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 m;  mmz  mm  '���M<  Ussi  mm  m?!>  l  GRMWOOD,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,    DECEMBER 18, 1908.  Commencing Saturday, Dec. 5th we will place on  Sale our entire stock 'of staple and Fancy ��� Dry.  Goods.    At a discount of    * ,  ��� ���';^5vPer Cent. '  One quarter off everything in the store���nothing  reserved���buy yowr Christmas goods early, while  the assortment and sizes are complete.  BARCLAY* CO.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES���MILLINERY  -    . o  oooooooooowooooooooooocxoo oooo��>ooeoooooooooo��ooooo<>o  Curling Club,  At a meeting of the Curling  club last oight the. following  -skips and rinks were scheduled  for the season's games,' and the  match of president and vice-president will begin this evening.,;  C. A.:Dempaey.'.... ���...��� Cum���tins  N. McLeod      J. Grier  J. D, Spence Dr. W. E. Spankie  H. Bunting-, skip...W.G. McMynn, skip  No. 15  ** ���"'V,^/>^��\/����V/^v  MINING  B.C/COPPER GO'S"  STATEMENT  Letter of Warning to Stockholders.  fl^P^^^r*  5 Fountain  J    Pens.  i  iWHEN YOU THINK OF  S  Regina  Watches *  ������ *  _  ^ Real Rose Hat Pins, Hand-paiated China, ��  A. Greigr. A. H.Noye*  O. Hawtre'y  .....W./C. H. Wilson  N. Lamont ...D. C. McRae  K C. B. Frith...D. A. MacUonak, skip'  T. Jenkin .....Rev. V. Venables  ��� Merrihew ....". C. McClung  A. Thpmaa...  BJ. G.Warren  H. McCutcheon,akip..E. W. Bishop.sklp  Rev. F. J. Rutherford..A. M. Davidson  G.Evant..      D. Ross  T. Gulley............. .1......l.:....C. H. Fair  J. B. Birnie, skip. ...Dr. Simmons, skip  Ji'.EJ. McAllister. .......:... J. N. Dunlop  J. R. Bjtown.l...!.:;..-.- ...H.-T Hunter  G. B. Taylor ....... Chas. Summers  S. il. Johnson, skip.....,BJ.B. Dill, skip  ���Rochfort.���....:....���?..............A. Barneit  J, McCreath..................,���...&. M. Tees  C. J', Wilson..................is. R. Redpath  J. A. Russell. ��kip......J. L. Coles, skip  THINK OF  _  Cake  Baskets, k  _  Butter   Dishes.  f  J" Cut Glass, Silver Tea Sets,  J < , Silver Fruit  Baskets,  ^ jjieaoi   x rays,    uuviv.l    _/j.oiico�� ��^  J Watches, Watch Chains, Watch Fobs, fc  Id  Clock's, "Rings, Cuff Buttons, ���  __  Brooches, Diamonds, Necklets _  ������-    AND ��� ! : ���  ___________ fe  IWatcliinakers *  Jewellers    $  Repair  Work  rirJ  ip K* ip ��r if ** ��r if ir K* r  0^OOOO0O04K>O0O<KMK>O0O0O0<>0OCKXX>OO0<>0OO000OOOOOOO000O  Making a well known  Underwearbetter known  Stanfield's Under-Wear is the best  value inaiiiifectured   _  The only place you can secure this line is from us.  Mens Heavy Grey Ribbed, all wool $2.50 Suit  Mens Extra Heavy Grey, all wool ~ 3.00 Suit.  Mens Heavy Brown Ribbed, all wool 4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 5.50 Suit.  The above lines are guaranteed not to Shrink.  Boundary Fall's Items  Mr. S. Moore, teacher of the  school,- has resigned his position,  and Mr. Peter Ryan, secretary of  the Board of Trustees, is open to  receive applications for the post  of instructor for January 1 st, 1908.  TheJ0P.R. has a large gang  of men building a bridge at the  west end of the town over Boundary Greek. "  The railway company agreed  with the Government to erect this  bridge so that the tea ms of the  travelling public might not, be  frightened by the engines on the  side track. , '  Mr. P. F. Rbbsa, who lias been  in New York on business, connected wilh the Dominion Copper  Co., is expected back next week.  The executive offices of the  B.C. Copper Co., Ltd., have issued a letter to the stockholders  cautioning them against unfavorable representations which have  been made concerning their properties and operations by persons  associated with a former officer  ��f the company.  -.  The total net profits of the  company since the resumption of  operations last; June amount to  #232,609, and the total production  5,547,874 lbs. fine copper.  The total value of the November output is ��188,378, of which  the gold and silver values amount  to 29 per cent, $53,843. ; '  As the billing prices of copper  were below the prices "at which  settlements will be made, the net  'profits will be somewhat greater  than here shown.  nual general meeting for the election of chairman and members of  council of the branch for the  ensuing year.  Future of Copper  (mining science).  Methodist Bazaar  & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer inMen'sWear in Greenwood  oi i  0*000000004>OOOC>000<>00<>0^04>0<>0<}000<><>00000<X��^^  3<H>0<>00O00O0O0O0OO<H>0<)-D<^0O0 00000��<>0<K><>000<><>00000000<>0  Xmas Goods  Manicure Sets,    Fancy Perfumes,    Hand Painted China,  &*.-Toilet Sets, Plate Mirrors, Cut Glass Pieces,       ."  Military Brushes,    Evening Fans,       -Shaving Sets,  Ebony Brushes,-    Smoker's Trays,      Card Cases,  Atomizers,        .      Silver Soap Boxes,    Pocket Books,  Cut Glass Bottles,'   Tobacco Jars, Ladies' Pursee,  Hand Bags, Eye Glass Chains,   Cjgar Cases,  Guitars, Mandolins, Violins,  -     Banjos, Accordeons,        Mouth Organs  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist church held a very successful Bazaar on ��� Friday last, and  desire to thank the patrons for  the success of the fair. There  were five booths���all very tastefully arranged and full ot such  wares as seemed geod to the  buyers for the sales went rig ht  merrily on and 10 p.m. saw almost everthing cleaned cut, and  the ladies wearing smiling faces  for the; afternoon and evening  brought in just about $i60 in  round numbers.  Then . the refreshments given  during the whole evening for 15c  a head proved a big attraction,  and was well'patronized and everybody seemed satisfied.  Predicts 18 Gent CJopper  Questioned as to the .effect of  the prospective rise in ';the. price  of copper on the electrical engineering-business, the president of  a corporation which is 4 considerable consumer of that metal said  to a representative' of ;the Wall  Street Summary:        >. ���  "We do not worry-.about the.  price of copper. Of course it is  going higher. In my opinion it  will be 18 cents a pound in Feb-  rttary. More than onerhalf: the  world's copper consumption is in  small factories and shops. The  little foundrys of our country and  Europe use twice as much copper,  in the aggregate, as is worked up  by the great engineering corporations. It is the little fellows  that pay the high prices. , My  corporation did not not buy any  copper to speak of when it got  above. 20 cents a pound. We  tjpught largely at 16 cents to 18  cents, and after that we depended  upon copper mines owned by dir-  [ectors in our corporation."  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC GO.  The Store of Quality,'    ,"  .  Next Door to Post Office.  c 5  S. Moore, B.A., principal of the  Boundary Falls' school is leaving  at the end of the present term.  There were 13 candidates initiated into the Order of Owls on  Tuesday night.  Elegant Hand-painted and Fancy China, the largest variety ia  Greenwood to select from aud at  low prices at Coles' Bookstore.  