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Array ^01,; 12  GRBENW00D,  FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 7   1908.  ���Greeiiw^af'i Big, Furnitiire Store  B^f Values in  B��  K.- -  f  ^  ^  INSTITUTE  SESSIONS  Annual Meeting o�� Canadian  Mining Institute to be  Held in March  -*  We are headquarters for Carpetfc-and Rug*  of all kinds and have lately added largely  to otrr stock.  ~> i  As a special inducement. to buy early this  spring, during the month of February we  are offering a liberal discount for cash/on all  Carpets anci Rugs. We "also make and lay  them without extra charge.  No, trouble to -show goods.  ���>  **�����  T.M. Gulley & Co  HOUSE FURNBHE8S  \?hone27  Greenwood, B.C.  ip-OO-O&OOOOd-OOOOOCWOOOOO-ftOOO  Ms Famous  With or Without "Elastic Instep'  nt aaavint bjwi t�� nak ��x mar sots.  tcctpr m JumniTara   c^ Stage for Every Foot.  4 Style for Every Fancy.  A Shoe for Every Occasion.  Correct in  Tattem,  Correct in Shape  Correct in Fit.  They Fit  Times-  three  Fit the Eye,  Fit the Purse,  Fit the Foot.  RENDELL&CO  Dry Goods. Boots & Shoes  theirW9rks shdffye  know them "  Jbjrls  On the  of thc  leir performances alone are  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of  construction, combined with a skill in mamt-  tre. which is the inheritance of generations, make  V  good time keepers and  consequently comfortable watches  Their etnciency b assured by a guarantee which enables  the owner to have any constmctioi^ defert rem        free of  charge by the nearest agestt in any part of the world.  They  are hot made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  A. IvOaan & * Co.  bbh  The tenth annual meeting of  the Canadian Mining Institute,  of which Frederick Keffer, M. E.,  of the B. C. Copper company here,  is present, is to be held in Ottawa from the 4th to the 6th of  March.      Tbe  sessions of  the  Mining Institute, while always  interesting   and    important   to  everyone  engaged in or depend-  ent  upon the  mining industry,  will  thin  year   be  particularly  worthy of attention as thereu is a  movement on foot,  which if allowed to prevail,  may partially  defeat one of the primary objects  of the institute,  i e.,  to provide  an association  representative of  all phases of the mining industry  in Canada.    Ever --since the inception of this association it has  been earnestly desired to have it  national   in   spirit as well as in  name   and   this   vear, with the  >dea of further rlearinsr the way  for tire unhindered development  of this idea, an amendment to the  charter will he proposed, for tbe  removal of +he headquarters of  the   institute - from"   Montreal,  where it has had a valuable and  ins-piritine- association with the  Society of Civil Engineers, to the  national capital at Ottawa.  >���+>- -The mfiVetaerit, .which* if- su<5-  cessfnl, will tend to defeat this  end,  is one which is of special  local interest because it contemplates  the   removal    from   the  position of secretary of the institute of H. Mortimer-Lamb, formerly editor of this paper and later  of the B. C.  Mining Record.   A  number  of  Ontario men, under  tbe guise of having the offices of  secretary and treasurer of the institute in the hands of practical  mining men, are advocating the  candidature for these -positions of  H. E. T. Haultain of Toronto and  Milton L. Hersey  of Montreal,  the latter of whom will resign in  case their move to combine these  two  offices  carries.     This  last  move  is  considered inadvisable  because  the  disbursements   are  mainly  in   the secretary's office  and the separate treasureship is  the only check on the expenditure. The honorariums connected  with the offices are insignificant  and the question of economy does  not enter at all into the proposed  change.  Mr. Lamb has proven himself  an efficient officer and is known  well by mining- men from the Atlantic to the Pacific. He accepted his present office at great  personal sacrifice. The provincialism at the back of the movement to centre the control bf this  national society in Ontario is not  to be commended and no member  of the institute should fail to record his protest against it.  'A circular opposing* the change  has been issued, signed by the  president and four men who have  formerly held this office, including S. S. Fowler of Nelson.  No. 22  CITY GUARDIANS  Aid  ermen  , Mayor    Bunting,  Gulley, - Sutherland, ��� Fleming,  Meyer,    Mortimer   and   Wilson  were present at the council; meeting on Monday night.' -     , . ���  ���  The convention of the Union  If you can neither sing nor  dance, attend the Greenwood  Concert Orchestra's dance on  February 28 and listen to the  good music.  of B. C. Municipalities is to be  held at Nanaimo on February 26.  A letter was read from Hon. Secretary Bose asking for a-representative from Greenwood;. It is  the intention of the Union this  vear to recommend changes in the  Municipal Clauses Act, asking  extended powers for the councils.  The' clerk Stated that from time  the changes desired by thi�� council had been made known to the  Union and that further ^presentations were being made to  G. R. Naden, who is on th,e. municipal committee of the legislature, No delegate will be Sent to  Nanaimo v  - Invitation to Rossland winter  carnival was received and filed.  The Boys' Brigade has recently  spent $80 in equipping- itself with  side drums and bug-les. Instructor Hargreaves has raised this  amount and asked the council- for  $30 to p?y for a bass drum.?. Last  vear the councilV:.-granted .��� $25.-  On motion of Aldermen Fleming  and Mortimer the request was  granted. ,'~3x  Alderman Fleming* recommended the purchase of'-a Seagrave  cut-off valve to be ;.Jplaced on the  hydrants,- to admit' the attachment of a", second; line of; hose  without shutting ���off the|pH"st  stream. This" vaiye 'has other  advantages .and the counei]|or-  ^'?dJl?i^ui^i|s^Q|.on^l|��se  for a test.  The following accounts. were  ordered paid:  The Ledge���... .:. ~. $66.50  Sater & Johns ... ..: 32.50  Greenwood Livery   28.54  Laundry _   4.25  Glass ....:.: ...   3.50  White Bros......... -   2.45  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.....   2.25  The Rossland wood bylaw,  handed on from the last council,  came up for thorough.discussion.  The city solicitor, who was present, advised that as far as he  could see the Municipal Clauses  Act which defines every power  the council has, made no mention  of wood. The council has no  powers except those definitely  stated in this act, and so it would  be impossible to - enforce such a  bylaw. It was a matter purely  between the buyer and seller.  The matter was left over.  Water rates in Anaconda were  reported outstanding to the  amount of $300. On motion ot  Aldermen Gulley and Fleming,  Chief of Police Dodd was appointed collector of water rales  in Anaconda with a commission  of 10 per cent on collections.  On account of the large number  of taxes owing the clerk was instructed to serve a delinquent tax  notice on all delinquent taxpayers. If these taxes are not  paid the property may be sold at  public auction. Notices must be  served before March 1st.  At the 1906 tax sale 110 lots  were sold to the city. The solicitor was instructed to register a  deed for all lots accruing to the  city through it.  Council then adjourned.  GAME ASSOCIATION  The following are the appointments of the Provincial Government as Commissioners for 1908 :  Police���Mayor Bunting, Alderman Fleming, and J L. Coles.  License���Mayor Bunting, Alderman Sutherland, and D. Mcintosh  The Ket^e  River- Game and  Protection   Association,   at    it's  meeting   in   the   City   Hall, on  Tuesday night passed a  number  of very pertinent  resolutions,   to  be forwarded to   the   Provincial  and Dominion governments.    In  the absence of Pres. G. B Taylor,  H. Boak, of   Anaconda, acted as  chairman.  A resolution asking that���  As the spawning season for  Rainbow trout in the Kettle Riv  erand its tributaries does not  commence until after the opening  of the fishing season, the close  season for this district "should b,e  extended from the 25th of March  until the 15th day of May, thus  encouraging the natural propagation and increase of game fish  in these waters and was directed  to be sent to the Dominion and  Provincial governments and to  our representatives, Duncan Ross,  M.P., and Geo. R. Naden.M.L.A.  iri each case.  