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 -' y&>  VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, JUNE 24. 1910.  Bargains in Preserved Fruits  Strawberries. Black Currants, Peaches, Plums,  Pears, in 2-lb. glass jars at 25c. each.  NEW TEAS-SEASON # liO  Joya Tea, considered the finest, in 1 pound cannisters  at 40c-. 2 pounds 75c, 3 pounds $1  The Old Favorite, "NABOB,"  At 40 cents a pound  THIS  WEEK   ONLY  Russell-Law Caulfield Co., Ltd.  GROCERIES.    CROCKERY,    HARDWARE,  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS.  UNIVERSITY  SCRIMMAGE  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store |  .v.  OUR VALUES IN  i ii ties in mm II  ��<W-'  Cant be beater!,   -Agents for *  ^  Ostermoor, Florida Felt,and Health Mattresses  Several cheaper grades always in stock.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  T. M. Gulley �� Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -  Phooe 27  (?  *V  Toilet Needs  FOR SUMMER  SanitOl Cream Dawett & Ramsdell's cream  Pompelan Cream        Milkweed Cream  Hazeline Snow Malvina Cream  Kosmeo Cream Exora Cream  THOMAS' WITCH HAZEL CREAM  Talcum Powders, Toilet Waters,  Shampoos, Etc.  *8s  Thomas Dmg and Music Co.  ^  P. BURNS & CO.  3��  v;^3tle and Re-iii Dealers in  F  l ��� h  ; s i ? ���* a 1U  Meats  Who will eventually have the University in their midst is a; matter of  much conjecture. It is decidedly a  hard nut to crack. Where to place  it, how to dispose of the many claimants with their site in B. C. arguments, and all presenting in glowing  colors the ideal advantages of their  particular districts. The gentlemen  omprising the University site commission must certainly have to scratch  the'r craniums to avert hard feelings  and maintain peace in the family.  The position of those commissioners  is not to be envied, and how to decently dispose of the numerous advocates of this special attraction would  puzzle a Philadelphia lawyer. It is  certainly not ~ a picnic they are up  against. Even before starting on their  tour of inspection of the country Vancouver, which so naturally dislikes  anything good to get past them, had  the first innings, and most persistently blew its own trumpet, exploiting the vast advantages they could  offer, and, in fact, the commissioners  would be making a serious mistake to  carry thdr quest any farther. Then,  when a get away could be effected,  what a gauntlet to run. Every town,  village or camp must butt in and have  their say, and the same program enacted.  Nelson, the big feeling, lake side  settlement, must be faced. No getting by it under cover of darkness,  and Nelson goes to the bat. No place  like Nelson for the site, and has been  Heaven-gifted with such peculiar advantages that no other district could  possibly duplicate, and providentally  fitted out expressly for a university  city. If the commissioners get clear  with an unburdened conscience they  are to meet with more embarrassments at Grand Forks, which, you  know, is the big tyee town of the  Boundary, and the powwow they can  spiel out is enough to bewilder any sane  person. Of course they have a really  beautifully situation and lots of commanding sites for this seat of learning, but they have the big smelter,  and are fast increasing the acreage of  fruit growing, and an advanced seat  of learning would not have for them  the continued interest which it requires. In fact, Grand Forks has  already graduated and has got her  noddle full now.  But Heaven only knows where the  commission is to get off, how to dispose of these with a most delicate sort  of acquiescenses to all that is brought  forward, how to get away from all  these sweet charmers is a big contract  of itself. The only feasible solution  would be for the commissioners to  delay decision and trek on to Greenwood, take in its fine points, situation,  climate, surroundings, all incomparable, and the vexed matter is solved on  sight.   FARM HANDS SCARCE  GREENWOOD  CITY COUNCIL  and Game  ,..-_.,. '.35fco>  o^er Street, Greenwood, B. C.  i.*.**��* jtisi  I  That the supply of farm hands  is totally inadequate to meet the  demand is the firm conviction of  J. Bruce Walker, the chief immigration agent at Winnipeg. He  states that he could place 5,000  farm hands immediately, and he  fe.d? when harvesting time arrives there will be a scarcity of  men, which may cause grief to  some farmers.  SHOTGUN CLUB  The following is the score ot  the meet of the Greenwood Shotgun club last Sunday:  Shotat Broke  K. C. B. Frith    25 18  A. J. Irf>gan    25 18  K. Re����..    25 19  R, J. Sanders    25 21  The City Council met in regular  session Monday evening, Mayor Mcintosh and Aldermen Dixon, McKee,  Craig and Sater being present.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Sater, that the  minutes of the previous meeting be  adopted as read.    Passed.  The finance committee reported  the following accounts correct:  G. H. Thompson, $10; K. Bell,  $12.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Craiu, that the  report be received and the accounts  paid.    Carried.  The mayor reported that 250 feet  of hose at #1.10 per foot had been  ordered.  Moved by Alderman Sater, seconded by Alderman Craig, that the  street committee get the cost of repairing the South End bridge and report at the next meeting.    Carried.  The mayor reported having allowed  the B. C. Copper Co. #20 toward  the repairs to the foot bridge.  Alderman Dixon asked leave to introduce Bylaw No. 3, 1910, the estimates bylaw.  Moved bv Alderman McKee, seconded by Alderman Craig, that leave  be granted.    Passed.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Sater, that Bylaw  No. 3, 1910, be read a first and second time.    Carried.  Alderman Craig asked leave to introduce Bylaw No. 4, 1910, Rate bylaw.  Moved by Alderman McKee, seconded by Alderman Sater, that leave  be granted.    Passed.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Dixon, that Bylaw No. 4, 1910, be read a first and  second time.    Passed.  Alderman Sater gave notice that he  would, at the next regular meeting,  ask leave to introduce an amendment  to the Revenue bylaw.    Passed.  On motion the council  adjourned.  TEN YEARS AGO  (Prom Boundary Creek Times of June 24.1W0J  Strawberries are selling at 10c.  a box.   Fred Jenks,  from .England, is  at the Armstrong.  Placer gold discovered in  the  Myers creek district.  His Honor Judge Spinks holds  county court tomorrow.  Mrs. Larkin  opens her handsome new block on Friday.  Prof. Odium, representing the  Vancouver World, is in the city.  The grand All Star combination will appear tonight at the  Auditorium,  Tbe Auditorium hotel will be  opened on July 1st, under managre-  ment of Mrs. E. Armstrong.  A. J. McMilliati, manager of  Rossland and Slocan syndicate,  and owning the Snowshoe mine  is registered at the Armstrong.  The Gordon Highlanders revenged the battle of Majersfon-  tein at Thaba N'chu defeating  the Boers, who greatly outnumbered them. A splendid victory  for the Scottiee.  The biggest train palled out of  Merritt to date was tbat of Tuesday in last week. There were  twenty-five cars of coal, ten cars  of cattle, a baggage coach and  passenger car.  AIRSHIP FOR  PASSENGERS  ���BMcaanrxM > .<* �����  The maiden voyage of the first  German passenger airship, the  Deutschland, occured on June 22nd.  The course was from   Friedsrwen to  WE.SHOULD  ADOPT THE PLAN  ���(MMi-^  The Bank Note company, of Ottawa, adopted the daylight-saving plan  with such success that 89 manufacturing  concerns  in   St. Paul   have con-  Stuttgart,   Mannheim,   Cologne   and fr-iLidcd to give it a trial  for  the  sum-  Dusseldorf. ,_-r.    'fhe plan consists in beginning  The   Deutschland   was  built after j work an hour earlier in  the  morning  the   Zeppelin model,   jointly for the  Hamburg-American  Steamship  Co.,  and the German Airship Stock Co.  The epoch-making aerial excursions  will be carried out on a luxurious  scale. The cabin of the Deutschland is of mahogany, built after the  style of a sleeping car. It is carpeted, and inlaid with mother of pearl.  Large windows provide an outlook on  both sides. It is situated between the  gondolas. A restaurant will supply  cold meats, coffee, tea and wine.  The dimensions of the vessel are:  Length, 485 feet, width, 46 feet. Its  capacity is 24,785 cubic yards of gas,  and it will carry three motors totaling  330 horsepower, with a speed of 35  miles an hour.  The limit of the voyage is fixed at  700 miles. The lifting capacity of  the craft is 44,000 pounds, of which  11,000 pounds will cover crew, passengers and freight. The first trips  are already booked, the fares varying  from $25 to $50.  MARRIED  On the 15th inst., at Victoria,  B. C, Joseph Earnest McEwen  and Olive Regina Standish Summers, second daughter of James  Summers, of the Dominion hotel,  Phoenix, and Mrs. Summers, who  has resided in Greenwood for  some years past. The ceremony  was performed at the residence of  Rev. W. Leslie Clay, a cousin of  the groom. Mr. Bruce Johnson  was best man, and Mrs. W. H.  Docksteader, nee Miss Valva Summers, was matron of honor. The  bride wore a very becoming wedding gown, imported from New  York. After the ceremony the  bridal party and guests were entertained at an elegant luncheon  at the residence of Mr. W. H.  Docksteader, brother-in-law of  the bride. Mr. and Mrs. McEwen will make their home in  Kitselas, B. C.  RUNAWAY AGCIDENT  Wm. Thompson, in company.  with Mrs. Wm. Lawsou, started  out for a drive and to try a horse  which Mr. Thompson thought of  buying. When coming down the  street past the 'phone office, the  horse bolted and brought up in  the foundations near Holmes'  store. The occupants of the bug��v  were thrown out and badly bruised but no bones broken. The  horse had his leg broken and had  to be shot and the buggy was  badly smashed. The horse and  buggy belonged to Norman McLeod.           BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT  Captain Birdwhistle, ol Ottawa, secretary of the Dominion  Rifle association, has been appointed general secretary for the  Dominion of Canada branch of  General Baden-Powell's Bov  Scouts. The work for some time  has been looked after by Lord  Lanesborough, military secretary  to his excellency, The movement  is, however, more general, and  Dominion and provincial councils  are being appointed to look after  the work.  and closing an hour earlier in the  afternoon. This gives the employees  a long evening for recreation, and it is  said to be extremely popular.  