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 W^T***  VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910.  No. 40  A Large Consignment of  AND  SUIT CASES  AT  Russcll-Law Caulfield Co.,Ltd.  GROCERIES.    CROCKERY,     HARDWARE,  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS.  ��� ."*      ovWirM  THE COMING  CITY COUNCIL  ���**U*S  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  ^g^^gf^^gg^^^g^^^^gS^mMaasaaaaaaaWaaaaaaaawaaaaaamalaaaaXaamaa^aya^  CHILDREN'S  GO-CARTS  In the newest and best styles.  Everything iii the Furniture Line.  T. ffl. Gulley & Co.  -:�����*>-���  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  <?  Get Ihe  Gopher Death will rid your farm  or garden of gophers and ground  squirrels. It is put up in boxes  each holding 1,400 tablets, and each  tablet means a dead gopher. The  tablets are sweetened and flavored  and the gophers   hunt   for them.  $1.25 Per Can.    By Mail, $1.45  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  .^^*MM^i^aBii^^HH^Bt��M.lidnHHBflHBflBflHBBAflHMiMk  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  ���^5&Street, Greenwood, B. C.  a-as-aaw*  .-!  GREENWOOD  CITY COUNCIL  The proposal to establish a  board of control for the administration of the city's affairs is one  which will meet with the approval of the great majority of  tbe rate payers. The inadequate-  ness aad shortcomings of the  aldermanic committee system are  admitted by most men, and by  none more frankly than tbe aldermen themselves. Many Canadian  and American cities have discarded our present system for that  of the commission, and in every  case it has proven satisfactory.  In not one instance bas there been  a reversion to the old method.  The commission does not wholly  displace the functions of the city  council. The difference between  the council and tbe proposed  board of control has been neatly  described as the one being legislative and the other administra~  tive in its functions.  The council acts as a board of  directors, while the commissioners are the executive heads which  do the work as joint general managers of the civic business.  Under this plan experienced and  able men may be secured to devote their entire time to the city's  business. Various plans have  been resorted to in order to prevent these commissions from taking to themselves autocratic powers. One way is to make them  elective by the people at large, a  member retiring at the end of a  given term of years. Thus there  are always experienced men in  touch with the work to carry it  on, Another way is for the council to appoint the members, some  from their own board, and others  from outsiders. We are not sure  this is a good plan. It is apt to  lead to logrolling in the council.  With the establishment of the  board of control a better class of  men will be attracted to the council, for then the time-consuming  routine of committees will be  abolished and membership in the  council will become what it should  be, a post of honor. Under our  present system it is a position of  unpaid drudgery with more faultfinding than praise attached to it.  The criticism of the council, it  will be noticed, almost invariably  arises from the alleged defects of  civic administration. With' a  board of control the council is relieved oi its administrative functions rand consequently of the  criticism which follows faulty execution. Jt is rare that the city  council is criticised for its legislative acts and it will be to this  branch of government its energies  will be restricted with a board of  control, consequently the position  will soon become one of distinction and dignity.  The City Council met on Monday  evening, the mayor and all the aldermen being present.  Moved by Alderman Sutherland,  seconded by Alderman Dixon, that  the minutes of the previous meeting  be adopted as read.    Passed.  The finance committee reported  the following accounts correct:  Greenwood City Water Works  Co., $123.85; Thomas Drug Co.,  $1.50; Hunter-Kendrick Co., $10;  J. L. White, $2.50; Kinney & McDonald, $14.73; Sing Luntr,  $2.35.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Buckless, that  the matter of improving the intake at  Providence creek be left with the committee.    Carried.  Moved by Alderman Sutherland,"  seconded by Alderman Dixon, that  the report of the finance committee  be accepted and the accounts be paid.  Carried.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman McKee, that the  pound be kept on Lot 12, Block 12,  and that T. Jenkins and W. G. Pond  be pound keepers.    Carried.  Bylaw No." 2 of 1910 was completed, which makes the cost of a  hotel license $400 for six months, and  for a wholesale license $150 for six  months.  Alderman Craig gave notice that at  the , next regular meeting he would  ask leave to introduce an Estimate bylaw and also a notice to introduco a  Rate bylaw, both for 1910.  Moved by Alderman Sater, seconded by Alderman Craig, that the  mayor be instructed to look into the  matter of sending Jas. J. Ennis to the  Old Men's Home at Kamloops. Carried.  On motion the council adjourned.  TELEGRAPH CHANGES  INFECTIOUS  Dr. Dickson, of Phoenix, comes  out with a very strong warning  to those residents, of Phoenix,  who may have diptheria or  measles in their families and have  failed to report the same to tbe  health officer, which in all cases  it is their imperative duty to do  so. A disregard of this notice  renders all liable to an action.  He reports diptheria and measles  prevalent at Phoenix, and strong  measures ate being taken to eradicate these epidemics.  Canon Medley, son of the former Metropolitan of Canada, died  in London on the 31st of May.  A change of C. P. Telegraph  agents has occurred at Greenwood. R. A. McCracker. ot Copper Cliff, Ontario, will take this  office succeeding Miss McArthur,  who is booked for the Vernon  office. It is certainly due this  young lady, an expression of the  general esteem felt for her, that  that during her term of office,  her invariable courtesy, happy  nature, and most expeditious  handling of our business in telegraph matters was the rule. We  trust, the change may insure for  her a new lot of friends, but we  doubt if any more appreciation of  her, can be dug up anywhere  than what she controls in Greenwood.  PHOENIX NOTES  Dr. R. A. Scott, will arrive in  Phoenix shortly and become associated with Dr. Dickson in his  professional duties.  Phoenix is planning to celebrate Dominion Day, under the  auspices of Fraternal order of  Eagles. Greenwood intends to  do the same, with this difference,  "we spoke first," and will rope in  Grand Forks and all other little  hamlets, between here and Nelson, we have so long been doing  the agreeable to outsiders, that  now we think, we will show the  trump card and have this our day.  It is coming to us. We have lots  of troubles and we want a change  off. Have our friends come in  with a glad hand and "your all  right old Greenwood," you have  given us a treat.  A wagon road is being built be-  tween New Denver and Roseberry,  THE CHURCHES  The following shows the trend of  feeling in regard to the union of the  churches as expressed by Principal  Patrick, of Toronto:  When asked as to the attitude and  sentiment of the people throughout  the country on the question of union  of the churches, Dr. Patrick declared  with very deliberate emphasis that the  union sentiment has made far more  rapid progress since 1902, when the  matter was broached at the Methodist  General Conference in Winnipeg,  than even the most sanguine advocate  of union could have anticipated.  ' The atmosphere in Canada today," he said, "is a union atmosphere. All the Protestant churches  are under the influence of the spjrit  of union. Not only the three  churches immediately concerned, but  the Baptist church, and, if possible,  even more the Anglican church, are  deeply and sympathetically interested,  and their sincere good wishes are a  sign of the spirit of Christian unity  in Canada.  "Then look at the attitude of the  Press. Hardly a newspaper of importance anywhere but has, in one  way or another, expressed itself as  friendly to the movement. I regard  the Press as representing in a very  significant way the great body of public opinion throughout Canada, and  my estimate of it is that it is far more  favorable than even the friends of  union have supposed."  TEN YEARS AGO  (From Boundary Creek Times of June 10,1900)  Archdeacon    Pentreath    paid  Greenwood a visit,  Thirteen cars of ore left today  for trail smelter, from the Boundary mines.  Joe Martin was hopelessly  beaten and Smith Curtis wins in  the election on Saturday last.  Lieutenant Blauchard a popular officer from Victoria, is reported wounded in the Boer war.  J. R. Miller, owner of the  Miller block, and his sister Miss  C. A. Miller are at the .Imperial  A C. P. R. party of railway  and smelter officials, visited  Greenwood on a tour of inspection.  Premier Laurier gave notice of  a bill to restrict the Chinese immigration, the tax to -be raised to  $100 per head.  SHOTGUN CLUB  The following is the score ot  the initial Meet of the Greenwood Shotgun club last  Sunday:  Shot at      Broke  R.J. Sanders  25 20  A. J^ogan  25 17  W. H. Lojfan  25 16  A. K. Braithewaite  25 15  A. J.  Logan  25 14  J.L.White  25 14  K, C. B. Frith  25 14  \V. Hazard  25 13  BOY SCOUTS  The Boy Scout organization  gives the boys a maximum of exercise, experience, discipline and  instruction, with a minimum of  the spirit of military aggression,  and for the boys it isn't a philosophy, but an unadulterated delight.  DEPORTED  E. V. Kinney, who is suspected  of having set on fire, Burdens  hotel, at Molson, has been deported to the States, and will  stand his trial at Molson,  REPORT ON  AGRICULTURE  The report.of Wm. G. Scott,  deputy minister of agriculture, contains much valuable information for  the fruit grower and shipper as regards the probable amount of fruit that  will be marketable this fall and the  range of prices for the same. In  speaking of the American production,  particularly of the Wenatchee valley,  he says it is enormous, and consequently that fruit must be very much  lower in price. In the Wenatchee  valley ;it the present time there is reported ready for the market 500 car  loads. The McPherson Fruit company there have been offered 100 cars  of mixed fruit on consignment by  fruit organizations in that valley, indicating the abundant crop, it is interesting to read some of the fruit  quotations. Peaches, 45c. per case;  prunes, 40c.; apples, No. 1, 80c,  No. 2, 65c. j cherries, 50c.  The report of the deputy minister  in regard to British Columbia will follow later.  C. P. R. Land Agent McLaine  has these reports on Fruit in his office  and anyone interested can refer to  them at any time.  AUTO DRIVE  IS ROCKIES  ST.COLUMBA  The parents of the scholars of  the Presbyterian Sunday school,  are requested to please note the  alteration of time for Sunday  school services, which during the  warm weather will take place at  10 a. m. sharp, instead of the  afternoon as formerly.  MASONIC  At the regular meeting ot  Greenwood Lodge, A. F. & A.  M., last week, Secretary J. S.  Birnie was given a '��� tangible  expression," of the good will and  esteem felt for him by all the  members, for his invaluable services to the lodge.  The British Columbia government is quietly carrying on u public work which gives promise of  being a magnet to attract tourist  traffic to the province. Under the  minister of public works an automobile road is being contjlructed  through the mountains, and the  best scenic portions of the province, which will,when completed,  reach' Vancouver. It is being  made sixty feet in width and of  solid macadam, winding around  mountain sides so as totnake ea,v  grades. The government has  hopes of the co-operation ol the  states immediately to the south,  and in a year or two automobile  trips through British Columbia  should be popular. With stopping places at convenient distances in the mountains and the  gorgous scenery unrivalled in the  world, the province certainly  offers attractions to the tourist of  an exceptional character. All  that keeps the tourist out at present is the lack of access to the  beauty spots.  MIDWAY DIFFICULTIES  The following telegram is self  explanatory:  Victoria, B. C, June 1.  To J. R. Jackson, Greeuwood:  R, G. Green has been Belected  as the government representative  in connection with the Midway &  Vernon arbitration. The matter  will be hastened as quickly as  possible.    Signed.  Richard McBride.  TRAINS AND MAILS  The C. P. R, passenger trains  now leave Greenwood for points  east at 12 noon, and for Midway  at 3 p. m. Mails close for the  east at 11:30, for the west at 2:15  and for the Great Northern at  6:30 p. m.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  UEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. S. WALKER, President I Paid-Up Capital, $1 0,000,000  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager | Reserve Fund,    -     6,000,000  /  Branches 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. u<  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  Sole Agents for Hot-Point Irons,  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  PHONE 9  -J.  r^Mi  -������/���"-  yy0��t&  /**VjKr  tv?  ^v-w  (j  ���>   ������  &i :��i ^M^nw^MdotfienBa-***^^
..Bank of
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.
