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 VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY,    MARCH 5,   19U9.  No. 26  /P  Wash  Spring & Summer  We have put into stock the largest   range   of   Wash  Dress Goods ever shown iii the Boundary District.    All  the best and most beautiful materials are shown in   great  variety and at reasonable prices-        .    '.  BARCLAY <& CO.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES���MILLINERY  ^=  J>  % .: fc  ;Start the New Year Right*  By getting a  [REGIN^ WATCH \  They  are tie Best in the World,  I  A. LOGAN & CO.   .  %  . . k  J Have these Watches at.all prices, from $7 to $100, ��  3   v      /      They are" absolutely guaranteed. ��  ������������% - -: %  I      Call and See Them      i  ^ Special discount on all watch eases^during this month fe  *  ������ -������ ��� .������������. '���������      fc  *ft  r  I Do vou realize the great and  distinct advantage of Buying  your Shoes from us ?  It is not-the price which'makes our Men's Shoes  popular, but our Policy of always having the best  Shoes possible for the price.  Every Shoe we  carry is made specially for us,  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States-  We are receiving daily shipments~of all classes  of Men's foot wear.  The time is near at hand when you will be  looking for your Spring Shoes, Don't overlook the  fact that we can show you a larger range than all the  others put   together.  .  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood   I  (?'  ����  ^  ENGLISH  Otto of  Cold Cream  25    CENTS  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  The   Drug Store [of Quality,  "��������.>*��� ���AV->M\^wVr'��\^v  GENERAL MINING  Development work on the White  Bar copper properties, Rock  Creek, owned bj Messrs. Younkia  and Hamilton hare disclosed a  large body of ore with values  chiefly in native copper.  All placer mining olaims in  the Nelson and Arrow Lake mining divisions will be laid over  from Feb. 16th to June 1st.  The   Bluebell    on   Kootenay  Lake employs 60 men.  '   Efforts are being made to have  the Riverside group on the West  Fork taken up by New York capi  talisis.  Sixty men will be employed  this summer in working the black  sand deposits at Rose Spit,Queen  Charlotte Islands.  It is reported that the White  Bear Mining Co. will shortly resume operations.  Snow blockades and slides are  seriously hampering mining operations in Utah, Colorado and  California.  A factory at Berlin, Ont, manufactures grindstones from Portland cemant and silicon sand. It  is claimed that the stone remains  true about ten times as long as  the common'grindstone.  The principal change the legislature has made in the Mining  Act is ah increase in the fee  charged for the issuance of. a  cfpwn grant from $&<te $10. .���; - ���-,.  Hereafter the application musf  be made to the chief commissioner  Cobalt   ore   shipments to Feb.  27 totalled 4,443 tons.  It is rumored that a ten million  dollar syndicate is endeavoring to  secure control of all the mines in  Orient camp.  The gold-bearing section of  Sheep Creek is estimated to be  five miles in width and 30 miles  in length.  Development on the Queen has  reached a depth of 700 feet.  Development work on the Metropolitan and Kingston at Hedley is giving most encouraging  results.  The New Republic mine is shipping $100 ore to the Granby smelter.  The Rambler-Cariboo has followed its high-grade ore bodies  to the 1,050 ft. level.  The Blue Bell on Kootenay  Lake is shipping 600 tons per  month of lead concentrates.  Ihe Journal of Commerce estimates the stocks of refined copper  in Europe at 225,000,000 lbs.,  which, with the 144,000,000 lbs.  in this country, makes a total of  369,000,000 lbs. of marketable or  refined copper. The same paper  estimates stocks at smelters at  368,000,000 lbs. making a total of  677,000,800 lbs.  The Copper King Mining company at Chewelah, Wash., is running a 925-foot tunnel so ss to  strike the ledge, at a depth of 200  feet below the lowest level. The  tunnel is now in 520 feet. The  tunnel passes through the Amazes claim, owned by the Oppen-  heitner brothers.    Las* Saturday  a ledge seven feet wide of copper  ore was struck. Front its appearance it seems to be rich.  Au extensive find of quick-silver is reported from PrinctfAHbert,  Sask.  The discovery was made 100  miles down the river and six  claims have been recorded at the  land office.  Montana produced during February gold bullion to ��� the value  of $141,120. '    ���  The   Silver   King) on    Toad  mountain has resumed operations  The ore shipments from the  Rossland camp for last week were:  Center Star, 3410 tons; Le Roi,  875 tons; Josie, 525, tons, making  a total of 4810 tons. ��� The year's  shipments amount to 31,113 tons,  to which the Center Star has contributed 20715 tons, Le Roi 5748  tons. Josie 4605 tons and I X L 8  tons.  METALS.  NEWMAN CAPTURED,  Going to j.ress we learn that  Constable Bunbury has captured  Cleve Newman, the escaped  Bridesville bandit, at Portland,  Oe.  Rebekah's Ball  The annual ball given by the  local lodge of The Daughters of  Rebekah last Friday night was a  big success and everybody had a  good time.  The music was good and the  hall was tastefully decorated with  evergreens and the Kebekah colors, green and pink. Some sixty  couples pa^jcipated in the program whiclisjj^ts under the direction of W. B. Fleming.  New York, March 3���Silver,  S0J4; Electrolytic copper, 12J^ to  12#i quiet.  London, March 3���^Silver 2V/&,  lead, ;��13. 7s. 6d.  March3~Closwg^otations on,ea the most "ispectable kind ot a  Lost   Her  Grip,  On Wednesday evening Mrs  Towns drove in from the Jewel  mine with Mr. Palmer and left  her suit-case at the front door of  a friend's house on Kimberley  avenue about six p,m. while she  went up town.  Returning in about twenty minutes she found that the grip had  been stolen and no trace of it h?s  as yet been found.  Among the contents was $70 in  cash, and a check for $200 on the  locafbranch of the B.N. A..  It is a most regrettable occurrence, and it shows the need of  carefulness with valuables in ev-  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange: f  \   Bid   Asked  B. C, Copper ,......... 7.25       7.75  Granby  :..   ��o.00 10.500  Dominion Copper.....-(?. 6 #    .l2j��  Copper Quotations.  B.C. Copper....