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 y^7:7:^^MS7:^^W^t777:  w  7  ��� ���:'Vfci-i  VOL. 13  GR_B)iTWC>OD,  FRIDAY,    JANUARY 29,  w_i mn_if an ��i itw _t_ea_���M^aga^^^^^MKgM^B^,^���  1909.  No. 21  0<>000��0<><>0000<>000<>0<X>000000<>0<>000<>00<X>0<KK>0<>0<>00000<>^  Spedial Sale  Saturday   and   Monday,  For Saturday and Monday only, we  will pi ace on Sale our entire line of  15c Flannelette and Wrapperette for  10 cents per Yard  BARCLAY & CO;  DRY G00DS---B00TS & SHOES-���MILLINERY  *-'-y77y- ��� %  ft.  t Start the New Year Right *  By getting a.    -.  ',.        v ��  iREGINft WATCH f  They  are the Best in the* World,  A. LOGANM CO.  ft  5" Have these Watches at all prices, from $7 to $100,  They are absolutely guaranteed;  Call and See Them  \hft Special discount on all watch cases during this month fc  J* ���'���-"'���' v    ;   Vi  i mi ���* ���.. - "v    *���-      *��� ^���''-���ja-^ --.;��''-~H;,Z''7 ;,*v*-'' ' ", ���������"^&i^--^-v,'-J"-"^-<^^'^  ���0<X>0<>00000��>0<H>��00000^000<>000<M>0<)0000000��000000��04XXOO  Waking a well known  Curling  Greenwood curlers have chosen  McMynn, Birnie, Frith and Dill  as skips for the Burn's cup competition with Phoenix, two games  to be played in Phoenix and two  in Greenwood next Monday night;  and the same en the following  Friday.  In case of a tie the four skips  of each club will compose a rink  to play off for the cup.  Fair weather. prevailed with-  McCutheon and Crawford in the  Warren series but skip Simmons  and his rink figuratively s&Hck. a  snowstorm. T&*-:,  v., . ��� . ->J  In the annual game between  the Fish-eaters and the Mush-  caters the Ontario men were beaten for the first time by -the Maritime representatives. ' Sixteen  ends were played-with a score of  23 to 37.  Cinderella Dance  V  >���jrhe Monday evening dance  gtypn by the Cinderella club in  the Auditorium was>a very enjoyable affair. A number ot tho visiting members of the Mining Institute were present besides a  few invited guests from outside  points*.  The hall was tastefully decora-  ted for the occasion and a pleasant program of dances was led by  the Greenwood six-piece orchestra,  lunch being served at twelve.  MING INSTITUTE  METALS.  New York, Jan. 27���Silver',  51 ?��; copper, I3j4 to 13#, dull  and nominal.  London,Jan. 27���Silver 2313-16;  lead, .��13 2s. 6d.  Jaa, 27���Closing quotations oh  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid Asked  Bv C, Copper  7.75 8.00  Granby 100.00  Dominion Copper :43^ 56^  Snowshoe v       ��7# 07^  : .,* Copper Quotations.  B.C. Copper...... 7.,....:.. $7.75  Granby I.:.'.............. 102^00  Dominion Copper -.43%  A Farewell Supper ���  A farewell supper was tendered  to Mr. A. B. Sowter at the Myncaster hotel on Tuesday evening,  prior to his departure for Ottawa,  where be will assume his duties  in the Statistical office.        ';   "  There were fifty present, Mr.  R. W. Taylor in the chair. Apologies were received from a number regretting their inability to  attend.  Those who contributed to the  musical part of the program were:  Messrs. Crawford, J. Burgess,  A: Milrov, ��� D, McBride, W. H.  Spmer,  Mr. Sowter made a neat speech  in which he stated he was^orry  to leave the district.  8.00  106.00  ���56#  Scott McRae and Thos. Bran-  nigan have returned from a trip  to the West Copper.  N. J Dunlop, local:, manager  for the B. C. Telephone Coi; has  been transferred to Vancouver,  and will leave for that city on  February 1st.  4 Arv/>^*��V'����v^><V^��,^��wV'w\�� ir*'\/*'\f**\**^*'\*f\r*'>i>'*\r"'\r '  t  ���^   ���^'^^^z^^^^^/^^/'  GENERM: MINING  i  Stanfield's Under-Wear is the best  value manufactured  The only place you can secure this line is from us.-  Mens Heavy Grey Ribbed, all wool       $2.50 Suit  Mens Extra Heavy Grey, all wool 3.00 Suit.  Mens Heavy Brown Ribbed, all wool       4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool   ��� 4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 5.50 Suit.  The above lines are guaranteed not to Shrink.  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  oVooooooooooooo<>oo<>ooopoo<>ooooooo<x>o<>o<>oooooooooock>6  Tom Henderson shipped a car  of ore from the Bounty Fraction  to Trail Smelter this week.  Things are looking especially  well in the Canadian North-west  oil camp at Pincher Creek, Alberta.  At a depth of 1,450 feet oil and  gas have been struck that gives  every promise of becoming a producing well.  Harry L. Rodgers, of Spokane,  representing New York interests in the Ymir camp, has taken  a bond on the Yukon Fraction for  $35,000. In addition he is working the Canadian and Yankee  Girl claims under a $40,000 bond,  the initial- payment at $4000  on the last mentioned properties,  having been paid over a few days  ago.  The West Canadian Placer company has been formed with a capital of $75,000 to acquire an option on the Turner mining lease  in the Caribeo.  : OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPOOOOO  JX  D.&L.  Malt Extract  We recommend this Malt Extract as  being one of the Best, if not the Best  preparation of its kind, on the market.  Three Bottles for $1.00,  delivered free to any part of Greenwood  or Anaconda.  while in places platinum'is   also  found.  A smelter will shortly be erected   in   Vancouver   to treat  ore  brought down from mines  in Alaska, according to William Rae,  of the Sunset Mines company.  Great interest is been taken in  the recent discoveries of copper-  bearing ores in the vicinity of  Vancouver.  The Golden Zone at Hedley,  which is a gold property with a  5 stamp mill, owned by the Marks  Brothers, will resume operations  early in the spring.  The   Snow   Top  group  Creston has been sold.  near  The Granby Co. has been making an average of over 2,000,000  lb. per month, resulting in a net  profit of $60,000 to $70,000 per  month.  It is probable that the U.S. will  put lead on the free list or failing  that will reduce the duty on that  metal to 1c per pound.  Free gold has being discovered  en the La Rose group, a well-  ks*wn silver property at Cobalt.  THOMAS DRCG .& MUSIC CO.  The Store of Quality,  5<|<>OOCOO<>00<>000<>0000000000000��<>0000000<HK>00<>000000000'  It is stated that there is ground  in the Similkameen valley that  offers much promise to gold dredging enterprise. In the early days  placer mining was carried on in  this district to quite aa extent,  but of late years the white miners have taken to Lode mining,  leaving the placers to the Chinese.  