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 &Wt*  w  ' ' i ��g" ������-. j library'  l<   >.  -1  VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C,  OAY.    JANUARY 22,   1909  No. 20  In Warm  '���'���������. '     ���.'.������       '��� * ���  Saturday and Monday  33a Per Cent,  Off  Our  Entire Stock of   Felt  Boots  and Slippers    ��� %:,' "y  BARCLAY & GO.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES���MILLINERY  | Start the New Year Right *  By getting a-  fREGIN^ WATCH  They  are the Best in the World,  A. LOGAN & CO.  %  %  %  ��Have these Watches at all prices, from $7 to $100,'��  They are absolutely guaranteed.  GaU and See Them  **���������:���:;  :%'"���������'���  %    :  .;v  .*.-. ���������  ^-Special discount on all watdi cases during this month fc  ���*:������������������-;���.".:: ���     ,. ��� ��  ���a. ���"������ ..---. v .   fc  GENERAL MINING!     I  The corrected figures of the  B.C. Copper Co's tonnage for the  year ending December 31st, 1908,  are as follows: -.-   v toks  Total material smelter .....376,043  Mother Lode Mine  .294,635  Oro Denoro     58,989  Napoleon...... -���  11,266  Others....' _   11,213  Granby officials state that their  company is not a part of .the copper combine being formed in New  ��  York, and it is not likely that  any of the other British Columbia  companies are directly interested.  A mining aompany of which  Geo A. McLeod is president. H.  H. Shallenberger, secretary, and  A. D. McPhee, superintendent', is  developing the International, a  galena property oh Salmon river.  The Nugget mine on Sheep  Creek has sent out another brick.  It is the fourth sinc�� the beginning of November and is valued  at $5,000.      _____  Eighty mi tiers were killed by  an explosion in the Lick branch  colliery. West Virginia.;  Communications*  For Those in Distress  The terrible calamity which has  befallen thepeopleof Calabria and  Sicily calls for the sympathy and  assistance of each and every one.  Great efforts are being made to  alleviate tbe sufferings of the  survivors, and we trust that the  following appeal from the Rev.  Father Bedard will meet  with  a  Coarse gold goiag$2 to the pan j generous response from   the pee-  has been f.-utwl on  Barkir   creek I Ple to whora ifc ���*�� addressed :  A diamond drilling outfit is  being put on the claims of the  Swayrie Copper Co. en Lynn  Creek, near Vancouver. Dr.  Swayne, president of the corn-  pan v, states that the ore is self-  fluxing, carries an average of 6%  per cent copper and some . gold.  The mine is eight miles -from  tidewater and it will be necessary  to have an electric railway built  this distance���probably a branch  line from one of the existing  roadS.        '  <>ob^<>0lC^0000oo^  in the Yukon district.  Phil Corrigan expects to mike  a mine out of the Winona claim  nenr Whitewater and has been  working on it for some months  past with that end in view, says  the Kaslo Kootenaian.; He reports the property as looking encouraging.  G >od reports come from the  Euraka mine at Saadod\ where  laige bodit-s of ore are being  blocked out The veins -are said  to be a continuation of the rich  Slocan Star leads, being' in the  same belt and of tbe samjJ grade.  It is expected that, by the 20th  ��f tbe present month the compressor on the Aurora property will  be working and the ! machine  drills will be in use. The Aurora promises to make a record for  itself this winter.  Greenwood, B.C., Jan. 18,'09.  To the good people of Greenwood:  Dear Friends,���I have just received a communication from my  Superiors, in which thev request  me lo have a collection taken up  throughout the Boundary in aid  of the Italian earthquake sufferers.  As you are well aware, half the  population of Calabria and the  eastern part of Sicily are dead ;  the other half are weighed"down  by miseries beyond description.  Your kind and generous contribution for this worthy object  may be sent directly to me or deposited in my name in any of the  local banks, and I will see that  they are immediately forwarded  to the proper authorities.  Yours respectfully,  Rev. F. J. Bedard, O.M.I,  The Mining World inform,* u��  that the recent rebound in the  price of silver has been largely  due.tpjorftard. orders f rpatt C^aj^utttng the plant in proper repair  It is reported from a reliable  source that the Smelter at Crof-  ton is to resume operations in a  few'week's time.    The   work of  and the broadening ef the de-.  maud from Hindustan: that India, Mexico and the U, S. are now  buying silver and Germany and  Frasce will soon he compelled te  enter the market.  will commence at once after -which  smelting operations will be recommenced, there being enough  coke and ore on hand to keep the  plant running for some month's  time.  Liberal Association  The annual meeting "of the  Greenwood Liberal Association  was attended by a representative  number of local stalwarts of the  party who assembled on Tuesday  evening for the election of officers  and to deal 'with other matters  of local interest.  The meeting was very well attended and great deal of interest  was manifested in the business  under discussion.  Among- other important matters  the Association made a first, second !and third choice of sites for  the Greenwood Federal building  for which an appropriation of  $5,000 was made last vear, and  which will be submitted to the  government engineer for approval-  Following the usual eastern  the voting was by ballot and the  association elected the following  officers for the ensuing year :  Hon. President���Sir Wilfrid  Laurier.  President���E. R. Redpath.  Vice-president���John D. Spence  Secretary���D. A. MacDonald.  Members of the Executive���S.  P. Dixon, Dr. H. S. Simmons, D.  A. McDonald, J. M. Millar, E.T.  Wickwire, H. Bunting.  Mining Institute  The members of the Western  Attention is called to the fo> Branch of the Canadian Mining  lowing letter from F. W. McLaine, Institute will convene at Greea-  Secretary of the Board of Trade,  wood at their postponed meeting  The New Council  Stanfield's Under-Wear. is the best  value manufactured  The only place you can secure this line is from us.  Mens Heavy Grey Ribbed, all wool.  Mens Extra Heavy Grey, all wool  Mens Heavy Brown Bibbed, all wool  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool  'The above lines are guaranteed not ta Shrink.  $2.50 Suit  3.00 Suit.  4.00 Suit.  4.00 Suit.  5.50 Suit.  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  J0^00^ooeo#ooooooo000000<>��<K-H>0��00<>��^^  <yooo000000o����oo��o����<x>A<-K->ooooo<->oo^  A*,  D. & L.  Malt Extract  We recommend  this Malt Extract  as  being one of the Best, if not the Best  preparation of its kind, on the  market.  Three Bottles for $1.00,  delivered free to any part of Greenwood  or Anaconda.  Phoenix Foyal Minstrels  Greenwood theatre-goers were  furai shed a fine evening's entertainment on Wednesday night by  the Phoeai* Royal Minstrels.  The program of side-splitting  local hits, songs, stories and dances took two and one-half, hours.  The end-men kept the audience in  constant laughter, and the songs  of the Misses Murray and Graham  elicited many encores, while Mr.  R, K. McCammon was in especially fine voice.  After the concert the floor was  cleared for dancing the music being supplied by the Phoenix orchestra.  