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 &m  mmmmmK  '?#**. *��?'  ^'llP1  ;viiwS'"^W  sMS  ��**��    ������  ;":iSH  iSM  p51  '"'^?^/'"^  't$:V**>*V  assr-:  ��=������-:,.���[,  |$-���':"��� ?fl������'���'?���,-"lt-IMi'-",'1" :')' '.'���.''���i!'i:        ,        ..��� '-i'-'i1-^   '        ���  Jt-���P#L  lite  #fini /tr;) A^aW-Aitt^ihfiXtiiftrsUf titt ���"OoVviA'^. OA"..*.-.-    '^-^  i>iJHjji.lLJijjiir. <tjjjjiJaiii;3.  to.. ��W3jj9.0.71irirr  "   Li"'' ' 1 iff"-*--^- ������������������������- ���||'iJ )-f--j ���'���������������- ������   -j   -J-<s ''���^^ec<l��;fi>J^h,^:: [>u'j;i^ aC;  'iMtfii  Oa the West Fork  >. :lii:.:-m>j/>/..iau ,  (ts'i  tfr  .O..--^'*.  ! i    J. &1Sttit'/; Of Daqville, Wash .  I' has fiit>>life^ bis assessment work'  ltkQ f��r the year on his group of cop-  i! irSE^QtfS qbj^tPgavejtte&JoV  ; liberal- -'mm  flev��5i?slieen attackedi iij iXalerCja^-  popjijaod.. on:rithat itecorct.he aji  pea^8!,U>,5-iKe\ei'istprate 'fiir' iiiie'ir  approval idf ih^w��rfe;^b "has done,  j.'.He'has been tried and,./he. has  produced ithe jfoodsv^attd he asks  ,1 i.:i  i  -<-l;r." 13-  J"'^��ti?yt^ipoli,tics Uave beea������' eiiid-i  ��aatedfroniithe!��atapaign?i.ttitibi8!  ihouid^gfyp^^^01^  elusions as to?which is"the better  man td'=Hrta^\tn^.4;intieresfes>-df  Talc  JafibcW^  ���W.   . ���^ifad  |.4h-^e<tiid^fWha'tisvju?stl'V''due';' ��:y ]  'jriiTheiap-prbpria'UOnaior .'Midway!  .have,' ibeeq.^Wfe ..^.auiloop?,|  ^^P^^3^y9^rPjcS4eiie;  $2,0C0, and f-��r buildings . whicK  Jiave been delayed Trp- Conserva-i  ttve obstructiou,   Gt"iind   FoH&jj  iYertioh; $2U(Q0Ov i i with,',.-,'..flui'thw!  .grant % ia b,e, pia4e ��ftr%<;ptnpletiQtt|  ^of these JF��4er*k i^orks;,which-it  is prop >sed will cost abaiit $35,-!  000 each.       ' ���  ���- .Total. ;-this' upj 'aad ifbiiHKave'  ;|J^^6,ia gol^T. ca^h\|.fo^.; y,aie4  sum to come if those eaterprises:  are puSned to completioa; . [.  "f 'ttoi 'afyotfii' bf :,t&iisf :#ae^' n�� s  ngiueer Henderson atcgo-'  |.JflS:;<pyer..,)^eUjCarnjJi,p���pti^ton!  line aVain.   " 5-i'-iii :"v,-.:ii.; ���-���������, .  i!!^rPhy and Spcace^Spealc  in  ��f��qrt of Duacan Ross  1 ��� ' i.'iv-..     ; ' ;   ; ���;, ,f 1  -���; <C.I  I'lll'Jl J  )���::���;.;(  //f%,WTrifH��,rj��ir��nd,pwtflefaJ-}h^wf  started work,on the Iroa.-Horse'  up Currie Gulch. . j  ThelSally Mine Co. is hauling  ^ouitoaPPther jcar )<>a��4^>f /Jjrgb-j  grafierore .for :shjipm^at.vlio;.1)Tr^il  smelter.    ,    -     ,   . ���   ,. ,f������  . ',.$h$.", pw.ner^ , pf, ;tbe/,,; Bounijf  fraction, -Henderson . and .. Cum4  :������> ((���:;    '���>  .^'-:i"t ^ i;.'(=  .-'���-'������71   .il.'.ni.i ��  mings, will commence rawbiding  as soon as sufficient snow tails.   ;  Peer .were never more^Ienuful  ytt^he^st��brij !than:*itiej are  4tbis!'iall and ���everyone 'Has' v'eni-  s��h\tcreJatir :-fl:  ui^y ;m.y.j ,:.fcnT -  v^^!^^%^^��i^��jic>5^*r|;:  jlftaSflVoc^islqtt^gbti^.^  ���uI Jq referring; h what it<icalls a  "r?V?^?R"/^<, the;,prair,iesv. the  "Nelson News"- has evident?  overlooked ihe, "fact :tnat''^the'  i^Pd-Fark^ Qazette the,,, prgan  ^op^Bi .BHtireii.^.ConB^iye  candidate    for  Yale-Carlboo >  classed ^a |'rat shop, "ari^oh  Ihe.unfair^ystpfitheJ^ypo^apii-.  A^'ffim^ 'j %r,'oiyj^>; Jiarj^he-  priaters have used every ttort'to  induce ihe Grand ForkaPiazette  |^recp^nWth^d unlo^u^hey*  fa^e-s!tilKpn ttie^tiiifaitAl&t atid-do1  apt use the label.  '" >v��:   (-; -v.',.'  ������> Last 'niglit a * representative:  g-athering' of Greenwood ��� people;  enjoyed ,tbe pleasure of hearipjgj  pur townsman, John ,D. ..��pe(uce,!  and that eloquent native sou of  Yale-Can boo, Denis Murph^-, ;pf  Ashcrof 1, speak in behai'f- bl'Dun-  kca'h R0s9,:-the-iaberal candidate  ���for thisJconstituency; . -��!,  Thftspe^hvpfiMr^Spence.; was  .pne.pf the(ni^t,;earnest .appeals  we have ever heard from any man  to the honest convictions of his  'feiioW<iti^ens;'f!f' !;-;i>.-v!.7*���"f^ ���:  ' He dealt; witfi'th^lack of poncy  of the Conservatives .'andnitheir  injurious [campaign of ; slander  whic^,;. was sp^, .over;whe|mingly  turned ,down in the eastern prov-  inces and he asked Jiis hearers' to  |^uar^>tMiriferestsv'6;f: 'file HSb^  stituency by returning the niellBt-  iber i whom 'W�� liave--;'triedrand  found to be strong; and. .fiapablej  and who had called, the attention  of America and Europe to Yalel-  Cariboo.  Mr. Muriiii'y'' had n6 apolbg'y'tp  make for .the ;Laurier Got erriment  oii fer what had >b*en;d dOne ��� �� or  ;yaHerCarib6Q -r^-: ,(Jbe ���,., last r.|pur  years by Duncan Ross.-; , : ,-=;  ' He.tpjd of the,great .fig^ht, for  railroad competiiibn in 'the-pputi-  'da*y4M-nbwJwHe\i^rJ--^sX'was  pressing'theclainis of BIO.1for'a  railroad that   wouldn't -cost/the  labor legislation^ but he would  [challenge any Conservative ; to  ''ppuit'f6^e,sing(l&-tWfttg^t'hatjthe  Couaervatives had ever idonef /tr  labpr. 1        He claimed that today with the  raising of the.^vtbsidtary; department of labor to the dignity of a  Cabinet portfolio,  together  with  what has been accoraplishedvt.ha,t  Canada   will   lead  the world in  labor,legislation. McKenzieKing  who has dooe more for labor than  any other   Canadian living w.ill  have charge of the   department,  and the growing needs of the industrial workers of   the   country  will receive the   attention which  the best interests of   the   people  wilf-always demand.   ;      if H  ,.  Mr. Murray - wished   to   draw  the attention of his hearers to the  I'ratherxritical situation of Yale-  Cariboo at the present time,  It is a great constituency  j|retchingfiom^tbe Boundary line  to Alaska and Yukon aad for  which great things are in store  during the next few years.  L Itt;his Representation of ,this *"  I great iter'ri'toryi the speaker could  ���    ������'   T,.^^  ��� .. .���������-. f-,r^  ���. ..���Mii.'JS  --.Mm  ^���  mahdta^^n^Kt^^es S  debate ; he is  fenergetic',   argu ���  metitative, cpjastructive and; logi ���  ^nen^hus  'i2easutfes  for  ���^-������||^:^?^^^r^6i-t^^ :fr--yy^J& PT^^r "^'^���"t^3101"1"- l:-���i  ����r"i^i��;;��v'--^5^"-:::T5^ri^^ai% ;r*����^��?HBIlH ana nat^a single  they *ave.done|iie^ duty iiTv^: ^feefbl^ , l>af��Jxa hi;;uw ;oW Because,th6y,^stii|y;get a grip  ^^^S5^!^f,^^Canaf  and>vhk;thetremendousvp^egts^?^rr^^\mi^^^fl��ji>comi;  Q^an parliament. ^^1;    ;.;,��: promised^he -east these   "bW r";^^?^ ofwpo^^rirawfir. of  'ie^irn^^#be>tfar^  �����eitor^ale-earibbo.^ 'onlt  looet no man had ever written a  Hi  [HJv'^jyQttrsea&fes^angeft^.'ip^Yfthl,  Heuse. wkg^pgn ^<^ ^||pw|  the lead'of'Foster and.jr��wleriwho  'rigfiIeQhd<tfe��i'biiHce' Th6'ltainiste4  ��f.jtfce: (iCkb'whj what ��������� hope :>have  | vou that-he .could help Yale-CariT  !lb6oP(Paif��ywsehtinie(hV^isfK^wj|'  bafnd' ��oii t ��f Or j fivei' yeaife;to! corner xroj  !;!>l^^8!'l^^es.t*9tti.nb^fore^^-^.6J��^/'j9  straight, seriou^.b^n^s7i:.;k^!  ,--. Duncan Ross has done his.duty:  he has dene it well. ..:  J-'ij;'Holdci-:upjiiJias> hands' -atid^elHq  him back  to   fight the badtjejia^  [;Yal e^eariboo;   " ; "  \ihm<)ii%, 'tn���!���"{    .Ii-' rj  Hi  ���:"��8��'  ^BujMd^yj���reekjtii  -IIS--  ��vF*:  pMillei^tlil^ritcsf^ stern Daily^ I f  Sensfi  andThfe"f^ei7^iii-^feVNe'��r��^^e fori  v-.:-, ���������������!::������ :   r-' ^mlmsqo ^<A-&hnM    ���- *  a: whole year.  i^iffie^^ftpad,^^^^^ :pact  l^ioneV.^>)iip.aitfeip^^e,G��T-,P.  |-cto��sinff-4he-^ding-4n-4:he--nor4h1  he has been successful in securing  subsidiesTf/oA tha ^V#?��m��'it1ro:  $^,400 per mile for :fe J��iwaj  Ba^v^erajm' line andJlife iameMi  jtoajirand^very one knows tna  'wlln1/ Duncan Ross' shoulder-a  4be^��he��l-we-can-80on-ha;ve~"tw  throuerh'lines from- the.Boundar  to the coast, and connection wi|l  the Nicola Valley &>a|. t 11M  In improvemen ts to harbors jan< 11  I rivers, Mr. Ross^ in his  four-yea: J  term ha^-|ecured ^welvLdi^er/8 '  500, ana covering  the   termor  from the Lower,Qkanagan-to'th  Nechaco Talley. -...