Hon   President^!?K^^4^l;^vA, G. C. M. O.
Branches in London, Enj*. \$&™\IA£SL\ lew tort, Chicago.
Buy aud sell SwrtiuK E,cta«e and Cable transfers ; Gran, Commerca, au
Travellers' Credits, available iu any partfrf tne world.
Interest allowed at current rates.
Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager^
general expression of regret, and
voices in a fair and manly way
America's sentiments in regard to
the regrettable event:
"I believe it is the ardent wish
of every true American abroad
that Mr. Roosevelt cease to claim
to represent American ideas in
these foreign countries, and go
home to devote his time and attention to whatever private business he may have.
"Self-respecting Americans are
tired of seeing this self-advertising   individual    parading about,
also attending the firing of the
first gun of another gay and
festive round of jollification
among his American admirers.
Dr. Cook, of North Pole notoriety is missing. He is supposed
to be somewhere in Scotland,
which has been saked with a fine
tooth comb to locate him, but
without success.
74 Years In  Business
A Reserve
¥i r
Capital and  Reserve Over $7,000,000.
is as necessary for a
family   as   for   a
company.    The best
a family   is   a  snuy:  sum
A new issue of Dominion bills,
^800,000,   6  per cent., is offered
the Canadian Bank of Commerce
,       '! and Lloyds.    The bankers on the
claiming   to   represent, a  demo!
° , ,    .      Canadian board are Messrs.   Kae,
cratic uation, while seeking to in- •
,.    Hodges   and Munday, of British
eratiate himself in undemocratic
b .      I Columbta.
ways   with   the   representative?
. Sir.Wilfrid Laurier has received
a formal protest from the British
colonial office anent immigration
regulations. Particular objection is taken to the clause pertaining to the possession of cash
upon landing in Canada. It is a
rare occurrance for the British
government to take such action
respecting regulations of colonial
administrations, and the tenor of
the protest must commend itself
for a sober second thought on the
part of Canada.
a  snug
now  in. the
Reserve Fund for
money iu a strong Bar.!;.
I'.egin   vour  Savings   Account
Bank of IiriLiali North America.
Deposits of Si.oo and upwards received and
Interest compounded at highest current rates.
Greenwood Pr'aneWI?.  A. CHESTER, Manager,
of monarchies and empires.
•'Americans who love their
country and belieye in republican
institutions are shocked and outraged to hear this supposed representative of republicanism
preaching the domination and oppression of subject states, and advocating an imperialism more
severe than even the representatives of an empire would dare
publicly to avow."
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I'. I"). V.ox
v.triking since tli<v world began.
" ProviflrTire, Incorporated." a«
a Danish emigrant h*is nicknamed
this r-nrticuhir railway compauy,
provided fi'ir only ft certain number of these farms, and they were
snapped up immediately. Letters
of inquiry came from all parts of
the world wliere Britishers were
settled, as well as from Canadians
and Americans—the latter by the
score. However, Sir Thomas
Sh:ui','hnesr..y ruled that such
were not eligible, as the project
was primarily intended to stimulate imperialism and to attract a
superior class of immigrants from
Great Britain.
"The applicant for one  of the
transfer draying j ready-mack farms must be a mar-
Furniture Moviasr a Specialty.      Iriediuau   and   have a family; he
Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store
H. W. FARMER & CO.,       |
K'.;CK   CKKKK,   ]'.. C. ;
must have had farming experience; be must possess sufficient
funds to transport himself and
family to Alberta.
"But   he  isn't   turned  out  on
raw  land   in   a  strange country
among new conditions and left to
shift for himself.  Because he isn't
Meets every Tuesday Kveninn at sou in *.lie i freated in this manner it   is nrov-
I. O. O. V. Hall.    A  cordial iiivl tation is ex  j ■*ulLU  "* lnt* ui.■.*.■ Jii-i   il    im pruv
tended lo all sojourniuir brethren.
:;. g. v. <;.
AUU'.RT I.Oi'.AX, Hew Sec.
Fighter Johnson and his manager are at Loggerheads. "Little"
says that if Johnson don't pay
more attention to training and
less to hikeing about the couutry
in his auto, he is going to quit
having anything to do with  him.
Regina thinks it is time to
change the tactics of the city
council aud adopt a board of control lo consist of the mayor and
two other numbers. This is a
good move and appeals to all sections of our country, It must
certainly be an improvement upon
present workings.
A. thousand dollars iu gold, a
parting gift made to Pastor Hill,
of Mount Pleasant Methodist
church congregation, was a farewell token from that organization. "It was not too hard to
lake," Just like money from
The London Times warns
Roosevelt that he need not be
surprised, should unpleasant manifestations occur, due to sensitiveness, resulting from Ins late crit-
isions of Britains policy. The
London Leader clubs' him the
greatest of modern sentimentalists.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold
oa a guarantee that if you are uot 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
The merchant, who can't think
of anything to advertise is a dead
one, and doesn't know it is funeral
An Impossible thine1 t° find, a pias
ter equalled to "The D. & L." Meuthol
and it is being imitated. Get the genuine. For side aches, backaches,
stitches, nothing equals it. Made by
Davis & Lawrence Co,
The Fountain Head of Life
Is The Stomach
A man who has a weak and impaired stomach and who dots not
properly digest his food will soon find that his blood has become
weak and impoverished, and that his whole body h improperly-and
insufficiently nourished. '
makes the stomach strong, promotes the flow of
digestive juices, restores the Most appetite, makes
assimilation   perfect,  Invigorates    the    liver   and
£?"*'£* US!" et",ilhea tbe b,ootf-  't Is the great blood-maker,
flesh.bnllder and restorative nerve  tonic.   It makes men ,„
strong in  body, active  la  mind  and cool la. Judgement. /< )..
-hHliS, ''D}scov(ery" \a I ?ure\ "ff**" e.xtract ot Ameriwo medical roots,
absolutely free from alcohol and all injurious, habit-forming dniiSs. All its
ingredients are printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret
nostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the schools of
medicine. Don t accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-Droven
remedy op known composition. Ask your neighbors. They must know of
many cures made by it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood.
World s Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo N Y
Electric current supplied for Power, Lighting,
' Heating and  Ventilating.     Power furnished
for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with
absolute guarantee of continuous power service
Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money
Wonder if it is because men get
into heaven by such a close shave
that none of the pictures show
angels with whiskers.
No. 38. I.O. 0. F.
Boundary Creek Times
Issued Suesrv f rlilav
Pus  YEJ.K          2«l
Six Wonthh         1 -S
TO   FOUtlOK  CftCNTKIKS.     2   ',(1
'    ^M7^'~
KRIDA.V..IIJNE in, run.
