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 i"^V�����!_.-Jf_j:-*->������ '���.'���'"' -, ��� <������'';;-'-fViV\-."--'.?:';-*- \ ��������� '  4\  VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,    MARCH U,   1909.  No. 27  ^=  Wash  Spring & Summer  We have put into stock the largest   range   of   Wash  Dress Goods ever shown in the Boundary District.    All  the best and most beautiful materials are shown in   great  variety and at reasonable prices.  BARCLAY <& CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  51  ;Start the New Year Right*  * By getting a  3 REGINA WATCH \  They are the Best  in the World,  5   A. LOGAN & CO.   .  *������������������ i  J Have these Watches at all prices, from $7 to $100, J  * They are absolutely guaranteed.  Call and See Them  * Special discount on all watch cases during this month fc  tt ''   '"     Vl  De vou realize Ibe great and  distinct advantage el Buying  Your Shoes from us?  It is not the price which makes our Men's Shoes  popular, but our Policy of always having the best  Shoes possible for the price.  Every Shoe we   carry is made specially for us,  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States.  We are receiving daily shipments^of all classes  of Men's foot wear.  The time is near at hand when you will be  looking for your Spring Shoes, Don't overlook the  fact that we can show you a larger range than all the  others put   together.  P. W. GEORGE -ft CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  i  J  I MINES AND MINING j  The eleventh annual meeting  of the Canadian Mining- Institute  met last week in - Montreal. Dr.  Miller, provincial geologist for  Ontario, who was elected by acclamation . for another term as  president, gave an address in  which he pointed oat the value of  the institute.  The chaotic condition of the  mining laws in some of the provinces is one of the matters on  which the members of the institute hold strong views, and resolutions have been passed favorable to the unification of the mining laws throughout the Dominion.  The Echo group on Sheep Creek  has been sold.  Fourteen men are employed on  the Swayne group of claims near  Vancouver.  Because of their withdrawal  from the Provincial Workmen's  association of Nova Scotia to become members of the United Mine  Workers of America, the employees of the Dominion Coal company 0 ailed ge that the company  threatens them with dismissal,  and have applied to the labor department for the appointment of  a board of investigation and son-  cilliation. The men have nominated Daniel McDougall as their  representative on the board.  OPPOSE APPLICATION  (F  Rouse Cleaning  Ulants���  Powdered Borax, pound packages �� ISO.  Household Ammonia, quart bottles �� 2SO  Chloride of Lime, pound tin �� ���> ISO  Carbolic Acid, Formalin, Thenyle, Creolin, Benzine,  Soap Bark, Turpentine.  Get a bottle of Tiffany's Silver Cream, makes tar/  nished silver like new,  Large Bottles, 2SO.  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  "We Give the Most Change Back."  Travel to be Heavy,  Steamships for sale and charter  are at a premium on the Pacific  Coast and the Alaskan transpor-  tation lines are sending agents  into the Great Lakes country and  along the Atlantic to negotiate  fer craft to be used this summer  in carrying tourist parties from  Seattle to A laska.  The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, which opens in Seattle  on June 1, is of course attracting  hundreds of thousands to tbe  Northwest and that many of them  are going to take advantage of  the opportunity to see also Al-  ska's magnificent glaciers and  other splendid scenic beauties, is  made evident by the fact that excursion reservations on the regular boats of the lines are already,  made to the full capacity No  less than a half dozen other large  steamers are either now on the  the way to Puget Sound, or shortly will be, and these will handle  the balance of the traffic. As it  now stands, no less than thirty  large crafts will be engaged constantly throughout the summer  in carrying excursionists back and  forth on the six day Alaskan  Coast trip.  The traffic officials of the Hill  system of railroads and the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul estimate that no less than 1,000,000  passengers, bound for the Exposition and the Pacific Northwest generally will be handled  through St. Paul during the Exposition period. The Harriman  system puts a similar estimate  upon its business over the Or egon  Short Line, Union Pacific and  Southern Pacific.  All of these roads are making  exceptionally low round trip rates  and granting stop over privileges  heretofore unheard of. Under the  privileges offered it will be possible for the Exposition-bound  tourists to see every scenic wonder that lies between the Mississippi and Seattle, including the  Grand Canyon of the Colorado and  the Colorado Rockies, Banff on  the Canadian Pacific, Yellowstone  Park, Southern and Central California, with the Yosemite valley,  and all the rest.  On March 1st the Exposition  was ninety-five percent complete,  so that no question remains, if  ever there was one, that the big  fair will be opened on tbe day  first announced, June 1 with everything in place.  Board of Trade Takes Action Against  V V. & E.  The Greenwood Board of Trade  represented by J. P. McLeod before the Dominion Railway Commissioners lastiFriday at Nelson,  opposed the application of the V.  V. & E. railway for authority to  build a branch line to Myncaster  in the Boundary district.  Mr. Mc Leod contended that  "first, this tracthad already been  built and worked'for some months;  second, that therail way were charging higher freight between Myncaster and Midway than they  were between Fefry on the Washington side and a point beyond  Myncaster on tb�� American side;  and, tbird, that' this discrimination tended to build up the towns  in Washington at expense of the  cities on the Canadian side of the  border.  The evidence given by the railway represented by A H. McNeil  tended to show that the goods  were shipped front the American  side in bond over Canadian soil  back again to Ferry in the United States The railway denied  that the line had been in operation  for the period stated by the Greenwood board of trade and contended  that the spur under discussion  was an advantage rather than a  disadvantage to British Columbia.  Th eirlordshipsruled thattheybad  no power to give permission for  the building of a railway track  which was already constructed,  and pointed out that there was a  proper and legal procedure to be  followed put by railways wishing  to construct extensions of existing  lines. The applicant had omitted  to take the necessary steps and  the permission asked for mast  therefore be refused. The importance of this decision lies in the  fact that the railway though having the spur constructed cannot  legally make charges for carrying freight or passengers over  it  THOUSANDS TO 8E  DISFRANCHISED  Opposition Struggles for Justice  to the Electorate  Newman in Greenwood Gaol.  SCHOOL REPORT  FEBRUARY  FOR  Division I.���J. L. Watson.  Pupils   actually   attending-  25  Average daily attendance  23.55  Percentage of regularity    94 2  Pupils present every session: Ernest  Anderson, Russel Hunter, Frederick  Jaynes, Annie Johnson, George Red-  path, Hazel Redpath, Frances Rowe,  Maggie Johnson, Gertie Mclntyre,  Bertha Smith,  Division II.