~ ^di^tg V  ��60  Granby:      90.00   %.0ft  Dominion Copper ..06#   .18^  President Taft  Yesterday, March 4tb, was inauguration day in the United  States when William Howard  Taft, of Ohio, was installed in  office as President of the Republic, whose administration it will  be his dutv to lead wisely and  well for the next four years.  Mr. Taf t's cabinet as completed  is as follows:  Secretary of state, Philander  C. Knox, of Pennsylvania; secretary of the treasury, Franklyu  MacVeagh, of Illinois; secretary  ot war, Jacob M. Dickinson, of  Tennessee; attorney.general, Geo  W. Wickermau. of New York;  postmaster-general, Frank H.  Hitchcock, of Massachusetts;  secretary of the navy, Geo. Von  L Meyer, of Massachusetts; secretary of the interior. Richard A  Ballinger, of Washington; secretary of agriculture, James Wilson, of Iowa; secretary of commerce and labor, Charles Wagel,  of Missouri.  locality in an orderly city.  Hudson Bay Railway. Survey  The greater portion of the surveys of the Hudson Bay railway  has been completed. On February  1st, 365 out ot the total of 465  miles hadf been finished, and  while no despatches have reached  the head office since, it is felt  that another two weeks will practically finish the work.  Conservation of Resources,  The report ot the international  conference at Washington for the  conservation of the natural resources of North America recommends a world's conference on  conservation, the adoption of the  principle that timber, water,  lands, minerals, power, fuel, and  other natural resources, necessary  to the public welfare, should be  regarded as public utilities and  protected from monopoly and  waste; that extensive forest reservations should be created under  the control of trained forestry  officers, that the taxation of standing timber should be regulated  so as to encourage reforestation,  and that irrigation works should  be under the government rather  than private control.  Will Make it Fashionable.  The  London  women   who are  going to prison in their efforts to unrestricted morphine traffic con  stituted a grave danger, and that  Resolution Against   Opium  Traffic  The International opium committee has virtually completed its  work at Shanghai by tbe adoption  of nine resolutions suggesting  means of fighting the opium  traffic.  The commission declared   that  CITY COUNCIL,  Killed in the Granby.  Patrick   Killen   died   at    the  Phoenix   hospital   oh    Tuesday       A**i. , .���        c A.  r ^       At the regular   meeting of tbe  night as the result of an accident  r.-*   n        m       ��r    j  , c  l City Council on Monday  evening  in the Granby mines on Mondavi    n*i_ . .    ...  J u;yviall the members were present with  Killen was on the bench  bamnsr *i. *.-       , ��.i       ;     T ���_  8  the exception of Alderman John  down rock to set up a machine  when a large piece of ore fell. In  trying to escape he missed his  footing and fell off the bench to  a depth of 30 feet and rolled on  down a raise into a chute. He  was unconscious and when taken  to the hospital it was found he  was seriously injured internally.  He was 32 yeass of age and was  well known in the Boundary, having been working here for some  years. The Miner's Union, of  which the deceased was a member,  had charge of the funeral arrangements.  Ralph Smith Chairman  Ralph Smith will probably be  appointed chairman of tbe new  standing committee of the Commons on Mines and Minerals,  thus giving British Columbia the  chairmanship of what promises  to be one of the most important  committees of the House. In the  last parliament the province had  no committee chairmanship.  Timber Land Sale,  Twenty thousand acres of .timber lands have just been purchased trom a syndicate of Vancouver  capitalists by J. M. Miller, manager in British Columbia for F.  R. Pendleton, H. R. Gilkie & Co.  and the American Timber Co.,  comprising Minneapolis and Wisconsin capitalists, who have extensive and valuable holdings in  Washington?- The acreage taken  over is situated 200 miles north  of Vancouver, and makes the second large tract in British Columbia which has passed into the  possession of Messrs. Pendleton  and Gilkie.  Spokane Freight Rates.  Spokane has won its contentions before the interstate commerce commission and will get a  tariff reduction on certain commodities to terminal rates, and a  flat reduction of \6fi per cent on  all class rates, which will enable  Spokane jobbers to compete with  the wholesalers of the American  coast cities.  son.  Communications.  From Dr. Oppenheimer accepting the position of Medical  Health Officer.  From the Miner's Union stating that they are satisfied with  the present time and do not wish  for any change.  From city clerks of Nelson and  Grand Forks information re chimney fires.  From F. W. McLaine releasing  part of recreation grourds owned  by C.P.R.,and fr-m F. B Holmes  removal of burnt buildings in  Block 12 Copper street. Mr.  Holmes' letter was received and  filed and the matter left with  Aldermen Gulley and Dixou to be  dealt with.  Letters from Dr. Oppenheimer,  Miner's Union, city clerks of  Nelson and Grand Forks ordered  filed.  Mr. McLaine's letter was received and filed and the c<e.k was  instructed to write iu forming him  that the council had nothing to  do with building the fence and  have no responsibility ia the matter.  The fire and light committee  reported having accepted the  hook and ladder truck and reotn-  mended that it be housed in the  premises kaowd as the B C. hotel.  Cemetery and pound committee  reported that Mr. Sturbridge had  secured a release in the case of  the city farm and that be would  rent it for the balance of the^ear.  The clerk was instructed to inform  him ihat he may have the ranch  at the monthly rental of $7 for  nine months commencing March  1st, rent payable in advance, and  ask him to call at Mr. McLeod's  office to sign agreement; and that  the clerk write Mr. Graham forbidding him to remove any in >re  manure trom the city farm.  The  followiag  ace mats   were  paid:  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co....      .6)  The Ledge 5.0)  J. W Nelson    16 10  Nf. Craigie  171.35  S G. Stooke  22 94  Kinnev & MacD.naU  300.01  ���    March V 1)9  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table plrrs Ihe ore fhSpmci.is of Bm-rrtary m'nec for l��CO, 1901. 190J. 1��T��.  1904, 1905, lW, 1907.190X ?�� reported to tbe Greenwood Times���  Put  MM*. 1901        1902        1903 1904 |105        1906 1W7 1908        l'X��    Wwk  Granby  Mines.... 