The gravel in this district would  ���ot average ever 30 tt. ia depth  and the bed rock is not too hard.  Data so far obtained shows that  this gravel would carry from 25  to 30 cents per cubic yard in gold,  The carat is the unit of weight  used for weighing pearls and  precious stones. It is equal to  three and one-fifths grains Troy.  The term carat is also, used to express the fineness of gold, in  which connection it means one-  tweaty-fourth part. Pure gold  is 24 carats fine. Fourteen carat  gold is 14 twenty-fourths pure  gold.  Assigning as a reason the objectionable acts of a walking delegate, four of the copper producing properties in Arizona, together with several smaller mines,  closed down recently, and it is  Baid that the tieup in the district  adjoining Globe and Moreni might  become  general in a few days.  The properties so far effected  are the Old Dominion aad the  Globe Consolidated Copper companies, working the Miami, Superior and Boston. Other mines  followed the Old Dominion and  a general closing down is said to  be imminent.  The fourth general meeting of  the Western Branch of the Canadian Mining Institute was held  in the Courthouse, Greeuwood,  January 25th and 26tb.  In   the   absence   of   A   B. W.  .Hodges the chair was occupied by  S. S. Fowler.    The local government and civic officials and representatives of   the   district   press  were present, while the personnel  jot the institute in attendance was  [composed   of   B. A. Isaac; Louis  j Pratt, J. A. Whittier, S. 8. Fowler, J. L. Retallack, H. P.   Dickinson, A. G. Larson, Chas Rundberg, O. B. Smith,    C. S. Baker.  S. E.  Belt. Frederick Keffer,   M.  D. Mcintosh, W. C.   H.   Wilson,  A. Burnett, R. W; Hinton, James  McGregor, H. J. Nichols, Thomas Kiddie and  E. Jacobs,   secretary.  Mayor Bunting welcomed the  Institute to the City e/F Greenwood  and invited their attention to the  important mineral resources and  the mining and smelting industries of the Boundary district in  which there were numerous properties on which the occurrence  of ores high in silver and gold  had been pr.bved in addition to the  great copper mines the abundant  production of which was well and  widelv known.  Much capital was heeded for the  more extensive development of  the mineral resources of the district, and he hoped that the meeting of the Institute in Greenwood  would have the effect of directing  the attention of capitalists to the  favorable field the Boundary  offers for the investment of money in mining enterprises.  Aid. Dixon in a brief' resume of  the mining -ii.^* .pounding  Greenwood: '���.g8frU.5 par t i cular attention, toibe.urgent aeed^ofrcapi-  .tal oh the West Fork as an instance oi what promise could be  given for a fair expenditure in development work.  Government Agent McMynn  expressed the hope that the next  meeting would be held at a time  when surface examinations of  mineral showings could be more  conveniently made.  Tbe chairman referred to the  difficulties of getting a thoroughly representative gathering together from all parts in a country of  great distances and diversified  mining industries, which did much  to prevent the frequent interchange of visits which is desired.  Invitations were received from  the Cinderella club and the Greenwood club; and also from the B.  C. Copper company stating that  arrangements had been made for  showing the members over the  company's properties.  Compliments were paid to Mr.  Hodges, the retiring chairman,  for valuable services rendered to  the Institute, and felicitations  were tendered to K, W. Brock on  his appointment to the Directorate of the Geological  Survey.  Resolutions were adopted expressing appreciation of the good  work done for the mining industry  bv the "B.C. Mining .Record ;'  of approval and appreciation of  the Federal Government through  the Department of Mines, in seek,  ing a solution of the difficulties  attendant on the economic smelting of iron ores by practical experiments in electro-thermic reduction, and endorsing the action  of the Provincial Government for  assistance rendered.  The meeting expressed its appreciation of the services rendered to the mining industry by the  first and present Minister of Mines,  Hon Wm. Templeman, and of the  action of the Premier in retaining Mr. Templeman in that office.  Mr. Kiddie's address concerning experiments was heard with  interest as were also technical  papers by Mr. Jacobs on the "Provincial mineral production of  1908;" M.D. Mcintosh, superin-  deut of the Mother Lode, on  "Mining methods aad equipment  at the Mother Lode mine;" and  Mr. Burnett on "Some notes on  gas power and its applicability to  mining."   Lack of space forbids  Wrestling Match  Jack Calder, of- Greenwood, received the decision iu the handicap catch-as-catch-can wrestling  match with Frank Allard, of  Phoenix, last Thursday night.  Allard had a heavy advantage'  over the local wrestler in weight  and was to throw Calder twice in  half an hour.  Calder was put to the mat in  14 minutes but sprang a surprise  when be went after the hill-man  and put him down in eleven minutes.  Another match has been arranged to take place iu the Auditorium, in this city on the 12th of  February for 40 and 60 per cent,  nf gate receipts and a side bet of  $100. There will be no handicap  and the match will be catch-as-  catch-can with only the stranglehold barred.  Arrangements are being made  for two preliminary events, one  of which will be a contest between  two lecal wrestlers under Cornish  rules. A great deal of local interest is being taken in the event,  as it will unquestionably be the  finest exhibition of the manly art  of wrestling which has been seen  in Greenwood tor many moons.  Alberta Railways.  Mr. Tate, solicitor for the company has confirmed the report  that the G.T.P. will build from  Wainwright to Calgary this year  and intimates that the line will  be continued south to the international boundary.  The Canadian Northern railway under its pending arrange-  with the Alberta government will  at once start to build a connecting  line bet ween Edtuonton and Cal-  gary^li is probable that this line  will strike the C.N.R. Saskatoon  branch at a point' about 25 miles  northeast of Calgary. But it may  be regarded as assured that a C.  