For Christmas and New Year  Holiday the Canadian Pacific  railway announces a rate of fare  and one-third'for the round trip.  Tickets on sale for Christmas  December 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25',  fer New Year December 28, 29,  30, 31 and January 1, final return  limit on all tickets Januarys,  1909.      ���  Jewel Cases, Manicure Sets,  Smoker's Sets, Travelling Cases  in large variety at Coles' Bookstore.  Mining Operations at Portland  Canal.  The final payment of the $25.-  000 bond against the Lucky Seven  and Little Joe properties has been  paid by the directors of the Portland Canal Mining and Development company.   C.   H.: Dickie,  president,.and a large shareholder, is the authority for this statement.    Twelve claims situated on  Portland canal, the ore of which  is rich in gold, silver   and   lead,  now have been acquired and it is  proposed to commence active operations on a large scale   as soon  as   practicable   in   the   spring.  $80,000   will   be expended on an  aerial tramway, a   concentrator,  and a power plant.  " There are all so'ts of predictions regarding the future of copper, and they all seem to concur  in the idea that within 60 days  the price will be advanced to 15  cen ts or more. There are some  who place the prospective price  as high as 18 cents, which' price,  it is predicted, will be reached  in February, 1909.  There can be no doubt- that  during the great subsidence of  production the reserves were largely drawn on, and, as these have  been to a great extent exhausted,  the present supply comes from  the current reduction. With the  return of industrial activity the  demand for copper has been necessarily great, and the advance  to the present has been evidently  legitimate and natural. At the  same time the fear of a greater  advance has stimulated the large  consumers to lav in stocks on the  ruling prices to protect themselves against future possibilities;  There is a movement on foot  among the producers, manufacturers and dealers in copper and  brass to formulate some plan by  which the price may be held below 18 cents, which is considered  by those wbo are supposed to  know as a normal and legitimate  figure."  The average number of men  employed in connection with the  mines, mills, reduction- works,:t)f  Queensland during the year 1907  was 21,890, as against 23,047 for  the ^preceding year.  The white sands of New Mexico consist ot practically pure  gypsum.    .  Gold mining companies in New  Zealand paid dividends of $3,660,-  000 in 1907.  DENORO DOINGS,  MrsC E. M. Hines returned  home from Spokane, where she  had been spending the we^k.  Mrs. Axel Sponberg, of Phoenix, spent some days in camp visiting friends.  Harry Thomas, electrician,  Dinoro mines, left Thursday, via  V-V. & E. for Potter Valley,  California, where he has accepted  a more lucrative position. AH  his friends here wishe him all  success.  The Post office authorities have  been pleased to constitute the  Denoro P.O. into a money order  office. This will prove a great  boon for the residents as they  hud to walk 2% miles to Eholt to  -.o any money order business.  Assistant Postoffice Inspector  Murray, Vaucouver, was a visitor  in camp last Friday. He expressed himself as well pleased with  the way and the amount of business done in such a comparatively  small place.  Alex. C. McKenzie .left last  Tuesday week for his old home,  Shubenacadie,Nova Scotia,where  he intends staying a few months.  Miss Floss E. Scott, the Ranch,  left this week for Caledonia,Ont.,  -via Moosejaw and Chicago, to  spend Christmas with the old  folks.  A Debating Society has been  formed at Denoro, with M-. W.  Ludlow as president and R. B.  McLeod as secretary, supported  by a strong committee. Great interest is evinced in the meetings,  which are held ;every Tuesday  evening. It is the intention .oJE  the society to hold a social and  Xmas tree either on Xmas or  New Year's Eve. :  Mr. & Mrs. A. Wheeler spent  the week-end at Greenwood visiting friends.  METALS.  New   York,     Dec. 16���Silyer,  48%!; copper, 14 to !4jKi, weak.  London, Dec. 16���Silver 22 5-16;  lead, ;��13 3s. 9d.     -  ���   Copper Quotations.  Granby  97.00  B. C, Copper.....    8.25    8.50  Dominion Copper ........ .50    .62J_  Snowshoe  05%       .06  Dec, 16���Closing quotations on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid   Asked  B. C. Copper - $8.00    8.25  Dominion Copper       .50   62^  Granby :.. 103.25   103.50  Christmas Services.  Services Christmas day at St.  Jude's church, Holy Communion  8 a.m.  Full choral service 11 a.mi,  with second celebration of Holy  Communion.  Tne church will be decorated  and there will be special music by  the choir, including Simper's  Anthem, "Blessed be the Lord."  ! City   Council  The regular meeting of the  City Council was held on Monday  evening all the members of the  Council being present.  COMMUNICATIONS.  From the fire chief reporting  fires, also stating that he had inspected chimneys on Copper street.  Received and filed.  From secretary of XT. B. C. M.f  asking for fall representation at  the annual meeting in Vernon,  January 6th. Received and Sled.  From the Jewel syndicate, asking permission to cross city farm  with power line.    Granted.  The water committee reported  that low pressure was due to screen  at Lind creek reservoir being damaged, but obstructions had been removed. The reservoir was emptied  to allow of repairs being made, and  required 24 hours to fill.  A tender for laying pipe for B.  0.' Copper service was received  from E. W. Bishop. The clerk  was instructed to inform the company that the approximate- cosb for ���  putting in a f- inch service would  be $350, and for a 2-inch service  8500.  Fire and light committee reported having instructed fire chief  to examine all chimneys and report  within 48 hours.  A committee composed  of   the  mayor, and Aldermen Fleming and  Wilson was  appointed  to  draft a  new fire protection bylaw and re- ���  port at next meeting.  Clerk was instructed to write  owner of Riverside livery re fire  which occurred owing to non-compliance with fire protection bylaw,  and requesting him to pay the $25  expense of brigade turning out.  Alderman Wilson gave notice  that he would at next meeting ask  leave to introduce a new fire protection bylaw.  Followiug accounts were ordered ���  paid :  Benley Investment Co $157 50  E. T. Wickwire   Firft department   E. W. Bishop   .....  Canadian General Electric Co..  D.O. McKay ..,  Steam Laundry   F. G, Buckless........ .......'-  N". M. Dewaf *.'.-,  Smith & MeEwan   Barclay & Co ."   Hunter-Kendrick Co   Russell-Law-Caulfield Co   157 50  83 00  62 00  6 11  26 68.  200"  7 00  76  12 80  6 75  1 00  60  Souvenir  Spoons  at   popular  prices at Coles' Bookstore.  Ladies of the Maccabees.  A lodge of the Ladies of the  Maccabees was instituted in Phoenix last week by Mrs. J. C. Kemp,  provincial commander, with the  following officers :  P.L.C., Mrs. J. Tait; L. C, Mrs.  A. Hawkins; Lieut. C, Mrs, A.  