231.762   3Q9.RS8   39V7M   549,700   6S3JM9   80I.4O4   6'3.537 1.02S.747  H6.689 23.W.9  Snowiboe     1,741     20,800     71.212           8.426   1350CI        50,756 30,320    2.0SO  B.C. Copper Co.... . _  Mothei Lode....      99,034   141,326    138,079   174,298    147.576   IOS.90C   308.231     294,635 T9,'.87    7,94.  B. C. Mine    19,494     47,405     14.BU     19.365        1.4M       1,'12       FJmroa  650      8,530     22.937    37.960      9.4*5     11.804     HU74  secure the franchise may promote  an unexpected movement for prison reform. The inherited stupidity with which incarcerated  criminals are treated tends to  make it impossible for them ever  again to become useful citizens.-  Globe.  Anaconda School Report  Number attending '. 25  Percentage of actual attendance 97  A.verage daily attendance 24 60  Pupils present every session���Marie  Anderson, Nellie Axatn, Beada. Boak,  Theo J. Boak, Mabel Cratgie, Angelo  Daignault, Maurice Daigcault, Carl  Goldsmith, Eva Goldsmith, Blsi�� Hart-  man n, Mary Iatilla, Salter Johnson,  Lew Foot Tow, Irene McKenzie, Robert Murray.  M. A. Salo, Teacher  Oro Denoro.   Napoleon...   Others    Dom. Copper Co  Brooklyn-Stem.  Idaho.   Rawhide   Snnwt   Mountain Roue.  AthUstaa   Morrtion   R. Bell..   StasUor.   Brej Fotfle.   No. 37   Reliance   Salphar Klnjr   Wlnnipec-.  15.537     16,400       3,007       3.177      14,481  ...".'.".'." ...'.!'...      .".'.'.".'." 20    '.          32J50     55,731    140.685  58,989    l,s98  11.W6   11,213 12.561  472  802  559 " .  7,45j     15.731  5,646  1!<0  3,070  3.2=0  1.759  4.581.  3.339  5M)  363  25.1��t  3.056  4.747  26,032  48.390  ���3J95        4.*m  2,960     12.2*3  64.173      11.971  31.270  11.258  3.450  222  364  33  1*33  3.451)  3<W  .    9  649  1,076       1/MO  "Startright" Shoes for children  ���Barclay & Co.  Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Botcher Boy....  Bnocau.   Prorldence   Elkboro   Slnthraore   Golden Eagle .  Preston   Prince Henry .  Skylark   Last Chaace ...  E.P. TJ. Mine..  Bay���   Ma��U_   Don Pedro   ���aascent   482  2.060  890  the morphine habit showed signs oouen crown  2.2��          as  , ,. , , ,,    King Solomon  875  of spreading, aud urged upon all ^ Biecopper.   governments the   importance   of j SVo?p��ta��� :;;:;;    ^  drastic   measures to control   the I Jewel....     ito      350  manufacture, sale and distribution  of morphine aud other noxious  derivatives of opium.  It was urged also that all countries should adopt measures to  prevent the shipment of opium or  its derivatives to any country  which prohibited entry.  786      2,435  33  150  586  79  145  30  1G6  219  993  400  726  325  Grand Forks hockey team won  from   Phoenix   last   night  bya'___^  ssore   of   7-2.    The final   n��*ch | RjJJ^-���-  will be at Phoenix Tuesday night  Mi��aemae��ouR....  Antiseptic Hand Cleaner has  got soap skinned a mile. We  guarantee the goods. 2nd Hand,  A. L. White.  80  "3,436  778  150  20  167  52  50  300  3tS  SI)  60  750  535  689  25S  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  30  Mi  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  58>  90  120  40  700  20  SB  60  224  30  45  Total, toon.    39tS8��   3��W76  690.<19i> 83M��   033^481,161.5371.148J37      Smeller  treatment���  ,^_    .��,.,..   ,~. .._  Granbr Co   . ���   230,828   212J40   40l,<>21   S��^62- ,*S7/WK   XBJTK   637,626 1,03.^44   128.519      B.C. Copper Co. U7,6U    UM��   162,913   219,48*    210330   123����   341,982     76.041       74.9?;  8.419  Data. Oop, Ob,.      132J7D 30  &���,��>   2UVK11   153��*��      25L3gO   T.tsJ reduced...   62^399   348,439   4tA��40   697.404 837.666   982,8771.172,4031,233,017           ff THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES  ..Bank of Montreal.  CP*  CP~  (PC  1  e  CP*'  CP"  CP*  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Rest .$12,000,000.  Capital, all paid op, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,618.56  Hon. President:   Lo��D Stratbcoma aud Mowi Koval, G. C M. G.  President:   Sue Oioioi A. DatJMMOKB.K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :   Sik E. S. CLorsTon. Bakt  Branches in LoBdoi, Bag. irVtiSU ��ew York, Chicago.  Boy  and sell Sterling- Kachange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, araTuble in any nartfof tne world.  SAYINGS HANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  WBSSLW  1  p*  ���^lJv^'^^'^MWI^Y-;WYTrff''^-"rTT"^  PROVINCIAL ITEMS  Porter Bros.'saw-mill   at Sidley has commenced operations.  st  I S3 6  THE BANK OF  ���909  British North America  73 Years In  Business.        Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Money  Orders  Small sums of money can be  transmitted safely ��� conveniently��� and at triiiinj; expense  ���by our. Hankers' Association  Money Orders.  Money Orders for $ 5.00 or under cost     3 cents.  "            " " 5.00  to $10.00    " 6      "  "            " " 10.00  to    30.00    " 10  "           " " 30.00 to    50.00    " 15  Greenwood Branch/x/H. F. STOW, Manager,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notahy Ptbuc.  Cable Address:       ���'Hallett.''-  Bedford M'N&lli's  I Bedford M'S&lli'e  Oodfs { Moreine * NeaVs  I Lelber's  Qsmmitw9O0. B. O'  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  *e.t8. L��. 0. F.  Meets evory  Tuesday KvaoHiz at 8flD Is tte  I. 9. O. t. Hail.    A cordial fevTtefkrateeT  tended to all Mjoarnlng brstftsss.  D. A. MACBONAXD A. LOGAN,  N. G. v. o.  R. J. SAUNDERS, Rec. See.  CD*  Boundary Creek Tines  lsatud ewv f ridav  Millas & Davidson. Lessees.  J. At. MILLAR -       Mamaobs  SUBSCRIPTIONS IK ADVANCE.  Pbb Ysaji ���..     ���   J ��  Six Mouths   1 JS  To Posaieit CocwTsiss. ... 2 90  FRIDAY. MARCH 6. 1909  The Conservative Toronto Telegram says that either Mr. Borden's despatch bore the meaninf  which was emphasized by the  interpolated words ot a forgery,  or it meant "'absolutely nothing."  iness themselves as they had done  in the telephone business.  Without a dissenting voice the  following- resolution of censure  on the McBride government was  passed bv one of the largest meetings ever held by Nanaimo Conservatives :  "Resolved, That in view of  the fact that the Provincial  Government has ignored the  Nanaimo Conservative Association, and only given it a halfhearted support, to the benefit  ot the Socialist party, and owing to the recent appointment  of Socialists on the Boards of  Police and License Commissioners for Nauaimo, we consider that the days of our usefulness have ceased, and thertfore  disband, and that this resolution be laid before the meeting  of tbe Provincial Executive,  which meets in Vancouver on  February 25th."  