimo, resigned his seat na the Provincial  house on Oct. 15, and .will stay  in the Federal fight. *  No rataa Leach, the Vancouver  boy, sentenced to six months for  theft of $1.85 has been released  on tieket-of-leave by order of the  Minister of Justice.  The G.T.P. will put on a S.S.  service between Victoria and  Prince-Rapert.  John Murray, of.; Vancouver,  and J. S. Deschamps,of Rossland,  have sold 700,000,000 ft, of white  piae timber to'"Wisconsin mill  men fof'$250,000. The timber is located at the juactioa of the Koot-  eaay aad Columbia rivers.  "The people of a rural community can make no better invest-  meaf thaa their eoatributioas to  the support of their local papers."  ���Saturday Sanset.  NRYS  BlllVS Seeds. Trees,  punts for Fall  ^Sr Planting  M, J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  ���ti  MINING  o  a  * "��� '.���' IVAll^ULI^VJ        *  &. * ft,  G. O; Buchanan, lead-bounty  commissioner in-the-galena belt,  estimates that $80,000 has been  earned in bounties during' the  last three months.  Shipments from the Mollie Gibson mine will begin as soon as  the snow is in condition for raw-  hiding.  Two men were severly burned  by a settler explosion in the Granby smelter last week.  The Queen mine on Sheep Creek  has completed extensive improv.e-  rnents including a new flume two  miles in length. A 22 pound  gold brick was sent out last week  The drilling championship at  Spokane was won. from the B. C.  team by McNichol and Pickens,  of Butte, wb.o established a  world's record of 58^6 'inches in  15 minutes. Thev used 201b hammers.  Jn 1896   the  wheat   export    of  Canada was valued at $5,771,521,  and the crop for 1908rat  $44,508,-  327../. .   -":;:V 'V  The British fieet'is mobilizing  in the Mediterranean on account  of the trouble in the Bilk ins.  The investment of the funds of  thelndepeadeut Order of Foresters  is being inquired into.  The total production ot wheat  t'his year in'Canada is 116 million  bushels, oats'269 million, bar-  lev, 51 million and rye a million  and three qu arters.  Volcanoes   are   active   in the,  West Indies  Its is believed that Dr. Cjok,  Artie explorer, has rea'ched the  pole.' ,  Sixteen discharged strike-breakers were lodged   in   the Calgary  calaboose   for   being   drunk and  disorderly. -  A big body of rich dirt has  been found on .the third beach at  Nome.  No. 1 furnace of the Granby  smelter has been blown in. It is  four feet longer and 'four feet  deeper than any of the other furnaces. .If No. 1 is a success, the  company will'enlarge all the other furnaces.'one at a time.'  On the War Eagle, Phoenix, a  body of or�� has been discovered  70ft,, in; width and 401t. thick  across the dip.  The Amalgamated Copper Co.  has declared a dividend of 50 pir  cent per share on capital stock.  A. P, Low, deputy mimsttfr of  mines in the Dominion Government has fully recovered his  health and will resume his duties  at the end of the month.  An aerial tram. 15 miles long  will be built for the Conrad mines  at Windy Arm.  GENERAL NOTES  On Sept. 22nd at the!trial trip  of the S.S. "Princess Charlotte,"  which has been built for the Canadian Pacific Railway, for the  Vancouver-:Victoria-Seat tie route  a mean speed of 20.34 knots was  obtained.  The. "Princess   Charlotte" has  been built oa similar lines to the  S. S. "Princess Victoria" and wi I  be in commission next Season for  the    Alaska-Yuk&n    Exposition  traffic.  In only two out of 50 disputes  referred, to conciliation boards  under' the Lemieux Act have  strikee or lockoats been reported.  AMERICA'S  EX-CHAMPION  WRESTLER  SAYS:' ..- '.������������   .��'/ .  "After my great wrestling match  with J. Mellor, of Staleybridge, at the  Crystal Palace, England, for the International Championship, I was  ' covered with cuts and bruises. I applied my favorite balm, Zam-Buk,  and in a marvellously short time the  abrasions and cuts were healed and I  was fit and well again. At another  time I had a piece of flesh almost  torn completely off my arm above  the elbow. I anticipated bei-'g unable to do anything with the arm  for a long time. To my <lelight,  however, Zam-Buk closed up. the  wound in two days. In three days  it was covered with new skin, and a  few days after, there was no trace of  the injury. 1 recommend Zam-Buk  for cuts, braises or skin injuries of  any kind.  -Yours truly,  ���% ;HUGH LANNOH'.  'lb* above-- testimony given by Mr.  Tiannon -when visiting Toronto shows tho  great value of Zam-Buk for injuries received in out-door snort.  Baseball, Football and lacrosse  Flayers should always keep Zam-Buk  handy^ It prevents cuts and injuries  "taking the wrong turn." It stops tho  pain and smarting, and heals. It-- is also  an excellent embrocation, curing stiffness,  sprains, twists, etc. Used and recommended by Shorring, the Marathon winner; Madrali, the world's second greatest  wrestler, etc.  For all Injuries & Skin Diseases  and Stores, or from the  ZAM-BUK CO., TORONTO, for price.  6 Boxes for $2.50.     .  (a S. Futford, Limited)  At Stettler, Alta.j over twenty  business places were destroyed by  fire.  X  ism  &  VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT,  1908.  WARNING   TO   PURCHASERS  EVERY assignment of the ri(flit of a South  African Volunteer entitled to a land  grant must be by way of appointment of a Sub.  stltufe and must be in the form provided by the  Act.  Special attention is colled to Sub-section 3 of  Sectioa 5 of the Volunteer Bounty Act. 1908.  which provides that no assignment of the right  of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recoprni'zed by the  Department of the Interior which is not executed an o datrd avtkr  THE   DATE  OP THE  WARRANT FOR THB LAND GRANT issued  "by the  Minister of Militia and Defence in favor of the  Volunteer.  J. W. 3REENWAY,  Commissioner of Dominion  Lands, Ottawa,  28th September, 1908.  r  NURSERIES  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  . Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  L.  .j  Hange  How a Sask-alta  thermometer  earns its money,  By indicating when oven is ready for  "vbakixig/-By cutting out the "peeping"  into oyeni   By showing on its face what'  is going  on in the oven.    By saving  "door-opening" heat. ' By substituting  certainty for chance  in baking   results.  "Sask-alta" range  thermometer was  tested for six months  before one range was  sold. "Sask-alta"  thermometer is to  the housewife what  the compass is to the  ship captain.  3  London Toronto, Montreal.Wlnnlpeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.,   LTD.  New Westminister, B.C  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  .^ ���'"������  TENDERS FOR DREDGING.  SEALEDTENDERSaddressedtothennder-  slgncd and endorsed "Tender for Dredging Coal Harbour," will be received until Friday, 30th October, J908, at 4.30 P.M., for dredging- required at Coal Harbonr, Vancouver, Province of British Columbia :���  Tenders will not be considered unless made  on the form supplied, and signed with the actual signatures of tenderers.  Specification and form of tender can be obtained on application to G. A.. Keefer, Esq.,  Resident Engineer, New Westminster, and at  the Department of Public. Works, Otlawo.  Tendersmnst include the towlnjrof the plant  to and from the works. Only dredpes can be  employed which are registered ia Canada at the  time of the Gliag- of tenders. Contractors must  be ready to beg-in work within twenty -days after the date they have been notified of the ac  c��ptance<f their teuder.'  An accepted cheque on achartered bank, payable.tn the order of the Honorable the Minister  of Public storks, for one thousaud dollars  (Sl,CO0.0O), must be deposited as security. Tbe  cheque will be returned iu case ofnouaccept-  ance of tender.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  -the lowest or any tender. ...  By orber,  NAP. TES'SIER.  _     ��� ' Secretary.  Department of publicwo'Its. ,   ���''/'/..--.  Ottawa, October 7, 1903.1'        ' ���< '  Newspapers will not be paid for this advert!'  semen t if they insert it without authority from  the Department.  SAYS THIS K BEST  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining' District.  f The ..Times   has 'the'  most complete Stock of  Type,   Inks,   Paper,   in  the Boundary.  % The, Time? is improv-  ing- its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests e.very  month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can . deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  A hading hmtlk Jawnftl ia anrvrer-  lag *ke quMtfe* ���* Wk��t b ihe best  PMMriBtMa to oltu mi purify tbe  NMdl* priatofat��� meat iaauo the  followla(t  Vlaid Sxtract DudtUoa one ounce;  Owtpoaad galataae, eoa <raao�� ;  OiMapmuKl Svrap SarMparflla, four'  oanaaa.  .   Soak* well aad aa��' ia UMpoonful  daoai after ���aehmaat aad at bedtime.  A wall-kaown payaioiaB state* that  the** or* aaratlua veostaUe togre-  dieata, whiah eaa be obtaiaed ax��m  tsy gssd pivsori^iioe poxrmaoy.  Tab mixtare will dean the blood  of all Imporitiea. Io jaat a few days  tbaaldn begiaa toolear afsoree, boils  aad pin&alee. - It puU vigor and  eaaqrjr iato randowa debilitated  nun aad woman. For many years  Saraaparflla alone baa beea considered  a mod blood medicine. But while  it bait up and made new blood, tie  isaoritiea remained within and the.  good accomplished waa only temporary. Sarsaparilla, however, when  used in combination with Compound  Salatohe and Extract Dandelion,  worka wonder*. Trie combination  pate the kidney* to work to filter  and tift out the waate matter, ario  aeid, and other impurities tkat Mote  dieeue. It make* new blood and  relieve* rheumatism and lame back ,  and bladder trouble*.  CANADIAN  6 A'f.LWA Y  FROM  GREENWOOD   TO  VICTORIA, B.C,  $21.85  Selling Dates Sept. 19th to  24th. Final. return limit  Sepf 28th:";....  NELSON,   B.C.     >  $4.80  Dates Sep." 21st  to  Final     return   limit  28th. <      ���    ���������'  25th.  Sept  >MIMMMI>tMMM��MMt  NEW WESTMINSTER  OR VANCOUVER  $19.35  Selling dates Sept. 26th to  Oct. 2nd. Final return limit  Oct. 7th.  Corresponding rates from  other points. Apply to'Local  Ticket Agents for berth  reservations, etc.  J. E Proctor, D.P.A., Calgary,  B.   W.    F?EDF>ATf4r     AGENT  OREENWOOD  *f Subscribe For.Adver-  tise In^ Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper,  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  " CUTAWA. NO. 2 " Mineral Claim, sitnate  in the--Green wood Mining- Division of Yale  District. Where located: On Wallace-Moun  tain.  TAKE NOTICE that I.Edward H. Mortimer  Free Miner's certificate No. B14422, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply-  to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action nnder section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements'.  Dated this Ninth dav of September A.D. 190*.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER.  House, si{jn and all exterior and  and iutC'-ior paintiug- and decorj  ating prbmf.My done.  Ulall Papering  End K&isomining  Send, in yoi" ��;.ring orders.  6eo.l$Xbotnp$  Bo* "-. '-Jrocawood.  Sh :v Guvit iment street.  Snynopsis of Ganadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULAT10HS.  A NY even-numbered section of Dominion  Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, exception; 8 and 26, not reserved, may  behomestearled bvany parson who ia the sole  head of a f am iir. or any male over IS years ot  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of ISO  ac res, more or less. ,  Application for entry must be made in person  by,the applicant at a Dominion Land Agencv  or Sub-agency for the district in which the land  Is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  m.ideat any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an intending- homesteader.  Duties���1. At least six monf.'S' residence,  upon a.id cultivation of the land in each year  for thrv-e years.  2. A homesteader may, If he so desires, per  form the required residence duties by llvinr on  farming- land owned solely by him, not lead  than eighty i��0) acres in extent.ln the vicinity  of his bon estead. He may also do so by living-  with father or mother, on certain conditions  joiut ownership in land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader Intending to perforn. bin  residence duties in accordance with the above  while living with parents or on farming- land  owned by himself must notify the Agent for tbe  dihtrict of such intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputv of the Minister of V.w. Interior.  Nr. B.���Unauthorized  publication of   this ad  vertiofiment will not be oaid for.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To W. C. Tliomas and J. A. Devlin or to  whomsoever tlicr have transferred their interests in tlie Monte Carlo, Eu-jt-ne. Dilmnn and  Number Seven mineral claims "hunted fin the  West 1-nrk of Kettle Ri*er, Greenwood Mining Divison of Yale Dist. B. C.  