D. McKenzie ; R.R., Mrs. G. L.  Elkins ; F.A., Mrs. S. Smith ;  Chap., Mrs. W. H. Heidman;  Serg., Mrs. J. Marshall; M. at A.,  Mrs. W, H. Docksteader; Sentinel, Mrs. Xhos. Oxley; Picket,  Mrs. A. Rabb; Banner Bearers,  Mrs. Prowssr, Miss M. E. Heidman, and Mrs. R. Coutts; Color  Bearer, Miss M. Coutts.  December 18.'03  Get  your  Job Printing at the  Times' Office.  Nevada Mines   to Close,.  The owners of the large silver  mines at Tonopah are discussing  the question of closing down their  workings until the price of silver  rises.  The   continual   depression   of  the  silver   market will probably  force the mines to close,  accord-  ing to the operators, unless   the  tendency "of the white   metal   to"  hover around 45   cents   is   dissipated.  Canadian Mining Institute.  The fourth general meeting of  the members of the Western  Branch of the Canadian Mining  Institute will be held ia Greenwood on Thursday, January 14th.  This meeting will be   the  an-  An Important Move.  The C.P.R. has decided to establish a department of industries  to be in charge of F. W. Peters.  The idea was suggested by Mr.  Whyte and was approved by Sir  Thomas Shaugnessy. It will be  used to encourage industries in  the chief centers along the com*-  pany's system.'  December  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table (rives tlie ore ship���ems of Boundar; mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906,1907,19 C8 in reported to tbe Greenwood Times-  Past  Mink. 1900 1901 1902- 19S3 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 Week  Granby Mines.... 64,833 231,762 309,858 393,713 549,703 653389 801,404 613,537 10,022,246 20,536  Snowiboe       297      1,741     20,800     H���l2            8,426   135.061        2676    2,800  1,200  802  "iso  Dolls and Toys of all descript-  ions, can be found at Coles' Bookstore at reasonable prices.  At a meeting held in the Pi es-  bTterian church on Wednesday  evening a Local Option League  was formed. Rev. F. J. Rutherford was elected president and  Rev. M. D. McKee, as vice-pres.,  W. Graham, secretary. Copies  of petition are ready for anyone  who wishes to sign them; another  meeting will be held shortly.  Fresh shipment of Lowney's  celebrated Chocolates in fancy  boxes, makes a nice Xmas gift,  to be had only at Coles' Bookstore  8. C Copper Co.  Mothet Lode....   5,340  n. C Mine    19,494  Emma       Oro Denoro.    Ilonnle Belle       Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Idaho.   Rawhide   Sunset   Mountain Rose-     Atliles tan   Morrison..   R. Bell..   Senator   Urey Fogle..........  No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur Klnff   Winnipeg-   Golden Crown   King; Solomon...,  Big Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris . ...  Jewel.   Riverside,     _   Carmi   Sally    Rambler    _   Butcher Boy   ���   Duncan.    _   Providence���   Elkhorn   Slrathmore,,   Golden Eagle    _   Preston :....  ���   Prince Henry   ���   Skylark   _   I,ast Chance    _   E. P. U. Mine   _   Bay_ _   _   Mavis_    _   Don Pedro^ ".   Cetsscent    Helen   Ruby.      80  Ropnbllc.    _   Mise*llla��eous��._...   3.230      3,4;<,  99,034   141,326   138,079   174,298   147,576 105.90C   208,231  47,405     14,811     19,365      1,488       1,'<12  22,937 37.960 9.485 11,804  15^37 16,400 3,007 3,177              20       302;034 1(��,623  650      8,330  18,274  14,��81  65,543     1,1��  7,45s     15,731  1,076  2O50  160  1,<40  ......A.  875  665  2.000  350  130  786  625  482  2,060  890  219  5,646  3,339  560  363  2,435  "32,350  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  3,450  222  364  33  55,731 140,688    2,960  25.108 26,032  3,056 48,390  4,747 3,556  1,833  33  150  43,295  12,253  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  4,870  11,971  3,450  398  . . ..   9  993  400  167  3X5  500  79  726  325  52  50  300  60  750  30  145  770  150  30  535  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  586  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  589  45  90  40  700  30  55  60  224  30  120  ...53  Total, tons  96JKH   390,800   508.876  690.419   S29,KB   933^481,161,5371,148,237      Smelter  treatment��� .  Graabv Co,    62J87   220,8-   212^40   401,921   596.252   687.988   828,879   637,626    949.817   23.2=2  B.C. Copper Co.       117,611   144,600   162,913   219,434   210.830   123r��40   341,952      378,3.4     l\2t7  Domj Cop. Co,..      13i5?0 30    84,059   218.811   ls3,439      22_42      TUal reduced... 62,389   348,439   460,940   697,404   837,066   982.8771,172,4031,233,017 _  (^  Wi  ym  : ::Z%ik  VyjEaJ  5f  -���y.'-ms  .��.,  M  SS-SS??" THE.  BOUNDARY. CREEK  TIMES  3  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  <st  CP*  CP*  CP*  .CP*  CP*  CP*  Q=<  CP*  CP*  .Bank^f_Montreal.  Capital, ill paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Ho... President:   Lokd Stbatbcona a��d Mowt Rovai, G. C. M. G.  BianS in Loalon, Eng. ic^r^&XU New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchanged Cable Transfers , Grant Commerc.al aa  Travellers' Credits, available iu any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch, ��� WJ^^CTff�� jw;nafr-  >_?  tween Great Britain and the col-  oaies will be established in the  near future.  I  PROVINCIAL ITEMS  *7r >y y-{ y<v'fT'W'/vw!>ng>;-^  An earthquake shock lasting.  seven seconds created "intense excitement on the Queen Charlotte  Islands on Nov. 30ih.  will be 12,000 tons of silver-lead  and zinc ore.  A gold nugget, exactly like a  cricket ball, was found on the  surftce at Posiedon, the new  Australian gold field, aud among  other big pieces was a nugget of  103 oz.  1836       THE BANK OF  72 Years In Business.  Have You a.  Bards Account?  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  The money is safer  in the Bank than in  your house or pocket.  A   Checking  Account provides a safe and convenient way of  paying your bills, as each check issued returns  to you as a receipt.  A Savings Account keeps growing all the  time, because Interest is added Four Times a Year.  Greenwood Branch^H. F. STOW, Manager.  It is officially  announced  that  the Grand Trunk Pacific railway  will engage hrthe coastwise carrying trade  between -Vancouver  and Prince Rupert.    Early in the  coming year orders for two steel-  built ocean going vessels will   be  placed with a firm in the British  Isles.    The contract will call for  their completion   in   1910.    The  proposed steamers will incorporate the   latest   improvements  in  shipbuilding.    They will   have a  maximum speed   of   twenty-one  knots an hour.  A group ot promising copper  claims bas been staked close to  North Vancouver.  The Lemieux Act will be employed to settle a dispute between  the Galbraith Coal Co., of Fernie,  and employees.  & Host Valuable Agent.  