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 ^  rOL., 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY,    MAY $f 1909.  No. 37  Our stock of Boots and Shoes for women and  children is larjje and complete. We are showing a  particularly fine range of Ladies'Oxfords in;all  leathers, in all the latest styles.     Prices fight.  $2.25 to 4.00  *v^v  BARCLAY & CD.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES���MILLINERY  fe  What Spokesman-Review Has  to Say About Bi^ Tunnel.  sass  FOR  We will do them Right.  .Official .Agents .for Regina Watches.  ^  ���$**<���;��!�����  \$�� "$ \ ^  Greenwood city   water is an excellent watei* ���>���  for drinking purposes but it is top hard f 0| batJi-  ing, to aid you in pvercpming this   and  at the  same time provide a healthy? invigorating bath it j i  a small price.   We have stocked the following-  English Rosline, Bath Salt.  Home Health Sea Salt. *     .  Baby's Own Bath Powder. H11  Large packages 25 cents each.  Spouges, Bath Brushes, Hand Brushes,  Loofahs, of all varieties.  THONJAS DRUG & MlpG fiO]  THB STORE THAT HAS THE NEW GOODS'  ^  : ,s ���t' Work oa the G ree a wood tn ti -  nel began three weeks ago aad is  now in about 75 feet," said Richard Armstrong, representative of  the directors and promoter of the  big company which is going ' to  fun a three-mile tunnel under the  mountain on which Phoenix, 6.  C., is built.  "Negotiations are now under  way to secure one of the big  Swiss-Shaudler machines, which  will cut an eight-foot bore at a  J rate of 40 or 50 feet a day. The  machines themselves cost about  $40,000.  ��� The company is incorporated  in Illinois as the Greenwood-  Phqenix Tramway and Development company, with a capitalization of $3,000,000. The Chicago  company though, is the holding  company and a corporation of the  same name' has been formed in  Canada as the operating company,  "Companies owning 16 properties,, all of which were, or had  been; partially developed, were  consolidated in the big corporation and given stock in it in exchange for their holdings. To  provide funds for driving the 16,-  000 foot tunnel Chicago capi tal  was interested.  ,;"The work that the company  plans is really pioneer; work, as  important as the first surface  prospecting done in that district.  None of th* companies have pene-  irated to a depth of more than.  400 or 500 feet, and if ore is encountered in ourtunneljit a depth  of 2,400 feet ib will tnsaa more  for the district than anything else  that has been done there. It will  mean that eastern capital will  come in there and the development of the district immediately  to an extent that would otherwise  wait for small companies to run  tentative shafts.  \'; "Several Spokane men are interested in the companies that  were consolidated: John W. Graham, Sidney Rosenhaupt, Hal J.  Cole and others, The properties  that were consolidated were the  Nelson, Strathtnore, Callao, City-  view,Last Chance,Lake.Defiance,  Yellowstone; Don Pedro, Crescent, Preston, Canadian, Idol a,  Yellowstone Fraction. Crescent  Fraction, and Last Chance Fraction."  f MINES AND MINING!  * ��  Immensely large deposits of  copper-gold ore have been exposed at Kamloops.  The Aurora mine on Movie lake  is preparing to ship ore. /  &  r  ~\  Do vou realize the great and  "~" ' .....'��� i  distinct advantage of Mvim  Eour Shoes from us?  It is not the price which makes our Men's Shoes  popular, but our Policy of always having the best  Shoes possible for the price. '  Every Shoe we carry is made specially for. us..  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States.  We are receiving daily  of Men's foot wear.  shipments'of all classes  Killed at the Snowshoe  James Barrie, a miner employed at the Snowshoe, Phoenix,  was instantly killed on Sunday  last by a fall of earth or rock.  Deceased had worked in the  Boundary for many years and  was at onetime president of the  Phoenix Miners' Union. His parents reside in Montreal.  AT THE AUDITORIUM  The Surprise mine, Republic,  made a sixty-five ton shipment of  ��700 ore to the Granby Smelter  last week.  The Sullivan mine Sale will be  held on May 20th.  The north vein of the Centre  Star mine, whicn is been worked  from the fourth level of the War  Eagle is producing ore of double  the value usually encountered in  this property. It averages ��18.20  in gold, and 1.9 per cent copper.  But little ore has been taken from  the big body on the ninth level of  the War Eagle, which contains,  by carefeful estimate, a millioa  dollars of values, the ore averaging $30 per ton.  The Lardeau Looking Up,  A strike has been made on the  Winslow, in the Lardeau district.  This mine is ur er bond to and  being developed by Mr. Merrall,  of Tacoma. The whole face of  the tunnel is in quartz with free  gold visible all through it. The  news has created considerable  excitement among mining men  who see the possibilities of another Goldfields or Rawhide on Silver CupMountain, and further development on the Winslow is being watched with interest.  Evangelistic Campaign in  Greenwood Continues  The New Republic mine shipped three cars of ore on Saturday  to the Tacoma smelter. One of  the cars was sacked ore, containing some forty-five tons, and is  estimated to be worth $10,000.  Selections from th* finest private art galleries in Italy,pictures,  statuary and other art creations  that have neverbefore being out of  tke country are to be exhibited at  the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Seattle this summer.  The U.S. has placed a duty of  25c a ton on iron ore.  The Lake Superior region .is  by far the most important iron  district in the world.  It is said that the Guggenheims  will acquire the Sullivan mine  at Marysville.  The principal quicksilver deposits are in regions which  have been greatly disturbed, in  many of which hot springs were  formerly very active, and it is  noteworthy that mineral springs,  hot and cold, still abound in the  quicksilver belt of California.  The seining outlook fer the  territory adjacent to Kaslo is  more promising now than at any  time since the ��oom days.  Phil O'Connor, a well-known  prospector of the Lardeau, who  located a copper property on  Queen Charlotte islands, has  bonded his location there to the  Granby Consolidated for $100,000  Ckesaw properties hare sent a  4,3551b. mineral exhibit to the  A.Y.P. fair, principally of lead,  copper and gold ores.  (contributed)  It is a great source of satisfaction to  the people of this city to know that  the special services are to continue in  the Auditorium until Sunday evening.  Rev. VVoodside and Mr. Reynolds  who are in charge of the meetings,  have, on request, kindly consented at  some personal sacrifice to continue  the work.  We feel confident our citizens will  appreciate this kindness and manifest  the same self-denial, to attend regularly the services   of   these   gentlemen  Rev. Woodside is a preacher, profound, evangelistic, fearless, -and presents the truth forcibly, viVidly and  sympathetically to his hearers. Mr.  