-���      no          ���..6^v^^^w.  The mail service has been great,   portfolio of ^abor, atfa'vgreatex|  ly improved, and in the matter of  quick communication we^'hw i ..-.-���,.". v:"^r ,T'  ^ ^ u. 1 i. ,��� " x ji difficulties^ w<iV  seen the telephone  lines  strunyJ^_Al2^��-*c^ �� ^-��em*ers~=��r  " ave stood  HOJ^')1//    i,!   H-yitfyit   rtvv><!oi   ]>'.>d  Practically  all that  has  evef  *\iem<ti&ftm:Mm&iXtiWrtLi  4ng;manska& c��*me';frotn; the'"I;tib'  ���ftfialf.paftyKir JiuIj 'i.-. i:>iv.:-:>'V\ m:yi  next five years must come troni  ���'the yam\��i91biirciEl,r,and"it is>'up(:;tfd  in the. welfare of Tabor to see thai  as many as possible of the f rieriidsl  of labor are elected to the House1  G&Qommons  j ! k  Water, they do not  remain in a  servile j)ositi0n.  '^'BSawwferffi4*y; (ti$?: iMcapa1ile:bf  |assimilia^ioidiJ;?;:- yy-.r'.r^m.?^ ���:.. |  i;>Beca����e>t)bifry..^efi/attMjEfer8,^to  our': civilization. r'   -    ^ W   ; V  "'fiecans^M^f;'^^  ;"tt.sB.ecalase they^ar^; 'udfittei > for  .our free institutijpnSi .yr |  Because they create in bur. own  ^oi>lW,:a ^e^raa^a-estmate of  manuaTlkbb^^imillSir Ttb^thbse  litj fcommunitifc��^ 'were'"'^Africani  ajja?jerj)-h as. ;beep.> permitted. , t n; >:���> j  ^^Bejtiausie. thjeyjnev;itftbj.y %ce;a|  lower standard of living for, white  working classes.;  ^tjBe^ause^.gJ^yeti, fan7,qppor.tun-j  ity, they become capable.of .doing  expert work, and then as al} work  would be "niggers' work, there  wiliid ':te'M6tbSngTliJiiri Wife  >nia:ti tbtio.'1)'��� J-i"-A,.��'.'��v/'-iT.-iii j  Because as they consume less  than white men, they are   wortlil  [less* lj&0fflitt��tcia:Uy~i<��;to ^the ��� empire;  H.r/Bexjatiseitheyjinak^ithe country  .cjfjtjo yalue,, as,,^, ;bp.ine,.(fpr the  The question Jbf' better  terms  was ably handled, and the speakl-  e* showed :that^; the! at ti tudef^plf;  :'^er^Qhser^*ii|i��^yaa^"^!|l^|j  culated, fcp promote the f eelingr(pf  harnypnj  l^etw.eenj ,the provinces  of   the   Domiaion.   He  shewed  that the money grant to the prq4  vittce of B C. ihad   been   tremen-j  dously increased since the Liber-  alscianie intb'p*Wer.."itti'8^; llt'! ���  - '��� The Dominion' Goveranient' h as  spent -large ;sums iof money ifl; the  proyiqeej .pn, tra^sp|ortation,i'jhar4  bor improvements, federal, build}  ifin-o    ��,+/���       All  *t4--  -' ".���'--- - f  letter to Mr. Ross without receiv-  in.g^anjin^mediajtejrepiy.^ ._ ,_^  J He had filled the bilf in'everyway. Duncan Ross had been sent  to Ottawa four years., ago an unknown man.  Today from P.E.I, to Victoria  almost anyone c*n answer the  question, who is Duncan Ross and  where is Yale-Oaribob?  In an eloquent peroration the  speaker praised Mr. Ross for the  good work he had done, and closed with a eulpg'y of Sir Wilfrid  |?Laurier that was received with,  ringing cheersr  ing3,. etc.  Ml this'of'course was -  heeded'and'nad'beeh'mad'e neces!  ^arv by the'policy1 tifthi'hibetM  Government'ih developing- W  ern Canada. ;  i The speakers's uemarfcs on/.the'  new, Department _, of..I<abor. were  extreuic^. interesting1,j;and   his-J  West Fork Mioes  %y��s%, Handashyde^ of the Bell  fining Co., ftas returned from a  iri|>:of -is8nec.tipn', to  the Company^. properties    on  Wallace  mountain and  expresses himself  as highly pieasea'^wiih^"tha ore'/  bodies of the We81f:FOrkv '������''-J������>- '7 ;  Work/will be continued at the :  Bell to the purpose of prpying the  depth of.jthe.leads, and Mr hTHah-  dashyde ���states that only the lac^k  o'f .'���    railroad    . transpprtatibc.  is tHe West Fork 'mine's "6*J&iif *  list of high-grade shippet-sK^Ohl y  Aaii [the^ Sally continuee to  sead bu' t  ore, as the heavy   toll for wagon  haulage precludes the shipment  of anything  of .less value  than  $30.  :':~^'"'~yy^^  '���;.'r-:,li'yji/!M  ~yy~yWm  -ff^fS^^'^H-  ..   \Vater for Duncan Ross and  For.-18years the  Coflservativei| v��i~ n u---  pa'rtyhad" b^en1 'graved1 ���" tb0<fori|  Yale-Cariboo  0:-i  ���Novemb��r t.'08  am.  miles at a cost of $2,000, besides  Because w�� want to preserve^  the British lype>iniT,bn:r[ !p'6pula4  tiottl?t   ;iK    ii:>\r  ., ..;.-,,     ���'   v.-i !���.>���'   .'��� -.-November  PQHISO^St ORE TONNAGE,  Tbe following (able *tlv;�� the ore ahipmeat*.9f Boundary mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, .1903,  Oranby Mlnea.../64^33  231,762  309^58  393,719   549,703  653^89   801,404   613^37    868,677   21.S40  Sap.VBhoe.i.^i,..(i, 297, hW4fti,20^00 p71^12! -m'l-j.:^'.    i8.426   135.001^      2907   2,400  B. C Copper Co.... ' '���-���  ttotttffi, Lofaj.,..  6,3��0 1,99,034..,If 1^J6. 138.07,9  174,298   W7.S76   10S.9K (208031     213.692 11,070*  B.C. Mine    19,494     47,*��     14^11     19,365      1,488      1,712       iEhhm...:.'..,,'....'.. (.....J-- J   650   . ^530,T 22,937  .37,960 :; %A8i ; 11.804:   1SU74.: ..:......      .-.i;:  Oro'Denoro      15^37     16,400      3,007      3,177     14,481   > J4.000      1*13  Dom. Copper Co...  ,  BroomyH-St��m. ,^.;... , .,...���:. ,, ���;.l.i./.l    -,.....   - 3J^S0    55,731   140,636   '��� 43,295       4,870     .;...;  'Idaho..:.:...'     i         2.9W    12Ws3       Kavrblde;..,-...^  *;.^v.- ..i....,    ..i.....'-. . ��.:.      3,070 .^108,  26^32..' 64,173     11.971      ..,.'..(  Sunset I... 802  :   7,455'  i5.7'31      3^50      3,056    48^90    31.270     3,450  ' ������������ ������.:"������ "'^M^M  ���..-������ ��� .'.���/.���jf^S  "���=''sy��^^��,  ���mm  ���i.  lit-- ir.v  ��J.;i'i J :!;.���:���  r     .  lne CampaigQ  .->-^..,K..r'--l   -.-,',���>��...  550     ;...      5,646  V*J..^i,f /Wfi.-.j.3,339.  560  ���(-  traAg^fa^-yae^^9!1^^"*^^'*^* foe to Asiatic imf-  r$25,000; the^i from Penticton  ^ jS^t-T^i ^^    "H*!"-  J^lowjiaft^ilfii^at ^nviefcp^se| Jffl.jJb UUdMl Voi JuL^'  0f4^����?< JfrtM^^ilP Vef1 effectual "manner in the interests  non,4i miles; at$��0^with an ad^ of fairJJiag'^M'f frg��8-hoar iU  wtn address the electoI.% at. Rock  ditional wfreJtV^sd0 ; a branch|     ^  line fromVernon to   Lumby, $ ^ ��WAi^rj^ Ubjj,fe^g^^pfe^^he  Rbss and Scott Will' Soeak bn WecJnes  -day Nfehjjitlj:;,.!.,-uiI  . Duncan Rossv the Liberal" can*  ---.-  - - didate -fOf'YaTe-Ga^iboio- is' comi "fwtuZ^..:.^.:.  Jf^r pleting^enccessful bour..fof  the ^ZS^Z���  tic -twl-'ok-anagaa Valley, and will return ^."J-'   TO the    BoUttdafy    for    the    final Botcher Boy   ���!���'     .���-���-.J     ������j.iin;'J-fiLi -V.    ���.,,-,        ��� DuncanJ.i/->Tl-  ineetmgfs of thexJaittpaign.-        ��� ProTUence.".;  i: ;0aJMoaVlay th^ 9ih,i��Mr; Ross |JSor;4"  wtll address the electors; at; Rock  Mountain R<>��e. ��� .i.:_j..  Atblestan    1,200  r, -Jf��>rri������;.:.-....;s -. -yf..  R.Bell      s.en��tor..,-.-...... .��� j.,' ., ��.->.���; -i.,7..:...  15rey Fogle.   ?l<i-'S?lU-t----i ������:��������� ;-���'.������ \...���(��..,-:.-Ai-  Reliance :      ,.  {5otpMHrtSui#,���t^-j -i...-ii j   !J,.v.., ,i; .-,-..,r, K.fl.j.  Winnipeg    1^176      1,040        785      2,435  OJ4de^Crofln.,-j.;...23^;,...(+;.., ,   fJ525T..��;).jLJ.r  King Solomon         875  IHg Copper .ip .-i ..{.... J,..*-,:'.  No. 7 Mine  666  City Of Pa*le ii.i. ~ Jx;.,,,.    ;A0OO., >s.-M..:i ,..  160 360      2,060  "  1,759  4.586  : 3,450  222  -.:-364.  33  ! 4,747  1^33,  33  150  3,55ft     Jl^ss  649  398  >iw������'.: r-r  482     ....  . I  890  219v  I  .-^j--r;-.-���--:. ������' ������ -' ��� ..-������'.    "'  ���- " - :i"*-i jaau Business cans tor the expend  ififr j  :: I  '; -i  j  .St  to|afepil^0j^Sn*igirai��if/ Yal^  Cartbjq^dviresecyieej #kit is u^  known in any other similjar terri^  tory in America." ���        i^  The large increase of populatioi|  and business calls for the ezpen|  hiis printing, establishments  a*  ^?d jN^ffe^f tbe-c^ai^igapin  Ife'^^l0��P9 ^0^*1 ^aiSoWthififfio^trodlSi^^SoSw^f h??