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 Mrs:.  mm  mm  SPMS  mm  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY,    OCTOBER   16, 1908.  Greenwood's Big Furniture  Store  Carpets, Linoleums,  BURRELL'S APOLOGY  No. 6'  CITY COUNCIL  New Japanese Mattiu'gs^ih.greM-Ta"l"iety.'^  A Fine L<ine of sea-grass Chairs at prices .that  -'f "'������"'���'' ������"���'.V;'.'���'������;   will.astonish.  ''������-.���';��� A new line of:Imported Carpet Squares just  opened tip.  Will be .sold cheap.  -    '  -. ~ ;;We carty a Big Range of Childrens'Go-  carts and Carriers. Drop in and see the latest  Steel Gollapsible-r-Fqlds in one motion.   .  T. At.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -" -   Phone 27  000<>0<>00<>0<>OOKJO<>obo<HX>0<>0<>0<H>0<XH>0<>0<>^^  O ���_,:.:..-._.:.������-. ..-.������ /��  The Conservative meeting at  the Auditorium tlast night was  opened by a carefully prepared  speech by Dr. William E. Spankie  on the Asiatic question, in which  the speaker studiously "avoided  any reference to  his own   or thei  ^(l  Having purchased the stock <5f Messrs Rendell and  Co., at a discount, we are placing the same on sale  at greatly reduced prices, everything in the store  reduced.    Absolutely nothing reserved.  Buying your Fall and Winter goods  during this sale-1-You c_n save money.  BARCLAY & CO.  DRY GOODS-^BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  ���0��00����OOo��r^OOOCK>0��<>0<K>00���0^0<^����0<K��0��H%000����0��Oe<X>000  00<>Oe000004>0000<K><><X>00<X>000<><>0<>0<^^  MONEY SAVED  T6'those who haven't bought  of us before we ask  ah opportunity to show the following lines in Men's  '���Shoe's. : '.���' :- ''" ���,���;  Vici Blucher Bals. Dull Kid top, Heavy single  Sole  $4.00  ~4.50  Box Calf Blucher BalsA 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 h^avy box calf blue bal. tipped, felt  lined*     /: -.   .     '���-."   ':^'        -.   ��� .-  Extra-heavy box calf bal.,plain toe, leather  ;_��� -������.lined, double sole   V;*  '.'.-; -  Pat. colt, blucher bal.. dull kid topf tipped ~.~v  The above lines iare all Goodyear Welt, Solid Heels  and Soles.  . W. GEORGE & CO  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in.Greenwood  O :   ������'���������-������  ��� $  O��<>0<>0<><>00<>0<>^0<><><>0<>0<>0<>0��>��<><>0<>0<^  5.50  5.00  5.00  candidate's feelings in the matter  and neglected to even mention  Bowser and the Gotoh contract.  , Mr. Burrell in again presenting  himself as a candidate for Yale-  Cariboo laid great stress on the  enormous area of the constituency though he   claimed   that  the  election  might - be  held 10 days  after the nomination.  This is the earliest that Mr.  Burrell could imagine the election  might be held, making a.deferred  election unavoidable in Yale-Cariboo as there are only seven days  between nomination day and the  genera] election. - ������  Mr. Burrell declared that the  Liberal Government had taken  Mr, Borden's platform in introducing their civil service reform,  in enlarging the power of the rail,  way Commission and in instituting rural " free delivery of the  mails and in giving the people  government-owned telephones and  other utilities.  Although Apposed to the scheme,  the Conservatives, if elected,  would net endeavor to block the  constructiea ef the G.T.P, .  ., In eulogizing his friends, Foster aiid Fowler, M*. Burrell dug  into the muck-heap ��f Tory si an-  der and accused the Cabinet Ministers of taking dishonest money.  He promised to read offioial records to prove his statements but  this was overlooked in the volum-  ieus quantity of reading matter  with which^e-regaled htfr-pafcieai  audience ; though he quoted his  friend, Joseph Martin, who said  that there had been jobbing and  corruption in the Canadian Parliament.  As the previous speaker had  dealt with the Asiatic question  it was not necessary for him to  say much about it, but he would  plead guilty to the "soft impeachment" of being an employer of  Asiatic labor ..J  , The Chinese and Hindus were  necessary aad they did not coust-  tute a mtnace to white labor, but  anyone who would employ a Jap  was beyond all pardon because  the Japs had the ability to go into business and might disposess  the white man in fruit growing  and other enterprises.   '  Mr. Borden's attitude on this  matter was net referred to. It  was McBride and We all through  from the fruit-lecturing tour at  $5 a day to the noble Hindu who  had accidentally drifted from his  native strand to find a haven of  refuge oh the fruit-farms of the  Kettle Vallay.  At the ' regular meeting of the  City Council Monday evening, a  communication from, J. L. Martin  re Providence Creek with statements of receipts and expenditures  for. nine months ending Sept.  20, 1908,' was received and filed.-  On motion of Aldv Fleming and  ROSS AT PHOENIX  BOUNDARY MINING,  Mortimer the request of H. D.  McGillivray for a refund of $100  on licence fee for the destroved  Victoria hotel was granted.  The   finance committee repor-  ed the followiug^accduntscorrec-:  Kinney & McDonald: 29.59  F. C. Buckless... .;  1.50  White   Bros .:.  8.95  Greenwood City Waterworks  Co..'. .*: 139.45  The Ledge : ..,    7.00  W. Elson      ..'. 40.00  Bubar and McKay...... 13.62  Hunter-Kendrick Co. -��� 15-95  Nelson   Ironworks...... j  .-2.00  Crane Co ..d  151.28  Report received aud accounts  or-  dared paid.     ~ ���(���;  It was decided thatlcement left  over from the . reservoir be used  for a street crossing.\between' the  Clarendon and P. Burns & Co.  and provided there ia-enough over  for another crossing at Kidney  and McDonald's.       - ���   .  The clerk was instructed to  write the C.P.R. r��v repairs to  Louisa street, on 'damage caused  by water fromH the C.P.R. tank,  and to ask tbem I te. construct a  ditch to prevent further damage  "At Phoenix last night Duncan  Ross received an enthusiatic reception from a gathering of 400  of the electors of the big copper  camp.  JohnMcInnes, M.L.A., also addressed the meeting a't some  length, and as : usual received a  respectful hearing.  Invitioas to the Conservative  campaigners to be on hand to present their claims for 'support  were not accepted, and as a consequence of their failure to explain themselves to the people of  Phoenix the local Tories have  lost all hope for the vote to the  mining town ou the hill.  The President of the Phoenix  Liberal Association, Mr. T. B.  Cosgrove occupied the chair, and  with a reference to the good work  done by Mr. Ross during his four  years in parliament introduced  the Liberal standard-bearer to the  meeting.  In an address of. an hour and  three-quarters Mr. Ross gave a  full account of his steward-ship  as   member   for   Yale-Cariboo ;  Five locations were made in the  past week at the office of the  Grand Forks mining recorder,  with six transfers aad twenty-  seven certificates of assessment  work.  At the Bruce mine near Midway, development work is shewing very encouraging results.  Hearing Tomorrow  A. W. Jennings, arrested at  Kettle Falls,and awaiting a hearing in Greenwood gaol has been  detained under several remands.  It is expected that tbe officers  will have all their evidence in by  tomorrow when the accused will  again appear before, the magistrate.  LOCAL itlMS  Messrs. Curtis and Tees have returned from au outing at James  lake. .       >:  : ���  The Greenwood. Amateur Dramatic Club are getting things iu  shape for another season of activity in the way of rehearsals of a  Haw play which they . intend to  present in due course..  The excep' ional success which  attended the club's presentations  of the play "Confusion" last winter in.Phoenix, Grand Forks,and  their home town has encouraged  them . to plan for even better  things for the coming'season.  Buy 15c prints, gingham!*, and  cottons from Barclay & Co., their  entire stock on sale Saturday and  Monday for 10c a yard.  The Campaign  ��������*'  Clnbb  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  8tnd The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.     .    -=��� .  Duncan Ross, M.P., returned  on Wednesday from a tour of the  Similkameen, Nicola, and the  South  Okanagan.  Mr. Ross   addressed meetings  at Bridesville, Keremeos, Hedley,  | Merritt, Nicola Okanagan Falls  and Fair view.  The meeting at Rock Creek  has been postoned to another  date. ���  Last night Mr. Ross spoke at  Phoenix ; tonight he speaks at  Grand Forks and tomorrow night  at the Auditorium, Greenwood.  Next week Mr. Ross will address meetings at Salmon Arm  and Kamloops, and later will go  to the coast to assist the Liberal  candidates there before the close  of the general campaign on Oct.  26.      -���������'' ���  A change has been made in the  West Fork stage route which in  future will connect with McDonald's stage at Midway,, aad,will  make Beaverdell in one day instead of tw�� which it formerly took  | from Grtenwood- t* Beaverdell.  