Reynolds who is in charge of the service of song is delighting his audiences  every evening.  The special services will close Sunday evening in the Auditorium, why  should the hall not be filled to overflowing ?  Will you help to do this by your  presence ?  Sunday Evangelistic Services  10.15 a.m., Prayer meeting,  Methodist church; 11 a.m., union  service, Methodist church ; 2.30  p.m., special service fer children,  Presbyterian church; 8 p.m., mass  meeting and closing service in  the Auditorium.  It required five flat cars composing a special train to haul the  longest single piece timber flagstaff in the world to tne grounds  of the Alaska-Yukon-Paci fie Exposition ot Seattle where it will  be erected in place by the Washington society, Sons of the American Revolution.  The time is near at hand when you will be  looking for your Spring Shoes, Don't overlook the  fact that we can show you a larger range than all the  others put  together.  I  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  The King's Business Grows la Enthus  lasm and Numbers  Last Sunday was a big day.  In the evening Mr. Woodside  spoke on the laws of harvest. By  argument and illustration he  brought home the truth that  "God is not mocked, whatsoever  a man soweth that shall he also reap." Many were visibly affected. The week evening meetings have been increasing in interest. On Tuesday night the  Auditorium was about full, when  the speaker dealt with tbe subject of "A Godless Ambition,"  showing that once a man's aspirations lose God he never knows  the awful extremity to which he  will be carried. God must occupy  chief place in life, if character is  to be developed, and man to win  the Kingdom of God.  Dr. Shearer, secretary of the  EvaMgelistic Committee, arrived  on Thursday evening and addressed the meeting on the great ques.  tion of "Social Reform;" at the  close of which the men remained  behind and decided on organizing  a branch of the "Social and Moral Reform Council of Canada."  This evening Mr. Woodside  announces "The Resurrection" as  his subject. This question of  vital importance- to all, should  draw a large crowd. Oh Sunday  evening he will speak on "The'  Responsibilities of God." This  subject ajmost startles one, yet it  may be that we have overlooked  this, one of the chief causes of  joy and assurance. As Sunday  night is the last meeting it is  earnestly expected that all will  rally to maJce the last meeting the  best of the series. Mr. Woodside  and Mr. Reynolds leave on Monday evening's train for the east,  CITY COUNCIL  At the City. Council meeting on  Monday evening Aldermen Dixon,  Meyer, Buckless, and Wilson were  present with Mayor Bunting in the  chair.  The fire-chief's report of three recent fires was read and the report  ordered filed. A letter was read from  S. M. Tees, secretary fire department,  notifying the council that the department had chosen C. K. Summers for  chief, and asked the council to make  the appointment.  The Mayor reported that A. D.  Hallett had handed in his resignation  as chief of the fire department. On  motion of Aldermen Meyer and Wilson the resignation was accepted, and  C. E. Summers was appointed chief  of.the fire department at a salary of  $25 per month-  All committees reported progress.  On motion of Aldermen Wilson and  Buckless the Mayor and City Clerk  were authorized to sign and affix the  seal of the Corporation to the deed of  50 lots mentioned in the deed conveyed by the city to J. A. Russell for the  sum of $2,200.  It was ordered that the Assessor  shall make and complete the assessment roll and return the same not  later than Tuesday, the 25th day of  May.  If was also ordered that a Court of  Revision be held at the City Hall on  Tuesday, 29th of June, at 10 o'clock,  a.m.; and that Mayor Bunting, Aldermen Buckless, Dixon, Meyer and  Wilson, be the Court of Revision.  The next meeting of the Council  will be held on Tuesday, May 25th.  Grand Forks Celebration  The Empire Day celebration at  Grand Forks on Monday, 24th.  promises to be one of the best  day's sport ever put up in the  Boundary.  The program of events is under  the auspices of the Grand Forks  fire department and includes base  ball and football matches, automobile races,, and a splendid array of horse-racing events for  which a number of outside horses  have entered. There will be a  general line of the usual 24th of  May games and athletic competitions, and a line of special events  to beat anything ever before Been  in the district in the way of  broncho-busting, cowboy races,  ladies* saddle race and fire team  exhibitions.  Conciliation Board at Nicola.  The Nicola coal mines remain  closed. The differences between the  miners and mine management will go  before a conciliation board. The  miners will be represented on the  board by F. C. Brooke, district representative of the U.M.W. of A.,  and the company by Thomas Kiddie,  of Northport, Wash. These gentlemen will appoint a third man.'  METALS.  New York, May 19 ���Silyer,  52?b; Electrolytic copper, 12^' to  13, steady.  London, May 19 ���Silver 24 3-  16;   lead, p��l3. 6s. 3d.  May 19 -Closing quotations on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:   Bid    Asked  B. C. Copper  6 65       7.00  Granby     95.00 110.00  Dominion Copper .06)4'     .12^  Coppbr Quotations.  B.C. Copper 6.75        6-00  Graaby     101.00 107.Q0  J. A. Murray, formerly editor  of the Trout Lake Pioneer, has  been appointed mining recorder  at Trout Lake in the place of F.  C. Campbell, who has   resigned.  PIONEEF MINING IN THE BOUNDARY  The newly formed Consolidation Coal Company of Fairmont,  \V. Va., will comprise the five  big companies already operating  there, and the capital of the new  company wiil be $40,008,000.  The Pocket Smelter.  The hardy prospector has been  seriously handicapped in his search  for the 'precious metals' for want of  a simple portable device for testinj;  any and all kinds of rock, where  found. The pan and horn spoon  answered when the metallics were  free and coarse-grained, but were a  delusion and a cheat where the ore  was base.  Henry lv Way to supply the want  and solve the problem, invented the  Pocket Smelter. The inventor was a  man skilled in the science of chemistry and metallurgy, who saw and realized from personal experience as a  prospector.  The original aim of the inventor  was simply to enable the miner and  prospector to tell whether the rock  contained any metal worth while to  assay. The uses of the little smelter  have grown from year to year, necessitating the addition of other devices to  meet the demands.  The original Pocket Smelter outfit  consisted of iron and glass mortars  and pestles and the smelter tablets;  later a patent acid dropping bottle and  case were devised, which, with a little  40-mesh wire screen, substituted for  the acid bottle and case, comprises  what is now known as the Little Junior Outfit.���Mining World.  