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 VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12.   1909.  No. 10  (F  aljf'ttt.  NEW  FALL   MILLINERY  All new ideas in  Ready to-Wear  Trimmed and  Pattern Hats  Everything vou want in Millinery at tempting prices  BARCLAY & CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Don't Buy Furniture  Till you see Gulley's stock and get  Gulley's prices. We are offering  snaps" in  all lines.  Headquarters for CARPETS, CARPET SQUARES  and LINOLEUMS at Rock Bottom Prices.  Agents for Edison Phonographs and Records.  Agents for Bell Pianos and Organs.  Everything in the  Furniture Line.  ^  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS r   -   Phone 27  =^  There are 15 members of the Sanitol  Family, any one of which is good.  We especially recommend  ^  If you are a user of Fine Toilet  Goods, it will  pay you to get  acquainted   with  this   Family  and the  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STOKE OF QUALITY.  0  P. BURNS & CO.  I  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  i  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  INCREASED  TAXATION  Should   British   Columbia  Endorse This Contract.  Since last week the financial  aspect of the McBride policy has  been earnestly discussed in all  circles and it is arousing the  keenest apprehension. The anxiety is not merely that the province may be called upon to pay  the interest or the principal of  the guarantee, but also the effect  the policy is bound to have upon  the borrowing powers of thej  province.  This phase of the policy is a  most serious and disconcerting  one. It is that the Government's  borrowing or endorsing power  will be completely used up by the  assumption of what is, for a population of 350,000, a staggering  load, should our Government be  called upon to make good.  Here is how the liability figures out: Principal. $35,000 per  mile for 600 miles, $21,000,000;  interest at 4 per cent per annum,  $804,000. If this runs for thirty  years it will amount to $24,000,-  000 simple interest. The first  announcement of the Government  was that it would run for thirty  years, but later that limitation  does not appear and the term  seems to be indefinite. We will  therefore with a stroke of the  pen assume a liability of 845,000,-  000, or a sum equal to nearly  $1,300 per capita  of our popula  tion. The debt of the province  is now $10,000,000, and w<> are  still heavily burdened with direct  taxes, to an extent unknown in  auy other country or province in  the world, except where emerg-  encv war taxes are collected.  It is all very well to say we will  never have to make good our  guarantee, but. the liability is  there and is as tangible in the  eyes of bond investors as a mortgage on your house would be.  The province bv that guarantee is placed in precisely the  same position as a outness man  who endorses his friend's paper  and then' goes to the bank* for  money for his own business.  The banker will promptly tell  him his credit is exhausted.  Moreover, he is very liabla to ask  that ant overdraft be immediately covered. More especially  is this likely to happen if it is  known that the business man has  been disposing of his assets and  has not being developing his business as, he should have, British  Columbia has been selling ber  lands, her forests, alienating her  permanent assets, and she has  not being developing her resources by building roads or adding  to her permanent revenues.���Saturday Sunset.  imps*  Miss Dorcas Matthews, appearing with Miss Jeanne Russell  in the London and-New York success "Cousin Kate," at the Greenwood Auditorium, Wednesday, November 17.  MIDWAY NOTES  L,  i  tOBO  H. M. Luscombe, of Grand Forks,  is spending a week in Midway, visiting old friends.  Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Whittlesey,  both of Spokane, paid a visit to their  sister, Mrs. A. C. Meskcr, this week  The C. P. R. carpenters have completed a new building on the bank of  the Kettle river, to be used for'a  pump house.  Seth Mills, who has been in Greenwood hospital for several weeks suffering with rheumatism, is able to be  at home again.  A meeting of the Liberal association was held at Salter's hotel on  Wednesday evening, at which new  officers were elected.  O. Gunderson went up the river  on Thursday to put up a new residence for L. Steves on his ranch  above Westbridge.  The Midway postoffice will shortly  be moved from Fifth to Seventh  streets, and T. Laughton will perform  the duties connected therewith.  James Atwood, who has been in  charge of some mining operations in  Ontario for several years, returned to  Midway last week, and  will  speni a  few months at his home here.  ANOTHER DEFECTION  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper  says he will vote the straight  Liberal ticket and may even campaign tor tbe Liberals. He takes  the ground that the bargain between the Canadian Northern  Railway and the government is  objectionable Sir Charles is an  old time Conservative, too. *  JOHN OLIVER  LIBERAL LEADER  John Oliver, M. P. P. for Delta,  the Liberal leader, is pre-eminently a  man of the people. He first saw the  light in beautiful Derbyshire, and at  the early age of eleven went to work  in the mines and joined the great  army of producers. When fourteen  years of age his parents moved to  Grey county, Ontario, and young  Oliver adjusted himself to the new  conditions in the bush, in the neighboring county'of Huron.  Coming to British Columbia, Mr.  Oliver drifted inevitably into municipal, and later into Provincial politics,  and in spite of the fact that he lives  in a "close" riding, he has been returned at three consecutive  elections.  If, on no other grounds, Mr. Oliver is entitled to his present position  by right of seniority. For the past  eight years he has sat in the Legislative, coming up from the back benches  to a chair on the leader's right by  genuine merit and the authority which  heavy blows given" in the party interest give.  Mr. Oliver is a man of his word,  and has the hearty respect ,that he deserves from all shades of political  opinion. He is a man of the people,  and they hear him with enthusiasm.  His speeches are vibrant with that  rugged honor which compels confidence and respect even among opponents, and he can rise to flights of  real eloquence. This is the man that  every vote cast for a Liberal candidate will help to place at the helm of  state in this province.  COAST NEWS  VOTE FOR  D. A. MacDOMLD  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper  has declared his intention to vote  the entire Liberal ticket.        t  The Liberal Candidates for  Vancouver are: F\ C. Wade, K.  C, Harry Senkler, George E.  Macdonald, James Staples ex  M. P. P. for Atlin and Alderman F. B. Campbell.  The first B. C. Electric railway  locomotive passed over the Frasei  river bridge at New "Westminister  last week. The locomotive will  be used in connection with the  Cbilliwack extension.  Messrs Tatlow -and Fulton,  former colleagues of Premier McBride. have resigned, and more  than a few leading Conservatives  have come out flat footed in opposition to the Government and its  railway policy. Others will follow before November 25th.  Despite the prestige that  Premier McBride holds tn his  native Province, the Liberals  er .er the contest ou November  25 in excellent heart. Reports  from the interior are encouraging, especially in Kamloops district, where the route of the proposed railway, involving probably a new town on the opposite  side of the river, makes it very  unpopular. There is a split in  the Conservative ranks in Nelson.  In Richmond Mr. Carter Cotton.  President of the Council in the  McBride Administration, is promised a hard figbt to retain bis  seat. The Vancouver voters' list  shows over two thousand Liberal  additions.  CONSERVATIVE RALLY  As this paper is printed on  Thursday afternoon each week,  an account of this largely attended meeting, and of the Premier's address, as well as a report ot the addresses of Attorney  General Bowser and J. R. Jackson, the Conservative nominee,  will have to be held over till next  week.  The Liberal candidate, D. A.  MacDonald. is winning vote*  every day. He is conducling a  clean campaign and has the solid  support of his party and his personal friends.  A LARGE LOAN  Vote for the Liberal candidate,  GENERAL NOTES  The McBride agreement with Mr.  Mann has not one clause that covers  a first mortgage for the Province on  the Mann railway line to be subsidized in British Columbia, altho the  premier has declared that the ultimate  contract will contain this first mortgage, and also declares that he will  resign if the agreement does not contain it.  