Vou are hereby noti Red that we the undersigned have exoemled the cum of four hundred  dullarBonthe above claims toirethcr with re-  'coidlng-fees, suck being r��i|uired to iinlil the  said claims fur the vcar ending August 12tls.  l'W>��, under the provision of the Mineral Act  and AmerdSug Acts : and if ot ihe expiration  .of ninety days fro:u the date of the first pub]!  <rnt:.->u of this notice in the Kohnda rv Creek  Times you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of such pxtwrtiiitiire. namely fli'O, together  ��-itti all cost*; of no-vprtisinu. vour interests irs  the <t*id mineral clsims shall become vested in  ns (ronr ro^.n-nersi upon filing in tbe proper  offi-e in Thnt behnlf the oflMavit required by  PetTion 4rf the Mineral Act Amendment Act  190I--  f>at��'el tuisSta day'of October. f>08,  C.H. FAIR.  T. J. BENNINGER.  mm  ; v;.r.ijs.i  '���''"���"'-���'^S'Sl  imm  mm  y*:!m  "i.iy^tm  -"J ���.���'���'(!::^1'-ii'ttftfa  ?y}M  ;im  y-:^m  '������-���M^iA  ������ yn>'m  ymm  sir  y:'^SM  yy-iim  Subscribe for Tbe Times >'y  ���: t  >t   .P;  vM-l  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  :':'Bii'.i*:S;ll K ^4n  few- Sp^Ppsfpiffea  '��  The House for Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description,    J��    J��  We carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE BROADWAY  BRAND     jc<      X  At prices to suit everybody  ���_BBKB_aS__5_3E__i  'M  n  iiu.,  Greenwood Oquor �������  During the month of OCTOBER.  FLOOR COVERINGS, ART SQUARES, RUGS,  LINOLEUM AND OIL CLOTH  TERMS OF SALE���CASH  ZL. L,. WHITE  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  ThePalace Livery Stable  *.-���~.  Purely Personal  in  Eholt  James McCreath was  Tuesday. -  S. Sfcooke, of Midway, was in  on business this week;./  Mrs. A F. H. Meyer is on a  short visit at Spokane.  Miss Wilson gave a "500" party  Mondav    vening.  James C. Dale, pioneer and pro-  pector of Carmi, is in Greenwood.  C.P.R. Agent. Macpherson,  Eholt, was in the city yesterday.  C. Scott Galloway, of Grand  Forks, was in town over Sunday.  S. McOrmond, merchant, of  Eholt, was iu the   city   Wednes->  day. ���*  Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenwood and  son Albeit, went to Spokane this  week.  T. R. Hanson,' merchant, of  Rock Creek* was in town on Tuesday.  Ernest Miller, Barrister of  Grand Forks, was in Greenwood  this week.  Miss Minkler entertained a few  friends at "500" Wednesday evening.  J. R. Ferguson aud William  Laughton, of Midway, were in  town yesterday.  Robert Kerr, custom's officer,  Midway, was in Greenwood Tuesday.  Born���On Monday, October 19.  to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sutherland, of Greenwood, a boy.  F. J. Gillespie, provincial manager Excelsior Life,was in Greenwood this week.  ^  TOWN 20<PICj  4  The Prince Henry mine is being  un watered.       y  The city collector reports taxes  coming in lively.  Full election returns will be received at the Liberal Club rooms.  Remember thel.O.O.F. annual  Bali, Friday, October 30th.    ;  .''. H. Bunting has put up a new  steel, fire-escape on the.Public  School. ���  Pemberton's bridge ^gang was  transferred from Greenwood to  Fife Wednesday.  Alex. Robinson,  Grand Forks, was  this week.  contractor, of  in Greenwood  ment when he is absolutely inno  cent of the charge.   Cinderella Club,  A Cinderella Club has been.  formed in Greenwoqd with a  chairman, sec.-treas. and committee of five, which promises to  be quite the swell thing of < the  season. ' '  It is the intention of the club  to hold a series of ten dances during the winder, arrangements for  a full orchestra have been made,  and a big interest is being taken  iu the matter.  A final meeting willbe held on  Friday night to arrange the jdate  for the club's first dance of the  season al the end of this month.  The  Quality  Fines)  Turnouts in  urn  un iti  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  John Rusk, rancher, of the  West Fork, was in Greenwood  Wednesday.  C.   J.   Leggatt,    Barrister,   of  Midway,   was   at   the   Imperial  Wednesday.  AngusD. McLennan, of .Rock  Creek mountain', drove in to hear  Mr. Ross on Saturday night.  Mr. R. K. Stevens will give a  fancy-dress Hallow-'een party on  the night of October 30th.  