Ground has been broken at tl-.n  Alaska-Yukon-Paci tic Exposition-  at Seattle for. tbe great   atbleiu  stadium to seat more than 50,00'J  people. THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES  BttaSM  ���iii  GP*.  0��<  CP*  CP*  CP"  CP  >s  &=���  CP*  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 18.17.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.  Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PBOF1TS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Loan Strathcona and Modwt Koyal, G. C. m. G.  PrMldeut:   Snt Gbobge A. Dbcmmond.K.C. M. G.  Vlce-PrMldeat and General Manager :    Sik E. S. Cloustom, Bart  Blanches in London, Eng. {^\rx^L \ New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sttrline Kxchan^e and Cable Transfer ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit*, available In amy partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  opened for homesteading- or preemption, there is a ruBh which is  quite extraordinary: Applicants  stand in line for 24 or 36 "hours to  secure land wnich ten years ago  could not be given away, and  when they get a quarter-section  they rub their hands because they  are henceforth rich.���Rossland  Miner. '  70,  !83<S  THE BANK OF  1909  &3  73 Years In  Business,  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  is as necessary for a  fa mil 3'   as   "for   a  company.    The best  Reserve I'mid for a  family  is   a  snug  sum  A Reserve Fund  of  money in a strong Bank.  Berlin   vour  Savings  Account   now  in  the  Bank of BrVddi North America.  Deposits of Si.oo and upwards received and  Interest compounded at highest current rates.  Greenwood Branch^z-H.  F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbuc.  Cable Address:       "Uaukit.''  I Bedford BJ'Neill's  Codks �� Moreiflg & NealV  I keiber'6  Ghmwwood, B. C  BOUNDARY   VALLEY    LODGE  Ko. 38, 1. O.O. F.  Metis  ev��ry   'luesdaj   Evening 31 SW in  Ilie  I. ��. O. T. Hall.    A cordial invl tntlon'ib ex  teuded to ill sojourning bretliern.  D. A. MACDONALD A. I.OC.AN,  N. G. v. <;.  R. J. SAUNDERS. Kor. Svc.  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ��eery Trtdav  JIili.ak & Davidson, Lefisees.  So far_as confederation is   concerned the people of   Canada can  well afford to let   Newfoundland  alone. This country is big enough  1 in all conscience,  without taking  j in a tuppenv ha'penny admixure  j of bad feeling, pulpwood and codfish.    The island is head and ears  in debt, and it would only be saddling new obligations upon   the  Dominion to gather  it   in.���Calgary News.  J. M. MILLAR  Managkk  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yr/.k     2 00  Sis Months    125  To Forbio.t Countkiks.  2 SO  FRIDAY. MAY 21,1900  A B.C. exchange tells us that  if Cobalt had been in a B.C. district it would be a wonderful  camp; but being located back in  Ontario ''it is handicapped because everytbiog there is done on  a one-cent basis, etc."  The man who cougbed up that  spasm has seen mighty little of  the dormant potentialities of  British Columbia, or the activities now prevailing in the "weak  and effeminate east."  At the present time the people  of Great Britain are being subjected to a campaign of misrepresentation regarding the feelings  of the Canadian people on the  subject of Colonial preference.  We iu Canada are not greatly  disturbed over the tariff discussions in Great Britain.  For many years Canadian cattle have been subjected to a protective policy designed solely for  the benefit of the British farmer.  But that is only one instance,  ���while on the other hand the great  free market of Britain absorbs all  our surplus products.  Canada can afford to give a preference to many lines of British  masufacture entirely apart from  questions of loyalty cr reciprocations which could well be left entirely out of the discussion of old  land politics.  Legislation governing the establishment of terminal elevators  at Vancouver has been deferred  till next session of parliament.  It is reported that the Duke of  Abruzzi made an attempt to end  his life.  The death of this distinguished  Italian would mean a tremendous  loss to the scientific world.  Prince Rupert has vociferously  protested against the sale of  Prioce Rupert property in Vancouver.  The papers of that city also  contend that the prices to be asked are likely to be more than the  property is worth  American meat companies.  The   next   General   Methodist  Conference will meet at Ottawa.  The Edmonton Builder'9 Exchange has declined to recognize  the carpenter's union and has declared for the open shop.  The Newfoundland election resulted in a victory for the Morris  forces by a vote of 26 to 10. and  the idea of federation with the  Dominion is apparently shelved  for a long time to come.  Abdul Hamid, the deposed Sultan of Turkey, is accused of being  the direct cause of the slaughter  of 100,000 defenceless Christians  during his life-time.  And in all his years of perfidy  he conducted his atrocities under  the protection of Christian people who were each afraid to let  the other put him out of his awful business.  The postal and telegraphic  clerks at Paris, France, are mixing things up badly with a lotie;-  contiuued strike.  Sir Chas. Fitzoatrick will be  Canada's representative at tbe  Hague Arbitration court which  will sit on the Canadian American fisheries dispute.  Mr. J. Henniker Heaton says  that within a few months it will  be possible to cable to every part  of the Empire at a shilling for  twelve words. He tells of an invention by which sixty thousand  words a minute can be sent.  Now that the Dreadnought  scare is calming down we are reminded that Britain could beat  any other nation on earth without  using one of the vessels of the  Dreadnought type.  Lord Charles Beresford in a reassuring message says there will  be no necessity for panic and recrimination if the Cabinet C m-  mittee should find the navy in an  unprepared state.  General  10,000 acres of wheat are under  water in Kern Valley, Cal.  During the past week rain has  fallen over a great part of th*  prairie provinces and will materially help the great wheat fields  in which seeding operations have  been completed.  At the recent meeting of the  Presbyterian Synod in British Columbia tbe Moral and Social Reform Committee in its report from  Victoria, said:  "With one accord, mention is  made of the infamous forged  telegram in connection with the  contest in the city of Victoria.  The confession received aad published by the chief head of another denomination has only intensified tbe detestation for sucn a>base  thing. It is abhorrent to our  sense of decency that not the  slightest effort sbould be made up  this lour to have this scandalous business dnalt with officially."  Oncp more, the Cocos Island  treasure-hunter hasreturned without success. Capt. James Brown  who 'knows' where the ��60.000,000  cache lies hidden was shipwrecked  on a reef iu the South Seas and  came back to San Francisco without his treasure trove.  