It was also recommended that  fish ladders be erected at the falls  at Cascade and Boundary Falls  and that a permanent Game  Warden be appointed for-this district, including the 'watershed of  the Main Kettle River above  Cascade.  ,. The following resolutions were  endorsed:  Resolved that the government  be urged to amend the Game Act  in the following particulars:       -  1. That-the sale of game be  prohibited. ������ ' '7-  2. That bear be included in the  protected list, and that the bag  be-limited-to two^f,;.eaeh-species..  3. That thekba'g for sheep be  limited to one ram; for goat two;  and deer to. two of each species.  4. That a tax of $2 be placed  on guns and 50 cents on fishing  rods and that the revenue from  said tax and; fines be placed in a  fund to be known as the "Game  Protection Fund."  5. That all trappers. be registered, paying a tax sufficiently  large to cover expense of registration.  6. That guides be licensed and  registered and the New Brunswick regulations are respectfully  suggested for adoption.  7. That the close season for  trout beextended to all fish in  streams.  Further, the request made by  the Fernie District Game Protection Association, asking for  the establishment of a game reserve in East Kootenay, such reserve to include summer and  winter ranges, and to have a per.  manent game warden, was endorsed.  The secretary was instructed to  enquire from the Dominion and  Provincial governments for literature on fish culture.  A further meeting of the as-j  sociation will be held in a-boufc a  month's time. One of the aims  of the organization is the stocking of the upper waters of Boundary creek and Long lake with  fish.  CRESCENT  LOOKS GOOD  Chicago    Directors    Highly  Pleased With the Mine  and   Its Prospects'  If You .Wish  to Buy  Edward Ford Johnson of Chicago, secretary, one of the directors, and third owner of the  Crescent Minos Limited, who has  been in tho city since Wednesday,  yesterday went carefully over the  Crescent mine and- will make a  report of his examination to  Colonel Dickason and other Chicago capitalists interested in the  property. Mr. Johnson was accompanied by Dr. S. Peacock,  one of the most eminent mining  engineers of Chicago.  Speaking last night, Mr. John-  sou expressed himself as very  greatly pleased with what he  saw. " We have," said Mr.  Johnson,'who original'y bought  the property for the present  owners", "oneof the best equipped  mines I have seen. The new  compressor installed by the Allis-  Chalmers Bullock company, is  working splendidly and stoping  is being started on the 225 foot  level in the morning;. The drifts  have been run about 100 feet, both  north and south, from the shaft  and the ore looks good all the  way. All the men are being put  at work this morning at the end  of the south drift where,' the ore  looks better than anywhere else."  Mr. Johnson said that he had  put a great deal of money into  ���diff eren t**; miojn ga>roperties*i*Jj^jre;  and that after this visit he would  be ready to put a lot more money  in the country. The work will  be pushed right along and Mr.  Johnson has every confidence  that the Crescent will fulfill all  expectations.  I  Wire us for Quotations  DYNAMITER CAUGHT  Francisco Ciddco, who is c'.i.tr-  ed with blowing up the Central  Hotel, at Niagir.t, near Grand  Forks, on Nwemier 18th, V)d(,,-.  was taken at Silt L'��ke. Utah.,  by Chief Constable W. J. ���D-.-vitt,  of Nelson, on February 1st. Cid-  do, aloag with one Rovello, v.*er<r  working on the KeL.'le Valley line  there aud wen* ordered from the  hotel by King, the proprietor.  The men, so it whs claimed, Sfjc-  reted dynamite in Lie house and  tlie explosion literally blew to  pieces Louise King, daughter of  the man in charge. Ciddeo is  being brovght to Nelson and will  be tried here at the spiing assizes  about May 20;  TORY ROUND-UP  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  or Boston areunequalled  Even our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than they.  Why ? Because o u r.  Eastern connections are  / of the very best.  The stock business is  a sideline with us consequently we can afford  to handle your 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&  McHARDY,  NELSON,  B.C.  * i '���'. ��    ���  1 Mining Progress f  ��� - i*  o*����*����n>����*K#����aftft*ae����e(<ns<H�����.  y--'~^-ri'S^^8ae^k^~-tAnd:---&lv(rar-d*<--  Ford Johnsotf of   Chicago, were  looking over the Crescent vester-  day   at   t!:e   request of Colonel  Oickason.  The new 600 h.p. motor,for the-���,.  Mother Lode compressor arrived  in the C.P.R. yards this week.  It was made by the CanartUn  General Electric Co. and will be  placed in position in a few d.tys.  Frederick Keffer left tod-iv for  Danville to see about th'.1 cIm ir-  ance of a diamond drill whio'i  is  beingtaken to the Lone.Star mine  for development work The drill  is a Beauty Bullock, with 7a in.  core and a capacity of about ISQO  feet, made by the Sullivan Machinery Company, of Chicago, A  few men will be put to work on  the mine immediately. As this  is the first start on an\r of the properties of the B. C. Copper Co.  since the shut-down, it is important, although the work to be  done is only development.  TUNNEL PROPOSITION  The Young Men's club of St.  Columba's church last night in  the presence of an audience in  which a good many women appeared to see who were the perpetrators of the idea that they  were having too much liberty,  took back their decision of two  weeks ago and decided that it  was best for the world to let the  women think and talk. A varied  enter Laiament of glees, voca 1  selections, etc., was given.  The Conservative association  elected the followiug- officers on  Friday night last:  Hon. President���Hon. Richard  McBride, premier of British Columbia.  President ��� W. B. Fleming,  Greeuwood.  Firt Vice-President���John R.  Jackson, Midway.  Second Vice-President ��� Alex.  Stewart, jr., Eholt.  Secretary���Edward G. Warren  Greenwood.  Executive Committee���The officers named and G. A. Rendell,  Eholt; W. Wilson, Mother Lode;  W. O. Wright, Rock Creek; T. J.  Hardy and H. R. Stevenson, Midway; J. L. Coles, Duncan Mcintosh, Sydney M. Johnson, F. W.  McLaine and James W. Grier,  Greenwood.  Richard Armstrong, of Chicago, who is in Greenwood inc >ti-  nectiou with the propo ition to  run a tunnel from Greti vood to  Phoenix yesterday met the City  Council and placed the proposition before them iu a defiaile  clear cut way. Tonight, Mr. E.  F. Johnson and Dr. Peacock who  are also interested in the scheme  will meet the Board of Trade.  No particulars have as yet been  given out for publication.  W. T. Hunter and W. C. Thomas were registered at the Hotel  Vancouver, on Saturday last.  They were to leave there on Saturday with a party of eastern  capitalists in a steamer, specially  chartered to cruise up the coast  and visit some valuable timber  limits on the islands up the coast.  The excursionists may visit  Prince Rupert among other places  "Bj-r-V ���:   -\ 'M  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK   TLMSS  jjfMftmffl^^^ f  Cr*  Cr*  CP*  tr*  Or*  Cr-t  cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  C_<  ���h*  !'/���>  ET7'"'  ..Bank of Montreal.  Rest  ..$11,000,000.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS  $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Loss Stkathcona anp Mount Kotal, G. C. M. G.  President:   Sir Geojbge A. Dkitmmclni>, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager *.   E. S. Clouston,  Branches in London, Eng. \ ��m7h\Irc��$*. \ New York, Chicago.-  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit*, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  wc  __?  fe=9  l__?  f*=-_  ^tlJ3SlSSS133HSllS3JS331SJ3335Iffl  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$lO,O0O,OO0. Reserve Fund.$5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  R. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT    CANADA  AND  IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of-town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Ba Krister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbuc.  Cable Address:       *'Halibtt."  (Bedford M'Neill's  Codes -J Morelng- _ Naal's  Gmiwwooo, B. O"  I Leiber's  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  Ho. 38.1.0. O. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 800 In the  I. S. O. F. Hall.    A cordial fnvi tation la ax  tended to all sojourning brethcrn.  F.   SPEARING, S. E. BELT,  N. O. V. G.  FRED B. HOLMES. Rec. Sec.  