N.R. service between Calgary  and Edmonton will be part of the  present program.  "Two Bits" for a dozen Navel  Oranges,^ with your Sunday order  at "Smith's," Anaconda.  County Court.  Judge Brown presided at a si t -  of the County Court at Greenwood  on Tuesday. Naturalization papers were given to Swan Anderson,  Jas. Poggi, E. E Brage, M.  Trache, O. W. Dahlstram, Ole  Nordin, L. L, Grebstad, Ed.  Olson, J. A. Olson.  The following was the docket :  Smith & McEwen vs. Culver���  Judgement for plaintiffs. J. P.  McLeod for plaintiffs.  Sater & Johns vs. Macaulay���  Settled. J. P. McLeod for plaintiff. J. D Spence for defendant.  Walker vs. Gaunce���Judgment  for plaintiff, C. J. Leggatt for  plaintiff, I. H. Hallett for defend,  ant.  Hanson vs Smith���Set for 10th  February. A. S. Black for plaintiff, I. H. Hallett  for defendant.  Munro vs. Gaunce-Withdrawn.  C. J. Leggatt for plaintiff, I. H.  Hallett for defendant.  Smith vs. Rolls���Judgment for  plaintiff in $654.54 and cost*. C.  J. Leggatt for plaintiff, J. P. McLeod for defendant. '  . Calgary Brewing Co. vs. Maslonka���Day to be fixed C. J.  Leggatt for plaintiff, J. P. McLeod for defendant.  Robinson vp. Cartier���  , This case was  concerning the  seizure of a quantitv of ice at the  Windsor hotel and was tried   before a jury of five.  Robinson sued Cartier a former  proprietor and received judgment  last Julv for $120. Jas. McCreath  bad purchased the ice from Car-  tier, and along with all other appurtenances of the hotel h?d disposed of it to the present proprietors, McClung and Goodeve, who  as interpleaders, now claimed the  iceV    ������ ���   ,- ,-���  ' The question was whether McCreath had purchased from Car;  tier prior to the seizure by the  sheriff.  After three hour's deliberation  four of the jury found that McCreath had done so and judgment was given accordingly.  J. D. Spence for Robinson ; J.  P. McLeod for McLuug and Goodeve. ";.:  even a  resume of these   valuable  compilations at present.  The two day's session of the  Institute with the attendant visit  to the B.C. C��pper company's  plants was a pleasant and instructive event for those in attendance  aad closed wtth thanks and felicitations te all who had contributed to the success ef the meeting  at Greenwood.  For the privilege of serving the  Greenwood people we are paying  a city license of $50 a year. Get  one of our. nice fat Turkeys for  Sunday's dinner and help us wipu  out this expense. J. P. Flood is  in charge of our Meat Department  aud will pick out just what you  want, or ring up Phone 21. We'r.:  always at hand. L. A. Smith &  Co.  January 29.'09  , BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following telle (fives the ore shipments of Boundarj mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1994, 1905, 1906, 1907,19 OS as reported to the Greenwood Times���  Paat  MlNB. 1901        1982        1903 1904 1905        1906 1907 1908        1909    Wert  Granby   Mines.... 231.763    309.858   393,718   549,793   653,889   801,484   612,537 1,028,747 61,495  9,gffl  Snowshoe      1,741    20,800    71.212            8.4*   135.001        50,756 36,516    8,154  B. C. Copper Co   Mothe: tode....     99,034   141,326   138,079   174,298   147.576   105,90C   208,231     294,635    7,074  B.C. Mine    19,494     47,405     14,811     19,365       1,488      1,712       Emma  650      8,530     22,937     37,960      9,485     11,804     18J74  802  550    .  Oro Denoro.   Napoleon   Others -   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.  Idaho.   Kawhide   Sunset   Mountain Rose.  Athlestan   Morrison..    -  ....  R. Hell   Senator   Brev Foifle.   No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur King-   Winnipeg-     1,076  Golden Crown    2.250  Kini; Solomon   Big Copper.   No. 7 Mine..   City of Parts    Jewel       ��W  Riverside -.  Carmi..       Salty   Rambler    ���   Butcher Boy   Duncan   Providence-   Elkhorn   Strathmore    _   Golden Eagle     _   Preston    -   Prince Henry     _   Skylark    _   Last Chance   _   E. P. U. Mine.    _   Bay.   -   Mavis.   _   Don Pedro    _   Ceescent    _   Helen ���-    _   Ruby    -   Republic...    ��� ....  Miscellaneous..   15,537     16,400      3,007  32,350  3,177     14,481  i>   ".'.".   55,731   140,686  58,989    791  .    11,206   11,213     177  506  7,455     15,731  1/40  "'iris  5,646  150  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  3,339  560  363  786,  625  25,108  3.056  4,747  3.450  222  364  33  26,032  48^90  3^56  1,833  43.295        4,870  2,960     1��2*3  64,173     11,971  31.270  31,258  3,450  398  .   9  649  2,435  33  150  666  2,000  360  482  2,iXA)  890  586  219  80  3,��s6  30  106  30  79  145  65  76  9  770  18  993  726  1,140  400  325  150  40  20  140  20  IS  52  535  589  50  300  689  2=*  167     73  20  40  ��i  90  80  90  120  40  700  30  .56  60  224  30  ..S3  325  500  60  750  20  500  Total, tons.���    330^00   501376 690.419   829.308   933.5481,161,5371,148417           G^byCorea'U*^03��   S1W*0   4��.��l   9K>*52   ��7.<W8   8*��,��70   637,626 1,037,5��4 6?,29V  BC Copper Co    117,611   148,600   162.913   219,484   210439   12WW   341,954   .76.045 ij,9��  Dcm. Cop. Co...           132^70 30 84.059   218JJ11   153.439     JJJoO        T-tel rednced... 62,389   348,439   460,��40   697,404 S37,66t> '9S2.8771,172,4031,233,017      ._,   8.837  "Vl  SSI ^M7sy^ '���  'Miiiii.ii   , iniw  ?r~"v?3P'  ���w��jh  ma(itiil������wL.-  V' Ji  THE   B0UNt>ARY   CREEK TIMES  I*  3  I  !  CP*  <p��  CP*  CP*\  ..Bank of Montreal.  S3  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President :    Loku strathcona am> .Mount Hoyal, U. C. ni. u.  l'l-csicleut :    Sik r.BOKfiv. A. Dkummon-kK.C. M. ('..  ViM-Pr��*iileiit awl General Manajrer :    Sik K. S. Ci/itlSTON, I.akt  j a:i ti.�� iTiucipa. ^ jjew Y0rRi ohicaMo.  ; Grant Commercial a"  *4  w-r  Bf inches ia Loudon, EM. i Cuw in Canada.  I)uv   and sell Slerliuif Exclianfe and Ca'ule Transfers  Travei'.er.s" Credit:,, available in any partjof Uie world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR/Manager. ��|  mMMMMMMmmmwm  1836  73 Years trv Business. Capital and Recorvo Over $7,000,000.  