The above is well worth immediate  concern. What is there to prevent  us revising our hours of labor and in  place cif at all times, have each department of labors hours strictly defined. The artisan, mechanic and  storekeeper start sharp at 7 a. m. in  summer, and 8 a. m. in winter, knock  off at 5 p. m. for the mechanic and  6 o'clock for the merchant. The  banks and government offices start  business at 9 a. m. sharp and close at  3 p. m. How much better health we  all vyould enjoy did we but get into  the blankets earlier and turn out earlier  these beautiful mornings, the best part  of the day. Take the matter up,  gentlemen. Once tried, you will not  wish to go back to the old system.  CELEBRATION  OBITUARY  Died, at the residence of her  daughter, Mrs. F. D. Laurie, at  New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, on  Saturday, June 18th, Lady Archibald, widow of Sir Adams Archibald, formerly heutenant-gov-  eruor of Nova Scotia, and previously governor of Manitoba. Before her marriage she was a Miss  Burnyeat, daughter of Rev.  Burrjyeat, once rector of Truro,  N. S., and an aunt of Mrs. S, T.  Hall, of Grand Forks, B. C. Her  remains were conveyed to Truro,  to rest beside her husband.  S. D. Scott,   an editor of  the  4  St. John Standard, has resigned,  to be come editor of the Vancouver News-Advertiser.  Arrangements are nearing completion tbat will make our celebration on Dominion Day a record  one of a good days' sports and  pastimes.  The Mother Lode football team  will face a picked tenia fn-m.  Greenwood, which will be played  in the morning,  In the afternoon there will be  baseball games in which I'h-uMjix,  Grand Forks, Republie .-mil Greenwood will compote in their oruVr  of drawing.  A tug of war, open tu aii comers, will take place mi Copper  street, after the finish of tbe baseball tournament.  Sports of all kinds will follow,  program of which will be given  later.  Bush's orchestra will furnish  the music for the dance at Masonic hall in the evening.  ABE YOU CRAZY?  The performances of this combination of talent was wilbout  any exageration the best we have  had the pleasure of attending for  a long spell. The actresses and  actors performing their pnrts in a  most creditable manner, affording  a packed house audience a. continued round of amusement, it  was really good fun; nothing vulgar or unseemly, but straight  cause for laughter. Space prevents personal mention of the  dramatic personae, and in fact it  seems invidious where all done so  excellently. The orchestra was  a tip top auxiliary, and the music  such as we don't hear every day.  We take much pleasure in assuring those whose districts they are  billed for. that they are in for a  first-class evening's entertainment, and by all means to take it  in.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED   1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund,  -   6,000,000  Brandies throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at current  rates.    Accounts  may be opened in the names of two or  more persons and withdrawals made  by any  one of them or by the survivor. 124  J, T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  AN ELECTRIC IRON  -IS   A-  Great Comfort in Hot Weather  NO FIRE NO HARD WORK  HEATS IN 3 MINUTES  Saves Time, Trouble and Expense  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED  Terrible cloudbursts   have occurred in Germany.  Sole Agents for Hot-Point Irons.  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  ��� 'W'^W'  PHONE   9  ��*WWWW v'-SV.-r.^'fT-'*'  ^*>��.-^--iU-^-i-*M?*.;.r��.^y��r^v^--^j-;-.-;  i';y.ciK^.-;.::^t;^t��,J^  'T-:Jrl"ii;"  swisw^t&^J^&s^^  KSB&f  !Ji'"w^Vvf,!��r,y:'  ^i/��^T.y^yjg.---^.'r f,-..  ���difi  \]fgff(rW^TO^^  *���=��)  CP*  CP*  5=*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  G=*  Q=A  CP*  9  .Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid op, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED'  PROFITS   $217,626.56  Hon.'President :   Lord Stkathcona and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  V^e1iaun^Sa?Wana^r^�� s/&���to���, Bart  Brandies in London, Eng. {��lle?h\aFt&L \ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial ati  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *=0  THE BANK OF  1910  sum of money and have it expended in the old country, where  the problems of a navy have been  thoroughly studied for so many  years. That, however, is not  now generally considered the best  way to work out the salvation of  the empire. Canada, Australia  and the other dominions would  hardly have risen to a full sense  of their responsibilities in any  other way than that now being  taken.  "After all, the making of a  navy or the building of an empire does not depend on the number of ships which are built, but  upon the imperial spirit of the  people."   EDITORIAL COMMENT  74 Years In Business.        Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Banking  by Mail  is a great convenience to those  who live some distance from  town.  Deposits may be sent in, cash.  drawn, or other business transacted by Mail, without  any trouble or delay.  Write  or ask  our  Local  Manager  to  explain   our  system to you.  Greenwood Branch///!?. A. CHESTER, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notaky Ptbuc.  Cable Address:       ���' IIam.ktt."  Bedford M'Nelll's  A NeaP*  I Bedford M  Codks < Moreinu .fc  I T.eil.rr's  G/rc-pwtwooD. S. C.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  BakKISTKK   A Nil   Soi.lCITOK.  RcndeM   Illock,  Greenwood. B. C.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion  and  Provincial  Land Sukvkyok,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. O. linx "1, Ylwiw  WILLIAM FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER & CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Kock Ckkkk, B. C.  -i^S*?5j-  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "�����S^ No. F.  Meets every   Tuesday  Kvcninj; at SB) in  '.lie  I. O. O. If. Hall.    A   cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning bretheru.  I'UEDl:. HOLM 12S, V. I2.I5KOWX,  N. G. V. <;.  AL1J12RT LOdAN, Rcc. Sec.  Gb��  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Tridav  subscriptions in AUVAMCR.  I'kr Ykak     2 00  Six Months    I 25  To   KOKRKkN   ColJNTKIKH-     2 50  FRIDAY, JUNE 24, join.  FALL FAIRS  In acknowledging the leceipt  of favors from the outside world,  we have to mention with thanks  that of Vancouver's Exhibition  prizn list. As a piece of typo  work it is excellent, and the contents fully detail what is about  to be net before the visitor as regards its attractions. A trip to  Vaucouver is jjood ��'nou^h for us  benighted bushmen. but when  there is thrown in a first-class  exhibition from the 15th to the  25th of August, it   makes it hard  to   resist.    There   was   but   one  the  bill   of  " comp." for  thing   lacking   from  fare, and that was a  the press, which we failed to find  in it, and will have to put it down  as an oversight on   their  part in  not  sending   it,   but  we have no  hard feeling in the matter.  Another claimant for the pleasure of our people's company is  that of the Vernon Exhibition,  which takes place at Vernon on  September 15th, 15th and 16th.  Their  excellent list  of prizes is  most comprehensive and is a most  splendid piece of printer? work  and would lie hard to improve  upon. It is n pretty good criterion as tn whnt the show will br-  when they allow their printer,  the Vernon News' to go ahead  aud turn out a first-class piece of  work. It looks good and there is  nothing cheap about it. Our  staff will go if we hear from Car-  niegio in time, and the "stuff" is  sent.  WOMEN'S LABOR  If we ask why women's labor  should be cheap, the answer seems  to be partly because her strength  is generally less than a man's,  but also, and much more, because  she does not train sufficiently to  become a skilled worker and be.  cause she does not organize  strongly enough to ask for better  pay.  The industrial revolution 150  years ago found women working  perhaps quite as hard or harder  than they work now. But they  were working���they spun, wove,  etc���usually as members of a.  family. The family was the industrial unit. The growth of  capital and the introduction of  machinery drew women out of  their homes to work in association in the factory. Association  gave men the opportunity of combining together and taught them  that union might be strength.  But for various reasons women  have been much longer iu learning that lesson.  It is frequently observed by  those who have made a study of  women's trades that the prospect  of marriage makes girls slack  about training and indifferent  about organization. Here we  come upon the centrai anomaly of  the woman's position in industry.  The normal woman looks forward  to marriage and gives, or hopes  to give, her best years to the family. Hence h��r lack of ability as  an industrial worker and her weak  position as a bargainer in the  labor market.���London Times.  1800. trees have been planted  within the past five years. The  fruit growers will have a busy  summer thinning out the crop to  prevent injuries to the trees.  Sir iSdward Shackleton has purchased a residential frontage in  Port Arthur. The winter tem-  peture in that town appealed to  him on account of its Antarctic  suggestiveness.  The convicts in a New York  prison made ah attempt to blow  up the building with dynamite,  ^y this method thev hoped to  scape in sections if they could  tot file out in a body.  feENSIBLB  The following statements by  Evangelist Charles Scoville may  seem at the first rather startling,  and yet on going into it there is  some semblance of truth in what  he says, when he suggests that  great good would result from  building bon fires of superfluous  churches.  " In too many places," said the  evangelist. "the number of  churches erected is entirely beyond the need of the community,  now and for a loug time to come.  They are living at a poor dying  rate, and it would be better if  many of the churches were burned  aud these people gathered together in one large church, aud the  surplus money used to carry the  gospel into those fields where it  has not yet been heard.  "Think of it, 625,000,000 who  have uot yet heard the gospel at  all, and yet in some little cities of  a thousand inhabitants you will  find from five to seven churches.  