The dancS given by the-Greenwood Fire Department at the  Auditorium on Monday evg. was  a very successful and pleasant  affair.  The Greenwood Orchestra of  seven pieces supplied the music te  which seventy-five couples trip-,  ped the light fantastic to their  hearts' content, under the capable  floor direction of Mr.W. Richardson. The decorations were splendid and during theeyening a very  enjoyable supper was served at  Moore's cafe. What the Green-  weod firemen do is alway done  well.  The Ladies of St. Jude's Guild  will meet at Mrs. Ross' next  Tuesday afternoon at 2.30.   .  The Ladies of St. Jude's Guild  intend'having their annual bazaar  in the Opera House the last week  in November. They will have all  kinds of useful and fancy articles  for sale aud will also serve ''High  Tea" from 5.30 until 7.30.       -  CJarehce Bennett's beautiful  play "The Holy City," which is  csnsidered one of the best productions on the stage, will be seen  at the Auditorium on Monday,  October 26th. The costumes  worn by Miss Moore in this play  were all made in Paris,, and are  not only rich and gorgeous as art  can produce, but are also historically correct. Special attention  is called to her gowns in act one  in the great dance before King  Herod, also those of acts one and  three, the latter being especially  beautiful.  For Saturday and Monday selling, Barclay . & Co,   offer  their  j entire stock Of   lSe prints, giitg-  speaking on matters ot local interest, the campaign of Tory  slander, the deferring of the date  of the election in -> Yale-Cariboo,  thegieat work done by the Liber*  al administation in the 'development ef Western Canada in bringing new railways and in settling.  up the country,and at every point  the speaker was received with applause and congratulation which-  showed that his successful endeavors to advance the interests  of his riding were'recognized and  fully appreciated.  Mr. Ross gave a clear and able  account of the contract and construction of the Grand Trunk  Pacific railway ; he weuirivftv  into the question of better terms  both from a'provincial and federal stand-point, aad exposed the  hypocrisy and deception of - the  provincial Tories' in ' trying to  make political capital out of non-  pplitical affairs.  The injury done to the battle  for Asiatic exclusion by Bowser  with his infamous Gotoh contract  and his deliberate nullification of  the Natal Act was handled without gloves, and shown in contrast  to.tbe effective measures taken by  the Liberal government to bar  out the Jap, the Chinaman and  the Hindu. ���  The speaker drew a comparison  of the work done by the. Conservatives when in power and the  able administration of tbe Liberal Ministers since 1896; of the  great work that remains to be  done for the-up-building of the  country, and what calamities  would result were the Conservatives to be given, control of the  country's affairs at this time of  great national development.  The feeling at Phoenix is strong  for Ross and the speaker was  plainly shown that he was  amongst his friends, and that the  men of Phoenix will vote to continue the work of progress and  advance.  Cheers for Ross, Laurier and  tne King brought to a close one  of the most successful- meetings  ever held in Phoenix.  Important Development in Greenwood  Camp  A very important body of low-  grade ore has been demonstrated  on the Croesus and Johannesburg  claims overlooking and within a  mile of Greenwood aad the B. C.  Copper Co's smelter.  On tbe Croesus a shaft was  sunk 115 feat and 78 feet ef cross-  cutting done with most encouraging results, but ewing to the increasing quantity ef water,��fforts  were centered on surface werk en  tbe adjoining claim, the Johannesburg, aud an eneraeua body  of lew-grade ore has bten stripped for 1,500 feet aad ever 60 feet  in width. The ere is a mispickle  stroag ia iron0and carrying- values in copper, aicklt, gold aad  silver.^  It has all the marks ef a big  low-gralao copper property and is  essentially a glory-hele preposition, and one of the finest features  is that the ore lies within three-  quarters of a mile by backet-tram  of the B.C. Cepper Co's smelter.  , Assays of $8 in aickle and 1)4  per cent copper have bean-obtained from the general run of the  ere with small values in silver  and gold.  The property is owned by Ola  Lofstadjwho has shown commendable enterprise and sound judgement in the development of his  claims.  For th*T>ast 18 moalhs he' has  kept four miner* steadily at work  and aow has negotiations uader  way- for a transfer of the big ore  body to men with the necessary  capital to make the big mine of  it which it promises to be.  Mechanic's Dance  Last Friday, night a very successful entertainment was given  at Eholt in aid of the striking  machinists of the C.P.R,  Songs, readings, and variety  performances made up an interesting program and the evening was concluded with a very  pleasant dance, the music being  provided by Phoenician musicians  resources  ef this   province  has  improved.  At Greeawoed he expressed his  opinions ef the Boundary country ia glowing terms; aad at Winnipeg he made the following encouraging announcement :  "There are great openings ia  Canada for successful mining especially in tbe case of B.C., and  by the opening of the Grand  Trunk Pacific facilities will ia  every way be greatly improved,"  said Mr. Ask worth. ." My owa  opinion is that B.C. will become  in the near future a great mining  centre for British capital, at all  evenfes.it should be. What impressed me, and those who' were  with me,on the excursion through  the various mining centres was -  the magnificent opening for Brit,  ish capital. This was the view  generally expressed."  "I spent months in B.C., visiting Victoria, Nanaimo, Rossland,  Greenwood and the Trail smelter  looking for investments, any of  which I shall jrecoatinend. -as being good tor many millions of  pounds."  FIELD FOR INVESTMENT  LIBERAL  MEETING  Jobn Ashworth will Recommend the  Boundary to Old-World Capital  That the recent visit of the  number of distinguished mining  engineers will be productive of  good results for the Boundary is  evidenced by the statement of  John Ashworth, President of the  Manchester Geological and Mining Society-and head of the firm  of Ashworth and Morris, mining  engineers of that   city.  Mr. Ashworth has made five  visits to B.C. and says that ou  every occasion his opinion of the  Prospectors at Beaverdell have  done $900 worth of work on the  Rawhide trail preparatory to  more extended development work  en that promising property.  Tbe provincial government has  given $100 towards the work  which is in pursuance of its usual  policy of laying most of-the burden on the enterprising but badly handicapped prospector.  The latest assay from the Raw-  dide gave 110 oz. in-silver and as  they are right on the break, the  owners feel greatly encouraged  in their work. K  Bound-try Valley Lodge 1.0.0 F  N*. 38, will hold their annual  ball on Friday Evening, October  30th.    Tickets   on sale  in >city  stores.  October lo.'os  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  Tho following table sflT���� the ore ��hipmcui(t of Bonndaiv mine* fnrionn  1*,   ,���� .����,  1904, 1905, 1906,1907.19 (8 as reported to the Greenwood Tinted '      '' 190?* 1903,  DUNCAN ROSS  Will   address   the  Electors  of Greenwood in the  AUDITORIUM,  Satur. Oct. 17th  At Eight.  Mink.  Graabjr Mines..  Snowsboe   B.C. Copper Co..  Mother Lode.  B.C. Mine   Raima.   Oro Denoro.   ..  Bonnie Belle..   ..  Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.  ..  Idaho.    ..  Rawhide   ..  Snnset   ..  Mountain Rosa.  Athleatan   'Morrison   R. Bell..   Senator   Brey Fogle.   No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur King-   Winnipeg....   Golden Crown       King Solomon      Big Copper   No. 7 Mine..   City of Parli  Jewel  1900        1901        1902        1903         1904         190S        1906        1907  64,533   231,762   309358   39',718   j49,703   653,889   801,404   613,537  297      1,741     20,800    71,212                    8.426   1350C1  5,3��0  19,494  Past  1908  Weeku  KJ1.014   15,923  2937    2,400  4^     w*M?   'n'Zl   ,74,2M.   M7-576   10S-9��   *��<���     '87.337   9/45-  47,405  650  14,811  8,530  19,365  22,937  15,537  802      7,45j     15,731  1,200  550  1,076  2,250  160  V40  '875  665  2,000  350  150  785  625  482  2,060  5,646  3.339  560  363  2,435  37,960  16,400  32,350  ^O70  3,250  1,759  4.586  3,450  222  364  33  9,485  3,007  20  1,488'    l/:i2       11,804     13,274       3.177     14,481     50.756     1,518  55,731   140,685  2,960  25,108  3.056  4,747  1.833  33  150  26,032  48,390  3,555  43,295  12,253  6��,173  31.270  31,258  649  4,��0  11.971  3,450  398      9  586  890  219  90  120  hams and cottons for 10c per yard OPPOSITION    INVITED  Rivoialde,   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Batcher Boy   Duncan.   