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 *jt^,Vi��J'i>t;>if'.l ii -'.>��>:���  mWWI-W  JkWMk  if 1     ^<r<4<!4!f  T'fc-  I*  ^OL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, JUI,Y 22. 1910.  No. 46  WATCH THIS SPACE  NEXT ISSUE  Russell-Lai Caulfield Co���Ltd.  GROCERIES,!'  CROCKERY,     HARDWARE,  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS.  m\  -Greenwood's Big  Furniture Stole  ���%>  OUR.VALUES IN  J  Cari't->l5e beaten.    Agents for  Ostermoor, Florida Felt and Health Mattresses  ���' ' ' Several clieapef grade's always in stock.;  Ev^ything in the Furniture Line.  PRICE OF AIR  NAVIGATION  The world is paying ^c?.'"  in hnnian life Jo: wharkjearii.-.  GREENWOOD  CITY COUNCIL  ^m  ihe City  Gc  Oi id ay  RAILWAY  CONSTRUCTION  'n  in regi  i^iivnia  s��I. Gulley & Co.  JSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  , .;3��iaiHU-.S"��*W��OauB��KE^  f^?^ ''!ito*�� ���^���^JTS^���. .'.  P^FQK SUMMER  i  iSanitol Cream  Cream  te Snow  tosmeo Cream  Dairsrett & Ramsdell's Cream  Milkweed Cream  Malvina Cream  Exora Cream  THOMAS' WITCH HAZEL CREAM  Talcum Powders, Tallet Waters,  * Shampoos, Etc.  Thomas Drug and Music Co. j]  science of navigating;..1tS��|t&r..   France  and Germany have contributed to the  number of   victims  to this  science,  and now  the most famous and successful of British aviators has met his  fate.    Hon. Chas.  S.   Rolls  was no  reckless  and   wanton   experimenter,  but a diligent student and exponent of  the art and craft of air navigation.   In  other days he was one  of the leading  long   distance   contestants  in   motor  contests.    Many lives have been lost  in these exciting competitions.    The  motor car, the balloon and  the aeroplane have not caused  many fatal accidents in the early  stages  of invention and discovery.    The  same  may  be said of the^raiivvay  train  and the  steam* hip.    It is^only  afrer custom  gi*, es the 'operator confidence, and he  begins^to work his machine in a familiar way that the  period of peril arrives.    Mr. Rolls .had crossed and re-  crosstcl- the  channel  in  his airship.*  He had practiced all  the  movements  of which these machines are supposed  to oe  capable.    At  the time  of the  accident he was competing for a prize  given for movements of precision and  was trying to land* gracefully at a given  spot by a spiral  descent from a considerable height.    It was not a  mistake or loss  of nerve, but a failure of  the machine  itself which  caused the  accident.      The  biplane broke  and  dropped to the  earth  with  the navigator benerth it.    Air  navigation appears to be exposed to this  particular  peri! mure than any other transportation agencies.    The man who flies in  the air is subject to most of the other  dangers, with the  added risk occasioned by the law of gravitation.   The  seaman,   wit on  wrecked,  may keep  himself   afloat on  fragments of   his  craft,   or  for a  time  by swimming.  The train  or motor wreck gives to  castaways some chance to be picked  up alive.    A wreck in mid air reduces  these chances to a minimum.    But  the death of one or a dozen  aviators  will not lessen the enthusiasm  for air  navigation.    The  number of mountain climbers increases with each year's  record of disasters.    Each  disastrous  polar expedition added to the  eagerness of Arctic explorers.   This years  heavy death list will but  make future  adventurers and  experimenters  more  enthusiastic.    There, are many   elements which go to give this Vocation  a peculiar .fascination.    Among  others is the fact that '' where the path  is dangerousv known,   the   danger's  self is lure alone."���Daily News.  ,.nd all ti  :.IU :::-.r:.  ���jemg  tne n  prt--i'i>*.  Moved by Alderman Sater, seconded by Alderman Buckless, that the  minutes of the last regular and two  adjourned meetings be adopted as  read.    Carried.  Mr. F. W. McLrine addressed the  council in re the Auditorium license,  and asked that it be reduced, stating  that it was impossible for the owners  to pay the license as stated in the bylaw.  Moved by Alderman Sutherland,  seconded by Alderman Dixon, that  Bylaw No. 5, so far as the Auditorium was concerned, be suspended for  one week.    Carried.  The council ordered that every person found sprinkling lawns, except  between the hours of 7 and 8 p. m.,  that the service be cut off without  further notice.  The Finance committee reported  the following accounts as correct:  S. H. McConnell, $14; Nelson  News, #20.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Sutherland, that  the report be accepted and the accounts paid.    Carried.  The mayor asked for three months'  leave of absence.  Moved by Alderman Craig, sec"  onded by Alderman Buckless, that  the mayor be granted three months'  leave of absence, and that Alderman  Sutherland be appointed acting mayor.  Carried.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Buckless, that the  council adjourn.    Carried.  DEVASTATING  FOREST FIRES  Railway competition in rates is, un-  , der normal conditions, a myth.  Competition in service and  for territory is  a reality.  At the last provincial election Premier McBride proposed to create conditions that would lead to competition  between railways for territory in British Columbia, as a means of securing  railway construction. He thought  this was a better way than giving  bonuses to railways which would not  create such conditions.  The result he predicted has come  even more rapidly than could have  been anticipated.  The opposition proposed to bonus  the G. T. P. to build from its main  line to Vancouver. Without getting  any bonus the G. T. P. is now hastening work on its plans for building  such a line in order not to be too long  behind tbe C. N. R.  Again the opposition proposed to  bonus a line through Hope mountain.  Already as a result of the Kettle River  Valley legislation the Hill road is  building such a line without any bonus.  That is not the end of the importance of securing construction of the  Kettle River road. Not only will it  give us a shorter line to the coast, but  it will also give to Nelson and the  Kootenay a place on a through line  from the. prairie to tidewater.  The C. P. R. is spending a million  dollars this year on its line in this district. Is that simply to improve it for  the purpose of local traffic or is it to  get the line in shape for through traffic?���Nelson News.  SIRWMD  HERE BEFORE  TEN YEARS AGO  (Prom Boundary Creek Times of July 22, 1900)  The Trail and Granby smelters  are competing for ores.  Walter Smith, a well known  miner, died of pneumonia at tbe  Greenwood hospital.  More destructive forest fires than-  those mentioned elsewhere in this  issue are now in full blast between  Greenwood and Grand Forks. It is  almost one continuous blaze, particularly up the North Fork of Kettle  rivtr, extending from Smelter lake,  at intervals, to Lynch creek, and has  destroyed millions of feet of valuable  timber. Among others to suffer the  greatest loss will be Robinson & I.e-  quimc, whose lumber camps and timber li'mifs are almost completely destroyed, entailing a loss of many  thousands of dollars.  A fishing party from Grand. Forks,  after breakfasting, started fishing, but  was quickly aware of the fire where  they had so lately camped. They  barely got to the spot in time to save  their horses, but their rig and outfit  was entirely consumed.  Last Sunday was spent by owners  of property at the east end of Grand  Forks in combatting the fires which  threatened to annihilate the Burrell  orchards, Attwood & Kerman's nurseries, Mclntyre, Massie and Hanson's fruit ranches, but with large  help from the town, and the wind  veering round, they very luckily escaped.  It is reported that the Lardo district has  suffered  fearfully,   and  the  whole district from Nakusp to Kootenay Landing is being swept clean by  the flames.  TENNIS TOURNAMENT  Considerable local interest was  taken at the tennis courts last  Saturday when a mixed double  (handicap) tournament waB held.  Toward the end there were no  fewer than five couples in the  running for the prize, but Mrs  Proctor >. and Mrs. McMynn  Cj^.15), and Mrs. Bishop and Mr,  Purdy (scratch), came to the top  f  ������.wm  i  P. BURNS & CO.  