The English meat inquiry  board have satisfied themselves  that no monoply exists  amongst  The Chinese government has  appointed a consul-general for  Canada.  In Cape Breton the strike cloud  which hovered over the collieries  during the past month is disappearing.  Only one-twelfth of the French  Government employees are now  oa strike. The rest have been dismissed.  The placer miriiBg; season has  opened in Cariboo with more than  the usual activity. All the mines  are working full crews cleaning  ditches and other necessary work  preparatory for the season's run.  Sheep Creek has produced another $7,000 brick from three  weeks operation of the Nugget  mine four-stamp mill.  Pacific Hotel  Grikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific Is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steain heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and coay.  The West Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  *t**f**t**t,*f"l",f'"!"t*  Lord Strathcona is being sued  for the ownership of Silver  Heights on the outskirts of Winnipeg, by a man who claims that  his uncle who held the property  in trust for him before he became  of age, fraudulently sold it to  Donald Smith.  MINING NOTES  True asbestos belongs to the  hornblende family, but the commercial article is chrysotile, or  fibrous serpentine, which is found  as narrow veins iu serpentines,  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQ����0>g��Ott  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILBRR  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc,  ESTIMATES FURNMHEaV  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C,  PHONE  65.  SW'-'b  BANK  COMMERCE  B. E. WALKER, President   .  ALEX. LAIED, General Manager  ESTABLISHED 1867  paid-up Capjtal, $10,000,000  Reserve Fundi-" 5,00&,006  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England-  PflHNTRY ;RIICIMCQC4��very(vfadji;tv affordedJto farmers and  OUUW IIII i|HI?OJn��0sr-     other^for' the trinsictioa of ;their.',  banking bijiSTness.J ^ai'es^notes will be cashed or taKen f&rlcoj(lecti(pn>  RANKING   RY   MAI I    founts 'may be op$he& b;Hnahf and*  pftlinillU   Dl    HI MIL        monies  deposited  or withdrawn in  this way with equal facility.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  115  Branch  HANDBOOK.  >*       41 V;  I  oooooooooooooooeooooooo��o#  A fragment of galena, if placed on charcoal, will, under the  flame of the blowpipe, fuse very  easilv.  The total value of the mineral  production ot Southern Rhodesia  in 1908 was approximately $13,-  390,000, as compared with $11,-  646,000 in 1907,  Owing to the fact that only  ��00 of the 5.000 land grants issued  to Fenian Raid veterans having  been located, the department has  decided that nothing more will be  done in that line for the present.  The three Canadian prairie  provinces have increased over 25  per cent in (he la it two years.  The G.T.P. h.i-j had a stimulating effect.  If Canada put two million dollars into a Dreadnought Britain's  fleet would not be any more the  master of the sea because of it.  If Canada puts two million dollars  into inducing industrous and enterprising settlers to go upon her  vacant lands Britain would be  the stronger for it through all  the future years.  Money put into battleships is  money gone forever. It neither  produces wealth nor can it be recovered. Money spent in getting  settlers on vacant but fertile soil  ii seed sown in ground that wi 1  bring forth a hundredfold in national wealth and military strength  in the days that are to come.���  Edmonton Bulletin.  The tide of immigration from  east to west continues and every  time a new district in the west is  The oven does  the baking, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE GRATES  are important.  \  Double  ^Duplex  Hotel....  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  (New Bdition iMaed'Mareh,"lS08.)  Site.:   Octavo.   Pages:  1228.  Chapters : 25,.  .  Scope: The Copper- Industry  of  the  WorlrfJ. ;���"'"'% \^  Covering-; Copper'Histofy. Geology,  Qeography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, I>eachirig, Smelting,1  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substltntes.Temunology  Deposits by Districts, States.Countries  and Continents, Mines ia ;DjJpfig|rt-  istics of Production, Consumption; imports, Exports, Finances, Bividends,  eic.        .. ���"- ;;",Vi': ������"���--^���- ������.������--vA.tfifwi H*eei��-..:,i!  The Copper-Handbook is conoedediy  the   I ������:  mm ms  The Miner needs the book for the  facts it girts him rsgardio Geolegy,  Mining, Copper Deposit- - i Csppsr  Mines.  The Copper Consuster needs the book  for every chapter it contains.; It tails  whatud explains ha^r-an* njhy.  The Investor in^Cepper Shares can-  not ajfford to be without it. The Copper Handbook g irsa statistics' aad gem  ���x��t&|��rniati*n en one hand, with  theulafndsof detailed mine descriptions Ipa the other, coTt^ing the capper  mlnea^f the entire,w*rld;^ and the 4*  pages of cond*Bscd ^statistical \Jta1bles  alene are worth niore than tbe' price  of the bock to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Prion: S5.00 in Baokram whfalgUt  top, or 97.50 in fall library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent yen/  all carriage chatges prepaid, on on*  week'* appteval, to be returned if an-  aatinfacterr^ or paid^forlfJtjult*. Csub  yon afford not tosMtheb^ aa�� jndg*  for yourself of its value to yon ?  WRIT*} NOW to the editor aad publisher,  AT THE CHURCHES  PHBaBYTERiAN���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a jn.  and 7.30 p.m^< Pev.-M. D. McKee, Pas-  ton  "4. );V '--.;'}���  MBtHODisT���Rev. F, J. HutluvfurJ  B.A., will conduct set vises as u*i>al at  Methodist Church morn fug andI evening  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School*at 3.    --.;,. s ,;  Cathomc.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service let, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Hefcy  .mass at. 10. a. m.; vespers and benedlc-  tto1u':aJt''7:30^  2tS0 p.m. Rsv.J. A. Bbdah's, O. M. I. x  pastor.  Mu. ������''  ., Church ofTCnci,anp (St. Judo's)���;;  Every Sunday, Morhing and evening.;;  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7i}0 p. us."  laanay school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Oem-:  manias, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 8 a.m;;;  ether Sundays   at  11 a. m.  Saints'   Day services as announced'  Jin |Ghnrch.'. ,?"; ���:���'":��� -^  ;' ; t  'steBrtF Vernon: VenatJles, ^icar.'  ���-*"���'���  ^'SWnfcWWifSiiix;.!^*.-  Th�� Best Appoimted Work-  inf men's Hotel in the City  Lighted ���   throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stooked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREEN W00D,}B.C.  OLA LOFSTAD Proprietor  HOKACI J. STKTINi  4U SHJ6LDO NBUILDING,JBOUGH-  .   .;���.' I TON, MIOH., UiS.A. I|.  P t  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, J5.C   4       U.  ��AIHNT%Kh^ wiib to aecbre for' ',;  ��^-' their,|anghter.tlifc benefris^'lbf  a; $  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages ihe Cou^' <!;  vent School. Nelton, offers. ':���; *  The Convent is large and   comuod* .'���  Ions and a large, number  of Boarders %  can be accomodated.    The  School   U '���  anpcnatsaiaod and taught  by the 81a-  teis, who   have   much   experience  in  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christ*  ianDeetrinCtvGNusimarkr Geography,}  AHthmetie, 'I/nglishnan* iConsdlari  History.   Stenography,   Bookkeeping,  Typcwiiting, Diawirg, Algebra, G��<>-  DHtry, Mcsdlcwork, Vocal and Inatru-  m��tal'-;M,iilcrT|Ve��ick'':'*nd^  : ''"Tce-'ftfrMcr'paMculars-lpplyvto^ ^  BxrrsB Sotbmor.St. Joskpb'b School7  ;Nbi,son, B, C.  SP  ST  ii  ii  ii  Ji:  ii  it  McCLUNQ end C0ODBVE. Preprieters.  Fwiilsfead Hons^ in (tie BouwUn  WCTWMTHERWOIffl  HEALTHFUL  AND  PLEASANT  IP YOU WEAR  WATERPROOF  (HLEDOLOTHINO  ���UbCXCMVCUOvr  SoM Everywhere  Steam kUMtnn.   Liffliton   tnuwtnjkostt   with oitsttfic lights.  Firat-oloM Ber.   Strictly inp-to-a��te goote.  11 pirstcum ara. ofhday and wgiit  ��  ill  N  iu  4*  I*  Grates  "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 flre��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.  *** tv  .A V  'Il    wvrrvssB     jb  London, Tor onto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St John, Hamilton, Calgary  ������������>��������>��������������*����������������������  DOES THIS INTEREST YOU?  ���' A prominent pbysidsn, f smons for  ' bis suoesas in the treatment of kid-  ', neyssd bladder diseases, attributes*  ���' great deal of Hs suooeas to the follow-  ' ing simple vegetable prescription j~  One ounos Fluid Extract Dead*.  ;; Uoni  '.'��� '  One ounce. CompoTnd8alatonei  Four   ounces   CJompou&d   Syrap  .. Sarsaparilla;  Mix, shake well, and take in tca-  '.'. spoo&fttl doses after each meal and  <> again at bedtime.  ][ Your druggiat can supply theingre-  .. dienta, and the mixture ean be pre- ;;  ��� - pared at home at very little expense.  ' This, the doctor says, sets directly  ��� ��� on the kidneys, assisting them to fit  '' ter the poisons from, the blood and < ���  ', expel asme in the urine, at the same ';  ��� ��� tim�� restoring the kidneys to healthy,  ][ normal action.  We feel that a great aa��ny. readers \\  " wiil be pleased to lcam of tab simpls  I; preseriptloo, and knowing &�� ability.  .. of the phyfieian whose formula it Is,  ��� ��� we do not hesitate to recommend it  ;[ to any sufferer.  te as mnnnm >*ii>i��i����  *��  t  +  *��  4��  VfaktiiteteMsi^^  PbW��r, I^iglitiing', Heating and  VwMtilatSMg* Power iurninliftd.  for Hoistiag and air-comprea-  ���ing? plante, .with�� an absolute  guar antee6f continuous -pi ttj-  ��erric^ for; operatiflgv fr -J^'<��� c��� '���>  IT.-.F--1.  '^���V;  Get Our Rates. We Gffi Sale Ti Mofie  COME TO THE  FOR ;YOUR THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  r  Nelson is raising $3),000 for a  fcVM.Q,A. biiilding.  The Eastern Townships Bank  will build a stone and brick building at. Grand Porks.  . The board to investigate   differences   between   the   operators  and the striking miners in the  Crow's Nest coal region will be  composed of Colin McLeod, F. H,  Sherman, and a third arbitrator  appointed by the government.  An English syndicate will invest $2,000,000 in the halibut industry at Prince Rupert.  Cranbrook   is   to   have direct  telephonic   communication with  The WotMMn Head of Life     JL  Is The StomacbXB$s)  A man who has 0 weak and impaired stomach and who does not  properly <Ii�� ;st his food will soon find that his blood has become  wca!; aud impo'vcrL'hcd, and that his whole body ii improperly and  insufficiently nourished.  Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDIG71L DISCOVERY  makes the stomach strong, promotes the flow of  dliestlve lulces, restores the lost appetite, makes  assimilation perfect, Invigorates the liver and  purifies and enriches the blood* It Is the drear blood'maker,  tiesh'builder and restorative aerre tonic. It makes men  strong In body, active la  mind and cool In iud&ement.  This "Discovery" is a pure, glyceric extract of American medical roots,  c'jsolur.'ly free from alcohol and all injurious, habit-forming drugs. All its  i..J.cd.euts a.e printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret  no it sums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in oil the schools of  medicine. Don't accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-proven  remedy of known composition. Ask your neighbors. They must know of  miiiy cures made by it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood.  World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N. Y.  Tea  Coffee  and Extracts  ReoenFcMs Highttt Award  Dominion  1906  the Crow's Nest towns and Kings-  gate.  Prince Rupert will have a  water system installed by tbe  provincial government and the  G.T.P. railway.  Bush fires have caused tremendous damage in tbe Kamloops  district.  The provincial grand lodge of  the Kuights of Pythias held their  twentieth annual session in Rossland last week. The various reports revealed the order to be in  a very prosperous condition in the  province,  ontracts on hand figured on tbe  basis of the lower rateand cannot  entertain the plan of an increase.  A strike that will tie up building  for some time is likely to occur.  SINGING EVANGELISTIC  CURED BY ZAM-BUK.  Wife also reaps Benefit,  Hon. F. J. Fulton, Minister of  Lands and Works, was married on  May 12th to Miss Wiunifred  Davie, of Victoria.  The provincial government has  declared against Sunday baseball  Cranbrook will have a two-  day's race meet and gala day celebration on May 24 and 25.  The provincial government will  sell 500 acres of land in Point  Grey.  G. A. Harris, of Vernon, who  was recently appointed trade commissioner to Japan and Korea,  left for the Orient last Thursday.  The Frances Cutting, a captured American poacher, was sold  at Vancouver for $5,250.  Lawyer Mclntyre is suing Col-  quhoun and Shorty Dunn for expenses connected with their trial  for train-robbing.  Three Japanese cruisers are in  Vancouver harbor.  Albert Sullivan, principal of  Nelson public schools, has been  made an inspector in succession  to G. H. Deane, who has been  transferred to the position of inspector assisting the Superintendent of Education at Victoria.  The Carpenters' of Vancouver  nnion served notice that they  wonld ask fifty cents an hour for  work. This is an increase of  forty per cent. The cortractors  will reply that they have three  or four million dollars worth   of  Hon. Mr. Brodeur is negotiating with the British Admiralty  for a cruiser for Esquimalt to be  used as a training ship.  The Australian Government  has agreed on one year's renewal  of the Vancouver subsided mail  service.  It is understood that the construction of a dry dock by Nicol  Thompson and a syndicate has  been financed at Vancouver and  that the work will go on shortly.  The Ross and Howard iron works  site in the east end has been secured at a cost of about a million  and a quarter.  