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 &%^JK5aaagatftt!��^  M&Aei&i:* sotrvtzx ol. ���*  i i jtsUi i.��LrKt-jjn^Tityrt ucvf-o.in.-StL*'.  n iflraf***H��W??^��  ^fev''.^"  rw  ALL THE NEWS  While it'*  NEWS  VOL. 15  The Oldest Established  Newspaper  \U  : GREENWOOD;   iB^G.,   FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911.  MliVlIlT MHIHtaahW^asfci  If  Td'dW   ia;  ���!!V  >i,  See Our Window for  SHO  We have every kind and size  both men and boys,  RusselMaw-Caulfield Compy  Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, Men's and Boy's Goods  GREENWOOD, B, G  FORSHAW SHOWS'"'  YELLOW STREAK  Crawls Out of Match With  Fritz Holland.  ^  DO YOU KNOW  We sell Edison Phonographs and  Victor Talking machines at. the  the same price as any dealer in Canada. When you send to Winnipeg  or Vancouver you pay the express,  when you buy from us the express  is already paid.  We sell on easy terms when desired.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  T. ffl. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  ^  r  ���^  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  ���  Fresh Oysters, Fish and Dressed Poultry  Beef Mutton, Veal and Pork, all choice  stock perfectly fresh. We cannot fail  to please you.   Call or Phone.  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  Bob Forshaw, the Phoenix publicist and near-boxer, whose real  name should have been Bob Four  Flasher, has performed another  one of his periodical flip-flops.  After expressing a burning desire to meet Fritz Holland in the  ring, aud signifying his willingness to pit his 227 pounds of  "white hope" bone and brawn  against the Spokane middleweight, in a Rossland arena on  February 17, Forshaw has once  more failed to make good, declaring that he cannot get into  shape by that date,  "This faint-hearted elephant is  one of the rankest quitters T ever  ran up against," disgustedly declared Holland upon receipt of  the Phoenix news. "He is forever after fights, securing a lot ol  newspaper notoriety and then  backing out. He had five week  to train, and has been working  all the time, yet he is afraid to take  a chance with 150-pound man.  He gets no more notice from me  unless he puts up a good side  bet."  Forshaw first sprang into the  limelight as Walter, Burgo's  "white hope." He then challenged Jack Johnson, Jack Lester,  Fritz Holland and sundry.fighters  retiring temporarily to the  Rossland coal mines. He then  came forth from the period of  hibernating as manager of Scotti e  Lackie, who ardently desired to  meet Holland. Then Bob cast  longing eyes at the P. N. A.  heavyweight title and gold watch  meet. His four flushing propensities would not down and he  with drew, pleading inability to  get into condition.  It is reported that Holland is  contemplating sending'/his 105-  pound lad, Bobby Campbell,  against the "white hope "���Iu-  landfHerald.  ..;.  SCHOOL REPORT  Following is ihe school report  for January.-.  DIVISION 1���J. 1,.  WATSON.  Pupils actually attending-...        20  Average daily attendance  18.57  Percentage of regularity .'  92 85  Pupils present every session���  Joy Cummins, Maud Eales, Geo.  Eales, Donald McAllister, Grace  Redpath, Sutherland Smith  DIVISION   II���D. d.AKK  CALDWELL  Pupils actually  attending .....       22  Average daily attendance  20,28  Percentage of regularity  92.18  Pupils present every session���  Hazel Eddie. John McArthur,  Daniel McKee, Josephine McKee. Ted Proctor, Arthur Rees,  Ruby Smith, Tom Taylor, Elizabeth Wilcox, Richard Euslice,  Elmer Lewis.  DIVISION   111���V.  M.   CUNNINGHAM.  Pupils actually .���itteiuling  ;       37  Average daily   attendance..  30 Vi  Percentage of regularity  31.47  -Pupils present every "session���  Helen MncK;iy Russell Eustro.  wamt  JAYNES The Grocer  Has removed to the Hyde Block, opposite P. Burns  & Co., and wishes to notify his customers to that  effect.    A continuance of your  patronage solicited.  JAYNES, gro  GROCER  am  Hockey Match  Grand Forks against Greenwood,  won by Greenwood 3 goals to 1.  