I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  BRYAMV/MOORE  A very pretty wedding took  place at the home of the bride,  Aldergrove, B. C, June 28, 1910,  when the Rev. Thos. Oswald  united in the bonds of holy matrimony Miss S. M. Moore and  Mr. G. Havelock Bryant, eldest  son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bry-  anfc, of Greenwood, B. C. The  groom was supported by Mr. G.  A. Moore, brother of the bride,  and Miss Ruby Bryant, of Greenwood, B. C, sister of the groom,  jrn,ader a pretty bridesmaid. The  \ presents were numerous  showing the esteem  i*4 wiSc^.'the bride and groom are  held at Tiome and abroad.  Henry Sidley visits his brother wilh  24 &ames each  excitement  The London Times, contrastin  Sir. Wilfrid Laurier's present tou  through the West with his fahiou  campaigning trip of 1894, says :  Sixteen years ago there was a certain hopelessness in great portions of  the West. Papulation \v,is coming  in slowly, comniunica'ions were  scanty and inadequate, and the future  seemed dark. The Canadian Pacific  was a single-track line with comparatively few branches; it now h:is  branches in all directions, which art  added to every year, anil its main line  is being double-tracked. Jn addition,  the Canadian Northern and the Grand  Trunk Pacific arc rapidly opening up  vast territories, into which streams of  new settlers are pouring. What were  struggling towns sixteen years ago are.  now great and prosperous cities, wfnt  were villages are towns on the way o  be cities, what was prairie is co\  with townships. These places -m>-.\  with a rapidity which baffles all ou.-  Old World conceptions of agricultural life. While an English country  town is getting a few sheets of plate  glass in its principal strot't. a Canadian  village is equipping itself ..**- ��� tH theatres, public halls, elettrit u;..nways,  libraries and newspapers.'  BIG LACROSSE GAME  Ten thousand spectators witnessed the lacrosse game between  New Westminster and Montreal  last Saturday at New Westminster. Premier McBride faced off  the ball. After a very hotly contested game New Westminster  won bv a score of 10 to 4.  TO THE SOUTH POLE  Capt. Robert F. Scott, commander of the British Antarctic  expedition, has sailed for New  Zealand, where he will join the  others of his party on the exploration steamer Terra Nova. The  Terra Nova sailed from London  on June I for Cardiff where she  coaled and then continued to New  Zealand. Capt. Scott plans to  arrive at the south pole in December.  Robert,   at  Sidley,   B. C, whom  he has not seen for 30 years.  J. A. Cameron bafl leased the  Commercial hotel to Howe & McCreath, of the Lion Bottling  works.  A large gang of railway men  are busy ballasting the track to  Midway, and men are completing  the station house there.  The City Council gave notice  of a bylaw to close barber shops  on Sunday. License commissioners met and 23 hotels of Greenwood paid $4,600 into the city  treasury.  Hewitt Bostock, M. P., declines  to seek re-election as representative, having found that his private affairs suffered greatly by  his enforced absence while attending to parliamentary duties.  BRITAIN^JAPAN  Ten miles of the Kettle River  Valley railway in the Macdonell  & Gzowski section will be completed this year.  , The C. P. R. is reported to be  negotiating for the Kaslo & Slocan line.  It is reported that Japan will  not renew her alliance with Great  Britain| when the present treaty  expires, but will probably come  on to a tripple alliance with Germany, Austria and Italy. Meanwhile the Old Country is preparing for events, and is enlarging  her fortifications at Singapore.  Japan has another string to her  bow, and suggests a larger alliance which will include Turkey  as well as the others foremen-  tioned,    Japan is rushing things.  was at its height, as each had to  play against the other, and when  the result was two games both  couples were loudly applauded.  It was agreed to play it out, and  Mrs. Bishop and Mr. Purdy won.  Mrs. McMynn then gracefully  presented the prizes.  It would be unfair to pick out  who played the best tennis iu the  afternoon, and it would be an injustice to Mrs. Proctor if it were  not recorded that all the spectators were delighted with her play  in the last two game's. Everyone  enjoyed the afternoon ,and expressed a hope that another tournament would again be held.  K. V. EXTENSION  Merritt, B. C, is now the center  of railway movements. Surveying parties are now in the Cold-  water region planting final Btakes.  Clearing the road preparatory to  grading is now in progress. There  is a big demand for horse flesh  for the work. Contractors are  busy getting the camp in shape.  and the indications are that.tbey  mean business and intend to push  it lively.  C F. STORK  HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW STOCK OF  Shoes. Lawns, Silks, Lawn and Silk Blouses, Ladies'  and Children's Hosiery, Calicos, Laces, Embroideries, Curtains. Fancy Dress Goods,  Collars, Skirts, Underwear.  And please reserve your orders for our large and  up-to-date Fall Millinery, of which we have ,  purchased a large stock, which will be  presided over by>an experienced  and tasty millinery artist,  GREENWOOD, B. G.  '*-ki  Hot Weather Specials  3-quart"' White Mountain " Ice Cream Freezers.  4-quart "Twin " Ice Cream Freezers,  0-qnart *' White Mountain " Ice Cream  Freezers.  12 quart " White Mountain " Ice Cream Freezers,  Adjustable Window   Screens, large  50c each.  Adjustable Window Screens, small  35c each  Automatic " Hot Point " Electric Irons   $7,50  All Garden Hose, including " Moulded " Hose, at 25 p��T cent off.   .,  Genuine " Ball" Fruit Jars, 1 piut_ .{.  75c doz  Genuine " Ball " Fruit Jars, 1 quart.  90c dox  Genuine " Ball " Fruit Jars, V2 gallon *.   $1.20  When aged people phiv children's games, it's a sure indication that they want to be considered young.  Some politicians who wouiJ  shoot at bribe un ney will chase  bribe patronage.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  LIMITED  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  PHONE 9  **W"A��/ Aa/^*w'*w a  r ^VV'^VA^tf -*W **^*"V^'V^^> >  _-^j*cA_  m^ms^  i  } W.'.-*lJ����"��Mfc4*rtta-^��i'j3W*^^ .*��� &*ja j.  ���^liVfai.Otol.'St;  .���aMs^-^^^&^j^i^i^j^^^&V^^i  'i iniL. |F"'tmmnjnii,ii,x..j'i,  "v.  ygrmmmti^^  ..Bank of Montreal..  ESTABLISHED 1817  Rest.  .$12,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  Branches in London, Eng. | A^Sffl. f ���� Tort, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Traveller*' Credits, available In any partfcf tbe world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  **%  *=%  **%  *-ri  H?  fe-0  iK-0  xS  \umm2mmimmmmmmimmmmK  1836  THE BANK OF  1910  ���  British North America  74 Years In. Business, Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  The money is safer  in the Bank than in  yourhouse or pocket.  A   Checking  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 BrancWR. A. CHESTER, Manager.  cannot do it, for I have said on  my honor as a gentleman that 1  would never permit that man to  hold office." The duke replied:  "Your Majesty is not a gentleman; you are the sovereign of  England, and as such vou may  not consider your personal wishes  in a matter relating to the welfare of the state." To this the  king answered: "Well, if I  must I must." The Post adds  that the King of England as  king is not a gentleman nor even  an individual, but an institution.  It is just as well to keep this in  mind. Those who do will not be  likely to make as many errors as  certain would-be authorities on  political matters have been making lately.���The Colonist.  BONNIE SCOTLAND  Have You a  Bank Account?  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Bakkistkk, Solicitor:,  Notary Ptumc.  Cable Address:    ��� *' Hallett."  1 lied ford M'Neill's  Conns < Moreing- 4 Neal's  I Leiber's  QmsEiiwooD, B. C.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Barrister and Solicitor,  Rende'l   Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion  and Provincial  Land Surveyor,  Greenwood. B. C.  P. O. Box 57, l'linnc 32.  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER ORAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews'Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER & CO..  