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 ��� \^^$r"  *:W;0$0:$^^;W$MW  ���wr  lpi��%i__d��  ^,^j^i____l��--IM-BW_MM___y  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY,    NOVEMBER  No. 11  's Big Furniture Store  H  Carpets, Linoleums,  Bedding^  New Japanese Mattings in great variety.  A Fine Line  of sea-grass Chairs at prices that  will astonish.  A new line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up. Will be sold cheap.  We carry a Big Range of Childrens'Go-  carts and Carriers. Drop in and see the -latest  Steel Collapsible���Folds in one motion.  T. MT Galley-Co.  HOl^E FURNISH6RS -       "  Phone 27  f-y   ^-U����-^  B  T  Boundary Liberals Receive Their Standard-Bearer With an Outburst  of Enthusiasm        1  oooooooooc��K><io��o_Kk><>6<i^o^  The greatest sale in the history of the city will  come to an end Saturday, November; 21st, until  then we offer our entire, stock at a discpunt of .   ���  337:  'One-thir4 off everything in the Store, absolutely  nothing-reserved.    Buy now.  You can save money  - '���"���': ���     ���'   - ������'"���''  "'���"     ���''-'���"'    -��� '���- ''." " ; - '--'   ';    *-  BARCLAflGb.  DRY GOODIS���BOOTS & SHOES���-MILLINERY  /.  <KXX>ocK>b<>oo��<k>��<>c��>pop<>o<><to  To.those who haven'tjbought of us before we ask  an opportunity to' show the following lines in Men's  Shoes.      ; -.'���  Vici Blucher Bals. Dull Kid top, Heavy single  Sole.  $4.00  4.50  Box Calf Blucher Bals. heavy double sole  Vici Bal, heavy single sole, wide last, plain  '.  toe,v .��� -/   ��� .-''.,������"  - '.    ���    '������ - i#   -���..  , Kangaroo Bal. heavy single sole, wide last,  plain toe    ,   -        -   ��   -        -       ���        ���  Extra fine vici blucher bal, tipped, heavy  single sole -/,/.       -"-������       -  Fxtra heavy box calf blue bal. tipped, felt  ���������- lined -������,'���       -'.    '-1" -������ - - :'.',-  Ijxtra heavy box calf bal. plain toe, leather  lined, double sole    - -  Pat. colt, blucher bal., dull'kid top, tipped  The above lines are all Goodyear Welt, Solid Heels  and Soles. ,"-'..���  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  <>004XK><><>000<>0060'00<"K����^<><><>0��<^^  4.50  5.00  5.00  5.50  5.00  5.0o  PIANOS  WE ARE AGENTS FOR-  THE MASON <�� RISCH PIANO CO.  THE AEOLIAN PIANO OO.  THE DOMINION PIANO CO.  If you are interested in Pianos call or drop  Us a card and we will have a Piano man  explain our Easy Payment Plan     /   * ���'  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  Next Door to Post Office.  56   -   Phone   -   55  Last Monday evening Mr. Duncan Rdss, the * former member in  the Deminioo Parliament for  Yale-Cariboo, was the guest of  honor at a reception'given to him  by the Liberals of Greenwood,  assisted bv members of tbe party  from Phoenix. Midway, and  Grand Porks.  The large dining hall of the.  Pacific Hotel was crowded and  extra covers were laid to accommodate the unexpected number ef  friends and supporters wh�� assembled to pay their respects to the  Liberal Standard-bearer for Yale-  Cariboo.  The gathering was representative of. the righting Liberals of  tne district; the reception to Mr.  Ross was warm and jenerous and  was an enthusiastic demonstration  of the esteem in which he is held  by his Liberal friends in the  Boundary country,  The banquet wassail that could  be desired ; the speeches were  numerous and good* and voiced  an emphatic ��� declaration that  though defeated in the present  contest the Liberals of the Bouu-  dary will be ready for the fray  when the next election comes  round. The health of the guest  of honor, Mr. Duncan Ross, was  proposed by the Chairman, Mr.  _3. R. Redpaih, President of-'.the.  Green wodd*Libe>r at'Association^  and was met by an outburst of  enthusiasm such as was never before seen in. Greenwood.  Among  those present were :���-  Mayor Banting, Dr, McLean, R.  McCammon, J. Love,Walter Ross,  Dan Pater son, J. _ ���_}. Thompson,  Thos.   Walsh.  J.  R, Ferguson,  R. H. Hambly.J.M. Millar, EJ.B.  Dill, H."E. Shafer,K.C. B. Frith,  A. D. Hallett, Thos.   'Old, H/ S.  Simmons, P. T.   MeCallum, Duncan Ross,   E}. R, Redpath,   John  D. Spence, Rev.   Father Bedard,  Dr. S. S.   Oppenheimer, . J.   W.  ,Main,   Thos" F.   Lyons,   G.. A..-  Smith, H. Comber, W. W. Logan,  R. J. Saunders, Bert Logan,   A.  Graham.   D.' C.   McRae,  Julius  Ehrlieb, J. I. Feeriey,T. A. Beau-  lieu,   A. G. Evans,   Jas. Sutherland,   N.  J. Dunlop,   W. Giilis,  D. Good, A. Sakris,   Jerome McDonell, F. B.Holmes,   J. C McRae, John McKenzie, E. H. Mortimer *   A. S. Reading,   Percy G.  Morey, A. Burnett, H. E. McCutcheon, D. O. McKay, J. H. East,  N. L. Mclhnis. L. E. Salter,   D.  D. Munroe.W. C. Wilson, A.F.H.  Meyer, H. J. Clint, C. G. Russell,  J. H. Goodeve, H. D.   Cameron,  George   Cook,    H.   T.   Hunter,  Chas. Bubar,   C. H. Tye; W. H.  Barnett,   E. T, Wickwire, D. A.  McDonald, J. M. Campbell,  Robert  Wilson,   W. Connell,   S. P,  Dixon, E.��W. Bishop, T. M. Gulley,   Hugh  McCutcheon, A. M.  Davidson,   W.  S.  Smith,   Chas.  Buxton,,   Edward Pope,   D.  A.  MacDonald.  Mr. Ross' Apdress  After making a special commendation to the electorate  of Phoenix, Mr. Ross addressed  the gathering in the following  comprehensive speech :  " Mr. Chairman���No victory is ��� so  perfect that it has no disappointments  and no defeat is so complete that it is  without its compensations. On Thursday last we went down to a crushing  defeat after being certain el victory.  Compensation conies in the spirit which  prompted this splendid banquet, i_  your kind and encoun ~in�� words and  in your enthusiastic reception of myself. Let me say at the outset that  disappointing a- was the result,! would  rather go down to defeat than win by  any methods that would lose me the  respect and confidence of those who ��o  loyally stood by me in Yale-Cariboo.  Bitter as was the adverse poll   in  the  twelve years. I tonight' rejoice that I  still r^inin my wnrm friends not only  ia Greenwood but in the entire Boundary district and the rcfof th* District  of Yale-Cariboo and that is worth more  than the most decisivepojitical victory  From the bottom of my'.'heart I thank  you not only for your ;loyal support  throughout the campaign but also for  this intimation to our political opponents that the defeat is only a temporary  one and that nothing can kill the old  fighting spirit of the genuine fighting  Liberals 1 see around this-festiveboard  tonight.  '���.���������. "���������/���;  Grand Forks. Phoenix. Midway.  Personally there came to me a feeling  of relief as well as disappointment at  the decisive result. Thetmajority piled  up for my political opponent is so large  that we cannot charge ourselves with  having neglected anything that would  hav; brought about the.desired rrsuit.  I feel /much sorrier "for the district  which I represented in the Parliament  of Canada than I do for myself. For  four days I have been; worrying more  ab^utwhat-is to become of the district  of Yale.Cariboo for the next five years  than what Lwill do.'.".;���   ,;  In the heat of a political campaign,  people of ail shades of politics forget  the things that count and vote because  of party passions and' party and personal prejudices. I believe the reasons  which induced the great;, majority of  the people of Yale-Cai'iboo to. vote  against me hare already-been dissipated by a calmer, soberer second thought  and that even tomorrow if the.election  were to take place the result would be  different, I am be-iind to saT that I  have very little,patience with the men  who have come to ma a \\&i.; said,!iLJra*.  