The entertainment was a fine  success from a financial" point of  view as well, and Phoenix is to  be congratulated upon its local  talent who were so generous in  lending their accomplishments to  a worthy cause.  METALS.  New York, Jan. 20���Silyer,  50; copper, 13^ to 13^, dull and  normal.  London, Jan. 20���Silver 23 16-16;  lead, ��12 2s. 6d.  Jan, 20���Closing quotations on  the New York 'curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asked  8.00  62^6  .08  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  The Store of Quality,  J ��*��<>CKXH*>0��<>o<��<-K-'<K>0^  B. C, Copper - 7.75  Granby .'. 1��2.��0  Dominion Copper 37}��  Snewshoe    97  Copper Quotations.  B.C. Copper $7.75     8.00  Granby  105.08    108.00  Dominion Copper _.43#     -56#  Court of Appeal,  The Times heartily endorses  the action of the Liberal Association of the Boundary country in  their request that our fellow-  townsman, Jehu D. Spence, be  appointed to the Bench in the  Court of Appeal constituted by  act passed last session and which  is expected to be proclaimed at  any time.  Four judges are to be appointed,  either of all new men or partly  by promotion 'from the - present  Supreme Court -of B.C., and as  Mr. Spence has been spontaneously and unanimously endorsed for  the position by all the Liberal  Associations throughout Southern  Yale a very great deal of satisfaction will be felt should the honor  of such an appointment be given  to him.  Mr. Spence is a graduate of  Toronto University and Osgoode  Law School, Toronto; is a member of both the Ontario and B.C.  bars and has a wide experience  in the practice of his profession  at Toronto, Greenwood and  Grand Forks.  He came to the Boundary in  1899 and practised at Grand Forks  from that year until 1905.  The people of the Boundary  would be delighted to hear of his  elevation to the Bench.  The Rossland Ice Carnival .will  open on February 2nd and continue for four days with a program of races, hockey matches  and ether games.  After a continuous residence of  eleven years in the Boundary,  Leon Langis left yesterday on a  trip to Ottawa and Montreal to  settle up business in connection  with his property in the east. Mr.  Langis will also visit Nevada,  where he has some interests at  Virginia City, and expects to return to Greenwood in two or  three month's time.  in regard to alleged railway discrimination in freight rates in  favor of Washington points by  the Great Northeru.system. j  The Board of Trade requests  all persons' having any specific  information as to the discrimination complained of to send it ta  jyir. McLaine:  Editor Boundary Crbbk Times.  Dear Sir.���As the Greenwood  Board of Trade intend bringing  before the Associated Boards of  Trade, who hold their annual  convention on the 27th inst., an  important resolution which materially effects the merchants, consumers and shippers of not only  the City of Greenwood but als��  the neighboring towns, I would  be very much obliged if you would  allow me the privilege of having  this brought before the public  through the medium of your paper. The following is the resolution:  "Resolved���That whereas there  now exists gross irregularities in  the freight and passenger rates  of the lines operated by th�� Great  Northern Railway Company, involving unjust discrimination  against British Columbia points  upon the V.V. ,& E- railway in  favor of neighboring peints in the  State of Washington ;  Now, therefore, the Associated  Boards of Trade of Eastern British Columbia urge upon the Government of Canada and upon the  Board of Railway Commissioners  for Canada the pressing necessity  of taking immediate measures to  put an end to the condition now  existing by which a railway built  upon Canadian soil under a Canadian charter deliberately discriminates against Canadian communities;  Resolved further,' that copies of  this resolution be sent by the secretary to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the  Minister of Railways, and the  Railway Commission."  F. W. McLaine, Secretary  on Monday.  On Tuesday a number of papers will be read on subjects of interest to mining men, with discussions to-follow iff the p.ifc  and evening. ���  . '  A iocial meeting is also being  arranged, and visits will be  paid  to the big local mining and smel  ting plants.  Promptly ,at eight o'clock ca  Monday evening the Mayor and  Aldermen of the City ot Greenwood for 1909 took the oath of  their respective offices before L H;  Hallett, P.M.  The personnel of the board is,  Mayor Bunting, who has been  three times elected to the office of  chief magistrate for the City of '  Greenwood, Aid. Wilson, Meyer,  and Gulley, who sat in last yeai's  council, und Aid. Buckless, Johnson and Dixon, newly-elected  members of the city parliament.  The policy of  the civic  board  as .outlined by tho Mayor for   the ^  present year will be one of economy with a   due   regard  for efficiency.  The matter of a reduction of  salaries and other matters relating to civic economy were laid  over tor consideration at the next  meeting. The Mayor announced  his appointments of the chairmen,  of the different committees.  A communication was read from  W. E. Spankie, M.D., offering  his services as medical health officer to the city without remuneration, which - was laid over till  next meeting.  A letter from F. W. Peters,  assistant to the Vice-president of  the C.P.R., in regard to correspondence for the promotion of industries in connection with the  newly-established Industrial Department of that Railway Will  alsf receive consider at iqa at the  meeting on February 1st.  ��     '-���  Rebekahs Install,  Thursday evening of last week  Mrs. Mason, D, D. G. P., assisted  by Mrs. W. B. Fleming, installed  the following officers of the local  Bebekah lodge:  Mrs. Grace Davidson. N. G.  Miss Jessie Murray, V. G.  Miss Nellie Terry, R. S.  Mis&HesBie Bryant, F. S.  Miss Rhena Somers, Treas.  Miss Addie Horton, Chap.  Mrs. Ella Archibald, Warden.  Mrs. Agnes Fleming, R. 8. N. G.  Mrs. Medill, L. S. V. G.  Miss C. McMillan,  R.  S. V. G.  Mrs. Howard Moore, L. S, V. G.  The lodge is in a prosperous condition and has a jaembership of 63.  Railway Accidents  A fatal wreck occurred on the  C.P.R. near Yale last Friday in  which engineers Foster and Cars-  cadden,of Vancouver, were killed  and about twenty passengers injured. Both the trainmen were  well-known in the Boundary.  The accident is n said to hav��  been due to the heavy snow caus.  iug the two engines, the bag-  gage,uail;express, and on�� colonist car to leap the track.  AC.P.R. freight train was .derailed by a snow-slide and plunged into Three Valley Lake carrying with it Fireman Hawkins  and Driver Cough lin, a well-known  C.P.R. employee.  January *n.*��39  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table frlxte the ore 6hfpm��ins.��,MJoiindarj mines for 19<J0, 19W, 19W, 190i,  1904, IMS, 1996,1987,19 08 as reported to the Greenwood Times���   .  ���' Part  Mink. 1901       19*B       1903        1984        1905       1946        1907 .      19��8       1909. Week  Granby  Mines.... 231.7*2    3Wja*S   39J.718   j49,*ft��   653����9   801,4*4   MJ^TJ l,03t,618    9,f71  Snowsboe     1,741     ��^9P     71.213    _.....        8,435   U5.4C1        ��,7��6     3^80  B. C Copper Co....  