^?aW  thevS^LOtirlday^Vl' nnnul       fl   1^^������� w,llbeP,*��W in'^he,  Such.aflhan may.^Iwa^ be de:- ruSto?htm-< -G^enVoo'd : on  , - v  pendeion^o suppjrl thepause^f f##H'?^llill^le   e?^"  juatice totabor in, tfafliament^dr |fl|^f4r��.#e;day*f electton.; ;  iorijrn#S^3530!lalely/mark3bis ballot for Duncan Jfps8f, -^,,rf,a  ^ ���  ^JBtr^ngtJien ^llaberitilig 0h  parliament and you add powes��to  yoar cause? f> *wn  oirtbis^yisio^3#?^^ wMi  5cbtL Premier of Sasltatcjjew;ati,  ivW-&hm3���iihg promiseslo^be  fote&^tv&MtU' eyent|i|a  ��r<|g5wood for many a day.   i: l  rx~^":.' :Kr:-:^"  Golden Eagle  -���*-. .'-���.".�����;  Preston   _ ......  Prince Henry     .......  Skylark....-   ,      . .....  LagtCba��i<;e.:U:.Vi:.'.!- ' MAi.J'  E..P- U. Mine....... ,    ...,.,...  Bay..;.....::..... ..'.;..��� i.-v.'   ;;.:.....'  Mavl*.     Don Ptdtt>.:...-U..J I i>;.'..J ' .'..'.,:..  Ceescent w��.   _   Helen ,:.:...::UU.I:.' ij...:;^'^;.!..���..v'  Ruby._ v> ,..       80  RepnbllcL���.."..".^ _:.'.;t' - .:iu.U'  MiscelllaiieouB.....   3^30      3,456  993,  167  325 500  -79  726'  325  52  50  300  60  75C  30  .145  770  150  ��� 20  '.-'535 ;  689  -255:  .73  .20  40  90  80  'V20"  500  586  30  106  76  .���'.   :    9  18  1,140  40  :���: /140  .20  15  -   ��89  45  90  <5  40  700  20  ��5:  60  224  120  ^Kli  30    _   ....53  933^481;i"4371,ii4S^a7  Total, ton* .96.600   390,800   503,876  690,419   ����,$    Smelter treatments-  ������.,.'i   ���,������.!���                                          , '  Granb* Co_..-.   62J87   230^8   212^340   401,921   596,252   487.9X8-��28^79   637,626 ��1,647  B.C. Copper Co, ,���..!,.,- 117,611  :U*M)0, 162,913   219,484   210,830   123.840   341,952 229.472     12,STS  Dom. Cop. Civ.  ...'....'   ''..':���.:.' .......     Ui/,70   130,9301 '84,659   218^11   -153,439 22,342   ..i......  ;taJ reduced..;, ,62^9; .348,439-460,940:  &9_7,40<  ��37,6M   982,S77,l,i72,40S 1^13,017        .     .Ii:Ef-"0f'.!   Ht'   ;;-.'tJ..'..   ���  -ti��:   f-lt:    .���;-.  ,'.-'s..as-'.:' .... i       ii^iiiyl|l)HiJl.i||J| Jfintf  sJfsiWi.-,-- -,</;..- *������*.������'   ���:>������'  '^^^^^m^^^^m^-  THE  BOUNDAR Y  CREEK OTIMBS  '-?��� '������-  ..Bank of Montreal  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.    .   Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:    Loud Stkathcona AND_Moi;rn_RoYAL, G. C. M. G.  President:   Sir George A. Okdmmond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    E. S. Cu>uston.  Branches in"London, Eng. M����r Vr&c&3L I- New York,. Chicago.  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Though opposed by the best  lobbyists the Ot* R. could hire,  Mr. Ross was ablo to prove the  jus; ice of ii is cause, aud bring  another railroad, without land-  grant or bonus, to Southern  British Columbia.  He has ^hown how much may  be done by an active and capable  member in a four-year term.  With the Coast members in the  cool shades of opposition it mav  easily be seen how much will now  depend on tbe member for Yale-  Cariboo.  Vote for Duncan Ross and  Yale-^Cariboo  No Canadian member of parliament has ever spoken mofe strongly in tbe House of Commons for  a white Canada than Duncan  Ross has repeatedly done.  Communication and transportation are what is needed to boom  Yale-Cariboo.  Elect a man who does these  things and Yale-Cariboo will get  more telephones and railroads.  The whistle of the rural .nri.il  delivery man will be . a welcome  sound in Yale-Cariboo.  The Cranbrook Prospector still  tries to juggle with the busted  botfles of the slanderbund.    *���  Mr, Burrell said he wouldn't  hit below-the belt ; but when, as  be is reported in the Vernon  News, he attributes the statement  to Mr. Ross, that B.C. is not entitled to better terms he is stating  what is contrary to the facts.  ette.  Parliament will meet on January 6th. See that Yale-Cariboo  is represented bv a man who does  things.  Canada will continue to advance���Keep Yale-Cariboo to the  front.  GUARD YOUR INTERESTS  When the Grand 7,ruek Pacific  and the Hudson's Bay railroad  are completed the Dominion Government is pledged to construct  the Georgian Bay Canal if the  revenues of the country will justify the undertaking.  These gigantic enterprises will  take a great amount of monev  and will have a large number of  me it. .-^r*- in parliament working  to secure the construction of the  same.  Ya!e-Cariboo has appropriations to get which are just as important to vou as the Georgian  Bay canal is to Ontario, and you  want a member to represent you  who has the force and tbe ability  to present your wishes to ihe Gov  ernment at Ottawa.  Duncan Ross returning to the  support of the administration's a  tried and influential member of  the previous parliament is the  man to send from Yale-Cariboo.  His presence would be felt and  his voice would be heard, and  the country at large would know  that Yale-Cariboo is still on the  map and still needs large measures of assistance to develop the  vast resources within the borders  of this constituency.  There is absolutely no question  as to which is the most suitable  man to send to parliament from  Yale-Cariboo.  Duncan Ross commands the attention of the House of Commons, he has strong influence  with the powers that are. in control, and. for the next five years  it is to the interest of Yale-Cariboo that Duncan Ross should be  there to advocate your cause.  Mr. Ross never made tnv such  The duties will be heavy, th.y = statement or anything like it.  will require the ��� services of a-That came from the Hedley Gaz-  heavy man, and none but the  man who knows the work should  be in charge.  The present is a critical time  for Yale-Cariboo.  Mr. Ross is looked upon as one  of the ablest members that, the  West has ever produced.  His record has never been attacked by his opponent, and he  has the warm endorsation of Sir  Wilfrid Laurier.  The Government looks for- you  t�� send him back to promote your  interests iu the councils of the  country. .-���  Think of what it meaus to you  and to all the Upper Couutry to  have him 'there for the next five  years.  Consider the situation ca'mly  and carefully ; judge a. public  man on his record ; throw all party sentiment to the winds and  vote for Duncan Ross.  We wish to again inform the  Grand Forks Gazette, the official  organ ot Martin Burrell, that  Martin Burrell admitted on the  platform iu Greenwood that he is  an employer of Asiatic-labor; not  one or two, but numbers of them.  More than that, he declared it  as his privilege to Employ all he  wants to.  If Mr. Burrell doesn't look so  clean and white when shorn of  his political' front, don't blame  the workingman who asks an  earnest honest question.  The Story of a Medicine.  Its name���"Golden Medical Discov��*y��  ���.was suggested by one of Its most important and valuable ingredients ��� Golden  Seal root.  Nearly forty years ago, 't��r. Pierca uis-  coyered that he could, by the use of pure,  triple-refined glycerine, aided by a certain.'degree of constantly maintained:  heat and with the aid of apparatus and  appliances designed for that purpose, extract from our most valuable native medicinal roots their curative properties  much bettor than by the use of alcohol,  so generally employed. So tho now world-  famed "Golden Medical.Discovery," for  tha euro of weak stomach, indigestion, or  dyspepsia, torpid liver, or biliousness and  kindred derangements was first made, as  it ever sinio has b\en, without a particle  of alcohol ip its maRe-up.  A glanceVatAthejfinl list of Its ingredients, printecr off^tjverv bottle-wrapper,  will show that it is tqaae from the most  valuable medicinal rootsMound growing  in our American foresfe��J All, these Ingredients have rncelypd the"strongest SS;  rirsement from the loading niedicffl.ex-.  '-'-��.