There is nothing in it for u^ to
boost the C, ]'. K., hut an organization like the one already established that is proving such a godsend to tlie incoming settler freely
merits *. gc-Jinine expression of
the highest appieciation, and we
clip tlie following from the Toronto GloW:
''Here lucy are, 100 families
from old England, who have
journeyed 5.000 miles by steamer
and sleeping car to their new
homes on the ready-made farms
of the Canadian Pacific Railway
in the great irrigated districts of
Southern Alberta. Beholding
them, a Yankee recalls the coming of certain other sous and
daughters of old England in'tho
Mayflower, iu 1620, at tbe mercy It is very pleasant to note the
of the winds and waves, uuwel- manner in which the American
corned, to homes in a forbidding i press have taken to task and se-
wilderness. From the drama at [ verely criticized the late utter-
Plymouth to that of Strathmore,   ances   of Mr.   Roosevelt   at the
ing easy for the Canadian Pacific
to procure more applicants of the
right sort than it has ready-made
farms to offer.
"The one provision which is
insisted upon is thai the settler
shall have $2,000. This restriction is made so that otily the best
farmers will come. The company
does not want any except the
best, and it is having difficulty in
meeting tbe demands, even with
such n restriction.
"These Britons are being supplied by the Canadian Pacific
Railway with farms of from 80
to 100 acres, fenced, with 50 acres
iu crop, with a dwelling house
and stables; with a well, and with
all the tools required for operat.
ing tbe farm and with a perpetual
water right. The company does
all this-—not for nothing—because it wants lo get into western
Canada   some  of the  best of the
yeomanrv of Groat Britain
"Two years ago the ready-
made farm ideii occurred to the
mindoi Sir Thomas Shaughnessy.
The experiment is a fixed policy
now. The president of the road
decided to locate the farms in the
3,000,000-acre irrigation block in
the Bow River valley, which a few
years ago was wild land almost
entirely given over to unfenced
cattle ranges."
Jim Corbett is laying back to
challenge Johnson if he defeats
Teddy is getting tiresome
across the water. He better hike
for the land ot the free and the
Outside of Spokane, the incorporated sections have voted to go
"dry," by a overwhelming majority. 	
Amount realized from sale by
auction of Stewart city properties
was $270,000, held at Victoria on
May 31. 	
Three hundred bricklayers are
out on strike at Toronto. Lathers also are out, making a total
of 1,325 unitnployed.
Irascible Old Gent (to school
girl who has collided with him)
—" When you run into people like
that you should say: 'I beg vour
Girl—" There worn't no need,
I heard what you said."—Sydney
Proper attention to the hair
and scalp is the best preventive
of baldness. An occasional application of Bearine Hair Pomade keeps the scalp in healthy
condition. It nourishes the
hair folicles and supplements
the natural oil of the head.
Bearine not only prevents falling hair but stimulates new
growth. . 50 cts a jar at your
Great progress is reported in
work on mining properties at
Portland Canal.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency
and invigorate the whole system. Sold
by all drug-gists and dealers.
Rev. A. Hall, of Durban, South
Africa, delivered the address at
the local celebration at Vancouver
of the South African union.
A. Leith a very wealthy lumberman, of Cranbrook, dropped
dead immediately upon returning
from a motor ride on May 30.
Divers have succeeded in placing a second chain around the
submerged French submarine
Pluvoiso, and a successful raise
is anticipated.
Gertrude Hoffman, Salome dancer, sailed from New York tor
Europe lately, carrying a engagement contract amountiner to
$130,000, with her.
The actress Ethel Barrymorc
and other stage celebrities have
negotiated for a private box at
the Jeffries-Johnson fight. Their
wish has been granted.
To CURE Any Headache
in shortest possible time, and in such
a way as to help and not injure the
health use " Mathieu's Nervine Powders." Thev are Safe, Simple, Sure.
Sold by all dealers 25c. per box—box
contains 18 powders. 1-5-0
Toronto bakers have come down
in the price of bread.
Thirty thousand dollars has
been offered as a prize for a flight
by aeroplane from New York to
St. Louis.
A simple effective remedy for many little
ills as well as some that are not considered
little: A compound with a Vaseline base, in
conjunction with Japanese Menthol and
otherdrucsinakintrau efficacious remedy for
Sore Throat,.
Burns, Bruises.
Strains. Sprains,
as well as for Tnscct Bites, Cuts, etc.
Just tlie thine for campers, hunters, as
well as for those that stay at home.
2Sc a box.
PAVrS & I.AWRK>:C1J, Montreal
Pacific Hotel
Gkirg & Morrison, Prop.
The Pacific is the Headquarters
for Commercial and Mining Men
Is steam-heated, electric lighted;
the rooms are large and cosy.
fhe Best Cuisine between
Winnipeg and the Coast.
•$♦ 4» «4» •!• »fc •$• •$» 'f* •!*
Soynopsis of Canadian North-West
A Money-Back Hair Grower
and Dandruff Cure
Prom Constantnople comes the
intelligence, that 50,000 Volunteers in the district of Koela,
have undertaken to bear arms in
the event of war with Greece.
from the Mayflower to the  Emp
ress of Britain—the immigrations
of men have seen  no  contrast so
Gild Hall, London, speech. The
following from the pen of William R. Hearst, is,   we   trust, the
Vancouver council passed a bylaw providing for a board of control of city affairs, this will
be shortly submitted to the rate
payers for dissent or approval.
Teddy Junior's wedding takes
place at an earily date in New
York. This will probably necessitate Teddy Senior and family
Treking   accross   the  pond and
Read what Mrs. H. Lawrence, 158 W.
17th Street, Holland, Mich., writes
about the marvelous results obtained
from the use Parisian Sage, the delightful hair tonic, which is now on
sale all oyer Canada.
"For several months my hair had
been falling out, and dandruff also appeared. I used some so called hair
tonics and renewers, but never received
any relief from the scalp disease until
I procured Parisian Sag-e, and used it
for about two weeks. Parisian Sage
made the hair stop falling out, and
caused it to grow in quite heavily,
stopped the dandruff, and made the
scalp cool, clean, and comfortable. It
also leaves the hair silky, and does not
make it stiff or. sticky. I endorse the
use of Parisian Sage. It is all right."
—October 30, 1908.
J. L. White is the agent for Parisian
Sage in Greeuwood and he thinks so
well of it that he guarantees it to cure
dandruff, stop falling or splitting hair
or itching of scalp, in two weeks, or
money back. It will make any woman's oair soft and luxuriant in a few
days. Price 50"cent* a large bottle at
J. S. White's, or direct, all charges
prepaid, from the Canadian makers,
the Giroux Mfg. Co., Fort Erie, Ont.
J. L. WHITE, Druggist.
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 or Yale DUtrict.
a.—The name, address and occupation of the
applicant. Wallace McKendry, of Anaconda,
in Yale District, rancher and sraeltennan.
b.—The name of the lake, stream or source,
is a small creek called Porter creek, ranniug-
westerly through a part of the applicant's
lands, aud linking- thereon.
c. The point of diversion. About 75 yard*
easterly from the applicant's bouse 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 pipes leading tharefrom.
f.—The premises on which the wat»r is to be
used (d scribe samel. Those portions of Lot
1015 and the north half of the southeast quarter
of Section 29, in Township 70, lying east of
Boundary creek, and tha 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 CroWa 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 on the 28th day of June, 1910.
k.—Give the names and addresses of any riparian proprietors or licensees wbo or whose
lands are likely to be affected by the proposed
works, either above or below tha outlet. Not
Greenwood, B. C.
I. H. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.
tn tut
Dealer in  all   kinds   of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,  Mouldings,
Windows, Doors,
Shingles,  Bricks,
Cement, Etc.
ANY available Tominion Lands withiu the
Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be
homesteaded by any person who is the sole head
of a family, or any male over IS years of age,
to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,
more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the loca
land office for the disrict in which the land is
situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be
made on certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to preform the
conditions connected there with under one of
the following pians;
1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the laud in each year for three
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  v]
in tbe vicinity of the land entered for,   the re
quirements as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence
pon farming land owned by him in the vicin
ity of his homestead,'the requirements as.to res
idence may be satisfied by residence upon the
said land.
Six months' notice in writingshould be given
to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ot
tawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal.—Coal mining rights may be leased fora
period of twenty-one years at an annual rental
of $J. per acre. Not more than 2,560acres shall
be leased to one individual or company. A royal ity at the rate of five cents per ton shall be
collected on the merchantable coal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N. B.—Unauthorized publication of this,; advertisement will not be paid for.
Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. fo
connect with Spokane train; and
at 2 p.m.  with Keremeos train.
J. McDonell.
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Certificate of lmprovents.
"Eholt," "Tanglefoot" and "Sovereign Fractional" Mineral Claims,, situate iu Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located:   In Skylark Camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I.C. JE. Shaw, ageut
for Fred Moser, Free Miners' Certificate
No. B26433, and John Zurfluh, Free Miners
Certificate No. B26485. intend, sixty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder
for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above
And  further take notice that action, under
Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 7th day of March. A. D. 1910.
C. JE. SHAW, B. L. S. S.
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In Wellington Camp. The property
known as The Golden Crown, with
plant and equipement now found thereon.