That town should have one union  church. The other five pastors  should be released for a needed  field."  This may sound very well in  theory but to put it into practice  would be quite another matter.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  Louis Kirkpatrick, a pioneer of  the interior died at Vernon lately.  Japan is fitting out an expedition for discovery of the South  Pole.    Nanaimo two Masonic lodges  have decided to erect a $30,000  temple.  American theatrical managers  propose installing lady ticket  seller, in place of gentlemen.  APPROVES OUR NAVY  "Naval and military men in  England generally approve the  action of the Canadian government in undertaking to form a  navy of her own," said Commodore C. J. Eyres recently in Victoria. Commodore Eyres is on  his way to China to take charge  of the station at Hong Kong, and  is fresh from the center of tbe  Empire.  "If it were a matter of getting  the best possible result within a  set term of years," continued the  commodore, "it might have been  better to'have handed over a lump  A skull of some prehistoric man  was dug up by navvies working  on the railway grades near  Princeton.  It is estimated that fully $150,-  000,000 of capital will be brought  into the Dominion by the American settlers this year.  Govetior Gillett, of San Francisco, has notified Attorney General Webb, to take steps to prevent the Jeffries-Johnson fight.  Fort George seems to be the  Mecca of all sorts of celebrities.  Prof. M. Schenk, a well known  physician of Vienna, recently arrived in Kamloops, is the head  of a party of Germans who will  uudertake the trip north  on foot.  The American Boy Scout is  following the work done so ably  by the famous British general.  The plan of organization adheres  so far as American institutions  permit to the Baden-Powell  movement, and its aims are the  building of character of the  American youth. From one end  of the United States to the other,  says the San Francisco Examiner  the best elements of American  citizenship arc swinging into line  to make the American Boy Scout  movement greater and belter if  possible than that of their Anglo-  Sftxou friends over the sea.  Lieutenant General Baden-Powell  has gathered within his organization 300,000 British boys.  America should enlist five times  that number within the next year.  The Vancouver Province remarks that there is no undue  eagerness among the youth of  Canada to enter the new Canadian navy. The majority of Canadian lads prefer plowing the  fertile lands of the great west to  plowing the raging main-at $13.  a month. And yet applications  from English youths and-meu are  coming in daily for enrolement in  the navy to be turned down on  the ground that only those of  real Canadian birth, will be accepted.-  The Best Headache Remedy  is " Mathieu's Fervine Powders."  Prompt and safe. Do not create a  habit. Sold by dealers, box- of 18 powders 25c. If yours canuot supply you,  take for immediate use some so called  " just as good article," but send us 25c.  and we will mail you a box to use uext  time your head aches. A trial will convince of their worth. J. L. Mathleu  Co,, Prop,, Sherbrook, P. Q'.  Nell���My aunt has uot only  become totally blind, but she is  losing her hearing as well.  Belle���Do you think she would  consent to go away with us this  summer, as a chaperon?���Philadelphia Record.  MORE BUFFALO  Alex Ayotte, a special agent  of the Canadian government is  looking after a shipment of buffalo from the Flathead Reservation to the Canadian buffalo park  in Alberta, the animals having  been purchased last year by thp  Canadian government. Forty-  six were loaded recently. This  will leave about eighty to be  shipped iu the fall.  D..D. Mann, of the C. N. R',  is iu Vancouver trying to corrall  more False creek property,  Serious brush fires still rage in  the vicinity of Fort William.  Crop prospects in  the   Northwest are excellent.  NOBODY  SPARED  The Grand Trunk Pacific  people plan to locate their terminal sites in Fort George next  year, probably on the reservation.  With earthquakes in Italy,  revolutions in Central America,  and cloudbursts in Germany,  Mother Earth is the busiest planet  in the celestial aggregation.  Cap, Thompson, of Seattle,  is fitting up a vessel to take a  party of Colonist to Peru. About  15 of the 30 he can accomodate  haye already received passage.  Kidney Troubles Attack Greenwood  Men and Women, Old and Young.  Kidney ills seize young and old.  Come quickly with little warning.  Children suffer in their eariy  years.  Can't control  the kidney  secretions.  Girls are languid, nervous, suffer  pain.  Women worry, can't do daily   work.  Men have lame and aching backs.  The cure for man, woman or child,  Is to cure the cause���the kidneys.  Booth's Kidney Pills cure sick kid-  ueys���  Cure all forms of kidney suffering.  Mrs.  N.   Good, of 70 Stadacona street,  Moose Jaw, Sask., says:  "I am pleased to state for the benefit of any person suffering with a weak  and painful back, that they will find  Booth's Kidney Pills a most excellent  remedy. I have suffered for months  with a very weak back and severe  pains and aches iu the kidneys, and  felt very much depressed. There was  also a swelling under my eyes. When  I learned of Booth's Kidney Pills, I  procured a box, and found them the  best remedy I have ever used, as they  were very quick in giving me relief,  The pains have left my back and it  has strengthened. They have also  helped to build up my health."  For sale in Greenwood by J. L. White.  Sold by dealers. Price 50 cents. The  K, T. Booth Co., Ltd., Fort Erie, Out.,  Sole Canadian Agents,  The fruit crop in the Similkameen Valley gives promise this  year of an enormous yield.  Around   Keremeos,   where   over  We Give A*way  Absolutely Free of Cost  The People's Common Sense  Medical Adviser, in Plain  English, or Medicine Simplified, by R. V. Pierce, M. D.,  Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, a.book o�� 1008 large pages and  - ��ver 700 illustrations, in strong paviir covers, to any one sending 31 one-cent  ���tamps to cover cost of mailing o��(y, or, in French Cloth binding for 50 stamps.  Over 680,000 copies of thw^conjplet > Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth  binding at regular price of $1.50.    Afterwards, one. and a half million copies  were giver, away-as above..A new, up-to-date, revised edition is now ready  for mailing.    Better send NOW, before all are gone.    Address World's Dis-  WnsarY Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M: D., President, Buffalo, N, Y*  OR. PIERCE'S   FAVORITE   PRESCRIPTION    ,  THE ONE REMEDY for woman*, peculiar ailments good enoufcV  that its makers are not afraid to print ��n its outside wrapper its  every ingredient.   No Secrete���No Deception.  THE ONE REMEDY for women which  contain, no alcohol ami  no habit-forming drugs.    Mode from native medicinal forest roots  of well established curative value.  **>  M  Electric current supplied for Power, Lighting,  Heating and Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with  absolute guarantee of continuous powerservice  Get Oar Rates. We Can Save You Money  �� . '___        "  ��� a%>  *  Most cases of baldness are  due solely to neglect. The hair  often becomes dry and dandruff  forms because the hair glands  do not supply enough natural oil. Nothing overcomes  this deficiency so effectively as  that delicately perfumed, refreshing hair pomade, Bearine,  Avoid baldness; apply Bearine  to your hair occasionally. All  druggists, 50 cts. a jar.  DAVIDS1  A thick adhesive ointment, combined with  Japanese Menthol, and Vaseline, two ol the  most wonderful healing drugs known.  It soothes, heals and tends to restore those  who suffer from Plies. Earaebe, Rheumatism, Chafing, irritated and- other  skin troubles.  The word "Salve" literally means he well  or in trood Health.   Try Davis'Menthol  Salve and you will be relieved.  All Dealers.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  WATER NOTICE-  NOTICE is hereby given that an application  will be made under Part V. of the " Water  Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Similkameen Water Division ot Yale District.  a.���The name, address arid occupation of the  applicant. Wallace McKendry, of Anaconda,  in Yale District, rancher and smelterniau.  b.���The name of the lake, stream or source,  is a small creek called Porter creek, running  westerly through a part of the applicant's  lands, and finking thereon.  c. The point of. diversion. About 75 yards  easterly from the applicant's house on the north  half of the southeast quarter of Section 29.  d.���The quantity of water applied for, in cubic  feet per second.   Three.  e.���The character of the proposed works. A  dam with ditches and'plpes leading- therefrom.  f.���The premises on which the water is to be  used (d scribe same). Those portions of Lot  1015 and the north half of tbe,southeast quarter  of Seetion 29, in Township 70, lying east of  Boundary creek, and the southeast portion of  the northeast quarter of section 29 aforesaid,  held by the applicant under an agreement for  purchase from Robert Wood.  g.���The purposes for which the water is to be  used.   Irrigation,  h.���If for Irrigation describe the land intended to be irrigated, giving acreage. The  lands mentioned in paragraph (f) hereof, containing 60 acres, more or less.  i.���Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by the proposed works.   Not any.  j.���This notice was posted on the I8th day of  May, 1910, and application will be made to the  Commissioner ou the 23th day of June, 1910.  k.���Give the names and addresses of auy riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose  lands are likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet. Not  auy.  Wallace McKendry.  Greenwood, B. C.  I. II. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of improvents.  NOTICE.  ���' Bliolt," " Tanglefoot" and " Sovereign Fractional " Mineral Claims, situate iu Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Wliere located:   In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I,C. JR. Shaw, ageut  for Fred Moser, Free Miners' Certilicate  No. B26433, and John Zurtluu, Free Miners  Certilicate No. B26485, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply tn the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  And  further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 7tb day of March, A. D. 1910.  