In a paper on the Hudson's Bay  route from a military point of  view, Lieut. J. W". Tyrell says  that Fort Churchill is the most  feasible port of the bay and that  the straits are open from June 15  to Nov. 15 to which time two  weeks might possibly be added.  From a military point of view  the route would be an advantageous one as a line of communication to Great Britain in case of  war.  J. A. Lee   is   president of  the  New Westminster Board of Trade  The Patterson ranch at Grand  Forks has been sold to Bra don  people.  tion of snowsheds on the Buenos  Ayres and Pacific railway at altitudes varying from 12,000 to 14,-  000 feet. They will be absent  six or eight months.  Wm. Long, nf MUra, was given  six months in gaol for beating  his wife.  Major Douglas, of Vancouver,  is headinga deputation toOttawa  to interview the governme it ir  reg trrl to improvements on Falsi  Creek.  KETTLE VALLEY FRUIT  ���-~���^= LANDS���  300 fe^t of the outer wh irf  Victoria, gave way involving ;i  loss of $25,000.  Vancouver bink e'emng* for  February am 'unted to$16,f>8 -,3S6  being four millions in mlvance ^f  the corresponding period of last  yef.  The Valley of the Kettle River  is estimated to contain 10,000  acres of orchard land.  J. N. Brunskill, a farmer living  near Laurier, found a each ��� of  154 pounds ot opium which he  turned over to the custom's p-ith-  orities, and it is stated that he  will receive $600 for his honesty.  The C.P.R. will ballast six'een  miles of the Cascade section this  coming summer.  The V.V. & E. is rushing material to Keremeos and track-lay.  ing may be begin at any time.  W. H. Keary has resigned the  position of manager-secretary of  the New Westminster Exhibition.  Joseph Martin. K C, was bau-  queted at Vancouver on the eve of  his departure to reside in England.  Two men have disappeared  mysteriously in Vancouver and it  is feared that thev have been victims of foul play.  One of the two coavicts who  escaped from the Westminster  penetentiary last week was captured at Port Haney.  John Oliver, M.LA. for Delta,  is advocating the establishment  of an agricultural college and experimental farm by tha province.  W. E. Cooke, a wealthy American lumberman of Kaslo, is being  prosecuted for bringing in a number of Americans to work in his  mill in violation of the Alien  L*bor Act.  Applications   to   the    London  stock exchange to list   five   hue-  dred   thousand   dollars  of   B.C  Electric five per cent,  bonds  has  been made.  J. E Griffith.government agent  at Golden, aud George Risteen,  a well-known C P,R. conductor,  will leave Vancouver on March  10 for South America where they  will be employed in the construc-  During the past year P. Burns  & Co. report excellent business  and have opened up between fifteen and twenty new branches in  all parts of B.C., Alberta and  Saskatchewan, including lrind-  some buildings at Moose Jaw,  Medicine Hat, Regina and ether  cities.  The directors of the Cranbrook  Park, Limited, held a large meeting last week and decided up >n a  race meeting this spring, t> be  held May 24-25. The officials  have opened correspondence with  the leading horsemen of We >fern  Canada and the North Wts era  States and anticipate one of the  most successful meetings ever  held in this section of the cou try.  Attractive purses will be pit up  and the horsemen of the vici'iity  feel confident that there will be  a large attendance.  Mechanical slate pickers, or  separaters have largely replaced  boys iu the anthracite breakers  of Pennsylvania.  The Guggenheims have bf ught  the Torreon smelter, Mexico.  The St. Eugene at Moyic employs 450 men and pays $46,0)0 a  moath in wages.  The Opposition in the Alberta  legislature has split on the question of opposing the policy of tbe  government which was highly  commended by Hiebert, of Rosebud.  The Hamilton Times might  safely ask the Saturday Sunset  "by what process of reasoning it  arrives at the conclusion" that  the support of the candidature of  Joseph Marlin could be interpreted :r< a tricrdly act toward  the Liberal party.  A number of B.C. papers have  commended the action of District  18, U.M. W.A. in opening their  membership rolls to Orientals.  But we imagine it will be a  long time before the Asiatic is  admitted to the Western Federation.  Misery likes company,and that  explains why the Kamloops Standard is so very greatly perturbed  over the fact that Comox-Atlin  has a representative who can do  things.  A Toronto clergyman and a  Toronto paper are being sued for  declaring that a house was haunted. A fortune awaits the owner  if the allegation can be proved.  C. W. Cross, Attorney-General  for Alberta, is a man of initative.  The other day he told tbe coal  operators wbo objected to the  new Workmen's Compensation  Act, that the Alberta* government might go into the c��al bus-  The forgery did have a potent  effect on the Victoria election.  Barnard's majority was only thirteen. Undoubtedly he owes it to  the forgery. He should resign  He won his seat because the electorate believed Borden stood for  Exclusion. If he resigns now  the electorate will have an opportunity of showing the strength of  its faith in Borden's attitude.  But no doubt that is just what the  Conservative party is afraid of.���  Saturday Sunset.  AFTEft 20 YE  The Calumet and Hecla Co.  has paid $8,000,000 for 125,000  shares of the stock of the Bigelow  companies and the long-drawn-  out litigation over the transfer of  Osecola stock isover,SIr. Bigelow  having retired from the copper  mining field.  Free-milling gold ores are usually found in the upper or oxidized portion of the vein.  Ot  Zam-3uk's   H 2 alio-?;   Power   Proved  by Sohcol Oam.nijaiuner and  Bap 's~t   Deacon.  kNE   of   the   most   recent  converts   to   tlie  Zam-!iuk m.iii'id of treating and curing  disease is Mr. C. Ii. SanforJ, of Weston,  ���1 ng's   Co.,   N.S.  Mr. Sanfcir.l is a Justice of the Peace for the  County, and a numbor of the Board of School  CommiF.sionei's. He is also Deacon of the  Baptist Church in Berwick. Indeed, throughout  tbe County it would be difficult to find a man  more widily known and more highly respected.  Some time back he had occasion to test  -lam-Buk, and here is his opinion of this great balm.    