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Creek. B. C.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES  MASONIC  Regular monthly meetings of Greenwood  Lodge No. 28, A. F. & M., are held ou tbe first  Thursday of each month at Fraternity Hall,  Government street. Visiting- brethren cordially-  welcomed. W. ELSON, W. M. J. S. BIRNIE,  Secretary.  I. 0. O.  F.  Boundary Valley Lodge No. 38, meets every  Toesd.iy evening at 8 p. m. in the I. O. O F.  hall. F. E. BROIVN, N. G. GREY POND,  V. G. WALTER MURRAY. Rec. Sec. A  hearty welcome lo all visiting brothers.  KMCHTS OF PYTHIAS  Greenwood Lodge, 1C of P., meets every  Wednesday evening at 8 u. m. in K, P. Hail.  W. JOHNS, V.C AUSTIN LOGAN, K. of R.  and S.   WM. LAWSON, C C  are far below the average. The  crops of the provinces as a whole  will be below last year's total  despite the big increase of acre-  'igc.   INEFFICIENCY IN WAR  W. F. M.  Greenwood Miners' Union No. 22, meets every  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street,  at 7:30 p. m., and at Mother Lode mine every  Friday evening at-:.in p. m. LESTER MACKENZIE, Secretary.  REBEKAHS  Greenwood Rebekah Lodge No. l.u, 1. O. O. V.  meets first and third Mondays uf eacli mouth  at I O, O.F.Hall. MRS. THOMPSON. N. U.  MISS MAY BUCKLESS. V. (5. ROBERT  HALCROW. Rec. Sec.  If it were not so tragically sad,  it would be to laugh, sajs The  Engineering Magazine, to compare tbe Franco-Prussian war.  planned bv the master organizer  of the last century, with our own  inefficient, procrastinating, ignor-  antly managed and conducted  Civil War. dragging its weary  and exhausting length through  nearlv four years, bequeathing a  heritage of bate for forty years  which it took a foreign war to  assuage���bequeathing a stupendous pension burden, nine-tenths  of it the money penalty for inefficiency. In the American Civil  War each side was inspired by its  own lofty ideal���the South by  state rights, the North by hatred  of human slavery; but neither  side knew a single one of the 12  principles of efficiency, and so  each side hopelessly floundered.  Von Moltke knew all the 12 principles of efficiency, and for him  war was a serious business undertaking, not a frolic nor a fizzle,  and because it was a business undertaking Bismarck, charged, up  every pennv of its cost to France,  presented the bills and collected  payment, $1,000,000,000. with interest added, besides taking two  provinces (Alsace and Loraine),  as a fair profit on a business  venture.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  The late kings funeral cost the  nation $202,500.  The Liberals gaitied  one  seat  in the Manitoba election.  An international meeting was  hald in Detroit recently to arrange for a trip to Bonnie Scotland, to include Scots from alJ  parts of the United States and  Canada. The international com-  mittpe having the matter in  charge expects to book 2,000 on  a specially chartered steamer to  go from New York  or Montreal,  The trip is regarded as the  greatest event iu the annals of  Scottish doings in America. A  reception committee has already  been appointed by the Lord Provost of Glasgow and Inverness to  ^ive the homegoers a royal Highland welcome. The tour will  include Edinburgh and all points  of interest in Scotland. A feature of the trip will bo a visit to  Skibo castle by special invitation  from Andrew <'arnegie.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liyer  Tablets gently stimulate the liver and  bowels to expel poisonous matter,  cleanse the system, cure constipation  and sick headache. Sold by all ctrug--  t'isls and rle.ilers.  THE SUNSET  In the pastyear Canadians consumed 4��0,000,000 cigarettes.  Winnigeg assessment places the  population at 132,000 people.  Custom officers at Vancouver  have made a seizure ot opium  valued at $3000.  The King and Queen of England it is rumoured, may make a  tour of the Empire.  Au issue of Labador postage  stamps to the value of $400,000  has been declared forgeries.  Great preparations are being  made at Victoria, to eive Premier  Lanrier a splendid reception.  Five aeronauts were dashed to  death by the collapse of another  passenger dirigible, in Prussia.  Troops have.been rushed from  Halifax to quell the disturbances  at Springhill mines, Nova Scotia.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  Utucd �������rv Tridav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pn YilK    2 00  Six Mohthh  1 25  TO FOKBIOH COOHTKIH8  2 SO  ^UNION  FRIDAY. JULY 22,1910.  CROP CONDITIONS  The Manitoba crop will not average ten bushels. Saskatchewan  reports a better showing, though  tiue southeast section has suffered  ���severely.  Regina's prospects arc fair for  a good yield, and the same may  be said of the province south of  Qu'Appeile valley from the Manitoba boundary to the west of  Moosejaw.  Reports from further west in  Swift Current districts are conflicting, but general impressions  are that crops will be much below  ihe average.  North of Qu'Appeile  the crops  HOUSE CLEANING  Tlie renovation of the printing  bureau   at  Ottawa   will   have  a  good effect all round   apparently.  It will be in the   interests of the  country generally   and  beneficial  to the  employees   in   the department.    As the Toronto Star says:  "Humankind   has no   sympathy  with the man who kicks  another  when he is down, nor should there  be any mercy for the  usurer who  takes advantage of the poverty of  a fellow  man   to  keep him poor.  The lending of money at usurious  rates is a form  of white  slavery  which seems to have   fastened its  grip upon many of the civil servants at Ottawa."  EDITORIAL COMMENT  The Woman Suffrage bill before the House of Commons, in  England, has had its second reading.    At New Orleans, a Black Hand  assassin after killing his victim,  is killed instantly by his victims  daughter.         The Grand Trunk Pacific will  start out two survey parties at  once to locate the approach to  Vancouver.  The University commission has  at yet given no intimation of  their choice of a site for the provincial university.  TERRIBLE FIRE  The town of Campbell ton, N.  B., a central or divisional point  of the Intercolonial Railway,  about midway between St. John  and Quebec, has been entirely destroyed by fire. Five lumber  mills and other wood working factories, the Intercolonial depot and  workshops were burned and the  entire railway track through the  city was ruined. The postoffice,  Royal Bank, Bank of New Brunswick, Bank of Nova Scotia, Custom house, several churches and  every store and industry have disappeared. The loss is about $3,-  000,000.  DIED A PROTESTANT  The Vancouver Saturday Sunset  hasf issued a splendidly illustrated,  beautifully printed and highly optimistic number in celebration, of its third  anniversary. "Bruce" is confident  that Vancouver will speedily become  the first city of the Pacific coast and  predicts that Mr. J. J. Hill's alleged  prophecy that there will.be half a  million people dweljhw^on the inlet  inside of fifteen''yearftojU come true.  We hope it will. There is this to be  said of the: people of Vancbuver���  there is no limit to either their ambition or their enthusiasm. Yet booming may be carried to extremes, as  many an older city than Vancouver  has found out. Rational-minded persons, some times called pessimists,  will perhaps rise and proclaim their  belief that a city of half a million people set down in the midst of a province of less than that number of people would be a business anachronism.  Yet business miracles are not unknown  in these peculiar latter days.���Victoria  Times.  Sufferers from rheuruatisni lind instant relief in " The D & L." Menthol  Plaster, Be sure and get the genuine.  Made by Davis & Laweuce Co.  Village constable (to villager,  who has been knocked downtby  passing motor cyclist) ��� You  didn't see the number, but could  you swear to the man? Villager  ���I did; but I don't think 'e'eard  me.���Punch.  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  druggists.  DoYouleelThisWay?  Do you feel ell tired outP   Do you sometimes  think you jnst can't work away at your profession or trade any longer P   Do you have a poor-ape- .  