may be opened by two members of a f.iiuily.  Hither may dfjiosit or withdraw money on  bis or her  own signature alone, so that  either may do the banking-, as is-, most convenient.  81.oo opens n Savings Account.    Interest  at   highest  current rate is paid Money may be withdrawn  at any tune.  Greenwood Branch-v/H. F. STOW, Manager,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary PTBLrc.  Cable Address:       ���' Hausti."  I Bedford M'NeLU's  Codes < Moreiup & NealV  I Leiber's  Qmewwooo, B. O'  Z0!&}jj$k  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  ���-'ftwKA- No. 38.I. 0. O. F.  Meein ever J   Tuesday  Evcnioe at 8 00 in tlie  i. <;>. O. F. Hall.    A cordial in-vl UtionUex  leixleil to all Hoi'mrniitp bretUern.  D. A. MACDONALD A. JAYNES,  N. G. V. G.  A. LOGAN.   Kec. Sec.  Clx  Boundary CreeR Times  Issued every Tridav  Millar &. Davioson, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAR  Maxagek  SUUHCKIKriON'S IN  ADVANCE.  Pits  Yl'.r-.H     2 'hi  K:<X Mosths   1 1"  his ideals.  If George's ideals are no higher  than that ememplified in his conduct at G-reenwood Sir Wilfrid  Laurier will never suffer from any  criticism from him.  R. L. Borden will continue to  lead the Conservative party  though the status of Geo. E. Foster in the eleventh Canadian parliament has not yet been definitely announced.  play of agricultural and horticultural products exhibited at the  1909 fair.  It is announced from Winnipeg  that all the western program of  the C.P.R. has been adopted by  the executive. A new line 400  miles long will be built south of  the present line connecting Leth-  bridge with the Soo line.  To FoR.i-.irt.'.' '.'oimrBiK*  SO  That Germany is sorry for,her  action in penalizing Canadian  trade is amply proven by the endeavors being made to get in commercial touch with this  country,  Germany has learned that the  loss of the Canadian trade is a  national calamity to the Fatherland.  FRIDAY.  JANUARY 29, 1509  Grove L. Johnson has introduced a bill in the California legislature denying aliens the right to  own lands in that state.  His' second measure seeks to  prevent an alien frombecoming a  director in a corporation.  These acts are said to be aimed  at the Japanese and it is also  staved that it is not intended that  they should become law.  If that is the case it would appear that Grove L. has been playing to the gallery. We have seen  the same thing repeated' in B.C.,  and prototypes of Grove h. Johnson have been much in evidence  in the province for about a dozen  years.  CAMDA AT TBE ALASKA-  YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSITION  Recent advices' received by the  exposition management from the  Canadian Exposition commissioner, sta'es that the work of collecting and assembling the exiiibi  of lhe government of Canada b-.s  been underway for several ni>nihr.  and it will be the mos? elaborate  and comprehensive ever under  taken by the Canadian government at anv exposition. In the  exhibit particular attrition is  given to the agricultural vesou--  ces of the country, and both Brit  isli Co'umbia and Eastern Canada  will be fully represented in ibe  display.  .  In addition to the* exhibit of  the Canadian government tbe  Canadian Pacific railway will  have a building and exhibit.  As British Columbia is directly  adjacent to the exposition the exhibit from this section of Canada  will furnish the larger portion of  the exhibit. The mineral resources of British Columbia will be  fully exploited and there will be  exhibits of every known mineral  found in this section,  Canada will also make a com-  pr< hensivo display of its dairyiug  and will be a strong contendor in  the exposition live stock show.  The exposition management bas  appropriated $100,000 for premiums in this department and  blooded stock trom all parts of  U.S. and Canada will be shown.  Already a number of the best  knpwn breeders of Canada have  made applications to enter stock.  1 PROVINCIAL ITEMSJ  Fruit lands at Grand Forks are  selling for $500 an acre.  Tlie Kettle Vallev Farmer'* f i-  stitu'e held their anrunl meeth g  at Grand Forks on Wednesday.  Jud.e B'i'iwn itrt'hide.'l at a es-  sion of the County Ou:f atG a��d  Fu-. ks ;t -.= v. u'k.  The GT.P. will buiid to E^t  K ��"ti na\- and wi-I e��*enti.:'liv  compete with the Great Northern  and the C.P.R. i-i ihe  ��> mndarv.  According    to   tj.iost     advices  Win. Sloan will  resign    his   s-at  for Comox-Atlin in   favor of Mr  Templeman.  The legislature  of   B C.   is in  session at Victoria.  Twentv thousand tons of inck  was moved in one blast at.Prince  Rupert.  A railway will be be built from  Duncan to Cowrichan lake on  Vancouver Island.  There are 85 men in Vancouver's fire department.  Ihe new C.P.R. steamship Princess Charlotte is the best appointed steamer on the Pacific  coast.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate iu vocal  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday.  Tuesday arid Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  Arrow Lake and Slocan ranchers have formed a farmer's ii sti-  lute.  Editor W. J. Clement, of the  Penticton Press, was married  last, week to Miss H. L,. Burritt,  of Mount Pleasant, Vaucouvi r.  Cranbrook school board is asking the city council . for $50 000  for the schools.  Armstrong has bought tke electric light plant in that cit} for  $24,000.  Robert   Morrison, former   city  clerk of Keiowna, is dead.  TWELFTH  ANNUAL  WINTER   CARNIVAL  Splendid Sport  Canada's exhibit at the Alaska-  Yukon-Pacific exposition will be  the most comprehensive ever undertaken by the Canadian Government in connection with a  world's fair.  One of the finest views on the  grounds of the exposition will be  from the verandas of the Canadian building, which overlooks  two lakes and three mountain  ranges.  Handsome Trophies and Prizes  A GRAND  PROGRAM  From Tuesday  Night until  Saturday Night  Reduced Transport  tation Pates  0.  Under the Auspices of  THE CITIZENS OF  ROSSLAND  Daniel Thomas, President  FEB. 2-6, '09  For informal ion   apply   to  H. P.McOaney, Sec  Hockey  Championship of II.C,  Ski Jumping  Snowshoe paces  Championsh      of  B.C. 