For terms and particulars apply to
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Brandon, Manitoba,
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I- THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  /*'���'-  4i>-  ���PPW  j MINES AND MINIGf  Ore shipments, from the Rossland-  Trail district for the year to May 1  were about 75,000 tons, Centre Star  leading with about 60,000 tons. Denial is made by A. J. McMillan of  the probable closing of the Le Roi  mk$&.    Sale of control of the Lethbridge  Collieries company is confirmed, the  purchaser being J. N. Greenshields,  I of Montreal, who probably represents  the Grand Trunk Pacific railway.  Nearly half a million dollars will be  spent in development.  Ikeda and more will be put on as development demands. The property  is equipped with an InKersoll-Rand 6-  drill capacity air compressor.  Stock fluctuations have had no effect  on the production nor upon the policy of the Gr<tnby company, the production being around 7,5,000 tons per  week, and Superintendent O. B.  Smith continuing the general policy as  |> to development as formerly. The  total production for the year to the  end of April wac.426,000 tons of ore.  At Republic,   Wash.,   the mining  industry  was  never better, never so  (.promising,   and never,so satisfactory  tn the  parties  and   people who have  invested their capital in this industry  us it is today in  Ferry county, Wash.  The ore at the - Lone Pine-Surprise  and Pearl are still producing at fabulous values.    The Ben Hur, in close  ' proximity to the Pearl group, is yielding a large amount of high grade ore.  , The pressing need of this camp is a  [smelter,   which will of necessity be-  [come an established fact,in the near  ^future.    The Nicola Valley coal mine, of  [which S. J. Carleton is the manager,  [is shipping 500 tons of coal daily, and  when the Vancouver railroad is fin-  fished, together with the Kettle Valley  [railroad, which runs through the prop-  ferty, upon which construction will  [begin in June, the mine will ship  [1,500 tons daily.    This will give the  company access to the Boundary.  LThirty' men   are   employed on the  The important copper producing  circles are enjoying a better feeling  over the outlook for the red metal. It  is the claim of many that consumption  is not only now in keeping with the  production, but that it is steadily increasing. In this connection is the  interesting assertion that a rapid exhaustion is taking place in the so-  called "invisible supply" in Europe,  these private stocks having been  largely drawn on.during the past two  months. It would be a matter of surprise to many to know that the world's  surplus on May 1 was less" than it was  December 1, 1909. The real feature  of promise in the metal situation during the past year and a half has been  the growth of domestic consumption.  If you are not satisfied after using  aocording to directions two-thirds of it  bottle of Chariiberlaiu'u 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.  RECORD IMMIGRATION  The month of April shows a  record for incoming settlers to tbe  Dominion, as there were 50,000  from Europe and 20,000 from the  United States.  We recommend Ferrovim, the invigorating tonic, to elderly people whose  strength is beginning to wane, and  who suffer frequently from attacks of  sudden ezhaustion, chilliness, weak  heart action, etc. Ferrovim contains  fresh lean beef, Citrate of Iron, and  pure old Spanish Sherry Wine. $1.00  per bottle.  QUICK TIME  A letter mailed at Glasgow,  Scotland, on the 21st of May, was  received at Saskatoon, Alberta,  in just nine days and 15 hours  from office to office.  Bearine feeds the dry and unhealthy  scalp, softens and gives vim to the  hair.   50c. a jar.  IN THE  ARGO  AND  LIMITED.  25 Cents a Share  Capital-Stock $125,000, Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each.  A  NOW-PERSONAL LIABILITY  -**  Now running a tunnel (in 300 feet)  under, valuable claims adjoining  Greeiiwood Townsite  on  Skylark Mountain,  A LOFSTAD, A. S. BLACK,  President. Secretary.  MODS PEOPL  BY FANNIE MLOTHROP  Photo by Notuiuu, MuuUSll  ROBERT GILLESPIE REID  The Uncrowned Czar ot Newfoundland.  Tha laiKMt landowner in the world, a short time ago, was Robert G. Reid  tfao Cror of Newfoundland, who owned one-sixth of the island which is nearly as  large as England, and held the welfare of the colony with its two hundred thousand  people, in tae hollow of his hand. A most remarkable and romantic story is the  history of this man of Monte Cristo dreams. Unparalleled concessions and monopolies came to him from a people who practically mortgaged their island for his  ready money and help in hours ot need, aud in recognition oi his saving tlie country  in its emergency they made him an uncrowned autocrat.  Born in Coupar, Angus, Scotland, sixty-three years ago, he went as a young  man to Australia in the gold-fever days, and while there built some public works  and acquired the foundation of his knowledge of constructing and contracting  which lad to his great fortune. In. 1871 he came to America and made his first  hit in engineering work with his splendid bridge over the Niagara river. Then  he bridged the Rio Grande, and won a national reputation for a long string of other  engineering triumphs. Bold, audacious aad resourceful, he performed impossible  work with a certainty and ease that were appalling. He went into railroad work  and whatever his hand touched blossomed into success. One of the most difficult  sections of the Canadian Pacific Railway was entrusted to him, and the obstacles  that Nature had put in his way were brushed aside as if they were cobwebs.  In 1890 came the dawn of his greatest success. Newfoundland was nearly  bankrupt. > This colony with ambition was struggling -with political corruption  complicated with chaotic chicanery and mismanagement. The government was  crying for a railroad���Steel tracks through the wilderness. They made a proposition to Reid to build 200 miles: this he did and did it well. Three years later they  called on him again for more building; they had little money but they had land  privileges, concessions, franchises, rights and monopolies���these were placed on  a silver platter which they implored Reid to accept. In later emergencies lie repeatedly came to their rescue till the books of his wealth showed to his credit 7,000  square miles of the most arable sections, forest areas, mineral, belts, lakos and rivers,  the railways of the cole-fry, its telegraph system. 8,000 miles of coast docks, and other  monopolies too lengthy to catalogue.  He did great things for the people and the country, but despite his enterprise,  hi3 generosity, his kindly rule and his wise administration, and that of hi.s thrre  sons while he was absent, the grumbling of the people; sw-IInl into rebellion. ..;itl  four years, ago his power was greatly lessened by the Bond regims.  IJ.tWWlfcCcoi^liiEIo Ac: of tiki 1 il I anient i f fa. aila, l:i t!l   jenr IWIS. by W. V. Mirk, al till, I)    ar n-.rr.t r.f A;-: .; Ua:t  THE POSEUR  I detest the man who poses, who in  every act discloses his conviction that  he's bigger than the biggest star that  shines; for the real big man is modest,  while the fakir's built of sawdust, and  you'll never see a posing gent who's  strictly genuine. I have watched the  modern lion with admirers round him  sighin', and I longed to swat him  gently with a length of garden hose,  as he glared at silly lasses through his  oriental glasses, while his hair was  dangling round him till it nearly reached his toes. I have heard a genius  stammer till it gave me katzenjammer,  and he made his speech eccentric as  an advertising scheme; and I've heard  about another who insisted that he' d  smother if he wore a hat���so, lidless  he went round, as in a dream. Canst  imagine John H. Milton, (he whose  loud, immortal liftin' fixed his name  upon the ages) posing like a circus  freak? Can you see the bard of Avon  try an audience to spavin by reciting  his own verses and his dramas by the  week? Modesty is most majestic;  it's a virtue quite domestic, but it's  worth our cultivation, whether great  or half-way great; whether we are  clerks or writers, alchemists or seers  or fighters; and the man who always  poies may be written down a skate.���  Walt Mason.  WANTED A CHANGE  In a small California town a  drummer brought the hotel porter  up to his room with his angry  storming,  "Want your room changed,  mister?" polite! v queried the porter.  "Room changed, no!" fumed  the drummer. "It's the fleas that  I object to, that's all."  " Mrs. Leary," shouted the porter to the landlady down below,  "the gent in No. 11 is satisfied  with his room, but he wants the  fleas changed."  RIGHT IN HIS LINE  "It cured me," or " It saved the life  of my child," are the expressions you  hear every day about Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  This is true the world over where this  valuable reniedy 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.  The time to stop advertising is  when you are ready to close up  your business.  " Let us not waste our time,"  yelled the temperance lecturer.  "Let us not waste our time in  dealing with small saloons and  beer shops. Let us go to the  fountain head. Let us go to the  brewery, my friends."  "All right, boss,"chimed in an  old soaker from a back seat. "I'm  with you."���Tit-Bits.  THE GOOD OLD RULE  " Young man," said the stern  parent, "J devoted my life to  business. You are devoting yours  to pleasure."  "Well," replied the flippant  youth, " that's the good old rule,  business before pleasure."  Invest 25c. in a box of Davis' Menthol Salve and be prepared for u'cers,  neuralgia, old sores, etc.  