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every f ridav  BY TBI  Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing  CO., LiIMITBD,  session taking steps to extend its  policy of regulation. But more  effort and effort honestly directed  now will certainly save the pecple  untold misery in the future.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Psi Ysaii  _���       .....    2 00    I 35   2 50 ���  Editor                     A. I).  Macfaklanb  _    rfS^fes  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ?, 1908.  Thomas W. Lawson has given  up the fight. And so, says Everybody's, the story is ended. But it  is uot ended. Lawson and his  satellites have instilled in the  American people however fickle  and changeable, however stupid  and gullible tbey may have  been, a spirit of uneasiness,  of suspicion tbat must and  will have serious results. If it is  necessary for great capitalistic  furces to form alliances and extensive combines to hold and to  develop successfully their business, their power is manifestly  becoming so great, so fraught  with possibility of evil to the people tbat the governments of the  -world must enter ou a policy of  strict government control and regulation. In Canada we have always been in the position of bene-  -fitting from the mistakes of the  United States and while the in-  tertwinings and combinations of  forces of capital may not have  ���wrought very great havoc here,  the time is at hand when public  opinion should be directed, not  necessarily by the "saffron-hued"  methods of Lawson,but in a sane,  sensible and thoughtful way to  the conditions existing in Canada  and to the most effective and  least disastrous remedy,  Happily the Government is this  The ranks of the   slavery   day  stalwarts are being thinned. The  death of Stedman, the author of  "Osawalomie  Brown,"   reminds  us of the fact that we are slipping  away from a heroic past.    Sted-r  man, who drew   his   inspiration  from Whittier, Lowell, Poe,  and  men of tbe virile spirit of Horace  Greeley    prized    mental     independence more than other things,  and so throughout his life, maintained himself by carrying on an  ordinary business, made himself  financially independent and wrote  with an honest mind.    It   is remarkable that at his death, he so  looked on (the future that he asked  the   following  verses   from his  Undiscovered Country to be sung  at his funeral.   The   poets  used  to be tbe prophets pf the religion  of a future hope ; now, it seems  the tragedy of the   "great  misgiving" has   impressed itself   on  them as on others.  Could we but know  The land that ends our dark, uncertain  travel,  Where   lie thoae  happier   rills  and  meadows low���  Ah, if beyond the spirit's inmost cavil,  Aug-ht of this country could we surely know,  Who would not go ?  Might we but hear  Trie hovering   angels' high   imagined  chorus,  Or catch, betimes, with wakeful eyes  aud clear,'  One radiant vista of the   realm before  US'-  Ah, who would fear ?  Were we quite sure  To find the peerless friend who left us  lonely,  Or, there   by some celestial   stream  ���a pure,  To gaze in eyes that here  were lovelit  only,  This   weary,   mortal   coil,   were we  quite sure,  Who would endure ?  actions, the same as any other  man who goes crazy-mad and  kills a rival, it's good to be done  with it all.  The Concert: Orchestra has demonstrated the fact that it is deserving of the support and patronage of the community. And  just while this is fresh in our  minds, it may be well to remember and impress it a little that no  orchestra can live and be a credit  permanently to the town unless  the people will get in and boost a  little for it. It has no equal in  the Boundary.  The "Old Man's" leading observation in last week's Herald,  is that the lumbermen of the  Kootenay ought to have a duty  of $2 a thousand to protect them  against "dumping" from lumber  merchants of the Northwestern  States. All the mills are carrying heavy stocks, produced at  the highest cost in their history,  They ask only a duty equal to  that which the United States bas  imposed against their products.  The Old Man concludes : " The  Dominion parliament will be derelict in i*s duty to this vast do>  main here in British Columbia if  it fails to impose this duty and  thus give the same protection to  the lumber manufacturers as it  gives to every dealer of whom the  lumber manufacturer must purchase his supplies."  ^Correspondence  Diversify Our Industry  The District Ledger,-the organ  oftheU/M W. of A. at Fernie  opposes the increase of the coal  tax proposed by the McBride government. The only market the  coal companies have for their  products is in the Kootenay and  .the Boundary. The mines here  have been closed because of the  high cost of production. Whv  the provincial government should  try to make the conditions of. the  development of these industries  impossible is truly a marvel.'  The Ledger complains that the  tax must finally come out of the  wagers of the miner. It will at  least prevent the men from getting better wages, inasmuch as it  increases the cost of production  and reduces the margin of profit.  To tbe Editor of The Times':  Sir: Ten years of experience  and observation in Greenwood  should have convinced even dull  people that it is idle to wait any  longer for the two or three miles  of valley laud to be settled exclusively by miners and smelter-  men. crZD CD   '     WTTWfK?  Then why not throw the town-  site into acreage, put it on the  market in one to five acre blocks,  and sell it for what it will bring,  to actual settlers who can raise  hundreds of bushels of fruit and  help thereby to supply the home  market, which consumes thousands of dollars worth of fruit  every year, all of which bas to be  imported, some of it hundreds of  miles?  Did I hear some doubting  Thomas say our altitude is too  high for successful fruit growing? Perhaps the best answer to  that is the fact, not generally  known, that in Phoenix (2000  feet above us), prize apples have  been grown. Besides, the few  enterprising people on the towc-  site, who have had the courage  to plant trees and small fruits,  have been moderately successful  for beginners. If the land referred to can be had at a moderate price it might induce some of  the many people who are going  in for fruit growing in* the towns  around to locate in Greenwood  o  and thus in a few years double  our present population with a  most desirable and much needed  class of people with benefits a'l  around.    Yours truly,  R.*J. Moffatt,  Greenwood, Feb. S, 1908.  REASONS FOR OPTIMISM  (CANADIAN COURIER)     ���  The Bank of England's fate of discount has  been -lowered from seven to four per cent. Another world-wide money crisis; has passed.  In 1907, Canada received 17,000 more British  emigrants than did the United States.  L/ast year 117,586 British emigrants left for  Canada, while onlv 14,369 went to Australasia.  The Grand Trunk Pacific hopes to have its  line from Edmonton to Winnipeg in operation by-  September.    The distance is 794 miles.  The Dominion Government has decided that  every man in the* West, who has a farm, some horses and a seeding machine, shall have plenty of  seed grain.  The mild weather has made living less expensive and has saved hundreds of thousands of dol-  larsfor the railway companies.  Shiloh's  Cure  Cures  Coughs  and Colds  QUICKLY  Use Shiloh's Cure  fo: the worst cold,  thc sharpest cough  ���try it on aguar-  antee of your  money buck if it  doesn't actually  CURE quicker  than any.thing you  ever tried; Safe to  take,���nothing in  it to hurt even a  baby. 34 years of  success commend  Shiloh's Cure���  25c 50c, Si.    315  Elkhorn Beer  THE OLD MAN'S OPINION  EDITORIAL NOTES  That the number of miners,kill-  ed and maimed, per thousand employed has been rising in the Uni>  ted States and falling in Europe^  is the contention of the Saturday  Evening Post Surely there is  good reason, for the emphasis,  which Roosevelt places on the  liability of employers.  The only agreeable thing about  the Thaw decision is that at last  we are done with public recitals  of all their infamy. And while  most people will agree that Thaw  '�� hould be held responsible for his  The attitude taken by K. L.  Borden on the Japanese settlement is that of a pettifogger.  He might now be aptly termed  the quack specialist on discontent.  