This was really the hest contested  game we have had this winter. The  competitors well matched and full of  ginger. It seems hardly fair to particularity any special good play on  either side, but on Greenwoods side  the goal defence of McCarthy could  not be beaten and proved a terror to  overcome by the opponents. McDonald's, Russell, McCaugharty,  McCarthy, and Clerf were shooting  stars and to check was a hard task,  lnfact the Greenwood boys made  good in every way much to the delight  of their ftiends. The Grand Forks  boys put up a very spirited assult and  defence, but it was noticeable that our  boys were much the heavier iu build,  but the forks went at it in a plucky  manner an showed some' excellent  work. Miller, Mann boys, De-  muth, Mercher, Bolton did not funk  their duties by any means.  The Referee work of Mr. McQueen was most impartial and very  favorably commended on.  From first to last it was a fine  game and a treat to the onlookers.  Want to Reject Agreement  A   London  cable   to  the  New  York Herald says:  "Souie imperial organs, including* the Times, are hopeful that  Canada may yet reject the reciprocity agreement with the United States. They printed long  despatches from their correspondents in Dominion centres, telling  of the revolt of the manufactures  againstdealing with the United  States. Liberal newspapers this  morning point out that thevoters  of Great Britain will make a fatal  mistake if they take the prattle  of a small group of protectionists  iu Toronto, of which the Times  correspondent is a member, for  the vpie'e of the Dominion. One  correspondent, after exhaustive  inquiry, cables: All the provinces except Ontario are strongly  for reciprocity, and even there a  majority want it. His canvas  shows that the agreement will  be adopted by the biggest majority the minister obtained. The  last hope of the imperial preferential party is in the United  States senate, which, a part of  the Unionist press asserts, is controlled, by interests which will  block the Taft programme. Other Unionist newspapers are appealing to the party leaders to  formulate a policy that will prevent further encroach men-t by  the United States and keep the  advantage over the nations of  the world which Great Britain  obtains from her other colonies."  lEWSIIEMS  J. R.  Jacksbnv 'Mi*"Pl'p;, pfif  | sen ted a petition at the   Legisla-  I tivo Assembly for the Green wood  j Phoenix Tramway C\, Ltd;,   for  i leave tointroduce a1   priy-i-ic ���bHT-  . to incorpofatn's-aifl 'Comon-iVy. !:"  Jack London Talks.  Friends of Jack London, the:  author, are expressing surprise  over a communication the writer  sent to a gathering of Socialists.  and Mexican revolt sympathizers  in which he proclaimed himself  a "chicken thief and a revolutionist."   The letter rollows:  ���'We socialists, anarchists, hoboes, chicken thieves, outlaws  and undesirable citizens of the j , It is coufidPntially'r.Ton��>d ' in*  United States are with you, heart rj.. S. official circles that the war-  andsoulin your effort to over- ship Maiac wassuak from -lu .HX.  throw slavery and autocratic gov-11 plosioa from within the shipi ^  erument in Mexico.  "You will notice that we are  not respectable, neither are you.  No revolutionist can possibly be  respectable in the days of, the  reign of poverty. All the names  you are being called we have beeij;  called. And when graft $tjji  greed get up and begin to call  names, honest men, brave, men,  patriotic men and martyrs can expect nothin else than to bo called  chicken thieves and outlaws. So  be it.  "Rut I, for one, wish there  were more chicken thieves aud  outlaws of the sort that formed the  gallant band that took Mexicali;  of the sort that is heroically enduring the prison holes ot Diaz;  of the sort that is fighting and  dying and sacrificing in; Mexico  today.  "I subscribe myself a chicken  thief and revolutio/nist.  (Signed) "Jack London."  ,,*^h:H��-  23  in. i,i ���  Announce'riie'rft*  Mr. H. WT" Conway will assume  the editonaUhul news department of  the BoundarS^'Crcek   'limes   in  the  frm rfeWwW;$ti\Wattend  to the business and   financial  end  of  tfl&SHMisOtt*. T2A3  t'aadeberg, where General Cronje  defended himself for'riirie days in  ���I ���''   :'"> .   ������' "'���i-.'i:ii'/ lii.vii.o -.] "    . ,  �� position that  was  impregnable  mj;   r:..:i:'.'.   iji:-n\   ->:iji i>h ������,-,    ,  to assault, out greatly exposed to  n>..!/,,  -le  A.h-.L.!J?\   i>:v'"!*l ���������':       ,  artillery fire   from   the surround-  .'���* f-.'l, i .'";','������'      I      .tIJ-!iV--'.\.  ,. ���  ii'.g heights,  stiff*  A f tier  'a'::U    '     ^'''.''L''11'1"1"11   '''ri  degree that his men  would  ering  loss  to such a  not  r-  the  The  not on the outside  as. gene rally.