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 -tttm  GREENWOOD,   B. C  JANUARY 28.   1910.  WINTER FOOTWEAR  Our stock of Ladies' and Chil'  dren's Overshoes and Rubbers is  very complete in ail lines. Best  makes represented.  GIVE US A CALL  CHAS.   F.   STORK  DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY  /F  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  HOUSEHOLD GOODS  Of nil descriptions call on T. M.  Gulley & Co.  We can furnish a shack or a mansion  at prices to suit all.  Agents for Ostermoor Mattresses.  Agents for Bell Pianos and Organs.  Agents for Edison Phonographs.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  T.JI. Gulley & Co.  NEWS FROM  STUART LAKE  Frank L Mosher, an old timer lithe Boundary, writes from Stuart Lake,  B   C , December 29th, as follows.  The mail service in this lection u  simply rotten There are about 2fl  white men wintentiK m here, and wc  have had no papers since last October. The mail carrier from Qi  nolle to Fraser lake, who alio brings  the Stuart lake mall, brinus papers  when he cannot find any paste ii (ten  or freight to haul. The last trip before Xmas, he unloaded five sacks of  papers at the last minute, after netting  them from the rJostoffice at Qi  to make room for freight, so you see  we ure at the mercy of the. mail carrier.  ..This is a fine country, (rood land  fine climate, about the same as the  Boundary, only the land is better.  AU kinds of veeetables crow finely,  and the natural vegetation of the  country is immense. Rose bushes  and berry bushes grow as high as  num's head. It will be a good wheat  country in time and for small fruit and  iples.  The opportunities for pre-emptors  e good. There ii plenty of work  on the survey for six or eight months  in the year. Surveyors are anxious to  hhe men in this section.  The market for all vegetables and  fruit will bea steady one, at soon as the  railway is built through the country.  Ed Pieper and I haye taken up preemptions tand also have a trading post  We have Djut up over a thousand dol-  worth of buildings and cleared a  few acres to crop next summer,  arc here to stay, the first to pre-empt  land and work tt Considerable land  has been .taken up by speculators  Unless the government puts   down  GREENWOq  VS:  SIX  [(Monday  well attic  and  $1 hrjikej  week's  : to find  What  like, und  i ta tad-  The hockey tn*  night was except  tended fa; an  eager crowd of Gi  well wishers,  thaw,  it was  any ice at the rin;  there was v  no team could s|  vantage on, such  The game started a-miowhat  later than schedule ��11111- and  started well. Greenwqml nhov-  eled buoW and ice a<i Until ns Phoenix (lid, and after n Jews minutes'  play, J. McDonald, the Kai star  player, scored goal No 1 with a  most brilliant shot aftejt a series  of extraordinarily adroit runs  The game after this w.t, a matter of scrimmages The puck  could not travel In the net slush,  and after several encounters and  seriously laborious work:! 1'hoe nix  equalized the score b^ure. lhe  whistle blew forhalf .tifiie. The  second half was very ;eJ*uUar to  the first, hard trudging .^through  and snow to strike^ the half  buried puck. Phoenix,;* in spite  of the splendid play ot iimr local  team, scored one mare goal before  time was called, thus whining by  two goals to one. The'rcferree,  Mr. Lang, of Grand Forks, kept  the fence well hung up vrith members of both teams. With clean  our boys would uhtiaubtcdly  have made the scoreread differently, This is their first and only  defeat, and may it be'tdfir last.  MYNCASTER NOTES  BOOM PREDICTED  FOR REPUBLIC  The Republic mining camp,  near neighbor to the south,  once more to experience a mining  boom, according to several mining  men, who ha-, e visited the camp  recently, New scientific methods  of treating the sulnhide ores of  the district, at reduced cost, improved milling, concenlratingand  cyanldlug machinery are factors  in the hopeful predictions of  those acquainted with Republic  minor*. All that te iincried In 0  plaut larga enough to bo economical, with an up-to-date mill man  as manager.  The New Republic cotupan  Derating the Republic aud Tom  Thumb under lease; the Republic  Mines Corporation, operating the  Lone Pine-Surprise group under  : and bond, and the Ben Hur  Leasing company, operating.the  Ben Hur, are the principal producers today.  These companies are working  at a good profit and others will  follow suit this spring. An era  of prosperitv is in line for Republic camp.  TEN YEARS AGO  mm Itoiwdarv Crook Tlraoi gIJan.31, WW)  General Buller has outflanked  the Boers at.Tugela river.  Lord DunDonald has entered  Ladysmith with lfiOO men.  Greenwood heat the Rossland  Victoria's at Rossland last week.  The machinery started up or  the Buckhora last week iu charge  of Captain Shields.  Cameron, manage- of the  NEW ARCHBISHOP  FOR VANCOUVER  The Right Rev. Neil McNeil, the  new Archbishop of Vancouver, was  Bishop of St. George's, New Found-  laud, is a Nova Scotian of Irish and  Scotch ancestry, and is 58 years old.  Dr. McNeil received his primary education in hit-native town of Hillsbi  Ifb, N. S-i and subsequently went  St, Francis Xavier college, Anti-  iiomsh. He spent six years at the  College nf the I'ropamnda, u Rome.  vim ordniticd in the Famous Ba-  nf Si. Jnhn Litierait, Later he  touk u poit-uruduat*- t,our��e ui the  University uf Muneitlei, I'raiice, Dr.  McNeil hiia been vice-chancnllor of  the St. Krone is Xavier culleite, editor  of the Aurora newspaper, and rector  of the college. His lordship has at-  sumed the charge of several parishes and the episcopate as Bishop  if Ninopolis, and St Georue's. The  archbishopric of Vancouver wasrend-  ercd vacant 18 months ago on the  promotion of Archbishop Domen-  well, who is well known here, to a  high position in Rome.  LIBERAL UNANIMITY  There is at last unanimity in  the liberal ranks in the legislature over the question of leadership of the party. H. C. Brewster is the leader, but he is with-  ont a following, the other member elected as a liberal, John  Jar dine, having cast in his lot  with the socialists so far as the  proceedings of the house are concerned, accepting the leadership  of J. H. Haw thorn wai te.  CONCILIATION BOARD  LINSEED  Licorice ^Chlorodyne  For That Cough  See that our name Is on the label  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  telephone and telegraph service, too.  I understand the wire is on the ground,  the cost will.not be very great.  Smart lake is a beautiful sheet of  iter, and with the connecting rivers  and lakes makes a chain of navigable  waters for several hundred miles.  I expect to be out toward spring  and will drop down in the lower  country and see you. Regards to all  the boys, and if any of them want a  good home, good land and  climate, tell them to come to Stuart  lake, the Queen of Northern wate  Yours as ever,  Frank L. Mosker.  WARREN CUP. 3RD DRAW  P BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  Copper Street,. Greenwood, B. C.  Friday, January 28���Kast rink,  Frith vs. Bunting. West rink, Rus-  rell vs. Coles.  