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc., for sale or rent. Ihe  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  GREENWOOD THE HUB OF THE BOUNDARY.  Keep Both Eyes on Greenwood.  NORTH  4  SOUTH  The City of Greenwood is surrounded by Mining Camps, which have great bodies of low  grade ore, and some of the riohest high-grade veins that have ever been   discovered.  Greenwood has big Smelters and proven mines, and a mineralized area of boundless  possibilities.  There is now a revival of mining in the Boundary Country, of which Greenwoood is the  Centre.  The day is near when as many thousands of menwill be employed in the Boundary mines  as there are hundreds now.  All that is required is more capital to work the wonderful deposits of mineral in the richly  favored Boundary.  For information Address.  FRED'K. W. McLAINE Secretary Greenwood Board of Trade.  Mrs. Birdie Ellis Johnston, of 168,  Christina Street, Sarnia, Ont., gives  the following testimony of what Ztm-  Buk has done for herself and her husband:���  "Some time ago my husband was  touring through'Michigan on a car,'  "Herald of Hope'as a singing evangelist. The minister in the car had a son,  who in some manner contracted a serious skin disease, and my husband, unaware of it, caught this from him. He  was all broken 'out in sores, which gave  great pain, and he tried first one remedy and then another, but none of them  did any good.  '���When all else had tailed, we finally  decided to try Zim Buk, and see if this  balm wonld succeed in healing the sores  and stop the itching end irritation. I  am pleased to say that a tew appli at-  ioas of Zam-Buk made a marked improvement, and perservance for a short  time with Zom-Buk effected a complete  cure.  "About the same time sore.i also  broke out all over my back, and spread  rapidly, until my back seemed one liipr  sore! This was very painful, and as  Zam Buk had proved so beneficial for  my husband, I determiner to (jive it another trial. My nurse rubbed my back  well with ' Zam-Buk. We coutinued  with this treatment, and in a remarkable short time, considering the seriou-  nes* of the case, ' my back was quiet  cleared of the awful sores.  "On still another occasions I had  need to use Zam-Buk. While cooking  som'thing on the stove, I happened to  burn my finger very badly. I applied  Zam Buk, and bound up the finger. In  the morning the pain had ceased and  the burn healed nicely."  For skin disases, eczema, ringworm  blood-poisoning, and all kinds of eruptions, Zam-Buk is absolutely without  equal, It also cures cntes, burns,  bruises, sprains, scratches, ulcers, piles,  salt rheum, prairie itch, etc. All Druggists and Stores sell at 50c. a box, or  post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for price.  For Sale���50 acres of black  sandy loam, partly cleared, well  suited fer fruit growing, one-half  mile from railway station. Will  sell for $20 an acre in whole or  part. $10 will finish clearing.  Half cash, balance on terms.  Apply to Times office, box 150.  Hang- it above your telephone���tell it to the cook���explain it to the grocer���keop it constantly in mind���Royal  Srandard Flour is a superior flour���a flour of unfailing  quality���an unvarying flour���every Sack is good���a business builder for man who sells it���a comfort to every person in the home.    Your grocer sells it.  Each month we give away ten beautiful 109 piece dinner sets. A coupon is in every 4(>t!> sack of flour. Duplicate coupons are kept in this oflice, and ten aie drawn  each month. The winning numbers are published in this  space.  Gather the coupons���you may be  a winner.  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN C0..LTD.,  Vancouver, B. C.'  ��e��**e��s*0��*s����es��sft��e��ao��Dee����������**s������ssto������*��se����  o *  ��  ��  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  Tresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  ���</W>/Wf  0  ��  0  0  e  a  o  ��  ���  o  o  *  *  ��  0  e  ��  o  a  a  a  o  ��  ��  <  ��  I  Siyiepiis of Canadian Nerth-Wcst  MOMMTBAD RE6ULATI0N8.  ANY available Tominion Lands within tlie  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  homeiteaded by any person who is the sole heatl  of a family, or any male orer 18 years of age,  to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,  more or lest.  Entry must be made personally at the loca  land office for the disrict in which the land is  situate. Entry by proxy may, however, lw  made on certain conditions by the father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an  intending- homesteader.  Tbe homesteader Is required to preform the  conditions connected there with under one of  the following'plans;  1) At least six months' residence upon and  cnltivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of the land entered for, the re  qnirements as to residence may be satisfied by  such person residing with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent'residence  pon farming land owned by him in  the vicin  ity of his homestead, the requirements as to res  idence may be satisfied by residence upon the  said land.  Six months' notice in writing should nejfivcn  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ot  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for a  period of twenty-one years-at an annual-rental  of $1. peracre.   Nut  more thaii'2,5��lacres shall  be leased to one individual or'coiupany.    A rov-  allty at the rate of five cents per ton shall  be  ollected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  DasHity of the Minister of th* Interior  H. ft.���Uaanthorlaod publication of  this  ad  varttsSmant will oat be paid for.  Tlh�� Botmmidlffliry's  ]Pfl<D>lHl@��ir Pap@iTo  Cbe  Boundary  greek times  ���������  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  Everybody  Agrees  thst COD LIVER OIL aad IRON are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody 'alee Cod Liver Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer in oil than any other  emulsion, and while it cor fains just the |  right quantity of the best form of Iron I  ���md Phosphorus, it is so scientifically}  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds  ?uiy trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the   Oil   and    Iron    is    immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians    everywhere    have    fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice.    FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  watting diseases it has no equal, and  ������You Know What  You Take"  ��[ The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  T The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  T The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  a  % Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper. msm
Purely Per
sonal |
I—>Si^H s—wsss  HJ|
Roosa is on a  fcrip t« the
McMynn   is   at
a  business
TOWN 7071Co
Greenwood and Anaconda
Call aud see the new shipment just
W. T. Hunter is on
trip to Spokane.