Mothei Lode....     99*14   141,326   138,679   174,298   147.576   l��6,90t  K&.731    131,727    7,074  B.C. Mine    19,494     47,406     14,811     19.36S       1,488      l,112    _ _  8.S80    22,937     37,9*0      9,485     11J��*     18JM          15,537     i6,4����      3,007      3,177     14,481     66,920          341      11,206     20   650  The marriage ef F. J. Dtane,  of Nelson, is reported from Pert-  land.  Get   your   Job Printing at the  Times' Office.  The Ladies of the Maccabees in  tend holding a Valentine social  in their hall on Tuesday evening  February I6th. of which particulars will be given later.  Emma    ...  Oro Denoro   Najmleon   Bonnie Belle       Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stkni   Idaho.   Rawhide   Sunset  802  Mountain Sues.       Athlestan      550  Morrison.. :..   _   "  R. Bell   Senator   Brey Fogle.   No. 37_   Reliance   SnlpnnrKlnjf   Winnipeg    1,076      1/40  Goiden Crown    12*0       King Solomon   _  875  Big Copper   No. 7 Mice  666  City Of Parte       2,000  Jewel       160 360  Riverside    _   Carmi ���   -   Sally   Rambler   ���   Batcher Boy   _   B-nacan     ���   Pro-videoce    _   Elkhorn   _   Strathmore.   _   Golden Eagle     Preston   _   Prince Henry   Skylark   _          Last Chance    _   E.P. U. Mine.    _   Bay_...   Mavis.    ��   Don Pedro    Cee��ccnt    _   Helen   Ruby._  80  Republic.    ���   Miscelllaneous..       3.4J6  ,455     15.731  5,646  150  32^350     55,731   140,686 43JM       4,870    2,960     U&fl  25,108    26^32 64,173     11,971  3,056     48490 31.270  4,747      IfiSb 31,258  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  3,339  560  363  786  625  2,435  3,450  222  364  33  482  2,060  890  1333  33  150  3.4SB ...  3W ...  ..   9  649 ...  586  79  145  30  106  219  993  400  726  325  770  150  20  76  9  18  1.140  40  140  98        120    L"  167  52  50  3����  325  500  60  750  535  689  2*tf  73  20  40  90  80  20  580  20  15  58*  40  700  ���JO  55  60  224  30  45  ..53  Total, tons..    390>B0   SW^76  690.419   829^��   V33M81,161437 l,14tJB7   ...  Smelter treatment���  Granby Co 23��,8K   212^40   4��,921   596,262   687.-X5B   82*^879   677,0k 1,044,794..  B.C. Copper Co   117.611   10/90   142.913   214,484   210333   123,940   34L.93     67.895  Dom. Cop. Co...   ���     132^70 30 84,059   21W11   153.439      20J��  20,45  ������'������i-f^a  J'sa  Tttalrednced... 62,389   348,439   46OJ940   697,404 837,(i66   932,5771,172,4031,233,017 Ti��  ^  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  ������Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Lokd Stmathcoka *��u Moumt Koyai.. G. C. M. (��.  President:   S�� GaoaQE A. DKUMMorJP.K.C. M. t>.  Vlce-Pre��ide��t and General Manager:   Sik E. S. Clooston. Bam  Braacbes in London, Eng. USJh1np��U New -.mil, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  TraTellers' Credit*, available In any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  nnmtuuuuuuuuui  The associated boards of trade  will meet   at   Trail   on   January  27th.  UMi\  It is said that tracklaying will  begin between Hedley aad Keremeos on April 1st.  * ��*j��*��-*����o ��*n��eo *��������**���* ���*�������*���� ��������� ����*�����*�����  'MINES AND MININGI  ��  ��  ��  ��  ���������so oe ��*������������� <t��o�� <����������#��  THE BANK Of  The value of the gold output  of Alaska since the northern  C'uutry was purcha-wl bv ihe  United States is more Mian fitter*?'  tira��s the amount uf the purchase  price.  72 Years In Business.  Have You a  Bank Account?  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  The tncme}' is safer  in the Bank than in  your house or pocket.  A   Checking  |     A   copper    nugget     weighing  (three   tons will   be  exhibited by  Alas-ka at the   A laska-Yukon-Pa-  lei lie Exposition.  Making Good.  There ts no way of making lasting  friends like "Making Good;" and Doctor  Pierce's medicines well exemplify this,  and their friends, after more than two  decades of popularity, are numbered by  the hundreds of thousands. They have  "made good" and they have not made  drunkards.  A good, hbnest, square-deal medicine of  Known composition is Dr. Pierce's Gulden  Medical Discovery. It still enjoys an immense sale, while most of the preparation.? that have come into prominence in  the earlier period of its popularity have  "gone by the board " and are never n ore  heard of. There must be some reason lor  this long-time popularity and that is to  b3 found in-iti superior merits. V hen  once given a fair trial for weak stom-ich,  or for liver and blood ail'cciions, its s-iipe-  rior curative qualities are soon mani est;  hence it'has survived and grown in popular favor, while scores of less rneritu: ioua  articles hive suddenly Ha:lied into Uvor  for a brief  forrotUMi.  KETT  WALLEY FRUIT  LANDS���  for a brief period and then been au^oon  d  Account provides a safe and convenient way of  pa}ring- your bills, as each check issued returns  to you as a receipt.  A Savings Account keeps growing all tke  time, because Interest is added Four Times a Year.  Greenwood BrancbwH. F. STOW, Manager.   PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Public.  Cable Address:       *' Hauktt."  I Bedford M'Keill'��  Conns \ Morelug- & Neal't-  QnssMtsooo. B.O'  Leiber*8  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0. O. F.  Meets eiery  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  I. ��. O. T. Hall.    A cordial furl tattoo lad  tended to all sojourning bretherO.  D..A. MACDONALD A. JAYNES,  N. G. V. G.  A. LOGAN,  Rec. Sec.  cm  Boundary Creek Times  Usued every frldav  Millar 4 Divinios, Lessees.  reached which will   be   heartily  welcomed by both countries.  A new city will rise on the  site of the destroyed Messina  which will be made as nearly  earthquake-proof as possible.  Only one building, which was  of special construction, withstood  the earthquake and prizes are offered for plans bearing on the  work of reconstruction which offer the greatest guarantee of safety.  J.M.MILLAR  MANA.Q8K  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pb�� Y��ak        ....   * 00  Six Mouths -  1 36  TO FOKB1QS COUNTXIBS  2 50  CUNIOI  The appointment of P. T. Mc-  Callum, of Grand Forks, to the  newly created office of Immigrat-  gration Inspector for the Boundary country with headquarters  in that city meets with general  approval.  yir't'ir''^^ww-^r''~--r-~v~'^-w,^^-,^-ww-^'^'A'y:'^  PROVINCIAL ITEMS  BMDauvRMsnuuijuuiiiui   ���'Bee  The city of Nelson has a surplus from the year 1908 ot $8,438..  62.  Alaska will exhibit one milliori  dollars in virgin gold, dust, nuggets a'nd brick- at the Alaska-  Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Settle.  Fifty men are at work on the  Pan-Silver property in Cobalt  camp where a rich 8 inch vein  has been cut at a depth of 100  feet.  The Turkestan coalmining and  metallurgical company are installing a 54 mile ropeway to convey  their coal to the Central Asiatic  railway.  Tbe North American Copper  Co. at Grand Encampment, Wyoming, have an   aerial   tramway  1'\jj* :i torpid liver with Its attendant  Imli'jC'sUiHi, dyspepsia, headache, |:er-  U.ii'3 dizziness, foul breath, nasty (-cited  t:):i?;i(-. with bitter taste, loss of appetite,  with distress after eating, nervomnoss  ��!;J dobillty. nullum* Is so good a:- Dr.  V-ii-ruo's Golden Medical Discovery. It's  .in h-)!ic!st. squiirc-iloal medicine with all  IU iu;.;.-oJ:i'!Us printed on bottle-wrr.pper  ��� in) .xuji'lit, no hocus-pocus huu luig,  tiiemforo d;tit't ci<;ccnl a Hubittitutr. thai  tlie uglier may possibly make a little big-  ���.rer pro!it. liislit on your right to iiave  v.