Providence-   Elkhorn   Stratkmore   Ooldea Eafle ..  Prmtou   Prince Henry ..  Skylark......    Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine....  Bay^ _...  Mavis.   Don Pedro   Ceeccent   Helen   Ruby.   Republic..   M iscelllaaeou*..  Total, tons..  %.UJ0   390.SOO   505,876   690.419   82),S08   933^481,161,5371,148^37      Smeller  treatment��� '  Granby Co.    62.3K7   230,828   212.340   401/>21   59(.i^2   687.988   828,879   637,626     659.761   17,555  B.C. Copper Co    ���    117,611   148,600   162,913   219, m   210,830   12.V40   341,952     209,S0t,    111��5  Dom. Cop C>...   _      132.5T0      30,930     34.059   218.S11    153,439      22.34J  80     ..;.   3.230       3,436    ""325  30  30  .  79  146  106  76  9 .  65  18  40  993  726  770  1,140  700  400  325  150  40  20  20  140  20  15  55  60  52  535  5SS  224  50-  6!W  167  300  255  73;  20  30  40  45 .  90  ....  80  00  20    .  500  750  500  ... ....  ..S3  "J-  '-vK'V.-Vsi  111  y:m  ,m  ymm  m  m  if  ���������'���'���--:-wi  ������i3;gt  tal reduced." 62,18*   348,439   460,940   697,404   837/66   9*2.8771.172,4031,233,017 tnestt  0=t  <F"  99  Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest...: .-.$11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.    .  President:   Sis George A. Dkommokd, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager:   E. S. Clous-ton,  Branches in London, Eng. \��lir]�����^.\ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and.Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partlof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  mmmiemmmmmmmmmmmiimM  duty, in order to preserve our national honor, to treat them as ourselves." .  ���'  What does "ourselves" mean ?  The C.P.R. papers are still busy  predicting a Tory victory.  That commercial traveller who  stuffed up the-editor of the Gran-  brook Prospector about a Tory  victory should be punished.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptbuc.  Cable Address:       ���' Hauktt."  ( Bedford M'Neill's  Codks i Morel nif & Neal's  Gkimwooo, B. O'  Lelber's  j& BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  -tzimm* N0.38.1.0.0.F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 ()0 la the  I. ��. O. T. Hall.    A  cordial fnvl taticnlses  tended to all sojourning brethern.  S. STORER D- A. MACDONALD  N. G. v- G-  A. JAYNES, Rcc. Sec.  Cbe  Boundary Greet Times  issued everv f ridav  BIT THE  Bonndaty Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited,  J. M. MILLAR - -       -       Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ybak    2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign Countries  - 2 SO  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908  AN EFFICIENT MEMBER.  capable and efficient, the man  who has been tried and has produced the goods. -  As Minister of Mines in the  Federal Cabinet, Mr. T>mpleman  has been carrying on a very comprehensive program of mineral  investigation in B.C.  In the field operations the number of Geological Survey parties  was doubled, and during the past  season there have been as many  at work in British Columbia as in  all the rest of Canada,  a These investigations are an im  mense  man who always leads the way  in places that become producing  camps.  They are of great assistance to  those who are struggling to develop new mining fields, and they  have attracted a great deal of attention to the mineral zones of  this province.  Mr. Templeman proposes a still  greater scale of operations, and  Victoria will see that he is returned to carry on the good worlr.  The campaign in Vancouver  has run to personalities with Mr,  Cowan in the lead at callingjaas-  ty names.  Mr. Borden's Toronto.speech of  eulogy of Foster has bung that  oderiferous politician squarely on  the Leader's neck, and he must  now bear the odium which attaches, to tne Foster name.���Saturday Sunset.  tribution on behalf of any candi-'  date except through the ageat of  such candidate.  The bribery provisions in the  act are made much more severe.  Canvassing by persons residing  outside of Canada is made an indictable offence.  .; Printing offices aro lequired to  give ..the address of the printer  and publisher on every class of  printed material issued in connec-  | tion with an electionv  . Themaking of a false statement with regard to the personal  character of a candidate renders  the person making it -liable to a  fine of not less than $100.  Contributions for political purposes by any company or association-are also made an indictable  offence.  The C.P.R. was given 25,000,-  000 acres of land by the late Conservative government.  They paid whitcmen 90c a day  on tbe grade, and were allowed to  help to the prospector, tfaejim>>ort great numbers of Chinese  to keep the wages down  to   that  starvation rate.  The G.T.P. has not been given  an acre of the public land. Theyj  are paying $2.50 a day on the  grade, and they have not, and  will not, employ an Oriental en  the job. That is the kind of better terms the Liberal Government  has given to the workingmav.  And that is why the workingman  will vote to keep the Liberals in.  control.  Mr. Borden should run in Toronto to be sure of being in tbe  next Canadian parliament.  No constituency in British Columbia has made greater advancement in the last few years than  Yale-Cariboo.  Greater in area than old-world  empires and richer iu resources  than man can estimate, Yale-  Cariboo is coming to its own.  The stout-hearted pioneer who  led the way and blazed the trails  is reaping his reward, for men  and money have come this way  and great changes have been  made.  Ir. four short years Yale-Cariboo has seen two great ..railroads  come to cross the riding from its  eastern boundary to the coast.  Survey gangs are out, and other lines will cross Yftle-Cariboo.  Then feeders will be laid from  north to south to carry the products of the farm, the forest, the  orchard and the mine, and keep  our riding surging to the front.  In times like these we need  strong men to steer the ship of  progress, and none but tried and  able men will do.  Our member, Duncan Ross,  stands out pre-eminent in all the  the West as a man of initiative  and a man of action.  Through his earnest and sue  cessful efforts Yale-Cariboo has  telephones and railways, improvements to navigation and to the  mail service ; and appropriations  far many other necessary public  utilities.  To   Duncan   Koss as   M.P.  for  the riding; to   those   who   have  held uphis   hands,   and   to   the  progressive  Liberal  government  th it has made all these advancements pos Ible, the credit is due.  The man who does   things   is  the man who counts, and that   is  the man  Yale-Cariboo  wants  to  represent her needs   and   her resources in the halls of legislation.  Let the good work go on.  Elect the man you know to   be  The Keremeos Trumpet of that  prosperous burg on the Similkameen, s^ys "there was a large  round-up of stalwarts from Keremeos and the surrounding district, to listen to the .political  address of Duncan Ross, the Liberal candidate for Yale-Cariboo."  And further, "that commendable  interest in the affairs of the country was evidenced bv the close  attention with which the speaker's words were followed throughout."  Martin Burrell's newspaper,  the Grand F_orks Gazette, in a  poetical editorial sketch, pictures  Duncan Ross as leading by many  yards in the race in Yale-Cariboo.  Although everyone is aware of  the fact it does seem real nice  of the Gazette to help in spreading the glad news.  In another column will be found  the annual report of the director?  of the ^Bank of British North  America with the balance sbeat  for the past year, A very satisfactory amount of business is  shown for the period ending Juee  30th last, an interim dividend  being declared at the rate of 6  per cent, per annum. In addition to the amount' set" aside for  this purpose, a balance of- $171,  980. It was carried forward. Appropriations from the profit and  loss account were made for the  benefit of the staff, viz , to the  officers', widows and orphan's  fund $2,500, and to the -"��ffkerfc'  pension fund, $8,638.75. . The  net profit for the half year endinp  June 30th was $212,248.32, in addition to a profit and loss account  of $116,870.54, with the deductions mentioned.  Sunday School Convention  The second Provincial Sunday  School.Convention is to be held  at Revelstoke, Oct. 27-29.  The'-prpiucial speaker will be  Mr. W. C Pearce, International  Superintendent of the Adult department, through whose efforts  this department has become so  prominent during the past few  years.   ... ;^  The general theme is "The  Twentieth Century S.S, organized for effectual Work; " .. and  the different phases of the up-to-  date S.S. will be discussed.  Each school can send the pastor and superintendent and one  additional delegate for each fifty  of the enrollment or fraction  thereof.  The provincial board hopes  that all schools wijl send full delegations.  Nursing Mothers and  OVer-biirdeiwil Women  In all stations oi life, whose vigor find  vitality may have been undermined and  broken - down by over - work,- jjx acting  social duties, the too frequent bearing of  children, or otlier causes, will hnd in Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription the most  potent, invigorating restorative strersgth-  giver ever devised for their special benefit. Nurslrigjmothers w'rNJjnd It especially valuabje-ilv sustaining ��helr strength  and promotlngSm abundant rKmrishment  for the child. iJxpcctantimpfchfirs too  will find it a pricelessHiQjwW wein^e the  system for baby's coming and reTnldcing'  the ordeal comparatively painless?^Jji  nan.flojin tin rip i","y st.n.ti>, or condition  otthp female s^t-tcm. "*  Lkllcate, nervous, wealc women, who  suffer from frequent headaches, backache, dragging-down distress low down  in the abdomen, or from painful or irregular monthly periods; gnawing or distressed, sensation In stomach, dizzy or  faint'spells, see imaginary specks or spots  .flouting before eyes, .have disagreeable,  pelvic catarrhal drain, prolapsus, anto-  fersion or retro-version or other displace-.  monts of womanly'or-gans from weakness'  Of parts will, "whether thoy experience  many or only a few of the. above-symptoms, find relief and a permanent cure by:  using faithfully and fairly persistently  Dr. Piorco's Favorite Proscription.  This world-famed specific' tor woman's  weaknesses and peculiar ailments is a  piu'o glyceric extract of tho choicest native, medicinal roots without a drop of  alcohol in its rhalco-up. All its ingralt- ���  wits printed in plain English on Its bottle-  wrapper and attested under oath. Dr.  Pierce thus invites the fullest investigation of his formula knowing that It will.  be found to contain only tho best agents  known to tho most advanced. medical  selonco of all the different schoolaof practice for tho cure of woman's peculiar  weaknesses and ailments.  Copper  HANDBOOK..  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size :   Octavo.    Pages :   1226.  Chapters : 25.    -"  Scone: The Copper Industry   of  the  World  Co-yerinjr ; Copper History". Geology,  Geojjraphj. Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching-, Smelting-,  Refining;, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys,.Uses, Sulistitutes.Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  aud Continents, Mines in'1 Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports,. Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.V  ���'.' The Copper Handbook is concededly  ��he;.-';.X-;' -. :,':''  i'S  AT THE CHURCHES  Prbsby^cbsian���Services will be con  ducted -morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct set vices as usual at  Methodist Church-morning and eve ning-  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School at 3.  I    The   Miner  need*  tho book for the  If you wanFtb know more about the !facts���'it S'^b him regards    Ceology,  .imposition   and   professional   endorse'"   ��� ���  mentpf the "Favorite Prescription/ send  comp'osTtion_jjnd   professional   endorse^ j Mining, Copper Deposit  Cathowc.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. .Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev.J. A. Bbdakb, O-. M. I.  i  pastor.  Church of Engird (St. Jude'a)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m.'* Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2,30 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8  a. m; 2nd and 4th Sundays after Matins at tF\.. m. Saints' Day services  as announced in Church.  Rev. F. Vernon Venables, Vicar.  postal card request to Dr. R. V. Pierce,  Buffalo, N. Y., for hls/ree booklet treat4  ingot same.;      -   .%    : '.--.  You can't afford to accept as a substitute for this remedyof known composition  a secret nostrum of unknown oumpostr  Man.   Don't do It. ;  -BulbS Seeds. Trees,  wants lor Fall  Cat?f0efe Planting  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  0000000<>0000<X>00<K>OOQ09QOO  Aud now the Hedley Gazette  compliments Mr. "Ross on his  stand in regard to tho deferring  of the election   iu  Yale-Cariboo.  Thank you Major ; he alwavs  is on the square.  The Vernon News strongly asserts that the Conservatives have  j  no desire to stop the construction  of the Grand Trunk Pacific, but  they would see that waste was  eliminated from the work.  The G.T.P. will haVe feeders  built through Yale-Cariboo before the Tories will get a chance  to even delay the construction.  H.  Grikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;^  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.,  4* ���!������$* 4* "f* *f'���$* "fr *&  Copper,  Mines,  ... '  The Metallurgist needs the book for  tlte facts it gives him regarding copper milting, leaching, stnelti 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 Cop-  per Handbook e ives statistics and gen  eral inf ormation'on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the eutire world, aud 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': JS.OO , in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7. SO in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  ''money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage chatges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if un- ,|  satisfactory, or 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, '���   '.\  HORAQE J. STEVENS  453 SHEt,DO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.SrA.  CDMMBRGJAL     ;  HOTEL Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M.GILL1S  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. C.  1  PARENTl 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 Boaters  can be accomodated. The School is  superintended and taught by the Sis-  teis, who" 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, Vccal and Instrumental Music, French   and Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  Sister Supkrior.St. Josbph's School  *    Nsmon, B: C.  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, "50c "a box.  V  Forester Poster, prominent in  the Union Trust Company and  the Conservative party is talking  of going to law with those who  aceuse him of manipulating the  widow's and orphans' funds for  his personal benefit.  That is as unlikely to happen  as that the Vancouver "World"  will push its libel suit against  the "Province," or that Spell-binder Bowser will face Duncan Ross  on the Gotoh contract.  During last session of parliament George E. Foster filled 630  pages of Hansard to R. L. Borden's 430. As long as he is in  the House Foster will be the man  with the big say on the Tory side  and Toronto is the only place  that would ever elect him.  G. H. Cowar, Conservative  candidate at Vancouver, said-���  ���'Seriously my principle is that  when we allow these aliens to  land, to put foot off the water on  to our shores,  it   is our bouuden  NEW ELECTION ACT  Things Formerly Permitted Are Made  Criminal Acts  Tbe clerk of the crown in chancery has compiled the new Dominion Elections' Act, which went  into effect on July 20tb. It contains many new provisions effect-  ingxandidates, electors, newspapers and printing offices.  It is made a criminal offence,  punishable by heavy fine,-to take  down, mutilate or deface any proclamation, notice, voters' list or  other document required to be  posted up under the provisions of  the act.  No person can make   any   con-  I      .WWIIH.       I ' I  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,:  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc., ���* etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-S  GREENWOOD,   :   B, C.  PHONE 65.  Tvo^>0000<><>0<M><MX>0<>0000<>0<>aO  ?NDSQR  J*I��TEL  McCLUNG and GOODEVE, Proprietors.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted  throughout  with ��ltctric lights. <  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-to-date goods. .  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  -Close to the Smelter.  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. - Then why does not  everybody take Cod Liver Otil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties hayebeen 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.  WhUe  .';.  