���J. I. McKensie.  Pupils actually attending  28  Average daily  attendance  26.45  Percentage of regularity 94  Pupils present every session:  Henry Anderson, Grace Redpath,  Lena Archibald, Maudie Bales, Robert  Smith, Worthington Fair, Sutherland  Smith, Harold Hunt :r, Judith Johnson  Eileen Jakes, Anna Mackenzie, Donuld  McAllister, James Oliver, Winnie  Skellon, Dick lay lor, Joy Cutnminga,  Ruth Bernard, Daniel McKee, l*eo  Barnett, Jack Wilson.  Division III.���C. ii. Stevenaon.  Pupils actually attending. 27  Average daily attendance. 24 95  Percentage of regularity. 94.41  Pupils present every session:  Ernest Archibald Waldo Jordaa,  Francis Jordan, Pearl Johnston, Harold McKenzie, Celia Mcintosh, Vera  Redpath, Arthur Rees, Ruby Smith,  Tom Taylor, Annie Thomas.  Victoria, B.C., March 9.���The  Provincial Legislature has been  sitting 24 hours in a determined  effort on the part of the Liberal  and Socialist members to prevent  Attorney-General Bowser forcing  on the people of B.C. a repetition of the Roblin methods in Manitoba in connection with the Elections Act. The Government is  engaged in an iniquitous attempt  to get the franchise into their own  hands notwithstanding the protests of the opposition members  and telegrams from labor and other organisations ���utside.  Bowser some time ago introduced Bill no. 9 to amend the Provincial Elections Act so as to  permit striking off names of persons who had ceased to reside in  the electoral district in which  they were registered. Macdonald, leader of the opposition, proposed an amendment intended to  safeguard the electors and clear  up uncertainties in the old Act.  This amendment contained a proviso that the name of no one  should be struck from the list  who had not ceased for a period  of at least one year to reside in  the riding. Bowser accepted the  amendment, but insisted upon  striking out the one year limitation. Mclnnis, Socialist, also  moved an amendment, that no  person's name should be struck  from the list unless he had ceased to reside in the district for a  period ef one year. In order to  gel his amendment, Macdonald  consented to strike out '* year's  limitation" in his amendment,  but stated that he would insist  upon Mclnnis' amendment being  taken up after his, Macdonald's,  own amendment was passed, with  change being indicated.  Mclnnis' amendment came up  for debate about two week's ago  and was vigourously supported  by the Liberals and Socialists.  The committee rose without completing debate, and Bowser did  not bring it on again until yesterday, when debate was resumed.  The Liberals and Socialists content that without the protection  of this amendment thousands of  voters in the province will be disfranchised. That Bowser's bill is  an attempt to repeat what happened in Manitoba, and that if  allowed to pass without amendment above mentioned, the government will have so manipulated  tbe lists through their partisan  appointees as to insure, as they  think, their safe return at the  next general election.  They are seeking to load the  dice in anticipation of that election.  Chief Banbury ot the Boundary  police, arrived home on Monday  evening bringing with him Cleve  Newman who is wanted on a  charge ot complicity in the Bridesville hold-up on the 19th of December.  Newman was allowed to escape  from custody by Constable Myers' Mr. Keffer, Mr.  Russell and Mr.  BOARD OF TRADE  A large and enthusiastic meeting  of the Greenwood Board of Trad e  was held on Wednesday, March  10th.  Mr. Broadbent spoke to the  meeting regarding the mineral  exhibit to be shown at the Alaska-  Yukon Exhibition On motion of  Mr. Mc Iotosh seconded by Mr.  Gulley a committee consisting of  nf Oroville, and it has been a  matter of considerable trouble To  again apprehend him.  He came across the International line without formalities and  will have a hearing at the Greenwood Courthouse this afternoon.  Tbe following account of the  capture,from the Oregon Journal  of Portland, will be of interest to  the Boundary people, and reflects  a good deal of credit on the successful activities of Captain Banbury:  "Bunbury, captain of the border police, started on the trail of  the escaped prisoner and after  much investigation learned that  he had a sister living at or near  Portland. He came here and  sought the aid of the Portland  police department. After having  searched for several days it was  found that Newman was near  Cazadero and when this word was  brought in Bunbury wanted to go  after his man at once. This was  after ten o'clock at night.  "We will have to wait until  morning, the cars will stop running in an hour or so," said the  Portland sleuth who was aiding  Bunbury.  "Can't we get a speaial car ?"  asked the Oanadjar1.. ..The slueth  had not thought of that. Bunbury called on the electric railway company.  "Will $100 get me a car to  Casadero and back," he asked.  He was informed that $27 would  do it. "Hurry it up," directed  the man from the north.  It required three hours to go  to Casadero, stay there half an  hour and return to Portland. The  trip was made in an Oregon City  car and 15 miles of the distance  was traversed in 12 minutes. It  is 41 miles to Cazadert), making  82 miles for the round trip.  Newman was found at a  farm  house near Cazadero   and  taken  into custody without trouble.  Deputy United States Marshal  Tim Hammersly aided Bunbury  in making the arrest.  Mcintosh was appointed to assist  in collecting suitable exhibits of  minerals to be forwarded to tbe  Alaska-Yukon Exhibition to be  held in Seattle.  The following were duly elected  members of the Board of Trade.  Messrs C. J. Mc Arthur, I. H.Hal-  ett, J. M. Millar and Charles Mc  Clung.  Mr. McLeoi, S"��1:c;*o- f��r *h<*  Board of Trade reported leifardiaj;  a petition which tlie Greo_wQo<l  Board of Trade had brought be  fore the Board of Railway Com  missiouers ot Nelsou re V. V. &  E. Railway Company. This was  laid over to be dealt with at the  next general meeting.  At tbe election of officers Mr.  E* G. Warren was again elected  president of the Board of Trade  with Mr. J. A. Russell, Vice-  President and Mr. F. W. McLiine,  as Secretary Treasurer.  The following metnbeis were  also elected members of tbe Council, Messrs J. E. McAllister, H-  Bunting, C. J. Wilson, J. P. Mc  Leod, D. Mcintosh' J. T. Beattk  W. T. Hunter, T. M. Gulley and  H. F Stow.  Fatal Explosion  Freight engine no. 1381 exploded while taking water at Farron  station about half-way between  Grand Forks and Nelson on Tuesday marning, fatally scalding fireman Cecil Glover and Donald Mc-  Qvarrie.  The cause of the accident has  not'been stated. Mr. McQuarrie,  who was 22 years of age, lived in  Nelson and is survived by his  wife to whom he was married IS  months ago.  Fireman Glover's home was at  Trail.  Saturday last the semi-annual  election of Greenwood Miners'  union No. 22, W. F. M., was held.  Following are those elected :  President���Chas. Birce.  Vice-President���T.   Y.  McKay.  Second Vice-President���James  Fraser.  Financial Secretary-Geo. Heath-  crton.  Treasurer���John Finlay, 8r.  Recording Secretary ���John A.  McLeod.  Conductor���An ton i Nigri.  Warden -Henry Barnes.  Trustees���J. D. Drake, Thos.  Bradley, Charles Birce, Henry  Barnes, Morris Peterson.  