-lilt you call for.  Don't buy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prercrip-  tion expeiving it to prove a "cure-all." It  is only advised for -woman's sjicciitl ailments. It makes weak women stroii;; and  iMv women well. Less advertised than  some preparations sold for like -purposes.  Its sterling curative virtues still-maintain  Its position;in the front ranks, where it  stood over/two decades ago. As a:i in-  vigoratiu*? toiiic and strengthening nervine it is uiiequaled. It won't satisfy those  who want" booze," for there is not a drop  of alcohol in it.  Dr. Pisrce's Pleasant Pellets, the origir  mil Little Liver Pills, although the first  pill of tlioir kind in the market, still lead,  and whan once tried are ever afterwards  in favorl Easy to take as candy���one to  three a'dose. Much imitated but v. ever  equaled.  The U.S. and Uruguay have  signed a treaty for the settlement  of disputes by arbitration  16 miles in length.  7r.vvv/��y.yx!��^wA-tfv*cw>VT-;  GENERAL NOTES |  Thornton J. Hains was found  not guilty in his trial for the kil-  ling of Wm. J. Annis at Flush-  iig, N.Y.  AND  ��res  FRIDAY,   JANUARY 22, 1*09  We are in receipt of a marked  copy of the Riverside Argua re-  feriing to the capture'of McLean  and Canning in that locality by  Constable Bunbury.  Tbe article does injustice to  Mr. Bunbury and we believe that  the Argus will hasten to correct  the wrong impression It gives regarding the Constable's proce-  dor��.  McLean and Canning have not  yet been tried, no reward has ever  been offered for their apprehension and there will not be any.  We believe that the first impression of Mr. Bunbury with the  Riverside people was quite correct, and they are to be commended for the ready assistance given  t�� the officer.  We hope they will coatinue te  extend the same measure of good,  will to the Canadian officers and  the good people of Okanagan  County may rest assured that a  square deal will always be given  them in return.  The Provincial Legislature opened at Victoria yesterday.  Mayor Fripp, of Grand Forks,  has appointed D. McCallum, B.  LeQuime, W. K. C. Mauly and D.  Whiteside to fill the vacancies on  the Aldermanic Board Dfor that  city. ��  Secretary Root and Ambassador Brvee have long been at work  on a draft of a treaty intended to  secure a final settlement of all  points in dispute between Canada  and the United States.  These relate to the international waterways, the fisheries and  tbe international boundary ; and  it is said that the agreements  provisionally arrived at are quite  satisfactory to the Canadian commissioners. "  It is believed that a final and  satisfactory  settlement   will   be  It is reported that the Kootenay  Central railway will build from  Galloway to Fort Steele this year  Hon, Thos. Taylor, the new  provincial minister of public  works, was elected for Revelstoke  by a vote of 353 to 102 for H. N.  Coursier, socialist.  Earthquake shocks have been  felt at the coast but no damage  is reported.  In the U.S. government's case  for the dissolution of the Stati-  dark Oil Co., the records comprise tweniy-two printed volumes  and represents a cost of nearly  $10,000,000 to the litigants.  In Connecticut 5,000 hatters have  left their work as a protest against  the action of the manufacturers  in disallowing the further use of  the union label.  A five-j ear-old boy was rescued  alive from the ruins of Reggio  after being interred for eighteen  days.  The Eastern B.C. Railway Co.  is applying for an extension to  its charter to extend its line from  Corbin to the International  line.  The B.C. Electric Railway Co.  will shortly commence the laying  of steel on the Cloverdale branch  of the new Chilliwack line.  J. H. Hawthornthwaite, socialist, was elected to the legislature  for Nanaimo by a majority of 283  over Barker, liberal.  Six of the Tennessee Night-  riders have been sentenced to  death.  Are your hands chapped, cra:ked,  cr  sore?   Have you "sold cracks  which open and bl ed when the s.':in is  drawn bight. ?   Have you a cold -.ore,  frost,  bite,   chilblains,   or   a  "rjw  place, which aC times makes it agony  for you to go about, your hous nold  <n��t.ies?   If so, Ziam-buk will givt you  r-i'li- f, and will heal the frost-dan. Jged  skin.   Anoint, the sore pig :es at u jht.  /^a-n-Suk's rich healing essences will  s nk into the wounds, end the safari  i:ig, and will heal quickly.  R.-ud this Lady^s Experience.  Airs. Yellen, of Portland, says:���  "I consider it only my tlutr to tcli you  ol' the sjreiit benefit L have derived from  7t uu-liu <. My hands were so sort! and  C'-:icked that it was agony to put r.hem  ii-.ni- water. When 1 did so they w.iuld  smut anil turn as if I had sculded them.  '. st-ennd quite unable to i��et relief rVooi  ���iiiy.hiiijf 1 put on them until i :ried  Z'un-.ttuk and-it succeeded when nil else  !:.i-.i failed. It closed the big c.icko,  :-,uve ui; ease, soothed the inflamm nion,  \\:<A in a very short time liealeil my  'h-iuiU ooinpl -tely. It is a wotv'tirful  jiieal-r and should be in every hom--1.''  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles-cMiditoay on C/P/JJ, 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   <Acre Lots, with water rights  cfor particulars apply to *D. R.   Tait,  Midway.  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is fhe  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining-Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are larg-e and cosy.  The Hest Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  *T*TP*1r *T"r**T* mF"T"��*  '/.urn-link nlxo cures chu tiny, rushes, '"later  .'<���.:��� in i. ///'i*. alcirs./rslrrini .ion's, son 7ic.'< dnii  i.'i ��'��. ulMawx, ijIiii/</<��, riiiii-irurm. etc cuts,  itriciis. 'ir/tif: s. .iculilx. ���"iinrius. U.<t:l as in ' :nbro-  ������c-i.'iaii. it cures rficunititisiii tci'itia. nt v .iliiiu.  \t'c. 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Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous -\ ix.(i  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  \ i  'f'f��44'+4'*+4***��l'��4'��f4**4"*f'*'f***��l��*��8 ���-/������.;������ "#������.  Ifi.  ���THE-.-.BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  amuTa^&BSS^t^.ZZ.'Z?���.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD.  Auditor's Statement for the Year Ending 1908.  Receipts and Expenditure Account, January 1st to December 31st, 1908,  RECEIPTS.  To'cash ou hand, general >...: $  Sinking Fund...  Taxes paid���Arrears ..........  Taxes paid 190-i.....:..... ..........  Interest on arrears of taxes.   ���Tax bale account...... .,   Water consumers......   Trade* licences ,   Liquor licenses   Dog tax..... ,. ��� ���..-..-..: ������  Koad to*..;..., ...-.   ' Rents..... ......   Cemetery :......;.   Pound Fees..   , ���  : -Government grant to  schools.. '  Water connections     Interett  allowed by   Batik on  Sinking  Fund   Loan from Bank of Montreal...  Dec. 31. Bank of Montreal overdraft ,.....*.. ,   824 00  10,838 75  1.682 80  8 323 15  $11,662 75  10,005 95  1?0 85  '  6 00  5.6S8 75  841 75  4,695 00  136 00  104 00  3 50  23 00  12 00  1,695 00  117 50  212 81  7500 00  2,723 23  Jan. 1 EXPENDITtJKBS.  By Overdraft Batik of Montreal. ���  Street improvement  $  Disbursements re Tax Sale.....  Water works maintenance   Fire Department maintenance.  