tite, and  lay awake at nights unable to sleep?   Are  your nerves all gone, and your stomach too? ' Has an-  bition to forge ahead in the world left you?   If ��o, you r".  might as well put a ctop to your misery.   You can do it if   1  you will.     Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will  make you a different individual.   It will set your lazy liver;  to work.     It will set things right  in your  stomach, and  your appetite will come back.   It will purify your blood.  If there is any tendency in your family toward consumption,  it will keep that dread destroyer away.   Even after ccj*v.  * sumption has almost gained a foothold   in the form   of'a  '"&' lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about a  . i core in 98 per cent, of all cases. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce,  i�� of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice is given free to all who wish to write him. His  ���5$ great success has come from his wide experience and varied practice.  ;���_' Don't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into taking inferior substi-  �� tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "just as good." Dr.  'f Pierce's medicines are op known composition. Their every ingredient printed  >���{ on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no habit-  ,     forming drugs.    World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.  ^��������4��4��4��4��4����*fr**^i��4��4��4��4��4��4��4'i>��fr>f��'frK  A letter is published in London  trom tbe Archbishop of Canterbury to the Dean of Quebec, of  date Julv 4, referring to a paragraph in a New York paper, reporting that the late King Ed-  wrrd died a "Roman Catholic. The  Archbishop says the report iB preposterous and baseless.  The world's most successful medicine  for bowel complaints is Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  It has relieved 'more pain and suffering', and saved more lives than any  other medicine in use. Invaluable for  children and adults. Sold by all druggists and dealers;  A Maryland farmer in plowing  his land ran into a coffin containing remains, and a cache of $32,-  000,    He quit work at once.  The earthquake at Munich  caused great terror, a number of  buildings were destroyed but no  lives lost. In the surrounding  districts a few lives were lost and  many injured.  Apropos of some comment that  has lately been made in the British press as to the things he will  not do, the Liverpool Post recalls  the story of the great Duke of  Wellington. The duke, then  prime minister, wished Mr. Canning called to the ministry, and  on his making this request of  George IV., the latter  said:    "I  The Canadian marksmen Capt,  Campbell, of the Eight Argyle  regiment, was second highest,  and Sergeant Morris was third  in the competition for the Kings  cup at Bisley, England.  AIDING DIGESTION  *��  *  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  ���j  ^++**^^^>*+4+^��f*4'*l**4'4*4?**4������  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  otherdrues raakinean efficacious remedyfor  Sore Throat,  Burns, Bruises,  Strains, Sprains,  as well as for Insect Bites, Cuts, etc.  Just the thinsj for campers, hunters, as  well as for those that stay at home.  25c. a box.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE, Moahes*.  *'Waiter, ask the orchestra to  play something different."  "Anv particular relection, sir?"  "Something  slower.     I  can't  chew my   food  properly in waltz  time."   Blobbs���Bjoncs has gone in  business for himself. Blobbs���'  Going to be his own boss, eh?  Blobbs���Well not exactly. He's  married, you know.  Summer traffic is exceptionally  heavy on Okanagan lake.  A MIGHTY ARMY OF GLEAN  HEADED CANADIANS  The city of Kamloops is in the  swim in regard to conflagrations.  It has had a disastrous one the  eleventh, which entailed a loss of  over $75,000, and consumed numerous business houses and also  six cars of merchandise.  The Cariboo road has had its  first serious auto accident���due to  a broken axle. Three passengers  received minor injuries.  VANCOUVER  The Great City of the Great West.  FIRST  EDUCATIONAL  INDUSTRIAL and  AGRICULTURAL  EXHIBITION  AUG. 15-20, 1910  $30,000 IN PRIZES  The Great Spectacular  Show  "FIGHTING THE FLAMES"  Pacific Hotel  Grikg & Morrison, Prop.  'sis  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commerced and Mininir Men  Is stearu-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  Snynopsis of Canadian :North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  X  ���*w.,  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg- and the Coast.  4*4��^*{*��f.^��|*^.i|.  inuie or lefcs,  JF-r.txy ����� it  i land cticr for  si C4&te.   Shu  made on  cirt  r  GREENWOOD  and Midway  "^  Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m.  with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  Ik.  Jl  CO., L,T'D.  T tv jp jp ir tr ����������� & ��r jp tr k* *��� *��� ��r *i ip  V,  W  w  w  't.  *  ANY available romidiou Lauds withiu thi  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may bei  homesteaded by any person who Is the sole head'  of a family, or any male over 18 years of ape,  10 the extent of one-quarter section of 1(0 acres,'  mote or lets. i  F-.txy ����� it be,made personally at the locaj  foi the disrlct in wlilch the land ii  mry  'by'.proxy may, ho'wevert 1><  irtaln  cotiditions  by:"::the   father,  mother, son, dauc&ta., - Mother crs"i3ter, ,��f an<  Tntoandinff horar yttrfjffir (  ' The, homesteader Vrequired 10 preform the.  CoadUlcjj)s coimected there with nnder one of  the fotfoWl&if plabs;  .1) At least six Months' residence upon and.  cultivation o/'tne land in each year for three  years,        _* j  (2) rf the father (or mother, if the father is de-|  cased), of the homesteader resides upon ajtarm  in the vicinity of the land entered for,'^ule, re'  quirements as to residence may be saUt��  such person residing with the father orJppther.  (3) If the settler has his permanent rijldeni  pon farming land owned by him in the vlcin  ity of his homestead,'the requirements as to res'  idence may be satisfied by residence upon thi  said laud. ^..y. ���������  Six months' notice in writing should begivei  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands atOt  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for a1  period of twenty-one years at an annual rental'  of $1. per acre.   Not more than 2^60 acres lhal'  be leased to one individual or company."'A ro;  al Ity at the rate of five cents per ton shall  collected on the merchantable coal mined. "'  : :W.'W. COBY, y"'m  Deputy of the Minister of the Int  N. B.-UnanUiorUed publication of this  vertlsement will not be paid for.  v.l'"'  .,    Jff^J14ition of the  COPPER HANDB001  leaves Mother lyode  9.30 a.  m.  6:30 p. in.  leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  m.  8:30 p.   in*  Saturday last stag-e leaves  Mother Lode C p. m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. tn.  Greenwood Office  ^NORDEN    HOTEL  'Jt S J* J* St J* * J* '* * * * * * * *!*  Thousands and thousands of heads  that were dandruff filthy a year ago are  scrupulously clean today..  This means that millions, yes billions, of drandruff germs have been annihilated, and cannot continue their  pernicious work of hair destruction.  But best of all it means that at last  there is a cure, an absolute certain  cure for dandruff, one so prompt in its  action and so marvelous in its results,  that many are sceptial when told of  what it lias done.  Parisian Sage is tlie name of the  quick-acting hair restorer that it is responsible for a mighty army of clean  headed Canadian, aud its action is so  certain that J. L, White the agent in  Greenwood guarantees it to stop falling hair, itching scalp, and cures dandruff in two weeks, or money back.  Parisian Sage makes women's hair  soft, lustrous aud luxurant in a few  days.  The price of this delightful  money-  back hair dressing is  only SO cents a  bottle   at J.  L.   White   or  direct,  all  charges prepaid,  by  Giroux Mfg. Co.. 1  Fort Erie, Ont.  Six days of solid enjoyment under  Vancouver's Sunny Sky on the shores  of Burrard Inlet.  