He says:���  " I never used anything that gave me such ratisfaction as Zam-Buk  I had a patch of ecza.na on my ankle, v/.ii;a had been there for over  twenty years. Sometimes, also, the disease woulc'. break out on my  shoulders. I had taken solution of arsenic, had a_-.p'.icd various oi: t-  mcni3, and tried all sorts of things to obtain a cure, but all in vain.  I was advised to give Zam-Buk a trial, and r,- T am a firm believer in  Nature's remedies, I did so. From first applying it I saw it w:is  altogether different to th^ ordinary ointments and embrocations, and it  soon began to show sigis of clearing r.way the eczema on my anl.'.e.  This was so gr.-nifying, that I persevered for some time with it, am'. I  am glad to say it had the desired :csu:t. I am new cured of the  disease w'.ii:h  d.?ii;d cvjry other treatment for twenty years.  " This is not th: only direction in which I have proved  the merits of  Zam-Buk.    I  s"i.'f.r.:J for a long time  from piles, and I found a pcr(ct_  cure for this pai i.V.l ailment in  Zan-Euk.    Zam-Buk soothes the pr.r,  relieves the con jested veins, and so restores the elasticity to the tissues  that the  pile$  gr.v.lv.:illy  but  surely  disappear."  Z.mi-Bu* ii u p strive ;.n 1 iu>���;un curt- for rii!^, hums. l>rnieos. sprains, piles, fefterin.;  sir-:;, ;;l-crs, seal Is. Havl-tnis-onim:. e";'e-n.! s<:al>s, chapped han<!s, cold 'racks, rhiibla n^.  rinH'.v vin. scalp s-)re;. bad :e��. di^cisiM ���nkl"s aiH all otlwr skin di=cases and injur rs.  HuMij.l well in a tip- pins all-' -:ie 1. i' run.- iie.r.aaia. rheumatism, and sciatica. All druRHi ;s  and store* sell at.50c. ho\. three for ��i._3. and post r+ic from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, ire  price.    Refuse the harmful imitations" sometimes represented to be "just as ��ood."  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles-cMichtoay on C.919^ 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   cAcre Lots, with water rights  For particulars apply to The Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Co., Ltd.  D. R. TAIT, Manager, Midway, B.C.  Pacific Hotel  GRIKG &   MORKISON, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining-Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Rest Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  A^^^   SMM^   AM^^    *wM m.   aJHa   iMA   A.^L&   fk^Lfc   ^^K*  *$��� "^* "f* *^* "j* *t* *v T *r  Copper  HANDBOOK.  00000040000000000000000400  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shingles, Bricks.  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.;  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  ��ooopooooooooooooooooooooo  Hotel   Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  (New Edition   issued March, 1908.)  Size :   Octavo.    Pages :  1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scope: The Copper Industry   of  the  World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting-,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in .Ttetail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  mm mm mm  M ON COPPER  The Miner needs the book for the  facte it gives him regardi-1 Geology,!  Mining, Copper Deposit .  Copper  Mines,  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  eral information on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of tbe book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send ne  money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, orpaid'for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and pub  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHELDO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  AT THE CHURCHES  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct set vises as nsnal at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School at 3.  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA LOFSTAD Proprietor  Cathouc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service let, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  masB at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 .p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.  pastor.  Church of England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunda,y school, /ZS0p;m. Holy Op��-  munion, 1st Sunday at 8 a. m; other  Sundays   after Matins at  11 a. tn.  Saints'   Day services as announced  in  Church,  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. G  PARENTS who wish to secure for  their daughter the benefits of a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Convent School, Nelson, offers.  The Convent 1b large and comtnod  ious aad a large number st Boarders  can he accomodated. The 8eheel ia  superintended and taught by the Sie-  teis, who have much experience in  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, English and Canadian  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vocal and Instrumental Music, French   and   Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  Sister Supbrior.St. Joseph's Schoox,  ���   Nemon, B. C.  JustEecausb  It stormy-  dont odnjuMi  your��tif_i  Indoors  McCLUNG and BOODBVE Proprietors.  | Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  �� Steam Heated.   Ugktod   throughout   with elastiic lights.  ... First-class Bar.   Strictly u_>-to-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAF1, 0KN DAY AND KKKT  *4��.fr^4>4*fr4��fr.frfr>frfrffr.fr4.^^^^��!..f. X  *  *��  *��  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous ] �� v a  service for operating.   :  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  4*  +  ef.  I*  4�� :  ir  THE BOTJETDARY CREEK TIMES  IA  GENERAL NOTES  Persia ia iu a state of anarchy  Austria a��d Sec via are preparing for war  The Bind ai<m'mitratiiu ol  New fou on land h is rvs>gne'  ���the C.P-R. has pu-cSwd $a'  ���00.000 of Ihe new D numm loan  The CP R n��np= *t Wmnipee  are now lUtioifg mite hours, full  time.  A total of 41 seals is provided  lor in the Albertaa   Bedistribut-  Dorando was easily defeated by  Shrubb in a fifteen mile race at  Buffalo,  | The Miagsrtf river is still frozen  | ��nd tbe American falls are practi-  | callj dry.  f Premier Stolypin, ot Bussia,  \ has been warned to expect death  i bj-Bssassinatien,  The authority of the Railway  \ Cgmmiisioa will be extended to  Hhe White Pass and Yukon   rail-  | w��y-  The Government of Alberta has  guaranteed 27 millions in bonds  for railway construction m that  province.  