C. ^E. SHAW, B. L. S. S.  Cmncmsf jfm-o-M��)(  CURES ^CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  money back.   Sold and guaranteed by  J. L. WHITE, Druggist.  OVER 68 YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Marks  Designs  Copyrights 4c.  Anyone lending a sketch and description may  ulcklT ueertnln our opinion free whether an   ^.^ ^,_   oon)  i on  ���eeurihBpatentii.  ' Co.  J11IJVI  liiTentlorrTBprobabVypatentibSr'Communlcn-  tlons strictlyoonadontlnl. HANDBOOK ~"   ���ent free. Oldest asencr for ���eeunni  Patents taken tlirotiab. Munn *  tftcial notice, without charge, lathe  Scientific imericat!*  & handsomely illu��tr��t��d weekly. IjJTgeit circulation of any nclentlflo Journal. Terms for  Canada. |S.7S �� year, pottage prepaid. Bold by  All newsdealer*.  MUNN ftltaST?* New York  Branch Offloa. SB T St, Wuhlnston, D. O.   -  Pacific Hotel  Griicg& Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lig-hled;  the rooms are large and cosy.-  rhc Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Const.  ����* �������� ��2* *!��� *8* A A A��%��  Snynopsis of Canadian North-Wesl  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  J  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in  all   kinds   of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber,  Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles,  Bricks,; :y  Cement, Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,  -B.C.  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  ANY available I ominlon'ta'nds within trie-  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  lioiuesteaded_by any person who is the sole head  of a family, or any male over 18 years of age,  to the extent of one-quarter section of 1G0 acres,  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at theJdca  land office for the dlsrict in which the land is  situate. Entry hy": proxy may,'however, be  made on certain conditions '���.by ��� the father,  mother, sou, daughter, brother or sister, of an  intending homesteader.  The homesteader is required Jo preform the  conditions connected there with'under one of  the following plans; .'.;..  1) At least six months'"residence upon and  "Sft iGulliyatibn of the land in  each  year for  three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, If the father isde-  /  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  J  Iu the vicinity of the land entered  for,   there   J  quirements as to residence may be satisfied by  such person residing with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence  pou farming land owned by him in the vlc'in  jty of his homestead, the requirements as to res  idence may be satisfied by residence upon the  said laud.  Six months' notice in writing should be given  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. per acre.   Not mpre than 2,560 acres shall  be leased to one individual or company.   A roy-  alityatthe rate of five ceuts per ton shall be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  -    Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. .  w  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m.  with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  Ik  A  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  3:30 p.  Saturday last stage leaves  % Mother E^odeC p. m. Returning,  ^ leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  ��i ���  '*.     .__   ^ ���  V Greenwood Office  ^ ":'k-    Hdr  <* NORDEN  JtJtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjijtjtJiMJtJtJl  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp,   The property  known as The   Golden   Crown,   with  plant and equipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. CoxjnvEiX,  Brandon, Manitoba-.  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contains  1,500 pages, with nearly SO per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with mine descriptions  and on statistics have been carefully  revised and the bulk of the matter  therein il  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering Copper History. Geology j  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy;  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting;.  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes.Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States.CountrieB  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports,. Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededlY  the     '������./  ���%%  World*s Standard Reference  Book p%iopper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than  the Bible���though, not necessarily a  betterbookbecause bf its great bulk.  It is tilled will) FACTS of vital importance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  ,   . THE MINER  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in gen uine full library morocco.  TERMS are most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book, sent to you,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, tobe returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to sea the book aad judi ���  for yourself of its vaiue to you ?  WRITE NOW to the cuitor and publisher, "-  ..;_���  HORACE J. STfifE^i "*  36, SHELDON BUII^NG, HOUGH-  TON, MICI^U.S.A.  SUBSCipif FOR THE  ^   WSES'   - IfyHfiM  MINES AND iMj  -^ ���  In Ymir camp strikes of good ore  ^re.reported. i_.  The Slocan district is looking bet-  r than it has for years.  The^ Iditarod excitement has proved  J fake; and. has died away as quickly  /Platinum, ore has been found in a  Jreio near Coleman, Alta., and a syndicate has been formed to work it.  Operations are beingjpushed actively  l the Ruth, Richmond-Eureka and  imbler-Cariboo mines at. Sandon.  Ore running .$74 to ihe ton in gold  las been  struck ��t the. 90-foot level  the North Star, near Client, Wash.  Activity in the Sheep creek camp  continues. Recently a gold brick  >alued at $9,000 was sent down from  he Queen, following, closely the one  ,ent from the Nuggett.  The British Columbia Copper company has assumed, active management  bf the New Dominion Copper prop-  rties,   and   development work will  -a. '  toon commence at the Rawhide mine.  The Geological Survey of Canada  /ill have a dozen.parties in. the field  this season.    Among the places in  irhich  work will be  done  are the  fest Fork of Kettle  river,   Slocan  East Kootenay.  ..���".pjfe.'. v  The Midway-coal mine  continues  along very satisfactorily^    Late finds  j>f coal indicate an early drift  into a  feam  of distinctly anthracite forma-  i.    Mr. Bunting  hat-finished his  contract and will probably go touVan-  pbuver or the Northwest.  property as he found  them on his recent trip of inspection.  A Stewart, B. C, dispatch says  that a gold reef unknown in extent,  but traced for almost twenty miles,  lies right at Stewart's door, and according to mining men who, following news of the discovery rushed to  the location, it is the greatest free  milling reef ever discovered in the  north, and perhaps in the world. It  is undoubtedly the source of the rough  gold which can be found in many of  the streams but on account of boulders and the depth to bedrock cannot  be profitably worked. Although the  Portland Canal district is now full of  prospectors, this greatest mineral belt  of all lay undiscovered possibly on account of its close proximity" to the  camp. It is very easy to reach, and  in consequence hundreds of men are  now treking toward it and it is stated  that there will be room for them^U to  locate, for the great white reef can be  seen for miles.  "It cured me," or " It saved the life  of my child," are the expressions you  hear every day about Chamberlain's  Colic, ^holera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  This is true the world over where this  valuable remedy has been introduced.  No other medicine in use for diarrhoea  or bowel complaints has received such  general approval The secret of the  success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it  cures. Sold by all druggists and dealers.         -  When one hears of the death  of a friend in these days it is  somewhat of a cjHso)ation to  know that at least he will aeyer  hear any more of the Jeffries-  Johnson fight.  The directors of the Granby Consolidated Mining & Smelting company  fook no action of any kind at their  leeting    recently.     Vice-president  Jraves is said to have completed his  Report   regarding  conditions   at the  One fact Is better than tea hearsays.  ���Ask Doctor Burgess, Supt. Hospital  for Insane, Montreal, for his opinion  of "The D. & L." Menthol Plaster.  The genuine made only by Davis &  Lawrence Co.  " These   are   beautiful   vases;  what are they made from?'  ber, my boy."  "Rub-  Bearlne, the standard hair pomade,  is made from the grease of the Canadian Bear which has the heaviest coat  of hair of any animal.   50c. a jar.  IN THE  AND  LIMITED.  0  %  :���%'���'���  a Share  Capital Stock\|I25,000�� Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each,  NOH^ERSONAl  LIABILITY  mmm people JPp  BY FANME 1*7, LOTHROP   | <g^4^S@&'i  ���4*  WHO WANTS TO  BEABALDHEAD?  fl��i�� *jt Ibmuumg ii[a rjuti��#  0!R   WILFRID   LAURIER  The Premier of Canada  By sheerJ force of ability and the compelling power of character, Sir  Wilfrid Laurier. has reached the highest position in Canadian politics, and  won a name that "mast live In the annajs of the British Empire." He has  ovarjjdden obstacles that would have daunted a man of less virile genius and  patrftei'^i. THw.gb French was hla ancestry and language, and Catholicism  his religion, he has become the leader of the isstiaies of a great English-  speaking nation, the larger part of whose pmiy'.'i are Protestants.  .He was,born in St. Lin, Giuebec, in 1841, of a $s:nily of rebels who fought  bravely under Papineau iu the revolt of 1837. Fro_t> the little country school  where his teacher, a Scotchman, spurred his ambition and powerfully influenced his life, he passed to L'Assomption College, a��c! in 1864, after completing his course In law, entered the Bar. When he maa�� his d6but in politics  In 1871 as a member of the Qu��bec Assembly, his magk eloquence, the fearlessness, strength and finality of his words, and the mastery by which he  brought order out of chaos, light out of darkness, thrilled his audience.  