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of theO��7  and is richer in oil than any other  emuhion.and while it contains just the  right quantity" of the best form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that hotpne person in a-thou-  sand finds any" trouble, in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.-  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians everywl'ere have fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice. FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any k-nd 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 tie City  Lighted    throughout   with  EMentricity.   Hot and  Cold Baths.   ...  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C;  OI/ALOFSTA Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant cars in  Fail and Winter "weather.    Thev will  1 catch cold.   Do you kaow about Shiioh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung. Tonic, and  what it has done for so many ? It is saM  to be die only reliable remedy (or all  diseases of the air passage* in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  lake, bnguaranteedtocuteoryourmoney  is retained.: The price is 25c per bottle,  *nd.*U dealers in medjeina sell       .-3x4  Printing  Will be attended to promptly  at this office' ��� . ���    ,    *    .  This office is replete %>ith everything neces-  essaryin a printing office to ensure your  l&ork being done with neatness and despatch  TTAiemedyslMHikibememyhoasAold.  Electric current   supplied   for  I1  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting, and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  GetOiir Rates. We Can Save Yon Money mtfW&wWmmmi  %mmi  bm*m  WW  ^mmmmi^^^^^m  v$sPm  m  'mmM  mm  mm��k?  i��M  ���immi  vH?3*  :*:riV. %*:.  s^5-i-*;r  THE   BOUSDARV:-CREEK TIMES  ���m  Why pay good money for ppor 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 to1 give first-  ' class work, and money refunded if  work is not satisfactory. Amateur's  films developed and printed. Two  cents will mail a roll of films, and you  can get them back m two days. Give  us,a trial. ,    ',<.  Tte^efepn Studio,  Box 641. JMJELSON; B.C.  PROVINCIAL ITEMS!  Alex. Henderson, father of tbe  Governor of the Yukon, died at  New Westminster aged 7S years.  I    MINING   I  The exports of copper  North Atlantic ports from  1-28. were 19,270 tons.  from  Sept.  $150,000   was-distributed    at  Fernie last pay day.  The Armstrong fair was a pur*  ely agricultural exhibition and  was a prsntmced success.  Cob. Murphy, an old-timer in  the'SlocaH, who has been'pros.  Meeting'in Cariboo, is m,Prince  Rupert���Empire.  Port   Essington  another newspaper.  is   to   have  The  Empire  is  doing a good  Work in boosting;'the fiisheries of  , the North Pacific coast.  An "agreement has been reached between the operators and the  miners of District Ne.. 10, which  includes the State of Washington,  whereby the wages, which have  been been paid for the last year,  will remain the sca'e'for the coming-* two years. ,  ���  . The Calgary Daily Mail is being sued for criminal Ujbel by the  Eye-Opener of that city. Mr.  McGillicuddy was arrested and  released on $1,000 bonds.  The war sentiment is rampant  in the Balkans, and Turkey aud  Austria are sparring for position.  The mountain mill-men say  that 90 per cent of their plants  will not operate this winter, owing to the heavy stocks of lumber  on hand.  Tbe Bank of Montreal has purchased a $300,000 site in   Winni-  peg   for   a   half-million    dollar  structure to be built for the bank  The general federation of  trades unions has issued a', manifesto declaring that there are  1,500,000 unemployed in the  United Kingdom and recommends  the appeintmeut of a Portfolio of  Labor. *���  Ogives strength for any  sustained effort of body  or mind: it is. the concentrated ii o ur is h m en t  of beef available for"  immediate use. ~i  J. F. Young, agent for Gug-  genheims, has been examining  the Python and other mining  properties near Kamloops, with a  view to buying and erecting a  smelter at that point.  The owners of the famous -Py-  thon group were offered $50,000  for their properties by Mr. Young  but declined the off��r.  The U.S. Mint will.buy 125.000  ounces of silver weekly for an indefinite period.  Hon. Charles Murphy was sworn  in as Secretary of State on Oct.  10th, and has been nominated by  the Liberals of Ottawa.   '  Kamloops, Revelstoke and Golden are all boosting their respective routes to the north for transportation, to the construction  camps of the G.T:P.  Report of the Directors  OF  The Bank of British  North America  To the Propri3tors.  ���HBS  W; O. Miller is to succeed J.T.  Arundel as Supb. of the C.P.E.  i l Vancouver. Mr. Arundel goes  to Winnipeg as general superintendent -ot the central division. -.  The Liberal Club  Rooms  Are Open every  Afternoon  and Evening1,  In the Rendell Block,  next to the Bank of Mon-  trealy Greenwood Street  '- Westminster again" easily defeated the Capital lacrosse team  ��f Ottawa.      The Walkem case was concluded* in Vancouver by the defendant being sentenced by Judge  Lampman to ten. month's impris-  ment.  The new church at Keremeos  was ���pened by the Rev. G. A.  Wilson, Supt, of Presbyterian  Missions ia British Colombia.  -The tenders for300 more miles  ���f the Pacific eadof the  G.T.P.  will be let within a month.  The traffic ef the Crew's Nest  line is very heavy at "present.  The greatest discovery of gold  in'Western Ontario was made  this week by Peter King, an explorer, at Sturgeon Lake distriet,  near Port Arthur. He brought  five samples of ore as been taking  from tne property. A stampede  of hundreds to the new, district  has begun;  The Court of Directors  30th June last.  submits the accompanying Balance Sheet to the  The profits for the Half-year, Including $116:870.64 brought forward  from last account, amount to $329,118.86, out'of which the Directors have  now to report the r"- "iration of an Interim Dividend, of 30s per Share*  payable, free of Income Tax, on the 1st October next, being at the rate of  6 per cent, per annum, leaving a balance of $171,980.11 to be carried forward.  A cheque for $26,668,260in payment for the Kimberley diamond*  mines is. the largest ever drawn.  OWES CURE TO. ZAM-BUK  Judge Brown, of Greenwood,  has-been holding sittings of the  County Court in the Similkameen  and south Okanagan,  John Love, druggist,of Hedley,  has taken eharge of the Thrasher  drugstore recently  purchased by  . him in Phoenix.  The Richtcr boys killed a large  J>rown bear near their lower  ranch, Keremeos.  Sir Thomas Shmughnessy, President C.P.R. is on his annual  tour of the company's western  lines.  The people of a rural community can make no better investment  than their contributions to the  support of their local papers.���  Saturday Sunset.  G. H, Rutherford, Dominion  Express Agent, Grand Forks, has  bought 21 acres of land from W.  J, Brown and will plant it to  orchard next spring.  Prominent Manager's Telling  ���Testimony^  MJt. D. R. Gout-ley, advertising- manager of the well known Piano firm of  Gourlay, Winter and Iteming, Toronto and Winnipeg, is amongst tbe prom  inent men and -women who testify to  Zam- Buk's great curative power, he  writes to the Company as follows :  "Gentlemen,���I have pleasure in  stating- that upon the recommendation  of a relative I purchased a box of your  remedy (Zam-Buh), and by a few applications entirely cured a severe sprain  of the back. While not given to indiscriminate use of, or belief in, patent  medicines, I- can conscientiously recommend Zam-Buk.  ��     "Sincerely yours,  (Signed) D. R. Uourlay."  That is just where"Zam-Buk proves  its superiority ! It is treated by men  and women who have triea it, as ��lto:  gether differedl to. ordinary preparaf  ions. ^Doctors, hospital nurses, trainers, matrons of convalescent homes���  all give Zam Buk a good word; and  better still the uie it. Zam Buk is as  good for- muscular stifiness, sprains,  rheumatism and sciatica as it is for  skin troubles. Hockey players and  athletes in general find   it  invaluable.  For eruptions, bruises, old wounds^  running sores, ulcers, boils,cuts, scalp  sores, eczema, itch, barber's rash,  burns, scalds, and all skin injuries and  iseases. Zam-Buk is unequalled.  Best cure for piles -yet known.  All druggists and stores at 50c. a box  or from Zain-Buk Co., Toronto.'  Warrants will be remitted to the Proprietors on the 30th  The DivWend  September next.  The sum of $16,586.80 has been set aslde:out of the Profits of the Half-  year to meets the depreciation in the Bank's- investment _iri�� /Dominion of  Canada Bonds, which  will hereafter stand in the Books at 95.  The following approT -tic-- from the - Profit and Loss "Account have  been  made  for  the  benefit   of  the  Staff,  viz.:���  To the Officers' Widows and Orphans' Fund     $2,500.00  To the'Off leers'Pension Fund    :'...