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 0000<><X>0��00<><>0������<>0000<>0<K>00<>0<K>��-0^  \ t  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Civic Election.  A Sale  on all tne Time  ���".������    at  y's  iivii uvtf  hi  i  Bargains in  Dining Tables, Dining  Chairs, Linoleums,  Carpets'   :     ���'      :  Now is a good time to drop in  and make a selection from our.  Big Stock* Always a pleasure  to show goods       s       l        i  V  f  "*���  y-'-ti  l  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood. B.C.  J / I-  ^0000<>0<>0000^>00000<>OOOOOOOOOOb<><>0<>0000000<K>00<>0<>000<>0  a'V^VWw^^VI  SALE  On cNlonday, January 6th, we  commence our  Annual Stocktaking Sale  At this time it is always customary to reduce  the stock to the lowest point . possible and  these generous reductions in prices of seasonable goods lies in the fact that we take stock  January 1st. Now is the time toWiy Winter  Goods at prices that will interest you.  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods. Millinery  .  Tbe municipal campaign is on.  It is said to have broken out at a  meeting held in the Pioneer Hotel on Saturday night last, chair-  maned by our amiable dealer in  coal and wood, C. J. McArthur.  Apparently, the flowing bowl had  aiso been in evidence at the meet  tne as the enthusiasm developed  by some of the attendants was of  an effervescent character, that  faking everbody* as its friend,  bubbled incoherently over now on  this side and now that, letting  out all the dead secrets.  The speeches of trie evening  were delivered by the chairman.  Billy McBride   and others.    The  .���' ������ '       \-  .  ������   '  story goes that McBride following  the example of1 his.namesake the  Premier, waxed greatly eloquent  until some local legal lights  growing jealous, played a dark,  deep,' trick on him. Tie was left  outside.  Robert Wood, who was the first  Mayor of the city has accepted  the request of the meeting and  will stand for Mayor iu opposition  to Mayor Bunting. Apart from  his connection with the Townsite  Mr. Wood's interests,now are all  at the Sallv, on thp -West Fork,  where he has been most of the  year.  ��� In his address to the electors  Mr. Wood takes it that he is independent of the meeting which  requested his candidature and  and promises a radical policy for  the development of Greenwood.  Mayor Bunting's address which  appears in another column of this  paper prooiise&'Tart'le'a'ri,"' progressive business administration of  the city's affairs.: -As yet no'crit-  icism of the service he has given  the city has been heard, and in  spite of the good name Mr. Woods  holds, the present Mayor is likely'  to carry everything before him in  the election.  LAST MEETING  1907 COUNCIL  Meeting   on  Monday   'Last  Finished theWork of  the Council  DOMINION'S  YEAR'S REPORT  Shows Good Working Progress in Equipment and  , Development  SCHOOL REPORT FOR  DECEMBER  20  18.66  \  the/rwQrks shdf/ye  know them  Begin  ie merit of their performances alone are  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of  construction, combined with a skill in manu-  acture. which is the inheritance of generations, make   '  h  good time keepers and  consequently comfortable watches to can  Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee whicli  the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world.  They  are not made, in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  IIIIHIUIIIIIIIWIIWIIIIHIIIIIIIMIIW IIIIHMIIHII Il�� ���   ���JL ILoaan &  Go,  MamM*mmanma**wmeA  Division I���J. h. Watson  Pupils actually attending- ....  Average daily attendance   Percentage of regularity  93.30  Pupils present every session: Olive  Bunting, Nellie Byrant; Theodore Hun  ter, Marjoiie . McArthur, Dollie Oliver  Francis Rowe. Bcrthay Smith, Nellie  Smith, Gordon Smith.  Division IL���H. G. Moffatt.  Pupils  actually attending       33��'  Average daily  attendance  29.33  Percentage of regularity  88.88  . Pupils present every session: Ernest  Anderson, Henry Anderson, Thelma  Chambers, Jean Crawford, Maude Kales, Mildred Hancock, Ruasell Hunter,  Alice Mason, Georgie McDonald, Jimmy Oliver, Hazel Redpath,Mary Seme-  rad, Harry Archibald, Robert Smith,  Sutherland Smith.Evangeline Philips,  Worthington Pair.  Division III.���C. M. Martin.  Pupils actually attending. 31  Average daily attendence. ���'  27.06  Percentage of regularity. 87.29  Pupils present every session: Jean  Coles,, Edward Crowley, Dorothy  Johnston, Judith Johnston, Gertrude  Horton, Anna Mackenzie, Roy May,  Donald McAllister, Daniel McKee,  Josephine McKee, Celia*; Mcintosh,  Fred McDonald, Grace Redpath,  Wencel Semerad, Bina Smith, Dick  Taylor, Tom Taylor, Jack Wilson,  Jessie Davidson,  ��� The. last meeting of the Council as it has been composed for  the year past was held oa Monday last with Mayor Bunting,  Alderman Gulley, Sutherland,  Desrosiers and Sullivan present.  The City Clerk had been in cor-  respondence with the Councils of  Revelstoke, Nelson and Kamloops  regarding by-lawsgoverning the  the weight and measurements of  wood and coal-. None of the cities  had by-laws touching this but in  Revelstoke and Nelson public  weigh-scales are maintained and  in Nelson these aire used- almost  invariably. In Nelson the coal  companies pay a, charge of 15  cents per ton for weighing and  people will not accept coal without weigh certificates. In Revelstoke the citizens pay the.charge  if they desire the coal weighed  and the scales are not used so  generally. ... ���.  Dr. S. S.-Oppenheimer.M.Ij.O.,  had written the council urging  that steps be taken to see; that  the ice supply of the city wak obtained from sources free from  all known contamination.' The  council ordered that the Medical  Health ��� Officer be instructed to  condemn all ice not fit for use.  Only 34 deaths occurred in  Greenwoo.d in 1907 according to  the. report of Dr. Oppenheimer,  Medical Health Officer.^ . "I am  pleased to say that the general  health conditions of our city have  been excellent and there has been  less typhoid fever Within the city  than in past years." Four deaths  resulted from typhoid, three from  pneumonia, and three from suffocation by fire.  Dr. Oppenheimer remarked that  there had been considerable trouble with reference to the public  not caring properly for garbage.  The necessary inspection, etc.,  had been made.  The following accounts were  ordered to be paid:���  J. A. Clark  $ 2.50  E.' W. Bishop 79.95  A. D. Hallett  1.-85  Bubar & McKay ......._45.38  B.C. Times 38.50  W. H. Moore  8.40  J. E. Spankie   10.00  P. C. Buckless .' 27,00  A. A. Frechette  1.75  Cameron McDonald 12.00  S, Oliver  5.25  S. M. Johns 9.25  Correspondence  Practically, all the delegates to  the W.F.M. District No. 6 con:  yention here, left for home on  Saturday last. Only a few of  the executiveand leadingmembers  remained qn until Tuesday of this  week'.  Greenwood, Jan. 10, 1907.  The Editor B.C. Times :      '  In looking over; this week's  copy of the Greenwood Ledge, I  see that Mr. Robert Wood is running for Mayor of Greenwood.  Is this not a mistake ? As Mr.  Wood spends most of his time  in the vicinity of Beaverdell,  is it not one of these places in  which he is soliciting support?  I cannot see what use a Mayor is  to the mining City of Greenwood,  who is seldom at home.  * Yours, etc..  Fred. B. Holmes.  Nothing is known lpcally of  the report sent ont from Phoenix  that the Dominion Copper company is to resume operations im-  mediately- It was stated at upon  today, however,that,W-C- Thomas, manager of the company iB  expected here any day now and  that operations will likely be resumed at an early date- The annual meeting will be held at the  registered office in Phoenix on the  27th inst. The annual report for  the year ending July 31st last, is  now in the hands of the stockholders. While, as was expected,  on account of the difficulty of obtaining coke supply and transportation for the ore as well as  the loss"arising from labor trouble,  no sensational resulls are shown,  there is yet every evidence of good  working: progress' of improved  equipment and capacity, at the  mines and"8melter, of an increased tonnage, in sight in the properties, of better results in the ore  and of careful,efficient and praise  worthy management of resources  arid works. ���.,,'* :;\  $200,000 of the $1,000,000'issued  by the company were retired during the year; T  During theltwelve months, the  company has,mined and smelted  a total of-187,881 tons, an average of '15,625 tons per month, from  which 3,256.45 tons of matte were  produced; JThis matte, contained  16,321.05 ounces of gold, 42,605.81  ouncestof. silver,: and 2,910,696  pounds of copper; from its sale  $820,184.84 was realized by the  company. The total expenses  were $704,002.72 leaving a profit  balance of $80,942.91. Time lost  through shutdowns amounted to  4,271 hom-s and 50 minutes or a  total smelter loss of 3 months.  