Advertising  multiplied.  is    salesmanship  AT THE CHURCHES  WOMEN'S WOES  Greenwood Women are Finding Relief at Last.  It does seem that women have more  than a fair share of the aches and paints  that afflict humanity; they must " keep  up," must attend to duties in spite of  constantly aching backs, or headaches,  dizzy spells, bearing-down pains; they  must stoop over when to stoop means  torture. They must walk and bend  and work with racking pains and many  aches from kidney ills. Kidneys cause  more suffering than any other organ of  the body. Keep the kidneys well and  health is easily maintained. Read of  a remedy for kidneys only that helps  and cures the kidneys.  Mrs. Edward Calwood, of 123 S. Harold  street, Fort William, Out., says:  "I suffered with dull, miserable  pains, soreness across my back and in  my sides, for months. They would  catch me so badly at times that I could  scarcely move around. The kidney .secretions had also been of a heavy color  aud contained a sediment. Then, I  would have dizzy spells, and altogether, felt generally run down. After  using a number of remedies without  finding relief, I learned of Booth's Kidney Pills and am pleased to say, found  them an excellent remedy. They have  relieyed me of the miserable pains and  soreness in my back, and have also  cured me of my other kidney trouble."  For sale ia Greenwood by J. L. White  Sold by dealers. Price 50 cents The  R, T. Booth Co., Ltd., Fort Erie, Ont.,  Sole Canadian Agents.  HY0ME  CURES,CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, ct  money hack.   Sold and guaranteed by  WATER   NOTICE  GERMANY'S BOOZE  The drink bill of Germany totals up $93,125,000 per annum.  That is twice the combined cost  of the army and navy, and five  times as much as the total outlay  for public elementary education.  In the wrestling match at Chicago on June 1st, Gotch won in  two straight falls, the first fall  in six and a quarter seconds after  starting.  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 of Yale District.  (a.) The name, address and occupation of  the applicant: The Consolidated Minim* &  Smelting Conpany of Canada,Limited, a Mining Company incorporated under the laws of  Canada, and whose Head Office is in the City of  Toronto in tlie Province of Ontario, and whose  registered office in the Province of British Columbia is at the City of Trail.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B2404Z  ib.) The name of the lake, stream or source  is a creek known as McCarren creek, which  arises iu Central'"amp and .runs westerly and  empties into Boundary creek about 1500 feet below Iioiindary Falls in the District of Yale.  c.j Tlie point of diversion: On Lot 3284,  at a point about 500 feet above Craigie's taw  mill on said creek.  (d.) The ([iiantity of water applied for, in  cubic led per second, is One.  i'e.;' The premises on which the water is to be  ur-ed is a poitiou of said Lot 3284 purchased  from the owner of the Lot for use as a site for  a Compressor plain.  (f.j Tlie purpise for which the water is to  Im used is mining.  i'g-) Tin-character"' tlie proposed works is  a mini; <1jhi witli a pipe line leading therefrom  to the Compressor station.  Ii.) If tla-water is to be used for powei or  mining | nrposes describe tlie place where the  place when- the water is to be returned to some  u.'tural channel, and tlie difference in altitude  between rlii�� point of diversion and point of re-  tiiru. 'I'll .- water is to be returned into McCar  r.-n ei.ek ;;i ,i point approximately 100 feet  :t'-ove Cmiirie's saw mill, and above intake of  ll.ime to -aul mill, and Ilie difference in alti-  tr. le between I ',:<��� p ,im of diversion and point  ol return Is :i|,,mu >.i |,.,.|.  i.) A lea . r fr.nen l.nnl lo be occupied by the  proposed works;    N,.i any.  ;.i.) Civ., ii,.. name- :,n,| addresses of ally riparian propi-ieoirs or licenses who, or whose  lands, au- lik.lv lo be ai'iecied by the proposed  works, either .-.Inve .,r below ihe outlet. D.J.  Mellon;,!,!, the pie-cmpinrof r.ot 32<4.  (Ii ) 'riiecapital nt tin* Applicant f'onipany  i.s *:.mI nun. oM.leil inin 75,001 shares of flu)  each, ami r>...552 shares of said capital stock are  paid up and Issued.  (1.; The following are cop'usnf such parts of  the Memorandum of Association of the Applicant as authorizes the proposed application  and works:  "To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, exchange, or fitherwi.se. such timber lands or  leases, limber claims, licenses to cut limber,  surface rights and rights of way, water rights  and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces for  siu-dtiug and treating ores, and refiniiltf metals, buildings, machinery, plant, or other real  or personal property as may be necessary for  or conducive to the proper earring out nf any  ef the objects of the Company."  "To construct, maintain, alter, make, work  and operate ou the property of the Company,  or on properly controlled by the Company, any  trails, roads, ways, tramwiiys for the conveyance of ores and other (foods of the Company,  bridges, and reservoirs, dams, Humes race and  other ways, water courses, aqueducts, wells,  wharves,- piers, furnaces, saw mills, crushing  works, smelling works. concentrating works,  hydraulic works, electrical works, and appliances, wareiiotise-. hiiildiuirs, machinery,  plant, stores and other works and conveniences  required by,or conducive to, auy ol the operations of the Company, ami to buy, sell, manufacture, and deal in all kinds of /foods, store",  ijnplemenls, provisions, chattels, and effects  required by the Company, or Its workmen or  servants."  (tn.)    This notice was posted  .-n the 18th day  of May, mo, and  application  will be made to  the Commissioner on the 23lltday of June, l'JIO.  THE CONSOLIDATED MINING & SMELTING COMPANY DF CANADA, LTD.  41 A. W. Davis, Supt. No. 7 Mine.  I. II. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.  WATER NOTICE  Lam-'; 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 fray disagreeable to use.  Sold by all druggists and dealers.  Good advertising and goad sense  are first cousins,  Mbthodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct services in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m,; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening.  7:30,  ZAItBUK  WEDTHISBMi  \  Mrs. M. Barrett,  6oa Morean St.,  Montreal, says:  "A horrid  rash came out all over my baby's lace and  spread until it had totally covered his scalp.  It was irritating and painful, and caused  the little one hours of suffering. We tried  soaps and powders and salves, but he got  no better. He refused his food, got quite  thin and worn, and was reduced to a very  serious condition. I was advised to try  Zam-Buk, and did so. It was wonderful  how it seemed to cool and ease the child's  burning, painful skin. Zam-Buk from the  very commencement seemed to go right to  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation grew less and less. Within a  few weeks my baby's skin was healed  completely. He has now not a trace of  rash, or eruption, or eczema, or burning  sore. Not only so, but cured of the tormenting skin trouble, he has improved in  general health."  Zam-Buk is sold at all stores and medicine vendors, 50c a box, or post free from Zam-Bulc Co.,  Toronto, for price, 6 boxes for $3.50. A certain cure  for all skin diseases, cuts, burns, etc., and for piles.  Application for Liquor License.  Take notice that I, Lewis K. Salter, of Spokane Hotel, Midway, intend to apply tothe  Superintendent of Police at the expiration of  one mouth from the dale hereof, for the re  newal of a retail liquor license forthe Spokane  Hotel, situated at Midway, H. C.  Dated this 14th day of Mav, 1910.  42 . L. E. SALTER.  NOTICE is hereby given, that thirty days  iafter date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lauds, situate in the Similkameen  district: Commencing at a post at the southwest corner of Lot 2,337, pre-emption, tbence  east eighty chains, thence north eighty chains,  thence west eighty chains, tliencc south eighty  chains to place of commencement,and containing 640 acres.  Dated Ibis 14th day of May. 1910.  D. A. MacDONALD, Locator.  II. Bunting, Agent.  TVTOTICE  Is hereby given  that an  applica-  .., r    tlon wil1  be made under part V. of the  Water Act,  1909." to obtain a license in the  Similkameen Division of Yale District.  (a.) The name,address and occupation of ihe  applicant. The Consolidated Mininir & Smelting Company of Canada, Limited, a Mining  Company incorporated under the laws of the  Dominion of Canada, and whose Head Office is  in the City of Toronto iu the I'm vine- of On-  tario, and whose registered office in the Province of British Columbia is at the city of Trail.  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1(24042.  (b.) The name of the lake, stream or source  is Boundary creek, a stream running through  the towns of Greenwood. Anacoudaaud Iioiindary Falls, and emptying into the Kettle river  at Midway, in the District of Yale.  (c.) The point of diversion is at the overflow of the dam of the Gieenwood Cilv Water  Works company, at Boundary Falls, aud which  dam is situate abou I 1200 feet above the Falls  on said creek; aud during such seasons of the  year as all water in the creek may be used by  said Water Works company (leaving none passing over said dam,, the point of dueision shall  be at a point on said creek immediately below  where the water used by 1 lie Greenwood City  Water Works company is ivtnrnni into said  creek.  (d.l The quantity of water applied for. iu  cubic feet per second, is Four.  