Three years later he resigned from the Legislature and was returned to  the House of Commons on the overthrow of the Macdonald'government. In  1876 he became minister al inland revenue, and two years, later changes in  politics deprived him of thia poajt'.op- He was the acknowledged leader of  tho Liberals who were the Opposition part/ antU 18i)6, when after eighteen  years of waiting, the reins of governmeut again cams Into their hands and  in the first flush of triumph, they made him Premier.'  His statesmanship fcj.s been bread., librral, far-sighted; his patriotism  and his lore of liberty are manifuw 1?v p.vzry act and WQrd. He loves and  cherishes the British Empire, and glories in lha part that Canada takes in  it; but as a Power of great possibility, sharing with the United States the  golden future of the American continent, he demands of England and the  world the recognition of Canada, not as a babe in the swaddling clothes of a  colony, but as a full grown natien of virility and assured triumph.  Tall, erect, with a handsome presence, d-?an-shaven face, clear, penetrating blue eyes, a firm mouth, broad shoulders, a Drow masterful and dignified,  a voice soft, sonorous and ever with the suggestion of unexpended reserve,  j .-.mile gentle ai>J soothing as a benediction, with a courtesy and kindness  .;; J surround him as an aura���this is Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Canada's greatest  ,',���_.tor and statesman.  .-..ret' ������ din ��� t n.W "f tlie PiuIIaindit .if Cin.Ua. In the (Mar U-M. by W. C. Matk, at th�� Department of Agrii'iiltur*.  Thousands of men are daily growing  bald aud don't know it.  Those persistent germs of dandruff,  often called the destructive agents of  the devil, are in full possession of the  future hair of- thousands of Canadians.  They have wonderful endurance,  these game little demons, they never  stop work, they dig and dig and dig'  and gnaw and gnaw and gnaw night  and day, day and night, with seemingly only one purpose in ^jfcw, and  that purpose to destroy the vitality of  the hair and make us a race of bald-  heads.  What are you doing to protect yourself from the ravishing inroads of  these almost unconquerable fiends?  There is only one way, kill the dandruff germ, or the dandruff germ will  kill your hair. The quicker you start,  the quicker you can win the battle.  The only weapon you need is a bottle oi Parisian Sage, the only hair  preparation that spells death lo the  devilish dandruff germ.  Get a bottle today. J. L. While sells  it for SO cents and guarantees it to cure  dandruff in two weeks or money back.  Direct, charges prepaid, for 20 cents,  from Giroux Mfg. Co., Fort Erie, Ont.  WATER   NOTICE  INT  the  THE CAT CAME BACK  Mr. Penn���They say the streets  in Boston arc fright fully crooked.  Mr. Hubb���Thev are. Why, do  you know, when I first went there  I could hardly find ray way around.  "That must have been embarrassing."  "It was. The first week I was  there I wauled to get rid of an  old cat we had, and tny wife got  me to-take it to the rivpr, a mile  away."  "And you lost the cat all  right?"  " Lost nothing.    I never would  have  found  the  way  home  hadn't followed the cat."  CHRIS WAS PREMATURE  Poor   Chris   Columbus, from  his  place, somewhere in the silent, windswept space,   looks down upon this  whirling sphere and  wipes away  a  phantom  tear.    Perhaps he  says, to  old Cabot;    "Those  near-explorers  down below are drawing- many golden  beans by writing for jhe  magazines,  and some are  knighted  by the king,  and   all   are ^cutting grass, by jing.  They're  lionized to beat the band,  have worshippers on every hand, and  what they did  is no account; they  found a   pole   or climbed a mount.  Oh, Jumping Ginger, when  I think  of how I sailed across the drink, and  wrestled  with a grouchy crew, and  found a land that no one knew, those  cheap   explorers down below seem  pretty   punk   to   me,   Cabot!    And  when I sailed back home again did I  receive the praise of men?    Did old  Ben Hampton break his  neck to load  me with a big fat check?    Did  England's monarch  take  his sword and  make of me a blooming  lord?   Did  medals come from foreign lands, and  ribbons   blue   from  princely  hands?  Not on your whiskers, friend   Cabot!  My  name  was  Mud,   I'd   have you  know; they chucked me in  a  prison  trap as though I were  that Johnsing  chap.    This fact's as plain as yonder  moon���I lived four hundred years too  soon!"���Walt Mason.  DISLOYALTY  The resignation of W. J. Clement, editor of the Penticton  Press, as justice of the peace, has  been asked for by Hon. W, J.  Bowser, attorney general.  In the Press of May 28 last, Mr.  Clement made disloyal reference  in an editorial entitled "Mock  Loyalty and Mock Mourning," to  the death of the late king, and  contemptuously referred to the  mourning of the British people.  So indignaut were the residents  of the district over this article,  that a band of self-constituted  disciplinarians visited the office of  the Press and demanded an apology ot Mr. Clement. This he  refused, and an attempt was made  to duck him. Residents of Penticton coming to his assistance,  he escaped, and his assailants  were fined in the police court.  After a perusal of the article,  as well as the subsequent reference in the Press to the visit of  the vigilantes, the attorney general wrote to Mr. Clemeut, expressing his disapproval of the  ideas expressed, and asked that  the commission of justice of the  peace be sent in.  if I  Lami shoulder is almost invariably  caused by rheumatism of the muscles  and yields quickly to the free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. This  liniment is not only prompt and effectual, but in no way disagreeable to use.  Sold by ail druggists and dealers.  OTICE is  hereby given  that an application  will  be made under Part V of the  ' Water Act, WO'V to obtain a license in the  Similkauieeii Water Division of Yale District.  (a.) Tlie name, address and occupation of  applicant: Tlie Consolidated Miiiinp &  Snicl!Iug Coirpany of Canada, Limited, a Mining Company incorporated under the l'a'��/s of  Canada, aud whose llead Office is iu the City of  Toronto in the Province of Ontario, and Vv-liosc  registered office in tlie Province of firitish Columbia is at tlie City of Trail.  Free Minor".-* Certificate No. D24042.  lb.)   The name of the lake, stream or source  is a creek   known as  McCarren creek, which  irises in Central (amp aud runs westerly and  ���mpties into Boundary creek about 1500 feet be-  .'oiv Boundary Falls iu the District of Vale.  (c.) The point of diversion: On Lot 3284,  it a point about 500 feet above Craigie's saw  mill on said creek.  (d.) The quantity of water applied for, in  cubic feet per second, is One.  ("e.) The premises on which the water is to be  used is a portion of said Lot 3284 purchased  from the owner of the Lot for use as a site for  i Compressor plant.  (f.) The purpjse for which the water is to  lit; used is mininir.  <ir.) The character of the proposed works is  a (-mull dam with a pipe line leading" therefrom  lo the Compressor station.  (Ii.) If the water is to be used for power or  mining purposes describe the place where the  place where the water is to be returned to some  natural channel, and tlie difference in altitude  between the point of diversion and point of return. The water is to be returned Into McCarren creek at a point approximately 100 feet  above Ctaigie's saw mill, aud above Intake of  flu ne to said mill, and the difference In altitude between the point of diversion and point  of return is about 25 feel.  <i.) / re a of Crown land to be occupied by the  proposed works:    Not auy.  (j.) Giie the names and addresses of any riparian prnprii'iurs or licenses who, or whose  lands, aiv likely lo be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below ihe outlet. D.J.  McDonald, i lie pre-enipior of Lot 32s4.  '!;.) The capii.il of the applicant Company  is ?7.-iii.oiH>. divided into 75.i��>> shares of rlOO  each, and M.552 share-, of -.aid capital stock arc-  paid up and issued.  (1.) The following" are copiesnf such parts of  the Memorandum of Association nf the Applicant as authorizes the proposed application  aud works:  "To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, exchange, or otherwise, such timber lands or  leases, limber Claims, licenses to cut timlier,  surface rights and rights of way, water rights  aud privlletres. mills, factories, furnaces for  smelting and treating ores, and refining met*  als. buildings, machinery, plant, or other real  or personal property as may be necessary for  or conducive tothe proper earring out of any  of the objects of the Company."  " To construct, maintain, alter, make, work  aud operate on the property of the Company,  or on property controlled by the Company, any  trails, roads, ways, tramways for the conveyance of ores and other (roods of the Company,  bridges, and reservoirs, dams, flumes race and  other ways, water courses, aqueducts, wells,  wharves, piers, furnaces, saw mills, crushing"  works, smelting works, concentrating- works,  hydraulic works, electrical works, and appliances, warctiouse*. buiUlinirs, machinery,  plant, stores and other works and conveniences  required by, or conducive to, any ol the operations of the Company, and to buy, sell, manufacture, aud deal ill all kinds of (foods, stores,  implements, provisions, chattels, and effects  required by the Company, or its workmen or  servants."  (in.)   This i otice was posted jn the 18th day  of Mav. 1110, and  application  will be made to  the Commissioner on the 2Slbday of June, l')10.  THE CONSOLIDATED MINING & SMELTING COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.  41 A. W. Davis, Supt. No. 7 Mine.  I. H. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.  WATER NOTICE  Mother's voice from the next  room: " Willie, come here; vou  must never listen to your father  shaving."  After the ate t/ 50 people find that  their strength is not what it used to be,  and they frequently suffer from sudden  exhaustion, and weak heart action. To  all such we reccoromend the invigorating tonic Ferrovluin, composed of fresh  beef, Citrate of Iron and pure old Spanish Sherry Wine, Nothing could be  more beneficial in such cases. $1.00 a  bottle.    WANTED TO KNOW  Now rmining a tunnel (in 300 feet)  under valuable claims adjoining  Greenwood Townsite oh  Skylark Mountain*  S. BLACK,  Burns, bites, bruises   and   bolls.  Davis'  Menthol Salve will sooth and  heal them all.   25c. a tin at drug-gists.  