Waterwork extensions   General expenseand donations  Office  expense.   Lepal expense...;   Street repairs and maintenance  Street sprinkling.   Fire and light, citv hall   Street lighting....."   Board of  health '..  Advertising and stationery.....  Mayor and Aldermen's indem-  indemnity, 1907 account       772 75  ���' on account 1908       199 45  ex-  1>'  S45.528 09  Board of School Trustees,  pense account ,,   "       ���'   Capital expenditure   . ,  Interest and discount ,   Police Department .-   Cemetery expense   Refund of portion of Liquor  License   Debenture interest, includiag  interest on hypothecation loan  .   Bank of Montreal, hypothecation loan paid off   Bank of Montreal, paid on account of current loan   Dec. 31���Cash on ha-sd:���  Balance   in     Sinking   Fund,  January 1st. ..-      10,838 75  Plus deposit during year   Plus interest allowed by Bank  on above   $2,310 14  610 54  76 50  490 89  3,132 33  1,901 52  1,049 56  .1,720 00  1,053 10  918 10  9 00  285 55  1,528 50  393 45  258 85  972 20  4,515 90  320 75  492 16  221 25  46 60  100 00  5,103 59  ,5,000 00  2,500 00  4,363 15  212 81  Less amount withdrawn to pay  off hypothecation account   Cash in hand, General account  15,414 71  5,000 00  10,414 71  102 90  $45,528 09  Certified as part of my report, dated January 11th, 1909    W. E.HODGEJS, Auditor.  General Revenue Account, January 1st to December 31st, 1908,  To'Street sprinkling.........  $  F���t*M Department maintenance  Police Department.;.....   General expense...   Office expense..   Legal Expense   .Cemetery maintenance............  Street maintenance and repairs  Fire and light, city hall   Board of Health   Street lighting ........  School expense...   Advertising and stationery   Interest and discount   indemnity to Mayor and Aldermen   Debenture Interest, including  interest on hypothecation loan  Amount to be set asidefor Sinking Fund, including interest as  per By-Laws..   Depreciation:  Isolation Hospiti  Street improvements,  Municipal buildings,  Bonus account  Cemetery,  Fire' Department,  City Band,  School Building3,  . City Map,  Ambulance,  5    254 00  3,497 83  22! 25  861 56  1.720 00  1,053 10  23 60  1.523 60  285 55  393 45  ���1,528 50  2,6% 40  258 85  491 16  902 00  5,103 59  5,229 61  )percent  46 70  8, 5 �����  2,422 23  ,10 "  526 80  10 "  710 00.  5 ���'  155 38  10 "  443 51  ioe ".  132 68  5 "  581 71  10 "  33 77  10 "  73 54  5,126 32  /  $31,170 37  By total amount of Taxes collectable as per Tax Roll of 1908$15;712 70  Less Rebate allowed to persons  who paid prior to October 31st..       605 10  Interest on Taxes........    -  Interest   allowed by Bank   on  Sinking Fund .'   Trades Licenses.,   Liquor Licenses...   Dog Tax.!   Road Tax .   Pound Fees........   *"' Rents..... ';..   Waterworks Account:  Gross revenue from consumers   5,146 01  Plus amount credited for use of  hydrants and charged to Fire  Department     1,350 00  15,107 60  130 85  212 81  841 75  4,595 00  136 00  104 00  12 00  3 50  Less  5 per cent  depreciation  written off   Balance to be deducted from Surplus being excess of expense  and depreciation over Revenue  for the Year   6,496 01  2,736 95  3,759 06  6,267 80  31,170 37  Certified as part of my report, dated January 11th, 1909.   W. B.- HODGES, Auditor.  Board* of School Trustees, Receipts and Expenditure Account, Jan, 1st to Dec. 31st, 1908  < RECEIPTS.  To Government grant   'Cash   contributed by City of  Greenwood   1,695 00  3,141 65  EXPENDITURE.  By Salaries   Fuel...:   Stationery   Repairs,   including   Painting   x  and Kalsomining ���  Secretary's Salary   Sundries.   Insurance for three years   Flag Pole   ���FireBJscape .'   $ 3,440 00  272 40  25 35  458 72  40 ��0  48 43  231 00  70 75  250 00  $4,836 65  Certified as part of my report, dated January 11th, 1909.  Balance Sheet, December 31st, 1908.  $4,836 65  W. E. HODGES.  V LIABILITIES.  [Debentures  $  IBank of Montreal loan account...  iBank ��f Montreal Overdraft.......  j Accrued interest on above......   ISultry creditors :  December Salaries $530 00  Less advanced  120 00  Mayor and   Aldermen's  indemnity....  902 00  Leas advanced.  199 45  7,500 00  2,723 23  14 00  410 00  $84,000 00  10,237 23  702 55       1,112 55  but  [Debenture interest accrued,  not payable till due....   | Surplus account      25,290 57  I Plus sinking fund reservation account, being amount which  should be at the credit of the  sinking fund as per by-laws    37,065 47  2,654 50  62,356 04  $ 160,360 32  ASSETS.  Cash on hand,   General $  Sinking   Fund account.    Gross  amount, including interest depos-  iteed since   incorporation     35,124 28  Less withdrawn for redemption  of Debentures :       24,709 57  Taxes in arrears prior to 1908...  Taxes in arrears 1908   Sundry Persons for Water Rent  Unexpired Insurance   City Map   Waterworks   Street Improvements   Cemetery   Isolation Hospital   Fire Department   Municipal Buildings   Ambulance   School Building and equipment..  Real Estate acquired by the City  Bonus Account......   $   102 90  10,414 71  10,763 15  6,124 40  16,887 55  453 15  522 50  303 96  52,002 24  46,022 53  2,952 31  420 31  3,991 63  4,741 12  ��61 90  11,052 49  7,701 02  2,130 00  $160,360 32  Certified as part of my report, dated January 11th, 1909.   W, E. HODGES, Auditor.  Greenwood, B.C., January Uth, 1909.  ' To His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen  oi* the City of Greenwood, B.C,  Gentlemen:���Herewith I present the annual financial statement for 1908 consisting of:  > General Revenue Account,  Receipts and Expenditure Account,  School Receipts and Expenditure Account,  Balance Sheet as at December 31st,-1908.  The General Revenue Account shows a debit balance of $6,267.80 which by excluding the depreciation   charge of  I $5,126.32, leaves a deficit of $1,141.48 which means that tbe levy was this amount short of the requirements, even  if all  laxea had been paid in full.   I am of the opinion that in order to reduce the present  Indebtedness of the City, the in-  conving Council must not only make a sufficient levy to cover all expenditure, but must make a reasonable allowance  [for unpaid taxes.  Special Rate and Sinking Fuud.   The General Revenue Account shows that the following was required for special  [ purposes:  For Debenture Interest : $   5,103 59  For Sinking Fund 5,229 61  The amount collected for taxes was $10,005.95 of which 14/24 was for Special Rate, equals  leaving a shortage of collections for special purposes of   The City paid the following on Accont of Special Fund:  Debenture Interest   Deposits in Sinking Fund _ 1   $10,333 20  5,836 80  $4,496 40  5,103 59  4,575 96  The collections for Special Rate as above were..  $9,679 55  5,836 80  $3,842 75  amount required  which shows that the City deposited this amount of $3,842 75 in"to the  Sinking Fund out of the General Funds.  In addition to the above the Balance Sheet shows that the Sinking Fund is $1,941.19 short of the  by the By-laws.  I certify that I have examined the books and vouchers of the City for the year 1908 and that subject to the above  remarks, the above balance sheet is, in my opinion, properly drawn sd as to exhibit the true financial position of the  \ City as shown by the books at the date thereof. W. E. HODGES, Chartered Accountant.  Subscribe for The Times  $2,00 a Year  SPOOK PHOTOG.iAPHS.  