To subsidize a great railroad for  the purpose of ensuring immediate  construction, may be the best of policies, but to guarantee 521,000,000 of  the railway company's bonds, as well  as guaranteeing the interest (amounting to several hundred thousand dollars) on those bonds���principal and  interest as well���and hold no security  for the repayment of such a vast sum,  is neither good politics or good business, and this clause must be included in the contract if McBride expects the people of the province to  uphold his railway policy in toto.  A FATAL ACCIDENT  If you thluk your business is  not worth advertising, advertise  it for sale.  The first meeting of the Assembly of Nova Scotia took place in  October, 1758.  Among the cannibal pagan  tribes on the Upper Benue, Northern Nigeria, there exists a regular exchange of wives, which  leads to manv complications. -  TWO BLUE RIBBONS  On Wednesday morning a fatal  accident occurred at the Britisli  Columbia Copper Co.'s smelter,  when J. Rawnslev, loader, was  crushed between an oar car and a  post under the ore bins. The  accident took place at 9 o'clock in  the morning and the injured man  was immediately taken to the hospital. He died twenty minutes  later Irom the internal injuries  he had received. Much sympathy in the community is felt f.>r  bis familv and relatives.  J. H. Methot, customs officer at  Myncaster, was a visitor to Greenwood this week. Mr. Method secured two blue ribbons at the  Chesaw Agricultural fair last  week for his fine exhibit of Wyandotte and Rhode Island poultry.  Mr. Methot is to be congratulated.  IMPERIAL APPOINTMENTS  It is reported that Lord Pent-  land will- succeed Earl Grey as  Governor General, that Mr. Herbert Gladstone will go to South  Africa, and Lord Crewe to India.  KING'S BIRTHDAY  Tuesday was King Edwani's  birthday and his majesty celebrated his 68th vear at Sandring-  ham, surrounded by m.)St of the  members of his familv.  Among the long list of birthday honors this vear, admiral ��>t'  the fleet Sir John Fisber has been  elevated to the peerage.  A Builder-Are You Loslnsr Weight?  "The D. & L ' Krnultion will always  help anil build yon up. Restores pro-  per digestion aud brings   back health.  Look at Vluther Lf d ��� store siriveriU  ment on pagt ���*.  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000#00     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under  which  tbe  branches  of this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the piinclpal points  in the following countries:  Austria-Hungary    Finland  Belgium  Brazil  Bulgaria  Ceylon  China  Crete Greece  Denmark Holland  Egypt Iceland  Faroe Islands India  Ireland  Formosa Italy  France Japan  Fr'ch Cochin-China j Java  Germany Manchuria  Great Iiritain Mexico  Norway  Persia  Pliillipine Islands  Roimiania  Russia  Servia  Si.un  South Africa  Straits Settlements  Swollen  Swil/irland  Turkey  West Indies 17?  ami elsewhere  WEDNESDAY, NOV, 17  See "Cousin Kate" at the Auditorium on the above day. Ray  F. Brandon is the popular leading  man with Miss Jennie Russell,  who will present Ethel Barry-  more's success "Cousin Kate,"  at Greenwood, Wednesday, November 17.  Subscribe for The Times.  Fall and winter goods arriving daily.  Barclay it Co.  Buy winter goods from Barclay &  Co.    They will save you money.  If your hair is thin, brittle or poorly  nourished, apply Bearine (made from  Canadian Bear grease.) It saves hair.  50c a jar.  Vote for D. A. MacDonald.  For stylish Millinery. Barclay & Co.  For Sale or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.   A.  h. White,  Phone 16.  NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING. FULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  J. T. BEATTIE,  Manager - Greenwood   Branch  The Mechanic  Who INSISTS on "High/Grade"  Tools always pkc��s his orders  with us> Our stock is complete,  well assorted and the prices right,  A FULL  LINE  OF "STARRETFS  TOOLS CARRIED IN STOCK.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED  Boots and Shoes for ladies and chil  drcn, all sizes, and prices the lowest  Barclay & Co.  a. |   E  EXCLUSIVE HARDWARE and HOUSE FURMSH1NCS  t ^^sTd^f^p^s^^^s^g M THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK TIMHS  CP*  CP*  CP1  CP*  CP*  CP*  Q=*t  CP*  C=<  CP*  <s  CP*  (p*  CP*  CP*  CP1  CP1  CP*  ESTABLISHED 1817-  Rest  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:    Lord Strathcona and Mount Koyai.. G. C. m. i��.  President:    Sik Gbokge A. Dkummonii.K.C. M. (..  Vice-President and General Manager :    Sik E. S. Clouston. Baki  Travel  Branches in London, Eng. I c^V'S,\ New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Orant Commercial an  ateliers' Credits, available in anypart^>f tlie world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ..Bank of Montreal..   $12,000,001)  *=9  ��5  ����=5  J%ffiMffilS13ffirafflffiffiy^^^  1836       THE BANK OF  1909  ���  America  73 Years In Business.  A Reserve Fund  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  is as necessar}' for a  family as for a  company.  The best  ness man ,what his chief difficulty  and worry is and he will tell you  it is the effort to get the right  men. This applies to every occupation that can be named.  There are too many voung people  in the world looking for a "snap."  They are more anxious to get a  "job" and draw a salary than to  make money for those who employ them or to make bhe world  better for their living in it. There  are plenty of "chances" every  day, but many of those who get  them do not seem to know how  to take care of them. They let  the pool-room, the bucket shop  or the "ponies" absorb the interest as well as the money that  should be devoted to better purposes. In the meantime the legend "Men wailed" still invites  those who seriously desire success  to enter the race and win.  son is one of the best known men  in Cranbrook district and universally popular. He will engage in  real estate.    Good luck to bim.  The annual report of the postmaster general is particularly  satisfactory. It shows that the  growth of the service last year  involved an increase of $586,456  in the expenditure. The surplus  for the year was $809,237. Since  1902 the accumulated surplus of  the department amounts to $4,-  201. 137. This year's surplus is  $100,000 more than the deficit was  the last year cf Conservative rule.  ATHLETIC BEAUTIES'  Miss Lizzie Arnold, of Belling-  ham, 15 years old, won the women's championship for baseball'  tb.rowirjg.in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer contest recently. She  made a record of 209 feet, 5>fe  inches. This makes a new world  record. Thirteen-year-old Maynie  McDonald covered the four bases  on a ball diamond in 18^ seconds, thereby winning the Dug-  dale medal. ' These athletic  achievements show that the girls  of the Northwest are world beaters.  Reserve Fund for a family  is  a  snug  sum of  money in a strong Bank.  Begin  your Savings  Account   now  in  the  Bank of British North America.  Deposits of $i.oo and upwards received and  Interest compounded at highest current rates.  Greenwood Brancbv"H. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:      ���' Hallett."  I Bedford M'Neill's  Codes < Moreing A Neal'h  I Lelber's  Grebhwood. B. C  JOHN D. SPENCE.  Barrister and Solicitor,  Rende'l Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  C AE. SHAW.  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyor,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. O. Box 57, Phone 32.  FRIEDOLPH WERNER.  Graduate of Kari.stadt, Sw.,  Conservatory,  Will be teaching   1'ianoand   Violin in  (Greenwood every Monday and Tuesday.  WILLIAM FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  B0UHDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  MeetB every   Tuesday   livening at 8 00 in  the  I. O. O. Y. Hall.    A cordial invi tatioutsex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  ALBERT LOGAN, KRED B. HOLMES,  N. G. V. (..  F. EDWARD BROWN, Rei\ Sec.  "Cb��  Boundary Creek Times  issued Every fridav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN AIlVANCE.  Pbk Vkak   2 m  Six Months   To Forbion COIINTRIKR-..  1 25  2 SO  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  FRTDAV. NOVEMBER 12, 1109.  TUPPEE'S REVOLT  Premier   McBride,   of   British  Columbia, who dissolved  the legislature a fortnight  ago to secure  an easy victory by a snap verdict,  now stands in peril of defeat.    It  is difficult to see how his government can  survive  the successive  shocks it  has experienced  since  the   dissolution   of    the   House.  First, two  cabinet ministers resigned their portfolios  and withdrew   from   public  life   because  they disapproved of the  railway  bargain  made   by Mr.    McBride  with the Canadian Northern. Mr.  Garden, another  leading member  of the party, declined re-nomination   in   Vancouver,   presumably  for the same reason.    Now comes  the crowning disaster in the public announcement of Sir   Charles  Hibbert  Tupper  that  he  is opposed to McBride's railway policy,  and   will   support    the    Liberal  ticket   in   Vancouver   in   consequence.    Mr.   