Howard Stevenson hasi taken  a posilion in the electrical department of the B.C.'Copper Co's  smelter.  R. S. Raven, of the Bell Mining Syndicate, Wallace Mountain,  is registered at the Imperial.  W. L. Tibbetts, of Spokane,  travelling freight and passenger  agent of C. M. & St. Paul Railroad, was in the city Tuesday.  G. Mitchell, formerly principal  of the Boundary Falls' school,  has gone on a three month's visit  to Ontario, and will return about  Xmas.  D. C. Fraser, C.P.R. bridge-inspector, of Nelson, and Mrs. Fraser, were at the Imperial on Monday. .  F. M. Elkinsand wife, will leave  Greenwood at the end of next  month to take up their residence  iuQ Vancouver.  A Grand Fork's paper informs  us that Col. Lowery, editor and  financier of the Greenwood Ledge  was over that way last week.  J. M. Cameron, Train-master,  and Phil Wade, road-master,were  in town Wednesday and went  down to Midway on official business.  Geo. Heatherton has returned from a visit to his home in  Ontario, whither he was called  by the illness of his f ather*  The engagement is announced,  of Mr. John T. Beattie, Manager  of the Canadian  Bank   of   Commerce, and Miss M. Maude Mink  ler, daughter of Mrs.  M. Minklt r  and neice of Mrs. Robert Wood.  Mrs. F. W. Hart, {accompanied  by her sister, Miss Lillian Crawford, of Toronto, has arrived in  Greenwood to iook after Mr.  Hart's property interests here,  and will stay till Christmas. Mr.  Hart is at present in Prince Rupert.  The election returns will be posted at the Show in the Auditorium Monday night.  Snow appeared on the Greenwood hills after the rain Monday,  but has disappeared again.  The ladies of St. Jade's Guild  will meet at Mrs. C.J. McArthur's  on Tuesday afternoon next at 2.30  Just out���"Lewis Rand," by  Mary Johnston, author of "To  Have and to Hold," at Coles' Book  Store. ��� 0 '  The Greenwood Assizes opened  yesterday with Mr. Justice Martin on the Bench. The docket is  light.  , We would remind the city pro-,  perty holders tha.t those who pay  their, taxes before the 3tst are entitled to a rebate.  The railroad engineers haye returned to the West Fork country  under tbe direction of Mr. Henderson, of Grand Forks.  October 31st is the last day for  earbllment on the civic voter's  list to qualify for the January  civic election^.  Mrs. H, McCutcheon has been  appointed delegate to the Sunday  School convention to be held at  Revelstoke, October t 27-29, from  the Presbyterian Church, Greenwood.  Contractor Steves is preparing  for the winter's logging operations near Westbridge in the Kettle River Valley for the Yale-  Columbia Lumber Co.  F. Richter, of Keremeos, and  John H. East,of Midway, were  in the business centre on Monday  on business in connection with  Mr. East's timber claims.   .  Monday, November 9th the  King's birth-day is Thanksgiving  day in Canada,and November 12th  is election day in Yale-Cariboo  and Kootenay,  Our popular townsman, Mr. E.  Foyle Smith and Miss Hancock,  of England, were married at Revelstoke by the Rev. C. A. Pro-  cunier. ^Mr. and Mrs. Smith  have taken up their residence on  Greenwood Street.  Clothing  CAMPBELL'S   CLOTHING  Total Loss. ������������.���;'  At'3 a.m. yesterday fire broke  ��at at No. 1 Gold street. The  firemen were quickly on hand and  /were able to confine .the fire to  the one building which is a com-  plete wreck. Only a few of the  contents were saved and three  dogs are said to have.perished in  the flames.  The building which was owned  by Miss Mansfield, of Vancover,  and was built at a cost of $3,000  was insured in the North American, of Philadelphia for ��750.  ' The contents were - insured in  the Phoenix and Brooklyn for  $750.  It is not known how the fire originated though it is though it  was probably from the-kitchen in  rear of the house.  This" Quality " about which we talk so much ia  Campbells Clothing  is our strongest argument why you should buy  our clothing.   ���  These days any tr^an can be fitted perfectly in  ready-made clothing of the better kind.  But besides Style and Fit���the honest wearing  value���the point which makes a man buy the  same brand again and again is specially featured in Campbell's Cloth ng.  The materials are as good as Ave can buy, the  finishings and workman-ship of the highest  quality. The result���the clothing-���is sold toyou  over our guarantee of money back if all details  of style, fit and wearing value are not as we represent them.'  