sure you were going to 'win. Had j  theught there was any possibility, of  defeating you I would have voted for  you." There were 160 polling booths  in this riding ; at least a dozen men in  Green wood have expressed their regrets  in similiar terms and if this is true of  every other portion of the district then  I am afraid that Yale-Cariboo must  suffer for the next five years because of  the lack of consideration shown for  their own interests and   the  interests  of the district by such men when they  cast their ballots on Thursday last.  labor and care this responsibility involves ? The occupyiug of a seat in  parliament and the making of an occasional speech are as child's play  compared with the enormous .departmental work in connection-with a district such as this. * I have ia my 6ffi:e  at the present lion sufli :ieut letter.* to  occupy the lime of a stenographer ami  myself lor at least two days���-)), dealing with the routine of departmental'  business. The appointment of new  postmasters, the opening up of neu'  postoflices and new customs offices, the  purchase of sites for public building*,  tin? commencement of public works for  which appropriations h.ive been made,  difficulties in 'conneciion with- homestead entries In Ihe Railway Be't, dffi  cullies in regard to t mber limits' and  grazing leases, complaints in regard to  Government officials, applications for  increases of salaries, the awarding of  subsidy contracts in aid of railway  construction, and other mailers are referred to me for ai vice and recommendation. This work must oe continued  for the next live years if the interests  of this vast district are uot to be neglected. All these things with the  necessity of the greatest possible en -  couragement to the development of the  wonderful natural resources of this  gr<at*djstriv'l would require the time  and the best energies of anyone ch urged with such a responsibility. Keeping a seat warm in parliament is a  mere incident conipared with the labor  and thought required in acting as an  agent of the people of Y_le-Carit>oo,  transacting their business with the  Governirjent in power. . Any advice  received from the member elected from  this district willbeimtnediately treated  as hostile advice coming from a man  elected to do his utmost to defsatthat  Government and any advice that will  be acceptable to that Government must  necessarily come from one, who fought  the battles of the Government- in this  district and who went dbwn fighting iu  defence of the policies and the record  of the Government. The people of Yale  Cariboo have by their votes on Thursday last placed me in an impossible  position, lain as poor a man today'as  the day I entered public life notwithstanding the wanton charges of some'  of my opponents. 'My first duty is to ray  family. It is, absolutely necessary for  me to get out and earn a living'for  them. If I do this I cannot attend to  the business of Yale-Cariboo for the  next five^ears and the question of how  to adjust this difficulty so that the  interests of this district will not unnecessarily suffer is one requiring the  most caret ul consideration.  Government Not Vindictive-  Let" me at once correct; any impression that may., prevail that" Governments deliberately punish districts for  voting against Governmentcandidates,  To use the illustration of our .eloquent  friend, Mr. Denis Murphy, the electors  of Canada are shareholders in a large,  joint stock company, the government  being the managing executive of your  Board of Directors. Elect a member  from your District as a director in sympathy with the policy of this executive  and he has the opportunity to advise in  regard to the particular district he represents as well as in regard to the  general policv ; elect an opponent of  that Government and it follows that  the district is immediately denied any  such advantage. The greatest difficu-  ty any Government has to face is the  too enthusiastic advocacy of the claims  of his particular constituency by each  of the representatives supporting the  Government. If all these claims were  allowed the annual expenditure in this  Dominion would be several hundred  million dollars instead of about $100,-  000,000. The Minister of Public Works  and the Ministers in charge of other  spendingdepartments, haye to sorrow  fully but firmly pare down the demand  of even their own supporters in orderto  keep expenditure within the revenue of  the country. It is so much easier to turn  down an enemy than a friend and consequently a district represented in Parliament by an enemy generally suffers  During the last four years not one  single dollar would have been'voted fer  public buildings iu the District of Yale-  Cariboo, not one single dollar for any  new extensions to the telegraph 'or  telephone systems, not one single  dollar for any new works in the im-  provement of our waterways, had I not  furnished the ministers with sound  and sufficient arguments to justify  such expenditures. The routine expenditure would probably proceed but  it requires a strong and friendly advocate to induce any government to undertake any new expenditure.  The people of Yale-Cariboo have deliberately chosen an enemy of the  Government to represent them for five  years, and the Government is thereby  relieved of the importunities of one of  their friends trying to do his best in  the interests of his district���a convenient relief for the government but a  mighty bad thing for the District.  Patronage of District-  But there is another consideration  that surely did not appeal to those who  so decisively voted on Thursday last.  Under our system of party government  the defeated candidate supporting tn;  government has the patronage of his  district for the life of parliament. Do  the people of Yale-Cariboo or even you,  Causes for Defeat.  Now that the'battls is oyer we wonld  be wise in considering the reasons for  bringing about such an extraordinary  result.y,I do not know of anything in  my record during:the..past.. four years  tha,t would warrant such a decisive defeat for personal reasons, and if. there  was anything particularly encouraging  in the campaign it was the warm en-  thusiasticsupport of friends who-,ap-  precTatedTth'e good work* dbrik?"atfrii?^  the past four years and who were anxious to that I should be given.an  opportunity to continue that good work.  The Liberal party in the province met  with a crushing-defeat in the Feder?l  elections and we might just as well  discuss the reasons and apply the remedies so that we will be in a strong  position when the' next contest comes  on, ���  The Oriental Question and Better  Terms were largely responsible for the  defeat of the Liberal Candidates in  this Piovince. These questions ex-  "ploited by the McBride Government  and backed up. by a gross misuse of  patronage and power by that Government swept Conservative candidates to  Victory. I am glad tonight that great  as was -the temptation, we stood in the  right position on both questions, and  that we did not attempt to win votes  by apologizing for the position taken  by the Laurier Government on both  these questions nor by attempting to  deceive the people. We faced the issues fairly and squarely and while  temporarily defeated we still have the  satisfaction of knowing that the people  of British Columbia will yet realize  who were their true friends.  The other day I saw an editorial   re  ference in a Liberal newspaper to   the  two recent deferred elections   and the  suggestion   was made   that  as   they  were   undoubtedly an   expression   of  disapproval of the policies of the Laurier Government, Sir Wilfrid should sit  up, take notice,and revisehispoliciei to  meet the expressed wishes of the people  of British Columbia.   It is silly talk of  this description that puts the people of  British Columbia in a class   with   the  Three Tailors  of  Tooley Street  and  makes the Province look ridiculous  in  the eyes of the rest'of Canada.    The  policy of Sir Wilfrid Laurier on   the  Oriental Question gives* first  consideration to the  interests of   the   Empire  and while  the   Premier   is   extremely  anxious to meet the views of the people  of British   Columbia   auy   legislation  passed or any agreements   made must  oe in consonance with Imperial   interests, and I am bound to say   that   Sir  Wilfrid Laurier has done   more   to effectively restrict Oriental immigration  by his policy than could be secured by  fake hostile legislation of the   Bowser  type.    