Monday January 31���East rink,  Birnie vs. Frith. West rink, McMynn vi. McCutcheon.  Tuesday, February 1���liast rink,  Bishop vs, Coles. West rtnk, McMynn vii, McDonald.  Wcdneiday, February 2���Eait  rink, lllihon vs. Redpwh. Weit  rink, Russell vs. Bunting.  Thursday, February 3-Eaitrlnk,  McCutcheon va. McDonald. Weit  rink, Frith vi. Redpath.  Friday, February 4���East rink.  Birnie vi. Bishop. Wett rink, Rui-  iell vi. McMynn,  Monday, Fabruary 7���East rink,  McCutcheon vi. Russell. Wett rink,  Blrhlo vi. McMynn.  Tuesday, Fabruary 8���East rink,  McMynn vi. McDonald. W��t rink,  Coleiva Ruiiell,  Wcdneiday, Fabruarj <J*--Eait rink,  Biihop vt. McDonald,  Copper was worth 55c in 1864,  and 48o a pound In 1872.  Henderson, of Grand  Forks, has arrrved to take charge  of the school.  There is a good opening for a  general store and a blacksmith  shop at Myscaster.  PRESENTATION  At the ves'.ry meeting of St.  Jude's church congregation, held  on Wednesday evening  last,  presentation of a handsome  was made by the Eev.  F, Vernon  Venables, in the name of the congregation,   to Miss J. Gcddard,  who  has  been a most   faithful  member of the church choir many  years, and a teacher in the Sunday  school.     Kiss  Goddard  leaving   Greenwood,    with   the  heartiest  good   wishes  for  her  future, of a vast host of frienda.  PROOFS COOKED  The University of Copenhagen  publish an official statement tn  which it ia announced tUnt tbe  investigation of Dr. Cook'i ortp;.  laal notebook as wall as tho pa*  pert* prevlonaly received from him  through Uta secretory. ������ Wiltor  tanidalo, not only does not. prove  that he reached the pole, but  shows that it ia unlikely that ho  did bo.  During: the past month the  ���aottucil of the university has  made every effort ponslblt tij.get  lu communication with (jottV, but  without aucceaa, \. .  AT PRINCB RUPERT  The Prince Rupert, ^ephone  Co, has been Incorporated -with a  capital of 925,000 in $id shares,  HOCKEY SCHEDULE  jan, l, Phgent��ndG**eenwood,*tt Phoenix   Jm. 5, Greenwood and Grand Forka, at Greeuw'd  Jan. ll,G��odFotk"ftudPhMttUva*G��nde,ort(i  jan. 19, Phoenix and Grand Pork* at Phoenix   Jim. 34, Groan-wood and Phoenix,** Gretawwd...  Jan. 38, Grand Forks and Gmnwood.at Q, Forki,  J/��b. a, Photmlx aud Gmowood, at PhoonU   Fob. 7, Greenwood and Orand ffork*. at Gmjiiw'a  l?*b.. 11, Grand Forkaand Plweoli, at Grand Forki  fob. in, Phoenix and Grand Forka, at Phoenix...  Fob. U, Greenwood and Phoenix, at Greenwooa.  Feb�� S8, Gran* Forka and Greenwood, at G. Fork*  Iboo Consolidated M. &. K. Co.  Carpenters are at work on the  assay and laboratory building  and the superintendent's residence, at the B. C. Copper company's smelter.  Many mines are operating in  Deadwood camp and the owners  of the McRae ranch have had HO  surveyed into lots and  streets laid out. The new town-  site will be called the Cilv of  Deadwood,  Tomorrow is the date for the  Pa? Pay Pay concert at  Auditorium. The show will be  worth every cent asked for admission, Its for the Mansion  house tunc! for the widow;  orphans of those who fall In the  South African war.   So pay pav  pay-   THE HOUSE OF LOPDS  Lord Cuwim, formerly viceroy ot  Iiulin, has puinted out the followinu  facts in defense uf tho House of  Lords, He nates that 3QQ members,  or nearly half tlie house, have boon  oiiHaued in the public service of ilu'ir  country, of these, IQG actually on  the field of battle. That 17U peer*  were formerly members"( the Mouse  of Commons, elected mi popular,  vote, and owetl their present position  either to their services in the administration, while in tho lower house, or  by succession 10 a title.  Lord Curron thowud that fJurinu  the last 20t) years there had been Inr  mere peers than commoner* in control of Uritish affairs, althouah such  ttiiims were in the hands of the electorate, He defended even the principle of heredity, pointinc out tha.'  there were certain famous families.  such ns thuse of Pitt, Vox, Grenville,  Cecil, Stanley, Cavendish, Gladstone,  Chamberlain ami Churchill, whose  names had cropped up from uenern-  uenoration. Carryinu. the wai  is enemy's country, tho peer  showed that Winston Churchill's  party had, within the last SO yean,  created 2S5 lords, mainst the 1H1 of  their opponents, and within tho last  few years actually had made ii members of the very house which they  new declared their intention to le-|  itroy.  OUR MEMBER  J. E. Jackson, M. P. P., is a  member ot the Mining and Agricultural committees in the house  at Victoria.  COUNTY COURT  IN GREENWOOD  There were only three civil  cases on the docket at the sitting of the court this week in  Greenwood, Judge J. R. Brown,  presiding.  In the case of J. B. Boone vs.  R. Carrigan, for debt alleged to  be due by his brother, J. B. Carrigan, it was alleged that the  debt was agreed to be paid by H.  Carrigan. No decision, judgement reserved,  In the cane of Ughtcloy va, Lo  Mettrc and O'Donuell, for Ires-  pass and damages. Adjourned  for argument.  In the case of Lttckle v*, Mc-  Intyre, for wages, judgement for  Lackie, itt0.7S.  A LARGE FAMILY  A mixed quartette of babies,  two girls aud two boys, arrived  last week at tbe home of Mr. and  Mrs. W. W. Wilson in Los Angeles, making twelve children to  this couple iu nine years. The  Wilsons have been married 25  years, Two sets of triplets and  one pair of twins have previously  been born to them.  HALLEY'S COMET  Prof. E. K. Barnard, of Yerkes  observatory, has succeeded in obtaining a photograph of Halley's  comet which shows a faint slender  straight tait. So far as is kriowu,  this is the first photograph to  show the tail of the present returning comet.  irier has launch-  alls tor the tx*  C*r}*iJ*tu"W Of 11 ships The  present indications are that it  wilt carry five protected cruisers  and six destroyers, to be built in  Canada.  Sal'ino Degli Ar'matl invented  spectacles in the thirteenth century,  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under which The branches  qf this Bonk are able lo Issue Oralis on the principal polnla  in ihe following coumrlea:  Austria. Hungary   Finland Inland Rwia  " ' Formosa Italy *rWrvi.t  llruill  HiilKnrla  Curb.  Fr'ch Coehln. Chin*. W��  Germany Manrtmrln  Great Britain Mrxitv  Greece Norway  Hollina Yenlti  tatarnl I'MIUphw liAuMt  India Roumanlu  run. pahticuu  Sum'���Africa  Mruils Si-UlomtnU  NO DELAY IN  IBBU1N0.       mil. *��*BTICUl.*rH ON  APPLICATION  SAV1NQS BANK DEPARTMENT  J, T. BEATTIE, Mdiugcr ��� Greenwood  Branch  A NEW SERVANT IN THE HOUSE  -A-  VACUUM CLEANER  Tlie cleaner that cleans below the surface.  Raises no mtst-LEAYES NO DIRT to  make dust.       ^___������  Saultary cImiwmi vi. luporttelal oleaunflM. There h����  beau no tffleleal method ot cleaning the home ��nu hir-  iiUhliur* nutll thoVACUCft SYSTEM ��*�� devised. Mow  you etin olenii your homo thotonf htv without niovtnt! a  ��Utg!e imm,   ABK TO 8ES THIB MACH1NB,  FOR SUE OR RBNT BY  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  NlfArACWlWK THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK. TIMES
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Bank of Montreal..