Cheap rates on all railways and  steamboats. Full inforniation from  James-Roy, Manager, Vancouver. Exhibition, 319 Pender street, Vancouveiy  B. C. \  OVER OS YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Tmm Marks  DEMONS  CoPYRiaHTs &e.  Anyone sending % sketch and description may  nloklj ascertain onr oplDlon free whether an  . jventlon !s probably PftHttebta.  Con-monle*-  tloru nrlctly conadentfaL^HDBfjDK on Patenta  aentireu. Oldeat cjrenoy for seeming patent*  Patent* taken through Mann ft Co. I  tptcial notice, without charge, In the  lonimonlcfi-  Patents  tenta.  receive  Invention !s probably  " rlctlyeonOac   ie. Oldeat ca���..--a.   Patent* taken through Munn  ncial notice, wltbont charge, In 1  Scientific American*  A handaomely mMtrated w����kly. I*rgMt circulation of any scientific Journal- Terms for  Canada, $8.75 a year, -poctag* prepaid. Soli by  all newsdealers.  AT THE CHURCHES  Methodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct set vises in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. tn.; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Ejyeaiiig.  7:30,  Presbyterian���St. Columba., Services will be conducted morning and  evening, 13 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 2.30 p. m. Rev; J. A.  Petrie, minister.  ire&Uyi  revised and the bulk-of  the matter)  therein ia ~   *  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Vol. VIII., issued May, W09,;conti  1,500 pages, with nearly 50 per fljej  more matter than t^e precedingedltti  ^ The chapters wiifrtmine dificripdoB:  ^ J and on statistics have beeafcai  ^ Covering Copper History, Geology,  ^ Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Termiuology  Deposits by Districts, States,Cpuntries|  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Sta  tisticsof Production, Consumption, Im  ports, Exports, Finances,   Dividends,  concedeoiyl  '���'   ^  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, inl  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than)  the Bible���though not necessarily a  ^^._^-._t    treatbutiK  The Copper Handbook tithe  Cathomc���Church of the Sacred  .Heart.���Divine service 1st,   thirdand  urth Sunday in each month. Holy  niaMi;:at 10 a. m.; vespers and benedic-  tibn/iir7;30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2~:301 p.mVRBv. J. A. Bedard, O. M. 1.  pastor. -.. .'������  *���-! v��.  better book because of its g  It is tilled with FACTS of vital im-  J portance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  ,;        THE CONSUMER  THE MINER;  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp. The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and equipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. COI.DWEIX,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Make use of the want'^adi^^eoltMnn.  It will do the work for yon at ieift cost  and be more effectual. ***.,.  i  .. Price is $5 in Buckram with ga^  or $7.50 in genuine full library more  TERMS are most liberal.   Send no  money, but order the book sent to you,  all carriage  charges  prepaid, on one,'  week's approval, to be returned if  nn-f j  satisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can!  you afford not to see the book and judge;  for yourself of its value to you ?       : ' |  WRITE NOW to the editor and pab-%  Usher, j  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES  ,-^iaiig*��:V.: ifMfflESAiMIIEf  l\a����0����a*��**����*��aa^aevvo*9  |(' The Tujameen district has, up to  'date, produced 20,000 ounces of  platinum. .  ''..'���.The Mollie Hughes mine, near  New Denver, has been, purchased by  Cwst capitalists.  m  Mr. O. E. Leroy reports very  favorably on tbe silver-lead mines of  the Slocan district.  $ It is predicted that within two,years  three stamp mills will be operating between Stanley and Barkerville.  Rich returns have been  made by a  trio of Swedes working copper prop-  Gerties three miles up Copper river.  Work on the Greenwood-Phoenix  tunnel is temporarily suspended, but  it is announced that operations will be  resumed shortly.  W. W. Leach, of the Geological  Survey corps, reports the discovery of  promising silver-lead deposits in the  Hazelton district.  Mr. Xnomas Kiddie, M. E., who  has just returned from  Atlin, reports  that the season's clean-up for that dis-  ftrict will be most satisfactory.  T" _ c ��u _ I  i wo ui  mc ;  mines uunng ilie wecK.  battery of eight furnaces of the  Granby smelter are undergoing repairs.   At the Rawhide mine of the New  Dominion Copper Co., a double shiff  was put to work during the past week,  making over forty men ^ employed.  Good miners are scarce in the district.  mi FAMOUS PEOPLE  l!aB��%*is9    BY FANNIE M.LOTHROP    ^_  It has been decided to temporarily  close down the LeRoi mine-at Rossland although work may be continued  for a while longer. What the future  may bring cannot be said, as nothing  definite has yet been decided  upon.  R. L.   Ranecke describes  Beaver-  'dell district, on the west fork-of Ket- i  [e river, as having everyindication of j  . ^ *   ''   ���''.��, >��� ���.      -   ; .���    .y ,. f  most promising minirp possibilities, v  !  'r ''���:*;' ���'    The1 coal miners'  itjjke.at Soririg-  hill, Nova Scotia, continues  with unabated vigor, the situation  getting de- j  ��� -i /' >  Mcidedly worse, and the  military: ma/i  \be required to maintain order  The new 10���drill compressor at  No. 7 mine of the Consolidated Co.  has started up and active development  of the mine with machine driJLs will  now start. The four-mile train is  nearly completed and the surface plant  about the property is in condition for  quick and economical handling of the  ore.  When the stomach fails to preform  its functions, the bowels'become deranged, the liver and th ; kidneys congested causing numerous diseases.  The Stomach and Liver must he restored to a healthy condition and  Chamberlain's Stomace and Liver  Tablets can be depended upon to do it.  Easy to take and most effective. Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  The Bank of Montreal is experimenting with youug, .vremen as  junior clerk. ���������'   . . f  Granby stock sold down to $20 last  ^week, but quickly recovered to $26.  ,The Boston Commercial, comment-  ips* on this stock, says: "We fully  l.e!k:V�� Granby will' again sell above  ����% arid advise its purchase;"  iSh  VuuUal shipments were sent out  8JB."'B.:C. Copper and  Granby  Convalescents from fevers and injuries that have kept thev. 'r.-f-il i'ldeo  for some time","and ?U peop.e i .t uowii  cWL��ri below pirT generally, will lind a  course of treatment with ferrovim,  the invigorating'tonic, just the thing  to put them on their feel again in good  shape. Ferrovim iscomposed of fresh,  le.-'xi !���,��:*:f. Citrate"of Ircn and pure old  ho tu-sh Sherry Wine. Sl.Oo per bottle.  Mrs. Sububs (who has hirec! a  man to plant shade trees)���1); g-1  ging out the holes, I see, Mr. j  Lanuigan. Lanaigan���No, mum. |  Oi'm diggiu' out the dirt an1-'  lavin' the holes.���Catholic News.  TKQUT VS. SALMON  BALPHXONNOR '*   r    ���"-��"���"**  The Story of the Man and His Books  la the Highland settlement of Glengarry, in the heart of a Canadian  forest, Rev. Charles W. Gordon, better known to the reading world as Ralph  . Connor, was born  in 18G0.    In his career, the  markings  of heredity  and  environment' are more manifest than in most men, as some hands show tho  veins more strongly than others.  To tbe virility, Iatenseness, individuality and friend-making genius of  his father, Rev. Daniel Gordon, a Scotch preacher and teller of stories in  the primitive pioneer days of Canada's backwoods forty years ago. was  united in him the sympathy, mental keenness, literary temperament, spiritual insight and hunger for* helpfulness that distinguished his mother.  In the -woods through which he went to school, and where his early  chfldhood days were spent, he grew into that close reverent love and communion with Nature that has become part of his very life, and pulsates  through all his pages.^'At eleven, the removal of his family to another section gave him better school advantages, and preparpil him for his course  at Toronto University. He earned money in the fields to pay for his educ.i-  ' iioii* vip^was not a hard student, but passed his examinations seemingly  .