But the people of   British  Columbia   always   did   like  to   be gold-  bricked and they still seem to have the  same warm welcome for the confidence  man that they did in  the days of yore  when   railways   running   north    and  south and east and west throughout the  province were alwavs built previous to  each   and every   election   but    never  afterwards.  Strange Combinations.  But the marvellous thing about it all  Fall Assizes,  la the Phoeais: assault-of-officer  case true bills were found against  Bea Safstrom arid Gus Larsen.  Safstrom failed to appear and  Larsen'scase was adjourned as he  was too ill to appear. -The Crown  was represented by'Ernest Miller,  of Grand Forks, and J. P. Mc-  Leod appeared for the defendants  PRESENTMENT OF  GRAND JURY.  To the Honorable Mr. Justice  Marxist :  Mn-y it please your lordship : The  grand jury desires to give you a  hearty welcome on this visit to  Greenwood, and to express their  regret that the pressure of business  elsewhere should have been so  severe as to have compelled you to  postpone it for a period in- order to  obtain a much needed rest.  The lightness of the business to  be brought before your lordship is  a source of congratulation.  We have visited the various institutions of a public character in  the diRtricfc and find that they are  being conducted in a satisfactory  manner. We find it, however,  necessary to draw attention to a  matter which has been referred to  by previous grand juries, namely,  the importance of better fire protection at the hospital.  We also desire to bring forward,  in common  with previous grand  juries, the inadequacy of the salaries paid to the provincial constables,  and to urge <that representation be  made to ministers concerned.   A  regrettable, incident,    which   has  lately occurred in this di.strict,only  serves to emphasize this,  and.; to  show  the   necessity   of   enabling  these officers to perform their duties  with   more' celerity   and   greater  efficiency.  In conclusion the grand jury ex-  presses' the -hope^tfeafe-yeor^ leads  ship may be long spared to fulfill  the duties of your office.  f    MINING   I  ��� ���    ��� ��  ��y����'<����a��aa����(i��a��#����0����������  C./B. Dunster, mining engineer  of Marquette, Mich.representing  E. M. Breitung, is m the camp  examining various' mining properties, among others tlie Prince  Henry and Elkhorn.  Mr. Breitung is making his  investigations as a result of representations made by A. H. Noyes  during his recent visit to Chicago.  Should Mr. Breitung become  interested here it will mean much  for the future of Greenwood as ha  is one of the biggest mimnsr men  in the U,S.  Shipments   of   ore   from   the  Consolidated company's Snowshoe  mine to the B.C. Copper   smelter  have   again   commenced.     Last  year the Snowshoe shipped largely to the Greenwood smelter, but  since   resuming   operations last  August/ all th��  ore has gone to.  the Trail smelter.    Since November 6th the mine has been shipping 400 tons per day,200 to Greenwood and 200 to Trail.   The force  at the mine has also been increased and two more machines put in  operation.   ���  MEtALS,  New   York,   Nov.   18���Sily'er,  SO; copper,14"^ to 14#, dull.  London, Nov. 18���Silver 23 1-16;  lead, j��L3 12s. 6d.  Copper Quotations.  Granby 105.00    109.00  B. C, Copper 7.87)4 8.12^  Dominion Copper.......93-^    1.0b#  Nov, 18���Closing quotations on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid   Asked  B.C. Copper    $7.75   8.00  Dominion Copper .93#  1.12J4  Granby........ - ."   97  Snowshoe r. 06#j   .06#s  , The Trail Smelter Co. has recently purchased 10 properties in  the Phoenix camp, adjoining the  property of the Granby Co. In  order to accommodate the increased tonnage.from these properties  the big copper furnace has been  blown in and is working very su,c-  cessfully. This is considered an  invasion of the copper-producing  marks the progress of the Trail  Co. This new acquisition of  property will be operated under  the name of the Phoenix Amalgamated, which is owned and  controled by the Consolidated  M. andS. Co.  The Bank of Vancouver miner-  al claims at the head of Seymour  Creek, Burrard inlet, are said to  have been sold for $600,000.  The property was originally  staked by Joe Saulter and bonded  byhimtothe British American  Mining Co. for $220,000.  Only one more day to buy- your  fall and winter goods tor one-  third off. Barclay and -Co'3 big  sale closes Saturday evening.  November 20.'06  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table Rives the ore Bhipments of Boundary mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906,1907.19 * as reported to the Greenwood Times���  Minb. 1900  Granby Mines 64,533  ....      297  Sitowehoc  B.C. Copper Co....  Mother Lode....   5i340  B. C.Jrtne    19,494  Emma /  -   Oro Denoro..    -   Bonnie Belle���   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Idaho   -   Raw bide   Sunset   Mountain Rose.   Athlestan..    1,200  Morrison    -  ....  R. Bell-    -   Senator   Brey Fogrle '.  No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur King   Winnipeg    1,076  Golden Crown    2,250  King Sotomon  -   Big Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris .:..  Jewel_.       HO  Riverside,   _   Carmi   -   Sally   Rambler    Bn'cherBoy   _   Dnacan_    -   Providence-    _   Elkhorn   _   Strathmore      Golden Eagle   -   Preston   -   Prince Henry  _   SkylarV    _   ���Last Chance    ���   E. P. V. Mine   Bay.   -   MaviH.    _ .  -  Don Pedro    _   Censcent   Helen.   Ruby._    Republic���   Miscelllaiieous    3.230  1901        1902        1903         1904         1905  231,762   309,856   393,718   $49,703   653,889  1,741    20,800    71.212       99.034  47,405  650  802  550  141,326  14,811  8,530  138,079  19,365  22,937  15.537  174,298   147,576  37,960  16,400  9,485  3,007  1906        1907  861,404   613,537  8,426   135.001  10S.90C   208,231  1,488      1,712  Past  1908   Week  906,427   20,037  26,276 2,800  271.S66 10,227  11,804  3,177  18,274  14,481  63,566       316  1,040  875  7,455  150  785  625  665  2,000  3(50  482  2,060  890  32,350  55,731  140,685  2,960  3J070  25,108  26,032  15,731  3,250  3,056  48,390  1,759  4,747  3,555  5,646'  4.586  3,339  560  363  3,450  222  364  33  1,833  33  2,435  ISO  .....  -'���   586  43,295  12,253  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  4,870  11,971  3,450  398  ......   9  79  30  145  219  993  400  town   in   which   I   lived   for the last [ nsy liberal friends, realize   how much  is that when the people arebein^ gold  bricked a motley throng1 gathers toget  her in search of the faker;,' wares:  Take ���'he case of the district of Yale-  Cariboo ; the Conservative candidate  said he was for a white B.C. but per-  sona'ly he belie ve3 that the only solution of the industry with which he is  associated is the unrestrictrd supply of  Oriental labor. The Canadiao Pacific  Railway Company has been the greatest importer and ,user of Oriental labor  in Canada but this Corporation joined  forces with Mr. Burreil in his demand  for a white B.C. in order to defeat  myself, and labo- men including some  employees of the same Canadian Pacific joined forces with othtr apostles  of Oriental exclusion and succeeded in Toiai. wns. %.*oo 390,*w 503,876 6<w.��9  ,_  -.  . ,.   .      .   i I Smeller   treatment���  electing a man   who   wauu   Oriental   (;ranbv Co_   62,3s7  230^28 212.340 40i,��2i  laboc aud gratifying the wishes   of   a j B.C. Copper Co    117,611   148,(/��>  company who have used every possible i Dom. Cop. Co,._ _             means to secure Oriental labor. /,T^~-ua'7T"_J7__T_,o::_:_  _ ��� 1 a utal reduced... 62,389   348,4j��   460,940   t)9��,40��  ��� Continued on pag:   Two)  726  325  770  150  20  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  90  65  120  40  700  20  55  60  52  50             167  300  HO  3,456  325  60  750  $35  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  "S)  501)  20  15  S89  224  30  45  ..S3  829,808   933,5481,161,53? 