Rest $12,000,000.
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000
UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56
Hon. President :    Lonn St*-.thcoha anh Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.
President:    Sik Gkokrb A. DRCMMOtm.h.. C. M. G
Vice-Presiilenl ami General Manager
, aii ■"'«/''«£«, \ New Yort, Chicago.
Grant Commercial an
Sir K. S. Clouston, Hakt
Branches in London, Eng
Buy  and sell Sterli.nr Eiclmitfe and Cable Transfers *.
ivellers' Credits, available in any parljof the world.
Interest allowed at current rates
_ Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.
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week and last is the worst Greenwood citizens have seen for many
years, but Paris is flooded, too,
and the Seine is debris laden and
its torrents are overflowing its
banks. Greenwood's Banks are
still high and dry- We have that
to be thankful for.
British North America
Stuttz Co.
at the  Auditorium
the' course with passengers, tor
cross country flying; to Glenn
Curiiss, for speed and quickest
start; to C. K: Hamilton, for the
slowest lap; to Charles F. Wil-
lard, for starting and landing in
Have yon a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot
begin"treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another, and
the last is always harder to cure. If
you! will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy at the outset you will be saved
much trouble. Sold by all druggists
and dealers.
74 Years In Business.
Have You a
Bank Account?
Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.
The money is safer
in the Bank than in
3'ourhouse or pocket.
A   Checking
Uraguay is in the throes  of  a
King George of  Greece  is  an
expert wrestler and gymnast.
Account provides a safe and convenient way of
paying your bills, as each check issued returns
to you as a receipt.
A Savings Account keeps growing all the
time,    with    Interest    compounded    at   highest
current rates.
Greenwood BranclWF. A. CHESTER, Manager.
Barrister, Soucitok,
Notary Ptbuc
Cable Address:       •'Hallktt."
I Bedford M'Neill's
Codes -j Moreiuif ii Meal's
Grebnwood, B. O.
Barrister and Soucitok,
RendcU  Block,
Greenwood, B. C.
Dominion  and Provincial
Land Sukvkvor,
Greenwood. B. O.
V. O. Box 57, 1'lione 32.
There is only room at the top for
a few, but it is a hard lesson to
learn, that one is no nearer the
top of the tree at fifty than one
was at ten.
Better to start out aright, with
a probably attainable ambition,
a useful home-serving aim in life,
and get there, than to aim at the
stars, and missing one's aim, fall
rudely and roughly to Mother
Earth, shocked by misfortune,
discredited by failure.
The growing tendency of the
new education is to give our
youth practicable knowledge that
will fit them for the life that they
will, in all probability, be called
upon to live, a tendency that is a
* •'  -Jwnce   in   the   educa-
A royal decree has been issued,
in Spain, creating an inheritance
The Rt. TIon. Alfred Lytton
was returned for St. George's,
Hanover Square.
Statistics of divorce show that
the highest rate of divorce to
population is found in Algeria,
that next to Algeria is Japan,
and next to Japan is the United
States. The figures for the three
countries are: Algeria, 288 divorces a year to each 100,000 of
population; Japan, 214; the
United States, 73. Next to the
United States is Switzerland, with
32 divorces to every 100,000 population.
The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill was elected for Dundee. He
received 10,747 votes.
C. A. S. Atwood, of Grand
Forks, has returned from an extended visit to Ontario.
The Argentine Republic has
ordered the construction of two
Dreadnoughts, of 28000 tons each.
Rev. A J. Doull, M. A. of
Montreal has been appointed
Rector of Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria.
The Hon. D. M. Eberts was
unanimously elected speaker of tbe
twelfth parliament of this province at Victoria last week.
In the south of France is a concrete
arch  bridge  known  as  the Pont du
G?rd, which was erected in the year
56 B. C.    The concrete in this was
not composed   of crushed   stone   or
other small  aggregate  of the   variety
now   employed   in   concrete  bridge
work, but was of the old  style, consisting of alternate layers of large and
small stones, gravel,   etc., and of ce-
mentitious  materials.      Vitruvius describes the materials  and   methods in
use before the Christian era, and other
writers, like Alberti, in 1345 and Pal-
ladio in 1570, accurately describe the
methods  which  the  "ancients" (as
they  called  them)   employed,    "of
using boards laid on  edge  and filling
the space between   with  cement and
all sorts   of  small  and   large  stones
mingled   together."    It   is  very improbable that the Pont du Gard would
have withstood the rigors  of  climate
of the northern United States, but its
actual state of preservation, as well as
that of many other specimens  of ancient  concrete  work,   proves that if
modern work ,is  honestly  executed it
will many times outlast any reasonable
borld  period, so   that  a  very   small
yearly  sinking  fund  per  cent,   is all
that is required for  properly designed
and erected concrete work.
Three cars of the C. P. R.
passenger train at Spanish River,
near Sudbury, Ont, plunged into
the river last Saturday and all
but eight of the many passengers
were drowned. The trucks of the
second-class coach jumped the
track. The cause has not been
Mrs. Ethel J. Campbell is the
first woman to be elected to a pub-
■'<- office in B. C.    She is a school
Jn life as in whist. Hope
nothing from the way cards may
be dealt to you. Play the cards,
whatever thev be to the best of
your skill.
A single man may lodge in a
garret, aud dine on a herring;
nobody knows, nobody cares.
Let him marry, and he invites
the world to witness where-he
lodges and how he dines.
We the least forgive faults in
those from whom we the most
expect excellence.
If you would have a good wife
take the daughter who has been
a good daughter.
The stomach is a lnrger factor in " life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" than most people are a'.vure. Patriotism
can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dyspeptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils.". The man
who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomach
vill be a weak soldier and a fault finder.
