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Array ^^^^0^^w^m^^w^^^^:'^^^w\   k   *'��� ��j> y^^^HWM  s��!$yy%yy*������-%:?i,''^^%^-ife\i^i\iA^r:-.'r' j)        * - ' v^ ^\r'>d"^f  ������.-���>>..1fi.vv.:'':':':.'> ���������.���>. i;:'i -   . ���'���'-'*&-��� ./ ���. '. . ���' ;'.i'''i.'iv.Qv'i- " V-MJO-;: ���'���������'     II W     f\      ���V*'i  T. M. Gtiiley &  i  8  f.  ����  TAKE this opportunity of^wishing  all their patrons   and   friends   a  also  to thank them f0r, the generous  patronage  accorded ��� during the past  ye&r ;arid ask for a continuance   of  .    same, for 1908.  1  T.M. Gulley & Co.  .  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood,  B,C.  ]*>0<rt0<>OOO<>OOOOOOOOO��<K>OOOOO 000<KKKK><KK>00<>0<>0<>000<><>000  1.       ���*     ".  //^W^WA^VI  I,..' V   s  IH  #���  <*r  .   O/r cMonday, January 6th, we  commence our  Annual Stocktaking Sale  At this time it is always customary to reduce  the stock to the lowest point possible and  these generous reductions in prices of seasonable goods lies in the fact that we take stock  1 January 1st. Now is the time to buy Winter  Goods at prices that will interest you.  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods.  Millinery  No. 17  ��AuAi^V'V,V'V'W'W'W'W'>V��  ?9  On the merit of their performances alone are  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of  construction, combined^with a skill in,manu-  the inheritance of genera-  facture, which is  tions, make  m  good time keepers and  consequently comfortablewatches to carry.  Their, efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables  tfe.'owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest agent iii any part of die world.. They  are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  ���A* Loaan &  Co*  The annual meeting of District  No. 6 of the W. F. M., is in session here. The meeting will  perhapB last until Monday.  The following- are the delegates to the convention:  President���Percy W. Johnston,  Sandon.  Vice-President���Charles Bunting. Grand Forks.   "  Secretary-Treasurer���A. Shil-  land, Sandon.  Grand Forks���Charles Bunting,  .TV J  Beuninger, T.  L.Crossen,  a.:'E.--cox. ������'���"  ;     .: v!;V'v.'  Greenwood-~T. J. Gould, R.  A.. Mathiesonv;' George Heather-  ton, W. B. Embree, Joseph J.  Chambers.  Hedley���L. Canty.  Kaslo���Hiram A. Carney.  Mojie���James Noel, B. Edward  Taylor.      .  ' Nelson���Frank Phillips.  Phoenix���M. C. Jewell, W. J.  Lo.u��it, Marcus "Martin, W. S.  Cook, John Mclver,4 D. J.' Ryan,  John Mclunes, M. C. Wade, Chas.  Halsey.   ���  Ross1 nil���J. A'. McKinnon,  Rupert Bulmer, George Casey,  C. A. Campbell-  Sandon���Percy Johnston, A.  Shilland, William Davidson.  Trail���S. Robinson, F. Campbell, S. Butler, W. Hesketh.  cr,,Yjp.;r-rc-W1fi^wJy/JcIsaacs��^ - /���-  Peter Patterson of Fernie is  the fraternal delegate from district No, 18, United Mine Workers  of America.  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS  As the time for the civic nomination approaches a little excitement is at last being'Stirredup in  the Municipal arena and it looks  as if Greenwood this rear would  have one of its old-time contests.  No other name seems to be men-  tioned for Mayor and it is likely  that Mayor Bunting- will be re-elected-by acclamation. . In the  North Ward, the names of T. M.  Gulley, J. W. Wilson, Duncan  Mcintosh, W. B. Fleming and  Kenneth ^McKenzie are given as  Aldermen. In the South, the old  war horses, Daniel Sullivan,  James Sutherland, A. Desrosiers  and Alex. Greig look like the  coming ones. Mr. Greig is a new  man but he has been long enough  on this earth to know what's  what. All the names arc those  of good men and from them, six  active, and capable aldermen can  easily be chosen who with Mayor  Bunting would make a progressive and energetic council for  1908.  On New Year's day two Greenwood rinks went up to Phoenix  and showed the curlers on the  kopje how the game is played by  men who understand it. The  Phoenix curlers were defeated by  such a margin that no .tally was  kept, but the result is understood  to be as follows:  :  GREKfJWOOn PHOUJTIX  J. D McCreath..lO   C. Reeves 12  E. B. Dill..;......is  i  Buntinp 21  McMynn i4  J. Moran....  Sherbitio ...  .Smith'..'     6    4  . ..... 4-  Total; ...60  In the second  Total.,  game the  ....',-..26  skips  and mates changed'places.  The same day';two rinks slid  down the hill from Phoenix and  defeated the local curlers., The  games in the afternoon were good,  especially the one skipped by  Hugh McCutcheon and Paddy  George, the former playing an  excellent game. The old time  rivals. McNichol and Birnie. came  together and Macbirl'd the stanes  to victory* Following is the  result:  Frith 6 Gardner. .9  Bishop.., . ..10 Rand  .���. .13  McCutcheon 7 George 5  Birnie  5 McNiclio!..,. .'.. 7  Total 28  Total.  ...:...36  At the local rink this week  curling has been in full swing.  In the Warren cup contest some  pretty work was witnessed, as the  ice was good and the curlers a  little better. Each team plays  against the other in this contest  and the rink that has the most  scalps hung up at the finish can  drink water out of the cup during  .1908.. Sofarvthe, ftil] owing: games  have been played:  Frith  13 Bishop 10  Warrea ....;.,...���: <..,.; �� Birnie ...., 6  McCreath 14 McCutcheon 8  McMynn .' .11 McDonald....', 6  Dill 14 Crawford  9  Last night's game was what  miglit be termed a yacht race, as  ice was covered with water. Towards the last Crawford "lay  to," but Dill hoisted the main  sail and tacked nor'east by east,  sir, and made tbe port safely,  thus winning tbe hardest fought  battle on land or sea since Cain  hit Abel with a hot mince meat  pie. Crawford claims that Dill  is used to deep sea fishing while  the only line he ever cast was a  clothes line. It will be good sailing yet.  CUSTOMS RETURNS.  ; "So exceptionally encouraging  is the outlook in the Boundary  country that I may safely say  that by the middle of next summer, we will be in such a position  as to feel in every way justified  in increasing our capacity by at  least 1,000 tons a day. This will  bring the Granby smelter up to a  -total capacity of fully 4,500 tons  daily."  This is the New Year's prophecy of Jay P. Graves, president  and general manager of the Gran r  by Co.    Mr. Graves continued:  Our present aggregate monthly output is 100.000 tons,'.or about  1,450,000 tons a year.  "By increasing our 'output, as  I said to 4,500 tons a day, we will  be turning out 1,642,500 tons a  year."  PUT YOUR NAME IN  The meeting' of the western  members of the Canadian Mining  Institute, to be held in Nelson on  January 15th at 2 p. m., should  be remembered by everyone interested in the mining Industry.  This meeting is called for the  purpose of forming a western  branch of the institute, but many  valuable papers have been prepared and will be read and discussed. The C. P. R. will sell  tickets to this meeting at reduced  rates to members and their wives  who are accompanying them.  - All members who expect to attend the meeting should at once  notify J; J. Campbell of Nelson,  who with other Nelson members,  is looking after .hotel accommodations.  '���������: ������: l7���-.;..'.  ,- yiPt%-^j>fa^\ r- --��.><  SHIPMENT OF SILVER  Following are the customs returns for the month of December  at Greenwood port of entry and  the sub ports: ,  Greenwood $1025.32  Bridesville    224.91  Chapaka _     754.92  Mvncaster     332.65  Midway     146.77  Osovoos.     107.36  The last issue of the Canada  Gazette has the order-in-council  establishing at Ottawa a Canadian branch of the imperial mint.  The Trail smelter has just  finished a shipment of 250,000  ounces of silver te the mint for  its subsidiary coinage. The requirements are for bars .998 fine  ���that is 998 parts silver in 1000,  but the Trail metal assays better  than that. The mint will use  about 1,000,000 ounces per annum,  but as the Consolidated produces  about twice this much annually,  the ���silver coinage of the Dominion will hereafter be entirely-of  Canadian production, mined,  smelted, refined and coined all  within the borders ol the Dominion. When the Ottawa mint is  iu a position to produce gold  coins, there will be plenty of the  "yellow stuff" available in British  Columbia, to supply all demands.  YEAR'S WORK  IN B.C. COPPER  Mines Developed-Inexhaus-  tible Supply'of J Ore  In  Sight-Good Progress  If You Wish  .*\  to Buy  The delegates to thc Western  Federation of Miners' convention  ;now in session in Greenwood are  the most gentlemanly and intelligent body of men who have  visited this city for a long time.  