McBride   has   the  reputation of being a resourceful  and able politician; if he survives  these successive defections and  carries his party to victory, it  will be a very remarkable achievement.  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper has  been a resident of Vancouver for  some nine or ten years, aud is in  many respects the leading citizen  of the city. Though he has not  been active in politics since his  retirement from the Dominion  House, his career as a Dominion  minister and his talents have  made him a conspicuous figure in  the party in British Columbia;  but it has always been understood  that he has been regarded by  Premier McBride, and in stiil  greater degree by W. J. Bowser,  of Vancouver, attorney general  of the province, and McBride's  right hand man, as a possible  rival to be jealously watched and  checkmated. Last year there was  a strong movement in Vancouver  to nominate Sir Charles Hibbert  for the Dominion House; but the  McBride-Bowser influences were  too powerful, and the nomination  went to another candidate. Sir  Charles is having his turn now.  The feeling of unrest and uncertainty in British Columbia is  being accentuated by the failure  of Mr. McBride to produce the  actual contract made by him with  Mann and McKenzie. An attempt has been made to assert the  right of the government to go to  the country simply on the abstract question of aiding the Canadian Northern; but public opin-  I ion will apparently compel the  premier to make public the actual  terms, Meanwhile the Liberal  papers sissert that the guarantee  is not on'y on bonds to the extent  of $35,000 a mile for over 600  miles, hut on the principal as  well.���Manitoba Free Press.  Italy   is  about   to  construct a  fleet of dirigibles for the army.  The assasin of Prince Ito, of  Japan, is to be tried at Seoul,  Korea.    Dan Patterson, Phoenix, is the  Liberal candidate for Grand Forks  Riding.    The Canadian express office at  Niagara was robbed last Friday  of nearly $15,000.  Many   school   children   suffer   from  constipation, which is often the cause  of     seeming-     stupidity     at    lessons.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tub-  If you are a kicker   and see the' lets are an  ideal   medicine to  give   a  child, for they are mild  and  gentle in  their effect, and will cure even chronic  Women's Secrets  ,. There is one man in the United States who has perhaps heard  more women's secrets than any other man or woman in the  country. These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame, but  the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Dr.  R. V. Pierce in the hope aud expectation of advice and help.  That few of these women have been disappointed in their expectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eight per cent, of  all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely, and  altogether cured. Such a record wonld be remarkable if the  cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when  that record applies to the treatment of more than half-a- million women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal,  and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the first ol  specialists in the treatment of women's diseases.  Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, Absolutely without  charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without  any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prest.,  Buffalo,  N. Y.  DR. PIERCE'S   FAVORITE   PRESCRIPTION  2VXn3x.csi6�� "tXToalx. 'Women. Strong,    Slols.  ^TCojerio-m.   "��r:������..*���" i..  Dr. English is the Liberal candidate for Rossland, succeeding  J. A. Macdonald, resigned.  The Nelson hotel, Nelson, has  been sold to J Griffin, of St.  Thomas, Ont., for $18,000.  Thet Lloyd-George budget has  passed its third reading and is  now up to the House of Lords.  shadows of failure in everything  that is proposed to help the town,  for heaven's sake go into some  secluded canyon and kick your  own shadow on the clay bank,  and give the men who are working to build up the town a chance.  One long-faced, hollow-eyed,  whining, caping, chronic kicker  can do more to keep away business and capital from a town than  all the drouths, short crops,  chinch bugs, cyclones and blizzards combined.���Phoenix Pioneer.  Politicians are beginning to  take an interest iu the poll of  voters that Washington suffragists are taking. The work is  going forward in all counties.  Thruston, the home of the state  capital, is in the lead, and before  long the women in charge of the  campaign hope to have some tangible idea as to where they stand  in their fight for the ballot. Aspiring candidates in several places  have asked, to see the result of  the poll, when completed, with a  view to making up their mind  how they stand on the issue. All  of this activity is preliminary to  the vote that will- be taken on the  amendment to the constitution  next fall, which will grant the  right of suffrage to women.  The Lord's Day Alliance of  Canada is working to close every  postoffice in the Dominion on  Sundays.  Three women were appointed  to the New York board of education by late Mayor George B. Mc-  Clellan last week.  constipation,  dealers.  Sold    by    druggists   &  "Trust your dog till the end, a  wormn���rtill the first opportunity," savs an old proverb. And  trust a man till he h elected to  office.  Convalescents from fevers and in-  juri��'s that have kept fieiii bed ridden  tor Nome time and all people run down  and below par generally will find a  course of treatmeut with Ferrovim,  the invigorating tonic just the thing  to put them on their feet again in  good shape. Ferrovim is composed of  fresh lean beef, Citrate of Iron and  pure old Spanish Sherry Wine. $1.00  pur bottle.  How do stamps resemble the old  man walking th��i floor with boy  twins?    They carry the mails.  All the coast papers and most  of the interior papers ��are booming Fort George, the new town-  site on the G. T. Pacific.  MEN WANTED  It is harder than  ever to get a  good  man   for  any  kind of job.  The kind wanted are usually filling positions  just a  little  below  that  for which  they are sought.  A commercial concern  advertised  the other  day   for a responsible  man, offering a high  salary, and  the proprietor   said   he   received  four replies, not one of which was  from one he would employ. , The  men he wanted were all engaged.  This  world is  overflowing  with  those  who   are   just  able" to  do  something passably well   and the  host of mediocrities aud   incapa.  bles   are   clambering   over  each  other to get into places they cannot  fill.    The   man   with  brains  and persevering industry has only  to show his head above the crowd  and he is "nabbed."    Let no one  say there is no chance  today for  genuine  worth.    Ask   any  busi-  Last week a C. P. R. special  covered tbe 180 miles from Medicine Hat to Calgary in 180 minutes, which included the stops for  water.  Commander Robert E. Peary  was last week voted a gold medal  by the National Geographical  society for having reached the  North pole.  High officials of the C. P. R.  visited Nelson last week and investigated features of Nelson and  surroundings with the view to  the erection of a standard type  tourist hotel.  Whv does a postage stamp resemble a bad boy? Because you  can't get any real good oufi of it  until you give it a licking.  Croup is most prevalent during the  dry cold weather of the early winter  months. Parents of young children  should be prepared for it. All that is  needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. Many mothers are  never without it in their homes and it  has never disappointed them. Sold by  all druggists & dealers.  Why is it we never hear of the  husbands of the English suffragettes?  Allen's Lung Balsam is the standard  cure for Coughs and Colds in the  States and Canada.  Proper attention to the hah'  and scalp is the best preventive  of baldness. An occasional application of Bearine Hair Pomade keeps the scalp in healthy  condition. It nourishes the  hair folicles and supplements  the natural oil of the head.  Bearine not only prevents falling hair but stimulates new  growth. 50 cts a jar at your  druggists.  Electric  current   supplied   for  *  *  *   Power. Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, wi-th an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  +1  *  A simple effective remedy for many little  ills as well as some that are not considered  little: A compound with a Vaseline base, in  conjunction with Japanese Menthol and  othcrdrurs making an efficacious remedy for  Sore Throat,  Burns, Braises,  Strains. Sprains,  as well as for Insect Bites, Cuts, etc.  Just the thins for campers, hunters, as  well as for those that stay at home.  25c a box.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE, Montreal  Pacific Hotel  Gkikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and. Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  I envy mv hair," said the man  of tnanv failures, " because it is  coming out on top,"  F. E. Simpson, the "old man"  of the Cranbrook Herald, who  started the paper in 1898, has sold  out to T. M. Roberts.    Mr. Sitnp-  The first food of the day.  Every man, woman and child begins  the day with more or less vigor of  mind and strength of body according  to the first food supplied to the stomach.  The best first dish of the day is a bowl  of Quaker Oats. The stomach can assimilate it more quickly and with less  effort than other foods. There is little  or no waste and every ounce of food  is converted into muscle, vigor and  brain activity. The strongest people  in the world are the regular eaters of  Quaker Oats. You should eat it for  breakfast every clay. Loyal Canadians  are proud of this great industry. The  mills are at Peterborough.  If you are convenient to the store  you'll probably buy the regular size  package. For those who live in the  country the large size family package  is more satisfactory. The large package contains a piece of handsome china  for the table.  Will  (Trado Mark.)  CIVE VOU AH APPETITE!  TONE YOUR NERVES I  MAKE YOU STRONCI  MAKE YOU WELL I  Dr. Iturgess, Med. Supt of the  l'n.i. IlnPi'.iiiil f;>r Insane, Montreal,  l>rvvri;..'S it c.mst:intly andgive9 us  ]i.:-i,.i ,i.m to ���� his name.  50c. ond S1.00 Bottles.  DAVIS Jv I.AWKT.NCK CO., Montreal.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That thirty  clays afterdate. I intend to apply, to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner ot Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the ol lowing described lands, situate in the  Greenwood District: 'J  rommendnjr ata p 'Stat tne southwest corner  of Lot 2337, pre-emption, thence east eighty  chains, thence north eUrhty chains, thence west  eighty chains, thence south eighty chains to  place of commencement, and containing 640  acres  Dated this 19th day of October, 1909.  A. H. NOYES.  NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN That, thirty  days after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following described lands, situate in the  Greenwood District:  Commencing at a post at the southwest corner  of Lot 2337, pre-emption, thence west eighty  chains, thence north eighty chains, thence east  eighty chains, thence south eighty chains to  place of commencement, and containing 640  acres.  Dated this 19th day of.-.October, 1909.  J. H. EAST.  NOTICE  In the matter of the Land Registry Act:  AND  IN THE MATTER of the title to the  north   half  of   the   southeast   quarter,   and  northeast  quarter  of   Section   twenty-nine,  and south  half of southeast quarter of Section  thirty-two, Township   seventy   (except  C. & W. right of wayl, and  Lot 819, Group 1,  Oaoyoos Division, Yale District.  Whekbas,  The  certificate  of  title  to  the  above   hereditaments,   being   certificate    No.  62S3A, in the name of Robert Wood, has been  lost or dcstro3-ed, and   application   has  been  made to me for a duplicate thereof;  NOTICE Is hereby given that a duplicate  certificate of Title to the above hereditaments  will be Issued at the expiration of one month  from the date of the first publication hereof,  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  contrary is made to me in writing.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Land   Registrary   office,   Kamloops,   B.   C.  OctoDer 11,1909. 7-5t  Renewal of Hotel License.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That, thirty  days after date, I intend to apply to thft Hon,  Chief Commissioner of Laud and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described lands, situate iu the Greenwood District:  Commencing at a post at the southwest corner  of Lot 2337, pre-emption, thence south forty  chains, then, e west one hundred and sixty  chains, thence north forty chains, thence east  one hundred and sixty chains to place of commencement, and containing 640 acres  Dated this 19ih dav of October, 1909.  H. BUNTING.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: In Graham  Camp, south of and adjoining Granada  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geonre R. Naden,  Free Miners' Certificate No. B272''7, intend, sixty days ironi the date hereol, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, fur the putpotis: ot obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of October, A. D. 1909.  6 GEORGE R. NADEN.  Application lor Liquor License  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  V *T* *T* *#* *J* *T* *���* *T* ***  Snynopsis ol Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  TENDERS WANTED  Tenders will be received np to Monday, the  15th day of November, 1909, for the installation  of a steam heating and ventilating plant in the  Greenwood public school building.  Plans and specifications may be seen at the  office of the undersigned.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. G. B. TAYLOR,  Secretary to Trustees.  Greenwood, B. C, Nov. 4,1909.  AT THE CHURCHES  Methodist���Rev. W. J. Williams  will conduct services in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m,; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening.  7:30,  Take notice that I, Frank Bell, of Anaconda.  Ii. C, intend to appto' to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of  one month from the date hereof, for a renewal  of my hotel license for the premises known as  the Vendome Hotel, situated on lot 8, block 5,  map 24, in the town of Anaconda, B. C, in the  district of Yale.  Dated at Anaconda, B. C, October 15. 1909.  FRANK BELL.  Take notice that I, S T. Larsen, of Rock  Creek, B.C., intend to apply to the Superintendent of Police, at the expiration of one  month from tbe date hereof, for a renewal of  my hotel license for the premises knowu as the  Kivcr.side Hotel, at Rock Creek, B C.  i-ateii this 8th dav of October, 1909.  SAMUEL T. LARSEN,  6-4t Rook Creek, B. C,  Catholic���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rbv. J. A. Bkdard, O. M. I.  pastor.    Chorch of England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 8 a.m;  other Sundays   at   11 a. m.  Saints' Day services as announced  in  Church.  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  Renewal of Hotel License  TAKE NOTICE that I, L. E. Salter, of Midway, B.C, intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of  une month from the date hereof, for a renewal  of my hotel license for the premises known as  the Hotel Spokane, situate at Midway, B. C.  Dated at Midwav, B. C, 15th day of Oct., 1909.  L. E. SALTER.  00000000000000000000000900  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREFMOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE    65.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  FOR SALE  Four-roomed house and lot at corner  of Church street and Kimberly ave.���  $200 cash. Write to W. D. Flinn, Top-  penish, Wash.  ANY available Continion Lands within thj  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may bi  homesteaded by any person who is the sole "  of a family, or any male over 18 years of ag<  to the extent of one-qnarter section of 160 acre:  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the loi  land office for the disrict in which the land  situate. Entry by proxy may, however,  made on certain conditions by the fathe  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of a  Intending homesteader.  The homesteader ia required to preform tb  conditions connected there with under one o  the following plans;  1) At least six months' residence upon an  cultivation of the laud,in each year for thre  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is di  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a fart  in the vicinity of the land entered for, the r  quirements as to residence may be satisfied b'  such person residing with the father or mothei  (3) If the settler has his permanent residenc  pon farming land owr.ed by him in the vlcii  ity-of his homestead,-tlte requirements as to re  idence may be satisfied by residence upon th  said land.  Six mouths' notice itt-writi.igsbould beglve  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at O  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased  period of twenty -one years at an annual rea'  of $1. per acre.   Not  more than 2,560acres sua  be leased to one individual or company.   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The Copper Handbook contains,  this new and greatly enlarged editio  about 50 per cent, more matter th  the Bible���though not necessarily  better book because of its great bul  It is tilled with FACTS of vital it  portance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST^  THE CONSUMER \\  THE MINEFJ,  >  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt td  or $7.50in genuine full librarymoroc��  TERMS are most liberal.   