1,148,237  5%,252   687,983   828.879   637,626  872.247   21.643  162.913   21''.484    210.830   123.S40   341,452      325.878 '  12,��77  132,570       30,'<30     84,059   213,811    153.439      22342       m  m  '<<m  .Jit  wm  ;;Silf  yywmt  ���m  837,666   982.8771,172,4031,233,017 THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK 'TIMHS  ftj^tiym���^ F  c_*  _="<  _=*  (r*  CP*  (P*  (P*  CP<  s  ��_  <r*  <P*  (P*  _=*  (P*  C_=<  Cr-<  CF*  fed  ..Bank of Montreal  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:    Lour, Stkathcona ant. Mount Royal. G. C. M. G.  ���    President:    Sir Geokgb A. Drtomokh. K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    K. S. CloUSTon.  Branches in London, Eng. \$��bt���Pr__nad_. \ Sw York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partfof the world. .. <  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greepwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  >_5  *_3  **%  *_3  ��-_  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  BaKRISTHR. SOUCITOX,  NOTARV PTBLIC.  Cable Address:       ���'Hm.lktt."    .  I Iledford M'Nelll'R  iuks < Mor^in^ ��V NealV  Grmehwooo, B. O'  ! I.eilicr's  :-*��..  .r��r**  BOUNDAItV   VALLEY   LODGE  rt^* No. 38.1.0.0. F.  Metrts every   Tuesday   Kveuiun at 8 (�� in the  I. <i. O. F. Hall.    A  cordial iuvi tatioo is ex  tended to all sojourning brelliern.  <    STOKER U. A. WACDONALD  "   N. G. v- <"*���  A. JAYNES, Kec. Sec.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  issued Gvcrv ��rtd_v  Bonndaiy Crcclt Printing and Publishing  Co.. I-iIMITED.  J. M. MILLAR  Mamagsh  STTRS'.'RIPTIONS IN ADVANCE  Pkk Vra.k      '  * ����  "?tt Mnvrn��     1JS  To  FnBRICN COUNTKIKS..       . 1 SO  <yKMON{<  FRIPAY. NOVEMBER 2o W08  brought plainly before us.  We believe that the right' will  yet prevail and that the subtle  sophistries which have worked  our present defeat "will go down  before the Liberal forces properly arrayed.  We have fought a fair fight ;  we have run a clean campaign ;  and tbe Liberals have much to  congratulate themselves upon in  the hour of their defeat.  In time of peace prepare for  war ; a greater right is yet before  not be mere apologists'making a futile  effort to drift with effervescent public  opinion.  Why the Fight was Made.  The defeat of the McBride Government is absolutely necessary before  the Liberal Party can be successfully  rehabilitated in this Province. I arh  one those who believe that the people  are sound at the core and all you have  to do is to show them the true position  and then the McBride Government  cannot possibly continue. The deceiving of the people by cries like Bet-  Terms and the Oriental Question has  only been the means toward the end.  The goal of the ambition of the McBride Government is to permit a raid  upon the public assets of this Province  by a railway company.  The .purchase   of   the Nelson Daily  News by the hired mun of this Railway  Company, the superhuman and successful effort* made to defeat   the   Liber: 1  Candidates in the recent elections, the  successful attempt made  to  blindfold  the people of this Province so far as the  real issue is concerned   by   exploiting  two questions that appeal to their passions and prejudices and the successful  compromising of the   local  opposition  in the legislature so far   as   these two  questions were toncerned are all  parts  of a well-thought out plan *o   get   the  province ready   fur   a   raid   upon   itt.  natural   assets.     It   is   not   the   first  attemptof this character. The undoing  of the Midway and Vernon Railway in  whiih we are all more or less interested  began   when   those   who    afterwar s  secured   control   of   the   project were  a  Forks, has been sold to S. J.  ler, of Victoria.  Mil  George Gowland, of Kaslo, has  succeeded Jeffry Hammar in the  management ofjP. Burns arid Co's  meat market at Grand-Forks.  Edward Brown,a C.P.R. brakesman lost both his arms in the  Cranbrook yards.  ��� British Colutnbjahasthe greatest area of merchantable timber  iu the world.  Ryrie Bios., the big jewellery  firm of Toronto, have purchas�� d  through Springer Bros., of Vancouver, 170 acres in Hasting's  townsite at $1,000 an acre.  _ . i wild scheme to build railways all over  the    .Liberals not   the Province and blanket the Province  us, and the first essential to   success is a strong and   efficient or-   inveigled into making |t  portion of  ganization   of  only iu the Boundary and Yale-  Cariboo, but in every place and  part in British Columbia.  BANQUET TO  DUNCAN ROSS  ^  (Concluded from page one)  The splendid reception tendered  to Duncan Ross by his Liberal  friends on Monday night was a  tribute to that gentleman's personal popularity and a commendation of the honest and efficient  services rendered bv him to the  constituency of Yale-Cariboo.  No stronger testimony ot the  feelings of the Liberals of this  district could be given, and it is  a matter of deep gratification to  Mr. Ross to know that though  the people have been led to declare for another he still holds a  warm place in the hearts of his  Liberal friends.  The results of the poll shows  we were doomed to defeat in  Yale-Cariboo, and the same applies to the constituency of Kootenay.  Forces were at work over which  the   strongest   candidate    could  have but small control and many  reasons might be   given for  the  misfortune   which   has   befallen  the Liberal party iniYale-Cariboo.  .The campaign of   slander was  supplemented and   intensified by  matters which   had   no   rightful  place in the contest,   and   which  were not   issues in any just sense  of the term.  Consideration for the welfare of  western progress was thrown to  the winds, and able arguments  and proven facts were lost to the  view of the electorate in a whirl  wind of sentimental dust which  has already begun to d;sa >pear  _ '.fori the sober after-thoughts of  the people.  The completeness of the Conservative organization, and their  persistent and insidious campaign  of misrepresentation brought  about the polling of an unreasonable pro; est vote, and the Liberal  candidates have been compelled  to b<-ar the burden.  In the circumstances the defeat  of the L;beral party in B.C. w.> _  inevitable, and the urgent need of  more   efficient   organization     is  do far as I am concerned 1 have always  taken the position that it would be  better to proceed s'owly,in this province  than fill it with Orientals. I had many  opportunities of discussing the matter  with S:r Wilfrid Laurier and I never  could find anything in his record nor  his views that did violence to any  opinion which we held in regard to  Asiatic exclusion I justified the policy  of the Laurier Government, not as au  apologist for that policy, but because I  believed it was honest and because 1  believe my opponents were not sincere.  I am glad 1 did so. I am glad I was  not std'mpeded by the ��� unreasoning  voice of those who were ..misled , by  specious arguments. I feel better tonight going down to defeat in defence  of what wasjight than if I had secured  office by deceiving the people.  Better Terms-  And Better Terms is another Gold  Brick which the people grabbed eagerly. In four ye.trs I succeeded in convincing the Government that this district was of some importance as a portion of the great Dominion ; that it  was well worth the while for the Federal Government to expend money in  aiding its development^ Would you  ask me to destroy the good impression  created by giving a band of unscrupulous raiders who, armed with padded  figures, made an assault on the treasury of the Dominion. When will the  people learn to have more faith in the  resouices of the Province and less in  the blandishments of unscrupulous  politicians ? When will they learn that  B. C. can get justice at Ottawa when  her case is honestly presented.and that  the worst enemies of the true interests  of the Province are those who have  raised a cry which is not based upon  facts and which deceives no one but  the people of British -.oluuibia them;  themselves ?  