March 12. <W  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following- table rItc* the ore atalpntenu of Boundary mines for 1980, im, 190U, 1908,  19*4, IMC, 1986, 190T.19W aa reported ta tbe Greenwood Time*-  Vast  Mm-. 1901       1982       1983       1984       IMS      1906        1407        1MB       19*9   Weak  Cranky  Mlaea.... 211,762   309J08   391,718   $49,703   6530*9   XI,m   U3��fl 1,018,747 116,489 1B469  Saowehee     1,741    29480    71.212           8,426   13*881  B. C. Copper Co....  Mother Loia.  B. C. Mlae ....  99,014   141,326   138,079   174,298   147.576   1QS.9K   208,231  19,494     47,408     14,811     19465       1,41  7,455     '5.731  .....       5.644  130  Mr. Broadbent who had charge  of the Dominion .government exhibit at St. Louis, in .Belgium,  and at other great international  expositions, is in the camp making arrangements for an exhibit  of local minerals at the A.-Y.-P.  exposition. When the big fair  is over the display will be sent to  Ottawa and placed on permanent  cxhioition in the museum of the  Department of Mines in the Capital city.  The Wagner group in the Up-  par Duncan is reported "to haye  been bonded by D. C. Corbin.  Obituary,  Joseph Olivier Bedard, father  of Rev. Father J. A. Bedard, of  Greenwood, died at his home in  St. Eugene, Ont., on the 6th inst.  at tha advanced-age of 89 years.  A solemn requiem service was  held for the repose of his soul at  the Church of the Sacred Heart  on Tuesday mor��ing, Rev. Father Bedard being the celebrant.  The choir under tbe direction  of A. A. Frechette,sang Mozart's  Requiem Mass, Mrs. S. Oliver  presiding at the organ.  James Cronin has planned extensive developments on his silver-  lead properties in the Babine region this summer.  Bmma.  650      8,580    22,937  Oro Daaere      15437  Napoleon...   Others   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Make   Rawhide   Saneet         802  MoanUta Boee.       AthlMtaa      590  Morrleea   R.Belt   -   Senator.   Bray Tefle   JJo. 37    -   Beliance   9alpkarKlttff   Winnipeg- _    1,076  Goidan Crown    1-300  King-Solomon   -   Bl�� Copper   Mo. 7 Mine..   City of Farie   Jewel       160  RiTeraide,   Caraii.   _   Sally   Rambler   Batcher Boy   _   Bnntau.,   Prortdence.    _  219  Blkkorn    Strathmore.   eolaaa Bafte   Preston   _   Prlaaa Benry   _   Skylark   LaatCkaace    _   E. P. XT. Mine.   Bay_ -    Marie.       Don Pedro   O-aarent.   _.-.   Helea.    -   Raby..  80       Republic.   MlanellUa<eae_       3,496        396  37,960  14,400  9.485  3,067  11.804  3.177  20    *  18474  14,481  58,756 ��4��    24*0  294,63587,334   8,296  1,712       51,989    1,398  11486   11.213 13,033  338  32,-160    55,731   1+0,685  3,360  1.759  4486  3,339  560  363  1S.I��B  3456  4,747  1.O40  78*  625  875  646  2.080  482  310  1060  890  2,435  3,450  2X2  364  33  26,021  4830  3��SA  1*3  33  158  ���3.2*5  2,960  64,173  31.270  31.2S8  4J��  1240  11.971  3,4��   .  3<8   .  ...9  649  586  f45  30  186  993  400  726  326  778  150  20  167  52  50  380  500  60  750  S��  689  1%  73  20  40  90  80  20  580  30  NS  76'  9  18  1,140  48  140  20  15  581  98  130  48  700  28  SB  68  224  30  45  ..S3  Total, tona^.    33*810   aHJTKj  6<l0.4l9i K��V��   9334481,161^371,14_J37     Smelter  treatment���  Granby Ce    2KJ3S   212J40   401,921   896,282   407.98B   82M79   637,6% 1,037444   128419      B.C. Copper Oo.  U7.6U   148*80   182,912   219,484   21Q_38   123440   1*1,461     76.041       83,4%   S.914  Dom. Cop. Co,..          1324-0 30 M,Cr��   218411   1S3.4J9     3%3oO   Tt-Urofiuoed.     o*,389   348,439   460,940   697,464 U37.666   482,8771.172,4031,213,017 THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  t^saaxat  ims&*  CP*>  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.   $12,000,000.  Srr__TBCo-A a*D Mont Kotal, G. C. M. G.  Hon. Preeldent:   Lobd   President;   Sia Gnoaoa A. DnwimowD.K.C. M. G  Vlce-Preeldent and General Manacer :   Sia E. S. Cuohbto-, Bart  Branches in Loidoi, Kb|. Jc^/TSSBU *w 1��*. CMm_��  Buy  aud sell Sterliar Exchange and Cable Tra��e4er�� ; Grant Commercial an  Travel lers' Credits, arafl-bU in aay p*rt|of Ue world.  SAVINGS RANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  _, Greenwood Branch,    W. F. WOamjUaager.  ?kmmmmmsmsmnmmnmssmm  PROVINCIAL ITEMS  Real estate is active at   Revelstoke.  Donald.   Vt-rnon ;    second   v'ce-  president,   W.    Marshall,   Arm-  \ strontr; secretary.  R.   J. Mutrie,  aud treasurer, S. C. Smith.  /��� r  LANL  FRUIT  Princeton Board ot Trade would i  abolish the duty on coal.  The new Cambie street  bridge  at Vancouver will cost  $750,000  THE BANK OF  1909  ���  73 Years I" Business.  North America  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  The question ot local opirm  will be submitted to a plebiscite  ot the people.  Neil Black who for several  years has kept a store at Spuzzum  was found dead on the track th-��e  quarters of a mile West of S uz-  55urn station. The cause ol death  is thought to have been ht^irt  failure.  Mr. Black helped to build the  Cariboo road years ago aud has  since resided at ftpusszu n.  Coal harbor, Vancuver. will  be the site of great e;r<tin elovdt-  'is iu the near future.  A Reserve Fund  in  is as necessar}' for a  fa mily  as   for   a  com pan}'.    Tlie best  Reserve Fund for a family  is  a  snug sum of  :^y in a strong- Bank.  Bccmu  your Savings  Account   now  in the  Bank ot British North America.  Deposits of ��1.00 and upwards received and.  Interest compounded at highest current rates.  Greenwood Branch**}.. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  Uakkistbk, Solicitor,  Not-ky Ptblic.  Cable Address:       ���'HiULBTT."  I lie-furd M'HeiU'b  Codks J Moreisjr & Neat'*  Leiber s  anmmnwooo. B.O'  BOUNOAHV VALLEY LODGE  to. 38.1.0. 0. P.  NWt�� eTerjr lue.day B*snlug al 8if ia ��_t  1. ��. O. F. Hall. A cordial wtI wrtton ta ���*  tended to all ��oj'>nrn1u��r brettiem.  A. LOGAN,  V. G.  I). A. MACDONALD  N. G.  K. J. SAUNDERS, K��\ aic.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  Iwtud every Trldav  MlLLAK *  UAV1II80S. IiCBMCt.  J. M. MILLAR  Manaobk  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pun Yb-k    J ����  Six Mouths  * *  To FomtiOM Coc-t��ib��   2 SO  avenue of commerce will be  opened up that will put Winnipeg in the front rank among- tke  commercial cities of the world.  During the present session of  the House of Commons Mr. Poster has asked 55 questions, as  manj as all the Liberal members together.  His request for a return showing the prisoners paroled since  1896 cost the government $1000  to answer, and is absolutely of  no use to any one.  The amendments to the Medical bill allowing homeopaths  and osteopaths to practice were  carried, but the five years university, qualification "for doctors  was defeated.  Many people who have the mail  order habit often actually pay  more for goods than they would  have to pay to a local dealer.  FRIDAY. MARCH 12,  19W  The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition at Seattle will bring a  tide of 2.000,000 people to the  Pacific slope this year.  Tbe Boundary people should  take ati-.autage of all possible  means to lay before this great  multitude the possibilitea of the  Boundary.  Ex-President Roosevelt has  retired from his seven years'  reign of the great American republic, and the ''Big Stick" has  given place to the sunny way's of  diplomatic President Taft.  