A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as for
hcnlth and happiness.
Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of
It builds up the body with sound flesh and
solid muscle.
The dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" is
only seeking to-make the little more profit realized on the
sale of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send
31 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 50 stamps
for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
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Electric  current   supplied   for
Power, Lighting, Heating and
Ventilating. Power furnished
for Ploisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute
guarantee of continuous power
service for operating.
Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money
•f* «f» »f 4 4» •$•» 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* Jl 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4**$* **• *?• *$• *8
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
I "Ffc^a-. ,^lo_ the work whenever you re-
A man's respect for" old age is
apt to go lame when it bumps
against boarding  house  poultry.
TCUHKS BAGS *■%•*,*£?
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.
rhe Best Cuisine between
Winnipeg and the Coast.
Snynopsis of Canadian North-Wesl
ANY available Tomiiiion Lands within tliei
Railway licit in Uritish Columbia, may lie]
homesteaded by any person who is the sole head I
of a family, or any male over IS years of ag-e, 1
lo the extent of oue-quarter section of 160 acres, j
more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land office for the disrict in which the laud Isl
situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be]
made on certain conditions by the fathcr.sj
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an]
intending' homesteader.
The homesteader is required to preform tliej
conditions connected there with under one of]
the followinirplans;
1) At least six months' residence upon and]
cultivation of the land in each year for thrcej
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is de-'
ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm J
in the vicinity of the laud entered for, the re]
(jnlreiucuts 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 Iu  the vicin
itv of his homesteadvthe*requirements as to resj
-iofiort 1>V residence upon tliei
Furniture Movinu a Specialty.
Leave orders at Matthews'Cigar Store,
Rock Ckekk, B. c.
fow.*^ No. 38.1.O.O. F.
J1 «,8«e^1'y.. Tuesday  Evening at 8(10 in  the
I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tatioa is ex
tended to all sojourning- brethem.
N- G. V. G.
AUiERT I.OOA.N. Kei\ Sec.
Boundary Creek Times
Issued every f ridav
PBr Year    2 Oq
Six Months    125
To Foreign Coo-ntribb  j 50
It is niot-t   true that a farthing
candle  gives  more   light, for domestic   purposes,   thau   tbe most
brilliant   star; and   yet   we   are
urged from our cradles to " hitch
our wagons   to a star."    Iu other
words, to aim at only the highest
in   life.    The   small   hoy   is   encouraged   to   set   his   mind   on
achieving   tho   highest   possible
positions, or   amassing the greatest possible number  of dollars-
only arrival at the top  to suffice.
Vain hopes, idle dreams of greatness in name and fame, doomed to
such disappointment in later life,
when  dear  desires  are not realized and we have  to  perforce accept  the  mediocre  only,   or  the
obscure.     The   wee  girl   who is
taught and trained to   shine as a
star, by   an   ambitious but   im.
practicable  mother,   must   often
accept the inevitable  position of
mar-Keu  «»«._.
tional systems of the world, over
the old ideas that obtained in the
Lord Roberts, the  hero of the
British   army,    referred   to   the
newer   education   in   his   recent
speech in London at  the annual
conference   of    Headmasters   of
English public schools.    The old j
traditions   of    British    schools, I
which maintained that education
was to make the boy a gentleman
and a scholar, the girl a lady and
a  social  belle,   are not sufficient
these days of greater, broader international activity. A man must
be useful, too, a good citizen and
acquainted  with  affairs.    A girl
must be accomplished and independent,    The top of the  tree is
not the only spot where the sun
shines.     The   easily   contented,
medium  ambitious achieve more
victories than   the  idealist   ever
dreams   of.    In   this Canada of
ours there is room for many peoples—opportunities for the  millions  such   as few  countries possess—and when   England  ceases
from sending  out her worst, ill-
prepared   for  the   strenuous life
that  is   lived   in   the West, and
only forwards her best  and those
fitted   by   education    and   early
training  for  the  useful, and not
spoiled and   pampered  to expect
the unattainable topmost branches
of the  tree, the schools of England  will   fill  some of   the best
positions  in  Canadian  life with
men, who get what they aim for,
because they do not aim too high.
The new system  of education
in England will benefit this great
Northern land and  be  the direct
cause of a  firmer  bond between
the Mother country  and  her oldest and greatest dominion beyond
the seas.
trustee in North Vancouyer.
King Albert of Belgium can
boast of beiag the only reigning
sovereign of Europe who has
done newspaper work as a reporter.
quire their aid. j.,^^
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, gloominess into joyous-
ness. Their action is so gentle one
don't realize they have taken a purgative. Sold by all druggists and dealers.
At Bellingham last week two
employees of the Gilt Edge
Shingle Co., had a desperate encounter with a devil fish which
measured 9 feet 8 inches.
The Rebel army inflicted a decisive victory upon the Gover-
ment forces at Fez, Morocco last
week. The Government troops
are reported to have lost 200 men.
New Westminister is about to
change its name to Westminister,
as the Royal City is dropping its
old charter and will now come
under the Municipal Clauses Act.
George J. Gasper, a member of
the exploring party of Sir Henry
M. Stanley on his last trip to
Africa, died last week of paralysis. Gasper lived in Indianapolis for 25 years. During the
last few years of his life he kept
a grocery store.
It is 8 years since the well be-
loyed Father Pat died, Ross-
landers are to be congratulated
on the dedication of the new St.
George's memorial church, which
took place last week in memory
of the Rev. Henry Irwin, who
was better known as Father Pat.
The following extract from the
Hon. T, W. Patterson, lieutenant-governor of British Columbia, in his speech from the throne
at the opening of Parliament, at
Victoria, last Thursday, is of
general interest to our Boundary
" A bill will also be submitted
to you to enable an extension of
the Kettle River Valley railway
from its present terminus to Nicola. This railway, as well as
fhe Canadian Northern, will run
through districts richly endowed
with timber and minerals, and
with agricultural, fruit and pastoral lands, tbe development of
which has heretofore been retarded for lack of railway communication."
"We have just received a new
shipment of
Trunks, Suit Cases,
Club Bats, Telescopes,
I Trunk and Suit Case Straps,
Name Tags. Keys Galore.
The New and 2nd-Hand Store
A.  L.  WHITE,  Proprietor
Methodist—Rev.   W.   J.    Williams
will conduct seivioes in the Methodist
Church every Sunday.     Morning,  11
a. m,; Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evening
Dealer in  all   kinds  of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,  Mouldings,
Windows, Doors,
Shingles,  Bricks,
Cement, Etc.
CaThouc—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 at
2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.
Chdkch of England (St. Jude's)—
Every Sunday, Morning and evening-.
Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. . Holy Communion, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 8 a.m;
other Sundays   at  11 a. m.
Saints' Day services as announced
in  Church.
Rey.F Vernon Venables, Vicar.
idence may  ue »^..^._
said land.