-teTfenera ami writnrs^in Materia  iCC]  Buffalo,  been compiled by Dr. K. V. Pierce, of  "  '" ' Y��� and will be malted free to  )mpi  ,N.  Had it not been for the obstruc-  ion of Mr. Burrell's political  friends in the last session of parliament,, Greenwood would already haye had a $35,000 Federal  building under construction. The  same may be said of Grand Forks.  Elect Duncan Ross and get them  without further delay.  AN ABLE'CHAMPION  The vigorous fight put up by  Duncan Ross for railroad Communication and competition for  the southern portion of the constituency will go down as au im-  What a contrast to see Martin  Burrell directing operations of  his Asiatic crew, and -Duncan  Ross eloquently addressing the  House of Parliament in this patriotic and unmistakable language:���  "Is it any wonder that we who  live in British Columbia and get  enthused over its potentialities  and possibilities, should be anxious to keep this province for our  own race ? Let us develop, it.  Let us build up a country from  the Atlantic to the Pacific, and  people it, not with an unassimil-  ative rabble of different races and  colours but by strong white men  proud of the couutry . in which  they live, and prouder still, that  under the old flag conditions will  be such as to enable them to maintain the land for themselves,  their children, and their children's children,"  The Nelson News says that  Smith Curtis is a resident of  Yale-Cariboo.  Of course he isn't, but if he  were, he couldn't belong to a better place.  And still they tell us that Martin Burrell stands for restriction  of Oriental immigration after he  pleads guilty to what he caMs the  "Soft-impeachment" of employing them in bis orchards and  gardens at Grand Forks:  . The frantic professions of these  suddenly-made Tory restriction-  ists are quite amusing to those  of us who have always been ex-  clusionists, Will they stay  with us when the election is over?  The Nelson News emits a yell  of consternation at '*Blg Bill"  Galliher's appearance in Kootenay. '     --_ __���  Since the Liberals have been  iu power the population of Canada has increased by about 35 per  cent, and we have risen to third  place commercially among the  countries of the world.  Mr. Burrell refused to discuss  the Asiatic question at Vernon.  He deputed' the unwelcome task  to an "under-study" as he did in  Greenwood, and with the same  effect.  So Jos. Martin is the only kind  of Liberal for Mr. Burrell. And  didn't Joe act a little like the dog  in the manger ?  "When the Conservatives have  control of the G.T.P.," says Mr,  Burrell���but it will be completed  before that time arrives, and had  it been built like the C.P.R. under Conservative rule, it would be  mighty hard for any government  to ever get control over it.  What a pretty figure Martin  Burrell would cut should he ever  walk into the office of Mr. Pug-  sley.the minister of public works,  to ask for an appropriation for a  $36,000 building- for Greenwood,  the town in which Mr. Burrell  thought fit to so strenuously denounce this minister who has been  returned to parliament by a sweep-  in g majority. ���  The Victoria Colooist says :���  "We do protest most strenuously  against the abominable misrepresentations that are being made  regarding the country which the  National Transcontinental railway will traverse."  Victoria is the saddest of them  all. That Tory campaign litera.  ture has done a great amount of  harm to the country at large and  to Victoria in particular.  See that Yale-Cariboo - is not  placed in the same sorry position  Hon. Frank Oliver���"One railway will not build-up a country  any more than one merchant will  build up a city."  Yale-Cariboo has the resources  for more cities and more railroads,"  and wifh the right course of procedure they will be obtained.���  The Nelson News has again  been requested to "avoid the distortion of facts.  We would extend the same  solicitation to the Grand Forks  Gazette. >  any one asking same by postal card, or  letter addressed to the Doctor as above.  From thoso endorsements, copied from  standard medical books of all the different schools of practice, it will be found  that the ingredients composing tho "Golden. Medical Discovery" are advised not  only for the euro of the above mentioned  diseases, but iriso for tho cure of all catarrhal, brondiial and throat afTections,  accorapained with catarrhal discharges,  hoarseness, sore tliroat, lingering, or  hang-on-coughs, and all those, wasting  affections which, if not promptly and  properly treated aro liable to terminate  in consumption. Take Dr. Pierce's Discovery in time and persevere In its use  until you give it a fair trial and it is not  likely to disappoint. Too much must not  be expected of it. It will not perform  miracles.- It will not cure consumption  in its advanced stages.: No medicine wili.  It lottl cure the affections that lead np to  consumption, 4fvtaken in time.  dppei*  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition   issued,March, 1908.)  Size ;   Octavo.. Paj^es :  1228.      ���  Chapters : 25. .  Scooe: The Copper Industry of the  \^.: ��� .'" ��� -V World,' '  ..Covering-;' Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Witieralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching/Smelting,  Refining, Brands, GradeB, Impurities,;  Alloys, Uses, Supslitutes.Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents.-Mines in <>etai), Statistics of Production, Consumption;imports, .Exports, Finances, Dividends,'  elc.    .  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  NUT SHU! 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S trietly up-to-date goods,  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  r  Close to the Smelter.  Vote for Duncan Ross, always  an employer of union labor.  The Coast is somewhat out of  ifc, but Yale-Cariboo has the'  chance of tbe time to be altoget-  her-in it.  It is votes and vjtes only that  count on the 12th.  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Ivighted    throughout   with  Electricity.   Hot and:  Cold Baths.  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  n  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  L���.  00000000000000000000009<��0a  II. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doprs,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.!  GREENWOOD,   :   B. ������.'  ���o��e��. J        GREENWOOD, B.C.  ����o<K>0��O00<>eO0C0{>00O<>0<><><yo OJVA L.OFSTAD Proprietor  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  Klectric current' supplied   for  * "  +'  ���:*  Power,. Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  serricVfor operating.  Get Our Rates. We M Save You Money  I: ��S^:3|KSi  gfe-^^fgSfflfe"  7  m"y  mm  %mmMmmm%?mm^Wy^fmm?--  K#  ���.V-'o^i-y;  .r/.--  ��������-���&���? mmsftr.  -"*  THE  BOUNDARY ^CREEK TIMES  ���������';;;:. ;~\g  k/  Reserve   Strength  is as-necessary to men and  women, in ..ordinary- life as  to the Athlete; -..,"��� ' ,-.-.��� v.  The regular use of ^Bovril"  builds tip/ a large reserve  of stt'engt!v;whieh "makes  sustained'^ifoi'fc of mind  andJbody possible, and eii-  , ables the systein to resist  attacks of disease.; ^  PROflNCIAL ITEMS 1  John Oliver, M.L,,A., for Delta  ���will speak at Keremeos tomorrow  night in behalf of Duncan Ross.  There are 600 men employed at  the big tunnel at Field and the  work will be finished in February,  The V.V. & E. railway yards  at Hefileys will be ready for the  steel this month.  Fernie is the liveliest burg in  the province just now. A big  rush is being made to get everything under cover before the winter snow sets in,  -.-: Wages have been raised to  ; $2.50 and $2.75 a day for muckers  'JPnd graders on construction of  the G.T.P. and$3,00 for rockmen,  all 9 hours a day. The contract-  tors^are calling for 2,000 men.  The company offers to advance,  the fares.  '"���-. Lord Sholto Douglas"who has.  aranch.at Crestqn has been arrested for shooting a man who  refused to leave his house,  Chilli wack will build.au hospi  tal.  Building operations are- active  at Princeton.  A.Rural Free 1 Delivery Mail  route has been established; between Vancouver and Terra NOva  .on Lulu Island and has twenty-  two patrons*  . There are 320 .mail "routes in  the Vancouver postal district  and applications for the rural  free delivery are being made rapidly.  There -are 20 more polling  booths in Yale-Cariboo than in  1504. .    ;  !    MINING   I  *-..- ��� . . ��� ���  'J. R." Birney who was recently  injured in the Centre 43t~ar is able  to be around again. '."���"'  W. West had his foot crushed  tn the Daly 'Reduction Co's mill  at Hedley.  &. G.,McConnell and party,, of  the Dominion Geological survey  have finished their season's work  on the copper zone of Texada Island:  B.C. Copper Co. is stronger  and is quoted at $6.75 asked and  $6.50 bid.      ____  J. La'ngelotb; of New York,  and Jay P. Graves, president and  general manager respectively of  the Granby Mining Co., made a  general inspection of the mines  and plant at Phoenix last week.  Rich finds of gold, silver, copper and lead are reported from  O.mineca.  Big ^doings are looked for in  Hedley when the railroad reaches  there this winter. Princeton  will be begin to boom as the line  approaches there in the spring,  The Mollie Hughes mine near  Roseberry has been sold to M.  Gattoni and a force of men put  to work.  It is expected that copper will  reach 15c in Januarj*. -Then watch  the Boundary grow,  The Phoenix Amalgamated  has shipped 120 tons of copper  ore to the Trail Smelter.  Ihe Dolphin mine, Olalla is expected to resume operations in  the near future,-  Forty more coke ovens will be  built at Michel.-      - , ���  The Montezuma concentrator  in the Sl.ocan was burned last  week. It was about 50 tons capacity, was build in 1907, and the  loss will be $37,000.'"  The- alterations in the Blue,  bell concentrator have been"completed and they are working agaia  Tne Grand Trunk Pacific railway and1 the Provincial Government have come to an agreement,  in respect of the holding of the  first sale of lots in the townsite  of Prince Rupert next spring and  it has been determined to auction  a large number of blocks in- the  central part of the town. The  sale will take place during the  early part of May.  A force of 60 men is employed  at the Reco mine in Kootenay  and developments have proved  the property to be a bonanza.  TheV haye four thousand sacks  of ore piled up for shipment to  the Trail smelter when rawhid-  ing- starts.   .  A seam, of good coking coal  forty feet thick has been discovered on the Bulkley river, about  five miles from Telkwa.  The production of gold in the  Klondike this year will exceed  that of 1907 by $500,000.     The  successful working of dredges is  the cause-of: the increase.  Owing to a deep fall cf snow  in the Babine mountains, Jim  Cronin has suspended operations  in that section until next summer  f: GENERAL; NOTES 1  President-Roosevelt is 50 years  of age.  This year Calgary has laid 375-,  000 square feet of cement walks,  6.6 miles of sewers and 13.56  miles of water mains.  Molson. Wash., has a newspaper, The Leader, a five columa  quarto published weekly by H. C.  Mooney.  The Grand Trunk Pacific will  construct a second main line across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta.  The war irr;the Balkans has  been averted, Austria having receded from hcryposition.  Chief of police Kimball, of Leamington, Ont., has been inducted  for shooting a man he was tryit'g  to arrest. :  Forty Yaqui Indians were kll led  in an engagement and the tribe  is suing for permanent peace.  Sir.VV Ifrid-L'turlerr-c-��v�����1 a  tremendous ovation at his welcome hornet ��0".ta.w l   *  ;  ' t"< v  ' "/���" r      $w  <;>  '}rT'      S"  '        >"  f t,   ���. *  /v  '       '     ,'      '  r'- /  ''}  'X  i  ���K:  >*           "��� '  v  '  * v + ���/ /  '</    ,  j'  >   %��*;U' "V  w    '  "������ J>*  ',  "''/i'!''V-'^V';  '-%'  >"//  t&J  i i  ' '    '%-.������  >  <' '���&>/��"<',  /%  f /      '  ->  A movement is on foit to form  a company of   mounted rifles  at  Salmon Arm, to form pa 11 of the  repiment -o-jr-vmed   wib'i head  quarters at Verne.  Renewal of Hotel licence  "Twelve   miles of   the Interna t-  ional Boundary line beiween Al- j  aska and  British Columbia were j  surveyed during the past season.  One   million   dollars   will   be  spent   on   a colonization scheme  for Mexico by a syndicate headed i  by M. E. Hay, of Spokane.  Tak ; notice that l.Evan O. LawiB.of Bouoda'y  Pall a. H. C . Iji'ienil applying- to the Superimen-  dent of Provincial Police, at the expira.tiou of  one nio'ith'from dale hereof, for a, renewal of  my Hotel T/icciiccfor iheprergisesknown as the  SlDelter Tfotel at Bouudaiy Falls B. C.  Dated llii��29t:i Oct. 1908, .     : .  Signed, E. Oilewls  Nova Scotia's apple   crop this  year amounts to 600,000 barrels.  Vote for Duncan Ross and  Yale-Cariboo.  NOTICE  TJ'-TDF.R and by virtue of the powers contained in a certain Iudenture of. Vfortg-.-ice whlcii  will beprodu.-cd at the time of sale there will,  te offer.-'! for sale By public aucuon by th < uu-  dorfiifiird at ihe Court Honse in the c tv of  Greenvood on Monday the lfclh day ofNovem-  ber, lo<�� at the hour ,of 11 o'clock in the forenoon the fo!l��witiir property, namely:���  Iiot tlir.'e (3) and four f4> tft block Fifly-nlne  CS9):iccr> ding1 to Registered Plan Seventy (70).  Cltv uf Greenwood.,  Datua this 20th day of October, 1908.  -       JAMES S. BIRNIE.  The oven does  the baking, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the' grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE GRATES  are important.  \  Double  Some of the Chorus Girls with The San Francisco Opera  Company, in Greenwood, Tuesday Night, November 1 Oth,  Presenting -The Toymaker.M   Prices :   $1.50, $1.00,  75c  Positively guaranteed the biggest & best operatic organization ever offered in Western Can.  The Evan's Gold Cure Institute  Treatment permanently cures the  ALCOHOL CRAVING in twenty-  eight days. Established Winnipeg-,  14 years,Vancouver 1 year. Prospectus, testimonials, etc., sent privately  on application. First-class accomodation and attention. No restraint  or discomfort. 950 PARK DRIVE,  VA��C0UVER.;     '     ~  aie  "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.  Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of, fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way ia the surest-serving way���and that's  "Sask-alta" way.  Sales Ageilt Wanted.  $36 pervWeek or 400 per cent.  Profit.  All sainples, stationery, and  art catalogue free. We want  one permanent agent in this  locality for the" largest picture and frame house in Anv  erica. Experience unnecessary, We instruct you how  to sell our goods and furnish  you the capital. If you want  a permanent, honorable and  profitable position, write us  for particulars, catalogue  and samples. FRANK W.  WILLIAMS COMPANY,  1214 W. Taylor St., Ch ic'ago,  111.  Application for Liquor License.  Take Notice that I, S. T. Larsen, of Rock  Creek, intend applying to the Superintendent  of'Pollce, at the expiration of one month from  the date hereof, for 9 renewal of my Hoel Li-  eH8e for the premises known as The Riverside  Hotel, at Rock Creek. B.C.,  Dated this day, October 29th, 1908.  SAMUEL T.LARSEN.'RockCreek,  VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT.  1908.  MMKG   TO   PURCHASERS  EVERY assignment of the riifht ��f a South  African Volunteer entitled ..to -a land  grant must be by way of appointment of a Bab  stitute and must be in the form provided by the  Act.  