Most of the delegates are miners  and work, when at home, probably  1000 feet underneath the grounds  Among the visitors are Percy  W. Johnston of Sandon, a college graduate from the Old  Country; William Davidson, ex-  M.P.P., of Sandon;John Mclnnts,  M. P.P., of Phoenix; Frank'  Phillips of Nelson, a gentleman  whose head assays high in brains,  Andy Shilland of Sandon, a man  that any town would be glad to  have as a citizen, and in -fact all  the delegates are men we are glad  to have met and sorry their stay-  could not be longer.  Total $2591.93  The inland revenue collections  for the month of November were  $650.00  Th* K. of P. Annual Ball on  New Year's night was a repetition of the yearly successes of this  society. Bush's orchestra provided the music and about 70  couples tripped the light fantastic until nearly four ?..m. Some  of the best dances were in the  early hours of the morning when  the floor was not so crowded.  A joint installation of the officers of the Phoenix and Greenwood Masonic Lodges was held  in the hall here ou Friday  night of last week. The  ceremonies were capped by a banquet at the Pacific Cafe, servevl  in excellent style by Howard  J Moore.    It was a merry night.  The installation of the new  crusher at the Mother Lode is  nearly completed. The foundations of the old crusher will be  used for this one and the only  changes necessary will be slight  in connection with the placing of  the driving motor.  At the Kokomo, adjoining the  Duncan on the West Fork, work  has been carried on now for about  trhee months, and it looks like  the makings of a good mine.  After sinking on the lead for  about. 60 feet, drifting has been  done for about 20 feet to the east  and 35 feet to the west.**i^ey  have about 6 inches, of fine pay  ore on the hanging wall and the  lead varies in width from two to  five feet as far as it has beeu  opened up. It looks like a nine-  teen-eighter.  The Christmas tree and entertainment at St. Jude's church  last-night was enjoyed by tbe  large crowd present., Although  Mr. Clans was rather late in arriving at  the church this year,  While the past year, principally  on account < f the shut down of  the mines for the last two  months, L. ids no records iu the  way ot production, it almost  equals in ore tonnage the entire  year of r.��iK, and presents, not-  withstandi g difficulties, a production which, when compared  with that t f five years ago, shows  a marvellous development.  In the mines and smelter of the  B. C. Copper company extension  work has been carried steadily  forward. At the Mother Lode  the 400-foot level has been opened  up, uncovering inexhaustible  bodies of oro, while most of the  ore shipments have been made  from the 300, 200,, and 60 foot  levels. In the ten mouths of this  year the Mother Lode shipped  20S,321 tons of ore, or nearly  double the amount sent out, in  1906, the improvements which  were made in the latter part of  previous year giving a very much  greater smelter capacity.  At present at the mine- there is  being installed a crusher, particulars of which are given elsewhere in this/issue, the crusher,  formerly used at the mine having  been moved to the sample mill at  the smelter where the water system, has been duplicated, giving  a much higher pressure.  The ,600 h. p. motor for the  new 35-drill compressor, which is  to be placed by the 30-drill machine ajready in operation at the  mine, arrived here yesterday and  will be placed in position .immediately.  At the Emma mine, better copper values have been found than  in previous years. In March last  a 12-drill compressor rua by a  200 Hip. electric motor was installed and work has since been  pushed on the 250 foot level.  The ore from the Emma is in demand at the Smelters for its iron  contents. It has shipped over  18,000 tons this year.  .At the Oro Denoro, a crushing  plant and conveyor system were  completed just before the recent  shut down., The mine has been  opened up underground so as to  connect with the surface workings. Most of the ore recently  taken out is from-a depth of about  150 feet. A new spur has been  built from the C.P.R. line into  the workings.  At tbe Napoleon mine near  Boyd?, Washington, an aerial  tram about 4100feet long hasbeen  built. It has a capacity of about  400 tons a day. The workings  have been fitted with a 6-drill  compressor and au electric light  system, A great many'thousand  tons of ore have been opened up.  At tbe Mother Lode, the Emma  and the Napoleon, ihe company  has carried forward its policy of  providing pleasant quarter.-; for  the men; At the Mother Lode  nine new cottages have "been  built; at lhe Emma a buakhouse,  and at the Napoleon a boarding  house and buakhouse.  .Vi  Wire us for* Quotations  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  or Boston are unequalled  Even   our   competitors  acknowledge    that    we  can  buy   these    stocks  cheaper     than     they.  y. Why ?     Because   ou r  '   Eastern connections are  of the very best.  The stock business is  a sideline with us consequently lwe 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  1' j  * <  ''J  ���7'i  *v.  .V  ;/  ���>',?  ^  t.  t New York opening quo- /  , tations daily, if desired, /  McpERMDfir  McHARDY,  NELSON,       ,        %.C.  CHRISTMAS AT MIDWAY  On Friday evening, December  20ih, the usual Christmas festival  was given the children of the  town by the ladies of the Presbyterian church. The church, was  beautifully decorated and^lighted  up with numerous Chinese lanterns strung across the building.  Mottoes, appropriate with the  season, showed to' fine advantage  in the glare' of the numerous  lights. The Christmas tree, the  center of interest, w^s-.fceayi,  laden w;^^^||;   reo iWfeW/wifU JJ|$K��r$  .���^tedfc'tbemo^nt.wb  old^j^pfir''Ssffta Claus, should  appear and gi're away  his  gifts,'  which   character   was sustained ',  with   remarkable1  ability;--;by������'% ��� ������-  well  known   citizen. ^^'Jo^vJia'nd;^''^  gladness were diffused throughout the whole assemblage which  completely   filled   the   building.  The exhibitions by  the children  were very happy,   showing  that  great pains had been taken by the   ;  ladies   to   prepare  them for the  events.    Songs,  recitations,  diar  logues, etc., were fully up to the  mark.    Miss Effie Ross, daughter .;  of   Rev.    W.    R.    Ross,    sang >  "Daddy" and a   "Dream of Para^  disc,"   Mrs.   Williams  presiding j  at the organ and  throughout the;   r  evening.    Mr.  Ross, had charge' W;,  of the program.    A f ter Santa" had;777i  appeared in  his Christmas  garby7y'y  and   giveu   away his- gifts,   the  ladies     provided      in      copiolls  draughts steaming cups of coff.:e  with the usual cake.    The even-  ing's   proceedings   were    closed  with the beuediction, When  the;  audience dispersed to their hqineSv  in the best of humor and *fuU of  the Christmas spirit. y77.)7-7-.  r  I  if  vfil  ��� ������. ">��# ;;i  :,-������;������. .-���>��>���%'.j  y-'.t' '���������St*  :yy;::ym  y$:y$m  It is so quiet in Midway  these  he got there with a mighty big | days that one could hear   a snow-  pack on his back   and   made the fiake drop,  good   children, who   attend   St.  Jude's Sunday school, happy. School commences next Mon-  And Santa did not forget the day, mach to pupils'disgust and  pastor, teachers and adherents.    1 parents' delight.  ^^^^^jW^^Sa^^^^^^aaiLm^L^^r^^^m  J^^M  ���--\r��  HOam  iiBJVjlJiTiil'li  Everyone in Greenwood com-���;��  menced   the   New   Year   right.  Not a pilgrim happened  to fall  into the ��rms of a policeman r x  ��Ys.  \ v  y: - (  N  THK  B0HMDJIRY   CRESK   TIMES.  mmmmrmm  CP*  (p*  'cP*  CP<  �����  $11,000,000.  Capita!, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest  % UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hen. President:    Lok'd Strathcona jmj Mount Kovat.. G. C. M. G.  President:    Sir Gkokgb A. Dkbmmono, K.C. M. <i.  Vice-President and General Manager:    E. S. Cloustos. ,  Branches in London, Eng. .{^J^^&ZSL \ Se�� Yor!l< Chica^��-  Bay  and sell Sterliuff Kxcliautfeaud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partiof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *=5  *=��  *=$  HI-  Jg value  *=5  '��J>  WC  !��*��  ^yjjffijj^jjiM  i  w'JL  v,  ...��_'.  3aid-up Capital,$lO,000,OOO. Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  n. e.