The amount spent on improvements at the smelter, on No. 3  Furnace which is equipped with  a mechanical feed operated by  electric locomotives was $173,098.  73. Total improvement work  amounted to $183,616.84. -These  improvements will result in a decided saving in cost of handling  the company's ore which according to Engineer Johnson's report  can be treated, that is, including  charges for smelting and frei ght,  at $2.75 per ton,provided ihe cap-  is 1,000 tons per day.  Particularly at the Idaho, most  satisfactory values have been  found in,the ore- These are better on 100 level than in the upper  workings, sampling 1.3 per cent,  to 1.2 per cent, copper and $100  gold to the ton. The ore found  on the upper level and on the surface has always been figured at  an average of about 1 per cent.  The prospect for the future  working of these properties is  verv favorable indeed.  %    Town Topics  *##*tm*0'iamaaa��s*a*vat>,eV9%  Remember the Friday night  dances in Eagles'hall, Good time  Wednesday evening next, the  15th, is Installation -night at  Greenwood Lodge No.28 K. of P.  "On with the dance, let joy* be  unconfinec'.," is an old quotation.  Take in tlie dance every Friday  night in E ic'es'hall and you'll  have a splendid time.  Robert Wood doe-? not announce  any ticket for aldermen. It is understood tbat his supporters wbo  will be candidates for election  are Aid. Kelson and Desrosiers.  Duncan Mcintosh and probably  others. Committee rooms for the  Tunael candidates are being  opened in tb .old Times' office.  The convention of the Western  Federation of Miners closed' last  Saturday. Its next' session will  be at Moyie. The officers elected  are as follows:���President, Chas.  Bunting, "Grand Forks ; Vicer  President, B. Edward Taylor,  Moyie; Secretary-Treasurer, A.  Shilland, of Sandon. A very  pleasant At-Home was given the  visiting delegates bv thetnembers  of the local Union and their  friends. The Misses Hart, Ed.  Mason, of Nelson, and others  gave musical selections; Speec lies were given by John Mcfnnes  MM.P., Wm. Davidson, and  Chas. Halsey. An enjoyable  concluded the affair.  Installation night of theGreen_  w-oqd Rebekahs No. 18 last evening meant a very pleasant social  time. Mrs.Cook; DDG.M., and  Mrs. Picktball. Grand Warden of  Phoenix, installed the new officers  of the lodge w,ho were as follows:  Mrs. W. B. Fleming, N.G ; Mrs. Man-  ross,- V.G.; Miss Tena McMillian, Rec-  Sec ; Miss iRena. Summers; Treas.;  Miss Murray * Warden ; Miss Horton,  Conductor; Mrs. Boak, Chaplain; Mrs.  Mason, R S.N.G. ; Mrs. DavidWon  I, SN.G. './'���'.'  After the ceremony cards, dancing, and refreshments provided  a host of amusement for the Rebekahs and their friends ��� The  lodge has now a membership of  about 60 and the past season has  been very prosperous.  The Sisters at . the Sacred  Heart Hospital desire to thank  Rev. J. Bedard, Dr. Simmous,  Dr. and Mrs; Spankie, Dr. and  Mrs. Oppenheimer, T. M. Gulley  Co, Hunter-Kendrick Co. Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co., White Bros.,  J. Coles, MfcRae Bros., P. Burns  Co., Mrs. M. Stanton, M. Kane.  Mr. and Mrs. Judge Brown, Mr.  and Mrs. Evans, Jean Coles, Mrs.  T. Jenkins, Mrs. V. Sherbino and  Mrs. J. Labell, of Phoenix; Mrs.  C., Shaw, C. Banbury. W. VV.  Craig, of Boundary Falls; and  Leo Barnett, for their kind remembrance of all at the Hospital  at Christmas limp; also to Mr. F.  Buckless, Jas. Cameron, Mr. and  Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. L.Porter, Mrs Geo. Evans and Mrs.  Barnett for services rendered during the year, and Worthington  Fair and T. Proctor for books.  If You Wish  to Buy  mm  ,t Wire us for Quotations  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  -u :��� vr "v  Oi K  or Boston are unequalled  JDveu our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper .than they.  Why ?. Because our  Eastern counectioiis^are  of the very best;  The stock business ."'-is��  a sideline, with  us con-v  sequent! y we can   afford  to handle _y6ur business  on a very small margin.  Give us your limit and  we will fill your order at  a lower figure if possible  We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  McDERMID &  NELSON,  B.C.  "Civic Responsibility." The  sermon in the Presbyterian  church on Sabbath evening next  will be on this subject. This is  the seijmon Mr. McKee preaches  nearly every year on municipal  duties.  "The ways that are dark,"shaU  be "tricks that are vain" in tbe  forthcoming election. A three-  mile tunael to Phoenix is one of  the election dodge-way*.  good time and listened to speeches  from the recently received officers  of: the. order. '������ The officers install- ��  ed are as follows ;;  Frank Speariug, N. G.  S. E. Belt, V. G.  Fred B. Holmes, R. S. ,  G. B, Taylor, F. S.  E. Eoyle-Smitb, Treas.  ��� Jas. Irwin, Warden.  S. 8torer,.Conductor.  B. DeWele, O. G.  B. Bubar, I./G.  T. M. Galley, R. 8. N. G.      "  A. E. O'Brien, L. S. N. G.  D. A. McDonald, R. S. V. G.  W. M. Murray, L. S. V. G.  A. J. Jaynes, R. S. S.   .  E. Medill, L. S. S.  Rev. M. D. McKeeJ Chaplain.  E. Fdyle-Smifch, Organist.  Initiatory and First Degrees will  be conferred, on candidates at the  jiext meeting.  A MUSICALE.  ODDFELLOWS   INSTALL  The installation of the new  officers ol Boundary Valley LV.^e  No. 38 I.O.O.F., was celebrated  on Tuesday evening last. -'The  proceedings were in rii%-t.."^.-."r}r��al-  terCook, D.D.G.M., of Pfte��/.,  J. Poe, Grand Warden, W. Elaon,  Grand Secretary and J. A. Rus-  oell, Grand Treasurer. After the  ceremonies were over the Qidfel-  felows gave themselves over to a  A musical entertainment, given  in the home of Miss Wilson on  Wednesday afternoon made an exceedingly agreeable change from  the usual method of afternoon  entertainment. Greenwood has  a liberal quota of exceptional  musica! talent which surprises itself occasionally with the things  it can do. The program provided  was as follows;���  Piaao Solo, "La  Fileu^e,"  Raff,  Miss Wilson.  Song "May Dew," Sterndale Ben-  net Mrs. Oliver  ;  Piano Solo,SonataPathetique,Op  13, Beethoven,     Mrs. McAllister  Song,    "Dearie,"  Clare Kumrner  Mrs. Shaw. ;.  Piano Solo,  "Souis Bois," Cbani-  iuade       Mrs. Oppenheimer  Song, "Oh Loved and Lost," Somerset       Mrs. McLaine  Piano Solo, "Sonata Op.   2, -No.  Beethoven, Mrs. McCutcheon  Song, "T'was the Rose,''De Koven  Mrs. Oppenheimer  Piano Solo.   "Polonaise, Op, 40,  No. 1, Chopin, Miss Wilson  Song,      "A Dream,"     Bartiett,  Mrs. Mathison.  Piano Solo,      "Giga,"     Corelli  Mrs. Johnson.  Song, "I Love Thee," Ed. Greig  -   Mrs- Oliver.  :.-:m  y-mm  7&mt  y-:mm  :,<yfyM$l  '-y<-3m  y-W  '-"'i'i'-QSaJ  'v,, :-���'(>.ss-'ja  ���;���"���' ,'^SsP  ;���> "S^  ',v',^";^lSiS��  ���<-&7��$f  'i7'-70m  ���77$0i<i  ���:;;y~'��m  ��'ft'i;:>As5��l  y^7:��<Wa  ���:t:-m  y-ySiTm  y&y'im  y.-:.y':  ��� yw  y7:7QM_  7:77��m  y~'}7m  ">��S  m  .'yyi^sf  y-4m  'SSI  ���- v'r:-^<S  '7:'y^M  ���77$  :* *  >4  v>V\-  M1 tW07  ��L  THE  S9&HBARY  CREEK  TIKES.  ���"���^^V  *t   ��N  0=<  G-��  CP*  CP*  CP<  CP*  (P*  0=*  CF*  CP*  <p*  CP"  tp*  tr--"  (3="=  Cr=<  CP*  CP*  ^<  Cr^  CP*  2  ..Bank of Montreal.  $11,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98 '  Hon   President:   Lord Strathcoi-a mu Mount Rovai.C C M. G  President     Sir George A. Dkdjimond.K C M G  Vice-President aad General Manager :   E. S   Cx.oiis.toi.,  Biancles in Londoo, Eng. \^eT^^t\ Bew York, Chicago.  Buy and (.ell Sterllaff Exchange aud Cable Transfer-, , Gram commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available iu any partU'f the wcrld  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed ;tt current rates -  W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  tefl  Greenwood Branch,  ���  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,000,000. Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  B.  R.  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAVINGS BANK"bEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank.. Accounts may he opened, and deposits made  0? withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid *-  out-of-town accounts.  to  j. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Bahkistrr, Soucitok,  .  Notary, Ptkuc.  Cahlc Acklress:       -> Ham.ktt."  i Bedford  M'Neiil's  Uodks < Mi>r��ini;-& Meal'i-  Leiber 's  Greenwood, B.C  ���^^^.i'BOUN��Af��V   VALLEY   LOHOE  ������>-->Af���;���v-.<- r<n. a ��. i. o. o. e:  t:\vtnf   er��-r>   'liscactay  livening at 8O0 in, the  1. is. O. fc\ Hall.   'A. cordial luvi tfltlon Ip ex  leaded lo all soioartiinfr brothern.  F.  SPUARIKG, S. E. BELT,  IT. R. V. G.  FRED 3.  HOLMES. Rec. Sec.  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  ls��ued everv f f Ida*  BT THS  Botmdaiy Creek Printing and Publishing  * Co., Limited,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbb YbIk -.. .'.    