Archdeacon     Exhibits     Pictures     of  Ghosts  Which   He  Took  Himself.  Archdeacon Colley, rector of Stock-  Ion, ��� Warwickshire, England, at the  cldse of a sermon on spiritualism at  Manchester recently exhibited a series of what he called spirit photographs.  One of them taken in March last  outside his residence, showed tlie  archdeacon's mother, who died fifty  years ago, and his father, who died  in 1891, aged 81. The mother was  never photographed during life, but  her likeness had been recognized by  hundreds in Leamington.  In :i second photograph, taken lialf  a minute afterward,, the father and  mother had changed places, and th?  archdeacon deduces from this a double parental blessing on what he calls  his anti-Sadducee work.  "S venteen years in the Inciter  life." said the archdeacon. "appe:iT tn  work for making my father in tht��  spirit photograph look sotnewh-V  vouit'.'nr than in the negative T took ��..'  '���iii three years before he departed  this H.'e."  Another'print shown looked, ns fi  ���irehdeacon said, like a psyehie fus  but in the midst of the bl-iek blotc'<  ooultl be clearly deciphered some :ir-  chfie Greek characters, und nroiHH*  thfit' in ten concentric lines some *"i  ��:-r> eoTJicnl writing which, the nreh-  dr;icon said, contained a ��>n<s<^'r-  frnm n friend who had been <1"(] for  twenty-five years. The Greek oluino  tors, intsrpreted by Sir Oliver Lodge  wore a auotation from St. Luke, e'lit)  ter 17, 4th and 5th verses, but peven  wr��-da  were missing.  "This photograph, or, rather. n��v-  ehoernph. w-as taken," said tb<�� nron-  dencon. "without a camera. I went  to n friend's house and took out thr.?-*  nMes and put them into envel^nrs.  T initialed them, sealed them, and r>  tain"*1. possession of them in r.:,y  hm-ds. OT1r' no soul touched them. I  took one plate bet-ween the nnl'v<? o4  my hands, my friend cl^sneH nr  hands and a lady placed her linn-la  above and below his. My friend then  went into a trance. In a short time  he said: "They are -writing."  MORRIS' HOME FOR SAl E.  Residence   of   Poet-Artist-Philosophe  May Become Museum.  "The-Winns," at Walthamstow, tin  home of William Morris during man:  of his early manhood years, is ir:  the market. And those who love the  memory of the grand old poet, master-  craftsman, and sociologist,, are agi  taking for its acquisition as a public  museum, or for Borne other public  purpose. From the "Water House,"  as it was alternatively known, Morris'  went out on his university career,  and to it he returned in later yearr.  MOBBIS' OLD HOME-  when his education had been completed. In the neighborhood of that  part of Essex a good many of his  childhood ' years were spent, for he  has himself written that he was "born  and bred in the neighborhood," and  often boasted that he knew it yard  by yard. At Walthamstow, also, he  went to the ladies who commenced  his education, preparing him for  Marlborough and Oxford. "The  Winns" is a fine square, brick-built  mansion, wth noble, bow front at each  side of the edifice, having three -windows in each lo admit light to the  magnificent rooms. "Water House,"  as he sometimes called, it in later  life, had at the back a moat of great  width, from which it took the name  by which it was best known to the  villagers.  A Grossmith Joke.  Mr. Edmund Payne, the popular  London comedian, who is at present  touring the provinces in "The Girls ot  Gottenberg," confesses that Mr. Geo.  Grossmith and he are always playing  practical jokes on one another. The  following amusing story tells how  George once got "his own back." "He  crept up to my dressing-room when I  was off the stage for a time," says  Mr. Payne, "and in an excellent imitation of the call-boy's voice gave me  my cue. and told me they were waiting. Without the slightest suspicion  in my mind, I rushed on to the stage  and began to deliver my lines with  great gusto, when I discovered that  I. was in the midst of a touching love  scene. The audience tittered, and, to  complete my embarrassment, who  should appear at tlie side of the scene,  with o Mephistophelean grin upon his  face, but Gsorge, beckoning me and  very audibly calling 'Payne !' "  Indian   Prince   a   Hero.  The frreat floods in Allahabad, India, destroyed the southern half of  Calcutta. Twelve hundred lives were  lost. ,        ,   ,  The Nizam of Hyderabad and his  ministers and officials displayed  splendid heroism, saving lives at personal risk and visiting and consoling  the desolate. Splendid rescue and relief works have been organized successfully. Thousands have been  clothed and fed at the state's expense.  The Nizam has given $200,000 for  relief work. The Viceroy has contributed $1,000. The Prince of Wales has  telegraphed his sympathy.  Sir Douglas Straight to Retire.  It has been announced that Sir  Douglas Straight, who has been editor  of The Pall Mall Gazette since 1896.  will retire in March next. His retirement is due to medical advice and  the desire to rest after an exceptionally busy life. He is 64 years old,  and wi'f formerly a leader at the bar,  and later an  Indian judge.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate ia roca.  and instrumental music, U prepared t��  receive pupils ia piano, ���cgaa au����  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Groan wood, Msmiaj,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Ttiisy an* Saturday. For terms and farther murtie*-  lars apply *>t room 34, Pacific Hotel.  ClTSAlffl^^  RAIL W A Y  Royal Standard Flour  Every 49)b. sack of Royal Standard Flour leaving-  our mills contains a numbered coupon. On the last day of  each month 10 numbers will be drawn and published in the  first issue of this paper following-. To each one- holding  the duplicates of these  numbers, we will, upon return to  uSA0xTr,��e^!,1;.deJiv'er free of a11 charges to any address, a  HANDSOME CHINA DINNER SET of 109 pieces,  value $25 00, . H  nm &*}l particulars on the back of each coupon. BEGIN SAVING THEM TODAY.  REMEMBER We guarantee every sack of Royal  Standard fo be the purest, sweetest and most wholesome  bread flour on the market.    Manufactured only by  Vancouver; milling & grain co.. ltd.  Vancouver, B. C.  aiS*'i��il.-����"* �������">����'  E����  1  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  L  Wc will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cab  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910,  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Low Round Trip Rates to  ONTARIO,   OUEBEC   AND  MARITIME   PROVINCES  Tickets on sale December 1 to Dec. 31,  inclusive, g-ood to return within   three  months.  Tickets issued in  connection  Atlantic  Steannhip   business   will   be on   sple  from Nov. 21,and limited to five month*  from date of issue.  Finest EqulDment.    Standard  First  Class Sleeping and Tourist Care on all  Through Trains.  2 Through Express trains daily  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  Leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10,  making connections  at    Toronto   for   all  points east and west thereof  Apply to nearest C P.R. Agent lor fnll  information.  B.   *��.   BBDPATH.  AGENT  GREENWOOD  J. E Proctor. D.P.A, Calgary  Snyaopsis of Canadian 5ortb-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY even-numbered section' ��f Dominion  -cx Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan aa<  Alberta, excepting- 8 and 3t, not reserrad, may  be homestead*"! bv any persan who. la tha aole  head of a family, or any male aver It years nt  agv, ta the extent of one-quarter section *f lfO  acres, more ar less.  