Send  money, but order the book sent to y^  all carriage   charges   prepaid, on  week's approval, to be returned if  satisfactory, or paid for if it suits,  you afford not to see the book and juc  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and pu  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUG  TON, MICH., U.S.A. THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  �� Satan >  Sanderson  T  By HALLIE  ERM1NIE RIVES.  Author of  Hearts Courageous, Etc  Copyright    1908.     The  Bobbs-Merrlll   Company.  Harry Sanderson's eyes bad not lett  Hash's f��ce. He was thinking swiftly. The bolt from the blue had been  so recent that this sudden apparition  seemed a natural concomitant of the  situation. Only the problem was no  longer imminent It was upon him.  Jessica was not for bim���he had accepted that Though the clock might  not turn backward, this man must  stand between them.- Yet bis presence  now in the predicament was intolerable,  "Well," said Hugh, with a sneer,  "what have you got to say?"  "How much will you take for the  property?"  "That's your game. Is It? But I'm  not such a numskull! Whatever you  could offer, It's worth more to me.  I know you, Satan Sanderson," he  sneered. "You were always the same  precious hypocrite in the old days, pretending to be so almighty virtuous,  While you looked out for No. 1. I  saw through you then, too, when you  were posing as, my friend and trying your best all along to queer me  with the old man! I knew It well  enough. I knew what the reason was  too! You wanted Jessica! You"���  Self control left Harry suddenly, as a  ship's sail Is whipped from Its gaskets  In, a white squall. Before the words  could be uttered his fingers were at  Hugh's throat  At that Instant there was the sound  of running feet outside, a hurried  knock at the door and an agitated  voice that chilled Harry's blood to Ice.  His hands relaxed their, hold. He  dragged Hugh to the door of the :nner  room, thrust him inside, shut and bolted it upon him.  Then he went and opened the outer  door.  ��,�������������*  The accusation of Prendergast had  stunned Jessica's faculties. As in an  evil dream she had seen the sheriff rise  to his feet and methodically put the  fragment of paper into bis pocketbook.  A moment later she was running up  the dark path, her thoughts a confusion In which only one coherent purpose stood distinct���to warn him. They  would know no need to hasten. If the  man she loved bad reached the cabin,  she would be before them.  She stood before the door, her hands  clasped tightly, her eyes on Harry's  face.  "What has happened?" he asked.  "Men will be here soon���men from  the town.   I overheard them.   I wanted to let you know!" she hesitated.   It  had grown all at once difficult to, put'  into words.  "Coming here?   Why?"  "To arrest a man who is accused of  murder."  If her eyes could have pierced the  bolted door a few feet away!   If she  could  have seen   that   listening  face  behind it, as her clear tones fell, grow  Instinct with recognition,  amazement  and evil suspicion���a look that her last  word swept Into a sickly gray terror!  If she could  have heard  the groan  from the wretched man beyond!  "Whose murder?"  "Dr. Moreau's."  I   Jessica waited with caught breath,  'searching his countenance.   It was told  now, but he must know that she had  not credited it, that "for better, for  worse," she must believe In him now.  "I knew, oh, I knew!" she cried.   "You  need not tell me!"  "No," he said gravely, "I am not the  man they want It has all come back  to me���the past that I bad lost. Such  ' a crime has no part In it Jessica," he  said, "you have tried to save me from  danger tonight I need a greater service of you now. It is to ask no question, but to go at once. I cannot explain why, but you must not Btay here  a moment"  "Oh," she cried bitterly, "you don't  intend to leave!   You choose to face  It, and you want to spare me.   If you  really want to spare me, you will go!  i Why, you would have no chance where  j they have hated you so.    Prendergast  ; was killed robbing the sluice tonight,  and he lied���lied���lied!   He swore you  did it, and they will believe itl"  He put back her beseeching hands.  How could he explain? Only to get  her away���to gain time���to think 1  "Listen!" she went on wildly. "Thej  wfll wait to carry him to the town.  I can go and bring my horse here for  you. There is time! You have only  to send me word and I will follow you  to the end of the world! Only say  you will go!" '  He caught at the straw. The expedient might serve.  "Very well." he said; "bring him to  the upper trail and wait there for me."  She gave a sob of relief at his acquiescence. "I will hurry, hurry!" ��he  cried and was goue, swift as a swallow flight, into the darkness.  As he re-entered the cabin the calmness fell from Harry Sanderson as a  mask drops, and the latent passion  sprang In its place. He crossed the  room and drew the bolt for the wretched man who, after one swift glance at  his face, groveled on his knees before  him, sobered and shivering.  "For God's sake. FInrry. you won't  give me up?" Hugh cried. "You can't  mean to do that! Why, we were in  college together! I'd been drinking tonight or I wouldn't have talked to yon  as I did."  Harry drew his feet from the frantic  hands that clasped them. "Did yon kill  Moreau?" he asked shortly.  "It was an accident." moaned Hugh.  "I never intended to. I swear to heaven I didn't! He hounded me, and. be  tried to bleed me. I only meant to  frighten him off! Then���then���I was  afraid, and I ran for it That was  when I came to you at Anlston and���  we played." Hugh's breath came tn  gasps, and drops of sweat stood on his  forehead.  "When we ptayed!" he echoed. "H��v  bare you settled your debt, the "debt  of honor* you once counted so highly?  B��r have you nved siace tteaa? Hjctb  ^-V  yoti paid me those aays or decent living you staked, and lost?"  "But I will!" he exclaimed desperately. "If you'll only help me out of  this I'll live straight to ray dying day!  You don't know how I've suffered,  Harry, or you'd have some mercy on  me now! Let me go. Harry, for my  father's sake!"  "Your father Is dead," said Harry.  "Then for old time's sake!"  He tried  to clasp Harry's knees.   "They may be  here at any minute!  I must have been  seen   as  I   crossed   the   mountain!    1  thought it would never come out or 1 ;  wouldn't have come! I'll go far enough  away.    I'll go to South America, and ���  you   will  never  see  me  alive  again, |  neither you  nor  Jessica!   For  God's  sake, Harry, listen!   Jessica wouldn't'  want to see me hung!  For her sake!"    |  It was the Harry Sanderson of St  James' parish, of the scrupulous con-'  science���whose college career as Satan  Sanderson had come to be a fiery sore  in his breast���who now spoke. |  "Get up!" he said.    "Have you any .  money?" |  Hugh rose, trembling and ashen.  "Hardly $10," he answered. i  Harry considered hastily. He was-  almost penniless. Nearly all his share  of the strike had gone to repay the  forged draft "I have no ready cash,"  he said, "but the night we played in  the chapel I left a thousand dollars in  my study safe. I have not been there  since." He took pencil and paper from  his pocket and wrote down some figures hastily. "Here is the combination.   You must try to get that money."  "Wait," he added as Hugh's hand  was on the latch. He must risk nothing. He could make assurance doubly  sure. "A half mile from the foot of  the mountain, where the road comes in  from Funeral Hollow, wait for me. I  will bring a horse there for you."  Hugh crushed the paper Into his  pocket and opened the door. "I'll  wait" he said. He darted out, slipped  around the corner of the cabin and  stealthily disappeared.  Harry sat down upon the doorstep.  The strain had been great   In the re-  �� *  Be toning Harry's hand.  action he wns faint, and a mist was  before his eyes. The die was cast  Hugh could easily escape. Until be  himself spoke he would not even be  hunted. He, Harry Sanderson, was  the scapegoat, left to play bis part.  How long he sat there he did not  know. He sprang up at a muffled  sound. He had still a work to do before they came���for Hugh! He saw in  an instant, however, that It was Jessica, leading her horse by the bridle.  "I could not wait," she breathed  "You did not come, and 1 was afraid!"  Mounting, he leaned from the saddle  and took both her hands in his. Still  he did not kiss her.  "Jessica, you believe I am innocent?"  he asked anxiously.  "Yes���yes!"  "Will you believe what I am doing  is for the best?"  "Always, always!" she whispered,  her voice vibrating.   "Only go!"  He released ber hands and rode  quickly up the grassy path.  As she stood looking after him a  dog's whine came from the cabin. She  ran and released the spaniel and tool;  him up In ber arms.  As she did so a sparkle caught her  eye. It came from the tiny gold cross  lying where Hugh had flung it near the  lighted doorway. She picked it up.  looked at it a moment abstractedly and  thrust it into her pocket scarce consciously, for her heart was keeping  time to tbe silenced hoof beat that was  bearing the man she loved from danger.  ���        ���       *        *        *       +       ���  Where the way opened into the  gloomy cut of Funeral Hollow, Harry  dismounted and went forward slowly  afoot, leading the horse, till a figure  stepped from a clump of bushes to meet  him with an exclamation of relief.  Hugh had waited at the rendezvous in  shivering apprehension and dismal suspicion of Harry's intentions and had  not approached till he had convinced  himself that the other came alone.  He wrung Harry's hand as he said:  "If 1 get out of this. I'll do better  the rest of my life, I will, upon my  soul, Harryr  "You may not be able to get into the  chapel," said Harry; "my rooms"���he  felt his cheek barn as he spoke���"may  be occupied. On the chance that you  fall, take this." He took off the ruby  ring, whose interlaced initials had once  fortified him In his error of identity.  "The stone is worth a good deal. It  should be enough to take you anywhere."  Hugh nodded, slipped the ring on  his finger and rode quickly off. Then  Harry turned and walked rapidly back  toward the town.  e?C2  ilNESANDMMEi  the sound of steps in the  jail corridor and the harsh  grating of the key in the  lock, Harry rose hastily  from the iron cot whereon  c he had been sitting and  took a step forward.  "Jessica!" he exclaimed.  She came toward him, her breath  hurried, her cheek pale. Tom Felder's  face was at her shoulder. "I have a  little matter to attend to In the office,"  he said, nodding to Harry. "I. shall  wait for you there, Miss Holme."  She thanked him with a grateful  look, and as he vanished, Harry took  her hand and kissed it He longed to  take her in his arms.  "I heard of it only at noon," she began, her voice uncertain. "I was  afraid they would not let me see you,  so I went to Mr. Felder. They were  saying on the street that he had offered to defend you."  "I had not been here an hour when  he came," he said.  "I know you have no money," she  went on. "I know whnt you did with  the gold you found. And I have begged him to let me pay for any other  counsel he will name. 1 have not told  him���what I am to you, but I have told  him that I am far from poor and that  nothing counts beside your life. He  says you have forbidden him to do this  ���forbidden him to allow any help from  any one. Hugh, Hugh! Why do you  do this? The money should be yours,  not'mine, for it was your father's! It  is yours, for I am your wife!" .  He kissed her hand again without answering.  "Haven't I a right now to be at your  side?   Mayn't I tell them?"  H? shook his head. "Not yet, Jessica."  "I must obey you," she said, with a  wan smile, "yet I would share your  shame as proudly as your glory! You  are thinking me weak and despicable,  perhaps, because I wanted you to go  away. But women are not men, and I  ���I love you so, Hugh!"  "I think you are all that Is brave and  good," he protested.  "I want you to believe," she went on,  "that I knew you had done no murder.  If an angel from heaven had come to  declare it I would not have believed it  I only want now to understand." .  "What do you not understand?" he  asked gently.  She half turned toward the door as  she said, in a lower key: "After you  bad gone many things came back to  me that seemed strange���something curious in your manner. You had not  seemed wholly surprised when I told  you you were accused. Why did you  shut the cabin door and speak so low?  Was there any one else there when 1  came?"  He averted his face, but he did not  answer. She was treading on near  ground.  "My horse came back this afternoon," she continued. "He had been  ridden hard in tbe night and his flanks  were cut cruelly with a whip. You did  not use him, but some one did."  She waited a moment Still be made  no reply.  "I want to ask you," she said abruptly, "do you know who killed Dr. Moreau r  His blood chilled at the question. He  looked down at her speechless. "You  must let me speak," she said. "You  won't answer that Then you do know  who really did it Oh, 1 have thought  so much since last night! For some  reason you are shielding him. Was it  the man who was in the cabin���who  rode my horse? If he is guilty, why  do you help him off and so make yourself partly guilty? The whole town  believes you are guilty���I see It in all  their faces. They are sorry, many of  them, for they don't hate you as they  did, but they think you did it���even  Mr. Felder, though 1 have told him  what I suspect and though he is working now to defend you!"  "Jessica," he urged, "you must trust  me and have faith in me. 1 know It is  hard, but 1 can't explain to you! I  can't tell you���yet���why 1 do as I am  doing, but you must believe that I am  right."  "You speak as if you were sorry for  me," she said, "and not for yourself.  Is It because you know you are not in  real danger���that you know the truth  must come out only you can't tell It  yourself or tell me either?   Is that it?"  "It is not that. Jessica," he said  gravely, "yet you must not fear for me  ���for my life. Try to believe me when  I say that some time you will understand and know that 1 did only what 1  must"  "Will that be soon?" she asked.  "I think it may be soon," he answered. /  Her face lighted. Tbe puzzle and  dread lifted. "Oh. then," she said-  "oh, then, I shall not be afraid. I cannot share your thoughts nor your secret and I must rebel at that You  mustn't blame me���I wouldn't be a  woman If I did not���but 1 love you  more than all the world, and I shall believe that you know best Hugh," Bhe  added softly, "do you know that���you  haven't kissed me?"  Before her upturned, pleading eyes  and trembling lips the iron of his purpose bent to the man In him, and he  took her into his arms.  A frosty gloom was over the city of  Anlston, moon and stars hidden by a  cloudy sky, from which a light snow,  the first of the season, was sifting down.  The streets were asleep. Only occasional  belated pedestrians were to be seen in  the chilly air. These saw a man, his  face muffled from the snowflakes. pass  hurriedly toward the fountained square,  from whose steeple 2 o'clock was just  striking. The wayfarer skirted the  square, keeping in cover of the baild-  (Continued next week.)  Lame back conies on suddenly and  is extremely painful. It is caused by  rheumatism of the muscles. Quick relief is afforded by applying Chamberlain's Liniment Sold by all druggists & dealers.  The long-haired pianist is  known by his locks as well as by  his keys.  0��o����o��o<itt#��u?*��*oe��^o*��oittffo��  There   are   more   dog's  in tbe  mining    manger     than    in  any  other.  Another payment has bees  made on the Winslow group is  the Lardeau.  The Princeton Mining Co., i. f  which Robt. Stevenson is manager, has arranged to t>hip its  copper ore to the Granby smelter.  I' is estimated that were :he  output of the Salt minr< :>t SI.in-  icu, Roumanift, lo reach MM',000  tons a '.ear, it would not be exhausted in 2'vjO Tears.  mous total of $589,400,250. a re-  Z turn on a combine issued capiial-  ization of $549,584,825 equivalent  to 107 per cent, Of the 209 companies paying dividends during  the first 10 months of the present  year 76 operate in the United  States, !5 in Mexico, 15 in Canada and 3 in Central and South  America. Fourteen Canadian  companies, all but one in tin- Cobalt section, have so far thih vitr  paid to shareholders ��5,889,305.  and since incrprration $14 233,-  1(J4, on an issin.d capital zi inn  of $53,399,573. u: 20 per v.v.;.t. k-  turu, an t-xeeLeni shuwiuy fur  the few years ihe properties have;  beet! oprnifp'1.  H<��� 11rv Malviii, ilte prii.cipa  shareholder in the Malvin Mining SMiriica'e, operating hydraulic leases in Aflin, has returned  to France for :he winter. He  states the syndicate clean up tins  summer to be more than satisfactory.  H. W. Ruff, tho ageut. for the  Sullivau Drill company has left  Rossland and will reside in Los  Angles. Mr. Ruff was a most  popular old timer in Rossland,  having settled there in 18%. For  several months he has been in  illhealth. It, is hoped he will  find the lower altitude and warmer climate of the southland beneficial.   Further gold discoveries cf unusual richness are reported from  Whitney lownship, near Porcupine lake, Ontario, Mr James S.  Wilson, wbo has just returned  from the field, reported to the  Provincial Department of Mines  that exceptionally large quantities of the precious metal are being found on the surface, and exhibited some rich samples which  he had secured on the field. Free  gold is being found m considerable profusion, and a large showing of quartz is reported. The  report of one optimistic prospector alleges that gold to the value  of $7,000,000 is visible on the surface of the field, a statement  which is regarded as decidely enthusiastic in officials channels.  