3 00  Sir Months - 1 Jt  TO FORBIOK COVWTMBS  1 SO  Editor  A. D. Macfarlane  FRIDAY,   JANUARY 10,1908.  SIR WILFRID   REPI4ES   TO  McBRIDE.  ion he gives is and was at the  time lhe Sunset appeared in the  h:mfls -if almost every newspaper  eiHtnr in Canada but from the  w;iv- in which the charge was  tartde, one could not be sure that  this was the speech referred to.  H "Wever, it clears up the matter  and we give it as follows :  At New Westminster,  Premier  McBride  apparently malicionsly  misquoted an Ottawa   speech  of  Sir Wilfrid Lraurier's in order to  support his theory that the  Liberal leader had always been hostile to British Columbia. Following his   lead,   the   Conservative  papers of this province set out in  their own way to villify Sir Wilfrid.    December the 3rd  was the  day given and the speech  of  the  Prime Minister was made in Ottawa.    According  to  the Saturday Sunset, he had   said,   "I do  not care for your   (British Columbia)   sentiments  and I  think  you are making a mistake." Generalize % from  this the   Sunset  read into  the   famous   Toronto  speech of the Premier  ' 'a spirit  ���of petulance  and obstinacy.    He  was not going to be driven into  a  panic, he  was  going to  take  time to enquire, to  think,   to reflect, to consider."   Tims  it   der  livered itself of an editorial  the evolution of Sir Wilfrid La trier's attitude on the Asiatic question since the election of 1896.  In the following letter Sir Wil-  frid himself deals with the immediate charge.   The informal:-  II* >��<����� IMII   w  Pkime Minister's Office.  Ottawa, 30th Dec , 1907  .Df.Vr Sir,���  My attention has just been  drawn to an editorial in the  Victoria Colonist of December  18th, and a statement made by  the Hon. Richard McBride in  a speech to the Young Conservative Club of New Westminster, and reported in the Columbian of the 21st inst., both  referring to certain words said  to.have been uttered by me at a  public meeting in Ottawa on  December 3rd.  In discussing the views and  sentiments of the people of  British Columbia, in regard to  Oriental immigration, I am  quoted as saying : ."You have  your views on this question.  You are h ostile to the immigration of the Oriental races.  I do not care for your sentiments, and I believe you are  making a mistake."  Had the editor of the Colonist, and Mr. McBride, gone  farther, and quoted the words  immediately following : "But  these are your sentiments and  I am bound to respect them," it  would at once have been apparent that I was'misquoted, and  that the words which were actually used by me were: ^1 do not  share in your sentiments."  I would also refer to my  speech in the House of Commons delivered the day^immed-  preceding (see Revised Hansard, page 61): ".The people of  British Columbia have certain,  views upon this question, I  would not be honest with myself or with them were I to say  I share those views, but whilst  I do not share them lam bound  to respect them. We are bound  to see that,the views of all people in a free country like this  are given respect to."  Yours'respectfully,  Wilfrid Laurier.  The Editor, The World,  Vancouver, B.C.  serving a perfectly independent  attitude'it mav work most advantageously to the teal and permanent interests of the country.  Japan is the ally of Great Britain  and even if Sir Wilfrid is most  intensely anxious to expel every  Oriental from Canada today, he  may have to wait weeks or even  months to accomplish his end in  that way which is fraught with  least disturbance'to Imperial relations with Japan and with greatest benefit to the permanent interests of this country.  The only rational way to consider the question is by making  an analysis of the sentiment of  the Liberal party. The Toronto  Globe which most effectively expresses the policy of the party iu  the East says : "If the Japanese  government and the Indian gov-;  ernment cannot be induced to put  an end to the system and to effectively close the gates, we tru&t  the Government and Parliament  will act promptly."  Onthe floor of the House, the  British Columbia members have  declared themselves most emphatically for a white province.  'There is no mistaking their attitude.  It is idle" lor Mr. Borden to tour  the west and promise everything  that is popular when to people  in the East,- Mr.Poster. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, and Sir Mackenzie Bowell declare themselves  anti-exclusionists. And it is worse  than useless for Mr. Borden to  criticize the B. C. members for  their attitude re the Japanese  treaty, when as Mi\ Ross pointed out, Mr. Borden's only contribution to the debate was the flippant query "What is the value  of a yen?" No one knew what  would come from the perfectly  harmless, if rightly observed, Japanese treaty and the only thing  that matters today is that \ the  Liber-al party take the right attitude on this question and in a perfectly reasonable, thoroughly  practical way insist on keeping  the unequalled physical resources  of British Columbia for white  people. And we have no reason  to fear this will not be done.  whether the new ones are less  cruel than the slavery of the  whipping post The great republic has grown too fast ��� and  her condition today is one of  chaos and confusion. May/Jan-  ada be preserved from this ���  On the word of Count Boni de  Castellani, Prince Helie'de Sagan  is a perfect gentleman. The  Prince simply refrained from  shaking his delicately scented  gloves in the Count's face. That  he spat in Castellani's face, jammed the uncomplaining Couut's  hat down over his countenance,  delivered a few stinging blows in  the region of the noble's abdomen,  tripped him up in the gutter,  smeared mud over his features  and applied the toe of his boot  with considerable force to the  seat of the princely trousers, all  this does'nt matter. He did not  offend against the code which apparently is dearer to the Count  than life. Christianity isn't the  only humanly unreasonable thin g  in the world when it comes to resenting violence. It has been  outdone completely by the French  Count.  EDITORIAL NOTES  It certainly can't do any harm  just .to remember that you are a  citizen next Monday and have  something to say in how the town  shall be run. ���-,������������,������  The Manitoba Government has  purch ased the < telephon e system  of that province, paying-$3,300,000  for it. Saskatchewan and Alberta are both installing government  systems. Government Ownership  seems not too radical a thing tor  the west.  Toronto   has    turned     down  "Boss" Nesbitt, the friend of the  boys.    The city which  in whatever one of its constituencies you  live, being a liberal you can  always be sure of a majority against  i you of about 2,000 has elected   a  ��� Liberal Mayor.    It   only means  | that Tammany methods don't go  j with the people when they know  Ii what they're up against.  Things Both  Here and There  MINING AND  FINANCIAL.  Rememberthe meeting ot tbe  Mining Institute at Nelson, on  Wednesday next, January 15th at  2 p.m. Put your name in,to J. J.  Campbell, Ne'sou.  Russia; in America there are two,  namely, Canada and the United  States. But Russia, Austro-Hun-  gary and the United States are  increasing their population and  developing their industries so  fast that they cannot long" continue to be exporting countries.  The timber of Norway is threatened with excessive cutting.  Germany, where the practice of  forestry has been brought to tbe  greatest perfection, has never  been able to supply home demands  and is, a heavy importer.  Canada, Sweden, and Finland  are left, and their supply is hopelessly deficient for the world, * If  Canada were to attempt to supply  the.United States alone, its en-  tire timber area would be cut off  and deuuded in the course oi a  very few years���probably .ess  than a decade*  Various estimates of Canada's  forest land have been given.  Eight hundred million acres was  a few years ago accepted as pretty  near the truth; bnt, considering  the damage caused by fire and  other destructive agencies, it is  doubtful if the existing forests  cover half that area. To keep  this area in its "most productive  state, thus enabling it to meet  the demand as far as possible and  to produce the largest revenue, is  the problem set those in contrdl  of these areas, and, the protection  of the forests against fire and  other dangers and their proper  management under forestry methods is the only way in which  this catrbe effected.  FELL .DOWN   STAIRS   WITH   CHILD  The following testimonial proves- once again the superiority of  '��� Nature's Healing Balm," Zam-buk.  Mrs. L. Spalding of 505 trie ���  St., Stratford,��,Ortt., says; " Some time back.I met wiha peculiar  * accident while descending the stairs with a child  in my arms. �� I slipped, falling Jieavily on my left  arm and elbow, receiving a flesh wound.   