Six montlis' notice in wriii.-wM:<-ul<l tepiveu
to tbe Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ot
tawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal.—Coal mininir rig-hts may be leased for a
period of twenty-one years at an animal rental
of $1. per acre. Not more than 2,£00acres shall
be leased to one individual or company. A royal y at the rate of five cents per'ton shall be
collected on the merchantable coal mined.
xt r,    ?TePuty of tue Minister of the Interior
N. B.—Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.
Never mind,   Greenwood!    We
The largest nug-get or platinum
in existence, which is valued at
$2,500, four other nuggets of
lesser value, and two diamonds
worth $1,500, were stolen on
Christmas morning from the
museum of the School ol Mines
in the Boulevard St. Michel in
Joseph Perrault, a veteran pros-.
pector, has bonded the O. K. frac"
tion in Portland canal district to
a Victoria syndicate for $75,000.
The property adjoins the group
of the Portland Canal Mining
Company. It is said to have several large ledges of silver-lead
ore. The Victoria syndicate will
start development work early next
The Shasta limited makes the
trip from Seattle to San Francisco
in 34 hours, or 14 hours shorter
than the old train service time.
Trade Marks
- - - - Copyrights &c.
AnTone (ending a sketch and description niny
qutcklr ascertain our opinion free whotlior an
Invention ■ probably patentable. Communion,
tlotisitrletlj confidential. HANDBOOK on I'ateuta
■out free. Oldest asencr for ■ecuiug putetits.
Patent* taken through Wunn 4 Co. receive
tptcMnotict, without charge, lu tha
Scientific American.
A handaomelv llloitrated weekly. Largeat circulation of any scientific journal. Terms for
Canada, 98.75 a year, pottage prepaid. Sold by
all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.86"™*"* New York
Branca Offlce. «35 F Bt, Wajhlogton, J>. C.
Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to
connect with Spokane train; and
at 1 p.m. with Keremeos train.
J. McDonell.
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The greatest happiness  of the
Certificate of Improvements.
•Paymaster Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division ol
Yale District. Where located: In Graham
Camp, south of and adjoining Granada
mineral clatm.„   _ _..
CO.,. LT'D.
Leaves Mother Lode
9,30  a.  m.
6:30 p. m.
Leaves Greenwood
2:00 p.  m.
8:30 p.   m.
Saturday- laaf-._.a*a.fra \"
New Edition of the
Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contains
1,500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,
more matter than the preceding edition.
The chapters with mine descriptions
and on statistics have been carefully
revised and the bulk of the matter
therein i«
There are 25 chapters.
Covering Copper History, Geology,
Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,
Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,
Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,
Alloys, Uses, Substitutes.Terminology
Deposits by Districts, States.Countries
and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,
The Copper Handbook is concededlv
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper.
The Copper Handbook contains, in
this new and greatly enlarged edition,
about 50 per cent, more matter than
the Bible—though not necessarily a
better book because of its great bulk.
It is rilled with FACTS of vital importance to.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top,
or £7.50 in genuine full library morocco.
TERMS are most liberal. Send no
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wee^k'^appro^al^to.be rptiirnpH if -< WJ  *  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ����������**>��is0��s>����������0��cae������0ft  pINES AND MINING 1  0 *  * ��  0000000000000 0000W000 00090  At Bendigo, Australia, the deepest  gold mining in the world is being carried on, some shafts going down  nearly 4,500 feet.  H. Bunting left on Monday last to  ��ake charge of the work being done  at the Boundary Mining and Exploration company's coal mine near Midway.    There has just been issued by the  Ontario Department of Mines the  ireport which was made by Mr. A. A.  Coles, M. E., upon his return   from  fthe Porcupine district on December  20, last year. As there was at least a  ifoot of snow on the ground at the  Ftime of his visit, Mr. Coles saw only  ' some of the best known properties,  'these being the Wilson, Tiller, Gil-  [ lies, Hollinger, Davidson and Banner-  Lman.  On all of these  I  saw free gold  in place," says   Mr.   Coles.     "The  ���veins are composed for the   most part  .of rusty   quartz  with   a wall rock of  Lschist.    In southern Tisdale,   on the  Wilson, Miller, Gillies and Hollinger  the veins run northeast and southwest, and stand up in ridges above  the adjacent schist. Up to the north,  on the Bannerman and Davidson, the  veins are not so prominent. I was  told that much of the schist adjoining  the veins will also run in gold values.  Several of the veins that I saw will  average 25 feet in width, and the  large one on the Wilson I was told  would average 75 in width for at least  500 feet.  "Owing to the lateness of the  season when.these claims were staked,  very little work has yet been done on  them, but all the signs so far are  favorable for a good gold camp.  The rush has already started;  from 75 to 100 are getting off the train  at 222 daily, and this number will undoubtedly be greatly increased after  the holidays.  Options on some of the best properties have been granted to Messrs.  O'Brien and Timmins and large  forces of men are now asking their  way in.  THE LAST FENIAN  If yOU have a- Cough, do not neglect  jt; buy at once a bottle of Allen's Lung  Balsam.  13th Winter Carnival  ROSSLAND  Feb. 8-12, 1910  HANDSOME   RRIZES  Hockey Championship of B. C.  Ski Jumping Championship.  Skating Championship.  Every Known Winter Sport.  Masquerade and Dance.  Rossland, Feb. 812  Write to Secretary Carnival Committee for full information.  J  The "history ot the last Fenian  attempt to invade Ireland is recalled bv the death, of Capt. Augustine F. Costello, which occurred  recently in New York. In 1867  the Fenians chartered the brigan-  tine Jacknel, commanded by John  F. Kavauagb, an ex-brigadier of  the American Civil War. Some  50 Fenians, who had seen service  in the civil war, boarded the vessel off Sandy Hook. The cargo  consisted of three guns and 5,000  stand of arms concealed in piano  cases, sewing machine cases and  wine barrels. When at sea the  vessel hoisted the green flag with  the Fenian emblem of the sunburst, changed her name to Erin's  Hope, and made for Ireland instead of Cuba. The expedition  ended in,disastrous failure. When  the brigantine had been 60 days  at sea the provisions were running  short, some of the party were  landed at Dungarveu, while the remainder, with the arms, returned  to New York. The return voyage  occupied 47 days, and only bread  and water remained in the way  of provisions. The men who had  landed in Ireland were arrested,  and Messrs. Warren and Costello  were tried for treason and felony.  