Orchard City lodge No. 5^,  i.O.O.F. was instituted at Keiowna last week.  i   5.000 Facts About Canada.  i The public will welcome ihe  | lMOy revised edition of this valuable booklet, which has b.-en  ! happily described as a tah'oid  ! encvclopedia of Canada. 1 is    | unique and clever in its  arra- ge-  Two   steamship  Hues now ply j ment aa worke(i out   bv  its c ,m"  betweeu Mexican and British Cul-1 Pi,er- Mn  Fraok Yei��b' of  Tor"  umbiau ports. onto, the well-known  writer and    lacturer.    30,000   copies have al-  The old Cariboo road will see ready been sold. The resources  a rush of settlers durirg tbe com- wealth and business of the o lin  ing1 summer.  The B.C. Electric Railway Co.  will erect an office building at  Vancouver at a cost of $750,000.  The Fiee Masons of Summer-  land organized a lodge of that  order last week with 26 charter  members.  J. N. Muir distributed 10,000  leaflets ia New Westminster dealing with irregularities of the educational department.  J. H. Hawtbornthwaite, M.L.  A., favors the Gothenburg system in the manufacture and sale  of intoxicants in B.C,  Chairman Mabee of the Dominion Railway Commission predicts that" Vancouver will have  500,000 population in 20 years.  The Grand Trunk Pacific is calling for tenders tor the supply of  300,000 ties and 4,000 telegraph  poles for use on the first 100 miles  section between Prince Rupert  and Kitsalas Canyon.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier has declared that the pressure of international correspondence has made  if. necessary to create a Department of External Affairs, aad the  proposal has been endorsed by  parliament. Hon. Charles Mur-  phv will probably be the head of  the new department,  The ancient colony of Newfoundland is suffering from the  inconveniences of a political  deadlock.  The time has about come when  this wealthy, but backward,  island should enter the fold of  confederation as a full-fledged  province of the Dominion of  Canada.  The big Fruhling dredge purchased by the Dominion Government for $250,000 has arrived a*  Victoria and will deepen the Fraser river 30 feet from New Westminster to the Gulf.  try are given in a concrete form���  a fact in a sentence. Mr. Ha mar  Greenwood, M.P. for York, E��g ,  says: "It is an eye-opener to even  a keen Canadian like myself." A  copy may be had for 25 cents  from the Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 667 Spa dina Ave., Tc ron-  to.  k*<7.\ X  ��� * ':  .----I  illfti^liii-HHam^ffi^a^H  P-fflSgwSflWiHHKBy^^^^^^lSi^S^  ^58|g3S3|j��*^  __^____S  iiiKS^3K**3��&5��^  ��_fs��g  HH  _^__|__|H_B_|_|_HH_H8KB_L__fl_9R|  Hb��^^|_^____H___h__H  K isaKsn vwBalmaawaamawmuaSht.tt&faaam  MaWflifflr?*ft4!jfl|j^fflff  l_HG,?kvl  H_SS^fl:4JKSi  3HaiC_j_��?*l_55sBH  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4   miles���cMidVpay on C/P^�� 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   (Acre Lots, with water rights  For particulars apply to The Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Co., Ltd.  R. TA1T, Manager, Midway, B.C.  D.  The joint conference of fruitgrowers and government and  railway officials at Victoria dealt  with the question of the advantage given to Washington growers by the regulations,and the installation of cold storage plants  at Regina, Calgary and other  distributing centres.  March Home Journal  The Home Journal for M rch  contains a most startling arsicle  en the "White Slave Traffic," by  Hon. E. T. Sims of Chicago, in  which the inner working of this  nefarous trade in young girls-is  laid bare. "Western Women ind  the Dower" is the subject ��� f a  most interesting discussion by  Lillian K. Beynon of Winnipeg,  and this with a quaint description of the Life of a Prairie Set  *  tier by an Englishman, gives an  insight into conditions in the  great west. The March number  is of course Irish in tone and  contains in addition to two of  Thomas Moore's Irish melodies,  an historical refefereuce to St.  Patrick, Ireland's patron sunt.  There is interesting departments  on Fashions, Fancy Work, Sick  Room, Women's Institutes,  Household, etc. For the l> >ys  some interesting coin tricks are  explained. Au increase in >-ize  and au advance in subscription  price is announced for June 1st,  but in tbe meantime subscript ions  are being taken at the old rae of  50 cents. Tbe Home Jou nal  has developed wonderfully a <l is  a credit to Canadian journalism.  Pacific Hotel  Grikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining-Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg- and the Coast.  ���f**f**fi**^**f**t**f**f"^*  00000000000000000000000900  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shing'es, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.}  B. f.  Copper  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition   issued March, 1908.)  Size :   Octavo.    Pajres :   1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scone: The  Copper  Industry   of   the  World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geologv,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralplgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes.Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in''>etai), Statistics of Production, Consumption,imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  AT THE CHURCHES  Pkesbytekian���Services will be cod  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct set vises as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School at 3.  An increase of $25,000 iu the  Dominion customs revenue for  February. Compared with the  same month last vear is an encouraging sign, it being the  first increase shown for more than  a year.  J. D. Taylor, M. P., has re  pudiated a despatch which ap  peared in bis paper, the Columbian, in regard to the Miner  escape. Mr. Taylor claims that  tke article did not originate with  his paper, but was clipped from  the News-Advertiser.  In commenting on Mr. Hawthorn th wai te's idea as to what  should be done with the local  option movement the Victoria  Times remarks:  The merits of the Gothenburg  system have been the subject of  investigation by reformers seeking for a practical solution of  the liquor problem. The fact  that it has not been adopted, except in a modified form, by any  country outside of that ia which  it originated, seems to indicate  tkat there are defects inherent  in tke scheme which reader i t  objectionable to advocates of  temperance in this aad other  English-speaking countries.  The   Winnipeg   bond issue bf  |$2,500,COO   bas   been disposed of  in London at par.  If the contention ba  true  that  a   canal  down  the  Nelson river  from Lake Winnipeg to Hudson's  i3ay would be a feasible route for  ix   months   of   the  year, a new  lo the Commons at Ottawa.Mr.  Oliver, replying to Mr. Ralph  Smith said that the number of  Orientals in British Columbia oe  January 10 last was 33,258. Of  these 17,129 were Chinese, 5,131  Hindoos, aud 15,846 Jdp*ae_e.  The number of Orientals who  had been naturalized was 7,442.  During January the total arrivals  ���f Orientals were 55.  Miss Agnes Deans Cameron has  been engaged to deliver sixty-five  lectures in the United States.  Her subject is "Wheat the Wizard of the North," and deals especially with Northern Alberta  and Northern British Columbia.  \      ���  6 PHONE 65.  ��0CK>CK>CHXHX>0O<>0<H>0<>0<K>0_*00  At the annual meeting of tbe  Okanagan Liberal association at  Vernon on Tuesday the following  officers were elected: President,  Jas, Ritchie, of Summerland ;  first vice-president,   K.   C. Mac-  There are 110 Chinese laur.dries  in Winnipeg which are to be refused licenses if thev do not c imply with a new set of reguhrions  which calls for radical chang- s in  sanitary arrangements.  The G.T.P. Shops to be   built  at Winnipeg will cost $5,000,000.  W. A. Buchanan, editor of the  Lethbridge Herald, receive d the  Liberal nomination to contest  that riding for the legislature.  Hotel...  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  The Miner need's the ttook for the  facts it gives him regardt" Geology,  Mining, Copper Dep-sit Copper  Mines.  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handoook gives statistics and gen  eral information on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  panes of condensed statistical tables  alone ate worth more than the price  of tbe book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00   in   Buckram  with gilt  top, or 87.50 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage chatges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. C��n  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and pub  ' HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEI.DO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  Catholic���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each mouth. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and bened lotion at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bbdahd, O. M. I.  pastor.  Church of Engi_vnd (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2 20 p.m. Holy Ocw-  munioti, 1st Sunday at 8 a. ra; other  Sundays   after Matins at   11 a. m.  Saints'   Day  services as announced  in   Church.  Rev. F  Vernon Venables, Vicar.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. C  DA.KIINTS who wish to secure for  * their daughter the benefits of a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Convent School. Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and commod  ious and a large, number of Boarders  can be accomodated. The School is  superintended and taught bytheSis-  teis, who have much experience in  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, Euglish and Canadian  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vrcal and Instrumental Music, French   and   Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  Sister Superior,St. Joseph's Bchooi.  ^HISON, B. C.  FELL    DOWN    STAIRS   WITH    CHU D  The following testimonial proves once again the superioiity of  " Nature's Healing Bslm," Zam-t uk. Mrs. L. Spalding ol 505 1 lie  St., Stratford, Ont., says: "Some time back I met wi h a peciiK: r  accident while descending the stairs with a < h Id  in my arms. I slipped, falling heavily on 1115 I 11  arm and elbow, receiving a flesh wound. My .u in  was infl.imed, swollen and very pair fill. I iri. d  different preparations, but the wound kepi discharging and refused to heal. Alwut this tinu my  .brother suggested using Znm-lSuk. I acted in mi  his advice. Zim-Uuk thoroughly cleaned 1 tie  wound, (topped all discharging and * ollied ihe  pain and in lour weeks the wound was 1 '����� 'y  healed. I hate had perfect 'if-e of both elbow . i,d  arm ever since and owe this good luck t����� be  wonderful healing balm Znni Kuk and w,., Id  advise others in use nothing else."  Zam-Buk 1 mes  C1H*, billises, bun.s. < czeifa feslcrirg w.tnr ,U :-i.d  all skin (lis asrs���of all ill legists anti Mo'fc. - yx:.  hox or po*i-paid from the Z;im-tfuk Co., T. k.:u.i.  Send for sample and enclose ic. stamp for pctft^e.  EVERY HOME NEEDS  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  ill ^S��^^*.fl^ffS^-^~'y^-^_^?^yS_~^^^.:g--^^ ^__<T:ij*<^''* _^_'<^^<^_'fJ!H-*  McCLUNG and GOODEVE, Proprietors.  (Finest Famished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with  electric  lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST CUSS CAFE, 0H���� DAY AND NIGHT  I  T  i  l  |5?3HS��S3W-��55^3N3��S3H_��5_;  j5Jv5^5^5^S^S^^52^S^_WS^^5S>  I  GREENWOOD, B.C.        ^  OLA L.OFSTAD Proprietor   ,���,  4  a4.4.4.4.4.'frfr'fr'frfr'fr'frf'fr.fr��f*4..fr4.4.4>***fr* se  1 III If HI  *��  *��  *  *  *  4.4.4.  1  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of  continuous ] < t (3  st-rvict for operating.   :  :  :   :    J  Get Our Rates. We un Save You Money  *+++*+*+**x THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  jits  +ilfYyvirir&r<wywyv/&>r/>t*tar<  I GENERAL NOTES  l&reKtyW&i^ngRgSZ1 -WOCBCT -��XW.!W VW.XXXW *Zt  The L rM��iii��j 1 ]<-���will be tbe  first v, ssel of ber tpje iu the British navy.  She wiil be without funnels because of the in r n'iuciinn ol internal cu'iibiis i >n e igiit- as a pr<>  pelling pnwi-"-.  A convetiti'in <>f iu til; rm ��� ��� u-  f.'.cturcrs and retailors fr> m ti e  Great Lakes fcn th�� Pacific 0 >asi  will be held atCUii>arv on Apiil  13 b.  The   Legislature of   Quebec is  in session.  President Roosevelt's parting  word was on the essential need  ot an American naval policy.  The receipts of the Red Cross  Society for the Italian disaster  amounted to $3,692,929.  Afraid of Ghosts  Many people are afraid of ghosts. Few people  are afraid of germs. Yet the ghost is a fancy and  mat germ is a fact. If the germ could be magnified  to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more  terrible than any fire-breathing dragon. Germs  can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe,  tbe water we drink.  The germ can only prosper when the condition  al tbe system gives it free scope to establish  it-  aeff and develop.    When   there is a deficiency of  vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek,  a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the  sleep is broken, it is time to guard  against the germ.    You can  fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's Gold-  eat Medical Discovery.    It increases the vital power, demises the  system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so  that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to   breed.  M Golden  Medical  Discovery" contains  no  alcohol, whisky or  habit-forming drugs.    All its ingredients printed  on   its   outside  wrapper.     It is not a secret  nostrum but a medicine op known  composition and with a record of  40 years of cures.    Accept no  substitute���there is nothing "just as good."   Ask your neighbors.  several wceVs, during- which I was m-  der tlie treatment of mv dodtor. I*e�� m-  ed to get little or any better, no m it er  what I tried, und this w.-b my state  when Zam Buk was rvco'nni- tided to me  I laid in a supplv. end to my grot joy  it beyari in ct n: me. 1 rubbed it well  in every nigh', aiirl when a few boxes  had been hs��*<1, found i was free   s>eain  frf.m ihe pain and stirrnessuf rheumatism I h.-ive had on more tr> nhie from  the f'.i-iciist' ami unhesitatingly ri commend Zim-Biik to all who suffer from  rheumatism, muscular stiffness, etc"  ZamBik is nls i n sure< u-e f recz'-ma  ring-worm, ulcers.al.isces.ses, p'les. bad  leg. si-pi'iiralini: wi nnds, cuIn burns,  t rtiises, ch-pped hands, eld -cracks,  ai d a'l skin injur'esaiid disease. A 1  ch up gists and > tores sell at 5oc. per  h- x. < r post free from Zam Buk Co ,  Ton nto, upon rejeipt of price.  