The Brater-KeiuhM Co.,Ltd  m  Cbe  No doubt Sir Wilrrid will carry  the elections of the 26th of tin is  month.���Toronto Saturday Nig] t  Pacific Cafe  Is now under the IManagement of Mrs, Creig  Meals are served at all hours of the day aid night.  If ycu want a good meal, well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided "try the Pacific. By ' attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant.  ����<$. 4.4. ��$. 4. ��$..$.���$..$. 4.4. <4t^4��4��4�� ���$>��$���<$�� 4* *$���<$�� <$..$�����{.  COME!  WHERE ?���Why to the Anniversary  Service in the Methodist' Church,  SUNDAY, NOV. 1st, and   MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd.  SUNDAY.  Rev. J. D. P. Knox will preach both-  services.    11 a.m., Sacrament of the  Lord's Supper.    7.30 p. m., Anniversary Sermon.   ��� .   '  MONDAY.  Rev.. R. N. Powell,1 of Nelson,  will give hisvmost interesting lecture  on 'Short Trips thru the Wdst Indies/  well illustrated by splendid set of views  Then the Ladies' Aid is  providing  for the eatables, and everyone knows  what they can do.  Admission: Children 25c; Adults 50c  We have a few   ,fc  cheap Lots for  Sale, close in,  O  Will Secure one  aamammmmammmmammMmmmmmmmmam  Bealey Investment &<Trnst Co., Ltd;  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.    ~  ^^^^^^4#^^^^^^^4*4��+^+^ir%l*,f**l'*l'^>'  ��**e��*����aa��e������*<��ft0*0tte����*��*��0aa6**e**��e*a*a��* ��*�������**  Opera Hoiise, One Night Only  Another Mistake  Ion. Oct 26  > ���  WILLIS AND [COSGROVE  Present    Clarence   Ben/  NETT's Great Biblical  Drama,  Q  \)  I V  It  J  A. W. Jennings, who was held  in. Greenwood gaol for two weeks  as a suspect in the Midway trouble was released on Monday for  want of evidence snfficient to -detain him longer in custody.  The only evidence against Mr.    .   .,-    . t> o , *���  Jennings was the very improbable As Manns, a Roman Soldier  �� WITH  HAROLD NELSON  a  *  ��  0  ��  0  ��  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  -0  0  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  Trcsb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry*  s  0  ���  0  0  ��  0  ��  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0.  0,  0  0  *  0  ��  0  0��0��0��i����a��0��000��00000000000000����AvA^000000000����0e��000  F. C. BUCKLESS  _____ PROPRIETOR     -  /W'  story of a women from the vicinity of .Danville, and he .claims  that had he been given an h��ur  and a half at Colville he could  have proved that he was in Idaho  at the time of the Midway naur-  d��r.  He came across the line willingly, and if does-leek strenuous to  remand a man eight or niHe  times while the affieers ar�� searchr  ingr, for sufficient evidence to hold  him for trial.  Of course all sorts of storie*  get abroad on occasions like these,  audit is   regretted that   a  man  ���   ��� '     .      ,   j _ ��� . Dated at Midway B.C., the 23rd  day "of Oct  should be subjected to such treat- ober,i9o8. s^ned, z,. e. salter  Assisted  by  FREDERICK  CLARK and a Metropolitan  Caste.  The most.sublime play ever written.  Endorsed by Clergy, Press and Public.  Beautiful Senic and Lighting Effects;  Prices       -       $1.00 & 75c.  Seat Sale at usual place.  LICENSE ACT, 1900. .  TAKE NOTICE that. I, _. E. Salter, oi  Midway,B.C., intend applying to the Super;  intendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one mouth from the date hereof, for a renewal of ray hotel license for the premises  known as the Hotel Spokane,sitUate at Midway  B.C.  (r  In the matter ����f '-.ommerce Canada now stands third among the  nations of tho World. Let Laur-  ior finish his werk.���Stratford  Boacoa-  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  Get  Wise  AND  ��  ���   ���   ��� ���  w  \\  \\  W  It  \l  *  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE " PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138; Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co., JSSffiRMS  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON/BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  ���i s . y ��� Geo. M. Holt, Manager.  !  ^=  Jenks Bros.  Greenwo od  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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