Fotttffig Telling  The tromaa who nesleeti tar health is sxttenwt the  TBfy foundation of all" food fortune. For without health  Ion Ime* it* loMre and (old u but din**.  Womanly health when loat or impaired mar feneralh/ be  ���chained by the' dm of Dr. Pleree'a Favorite Pretcnption.  Shim tmrlat ItOesU, ���rea*, pmla-wracked  womam, hr ttr Unsdro^m of Otmnanda  mnd isft���lnts* primmer ot their Soma  ��� ate invited to oonmltDr. Fierce by letter)r��.   jmAeoae held *a aatgcflly confidential.   Addreu World'* Ditpeuerv  Medical Aawciatioa, B. V. Pierce, M. D., Prendeat, Bo&Id, N. Y.  Da. PnHcs'a GiuT Family Docroa Boox, Tie People'* Common Sence  MeSeal(Adfiter, newly reviled  up-to-date edition���1000  pafei, anawen  tn  past twelve months the expenditures has been $26,010 547  Rich discoveries of gold have  been made in the neighborhood  of Sturgeon Lake, 160 miles west  of Fort William Tbe place is  reachfd from Wake station on tbe  GT P  Hon   Wm  Templemao,  Minister of Mines, has gnne to Oitawa  attend the sesstin   of   parlta-  Enm  s', ihe chief ��onspir- traffic manager of the C.P.R.,  ator in mant Russian plols, has !,���,_;_ for a bjg rHa_, rf settlers to  been tli'cnvr-rerl in a London lodg-' Canada this year,  ing bouse. I    The Liquidator of tha Ontario  A   direct  overland   telegraph ^ok has called on the sbarehold-  to pay 65 cents on the dollar.  ie, 7000 miles  length, has  been established between London  and Calcutta.  Premier Hazzird, of P.E.I has  taken action for libel against the  Chariottetown Examiner (Conservative) for libel  The South Alberta Irrigation  Co. has struck a flow of 7,000,000  feet of natural gas per day at  Bow Island, Alta.  Ex-chief of police Malone was  sentenced to life imprisonment  for attempting to kill his assistant constable.  Mr.   Robert Kerr,    passenger  T3h�� Bouaimdlairy^s  ���������  Boundary  Creek times  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  T The Times has the  m'OBt complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary,  T The Timee ii improving iti stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  ^The TimeB, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SBJBJ IF IT CAN'T.  ���f Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper.  MRS MURRAY, graduate Id vocal  id instrumental music, la prepared to  wetvc pupils in piano, organ aad  sice Latent Coil ��r vat or t method*  taught Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday, Midway,  Thursday, Phoenix, Friday and Si tar  For terms and further pa hen  lars aoply at room 34. Pacific Hotel  which will all go to the Bank of  Montreal.  The Legislature of Alberta has  been prorogued and writs have  been lssueifergeneralelertionon  March 22nd.  Reports from the prairies state  that winter wheat is in splendid  condition the cold, weather not  having done any harm.  The Manretania has lowered  the Trans-Atlantic record to 4  davs, 17 hours and 6 m inn tec,  averaging 25.55 knots during the  voyage.  is stated that the G.T.P.  will undertake the building of  the Quebec bridge, and that it  will agree to'complete the structure within three years.  Premier Rutherford of Alberta  has introdnaed a resolution asking the DoMinien government te  give that province pemission to  establiik an elevator system, to  store,.transport, and.grade grain.  Notices have been posted  C.P.R. shops announcing that  the wages rates' established by  the board of conciliation nnder  the Lemieux act in August last  year will hold good till April 1,  1910.  The total expenditure by the  government an the construction  of the National Transcontinental  railway to the 15th inet,  been   $48,265 129.     Daring   the  Wanted���A situation by a reliable and experienced woman a��  housekeeper, chambermaid, din-  3om work or assistant cook  Apply loM C , box 1, Denoro, B C  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���-la rids, timber or min.  es���in. British Columbia.  Address, in first, instance  with full purticulars���"Capital," c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Van-  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  -t-*ake -notice a  obUliina-  EDMUND 1, WICKWIRE.  Ladies' Calling Cards, Hoi  land Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  Black Watch  BIltkHBI  rheChewingTobawo  Qaatty.  jLUCKYNUJWBERS  y|#F0R FEBRUARY  Below ��c enc the numbers for February   that are   entitled   to   the  beautiful and"   costly 109 piece   china   dinner   sets we are grvineawav each  month to the users of ROYAL STANDARD Flour.  Compare your coupons nith the numbers quoted below.    If you find you  tve a duplicate return it to u , and we will ship yoii one of these   beautiful  dinncrsets care full j packed am. fully prepaid  38381       4S782       29414       29998       43168  37677       31175       41614       31S74       33149  If you are not in the list this monlh save your coupons, you may be next  until You may find your number among the winners at any time.  Remember the coupons are placed in the sacks as they leave the mill, and  you are just as liable to win next month oil one of this month't coupons as  not In the meantime gather all tlie coupons you can. Ten must win each  month     Why not you?    Persistence will wm its reward.  The woman who bujs ROYALSTANDARD Flour is usine the  best bread fiour that skill will produce or money will buy, and at the same  she has the prospect of sccunnea handsumc prize each month. <  Manufactured only  by  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO.. LTD.  Vancouver, B.C.  Snynepsis ol Camdian SsM-Wtst  NABOB  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received High**! Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  HOME-MAOE MEDICINE  lieve Kti  Rheum  Compound S*k<A  cm   Compeimd   I  The oven does  the baking, the  flre-box controls  the oven heat, ���  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE GRATES  are important  iSask-alta  Ranee \/^u&/e  Grates  "Bask-alta" Double Duplex Orates 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 seoure perfect drafts When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position The easiest-working  way^s the surest-serving way ���and that's  "Sask-alta" way  McClary's  !lnl|l|TlI������IIH��WWI1|HV������W,��..WW��~CdW].  