President  Roosevelt  has f^ced jurors was exhausted in the   Cal-  the camera nearlv 40.000 times.     . houn trial at San Francisco with-  | out a discovery of   aa   occupant  Tbe prospects for the Conservatives in the Alberta campaign  are decidedly poor.  for the twelfth seat in the   jury-  box.  A reduction of 10 per cent, in  the wages of every employee has  been made by the Lackawanna  Steel company.  Reports to the'Weather Bureau  from stations on the Great Lakes  show that the ice-fields are neither 'arge nor heavy and as the  Detroit river is open an early, opening of navigation is looked for.  Edmonton will take a plebiscite  on the Sunday  street  car ques  tion.  The Eiffel tower wireless station at Paris has received a message from Glace Bay, N.S., establishing 3 new record for a long  distance message.  Surveys will commence as soon  as possible on the A^erta and  Great Waterways railway from  Edmonton to Fort McMurray.  The bonds are guaranteed by tbe  Alberta government to the extent  of $20,000 per mile.  Navigation on Lake Ontario  has not been actually closed all  winter.  The sixteenth special venire of  Tlk@ BomuMaury's.  Boundary  Creek times  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining- District.  ���f The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ���J The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interestsevery  month.  ���f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  Members of the Russian Duma  ebjeet to huge appropriations for  military expenses.  It is estimated that the coming  season's export grain crop of Alberta will reach thirty-five million bushels.  Special trains have been already  sent out by the C.P.R. for settlers coming to Western Canada  and a new record in immigration  is expected.  Competent authorities believe  that $12,000,000 will be a conservative estimate of the building  figures for Winnipeg this year.  MRS MURRAY, graduate in vocal  and iii<irutnent.il music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, org^an and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday, for terms and further pat ticu-  lars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���lands,timber or min.  es���in British Columbia.  Address in first instance  with fullpurticulars���*'Capi-  tal," c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Vancuver,  The United States   will   have  penny postage with France.  Tortured by  Rheumatism  Zam-Buk win Give You Ease !  Just at this season when the cold dry  winter is giving away to a milder yet  more humid season, the germ of rheumatism, sciatica, and alied ailment  come upon their victims with renewed  force.  As soon as you feel any deep-seated  pain in the joint, back, wrist, or elsewhere, place a liberal supply of Zam-  Buk on the fingers or on]the palm of the  hand, and rub it well into the part affected. The penetrating power of this  "embocations-balm" is exceedingly  great, and once having reached the  seat of the patn it removes it speedily.  It also ends the stiffness which is so unpleasant.  Frequent rubbings of the afflicted  parts with Zam-Buk will not only drive  out all the pain, reduce swelling etc,  but will strengthen the skin and tissues  and enable them to resist cold and damp  The following case will show how Zam-  Buk brings ease to those tortnred by  rheumatism.  Mr- P..G. Wells, of 338, Ogden Street  Fort William, Ont., says:���"Following  my duties in attending to passanger  I often get wet through with rain and  steam (the latter in winter). This wih  hours of duty tn icehouses in summer  was no doubt the cause of my contracting of rheumatism in both knees, left  arm, and shoulder. This got so bad  that I could no longer work, and was  laid off on three different occasions for  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Sprinirdale and Mavis Mineral Claims, situate  in (ireeunood Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located: In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE tbat I, Edmund T. Wickwire, Free Miners' Certificate No. B14251,  intend, sixt v days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining-, Recorder for Certifica es of  Improvements, for tbe purpose ot obtaining  Crown ftrauts of the above claims.  And further lake notice  that ac ion,  under  bection 37,  mubt   be  commenced  bet' re   tbe  issuance of such Certificates of Improvement*.  Dated this 20th day of February, A. D. 1909  EDMUND T. WICKWIRE.  SAVE  Royal Standard  Coupons  And win a handsome China Dinner Set  Every user of this famous bread flour has an equal chance to win one of  ten beautiful and costly 109 piece dinner set that we are (living away each  month.  Remember a coupon i; placed in each 491b. sack of ROYAL  STANDARD Flour leaving our mills The duplicate coupon are placed in a receptacle and ten are drawn each month. The lucky numbers will  he announced in this space the first issue of the month. Gather all the coupons you can, and compare your numbers with the winners as announced  each month. Your name may be among them. Do not let this ad pass  your eye each day.     It may announce that you have won an elegant  prize.  Full details of the contest on the back of each coupon. Priz.es wilf be  shipped prepaid to any address on receipt of the duplicates of the coupons  cantaining the winning numbers.  Roval  Standard Flour is manufactured only by,  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN C0.LTD.  Vancouver, B.C.  Snynopsis ol Canadian Xorth-Wisl  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  AN Y availiifole ��� ominion Lands within the  Railway H.'lt in ISritish Columbia, rnny be  homesi-ailed by any per.-uii who is tho .solo lK-ad  of u family, or any male over IS years of aj;e.  to Hie extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,  nil re or less.  I'.ntry must be made personally at the local  land oflice for the disrict in which the land i>  siluate. Entry by proxy may. however, be  m::deou certain conditions by the father,  mother, son. ilanirh:er. brother or sister, of an  intending homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  Conditions connected there with under one of  the following plans;  1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (-) If the father for mother, if the father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of tin-land entered for, the re  quirements as to residence may be satisfied by  such ]*t-Kiui roMdinir with tlie father or mother.  (.?) If I lie settler has his  permanent   residence  poii fariuiii}.'laud-lu't.eri by him iu   the   vici i  ity of his homestead, the requirements ,;s tn residence  may   be  satisfied by residence upoi�� the  said land.  Six mouths" notice in writi.itr should be given  to the Commissioner of dominion Lands at Oi  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.- Coal mi" iue; rijrhis miy be leased fora  period of twciity-uur years at an annual re..tal  of 51. per acre. Not more than 2,5tt��acres fchall  be leased to one individual or company. A roy-  ality.v. the retcoffive cents per ton shall be  ollected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the   Minister of the Interior  N. 1$.- Unauthorized publication of this ad  v'ertiscment will not be txiid for.  f  ��� !A-I ILL ���!