'e.j The premises on which the water i-to  be used is a Mill Rite forming the southwest  part of Lot 4M, and lyinu' between the Columbia and Western Haihv.iv riVht nf way and  Boundary creek.  {[.) lutakes with pi|M- Mm-* le.ulius.' therefrom to the Applicant's L'niiceiiir.iior 011 s^iil  Mill Site, and pnnipitiir m.iiinp-. and pumps.  (if.) The purposes for which the water i- to  be used are Mining and Millini; jiui |.n;es, und  purposes incidental the-elo.  (Ii.) If the water is i.p be m><-d tor power or  milling purposes describe the place where me  water is lo be returned to -..one natural ch 111-  net. ami the difference iu altitude between ihe  point of diveis'on and point of retnra. The  water taken hi the overll uv of Hie ilam is to lw  returned Inio Iioiindary ere,;, aeon: !2(Ki f,.et  below Boundary Falls, ami the differeiiri- in  altitude between ihe point ��.f diver in and  point of return is about hW feet: the water  taken from Boundary creek below the point of  return of the (ireenwond City Water Works  Company's water is to be returned into .-mid  creek at practically the point of diversion, aud  there will be practically no difference in altitude between the |Miint of diversion and point  of return.  (i.) Area of Crown land to be occupied by  the proposed w<irks.    Not any.  j.'; Give Hie names and addresses of anv  riparian proprietors or licencees who nr whose  lands are likely to be affected bv the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet.    N'otie.  (k.) The capital of Ihe Consolidated Mining  Jt Smelting Company of Canada. Limited. Is  $7,500,000. divided into 7'\0M.ishare of jlul each,  and J3.S52 shares of sai.l 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 lands or  leases, timber claims, licenses to cut timber,  surface rights and rights of wav, water rights  and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces for  smelling and treating ores and refining metals,  buildings, machinery, plant, or other real or  personal property at may be necessary for or  conducive to the projwr carrviiignut of any of  the objects of the Company."  "Toconstrucl, maintain, alter, make, work  and operate 011 the property of the Company,  or on property controlled by t*hc Company.any  traiIt, roads, ways, tramways, for the conveyance of orct and other goods of the Company,  bridges, and reservoirs, dams, Humes, race and  other ways, water courses, aipieducts, wells,  wharves, piers, furnaces, saw mills, crushing  works, smelting works, concentrating works,  hydraulic works, electrical works, and appliance!, warehouses,buildings, machinery.plant,  stores and other works and conveniences re-  fpiired by or conducive to any of the operations  of the Company.and to buy, sell, manufacture,  and deal in all kinds of goods, stores, ituple,  mctitfi. 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 the28th day of June, lot-9.  THE CONSOLIDATED MINING & SMELT.  ING COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.  A. W. Davis, Supt. No. 7 Mine.  I. H. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.  WATER NOTICE  Phusbyterian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted morning- and  evening, 11 a. m. and ",30 p. in. Sun-  day School 2.30 p. ni. Rev. J. A.  Petrie, minister.  A business that is not worth  advertising is not worth running.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*.  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. BHnAKD, O. M. I.  pastor.  NOTICE is hereby given that thirty days  after date I intend to apply to the Hon.  the Chief Commlssioiierof Lands, for a license  to prospect for coal and jietrolcuni on the following described lands, situate in the Similkameen laud division of Yale District: Com  mencing at a post at the southeast corner of Lot  087, being also the southwest corner of Lot  1456s, thence west SO chaint, thence Miuth 80  chains, thence east 80 chains, thence north SO  chains to placeof commencement, ami containing 640 acres.  Dated this 18th day of May, 1910.  SPENCER KENKRMAN.  NOTICE Is hereby given that thirty days  after date I intend to apply to the Hon.  tke Chief Comminsioner of Lands, for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum ou the following described lands, situate iu the Similk.i-  meeii land division of the District of Vale:  Commencing at a postal the southeast corner  of Lot 687, being also the southwest corner of  Lot 145es, thence east SO chains, thence smith sti  chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north so  chains to the place of commencement, aud containing 640 acret.  Dated th-s ISth day o' Mav, 1110.  GEORGE 'iV. HUMBEKGKK.  Spencer Ilenerman. Agent.  NOTICE Is hereby given that, thirty days  after date, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal aud petroleum ou the following described lauds, situate in the Similkameen  district: Commencing at a post at Ilie southwest corner of Lot 2,537, pre-emption, thence  west eighty chain-, thence north eighty chains,  thence east eighty chains, thence south eighty  chains to place of commencement and containing MO acres.  Dated this 14lh dav of Mav. 1910.  E. T. WICKWIRE, Lccator.  If. Bunting, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given, 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 iu the Simiikanieeii  district: Commencing at a post at the south  west corner of Lot 2,3.17, preemption, thence  soutli forty chains, thence west one hundred  dred and si.vly chains, thence north forty  chains, thence east fine hundred and sixty  chains to place of commencement, and containing (i40acn s,  Dated this I4tli dav of Mav, 1910.  II. HUNTING. Locator.  NOTICE is hereby given, 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 Siniilkaiueen  district: Commencing at a post at the nortli-  we-t corner i>r Lot -121. pre-emption, thence  west eighty chain:., tbence south eighty chains,  tbeuce east eighty chains, thence north eighty  chains to place of Commencement, and contain-  ine M0 acres.  Dalad thi- -itU d:iv of May, l'lp).  I-:   T. WICKWIUE, Locator.  II. Hunting, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given  toat  thirty days  afterdate I intend to apply to  Hie  Hon.  theChief Commissioner of Lands, for a license  to prospect for coal  and oetroleuni  on  the billowing described lauds, situate iu   the Siniilka  meed land   division   of   Yale  District:   Com  menciag al  a post at the southeast corner of  Lot6S7, being also the southwest  corner of L��'t  1456s, thence east 80 chains, thence  north SO  Chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south .'0  chains to the place of commencement and containing 640 acres.  Dated this 18th dav of Mav. 1910.  WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS  Spencer lii-iiermau. Agent.  NOTICE   is  lien by   giwu. that   thirty days  after   ditte   I   intend   I"   apply    lo   the  Chief  Commissioner  "I Lauds  for a license t"  prospect for coal mid petroleum   on the follow  iug described hind-, sil ii.ile iu the Siiiiilkainecii  district:    Cotiinioiiciiig at a posi   at   the  south  east corner   of   Lot    (..IT,  pre-emption,   thence  south eighty chains, thence west eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains, thence east eighty  chains to place ol com inducement, and containing (.4<J acres  Dated this 1-ttli day ol May, 1910.  II. Limiting. Locator.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ������Nightingale Fractional " Mineral Claim, situate in the (I reeuwood Mining Division of  Yale District, Where located: In Skylark  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Edmund T. Wickwire, l-"nv Miner's certificate No. H2(xv<lo,  intend, sixty <lays from date hereof, to apply-  to tbe Mining Recorder fora Certificate of Improvements, fur the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further titltc notice that action under section 37, must Im: commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 251 Ii day of April, A. D. 1910.  42 ED.MCNDT. WICKWIRE.  Advertise in THE TIMES  NOTICE is hereby given that an application  will lie made under Part V, of the "Water  Act, 1909,"' to obtain  a  license iu ihe  Similka-   ,  meen Water Division of Yale District.  a.���The nam.,address,and occupation of the  Applicant: The Consolidated Mining .V Smelling Company ol Canada. Limited, a Mining  Company iocorporated tinder the laws of tin-  Dominion of Canada, anil whose Home Oflice  is in theCity of Toronto, iu the Province of  Ontario, rud whose registered oflice iu the Province of British Columbia is in the City of Trail.  Free Miner't Certilicate No. D24042  b.���Tbe name of the lake mreani or s.iiirce is  a creek known as .McCarren creek, which arises  iu Central Camp and runs westerly aud empties  into Uouddary creek about 15"d feet below  Boimdarv Falls, in the District of Yale.  c���The point of diversion Is on Lot 20K3, immediately above the Falls on said creek and  near where the Road from Iioiindary Falls to  liravard's ranch crosses ��aid creek.  d��� The quantity of water applied for, iu  cubic feet |��r second, is Four.  e.���The premises on which the water is to be  used is a Mill Site forming apart of Lot 42'J,  and lying between the Columbia and Western  Railway right of way and Iioiindary creek, on  the southwest part of Lot 429.  f.���The purposes for which the water is to be  used are Mining and Milling purposes, aud purposes incidental thereto.  g.���The character of the proposed works: A  dam vvith a pipe line leading therefrom tothe  Applicant's concentrator buibliiitr on saij Mill  Site.  h.���If the water is to In' used for power fir  mining purposes, describe the place wliere the  water is to be returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude betueen ihe point  of diversion and point of return. The water is  to be returned into Iioiindary creek about 1200  feet below Boundary Falls, and the difference  In altitude between the vrint of diver-ion and  point of return is about 250 feet.  i.