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The mineral resources of British Columbia will be fully shown  at Seattle.  The Canadian building will be  ready to receive exhibits by  May  1st.  With tbe possible exception of  the State of Washington, Canada  will have the most complete  dis-  REDUCES   THOS3  BAKING   HOURS!  Why have an oven  sufficient only for throe  pies when "Sask-altaH  Range oven will take  four pies and other  cooking? The more  baking space you have  ���the less fuel you use���the less work you do.  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of expense in the kitchen.     "Sask-alta"  Range saves both for you.  Hotel.  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size:   Octavo.   Pages:  1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scope: The Copper Industry of the  World.  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With each dis  play'of ore samples of the. hanging wall and foot wall will be ex-  Tbe. people  of   Newfoundland  have protesled against   some   of  hibited in order that mining men | the proposed   articles   of   settle-  will be able to know the country  formation in which the ledge is  located.  With each exhibit will be a  statement giving the name of the  owner of the property, location,  by district; amount of development work done and the extent of  the ledge as shown by the development work and average assays  secured from the rock."  This statement will be prepared by the state commissioner in  charge of the preparation of the  mining exhibit and will be compiled from personal inspection of  the property;���Northwest Mining  News.  ment in the fisheries dispute with  the Uoiied States.  The Manitoba legislature  will  meet on February 4tb,  Lord Nirthote is mentioned  as successor of Lord Grey as  Governor-General of Canad?.  expositions, and while this has  added to the beauty of the dis^  play it has prevented interested  parties from securing' reliable  data.  In the Washington- display at  the 1909 fair there will be no picked   samples fexhibited   and  no  mining company will be  allowed  to exhibit its ore unless the property   has  first  established   its  COAL BUCKET FELL ON BIM  Couldn't Walk For Two Months-  Worker Owes His Restoration To  Zam-Buk  J. H. Brooks, the noted English explotr, has beeu k lied by  ua'tives in Thibet.  given away every month absolutely  free with J  Emma Goldman, charged with  inching to riot, has been released  on $2,000 bail at San Francisco.  Earthquakes have beeu felt  from time to time in Southern Italy siiice the greatQ lis;s er.  Frank W. Morse, general man-  ager of the G.T.P., has resigned.  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  . Mining District.  Mr. Daniel Goddard, of Bay Street,  Sault Ste Marie, Ont, says���"While  employed superintending the unload  ing" of a coal vessel at Cohan's coal dock  a heavy coal bucket descending- into  the veasel to be refilled suddenly overturned, grazing a��y left leg and scraping tbe flesh off to the bone. I was  compelled to discontinue work and go  home for treatment, where I was confined for about two months.  "When able to go nt again I got cold  ia the wound, inflammation started,  tbe \wound opened up again, and for  another month I was unable to move  about. I tried all manner of things to  get ease and to get the wound to heal  up, but nothing seemed able to do it.  Not only did everything I tried seem  useless so far as healing went, but I  could get no ease from the aching and  burning pains. At times I was just  i about crazy with the intense throbbing  pains/ind   night   after night   got no  j^eep^whate^er.  ,... -  "Not"uatlt' my wife began applying  Zam-Buk, did I find relief. When applied to "the" injured member thin balm  quickly soothed the pain, and as we  continued using it each day brought an  improvement. The throbbing pains  were soon banished, the inflammation  and soreness relieved, and the wound  thoroughly cleansed 6f all poisonous  and unhealthy matter  Healing then began," and in a wonderfully short time���considering the  seriousness of the wound���Zam-Buk  effected a complete and lasting cure, I  have since had ao trouble with the  limb at all, and it is. as sound and  strong a8 before the injiirv,"  Zam Buk is a sure cure for cuts,,lacerations, cczema.ring-worm, cold sores  chapped hands, poisoned wounds, festering seres, bad leg, and all skin dig'  eases and injuries. It is also a cure  for piles. Druggists arid stores every  where sell at SOc a box, or p st free  from zam-Buk Co., Toronto, on receipt  of price, You are warned against  harmful imitations sometime repre  seated as "just as good and cheaper"  &amaaawaBaaawawa*amBBaaaaawam  The damage caused by floods  in the Sacramento Valley is estimated at $1,500,000.  oyal Standard Flour  Every 491b. sack of Royal Standard Flour leaving  our mills contains a numbered coupon. On tbe last day of  each month 10 numbers will be drawn and published in the  first issue of this paper following. To each one holding  the duplicates of these numbers, we will, upon return to  ns of coupon, deliver free of all charges to any address a  HANDSOME CHINA DINNER SET of 109 pieces,  value $25 00.  Full particulars on the back of each coupon. BEGIN SAVING THEM TODAY.  REMEMBER We guarantee every sack of Royal  Standard to be the purest, sweetest and most wholesome  bread flour on^the market.    Manufactured only by  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO.. LTD.  Vancouver, B. C.  Canadian;  RAILWAY  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Low Round Trio Rates to  ONTARIO,   OUEBEC   AND  MARITIME   PROVINCES  Tickets on sale December 1 to Dec. 3\,  inclusive, good lo return within   three  months.  Tickets issued iii  connection  Atlantic  Steamship   business   will   be on   wle  from Nov. 21,and limited to five mouths  from date of issue.  Finest Eauiptnent    Standard  First  Class Sleepinsr and Tourist Cars On all  Through Trains.  2 Through Express trains daily  The election of a member to  represent the Yukon in the House  of Commons resulted in the selection of Fred T. Congden, Liberal,  by a good majority.  I  _ ,  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"     /  Leaves Winnipeg'daily at 22.10,   making connections  at    Toronto   for  all  points east and west thereof  Apply to nearest C^RR. Agent tor full  inforniation.  