Special attention is colled to Sub-section 3 of  Section 5 of the Volunteer Bounty Act. 1908,  which provides that no assignment of the rlg-iit  of a volunteer br the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized by the  Department of the Interior which is notbxe-  CWTBD Al��n DATED ATTBR   THE   DATE   OI��  THE  WARRANT FOR THE LAND GRANT iBSUed   by the  Minister of Militia an! Defence in favor of the  Volunteer. /  J. V7. SREENWAV,  Commissioner of Dominion  Lands, Ottawa...  28th September, 1908.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. .   '"  " CLATAWA NO. 2 " Mineral Claim, Rituate  in tbe Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: On WallaceMoun  tain.  qpAKE NOTICE that I, Edward H. Mortimer  * Free Miner's certificate No. B14422, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the,Mlninjr Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Ninth darcf September A.D.1908.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER.  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St John, Hamilton, Calf ary  SliiiMiir!  A WORD TO WIVES  "The only thing; I can do now is to take the finger completely off. It cannot otherwise be cured."  So said one of the lead ng doctors of Toronto to Mr. W. O. Edwards, P.D.C.R.A.O.P,, P.G.M.I.O.O.F.,  the weE-known Friendl/ Society leader, of Peter Street, Toronto. Almost a year before, Mr. Edwards  out the middle finger of his left hand very badly and blood poison ensued. For two months the  doctor had been treating him, but no good had resulted, and this  was the final decision. A fifcy-cent box of Zam-Buk saved Mr.  Edwards from life-long mutilation which $500 would not have  compensated him for. He says: "The blood poison from the  finger spread up my hand and arm and caused me terrible agony.  After months' treatment the doctor said there was no cure, and  amputation -would have to. take place if J intended to save the  arm. My hand, at that time, was all swollen up and discolored,  and I .had to carry it in a.sling. I left-that doctor and consulted  another.   .  After a few weeks' treatment ho also told me ���thafc operation would be necessary,  and the finger would have to be opened so that the bone could be scraped.  1 went away to consider when I would have -the operation performed, and  met a friend who ad-vised me to try Zam-Buk. That night I bathed the  wound a_ d put on soino Zam-Buk. I gob a little sleep for the'first time  for many nights.' In the morning the -wound began to bleed instead of the  foul d.seharj'iiig' as in.the past. This was a healthy sign so I went on with the  Zam-Buk. Well, to cut a long story short, in a few days I put away the  sling aiid in a few weeks the finger was healed completely. To-day that finger is  as sound as a bell-and I owe it to-Zam-Buk." -  Wives and mothers should know that  Zam-Buk is the finest, safest and surest  healer yet known. It is a herbal balm  which acts like magic in healing sores,  cuts, poisoned wounds, cracked hands,  chappf.-d *;lioes, cold sores, eczema,  ulcers, festering sores and all skin diseases. So pure is it that it can be applied to4.he delicate skin of babes, and  yet so powerful that chronic wounds'are  close 1 and cured by it. It soothes the  pain of piles and stops the bleeding. It  is highly antiseptic. A box of Zam-Buk  is as good as a medicine chest, so many  uses it fulfils. All druggists aud stores  sell at'50c a box or post free from  Zam-Buk   Co.,   Toronto,   for   price.  SAVED HIS  FI NG ER  WE OFfER YOU  FREE TRIAL BOX  Send this Coupon, lc stamp  and name of this paper to  Zam-Buk C\, Toronto, and  you will receive freo sample.  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, 1, R. Salter, oi '  Midway,U.C., intend ajijilyiiiK to the Super  intendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a re-  newal'of my hotel license for the premises  known as the Hotel Spol<aue,nitUate at Miriwav  B.C.  Dated at Midway B.C., the 23rd day of Oct  ober, I9o8. .Signed, h. E. SALTER  Renewal of Hotel Licence  Take notice that I Sirert Dhal.of Midway .intend apply lag to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, attbeczpiratioD of one month from  date hereof, for a renewal of my Hotal Licence  for the premises known as the Central Hotel at  Midway.  Dated this 291h Oct. 1908.  , ~ Signed, SIVERTDHA L.  Paintin  House, Bign and all exterior and  and interior painting- and decor^  ating promptly done.  Ola!! Papering  End Kal$dtnittifig  Send in your spring' orders.  Qe&fiXbotnpson  Box 255, Greenwood.  -   Shop Government street.  SEALEDTENDERSaddressodto thennder-  ftiirned and endorsed "Tender for Public  llnlldinfc Vernon. B.C," will be received at  this ofliceuntil 4.30 P.M., on Friday, November  20th 190S. for the construction of a Public Build  fner at Vernon.  Plans and sppclficitioi can be seen and forms  i if tender obtained at this Department, and on  application to the Poslmaiter at Vernon.  Persons tendering- are notified that tendem  will not be considered unless made on the printed form supplied, and siifned with their actual  signatures.  Each tendrr must be accompanied by an-ac-  ceptcdchrqueonachartered bank.made payable lo the order of the Honorable the Minister of  I'ublic Works, equal to ten per cent (10 pc. ol  Ihe amount cf the tender, which will be forfeited il the person tendering decline to enter Into  a contract when called upon to do so, or if he  tails to complete tho work contracted for. If  tbe tender be not accepted tlis cheque will be  returned.  The Department does not bind Itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.'  By order,  NAP. TESSrER.  Secretary.  Department of public works.  Ottawa, October 20, 1908.  Newspapers will not be paid for this advert!  sement if they insert It without authority from  the Department.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  ^tmmmmmmmmmm^^mmm^mmmmtmmnmmmammnmammmmmwmmmn^nmmmnmnmnm  Are you contemplating a trip  to the  THE   ORIENT,      .  ^HONOLULU,  AUSTRALIA.  NEW ZEALAND,,  Are you contemplating a trip  to  CALIFORNIA, OR ANY  PACIFIC COAST POINT  Or is it a trip to  WINNIPEG,   DETROIT.  ST. PAUL.       TORONTO,  CHICAGO, MONTREAL.  BOSTON. NEW YORK.  Or any European point  thought of.  This line ia equipped with  unexcelled first-class coaches  tourist and standard sleep*  erd and dining cars, coupled  with safety, speed and com/  fort. . For folders and com/  plete information apply to  B.   R.   RBDPATH     AGENT  GREENWOOD  J. E Proctor, D.P.A, Calgary,  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To W. C. Thomas and J. A. T'evlin or to  whomsoever ther have transferred their inter-  e-ts iu the Monte Carlo, Eugene, Dilman and  Number Seven mineral claims ' ituated on the  Wcjt Pork of Kettle River, Greenwood Min-  inff Divison of Yale Dist. B. C.  You are hereby notified that we the undersigned have expended the sum of four hundred  dollars on the above claims- together with re-  coriiiii;r fees, snch being required to bold the  said claims for tbe year ending August 12th,  1903, nnder the provision of the Mineral Act  and Amending Acta ; andifot the expiration  of ninet.v days from tbe date of the first publl  cr.lion oi this notice In the Boundary Creek  Times you fall or refuse to contribute your por  tiott of such expenditure, namely ��200,'together  with all costs of advertising, your interests in  the stid mineral claims shall become vested in  r.i. (vour co-owners) upon filing in the proper-  office in that behalf Ihe affidavit required by  Section 4of tha Mineral Act Amendment Act  1900-  Da'.ed this8th day oi October, 1908.    -.  C. H. FAIR.  T. J. BENNINGER.  Snpopsis ol Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY even-numbertd section of Dominion  -"- Lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting 8and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteaded bvany person who la tbe ��olp  head of a family, or arty male over 18 years ot  age. to the extent of one-quarter section of 150  acres, more or less.  