They were Irishmen by birth but  naturalized Americans. Warren  was sentenced to 15 vears and  Costello to 12 years' penal servitude, but an amnesty was granted  some time afterwards. The trial  of these men led to an alteration  in the English law as to perpetual  allegiance, and the Naturalization Act was passed.���Vancouver  World.  EASE FOR PILES!  "I Used to Suffer, but-  This is the experience of a lady who  used to suffer from this terrible ail  merit, but found a cure. The writer  is Mrs. E. Boxall, of 97 Scott St., St.  Thomas. She says: "I consider it my  duty to write of the benefits derived  from using Zam-Buk. For some  months I was a constant sufferer from  bleeding piles. I used a great many  ointments, but got no relief until I  tried Zam-Buk. It cured me, and I  have had no return of the trouble.  * ��� ��^wiaed several  C RETURN OF THE JEWS  The proclamation of the constitution of Turkey has thrown  open the doors of Palestine to  the incoming Jews trom all parts  of the world. In Jerusalem one-  fourth of the population of 100,-  000 now belong to the Jewish  faith, while at Jaffa, I'iberias,  Safed and Hafia Jews are reckoned by tens of thousands.  Almost the whole extensive plain  of Esdraelon has been bought by  them.  Their prosperous colonies  spread from Dan to Beersheba  and even south to the outskirts of  Egypt. Thousands are escaping  from Persia to find shelter and  protection in the holy land. While  every ship from Odessa carries  hundreds of them.  A LONG RIDE  The Russian minister of war  has received a report of the arrival in Riepin, Plotak province,  of Lieutenant Shikutak, after a  ride of 2.403 miles without a  change of horses. Both horses  and rider finished in excellent  condition. Lieutenant Shikutak,  using an ordinary officer's mount,  rode from Eiepin to St. Petersburg to. attend the annual festival of the military order of St.  George, of which he is a chevalier, and returned, averaging a  little over 48 miles per day. He  was 50 days en route.  MONSTER AIRSHIP  Count Zeppelin, whose aerial  flights in dirigible balloons have  attracted world-wide attention, is  planning a monster airship capable of carrying 300 persons, and  which it is proposed to use in a  passenger service to be established between Hamburg and London.  A service also will be maintained  from Hamburg to Cologne and  Baden Baden.  The craft will be 940 feet iu  length and about 85 feet in diameter. It will be driven by eight  motors.  AN AMAZING GUN  Full particulars of the 13 5  inch gun for the new battleships  are interesting. It weighs eighty  to eighty-five tons, is fifty calibre long, and fires a shell of 1,250  pounds. It should be able to perforate 15 inches of Krupp steel  armor with ease at seven miles'  distance, which is the limit of  visibility at sea for gunnery purposes in fine weather.  Mount Rainier is to be featured  by the advertising matter of the  Milwaukee railway this vear, and  it is predicted that before long it  will be the goal of as many tourists as Pike's Peak and other well  known western mountains. A  handsome booklet of Rainier is  in preparation and it will be distributed extensively through the  eastern and central states.  II You  fih.  Have lung Troubles.  Have Lost Flesh.  Are Threatened with Consumption.   T.y  "fh  i  ITmde JInrk)  Miss Clark, Supt. Grace Hospital, Toronto, writes they have  used it with the best results.  50c. and SI.00 Bottlos.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  J*J*J**J��&J*J*J*J*J*J*JIJlJfi#J* JIJtdtJtJIJIjIJIJtJIjKjtJtJIJt^jt^  ��Y5TER COCKTAILS  AT THE  WINDSOR HOTEL  greenwood, b. c.  Oren Day and Night  ERNIE CARTER, Manager  If you are in a generally "Run  Down "Condition: consequent upon  the effects af a la grippe, take "The  D. & h." Emulsion. It will soon restore you to health again.  Trouble never comes singly to  a bigamist.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never  disappoints those who use it for obstinate coughs, colds and irritations of  the throat and lungs. It stands unrivalled as a remedy for all throat and  lung diseases. Sold by all druggists  and dealers.  "I had a new hat sent home  todav!" exclaimed the editor's  wife, "aud it is a poem."  "That's what it is all right," replied the editor, "aud it goes  back."���Philadelphia Record.  Happy is the man who is too  deaf to hear what others say  about him.  *  LADIES  &H&M  HI  Do you want (��lb iEnrjltslj initial note $  paper and envelopes to write your \  letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate i  M  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  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 <Sc LAING, Prs.  l^vj  u  ��*��5<^M1  COMPANY,   LTD.  ..'���&,  t>UQ  BUY STOCK  IN  THE  ARGO  MINING  and  tunnel  oomrany,  LIMITED.  25 Cents a Share  :apital Stock $125,000, Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each.  A  NON-PERSONAL  LIABILITY  low running a tunnel <in 200 feet)  under valuable claims adjoining  Greenwood Townsite  on  Since my cure 1 nav'C  _..  others suffering' from the piles  to use  Zam-Buk, and  in  each instance have  had satisfactory results "  If you suffer from this ailment apply  Zam-Buk at night before retiring, and  you will be satisfied with the trial! A  contributory case of piles is often con-  stiptation, and a mild laxative will  greatly aid the operation of Zam-Buk.  For fistula, infiammed patches, and  sores due to blood posoning, etc., Zam-  Buk is equally effective. It is a soothing, cooling balm, which stimulates  the cells beneath the epidermis and  epithelium to natural action. It re  lieves the tension which in the case of  piles causes such acute agony, and in  all respects will be found eminently  satisfactory.  Zam-Buk is also a cure for eczema,  ulcers, cuts, burns, bruises, rashes, I  chapped hands, frost bite, cold sores,  bad leg, etc. All druggists and stores  sell at 50c. box, or post free for price  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  The Kansas woman who called  her husband a jackass and then  got mad because he referred to  her as his "better half," does not  seem to know the tneaningof the  word justice.  It's all right for a man to hold  three or four queens in a game ot  cards���but not in tbe game of  love.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is not  a common, every-day cough mixture.  It is a meritorious reniedy for all the  troublesome and dangerous complications resulting from cold in the head,  throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all  druggists and dealers.  Texas now proudly announces  the marriage of Miss Maude Cue  and Mr. Alex Cumber. After  which Cupid had cholera morbus.  Some men are like the watches  I we give to little children, with a  FIFTY  THOUSAND  Stiii^w  Of the capital stock of this Company are offered for sale  at  25 Cents Per Share, $1.00 Par  To provide funds for tbe development of its coal properties near Midway.  