W. J. Devitt, Nelson,   was   in
the city Tuesday.
Miss   Ward returned from Nelson on Tuesday,
Spencer Benerman lelt for
Sturgeon Lake on Monday.
A. D. McLennan, of Rock
Creek mountain was in town on
Died-On Friday, at Walla
Walla, Wash., the wife of Mr.
Thomas Lewis, and sister of Mr.
A. L. White, of Greenwood.
A. Poe, of the Golden Eagle,
was in the city last Week.
D. J. McDsugall, who owns
valuable ranch property on Lind
Creek, and several promising
claims in line with the Argo tunnel, was in town on business
R. Denzler, Spekane, an old-
timer of the Boundary, is renewing acquaintances in the city.
J. Cunningham, Denoro, was
in the city this week.
Mrs. P. McCalman, who has
been visiting in the city, left on
Monday for her home, Elmwood,
Winnipeg, her neice, M*s. >A. M.
Davidson and children accompanied her.
J. McCreath was on a business
trip to Trail and Rossland last
S. M. Tees, ledger-keeper at
the Bank of Montreal, has been
promoted to Vancouver, his place
at the local bank being taken by
J. J. Roschon,
Furniture and Stove Man.
Phone 16
The Ladies' Guild will meet at
Mrs, Simmons on Tuesday afternoon.
The barbersof the city have decided to close their shops at 7
p.m. each evening ' except Saturday when they will be open till
eleven p.m.
The Custom's snle < f unclaimed
articles on the 18th was quite
successful, all due, no do lbt, to
the hypnotic suggestions of the
The tennis club are spending
$150 on their Government street
courts, and will have one of the
finest tennis courts in the province when completed.
The case of Dimrnick vs. B. C.
Copper Co., was finished this
week. His Lordship Mr. Justice
Martin, reserved decision.
nThe Argo Mining Company
have the first set of timbers in
place in their tunnel which thev
have commenced in the south cud
of the city.
The smelter whistle blew again
on Wednesday and about twenty
men are employed iu cleaning up
and putting things in shape.
The arrangements of the provincial gaol are being changed
so that articles may no longer be
passed through the windows to
the guests of the King.
The Assizes open at Greenwood
on Tuesday. The principal case
on the docket is that known as
the Bridesville hold-up in which
Ben Hart and the Newman brothers are charged with "sticking
up" the little town of Bridesville
ou the night of November 19
We .regret   to   chronic'e    the
death  of  William   Milroy, Esq.,
Kircudbright,  Scotland,  who
The ranchers on Lmcl Creek
want a road fr"tn the Skylark
road at the end of McDougall's
ranch to connect with the Greenwood road to Phoenix.
The distance is about two and
a half miles aud the road is aire? dy half made on the sawmill
road, the location of which is in
the proper place.
It would btnefit some half dozen ranchers, the Skylark, mines,
and a number of valuable claims
on both sides of the road.
Some of these people pay toll
to cross a property there, and in
asking the government to give
them the road they express their
willingness to assist in the con-
Wire Poultry Netting
3, 4, 5 anil 6 Feet High.
At $3, $4, $5 and $6 PER ROLL.
Each Roll Contains 150 Lineal Feet.
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THE   eiO  StORE
P. W. George was
Phoenix Tuesday.
down   from
Pine 6-roomed modern house.
4-Roomed  Cottage.
Suite of Rooms in a Block.
One Furnished Room.
City Lots at all prices,
Fine Ranch comprising 715  acres.
Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.
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Gene Shea was down the hill
on Wednesday.
We are pleased to record that
Mrs. Malcolm, Jr.,.is out of . the
hospital, and recovering.rapidly.
Mrs. Malcolm, Sr., left for her
home at Hamilton on Tuesday.
J. S. Birnie. D.D.G.M., paid an
official visit to the Masonic lodges at Trail and Rossland.
W. G. Swayne left for Chicago
yesterday where he will study
electrical engineering.
Chas. T. Rolston, representing
C. E. Tisdall, Vancouver, is in
Greenwood today.
H. P. Dickinson, Rossland, is
taking a look at some properties
in Greenwood camp.
W. E. Davidson is in the Boundary in the interests of Smith,
Davidson & Wright, wholesale
stationers, of Vancouver.
passed away at the Grand Forks
hospital on Friday last at the age
of 74 years.
1 CoJes' Wood Heater, cost
$21; in use a couple of
months ; also one cook
stove, suitable for small
family. Lawn Mower and
50-foot Garden Hose.
Apply J.S, c-o Times office
Greenwood's Big Furniture Store
Tramway Incorporation Act
and Amending Acts.
Notice is hereby given that the First
General    Meeting   of    Shareholders
of the Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway
Company, Limited, will be held at the
Company's Head Office in   the   City
of Greenwood, on Tuesday, the 25th
day of May, 1909, at the hour of  2
Duncan McIntosh, Secretary,
The Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway
Company, Limited.
Dated at Greenwood this 7th day of
• May, 1909.
Bottled *nd Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood
Phoenix Brewery Co., iKX&r^o
fittl [. M, LLC!
Monday of Each Week
Administrator's  Notice.
Grand Forks
Monday, May 24th
Baseball, Football, Athletic
Games,    Firemen's   Sports,
Automobile Races,
Horse Racing, Harness  aud
Saddle ;    Broncho    Busting
and Cowboy Races
With the  annual  Firemen's
Dance in the evening.