During the past year the tactics  of the leader of the opposition  have been extremely simple. At  the sign or hint of a grievance  anywhere he has straightway  rushed in with his patent cure-all  salve, and adopted the case of the  aggrieved as his own has taken  it in hand to cure it. It matters  not how conflicting the symptoms are in different sections of  the Dominion, his policy of expediency knows no law of either  logic or consistency.���Saskatoon  Phoenix.  Tbe bureau of forestry is trying to estimate the forest area of  Canada. The estimates range  from 800 million acres to 300  million. The latter is the figure  of Dr. B. E. Fernow, who funks  it "will cover the commercially  valuable timber land area actual  and potential." At this estimate the forest area of Canada is  not much more than half that of  the United States. R. H. Camp-'  bell, superintendent of forestry  for the Dominion government,  gives a rather larger estimate.  He has calculated the forest area  of the Dominion at about 535  million acres, divided  as follows:  aches  British Columbia 182 million  Man., Sask ,  Alta., and unorganized territories 180 million  Ontario  40 million  Quebec 120 million  New Brunswick 7% million  Nova Scotia    5 million  The Cranbrook Herald, whose  editorial columns are without  doubt the most pi ��jent of the  weeklies of B.C., has the following to say of Mr. Ross' place in  the House of Commons r  "The people of British Columbia, regardless of party affiliations, would do well to read the  speech made by Duncan Ross in  the Dominion Parliament last  Thursday. Iu a clear a.nd concise  manner he shows up the hypocrisy  of the McBride government on  the Oriental immigration question and places Mr. Bowser, whose  legal firm acted as attorneys for  the Japanese immigration agency,  in a very bad light indeed. Mr.  Ross is a comparatively new member of the Dominion House, and  yet there has never been a session  since he was elected that lie has  not made good in his fight for  the people. That is why Mr.  Ross has beeu subjected to so  much personal abuse since he was  elected, but if the electorate of  Yale-Cariboo appreciates good  work on the part of their representative, nothing under the heavens can prevent Duncan Ross being returned at the next election.  T, T. John, late editor of the  Fernie Ledger has commenced  publication of a paper of bis own  at Fernie. It goes by the name  of "John's Paper," and the editor  states that he intends treating  the affairs of Fernie from his own  standpoint, unhampered by other  considerations.  Is  unexcelled, aa is evidenced  by its  its p*j��ttl*rity'i* all thc towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading: Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize'home industry by in-,  sisting on having  'ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TBU 198  Painting  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor,,  ating promptly done.  OJall Papering  Und Kalsomining  Send in your spring orders.  GtOtfiXbotnpson  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  OCKKK>OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOe>000  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  6     ' PHONE 65.  ��o<xn>ooooo^o<yono<ioooooo<>oi>.  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  A new line, to carry 2000 Volts,  is being built by-the Granby company to the Curlew outlet of the  mines at Phoenix, to operate the  terminal machinery there and the  trolley engine ttuit Will, run on  the tunnel level.  WETWEATHE8W08H  HEALTHFUL  AND  PLEASANT  IF YOU WEAR  .*-�� WATERPROOF  OILED CLOTHING  r*erfecr Protection  4>ngest  Low In  JUpngsst Servke-  -leo  Sold Evoryyrtwr*  f��wC.   (MMIM ��f.l��teff*  1  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  ' the rooms are large and cosy.  Tho Bsst Cuisine between  Winnipeg* and the Coast.  *T*'T*.,fr',f**r*,T* V*��"fr  *  The Palace  fi  Turnoufs in me  Elite  DRAYING - We Can Move Anything  F. C.  BXJCKJLvBSS  PROPRIETOR  try  sap  Ail  ^Tnbsor H��tel  ERNEST J. eARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted   throughout  with electric lights.  ~_ First-class Bar.    Strictly* up-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  . ���_������_ _____ _..���  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  +  if  if  if  *  if  if  if  Electric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with, an absolute  guarantee of continuous rower  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  if  *  I*.  if  r  >�����  :V  tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  B*SM-B-nB*BMHaMaHBX-B*W?-?-^B-BMB1BH-^i^--B-i^i^B-BMB-Bn-Ba-aina-lMftB��  Dominion Exhibition 1906  8���9 a��<  ��aa  j -V - ''  ���;:^Sk?kP^I:;  ft'si-v m'T^.J'4 TjVwT^  ���y-t ��� ������%:'y.-^-^y^;yyy^^mi^m<M^  : .^;.*,:  :.-..;��������� :���������;::-y^y?^y;f^:,^^  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  Does your  Pood?  Feed; You?  Dr.- H. Snow, late Senior  Surgeon, Cancer Hospital,  London, wrQte: "The maintenance of sound nerve equilibrium by scientific tissue  nutrition like Bovril will do  more to stay the ravages of  any malady than a century of  medical progress in drug  treatment,"  "Bovril "is all beef.  Sold by your  DRUGGIST   AND GROGER  in bottles containing..  1 oz., 2 oz., 4 oz., 8 oz. anil tt ozs.  Provincial Items  marks ou the paper. Sixty demerit marks mean dismissal. A  year's good conduct means sub  tract 20 from demerit. This system is to replace that of suspensions, but serious offences will  still be met as before with summary dismissal.  All the Cial Creek miners at  Fernie are back at work again,  the strike," ,if such it could be  called, lasting only two days. A  conference with the company resulted in the doing away with the  difficulties���delay in 'getting back  to town from tbe mines and an  ill-kept "change."  At Fernie, the C.P.R. will  spend about $50,000 in trackage,  new freight sheds arid other improvements.  Railways. * mining, municipal  matters, and. public accounts are  the standing; committees in ifc e  legislature on which G. R. Nadtn  is acting.  Everett Boyd, editor of the  Grand Forks Gazette for, the past  two months, has resigned. He  leaves this week for the coast. .  Sunday- afternoon snowshoe  parties are now. the rule in Ross-  land. Last Sunday a party went  over the.Monte Cristo. mountain;  John Kirkup and J. B. Deschainps  were the guides.  .'���*,  -The Slocan Mining Review  contains a resolution"said fo be  adopted by District No. 6, W;  F. M., favoring co-operative  stores throughout the district.  On Sunday last the Rossland  Union held a special meeting to  discuss starting a co-operative  store in Rossland. .--..���>  Last Saturday, February 1st,  all CP. R. employees west of  Fort William were given a clean  sheet of paper and a new lead  pencil. Since then- and.hence-,  forth minor offences against the  . company's rules will mean black  The Farmers' Exchange of  Armstrong, a,'co-operative concern to handle the fruit, vegetable and hay crops of the district around Armstrong, assigned  on Saturday, January 25tb, to  J. M. Wright. The business of  the Exchange has increased from  $14,000, gross vajue of shipments  in 1904, tb"$85,000 in 1907.    Fail-  Ihe Farmer's Wife  Is very careful about her chum. She  scalds it thoroughly after using, and gives  it a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows  that if her churn is sour it will taint the  butter that is made in it. The stomach is  a churn. .'In the stomach and digestive  and nutritive tracts are performed processes which are almost exactly like the  churning of butter. Is it not apparent  then that if this stomach-churn is foul it  makes foul all which is put lntoit?  The evil of a foul stomach is not alone  the bad taste in the mouth and the foul  breath caused by it, but the corruption of  the pure current of blood and the dissemination of disease throughout the body,  Dr. Pierpe's Golden Medical Discovery  makes the sour and foul stomach sweet  It does for the stomach what the washing  ���and sun bath do for the churn���absolutely  removes every tainting or corrupting element. In this way it cures blotches,  pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,  sores, or open eating ulcers and all  humors or diseases arising from bad blood,-  j If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste in  your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,  are weak and easily tired, feel depressed  and despondent, hav�� frequent head aches,  dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stomach, constipated or irregular bowels, sour  or bitter \ risings after eating and poor  appetite, these symptoms, or any consider-,  able number of them, indicate that you are  suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy  liver with the-usual accompanying indigestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant  derangements.  .ft} ^edicai set-  >} ���iHsMsTS.SamWiU (fill r*Tm Mi MTKiffl KW-!J  ure of the directorate to properly  handle the affairs of tjie company  is said to be the reason of the  difficulty.  For the purpose of making a  model city of Prince Ruperl two  of the best known landscape  artists of Boston, Mass., Franklin Brett and George D. Hall, are  in Prince Rupert to lay out the  townsite. - They arrived this  week. The Q. T. Pacific will  spare no efforts to make the town-  site an ideal one.    *  Thomas R. Drummond, formerly manager of the Dominion  Copper Co., but for the last year  in charge ot tbe operations at the  Nipissing mine at "Cobalt, Ont.,  will return to Utah, where he  will accept another position. He  will be succeeded' at the Nipissing mine by R. H. Parks, who  had charge of the Rawhide under  Mr. Drummond, and who has been  his assistant at the Nipissing. .  AT THE CHURCHES  Anglican���at. Jude's. Rev. John  1/^ech Port, r, B. D., pastor. Services  a* 8.30 a.m.. 11 am. Sunday school.  12   p.m.      All seatB-free.  .Tfififl "n'npri IWffllriftl.  acnxeix. That this Is absolutely true  will be readily proven to your satisfaction  if you wilVbut mail a postal card request  to Tttr. $. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.^ior a  copy of his booklet of extracts from  ie standard medical .authorities, giving  the names of all the ingredients entering  into his world-famed medicines and showing what the most eminent medical man  of the age say of them.  free  the i  man of 91 Catherine St., N., Hamilton,  Ont., says: "I'was sufferinp; for a nam  ber ot weeks with a badly iflamed and  ulcerated leg and ankle. I had uss'd  one remedy after another with no material benefit. My leg- was swollen in  dome places lo bursting and day and  nifht I suffered severe pains. At this  stag-e mv hvfsoanri prevailed upon me  to leave off alll other preparations and  use Zam Buk. This I did and was agreeably surprised for after a few applications the swelling* in the leg* was  greatlv reduced and vthe ulcer looked  healthier. I perservered with Zam-Buk  until the, swelling-.w;as banished and  the paid and inflarnation entirely removed. Zatii-Buk has.effected a cure  when other remidies failed."      %  Zam-Buk also heals cuts, bruisas.  burns, rdntiing- sores, eczema;, boils,  eruptions, scalp sores, itch, piles.chap-  psd hands, and all diseases of the skin.  Of all drufi-gists and storen.'Fifty cents  a box, or Zam-Buk Co , Toronto, tiost  paid on receipt of price.   3 boxes SI.25  . For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sewing Machines, Organs, Etc. A.  L,. White, The 2nd Hand Man,  Phone 16.  Pkksbytkkian���Strvices will be con  d-icteil'mfrniiij! anti evt*ninjr, 11 a.m  and-7. 30 ,. m. Kfv M I). McKer, Pas  tor. '"    _____   _    _ ���    j  M ethoiu.st  -Ki v    F.J   Ruh-rford '  B.A , will cc> "hi--1 seivi ;s�� as tibial   at  Methodisi Chu <jli morning and even nv  Suru!a> S h���.��������.i a'.2 30.  CATHOLIC.���Church   of   the   Sacr-d !  .. '     ���       '��� ��� ���     . '��� '  Heart;���Divine service 1st,.third and  ourth Sunday in each month- Holy  mass at 10. a.m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a.*  2)30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bbdakd, O. M. I.  pastor.  ULCERATED LEG  AND ANKLE  HEALED BY ZAM-BUK  A common result of an injury some  times of even a tiny scratch is chronic  ulceration, the skin disease that eats  deepest into the tissue and ia most painful, weakening and obstinate. Ulcerations are brought on often (especially  in the case of.' women) by excessive  standing or kneeling. Mm. J.E.Berry-  For Business Men:  Letterheads, ."  Envelopes,  .   Billheads^;  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business cards,  Posters.  Dodger*,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  Blotters, Etc.  m  Society Printing:  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for. Balls, Etc.  Dance-Programs,  Concert Programs,  ?   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Work done  .  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  ,a ******** *���***���**********(  WORTH   TAKING  Oneounce Fluid Extract Dandelion;  One ounce Compound Salatone ;  Four ounce* Compound Syrup  Sarsaparilla;  Mixed and taken in teaspoonful  ,dosea after each meal and at bedtime,  is pronounced by a prominent physician to be the be-st mixture for the  cure of the kidney, bladder, and all  urinary troubles.  This eay�� the doctor, is the moat.  simple though remarkable prescription ever written to cleanse the  system of impurities and waste  matter. It acts as a powerful tonic  to the kidneys, forcing them to filter  out the aeida and poison*, overcoming rheumatiam, lame back, sciatica  -aad other affliction* arising from  ���our, impure blood.  The ingredient* can be procured at  any good drug store, and being purely  vegetable ana entirely harmless, can  easily be mixed at home.  It vou lave a suffering friend show  this to him, as he will undoubtedly  be Bleated to learn of so feimpl* and  MfUy racowmended a remedy.  aaa****a*********��*t****a*  We Core  Every Case  We Treat  ODE GUAJLANTX8:  NO PAY tTNUttS CU3LBD  WfceaT����M a Specialist, �������� smB Q��m ef  Wide  THE  COPPER  IANDB0OK  (New edition issued Nov. 15,1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering the  history, Geography, Geology, Chem-  i8try, Mineralogy Metallurg y, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It ia a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facta will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  _ It gives the plain facta in plain T^ng-  Hsh without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companfes 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  SI  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining aad the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price ia $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week'of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Sditor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  cuiW.    m �����  ,  m*����, acma'mtmm*  tin*.  We eruarantM every aaa a ttfalong  our�� for Vartestela, BXroe*]*, Urethral Otxt-TOoUens, Stood ana Skin DU-  easat, PmjtaUa Trcohtes, rUas, Fistula, leu of Vital Poww. Kidney,  Bladder and Speelal DUaasas. We  esp.ilally offer our sarvteM te those  ' wbo are aOUatod wtta we&kneu u a  result ef thair ��wn fatUas or txcauss.  ^ Our methods are uMo-dats. aad  are endorse* ��j tha highest medical  authorities ��f Karesa and Amsrlea,  Hence our suetaa* In toe treatment of  Hen's Diseases. Bsiimiilni. our spo-  elalty Is Umltod to Us> dfseasos of HUf  and Ulf only.  Wo toTor tke onUro BoM ofnorvMis,  ehraalo, '  COWSSLtATIOM SHEE.  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  l��� atanrn Oa, Cam. Warn Aeob.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  GRANITE   MOUNTAIN aud- IRON   KING  MINERAL CLAIMS, situate in the Green-  wood   Mininir  Division of Yale   District.  Where located;    Ou Eholt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE" that I. C.JP,. Sliaw.ajreiit for  James Sullivan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6721 and'Jerry Drlscoll.Free Miner's Certificate No. B6720, intend, sixty days from the dale  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim,  And further take notice that action, nnder  section 37, must tc commenced before the ls-  suanceof such Certificate of Improvements.  "Dated this 8th day of November, A. D. 1997.  C. &.. SHAW,  B.C.L.S.  Application No. 12535a.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to register Harcourt P. Dickinson astheownerinFeeSimple.underaTax Sale  Deed from Georg-e Birkett Tiylor, Collector of  Municipality of tbe City of Greenwood, to  Harcourt P. Dickinson.bearinurdate tbe7th day  of December.A.D. 1907, of all and singrular that  certain parcel or tract of laud aud premises  situate, lying- and being* in the City of Greenwood, in the Provinceof British Coluuibia.more  particularly known and described as���tlio North  36 feet of Lot Five (5), Block Eleven (11., Map  Twenty-One (21 J, City of Greenwood.  