The company owns the coal rights of 2,4S8 acres of land and has options on  three square miles additional. Work has been done in development continuously since  September 2, and a tunnel is now being driven to cross-cut three seams which show on  the surface. Coal can be delivered from the mouth of this tunnel to the C. P. K.  tracks below by gravity.  Development work done thus far is as follows:  One prospecting tunnel on the surface of the seam, 50 feet in length.  One shaft and drifts, about 45 feet, all in the coal seam.  One shaft and incline, following the proven seam to the depth of 80 feet.  An analysis of the surface coal returns 66 per cent carbon and only 3 percent ash.  The Company owns pther properties, including fruit lands, mineral claims,  options on mineral claims, mines and timber limits. Its coal holdings alone are  considered worth'more than its issued capital stock, An investment in this stock at  the present price should be immensely productive.  This is an opportunity of which you should take advantage without delay.  Send applications or write for inforniation to  I i [III ft. 1,  ^-o&J mmmmfmmm  THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  TOWN TOTICS  ���  PoWder  A pure grape cream of  tartar powder. Its fame  IsworkUwide. No alum,  no  phosphatic acid.  There is never a question as to the absolute  purity and healthful**-  ness of the food it raises.  Joe Chenier left last  week  Yahk, B. C.  A masquerade ball at   Terry's  hall, Midway, tonight.  Remember the Rossland winter  carnival February 8 to 12.  D.      A.    McDonald     returned  Tuesday night from Spokane.  W. McMillan, of Oroville, was  in and out of town this week.  I Crawford,  merchant  of Rock  Creek, visited town this week.  Mrs. Minkler left on  Monday  last to visit a sister in Detroit.  R. G. Sidley, of Sidley,   was a  visitor to Greenwood   this  week.  FOR   SALE  Light set of Sleighs.with box, suitable for two seats S 40.00  1 3-8 Spring Wagon, good   as  new  150.00  Morse. Blankets, new, per  pair  $6 to 10.00  1 Set  Single  Harness, good...       18.00  1 Set Double  Harness, good as new       30.00  Sleigh   Runners ifor  go  carts  and baby carriages,  perset   Fur Coat, Bison   Bulgatian black lamb   $1 to 2.00         24.00  Fur Coat      30.00  iu ton lots, at store, for cash only  -, worth $100 to  22.00  Oat Hay, A-No. 1,  1 10 year-old Horse, balky as h-  Ihe right man      40.00  1 fi.year-old Horse, worth six   bits     150.00  A.L.  The Stove and Furniture Man  Greenwood, B. C.  R. L. Pickering is the new  manager of the B. C. Telephone  Co.  Spencer Bennerman. of Midway, was a visitor to Greenwood,  on Tuesday.  Rossland winter carnival, February 8-12. Reduced transportation rates.  A mortgage sale of property  in Anaconda is advertised to  take place ou February 21st.  Our very worthy contempory,  the Ledge, has moved to new  quarters in the Rendell Block.  D. Whitfiside, Barrister of  Grand Forks, attended County  Court in Greenwood this week.  F. H. Knight and a party .of  Grand Forks mining men, visited  the Midway coal mine this week.  Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop have  moyed to Vancouver, where Mr.  Dunlop has secured a good position.  R. Lawrence, agent for the  Scranton Correspondence School  system, visited Greenwood this  week.  The Ladies of St. Jude's Guild  will meet next Tuesday afternoon  at the house of Mrs. W. G. McMynn.  Was she to blame, last  night?  Tonight\an^v.topip^i^4|ij  'tbnuni.;'';-i#'';'':*''''^  4th, with a number of fancy  dress costumes for hire for the  masquerade balls Feb. 4 aud Feb.  14.  W. B. Willcox, formerly of the  Phoenix Pioneer, is now a member of the Franklin Press, successor to the Commercial Press  and the Spokane Printing Co., of  Spokane.  C. H. Carapata, for some time  a piovincial constable with  headquarters at Greenwood, has  resigned and" will live in Vancouver, having- left for that place  this week.  Times are good at Oroville of  late,, at least as -far as railroad  building is concerned. The road  to Pentictoa will be built this  suriiraer in all probability, giving  Oroville four outlets.  Miss Goddard and Miss Dynes  returned last Saturday from a  visit to Spokane. While there  they heard Harry Lauder sing to  a $7,500 house and claim it was  well worth the money.  The Mother Lode Stage Co., has  combined the morning and afternoon trips into one. The stage  leaves the Mother Lode at 9.30  a. m., returning at 2 p. m. The  evening schedule is as before.  James McCreath, proprietor of  the Greenwood Liquor Co., returned on Wednesday from an  extended trip to Princeton. Hedley and other points in the Similkameen. He reports business as  being exceptionally good.  Robert Johnson, farmer of  Anarchist mountain, was a visitor to Greenwood this week.  Mr. Johnson was school teacher  at Carson in the early days and  one of -the original owners of  the Calumet claim in Wellington  camp.  The judges appointed to sit. on  the conciliation board, in re the  arbitration case between the B.  C. Copper Co., and the Miner's  Union, are: John Mclnnis, tor  the Miner's Union; J. A. Mara,  for the B. C. Copper Co., and  J. H. Senkler, of Vancouver, for  the Government.-.;.-.-.--  MINERAL ACT CHANGES  The Department of   Mines is  sending out to all interested persons a notice directing attention  to the following  amendment to  the   Mineral   Act,  which comes  into   force   on   April  1:    "The  owner or agent of the owner of a  mineral claim for which the mining   recorder's   certificate, under  form one of the schedule to this  act,   has   been    granted   shall,  within three   months   from  the  date of such certificate, make application   to   the gold   commissioner   for a certificate  of improvement, and in default of such  application   being   made   within  such time, such mining recorder's  certificate  under  form one shall  lapse    and   become    absolutely  void."   McCREA^DICKINSON  Married���At Coeur d'Alene,  Idaho, Margaret, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrea, to  Harcourt P, Dickinson, of Rossland, B. C, on Tuesday, January  25th.  Allen's  Lung Balsam  Contains no CpJum.  Is the one Safe and Effective  ,   Cough Remedy for gencr.-il i  fr.tijily use         ' H  DAVIS & LAWRENCB CO., Montreal.  wSammamimsia^aaammaaatsaaaaaasasaaaa%s'  FOR SALE���Furniture.   Apply   at  residence of F. D. Homegreen, Gold st.  ^?HiHf!!HV!^^!?!mmmmmn^H?mmmmmmmmmm^  We have just received a  shipment of Clocks of the very  newest designs in Marbelized  Wood, Enameled Wood and Mis*  sion Finish. Also something  very nifty in Mantle Clocks.  j JL Eogati $ Co* J  I   matchmakers and 3eweler$ 1  ^riiuiiiuiiUiiaiiUiiiiUiu^iUiUiuiuiiiiauiiuauuiUiUiumss:  i  .;/ft&:��*"45*J^**^  I  !  ���A  ^  #  BUY YOUR MILK   FROM  THE   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED   MILK   A SPECIALTY  Fred   Jenks,   Prop'r.  ��  ;' rffr:yrjfxy~y~x-x:  'm&���&w-#^^%wmm>m$.\  John Barclay'is 0illL:ifti^  kane, with his "Brothers';-:W  M. Barclay, real estateagentsand  brokers.  J. D. Spence, tbe well known  Greenwood barrister, left for the  coast, on Wednesday, on legal  business.  There will be a dance at Harry  Pittendngh's Hotel, Rock Creek,  on February 4th.'' A large attendance is expected.  