���*-���<  "i  Ladies' Calling Cards,Hol-  land   Linen, can   be  had. at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  WORTH  TAKING  On* onnoa Hold BSxtr-ot Da-Mien;  One ouno. Compound 1-Utw ;  Tour otmoM Oompoud Syrap  -Suwpwrilte)  Mixed aad Ukaa ia taaapoaefal  doaaa altar each ma-laad-lMdtaaM,  is pronannoad by a prearimaat pay-total te ba (ha bast Mixta** tor ta*  oar* of tha Udnay, bladder, aad all  urinary troablaa.  Thia tay* tha doctor, ia th* Mai  ' iirapls though N-uurkahfe pi*mitp  : don ever wrlttw to al'ian��� ta*  ajntam of uaaa-Mte aad waato  nutter. It arte m imnU toafo  ta tha kldawa, !_*__��� vtaft to ��*r  ���at the aaUb aaa paa*B��) c-araeav  i_�� rheumetkm, haw task, aetata**  ~"   "       art-tag   Crest  fesarowdat  ���thar  ,i-9-r* blood.  Th* iaydt-Bt* <  any good drag atoro, i  TomtoU* and oath '  oasuy b* mixed at 1  It to* her* a auderiag Maud ahaw  -UatohiB.aahevin aaaWktaaly  boftoundto w-d aoebaalo  ire, -a-laiagpwoty  tiwly hor-il***, aaa  Liham.  I  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.  Range  \ Double  \pijplex  Grates  ���f Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper.  "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.  -���sdM,T��rMt*. Montreal, Wtnnl{��g, Vancouver, **L Jofen, Hamilton. Calgary  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  8  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  Clubbing Offers  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*  HOME-MADE  MEDICINE  Said to Relieve Kidney Trouble  and Rheumatlim  One ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion ;  One ounce Compound BaUtone;  Four ounces Compound Syrup  Sarsaparilla ;  Mixed and taken ia teaapoonful  doses after nioala and at bedtime, is  stated by a prominent phy_(oian to  give most excellent result* ia kidney  or urinary afflictions, and alao in  rheumatism and ���ciatiec The mixture opens the clogged pore* of the  kidneys, thus assisting taem in their  work of filtering all waste and poisonous matter from th* blood, awf expels  these in the urine. To allow this  ]>oiBonous matter to remain means  that it will settle in the muscular  tissues or joints, and oausa the untold  misery known aa rheumatism.  The mixture isoompoaadof harmless vegetable ingredianfa which can  be puroh-sed at any good drag store,  and mixed at home.  Anyone suffering from any of these  afflictions will no dombc a* pleased to  learn of so simple aad highly raoom-  mended remedy.  Everybody  Agrees  that  COD  LIVER OIL and IRON   are  beyond question the greatest medicines knnwn. Then why does not  everybody 'ake 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  !>y the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable und the Iron digestible.  While  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and  is richer  in  oil than any other  eniuhion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of lrc;n  ind Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thou-  ���iand finds   any trouble in   taVing   it  ���\n<] 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 jargely  in their practice.    FERROL is invalu-  ahle for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  "You Know What  You Take"  BOVRIL  the kitchen  economist  We will send you THE HOME JOURNAL  and the  Boundary  Creek Times  for one  year*  Send us $2.25 and receive the Greatest Canadian Monthly  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  Much of the 1 -ft-over food you now  throw out c.-ii he turned into uvli-  cious dishes by the addition of a  little Hovril.  It gives warmeu-over i;u-:it'j the  juiciness of the ori^inu.1 cookiny.  It Jfivcs body and strength to soup:;  and yravie^.  It gives a delicious, [! tuant ���'.:.v<.T  to cold meats and iiashc...  Every day yon will find Bovrli a hel|>  and an  economy   in   yv-ur kitchen.  Bovril contains the < s-'.-ice, flavor  and nutrient substAiico ef the very  best beef. It gives s: rcti ;ih and  �� nourishment to the invalid, and he'p-  fulness  and economy to the cook.  All good grocerr. sell BOVRJL  S?s3 THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  i  Sweet as a  Nut  in -ji -��� -ii-.il ��. ii ����������� - ��� -�� "���'��� *���*"��� *1��  Purely JBersonall  ill*-.-> --���.-i ii.�� ������' i i      ������ ��� ���'��� -- i "T  Harry T. Hunter is on a trip to  North Dakota. ���  TOWN lOVIC*  That's what people say about bread made from  Purity Flour  It is reliable.  It is Appetizing.  It contains more  flours.  nourishment than  Everything Fresh in  Groceries  At the  I  i  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents,  Furnishings.  mmim mmmmmmw^wm^  just the thing  Bass and   ���-^  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS GFEENWOOD  H. Falconer, of Calgary, was in  town Tuesday.  C. F. Hamilton, of Spokane,  was at the Imperial on Monday.  Mr. Cudworth, of Bridesville,  was in Greenwood on Tuesday.  I. Crawford, merchant, of Rock  Creek, was in town the first of the  week. *  Dr. W, E. Spankie and Recor-  er Cunningnam have returned  from the coast.  N. J. Cavanagh. a Nelson mining man, was in the camp this  week.  Thos. U. Hanson, merchant,  Rock Creek, was in the city on  Monday.  J. L. White arrived oa Monday  to take charge of While Bros,  drug emporium His many friends  ;ire glad to sc^e him back in the  city.  Blake Wilson, coast manager  for P Burns & Co., was in Greenwood this week.  Born���On March 7th, to Mr. &  Mrs. William Johns, Deadwood, a  girl.  H D. Rochefort, of tbe Bank  of Commerce staff, has returned  from a month's vacation at the  coast.  Miss B. M. Dvnes was visiting  at Nelson this week.  E. B. McMynn, formerly of  Kock Creek, was in the city this  week and left on Wednesday afternoon for Lethbridge.  Mr. and Mrs. R, C. G. White  left on Thursday for Alberta  where they will make their home  in the future, and their departure  is a distinct loss to the city. Mr.  White has be^u in tbe drug business in Greenwood for eight years,  and besides having the reputation  of being a careful and competent  chemist was active in various  matters pertaining to the welfare  of the community; while in church  and social circles Mrs. White will  be missed by those who had the  pleasure of her acquaintance.  There will be a meeting ��f the  Kettle Valley Fish & Game Association at the Government office  on Monday evening at 8 30 o'clock  Boundary Valley Lodgre No.  38 1.0 O.F., will give their annual smoker tonight in their  lodge room on Greenwood street,  and all Oddfellows and their  friends are cordially invited to be  present.  The B,C, Copper 0 >. have curtailed their force at the.,Oro Denoro, and 30 men who have been on  development work at the Mother  Lode have been laid of.  Mr. and Mrs, H. A. Greig, of  Weyburn, Sask., who bare been  visiting Mr. and Mrs. Greig, of  the Pacific hotel, left on Wedr.es.  day for their prairie home.  Greenwood hotels have received  instructions to close their bars  tight on Sundays.  A shipment of machinery for  the Jewel stamp mill has arrived  at Eholt.  It is said that the C.P.R will  have five gangs of surveyors and  timber cruisers working in the  Columbia and Western Lind  grant this summer  John A. Strom and Goda A. Er-  icsor, both of Greenwood, were  granted a marriage license this  week.  The Dominion Railway Commissioners ordered the C.P.R to  instal an electric bell at its cr>s;-  sing near the Kettle river iu  Grand Forks.  