~A rea tit Crown Laud to be octuioej l.y  tbe proposed warks.    Not anv.  j. -Give the names nml addresses ol auy riparian proprietors or licensees who, or whose  lands, are likelv lo be aliected by Hie propose,!  works, either above or b*ln\\ ihe outlet. Mark  Ch.isieiisoii. Lot 2'ls.i. Ib.uiiilary Fall-. II. C  Siduev T. Smith, firand Forks, Ii, C., Isaac N*.  Halleit, Lot 2721, Greenwood. II. <\. Robert  Wood. Lot .S21, Greenwood, II. C.  k. -The capital ol the Consolidated Mining &:  Smelting Company of Canada, Lirt ited, is  j7,.so0,0O0. divided into 75,000shares of f lDHeach,  .tiifl 5.1.552 shares of said Company are paid up  and issued.  I. The following are copies of such parts ol  cht Memorandum of Association of the Applicant as authorizes the proposal applical ion and  works;  "To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, exchange, or otherwise, such timber lands or  leases, timber claims. licenses to cut limber,  surface rights anil rights of wa\, water rights  and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces for  smelting and treating ores anil reiinliig metals.  buildings, mftchincr>. plant, or other real or  personal properly as ni.n lie necessary for or  conducive to the proper carrying out of ?.ny of  the objects of Ihe Company."  "To construct, maintain, alter, make, work  and <>i>eratc on the projierty of the Comp: ny -  or on projierty front roi led by the Company, any  trails, roads, ways, tramways, foi the i-oaver-  ance of fires ami other goods of the Company,  bridges, and reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and  other ways, water courses, aiiueducts, wells,  wharves, piers, furnaces, saw mills, crushing  works, smelting works, concentrating works,  hydraulic works, electrical works ami appliances, warehouses,buildings, machinery, plaut  stores and other works and conveniences re-  tiutred by or conducive lo any of the o|>eraiifiiis  of the Company, and to buy, sell, manufacture  and deal ia all kinds of goods, stores, implements, orovisious, diattcls and effects required  by the Company or its workmen or servants.  m.���This notice was posted on the ISth day ef  Mav, 1910. and application will  be made  tothe  CommUsioner on tho28lh ilav of June, 1910.  TKE CONSOLIDATED MINING A SMELTING COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.  A. W.Davis. Supt. No. 7 Mi ue.  I. H. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.  M-'  y  ���c  .i   vK  ~%  r  -x  ����*-i .. .  -s  L vs..*?.��^KiK��*^^  &3��iiKfctotfii!^^  ��rza:*3ct��&vBi*,i1  ^JMtt^ra'S.*rxSBHU  THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  TE  I lie Furniture and Stove Man  Phone 16 Greenwood, B  C.  ���'.-���-  t  I  Do you want ��lit EtUjfelt initial note |  paper and envelopes to write your J  letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate it  vou  MINERAL ACT.  Ill ,  TKY THE  BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES  job Department  GOOD WORK.  FAIR PRICES  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  ! ������Albion" Mineral Claim,  situate in the. (Irceii-  ��� wood    Mining    Division  of   Yale   District.  ! Where   located:    On   James   creek,   Kettle  !        ri ver.  !���: NOTICE that I, John (lootling.  ree Miner's Certificate No. K14140, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply lo  ilie Mining Kecorder fora Certilicate of Improvement, lor ilie purpose of obtaining a  Crown dram of ilie above claim.  And   Inrihi-r  v.\Uv  uulifre  tiiat  action, under  St-cliou  37,   iiuisi   be   commenced   before    the  issuance of such   Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this mil ,|;,v of Miiv, A. I). 1910.  JOHN COOI'INi'..  TA K I  I'r  ADMINISTRATORS SALE BY TENDER  MINP.KAIv ACT  SKA I.l'.I) TI'.N'IIKRS. marked ������ Tenders for  Slt-phens Kaiu-ll," w iii In- rcetji veil by tin- uu-  tlersigin-il at the ofiici-til John I). Spence. bar-  ii- n-r, I ;p-i'ii u oi.il. Itriiisii Cnhmibia, tipioihe  r.llida> of .linn-, pi in. im.-tiisi\e. for ihe ihm-  cbasr   of   tin-   fulbi-.viiiir   bnnl,   miruely:    The  llorllle;|- I <|li:lrler ol" Section I .i. a nd tin- solllll-  va-.l tluMlter of Serlion 21, ill '1'owilsliip I,it,  Similk.-inns'ii (lornn-i I y Csuviios, Division of  \';ib- I t'r-ti ict. Iliiii^h l'obiin liia, containing J-'O  itcifs, niMi,- oi I,---, loitnerlv Uiiownas tin:  Kich.iol Sic|i!ii-tis ]ot-,>ni|ii ion.  'I he hiiMicsi or ;mv l.-intt-r not ncct-ssarily ;ic-  cepli-il. Sab' ���-111. i��'.-1 In III.- .lp|Tiif al of tin- Supreme roll I I.  Dated lib-. ,r>nl ilav of  M:n . 1'Mn.  w. j. sri.i'iiKNs,  Ailtiiiuieirator.  Application lor Liquor License  I.;ir-eti  i'    lf>  tin  evpir.ltioll  f Kock  ii pcriir  His  Certificate of Improvements  \t)Ti<:r..  ��� Morning  "star " Min.-inl Cl.iim. situate i  (Ireeiiwoo.l   Mining   l.'ivi-ifm  of  Vale  trict.    Wliere lo. rited:    About   tlireo  miles  west ol tin- Arlington kikes.  ^AKI". NOTICE Thai I.I-'..   <".. Sniiih.   Free  .Miners'  Certilicat  sixty days from dan- lu-n-.  Mining   Kt corder fora Cei  nieiits.   for the put pose cf  ('.rant of the above claim.  And fur' XT take initio  Section 37... /st be contmei  auce of such Certil'n - " -���'"  Dated this 31st day  Take   iioiiee   that   I, K    'I  (beek. P.. C.  intend   lo   app  ten.lent nf Police, at the expiralioii ol one  iiioiitli from tin- dale hereof, for tin- renewal of  a retail lii|iior license for the Riverside Hotel,  Koch Creek. !'.   C.  Hated tIii-- 7th dav of   Mav. Pin.  SA .MIT III,  T. r.AKSKN,  41 Rock- Creek. I!. C,  TENTS!     TENTS!  '-p/  .\i  !  pi v   lo   the |       ^'"VY    Nui|niii-ui     jiim    i ri.ti v ��.��.���.        SCI?  e of iinprof-j tlie lino.    Tlie   O.   I.   C. store,   A.   E.  n" ii -,r a  I'ro'.vn  TX  New   shipment   just   received.  c lino.    The   O  ;.'hite, proprietor.  .f M '  l >ia L   :u"tn in, liu'ior  . -'. i���-f. :-e -be i--ne-  Oiil'i'.-'iCe-n !~.  ���11. A. II. ".'���;.I.  K. <",. SMITH.  I     Make use  of the   watil   ail.  column.  {It will do the work for you at less  cost  and be more effectual.  Miss Wilson will not receive  during the summer mouths.  Constable Pentecost, of Rock  Creek,   was  in town on Tuesday.  Dan McDonald has relumed to  town after a most pleasant outing  at tlie coast.  D.    Manchester,     formerly  native of  our  city, but know  of  Spokaue, is in the city,  Wm. Lawson, our old pioneer  prospector is at Midway, sizeing  up his properties there, with a  view of starting" up  work   again.  Constable Bray, of Phoenix, is  in the city. All these officers  seem to have a sneaking regard  for old Greenwood and must come  frequently.  Messrs. Madge and Walker,  ranchers of Bergen and Myncaster, are taking in tbe town, as  a change off for a few days from  ranch work.  Peter Jensen, one of our old  timers and formerly proprietor of  Vendome hotel, but now located  at Spokane, is with us for a few  days previous to a trip to Princeton.  The liquor license board at its  last meeting decided to restrict  the number of licenses to the following hotels: Imperial, Windsor, Pacific, Norden, and National.  Jack White, the druggist, has  gone of on a jaunt to Victoria  and Calgary. He expects to be  absent two months. In the  meantime his brother Curry from  Calgary, will carry on the business here.  Miss Brown, the millinery artist at Storks dry goods establishment intends to leave for olher  spheres, but is at present visiting  Mrs. Rendell at Eholt. Mrs.  Stork will for the present, attend  to the millinery department.  Midway coal mining is keeping alontr quietly and very satisfactorily. The present management are expediting matters, so  that at the earliest date, shipping  may start. When this becomes a  fact and tbe railway camps start  in, Midway will certainly hum.  A branch of an apple tree  loaded with fruit from a two  year old growth, is in view at  K. W. McLaitie's office. If this  kind of thiug is kept up, we will  have trees, planted in the spring,  Yielding fruit the same fall.  Yes, B. 0. is progressive allright,  No Hhepherd for the St. Jude's  Episcopal church has appeared,  and no definate word has been received to who will take the place  of Rev. Venables. In the meantime the flock is meatatlering  around among the other denominations, which makes a notice  able improvement in the numbei  of attendants in thes churches,  and they are made to feel heartilj  welcome.  R. C. Hyde, formerly of Greenwood, but new of Los Angles,  Calif., is renewing, acquaintances  in town. "It Is his intention to  make some extensive ��� alterations  to his brick block, corner Greenwood and .Copper streets. He  will probably remain here about  two weeks.  C. J. Cain, another of the old  veterans of Greenwood, who after  leaving here went to Nevada, and  most luckily slruck it rich there,  and is how settled at Chesaw,  where he is heavily interested in  mining. His particular mission  here is to pick up some of our  first rate miners, to take back  with him.  Midway seems to be the centre  of attraction lately, judging from  the frequency of visits of the C.  P. R. officials, Government engineers, etc. It certainly indicates  that there is to be something doing and that quickly in the matter of railway extension. Their  intentions are kept: yery quite  and reticent in regard to their  movements, but we trust it means  business.  W.EOFM.  At the regular meeting held  Saturday evening the 4th the  following were elected officers for  the ensuing year: President,  John Docksteader; vice-president,  Wm. Hart; 2nd vice-president,  J. A. Cuthbertson; financial secretary, Lester McKenzie; treas-  uer, George Robinson; recording  secretary, David Phillips; Conductor, Chris Nelson; warden,  Robt. Dempster; trustees, J. A.  