Mr. and Mrs. McAdam, of  Vancouver, are visiting Mrs.  McAdam's father, J. McDougall,  at Greenwood tbis week.  7'he annual genera] meeting of  shareholders of the B. C. Copper  Co. Ltd. will be held on February 8th, at Chareleston, Va.  The first annual meeting of  the Conservation Commission was  held in the Carnegie Library, at  Ottawa, January 18 to 21 this  year.  II. W. Farmer, of Rock Creek,  was a visitor to Greenwood this  week, and reports many inquiries  for laud in the Kettle River  Valley.  Fred Honey, of Red River, N.  D,, is a visitor to Greenwood this  week. Mr. Honey was secretary  of the Winnipeg Mines Ltd., in  the early days.  A. E. Ashcroft, surveyor, a  former resident of Greenwood,  now on the Coldstream ranch,  Vernon, paid a visit to Greenwood this week,  B. N. Ouimette has succeeded  A. L Swanberg as head bookkeeper at the Mother Lode mine.  Mr. Swanberg has moved to  Wellington camp.  If you are interested in cattle  and farm implements, don't forget the Auction sale at tne ranch  of Messrs Loach and Somers,  Myncaster, on February 8.  C. C. Anderson, ol Northport,  will be in Greenwood Feb. 3 and  rsaaynigac wasa-hiige  fjj^ccsss*-^for..GreeniWfibd^-&oJwdii-  ands down. The Greenwood  goal keeper is tough and the  piling of both teams on his back  in his own goal did no material  damage. Walter Murray received a nasty blow from the  puck but is convalescent.  B* ���^i^^ffi^yj^^&g^^.ii^^  FOR RENT  Three room furnished house, water  and electric lights in the house, south  of Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, we  pay water rent, $15 per month.  Five room furnished house, water  and electric light in house, south of  Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, $21.50  per month.    We pay water rent.  Three room furnished house, by  Chas. Kinney's residenca, electric  lights and water, $15 per month, We  pay water rent.  Residence property for sale on easy  payments. A. L*. Whits.  WANTED  Good, live business  of any description.    Must be a paying proposition.  Vaxcouvkr Locators,  Loo Block, Vancouver, B, C,  FOR SALE  A horse, 1,000 pounds, buggy, cutter,  single harness, riding saddle and bridle.   All for $175 cash.    Apply to  Boundary Creek Times office.  For Sala or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.    A.  h. White, Phone 16.  Books, and more Books. See the  display in the window this week. Price  not considered. Do you want some  cheap reading? The O. I. C. 2nd-Hand  Dump, phone IS, A. L. White.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniiuremati^,,.  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  ���).!,i~-\,i-��  ���;:>^v;,'��t;.V.;rK.-\fe.';S.  ���S^-S-jiStmi'iiiSlsAu-Ss'r:  KM0&&  In WeliiiBjg^^nip. The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and equipement now found there  on.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. Cor.DWEi.1,,  Brandon, Manitoba.  MORTGAGE SALE OF  VALUABLE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY1  Under and by -rirtue of the Power of Sale  contained in a certain mortgage, which will lie  produced at the time of sale, there will he  offered for sale by public auction, on Monday,  the 21st day of February, 1910, at eleven o'clock  in the forenoon, by James Birnie, ol the court  house, Greenwood, B. C. the following property:  Lots 4, 5,6 and 7, in Block 24 (Map 24), Town  of Anaconda, upon which is erected a one-story  dwelling' house, and outbuilding's and other  improvements.  For further particulars and condition of sale  apply to Harris & Bull, Vendor's Solicitors,  Bank of B. N. A. building-, Hastings street,  Vancouver, B. C; James Birnie, Sheriff, Greenwood, B. C, or E. T. Wickwire, Greeuwood.  B.C.       "  NOTICE OF SHERIFF- SALE  OOMING  J. G. and AGGIE MARION  STUTT Z  With the great play  "Was She To Blame"  THREE  NIGHTS  New play each night, starting  January 27  '      AT THE  GreenwoodAuditorium  In the County Court of Yale, holden at Green  wood, between W. A. Keith and F.F. Ketchum,  trading as W. A. Keith & Co., plaintiffs, and  Hug-h Cropley, defendant.  TAKE NOTICE That I have, by virtue of a  warrant of execution, issued out of tbe County  Court of Yale, holden at Greenwood, dated tbe  30th day of December, 1909, directing tbe slier  iff of that portion of tlie county of Yale, not  comprised within tbe Grand Forks and Greenwood Electoral Districts, to make and levy by  distress aud sale of the goods and chattels of  the above named defendant, Huirh Cropley, the  sum of six hundred and fifty-nine dollars, fifty-  eight cents ($659.58) and costs, to satisfy a judgment obtained by thi? above named plaintiffs  against the above named defendant for debt ami  costs, taken in execution anil will sell, at tho  Court House at Greenwood, at eleven o'clock,  forenoon, on Thursday, the 17th day of February, 1910, the interests of the above named defendant iu the Homestake and Wellington  Fraction irineral claitta, situated at Wallace  mountain, Beaverdell, Greenwood Mining  division of Yale district, unless the amount of  said warrant and costs has previously been  paid to me.  Terms of sale, cash.  JAMES S. BIRNIE, Deputy Sheriff.  Dated this 10th day of January, 1910.  NOTICE  In the matter of the Land Registry Act, and  in the matter of the Title lo an undivided one-  third interest in Lot 1353. Group I, *' Palmetto"  mineral claim, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  WHEREAS, the Certificate of Title to the  above hereditaments, being Certificate No.  7058A. in the name of Moses Burns, has been  destroyed, and application has been made to  me for a duplicate thereof,  NOTICE is hereby (riven that a duplicate  Certificate of Title to the ^.''ove hereditaments  will oe issued at the expiration of one mouth  from the date of the first publication hereof  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  contrary is made to me in writing.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Keiristrar.  Land Registry office, Kamloops, B. C, December 30,1909. ���  We  carry a nice  line of BOY'S  SHOES,   just the   thing  for  the  School Boy,    They are  A^No, 1  J  goods and  PRICES RIGHT  Russell-Law Caulfield Co.,Lt��  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES and FURNISHINGS  Palace Livery Stable;  The Fte  Turnouts in  in  Euro wen  DRAYING���-We Can Move Anything  P. C.  BUCKLES'      PROPRIETOR   F. JAYNES  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  SPRINGW00D TE  The Regular 50c Grade for  45c Per Poun  Just the thing  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHSK  Greenwood Ciquor goi  IMPORTERS' GREENWOOD  ^^^^^i^'^i^&^i^^&^Si&^^^^^S^']  ARE Y0U BRY^  I  f  11  il-  I!  I  I        BEER        BEER       BEER      j  Beer  Beer  Beer  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Coi  JOURNALS, DAY BOOKS,  LEDGERS MEMO BOOKS  OFFICE AND POCKET DIARIES FOR 1910  Canadian Almanacs, 1910 Whittakefs Almanacs,1910  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,   KODAKS  AND SUPPLIES!


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