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  WALKER, President. AL,EX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT    CANADA  AND   IN  THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS 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 tiy man.  .Every attention is paid to  cut-of-town accounts.  j. t. BERTIE, Manager  Greenwood  -i-J-iUFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  Bakkisthk. Soucitok,  Notary Ptiimc.  Cal.U- Address:       "ilA'LKTi.",  I Italiyid M'Neill's  i onus ��� Alor.'iii^ .C Xi'il's  I I.etber s  Greenwood, B. C  , ,j-.-j.y^  BOUrDAKV   YALLfcY    LOliGE  No. 38.1.0.0. F.  >;;.,-)s  fw-rv    Uiesdat   Kvit.iik al *"' i;t  Ibr  i   i". O.  P   Hn.il.     A.  cordial  inxl tai\ou if ex.  ;> u.i<-(i umll ^di'uriiHiK bretli��rn.  A. E. UK AITJI WAIT B. F.  SP BARING,  '������.I - \ . (a.  J. SANDEKS. KliC. Sec.  lower standard ol living for white  S)C  Boundarv Creek Times  ' Issued fiucrv frlday  BV  THU  Bon Wai j Greet Printing ana* Pnblisbing  CO., LIMITED,  subscript toys in advance.  ."!���-.��   YP.AK  I '*>  i>ix Mqjcthk >           1~  T(> FofUUGK Countnibs  2 50  Liutuk  A. D. Machaklaxis  V_~  I'lIDAT,   JANUARY 3,190'.  MR   ROSS' SPEECH.  The speech (if Duncan Ross,  M. P., on the Oriental question  has excited widespread comment  from Halifax to Victoria. The  The Daily Times publishes it ift  full in its issue.of Friday last.  It occupies seven full columns.  In one part of his speech, Mr.  Koss stated more clearly than we  have seen them given elsewhere  the reasons why the people of  British Columbia object to the  Asiatic. His summary is as  follows:  Because tbey usually get a grip  on the country they enter.  Because while they may come  as hewers of wood and drawers of  water, they do not remain in a  servile position.  working classes.  Bock use given an opportunity  they .become capable of doing expert work and then, as all work  W'iu!i| be "nigger's" work, there  would be nothing for a white  man to do.  B-cau-e, as they consume less  than white men, they are worth  less, commercially, to the empire.  Beouse they make the country  of no value as a home for the  surplus population of Great  Britain.  Because we want to preserve  the British type of our population.  A SIDE PLAY  In Spenser's Faerie Queen there  is a slimy monster who entices  the unwary ur sophisticated  knight into the circle of his arms  where, enfolding him, be would  cru-h out his life. The Saturday  Evening Post, growing poetical,  naraesi the dragon Panic. The  American people are the guileless  knight. The saviour of them is  the president���the ever-adaptable, omnipresent, omniscient  Teddy. According to the Post,  " the monster had scarcely  sounded the opening bar" of his  musical snare when "'up dashed  the N president and delivered a  powerful kick in the ribs."  The "panic" idea wonderfully  tick?es the childishness of the  American people and that other  knight of violence, John L. Sullivan, has been preaching a sermon on the foible. The printable  part of it runs after this fashion":  "It makes me tired to hear  folks talking about the financial  situation. Half the fools who  stand around talking about  'stringency' and 'situation' and  such like things, only do it because they like the sound of the  council,   which  was passed last  week,   cancelling1   the  right   to  locate and pre-empt timher limits.  It is evidently now the policy  of the  government to hold  the  timber   and   have   the  province  benefit   by   its    ever   increasing'  This should   have   been  done long ago,   and   while it is  perfectly apparent that this move  of the government will double the  value of the timber, limits   now  held by speculators and others,  yet   it   is a good thing for this  province.   The government, however, does not deserve much credit  for it as it is only following  the  policy of the different states of  the United States who have been  forced to  conserve what timber  they had left to prevent a timber  famine.  The timber is one of the great-  est'assets this proyince has and  should have been conserved in  stead of being handed out to  speculators and thereby helping  to swell the fortunes of Americans. For it is said that about  three-fourths of the timber limits  in British Columbra. held by in  diviuuals are in the possession of  Americans.  The best timber in the "Yale  district is situated on the Kettle  river and ' its -tributaries and  ninety per cent of this is now held  by Americans.  speeches of the British Columbia  members are placing that widely  read daily journal in a ridiculous  position.     Of   course,   the   prophecies   of the Canadian  about  what the government will do are  all  in  the  air.    Meanwhile,   nq  one; can read the Ontario dailies  without realizing that the action  of the British Columbia men  has  at least brought the eastern provinces   to   realize the fact  that  British "Columbia   doesn't   want  and won't have the  dark-skinned  heathen.    We're heathen enough  ourselves without  getting down  to their standard of living.  BONNIE BRIER BUSH CO.  EDITORIAL NOTES  '   One   of   the things you didn't  swear off���taxes.  \  By the way,   how's   that New  Year's resolution stacking up ?  . His genial majesty the sun has  turned the corner end is coming  back again. Each day he stays  a little longer now.  "Who says there isn't anything  in Christmas' time? Why, even  the Cranbrook Prospector under  its influence let up for a week its  wails on the Big Seven.  Desertions in the United States  army amounted last year only to  6258, *br 8 per cent of Uncle Sam's  entire military force'. The Americans are. a loyal people.  Just to remind you, Centre  York, Ottawa and Labelle, Que.,  all returned straight government  candidates last week. One majority was 3329 and Labelle returned its candidate by acclamation.  If the recent shut down has  proven anything it has shown  that Greenwood is the best town  in the Boundary. More people  have permanent interests here  than at any other place and  business was better.  words. Half of 'em never heard  the word ' stringency ' before and  they think it's smart to be heard  talking about it."  Evidently John  L.   is getting  up   on   himself  these  days, but  Because they are incapable, of  assimilation.  Because they are strangers to  our civilization.  Because they are out of sympathy with our aspirations.  because they are unfitted for  our free institutions.  Because they create in our  people a degraded estimate of  manual labor similar to those in  communities where African  slavery has been permitted.  [ American people take themselves,  like their tin-can navy and .gold-  lace army, altogether too seriously. Iu the face of it all, it's  good to be a Canadian.  "What is the value of a yen?"  This is the extensive aud important contribution of the leader 'of  the opposition to the Japanese  treaty debate in the house last  year. Fine basis for his reckless  charges against the British Columbia members.  A net loss of about six per cent  on the reserve of the New  York  banks   precipitated   a    financial  crisis and the issuance of clearing  house certificates.    A decrease of  seven per cent of the reserves of  the Bank of England in the same  nevertheless    he's    right.    Th^k      .,  was hardly noticed.  TIMBER  ERVE  The McBride government has  at last wakened up to the fact  that the timber of this province  would soon be gobbled up by  speculators   unless  the  locating  THe efforts of the Nelson Canadian   to    belittle    the    Ottawa  The reservation of the timber  lands was a good step: no doubt,  tardily taken. But it's a hardship  on poor men wishing to take up  la,ad for settlement; also on some  newspapers, such as the Ashcroft  Journal, ^the.Port Simpson North  Coast, the Prince Rupert Empire,  and the. Victoria Week. ��� No  .doubt they will all, like good  newspapers, uccept it good-  naturedly for the general benefit.  Newspapers- are used to doing  such things for the, public welfare.    It's a part of the business.  A special feature in connection  with the "Bonnie Brier Bush"  will be the first appearance of the  Australian queen of Scottish  song, Miss Maggie McCann. She  has only recently arrived from the  antipodes where she is a universal  favorite. Miss McCann being  under the same management that  control the "Bonnie Brier Bush"  and her Canadian and .American  concert tour not opeaing until the  New Year, they have placed  her  INDIAN RESERVES  In the.debate on the Indian reserves iu this province, at Ottawa,  the other dav, Duncan Ross,  M. P., drew attention to the fact  that one-half of th-- Similkameen  valley, one of the richest in the  Dominion, was withheld from  cultivation. He suggested giving  this province a quid pro quo out  of the 10,000,000 acies of land  already secured by the Dominion  government in some of the best  valleys arid in the railway belt in  British Columbia, for its reversionary interest in lands abandoned or not used'by the Indians.  