B.   F?.   RED PAT -1     AfiBNT  RREENWOOD  J. EProcloi. D.PA, Calgaiy  The transcontinental railroads  have announced the lowest rates  ever given to Pacific Northwest  points tor next year.  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  T The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ���JThe Times is improve  ing it's stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  ^The. Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-room House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mortimer.  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���lands,timber or min.  es���in British Columbia.  Address in first instance  with full purticulars���"Capital," c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Vancouver,  Full line ef office and pocket  piaries for 1909 at Coles' Book  store.  Subscribe for The Times  In future the Canadian Pacific  railway will ship as much gram  through Vancouver, the 'Pacific  coast gateway, as they can possi-1  bly manage, and in. order to make  this more possible, the company  has inaugurated a new rate ��n  grain of 22^ cents per hundred  pounds from all points in Alberta  to Vancouver.  L  ��������  The C.P.R. is laying plans for  the reconstruction of that section  of the Crows Nest Pass line between Macleod and  the   summit  i  of the Rockies, a short distance  east of Crows Nest station, the  work covering seventy miles. It  is expected that the task w.ill ta  aadertaken during the present  year and tenders called for during  February. The aim of the reconstruction is to better many  points where .the grades are adverse to eastbound traffic.  Pf ovincial Mayors.  The   Mayors   of   the different  provincial cities for 1909 are:  Greenwood, Bunting ; Grand  Forks, Fripp; Phoenix, Rumber-  ger ; Nelson, Selous ; Rossland,  Martin ; Victoria, Hall ; Kamloops, Robinson; Vernon, Tim-  mins ; Revelstoke, Lindmark ;  Vancouver, Douglas ; Nanaimo,  Hodgson; New Westminster,  Keary; Cranbrook, Fink; Fernie,  Herchmer; Kaslo, Archer; North  Vancouver, Mav; Keiowna, Dt  Hart.  5" Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper,  .���Xi.'.*;.  Ju'r.y.-.  1BURNMG mmm eczema  CAUSED MANY SLEEPLESS MIGHTS.  ^MISS MABEL KNAPPL  pjr.v.'.,;.;:r.r'.;;;..;.*.v.'..^-..,.''.,-:;-.*.-v  '���'���'���:.'.-;.';'.'.'.^V.jJV  >-  t;  Miss Mabel Knapp, of 247 Wolfe Street.,  Peterboro', Ont., says : " Eight months ago  small white blotches and pimples broke out  on my hands. To keep from rubbing; and  scratching was impossible as the the itching was  intense. This caused the pimples to break forming mattered sores between my fingers and spreading to the joints of my fingers. My hands were  actually in a raw state. I suffered cruelly lying  awake night after night with the burring, itching  - sensation and pains which followed. For months I could not becv my handi in  water end did y��y very little work about the house. Various -rc-inedies were  tried still tbe disease wai not checked and I was now almost discouraged when a  statement in the newipaper made by some person who had been cured of a similar  ditaajc by aaag Zam-Buk caught my attention. I obtained a boa of Zam-Buk  and began oudc it. Each application brought great relief. It checked almost  _    . iestantly the burning  and  itching  and  HEALING, SOOTHING AND toothed the pains, and soon banished all  ANTISEPTIC iafcuamation and welling and In about  Zam-Buk cures cats, burnt, scalds,, tire* weeks from commencing with Zam-  uloen, ringworm, itch, barbers rash, Bok, I was cored of thu dread duease."  pimples and eruptioat, blood poison,  bad leg, salt rheum, abrxsiom, abces-  ses and all skin diseases. At an embrocation it u good for rheusiatttn,  sciatica aad all neryt paint when wall  rubbed m. Of all stores and druggists,  so cents box or from Zatr-Bok Co.,  Toronto, postpaid 6se* price.  mwBm>  salt CttlAT MU..OW-.  FS.EEI  Send tothe  ZamBakCo.  Toronto fora  free sample.  Cut out this  coupon aDd  mail with ic  stamp for  postage. <Ka  Clubbing Offers  Snynopsis of Canadian ITortb-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS^  ANY available lominion Lands within, the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  homesteaded by any person who is the sole head  of a family, or any maleorerl8 years - of ajje,  to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  land office for the disric tin which the land is  situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on certain conditions by the father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an  intending; homesteader.  The homesteader in required to preform the  conditions connected there with under one of  the following; plans;  11) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land In each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father Is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of the land entered for, the re  quirementsaR to residence may be satisfied by  such person residing with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence  upon farming- land owr.ed by him in the vlcio-  Ity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence upon the  said land.  Six months' notice in writUg- should be given  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rig-hts may be leased for a  period of twenty-one years at an annual rectal  of Jl. per acre. Not more than 2460acres shall  be leased to one individual or company. A royalty at the rate of five ceuts par ton shall be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad  TectUemetit will net he paid for.  NOTICE).  IN THE MATTER 0* THE LAND REGISTRY  ACT. RE LOT 20. BLOCK 8, PLAN 21  CITY OF GREENWOOD.  WHEREAS proof of tha loss of Certificate  of Title Number 1252a to tbe above met ���  tioned lands, issued In thc name of Christopher  Wood, of the City of Greenwood In the County  ���f Yale, ha�� been filed ia this office ; notice is  hereby (rl^en that I shall at the expiration o."  one month Irom the date of the fim publication  hereof. Issue a duplicate of said certificate of  title unless in the meantime valid objection be  .made to me In writing.  Dated at  land  Registry Office, Kamloops,  this 17th day of December, 1908.  W. H. EDMONDS, .    