The glycerine employed in Dr. Pierce's  medicines greatly enhances the medicinal  properties which it extracts from native  medicinal rootys and holds in solution  much better than alcohol would. It also  possesses medicinal properties orbits own,  being a valuable .demulcent, nutritive,  antiseptic and antiferment. It adds  greatly to the efficacy of the Bl ack Cherry-  baric, Blopdroot, Golden Seal root, Stone  root and Queen's root, contained in  "Golden Medical Discovery "In subduing  chronic, or lingering coughs, broncbiaj,  throat and lung affections, for all of which  these agents are recommended by standard medical authorities.  In all cases whero ther^e is a wasting  away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak  stomaCh, as in .the earjy stages of-con-  6umrftipn, there can be no doubt that'gly-  cerlno/acts as a valuable nutritive and  aids Mie Golden Seal root. Stone root,  Queefcs rof>t and Black Cherrybark in  Rromoung digestion and building up tho  esh antnsircngth. controlling the cough  and bringing about a healthy condition  of the wnile system. Of course. It must  not be emjpcted to work miracles. It will  not cure Ijfonsumption except in Its earlier  Copper  HANDBOOK,  AT THE CHURCHES  ,   (New Edition   issued. March, 1908.)  Size :  OcUvo.   Pd��es :  1228.  Chapters : 25.'    '  Scope r The Copper  Industry   cf  the  * , World.  /Covering ; Copper History. ne<Vo,\  Presbyterian��� Services" will be conducted morninff and evening, 11 a,tt|."-  arid 7 30 p m. Rev. M. P. McKee, Pas-"  lor.  ' The McGillivray Creek Coal and  Coke Co. has been organized in  Spokane with ��3,000,000 capital  to develop some. 3,000 acres of  coal lands at Coleman,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitok,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:       "Hai-lett."  1 Bedford M'Ncill's  Conns -{.Moreiii(f & Meal's-  Grbbnwooo, B. O  0$S&$k  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "''^* No. 38.1.0.0. F.  Mceis erery  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  1. ��. O. F. Hail.    A cordial invi tauou U ax  tended 'call sojourning brctttern.  S   STORER O. A. MACDONALD  N. G. V. G.  A. JAYNES, Rec. Sec  I  Boundary Creek Tiies  Issued ���v*ry f ridav  Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited.  J.M.MILLAR -       -       Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak -    2 00  Six Months...  1 25  To FoRKtOJI COTJTSTRIKS 2 50  of the government commission.  The principal in the trouble is  an educated Sikh, named Tejah  Singh," and it is not likely that  many of them will take advantage of the generous offer of the  Dominion Government ��� to take  them to Honduras where Governor Swayne says that their presence would be welcome.  The Sikh colony at the coast  has purchased a block of land and  have announced their intention of  staying in the province.  ��� Those who are found to be indigent will be sent'back to India,  and judging from the number of  beggars and thieves among them  their, numbers will be speedily  reduced.  FRIDAY.   DECEMBER 18 1908  OUT  WITH THE HAMMER.  Neither ''sentimental rubbish"  nor "sympathetic piffle" will fittingly describe the Victoria Colonist's allusions to the endeavors  ot the Dominion Government  officials to remove the turbaned  Hindoo to Honduras.  Tbe Colonist's tender touches  of adyerse criticism are not intended to assist the desired removal of these people ; and like  the story of the phantom ships  crowded fore and aft with coolies  for our shores, are further evidence  ol hypocritical insincerity in the.  matter of Asiatic immigration,  and plainly shows to what extremes the Colonist will venture  in its search for demagogical  political capital.  Peachland will ask for letters  patent to organize that district  into a municipality.  G. W. Morrow, collector of  customs at Prince Rupert, has  resigned on account of being unable to dispose of his business  interests to advantage.  .The Q/ieen mine,Ymir district,  has produced two more gold bricks  worth $10,700.  One car of ore from the Blue  bird mine, Rossland, gave #2,400  returns.to the lessees  -   ytETH->OI3T-5��ev.    F.S. Rurhjrf-jril  B.A., will coniUift sei vbeo ns asaal at  MethoclisM hurch momine ortrl evint'g  Geography.  Chemistry,   Winerdli.ljsv.' Se' Vlc''s   ev r-V   Suiday, morning and  The Favorite tunnel a*  Night,  hawk will be extended 300 ft.  stages. It \viiicjurn .wry sfiverfi.-otetb  aato, hai^'rcnrr/p_-^ilgh5.l!)ranc,|i__  arirt nTTinftpar Iroiihlia, nP<\ chronic sore  loarsonofs.   In acute coug  -  -    -   -      -i]  M, _;--,-���     ...a  __^_______  In acute coughs  IT lanoi' so effective":" "Il'ls in tho lingering  hang-on coughs, or those of long standing,  even when accompanied by bleeding from  lungs, that it has performed its most  marvelous cures. ^ -  Prof. Flnley Elllngwood, M. D��� of Ben-  lwtt Med. College, Chicago, says of glycerine:  �� Tn dyspepsia It serves an excellent purpose  Eoiaing a fixed quanUty of the peroxide of  bydrotren In solution. It Is one of the best  manufactured products of the present tlraeln  Its action' upon enfeebled, disordered stomachs, especially If there is ulceration or ca- .  tarrhal gastritis (catarrhal Inflammation of  stomach), it Is a most efficient preparation.  Glycerine will relieve many cases of pyrosis  (heartburn) and excessive gastric (stomach)  acidity."  "Golden Medical Discovery" enriches and  purifies the blood curing blotches, pimples,  eruptions, scrofulous swellings and old sores,  or ulcers.        _ _.    . _ * ���      ,    _.   ���-  Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y.  Mining', Milling, Leaching- Smelting.  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The object is to .take and work the Kpot-  enay Chief and Comfort mineral,  claims and the capital is to be  $500,000 in 100,000 shares of $5  each.i  The merchants of Nanaimo  talk of organizing a wholesale  grocery business.  Keiowna had seventy-three varieties ef apples in their exhibit at  the Spokane Apple Show, which  for color, shape and uniformity  of size were declared the equal of  any exhibit at tho big fair.  The manager of the Vancouver  Province in an interview with  the Montreal Herald is credited  with the statement that "British  Columbia is not going to secede.''  This beats anything put up by  the slander-bund in the recent  elections and would make a very  appropriate finale to the campaign of hostility to the rest of  the Dominion carried on by a  section of tbe provincial press.  Every member of tbe Federal  government bas been made an  object uf malevolent attack, and  even the judiciary has not been  spared in tbeir uncalled for tirades against constituted authority.  Old England itself has heard  the noise of the man with the  hammer whose exhibition of supreme gall will never help the  Boundary to grow.  We believe the people have had  a surfeit of the rantings of our  p-etty bunch of knockers, and it  would be well for them to quickly  and quietly cut it out, put away  their hammers, and get down to  business.  Sir Richard Cartwright, the  veteran Liberal statesman and  senior member of the Privy Council after the Prime Minister, will  be government leader ia the San-  ate in succession to the Hon. R.  