My arnj<>|  was inflamed, swollen and very ���fain ful,    I tried11  ��� different preparations, but the wound lcept dis-  ,chargiiig and refused to heal.^ About this time my  brother suggested using Zam'-Duk.   I acted upon  his advice.     Zam-Bijk thoroughly cleaned the,  wound, Elopped ail discharging and aoothed the  pain and in /our weeks the wound was nicely  healed.   I have had perfect yae of both elbow and  arm ever since and owe this good luck to the*|  wonderful   healing  halm   Zam Buk  and  would  advise others to usfe nothing else?' Zam Buk cures  'cuts, brums burns eC7ttnn, festering wound* and  all skin diseases���of all druggists and stores���joe.  box or pokt-paid from the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  Send for sample and enclose ic f tamp for postage;  1VERY HOME NEEDS  SX 4* A ������ ���&% .2, JU <��. �����. JU JL. A. A. (P Jt. JL JL JL JL -4. -t- J- -9- JL JL JL *���  1 Colorado leads Alaska by over  two million and a half dollars in  gold production in 1907, The  production in that state for. 1907  is placed at 520,833,883. as compared with$L8.5��l,610 iu Alaska,  while California is,a close third  with $17,394,863. Nevada, now  a center of interest on account of  the miner's strike at Groldfield,  ranks fourth, with $14,704,655.  Apparently all the yellow staff  isn't frozen up or otherwise ex-  exceptionally inaccessible yet.  Elirn Beer  A final dividend of 4% perceat.  has been declared by the liquidators of the Atlas Loan & Savings  Co. w"b ich went down w ith th e  A. E, Ames & Co. crash of fout  years ago. This makes the realization of the depositors on their  holdings 46%. per cent.  It's all very well to be happy  "When money rolls in like a song  But the man who's worth while is  he who can smile  When his overdraft's half a mile  long. ���Exchange  Vttie  In considering the attitude of  any government on any question,  jPe&^fiUl&rly. of international im-  j^ortance, it must be remembered  that it is in a position of responsibility. . The governments  of foreign countries take its  word as official. And often it  must suffer almost unlimited vil-  /ification, in order  that  by pre-  Forty-five years ago, on Jan-:  uary 2nd, slavery was officially  abolished in the United States.  Its form in reality has been only  diversified   and   its   a    question  SHILOH'S  Quick eaiie for the worst cough���quick  relief  to the heaviest, coldr���'and  SAFE  to take, even for a child.    *-*  That   is    Shiloh's  .Cure..   ^UfftS  Sold   under a guarantee'  CjOlldllS  to cure colds and coughs     o    g-i    i i  quicker   than   any   other    Ok vjOIOS  medicine���oryour money back.    34years  of success commend Shiloh's Cure.   25c,  50c., SI. 316  QUICKLY!  Because of the apparently inexhaustible timber ranges at our  doors, the possibility of a timber  famine does not seem to be immediate. The price of wood  throughout the country is increasing, however, and this.leads  to an investigation, of what the  timber resources off the world are.  It will be interesting to know  that only seven countries in the  world are now in a position to export timber. In Europe there are  five, namely. Austro-Hungary,  Norway, Sweden,   Finland,   and  Is unexcelled, as is evidenced by its  its popularity in all the towns  -of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having     ���  'EIBHORK'-' BOTTLE!) BEER  THL. 1S5S  II  if  if  if  if  ���  if  if  if  4*  if  if  if  if  if  if  *  if  if  +  1  H/iectric cwrrent "supplied   for.  I  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power'furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing ^plants, witn an absolute  guarantee of contirucus -rower  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Mtfney  if  if  + '  *  if  '��*** 4"l"l��i"M��'M* *>*>+'l��*'��i+++*****  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  I  Received Highest Award       '  Dominion Exhibition 1906  ^/Tnbsor Hotel  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  .���    N First-cl^ssiJar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS tAFE, (OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  JL,  The Palace LiveiStile  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOO  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Torned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD, ,:   B, C.  | PHQNB 65.  0��OOO��O9<MW��OOOOOO��X><JO"O��OO  House, sign and all ektericr and  and interior painting and decor  at ing- promptly done.  Wall Papering  Und Kalsomining  Send in yeur spring orders.  Geo.fi.Chompson  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  MUSICAL.  MRS. MURRAY, Graduate in Vocal  and Instrumental Miwic is prepared  to receive pupils in Piano and Voice.  Latest Conservatory Methods  Taught. Further particulars arid  terms' will be given on application  to Mrs. Murray at the Pacific Hotel,  <r: Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week. '���-  Ilistei  f mils lit le  iff Mi)  Moil  DRAYING--Wc Can Move Anything  mmmmmmmmmm*m.~*mmmmmm V  ���>��� r  JK.....C. BtiGKXES^S  PR0PI��ET0R=====  OCWKX>0<>W>��<>0<>000<>OOK>0"C>^^  j  Ladies' Calling- Cards,Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50e a box.  Is under the management of Greig and  Morrison. The rooms are- comfortably  furnished, and the' bar contains the best  brands of wines; liquors and cigars in  the city.       . .��� > ;  S        Copper St.   ''<-.'��� 7 :- v /���-,'-    Greenwood  OOOOC*>0<K>00<W>00<M>0<M}<K><>00^ $��!!$��!$  Wmi  mwmmmm  m-ismm  mm  W^L  ���**'  $  m*  mm  wmzi-i  w?  em  vrw:  iiiiffifi  mrnm  m  TH&QB^RB&l&Y-- crebX times  Hi  ''.- '"3'vtWW*  ��  > \  \7  Provincial Items  - A. W. Smith/ Ex-M.P.P. for  l, Lillooet.died at Victoria recently.  " He was 63 years old. ^ .  v The new million dollar C.P.R.  hotel iu Vancouver -will-be formally opened next week.  Fernie had a. bank run recently  just to keep up the Christmas ex-  " citement. , It was all the the result of a   wild ��� rumor   that   the  Bank of Commerce had lost   $',0,  v.   *- /  ��� 000,000 and gone broke.  Joseph Ethier was shot by Geo.  McCalla at Version on N*w YeaT's  '- Eve.    He died the next'morning.  ' Both men -were over 60 year's   of  ' age and both under the influence  <- of liquor.    McCalla Was enraged  *by Ethies's chaffing.  >  The Vernon News:���Au outfit  which attracted so Tie attention  on the streets last week was a  covered sleigh fitted out with a  cooking stove aud sleeping equipment to which was attached an  ��� ill-matched team consisting' of a  diminutive cayuse and a lanky  horse who e boaes were perilous y  close to the surface. With this  somewhat inadequate outfit Lquis  Brodeur started for Dawson City,  intending' to make the trip by  way of the Ashcroft trail. He  built and fitted out his travelling  contrivance in this city,and sorted out on a journey of close to a  thousand miles in a spirit .that  spoke more for his faith than- his  judgment. '  R. E Plewman, sof fRossland,  has been appointed police magistrate of Rossland to succeed the  late Judge Nelson. Mr. Plew-  rnan's father was once manager  of the Wiunipeg mine here.  - J,ast Saturday-was Pilgrim  Day,"for the schoolteachers. There  were eight pedagogues on the  train pulling into Nelson from  West Robson,  . The Keiowna Leaf Tobacco Co  have discharged all the Chinamen  employed' by them in sorting  tobacco and havfc replaced them  by white men. Twenty men are  now employed. The tobacco industry of the Okanagan will yet be  a great industry. It is estimated  that 10,000 acres are suitable for  growing the leaf. This,would give  employment to many thousands  oi men.  ��!-  r  ENTITLED TO PARTICULAR?  One ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion ;  One ounce Compound Salatone ;<  ,,    Four   ounces .Compound    Syrup  Sarsaparilla;  Mix, and. tafee/a.teaapoonful after  meals and at bedtime, drinking plenty  of water. ,    -  ��� The above prescription has been  found invaluable in tbe treatment of  kidney, bladder and urinary troubles,  and diseases arising therefrom, such  as rheumatism, sciatica,' lame back  and lumbago, and we feet that the  public are entitled to particulars  concerning it.  A prominent physioian'States that  the excellent results that have been  obtained-from the use of the mixture  are due to its direct action upon the  kidneys, assisting thorn in their work  of filtering all poisonous waste matter  and eidsfrqm the blood and expelling  same in the urine, and at the same  time restoring the kidneys to a healthy  condition.  He further states, that anyone suffering, from afflictions of this nature  will find it to be very beneficial, and  suggests that it be given a trial.  January 2, l'K)8, will hereafcer  be known as a red letter, day ��� in  the annals of Canada, as it marked the formal opening ofs the  Dominion branch of the Royal  -mint. With the jingle of homemade money in her pocket Canada can no longer doubt that she  is a full-fledged nation.���Victoria  Colonist.  