Mr. "Ross pointed out that on the  Similkameen lands thus held  there was room for from 100 to  to 200 'families growing fruit.  The reply of the minister of the  interior was to the effect that because of the very extraordinary  attitude taken by the McBride  government, it was and had been  impossible for the Dominion to  come into relations with them  where negotiation was possible.  The province, insists that any  step on the part'of the Indians to  dispose of the land or the usufruct  of it by lease, ipso facto transfers  the land to the provincial government. Mr. Oliver was of the  opinion that such a course was  not at all warranted under the  law and he had the concurrence  of leading members of the oppo-  sision in his conclusion that the  dispute would have to go to the  privy council for settlement.  ���,�����������������/���������������*������������������,  SAYS THIS IS BEST  with this company until that  time, and this city is indeed fortunate in being able to hear this  great singer. Miss McCann is  the possessor of a rich "meggo-  soprano voice oi great power and  feeling, and her repertoire of  Scottish songs includes,1 all the  gems so dear to the hearts o.f the  sons of old Scotia'. The' "Land  oV the Leal," "Come Under My  Plaidie," . "Lang, Lang Syne,"  and "Down the Burn, David,  Lad," will be sung by special  request. Miss McCann will positively appear here with the  "Bonnie Brier Bush" at the  Auditorium on Tuesday, Jan. 7tb.  Take a Cup  .  of "BOVRIL" at  ! Eleven o'clock  a* m< or p. m<   It does  not matter whic  It will give you vi.  and energy  BUT  see  it is  BOVRIL  A1 leading health journal in answering tlie question, " What is the best  prescription to clean and, purity tin-  blood?" prints in a-recent issue Mi  following :  Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce;  Compound Salatone, ono ounce ;  Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, four  ouncea. ,  Shake well and use in teaspoonful  doses after each mpal and atv bedtime.  A woll-kuown physician states that"  these are  harmless vegetable ingredients, which can be obtained from.  \',  any good prescription pharmacy.  ' This mixture will clean the blood  of all impurities.    In just a few days  tho skin begins to clear of sores, boils  ���' and pimples. It puts vigor and  energy into runtdown debilitated  men and women. For many ��� years  Sarsaparilla alone has been considered  a good blood medicine. But while  it built up and made new blood, the  impurities remained within and the  ' [   good accomplished was> only tempor-   ���  '' ary. Sarsaparilla, however, wlieii*'  used in combination with Com pound J  Salatone and Extract Dandelion, *  works wonders. This combination' f  puts the kidneys to work to filter I  and sift out the waste matter, uric ��� X  acid, and other impurities that cause f  disease. It makes new blood and t  relieves rheumatism and lame bncl< ��� I  and bladder troubles. i  ���sfc  >H��tMM>M>HMyMM��<J  SEE  WETWEATHESWOM  HEALTHFUL  AND  PLEASANT  IF YOU WEAR  WATERPROOF  OILED CLOTHING  BLACK OR VIU.OW  Perfect Protection  JU>ngest Service  Low in Price  Sold Everywhere  Is  unexcelled, as  is  evidenced  by  its  its popularity in' all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either. Draught or Bottled.  Patroniae home industry by iu-'  sistiug on having'  'ELKBORF' BOTTLED BEER  J  TBL. isa  0OOOOOOOO0OO0OOOO0O0<KHKKH>  Shilo  Cure  Cures  *0 Isu  Shiloh  . uro  and taking up of  timber limits j  Because they inevitably force a j was stopped, hence the  order in.  as*,  QUICKLY  Oho: ihe worst c:ol<!  thesh;irpest cuii^ii  ��� iry ii on a.<;u;ir-  a n t'es of yuur  ��� nviiey b:ir!< if it  d<.c-;rj'i act ua 1! v  CURE r1,,;.::kc'i  than anything yon  ever tried. Hate to  take,���nothing in  it lo hurt even a  baby. 'M years of  success "commend  Shiloh's Cure���  25c., 50c, SI.     .in  JL*  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  -Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65. 2  ���0000000*00000000000<KK>CK>tt  House, sign aud all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  atiug promptly done.  ft  Send in your spring orders.  Box 255, Greenwood.  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MRS.-MURRAY, Giaduate in Vocal  and Instrumental Mu^ic is prepared  to receive pupils in Piano arid Voice.  LatesL Conservatory Methoda  Taught. Further particulars and  terms will fee given Ion application  to Mrs. Murray at the Pacific Hotel,  on Monday vTucsdays and Wednesdays of each week. /���  Ladies' Calling Cards.Hol-  land   Linen, can  be  had at  PM^RIETOR  /.i  0<>0<>0<>C>0<><^<>0<>000<><><>p<3<X>00<>0  ���/  Is under the management of  Greig ahc*  Morrison.    The rooms   are comfortably]  furnis led, and the bar contains the best  t -andii, of- vyines,   liquors and  cigars' i|  the city.   ��� ���   " .  Copper St,  Greenwood  The Times-OfficeV 50c a box: |0^000^00<K>0<*j^^  AUMUl ��*i.V"tf  '^T  w^j^re  v v.rV"  r    >  ��'  LV  ;*  A* 4.  "M  , \^  it  THE   B0HNBAHY   CRESK  Provincial Items  East Kootenay mines shipped  1143 tons'of ore last week.   -  - It is* now a criminal offense to  play slot machines in Cranbrook.  Cause.���City election is oh.  Over 38,500,000 feet 'of lumber  is the cut ot the Fernie sawmills  during- the summer of 1907.    *  Poor Richard Junior of the  Saturday livening Post is authority for the assertion, that a '���man  never.-kisses a girr once." Do.  you believe it ?  Vancouver Masons will erect a  $70,000 Masonic temple. It will  not be as tall as the Chicago  temple. ~  Last Friday Victoria was  visited by a $60,000 fire, the exhibition buildings being totally  destroyed.  The first tobacco smoked in  England was blown about in Pied  Bull Inn. CIo wonder a printorial  palace is a natural home for the  weed.  emigration agent in Great Britain  with the object of placing the attractions and advantages uf the  Okanagan district before thei  British people.  A company has been organized  in Vancouver to make gas out of  sawdust. About 30 years ago  that village was known as  Gast&wn.    '  Joaquin Miller says  that  kane has the most beautiful  un ecu tu.    xun puet oi tue Sierras  bad better keep away from  Spokane or he'll meet a Hobson fate.  J. "R. Brown of Summerland  has beea appointed by theDomin-  ion government to act as a special  J. H. Stoddart, the original  protrayer of Lachlan Campbell  in the Bonnie Brier Bush and one  of tke best known- men on the  stage, died at Sewaren, N, J.,  recently.; He was 80 years of age.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  �����*  -v5  |.---si:A-'Vt    ���  \.7  MXNB. ���.',..���.  Granby Mines."..   Snowshoe....................  Mother: Lode .v.  Brooklyn-Stemwinder  Sawhide ...........;....;...  Idaho, Phoenix   ........:.  Sunset,' ...'.......  Mountain Rose   Athelst-m-Jackpot   Morrison.. ; .......;  B. C. Mine.;..........   R. PeU...-.v.���.,..i....V..-��  Em-ma  .'........���......'..;  Oro*Denoro ...  Senator ��.";.......;........;....  Sulphur King...........��.  BreyFogle...... :.....  No.37 .'...'. ���������������  ��� Reliance  ....;'.. ���������������������  Winn ipefj............... ."....  Golden Crown      King   Solomon...:.,.....  , Big Copper. ���.,.............  .-No.7 MineJ.,.........-i...-  ���Cityof Paris... .;.  ' Jewel..,...!...!.........   Carmi.............. '.   Sally .........  Riverside ,~.....r.....   Providence   Elkhorn   Skylark.;.....,.... ....  - Helen. ���  Bonnie Bell   Crescent   Don Pedro   Mavis   Strathmore   Rambler   Preston   Prince Henry)   Last Chance   EP.TJ..Mine....:..,. ,  Bay!......... :.  Ruby........   Republic;   Miscellaneous   Total tons   ................  CAMP   Phoenix  .......Phoenix  .    Deadwood    Phoenix  ,���,.. Phoenix'  ...... Phoecix  ... Deadwpod  ...;....Sumant  . Wellington.   Deadwood  .......;Sum.mit  .../...i&ummit  ......  Summit  ...... Summit  ........Summit   Summit   .Summit  ....... Summit  ....... Summit  ...Wellington  .. Wellington  ...W.   Copper   W. Copper  ^........Cfrttral  .........White's  ...Lwog Lak��  ....West Fork  ,.   West Fork  ....Vest-Fork  ....Providenec  ....Proyidence  ,���.... ..Skylark'  ,......