You and each of yon are required to contest  the claim of the tajc purchaser -within forty-five  days from the date of the first insertion of this  notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate  of lis pendens belnjr filed���and in defanlt of redemption���within such period, you will be for  ever estopped aud debarred f ron�� setting- up auy  claim to or in respect of the- said land, and I  shall register Harcourt P, Dickinson as owner  thereof.  Dated at Laud Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British Colombia, this Sixtb  day of January, A.D. 1908.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar  To LAURA A.WARD- 7t  LAND REGISTRY ACT  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used -aire tbe main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  ljj$6$^^  TAKE NOTICE that an application has been  made to register James Henry Hig-g-insas  the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale  Deed from Georg-e Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of City of Greenwood, to James  Henry Hig*g-ins,bearing- date the Twentieth day  of December, A.D. 1907, of all and singular tbat  certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying-and being in the City of Greenwood,  in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known arid described as Lot twenty-  three (231, Block J, Map46, O'ity of Greenwood,  B.C.  Yoa and each of yon are required to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-  five days from tliedate of the first insertion of  this notice, and in default ofa'caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed���and in default  of redemption���within such period, you will be  forever estopped and debarred from setting up  any claim to or in respect of the said land, and  I shall register James Henry Hi^glns as own or  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloope,  Province of British Columbia, this Thirty-first  day Of December, A.D.. 1907.  W. H. EDMONDS, District Registrar.  To Edward Nash, Esq., and  Wllliam H- AsauiTH.  $50,000 DEBENTURE BONDS  ���OP TUB���  Providence Mining Company, Limited.  Non-Personal Liability. Situated  near. Greenwood, B.C.. and Incorporated under the Laws of  British Columbia.  BIDS will be received bv the undersigned  until Monday. February 3rd. 1<XH, 12  o'clock noon, for the purcliose of thc whole or  any part of the Fifty Thousand (SSO.OOO.uO)  Dollars. These bonds will be dated January  1st, VH)3, and will mature January 1st, 1913,  payable at the First Trust and Savings Bank,  Chicago. Illinois, aud secured by all of the property of the Company, real and personal, bearing interest at six (6) per cent per annum, pa-*  able July 1st and January 1st of each year a  the First Trust and Savings Uank, ChicaRO  Illinois.  TT;o mine has shipped over Four Hundred  $-(00,f 00.00 Dollars worth of ore to the smelter  In the past four years. These bonds are  authorized by resolution passed at tbe Annual  (Stockholders'  Meeting- of  October ISth, 1W7  The Committee reserve therig-htte reject any  or all bids.  Information cf any character pertatnintr to  the property or Issneof the bonds will be furnished Dy applying to  M.  S. MADDEN,  Secretary,  Room 523, No. 201- Dearborn St..      Chicago, 111.  ^&$$P&'^"<^"><&rt&>&>tr&Mt4 ^ vj.i>c*'frofrPoaftotooooO'r>oooo<>  I pr nnrin o  ii OU UUil 0  D  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  ii i -^aaaaammaaaaatiamaaaaamam������^���maaaaaaWaaamaJaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaaaa^^^m^^^^^  DISTILLERY   CO,   LTD,  New Westminister, B. C.  ::  t  <><*&&*-&><r*>>*>**>>*^ *  LAND NOTICES  Form of Notice.  District  Similkameen Land District-,  of Yale.  TAFCK NOTTCF. tlmr I Sru>n,er Renerman.  of Midway. B.C.. occupation Miner, intends  to apply for permission.to purchase the following described 1'ind:  Commencing at a p.ist planted ot the North  West corner of lot No 788s. tlience north 40  chains ; tbence east 80 chains: thence sonth 40  chains; thence west SO chains to point of commencement, and containing- 320 acres more or  less.  Dated the 14th day of December. 1W7.  SPENCER BENERMAN.  Per H. STRAUSS, Agent.  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederick David,  Loiitf, of Park Rapids, Minn., occupation  bookkeeper, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the followiug described land: .;  Commencing at a post planted at the South  .East cornerof Purchase Record No. 264s,thence  north 80 chains; tbence east 80 chains; tbence  south SO chains; thence west 80 chains to point  of commencement, and" containing 640 acres,  more or less.  FREDERICK DAVID LONG.  Per HENRY STRAUSS. Affent.  Dated the 25th day of November, 19(1".  *��>O��0O0W��>OO<>rt^H��00O<W >  CANADIAN  "L7-    PAC��IFI��S  :R A I L W A Y  LAND NOTICE  Osoyoos Land District, District of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that we A J. Hujrhes and  Sam McOrmond. of Eholt. B.C., occupation Carpenter and Store Keeper, Intend to apply tor permission to purchase the following  described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 40 chains In a  southerly direction from n C P.R. Survey' Part  marked N.E. Corner. Lot 2701, tliencc south 40  chains, thence weslWl rliains. tlience north 40  chains, thence east 8(1 chains to place of com  mencement, .I'M) acres more or less.  A. J. HUOIIE��.  SAM McOHMOSO.  Dated October Kth, 1W7.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That  Ellen I.nnp, of P.irk  Kapids,   Minn., occupation   Ifousekivper,  intends to apply   for   permission   to purchase  the following described lauds:  Commencing at  a post planted nt the Sjuih East corner of Ap  plication <o   Purchase  Record  No. 2MS beiuir  Survey Lot No. "88S;  thence pant SOcliains:  tlience south 60 chains;   tlience west B0 chains:  thence north 60 chains lo point of commencement, and containing 480  acrr��. more or  leco.  ELLEN LONG,  Per  Henry Strauss, Aaeelt  Dated December lib, 1907  Similkameen Land-District-   District  of Yale,  TAKE NOTICE Miat William Edward McArthur of Greenwood, Itritisu Columbia,  by occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  for a special timber licence over the folloivlilir  described lauds: Commencing- at a post planted  at about live chains distant in an easterly  direction from the northwest corner of A.  Fisher's pre-emption, Lot !<)>S; tlience east  about y> chains; tbence south 40 chains to O  Eustace's northwest corner; thence east 35  chains; thence norli 40 chains to Lontlcr's  southwest corner; thence north 40 chains;  theirce east 10 cha ns; thence north *0 chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence s'liuli So chains  to the place of beirinninjf and containing 640  acres, more or less.  Located the 17th day of December. lW.  William Edwahd McAkthitr.  Dated 27th December, 1907. ia3-5t  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Lard District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE llt.V C. C. Rh..d*s, of Nelson, Province of i'riliKli Coiuiiibvi, by  occupation Accountant, intends to apply far  permission to purchase the following described  land: ���  Commencing at a post planted at the North  East cornei of Gorman We-.:*"- Lot No. 2S47, on  the West Fork of the Main Kettle Kiver, tliencc  south 40 chains: thence Kasl 40 chains: tlience  north 40 chains : thetn i: west 40 chains to jxiiiit  !of commencement,   and  ci��nt.iiuinjj   lbu   acres  more oj less.  I     Dutfd November 3'th, 1907.  C. C. Rnotir.s..  j Per Joskpii U.I, eaSIA, Aifeiit  For those who could not jret away  during the bnsy Holiday Season  we recommend  Banff  fllta.  This Far-famed Sanitarium witli  ita Sulphur Springs and Unsurpassed accommodation is JUST X  THE PLACE to build and tret X  a FRESH START,  Kates $2.50 per Day and Up  This Company operates Through  Standard Sleeping- Cars   Dining  Cars and First Class Tourist  Sleepers.  For Rates, Reservations and any  information desired.  Call on or write.  J. MOE,  D.P.A. Nelson  B.   R.  E. J. COYLE,  A.G.P.A. Van cou ver  BBDPATH,   AGENT  GREENWOOD,  000000&OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGO&9  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Kcgu  iations.  A NT available Dominion Lands within the  -"���Railway Uelt in British Columbia, may be  bomestcaded by any person who is the sole  head *>f a family, or any male over IS years of  age, t< .lie extent of one-quarter section of loo  acres more or le��6.  .En -y must be made personally at the local  land c nice for tbe district In which tbe land is  situ e. Entry by proxy may, however, be  ma e ou certain conditions by the lather,  nr :her, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an  in.ending homesteader.  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith nnder one of  the following plans:  (1) At least six months' residence upon aud  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased), of tbe homesteader resides upon a  .'arm in the vicinity of tl.e land entered for,the  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by snch person residing* with tbe father or  mother.  [3J If the settler has bis permanent residence  upon *������- nlng land owned by bim in the ricin-  iiy >f bis homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months' notice iu writing should be given  'othe Commissioner of -Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���-Coal mining rights may be leased for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 per acre. Not more than ISO  acres shall be leased to one Individual or  company. A royalty at tbe rate of five ceil  per ton shall be collected on the rcrrchantable  coal mined.  W. W. COIiY,  Deputy of the Minister of thc Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication o I tbis ad  vertisement will not be paid for.  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE tbat Joseph H. Leasia of  the District of Yale, Province of BruMi  Colurobia.by ocenpatiou timber cruiser, intends  toapply for permission to purchase tlie(ollo\<iiitr  described land: Commencing at apost marked  J. H. Lcasia's S.E. Comer Post sitnated at the  North East cornerof J.H, Feeney's application  Lot 611; thence north 2) chains: thence west  20 chains; tbeuce south i0 chains; thencce.ivt  20 chains, lo place of commencement, aud containing 40 acres, moreorless.  Joseph H. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd, 1907.  Similkameen Land District.   District  ol' Yale  TAKE NOTICE that Anna Wils m,of Park  Kapids, Minn., occupation Ifuusekcepvr.  intends to apply for permission tn purchase  the following described lands: Commencin:r  at a post planted at the North East corner of  W. Hagcr's Pre-emption Record No. 115B, being  Survey Lot No. 789S ; thence East 80 chains:;  thence south.60 chains; thence West SO chains;  thence north 60 chain*, to point of commencement containing 4SjO acies. more or less.  ANNA WILSON,  Per Henry Stranas, Agent  Dated December 11th, 1<X'7,  ::S^a  rib THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  li "   *'  ��  $  ft  Vi!  ri!  ft  ft  toves  We carry a full line of Cooking,  Heating-, and Ranges from the best  makers. : : :        :        :  Groceries  Our Grocery Department is complete and we can outfit tlie smallest  house to the largest camp,     s       t  CENTS' FURNISHINGS  We carry none but the best in Men's  and Boy's Clocking*���In fact we are  THE OUTFITTERS in this line.  i  ,L LI  COMPANY,   LTD.  HARDWARE CLOTHING        GROCERIES  w  en? ���-t-ots?  *mmm  0&  m  m  cry  yj  m  m  m  Wj  Always Ask for  V  15  ��*r i  IMPORTERS  Dquor ��o,  GREENWOOD  s  To the traveling public or those in need of-  a Trunk to keep their many itkas in. we offer  at a price a wee bit above co?t, for one week  only any trunk, valise, bag or suit case in  our establishment. : : :  %  ���*>  *'*  *���>  ���  *>  -���i  Remember these  Trunks are not       a \\ \\\>^  T.U~      +1.-.      17*1., &.-�� ,^~ff  *  V  ���*  -��  V,  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  - k  k  k  FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN *  k  ir a? tf if ��' a? s^ *'* s" ** j? j? j? *���"��� *" j? f & j? ** *p *f i? 'jp Jf a? ip j<* is* ip V f ac  like   the   Ele  pliant's  ���m  THEY  CANNOT  BE  SKINNED  Saratogas, Stateroom, Ladies' Dress  Trunk, Leather Valise, Suit Case, Gladstone,. Kit, Club, Cabin and Courier Bags  TOr  L. WHITE  Phone 16  0<KK��Ol>00<KK>OOOOOC>0(>0<XH)<)000000<K)<^^  0  ANCES  G These are they that ye judge by.  0 We can sell them cheaply.  A full  line���[Nearly for your  inspection.  E?     ~%MJ  v  shop  OOOOC^*>00<>CK>0<l<;vO<><X>OC-0'>CK>0<*-0<>CK*K-^^  ' Get your job Printing done at the Times'  Offices,    Prices Moderate,  ?-  TOWN 2Q<PICS  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be  absent from Greenwood for some  months.  Everybody dances at the  Eagle's hall, Friday night.  Lovely weather. Catmot be  beaten on this or any other globe.  Sacrament will be administered  ia the Methodist church on Sunday evening.  A grand masquerade carnival  will be held in the Skating Rink  on Wednesday next.    See posters  The meeting of the Royal Victoria Gold Mtnine Company was  adjourned for a further week on  Monday last.  The best dance of the season  will be held on Friday, Feb. 28.  The Greenwood Concert Orchestra.    'Nuffced.  Prospectors are getting their  bed and blankets ready for an  early pilgrimage to the hills.  Much prospecting will be done  this year.  Road Foreman Wilmhurst has  ten men at work on the wagon  road between Midway and the  Kerr ranch. When the work is  completed it means an easier  grade and no railway   croesings.  One of Greenwood's old timers  became tired of the hum drum of  this busy metropolis and left on  February 1 to seek a place that  would suit him better. He bid  his many friends good-bye, stating he would be absent some  three months. He intended  visiting all the points of attraction and business in the west,  but before he had gone many  miles became homesick, and after  an absence of three days returned  to Greenwood singing "there's  no place like ��home." He had  been as far as Midway.  Despite the severe loss sustained by the Greenwood Amateur  Dramatic Glub in attempting to  provide good entertainment for  the boost for itself, knock every  one else city over the bills, the  management have the good fortune and great pleasure of having  about fifty dollars to send to" the  B.C. Anti-Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Tranquille. The result  is exceedingly encouraging to the  club and ought to be gratifying  to the citizens of Greenwood and  Phoenix who supported them so  loyally. A financial report will  be given out later for publication  Fire had spread in about ten  feet'between the ceiling and floor  of the first and second flats of  Gulley & Go's, furniture store,  when found by J. Clark on Saturday night last. Tbe alarm sent  in was from the Bank of Montreal corner and a chimney of the  Rendell Block smoking thickly  received considerable attention  from a large and distressed crowd  and on the arrival of the brigade,  it seemed that although word bad  been left at the corner where the  fire was, no one has taken the  precaution to tell the firemen.  However the brigade deserve every credit for the excellent and  effective way they went at locating and extinguishing the fire.  A few boards chopped out of the  ceiling located the fire and in a  very short time the thing was  over and practically no damage  was done to the stock. Every  care that could possibly have been  taken to pave the furniiure from  damage was thought of and done.  Not only here but in many other  fires in Greenwood, the brigade  has displayed signal efficiency  and saved the Assurance companies thousands of dollars.  Remember the Valentine Social  at Judge Brown's residence, Valentine night.   See adyertisement.  Seven small snowslides at Fish-?  ermans held-up the train from  Nelson yesterday afternoon,  causing an hour's delay.... . ���  Valentines and valentine post-*  cards, great variety���comic and  sentimental at McRae Bros.  The ladies of Midway will give  a . Valentine entertainment next"  Thursday nifht. _ Musical program/  Twenty teams were hauling  wood in Greenwood last week.  This means $200 a day spent in  wood by the people of this thriving bustling city. What do you  think of it now ?  Go to Coles' bookstore for your  Valentines. All the kinds your  girl likes. Don't be afraid to let  her know you think she's marriageable. Next Friday's the  day.   Mail it today.  There won/'t be any tax sale in  Greenwood this year. All the  people are going to pay up their  taxes. Property will be worth  twice its old value here before  June.   How can it help it?  The Greenwood Orchestra will  hold a dance in the Masonic Hall,  three weeks from tonight. The  orchestra is now enlarged to ten  pieces, will furnish music. Show  the boys that.you appreciate their  work by supporting them.  