Liberals Responsible.  As a friend and not as a critic, I want  to say that the undoing of the   Liberal  party party   in   this   Province   began  when the Liberals in the Local   House  joined Mr. McBride and supported his  policy on both the Better   Terms   and  the  Oriental   Question.    The   Liberal  Leader then gave Mr. McBride a certi;  fixate of character ne could   secure   in  no other way.    He gave to   those   two  questions a certificate   that   they were  legitimate and respectable, a   reputation they could not   possibly   secure   if  they were solely dependent upon   Hon.  Richard McBride. These two questions  are primarly responsible for the defeat  of the Liberal   Party   in   the  Federal  contest.    If   they   are    genuine    and  legitimate they will also wipe out   the  Liberal Party at the   next   Provincial  election. But they are not genuine and  are   not   legitimate    and   surely   our  friends iu the Local House  realize  by  this time if  they   are   going   to   save  themselves from total annihilation they  must get out of McBride's band wagon,  they must assume the proper functions  of an opposition, they must be a lighting force with rigl] too their side    believing thoroughly iu their cause   and  with railway grants. Th; secret agreement in which "Gold," "Silvei,"Copper," "Lead," "Zinc," represented  people high up in public life in this  province makes intensely interesting  reading and I may sometime have it  published, but that proposition is mild  compared with the one which the  McBride Government now has in view.  The raid is likely to be 'made during  the next sitting of the Legislature. It  ought to be the undoing of the McBiide  Government and it will be if the local  opposition stand shoulder to shoulder  in defence of the interests of the people.  Future of Greenwood.  Now sir.I have kept you long enough  but I thought on an occasion   like this  tre should discuss with each other   the  cause which contributed to our   defeat  and the necessity for decisive action if  we are to do our duty and do   what we  can in advancing the best interests of  this great Province.    I can assure that  although defeated I am not disheartened.    I was sore at the vote in   my  own  town of Greenwood, and   it   is   a most  difficult thing in the world for a Scotchman to either forgive or forget, but the  feeling I have tonight is more of sorrow  than of anger     Nearly   twelve   years  ago I came this  city   full of hope and  ambition and confidence in. the future  of tbe town  and  d'strict.    The   confidence increased with the development  of the mineral wealth of   the   district.  If our vhopes haven't   been   realised   I  say to you in all kindness arid   sincerity the fault lies chiefly with ourselves  and   not   with   our stars.    Instead of  manfully grappling with new   conditions an. they presented   themselves, we  haye allowed matters to drift until   today we aie in the position of being dependent upon   the   loving-,, kindnesses  and tender mercies of one   local   company for mere  existence.   Whether  I  live in Greenwood or outside of Greenwood I intend to be a  free  man.    The  future of this city is as sure as   it ever  was if We would only realize that petty  jealousies and personal spites are   not  the things that count, if we coald only  break the shackles of discord   and discontent which now bind  us  and insist  upon a fair and square deal for   every  one who is doing his share in working  out the destiny of this   great   district.  ���For myself my plans were  completely  changed by the unanticipated result of  Thursday last. I thought I would have  been allowed to continue to serve the peo  pie of Yale-Cariboo another five years  and that I would be given an opportunity to assist in working outa number of  transportation and other   problems in  which you and others in    all   parts of  the riding are interested    The   people  in their wisdom have willed   otherwise  and a man would be indeed   foolish to  quarrel with the sovereign will of  the  people.   But whether with you or away  from you I can never fomet your kind  ness, your enthusiastic support ; your  oft expressed confidence iu myself.     It  will always be an incentive in after-life  to stand for what is   right,   to  always  play the game fairly, to stand by one's  friends and to be always ready   to   do  battle against the enemy."  Only those -who suffer from  piles can know the agony, the  burning, throbbing, shooting,  ntabbiug jiainswhichthis ailment causes  and tue-way it wrecks the sufferer's life!  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Lighted   throughout   with electric lightsi  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-tf>date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  ��   ~r  '  *��� �����  ������w"^i--.�����  ���   ���������-���   ���    -1      |-|       -w-,    I   ,_,,,__   iii  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA LOFSTaD Proprietor  WCTWEATHmWOBH  HEALTHFUL  AND _^  IF VO\]T  Your  Will be attended to promptly  at this office     .    .    #    ,  This office is replete Wtb everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  Tfrork being done with neatness and despatch  * TI r nnrrilUIAAn ATI/ lUflTrnumni/n rm **  4*  Ulectric current'% supplied   for  Power, Lighting,, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  "�����___ ��� - -   \  ������.   ������-���, ���  s��  lUJa*  _____ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P  ���'��;';>:o:vr^;-)*?^^^Ss��1'rW:'';:-'';>::V. ���:��*  ;H?Ml$ili|  tfHEi BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  "S^_lSa5SB��  I    MINING   I  �� ��  _#��#^��t>o**��*a ����###�� _#o#��*9  The steamship.Victoria, which  sailed lately from Nome "took  $270,000 in gold builioh to Seattle  Guanajuato, Mex.y was recently  sold to the Catlin and Powell  Oorparatipa for ${jll0,000.  The first furnace of the Bala-  kilala smelter at Coram, Cal.,;was  blown in on _Oct. 20. The remaining furnaces will shortly be  placed in commission aad the es-  ' timated capacity of the smelteris  1,700 tons of ore daily. '  The force at the Balakalala  mine will be increased to 500 men.  /It is said that the output of the  smelter at Ely, Nevada; -will be  increased to 4,500,000 lbs. of copper per month.  It is estimated that the  output of the mammoth Copper  Co. in the Shasta County copper  belt, California, will approximate  30,000,000/ lbs.1 for 1908.  Austrian mines are provided  with underground rescue chambers made to hold 60 men and  used as retreats in cases  of dan-  _"erv '���������.������'���'  The recent drop, in the price of  silver to 49^c per fine ounce was  the lowest level since 1903,. and  was caused principally by, the  continued absence of India as a  buyer and.the selling of the metal by China. The increased production of .silver in'Canada and  Mexico is also responsible for the  continued /weakness ia price.  . The gold output of Madagascar  last year was approximately 62,788  fine oz. :    ���    .      '  The Blue Iiedge mine on the  Cal.-Oregonliue has again begun  operations.  ,The   Tajo   de   Dolores  mine,  HENRYS  BttlbSSeeds, Trees.  pums for Fall  CatF_?Su^ Planting  M. J;  HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  H. Gardner, of London, Eug���  a heavy shareholder in the Granby  Co. visited that company's mines  at Phoenix last week.  The examinations for assayers  for the province of B.C. will commence at Victoria on December  24th. . -��������� "' -     ,'  J. H. McDonald, of Rossland,  has sold to a Chicago syndicate  his "Chihuahua" group of claims  in the Metaline' district, Idah��.  for $60,000.  