(^Skylark  1900  64,553  297  5,340  1,200  19,494  1901  1902  1903  1904  231.762 309,858 393,718 548,703 v  1,731 20,800 71,212   ...  99,034 141,326 138,079 174,208,  ....   ...   25,950  3,070  ���    '.  802. 7.455 15,731  3,250  ' ... ...    ...   ,1.759  ' 550 ... 5,646  4.586'  ��� :���...; '. 150 3.339  ...  ; 47,405 14,811 19,365 . . ���..  ...  : 560  ���...;:, ....  650' 8.530 22,937 37.960*  ....  '; 15,537 16,400  ...;.  . ... '    363 3,450  ..." '."V "... '- ' ..." 222  ... : ... ' ... 364  '',.   '���' ...- ��� ' ....      33  1905  653.889  174,567  55,731  25,108  3,056  4,747  1906  801,404'  8,426  104,120  140 685  . 26 032'  2.960  48,390  4,555  1,345  1076  2.250  160  .1,040  875  /  665  2,000  350  890  785    '2,435  -625    ..-.   '  482  9,485      12.881  3.007        6,404  1,833  33  150  1907  629,381  136,139  210,175  44,004  63,219  15,092  ������ 29.949  4.192  ,649  4,370  11,287  11,997  WEEK  219  79  .993" T726  400     325  ' 52   ...Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   ���....Skylark  .Boundary Falls  Boundary Falls  ISO  80  3,230     3,456  325  167  500  50  300  60  750  30  145  770  150v  .535  80  20  90  40  20  .20  6S9  255  ' 73.  20  500  586  30  86  1,140  <150  589  45  140  76  20  15  55  60  700  20  212  .20  171  30  20  ........;................. , ... 97,600 390,500 5Q6.816 690,422 829,708  Smelter Treatment _  Granby Co. .Grand Forks 62,387 230,828 312,340 401,921 596,252  B.C. Copper Co...................Greenwood ... 117,611 148,600 162,913 210,484  Dom. Copper Co..........Boundary Falls ...          ... ..." 132,570^30,930  934,708 1,164,034 1^58,561  687,988 838,847 622,013  210,830 121,031 344,749  84,059 218,811 156,900-  T��tal tons reduced...  ....... 62,387 348,439 460,940 697,404 837,666   ,982,877 1,178,689 1,122,690  ^<JMJHJ>  For Business Men :  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,.  Shipping Tags,    "  For Rent Cards,  - .   " For Sale cards,  Blotters,  Etc.  M  Society Printing:  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.   _  Dance Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private calling cards,  Lodge Printing,    .  church Printing,  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you.  with billheads'no matter what system you are using.  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents, ���'.-'..*  ^Notices of Meetings, .,  Special Receipt Form9,  ime cards,  Mining Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  %  Colored Poster Printing:  ' We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster  , printing in Southern  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  -������������"' *  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  The Simon Fraser celebration  to be held on tbe'centennial anniversary of the discovery and exploration of tbe Fraser river, in  New Westminster next summer,  is assuming 'lefinite form'. It is  proposed to erect a monument to  the memory of the discoverer.  The farmers, back iin Essex,  Ontario, are , learning how 1o  grpw tobacco. With 1250 pounds  to the acre, Essex now holds tbe  record for the world, its nearest  rival being old- Kentucky with  870 pQunds. One farmer plucked  6143 pounds of the fragrant leaf  from two and one-half acres.   ���  [very  e Treat  "I   want  will."  to  go back-  After   11   years.  in  Yukon an old prospector struck  Vancouuer last week. Two days  later he was packicg his traps for  the northland again, saying that  Dawson was peaceful and virtuous  compared with Vancouver. There  is good -gold up there yet and  some for the prospector, .  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  \  I  %9  1     '-^1  M-minni*!" v  Charles Frederick Powell, a  native of Plymouth, vEngland,  died at Melrose, Mass-t^ast Friday. Powell was a hermit and  lived for the past 26 years in a  cave. He attended Oxford university and was a school chum of  King Edward, then the Prince of  Wales. He preferred living in a  hole in the ground in the States  to a palace across the frog  pond.  OUR GUAiANTKB:  NO frAYUNXJSSS CCTftKD  Wtaa Y��a lta��4 �� 3**-  ciaJao�� C��*jksU Qaeef  Wid* EsperiftBca.  W�� an Jw* mi iQMilrtir  tjath jaag m af*A~aaalm ia am'  Doriu dwaa fana ef da** aval  ����lnfrrf��� <* *Jiiiiirt>wlai  <xriahtmStaa��ar-^tk��Saaaaaiaaam axa  onai,    it -am ataapa yaw m (at ttamu  1 aaaScaSoe to  tmaam ���cirin-  W. T. Shatford of Penticton,  manager of the Southern Okanagan Land Co., says he is very  much pleased with the progress  made by'his company this season,  the' open winter . having enabled  them to keep on ploughing and  preparing the land for tree planting up to date. About 400 acres  of fruit lots, which were sold by  the company, have been ploughed  arid all preparations made for  plantjng 40,000 fruit trees.  Hatooaamtaa wwywm a Oblonc  euro ter TmHimiIi, Hyfeoscte, Dratb-  ral Qt&Sra&iajiM, Howl ajx4 Skin Dtt-  eos��s. Pimtatte TrwUMf. ItlM, Rs-  tul��, Uoa of Vital Powwr, Kltoajr,  BUditop auad IpodaU DKmsm. W��  espwdtiDr eflbr m httInh to Quote  who are vJBteUd vtth ��-eftkn*H m ���  rscan at limit ow�� MBaa ar nwin,  ���> oai�� mrtnodB ar* w�� t�� tot*. ��ad  are ��ad��raa4 fcy tlk> U��h��Kt Bt*dle*J  authorttJffli at Bur��s�� mA Aiporlea,  Hence our sn��s��tsit> tit* treatment *f  ���en'* DUomx. larp���bt, ��tr cp��-  ���taity te OmltU ta the Oaaaaao at HEM  aaAHMMIaatr.  '. ytaa  alironlo,!  U  ri a iavi /v 1  ^m  "-lltl/.V%MC3-*rx  BRITIS!  $��-$m  :1iV&>  *'^V. :t'S  0IST1LLEBY  New Westminister. B. C.  LAND NOTICES  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Land District  of Yale.  District  consm.iA.-noM  If fan caaao* caB, icril* Im Si  ataoay ow can W> aval at I  t Stank.  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  1*8 Martiiii SU Car. M Aaa.  ��EATTLE, WASS.  TAKK  NOTICE tliat I SnciKcr Hciiermaii.  Midway,-fJ.C. occiiim'io"'Mi"e''.'nte,,dR  to apply for |>ermission to purchase the follutr-  Inir described land:        .  Ciinimeiiciriii at a p.iiit planted ��l the Xortli  West ciirtier of T. ot No 7S��s. tliencn north 40 i  chains; thence east 80 chains; thence sou<h *0  chains; thence west SO chains to point nf commencement, and containing 320 acres more or  less.  Da'ted the Kth dav of December. 1>W7.  SPENCER BENERMAN.  Per H. STRAUS'S, Afrent. .  ^<K>>j<><>0<>0<>oioOCK' 'v,vp��<MM><>ao  IR'-'A IL W A Yi  CHRISTMAS EXCURSION  KATES.  yyit'7$$  '777t7^  T. J% Smith, president of the  Diamond Vale .Coal company of  Nicola, reports his company as  shipping coal from a new five-foot  blanket vein recently tapped at a  depth of 70 feet. The coal is the  finest in the valley, commands a  high price at the dump, and is  there in sufficient quantities to  keep them mining "for a hundred  years, by which time the stockholders figure they won't be needing any more coal.  DOCTOR WANTED  TO AMPUTATE  WOMAN'S TOE SAVED BY ZAM-BUK  But for the timely arrival of a box'of,  Zam-buk, Mrs. E. F. Foager, 34 Myrtle  street, St. Thomas, Ont., would have  lost her toe. She says: "I am most  thankful I discovered the existence of  Zam-Buk. For about nine months I  suffered cfruelly from the effects of  having- a corn removed from my little  toe, for with its removal a hole remained and my toe was in a terrible  fit.ate. For months I .was unable to  wear ft shoe and as the toe showed no  signs of healing and was in such a  shocking condition 1he doctor thought  it necessary to amputate it. About  thi3 time   I received   a  sample box of1  AT THE CHURCHES  ' Angucan���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Loech-Porter,' B. D., pastor. Services  at 8.30 a.m., 11 a.m. Sunday school,  12   p.m.     All seats free.  Zam-Buk and began using it on my  toe. .The first application gave me the  greatest ease from pain and encouraged  me to "give Zam-Buk.a thorough trial.  Two months after commencing wtth  Zam-Buk there was no sign of a hole  for the flesh had grown in very firmly  and all soreness and pain were entirely  banished. ' Zam-Buk brought about  this healing, when all other remedies  failed^ We find Zam Buk so valuable  that we would not be without a box in  the house." ���  Zam-Buk heals cuts, bruises, old  wounds, running sores, eczema, ulcers,  boils, eruptions, scalp sores, itch, piles,  chappjd hands, burns, scalds, and �� all  skin diseases. Fifty cents a box, all  druggists and stores, or Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto.    Three boxes $1,25.  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Land District.    