Contains the  life-sustaining  elements of  B    E    E    F  Beef extracts contain only the flavor  and stimulating elements of beef���  the nutritive values are lost in the  making'.' Baron Liebig, the inventor  Of beef extracts, admitted that. He  said "It is but a condiment and  stimulant, containing no matter  capable of sustaining life."  , That is where BOVRIL differs from  beef extracts.  BOVRIL does contain the nourishment and life-sustaining elements of  beef as well as its rich flavor.  BOVRILgivcs strength andnourish-  mentto the invalid. With its help  you can make left-over scraps into  delicious consommes, bouillons and  soups with very little'trouble.  30VRIL is thc true eccrso'r��s' in th��  AT THE CHURCHES    ,  Anglican���St. Jude's. Rev. John  L/eech-Porter, B, D.�� pastor. Service*  at 8 30 a.m., 11 a.m. Sundaj school.  12   p.m.     All beats free. ,  Prusbytkrian��� Services will be con  ducted morning- and evenmp*, 11 a.m^  ���md 7.30 p.m Rev M. D- McKeo, Pastor.  Methodist���Rev. F. J Rutherford  B.A., will conduct seivi;es as, u%>ual a*  Methodist Church morning and evening  Sunday.School a I'2 30. . ,     . .  home kitchen.  Your'grocer sells BOVRIL.  **  Fernie has two lady  barbers���  the Misses Lawson & Lofstrom,  The Pernie Eredger has decided  *'to be known in future as 'The  District Ledger'" on account of  its increasing district circulation.  A branch of the B.C. Timber  and Forestrv Chamber of Commerce has been inaugurated in  Revelstoke to protect lhe interests of the lumber merchants of  that district.  t  . John Patrick. Allen, better  known as "Dad." Allen died on  Friday night last at Slocan. Deceased was a pioneer of the Kootenays and was popular with the  "old-timers. He has been ill for  some time'. ' He was *79 years of  age and was born at Coschen,  N.Y. He was a vetefan of the  Civil War. ,  He Knows  -die kind of  Waterproof  Oiled Clothin  that stands tlie'  hardest service  DoYraKhow  �����"  Made fax ofl faiwb ,  of vnt work or sporty  SOLD EVERYWHERE  $50,000' DEBENTURE BONDS  ���of TUB���  Providence Minims Company, Limited,.:  Non-Personal Liability. Situated  near Greenwood, B.C.. and In-  con) jrated under tlie Laws of  British Columbia.  BIDS ? ill be received* by tlie undersigned  until Motid.it. I'ebruary 3rd. 1908, 12  o'clock noon, for thepurchose of the whole or  atiy part of tlie Fifty .Thousand ($50,000.00)  Dollars. These' ootids will he dated January  lft, 190S, and wdl niatuie January 1st,;' 1913,  payable at this First Trust and Sayings Bank,  Clficapo, Illinois, aiid secured'by allot,the property of tne Lonipnnj, real and personal,'^.bearr  mi if interest at six: (6) per cent per annum, payable July. iRfaud January 1st of each year at  the First Trust and Saviugs Bank, Chicago,  IMnois.  The mine has shipped over Four Hundred  $4O0,OOO.0C) Dollars worth of ore to the 'smelter  in the past f��lir years These bonds ;are  authorized by rcsoUTtion passed at'the Annual  (Stockholders'- Meetinp of'October ISth, TKfl  The CouiuiUtce reserve the rig-lit te reject any  or all bids.  Information of any1 character pertaining .to  the property or issue of the bonds will be furnished bv appli inir to    \  M.  S. MADDEN,  Secretary.  Ropm 525, No. 201 Dearborn St..      Chicago, III.  Printing  For Business Men:  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads, V      -''������'  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  ' Dodgers,  Shipping- Tags,  For Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  ���{ Blotters, Etc.  11  '       Society Printing :  v Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.   '  Dance Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private calling Cards,  Lodge Printing,  church Printing,  Score cards, !  Fine Half Tone )  Printing,  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  ���with billheads no matter what systam you are using..  ���  ���     '     ���     ��� -  '���������ii  Milling Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,   ,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  - Legal Documents,  Not ices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  ��� ime j ards,\ ;  in tig Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  %  Colored Poster Printing :���-'���.  v    ^*    ' ���        ���    '     'V-   "  We are equipped to turn  out the b'est color poster  printing in Southern  British Columbia..  Work done'     ,-���  in two or three  4 colors or  \ m conibinatienB.  WeTfceflT  m-  and. the quality 6f stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  .-printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  Cov< rnment Street^  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  ' CaTHOWC���Church df the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  foil*th Sunday in each lriojith.- Holy j  mass at in ,-i, in.; ,ve��pers and benediction at 7:30 -p. m,; Siindrfy school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J: A. Bkdakd, >.>. M. I.,  pastor.  The fur crop in Canada alone;  amounts to over $3,000,000 a.iyear1'  It woujd be interesting to know  how many pelts this piles upi      ;  Less, gold, >by $3,000,000 .was  taken from the Alaska gold fields  in 1907 than in 1906. Colorado  also slumpedVabout $2,000,QOO.but  Nevada piled up an increase of  $4 233,654 in her output* of the  yellow metal, despile the fact  that her gold' pile in 1906 was  double that of 1905,       .   >  v w  ''"'"'JHw''-  T ��...  ^2A0  w  ' ^                 * .  our QVAXAirnm-.  NO PAY UH\SJS3l CimBD  cialisl, C��B8��{t Oseo<  Wide  Curtb rtar u ���yachkato a �����'��� -im.  M��'Awh 7��an at dtw* ��nf6cation to  ��� riop* d*m at '��am����t��:w�� M���� ���ririn-  ��t��li��n4 uwSaaiai tka aakr ���emtific aai  tartai, mjonta fcy ��Mri�� tfa��a�� tiocit*, ar.  cnnM, Sf "��� omfl yam caaa far treat-  Bumt, a tm*i�� am* * aaataar at ��� MaaaoaU*  A Square Deal  Is'assured yon when you buy Dr. Pierce" s  family medicines���for all the ingredients entering Into them are printed c��  the bottle-wrappcrc and their formula*  are attested under oath as bcinc c.Mplow  and correct, You; know just \yhat yoiia!oe  paying tor. and" that,the Ingredients utej  ;��� gathered from.Nature's laboratory,i being  .selected from tiie most valuahle native  medicinal roots found 'growing -'M 'our  American foresf3^B4^hile potentt6cu/e  are perfectii harmlMOv��nto'-tn'Si inbst  delicate woin^a><l*ehilallSn^ Not adrotj  cu hfitter.������aircntns u.swTTot.ii^ "  r yj tig-i'tue-'imedtfilnafl.  urlnciples used flrEHem-..'  rcjined glycerine.   TETs agent possesses  Intrinsic meaicniEl properties of its own;  being a most Valuable antiseptic and anti-  ferment, nutritive-and soothing, demulcent. '.;. ���.���  - '������"."-���       /  .y-y-y '.������-���  Glycerine plays an important part in  Dr: Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery*-;  the cure of indigeSiian, dyspepsia ai.  weak stomach, attended by.sour risings,  heart-burn, 'foul ��� breath,.* coated '��� tongue,  poor ������appetite, gnawing fenlihg 1h s|tom-  .ach, Dllioiisness and kindred derange-  mehts,6f the stomach, liver arid bowels;  Besides curing all the above distressing  ailments, the " Golden Medical Discovery "  ��� Is "a'specific for all diseases of tho mucous  membranes, as catarrli, whether of the  : nasal passages or of the stomach, bowels ���'  or pelvic organs.   Even in-lts ulcerative  "stages it win yield to tli is sovereign remedy if its use be persevered in; InChronie  Catarrh of the Nasal passages, it is well,  While.taking the "Golden Medical.Discovery'' for the necessary coastitutlona:  treatment, to" cleanse the passages freely  two or three times a day with Dr. Sage's  Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course  of treatment generally cures the wors^t  cases..:' ".  .-: '';\ ~ '���. .'   .-,"-  In coughs and hoarseness caused by bron- J  ehial. throat and lung affections, except con- ^  sumstlon in its advanced stages, the "Golden  Medical Discovery" is a most efficient remedy, especially in those obstinate, hang-on  coughs caused by irritation and congestion of  the bronchial mucdas membranes. The^Dls"  eovory:l,is not so good ior acute coughsaris-  Ing from sudden, colds, ndr must it-be ex-  ��� pected to cure.consumptlon in its advanced  , stages���no medicine vill do that���but for all  the obstinate, chronic coughs, which; If neglected, or badly treated, lead.up to cOnsump'  tie!!, it is the best medicine that can betake"*  THE  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. IS, 1906)  I�� a dozen books In one, covering ihe  history, Geography, Geology^ CheirH  istry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Termia-  ology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to moit men en-  grayed in any branch of th* Copper  Iuduetry. '  Its facta will paa* mUBter with tht  trained scientists, and its language ia  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facta in plain Eng-'  'iBh without fear or favor.  