���       8,638.75  has   ' -->n   opened  at  St  Since the close of the half-year a Sub-Branch  John's  Gate   in  Upper  Town,  Quebec.  London^  1st September,  1908.  The Baiik of British North America.  v wjtow fmwMOT.ivw  L  GENERAL NOTES  i  Chicago is agitating for a deep  waterway from that city to the  Gulf of Mexico.  There are 800 men employed on j  city work in Vancouver. -  All the twelve elevators at In-  * W. Price, teamster for P. Burns  & Co. at Fefnie, was badly mauled by a bear which he had woun-'  dad. -    ,  ' dian Head, the largest -wheat marketing point in America are filled.  The question of the transportation of wheat has become a serious  one,  Dr.     *     Balance Sheet, 30th June, 1908.  To  Capital     ............   ......$ 4,866,666.60  20,000 Shares of ��50 each fully paid.    "  To Reserve  Fund       ..,.   ...;......    2.336.000.00  To Deposits and  Current Accounts. ...-.  ........; .22,500,701.65  To Notes  In ' Circulation     ���.'.;.'.'..-..:.���;;....     2,926.749.47  To Bills Payable and other Liabilities, lucludlng   Provision   for   Coutln-.     ���"..'..  Bencles    ,;.;. ..;���.��;............    9.841.247.02  To  Rebate Account   "... v.....   .......���;        101,514.33  To Liabilities on Endorsements       ....;.-..$  -408.448.45  To Liability under Guarantee In respect of which  uo Claim  is anticipated  .: .-.     ........      200,000 .'  To Do.  - Do.     . . '..'.'.    300,000  To Profit and Loss Account���  Balance brought forward from 31st December,   1007          311,537.20-  Dlvldend paid  Apiil, 1908 $140,000.00      -  Bonus  paid   April,   1908     48,660.66   ������      194,666.66  116,870.54  Net profit for the hnlf-year ending this (Into,   after  deduct- ���  lng all current charges  and piovldlug for      bad       and  doubtful   debts   ." .-; '   ,,...'...    ....'     212,248.32  1 829,118.88  Deduct���  Transferred to Officers', Widows' & Orphans'  Fund $2,r>oao0 "-..-���  Transferred to Oflleeis* Pension  Fund    .. 8,638.75 ".-'   -r-        11,138.75,  Balance available for October Dividend ; ���       317,980.11"  $42,890,950.14  Cr. . . - -  By Cash  and   Specie at Bankers  and  tn hand ..$5,019,070.95       -  B-  Cash at Cnll and Short Notice .....6,737,115.22  ��� $11,756,180.17  By  Investments���  Consols ��303,000 @ 83      $1,223,918.00  National   War  Loan,   ��50,000  @  90         219,000.00.   1,442,018.00  Dominion  of Cnnndn   Bonds ��1S0,0()0  <�� J>5     ....       832,200.00  Other   Investments        ....    ....       485,158.79  ��� :    2.700,270.79  By   Bills  Receivable.   Loans on   Security, and   other   Accounts     27.423,090.04  By Bank  Premise?,  etc.,  In  London,  nnd at  the  Branches       774,512.14  By  Deposit with Dominion Go\ernment rotjulierl   by   Act of  Parliament  for security of general   Bank Note Cliculntlon    _..   .'.        170,885.00  NOTE.���The latest.monthly Return reotlved from Oawsoii Is that  of the ��0th Mav. 1008, and the figurei of that Return are Introduced Into tills Account The balance of the transactions  for June with that Biancb has been carried to a suspense Account,  pending tbe receipt ot Ihe Jni'.a accounts.  $l2.8fto!f)50.14  We hmb t��JtaniInert the above Balance 'heet with the Rooks In London. ,mxl the  Certified Retinue fiom the Brunches, and 'lnd It to present'a true statement .of the  Bank's affairs as shown by tbe books and i.'turns. .'  GEORGE SNEATH, V Of  the  Firm   of  ��    ���       NICHOLAS  E.  WATKT?H1USEhPrice.   Waterhouse   &   Co.,  Auditors. ' J      Chartered Accountants.  .  London, 21st August, 1908.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA    I  Org-an for sale, good as new,  $45. Must be sold,'want the floor  room.    A. L,. White, phone 16.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To W. C. Thomas and J. A. T'erliti'or to  whomsoever thev have transferred their interests in the Monte Carlo, Eugene. Pitman and  Number Seven mineral claim* ��� Ituated on the  Went Fork of Kettle RUer, Greenwood Mining Divlson of Yate Dlst. B. C.  You are hereby nntifled that we the undersigned have expended tliefum of four hundred  dollars on the abovr claims tr"*flier with recording fees, snch being r'nulred to hold the  said claims fur the vear endiiiv.' ./ngust 12tb.  1908. under the provision of th��v Mineral Act  and Amending Acts ; nrfd H ot ihe expiration  of ninety davs from the date of the first ptibll  cation of (his notice Hn the Bonndary Creek  Times yon fail or refuse to cntit'-"Hi'e tow portion of such expenditure. nameW W*<��.'tngether  with all costs of advertising, vm r hi'.c-ests In  the snid mineral claims��hill liem-.p rested in  ns (vour co-owners) opon filing iu iUe proper  office in that behalf the affidavit required 1>y  Section 4of ths Mineral Act Amendment Act  1900-  Dated this 8th day of October, 1008.  "    C.H. FAIR.  T. J. BENNINGBE.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, org-an and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class iu Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  MINERAL ACT -  Certificate of Improvements.  V NOTICE.  " CLATAWA NO.,2'* Mineral Claim, situate  In the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale  District. Where Located: On WallaceMoun  tain. _.'.   ;   :-:.'.yy ��� "'  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Edward H. Mortimer  Free Miner's certificate���'.Kb. 'B14422, ia-  tend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining-Eecorder.fpr'aCertlficateof Improvements for the ��� purpose of obtaining-a  Crown Grant of the ahove claim.    ���  And further take notice that action under section 37, mast be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Ninth dav of Seotembsr A.D. 1908.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Bristol Boy Mineral Claim, situate In Green-  wod   Mining-   Division   ol   Yale   District.  Where located:   West Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Edward  Schon,'Free Miners' Certlficrto No. B9S80,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifica'e of  Improvements, for tbe pa'pose ot obtaining a  Crown Grant of the ^bove claim.  And further take notice that ac'ion, un/er  Section 37,  must  be commenced   before  the  issuance of snch  Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of July, A. T>. 1998  JAMES EDWARD SCHON.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District   District  "   of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawford, of  Park Rapids, Minnesota.occupation Far-  mcr.lntend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands ^Commencing at a  post planted at the North West corner of Lot  80) S, thence north 20 chxlns; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence west  40 chains, thence north 60 chains, thence west  40 chains to point of commencement, and con  talnln?-400 acres, more or leas. ���  .  JAMES CRAWFORD.  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated June 12th, 1908.    ���'  LAND NOTICE  Similkameen  Land District,  of Vale  District  TAKE NOTICE that T, Louisa I. Shaw, of  Gieenwood, B.C., occupation Housekeeper,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:���  Commencing at a post planted at the Nortn-  East corner of Lot No. 783S. thence East 80  chains; thence north 4" i halns, thence wear*20  chains, thence south 20 chains; thence west 40  chains; thence north 20 chains, thence west 20  chains, thence son*h 40 chains to point of com  mencement, and containing 240 acres more or  less. "^  LOUISA I. SHAW.  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Ag-ent.  Dated July 13th, 1W6.  MINERAL ACT.  R. Brill, as employee   at   the  Big Eddy mill at Revelstoke was  struck aad  killed  by a   freight  ' train.  "Kelowaa did exceptionally well  at the New Westminster Fair,  ���coring 84b points out of a possible 1000.       By order-in-council the Federal  Government has given Vancou-  ter a perpetual lease of Stanley  Park, one of the finest natural  park* in tk�� world.  - The Great Northern is laying  out a line from Emerson lo Winnipeg.  the  was  At the annual meeting of  C.P.R. directors   authority  given to issue $50,000,000 of new  stock,  x x  Tea  Coffee  >  Spices  and Extracts  >MIMM>H>>��OMM��IM  SAYS THIS K BEST  I  f��&  Received Highest Award  Bammwmmma^mmimammummmmmv^^mwmmmmmm^m^mmmmam^^mm  Dominion Exhibition 1906  L-.  ,J  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Columbus" Mineral Claim, situated in the  Greenwood Mining- Div'sion -i Vale District.  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TA1CE NOTICE That I. Isaac H. Hallett,  as age it for J. F. Cnnnl R-ham. Free  Mlner'sN Certificate No. IH761, W. T. Smith,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BM08. and E. J.  