J. E. McFerran, a B. C. Electric lineman was instantly killed  at New Westminster by coming-  in contact with a live wire.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets will brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency  and invigorate the whole system. Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  Teacher���" If your father gave  your mother ten dollars and then  five dollars, what would she  have?" Johnnie���"She would  have a fit."  "Here is an article in this  magazine entitled ' How to Meet  Trouble,'" said Mrs. Wedderly.  " Shall I read it to you?"  " No, thank you," replied her.  husband. "How to dodge trouble  is the brand of information I'm  looking for."���Chicago News.  Application for Liquor License.  Take notice that I, Lewis E. Salter, of Spokane Hotel, Midway, intend to apply to the  Superintendent of Police at tlie expiration of  one month from the date hereof, for the renewal of a retail liquor license for the Spokane  Hotel, situated at Midway, 15. C.  Dated this 14th dav of Mav. 1910.  42 ' L. E. SALTER.  NOTICE is hereby given, that thirty days  after date. I intend lo apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lauds for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands, situate in the Similkanieen  district: Comnioitciiiir at a post at the southwest ccrticr of Lot 2,337, pre-emption, thence  cast eighty elm ins, thence north eighty chains,  thence west eighty chains, thence south eightv  chains to place of commencement, and containing 640 acres.  Dated this 14th day of May, 1910.  D. A. Ma'cDONALD, Locator.  H. Bunting, Agent.  NOTICE Is hereby triven' that au applici-  tlon will be made nnder part V. of tlie  "Water Act, 1909." to obtain a license in the  Similkaireen Division of Yale District.  (a.") The name,address and occupation of tlie  applicant- TheConi<olidated Mining & .Smelting Company tif Canada, Limited, a Mining  Company incorporated under the. laws of the  Dominion nf Canada, run! whore Head Office is  in the City of T(. ��� -,it >.. .-.he^prpvince of Ontario, and who* , ' office in the Province nf British Colin .t.i.i ik at the city of Trail.  Free Miner's Ci-. tiiicaie Xo. B24042.  i.lt.i The name of the lake, stream or source  is boundary creek, a stream running ihroueli  the towns of Greenwood. Anaconda and linum!-  ary Falls, and emptying into Hie Kettle moat Midway, in the District of Yale.  (c.) The point of diversion is at the overflow of the dam of the Greenwood City Water  Works company, at Boundary Falls, and which  dam is situate about liV) feet aliove tlie Falls  on said creek; and during such seasons of the  year as all water in the creek may 1��- n<ed ln-  said Water Works company leaving mini: pacing over said dam ,the point of diversion shall  be at a point on said   creek  imnti'diat.-H   below  where the water used  by tlie C; r. wood  Cily  Water Works  company  is   retui-iu-.t   into said  creek.  (d.l The quantity of water applied for. in  cubic feet per second, is Four.  'e.J The premises oil which the n��t.-r is 10  tie used is a Mill Site forming tin-sontliwct  part of Lot 409, and lying Ix-twi-eu tin* Columbia and Western Railway riglil of w.iy and  Boundary creek.  (f.) Intakes with piix- lim-s hading therefrom to the Applicant's Cotuvntraioi" on said  Mill Site, aud pumping stations and pumps.  (g.) Tlie purpose* for which the water is to  be used are Mining and Milling purpose*, Hr.I  purposes incidental the-eto.  (h.) If the water is to be used for power or  mining purposes describe the phuv where tne  water is to be returned to some n rural channel, aud the difference in altitude between the  point of divershm and point of reiura. T!-e  water taken at the overll-,w of tlr- d.-tiu is to '..-  returned into Boundary creek ah.:-M 1 ?"0 fi-i t  below Boundary Falls, and the difference ��� n  altitude between the \��i'tn*. of rfiirr i-n and  point of return is about 11*' feet; the water  taken from Boundary creek below the point of  return of the C.reenwood City Water Works  Company's water is to be returned into sit id  creek at practically the point of diversion, and  there will be practically no difference in altitude between the point of diversion and point  of return.  fi.) Area of Crown laud to he occupied by  the proposed works.   Not any.  "j." Give the names aud addresses of anv  riparian proprietors or lieeucees who or whose  lands are likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet.    None.  Vk.) The capital of the Consolidated Mining  A Smelting Company of Canada, Limited, is  $7,500,000, divided into TVWOshare-. of ;lu) each,  and s3,5S2 shares of said Company are paid up  and issued.  (1.' The following are copies of such parts of  the Memorandum of Association of the Applicant a* authorizes the proposed application and  works:  "To acquire by purchase. lease, hire, exchange, or otherwise, such timber lauds or  leases, timber claims, licenses to cut timber,  surface rights and rights of wav, water rights  and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces for  smelting and treating ores and refining metals,  buildings, machinery, plant, or other real or  personal property as may be necessary for or  conducive to the protwrcarrviiig out of any of  the objects of the Company "  "To construct, maintain, alter., make, work  and operate on the property of the Company,  or on projierty controlled by the Company,any  trails, roadi=, ways, traniwavs. for the conveyance of oren and other goods of the Company,  bridges, and reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and  other ways, water courses, aqueducts, wells,  wharves, piers, furnaces, saw mills, crushing  works, smelling works, concentrating works,  hydraulic work", electrical works, and appliance?, warehouses, buildings, machinery, plant,  stores and other works and conveniences required by or conducive to any of the operations  of the Company, and to buy. sell, manufacture,  and deal in all kinds of goods, stores, implements, provisions, chattels und effects required  by the Company or its workmen or servants."  (m.)   This notice Was posted  on the 18th day  of May, 1910,  and application will be made to  the Commissioner on the 28th dav of June. 19i''.  THE CONSOLIDATED MINING A SMELT.  ING COMPANY OF CANADA. LTD.  A. W. Davis, Supt. No. 7 Mine.  I. H. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.  Southern members of the House  at Washing- are seeking" to stop  the tide of emigration to Canada.  If you are not satisfied after using"  aocording to directions two-thirds of a  bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets, you can have your  money back. The tablets cleanse and  invigorate the stomach, improve the  digestion, regulate the bowels. Give  them a trial and get well. Sold by all  druggists and dealers.  AT THE CHURCHES  Secretary.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold  on a guarantee that if you are not satisfied after using two-thirds of a bottle  according to directions, your money  will be refunded. It is up to you to  try.   Sold by all druggists and dealers.  Lord Kitchener  has   resigned  from the British army.  MbthodisT ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct set vises in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m,; Sunday School, 3 p. ni. Evening.  7:30,  Phesbyterian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted morning and  evening, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 2.30 p.  Petrie, minister.  Rev.   J.' A.  1  You will find relief in Zam-Buk!  It eases the burning, stinging [  pain, stops bleeding and brings [  ease. Perseverance, with Zam- i  Buk, means cure. Why not prove  this 7   ���**# Druggists ami Stores.��� ,  ��� Ma bos. t  amBiJ  ^ORPLl-l- SU-fYAYEFt SOft^r  NOTICE is hereby given that thirty days  afterdate I intend to apply to the Hon.  the Chief Coraiitissiouerof Lauds, fora license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lauds, situate in the Siniilka-  ilieen laud division of Yale District: Com  meiicine; at a post at the southeast corner of Lot  687, beiiiK also tlie southwest corner of Lot  1456s, thence west ��0 chaini, thence south SO  chains, thence east 80 chains, tliencc north R0  chains to place of commencement, and contain-  iii(f 540 acres.  Dated this lSth day of Mav, 1910.  SPKNCEK  KENRRMAN.  OTICE is hereby (riven that thirty days  after date I intend to apply to the Hon.  the Chief Commissioner of Lands, for a license  to prosjiect for coal and petroleum on tlie following described lands, situate in the Similkameen laud division of the District of Yale:  Comntciicinir al a post at the southeast corner  of Lot 687, belii(f also the southwest corner <���(  Lot 143('S, thence east SO chains, thence south ho  chains, thence west SO chains, thence north xo  chains lo the place of commencement, a'ld containing 640 acres.  Dated this lath day of Mav, 1'JirT.  (IKORtiE W. KUMIIER'iKK.  S(>encer Uenerniari, Aj/eut.  Nc  Catholic���Church of the Sacred  | Heart.���Divi-ae service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; <-espers ana benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bkc\kd, O. M. I.  pastor.  NOTICE is hereby Kiveu l����at thirty days  after date I intend to apply to the Hon.  theChiel Commissioner of ^Lands, fora license  to prosjiect for coal aud nctroleuni on the following described lauds, situate in the Siniilka  nieen land division of Yale District: Com  meiicintf at a post at the southeast corner "(  Lot 6S7, being alto the southwest corner ol Lot  1456s, thence easi ><0 chains, thence north so  Chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south Hi  chains to the place of commencement ami containing' 640 acres.  Dated this lHth dav of Mav. l'lio.  WILLIAM K. WILLIAMS  Spencer Ilciiermaii. Aex-in.  NOTICE Is hereby (fivea that, thirty days  after date, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lauds for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands,situate iu the Similkameen  district: Commencing at a post at the southwest comer of Lot 2,337, pre-emption, thence  west eighty chain*, thence north eiffhty chains,  thence east eiphty chains, thence south eighty  chains to place of commencement and containing 640 acres.  Dated this 14th day of May. 1910.  E. T. WICKWIRE, Lccator.  H. Bunting, Agent.  