^JsJt* instinct'. After a three years' course at. Knox College, where' prizes anil  scholarships dropped into his hands when he was not looking, he spent a  year in Edinburgh and on the Continent to gain back his fleeting health.  On his return he went to Banff, the National Park of Canada, inhaling  the pure, clear air of the mountains and the spiritual atmosphere that-  ���seemed nearer to God because nearer to unspoiled Nature. On Sundays he  preached in the little Presbyterian Church to an audience of villagers and  tourists, and it. was while a home missionary in the Northwest that he  prew discouraged over the small appropriation made for the work anions:  the miners. His friend, the editor of "The Westminster" of Toronto, invited  him to wage'his war for funds through the pases of his paper, and, in  accepting, Mr. Gordon decided that a strongly human story might win its way  to the hearts and purses of the people.  The story was "Black Rock." that virile, crisp series of pictures of life  in the mining camps, that made their author famous. Then came "The  Sky Pilot," "The Man From Glengarry," "Beyond the Marshes" and "The  Prospector," all tingling with vitality���stories tender, humorous picturesque,  pathefio. strenuous in action and simple in thought.  KntiMci > -c-orrjine to Act or th�� r.rllsmeiit of Ctnidt, la tho year 1905, by w. C. Mack, at the Department of Acrlcnltsn.  GROWING OLD  YOU Can't dodge them all. Mosquito  bites, sunburn, bruises, skin injuries.  Some ofi them will attack you this  season 'sure. Have a tin of Davis'  Menthol Salve on hand.   25 cents.  :'fe;'::^.  Kl  IN THE  AR&G  >| AND  TUNNEL  COMPANY.  LIMITED.  *>*u  25 Cents a Share  1   Capital Stock $125,000, Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each.  A W0N-PERS0NAL  LIABILITY  Now running a tunnel (in 300 feet)  under valuable claims adjoining  Greenwood Townsite on  Skylark Mountain,  A. S. BI.ACK,  Secretary.  Your eyes may fail and your limbs  ���now *,vcak, and the blood in your  veins run cold; deep lines may furrow  your shrunken cheek, and your heart,  that was strong and bold, may do its  w^rk with a feeble beat; the road  ���nay weary your stumbling feet; you  may sigh for friends that you'll no  more meet���but that isn't growing  old. The years may number four  score, or more, that over your head  have rolled; you may hear the wash  on the other shore of the waves that  are dark and cold; while your brain is  keen and your soul is strong, and your  heart isifull of hopeful song, you still  are one of the youthful throng, and  years will not make you old. When  your voice is harsh and your words  are mean, as you sit by the fire and  scold, and your mind is fat and your  heart is lean, and your thoughts are  blue with mold; when you bring to  the breasts of the children fears, and  bring to the eyes of the women tears,  it is not needful to count your years���  we know you are growing old.���Walt  Mason.   No More Sleepless   Nights  Don't stay awake nights. If you are  restless take a Mathieu's Nervine Powder and in a feVfr minutes a natural  sleep will bring you rest.  They are safe, efficient, and do not  create a habit. Mathieu's Norvine  Powders are sold in boxes of 18 for 25c.  If you canuot find any in your locality, send us 2fic. for full size box giving- also name of your dealer, and we  will send by return prepaid. J. h.  Mathieu Co., prop., Sherbrooke,  P. Q.  For Sale by J. L, WHITE. Druggist.  FIGHTING PAYS  It is estimated that the gate  receipts of the great Johnson-  Jeffries fight were $320,000. The  purse was $101,000, with $10,000  bonus for each fighter. The cost  of the arena approximated $30,-  000. The estimated attendance  was 18,500. Johnson's share of  the purse will be about $60,600;  his bonus $10,000, and his picture  rights $50,000, making a total of  $120,500. Jeffries is to receive  $40,000; a bonus of $18,000 and  $66,666 for his motion picture  rights, or a total of $177,066.  READY TO GO UP?  Owlett���I had an awful time  thinking up an excuse to give my  wife when I got home from the  club 1 ast night. Ascum���Did she  demand one? Owlett���Of course;  I got home so early it piqued her  curiosity.���Catholic Standard and  Times.  "What makes a man ready to  go up?" Mastering the present  work. Don't care if that work  is lugging cases or selling goods  to the finest trade. When you're  master of it m every true sense  "you're ready to go up." Aud  you ought to look to "go up"���  expect to "go up." But it may  not come this month or this year  ���that isn't of so much importance as the fact that you're ready  ���and the double importance of  keeping ready.  Sockeye fishermen on the Fraser have of late been expressing  considerable misgivings as to the  depredatory action of the trout  in tbe river. These trout, which  are protected by law in the Fraser,  for certain season's of the year  and until they attain a certain  size, are said by the fishermen to  be eating up millions of salmon  fry. A fisherman recently testified that he saw a school of trout  literally destroying thousands of  small salmon, moving slowly  among them and devouring scores  at each mouthful. Many of tbe  fishermen contend that it would  be in the best interest of the  Fraser river salmon if an open  season on trout were declared the  year round. There are. it; is  maintained, plenty of streams  wherein the trout may be protected for the benefit of sportsmen fishermen, but there is only  one Fraser for the salmon.  CURB POWER OF CHURCH  Religious debates are raging1 in  both houses of parliament in  Spain. The Bishop of Madrid,  leading the attack in the senate,  claimed that the laws of the  church are the laws of the country J  APPRECIATION  To   those good   Conservatives  who never lose an opportunity of  I deprecating the tour of Sir. jWil-  frid. taurier (and they constitute  a vast majority of the party), we  unhesitatingly    recommend    the  because  the   constitution makes example   of   Hon.   Richard -Mc  Work on the Grand Forks  poBt  | office,   will  Htart   as   quickly  as  lajis are furnished.    Where does  ��� reenwond come in?  Teething- children have more or less  diarrhoea, which can be controlled by  giving- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is  necessary is to give the prescribed dose  after each operation of the bowels  more than natural and then castor oil  to cleasne the system. It is safe and  sure. Sold by all druggists and dealers.  The Prince Rupert Optimist  states that you can get an armful  of daisies for a dime. Comment  is made of other places where one  Daisy is an armful, and ten cents  would not buy her a dish of ice  cream.  Bearine, a simple and agreeable pomade, made from Canadian Bear grease,  feeds the hair roots and makes them  grow.   50c. a jar.  HOW FAR BLOOD TRAVELS  The mileage of the blood circulation reveals ssme astonishing  facts. It has been calculated, for  instance, that, assuming the heart  to beat 69 times a minute at ordinary pressure, the blood goes at  the rate pf 207yards in a minute,  or 9 miles an hour, 220 miles a  day, and 8.000 miles a year. If a  man 84 years old could have had  one single blood corpuscle floating in his blood all his life it  would have traveled in that time  nearly 7.000,000 miles.  CLEVER PLAN  "How do you know when your  husband forgets to mail the letters you give him?" " I always  put a card addressed to myself  among 'em. If I don't get it the  next day, I know* And it only  costs a cent."���Cleveland Leader.  Soreness of the muscles, whether induced by violent exercise or injury, is  quickly relieved by the free application  of Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment is equally valuable for muscular  rheumatism, and always affords quick  relief. Sold by all druggists and dealers.  An appeal for ,1,500,000 on behalf of the Anglican church in  British Columbia, is being published in London and has very  influential backing.  HER AGE  Maud���So he had the cheek to  ask my age, did he? Well, what  did you tell him? Ethel���I told  him I didn't know positively; bu/t  I thought you were jusjt/24 on  your 30th birthday.���The ,Club  Fellow.  ,  PROVOCATION  Mrs. Bangs���Do you know, I'm  afraid my husband is given to  saying things behind my back.  