Big strikes of placer gold sire  reported from the Yukon and the  spring will.see another bi^ rush  of prospectors to the golden  north. �����������-'���'  Frederic Keffer. consulting engineer of the B.C. Copper company, with a staff of assistants,  was engaged for ten days this  month making a complete examination of the Rawhide .and  Br ookl yn- mines of the Dominion  Copper company. The examination has been most exhaustive  and samples for assaying have  been taken 'from" every lead in  each of the properties. Previous  to commencing the work here,  the Sunset mine, in'Deadwood  camp, and the Mountain Rose in  Summit camp, were thoroughly  examined, so that in 'including  his investigation at the Rawhide  and Brooklyn Mr. Keffer was able  to compile a detailed report ,on  the Dominion company's mines.  .''���Mr4 Keffer was not disposed  to give any information regaid  ing the inspection of the properties, though it is said he was acting for large shareholders of the  Dominion Company. The probability of the B.C.Copper.company  securing a lease of the Dominion  properties is a matter of much  local comment.���Phoenix Pioneer  Range  REDUCES   THOSE  BAKING   HOURS)  Why have an'oven  sufficient only for three  pies when "Sask-alta"  Range oven will take  four pies and other  cooking? The more  baking space you have  ���the less fuel you use���the less work you do.  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of expense hi the kitchen.    "Sask-alta"  Range saves both for you.  **KJ-__JSB_E5__IE^._-'pJ_s_s  ���gives stivngth for any  sustained eii'ort of body  or mind. It is tlie concentrated nourishment  of beoi available for  immediate use.  R A. r L W A Y  London, Toronto, Montreal Winnipeg, Vancouver, St John, Hamilton, Calgary  :For Sale By  THE   HUNTER-KBNDRICK   CO,,   LTD.  f  Th�� 1^un^r��9P:  1 GENERAL NOTES 1  The investigatien of charges  against tne Department of Marine  and Fisheries by Mr. Justice Cas-  sels has been resumed.  taamsm  The Ontario W.C.T.U. has demanded ths franchise for women.  Sir Hugh Graham,of Montreal,  is the first Canadian newspaper  man to recive a "title from the  King.  Heavy earthquake shocks eccKir-  red in Death Valley,  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  NOTIOE.  ���       ������ <-  All Persons in British Columbia  having claims against the Okanagan  Construction Company, re Midway  and Vernon Railway, are requested  to send the-same duly verified under  oath to the undersigned:  No liability is assumed by the insertion of this notification:  B The British American Trust  Co., Ltd., Grand Forks, B.C.  Sales Agent Wanted.  $36 pefWeek or 400 per cent.  Profit.  All samples, stationery, and  art catalogue free. We want  one permanent agent in this  locality for the largest picture and'frame house in Amr  erica.. Experience unnecessary. We instruct you. hew-  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., Chicago,  ���111.  Ill 10  81  Tickets on Sale Nov. 'l5, 16,  17. Goinp- transit limit  eight days from date of is*  sue: Final return limit  November 30th.  Validation  fee   of   Fifty    .  Cents payable on these tick- ;  ets at Vancouver.  For full particulars, apply  to any agent of the Company, or to  ���  B.   fif.   RBDPATH     AGENT  GREENWOOD  J. E Proctor, D.P.A.,-Calgary' '  >������  ��������  J  The Eu-peror of Okina is dead.  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek-  Mining District.  ^[The Times has? the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, La  the Boundary.  f The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  Daa McGillicaddy, the veteran  editor, of the Calgary News, wai  fined $100 for an attack ��n Beb  Edwards' "Eve-Opener," each  party to pay their own costs. The  jury added a rider suggesting that  tbe Eye-Opener- be suppressed.  J. H. Agnew, provincial treasurer of Manitoba, is dead. It has  been suggested that T. Mayne  Daly be appointed to the position.  Chancellor Von Buelow has  given an explanation from the  Emperor to the German Reichstag and he will continue in his  office.,  William Marconi, of wireless  telegraph fame, is to be awarded  the Nobel prize in physics.  TChe parents of a great many  Seattle children have refused to  allow them to be vaccinated.  France   is   introducing simplified phonetic spelling.  Victorien Sardou, the distin  guished French author and dramatist is dead.   /  Australia   again   has  a labor  government.  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  B6TlMAT-SFUIttUSiIED.fi  .   :   B. C,  PH8HE 65.  o  We will, send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal^  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910,  Application for Liquor License.  T_ke Notice that I, S. T. Iiarsen, 'of Rock  Creek, Intend applying to. tlie Superintendent  of'Police, at tbe expiration of one month front  the date hereof, for a renewal, of my Hotel Li-  ense for the premlses'known as The Riverside  Hotel, at Rock Creek, B.C.,  Dated this day, October 29th, 1908.  SAMUEI. T. I/AR9EN, Rock Creek,  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE   NOTICE that  I,   _. E. Salter.' 61  Midway,B.C., intend applying to the Super;;  intendent of Provincial Police, at the expirat-'.  ton of one month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license -for the premises  known as'the Hotel Spokane,sitaate at Midway  B.C.-  Dated at Midway B.C., the 23rd  day of Oct  ober, I9o8. Signed, L. E. SALTER  Snynopsis ol Gaaadian Noitb-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  A NY ,'cyen-numbered section of Dominion  "��- Lauds in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting 8and 26. not reserved, mav  be homesteaderi of any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years of  age. to the extent of one-quarter, section if ISO  acres, more or less.  Application for entry must be made in person  by"the applicant at-Dominion-Land Agencv  or Sub-agency for the district tn which ths land  Is situate. Entry by proxy may, howsver.be  made at any Airency oir certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an Intending homesteader.  Duties���1. At, least six montl's' residence  upon aad cultivation of the land in each year  for thre^ years. '  2. A homesteader may, if he so desires, per  form the required residence duties by living- on  farming land owned solely by him, not less  than eighty iSO) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of bis horrestead. He may also do so by'living  with father or mother, on certain condition  joint ownership in land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intending to perforr- his  residence duties in accordance with the 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.���Unauthorized publication of   this ad  vertisement will not be vaid for.  Renewal of Hotel.Licence  Take notice that I Sivsrt Dhal,of Midway,intend applying to the Superintendent of Provin  clal Police, at the expiration of one month from  date hereof, for a renewal of my Hotel Licence  for the premises known as the Central Hotel at  Midway.  Dated this 29th Oct. 1903.  Signed, SIVERT DHA_.'  Renewal of Hotel Licence  Take notice that I,Evan O. Lewis.of Boundary-  Falls, B. C, intend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the -expiration, of  one month from date hereof, for a renewal of  my Hotel Licence for the premises known as the  Smelter Hotal at Boundary Falls B. C  Dated this 29th Oct. 1908,  "        Signed, E. O.Lewis  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  NOTICE  UNDER and by virtue of tbe powers contained in a certain Indenture of Mortgage which  will be produced at tbe time of sale there will  be offered for sale by public auction by tho undersigned at the Court House in the otv of  Greenwood on Monday the lMh day of November, lo0>* at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon the following property, namely: ���  Lot three (3) and four  (4) in block Fifty-nine  (59) according to Registered Plan  seventy t"0J.  Citv of Greenwood.  Dated this 26th dav of October, 1908.  /AMESS. BIRNIE.  ��  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To W. C. Thomas and J. A. T'evlin or to  whomsoever they have transferred their inter-  e-ts iu the Monte Carlo, Eugene. Dllman and  Number Seven mineral claims -ituated ��n the  West Fork of Kettle River, Greenwood Mining Divlson of Yale Dlst. B. C.  You are hereby notified that wc the undersigned have expended the sum *of four hundred  dollars on the above claims together with recording fees, such being required to hold the  said claims fur the year ending Augustl2th,  190S, under the provision of the Mineral Act  and Amending Acts ; and Hot the expiration  of ninety days from the date.of the first publi  cation of this notice in tbe Boundary Creek  Times you fail or refuse to contribute your por  tion of such expenditure, namely S200, together  with all costs of advertising, your interests in  the said mineral claims shall become vested in  us (your co-owners) upon filing in the proper-  ofrice in that behalf the affidavit required by  Section 4 of the Mineral Act Amendmeut Act  1900-  Dated thisSth day of October, 19(13.  C. H. FAIR.  T. J.BENNINGER.  VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT.  1908.  WARNING   TO   PURCHASERS  EVERY assignment of the rirhtof a South  African Volunteer entitled to a land  grant must be by way of appointment of a sub  stitute and must be in the form provided by the  Act.  Special attention is colled to Sub-siction 3 of.  Section 5 of the Volunteer Bounty Act. 1908,  which provides that no assignment of the right'  of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized by the  Department of the Interior which is not executed ANn DATED AFTER THE DATE OF THE  WARRANT VnH TKB I.AN�� GRANT issued   by the  Minister of Militia aai Defence in favor nf the  Volunteer.  J.W. SREENWAY,  Commissioner of Dominion  Lands, Ottawa.  28th September, 1908. '  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  " CLATAWA NO. 2 " Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Vale  District. Where located: On Wallace Moan  tain.  AKE NOTICE that I, Edward H. Mortimer  Free Miner's certiScate No. B14422, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Ninth dav or Seotembor A.D. 1908.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER.  Buy your dry goods, boots and  shoes and Millinery from Barclay  and Co., 33>'i per cent off everything in the store. Absolutely  nothing reserved.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public  Uuilding.Vernon, B.C," will be received at  this ofticeuulll 4.30 P.M., on Friday, November  20th 190H, for the construction of a Public Build  ing at Vernon.  Plans and specific Uio'i can be seen and forms  of tender obtained at this Department, and oa  application to Hie Postmaster at Vernon.  i'ersons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the printed form supplied, and signed with their actual  signatures.  Each tender must be accompanied by an'ac-  ce|>tedclu'<iueonachartered bank,made payable to the order of the Honorable the Minister of  Public Works, equal lo ten per cent (10 p.c. ot  the amount r. I the tender, which will be forfeited if the person teiidcringdecline toenter into  a contract wbett.called upon to do so, or If he  fails to complete tho work contracted for. If  tucteuder benot accepted the cheque will be  rem rued.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  Bv order,  NAP. TESSIER.  Secretary.  Department of public works.  Ottawa, October 20. 1W8.  Newspapers will not be paid for this ndvi-rti  sement if tliey insert it without authority   from  the Department. .  ae_  Subscribe for The Times  Ors:an for sale, good as new,  $45. Must be sold, want tbe floor  loom.    A. L,White phone 16.  ^      1*91  ' ->y^-  :'���"������"���!$��  ' '' ^:-?v$f  ���'..'i'l'.'-SSi'-S1  '������ y&Mi  . :;..'������.���ii^H  ��� yy$i  mm  mm**  t \   .:������-.;;;v>^s'l  ��� ���'yfy^-^M  'y.''"^''-$$$$M  '���'. JMM  :'*~y^%$m  y$Mm  y&<mi  -ifj  m  ���y>y$M  ���������' '';.t!ss  y-M  '.y&$m  :'<V7_,'| '������/���i':'to��:.';��� ���'������'���^��?'f ',������-''' ������.''���   ���'^-:'*^-.'if^-*'���'<"!'  ffplpi^fAfig^^  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  i  ii!  i>  ii!  Ii!  )'.!  ;,:  .   : .'..^ . fe>^s *i��:f?"    pjf;'      i Nl��, -^  ^ >:l?E-^_LiSa-^fefcw  \i?:v.^i;^im ������/���?������ # $s^til  'a1?-?.1.!: _ .  ��_3_l ��*_& .*��M9 :1*_S_-i_i iff  *���--  The House for Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*    J��  I/*  We carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE    BROADWAY  BRAND     JC       3_T  At prices to suit everybody  ii!  i;!  %  il  %  ���h  _��__&_2_J_23_3__-I  Ll; iir'.. _._i_-ti---'-#*S-v  __1  I  mmmmrna  C-'Tj  K.-��A_��.n-._*-_����_--_��/- umj  enuine  s  1  1  f'P7'l  Don't be fooled by Spurious  Imitations.  IMPORTERS GF.EENWCOD  a.  <!S^SSFISSXEa&X3eaSSS!aSSa^SSS!BSIS3Ett  Lf<0  i ������VA:-J    />/*  ���i'wSv"  X  $ fei:^;." ������������% t ^-���^^^M��i%��  l��___^?ji.-"^::ie__^  I Dejf   and  Hardware Sale j  1 One-97 Piece new Dinner Set w:is $15.00 now $11. I  90. I  One-97 Piece new Dinner Set was $13.25 now $10.  85.  100 per .cent discount on full line of Glasswar  See our  line of heaters,  . u white"-.  Furniture and Stove Man.        -        Phone 16.  ms__k____��_ __K'.i____-_�� ��_-�� euA-'-J-ussD e______a___ <  , ,A,~V��'_-/  1 ThePal  ? lie ftel  ;> I IffiiS Iii  UK  ( 1811*1  <  r���___rit_j  i DRAYING���-We Can Move Anything  | P. C.  BUCKLESS  \ PROPRIETOR   J Purely Personal  ^-__-_--_--_--fc_-_w.���. --���~4  Robert Wood, is in the city.  P. W. George, was in Greenwood yesterday.  J. D. SwordJeft for Seattle on  yesterday's train.  W. A. Keith, merchant,- of  Beaverdell, is in the city.  Constable Aston, of Midway,  was -in town pn Monday. *  Danny Deane, of Phoenix, came  down the hill on Thursday.  Born���At Greenwood, on the  15th iust.,.to Mr. and Mrs. S. P.  Dixon, a daughter.  John Ptckthaw and J. Tait, of  Phoenix, were in town at the end  of last week.  Sam McConnell, of the Palace  -Livery, is laid up with a badly  sprained wrist.  W.W. Craig, merchant,of Boun  dary   Palls,   returned last week  from a business trip to the Yakima valley.  Born���In Phoenix, on Friday  last to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mac-  douald, a daughter.  Duncan Ross left on Tuesday  for Ottawa and other eastern  points  A. D. Hallett and J. Saunders  went to Spokane yesterday morning-  E. R. Redpath left for Ontario  yesterday to visit his mother who  was taken suddenly ill.  J. Peck MacSwain, citizen of  the world and late of Fernie, is  in the city. }-  Born���At Anaconda, ou 14th  inst, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred-J.  Lynn, a son.  J. W. Collis, of Vancouver  agent for the Musson Machinery  Co., of Montreal, was in camp on  luesdsy. ���  Born���At Midway, on I3lh inst,  to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lattz, a  daughter.  Doc Scully, of the Mother Lode  stage, has returned from a trip  to Silverton.  District Superintendent Hodges  of the B.C. Telephone Co., was  in Greenwood Wednesday.  Lieut-Col. Glossop, of the Kettle River Fruit Lands Co., was in  the city this week.  Mrs. James Dimrnick has been  taken to Spokane for treatment.  Wm. Beach, an old-time Boundary prospector, and now a resident at Christina Lake is stopping at the Windsor.  J. R. Naden, MIA., who has  been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. H.  Mortimer, left on Monday by the  Spokane flyer for Prince Rupert.  J. G. Mallandaine and J. G,  Hamilton, of the C.P.R. Land's  department, were in Greenwood  this week.  Miss J. E. Goddard, and   Mrs  G. A.   Rendell,   Eholt,   left   on  Monday on a visit   to   Kamloops  and Vancouver.  D. A. Macdonald has resigned  his position as Preventive Officer  in the Greenwood Custom's office,  and is taking'up the insurance and  brokerage business.  Born���At Midway, on the 19th  inst., to Dr. and Mrs. Tamblyn,  a daughter  Miss Wilson entertained at  cards Wednesday afternoon.  Mrs. C. Al, Shaw entertained  yesterday evening in'honor of  Mrs. Elkins, who is leaving for  the Coast.  