*," ,   .  ,.      ���    .. , ,,.,.   ,,M. ,t,  believed. -���",. j*5'*?"1^  a:iy. lou*pr'<   Crofnj��  su  " ; rendered' on" February" 27'ih   '"  At Linwood,   Kansas   Mon;)^,^-,^^-^;^^^*:  three yeggmen-helrfba^^fo^d'i'g^^i, f;)rC(;s lia(f dra^riln ',Wr  of cit^ns whila .a, fourth b1^j^fc���'; ni^r, ��� nnf����� tf&v-. ,11)IU.  opett and CobJed tr^safe^of-�� feaaio'nt Lad l&fce'pt %,. At  local bank;, securing Jfeijte. ^y,,,^ fn Yh^inornLW, ti..<  inglheir'^c^?. . j C;i na(,i;illSi ��� ,,ad^,y^bf {���<,' <;()r.  ,.  ,    ' , . ! donk and Shrdpshires,-rushrd  tlio  Kubber trees found   in   Mejcico : .     i- .-.   ,,;. '.i.-, ,  ; cucuiy s trenches arid tine'e hours  by a party of geologists of Mich>j,     -'���,.    ������   -.;..;.-,. . .....ai   -   ,    .  '      . ! later   lh<-   IJoerS  laid down   their  igan, which produces sap of are- ������������.:    <*,.;. --.r. :.< ;.> ,��� ,  anus unconditionally.     Lhcpns-  markable good qualily." though  not as good as the Peru rubber  owing to its* excess of. resin the  find is a most valuable one..      . *  Cost of Trousseau  Fifty thousand dollars was  spent for the trousseau of Miss  Helen Vivien Gould, who tomorrow becomes Decies. Expert figures from the Child Welfare Society say this amriuut would save  the lives of 500 poor east side  children, or would prevent 1500  coolies in the Chinese famine districts from starvation, or would  by 1,000,000 loaves of bread or 1,-  000,000 schooners of beer.  Judgement has been given,  against the Province of Alberta  in the suit with, the C. P. R. to  tax their lands. The province  will now have no right to tax, C.  P. R. lands until 20 years after  the patents have been issued by  the Dominion Government.  A gold brick valued at $10,000  has been brought iato Nelson  from the Athabasca mine. The  result of less thaa one months  run, the ore being from the new  strike.  The Curling Bonspiel opened  at Nelson on Tuesday with 16  rinks to compete.  The V. V. & E. Railway will  start line construction over .the  Hope mountains in the spring.  Greenwood Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD  OFFICE:    L    L.  MATTHEWS'  CIGAR  STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  H. M. LAING, Pro.  Subscribe to your town paper���the  Boundary' Creek Times and keep  posted on all that is happening���only  $2.00 a year in advance; $1.00 for  six months.  If you are jl subscriber of the  Times and not paid up, $2.00 from  you would be very acceptable.  Make use of the want ad. column.  It will do the work for you at less cost  and be more effectual.  King Edward Memorial  On thc historic Plains of Abraham a statute is to be erected tn  the memory of King Edward the  Peacemaker. Hon. Mr. Tnscher-  eau, minister of public work?,  has given notice of a motion of  the intentions of the government  in that respect. It declares that  on Wednesday next a bill will be  presented relative to the erection  of a moument to the late King,  After the adjournment of the  house, Mr. Taschereau said the  government would erect at its own  expense a monument which will  be worthy of King Edward. It  will be presented to the battlefield commission. As soon as the  required legislation has been secured designs will be called for  from prominent sculptors. It is  generally admitted that no finer  or more appropriate site in the  world could be found than on tbe  Plains of Abraham for a statute  of one who stood'eminently for  peace to all the subjects of the  empire.  Subscribe for The Times.  Quarrel in Royal Family.  England is stirred as rarely before by the announcement that  the Dowager Queen, widow of  King Edward, will not attend  the coronation of her son, King  George. This is the latest move  in the battle for social supremacy  being waged by Queen Mary and  Queen Alexandra. Court leaders  during the reign of Edward are  supporting the Dowager Queen,  and from indications distinct social sets may grow out of the bitter quarrel in the royal family.  Almost after the death of King  Edward rumors of friction between the two (juceus became  current. Although these reports'  did not get into print iu Uritish  newspapers, they were commonly  known and formed thc chief topic  of gossip in clubs and ;it aristocratic gatherings.  The Dowager Queen occupied  Buckingham palace long after  the time when, according to custom, she should have left there.  