The remains of P. J. Killen,  who died in Phoenix last w^ek  from injuries received in the G an-  by mines, were interred in the  Greenwood cemetery last Frid -ty.  The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church will hold a birthday party in the Auditorium on  March 30th. Tea will be served  trom 3 to 5 30 u'clock.  The store of Thos. H irdv & C->.  Midway was damaged bv fire last  Sunday to the extent   of   several1  thousand dollars. |  Richard Armstrong, who is in-'  terested   in the  liromotion of the  big tunnel scbime, is in Spokane  and is expected to arrive ia Greenwood tomorrow.  H. M. Moir representing the  Gasoline Lighting Co., of Vancouver, isiuthe city, having come  here alter a rive monih's stay in  Fernie where h�� placed 100 plants  of the Moore gasoline light.  Atn.ut ten systems have been,  installed betvetn here and Phoenix, in churches and business  houses; and they have proveu to  be efficient and economical. With  this system uf lighting, one gallon oi gasoliue will maintain a 600  candle power light for t)0 hours.  The memorial east window presented to St. Jude's church, was  unveiled oa Suaday miming last  in the preseuce of a large congregation. A short description of  the window may   be ol interest.  The centre panel represents the  Ascension of Jesus Christ into  Heaven, with the Apostles gazing upward at the ascending figure. The side panels are inscribed with tbe words taken from St.  Luke's Gospel, "This same Jesus  which is taken from you into heaven, shall so come again in like  manner, as ye have seen Him go  into heaven." The two small  panels at the top corners of the  window contain respectively the  emblems of the Cross and Crown  and the Crossed Kevs. The window being a memorial bears the  inscription customary in such cases,, and reads: "To the glorv ot  God, and in memory of Samuel  McAllister, of Toronto, Can."  W. G. Sanderson, of Peterborough, wh'ihas been in the Sister's  hospital for the last three week's  suffering from an attack of typhoid fever is rapidly  improving  arid  txptcts to be out at:   the first  lot the week.  The Ladies'Reading club will'  meet at Mrs. Keffer's on M >ndav,  tbe 15th.  You Will Save Money  by having a couple of pair of odd trousers in  in your wardrobe. For you will get double the  wear out of your coats and vest and the general  appearance of your clothes will be so much improved through having a change-  After all, the greatest wear comes on the trousers and once they are shabby, the suit is about  all in  Isn't this reasonably.  Think about it and then come   in and see the  snappy, well made, fiine-fitting  CampbelPs   Clothing  showing.    Prices  odd    trousers we  g3.00 to $8.50.  are  from  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  Ltd.  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Dumas' Masterpiece Here Soon  Tbat tremendous drama of the  Napoleonic period "Monte Cristo"  will be presented at the Opera  House on Tuesday March 16th  with Frederick Clarke as tbe  Count, and an excellent company.  This play is under the direction  of K. Willis, and no expense has  been spared to make the production complete in every detail.  Ihe beautiful storv of Alexander  Dumas, is splendidly staged and  and the cast chosen with an eve  to make this production the best  tbat has ever been through Canada. It is perhaps one ot the  most expeusive productions that  has ever been through this province The costumes are in keeping with the Napoleonic period,  and strict attention is giving to  every detail. No one should miss  this rare dramatic treat.  When vou want Wall-paper,  send for us. We will give you a  figure on the finished job. McRae Bros.  At the present rate of appointment it is estimated that in six  month's time every third Tor v in  B.C. will be an agent of the McBride government.  A fairly good audience were  dehsrbted at the Auditorium 1 ist  night- with the presentation of  that quaint Irish drama "K-rry  Gow."  For Sale���Buggy in good condition; $65. Light wag��n, in  good condition, $65. Light single harness, $15. Also goo I 7-  year old horse, weight 1150 lbs.,  he's a beauty. A. L. White'  Second-hand Man.  MICE OF DISSOLUTION  Notice is hereby given that the  partnership subsisting between  us. tbe undersigned,as Druggists,  in the City of Greenwood in British Columbia,under the firm name  of "White Bros." has this day  been dissolved by mutual consent:  All debts owing to the partnership are to be paid to the" undersigned John L. Wtrite,- at said  city, and all claims against the  partnership are to be presented  to the said John L. White, by  whom the same will be settled.  Dated   at   Greenwood,   B. C,  March 10th; 1909.     "  Witness, j     J. L. White.  I, H. Hallett    \     R. C.G. White  Made on the Premises  Bed Lounges  Strong; in build and Handsome in  appearance.  Full size from 17*50  T. M. Gulley & Go.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  "   " ^  Phone 27  ���I* ��f�� ��|r *g> ��|�� ���$�� 4. �������� ���!��� �����. �����. .g. ��|�� .$. ��g�� ���$��� ��|�� ������� ��|�� ��|. ��|> .��* ��|�� jl .|�� <  t  Does Your  Ache  Head  A.L.WHITE  ����JIudiforium.��  ONE NIGHT ONLY,  Tuesday, March  16  Drop in and leave it with us  as it will unlycost you 25c to  get rid of the Worst Headache you ��ver had.  X  *  TO RENT  Fine.6-ropmed modern house.  4-Roomed Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715 acres.  4-  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. t  T OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. J  4* 4*> 4* *����� �����������!��� ^�����*4'4*4*4'4'4'4^4',��'*f*,f**9'''t*,f**f*,f*4*  i  I  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16  Antiseptic Hand Cleaner has  got soap skinned a mile. We  guarantee the goods. 2nd Hand,  A. L. White.  Pianos, sewing machines, stores, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Twe-storey 10-room House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mortimer.  Fer Sale���A 5-room cottage in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed. Easy terms. Apply to L. Daignault, Anaconda.  E. WILUS Presents  FREDERIC CLARKE & Company  in a gr*at production of Alexandre  Dumas' Great Play,  n  WHITE BROS.,  Druggists - Opticians  ::  ::  |P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  *  ��  ��  *  *  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  *  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  DEALERS IN  *\  ���i  *i  ���1  *i  ���1  ���I  *1  Tresb and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry.  ii  ���������a***��������0��ft��*������*��������������*��������^v^w����*����*����0��***��������l  || Palace Livery Stables  ~^2W-^_*S_*S_^^-*?_^=��  -S^Ed^-  f-^-��53y5a��?S��3��Sa��55lW3��55�� -_^_&^?_*  ELEGANT SCENERY,  GORGEOUS COSTUMES,  GREAT MECHANICAL AND  ELECTRICAL EFFECTS.  Mail Orders will receive prompt attention. Positively no one seated during  action of play. Curtain rises 8 30 sharp  Prices $1.00. 75c. & 50c  Seats on sale at Logan's Jewelery Store  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS OF  uARt ONATED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES FOR FAMILY USE  |  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  j; Phoenix Brewery Co., feS^ft,  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  C.  BUCKLESS    PROPRIETOR-

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