Dlstri ct, Registrar  Found���In Greenwood a small  sum of money. Owner mav have  same by t roving ownership and  paying for this advertisement  Apply in person or by letter to  D. McPherson, C.P.K. Agent,  Eholt.  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal/  gary, a first-class Rancher's rapcr, from  now until January 1st, 1910*  BOV  IL  The'Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole yeai,  the kitchen  economist  irr-wrsaaujcnostturf*. w.v \v n -i .m. -.  i  Much of the lcr;-:-vcr fiv;;: ^ .-  throw out can Ii.; iumc.'. ���-.!..  ciou.s dishes  by   ;'iu  :.i!'!l!..  little Bovril.  It gives w;;rni-.Vi;v>:-  . >.���;  juiciness of tho orijir.:-.; t-c'.-lilt gives boily n.nd strcv;"!'. t '  and gravies.  . i��� _  .ii.   iiii.i  I    ii  . J II i ^'.-.'.'.L-Ji"^Ml>-i'.l.J.J'-i.?1i'..l-'J."...'iJ.<.'l'.JJS!  U gives a tlclicitvj ;.     j- -...'. .'  to cold meats and i:    ;v   .  Every day yo;: v.l '. i'.n-' ;    -.: ��� :-.'  and an cco;ijn?y   i:'.   ; ���.������. ��� I. .:.'���  Bovril contain.-; t'.;o  c: -..-: -c, f..'.  and nutrient Fuhj'.-.-yy ��� ' '.' ���: '.  best  beef.       It r,i:i-r. ������.:   ..-;'.  nourishment to thc ;-���--'.".-'. -.-: I';  fulness and ecor.o-v '.    U:o c.  All food trocsrz t::'.: ?-CV  vW*M  us  St.  >��������� i [l,,,JliW."M  SftJjf��t-S-!*J.--.-.  m  r=r?r", ���.,..i.r7r*��  sssas^SS^JMate^iij  THE  BOUNOARY CREEK TIMES  55^����iS��5S��3����5��?>53WSW����&N?��SS3  While you are getting  a sack of  Have a look at our  Floor Cloths  We have some splendid  Values in  Linoleums  AND  Oil  Cloths  I  ���j  I  V.  i  I  i  i  ^^5��5��5^^^^f5^^^��^^^^S^5^5^S^5S^S^5?^^S^5H=  j   Purely Personal  fr.  ^.l��*���� M ^. �����%��,�� ^.tf ^H   ^H ^  li^i  ���'*��� ����^  P. P. Roosa was up to Phoenix  Wednesday.  Robert   Wood   is   down   from  Beaverdell.  J. T, Beattie was   in   Spckane  the first ot the week.  Joseph Wilmhurst is on a ho'i-  day trip to the coast.  Mrs. C. J.   Wilson will   entertain at cards this evening.  A. D. McLennan,of Rock Creek,  was in town on Tuesday.  John Barclay has returned from  an extended trip to the coast.  James McGillivray came down  from the Bell mine on Monday.  Mrs. A. IT. H. Meyer gave a  card party on Wednesday evening  Supt, Roberts, of tbe Jewel  mine, was in town on Wednesday  Donald Gunn, of Phoenix, is  suffeiing from a stroke of paralysis. *  Nat Darling, the cigar man,  was in Greenwood the first of tbe  week.  Miss Lucy, of Slocan, is visiting her uncle, J. ��� Lucy, of this  city.  James McCreath rrnde a business tour of tbe Similkameen last  week.  James McGregor, inspector of  mines, was in camp at; the first  of the week.  John H: East', of Midway, was  a visitor to Greenwood the first  of the week.  B. W. Bubar took up a load of  powder to Beaverdell at the first  of the week.  <**  y>  Just the thing  Special Sale  of  New   Roll   Top  Desk:  s.  Drawers Lock   Automatically.  Geo. Wellwood has been called  to his old home in Ontario by tbe  illness of his father.  Mrs. Dr. Spankie gave a driving party to Mrs. A. Renclell's, at  Eholt. on Wednesday afternoon.  J. E. McAllister is iu New  York attending tbe annual meeting of the B.C. Copper Company.  Isaac Crawford has taken charge  of the Rock Creek store which he  recently bought from G. O. Guise  A marriage "license was issued  this week to Timothy Baldwin,  of Phoenix.and Miss May Bennett,  of Greenwood.  J. A. Russell and' F. W ' McLaine are the Greeuwood delegates to the Associated Boards  of Trade meeting at Trail.  Auditorium  3 NIGHTS 3  Crramencing Thursday,   Feb. 4th  Canada's Comedian  ,,    TOWN 70<PICo    i,  &.. ' '���   ^J  The recent cold-snap has somewhat demoralized the city water-  system  The cash receipts of the Phoenix Royal Minstrel benefit show  were gl70.  J. P. Flood has charge of 'he  meat department at L. A. Smith's  Anaconda.  The annual general meeting of  the Greenwood Club will be held  this evening (Friday), at 9 o'clock  Our new fancy and comic Valentines are marvels as mirth producers���McRae Bros.  John Shannon, formerly of  Boundary Falls, was killed in a  mine at Cobalt, by striking a  piece of powder with a pick.  When you want Wall-pa per,  send for us. We will give you a  figure on the finished ��� job. McRae Bros.  Robert Barrow had one his  eyes seriously injured at the  Jewel mine on Sunday and is "je-  ing treated at the Sisters' hos >it-  al.    j  The standing committees of  the ciiy for 1909 are :  Finance. Gulley. Wilsoa, Mever ;  Streets-Wilson,Johnson, Gulley;  Water���Johnson. Meyer, Dixon ;  Fire and L'ght���Meyer, Buck'es",  Dixon ; Cemetery and Pou*:d���  Dixon, Gulley, Buckless.  Full line of office aud po ket  piaries for 1909 at Coles'" B >ok  store. , ��� ,  Mrs. M. E. Keith, of New Westminster, Grand President of the  Rebekahs of B.C.. was in G'een-  wood this week on an official 'our  in the interestR of the order. Mrs.  Keith was met by a deputation at  the depot ;md was en<ertain< 1 at  high tea at the residence of Mrs.  W. B. Fleming. The officia' vif-  it to the local lodge in the r ven-  iug- was a very satisfactory m titer  for the visiting president, vho  was delighted with the exemplification of the work by the degree  team.  36 in.  26 in-   deep,  for 19.80  No. 23���Elm, single pedestal Desk,  full swell front   Value $25  No 27���Elm Single Pedestal Desk, 42 in. wide, 30 inches deep,  sweel front, double drawer for large books, sliding leaf over  pedestal.    Value $26.50 forSO.95  No. 28���Oak, otherwise same as No- 27, value ��30, tor23.70  No! 17���Elm High Roll Desk, 48 inches wide, 48 in high. 30 in  deep Double drawer, with partitions, sliding leaf over each  pedestal, value $35 for 27.80  No. 18���Oak, otherwise same as No. 17, value $40, for 31.70  Special Value in Tilting Office Chairs.   ..AX.WHITE  II   Furniture and Stove Man. Phone 16   ���  Rossland   Winter  Carnival  For the above event to be held  February 2 to 6, the Canadian  Pacific Railway  announce l& rate  FARE   AND ONE/THIRD  RETURN  Tickets on s^le f.om Fernie ar.i  West JfiDur-r- .il->t (o !'\-b-v;;: ���;-  5th.. J'it-n.1 n tu- n limit February 8'd. "t-iv.  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR . . ...  CLOTHES CLEANED. .  PRESSED    AND    REPAIRED  ������ ��      Agent for the  Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  For fun and frolic, see our :iew  fancy aud comic valentines���McRae Bros.  