News ot the death of ex-Chief  of the Winnipeg police force, D.  B. Murray, was received on Tuesday, and much sympathy is given  to Mrs. and Miss Murray, who  reside in Greenwood.  ^  ^  A Creditable Special  The special number of the  Slocan Mining Review is a very  creditable production, replete  with valuable information and  interesting photographs, and is a  credit to the enterprise of the industrious editor and the Silvery  Slocan.  Not the least interesting feat-  are is the photo.of our old friend,  the late John P. Allen, with his  graphic obituary from the pen of  "Bruce" of the Saturday Sunset.  ,.    TOWN lOTICo   ���  Special clearance sales are being held in the city stores.  W. Nicholson-has moved his  cigar and tobacco store to Phjoenix  The 'usual Friday night fiance  will be held in the Eagles' Hall  this evening.  The Greenwood cricket club  held a successful smoker last  Friday evening?  The Presbyteriau Su iday-school  will hold their annual entertainment on the 22ud December.  Ask your neighbors what they  think of Barclay and Co's big sale  ���at conies to ail end Saturday.  The case of Dimrnick vs. B. C.  Copper Co., in which the plaintiff  asks for $19,000 damages will be  heard at Nelson during the first  week in December!!  A feature of our new China  stock is the many sensible and  useful articles for everyday use.  McRae Bros.  i  The C.P.R. are gjving low round  trip   rates   to   Eastern   Canada.  Tickets on sale   December 1st till  the 3Lsfc,    Advertisement arrived  to late for this week's issue  la the case of Ernest A. Shute  charged with assaulting an officer  in the discharge of his duty, bail  was granted by Judge Brown, in  $500 ou defendant's own recognizance and two surieties of $250  each,  The Thomas Drug -and Music  Co. are installed in their new  quarters in the Mellor Bloqk ou  Copper street. They have one of  the very finesfstores iu the Interior, and carry a' full line of optical goods, drugs, and druggist's  sundries.  Buy your fall and winter good's  from Barclay and Co, one-third  off everything in,the stire, nothing reserved. Big sale ends  Saturday.  The Ladies' Aid of the Me'tho"  dist Church intend having a sale  of work Friday, December 11th,  on Copper street. There will be  aprons of all kinds, fancy handkerchiefs, dressed dolls,and many  articles suitable for Xmas gifts  for sale.  The student's recitel given by  Mrs. Murray's class in the Auditorium on Monday evening was  much appreciated by all those  who had the pleasure of being  present. It was the first enter-  tertainment of the kind to beheld  in Greenwood and after the solo.  "Annie Laurie," Mrs. Murray  was presented with a beautiful  boquet by the members of her class  Twenty-three . different local  view postcards���6 for 25c at McRae Bros.  COME to the bazaar given by  the Ladies of St. Jude's Guild in  the Auditoriorn. next Wednesday,  November 25th, from 2 until 10  o'clock. Come and buy your Xmas  presents���all kinds of fancy work,  dolls and doll's clothes, jam and  pickles, home-made candy, fishpond and shooting gallery. High  tea fiom 5.30 until 7 p.m. In the  evening th(r_ will be music by tha  Greenwood orchestra, and dumbbell exercises, singlt-sticks, boxing match and gymnastic pyramids by the Boy's Brigade.  The big sale at Barclay & Co.  comes to-an end Saturday, until  then you can buy your fall and  winter goods at a discount of  33j<3 per cent.  The Dominion . Copper Co ,  acting under the receiver has liquidated the accounts for the  month of <J< tober, approximately  $3,000. It is generally understood rVufct the August ;pay-roll  will be taken .up shortly.  Lis' week tbe. Greenwood Liq-  uour Co. received a shipment of j  goods armmgst which was _ carload of Pahst Beer, and a car of  Gooderham ?Tid Worts. Oa Monday thev unloaded a car of Corby's  Extra Special which had come  west with Corby's - special train  travelling only iu daylight and  escorted by four special police and  two excise officers.  Fancy goods, dolls,toys. china-  ware, etc., arriving daily at McRae Bros.  msmmmmmmswemMmamawinni  On the West Fork,  Chief R, A. Henderson.'of the  survey-party has just finished  his cruise on the North Fork of  Wilkinson- Creek and is well  pleased with tho pass to Penticton  bv that route.  The French colony have commenced clearing land aud building houses in anticipation of several more arrivals in the near fu-  tnre.  Carmi property has commenced  to attract attention, several lots  having been sold during the past  week.  Several land-seekers have been  in'the vicinity-lately looking for  pre-emptions.  W. H. Rambo is continuing  work on the Rambler tunnel and  is now in about 200 feet.  City  Council  The council met Monday evening, all members being present except Alderman Wilson-.  A letter was read from the fire  department asking for a "dozen  pairs of rubber boots. Referred to  the lire eoinrnibtee. ���     -  The street committee reported  having made a cement crossing on  Deadwood street.     .      .,    '  The water committee repotted  Gold street extension complete,  and recommended that S. P. Djxop  be paid $300 upon account of the  Providence creek reservoir.  The light committee recommended,that a light be placed upon  Louisa street bridge.  The city clerk was instructed to  write the Fcavenger re complaints  about him neglecting his duties.  The following accounts were ordered to be paid : '  Lights  $137 05  Smith.-; McEwen     12 70  Phoenix Laundry      3 80  Kinney & McDonald.     10 80  White Bros .-         50  Hunter-Kendriek Co     -   25  D. 0. McKay     33 62  McRae Bros /      2 00  Ru.6sell-La\v-Caulrield Co      1 00  E. W. Bishop..;  103 40  Canadian Electric Co    40 32  Council adjourned until Nov. 30.  You will have to hurry to take  advantage of Barclay and Go's  nig 33^4 per cent, discount sale,  it comes to an end Saturday.  PATRONIZE   HOME  INDUSTRY, AND  SMOKE THE  CIGAR  HAVANA    FILLED.  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Holt, Manager.  CAMPBELL'S   CLOTHINQ  Moore's  f*V        _��* *s m  the    Windsor   Hotel.  M        0^ yvHfc   The   business of  providing  \m0^��mJl C"^   things good  tp   eat  is  our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,  AND now'let's make up  your'Winter over-;  coat.  Make it as you,want it maJe���single breast,  double breast or ulster,���long or short,���with  all your personal peculiarities of build taken, into consideration.  Make it with all the care as to workmanship,  materialand finish which tlie'   / ������  Campbell V Clothing  people always bring to  their work   and at.a,  saving of. a third the cost of your regular cus-  torn talor. , .-..-"  -, We've beautiful cloth patterns to chose -from  and the Quality, Fit and Finish are guaranteed  to suit you in every particular.. ..'  The HunteF-KendricK Co.,ttd  ^  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  s to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  Jenks Bros.      -    GreenwobK  '���������"������'���'" '-.   ��� *  We have a few  4��  cl^ap'-Lots'/fbr  Sale, close in,  50  Will Secure one  i  | Bealey Investment & Trust 'Co.;- Ltd. *  *K OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE). A  ^  .a ��� ���'������.-.. -!  #'  Tresb and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry.  ��  ��� ���-.  *  *  *  O  0  0  ��  :  ����������������������������������������������������������000��0��*0����#O*W-U*0��00��0��00,������)l,��0j  m  Will be attended to promptly  at this office   .    .    /  # #  This office is replete ypitb everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  or k teirg dcre with neatness and despatch  9S&*&&&&&S>&$&&5>&M&^.~J^Jr-?Z��5&&��S&S3&^5&^ ;-$S_��SS��S3��  Get  Wise  AND  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE "PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  h  i  i  w  ft  &  Bottled .and Draught Beer. ��� Phone 138, Greenwood  } \  I Phoenix Brewery Co.. Jffitt,^ I  ^^^a^=^^��gs��ja��^-f-; u^s^sn^^s^s^:^: ^z4^^sH^^��^s^^^^

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