W. Scott.  The position is an honor to  which Sir Richard is well entitled,  and one which no other is more  eminently fitted to fill.  I MINES AND MINING I  * ��� *  Marks   Brcs. will develop the  Golden Zona at Camp Hedley.  It is reported that the Brittania  mines on Howe Sound will soon  be re-opened. with a large force  of men.  Temiskaming, at the 250 foot  level, has'made; another highly  important strike. The new vein  is eight inches wide. The Flynn  property, now called the Pontiac,  has uncovered a new'vein on -the  surface with three to twelve  inches t>f calcite, with native silver showing that will.go close to  500 ounces to the ton.  x Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining ���tele steam heated, electric lighted;  ' the rooms are large^and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg' and the Coast.  Jljl |l| JK. aMA MM 111 afl* MM  9g> ������ ���J- ��^�� ��^ <���> ��J�� Wjt 1^  Sunday SohonI at 3  CATnouc.--Church of the Sacrtd  Henrt.���Uivin* serv.rr Ui. Htirdand'  fourth Sunday in each month; Holy"  m.iss at 10 a. nT; vespers and'benedlc-  ���tun at ,7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p m Rrv. J. A Rbim'rd, .>. M. 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Price: $500 in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library morocco  Chukch 6V EucLAfc- (St. Jude's)-  Pivery Sunday, Morning and evening.': J  Matins, It ��,,rn Evens'nng, 7:36 p.:'mt  Sui.riny Kch-ml, ip\ ,n H >1v Comf'  niunion, l��t Sunrtay at 8 a mj other  ^undiys   after Mdtin�� at   11a.m.  Saints'   Day services as announced  in   Church.  ��� ������  Kev. K Vernon Venables. Vicar.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. G  PARENTS who wUh to secure for  * their daughter the benefits of a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Convent School. Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and, commod  ious and a large nnmber  of hoarders-  can be accomodated.    The  School  !r .  superintended and taught  by ihe Sit-.��  teis, who   have  much' experience  in-  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine,  Grammar,   Geography,  Terms : The most liberal.   Send' no' Arithmetic,   English  andCaasdUm  money, but order the   book sent you,  all carriage   charges  prepaid, on  one  Over ' twenty-three thousand  homesteads were taken up in Can-!  ada in the past two months.  Development work on the  Kingston group at Hedley is  steadily proceeding' under the  supervision of H. C. Pollock.  Danville,   Wash.,, is   showing  signs of a new era in mining.  The Hindoo leaders of Vancou-  ��  ver have sent a letter to the Min*  ister of the Interior designed to  cast suspicion on the   good faith  Nanaimo Liberals have unanimously decided to oppose J. H,  Hawthornthwaite in the bye-  election.  The Conservatives failed" to  bring out a man, and the fight  in Nanaimo will look like a sort  of "promised terms" affair to  again demonstrate the manner in  which Mr. McBride is wont to  "play the game."  Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux, postmaster-general, who is on his  way home from England, has  expressed the opinion that a reduction of cable rates to ten cents  a word ia feasible.  The Australian premier has  given his approval to the proposed cable scheme and a Canadian  land telegraph line, so it seems  quite probable that the all-red  telegraphic   communication   be-  The zinc plant at the Bluebell  is reidy for operations. $250,000  has been expended on this property in the last eighteen months  It is said that the Daly Reduction Co's Nickel Plate mine at  Hedley will close down for the  winter on account of the shortage of the water supply.  BlllbS Seeds, Trees.  wants-for Fall  Cat?iSf Planting  M. J. HENRY  30101Weslmlnster Road.  Vancouver.  - MRS. MURRAY, graduate in voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils/in piano, organ, and  voice. I^afest" Conservatory methods  taught. 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Your  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OL-A LOFSTAD Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your Httlo ones we a constant care w  Fall and Wmtet weather. Tbey will  catch cold Do you know about Shiloh'j  Cooarmption Cure, the Lung Took, and  what it ha�� done for to many? It is taid  to be the only reliable remedy for ail  ���Mates of the air passage* in chfldren.  bit absolutely harmleu and ptetuant to  t���te. hisguaranteaitocureoryourraoney  irrntnmed. Th�� price is 25c per bottle,  _da0b���denmiiiedkaae<eS 314  T_��ren��dy should beb every hotueboldj  Subscribe for The Times  Wilt be> attemkd to prom^  at this office   ���   V   .   ,  This office is replete frith everything heces\  essary in a printing office to ensure yom  work being done with neatness and despatcf  II  .*  Electric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous j < v < 1  service for operating.  GetOur Rates, ft Can Save You Honey _ ���* ���'  "1  >->15��S|  :?%%?+���     ivj**pjt**  j        "V^  #i: -*��� ^.^  -  Y V ��� .        Jl  a'^.'^.^V j^f ^  THE   BOU'HD^ARY CREEK TIMES  The oven does  the baking, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the Heat, so  THE GRATES  are important.  Pretoria  has been selected as  the capital of South Africa.  President R losevelt saya that  the manufacturers jof the Panama canal scandal will be prosecuted.  \ Double  \0iiplex  Orates  "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.  .Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them In position. The- easiest-working  way is the,surest-serving way��� and that's  "Sask-alta" way.:  UMob, TorcnU, Montreal, Wlnntp��_, Vancauver, St John, Hamilton, Calf ary  * For Sale-By/  THE   HUNTER-KENDRICK  CO,,   LTD,  *  Tih@ Bomtotfy's  ���������  ^  Creek times  A white girl was found in a  Chinese nest at Lethbridire and  fifteen Chinks were jailed and  bail refused.  The Calgary Eve Opener has  been refused the use of the mails  ar.d it is said the C.P.R. will stop  the sale of it on their t ains.  Traffic earnings of the C.P.R.  tor the period ending November  30 increased by ��987,000.  The Canadian exhibits at .the  Spokane Apple Show were so  prominent as to suggest that the  affair be given an international  name.  KETTLE VALLEY FRUIT   LANDS  John L- Sullivan has filed suit  for divorce against his wife to  whom he has been married for 25  years.  ���iLii yLv'i w^'Je\ 4__*l: - F!:�� -.���_#'.���  RAIL W A Y  '; r   .    ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Low Round Trip Rates to  ONTARIO,   QUEBEC, AND  MARITIME   PROVINCES  Tickeis on sale Deren.bc r 1 to L'er 3 ,  inclusive, good to return within    three  mouths.  Tickets issued in  connection  A'anic  Steam,hip   businw-s   will   he on   s;.e  from Nov. 21,and limited to five nioutlm  iroru-datt: of issue.  Finest EQuleiiieiit.    Standard   First  Class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all  Through Trains.  2 Through Express trains daily  Mr'"  ' 055*��"SffiSBiB__  vc  vi.tN, %OT_1  '������\'r.  "������* ������-��� -'>.'-&WWm  -���'-.:���'.  '������''���'W^wM  '���';))-%  'y^yy^yitkMB;  ���'������'������.?���;  '���'.'���  ���������'   ?-::;;^M  "���".:'��������� y*$m  ���:��� '���������. :-y;}i-M  .:������  ���������'  r''y:-*J!fl|  ���-'"-'::--y^m  ���..::h&M  \: ..:...:��� :.y;^$&  ���'���������' ���:i-y^M  ,  ���Vl*.sH  ���������-���-:i'?i!&  Much anxiety is felt regarding  the situation in India and women  and children are being sent home  to Great Britain.  The C.P.R. has sold 50.000 acres  of land near Calgary at   an ayer  age price of $34 an acre.  Armstrong Dean, manager of  the Globe Fire Insurance > C^., of  Regina, has'been charged wit-  fraud on account of that company  being unable to meet its liabilities at Fernie.  Bermuda wants reciprocity with  Canada.  Germany will continue to carry  out her plans for a greater navy.  Charles Marcil, M.P. for Bona.  venture, will be Speaker of tke  House of Commons, and the: deputy speakership will go to Hugh  Guthrie, M P., of North Wellington.  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  i  :-U:  c -  1 The- Times- has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary. '  1" The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  TThe Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods/  SBEJ IF IT CAN'T.  ^[ Subscribe For, Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper.  Leading flour milling men of  Seattle state that the-price of  floor will shortly rise to a height  that will break all records.  Abe Ruef has been convicted  of bribery at San Francisco, and  Patrick Calhoun, president of the  United Railroads, will be the  next man to face the charge ef  bribing the supervisors.  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles-SMidfray on CJT.% 6  miles.    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20  cActe Lots, with water rights.  $or particulars apply to <p. R.  Tait, Midway.  J^VVtfci'  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10,   making' connection*  at    Toronto   for  all  points east and west thereof  Apply to nearest C P.R. Agent ior full  information.  H.   H.   RBDPATH.   AGENT  GREENWOOD  J. E Proctor, D.P.A, Calgary  M. Varilla, a famous engineer,  sars that tbe cost of the Panama  Canal will be $280,000,000, double  the estimate made by. the U.S.  officials. '-'���- ."*.  The highbinder tongs of San  Franoisco are wasting ammunition in another of their little periodical wars.  A. P. McNab has been "made  Municipal Commissioner for Saskatchewan. ~  Tke U.S. will remove the  duty  on coal if Canada will reciprocate.  TRAVELLER'S* VALUABLE  FIND.  Travelling on the I C.R., Mr. Harry  Towers, St. Paul Street.St. JohnN.B  found a Zam-Buk, the 3reatBkin healer.  He waa suffering from badly chapped  hands at the time ��o applied the balm.  He say*:��� "Zam-Buk eased the pain  and smarting; healed the cracks, and  made my hands quiet smooth. Finding it aoo good, I kept a supply handy,  and have since proved it a really wonderful healer. It cures cuts, aores, or  burns equally well, and I would not like  now to be without a supply,"  Mr, Towers is only'one of the thousands who are glad they hear of Zam.  Buk. There is now skin disease it will  uot relieve and cure. Its fame is sprea  ding everywhere, aid it is now regarded  as nature's great "first aid" in work  shops, on the farm, or in the home. No  travellor should be without it. Every  home should have its box always ready  for use.   A little Zam-Buk rubbed reg-  u'arly on the hand and .face before retiring each night will keep the skin soft  and free f ���_ chaps, cold sores, or disease.  If you have a cut, a bruise, or some  irritating skin disease, which has defied all ordinary remedies, apply Zam-  Buk. It first cleanses a wound by killing off all harmful bateria. Then it  builds up new tissues cells by cell ���just  as a bricklayer lays row after*row of  bricks. Then it covers the wound with  new healthy skin, and the cure is effected! -  Zam Buk is also a cure for piles. It  gives speedy relief.and ends the throb-  bin^V burning pains. "Skin disease*,  such as eczema, itch, ulcers, barber's  rash, rashes due to blood-poison, etc.,  cannot resist its powersul heali-g virtues Purely vegetable, it is an idea  combination of power and purity.  All druggist and stores sell Zam Buk  at 50c. box, or may be obtained post  free from Zam Buk Co . Toronto, for  price 3 boxes forSa.25. You are warned, however, against cheap ad dan  gerous imirations sometimes offered  as being "just as good."  The opponents of Hon. Mr.  Calder and the Hon. Mr. Mother-  ,well, of the Saskatchewan government will both lose their deposits.  Finland   promises   a rebellion  against tke authority of Russia.  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  A NY even-numbered section of Dominion  Lands In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting'8 and 26, ndt reserved, may  b�� home��teaded bv any person who is tlie sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years ot  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of ISO  acres, more or less. ���  Application for entry most be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land A?enc~  or Sub-airencj for the district In which the land  is sitnate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an Intending homesteader.  Dhties���1. At least six mont'os' residence  upon aad cultivation of the land in each year  for th rue years.  2. A-homesteader may, if he so desires, per  form the required residence duties by living-on  farming land owned ��olely by him, uot less  than eighty (80) acres In extent, in the vicinity  of his bore cstead. He may also do Bo by living  with father or mother, ou certain condition  joint ownership in land wi.ll not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intending to perfor��� his  residence dntles in accordance with, the above  while living with parents or on farming land  owned by himself must notify tha Agent for tbs  district of snch intention.  W. W. CORT,  Deputy of the MlniaUr sf the Interisr.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication ��f  this  ad  vertlsement will not be said for.  The Turks kave asked Austria  for $40,000,000 compensation for  the annexation of Bosnia' and  Herzegovina.  The Moran company, of Seattle, will build feur submarines for  the U.S. government.  Controller Baker, of Winnipeg,  will be appointed superintendent  of G- T.P. telegraphs.  Regina will endeavor to secure  the Dominion Fair for that city  in 1910.  John D. Rockefeller will devote  $5,000,000 to the promotion of  education in Oriental nations.  The provincial parliament of  Saskatchewan is in session at  Regina.  James Sharp and his band of  "Holy Rollers" were taken into  custody at Kansas City after five  in all were killed in the fight.  Offers  XMIHMHMIIH m,  WORTH  TAKING  John Johnson, Governor of  Minnesota, advocates the construction of a canal from Lake  Superior to the Gulf of Mexico.  The French chamber of deputies has decided in favor of continuing the death penalty.  