Tbis and other acts have sorely  tried the patience of King George  and his roval consort until an  open rupture has resulted.  It is rumored there will be two  social courts in England and that  Queen Alexandra aspires to outshine the wife of the reigning  monarch.  All the villages in the vicinity  of Mount Tael, near Manilla,  have been obliterated and many  of the dead found embedded in  the ashes of the active volcano.  For Sale at a Bargain���One  Solid Oak Show Case, also  On-8 Solid Oak Hall Rack  with Mirror. The Hunter  Kendriek Co., Ltd.  oners numbered 4000. 'Cri'��nj-.> wns.  instrumental in frustnViiug '.lit-  Jameson raid at K ugersdorp iu  18%. He was a'' member of the  executive council'of'"the Tratis-  vaal'Republic'and "Chief Native.  Commissioner." HV was horn in  1835.'/     :'   :V";'--V- ��������"������ ���'���  Argo Tynnel.,:,:  The--company'Who has prosecuted -the work of'the; Argo tunnel since its inception- from their  individual fund**,, now. vfiud that  they are in- need of 'fittancial assistance, and appeal tor.local capital for aid. : The; Argo Tunnel i  company owns and; has under  bond' eight claims which they  require surveyed and assays made  in order that' a correct report mav  be obtained-' as to; the -j value of  the ore. i;;The latest-strikes show  ore of-a high grade which can  be seen at several places in town.  For the - present .st jefct is-selling  at 25c a shire, bnt the-price quoted will hi.'.' withdrawnarwhen a  sufficient number:-of : sh-ires are  disposal oi' to farm.-, a -working  capital.  ���������.������..'./���.   ':.-.:���!���! s.,ii  Anyone seeking Aa-riirv��stinent  that   h;is     every,   iiidioatio.i     <if  bringing liaudsorue returns, will  do well to  investigate   the   Argo  property.  A frightful explosion of dynamite happed in New York, while  being conveyed from a steamer to  a barge at Jersey  City,   several ,,    _    _ .    ���   ^  i -,i a    a      .a ^ p- K-s Future.  persons were killed and great des  truction of property. Edw aid   Was-^aimann  of New  York has some more to say about  the O. P. R.  " J'he   courst- nf   the  Canadian  Pacific justified my prediction.    I  aunot   affirm   loo   positively my  yot   tne   South   Africa*Jfc*i "t:"1'1   ,l,is   s1"(k   nu,st   enhance  public in the, recent'wit.    After j����fm.il ro:,olu'!i ���'Proximately its  several reverses the British gov-  * ' >}'''"���*''���'' '** '"''�����'  ''aaaWD'-y"      L  crnnjeht sent ?||it Field Marsh.-il  Lord Roberts and  General   L**i  Kitchener,    with    thousands   ... ,  ' under grain by the Canadian P.i-  troops._    All   their arrangements  tjlie will inerease  in  worth fully  were completed by the early D-'irt'$i,i)(oo0,0()0.  of February/1900. General (iron- ; "My prediction of 300 will n.��>.  je and his Boer torces wen.* !>/ onlv be realized but the future  skilful generalship brougit to very much under-estimated its iu-  bay on   the   Modder     river,   near   trir.sic equity."  Famous Boer General Dead  General Piet Cronje. tnj noted  Boer   leader  is   dead.      Geneml  Cronje commanded  the   we^tesra^^1  army of the   South   Africaii,fc:ti^,r'  real  ihit  "With  i'ii acted  S"ates   nml   O.urida,  lhe   reciprocity   treaty  between     the     U niled  lands    held  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAU - $10,000,000  REST, - $7,000,000  TO LET���Furnished house, centrally  located, moderate rent. Enquire of A.  L. White.  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the tra-saction of their banking business including the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes arc supplied free of charge  on application.  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every   branch of The Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce to be operated by mail,   and  will  rcivive the same  careful;  attention as is given to all other departments ot" lhe  Hank's business.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in  this way as satisfactorily as  by a personal visit to the Bank. ��� 231  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  J T. BEATTIE, Manager.       Greenwood Branch  177  111  i!   li  5. :,"���  1:  fo  <���       '.-���.  "f-*i,J  ���; ^  '.���VW  ���>-.