Its liats and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  he the  W�� gaanataa aaaaj man a BMob*.  ��� cure far Vaaiaaaala, BftetaaH, Drsth-  ; ral Ooatraatama. *)�����* an* Skin Bia-  MW, fanta&a TnuMw. tVaa, Tti-  tuU, Lata at TIU1 Powvr. Kidney,  BlaMw iuo4 SpMial DIsmmt- Wa  tnedafll oSar oar manhoaa to tboi*  who at* ajBUataA uttk vuloiwut  M��ult at tktir Mra MHm ar tnwMi.  ^ Our m*tiw4J an apAa-iata, and-  an axOaeaaA *y tha hlshcat imdlfal  aatherUlsa at Varaaa aaa *m��rlea,  Hann our toatraat* la tlia tr��atmeht of  Mea'i PtwaM*. tammvar. our spe-  olalty to IbniU* U Om Osuhi of KIM  aaa KDI ody.  Itaa  cabala, i  'tamt  laaatataamut.  COWSOLTATIOJI TKESL ���  Uniaamma4 qj. write W Bi�������aUak.  Uaaffamaeamliatmadatiama,   Aflcwv  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  paaaamamtL.  Cw, fWa�� Ana*  WAJSB.  ��  -- MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTIOK.  GRANITE.-MOUNTATN and IRON: KINO  MINEKAI/ CLAIMS, situate In the Green-  ���wood''.Mliiliiir Division of1 Yale District.  ���Where located:    Oil Kbolt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that T. CM. Shaw.agetil for  Jamfs Sullivan, Free Miner's, Certificate Nq.  B6721 and Jerry D>i��col1.Free Miner's Cerlifi-  cateNo. B(>T7fi. intend, Bixtv days from tbedaie  liereof, to'apply,lo thc MihiiiR Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvetiicnifl for thc purpofle of  obtaining* a 'Crown' Grant of the above claim,  And further take notice that aefion, under  section37, must be commenced before the Is-  stiaiiceof such Certificaie of Improvemeiits.  Bated tbis Stb day of November. A. D. 1W7.  O. JR. shaw;  I3.C.1,.S  LANII NOTICE  Oso^oos Land District! District of Yale  /���pAKE NOTICE that we A. I. Hug-lies and  -1- Saiii McOrm'ond, of Eholt, B.C., .occupation Carpenter and Stcaje Keeper, iotnnd to. kp  ply for.perrai&sion to purchase the followlnir  described lands:��� .     ' ��� .  Coniroencin'g'at apost planted 40 chains in a  | southerly direction from aC P.R. Survey Part  marked N.E. iiorner. Lot 2701, thence south 40  chairiB, thence west 80 chains, thence north -lo  chains, thence east 80 cliains to place of com  mencement, 320 acres more or less.  A.J. HUGHES,  SAM McOEMOND.  Dated October Uth, 1907. ���'>   ..';.  SimUkameea Land District,  of Yale  Distric  TAKE NOTICE that the Yale Columbia  ��� Lttmhcr Con party, Tvimitcd, of Nelson,  TI.C, lumber manufncltircrs. Intend.to apply  for (special timber *! Ice rices over ilin followintf  desarilied lands, all Hituate in the Similkameen  Division of "V ale District, Jtrilish Columbia :���  1. CoinmeiiciiiiT at a. po->t planted at the  North East corner fcf Gorman West's I.ot No.  ?S47 oil the W��st Kork ofihe Main KettleIWver,  tliencc north 80 chains; thence east SO chaius:  thence suutli 80 chains; thence west SO chains,  to point of commencement, and containing- 640  acres more or less.  -Dated Novenibci 20tu, 1907.  ID'S  SI  Tha Mining' Man needs the book for  the facts'it (fives him about mines,  mininfr and tbe metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facta it gives him about mining, mining investment's and copper statistic*.  Handred of ��windling companies are  exposed ia plain English.  -Price i**��'$5 in Buckram with gut top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to an/  address ordered, and may be retnrnei*  within a week oi receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Biditor and PublUher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  2. Comtuenciiifr at a post planted at the North  West corner of The' Yale, Columbia Lumber  Company's location No. l, on the West Fork of  the Main Kectlo River, thence north SO chain?:  tuericc east SO chaius; thence south SO chains;  thence west 30 chains to point of commence  ment, containin^r 040 acre* more or less.  Dated November 20th,'1907.  C������* ���war -.���*-  urnnMN n      Imnnf  mn \\\n  np.\     T\vnA  ictniiAM  ty  rtMr^-i^MKaMt-'  fflL  THE BBITISM OOLOi  BISTILLEBY   Gi  New Westminister; B. C.  A'.*  '.- i"U  m^-if  3  LANI> NOTICES  Form of Notice.  District  Simiilkameen Land District-  N      ��   of Yale.  TAKE "NOTICE that I S:mit��r Hencrman.  . of Midway, B.C occupation'Minor, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the follow-  lrifr de^cribod land:        :   i  Coiitniencinfr at a p"��t planted ��t the North  West corner of,1-ot No 7888. thence north 4il  chains ; llience east ?Ochalnst,tHcnci' wnith 40  chains; tiience west SI);-chains to point of com-  mencement, and*containing 320 :acrcs more or  iei-si  ���     ' ".'���' :���.-.-'.��� - ���.';:���: .'������-: 'iy ���':':  Dated the 14th dair of Deceinber. 10r>7.  '���  SPENCERBEN ERMAN.  Per H.STR'AUSS, Agent." -;'  ���JOOjt^WJOOfltOOOO*^"  QAteABlAU  iSAILWAYi  Ftir thosft who con 1<1 not petarway^  during the busj Holiday Season  < we recommend   , *:?"  FbtM of Notice.  District  Slrnilfcatneeti Land District.  :,':-rof;:Yaie:";''..v,,.;.,/��'  TAKE NOTICE tiiat'I "Frederick David  T.onjr, of Park Rapids, Minn., occupation,  bookkeeper, intend toapply f or perm 'talon to  purchase tne fi)llowiU(r de?crib-(! japd:  Comnicncintrat, a post planted at tiie. South  East corner of Purchase Rr-cord Nn. 2&4s,then'ce  north 80 chaina;' thence cast 80'.chains': thence  south 80 chains;'.tbence west 80 chains to. point,  of coniineticeraedt, and containing 6W acres;  moreorless.       ��� '���?'" '>��� *���������.���      ,    .���','���������'  FREDERICK nAVID LONG.  ' ���'������     Per HENRY STKAUSS.-Airent,  Dated the :sth for of Xovember,'-l')07.  LAND NOTICES  SlmUic-ametn Land Distiict'   District  of Yale.  ,  TA'KB NOTICK that The ' Viiie'-C'.Inmbla  'lAluihi.r r,>nip;u,y, I.milted,, ni. NelR(��n,  Province of Hritlsli Columbia, hr occapation  Luniher Merc"uanls,intends to apply-fnra special timber liceuci* over the-fo.ilotv}n(r dcscrilx'd  lands: Commencitii.' at a pout plttiitcd about  40 chains distant, and in au easterly direction  fror.fN.W. corner ol I.ot o?0 fjcoV^e Fauld's  Pre-Emption;; 'ihence east S<' ���hains; tlieiice  north ID chains; thence west ft) chains ", thence  south.80 chuint. to point of commcaccnient,  and containing- SW acres, mor.. or less.  The Yale-Coluuibia liurabev Comoan.v.Liniiled  Uy J. H. Leasia. Agent.  Dated October 20th, 1907. - ,  Similkameen Land District.    District  of Yale /  TAKK N'OTICE That KHeti I.nnp. of Park  Kapids,   Mian., occupation   Ilotist-Uiv-ppr,  intends to apply   for   permission   to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencinif at  a post planted at the South East corner of Application ��o   Purchase  Record  No, 2d4S leiiiif  Survey  Lot  No. 7B3S;  tliencc east SlOchains ;  tliencesouth 60 chains:' thence wcht SO chains;  thence north 00 chains to point of. commencement, and contailitilir "*S0 acres, moie or   le��s.  ELLEN  LONG.  Per  Henry Strau>i, A vent  Dated December 0th, 1TO7  Hlta.  ^This Far-famed Sdnitanum with  its Sulphur Springs  and Uusur-  tpassed accommodation is JUST  THE PL,ACD to build  and  get  ���    a FRESH STAKT,1  Hates $2.50 per Day and Up  This Company operates Through  Standard SWping Cars  Dining  Cars and B'irsfc Class, ToifriBt  Sleepers  F,or Rates, Reservations ana any  information desired.  Call on cr write,  ;?m  Wf  mm,  0��  ;-';.j��o'.<  m  ms  V'-'i.'S^SiViSj  ::$m  m&  K*iv'.''"��  J. MOE;  IJ.P.A. Nelson  E.    fir.  E J COYLE,  A;G.P.A.Vancou��-e>*  AGENT  I91SOT3ATI-I,  GREENWOOD,  0<XKK><HX>0<>000000000000<��00��  yymm  7iiM$M'  ';7M7&:  - ^^.t."?/v^v'': ���  ^W^07  :'*1   Slmilkameea Land Distrct    District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE'hat William Edward Mc-  Artliur ol Greenwood, Uritish Columbia,  by occupation Luinh.'im.tu, IntccidH lo apply  for a special timber licence-.w\ur, Hie folluwini;  described lands: Commencing at a. po-t planted  at aDont five chains distant in an easterly  direction from the northwest corner '��' A;  t'lslu-r's pre-ciiiptioti. Lot Iu*.-': thci;ce eani.  about. 3)chains; tlieiic sonilt -10 cnair.s to G  linst.ice's northwest c.inn-.rj iti>!rtci eft 3"  clmins; tlience nor.li 4o cliains to Lonticr's  sontlnvest corner; thence north +' chains;  theiu-eeast 10 clfa f.s; tliencc north ���<() chains:  ihisnce west ISO chains'; iheuce W"utl: S1 cliains  to ihi: place of bcirinnin'/ aid cmiia-niii); i'i40  icres, more or less.  Located thi; l"ih dav of December,*' l*)t��".  W1L.UA.M   E��WAHt>   M-i.VHTUt.K.  Dated 27th December, l')t)7  iaS->t  3. CoMotenCiflirat apost planted at the North  West corner of The Yale > Columbia Lumber  Company's location So. 2. on the Went Fork of  tbe Main Kettle River, tlience iior.tb.1fi0 chains;  thence east AO chains: tlience south lt.0 chains;  trance vest 40 chains to point of commettce-  metit, containing 640 acres, more op less.  DilcdNorember 20th; W07.  