Cuthbertson, John Docksteader,  Dan McDonald, Lester McKenzie,  Archie McLean; delegate to W.  F. of M. convention Lester McKenzie.  j*^r^*^!^^-:^-J^rlJM:^*^J-"**--* ~**s^ "*��-*���''*�����* ������'.-*-. -^-.,-^.. -^KA-^-. ^.f^f^.^.*.m-*tT^*'~'*^'f(T' ,'  ��f=s��'���� j** .^- .^vy^sT^-r^^s^sr^^^,; .^^V^^rs*7s��-^^��iZi^^jy,.^5'<Sr*rsiv-^iiVsi.v5^  A Summer Pleasure  is good beer.    That's our kind.  COMMUNICATION  Even people who are usually  healthy occasionally require  some kind of a food tonic. Ferrovim, that excellent combination of beef, iron and sherry-  wine, if taken when the system is run down from overwork or a slight cold, will  prevent a more serious illness.  Ferrovim gives strength to convalescents and all thin-blooded  people.   $1.00 a bottle.  It is exhilerating and invigorating.  Malces perfect sleep possible  and good health is assured.  Our beer is popttlar with  both the ladies anxLgentlemen.  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  I"  f  $i>t  17)1  of  our Pabst  beer  will put-  new life into anyone". It cures:  the thirsty feeling and makes *  you feel light and gay.  Greenwood Eiquor go.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  'S3*S5Ha^5^5��S��S-i-2��3SH2^s*��a?^^  Editor Boundary Creek Times:  Sir���I am credibly informed that  the worthy fathers of this town have,  in their great wisdom, restricted the  number of hotel licenses to be granted  to five.  To raise sufficient, or nearly "sufficient revenue, they have also seen fit  to raise the already high license to  $800, which sum is, of course, a mere  bagetelle in these stirring times, when  the land is flowing with milk and  honey.  There might, of course, be no objection taken to such procedure, but  might I humbly inquire why the hotels  which are to remain in existence  should have been selected by the  council itself? It seems to me that  fair-minded men would have given  an equal chance to all hotels, and not  have taken this drastic method of disposing of the question.  I may be very much mistaken, but  I do most certainly think that, after  almost 15 years of catering in this  town to the public, after opening the  first hotel, and that at a time when  accommodation was most urgently  needed, when no mark has ever been  placed against my name for any infraction of the law, an injustice is  done me. I must confess that I am  at a total loss to understand why I,  for one, should be singled out to lock  my doors and gracefully retire.  Of course, I have no money invested either in lots, buildings and  mines, or other inconsiderable trifles.  I have written so far, perhaps, in  somewhat of an aggrieved manner,  but injustice tends to make a man impatient of the finer shades of parlance.  It may be that, upon due reconsideration of their, edict, the council may  alter their determination���a consummation most devoutly to be wished.  Should they not, and others and myself  be forced out of business, I now desire, through the medium of your pa-  paper, to extend my heartfelt thanks  to all my old patrons, and will heartily  welcome them wherever I may chance  to be.    I remain yours truly,  J. W. Nelson,  Presently proprietor of the old " Pioneer.^   Buggy and Harnesa tor tale at a very  low figure. Quarantead -in first-class  order. Cash price $65 for both. Apply  to B. C. Timta office.  "��&��  PIASTER  CURES every aort of Muscular pain,  auch as Sciatica. Stitches, Cricks, Tic,  Twichinu of the Muscles, Lumbago  and Headache. Don't throw away  money for worthless imitations, by un-  acnip uloua makers.  Get the genuine.  Each plaster 25c. in an air-tirrbt tin  loi. l yard roll $1.00. Mailed upon  xeceipt of price, or sample for Sc.  WC GUARANTEE that they will relieve  pain Quicker than any other plaster.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  THE  COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD  *  Ogilvie's Rolled lats  4-LB. PACKAGES 350.  3 for One Dollar.  Club Cigar Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Phoenix and Midway Stage Office.  Agent for Reco Laundry, Phoenix.  H-.  L.  MATTHEWS,  PHONE A-45.  SEAIED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed ''Tender for  Steel Dredge for British Columbia," will be received at this office until 4:00 p. in., on Wednesday, July 20,1910, for the construction of a Steel  Bow-Well Twin Screw Barge Loading- Dredge.  Plana, specification and form of contract can  he seen and forms of tender obtained at this Department, at the offices of J. L. Michaud, Esq.,  District Engineer, Merchants Bank Building,  St. Jattiea Street, Montreal; J. G. Siag, Esq ,  District Engineer, Confederation Life Building-,  Toronto, Ont., and G. A. Keefer, Esq., District  Engineer,New Westminster, B.C.  Persons tendering' are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless madeon the printed, forms supplied, and signed with their actual  signatures, stating their occupations and places  of residence. In the case of firmc the actual  signature, the nature oi the occupation and  place of residence of each member of tbe firm  miist oc (riven.  TBNDBFS   MUST   SPKCII'V TIME OP DKLIVEBY  of i>kedgb at Vancouver, B. C.,fhke of am.  RISKS-\Nr> CHA.RGBS.  Each, tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank.payable to the  order of the Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, for twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,-  000.00), which will be forfeited if the person  tendering; decline to enter, into a contract when  called upon to do so, or fail to complete the  work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. '  By order,  KAPOLEON TESSIER,  ��� Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May 31,1910.  Newspapers will, not be paid for this advertisement if they insert it without authority from.:  the Department.  .50 Round  Trip  June 2,17 and 24; July 5 and 22  August 3;   Sept. 8, 1910  This low rate is via the Great Northern Railway from Seattle, Tacoma,  Portland, Everett, Bcllingham, Vancouver, Victoria, New Westminster,  Wenatchee, Spokane and many other points in Washington, Oregon and  British Columbia to  Chicago  gob.oo 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   .nnd our  "East Over the Mountain"   folder.  Describes the routes past the new Glacier National Park to St.  Paul,_ Minneapolis, Kansas City, Chicago and  points east.  V. KISTLER,  D. F. & P. A., Grand Forks, B. C  BRENIZER,  Agent, Midway, B. C,  H.  MINERAL, ACT.  T,  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.   Phone 16.  Before you take your departure from  Greenwood subscribe for your home  paper, $1 for six months, or f2 a yeai.  You will find it full of interest to you  wherever you are.  FOR RFNT���A 2-room house, neat  and nicely furnished, suitable for  batching-, located aide of J. H. Mc  Neil's residence. Other furuished  houses for rent. See the Furniture  and Stoye man, A. L,. White,  Make your wants known through a  want ad.   Three line ad. for 25c.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Crescent No. 2" aud "Norene Fractioual"  Mineral Claims, situate in tbe Greenwood  Mining Division of Vale District. Where  located: In Providence Camp.  AKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for Harry H. Shallenberjrer,  Free Miners' Certilicate No. B26506, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tbe purpose ol obtaining- Crown  Granta of the above claims.  And further take  notice tbat action,  under  Section 37,  must  be  commenced  before   the  issuance of such .Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 31st dav of March, A. D. 1910.  39 I. H. HAIfLETT.  mineral, act.  BUY YOUR MIIIII   ���FROM THE r��� ���  GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED  MILK  A SPECIALT?  Fred  Jenks,  Prop'r.  '       ti  Jf J* J* J* Jt J* Jt Ji jj Jt ,** jt Jt JS Jl JK Jl .Jl J* JtjB Jl Jt Jt jl Jt Jt Jt Jl Jl Jt Jt Jt jl*^  FIRST RATE CAFE %  T  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Black   Jack,"   "55," "66," "77," "Caherfae  Fractional"  and   "Hit    Me   Fractional"  mineral claims, situate in  the Greenwood  M.iiiiii|f  Division of Yale district.   Where  located:    In Central Camp.  AKE NOTICE" Tliat  I. Isaac H.Ua'Iclt  as ag'ent for The Consolidated  Mining  aud Smeltintr company of   Canada,   Lfiiuited,  Free Miner's  Certificate  No.   B2W2.   intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to tlie  Miiiiny; Recoider for Certificates',of Improvement*!,   for  tbe purpose of obtaining  Crown  Grants of the above claims.  And farther take notice that, action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issue-  auceof such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20tli day of April, A. D. 1910.  n -i., I.'H. HAIfLETT.  AT THE  WINDSOR HOTEL  greenwood; b:o.  Oren Day and Night  ERNIE CARTER, Manager  ^jtjtjtjtjejtjtj-'jtjtji^tjtjtjijtji uijt jtjtjijtjtjtjiji-jtjcjijijijt^i  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD OFFICE:    L-  L.  MATTHEWS' CIGAR STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  GILLI5 & LAING, Prs.  ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES  HAMMOCK  ABY  ALSO  MOCKS  Prices Right  FISHING TACKLE  The dependable kind that delivers the goods.    RODS, REELS,  FLIES,. LINES, LEADERS, BASKETS, SPOOWSi l^NDING  NETS, Etc.   A complete stock at reasonable  BOOKS AND STATIONERY, KODAKS AND SUPPLIER  \,  /!������'  .U^.;..^-  '.,���"..;-. ���=-������.���";>-.���-, 777^fQr7fn " %������������.*#'���������'������- 7-y-y>-'z^7y::7L7"-���'-


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