Application for entry most be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land Ag>encv  or Sub-agency for the district In which th* land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, ba  made at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an intending homesteader.  Duties���1> At least six months' residence  upon aad cultivation of the land in each year  for Ihre* years.  2. A homesteader may. If he so desires, per  form the required residence duties by living- on  farming laud owned solely by him, not less  th��n eighty (&.') acres in extent, in the vicinity  of his horr estead. He may also do so by living  with father or mother, on certain conditions  joint ownership in land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intending to perforn. his  residence duties in accordance with tbe above  while living with parents or on farming, land  owned by himself must notify the Agent for the  district of such intention..  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorised publication of  thl* id  vcrtisement will not be oald for. -   V  Sub^rifee for The Times  Organ for sale, good as new,  $45. Must be sold, want the floor  room.   A. L. White, phone 16.  ::'.V-*/  yy^'i  ���iiir  m  .>,.;.-.-sot.  ���;* v..'*3g  fill  * :���'���'���'i'.'-.'^.Yiij  ���y imt  y, ���*.-;���;?$  'yy:y3$  yW ^v'i'v-S.'  THE ^BQUPPA^Y Qgg^MPJ&T  j Purely Personal  J. G.   McMynn  was  in   town!  Wednesday. v  QPaddy George came down from  Phoenix yesterday. ��� ;  C. J, Leggatt,6f Midsiray, was  in the city Wednesday.-;-  J. W. Frost has,returned from  the Ontario.mineral belt.!  D. A. Mpfiricfe, of Bridesville;  was in Greenwood this week on  business '"  James McGregor, I aspector of  Mines, is in the camp on official  duties and is registered at the  Windsor.       .<���' i  > R. S. Wright, of Nelson, travelling auditor of the C.P.R.,. was  in Greenwood this week.?  '���"'?���'  Alex    Robinson,     contractor,  Grand Forks, was in  Green wood  ij^ednesdav, |  &ttfjy, ^Cunningham, an old-  time electrician of Greenwood,  came in on Wednesday's Hraiu.  fJ^Miss C. E. Stevenson, of Chilli-;  wack, has taken charge* of the  3rd grade of the city school.  I^Mrs. A. W. Fraser, 6f| Grand;  Forks,.was in Green woo&  Tues-i  day. " %-:--y:;^  R t  '��� JXi*ls��M^;M|l)W%��Bofc����rjw^ wsr T'.vxtc^ei'i'KSfB^^tsmii^^eiA  ��� A lodge of ttie. Ladies. r>f Ihe  Macca-bees has been organized  ip  vjji:).V  |he northern metropDlis./  II^J-.'/T. Ppbie^-Jrepreseutiag thei  Canadian Furniture Cg.^| was in  Grllflwopd' this weak, '%\ '   ~"  Mjr^;|J. J. Ehrlich and daughter  |Ml JE$$ a?�� JKash; Jis^isiiing "her  sister, Mrs. Dr.. Oppenheimer. (���  SlnSBttf Schnoter^ the^' 'Bolilifl^ry;  V rfiigaf f man. was iajQreeuyraod'ajii  *\       t^ * '_       .    fTT  _    1 _  -.   .1%. '   .        K -  The   Oddfellow's  Hallow-e'en;  tdance; was a distinct . social,,(Sue-;  CeSS.     -", -   '     '. ;���" \  a special anthem   for the'  Xmas!  services.,  [,; riThe funeral of 'the inf ant jChUd  j c^Mr;varjd Mtp. W. T-. Innes wa,s  I helrl" last .''Saturday,'"Rev. F.-JJ  Rutberf ord officiating.1'''"'';  ,'.' Covert's ranch at.Grand,  has shipped 35 carloads  of  fruit  this year. '    ;  '���'"     '.-   -.    ' ' ���    \ ':���>��������� ������' .''.ii;:-).-,'  The   Citv   Council -Visited the  Providence Creek reservoir" early  in th^is week. ���; /  -. A..cement crossing is being;-)ji|d  oppose the HunterrKeijdrick  Co's, store.    ,  The ladies of St. Jude's Guild  will meet at Mrs/A.D. H^Uet^s  next Tuesday afternoon.       -  Th.e^u^sell-Law-Caulfield Coj  have recelved^a car-load of winter  apples from Grand Forks.  The ladies' Reading Club will  meet, at Mrs. D'r.Oppenheimei's  tomorrow^.Saturday evening.    '";'  The local Yankees  assembled  ku force��a.:t;the- Windsor -to  -hear  the election reports   on  Tuesday'  evening.      ::J: '���'-'���'')'-,  - Bridesville ��� is assuming the  marks; bfca?towri, Chester CharleH  ton havirigopened a butcher-:shpp j  in; that prosperous-locality. .    ilV;;'  ;;;;' 'Buy)ybi;r fl annelet tes and w^ap-  perettes, from Barclay . ajid ; Co^',  ^tidaV'arid $aturuay, all. 15c lines  10c per yard.  Complaint is made of some serious  da��X  Gree&wb^byk^ J?e.8,Kgififg j  the< prbvincial'oommander.  A serious accident happanea.at  ftr O^enWetnier's1 '^>,:l\hS? foiiH  ye^r^a^^^o'fw^rS^^rtte^  itt^&fe'^^ttac^aia'ntabte^^yAte^^  little one-fell   out of-a. windoW|  a^d-^tc^T^dNb-'distaiice^pf-4&^| jt  here's the smartest  \W .S4^ffeT'tViintr fn\ ^l^rg^tl^^^irt^i^fi ^i:>;;  - il  ���ii �����'>���� Vin^��^:K-\i ������> y-i-^f^X-A ���Mr ft"  lil^S^'^vthinglh  lji,7;[9D-.wi^witte^^y:-riutto^  \,"' Is double ; 1 Jreastejiv wi^^;hfbaid^/wellivfnS|fi'\'  .,^out��r8aved"'tiet'iif^  HgriiJihtie^^aV'brbted^aa   4ier  ankle disloca|edi .yyri; ii/  Hallowefen vrarfy- - r  --U. sw ,v��i-:..fit-3.-:) Lu-fsnt yisi;];ii:-i-)00  -i L,ii^t���tSa.t,urday -.evening . Mr  and Mrs. R.K. Steven entertain  ed Some of ilfie^youngef1 cr^'wd.^i.l-ijMpB  ���l6'!M  ers;  i-jiu  h  '-.'-^;f ���  ">--'-;~Ji;  ^Tb^ skkts-^whil^lipng^^i^rge^  ^They-dbn^t vvin|^nd,^;Bin^  V'Walkirig.;'-'T       "       ���   ���-'��� :'���"���-������'  ���������-���������������������������-���--������" ������������--���-'  v/TKe',^M&!c��at^s^  ,' has hiore^Stfele and distihjq^ii^^  .CLiShQ^n.^jmong the:-he'W:^intei;,'.C!)yete6iits':;;--' ^r^-.^J'  !iOi'[��r;:iv ovnri  ��� -'���'PI -g1'T-Ti��fi"^"fl Pto Jffr,- 'flfr     .,'.,-.   -  ";'-p" ^M;^w^M^pJ^^^'-:.;^^  Ll"��a  'jmm\  "T^Zl  :-,r>i<V.'0o .'!$'{  Ssiirl tKa city %a^itig?!finiS��!tffhe  season s work : on his Wallace;  .mountain cHi^s-i,,,,;,,^.--.,..,..^.-;, .,':  |...--ir-   - -���   ��� -  - - ���      ���������������"��� ........      ... .,  |Djenis> MuTphyjii,}Qri!i;','Asli'crG|f i|!  ��,&'  Meetings inthe Bojiad^rijr;^ .j��sp  1'cindida.fce .��aY'J00!-iAY   g ?i  kSlsaSrarsSsmsassfflfflgj ;t ja?��3BffiRssiaBH<B��ffla!Ba i.  James u. Sword  has returnedj  from^eattle aTidis^re^rerld'lCti  from   Staffordshjr.e, England, pn|  Greenwood at a Very successful M^Hyu^^A^..;,.;,,,^  Ha-iliiw^ii'^riyV!ttie!'gu^8:ts!ar^ hiuV!^"^4^'^^^?^l';fi:.?��"^  irivin^gi'iaT���fi'ticyid'res>9l0 TibTe* *veia-;  ing passed ��� 4a*P^ly :jtill��.;Sil.ppety.  in c vrdi,old-fashioned gaj^5-i,a(tid:  dancing ; at midnight the��rooms1  Were:-darkene."^:?forVglib^t1 stor- 5  ies;;artd!iarter^E.r'M"oG.ate.het)n;'aadi  H. D.".-R;��?Uef.or;tj-h-eld ra- ttbick, auction.    Their topical allusions and;  !'patt&r^ /.wereVn vefytifua4y- and;  made.vt^.j.au.fli^nce, :;iWfi,ak i tw,irili  closed a "very pleasant1 'affair1.  Many of the costume? were very.  original, *Missb MtnkleP Ss1 the  ;*Pfi&y'6f fH��itt&�� widaing.l^th;e:;  ladies* pHaepand^dW H^;&ISt0wj  as" *,MamarcKat'zeajawnfer^;:tha^  for the gentlemen. j  ���Ll-tOi'  ;.'.'',.Uj'j'^- -1; <-��� r j  ����.! !  Mtii ;-��� ii.1    V>  t ...,_.-,.     .������ ,_,.,  Milk and Gream  l%ti'yyy}  fl.M'-rll.Ti.  *y*  Jenks Bros,     i^  ri ���:>  m  ty^^r-y .-.: ;;iy��,ft��-,v . ..Krii r_   ;r,...,14-, ,,Kf^;,._.^p.-..-^Jy^:wVJ^^'f^'^^  ^:^>.<|ii-:':fr��-\^-)'^  TfTT  ^vfi^i'Hi'-i'v;!^  "*^;-sW^!H^'l%E.  ely-to-:g��fe��i  ^eT^f|aeWp��^^feM^nl|^  The San Francisco Opera Co.I  Iwlll present na&aKtf3y1M^kie^)��n(  TuesdayOfir^klt��3-8!iiY���'������[ ;." ;'��� .V;j  This is the   old Tivoli Opera^  ^6:"an��Tgda71?^;^^  Ruby Morton and many others of  "^ast wtlpiSe'''$$28$ii&d%J,j  ,  u   fe w^avegvif^|h^g^v-|  ���bl^lu the days^before thej earth-  steF��^^&��i^th^tia'p^;-6|'|a^  VWi  ffip.:   ^fe'ifs ifi(^reeftwo9d ipft^^itl  fe'^S fgi^oPj^ttg^ ter([Mrsft Jbjbja  j.^.^oles.7Baby4Jplpa iafljf ppp^ge  icjfic Ojqcasir^n, as^h^haSjPg.un-r  :flrWaWH^fe 9?itH^ii*Hftji��rr5t  e^t repr^sent^^ye (pf jfchg; j fjoupth  ^v'^g^gje^erat^onjQ^tV^.'iamilyi'.'  /All 15c tiiies of Prinlf and kttig-  h'ams bniSaie^Friday^ay Ba^iir-  'day* for -10c;"peri yard. *'^Barclay  and Co. -Ifl'-  IJ^pmbioSaoi f^aaWiStee2f��&m I  W^eni^r^^^r^djGjejB^  w as. necessary-: to ,bjriffsr. .thi si  Mm^m^mm  0��J��l-;Ji'n'  ������>-������.