2     GrOOd  Clrtfag Offers  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cat/  gary, a flrst'class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910,  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $300 and receive the Greatest Western Duly  and The Tunes, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  Mined w   dtwea ifttr nwli mi ��* MUma. it +  allied by 4 prosuMM pkjtlaEaB to I  Biro mo��t uostlvt iwh b kUaty 1  tare apaw tba dofnwi pin* rf tin ,  kidnMi, CUu udituic tin in ttrir <  WOrkofaiUrifgJlwMtaMMljoiOD. '  .   nui nutlBc from th* Uagd, and niftU 1  tbMe in tho orioe.   To ���)]���* thii J  t will Hltb Im ti  TO* mixture hooBpoMdef-hum- j  It" Tcgatsbl* iD(iwli*Dhi wWl*h tw ]  bspDcahHodatujsoaddtogitim, 4  vnil nixed *t hamL  ���ffliotionii will nelnabt W pb*��d to  le*raof�� dmjittmt UgHrnsam-  monded rv**d<r.  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVES OIL and IKON are  beyond question tbe gieatesl nwdl  cinea knWn. Then why ooet no  eveiybx>dy -ake Cod Live; Oil and  Iron? Simply because most peoplr  cannot take the Oil and few can diges  the Iron in any ordinary (bini. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction ol FEBB0L, in  which the iron is scientincally combined with the OiL tendering the Oil  palatable and (he Iron digestible.  While  FERROL  is manufactured from ihe best qnnlity  of Cod Liver Oil (tbe whole of the Oil)  and  is richer   in  oil than any other  .1 enhanred by the protest of manufacture, and ;.s (he formula is freely es-  pnsei it is not t" he wondered at tha:  physicians everywhere have full,  endorsed FEBR01. and used it larcelj  in (heir practice. FERROL is invaluable for ihe treatmen; of any kind ol  Tunc: or Bronchial troubles, while fci  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  "You Know What  Vou Take"  BOVRIL  the kitchen  economist  juic nsss of iho 01  ajid gr��\ ct.  beat beef It ri ci -en h nnl  nourahment lo the 1 -.a d null |>-  fulnesi and ecunomy t; Co co->i  All ��ood (troeera icll BOVRH vsm  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  w  SAY!  That Car of Purity Flour  received January 1st is all  gone, but we have another Car which we are unloading today.  :        :        :  i  u  it  I  I  i  i  i  ��  Purely Personal  Everything Fresh in  Groceries  At the  I  ,  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents,  Furnishings.  ^��5��*5��<5��^��<5��5��^����5��^����5��^55��3*SS��Ta��=��S3?5^^  Just the thing  Bass and  -���^  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Ciquor Co*  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  D. R. Tait, of Midway, was in  the city yesterday.  R, E. Raven, of Wallace mountain is at the Imperial.  J. McGillis, of Nelson, was in  Greenwood Wednesday.  J, H. Goodeve was over to  Grand Forks this week.  Mrs. Charles HcClung was on a  visit to Spokane this week.  Mrs. D. C. McRae will be at  home on the second Friday of the  month.  Sam Neelands, the well-kuown  cigar man, is in the Boundary on  business.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Jenkin left on  today's stage on a visit to Chew-  elah, Wash.  Born���At the Mother Lode,  March 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter  McLaughlin, a son.  J. E. McAllister, general manager of the B.C. Copper company,  has returned from New York.  James Copeland, rancher and  mine-owner, of Anarchist mountain, was in town  tbe other day.  Constables W. H. Docksteader,  Phoenix, and A. K, McDonald.  Grand Forks, were in the city  Tuesday.  J. P. McL?orl is attending the  meeting of the Dominion Railway Commission at Nelson in the  interests of the Greenwood Board  of Trade.  Mr. Martin, of Myncaster, was  in town on Monday accompanied  by his son, a prominent wheat-  grower of Binscarth, Man., whom  he had not seen for sixteen years.  Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dill and  child left yesterday for Ontario  where Mr. Dill will go into business in the new silver district,  and they will be missed very much  by their many friends in Green-  wcod.  It is ten years since "Ed." Dill  first came to this city, and for  the last five years he has had  charge of the gent's furnishing  department at Russell-Law-Caul-  field's big store. Mr. Dill enjoys  an enviable reputation as a public-spirited and reliable business  man, and he is also one of the  best all-round athletes in the Interior of B.C. The fire-boys, the  curling club, hockey, baseball,  and football of which he was  one of the mainstays, will all  miss Ed. Dill, and everyone who  knows bim will wish him all  manner of prosperity in his new  field of activity.  ^  &*  TOWN 7OTIC^  4  TRUKiO DAG 5;^^.  <3  New Line of TRUNKS  & VALISES just received  See us for Prices  Singer Sewing Machine $20  Singer Sewing Machine $10  Wanzer Sewing Machine $10  CanbeseenattheOlCStore  A.L.WHITE  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16  The pews recently installed in  St. Jude's church to take the place  of the chairs which have done  duty heretofore, were used for the  first time on Sunday last. The  pews which were purchased with  the money raised by the hard  work of St. Jude's Guild are handsome and substantial and are a  credit to the manufacturer, Mr.  H. Bunting.  The Miner's Union will hold  their annual ball on March 17th.  The Dominion Railway Commission will begin its session at  Nelson today.  Wash goods, big stock,all new,  Barclay & Co.  The Ladies' Guild of St. Jude's  church will meet at Mrs. Taylor's  on Tuesday.  The winter has broken up and  another rain will see the finish of  tho snow at Greenwood.  Curling is over and the ur. finished competitions are postponed  until about next Christmas. D.H's  rink wins tbe Warren cup.  Our stock of Boots and Shoes  for women and children is the  largest and best in the district.  Prices right.    Barclay & Co.  The new time schedule ��f the  G.N. went into effect on Wednesday and the evening mail now  arrives at 6.30.  Not the Irst robin, but never  the less a harbinger of spi ing,  the smiling countenance of J.  Peck MacSwayne appeared oa  Copper street on Tuesday morning.  Hedley and Grand Fork" are  complaining of annoyance by the  wails of coyotes. Make a noise  or come to Greenwood and the  gentle coyote will never b< ther  you.  F. Wilford Jones, secretary B.  C. Auxiliary of the Canadian  Bible Society is in town making  arrangements to organiz- a  branch for Greenwood. It is ug-  gested as this work is entire! interdenominational all the chu ch-  es join hands to promote this  object and Mr. Jones intends returning to hold an inauguration  meeting. The society is one with  the British and Foreign Bible  Society having branches all over  the world.  