Mr. T. W. Gibson, Deputy Minister of mines, has however received reports that the gold deposits are of considerable value,  and Government officials are investigating, i  Mr. Justice Riddell, Toronto,  dismissed with costs the action  of  Louis .E.   Whicher,  of  New  Steel  an&e  Tbe oven door  of the Kootenay  drops down and  provides a shelf  upon which to  rest the pans  drawn from the  oven.  The door is  strongly braced  COIN WITHIN A COIN  A rc-m.iTk.ible find has br\n  made at Sandwich by a loca  tradesman. The shopman t����ok  over his counter among olher  coins a penny piece dated 1903.  Shortly aflerwards he had occas-  to part with it, and on lendcring  the coin it was thought by its  ring clo be a counterfeit. The  owner, on breaking it up, discovered to his astonishment that it  contained a sixpence of the same  date. Tbe silver coin is in  excellent condition.  WATER GAUGE BURST  G. P R. Fireman Badly Scalded.  C. P. R fireman Geo. H. Duffus.wno  lives in Robertson street, Fort William,  while on his engine near Westford,  happened a nasty accident. The water  gauge of the locomotive burst and  scalded the whole of the left side ot  his face and head terribly.  " It so happened," Maid Duffus to our  representative, " that I had a box of  Zam-Buk i my pocket, ���which I used  for a sore on my lip, and when I had  recovered from the first shock of the  accident, I produced the balm and had  it applied freely to the scalded parts.  At the time I applied it I was suffering  acute agony, but withia a wonderfully  short time Zam-Buk gave me ease. I  was able to continue my journey, and  upen reaching home I obtained more  Zam-Buk'and continued the treatment.  It acted wonderfully w��ll, and in a ten  days had the wound nicely healing.  I don't know anything so fine as a  healer of burns, scalds, outs and similar injuries which workers are so liable  to. and in my opinion a box of Zam-  Buk should be kept handy in every  worker's home."  Thsre is something different and su-  period about Zam-Buk. Time and  again workers in all branches of trade  have proved its vast superiority over  the advertised ointments and salves of  the day. No doubt the fact that Zam-  Buk is made entirely from herbal essences and extracts, while ordinary  ointments contain more or less animal  fats and oils, goes a long way to explain Zam-Buk's superiority. However this may be, the fact remains that  in four continents to which it has been  introduced within ten years it has become the leading household balm!  For burns, cuts, scalds, bruises,  eczema, piles, ulcers, ring worn*, Itch,  salt-rheum, bud lag, festering sores,  MC���X  For sale by the Hunter=Kendrick Co., Ltd.  York,     against      the      National j chapped places, cold sores, frost bites,  Trusts   Company,     Limited,    lor j and a,i skin injuries and diseases, Zam-  1 < Buk is beyond doubt a most marvelous  $8,200.    Plaintiff is the holder of j cure.  $10,000 in bonds of ihe Dominion !    Druggists and stores sell at SO ceuts  _ . , | a box and the Zam-Buk  Co..  Toro'uto,  Copper   Company,    Limited,   of i will mall a boXi po8l free> npon rerelpt  British  Columbia, which has be-;of price, to any  of our readers who  may have difficulty in obtaining a sup  ply of the genuine Z3m-Buk from their  local stores.  come insolvent. In 1907 the defendants rccfived ��170,000 in cash  from the company, which they  were directed to apply to tbe purchase of bonds, of which the  company had issued one million  dollars. Plaintiff claimed that  he had been ready to sell his at  82, and that defendants had paid  a much higher figure to other  bond holders. His Lordship  holds that the company was  merely directed by the company,  which was doing a profitable  business at the time, to , apply  tke money to buy up bonds, aad  that they presumably did so to  the satisfaction of the company,  and were not liable to plaintiff in  any way.          There can be no doubt of the  enormous profits in mining when  it is learned through a careful  compilation by The Mining  World that 109 American companies during the first 10 months  of 1909 paid their shareholders  $62,850,110. It is further learned  that these 109 American mines  and metallurgical works have  paid since incorporation the enor-  THE JOKE WAS ON THEM  Two capricious young ladies  planned to have some fun when a  certain man called to spend the  evening. They thought it  would be great sport to imitate  everything he did. When the  young man entered the parlor he  blew his nose, which each of the  girls promptly imitated. Thinking it a pecular incident the  young man proceeded to stroke  his hair. Both girls followed.  Then he straightened his collar.  They did the same and a few  dimples and smiles began to appear in spite of them. Now it  was the young man's turn, He  was positive of his ground and  calmly stooped down and turned  up his trousers!  When a cold becomes settled in the  system, it will take several days' treatment to cure it, and the best remedy to  use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  It will cure quicker than any other,  and also leaves the system in a natural  and healthy condition. Sold by druggists & dealers.  The girl with sparkling eyes is  apt to possess a lot of blooming  cheek.  Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C.  BUCKLESS      PROPRIETOR    ,/*\r**\r  IStJSSB7?!  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD   OFFICE:     L-   L.   MATTHEWS'   CIGMt   STORE  Prompt attention tc Express ;>tid Frc'fclit.  NG, Prs.  GILLIS & LR  $5,000 A YEAR  It is a common belief that  poetry doesn't pay. Verse-making is nowadays considered by  most people as a waste of time.  Magazine editors will accept a  few choice poems from well-  known poets, but any other aspiring wingers must pre force pav  to have their work put into type.  The spectacle of a poet living on  the proceeds from the sale of liis]  verse is as rare as it is remark-|  able. Yet there is actually in j  Canada a    yuri}.  LIMITED  Runs Daily Except Sunday  Loaves (.Jreomvood 10 a. ni.,   2  p. m.  anil 8:30 \\ in  Lcivs   Mother   Lode   Mine 8 a. in ,  V2:3t> u. in  ami 0:30 p   in.  Late sla^o leaves Green woo 1   Saturdays at 10 o'clock.  Head oflice. Mother Lode Mine.  Greenwood <>'1i ���������. Xorden Hotel.  Fare      S0c  K'iiukI trip.       .      SI.00  Trunk   1 00  poet    wbo    is I <Iri|��       25c  .     " ,,    I Blankets      50c  making enough   m >uev annually I |,.,rci,ls 25c  from the sale of a few positns to  yield him sm cxtretnoly nice income It was only the other dtiy  that a cheque for $5,000 was  mailed to Robert W. Service, the  poem of the Yukon, to cover royalties on his two books of verse,  "Songs of a Sourdough." and  "Ballads of a Cheechako," for  the past twelve months. Our  other Canadian poets may well  look upon this achievement wir.h  envy and despair. Some interesting particulars about this young  genius appear in the November  Busy Man's Magazine.  F  "^  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STAGE  Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a m.  t<-  OMiinect with Spokane train: -nd  at 2 \j in     with  Keremeos  lra:n.  J. McDonell.  Trading on a good nnme and deceiving the public is what the imitators of  the well-known "The D. & L'' Men  thol Piaster are doing. Don't be  fooled. Insist on the genuine, "The  D. &L."  ik  ^S  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  R3gSK$8iSSStf^{ai^^  ,��  ����B  0  Cream  is the most efficient and  perfect of leavening agents*  MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR  No alum, lime or ammonia.  Town topics  Vote for D, A. Mac Donald.  See "Cousin Kate" at the Auditorium November 17. The best  ever.  Don't forget to see "Cousin  Kate" at the Auditorium November 17.  of Dec; 1st, as staled last week-  The admission will be 50 cents  only^ which includes, a high tea  in the Japanese tea room, the  evening entertainment, and the  privilege of patronizing the  fancy, candy and flower stalls.  . MINIMIZES WAR SCARE  ^"SBI  HWMb  Don't Be a  "Put-it-off"  GKI'  A  "Good Cheer'  FOR  CHRISTMAS  DO IT NOW  There Is nothiw? sold that can compete with our Rawres  in either quality or price. ,   ���  We have a fine assorted line of Heaters at  surprisingly low prices.  I  A.L.WHITE  The Stove and Furniture Man  Greenwood, B. C.  Phone 16  ^mmm?wmmmyHmy?tTH?!igm??myTnmTwmmmmmm^  REGINA  WATCHES  >=9  ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  AL*!,  SIZES ALL.  PRICES  COME   IN   AND  SEE  THEM  *=9  AT  yz  I  BUY YOUR MILK  ___���-_������. FROM  THE   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily I  BOTTLED   MILK   A SPECIALTY |  ���    s  I  Fred   Jenks,   Prop'r.  ,!  LADIES  r-'.^.-^-.^-.^^;/)  %  a  Do you want GD1& liuijlish initial note  paper and envelopes to write your  letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  Don't forget the National Apple Show at Spokane, November  15-20. 1909.  Is your subscription due? You  can easily tell bv looking at the  label of your paper.  