Miss Bright���Well, dear, perhaps the poor fellow cannot get  the hooks and eyes to match properly.  WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE  WEAK BODIES  Kidney Disease Causes Half the Com  mon Aches and Ills of  Greenwood People,  As one weak link weakens a chain,  so weak didneys weaken the whole  body and hasten the fnia.1 breaking  down.  Overwork, strains, colds and other  causes injure the kidneys, and when  their activity is. lessened .the whole  body suffers from the excess of uric  poison circulating in the blood.  Aches and pains and languor and  urinary ills come, and there is an ever-  increasing tendency toward diabetes  and fatal Bright's disease. There is  no real help for the sufferer except kidney help.  Booth's Kidney Pills act directly on  the kidneys and cure every kidney ill.  Mrs. Jane Fabery, ot 569 Pacific Aye.,  Winnipeg, Maun., say^:  "After suffering dreadfully with  rheumatism in my right hip and terrible pains across my back for years,  I am more than pleased to say that  Booth's Kidney Pills  have cured me.  The renumatic pains in my hip were  so severe that I could not lie on my  right hip at all and could hardly move  in bed. My back was so weak and  painful that after stooping over I could  not straighten up for some moments,  add when I would attempt to do so, I  could scarcely bear the puins that  would shoot all through me. 1 had  tried all kinds of remedies for this  trouble.'without finding relief. Booth's  Kidney Pills have done their work  well in my case, and I shall always  have a good word of praise for them."'  For sale in Greenwood by J.  L. White.  Sold by dealers. Price 50 cents.  The K, T. Booth Co., Ltd.. Fort K,ric,  Ont., Sole Canadian Agents.  CURES^CATARRH, ASTHMA.  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  money back.   Sold and guaranteed by  J. L. WHITE, Druggist.  Roman Catholicism the state re  ligion.  Premier Canalejas, in reply,  declared that the invasion ot the  state's sovereignty by the church  was no longer tolerated.  " I know  that a conspiracy exists to accomplish   my downfall,"  said.    -'Whether it  succeeds'  not,   does  not  matter, as the J  me has come  when  Spain will  ;ice  herself abreast  of modern  tions."  Bride.   Get into the procession.  Jump into the band wagon.  Prince Rupert has a population  of 5,000.  ho  or  ti  P*  -"~r\  amBiii  [s the best�� remedy  known for sunburn,  neat, rashes, eczema,  sore feet,, stings and  busters.   A skin food!  Alt DnwtriaU and Storet.- Wc.  Advertise in THE TIME:  THE  Boundary  Creek  times  -IS THE-  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF THE-  60  m n r  Send for the paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do  ��  *% ~jM7  -K\ X&X'tzmx&Mi&OszZMitnx  is  'aiX^'a'^.^^-.^R'rIJ^5B^Wju.to^a^��n��i^rtaEiKuoe������5��^fcw��w��.  UXXX.VH  We offer  150  feet  of new  wire-wouud   Jf'-incli   Hose,  in   50 foot  lengths, regular price $11.00,  July snap.. $"-9;>  ��0 foot best  American   j+-inch cotton  Hose,   regular price 512.00,  July snap -     9- ^  Ice Cream Freezers,  new  and  old,  4 quart New White Mountain,  regular price $5.50, July snap    4 6S  6-quart New While Mountain freezer, regular price SC.50, July snap 5.70  12 quart New White Mountain freezer, rcg. price SIS.00, July snap 11.00  4-quart old Freezer    6-quart old Freezer   12 quart old Freezer, White Mountaiu   Screen Door;-, complete with  hinges, etc, SI.75 to..       Tents, new. 5x7, S3.50; 6x8. 54.00; 8x10, 36 50.  2 50  3.00  8 00  2.25  A.L.WHITE  The Furniture and Stove Man  Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  �� $  | Do you want (��lh iEttgltalf initial note |  paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your  | letters on?    If you do  $  i  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  ft Prices moderate ;  FOR  TRY THE  BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES  Job Department  GOOD WORK  FAIR PRICES  FOR SALE AT GRAND FORKS  CLOSING OUT THIS LINE  Tackle that will get the  fish,  prices  that will get the tackle.  1 dozen Trout   Flies,   A-grade, .40;; in  3 dozen lots, $1.10.  Leaders, regular 10 centers, 3for 15c.  Leaders, regular 10 centers, 7 for 25c.  Leaders, regular 15 centers, 3 for 25c.  Leaders, regtila** 15 centers, 7 for 45c.  Reels, regular 35 centers, 25c.  Lines, regular 50 centers, 35c.  Fish Poles, steel. 10-foot, jointed  rod, $2.00.  Fish Poles, split bamboo, 10-foot,  jointed rod, 53,75, now $2 95.  Fish Poles, splil bamboo, trunk rod,  ���J2.50, now fl.75.  Trout is a lish. and a game one, and  they arc looking fora snap at the fly  vou can get with the leader. The line  we have, and the pole, too, at close-out  prices at the O.I. C. 2nd-hauil store.  A. L. Whitk, Phone 10.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.    Phone 16.  Make your wants known through a  want ad.    Three line ad. for 25c  I'm-m a.  LAND ACT.  A to��auiifully situated h; n;, new  building io perfect oroW, wi' water  and electric light, with one and one-  half acres surrounding, planted with  all varieties of fruit trees and small  shrubs, grapes, etc., all in bearing.  Will sell en bloc or without furniture  if desired. Will sell at a sacrifice price  to enable owner to locate at coast immediately. Apply at B. C. Times  office, Greeawood.  Kiiiiilk.imiMMi  Laml   District.   District  of Yale  TAKE XOTICK tliat James Poiriri, (iKlrcen-  ivnori, British Columbia, occupation  miner, intends to apply fur permission to purchase the followlnjr described land:  Cotiimciicinprat a post planted at lite northeast corner of Lot u.so, Similkameen (formerly  , Osovoos). Division of Vale District; thence  I north forty cbainf<. more or less, to the soutli-  j <;rly limit of the Columbia at-d Western Rall-  I way Company's riirlit of way: tliencc south-  ! westerly following' the said southerly limit  | forty chains, more or less, to the easterly limit  j of Lot 2227: ihence south ten chains, more or  ! less, to Ihe northerly limit of said Lot ��&);  ' thence east twenty chains, more or less, to the  | point of commencement, and containing sixty  I .tens, more or less. JAMKS I'OUGI.  j      Dated li.th June, I'M". 50  Advertise in THE TIMES  G, M. Graham, of Nelson, is a  visitor to our city.  J Baie, C. P. R. tie inspector is  going on his rounds.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Clarke, of Ottawa are visiting ihe city,  N, Mattison, of Nelson, is taking a look around the city.  Chas. Fair, left Wednesday  morning for a trip to Spokane,  Wash!  W. H. Wickwire, son of E. T.  Wickwire, is visiting his father  for a short period.  Miss Mable Attwood, of Hamilton, Oat., is visiting Mrs. Jas.  McCreath, of our city.  The Argo tunnel is going ahead  most satisfactory, and the present outlook is very good.  F. Jensen and wife, of Nelson,  are visiting friends in Greenwood  and are registered at the Imperial.  Greenwood baseballists are in  treaty with Nelson, for a match  at Nelson, to come off at an early  date.  Mayor Mcintosh, left on Tuesday morning for Chicago, on  Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel business.  H. Bunting, has lett town for  the north west, and incidentally  to take in a few of their prevailing blizzards.  I. M. Turnbull, a mining engineer of Trail, is in town resting up after a survey of mines up  the West Fork.  P. F. Roosa, left for Vancouver, B. C, where he will open  up an office there, to represent  various industries.  F. N. Loofborrow, of the Inger-  sol watch works, is at present in  this city, getting off "all the  time." he can possibly,  J. B. Horstone, of Vancouver,  representing the Sheffield steel  works, is in town looking after  their business interests.  D. A. Jeffrey, representative of  the Steel Briggs seedsmen, Vancouver branch, is here hustling  for next years seed trade.  The Greenwood Lawn Tennis  club, had a fine group picture  taken by our local photo artist  James.    It is certainly o. k.  E. J. Delbridge, of the Ben  Hur mine, is in town negotiating  with the' B. C. Copper Co., to  treat their ore from Republic.  C. J. Wilson,   manager  of  the  stock buying  department} of  P.  Burns & Co., is here  in'! business  interests and will proceed to' Ver^  non.  