WATER NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby (riven, that thirty days  after date, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands, situate in the Similkameen  district: Commencing at a post at the southwest corner of Lot 2,337, pre emption, thence  south forty chains, thence west one hundred  dred and sixty chains, thence north forty  chains, thence east one hundred and sixty  chains lo place of commencement, and con-  taiuiuir 640 acres.  Dated this 14th dav of Mav, 1910.  H. BUNTING. Locator.  N  OTICE is hereby (riven,  that thirty  days  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and pelroleum on the following described lands, situate in the Similkameen  district: Comineiicinu" at a post at the northwest corner of Lot 42!, pre-emption, thence  west eijrlity chains, thence south ei(fhty chains,  thence east eiyhty chains, thence north eiirhty  chains to (dace of commencement, and conlaiu-  ini> 640 acres.  I)at,.d this 'ith dav of May, 1910.  E. T. WICKWINE, Locator.  II. limiting, Aoeni.  N  OTICE is hereby   given, that   thirty davs  Chief  Commissioner  of Lauds   for a license to  prospect for coal und petroleum  ou the follow  iii(/ described lauds, situate in the Siiiiilkanu   district: Commencing at a post at the south  east corner of Lot lo", pre-emption, tiicuce  south eighty chains, thence west eighty chain-.,  thence north eighty chain*, thence e?sl eighty  chains to place of coimnettreiucin. and contain-  in ix 640 acres  Dated this 14th day ol May. l'Jlo.  II. limiting. Locator.  MINERAL ACT  , situ-  ill of  vlail;  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "��� Nightingale Fractional " Mineral Claim,  ate   in the t".reenivotid Mining   Divisio  Yale District.    Wliere located:    In Sk  Camp.  A.KK NOTICE that I, Edmund T. Wick-  re. Free Miner's certificate N". B263S6,  intend, sixty days front date hereof, to apply  lo tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the. above claim.  And further tnl<c notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ;5th day of April. A. I). l'Mti.  42 EDMUND T. WICKWIRE.  T1  Advertise in THE TIMES  NOTICE is hereby given that an application  will be made under PnrtV, of the "Water  Act, 1909," to obtain a license iu the Similkameen Water Division of Yale District.  a.���The nam*, address, and occupation of the  Applicant: The Consolidated Mining & Smelt-  iiip Company ol Canada. Limited, a Mining  Company incorporated under the laws of the  Dominion of Canada, and whose Home Oflice  is in theCity of Toronto, in the Province of  Ontario, rnd whose registered oflice in the Province of liritish Columbia is in 'he City of Trail.  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1524042  b.��� The name of the lake stream or source is  a creek known as McCarren creek, which arises  ill Central Cam]) and runs westerly and empties  into Houddary creek about 15>��> feet below  Boundarv Falls, in the District of Yale.  c���The point of diversion is on Lot 20n3, immediately above the Falls on said creek and  near where the Road from Roimdary Fa IK to  liravard's ranch crosses said creek.  d ���The quantity of water applied for. iu  cubic feet per second, is Four.  e.���The premises oil which the water is to lie  used is a Mill Site forming apart of Lot 42>,  and lying between the Columbia and Western  Railway right of way and Iioiindary creek, on  the southwest part of Lot 421'.  f.���The purposes for which the water is to lie  used are Mining am! Milling purposes, and purposes incidental thereto.  g.���The character of the proposed works: A  dam with a pipe line leading therefrom to the  Applicant's concentrator building on said Mill  Site.    ���  h.���If the water is to be used for pruver or  mining purposes, describe the place where the  water is to be returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between the point  of diversion and point of return. The water is  to be returned into Boundary creek about 12ou  feet below Boundary Falls, and the difference  in altitude between the tiriut of diversion ami  point of return is about 250 feet.  i.���Area of Crown Laud to be occupied by  tl'e proposed warks.    Not any.  j. -Give the names it ml addresses of any riparian proprietors or licensees who, or whose  lands, are likelv to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet. Mark  Cli.islensoii, Lot 20S3. Iioiindary Falls, I!. C,  Sidney T. Smith. Grand Forks. 1!. C. Isaac N.  Hallett. Lot 2721. Greenwood. !!. C. Robert  Wood. Lot S2I. Greenwood. II. C.  It.���The capital of the Consolidated Mining A:  Smelting Company of Canada. Lirr ited. Is  $7.ft>0.inii', divided into 7.S.O0Oshares of JlOOeach,  and 53.552 shares of said Company are paid up  ami issued.  1. The tollowing are copies of such parts oi  ehe Memorandum of Ass(K;iation of the Applicant as authorizes the proposed application ami  works;  "To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, exchange, or Mhcrwisie, such tinib-r '.anils or  leases, timber claims, licenses to eul limber,  surface rights and rights of way, water lights  and privileges-, mills, factories, luruaces for  smelling and treating ores and refining metals,  buildings, machinery, plant, or other real or  personal properly as may lie necessary for or  conducive lo the proper carrying out of auy of  the objects of the Company. ���  '���To construct, maintain, alter, make, work  and o|>erate on the projierty of the Company,  or on projierty controlled by the Company, auy *  trails, roads, ways, tramways, for the conveyance of ;��res and other goods of the Company,  bridges, and reservoirs, dams, Humes, race ami  other ways, water courses, aqueducts, wells,  wharves, piers, furnaces, saw mill-, crushing  works, smelting works, conccntratit'.g works,  hydraulic works, electrical works ami appliances, warehouses, buildings, machinery, plant  stores ar.d other works and conveniences required by or Conducive to any of the ojierations  of the Company, and to buy, sell, manufacture  and deal in all kinds of goods, stores, imple  nients, orovisions, chattels and effects required  by the Company or its workmen or servant....  ni.���This notice was posted on the 18tk day of  Mav, l'��b'. and application will  be made tothe  Commissioner ou tho2��tli dav of Jane, 1910.  TKECONSOLIDATED MINING & SMELTING COMPANY' OF CANADA, LTD.  A. W. Davis. Supt. No. 7 Mine.  I. II. Hallett. solicitor for applicant. Me*..  ��� *      I  We have the stock at tlie rj^ht prices.  oiiine  ^"^ ���    ion  a  The Furniture and Stove Man  Phone 16  Greenwood, B. C.  DIES  ;ji Do you want (��li Sngtelj initial note $  j}; paper and envelopes to write your |  jf. letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate ,  FOK  TRY TUB  BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES  Job Department!  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  " Albion '" Mineral Claim,  situate in the ftreen-  ����� innl    Milling    Division  of   Vale   District.  Where   In,-; I:    On   James   creek.   Kettle  ri ver.  TAKK N"TfCIC that I, John Cooding,  l-'iee Miner"'. Certificate No. IIHHO, ii|.  lenit, sixtv ila.Ns fioiii ilate hereof, to apply to  the Mining K'ei-uiiler tor a Cim lilicale of improvement, for the purpose nf obtaining a  t !t-�� ��v\ u (Irani of tlie above clai in.  Ami   Inrthi-r  inko  notii.v   that   action, umler  Seeiir.n   T7.   ii-ust    be   Ci'itniietieeil   bet'ore.    the  Ksiiaiio- .,(   siu'li   Certi lieaie ol Iiiijirovemeiits.  11::ieil th;    lith ila \ of Mn\. A. I). PMii.  JOHN" CODlMNi;.  TENTS!    TENTS!  Ximv shipment just received. See  the line. The O. I. C. .store. A. I,.  White, proprietor.  GOOD WORK  FAIR PRICES  Before you take your departure from  Greenwood subscribe for your home  paper. Si for six months, or  52 a yeai.  ' Vuti will tincl it full of interest   to you  ] wherever you are.  I I-'OK Kb'XT--A 2-room house, neat  land nicely furnished, suitable for  | batcliinj', ioce'ed side of J. II. McNeil's residence. Oilier furnished  I houses for rent. See the Furniture  ai.'l Sioye in;iii, A. L. White,  ' '.hiketise  of the   want   ad.   column.  Make your  wants   known   ;:i,-r_itu_:i a   It :\iV do the wc lk fer you at less  cost  want ad.    Three line ail. for2;c, and be mote effectual.  TO WN TOPICS  James McGregor, of Nelson, is  at the Windsor.  A. B. Bennett, of Bridesville*,  is registered at the Pacific,  Geo. Green, of Vancouver, was  a visitor to Greenwood last week.  Jake Saunders done well at the  last gun shoot, breaking 21 out  of 2��.  R. A. Simmonds. of Vancouver, was a visitor to the city  last week.  Miss Brown, of Greenwood, is  the guest of Mrs. C. F. Edwards,  of Phoenix.  L. M. Rice, a civil engineer of  Seattle, was iu town on a recon-  noitering trip,  A, W. Fraser, of Grand Forks,  paid a business vi?it to Greenwood on Wednesday.  Mr. Martin, a Rock Creek  rancher, was in town on Wednesday and stopped at Uie Pacific.  Born-^-At Vernon, to Mr. ami  Mrs. E. Collier, C. P. R. cruiser,  a son. Mother and rhild doing  well.  Born���To Mr. and Mrs. John  Carlson, on June 17. a daughter,  which tipped the scales at 10j/j  pounds.  Miss Banbury, of Boundary  Falls, has accepted a first rate  situation at Vancouver, and will  leave shortly to take the place.  The Argo tunnel is steadly  working and liaa now bored into  the mountain 410 feet, and is continually striking new stringers ol  valuable ore.  C. W. Stevenson, representing  the American Type Foundry Co.,  of Vancouver, made a business  visit to the city this week. He is  a sociable gentleman and a first-  class hustler.  W. J. Mackirdy, who left Phce-  nix about a year ago to stake  land in the Quesnel, will be  married to a young lady of that  district next month.  E. Hibbert, manager of the  Le Roi Two properties at Rossland, has succeeded Paul S,  Couldrey as superintendent at the  Mother Lode mine, who is going  to Peru.  A. A. Mcintosh returned to  Phoenix recently, after a trip to  Fort George. He states there is  a great deal of land grafting going on in the much boomed city.  He will remain in the  Boundary.  Smoking in the gallery in the  opera house, during prefortnan-  ces should be stopped at once,  being both very dangerous in  causing a fire, and-highly disrespectful towards the lady patrons.  Wm. Stapleton, of Winnipeg,  in the interests of the McKenzie  & Mann steamships on the Pacific route, the Royal George and  Royal George Edward, was herf-  arranging agencies  at this point.  Some low lived villian is again  at his dispicable work of dog  poisoning in this city. The  authorities are on his trail and  the medicine he will have to  swallow when caught, will effectually stop his barbarous work.  