���..-������  |ui4��'J5'qqc  ii:.lfc'>v n:wl  :���*���:���'.-���:���-'  ������::+;���������'?���������������.  ;���"*- ���-���'������.���  and11i��vte^c^^^|iilyr  anaS&SiS^i^ft ^Greeiiwb^wMa^e^^g^e,  ���\sgHp&$^^^ -      ���h   ?'''lii3T'  clay ^��'-H^>-^5^^V^^' ciatibu ofothepAudiipriu��T.aWkn-;  Revljlfefet^RMlauf agement^by giving tfie bigshow^  and R. fa. Pow^fi of Nelaen, ks-  sisted at the anniversary services  at    the .^ree^vpod    ^fethodistl  fe4-  ^KiT;-v>n;HiH wiiit-ife!;-:yfi:T  v,- c  I?-. .?t.-;vt ll��j.   Wj  ,i<>' .u^fffiui^fiii* ^hA^'^i^bs-i^^tf  ���'f��^^:>3i^^?S'^?4#  .V/b'trxrV'v ifji'?.Sji ;,:'i3li'oi^.fVj.i'iqjnii5."i 0J'l'r-;;fj?'���'  '-;''       ���-"-������"- --'-v ���       '���'������'���"���'������. ���'���>- ��� '..-'-;j:;..^j^:i  <hi ���j.>rif:|Or,:.snj"tri':.piru|ictitj-.aft.tg;\;iPtl^;:v"K^fW. :Jr?..-^y;i?  ,-.-^M  good headway. It will be  ����DlcLtt,  good headwTy. It will be a hau"  some brick bfiildin^ and is being  built^a^lej^[% direction  of Ar-  SBeciali'Qt^riday  and Satur-  big  a'bumper h&&��?Q<l&l:?���'\  :l��  ''������).,  .-;:< --.vr^ ���>  ;:n-fiiY-i"ftf1fT'%'i  &9tn:lHi ':'"8*V'   ' l?t"?f��.t%-'"'r^ l^'i"'---1  '������:-'."���������--������'������ !"     ������'-"" >~V". -- r.. -.- ���   ������:--~-.'*.-.r.:Jrf-:-  a .-  ��;ir t;r  day,"our entire stock of 15c flan  issa'M wfta^QtfSs^l^Si  Mr. and'������Mr.& P.'W.' Lover went  who met^nWdeath by accident oh.  the Northern. Pacific railway, in |  whose employ he -..���; was   as brake  e  Canadian Pacific ^Railway  Com-  T^��tfy1ktfnotin'ce a fa^tft"o}l fareiaaa  t^'Sihe lJ^ajd-^lfieBanrjo aife &8ldj.  |^ (^SiaT^^gSiin; c?mg,'trefl(twf  A niiniber of Denoroites attendr  life HWTlme^affifepSoe^  ���  ��� :���.  a  *:  ���-  '��"  6  *.���'  .ra-J.o'ii.Jttiit  "It  E^jf'��$!&& Wardwaire Siale j  K&e~^Pieee-<ffe w- Dinner Set w;i s.: $15.00 ;rJ6vv $11V;|'  Tii'ilr^nM'/F Pttiibiil new Dinner Set'was $13;25now $1D.,  or-                                                                                                       '   ��� ���������       '' i-'''   "---  '���''   '       '    '   ���''���'      ���������'���������-���������       -  >���   -���'  OD. ��� ���   ������������ ���     . ..������:���������:     i  '���������;< -  100 per cent discount on full-line of Glas&war -     "  See our  Hue of heaters, ���  SCHOOL REPORT   FOR  Division 1.-^1.1,. Watson. - ���>��������� ''<:  'S  '! Fuririture and StbVe Man.  Phdnei6.  DRAYING---We Can Mgv& Aiiythiiiig  K~/*j  ;:;   }:ty.  PROPBffiTOR  ." i  roR-^���-^��� -���I  |. Pupils'.. actually , ,atte^idiog'..........v,. 19  Ayeragfe dailyi'[i.iikM&nt$!.^.l.,;^,.,'$,.%(>  Percentage of regulaTity.;.;.,.....-,1 91;;37  , Pupils present, every, session: Ernest  Anderson, Mildred Hancock, Gertie  -McJntyrerDollie Jliverj George Red-  path, Hazel Redpath, Bertha Smith,  Goj0ottStnithVv.      ]r,'A':;d~:\     .'  Division IL���J. I. McKenzie.     .....  Pupils actually  attendibg........... 28  Avprage daily altencTance...,.,....; ,24.22 ]  Percentage ofregularity..;;........     86  ' Pupils present every session:'  Henry   Anderson, Don aid Mc Alliste r ||  Geo. Eales,   James   Olliver,   Mauifie  KatEs^ Vriace  Reclpatir," WtfrThTngton |  Fair. A nes Ho d, Sutherland Smith,  Rrsselii H-u'nteV; ''Wardl-.Sterer. -Harold  Hunter, Winnie Skelton, Judith John-  btobi Dick Taylor, Eileen Jakea:! Char  lif.jkcArthhr.   .,'"''!.';-.���"��� l/.-.-^.'nlr.. ���:  i-'Divisibn III.^-C. M., Martin.   ?���?,..  Pupils actually attending. . .��� M  32  Average daily attendance;-.'-'';::;- 29;'64  Percentage of regularity. '   92.63  Pupils present every session:.BJL��eb  Barnett, EJdwardCrowley,-^Ced^rp^jor  VOTarR^dpat|j it a^d;iR^djp^r^41d<|>  Jor^dan/Frances^^Jo^c^nf5Arthur ReefJ.  Evelyn Johnston, John McArthur,:  Binai Sriiith, Tom Taylor,; Celia Mcintosh, Annie Thomas,'Hall Mclntyre  Jack .Wilson, Ernest. Archibald,  ba��aifimi^^"o;v.Qqbe6 lttbow *i��  jg ClTiieflP^rves^yteri^O ^il^ch sej&  viceSraextrSahbath -will be as f61-  lows: morning service ll-'ft.m.,  Thanksgiving service.._; Evening  service^7,30. p.m.���A song ser-j^ - e  *?-^/r. * W.r^^%^.f  m &   m>ovt of  make arrangements for   a dance  WbW��$ e^in{^^x<?,��imfia^ksf  ���AU  ������;000,TCa,c;d fiJ.vt-s  UT^;r;&tiif|l M:^M^$!y-��-  :':) '���;���-���: n Horn -v, '��-,��� Tlfii'r-iJ;:  ,.., (���.vw-rt---��-'jis.-;i7TI>ttjs *i\7 nr>SH��'./;.a&3w1��-  l-i---'--^l��� ^---������������'-���-- -���   ���'��������� -:---^..-.--:.;---r::sj(;-  a:.vji.n  -1.'i (���.->-..���  'r-ij- >;c;<>j;^i;:T*i;Hi,--ya'l?  '���/'���' ':'��������� ������"y.^y ������>."���:'- i^sarOi'fscf ;ciite.f5', -  ��-:.uiwt-K It'Etn 0��?". 'til:'ci iJi'jdT.i���*:-.���'.  ' -.. ''-    ' .:������-.-.'���  - -���' \yy '/'��� -���::-���:'��� ..h-r^".'  -''.-.-���-";;\-"���-:'":i-";;;;:5:*  Tresb and Cured ItleaJs  liiijjyv.y'!').'." iVn'ii'; r::;'':::'''r:: :\;;'  lt-.4'.<  i-.l��t;::>J(>-;-v/I.  '   *.   ..:.  )*/l-'"KL -.���"'''  jS>tP."iitii:.-j;.iiiijJ. .     .    ��� ,  . .. .,  *���   '���'   '   ������'���.-���'-"���'��� '''-.'   --        '.'^.-i':--'-;'-'" ���-.. .'  ��� jS ifrAinuhl?.: --ti'l *jr'r-. r>?l-:'.i';s'i.'>',H��  "y'>m^  '.*!  'jttli^-iiaisi^^Oiilli^  fIlsJVqWM^i:':��w.��rTj.f,i-x"- -'���--"���'.���,-"���������-f2','":  nr-,ri.j:.(Tj-.   <>o(1-Jt!i-;J-oiiii: ;u> .KfU.ooJf'-  y.r.i'- 'Ai  'IV. f. i.  " m-  *:;:''������������-'������ '.-��� '���^.,'^'>&.',VjPVj-aii*vor:): -J'Kbfiiyo^l oili/h.tiR.'v-JiwJ'  ^Tiiivjoj   ii-.'itn,  |hse%i^  0;.  i"% feture;  ^^alue1||n^o^i^fe^ajpl^ m  and Go's,   eveff? pair   reduced��� er.  b^y%owf yMl sH��ffvtav�� &W���?.1^ .��v"J'��nM  -A unioti^-Thanksgivittg-service  "rwilHjBireld on Monday at   10.30  J5S^^^^#?^?3^^S^^b^S^^fe^^  ^e^t'akeffi^r Sth^.  ,vek;'7! As^kfe^aferseVeral; Gre^n-  Utvp'dd children kt - -bresent in' the  IWfffi&AS0^ i^s espied .^.Gqveinor- ^ggh^was.^^irfled-  riWitbra; plurality iofd 4S,^Qp,rand  'j".- ���-������ ���>;: v-; ���-.-  '4. i2r%^'i    v ? !?J> ^ ?l" ���,  ' Ydu can sa^ve-money bv-Daylng  your blankets from Barclay &-Qo,  olt yitire^iine dised^ittea)^! -zfct  cent. .-���'.. 'v  ^^'cii^Wmsi,  noi   -Taft-iptt- Eccsident���  ���';*iv.��-o~-��-M��'��*^'i*r^r>��--i.��',<!r^L'JL'^.-t.l.-^^^^  vW''"iW'~<l~ ^Zn���jfrT^rTrfdTi/1 ~!ilei  i-'ifii!.; ^!vrr .-v-tiNL^jl   --jJi'ik.-. h.o;r.-j-  J ^1 ; ?ipMo '3 (JW ,<fet|  ! '.i/!jj, ni Vf;>i-oo!d:]o''n^ttijwa)ivu;r  >^x'j  Ui'.v   -iji;;v  .*ul'j   c.>!ilvri(:!yl  fopr  )   ���tij'..-''JTr."ff'Ij^tJii.ia',  for Duncan ^lo^ttid  Yal^Cjmliod^  J^W.i-    i.i^::T-- .���.-���V,>i>-'J-'!^ ���  - ;"  |that the citizens will  come for-  alcVlditahle assi^tanci  v c-    ~ ���--, [J. *>,- <-t      ^n.  |to.that very worthy institution.  iDon?tiforget,thatithe Jadie3:of  iSiV-'Jkde'af'.^tfiifch^ititen'd holding  their.Ba^aar/aedrrr'Htgh Tea,'' in  ihe   Audi tori itm1,   on 'November  SSjth,,,! afterno.oa; ,��nd,. evemngf  he GfeebwpM/j-Orchestra jwill  [piaiyin .the:   eyeni'ngV;and' ^ir  Sfrill'-be 'in ^exhibition  of;dumb;.  |ej(is^ i^k^^^glHgM^X^^t  |antesfcs by '.the��� LBoy^s; Brig-ade. J-'  3f h er��. wil^ -^,\fBi;;i^leif an^^lWo^ki  |ir^pji.s^^K6.me^made, jcandy   and  po^dr-doli's-booth-, and a shocftiiig -^^  I ltPrinti|nd gjag^aitts^a^k^ay  |fil'y^lOCfper yard:"Barclay &C��,  )Gaiinc(n.-wa^ also- r^rgJsc^d.., witfij  his usual mai^|(ry^ti;- ^ ' i f>0B:q  Ft/iTfjIVy'.2'*'    ^T'rt   f^-'p. Vf'pff'S-.fr-c--   i?--i-  ���w'M&wE.w.Heu^:  1 :a   -;(|J    ;'.it     < j;:-j:;-,    'ji.-l.1n     i  ���Jiii'jJatli. IKt-jIo   i>.|  .Jti'.n'jj . i'liir.j.^  B   St I 11 I 1 A 1��T  bUriit  ij :,:wi';: 'I  -,>.��v  ;'^3'  Iiimi0N".MM::i^M^  ! I    ��,..  ���;fi'oififf>r:I>'-R-.C!'iY  -'��� :-.������!-"/ ���'?:-  ��>i'iv,'"��rV ' '- "        ' ��� *���*�����*  u i;G5Q^ ^H6^ Manager.'


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