4. Commenci ntr at a post planted at the North  East'conier of The Vale Columbia Lumber  Company's location No. 2. ou the West Fork or  the Main Kettle Ktver, thence1 west 40 chains:  thence north 160 chaui*;theiico east 4o chains:  thence south 160 chains to poiut of commencement, coutainine 640 acres more or less.  Dated No-vember 20th, 1C:7.  TnE Yal,e-Cou"Mhi.v Luiibek Comi>akv,  LlMITBD.  J H. LEASIA, Arent.  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE ���NOTICE tlta*. C. C. Kltodes. of Nelson, Province of r.rttisli Colombia, by  occupation Accountant, intends to .v-plv for  permission to pnrcha.se tlielollo'.viii:,' described  land: ���  Comnieticini/ at a post planted at the "S'oith  East corner of Corman We---'-.- Lot.iXo.2tM7, nn  the West Fork of the-Main Kettle: River, thence  south 40 chaius; thence LVinHQ chains: tlience  north *ichains ; thence -ovest +j chains to tioint  of Com mencement, aud cont^iuiii^ lMi' ucres  ninre ��J less.  k   U'nted "Sovemher 20th, l'X'7.  C C. HIIOUKS.  Per Josuru IJ. Lbasia, Aj.'out  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Ecgu,  lations.  ANY available Dominion Lands -within ih��  Railway Belt In British Colnmbli ma> be  bomes'.caaed by aiij pvreOn who ii ilie BOi��  head of'a family, or anj male over is years of  age, tc , he extent of one-quarter section of 160  acres ���-'-ipre or less  Entry. muft.he made personally at the local  landrffice for the district In which the land H  situ .e.; Eutry by proxy may, however,. be  mi ? on "certain conditions by the father,  m; ,her, son, dauerhte.% brother or sister ,of an  i n .endltigr homesteader  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following plans  (1) At least six months' lesidenca upon aad  cultivation of the land In each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  dece.iMd), of the homesteader resides upon a  .'arm In the vicinity of tl.e land entered for,tho  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing with the father, or  mother.  [3i If tiie settler has his permanent resldeni;e  upon '" ai iir-land-owned by him in th- vlcin  ity-it his homestead; the requirements as In  residence may bo satisfied  by residence uprm  the said laud.  Six months' notice 'it writing should botfivec^  o ihe Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at  Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent  Coai..���Coal mlnlrltf i tRlits may be leased f o  a period of tweitty-oiie years at an..;; annual  rental of $1 pur acre. Not more than J.s<0\  acres shall be leased to one individual or  coaipviy, A royalty at the rate of live cent  per ton shall be collected on the merchantable  ro.il mined.  W   W  CO I   ,,  Deputy of ilie Minister of the Interior.  "X. hV-Unauthorized publication ol this ad-  lertisemcnt will not be pud for.  ^!  ���<!)'' ���>  m  3��*-  ^*  1 '  tm  !rmm  Similkameen Land District-   District  .. of Yale  TAKK N'OTICli tli U Josiph H I-pt, a of  the District of Yak I'roiMueof Bntitll  Columbia,by occiipmioti tlinb'-r cruiser mien i  toapply forp rjui: sio i t >)>iirvln��etriBiol ov tuir  described land: < o hhkiiciil' ilapo-.! mtiUel  1. ti. Le-isia's S.K Coti.er Poft sitnated at tlio  North. East cornci r>�� J Li, 1 ten j appltcttioti  Lot 6.22; thence north 2�� cU- .: thence vte-it  T�� chains; tiieuce-">u h _tt clt u , thcure *,'-fi  20 chains, to place >i com nenciment, and con-  t;iiuini_' 40 acres, nrbre or less  Ji seph U Leisia, Locator  Dated November 2nd  U>7  SirailKamiiin Land District.   Di5tr,ct  o. Yale  HpATCE NOTICV that A una Wt3s ��tt ofl'uk  J. Rapid* -Minn oucupjtHm Ilou-e ct^ui r,  intends -to applN fur ptru is oi to nurch/ue  tin- follow !ni; distribvil li 's Co u m u.1 w  at a post .pl'iiit'oi tt t c N nth I i tcorttfuf  W. liasJer'fvHr.'-Rinp. on KlcouI "No 1liS, b I ji  Survey Lot No. "s fi tn-rn. �� jit *ni cli virit, ,  thence south CO cl tins, thi.net Wisfsleliiiu ;  thence'north 60 cl ti > 11 i omt of C i-iin w.��-  ment cvni;aiijiu:f s** I irics  miu'ir e,  ANNV WIL'-OX  Per Heur\ "itrauHJ, A(ji.iit  Dated December Hth, 19i-7,  ^a  ;~B?SS  wmg* w^m?^^^^^
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Happy New Year
To Our Customers
Quit M©ttoo
We desire to thank 3*011 one
and all for your patronage
■during1 1%7, and hope to have
a continuance of same    :     :    :
During   1908   our   Goods   in   all
departments  will  be   found   Right
at Right Prices,
£ it 1.
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Always Ask for
Greenwood Oquor £e*
"Good Cheer"
* Who Says baKd times ? We may haVe sEen
tit to       change   our pRinter,        buT who will   thl-
dK    AnyThinG of a hTTIe thing   like That? _
";MonEj May be a TRille *Carce at the moniErjT, 1j
and treda a.HTtle SlacK but who of uS hAS the
slkiHtest douBt of the threat futUre of this GlOrious
DominioN of ouRs? Our CouNtry conTains every
required element of succesS-—including braiNS, and
thE situation is that It is simPly up tO eacH and ev-
erY one oF us to Get busy and dEveloP this, our
Noble inHeritance '     t       t 1 1 1
IWe aRe a naTion of worners. Let us each dO
oUr sharE. and' wE'll soon haVe the couNtry agfAin
hUMmiug    with  enTerpriseand inDusTrv       1 1
TfBe therefore of "GOOD CHEER," and wE give
yOu a Hearty Hand GrAsp in wishing* you a Bright,
Happy   and     ProsperOus     New YEAr.
Youhs SincErely,
A.   L.   WHITE
Phone 16        THE FURNITURE MAN
Old Stoves Taken in Exchange
Dr. M athison* .dentist, opposite
the postoffice, will be absent from
Greenwood for some months after
the end of December.
J. E. McAllister, of the B. C.
Copper Co.,went to Trail on Wednesday.    '
J. D. Spence spent from Saturday to Tuesday in Nelson on
legal business:   '
Miss Moffatt, of the staff of the
Nelson School, returned to her
work on Saturday last. '
p. T. Scobt.of Oro Denoro,was
inducted an elder of the Presbyterian church here last Sunday.
J. L. Watson returned on Friday last from Chilliwack, B.C.,
where'he had been spending the
Christmas vacation.
W. B. Willcox, editor of the
Pioneer, Phoenix, came down the
hill on Tuesday in company with
the Bonnie Brier Bush Co. It
took three sleighs to carry all the
brightness and beauty of the
R. T. Lowery, of the Ledge,
was taking in the view from the
top of the Phoenix Hill on Tuesday. It is said the Colonel was
looking for a site for a new newspaper.
Miss Newton, who has had
charge of the millinery department of Rendell & Co., went yes-,
terday to Vanconver where she
expects to spend the next season.
On Tuesday last, Jan. 7, John
Tracy, of Genesee, Idaho, and
Mrs. Lucy B. Combs, of Midway,
were married at the Manse, by
Rev.' M. D. McKee.
A. L. White returned on Friday
last from a holiday trip to Walla
Walla. Mrs. White is visiting
with her parents in Oregon.
Rev. Father Bedard went to
Rossland on Monday last to spend
a week visiting the officials of
the Church there.
W. Hazzard. who has been
manager df Thos. R. Hanson's,
Bridesville store, has been in
Greenwood this week. He left on
Thursday morning on a trip to
A. Sater, of the Norden hotel,
is in Oroville, Wash., looking
after his hotel business there.
He crossed the line on Thursday
H. Browning,purchasing agent
of the B.C. Copper Co., is spending
his few days holidays. before ^the
smelter opens on a ranchat Ducks,
near Kamloops, where he has relatives,
Born—On Jan. 9th, to Mr. and:
Mrs\ Duncan Ross, at 155 Stewart
Street, Ottawa, a Girl.
Dr. Simmons went to Phoenix
yesterday for his: usual monthly
visit-    He will be there till   the
end of the week.
E. G. Warren went to Vancouver on Tuesday on business connected with the Greenwood City
Waterworks Co..
Word is at hand from Harry
Jonns, now in Sonoro, Cal.. saying that he is in much better
health.—Anaconda News.
D. 8. Loye, who has been in
Greenwood for some months past,
has accepted a position in Nelson
and left yesterday for there.
Jas, Hunter, of -Hun lev Bros.,
Ltd., Rossland, came in on the
Phoenix stage Thursday. Mr.
Hunter is visiting his brother,
W. T. Hunter here.
The Rebekahs gave a farewell
surprise party to Miss May and
Miss Bessie Buckless and Miss
Terry on Monday night last.
The affair was held at the home
of I. Crawford.
Misses Bertha and Josephine
Mason and Miss Francis Holt
left on Thursday afternoon for
Nelson where they will attend St
Joseph's Convent. Misses May
and Bessie Buckless who will
spend the term at the same school
leave tomorrow (Saturday") afternoon.
Wm. Spier, of Grand Forks'
Inspector of the Eastern Townships Bank, was in Greenwood
on Tuesday. He weni. from here
to Midway where a?branch of the
b ank is located.
A. L. Reading, the new teach -
er tor the Anrconda school arrived in the city on Saturday last.
Mr. Reading comes from Arrowhead, B.C. He succeeds Miss Es
tabrook who has taken a schoo'
near Steveston, B.C.
At the meeting of the School
Board, held on Wednesday night
■^ast, the resignation of Miss Helen G. Moffatt, teacher of the In"
termediate form of the school
was accepted-with great regret.
Miss Moffat's resignation takes
effect at the end of February.