Roberts. Free Miner's Certificate No. B10655,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Minlnir Recorder or a Certificate of Improvements, for they purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice f-nt action,  under  section 37, mnst be commenced before the issue-  anceof such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated thlB 30th day of Mav, A.D.1W8.  I. H. HALLETT.  CANADIAN  R A IL W AY  PROM  GREENWOOD   TO  VICTORIA, B.C,  $21.85  Selling Dates Sept. 19th to  24th. Final return limit  Sepf 28th:  NELSON,   B.C.  $4.80  Selling Dates Sep. 21st to  25th. Final return limit  Sept. 28th.  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 I/ocal  Ticket Agents for berth  reservations, etc..  J. E Proctor, D.P.A., Calgary,  R.   HBDPATH     AGENT  GREENWOOD  Q.  of  LICENSE ACT,  1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. W. Nelson.  Carmi, It.C, intend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one mouth from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the West House, at Carmi, B. C, sit-  uate on Block 1. lot B.  Dated at Carmi, B.C., the J4th day of August,  I9��8- Sljrned.'J. W.NELSON  A fouling haoltk Jranal in M��wer-  iag tk* qncttlea, M Vfb*t ia the bed  prMoriptira to ��1��hi and purify the  blood T" print* ia ft noeat issue tho  followiaf i  yinld Extract DandeUoa on* ounce;  OMMpooad SaUtoao, en* ounce;  Oompound SvrapSarnpftrill*, four  OUAOM.  Shftk* wall and niw in taaspoonful  dowa after aaoa maal and at bedtime.  ��� wail-kaoTrn pbyaisiaa states that  tkeaa ara harmlaaa vagatabla ingredients, whiak ean ha obtained from  any good prasaription pkartnacy.  Thia mixtor* trfll olaan tho blood  of all impurities. In juat a few days  taaakln oegiaa to clear of aores, boils  and pimples. Jt puts vigor and  enargy into run-down debilitated  man and woman. , For many years  8owa.parillaalone haa been considered  a good blood inedioine. But while  it btrilt up and mada now blood, the  iaapuritiea remained within and tlie  good accomplished was only temporary. Sarsaparilla, howaver, when  UMd in combination with Compound  Salaione and Extract Dandelion,  worka wondan. Tbia 'combination  pata tho kidnays to work to filter  and sift out th�� watte matter, nric  aoid, and other impuritioa tktt oauss  (JUeaie. It makes now blood and  relieve* rheamatiam and lama back  and bladder troubles.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements'  NOTICE.  Warwick Fraction Mineral  Claim, situate   in  the Greenwood Mining  Division   of Yale  District.   Where   located;   In   Providence  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Hemmerle and  Huifh. McKee Free  Miner's. Certificates  No.  B14<03, and   1)14226, Intend,   sixty days from  tbe   date   hereof, to    apply    to   the Mining  Recorder  for a  Certificate   of Improvements  for the pu rpose of obtai u inir  a Crown G rant of  the above claim,  And further take, notice  that action, under  section 37. must, he. commenced before tlie Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thin 5lh day of August. A.TJ. 1908.  THOMAS HEMMERLE & HUGH McKEE  Subscribe for The Times  Paint ing  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior fainting and decor*  ating ���ptKi.r j tly done.;  mall Papering  End Kals^mitiing  Send in yeur Miring orders.  @eOwl)Xbomp$osi  l.lux 2*b. Grjeowood.  Slviptioverrariieot street.  Soyoopsis of Canadian Noith-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  A NY ercn-nnmbercd section of Dominion  * Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteaded bv any porson who is tbe sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years ot  aire, to tbe extent of one-quarter section of ISO  acres, more or less.  Application for entry must be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land Apc-nc--  or Sub-agency for thcdlRtrlct in which the laud  ia situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made at any Agency on certain cond:i��nsby  the father mother, son, daughter, btoilieror  sister of an Intending- bomesteadel. ,  Potibs���1. At least six montl'S' residence  upiin ajd cultivation of the land iu each year  for thrue years. *  2. A homestcador may, if he so desires, per  form the required residence dntlcs by living <m  farming land owned solely by lilm, not less  than eitfbiy (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of bis lion eslead. He may also do so by lfvin��r  with father or mother, on certain conditions,  joint ownership in laud will not meet this requirement. '  3. A homesteader intending to  perforn. hU  residence duties in accordance with the above  while living with parents or on   farming-   land'  owned by himself must notify the Ajreut (or the  district of such intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of ihe Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.  LAND NOTICES  Sintlkameen Land District-   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I James Bird Man-  r.)ss, of Greenwood, B.C., occupation Free  Miner, intend to apply for permission to pnr  cha <e the following- described land:  C iminencinR- at a post planted about 300 feet  Wc.-t of the Nortb-East Corner of Lot 710  thence east 900 feet thence north 1,200 feet thence  east 1,500 thence north 600 feet thence, west 1,900  feci thence south-wesfSOO feet to point of commencement.  JAMES BIRD MANEOSS  Deted the 16th day of July. 1903.  <M  :;im  "{���^m  y::;;m  :Kim ^^^iPl^j^sp^^^p^i^lppsgi  '*ki  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  ��*5Si??s^i?^5^*��Ha*^^  Purely Personal  The House for Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*    X  i  We carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE   BROADWAY  BRAND     X       X  At prices to suit everybody  k��&��&��*S��*5HiS&&4l&<Z��4&^^  Get the Genuine  Insist on Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Liquor Co*  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  LINOJLESJiM  LOTH  15ml Discount 15001  During the month of OCTOBER.  FLOOR COVERINGS, ART SQUARES, RUGS,  LINOLEUM AND OIL CLOTH    .  TERMS OF SALE���CASH  a Furniture  R. U WHITE  and Stove Man. Phone 16.  ThePalace Livery Stable  The Finest  Turnouts in  1  Dili!  Cffillt  Mr. Bayley, EJholt, was iu the  city Tuesday.  Norman Luce, of EKolr, was in  Greenwood .Wednesday.  The giant Sheriff of Republic  was in town Wednesday.  A. H. Noyes, agent for the  Great West Life Insurance Co.,'  was in town this week.  Mrs. E. W. Bishop returned  Wednesday from a six month's  visit in the east.  J. Darragh, Rock Creek, was in  town this week on Government  business  Mr. Blake, head accountant for  P. Burns & Co., was in town  Tuesday.   .  James Black, the popular engine-driver of Eholt, was in  Greenwood Wednesday.  A. B. Hood, manager Eastern  Townships Bank, Grand Porks,  is seriously ill in the hospital in  that city.  Miss Martin, of the Greenwood  peaching staff, has been offered a  position in the Prince Rupert  school.  Mrs. MacMonies left at the  first of the week on a visit to  Spokane.  M. L. Sherbino, P. Burns & Co's  manager at Phoenix, and Mrs.  Sherbind, attended the Firemen's  dance on Monday evening.  P.-W. Ellis, Mrs. Ellis aud  daughter, of Toronto, were at  the Imperial last week. Mr. Ellis  is perhaps the largest|whol��sale  jeweller in Canada, and -while  here was taken for a drive down  Boundary Creek to Midway by  Mr. A. Logan.  C. A. E. Shaw, P L.SV and his  assistant, J. S. Mead, returned  from the Skagit river last Saturday, where they have been surveying lands for the past three  months.  Miss Lillie Hall, C.P.R, operator at Grand Porks, visited Miss  Crowley from Friday to Monday.  Born���To Mr. and Mrs. N. H.  Lamont. on Sunday, Oct. lltk,  a son.  Miss Mulligan, who has been  visiting her sister, Mr. (Dr.)  Spankie, left ��n Thursday for h��r  home in New York.  Mrs. W, P.v Proctor returned  from, a yisit to Nelson at. the ead  of last week.  Born���To Mr. and  Mrs. F. W.  McLaine, Oct. 14th, a daughter.  | Mother aud daughter both doing  well.  Mrs. George Inglis who has been  visiting for the past six months  in the east returned last week and  will reside at the Jewel mine.  Money saved is money made���  you can save money by buying  your fall and winter goods from-  Barclay & Co.    Do it now.  Tom Gray, the well-known  traveller tor Malkin & Co., was  in Greenwood this week. He was  also in his usual happy mood.  Congratulations are extended  to Mr. S. E. Belt, metallurgist  for the B.C. Copper Co., who was  married on Wednesday of last  week at the home of friends in  Spokane to Miss Isabelle Young-  blood, of New Orleans.  