The vocal  quinfcttt  at   the im  promtu concert was out  of  sight  and to memory dear.  The Sr.. Judos' Cburch   Ladies'  Guild will meet on Tuesday   nt'M  at the house of Mrs. Venables.  i  Joe Wiluishurst. of Victoria,  an old time resident of Greenwood, is visitiuj; liis many friends  here.  Dan Patterson, of Phoenix, the  Liberal candidate for Grand Forks  Riding, was in Greenwood this  week.  Don't forget the Bazaar and  entertainment is November 26,  at the Auditorium instead of  December 1.  Will the courteous gentleman,  who kindly answered the Editor's  advertisement, accept this intimation of thanks.  D. M. Mcintosh has purchased  a 15 acre fruit farm near Buckeye, Wash., but three miles from  Spokane city limits  R. M. Richards, wanted at  Kelowna for horse stealing has  been captured by Chief of Provincial Police Bunbury.  Georgo Beattie, who was so severely injured near Eholt last  week by the wrecking of a C. P.  R. engine, is recovering rapidly.  All subscribers to the PamiW  Herald and Weekly Star for 1010  will receive a copy of the beautiful picture, the Souls Awakening.  J. C Duthie arrived in Greenwood last Friday from Aberdeen,  Scotland. He has taken a position in the Candian Bank of Commerce.  The local Typographical union  met at Greenwood last Sunday.  Members from Grand Forks,  Phoenix and Greenwood were  present.  Kenneth McKenzie who, has  taken over the building and contracting business of H, Bunting  is open to take charge of any  building and carpentry iu or out  of town.  ���'Aviation Blue," is the latest  color for ladies dress and sounds  skiey and appropriate, but "Aeroplane green" seems to hint at the  green envy of failures of would  be flyers.  Duncan Murray won the S3  gold piece at the Big Union show  at the Auditorium last Tuesday  night. The preformance was  good and the audience large. It  will be still better next Tuesday,  On Thuraday, H, L. Blanch-  ardof Puyallup, Wash., lectured  on dairying at the Riverside  Hotel, Rock Creek, and will lecture today at Bridesville. The  Farmer's Institute of Rock Creek  hold meetings both days.  A brilliant irnpromtu concert  was given bv the talented lady  and gentlemen who arrived at the  Auditorium, on Wednesday night,  to hear the invisible Cassel Per-  cival Entertainers. The buck  and wing dancing of one of our  leading citizens was especially to  be  commended.  The Cassel Percival Entertainers who were billed to preform  here on Wednesday did not make  an appearance and broke their  contract to F. W. McLaine, manager of the Auditorium. They  should be made to pay for the  expense the management have  been put to and more.  The Ladies of St. Jude's Guild  will hold a Bazaar in the Auditorium, on November 26,   instead  Asked about the recent navy  scare in Great Britain, Baron Wil-  mowski, while in Winnipeg, said  be did not believe that auy educated person, either in Great Britain or Germany had any hostile  intentions toward Great Britain.  Germany, it is said, was building  a fleet for precisely those reasons  which caused other uations to  build fleets. Principally, she had  to protect her growing commerce.  "Why," he said wjih a smile  which seenu'd to settle the question. "I hear tliat Clliada is  building a navy."  ��� Louis XIV., drank the first  cup of coffee made in France. It  was then worth over $25 a pt,und.  Many men have called other  men liars, but Peary is the first  one we ever heard of to do it and  then copyright it.  Even people who are usually  healthy occasionally require  some kind of a food tonic. Ferrovim, that excellent combination of beef, iron and sherry  ���wine, if taken when the system is run down from overwork or a slight cold, will  prevent a more serious illness.  Ferrovim gives strength to convalescents and all thin-blooded  people.    $1.00 a bottle.  The old, old story, told times without number, and repeated over and  over afjain for the last 36 years, but it  is always a welcome story to those in  search of health���There is nothing' in  the worl.l that cures coughs aud colds,  as quickly as Chamberlaints Cough  Remedy. Sold by all druggists &  dealers.  MASTER  CURES every sort of Muscular pain,  such as Sciatica, Stitches. Cricks, Tic,  Twiching of the Muscles, Lumbago  and Headache. Don't throw away  money for worthless Imitations, by unscrupulous makers.   Get the genuine.  Each plaster 25c. in an air-tieht tin  box. 1 yard roll $1.00. Mailed upon  receipt of price, or sample for 5c.  WE GUARANTEE that ttiey will relieve  pain quicker than any other plaster.  DAVIS & LAWRENCF. CO., Montreal.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  ()il see A. L. White, the Stove and  KurniUire man.  A Los Angles man has left a  fortune to a girl who refused to  to marry hiin. Greater gratitude than that hath no man.  You need a good salve in the house.  Davis' Menthol Salve is the best. It  cures sunburn, mosquito and insect  bites and stings, piles, old sores, skin  diseases, etc.    25c. per tin.  The British suffragettes refuse  to   eat   when    imprisoned;  their judges tried fudge?  havp  Don't try to patch up a lingering cough by experimenting.  Take  Allen's  Lung Balsam  and relief is certain to follow.  Cures   the    most    obstinate  coughs, colds, sore throats, or  bronchial inflammation.  All dealers.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  J  if  Vl-y not tal:e it ea*v by tine tide of a  Heater boner Ju of A. \j. Whitr?  Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Goods. Large  selection.    Barclay & Co.  FOR RENT���3-room house suitable  for baching.  Apply at Thomas Drug Co.  Newand old Heating Stoves.  New and old Stove Pipe.  New and old Stove Boards.  New and o'd A. L,. White.  Our stock of Millinery for fall is  .large and complete, latest styles.  Barclay & Co.  First wreck one milo be'.ow the Jew  tunnel and half a mile above the Gentile? lunrel. Sunshine strurk Ji'Ck  Frost arid knocked him into the nioi.--  ture. Help tho sun by buying a Heatrr  uf the Stove and Furniture man. A. L  White.   ROOMS FOR KENT in hrick block.  Apply at Thomas Drug Store.  The Bev Irl R. Hicks Almanac for 1910  Ready November 15th, 1909, a splendid year-book, on astronomy and meteorology, the only one containing the  original "Hicks Weather Forecasts.,,  By mail, postpaid, 35c, on newstauds,  30c. One copy free with a year's sub  scription to Word and Works, the Rev.  Irl R. Hicks Monthly Magazine, th*  best SI. monthly in America. Discounts on Almanacs in quantities  Agents w.anted. Remember, the genuine''Hicks Forecasts" are not published anywhere else--you get them  only in his own publications. WORD  AND WORKS PUBLISHING CO .  2210 Locust St,. St   Louis, Mo.  Iu st arrived, a carload of choice  Winter  EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE   AT THE -  s  Russell-Law Caulfield Co.,Ltd.  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES and FURNISHINGS  FOR SALE  Bowling Alley, consisting of two  Brunswick-Balke-Collender alleys in  good repair, eighteen assorted balls  and all necessary fixtures.  Apply to E. Hallett, P. O Box 266,  Greenwood, B. C. 7  FOR SALE  Small steel range, only used a short  time.    Price, $15.  Apply P. O. Box 44, Greenwood.  3 Type in its most eloquent use ��)  * will not adequately describe the Is  3 extraordinary values in our Shoe fc  3 Department,   so  we   will   simply ��;  5 confine our statements to a plain ��  3 mention of facts. ��|  <i   Men's Box Calfskin Boots  $5.50 $4.65 %,\  _    Men's medium weight Calfskin Boots, fcJ  *i leather lined'         4.75   3 90 ��  3   Men's heavy every day Boots,  broad k|  ^ toe, a splendid wearer     4.50    3.65 %\  *_   One dozen Boys' genuine box calfskin ��1  * Boots, sizes 10 to 13     2.25   1.65 fcj  <%   Men's carpet Houseslippers          1.25      .95 H  I w.wxTraig 1  S    CASH STORE |  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and equipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. COI.DWEI.I,,  Brandon, Manitoba.  ���ggBKBREI  Slaughter Sale  ONE WEEK ONLY  COMMENCING  MONDAY, NOV. 22  Digging Boots, Fine and Heavy  Shoes, Underwear, Shirts,  Collars, Etc., Etc,  10 Per  Cent  Below Cost  The Mother Lode Store  MOTHER LODE MINE  Call us up right now.  Telephone B-l.  F. JAYNES  GrocerwBaker  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour  $2.ooASJtCK  Mi  r  r  I'  r  r  $  i  n  n  I  I  I  Just the thing  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHISKY  Greenwood Ciquor Co*  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  !'3Sv5J^S3W5��S3^aN5��S��*SSH5��S55>i3��^^  jf'���^Sff-' 73  I  I  u  I  T  ARE Y0B BRY?  Beer   Beer   Beer  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co.  it  I  I  I  I  BEER  BEER       BEER  U  SCHOOL  SUPPLIES  WALL PAPEIWNew shipment just arrived*  Latest designs and colorings,  Low Prices*  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,   KODAKS  AND SUPPLIES  ..mKr.r^rtauwju


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