Renewal of Hotel Licence
TAKE NOTICE that I, L E. Salter, ol
Midway,I) .Contend applying to the Super"
intendent 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 Hotel Spokane,situate at Midway
Dated at Midway, B.C.. 10th day of May, 1909.
Application for Liquor License.
In Wellington Camp. The pro-
pert / ktown as The Golden
I'ro.vn, with plant and equipment now found thereon. For
terms and particulars apply to
G-. R. Coldwell, Brandon, Manitoba.
Special Values
Everything in the Fufm^ure Line.
Phone 27
nils in
Filled la
ubscribe for the Times
In the County Court of Yale holden at
Grand Forks.
In the Estate of Alexander Wilson.
NOTICE Is hereby given that on the 14th day
of April, 1909, it was ordered by His Honor
Judtre Brown, that A. C. Sutlon, Official Administrator be administrator of the estate of
Alexander Wilson, late of Midway B. C, deceased, intestate.
Every person indebted to said deceased-is required to make payment forthwith to the undersigned and every person having in possession effects
belonging to deceased is required fo notify the
Every creditor or other person having any
claim upon or interest in the distribution of. the
estate of the deceased is required before the 9th
day of June, 1909, to send by registered letter,
addressed to. the undersigned, his name and
address and full particulars of his claim or
interest and a statement of his account, and
the nature of the security (if any) held by him,
all verified  by statutory declaration.
After the said 9th day of June, 1909, the administrator will proceed to distribute the estate
having? regard to those claims only of which
lie shall then have had notice.
Dated at C.rxnd Forks, B.C., the 19th May, 1909.
Official Administrator,
Grand Forks, B. C.
Take Notice that I, S. T. Larsen, of Rock
Creek, intend applying to the Superintendent
of.Police, at tbe expiration of one month from
the date hereof, for a renewal of my Hotel License for the'premises known as The Riverside
Hotel, at Rock Creek. B.C,
Dated this 10th day of May, 1909.
Renewal of Hotel Licence
Take notice that I Sivert Dahl,of Midway ,in-
tend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at tueexpi ration of one month from
date hereof, for a renewal of my Hotel Licence
for the premises known as the Central Hotel at
Dated this 10th day of May, 1909.
Signed, SIVERT DAHf,
Lieavis   Greenwood at 7 a in. to
connect with Spokane train; ind
at 1 p.m   with Keremeos train.
J. McDonell.
DRAYING—We Can Move Anything
F. C.
f.»>>>\"\<<<'***^ %
the Supreme Court of British
Application for Lipor License
Take notice that I,Evan O. L^wis.of Boundary
Falls, B. C,intend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of
one montn from date hereof, for a renewal of
my Hotel Licence for the ^remises known as the
Smelter Hotel at Boundary Falls B. C.
Daetd this 10th day of May, 1909,
Signed, E. O. Lewis
A SNAP—For Sale, the improvements on a good Homestead.
50 acres ia wheat, 30 acres summer fallow. Will sell at a very
reasonable figure. 9 miles from
Ferry, Wash. Come and
over.   Joe Cox, Ferry, Wash.
Estray—A   grey
1050   lbs.    Branded   double-lazy{
S on right shoulder.    B. M. Cud-
worth, Bridesville, B.C.
National Trust Company Limited,
And Dominion, Cooper Company Limited.
PU ItSUANT to a Judgine-it of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia made in the
above entitled action the whole of the property
real and personal (roods, chatties and effects of
the above named Dominion Copper Company
Lid will subject to the approbation of the Jud^e
in Chambers, be sold by Mr. Thomas Shirley,
the person appointed by the J nil no by public
auction at the Board of Trade Rooms, Molsons
Hank Building, Hasting Sti cut, Vancouver, B.C,
on the twenty-ciiMithday of May A.D.I909atthe
hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon;
The property includes the smelter situate at
Boundary Falls, the Brooklyn, Stemwinder,
Idaho, Rawhide, Montezuma. Sunset, Crown
Silver, C. O. I)., Morrison, and Atbelstan mines,
and other well known Copper mines and
claims in the'Boundary Mining'section of Yale
District. British Columbia, tog-ether with all
lauds, buildings, machinery, equipment, tools,
fitti'ii?'. sur>;)1ifi*, find oth?r ■•im\ . c'nt'.el? and
Subic-;' '(»rps->rvftb''l<! to b'fixp.lbv tlipJudjje
the i i<!,.e.iiy wi.l be : olu hi him lots inaikcdre-
i pectively "A" and "B": Lot "A" will consist of
all the Company's property real and personal
rxcept lint i c':; lo .1 ii Lot •'"": T,->t "II"' will
c»»i""--tc'!i''fly of sun-'lio^o-i linitd foi the minrs
a id Mvialn.;* a'ld t''e bvefi' of a c >rifraet with
tlieCmii'li V IM'i'ic KaiHviy Company respecting irtt'ir'tt iatt»:;u:t <>:•.; to be shipped from tlie
l<awhi le Mines.
Catal-„ue.; uT lite jira.jeriy  iuc'.JdjJ i:   each
1 >t a : 1 the Particulars and Conditions of S:.le
cjnbr 'V:i;'iH it  t'n- oTic^ or H'"   National
'Xmst Co*"panv Lt't, in Toronto: of the Agents
cfthe i-.i-iari..i.i i!..nk   u.' uu..i.nerc-,   16   Ei-
cliaiij,'0 I'i-o.-,' :.\-w York City: of P.   F. Roo!.-\,
look it' 'heRiCivi-r at I!o:i i-l iry T..11 -.ri.kish Columbia, nrdof the ii:rlcrsV''-d.   Tlird;-cum:::its of
title I'vtiip real property and mineral claimscin
1 licex.MUinP'1 at the orticeof the uitde-siirned.
horse,   about    • ATEli i.ii.<2-tl i> ol  Auril, A. I). 19 i9.
Sulicilo.s for Ihe Plaintiffs
I•-::•-. ff Court    Building, 429
II tmilli'ii Street, Vancouver, II. C.
Next Door to P. W. Georges"
J. L.
Successor to White Bros.
Just the thing
Guinness in
Direct Importation.
Greenwood Ciatior £o
• *tt&T&?z&&i&z?$?&^^^^
Wall Paper!   Wall Paper!
at„Rork=hottoni _Prif£s....
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Globe Wernicke Agent


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