The ceremony was performed  bj the Rev. Dr. House, of the  Westminster Congregational  church, the bride being attended  by Miss May Belt, ot Bunker  Hill, 111, while Mr. P. (). Donaldson, formerly stenographer for  the B.C. Copper Co., supported  the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Belt  are at the Imperial hotel, but  will be housekeeping right-awty  at their home on Long Lake St,  C. J. McArthur was in Chesaw  Tuesday*  Miss Mills, of the -Pioneer hotel went to Vernon Thursday <  John Mulligan, of Phoenix,  was in Greenwoo.d yesterday  J.VH. Bush, of Midway, shot  three deer on Sunday. "'  E. J. Bennett, of Bennett's  Fuse Co., Eag., is in the city.    ;  Mr. J. C. Kemp, provincial commander of Ladies of the Maccabees, is at the Imperial.  Buy your fall aud winter goods  from Barclay & Co. You can  save money.  Messrs. Chester, of Bank of  B.N.A., and Southern, of the  Bank of Montreal, who have  been relieving the clerks in city  banks left on yesterday's evening  train.  Barclay & Co. offer their entire  stock at big discounts during the  sale, everything reduced, nothing  reserved.  ?*  &  TOWN lOfPICo  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  f. c. buckless   PROPRIETOR���-M   'A^r'  ^'V,VWV^V '  Special for Saturday and Men  day only���all 15c lines of Print?,  Ginghams, and cottons, for 10c  per yard.  J. D. Sword and Master Swerd  of the Bell mine, are at the Imperial.  ���  Mrs-. G. M. Shaw entertained  at a card party Tuesday evening.  Samuel Smithers left for Liverpool yesterday. '  John S. Harrison has returned  to Midway from an extended stay  in Alberta. Mr. Harrison says  the prairie country is booming.  Grouse are said to be pleatifu1  at Deadwood.  Last Saturday was pay-day with  the B.C. Copper Co.  Miss Fleming has opened millinery parlors in the-Naden-Flood  block.  The ladies' reading club will  meet at Mrs. Bunting's on Monday afternoon at three.  Hedley aud Princeton are both  agitating for big tunnels. ���  Duncan Ross will address the  citizens of Greenwood in the Auditorium tomorrow evening.  Rev. Mr. Luady. of Phoenix  addressed the Christian Endeavor meeting in the Presbyterian  church Wednesday evening*  For sale or rentPianos, Sewing  machines, etc., A. L. White,  Phone 16.  The   Greenwood  Fall   assizes  will sit   an   Thursday,   Oct. 22. J  Hon. Mr. Justice  Martin   presiding.    The docket   is  light with  no serious cases.  Mrs. Mackenzie and family desire to express their sincere thanks  to their many friends in Greenwood for kindness and spmpathy  shown in their late bereavement.  Now is your opportunity to secure Ladies' Hand Bags, Purses,  Men's Walletts at ene-third off  the regular price at Coles' Book-,  store. -"������;'  The B.C. Gazette announces  that Wm. E. Spankie, of Greenwood has been appointed a fcom-  missioner for taking oaths under  the provincial elections act.  Why not buy your fall and winter goods now, when Barclay and  Co offer their entire stock at a discount.    You can save money.  Col.. Holmes, D.O.C., was in  Greenwood this week inspecting  the arras of the local rifle association. These are the famous  Ross rifle, '    .  Ed. Rupitean is back from an  extended tour of the Southwest  States to look after his claims in  this district. He has been successful in acquiring some very  promising interests in Nevada.  Barclay and Co. are giving big  values for little money during  their big commenceraen) sale.  H. A. Brown,Grand Chancellcr  of the Knights of Pythias paid  an official visit to the local lodge  Wednesday night.  The funeral of the little daugh-  t er of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McKay took place, last Saturday.  Services being conducted at the  Presbyterian church by the Pastor, Rev. M. D. McKee.  The new C.P.R. telegraph  line from Phoenix to Eholt has  been completed.  Miles and Meecham, of Green-  wood, have taken over the Phoenix laundry.  Snowshoe Lodge; No. 46, I. O.  0,F., Phoenix, will giye their ..annual dance on Thanksgiving , evening, Nov. 9th.  The Dominion geological survey party have finished their  work in Phoenix camp for the  season.  Mr. and Mrs. W. McKay desire  to express their gratitude for kindness and sympathy receivjsd in  their bereavement cf their Utile  one. ���'.-'���'  Barclay & Co. can Save you  money on your shoes, any pair iu  the store 20 per cent off.   -��'  That the Kettle.Valley will be  a fine fruit-producing dislrict is  amply demonstrated by the young  orchard at John McKcu/.te'sat  Rock Creek. An acre of five-year  old trees has this year produced  IS barrels of excellent a,pples,  while two plumstrees planted four  years ago have given 200 pounds  of the finest Bradshaw plums.  Ladies of the Maccabees ot the  World���A Hive of this greatest  of womens Fraternal Beneficiary  Societies will be organized in  Greenwood and Phoenix in tbe  near future by Mrs. J. L. Kemp,  provincial commander who* wiU  be found at the Imperial' hotel.  Pianos for sale, $100 to $275.  A. L. White, the Furniture and  Stove Man.    Phone 16.  Work wanted���By the day,  week or month, Mrs.; Puybasset,  Greenwood, near Midway Stage  Stables. ,  The  Quality  Campbell's  Clothing  CAMPBELt.3r CLOTM1NQ-  This.'' Quality "about which we talk so much in  Caiopbeirs Clothing  is bur strongest argument why you should buy  our clothing.- .'������:���>  These days any man can be fitted perfectly in  rendy-made clothing.of the beHer kind.  ^    But besides Style and Fit���the honest wearing  value���the point which makes a man buy the  sartie brand again and again is specially featur  ed In; Campbell's Clothing.  The materials are as-good as we can buy,  the  ' finishings and   workman-ship of the highest  quality. . The result���.theclothjng���is sold loyou  over our guarantee of money back if all details  of style, fit and wearing value are not aj> we repe,  resent them.   :.  Tie Hunter-Renarfck Co., Ltd  tbe  Opera House, One Night Only  Men. Oct. 26  WILLIS AND [C0S6R0VE  Present    CLARENCE)    BEN/  NETT 's Great Biblical  '     Drama,  T  p  1JV  WITH  HAROLD NELSON  As Marius, a Roman Soldier  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.  TENDERS FOR DREDGING.  SEAIiEDTENDERS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Dredg1  lag Coal Harbour," -will be received until Friday, 30th October, 1908,at 4.30P.M., for dredR'  lag required at Coal Harbour, 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 6. A. Keefer, Esq.,  Resident Engineer, New Westminster, and at  the Department of Public "Works, Ottawa.  Tenders must include the towing of the plant  to and from the works. Only dredges caa be  employed which are registered In Canada at the  time of tha filing- of tenders. Contractors must  be ready to beg-In work within twenty days af-  t��r the date they have been, notified of the acceptance rf their tender.  An accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payables the order of the Honor&bleftue Minister  of Public j Works, for one tlioiisatjd dollar*  ($1,000.00), must be deposited as security. Tbe  cheque will be retur. ed in case of nonacceptance of tender. '  The Department does not bind Itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By.orber,  NAP. TESSIER.  -Secretary.  Department of public works,  Ottawa, October 7,1903.  Newspapers will not be paid for this advert!  sementif they insert it without authority from  the Department.  iP  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood,  .',  Anaconda and Phoenix  ^  Jeriks Bros.  Greenwood  -J)  Is now under the Management of Mrs, Creig^  Meals are served at all hours of the day and night  If you want a good meat well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided try the Pacific. By attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant.  \% 4* 4*4* 4*,4*4* jb 4* 4* 4r4* 4* 4�� 4* 4* 4* 4�� 4* 4* 4* 4* 4�� 4* 4* 4*  4��  4>-  4*  4��  4-  4��  We have a few  plik��k^iji|8 for  Sale, close in,  ,*         *  Bealey Investment & Triist Co., Ltd. +  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.  Will Secure one  *��* *v* *r*.*t* *��* *r* ^5* tt *���* *v* *r* 4*,^w* .4* *���* ���* 4* *���* *���* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* ^^ ���  ����*����e������*ft����a��a��a����*��������a����a*a����*o*aa*��*������*������������*fr <,  ��  ft  *  ��  *  ��  ��  ft*  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  a-  ��  ��  ��  ��  P. BURNS 4 GO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  Tresb and gured meats  Fisb and Poultry,  *  *  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ���jM9j������������*��fta����*ft��ft����ft������a*tt��ft��A��>*^a��  Ik  I  G^t  ^Vise  AND  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE M PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  'l^Dii^wery-Coi,|g*S^^.l  i  y    (Greenwood Branch)  I^ON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  ;���'%'.'  '.-.     Geo. M. Holt, Manager. .      '  t -  s  Cafe  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,'  mmmssaanttta

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