A very sad event at Grand  Fork, on Saturday evening last,  occurred in the death of Mrs. Ed  Ruckle, leaving a husband and a  number of small children, including a baby a fortnight old.  Much sympathy is felt for these  old residents of the Ruckle ad-  dition.  The C. P. R. train going east  was delayed three hours near  Eholt,   on   Saturday   afternoon,  from an accident occuriug to an  ore train which jumped the rails  and placed one of the cars directly  across the track, It was necessary to transfer passengers to resume the trip.  The too frequent visits of  householders to American points  across the border near Midway,  and not coming back empty  handed, has made the custom  officials smell a rat, and after a  cleverly arranged plan the business is busted and no more money  is going out of the country in  that direction anyhow.  RIFLE ASSOCIATION  FINANCIAL    STATEMENT  The following is a statement  of the subscriptions received and  accounts paid by the committee  organized to arrange for memorial  services which were held iu the  Auditorium, Greenwood, B. C,  ou Friday, May 20, 1910, in memory of the lata King Edward VII:  A meeting of all the old members and also all who will take an  active interest in our Rifle club,  are requested to meet on Monday  night at the court house at 8 p.m.  sharp to start the association up  again in good shape. Make a  note of the date and reserve it for  a big attendance.  The beneficial effect of iron  upon the system weakened  through illness, overwork or  anemia, is well known. Ferrovim is a preparation which  supplies the valuable element  in the most efficient way, combining with it the nourishing  qualities of beef and the mildly stimulative effect of sherry  wine. Ferrovim costs #1-00  a bottle at druggists.  $ '     " .     7.       .    ' .    >���.  I A Summer Pleasure  is good beer.   That's our kind.    It is exhilerating and invigorating.  ~YrTirVTX~) Makes perfect  sleep  possible  u vJv^-Sh arK' E����d health is assured.  ���  Our beer is popular with  both the ladies and gentlemen.  It is well made and well cured  and will prove a pleasure We  are very .careful to see that  nothing injurious enters into  its brewing.  A GLASS  of bur Pabst beer will put  new life into any one. It cures  the thirsty feeling and makes  you feel light and gay.  **&hJ&  -"i\  greenwood Ciquor ����,  Receipts  Subsscriptions    from  citizens  $67 50  Municipal    Council  cheque     25 00  ACCOUNTS PAID.  J.  I4.  Coles   C. V. Stork    C. F. Stork    F. W.  McLaine   II. C. Times   F. C. Buckless   T. M. Gulley & Co;....  F. W.  McLaine   Bal. to Boy Scouts,per  R. G. Hargreaves...  Disbursements.  S 2 50  33 SO  7 60  3 00  13 00  5 00  1 2S  1 00  25 65  Total  SW 50       $92 50  Audited and found correct.  Robert Wilson, Auditor.  June 17, 1910.  F, W. McLaine, Sec.  ADULTERATION  At the Pure Food Exhibition  in London, recently, the publi  was afforded an opportunity Of  seeing the way in which so many  food stuffs are ''faked." Adulteration, it is said, cosists chiefly  of five classes which are���the use  of preservatives, attractiveness in  appearance, substitutions, the introduction of impurities, and the  barefaced passing of spurious imitations. At the London exhibition there was exhibited a seven-  pound jar of jam which, can be  bought at an ordinary shop as  raspberry and red-currant. As a  matter of fact, this and other  mixtures are made of turnip,  beets, mangolds, carrots, potatoes, glucose, saccharin, and coloring matter, the "pips" or seeds  being provided in the shape of  sawdust.  Alien laborers are now shut out  of Canada.  FOR SALE AT GRAND FORKS  A beautifully situated home, new  building" in perfect order, with water  and e'tH-.trie litflil, with one and one-  half acres surrounding, planted with  all varieties of fruit trees and small  shrubs, grapes, etc.. all in bearing.  Will sell en bloc or without furniture  if desired. Will sell at a sacrifice price  to enable owner to locate at coast immediately. Apply at B. C. Times  office, Greenwood.  NOTICE  During my ?r\��ence of some weeks  in the Bast, I shall be constantly in  touch with my office by telegraph, and  have made arrangements by which the  work of my client.'", will receive im-  msdiate and continuous attention.  J, D. Spkncb.  LOST  A gold cuff link  engraved   with in  itials  S.  T.   H.    Finder rewarded by  leaving same at Times office.  PLASTER  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA. PLEURISY.  STITCHES. CRICKS.  NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM  Each 25c. in air-tight tin box;  yard rolls $1.00, can be cut to any  size.  Beware of worthless imitations.  j.   n.WlS &  LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.   ��  THE  Club Cigar Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Phoenix and Midway Stajre Office.  Agent for Reco Laundry, Phoenix.  L.  L.  MATTHEWS,  PHONE A-45.  Form 9.  LAND ACT.  Similkameen Land   District, District of Yale.  <-pAKE NOTICE that James Poggi, of Green-  J- wood, British Columbia, occupation  miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the follow-Inir described laud":  Commencing-at a post planted at the northeast corner of Lot 089, Similkameen (formerly  Osoyoos). Division of Yale District; thence  north forty chainf, more or less, to the southerly limit of the Columbia and Western Railway Company's right of way; thence southwesterly followiug the said southerly limit  forty chains, more or less, to the easterly limit  of Lot 222"; thence south ten chains, more or  less, to the northerly limit of said Lot 689;  thence east twenty chains, more or less, to the  point of commencement, and containing sixty  acres, more or less.* JAMES POGGI.  Dated 16th June, 1910. ��1  mineral, Act  y  'S "  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  F. JAYNES  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD ,.:  GOLD COIN BUTTER  450.  PER  POUND,  Something extra choice.   *  Round  Jim^2, J^l#ij Jigjfj^ahd 22  Auguf&3;   Sept'8, 1910  This low r.iLt is via the Great Northern Railway from Seattle, Tacoma,  Portland, Evvim, Bellingham, Vancouver, Victoria, New Westminster,  Wenatchee, Spokane and many other points in Washington, Oregon and  British Columbia to    " *���  Chicago  $60.00 to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior, and Kansas City.    Proportionate fares to New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D. C, and other  eastern points.   Stop-over anywhere on the Great Northern Railway.  Name your train���tell the agent- you want to go on the Oriental Limited, Fast Mail or Great Northern Express.    Better still���write me for  full   information   and our "East_Over the Mountain"   folder.  Describes the routes past the new Glacier National Park tp St.  Paul, Minneapolis! Kansas City, Chicago and ���  points cast.  V. KISTLER,  D. F. & P. A.-,-Grand Forks, B. C;  H. ��,. BRENIZER,  Agent, Midway, B. C  m??.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Morning Star" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: About three miles  west of tbe Arlington lakes.  TAKE NOTICE That I, E. G. Smith, Free  Winers* Certificate No. B14301, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tbe above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the lssue-  ance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tbis 31st day of March, A. D. 1910.  39 E. G. SMITH.  Application lor Liquor License  Take notice that I, S. T. Larsen, of Rock  Creek, B. C, intend to apply to the Superintendent of Police, at the expiration of one  month from the date hereof, for the Tenewal of  a retail liquor license for the Riverside Hotel,  Rock Creek, B C.  Dated tbis 7th day of May, 1910.  SAMUEL T. LARSEN,  43 Rock Creek.B. C,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'Crescent No. 2" and "Norene Fractional"  Mineral Claims, situate iu the Greenwood  Miuiutf Division of Yale District. Where  located:    In Providence Camp.  TAKE NOTICE tbat I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as aifent lor Harry II. Shallenberger,  Free Miners' Certificate No. U26506, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, mutt be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 21st dav of March, A. D. 1910.  39 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  FOR SALE���At Fort George, l'{-  acre lots $.325.00 to S4S-J.00, adjoining  25-foot lots sold as high as 3650.00.  Foster & Fisher, 310 Hastings street,  Vancouver, li. C.  For Sewing" Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.    Phone 16.  I  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Black Jack.' " 55," "66," " 77," " Caberf ae  Fractional" and "Hit Me Fractional"  mineral claims, situate in. the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale district. Where  loraled^    In Ccutr.il Cam p.  TAKE NOTICE That 1, Isaac H.-0allett'  as agent for The Consolidated Mining-  and Smellinir company of Canada, Limited,  Free Miner's. Certificate Nt- B24042. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  M-.n.iiir Keoi.dOi- for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Gtaiksof loe alKive clr.ima.  And fuither take notice tliat action, turner  secti..n 3.", iniifrt be commenced before the isstte-  ;ince of such Certificate of Imsro'cmciiti,.  Dated this 1DD' day of April, A. I>. l'>10.  42 I. H. HALLETT.  buy YotfR MifJ|   JrTROM THE ��� "^  GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered. Daily  BOTTLED   MILK  A SPECIALTY  Fred  Jenks,   Prop'r.  ������*  SEP  #J*JtJlJtJtJt#JtJ$*-M;* <%.;>    WjijUj. isjtjtjtjsjtjijtjtjtjljtjljti  * FIRS��" I* AVis^CAFE  #-*���*  AT TUR  01.3 L  ?   Open Dm,   Mid jT^/ght  ERNIE C * RT^R^nager  fc JtJtjKJtJ*JtJtjSj��^JJt.>\��� ,   .-���    . ..Jt.HW.i .i^JtJt-  M'JtjWtJtJtJt,  "^r*  mmrnmsBn  Greenwoe^ieaipiageLine  Leaves Grew; #ocl Daily at   3 p. m.  ,^     Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  |REENW00D  OFFICE:    L.   L.   MATTHEWS'  CIGAR  STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  & LAING, Prs.  ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES  Fancy Cane Baskets for  Picnics and Outings  A Fine Variety  FISHING  TACKLE  The dependable kind that delivers tha goods.    RODS, REELS,  FLIES, LINES, LEADERS. BASKETS, SPOONS, LANDING  NETS, Etc.   A complete stock at reasonable prices.  BOOKS AND STATI0NE��||tK0DA^  mu\  y\  **%.-  ^  *���**.  Y^^St'^T^:


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