The Board consider that her services have shown exceptional
merit and are sincerely sorry to
lose her as a teacher in the school.
But it is the old, old story and
there is no help for it.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96
Wallace-Miller Block, open eveniiiK.s
Frequent rehearsals aire; being
held by the Greenwood Amateur
Dramatic Club in preparation for
the play which they expect to present at an eariy date. The play
is a "hummer" and ought to be
seen by everybody in the c,ity. It
■will be given first at Greenwood
and afterwards at Phoenix and
Grand Forks.    Keep it in mind.
r^^^^^tf^v^yr *^j **\f iQ_nj-*r^n/ A^>^/rfw^i
To tho Ratepayers aud   Residents' of
j After perving you -for live years
in the city council, four years as
alderman, and the past year as
mayor. I again offer myself for
nomiiiutiou for mayor on the l.'Ub
of iii is month..
In tlie past I have endeavored
to \v»)i*^ in the best' intcivins of the
city, and if elected as mayor for
the coming term I shall continue
to do the pivme.
The following gentlemen have
kindly consented ~tn stand for aldermen oM my ticket:
South .Ward—T. M. Gulley, W.
K.   Fleming.and   W: G. McMynn.
North Ward—E. H. Mortimer,
A'. F. H. Meyer and C. J, 'Wilson..
All the-abovo gentlemen are well
known to you, and men of good
business ability, who will see that
the affairs of the city are well
taken care of, and will be progressive, as well as economical wibh
the city funds.
Generally " speaking our policy
will be one of ;economy, but we
shall be always willing as far as
possible to make improvements,
viz., the water main where that
may be advisable. To complete
the new reservoir on Providence
creek, and put it in working order,
which, together with the one on
Twin kreek and the.one on Lind
creek, will give the city excellent
fire protection, whereby we hope
that a cheaper fire insurance rate
will be secured 'tor the city.
We will also favor building a fire
proof vault at the city offices, the
present accommodation being inadequate for the different bookR
and records necessary for the city
to keep safely ; do necessary repairs to sidewalks and crossings
and make extensions tesame where
We will, .as far as possible, see
that the city police force is prop-
perly maintained,, and will expect
the members of the force to do
their duty, to restrict gambling
and keftp out of tho city all rounders, professional gamblers, etc.
Our aim will al ways' be to work
for the, best interest, of the community.
If at any time any enterprise
should come up which has the appearance of helping to build up our
city, we shall be most pleased to
favorably consider the' same, but
will not run the city into indebtedness unless we see some good and
sure returns.   "
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mine;                                  camp.  ' '    1900       1901       1902       1903       1904-             1905          1906
Granby Mines Phoenix 64,553   231.762 309,858v393,718 548,703        653,889     801,404
Snowshoe Phoenix 297        1,731    20,800   71,212       ...                 '_            g',426
Mother   Lode          Deailwood 5,340     99,034  141,326 138,079 174,208        174,567     104,'l20
Brooklyn-Stemwiuder  Phoenix ...             ...           ...      >     ...       25,950          55,7il     140.685
Rawhide   Phoenix ...             ...           ....           ...        '3,070          25,108      26,032
Idaho, Phoenix     Phoenix ...             ,..           ...           ...           ...                  ...           2,960
Sunset,  Deadwood .... .            802      7,455    15,731     3,250        ' 3^56       48,390  •
Mountain Rose Summit ...            ...           ...           ...          1,759           4,747         4,555
Athelst-in-Jackpot    Welling-ton 1,200         550       ...           5,646     4,586
Morrison Deadwood ...            ....            150       3,339
B. C. Mine Summit 19,494      47,405   14,811    19,365      ....           >      ^            ^345
R. Pell Summit ...          ...'              560                    '   '"
Emma  •.    Summit ...                 650     8,530   22,937   37,960           9^85       12,881
Oro Denoro   Summit ...            ...           ....          15,537   16,400           3.007        6,404
Senator ...Summit ...           ...           ...               363     3,450           1833
Sulphur King.... Summit ..           ...           ...           ...           ...                     33
Brey Fogle Summit ...          ...           ...           ...              222
No. 37   Summit ...           ...           ...           ...               364             ",           '_'
Reliance  Summit ..           ...           ...           ....                33
Winnipeg- Wellington 1076         1,040         785     2,435    ...                   "jso       "_
GoWen Crown     Wellington 2,250      ...                625    .:
King   Solomon W,   Copper ...                875   ...           ...           ...                                 "
BigCopper W. Copper ...          ...          ....          ....          ....                             ■     5gg
No.7Mine '. Ctetral ....          665        482   ...           ...                  '''_
City oi Paris White'** ...              2,000   ...           ...           ...                   "^           "
Jewel Long Lake 160       .350   ...
Carmi West Fork ....                 890   ....  . '     ....           ....                      i0       '"  30
Sally     ,    West Fork ...•         ...           ....          ....                79              145           g6
Riverside West Fork
Providence Providenec      ... ...                 219            993     726              -770       1140
Elkhorn.' Providence     .... ,..    400     325 ^50 15$.
Skylark.. 1 Skylark        52 535 589
Helen Skylark ...           ...            ...           ...          ...                      gn
Bonnie Bell  ...           ...    '     ...          ,.,                      20
Crescent  ...          ,..           ...          ...                      9n
Don Pedro .".  ...           i..           •••           •••           ...                       40            45
Mavis  —           ...           ...           ...           ...                       20'
Strathmore  ...          ...          ...           ,..          ...                      20          140
Rambler  ..»          ...          ...          ...          ...                      •  ■ , •      yg
Preston  ...          ....          ...           ...          ...                   _                20-
Prince Henry   Skylark ••                150   ...          ...          ...                                     15
Last Chance. ...Skylark •••          •••          •••          •••               50               559
EPU. Mine .; Skylark        •- 167     300 255       Z
Bay .Skylark        —   73
Ruby Boundary Falls .:.             .    80   ;..
Republic '..: Boundary -Fall*        *o '"20 '
Miscellaneous  3,230    3,456          325           SOO,     750               500         171
Total  ton's  97,600   390,501   5C6.816   690,422 829,708          934,708 1,164,034
Smel er Treatment
Granby Co Grand Forks 62,387   230,828   312,340 40l,921'596,252         637 988     838,847
B.C. Copper Co Greenwood ...       117,611    148,<K>0 162,913 210,484          210830     121,031
Dom. Copper Co Boundary Falls      ..._                132,570   30,930 34^59    218,'811
ToUl tons reduced  62,387   348,439   460,940 697,404 837,666         982^877 1,178~689
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1,158,561    12,887
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Anderson Bros*
For the last twenty years this Fine Tea has been
imported directly from Assam, India. It is a
straight, pure Assam Tea,not a blend.and coming always from one Garden the flavor is always the same
We all have our notions leg-arding- • |
coffee, and it's not easy to produce . J
a blend -that , will.* suit 'everybody.
• But WE seem to have such a blend.
Ii's all coffee arid all good coffee. If
you don't like-it you'll be the first
one.    Try   it.     'Per   3lb   package
f 6 Rettt
Cottage, 4 rooms,, close-in.
" 4 rooms, hear hospital
'"       4 rooms, near  Smelter
Log House, 4 rooms "       "
Cabinsand Rooms in air parts
■ of the City.
Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltl'p
'* -•"'
I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.I
Tresb and Cured Meats
Fi$b and Poultry;
-»««fto«-9*<-?*a»ft»aft »««»««««•>*• «e*«<'-wA^*ft*aftft»ftft»»»«««*«
For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sew-
og Machines,'Organs, Etc. A.
L.White,-The 2nd Hand Man,
Phone 36. '
Get your Trial Balance Books,
Gem Calendar Pads, Diaries and
Blank Books at McRae Bros.
Application N». 12535a.
1,122,690      15,695
Articles of Household Furniture, Cook .Stove, Queen
Heater* also Portable Bath
and Lady's and Gent's Bicycles. Apply at the residence
of L, B. Hodge, Gold Street
(near Ladysmith Hotel).
TAKE NOTICE tliat an application has
be«u mad* lo register Harcourt P. Dickinson, as tbe owner la FerSiinple.uader a Tax Sale
Deed trota Georf* Birkett Taylor, Collector of
Municipality of the Cltr of Greenwood, to
Harcourt P. D3clcljison,btaringrdate tbe7thday
of December,A.D. 1907, of all and iltrgnlar that
certain parcel or tract of land aud premises
situate, lying* and being in the" City of ^Green-
Wood, in the Pxovinceof British Columbla,m'ore
particularly known and described aiV.the North
36 feetoft,otPKe (5), Block Elev«n.(ll),: Map
Twenty-One (31), City oi Greenwood.
.' You and each of yon are required to contest
the claim of the tax onrchaser within forty-five
lays from the date of the first insertion of this
notice, anC In default of a caveator certificate
of lis pendens being- filed—and in default of redemption—within such period, yon will be for
ever estopped and debarred -from setting up any
claim to orfnurespect of the said land, and I
shall rejrlater Harcourr P, Dickinson as owner
thereof. . .  ■
.Dated at Laud Registry Office, Kamloops,
Province of British Colnmbla, this Sixth
day of January. A.D. 1908.
District Registrar   '.
haul ties. Two-miie haul.
Good road, all down ijrade.
Apply  at   once    to Times'
Office. ''■'■-.


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