District  of Yale-  TAKE NOTICE that T Frederick Tiaxid  Lonsr, of Parle Rapids. Minn., occupation,  bookkeeper, intend to apply for permisalon to  purchase the follow'uifr described land:  Commencing nt a.post plan'cd at ��lie South  East corner of Purchase Record No. 264s,tho.nce  north 80 cl/ains: thence east SI chains; thence  south 80 chains;; thence west fin chains to point  of commencement, and containInjr'040 acres,  more or less,     -���  FREDERICK DAVID LONG.  PervnENRY STKAUSS. Affent.  Dated the :5th d*v of November, 1907.  LAND NOTICE  Osoyoos Land District, District of Yale  mAKE NOTICE that we A. J. Hughes and  ���*- Sam McOrmond, of Eholt. B.C., occupation Carpenter and Store Keeper, intend to ap  ply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���  Commencing at. a post planted 40 chains in a  southerly direction from a C P.R. Surrey Part  marked N.E. Corner. Lot 2701, thence south 40  chains, thence west SO chains, thence north 40  chains, thence east 80 chains to place of com  mencement, 320 acres more or less.  A.J.HUr.HES.  SAM McORMOND.  Dated October Kth, 1907.  Similkameen Land District,  of Yale  District  r-r^/  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land Wsttict   District  of.Yale. ���   s.  AKE NOTICE that The '-Yale-Ci lonibln  Lumber Company, Limited, of Nelson.  Province of British Columbia, bv occupation  Lumber ^lerciianls.intenrir. to applv for a special timber licence nvor.the fo'.lowinir described  lands: Coniuiencinc at a pnst planteii about  40 chains distant, and in au easterly direction  from N.W. corner of I.ot f,X Gcorjre Fruild-s  Pie-En;ption': ihem'-e east '�����>*-euains; thence  north 80iChlitis; theme west ,Xu chains : jlience  soutUSO ch��lns to po'vit of commencement,  and containinc; <>40 acres, moro or less ' *  Thc Yale-Columbia Cumber Company,Limited  By.J. H. Leasia. Apeut.  Dated October 20th. TJ07.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That the Yale-Colmiibia  Lumber ("ompany. I.til.Nclsoii,Province of  British Colombia, by occupation Lumber ^"er-  cliauts. intends to applv for a special tiinb^''  licence over the following der-ciibi'd 1 ui.ls:  Cnniniencingr at a poRt planted about 12 chairs  distant and in a Westerly direction from W-ep  Cn-ek. ami one and a half miles East of ilie  West Fork of the Main Kettle River; tltctic*'  north 100 chains; tliencc cist to chains : it.ence  south lOOchains; tlieuce west *>.-h:iins to p-ioi  of commencement, and contlininir ��40 acres,  more or less.  Tlie Yale-t. olumbia Lumbir Conipanv,Limited  Ity J. II. Leasia, Acent.  Dated Norumbcr 2nd, 1907  f-p/  AKE NOTICE tliat tit,. Yale Columbia  Lumber Cor: p.uiy, Limiied, i>f Nelson,  It.C, lumber mannfacturers. intend to apply  for special tivnber licences over the following  described lauds, all siuiato in the Similkameen  Division of ^ ale District. Uritish Columbia : ���  1. Comniencinir at a post planted at, thc  Korth East corner of Oornian West's Lot No.  :.S47 on the West Fork of the MaiaKuttle River,  thence north SO chains; thence cast 80 chains;  thence south 80 chains; tbeuce west ..SO chains  to point of commencement, and containing 040  acres more or less.  Dated Novembei 20iu, 1907.  ���Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a,m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M.-D. McKee, Pastor.    MbThodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct seivices as usual a't  Methodist Church morn ing and evenin g  Sunday School at 2.30.  2. Comineucinjr at a post planted at the North  West corner of The Yale Columbia Liimber  Company's location No. 1. on the West Fork, of  the Slain Kettle River, thence north 80 chains;  tbence east. TO chains; thence south 80 chains;  thence west SOcbains to point of commence  ment, containing 040 acres moreorless.  Dated November 2Jth, 1907.  Similkameen  Land Distr'ct  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that Wil:i.t"i Edward Mr.  Art'iurol Crt'cmvo'od. lirit'sh Columb'::'.  by occupation Lumberman, intends 'o ; ppl.v  for a special timber licence ��ver tIt- following  described landst Comnit'iicin.r at :i nrt~t pla-.iud  at aOout live chain.-: distant io .ti e:is>*rlv  direction from the uorihwcst corner of A-  I'islier's pre-emption. Lot Id'.".; tlo'ice >:as'  about -Vi chains; thence south 4tl chaintt ,tv Ci  Eustace's iioitlnvcst ciru-r: thenc.: e t~t .1^  chtiins: thence nor.h 40 cliains lo Loiitier'v  sxsitliwvst corner; thence north 4' iliaitis;  them ee.ist 10 clia us; .thence uor'h JO cli litis:  tbi-uce west .u.o chains; thence s..ulli w> ciiains  tn the place of beirinuintf a ,d coniauin-j nlu  teres, more or less.  Located the 17th darof December, 1907.  Wlt.ilAM   F.divsko McAhtiivk.  Dated 27th December. 1907. |u?-'.i  87��75  Montreal, Toronto   mdall joints"\  west  thereof in Ontario and  Quebec.    Quebec, St. John  Halifax and otlier  Maritime   Province  Cities*,  ( rates on application.?  Tickets on sale daily   Deceniber  1st   to  December 3lst. roritid-  trip   first   class.     Three  months limit. .  Old Country Rates, Halifax,   St.-  John or Portland and return  $98.75  Return Ocean Fares : Saloon^  $104-50 ; Second, $76 ; . Steerage.  $55, and up according'to steamer.  For further  particulars call on  Local1 Agents, or address  J. MO,E, E. J. COYLE5,  D.P.A. Nelson".   A.G.P.A.Vaacouytr  E.   R.   Kf13DF��ATH,   AGENT  GREENWOOl),  <HXK>0OOO0O0OO0<KKMX>0000O0O  i'i'.w.  ^���7W  -y.l'M  :m  y-ym  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Rcgu  lations.  A NY available Dominion Lands v.ithin the ,  ���"���Railway Belt in British Columbia, may. be -.  homc-:teaded  by any person who is tpe aioie���"[  head ol a family, or any male over i8 years of  ape, t^   ;he extent of one-quarter section  of 160  acr. s :::ore or lc��s.  Fni-v must be made personally at tlie*local '���.  la:ul effice for the district in which the land aa';'-  shii e. Entry by proxy may, ban-eVer, be  r;-.rt eon certain conditions by the father, ;  m .her, 6��ii,.dau({liter, brother or slater of ar;  in.ending- homesteader.  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one of:  the'following plans:  (l)Atleast six mouths' rcsidanca npou and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, If tbe father is-  decvaseil), of the homesteader resides upon a  .'arm in the vicinity of the land entered for.the  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing- with the father or  mother. ,  [3J If lite settler has his permanent re��!denec  npou farming land owned by hlnrin th: cicin-  lty >fhis homestead, tbe requirements a* to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months' no!ire in ariliiiff should bcjriveit  o the Commissioner   of   Dominion Lands   at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coai..���Coal milling ritfhts may b�� leased fo  a period of twenty-one years at an annual,  rental of $1 per acre. Not more than i.i I)  acres shall be leased to one individual or  company. A royalty at the ra\e of live cent  per ton shall be collected on. the iixrchanl.'tble  coal mined,  W. W. Ct.i.Y.  'Deputy of the Minister of the .Interior...  N..H.���Unauthorized  publication of thi-i1 ad-.  rertiscmeut will not be paid for.   :'   '  '.  :<*'&3S  mm  Form of Notice.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  .Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. ns.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rrv��� J. A. Bbdard, ��). M  pastor.  3. Commencing at apost planted at the North'  West corner of The Yale Columbia Lumber  Company:* location No. 2, on the We:t Fork of  the Main Kettle River, tbence north IM chains:  thence east 40 chains: thence south IM) chains;  thence west AO chains to point of commencement, containing C4<) acres, more or less.  Dated November 20th, l'J07.  I.  4. Commencing-at apost planted at the North  East corner of The Yale Columbia Lumber  Company's location No. 2. on theWest Fork r.r  theTiIain Keltic Rtvcr, tbeuce west40chains:  thence north 160cli.'iius;ihcnce can 40 chains:  thence south ICO chains to point of commencement, containing <j40 acres more or less,  Datcd^oveuiber 20th. l'W7.  Thu Yali:-Coi,vsiM4 Lumiiek Company,  Limited.  J- Jtl. LEASIA, Arcnt.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  K.-l-  bv  AKE JIOTlCRtha' C. r. I'hod.-s. <  son. Province of Uritish Coiimib-a.  occupation Accountant, intends to ai-ply f'.ir  permission to purchase the follou-in^ dey,.'ribed  land: ���  Commencing at a jjost planted at thc A'ortli  Ea.-t corner of Gorman West's Lot N->. Z&*~, -in  the West Korl< oi the Main Kettle Kiwr, tiuvicc  south 40 chains: th.