Application for entry must be made In perasn  by the applicant at a Dominion l>and A game  ar Snb-aKency for the district la which the land  Is situate. Cutry by proxy may, however, be  made at any Agency on certain condltieas by  the father mother, son, daurbter, brother ar  sister of an intending- homesteader.  Dcrias���1. At least six manU-is* realdaaae  ���eon aad cultivation of the land in each year  for th rue years.  3. A homesteader may, if he so desires, par  form the required residence daties by livlafoa  farmlar Ian* owned solely by him, not lean  thaa eig-bty tSO) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of his horn estead. He may alsa do so by living'  with father or mother, on certain Condition  jelat ewnerahlp iu land will not meet tbis : requirement.  3. A homesteader intending to perforn. his  residence duties In accordance with the above  while ltving with parents or cS farming land  owned by himself must uotlfy the Agent for the  district of such intention.  W. W. COBY,  Deputy of the Minister of the I aterLor  H. B.���TTnanUtorUed' publication of this ad  vertlsoment will nat be paid for.  MORTGAGE SALE.  TAKE NOTICK that under and by virtue of  a certain Mortgage from Fred Torest  Travis, which will be produced at the tin)**.of  sale, there will be offered fer sal* by public  auction by James S. Birnie, Deputy Sheriff, in  front of the Court flonse,at Greenwood, British  Columbia, on Wednesday, tba Twentieth day  of January, 1909, at Eleven o'clock la tbe fore  noon, the following valuable Residence Property in the City of Greenwood, B.C., namely:  Lot One in Block J, as shown nn Map Forty-  Six.  The property Is well located at the corner of  Mill and Gold Streets aud upon the lot U said  to be a large sad well built dwelling house.  For further particulars apply to  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Mortgagees' Solicitor,  Rendell Block. Greenwood, B.C.  Date.1 tbis 21st day of December. 1908.  NOTICE,  IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND REGISTRY  ACT. RE LOT 20. BLOCK 8, PLAN 21  CITY OF GREEN rVOOD.  WHEREAS proof of the loss of Certificate  of Title Number 125'* to the above me -  tioned lands, issned in the nameef Christopher  Wood, of the City of Greenwood ia the Cvunty  of Yale, has been filed in this office ; notlae It  hereby given that I shall at the expiration a'  one month from the dale of the firtt publication  hereof, issue a duplicate of said certificate of  title unless in the meantime valid objection ba  made ta me ia writing.  Dated at Land  Registry Office, Kaasleopi,  tbis 17th day of December, 190t.  W. H. KDMOMVB,   District  Registrar  BOVRI  the kitchen  economist  w  Much of the leftover food you re:  throw out can on turned i,.'.j trK-  cious dishes by the udJil!::n of *.  little Bovril.  It gives w;irm��fii-ovcr v.i ���::'s '.'.���.:  juiciness of the oH:ji::::.! coo!:'. i ..  It gives body and strength r ..-_-:  and gravies.  It gives a delicious, f--,r.- ��� " ': "  to cold meats aiu! 1::: >i>- ...  Every dayyoti will find I'cv. ':.'���  and an economy  ir.   v..ur ;.;. _',��������� ���,  Bovril contains the :.'.;*.-n^e, i..-.--.  and nutrient suhstasi .: of ��'v.: ���.-cry-  best beef. It frive>; .-'-cr.;-:":; r. r i  nourishment to the inv^!'-J,; J '���.'.*��� -  fulness and economy b y,.: croc: .  All good tfrocer:. sell D  no7nv.  1 *fcW��SJ'V ���j,  **��� -i^^-JX&-t*<ti!^>i*A}&^^  *^r*r*  IGWk  THE  BOUNDARY CREEiC TIMES  .^H^^^&s^?^?^?^?^^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^51^5^^3^  '1 ��� "���"'BIS    lll'Ttn  While you arc getting  a sack of  j   Purely Personal  a, ~��~~.  to  i  T  i  y  Have a look at our  Floor C loths  We have some splendid  Values in  Linoleums  AND  $  ft  I  4  I  id  Cloths  p  b  II  sls^ ��i?<m mm  t the thing  ass and  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  (greenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS  GFEENWOOD  NAP-  ANTISEPT1C  F. W. McLaine is oa a trip  Nelson.   "  Miss Moyer,  of Edtnonton. i s  at the Imperial.  John   D.   Calder   went up   to  Phoenix yesterday.  J  P. Flood, of   Phoenix,    was  ia town yesterday.  J. P. Leonard, of Republic,was  ai the Imperial on Tuesday.  Chief Constable Bunbury has  taken the Elkins' residence.  A. N. Borton,Jof the Bell mine  management, is in the city.  F. E- Brown has returned from  a business trip to Spokane.  Blake Wilson, Nelson, J. C.  Hass, Spokane, are at the Imperial.  Surveyor Shaw and assistant  G. S. Meade, are surveying at  Westbridge.  Harry Hunter left Thursday  on a business trip to Wheatland,  N  Dakota.  Miss Tillie Graham has returned to her studies at Brunot Hall,  Spokane.  Howard Moore has taken a position at the block with P. Burns  &Co.     .  Howard Moore vvith Mrs. Moore  and children are visiting at Grand  Forks,  D. v Whiteside, Barrister, cf  Grand Forks, was in town Wednesday.  Mrs. L. A. Smith.of Anaconda,  has returned from a three week's  visit to Spokane.  W. G. Smith, a well-known  Boundary mining man, is in  Greenwood this week.  9 Gen. Supt. McCartney, of the  B.C. Telephone Co., is inspecting  the lines of the Boundary.  D. R. Tait, of the Kettle Valley Fruit Lands Co., has returned  from a month's trip-to thfa East.  P. F.   Kei ^ u*drcih*tit, of  Beaverdell, was sIRtd-h- 4aa*ds  with his many friends in CrVeen-  wood this -week.  Hugh McGillivray is in from  the Bruce mine at Midway, and  reports the extensive development  work on that property as progressing favorably.  I. Crawfor'd went over to Rock  Creek on Wednesday where he  will conduct the mercantile business recently purchased from G.  O. Guise.  J. H. Methot. at o'ie time assistant to Collector McCutch ;oa  at the port of Greenwood, and  for some years in the statisical  branch at Ottawa, goes to take  charge of Myncaster custom's office; Deputy-collector A. B. Sow-  ter being transferred to the Statistical branch at the Federal Capital.  TOWN 2OTIC'o  1  A iarewe'l danc<.�� wa-- e-iven at,  the M'ifher Lode Thursday |  evening in honor of Mr. and!  Mrs. M. A. Lehner, when they]  we're presented bv their raanv j  friends with a beautiful cut-  glass -water set and berry bowl.  Mr. Lehner has been for the last  tea years in the employ of the!  B.C. Copper Company, dunn** the  past eitfVit he has bf-en mmajer j  of the Mother L��de store. Mr. j  Lehner is leaving: for Boyrls, ;  Wash., where he will conduct a  general supp'y store.  Floyd and Cox, dairymen, bave  bought the Eholt meadows.  The curling games for the  Warren cup are being played ibis  week.  S. Bubar has bought an imported Clydesdale stallion from Chester Charleton, of Bridesville.  Keep your feet warm by y raring Barclay & Co's felt Bo >ts7  Saturday and Monday, one-third  off.  The Greenwood hockey team is  scheduled to play the Grand  Forks' learn in that city this evening.  ^On Saturday evening the mush-  eaters will curl, the fish-eaters a  game for an oyster supper.  Barclay & Co. are giving ex-  cepiional bargains in Felt F >.ot-  wear.    33J# per cent off Satni day by the   six-piece   orchestra,   and  and Monday.  Raw, Cold  Wintry Days-  Masked Ball.  Monday evening's masked ball  given by the Auditorium C<\ was  the first entertainment of that  description held in Greenwood for  a long time, and was a decided  success financially and otherwise-*.  