Congregational  Meeting.  At the annual congregational  meeting of the Presbyteriiih  church the reports showed the  affairs of the congregation to be  in good condition and the attendance at church services and  Sundav school encouraging, especially so with the S.S. work,  which has made better progress  than in anv previous year.  The total amount raised by the  congregation for 1908 was $1,791,  of which amount the Lndies' Aid  was given credit for $446.70. the  S.S. $140 95 and the C.E society  ���54.  The church debt was reduced  by $105 leaving a balarce to ,be  paid of $191  A man a tf in if board of twelve  was appointed for the current  year with F. E. Brown, cpngre-  ga i'?nal secretary.  Sunday School Report  The year 1908 was the best in  the history of the school. The  average attendance was 49 and  total amount raised for all purposes was$149.50, of which $40 was  given to missions and other work  outside of its own expense, and  $23 was spent in books for the  library, which now contains nearly 200 books.  The following scholars attended over forty Sabbaths:���Anna  McKenzie, Willie Smith, Gordon  Smith, Harold McKenzie, Jean  Wilson, Donald Smith, Ernest  Anderson, Henry'Anderson. Sutherland Smi^h. Ruby Smith.  Lena Archibald, Rosslea Smith,  Irene Crawford, Ernest Archibald,  Cecelia Mcintosh.  The following received the Assembly's certificate for memorizing prescribed passages of Scripture:���Anna McKenzie, Cecelia  Mcintosh, Thelma Cropley, John  Wilson, Harold McKenzie, Lena  Archibald, Ernest Archibald and  Bertha Smith. The first four of  these also received diplomas for  learning the Primary edition of  the Shorter Cathechism.  The officers and teachers for  1909 are : Superintendent, Mrs.  M;D. McKee; Sec.-Treas.l Mr.R.  McCutcheon ; Librarian, Mr. D.  McPherson ; Teachers, Mrs. H,  McCutcheon, Mr. M, A. Sala,  Mrs. J. P. McLeod,   Mr.   W.  8.  Raw, Cold  Wintry Days/  For    Rent���Nicely    fun. Vied Graham> Mrs.D. Mcintosh,   Mrs,  houses, one on Kimberley street,  and three on Silver street, see A.  L- White, the New and Sec >ud-  hand Man.    Phone 16.  Pianos, sewing machines, s oy-  es, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  For Sale or Rent, immedia ely,  Two-stoiey 10-room House on  Kimberley Avenue, propert v of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mortimer.  R. K. Steven.  Another shipment ot "those"  Turkeys at the Anaconda market.  Same as we had for the holidays.  Ask Flood about them. Phone 21,  Anaconda.  No. 1173 in Symphonian Drawing not being presented, the holder of ticket 1253 wDl now be  the winner-  For Sale���A 5-room cottage in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed. Easv terms. Apply to L. Daignault, Anaconda.  ��>>.X^^>K'<^?<^^<^��.";'0^��K"K"W��>X��^<^^^��0������>  Does  Your   Head  ?  Drop in and leave it with us  as it will >nly cost you 25c to  get rid of the Worst Headache you over had,  Get   your   Job Printing at tlie  Times' Office.  Eastern Capital readv to iu-  vesti^;i' :.��� ;r_i-'itiir-���*-��� invest-  inenta---i,in(ls.iii::i)CA- or min.  c>���in lJriii-:!) !";-1,imbni.  Address in first instance  with full particulars���''Capital, " c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsous Bank Building, Vancouver,  WHITE BROS.,  Druggists -       -       -       Opticiansl  Guess these'last fewdays have set you  thinking about your winter Overcoat.  Well ! we're ready for you with a  select stock, in the accepted styles  and beautiful cloth patterns.  Our regular .       .  Campbell's  Clothing  is good enough - for  any man,* but if  you're in the  habit of  getting your,  clothes made to order,our special or- :  der system   should   appeal   to   you.  You'll get better made clothes,   with  more   style   and   at two-thirds   the  price of your regular tailor.  Come iu and see our stock,   and let's  show you what we can do*     .  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., LtC  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  T.M, GULLEY & CO.  Are offering a special line ol  IRON BEDS AND BEDDING  ���" ���." ���> ,'/-'������  At away down Prices. ,  Full size Beds, strong and Durable, from ��$5.50 to  $30.00  Mattresses in ten different grades and prices,  A fine line of new Dining Chairs and Rockers just  Opened up.,  T. M.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  �����$.*4.4,4.4,4,4.4,4.^4.4.4.4.*4..^���'���i.4'4.4*4** 4.  4��  if  *  +  if  if  *  ��f  +  *  *  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. *  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed  Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715 acres*  OPPOSITE THE POST .OFFICE.  ^���4* 4* 4**1* 4* 4>>l,4,4,^4,4t4>4,^4*4,4>��fr>8>4>,l,4,4>  I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd  4  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  DEALERS IN  fresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry/  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  =��  ��  *  *  ��  ��  s  ft  ���  ��  *  ft  ft  ft:  ���'.-.������.  - ft  ��� ������  '    ���  -    ���  <4C��tteooa������fl����f��a��ff��ttt��a��������t��^v^^��ao����eafaff��������H  ^V -*\*"^, <WW"V<Va\^V>W'\M^v.'  Palace Livery Stables  ���x-K��<��o<����>��>^��:-x-:-x>��>x��.>.:-:">������<t^ �� o����fr��<x><^^<t.X'<-:-K-x>��;��>  s  TOM MARKS  Supported by a Big Company  Thursday Night  "An Irish  Emigrant"  New Song?, New Pictures. IIji  to Dato Specialties.  Prices : Reserved scats, 50 j.;  gallery, 35c; children.25c.  Seats on sale at Logan & Co.  53*����33&aWafcaHSW3Wa^5*5��;-  J-&-iS&2&&SH2&&3S3S*5S&5S3&32*5S.  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER ALE:, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS OF  <JARL ON AT ED DRINKS  $  PINT BOTTLES FOR FAMILY USE       |  Bottled and Draught Qesr. Phone 138, Greenwood |  Phoenix Brewerv fft   successors to the f  ruuciiiA  Dicwe.jf t,v., Elkhorn Brewer yco %  S DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  P. C-  s^a^sS^^s^KsfcaH^^ir-Hr.: .-u^*i& <^<s:gg GS&&ZG&Z&5&  Will be attended to promptly  at this office ���    ���    .    . .  This office is replete Itoith everything neces-  essaryin a printing t office to ensure your  work being done with neatness and despatch

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