The "Miner's Union ball on the  17 th March promises to be one  of the big events of the season.  Barclay & Co. handle the fim-  ous Smardon shoe for women, try  a pair.  A sweet sixteen social will be  held on the 16th of March bv the  Clover club of the Presbyteian  church at No. 16 Copper s^eet,  next to P. W. George's. T iere  will be sixteen kinds of c* tdy,  tea and cake will also be se ved.  There will be for sale sweet sixteen cook books.  Oxfords, all kinds, all prices���  Barclay & Co.  The Rebekah's wish to thank  those who helped to make a success of their annual ball.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Association will meet at Mrs. Kinney's on Tuesday afternoon.  Dress {roods in great variety at  Barclay & (Vs.  The members of the Greenwood  Ire department era^ a farewell  at progressive whist and other  amusement* on Tu=>sl;��v eveningr I  to two of their ?ct;ve men, E. B  Dill and R. C. G. White, who are  leaving the cttv to enter into business in other part*.  A beautiful ess* window of  stained class representing the  Ascersion. ha<* been rrpeertrd lo  S. Jude's chu^ch bv Mr. J. E McAllister, general manager ot the  B.C. Copper company. This beautiful atvl most generous gift will  be unveiled on Sundav morning  next, at the eleven o'clrck service. The window will be placed  over the altar and will add immensely to the appearance of the  church.  Patrick Keenov who was discovered by Constable Bunbury  last week, appe-Ted before Judge  Brown and D ictors Spankie and  Oppenheimer last Saturday wbo  found him to be of unsound mind.  The unfortunate min was committed to the asylum for the insane  at New Westminster, and left for  that institution on Saturday's  evening train in charge of officer  Cunningham.  The foiliwing letter was read  at Monday evening's Council  meeting :  Greenwood, B.C., Feb. 23, 1909  To the Mayor and Aldermen of the  City of Greenwood  Gentlemen���Some time ago  when we had the misfortune to  get the Victoria hotel burnt, almost before the fire was out tbe  city officials were anxious to know  when we were going to get it  cleared up, as tha other parties  could not get there's cleand up till  it was done. Greatly to our inconvenience at the time, we put a  man to, work just at tbe time he  was badly needed for other things;  sa far nothing has been done towards moving the other buildings,  which besides being dangerous;  keeping us from furnishing the  repairs to our store, .and a detriment to business.  Are we to look upon this as another of the "City's" big bluffs at  driving a willing horse, for it  seems to me the old old story  ''those that will must, and those  that won't leave alone."  Shall, esteem it a favor if your  honourable body will kindly let us  know what action they intend taking towards having the other two  buildings removed.���Yours truly,  Fred. B. Holmes.  You Will Save Money  by haying a.couple of pair of odd trousers An  in your wardrobe. For you will get double the  wear out of your coats and vest and the general  appearance of your clothes will be so much improved through having a change.  After all, the greatest wear comes on the trousers and once they are shabby, the suit is about  all in  Isn' t this reasonably.  Think about it and then come in and see the  snappy, well made, nine-fitting  Campbell's   Clothing  odd    trousers we   are   showing.    Prices * from  $3.00 to $8.50.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  Ltd.  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Made on the Premises  Bed Lounges  Strong in build and Handsome in  appearance.  Full size from 17*50  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Fhent 27  ��|* ������ *$"&* ���$��� *it �������� "It *����� 4* ���4' 4*4 4* 4 "Up 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4  ! TO RENT  + Fine 6-roomed modern house.  4�� 4-Roomed Cotcage.  ����� Suite of Rooms in a Block.  4�� One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715 acres.  Wben you want Wall-paper,  send for us. We will give you a  figure on the finished job. McRae Bros.  *  MERCHANTS  a good way to increase your  business is by using   -  -    -  POSTERS  We can fill your orders for  any kind of Poster Printing,  from   a     ------  Dodger to a Full Sheet  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. h-  White.  Phone 16.  For Sale���Bedroom Sets, Mattresses, Springs, Bedsteads, Mirror, Hat Rack, on moderate terms.  Apply Telegraph Office, Greenwood.  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-room House. on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mortimer.  a.  ?  ?  ?  I Does Your   Head  I Ache ?  I  r  ��� Drop in and leave it with us  �� as it will only cost you 25c to  g-et rid < f the Worst   Head-  ache you ever had. ,  i  WHITE BROS.,  Druggists -       -       -       Opticians  For Sale���A 5-room cottage iu  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed Easy terms. Apply to L- Daignault, Anaconda.  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR....  CLOTHES CLEANED.  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  �����   ��� ���  Agent for the   Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  4  4  4  *-"���'���.  * Bealey Investment & Tfusjt Co., Ltd..*  2    -v ���.> OPPOSITE THE) POST OFFICE. a  * �����*<* 4 +++ * 4 44 44* 4 4 44 44* 4P4 444 4 4  *��.  4  4  ��*  4  *  4  *  4  4  4  4  4  4  �����*#**��  *  *  *  m.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. I  .. DEALERS IN ..  i  ��� ���  . a  J  ��  ��  ��  *����o��*��������������������*������s����������0����*��a-'ww����������������a����*o������*  fresh and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry.  *v-  Palace Livery Stables  Drives.  i  i  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS OF"  ^ARt-ONATED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES FOR FAMILY USE  |  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  Rr-Awr v fn    Successors to the  .  Drewi.y U>.�� ElkhomBreweryCo!  I  i  5��5��J^-~^5>3SW^<55<^<--.:<V. s?fiS^����?"#6^H  <\  ?��  ?!  i  ?!  ?!  ?!  i  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  JP. C.  BUCKLESS  ��� PROPRIETOR���   >  Your  Printing  Will be attended to promptly  at this office   .    .���'.'.  This office is replete ypith everything neces-  essaty in a printing office to ensure yonr  work being done with neatness and despatch


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