Visitors were present from Midway, Boundary Falls, Eholt and  Phoenix; the mus:c was supplied!  \rkmaaaXaVmatWamUSa^^ YffSiHSa,    .  Guess these last f ewdays have set you  thinking about your winter Overcoat.  Well ! we're ready for you with a  select stock, in the accepted styles  and beautiful cloth patterns. .  Our regular  Campbell's  Clothing  is good enough  for  any man, but if  you're in the   habit of ~getting your,  clothes made to order,our special or* '  der system   should   appeal   to ...you.  You'll get better made clothes,   with  more   style   and   at two-thirds   the .  price of your regular tailor. .:  Come iu and see our stock,   and let's  show you what we can do.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd'  The best preparation known for   removing   dirt,  grease, paint, ink and stains of all kinds.  Snap Saves You Money.  Because it is cheaper and better than soap.  Snap Saves You Work.  Because it cleanes quicker and easier than soap.  Snap Saves Your Hands,  Because it leaves them soft and clean.  If yon ever try Snap you will never be with ont it.  25 Cents a Tin.  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  n ts.  Card of Thanks,  To the Electors of Greenwood :  Ladies and Gentlemen : I take  this opportunity of sincerely thanking you for facing snch inclement  weuther to tender une the magnifi-  cant vote you did last Thnvsday.  Although defeated, I fully appreciate your kind support in my  humble effort to awaken public interest in our municipal government, and in conclusion beg to  disavow any prejudice over the result. I am sincere in my trnst  that my campaign motto : "To  work iu the interests of the electorate as a whole," shall be (to at  leafit some extent) incorporated in  the policy of your chief magistrate  for 1909.     John B. Desrosiers.  R".v Mr. Venables held ser.ice  at the Mother Lode last Sun*' ty,  aud at |Eholt on Wednesday evening.     I  A generous response should be  made, to the letter from Fa her  Bedard which appears ia ano.her  column.  The work of St. Jude's Guild  during the year past has been excellent, and the results most satisfactory, thanks to the cap-'ble  officers and the hearty co-operation of the members.  John D. Spence has returned  from Victoria where he was engaged with J. A. Macdonald,K.C.,  as counsel for the Kettle Valley  Railway Co. in its appeal against  the judgment obtained last spring  by C; A, S. At wood, formerly  of Greenwood, for$1.250damages  and costs for trespass by the K lil-  way Co. on Atwood's propert/ at  Grand Forks.  The appeal was successful and  Mr. Atwood!s action was dismissed by the full court which I:eld  that while Mr. Atwood was eu-  ���titled to compensation for his  land the railway company had not  committed a trespass and the  compensation should be fixed by  the arbitration to which the r lil-  way company offered to submit.  Prizes for attendance at St.  Jude's Sunday school were ore-  sented last Sunday during fc'iooI  by Rev. F. V. Venables, and v.-ere  awarded to the following schol vrs:  Senior class���Olive Bunting 1st;  George Redpath, 2nd ; II izel  Redpath, 3rd. Junior class���  Tom Taylor, 1st ; Dick Taylor,  2nd; Grace Redpath, 3rd. The  progress of the scholars has !'een  most satisfactory, and the su day  school well attended.  the costumes were so excellent  that the persons in mask were  quite unknown to even those who  were well acquainted with them.  Fred Mclnncs.' of Boundary  Falls, was manager of the floor,  while the judges were���R. C. G.  White, Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Dr.  Oppeuheimer.  Miss Ollie Roberts captured the  prize for the best-dressed lady ;  that for the, best-dressed gentlemen went to W. Melville, ot Midway, and George Clerf took the  honors for the best comic costume  St. Jude's Ladies' Guild.  'Tbe aunual business meetiugof  the Ladies' Guild of St. Jude's  church was h��ld on Tuesday afternoon when the following officers were elected for the ensuing  year:  Hon. l4res,���Mrs. F.V. Veuables.  President���Mrs. H. F. Stow.  Vice-Pres.���Mrs McAllister.  Sec.-Treas.���Miss Wilson.  Committee���rMesdames  Redpath,  Jenkins,Shaw; and Miss Fleming-  The first meeting for work will  be held on Tuesday next at 2.30  p.m., at the home of Mrs. McAllister.  Catd of Thanks  To THE ELECTORS OF THE ClTY OF  Greenwood:  Ladies aud Gentlemen���I take  this opportunity of thanking you  for your generous support in the  City.Election on the 14th, returning me as vou did. for the third  term as Mayor, I take this as an  endorsement of my past policy,  and I assure your that I shall always work for the benefit and  advancement of Greenwood as a  whole, Yours sincerely,  H. Bunting.  v  I  Does  Your  Ache ?  Head  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���lands,timber or min.  es���in British Columbia.  Address in first instance  with full purticulars���"Capital, " c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Vancouver,  Drop in, and leave it with us  as it will only cost you 25c to  get rid cf the Worst Headache you ever had.  I ..HI1 W-JEJ^V  mint        T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR ....  CLOTHES CLEANED,  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  �������"  ��������  Agent for the  Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  WHITE BROS.,  Druggists -  Opticians  ^���.x^.x^x^Xw>xK*>>t*'X'��x>��-t��'>: ������:���:���� ��<>����ift<>^��<H��ft��&��<*<,<<*-^MX,<'<'<>,5K>  =5f^^2^^^5^^T3WS^5^2^;  \l LAGER AND PORTER,  f GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,  I ALL KINDS OF  j, oARzONATED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES FOR FAMILY USE  i  Bottled and Draught Dser. Phone 138, Greenwood  I Phoenix Brewery Co., ^SreW/co 1  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  T.M. GULLEY & CO.  Are offering a special line ot  IRON BEOS AND BEDDING  At away down Prices.  Full size Bedsf strong and Durable, frorh S$5.50 to  $30.00  Mattresses in ten different grades and prices,  A fine line of new Dining Chairs and Rockers just  Opened up.  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  <*':. !  Phone 27  &^4��4*4��*^4,**>fr4'**4'^4'*4*4**4��4,4��'4��: �����$-.,:  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomecl 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.  MIMmiMWIiMM���i��������  J Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.*  4�� OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.     ; X  **- ���������'������:  * -������-'.���  O  BURNS  Ltd.!  ��  a  0  ��  B  0  ���  a  ��  a  ��  *  ��'  ��'  ��  ft  ft  a  ft.  *  ��  ft'  ��  a  ��  ..DEALERS IN ..  ������ .'���������.  ��� .��-.:  - . .-��"���  "'.      ������'.  ft  . ���*������'  -'-  ft  :  -ft  ft-,  ���ft  '     ft  t  . t  ���:i:.  e  ��� ���  '    *  ���    ��� ������:,:���  .    ' ���#.  ft*��*����afl����>��������PM0(i(rg����<i����i(<V4^.����*i��ft*#��a*������������f  Yresb and ��ured meats  Fisb and Poultry*  "V" -W*  \ Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  IF. C.  BUCKLESS  >-��������������� PROPRIETOR��� ���   Your  Will be attended to promptly  at this office   .    / 7   ; ,  This office is replete Ypfth everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  work being done with neatness and despatch  amamsamamiBasaamsim  H.M

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