Sanford Evans was elected  Mayor of Winnipeg by 1,000 maj-  oritv.  "1  Coffee  Spi<  and Extracts  Recawati Highest Award  Dominum l^tk�� 1906  L.  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal^  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910,  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, with ail the News of the'Boundary for  a whole year.  One ounce Fluid Extraot Dandelion;  One ounce Oompeond Balaton* ;  Four   ounce*   Compound   Byrup  S*w��p��ri_*, . *  Mixed ead teken ia teaspoonfal  doaee after each meal aad at bedtime,  ia prononnced by a prominent pbyai-  dan to be the beet mixture for the  earn ��i tbe kidney, bladder, and all  urinary trouble*.  Thia taya the doctor, ia the moat  ���imple though remarkaUe prescription ever mrlttaa t�� eleanae the  ayaUm of iaepHftfea aad waite  matter. I�� aeta m ���Mvaafel tanfo  tathoMdaya, Iii���m_��_ te filter  oat the sou* aad pate���, ���vorcom-  bur rheumatiim, lens h��ok, aQiat><_  and ether ____aas arWng from  ���ear, Imyuieoioe-  The !ngndh__�� ��t_ ho procured at  aajr good ins atoro, aad boinf purely  vegetable and entirely harmlaaa, oaa   1  om% be mixed at home.  _To��hATe a i_S��ing friend abow '.'.  -da to him, aa he wOl undonbtedly ..  bewieaaed te laara of _> a-apk aad ������  Idgfay wawiirwiitirl stsmaajT  ��M0M>l>><IIIIIHM|llll'  BOVRIL  the kitchen  economist  ^***;j  Much of Use lc-ft-over food you now  throw out can be turned i:-.to c'i ii-  cious dishes by l!;c adili.tiou ( !' a  little. Bovril.  It gfives w-armed-ovcr moats t!v;  juiciness of tlie ori3'inai cooUinij.  It gives body and ^trcu;jl'i to ^-.v.-zj  and gravies.  It gives a delicious, j<!;;i:ar.t i-i\\.:f  to cold merits and h:is!ies.  Every dayyon will lind Cuvril a lu 'p  and an economy   in   your kitchen.  Bovril contains the essence, flavor  and nutrient substance of the very  best beef. It >;ives stronytli and  nourishment to the invalid, and helpfulness and economy to tho cock.  All tfoodtfmcers sell BOVRIL  ;.:#a  y:;:M  '<%%k  ;:S^  3S-  - ���:-',?.J?0&  ''W��%  'y0��,  \y&:m  *:,  }-*m  Mil  m  ^s  ____i  m  ii___S--riSiF-  ~-'MW��l-��>JlHIULl��cSSS��.  _l_S____-a  ___S___3B___  ___: THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  We are over stocked in several lines and to  reduce our stock, we are offering the following goods at greatly reduced Prices. Commencing- Dec. 10th and continuing until Xmas Eve.  SUITS.  $20        SUITS $15  18               " 13  16              " 12  15              " 11 25  12.50    ;; 9  IO 7.50  HATS.  5.50 Hats. Stetsons, 4.50  4.50 " " 3 50  3.00 " " 2 25  2.00       "      " 1.50  A "full line of Fancy Dress  Shirts,  Reduced from 52.00 to 1.50  -   ,,    S1.50 to LOO  A special Hue of Heavy Und��rwe-u\  Regular $3.00 now 2.25 a suit, all sizes,   from  34 to 46,  Any  Sweater in the  house at 25 per cent discount.  Miner's nailed shoes,,  $6.00 and 5.50 lines for 4.00  S4 00   ,,  >��  3.00  We have the largest sto^k of crockery in the  Boundary District, and will give you a chance  to get it cheap.  All our 97 piece dinner sets, regular   ,  $18.00 now $13.50  A nice Blue Design Gold traced patterns, 106  pieces regular $20 00 now $15.00.  A new Line White Gold traced Patterns 106  pieces regular $20.00 now $15.00  A Line of China which we will sell at big reduction. Also a beautiful Line of carvers for  Xmas Turkey.  ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES  nstmas Cheer  Imported  Direct.  J. W. Burmester's ���sin^lidt^  "RftV^l'*   Port        at the Lodges at Opor-  'Tf^^istit1J^,,      A ]{��ht> fruity Sherry, bottled  1>1111311110. on]y  in Spain   bj    Gonzalez,  QllAffV By ass y Ca., Jerez de la Fron/  oiicnjr teraj Spain>  Burgundies,  Clarets, etc.  Greenwood Ciquor ��o.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  C~��� ������ ��� ~���_^  I SANTA    CLAUS  is  telling  the  I Young lady there's nothing nicer for  % a Christmas  present than   a  Bissels  I Carpet Sweeper. We have    <���%  O ���_���  �� them at Christmas prices    _#rOS  I Regular price  3,50, Xmas price 2.85  h, Or what is  nicer  for an  1 Xmas   present    than, a  I Carving Set.  "<_^g__n3_gs_K_&3^'  \\uimwiirm\\\\\\t(m:m>mi'(i'^/.'J/M\<mmtmiw'iLmj^  ,���='���i___i2_^--.__X_lK^  "~ "Wi  iiii[iuiinuyiv\i7!C.,-i\raTrmrrnnni/"/R\inmOTT7/'//7r -  '. '.''������'���,'���S~���,-'ST���, ^~5-"ii~-53lJi'i-.��~t' Tt'  ^^g___���A���''.^y^   ~- =-r.~r---   '-  nas Prices  $5.50 L::pestry Rug 4ft. 6in. by 6ft.  7.50 "    ��      "    4ft 6 "    "6ft6in.  9.50 Velvet "    4ft  6in     " 6ft 6in,  10.00 Velvet " 4ft. 6in.     " 6ft 6in.  Small  Floor Mats from   25c up  20 Per cent Discount on Art Squares.  j Purely Personal j  L. WHITE  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  Geo. Guise, of Westbridge, was  In Greenwood this week.  W. Davids^&y of Slocan. was a  visitor to Greenwood last week.  'Lewis D. Bierly, of s Montreal,  was in Greenwood on  Monday.  Born���At Greenwood, Dec. 14,  to Mr. and Mrs. G'Corge Evans, a  son.  D. R. Taibgof the Kettle Valley Fruit Lands Co., has gone  east on a visit to various points.  Mrs. F.������^Vj&Hart and ber sister  Miss CrawforcJ, have returned to  Greenwood after a visit to Mr.  Hart at Prince Rupert.  Frank Sherwood, U.S. custom's  officer at Ferry, was up to town  at the end of/the week.  Sam Stooka, of Midway, is. assisting McRae Bros, in their big  sale of Christinas and fancy goods  Mrs. L.A.. Smith and daughter,  of Anacond*, are away on a visit  to Spokane.  Jack Younghusband left ou  Wednesday on a trip to Montreal.  Messrs. Handashyde and Bor-  ton, Qf the' Bell mine management, returned to Beaverdell on  Tuesday. ,  S. Neejands, of Rossland, was  in town oarbosiness the first of  the week, f;  Graham Walkiashaw returned  on Tuesday from an extended visit to Kootenay,  R. W. Taylor, of Bridesville,  was in the city on business at the  end of the week.  Mrs. Smith and daughter, Miss  EmmaSmilb, of Rochester, N.Y.,  who are on a tour of the west and  have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Kinney for the past two  weeks left on Wednesday for California. - Their itinerary will take  '.hem through the Southwestern  and Southern States during tbe  next six mouths.  James Wisted, ot Myncaster,  who has been seriously ill with  inflammatory rheumatism is improving.  E). M. Aguew, of Phoenix, slid  down the hill on Monday aad  landed up at the Times' office on  a pair of skis of his own manufacture.  Duncan Ross returned from  Ottawa last Friday and went out  to the coast.  S.. S. Taylor, barrister, will  leave Nelson and establish a law  practise in Vancouver.  W. G. McMorris, manager ol  the Nelson Daily News was in  the city last week in the interests  of his paper.  A. B. Hood, mmager Eastern  Townships Bank at Grand Forks,  was in Greenwood last week. Mr.  Hood is almost fully recovered  from his recent serious illness.  . PIANOS FOR SALE.���We  have five pianos for sale, all in  good order:.  1 Kimball, worih $150, sale price  $100. 1 Kimball, worth $200,  sale price $i25. 