The tire department took on  three new men in addition to their  corps, which were, W. J. Kim,  M. T. F.'oyd and Sid. Storer,  which being duly  initiated,   has  passed   to   the   degree   ot   lull  pledged fare fighters.  Mrs. Roosa and Miss Roosa, are  off to Salt Lake City, for a  change of scenes and air and will  probably remain their for some  time.  D. T. Main,   master mechanic  ' and  also Thos. McLeod,   trainmaster ol the C, P. R., with headquarters at  Nelson, are here  on  business.  Beaverdell city has two of (ts  nativ -*s in town at present, which  are, TC. G. Cummings and T. T.  Henderson, and they are stopping  at the Imperial.  E. R. Redpath agent C. P. R.  at Greenwood, had the misfortune to sprain his ankle on Wednesday, which will necessitate  the use of crutches for a few  days.  Tlie Jewell mine is handicapped  ad starting on account of destruction by fire of their power line,  which will be repaired as quickly  as possible and tbe opening up  proceeded with.  The. Cranbrook baseball team  contemplates a tour through the  Boundary district, and will wage  baseball war with all towns, that  show an aggressive attitude,  Greenwood included.  The Pringle Opera Stock Co.,  ten in party, arrived iu town on  Tuesday, to do their best to entertain the Greenwood public,  with first class performances this  week at the Auditorium.  Cliff Russell had the misfortune to have his knee cap shattered by a kick from a balky  horse last week. He is progressing favorably but will have a reminder of his mishap for some  time to come.  The Ladysmith hotel, was robbed on the night of July 15, of  $310 from the safe and three dollars and fifty cents from the cash  register and also a number of  rare coins. They have their suspicions are on the trailfof the robber.  A. J. Logan intends taking a  trip east as far as Montreal, leaving today. The indications are  that it is to be, on his arrival  there, a coupling up of private  interests and a return home to  Greenwood in double harness, so  it is rumored.  The firemen had a practice run  out on Monday evening for practice, They made a record of the  fastest time yet. Starting from  the citv hall, they were at the  Ladysmith hotel and water flying  in 2 minutes and 10 seconds.  Driver Grey Pond went some.  W. J. Beck, of Republic,Wash.,  vice-president of the K. V. railway, lines, is in Greenwood arranging some details incidental  to starting the extension ot the  K. V. Nail way at Midway. They  mean business, and will put it  through lively, judging from appearances.  HlUHEK EDUCATION  The results of the rural entrance examinations to qualify  for admission to the high school  are made known as follows:  - Greenwood had three candidates, two of whom passed,  namely: Miss Ina Sutton, with  579 marks, and Gordon S.jSjnith,  with 564 marks. f7  The Phoenix candidate (only  one), Miss E. P. JNelson, had"585  marks, and ^passed.  Miss Margaret Wilson, of Belmont, B. CiV ranks first in the entire province, having the splendid  showing of 773 marks out of a  possible 1,100.  FATAL FIRES  Some   people   never   let  their  pocketbooks know what their sen  timents are doing.  Most lazjT men have a fondness  for lying.  Before you take your departure from  Greenwood subscribe for your home  paper, $1 for six mouths, or $2 a year.  You will find it full of interest to you  wherever you are.  A forest fire sweeping through  the dry pine forests near Colville,  Wash., surrounded tbe homestead  cabin of Miss Pearl Brewen aged  22 a teacher in the school district  and before assistance could reach  her, she and her little niece tbe  one year old daughter of Hon. J.  S. Wyinau were burned to death.  The (ires are sweepiug across  the whole territory from Bossburg  to Marcus and tiorth to Ryan the  latter town now reported wiped  out. "-k:  A Summer Pleasure  is good beer.   That's our kind.   It is exhilerating- and invigorating'.  "~ Mates perfect sleep, possible  and good health is assured.  &���  *S!  PIMJ.  Our  beer   is popular^ Vrith  both the ladies and gentlemen, x^ffij  It is well made-^nd well cured ;fj  and will prove a pleasure. We  are very careful to see that  nothing injurious enters intoa  its brewing. , "  .    A GLASS  M  of our Pabst beer will put  new life into any one. It cures  t he thirsty feeling and makes  you feel light and gay.      " �����  Greenwood Liquor go.  'importers       greenwood  SHOTGUN CLUB  The following is the score ot  the meet of the Greenwood Shotgun club last Sunday:  Sliotat Broke  A. E. Braithewaite  25 22  A. J. Logan...!  25 17  K. C. B. Frith  25 12  Dr.  Robertson  25 14 '  A. Logan '. 25 15  R.J.Sanders  25 13  We are forced to admit that a  grass widow's children usually  ha,ve a poor sort of fodder.  The beneficial effect of iron  upon the system weakened  through illness, overwork ot  anemia, is well known. Ferrovim is a preparation which  ^supplies the valuable element  in the most efficient way, combining with it the nourishing  qualities of beef and the mildly stimulative effect of sherry  wine. Ferrovim costs $1.00  a bottle at druggists.  "1k.  .MENTHOL  PLASTER  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA, PLEURISY.  STITCHES. CRICKS.  NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM  Each 25c. in air-tight tin box;  yard rolls $1.00, can be cut to any  size.  - Beware of worthless imitations.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO.. Montreal.  DOMINION LANDS  Dom in ion Lands Railway Belt British Columbia. The date for the coming into force of* the new regulations  has been changed, and a new date will  be set later. Until further notice no  entries to he granted ia the New Westminister district and east of range  thirteen west of sixth meridian inclusive. P. G. Kkys,  Secretary,  Ottawa. June 20, 1910.  THE  Parties requiring money on farms  can be accommodated on application  to Av S.,Black, Solicitor,  Greenwood,  15. Cv','   '< TENTS!    TENTS!  New shipment just received. See  the line. The O. I. C. store, A. L,.  White, proprietor.  Club Cigar Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,   ;  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Phoenix and Midway Staire Office. ' t  Aireiit far Reco Laundry, Phoenix. (  L.  L. MATTHEWS.  PHONE A-45.  Cool and refreshing drinks for hot weather  Walker's Grape Juice  Th*? Pure Juice of the Grape.  Quarts only 75 cents, Pints only 40 cents.  THE SIMON PURE M0NSERRAT LIME JUICE  Imperial quarts, $1.00; pints, 65 cents.  F. JAYNES  '*Ul>f.  COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD  ,5QRouiid^  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, Bellingham, Vancouver, Victoria, New Westminster,'  AVenatchee, Spokane and many other points in Washington, Oregon and  British Columbia ..to        .���''���   '���:������'-��� *     '  g6o.co 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 youwyvant to goon the Oriental Limited, Fast Mail or Great Northern Express.   c/!Better: still-T-write mefor'  full   information   and our "East Over^e;:Mountain"   foldeii'-..  Describes the routes past the new Glacier National-Parjcatfl^fe^'i  Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Chicago and. ... ,|MK|I  points oust. " . -"���'���"��� iEm&SSBXkjam  M'  V. KISTIrfEJR, '?;-/, :;  D. F. & P. A., Grand Forka^.^vl  H. 13. BRENIZER, ;   M  Agent, Midway.'B.. C.   ���-.^  gmmmi%ig<&'%'mi��i  BUY YOUR  Ii;  ���Sv  FROM THE  &  GREENWOOD DAIRf  Fresh Milk and Cream Deliwred Mi  BOTTLED  MILK  A SPECIALTY,  Fred  Jenks,   Rrfp'p  X  J* 1*J*J************** *****************]  fc FIRST RATE CAFE  AT THE  "'��f  WINDSOR HOTEtLa  GRE��?:WOOD. Ba C.  I    Oren Day and Night  I ERNIE CARTIER, Manager  ^ J* Jl^JiJ��Jt ****************** Jtjtj^,^ j, jtji^^  FINANCIAL  MONEY TO LOAN  Apply to ,  A. S. BLACK, Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  Greenwood Phoenix Stage LiiieS  Leaves (Areenwood 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 & XAING, Prs.  ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES  Fancy Cane Baskets for  Picnics and Outings  A Fine Variety  FISHING TACKLE  The dependable kind that delivers the goods.    RODS, REELS,  FLIES, LINES, LEADERS, BASKETS, SPOONS, LANDING  NETS, Etc.   A complete stock at reasonable prices.  BOOKS AND STATIONERY, KODAKS AND SUPPLIES ���#��  ''%c


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