-nci; Bast 40 chains; I'mtnce  north 4t> chains : tlie-.Ko west 4o cliainn to ;M.ini  of commeuceint;iit, and cout.,ininir Ko .-cres  more ux b:.ss.  Di.ted November JOth, l'W7.  C. C. K HODIiS.  i'ct Josei'U U. Lkasia, AfK-i  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Vale   '���"���;  '-pAKE NOTICK that Joseph H,  Leasia ..f  JL     the District'of Yale. Province of Brui.vh-  Colinnbia.b.v occupation timber cruiser, mteiw-i  toapply forpermission to purcliasethe',oll6#''ut'4'-.'  described land:   CoumenciiiK-atapost -mark? t  J. H. Letsirfs S.K. Comer V.i-x situated^at  the  Xorth iCast cor.-iuroE J.li, Teeney's appriciitio.'t  Lotf>22: thence north 2.)   ciiaia?: thiiiicrf west  30 chains; tueiice south L0 chains: tliencce.i-'t'  20 chains, to piaccof conbiieiicenieitl,  aod.coii-  tainiiitr 40 acres, more or less. '  Joseph If. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd, YW>.  K��*.  Similkaaisen land District.   District  0;' Yale';,':;.  TAKE NOTICE that The TalvC.D.-"bia  Cumber Company .Llmited.of jJJelsein.ProY-  inco of KritisU Columbia, by occnpatloa Lumber Merchants, intends to npolvfor :i 'J.p?c=,tt.  l'.cem-e over the following described lands:  .Coiuniencinir at a ]^>st plantfc! at tho North  K,T-t c��ruer of tin- said Cojnpatty's Lituit.b^itju-  Lnt^sSmi the Main l-tettle Kiv^r aforesaid;  theucj^ Hi'.'-t HO cviains: the:ic^ ��;outh 3-V ciiaitf.si  thence West .i-1 chains; thence uortii !.y cbaiu's',  cont:ii:iinLr OWacies. more or le?��. . y.���  The Yale-Co!uml>ia LnnibcrContpany. LiJUitSi ,  Ily J. H. Leasia. Agent --IT  Dated October 23th, I9t��7, .:"��  ���.'/*;���  f j, %  Vi  r7j  -5*'"  A"��  \  ;-\\��  ^s fjf,     A  - V.?j<  i'Ssv,'  ' rvy  ar.H& BtigtitiBARY, CRBBK   TIMES  <i "i'i  #  x -"  -   J  ���%.-<3  ^ ..  ��<,   r  4*.*.  sro*4V'  -U<. '  aT+i  c  -ft  V�� t-  ?'���- '.->X-;'.  ^W7:  fe5-  t��;:'  -t - . '. '^i.'yv-    ,  Happy New YjjpLr  ���       ���*-���i- .| - ....     _,    - ,.,. I..-.������...������  ���'";��������  i 1 fa  To Our Customers  SqnUrsr�� DmMmg fig  Omit M��tttoo  We desire to  thank you one  and   all   for   your  patronage  UMilu^     *. S \J I a,     U11U    JJV/L/V.       lr\/    1JU\  ^  a continuance of same    :    :    :  2�� 2C  ti During   1908   our   Goods   in   all  if.  departments  will  be  found: Right  at Right Prices, ���  ji    TO WN'JQ<P1CS   i.  \ ��?'<  Dr. Mathison, dentisi, opposite  the postoffice, wjtil be absent from  Greenwood for some months after  the end of Decetebj&r.  This is leap year. Girls, don't  all speak at/OHce.  Ideal weather for picking the  Boundary orange crop.  Get your Triak Balance Books,.  Gem Calendar Pads Diaries and  Blank Books at McRae Bros.  On Thursday evening, January  9th,   Phoenix    and   "Greenwood  lodges of Rebekatis will hold a  ���joint installation at Phoenix.    '  A special Isew Year's sermW  will be preached in the Methodist  church on Sunday evening next?  by the pastor. The hour for  Sunday school has been changed  from 2:30 to 3 o'clock.  The New Year was ushered, in  by bells ringing,, melodious voices  singing, hands playing, fire  crackers exploding, and a gang  of "swear off" men drinking  McCreath's iron brew.  ���*m4  *   JL1 rt l -    _��� -  Jn$rely Pergonal  i HARDWARE  COMPANY,   LTD  CLOTHING GROCERIES  Always Ask for  ft  If (IP \  London m  n  Ii  Qrecmvood CiauoiVgo.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD     . i  FOR SALE:  Articles of Household Fur-*  niture, Cook Stove, Queen  Heater, also Portable Bath*  and Lady's and Gent's Bicycles. Apply at the residence  of 1,, B. Hodge, Gold Street  (near Iyadysmith Hotel).  Kfy&X^yy. -', '  3* m77::-y-  ONiS NIGHT ONLY,  Tuesday, January> 7,  Ernest Shiprnan and William  CuColvin  Present  Ian MacLaren's Beautiful Scottish Idyl,   '   -v.'  ^li*<t>IS!ME  ^{Mgiaal;'.Kirke:;;,i>aV: Shelle pro-'  '77777 sr-y-   : '.'':��� dpctipn. '7,7'-.   7.. :;������::���  Notable/Cast of! j 20  'i'.-'tfrt  ;gThe:.Pb^;:ihai|^itik^A:n  aMs^'^yi^S^-vi^w .-r\y. '������-.:'.'���.���.?.-.'  22nd, Mr. McAuley awakened. to  find his house in flames. Fire  apparently had originated somewhere* between the kitchen and  dining room and had gained such  headway that the inmates of the  hotel were in danger. Only the  cash register and a few other  small articles were rescued. They  amount only to a couple of hundred dollar's. But light insurance was carried on the building.  Mr." McAuley came here to meet  the adjuster. Widespread sympathy will l>e felt for Mr. McAuley  in his severe loss. His was the  only licensed hotel at Beaverdell  and has always been excellently  kept and conducted  The sittings of the County  Court to be. held in Greenwood  during 1908 areadvertised ior the  following days:���  Tuesday.., ���.....:. Feb. 18  .':-.' '<������        ........ ..........j..April 21  "    '���������  ��� .....^.June 23-  "       .'.'-..:'.,; ^-.Sept;   8   I  ":-.. ���.;....l................Nov. 24 ���'  $50,OQ0 DEBENTURE 'BOM  '..'      - ��� O? THE��� .-vi     .  Preyidence MtAnt'Company,: Limitedi;'-  v Bon-Personal; Liability, Situated  near^ Greenwood, B.Ci. and Inr  corporated under tbe Laws  of  British Colnmbia;   -  .E3IDS will be received by the undersigned  1���>OBtil Mondavi February 3rd, .1903, 12  o'clock noou, for the pnrchose of the -whole or:  any part of the Fifty Thousand1 ($30,000.00)  Dollars. These bonds -nlll be datedJaBBary  1st, 1908, and wUlmiitare January 1st, 1913;,  payableat the.Flret Trust and -Savinira Bank,  Cbicajro, Illinois, and secured by all of tlie pro-  fiertpr of the Company, real and personal;' bear-  n��-interest at six (6) per cent, per aeuannpay-  -ablejnly let and Jantiary Ut of each vear at  the First,Trust ;and Savings Bank, Chicago,  Illinois. .v. ��� .:';/:���-", '..  -',.:yr...-  ���The' mine has shipped over Four Hnndred  $400,000.��) Dollars worth of ore to the smelter  in the past four years. These bonds are  authorized by resolution passed at the Annual  (Stockholders' Meeting- of October 15th, 1907  The Committee teberve the rig-lit to reject any  (pr all bids.      -      . - ���    .'-.--/- r,  ' Inforreution of any character pertaining to  the property: ���r.issrie of the bonds will be fur-'  nmhed by applying'to :���',  ;���������>.���;..��. S. MAD&gN, ���.:'.;.*'. *'���'  Secretary.    ���  Ro-jm ��25, No. 201 Dearborn st.*      Chicago. IU.'  The other day a small boy \?as  sent by his mother for a sack of  shavings. Instead of going 'to  Bunting's carpenter shop, he hit  Charley Dunne's tonsorial palace.  [P.S.��� This is no joke,]  The sacrament of the Lord's  Supper will be dispensed in the  Presbyterian church on Sunday  morning next ai 11 o'clock. The  usual preparatory service is to be  held iu the church tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock.  Next Tuesday, January 7th, is  installation night at the Boundary Valley Lodge, I. O. O. F.  All members of the order are requested to remember this, and a  cordial'invitation to be present is  also extended to visitors.  This week the Pacific hotel  beds were working' doable 'shifts.  EJvery room was occupied and in  the majority the guests had to  double up.    Since Messrs. Greig  6 Mbrrison took over the Pacific  they have made it the best appointed hotel in the interior of  British Columbia.  On New Year's night ^Miss  Mattie O'Brien was presented  with a purse of $25 by members  of the Church of 'the Sacred  Heart in appreciation of heir services as organist of the church.  Miss O'Brien has performed her  duties for some time ryvith particular excellence and the -members  of the church wished to show  that her work was not unheeded.  Charles Rieuh art was consigned  to the jail at Nelson- for eight  months at hard labor on Tuesday  fqr an assault on one Deschenes.  While the evidence seemed to  show that the attack on Deschenes  was direct and made without reason, it followed on a general mix.  up with other men in which  Rienhart had received' severe and  painful wounds. The evidence  was put in on Monday of this  week and the case was argued before His Honor Judge Brown on  Tuesday, when decision was,  given. J. P. McLeod prosecutor,  J. D. Spence and. C. J. Leggatt.  appeared for the accused.   