1 Heiufzman,  worth $2��0. sale price $150. I  Bell, worth $275, sale price, $175.  1 Decker, worth $350, sale price  $250. We rent pianos A. L.  WHITE, the Second Hand Man,  Phone 16.  TOWN 16<PICo  There will be skating at the  rink tonight.  A court of revision for the City  of Greenwood will be held 011  Mondav, 21st, ot 7.30 p.m.  J. S. Birnie, R VV., D D.G.M.,  will pay an official visit to King  Edward lodge, Phoenix, this evening; Those who will attend  from Greenwood will leave the  Palace'livery at six o'clock^  All the latest Books in .fine  holiday editions, also Standard  Poets, in fine leather bindings,at  Coles' Bjokstore.  Th�� Phoenix minstrels will entertain at the Auditorium tomorrow night.  Swift & Co., of Chicago, have  opened up a meat market in Phoenix under the management* of  of Hugh Reed and J. P. Flood,  Sleighs for boys girls, and babies. Goods- right, piecen right,  at McRae Bros.  A Christmas tree and dance  will be given in the dining hall  at the Mother Lode mine on D^c.  24th which promises to be the  biggest thing of the season as  the miner's have raised $150 for  the eutertainment.  Elegant Toilet Sets in ebonv  and sterling silver _ mounts, from  $2.50 to $3, at Coles' Bookstore.  There is nothing clever in the  trick of putting ''hokey-pokey,'-  carbou- bisulphide on a dog, and  the young tellows who have been  cultivating the habit are liable  to get into trouble.  It is proposed to change the  time schedule of the local lines  so that the Boundary trains will  leave Nelson at night aud arrive  at Greenwood in the morning. '.'  Rev. Gf. A. Wilson, superintend  dent of Presbyterian Missions for  British .Columbia, occupied the  pulpit of St. Columba's church  last Sunday morning.  Cased Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Pouches, etc., large  variety to choose from at reasonable prices at Cdles' Bookstore.  .Look Tor the   Hoboes   Monday  night.. ���   ',;.:-,-.-'  Leslie Craufurd has been api  pointed city Engineer of Nelson.-  The.Reading Club will meet at  the home of Mrs. Bishop on Monday, December 21st, at . three  o'clock.  All goods marked in plain figures at Coles' Bookstore. A square  deal to all.  The ninth annual ball given by  the Knights of Pythias will. be  held on New Year's night in the  Auditorium A good time is in.  store for the large crowd expected.  The Christmas entertainment  given t>y the children of the^Presbyterian Sunday-school on -Tuesday next promises to be a great  success,  _��The report that Caribou were  invading the peaceful settlements  on the West Fork is contradicted  by a local sportsman who made a  personal investigation of the  matter. .  ��� Waterman's Ideal Fountain  Pea at eastern prices, from $2 50  to $10, at Coles' Bookstore.  Among the encouraging signs  of the return of good timeu in the  Boundary is the rumor of a real  old-fashioned $10,000 poker session.  The Cinderella dance at the  Auditorium on Monday, evening  was another very pleasant affair  about 30 couples taking 'part.  The orchestral innovations were  greatly appreciated.  For Xmas gifts, if you wish  fresh stock���the latest and newest things out���go to McRae  Bros.  The public schools closed at  noon today for the Christmas  holidays.  John Frost, who recently  returned fromr the Ontario  frost belt, has gone to California  for the winter.     ,.  For sale���Children s Sleighs,  iron ruuhei s for go carts and  baby   buggies.    Skates    bought  Raw, Cold  Wintry Days,  and exchanged.  White.  Phone 16, A. L.  Two fur coats for sale, $24 and  $30.    See them at A. L. White's.  PATRONIZE  HOME  INDUSTRY, AND  SMOKE THE  0UNDARY  OIGAR  to our Customers.  The partnership of White Bros., Druggists and Opticians,  is to be dissolved in January, when Mr. R. C. G. White will retire  from the business.  In order to materially reduce our stock before that time we  offer'you on cash sales .    -  A DISCOUNT OF  25 PER CENT.  on the  following lines of superior goods: -  Leather Goods, Fancy Goods, Rubber   Goods,. Trusses ; Brushes  from Brush-sets to Children's Tooth Brushes.  Perfumes���Roger   and   Gallet,   Piver, Dufort, Crown Perfumery,  Seely's and Colgate's.  Toilet Articles���Atomizers, Manicure Sets and Instruments, Razors  and Strops,   Mirrors,   Sponges,  Combs and Soaps in great variety.  Snow-drift Cold Cream 15 cents, two for 25 cents  HAVANA    FILLED.  T.THOMAS  MERCHANT  v TAILOR ....  CLOTHES CLEANED,  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  ��������'��������"    Agent for the  Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  Druggists & Opticians  Phonographs and Records  Nothing could be more suitable  for a Christmas present  We have the Columbia Disc,  The Edison Cylinder and the  Columbia Indestructible Cylinder,  Comprising a wide range of  selections, -  Call and see  them,  a���msanamm_���wm1mmwamawawaaaaaasameaamnamuwaaataamaawsaawamwmBsm���mmmsmaamsaaaaaaammmamm_1���1������_���_1  N. H. LAMONT  Guess these last few days have set you  thinking abdut your winter Overcoat.'  Well ! we 're   ready   for you with a'  select stock,  in the  accepted styles  and beautiful cloth patterns.  Our regular^.  Gampbell's  Clothing .  is "good enohgh  for  any man, but if  you're in the..habit of  getting your  clothes made to order.our spe'eiaf. or- '  der system  should  appeal   to   you! ���  .You'll get better made clothes,"  with  more   style   and   at two-thirds   the-  price of your regular ta,ilor.'  '  Come i��. and see our. stock,   and lefs  show you what we can-do.  The HuQter-Kidrick Co., Ltd  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  T. M. GULLEY & CO. are  -       1 - ��� -kj  Special Snaps in Furniture and Car  pets for the Christmas Season. ; :  It will pay you to investigate.   No  trouble to show goods.  T. ffl.  HOUSETURNISHEFS - >;--  Phone 27"  a    ��� ��� ������  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house;  4-Foomed  Cottage:  Suite of-Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  City 1/ots at all prices.'  Fine Ranch comprising. 715 acres.  4  + ���  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co,, ifd. *  ��$�� OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE; X  I ��� - '. ��������� y ��� ���  DEALERS IN  Tresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  _  *  �����������  ^^^*��m���*���m***^*mi^^mpima^f^m^mi^^mmm*���^mmmm***mm^^**���i^^^^���mi^mm*smmm*r ^___________________________i__y^_M_  5^5_^^_>5_H_H_H_H_HS^_^J-: .    i_^=_^_H_H_H_H_^^^5^5_i5_*5_*5_>  I  I  ��  IS  i  AND  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE "PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."      *  $ , Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  I Phoenix Brewery .Cori SS&SS .  i_��v_H_^-^_S^^_*^S^^_W_H5N5��5��S5^_HS^ -=*S_;  I  Moore^s  S~V        jt Is  in  the t Windsor   Hotel.  M        rfto "gJOk   'Xhe   business of prbviding  tymrfS&rB $ Cm^   things good  to   ea^ is  our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. HOWARD Moore,, Proprietor,

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