With sunlight like this, the  mines will have to open. Nothing else will be sufficient to restrain the natural energies arous-  in the people. Soon tb*e old Shea  engine will be puffing up and  down the grade to and from the  Mother Lode. Keep your eye on  it-  Remember the dance in Eagle's  hall every Friday night.  The Smoker given in honor of  the McMynn. and Dill rinks by  the Greenwood Club on Saturday  night last wss a *'braw" night  for the curlers. Chairman E. G.  Warren.opened the meeting introducing a curler older than any of  the Greenwood heroes and requested master of ceremonies, Car-  michael Smith to draw in a few  shots. The "shots" were tasty  and were appreciated; Speeches  from the skips and some of the  members of the bonspiel rinks,  music by the Greenwood Orchestra Company and good singing*  and lots of it, enlivened the evening and broke the stillness of the  night.  j Purely Personal j  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open  evening's  CRYSTAL BLEND  COFFEE  SCHOOL REPORT FOR  JANUARY  Division I.���J. Li. Watson.  Pupils actually attending   22.  Average daily attendance  20.  Percentage of regularity  90.90  Pupils present every sension: Grace  Holmes, Marjoiie McArthur, Frederick  Jaynes, Francis Rowe. Willie Smith,  Gordon Smith.  Division II.���H. G. Moffatt.  Pupils actually attending...  37  Average daily  attendance  3215  Percentage of regularity .\ 86 89  Pupils' present every session: Lena  Archibald, Henry Anderson, Thelma  Chambers, Jean Crawford, Maude Eales, Mildred Hancock, Katie Mathieson,  Charlie McArthur, Georgie McDonald,  Jessie McDonald, Hazel Redpath.  Division III.-^C. M. Martin.  PupilB actually attending. 31  Average daily.attendence. 27.50  Percentage oi regularity. 88 71  Pupils present every session: Leo  Bacaett, Judith Johnston, Anna Mackenzie, Rengie McKernel, Bina Smith,  Wencel Setnerad, Dick Taylor.  Moore's Cafe  Moved to the WINDSOR HOTEL. Our  New Restaurant is newly appointed throughout. You have eaten your meals with us before. Try us in our new home. Anything  you want, at any time you say. Everything  of the best.  HOWARD MOORE, Proprietor.  \A.'t>. McLennan, of Rock  Creek, was a visitor in Greenwood yesterday and today.  Rev. F. J. Rutherford and Mrs.  Rutherford -were visitors in Midway "Wednesday and Thursday.  John. Barclay, formerly with  Rendell & Co., has been spending  the -week in Greenwood. . He now  hails from Seattle.  Miss Crowley of the C. P. R.  up-town office, is spending Iter  holidays in Nelson and Rossland.  She left on Monday.  R. II. Carler,v o"f the Hudson  Bay Knitting Co., brother of the  proprietor of the Daily Canadian,  Nelson; w��s here on Tuesday.  J. G. Burns, representing the  Northwest Mining News, Spokane, is in Greenwood today looking over s -me of our unparalleled  mining resources.  Robert Thomas of Seattle is in  Greenwood visiting his parents,  Thomas Thomas and wife. He  arrived on Friday last and will  spend two weeks.  Lome A. Campbell, of the West  Kootenay. Power and Light Co. |  and N. C. Macdonald, of the American Tobacco Co., were in Greenwood on business, Monday.  W. J. Macgregor of Rossland,  formerly commercial operator of  the C. P. R. at Greenwood, is in  the city today. Mr. Macgregor  is now interested in some promising oil properties in Utah.  W. G. H. Belt, who registers  now from Winnipeg, has been in  the citr since Saturday. He was  formerly manager of the Greenwood branch of the B.N.A. and  is here now performing his duties  as one of the bank's inspectors. ,  Robert Keffer, editor of the  Anaconda News has been quite  ill for the past week with bron-  chical pneumonia. Robert is  weathering the gale pretty well  now and expects-still to be able  to leave for Pullman in a couple  or three weeks.  33.,E. Richardson, the popular  traveller ot the Kelly Douglas Go.  Vancouver, the dispensers of Nabob Coffee along with many other  lines of good groceries is in the  city this week shakinghandswith  his friends and incidentally doing  a big business.  I  We  all have our notions tegarding  coffee, and it's not easy  to  produce  ���������it. 1        j 1        i ��,4 . . *      .  blend that  VV All.  aunt.  everyuOuy.  But WB seeth to Have such a blend:  It's all coffee and all good coffee. If  you-don't like it you'll be the first  one.    Try   it.       Per   31b   package  I  $1.00  Jhe HUNTERKENDRICKC0.,tTD.  -Xir * ir..4 * * * * * *+*��fr+4��4' 44* ���M"ft��'t>+* *  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  *  if  if  if  if  if  To Rent  Cottage, 4 rooms, close in.  " .4 rooms, near hospital  ''      .4 rooms, near Smelter  Log House,4 rooms " "   -  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.  if  +  OH, MR. WILLCOX  The Phoenix Pioneer^ anxious  always to keep the benighted inhabitants of that isolated village  in the mists of ignorance concerning this thriving city, endeavors to explain away the fact  that Greenwood simply swept the  ice at the Nelssn bonspiel by re-  m ark iug* .that; anything else could  hardly be expected when the  mayor, tbe gold commissioner,  the stipendiary magistrate, the  government agent, the issuer of  marriage licenses, the postmaster,  the plumber, the city engineer,  the undertaker and a few more of  the prominent officials of the city  were all there. Later advices  declare that the remark is the  product of the fertile brain of an  ecclesiastical dignitary who was  a member of one of Greenwood's  victorious rinks, rehashed by the.  energetic editor* of the Pioneer.  The editor might also have remarked that one of the rinks possessed a skip who had a quadruple personality, a thing unknown and unheard of before up  there in the tree. tops. But we'll  let up for the skip developed another reputation i:i his defence of  the broom that might put the  editor of .this great family journal  in peril of his bodily, existence.  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co.f Ltd. +  ��J�� OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a  ������9����a��a����*otfafta0a��a*����*��*������*a��c��0**��0����������*��*ii��ft������  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.!  a     ������..:.  ��� *r   - a.  DEALERS IN ..  Tresb ana Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  .��  *  �� ���  *������������'������������ -                    ���  2 *-  *���-.-��� ���  %-'��������� *  The Label on your paper tells when your  Subscription expires*    We need the money  AMONG THE CURLERS.  Following is  result of, play  to  date for Warren oup :  Bishop,.. .18  Bishop.....;.... 12  Bishop............ 15  Frith...........,]0  Biriiio ..LI  ' Beattie.        .... 5  Beattie.  10..-Wan-en..- 6  Birnie  .16  Birnie 15  Birnie.. ..15  Dill ....11  Dill \ .���';'.. 13  Dill......*.......15  Dill 12  Dill.! ; 16  Johnson 15  JohtiBon  .10  Johnson  .15  Frith. 12  Frith 12  Frith .-. 15  Frith .12  Erith 18  Frith ....18  McCreath 16  McCreath 15  McCreath. 18  McCreath 14  McCreath 12  McCreath 12  McCutcheon 15  McCutcheon 18  McCutcheon 12  McDonald 11  McDouald. 11  McDonald 11  McDonald Il  McDonald ..12  McMynn ....-9  McMynn.... 11  McMynn. .14  McMynn........18  McMynn ....12  McMynn...: 15  Warren 15  Warren  7  Warren 13  Beattie..   (J  MeCrealh 6  McDonald ...13  J ohtison........ 9  Birnie ....;. 5  McCutcheon.... 7  Beattie.....  8  Warren 11  McCutcheau ...". 4  Beattie..  7  Birnie 14  Birnie 10  Beattie  6  Johnson..  7  Warren.......     4  McMynn. ......14  McCutcheon  7  Dill 12  Frith... 11  Beattie 4  McCutcheon 8  McDonald 10  McMy.nn  8  McDonald ...... 5  Birnie .13  Bishop ..11  Warren.: 10  Johnson. 10  Dill  6  Beattie  6  Frith  il  Bishop..,.....;. 8  McDonald.. 6  Beattie 5  Johnson.......... 3  Birnie . .11  McCutcheon ...'.10  Bishop   5  Birnie ' 6  McCreath  6  Board of | Trade  A meeting of the Board  of Trade is called for 4  this afternoon in the rooms  of th$ Greenwood club.  The tunnel proposition will  be considered.  ST&NDING OF IUNKS.  WON. M)ST.  McMynn.....'.....  6 2  McCreath......'  fi 2  Frith......  6 8  Dill.  5 2  Bishop   8 3  McDonald.  5 4  Warren  3 4  Johnson .../...  3 4  McCutcheon.. . *... 3 ,5  Birnie.  3 7  Beattie..... . .. ... 1 8  SOCIAL  Did you heatr about it?  WELL !   WELL !    ^  On St Valentine's Day  February 14th, '08  At JUDGE BROWN!S ��� ���'  RESIDENCE ON KIMBERLY STREET  :; :  Under auspices of the Ladies' Aid  of the Methodist Church, Greenwood. �� A program to suit Everybody, consisting of Music,Oatnts,  and Lunch. Come and hare a  real good time     :       .:.;.'    :       :  Admission, Collection at Door

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