7  John Waskoski and Albert  Nanzel of Humboldt, Saskatchewan, who purchased the Castle-  man ranch at Boundary Falls  a short time ago, will commence  clearing more land and put out  fruit .trees. They also intend  going into stock raising-. Last  week Mr,, Waskoski; arrived%ith  a carload of effects, and the place  will [ be left for. the winter in  charge of John Bolts, and Barney  SH'a.ndel,;also of Huihboldt;C Mr,  Waskoski left on New Year's day  fo��thV:tf6rthwes^  in the; spring. (He" stated there  would; be a>large; "number I of  settlers ieiave'Saskatchewan next  year to take up land in.the Green-"'  wood district':- 7\-'-:'7  7 Thomas McAuley of Beaverdell, one of thepipneWs of rthe  Boundary district, came;t6-Green-  w<>od on Tuesday��� from; Danville;  Washington, where he'lias been  ^taying with members ,of hte  faniily since the disastrous fire  which completely gutted his! fine  ipt^lori the West Fork. -About  3 o'clock on. Sunday morning, the  Dr.1 Simmon*, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  F". W. McLaine-spent Sunday  in Nelson. "    >  j t  W. Q-. paunce is visiting his  family in Seattle this week.  .t Mrs. N. F. Kendall left for her  home in Nelson on Saturday.  Mrs. . Campbell of. Phoenix is  visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H.  Moore, this week.  ���F. S. Hussey, superintendent of  provincial police, of Victori?, was  in Greenwood Tuesday.  Thomas Henderson came iu  from Westbridge last night and  15 a guesi. divine Pacific.  ^ Charles Reeves and Gordon  Thompson *of Phoenix were  Greenwood visitors on Monday.  Miss Mabee of St. John, N. B.,  came tp Greenwood on New Year's  day for.a vis-it. with her sister,  Mrs. Percy Hallet't.  Mrs. P. "W. Johnston accompanied her husbdheUwho is president of ^district No. 6, W.F.M., to  Greenwood, Tuesday.  Rev. M. D. McKee and Mrs.  McKee paid a New Year's day  visit to the manse at Grand  Forks.   They returned yesterday.  . W. C. Bowles, C. P. R. general  freight agent, and J. H. Fox,  contracting freight agent, of  Nelson,  were iu  town Tuesday  on official business.  \       ���  Charles Yeandle, C. P. R.  locomotive foreman at Cranbrook,  and F. Yeandle", locomotive engineer at Eholt, were visiting  Greenwood last Sunday.  Chris Tobiason/ of Grand  Forks, a well-known mining man  of the Boundary, was a visitor in  Greenwood last Satu'rday. At  present he is developing the  Senator claim near Eholt.  .Thomas Brown, merchant, of  Phoenix, came dowjn'the hill New  YearVto shake.hands with his  many old friends who had gathered here that day���delegates to  the W. F. M. convention.  r  Amongphe delegates to district  No. 6 convention were noticed the  familiar |aces of "William Davidson, ex-M. P. P., of Sandon,  and Fralk Phillips of Nelson.  These gentlemen are 'well known  Lto everyone in the Boundary.  A E. ^Braithwaite, who has  been" with the Hunter-Kendrick  company here for the past four  years, left yesterday afternoon  for Bridesville, where he will  take temporarily the position until recently held by Billy Hassard  as manager of Thomas R. Hanson's Bridesville business. Mr.  Braithwaite has been an active  and popular member of both Oddfellows and Masons, and outside  of the "societies has a "host of  friends who will look for his early  return to Greenwood.  i 4  Dan^ Paterson of Westfyridge  was taking- a loot at busy Green-  wocr& last Saturday.  ���*> * -*  Frapk Spearing'^ went, up the  'hill- on fMonday to take a new  position in (the Hunter-Kendrick  Co's. Phoenix store.  i  James McGregor, inspector of  mtues, Nelsofa, was on a tour of  inspection of Bouudary��mines the  latter part of last week.  Edwin Hat,ton, S&m Larsdn and  A. D. MtLenuan of Rock Creek  were visiting the , meti-opolis- of  the Boundary this'week.  C. A. StoeSs, civil engineer of  Keremeos, was -��� shaking hands  with friends on New Year's day.  Mr. Stoess formerly resided herve.  Thomas R. Hanson, who conducts general merchandise stores  at Rock Creek and Bridesyilie,  was transacting business in to ,vn  Tuesday.  J. S. Kirkup, gold commissioner, and C. R. Hamilton of  Rossland, were holding court of  revision in lhe Greeuwood district  this week.  i - ��  E- H. Birnie, formerly connected with 'the Yale-Columbia  Lumber company here, but now  located at liegina, in the frozen  belt, was a visitor Monday.  W. E. Hodges,��chartered ac*  countaut of Vancouver, aud an  old-timer of itie boundary, is a  guest at the Imperial. He, will  audit the city books while here.  Ed. Rippeto has gone to Utah  to spend the winter among the  poly gam ists. Ed is a mormon  and believes in every man having  a dozen wives, providing he can  support them.  C. JE,. Shaw left with James  Dale this'morning to survey the  land taken over,by the French  colony at Carmi, an account of  which appeared' in the Times a  few weeks ago.  A. F. Thomas of the Thomas  Drug company, Nelson, formerly  of Greenwood, arrived with Mrs.  Thomas on New Year's day. Mr.  Thomas returned to Nelson 'yesterday, but Mrs. Thomas is remaining for a few weeks at the  home" of her .father, James McCreath. Sr.  ^>,^ir^V^^^��C^^WA^V'wV>^Vr   -J  The ���� fnest Tea  ONLY ONE QUALITY���THE BEST  ONLY QNE PRICE,   60c >ER    LB  PECKAjOTiF  FROM  Anderson tiros,  ,     GREENWOOD,  B.fc.  For the last twenty years this Fine Tea 'has been  imported directly from Assam, rndia. It is a  straight, pure Assam Tea, not a b]end,and coming- al-  -j ���~~~ v��>. uaiucu luc liavor is always trie same  i  CRYSTAL BLEND  COFFEE  I  We all have our notions regarding-  coffee,- and it's not easy to produce  a blend that will suit everybody.  But WE seem to have such a blend.  It's all coffee and all g-ood coffee. If  you don't like it you'll be, the first  one.    Try   it.       Pet   31b   package  4  $1.00  Remember Nomination day,  Monday week, January 13th.  Will there be a dozen there ?  I. Oppenheimer, of Montreal,  is spending the holidays with his  son, Dr. S. S. Oppenheimer. Mr.  Oppenheimer is well known in  this Province, being one of the  earliest residents and promoters  of Vancouver city, with his brother, he was engaged in wholesale business. Mrs. Oppenheimer is with him,  For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sewing Machines, Organs, E.tc. A.  L. White, The 2nd Hand Man,  Phone 16.,  .The HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., LTD  ���    ii iim ������,,.,. ���,W���MI||, Jt  :M  : 7"4  >-, fiv-  *-*i!?l  Mt  ��V<1  *  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  *  if  if  To Rent  Cottage, 4 rooms, close in.  44, 4 rooms, near hospital  ''       4 rooms, near Smelter  -Log House,4 room's " "  Cabins and Rooms in all parts-  of the City.  ^<m  *^j  0000000<XKHXK)0<)000000��0000<K>00000<>0000000<X500<>000<>0  Holmes & Kennedy's  Drawing  | Bealey Investment & Trost Co., Ltd.  if  ' OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ���   ^ ���.  2* * ��f ��fr * * * ���!��� ��f ��f ���$�� * ���$��� * ���* ��lvfr Jl* & ���!��� <$. .f 4.4. JJ> af  I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.!  a% .  - i*- C.fti-'C^  i    ��� -mi  The  following  were the winners:  .LADIES' prize.  One'< 10 lb.,Faticy  Box NEWPORT Chocolates,  Miss Louie Rowe���S32  ���;-.���- MEN'S PRIZES.  1st, Mr;lH. Hewer,  Smoker's Fet - 206  2nd, Mr.T. M. Gulley, Case Pipe and Pouch - 308  ,3rd, Mr. J. Kollmar, Case Pipe       -       -        140  /     ,"   : GIRL'S PRIZES.  1 lb. Fancy Rpx NEW.PORT Chocolates,  Edith We3t  :Ub.\y :":.::.   "     -    " "   Birdie Manross  lib.   ��"        " " "    Mary Semerad  llb.r:":     ���' '�� ���'      Kate Johnson  1 lb. ;    " -������-;���'. �� �� Mary Thompson  1 lb.   "-.���".:-;   M " ����� Cissy Hart  /.'-���V::';;'-:-';���',���:    BOY'S PRIZES.  1- Picket Knife  Jim McMillan  .J. ^.    ���(��:������. .     .   II,  - '      Willie Bryant  ;i'.-.:-; ' ".". '���':,;','"������ ,  -   'Arthur Peterson  -    Marcns Hartman  Jack Oliver  -   Frank McDonald  "i-- :,���.-"���/.'���"���"���'���-  Ward Storer  Billy Oliver  .HQi^Us AND.KENNEDY beg to'thank-their  Cus1  : toners for 1967 patronage, extend to each and all  wislies for a Happy New Year and solicit their  --*"'���      re  for' 1908 : : :      -     :  yfeca.rry.ia.ian line"of;E'nghsb and American Tobaccos, Pipes,Cigars  -'.'���    ft'r"*-t^''-a,^1,e Celebrated NEWPORT Chocolates���bpst'oa  ;���;  " V;".'V;'.-.     ;       ; -theMarket and always fresh,  Milk and'Creain always on hand,  fteslt daily.  DEALERS IN  fresh and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry.  ;�����';,  I-  SB: iT1  ni  ' Ha  Enjoy Life While You Live  You'll Be a. Long Time Dead  St\  But in order to enjoy life jou must hate  your   Home Comfortably Furnished   :   :  WE CARRY THE GOODS  And can furnish auy room from the Kitchen     \ l  f-v;1  to the. Parlor with the best on the marke*  }  COMMENCE THE NEW YcEAR' RIGHT  A.  L.  WHITE  . _ Phone 16        THE FURNiTUlRl'. MAN  i' -:.  ^ 7''. '^^^&\C-.'T^jli)&^MUii^W^

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