-  $  ���\ 'J*-;* THE   BUONDARY    CREEK  TIMES  maaaawa*ua*&aaaaaaaaaaaamu0mmmnmm  Boundary Creek Tiies  issued 6vtry-fr!dav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pb�� Ybah    2 ����  Six Mouths  1 2s  To FOKBIQH COUKTRIES  2 ��0  Friday, February 10,1911  EAST AND WEST.  On the Pacific slope there is  probably nothing that the good  people of Vancouver and Victoria  would like better than an old-  fanhioned Ontario or Manitoba  snowstorm. It is the rainy season out there, and the editor of  the Boundary Creek Times is to  be pardoned for his plain*speaking when he savs: "Tha ��'iut-  tonhearl who travelled through  Canada as a correspondent ol  "John Hull," a London publication, and who said Canada had  seven months' winter, with the  thermometer standing at 50 degrees below aero, and that all a  man could do was to think and  go mad, ought to have spent-a  portion of his time this season in  the boundary district.���Toronto  Globe.  Dear Glob*?, you're just wrong  in two places. We don't want  any snowstorms. We've been  sampling s>me of your beastly  eastern weather on the coast lately and we don't like it a little bit.  We prefer our "gentle upright  rain" with the balmy Pacific  breezes, the blooming roses and  the green lawns and occasional  blue skies with no deep snows  to wade through, and no sidewalks to clean, and lots of nasty-  things which we usually don't  get in our coast winter, The  other place where you're wrong,  dear Globe, is about Greenwood  where the Boundary Creek Times  is published. You're off on vour  geography of the climate of this  great and variegated province.  Greeuwood U not in the ram celt  but in the snow belt, where, as  Colonel Lowery would say, snow  forms a heavy outcrop of the  formation from December to  March, after which it is cloudless summer. Greenwood is a  matter of 200 miles as the crow  flies from the coast and in thai  distance there are 57 varieties of  climate any day of the year.  Vancouver has one good one and  Greenwood another, and the other  55 are good according to the taste  of the cliinihte hunter.���Suuset.  will be fully a hundred million  dollars to be expended within the  province as a substantial guarantee of its growth   and expansion.  THE REAL WEST.  Ontario people talk of "out  west," meaning anywhere from  Manitoba to the coast, and British Columbians speak of "down  east," meaning anywhere between  Manitoba and the Atlantic. These  generalities are often misleading.  The country is so big that it  would be wise to particularize  more. The real west is British  Columbia, while the east means  the maritime provinces, or perhaps Quebec, Manitoba, which is  sometimes spoken of as being in  tb�� west, is not in the west al all.  It is the central province. At,  one time it was th�� prairie province, but now that title has to be  shared by Saskatchewan and Al-  b<V<.-1-���Victoria Times.  Eveybody should patronize the  Odd Fellows-Knights of Pythias  hockey game at the rink tonight.  The proceeds go toward paying  for Greenwood's new place of  amusement. Besides there will  be many funny stunts and broken  shins that will pav you to witness.  MILLIONS TO BE SPENT.  That the next tour years will  witness a greater development of  British Columbia's population  and a larger expenditure in railroad construction and uiaipr ia-  dustrial works than any previous  period in the history of the province, is the opinion of Premier  McBride, based upon assured  railway construction and large  development enterprises now in  sight.  Railway construction alone in  the ensuing vear should provide  for the distribution of over fifty  million dollars in the province,  while in the matter of productive  public works the government contemplates an investment of live  millions at the very least in each  year, or twentv millions in the  whole of  the period   in question.  Then it is a safe and conservative estimate that in the systematic exploitation of the timber  areas, the coal fields and the  fisheries, at least thirty million  dollars will be invested, so that,  leaving out of account altogether  tbe metalliferous mining which  is supposed to be tbe backbone of  British Columbia's business life,  and leaving out also the general  commercial development which  mav  surely   be   expected,    there  California is demanding a larger Pacific fleet and fortification  of the Panama canal. In a .resolution adopted by the state assembly, the request was sent to  congress, and the California representatives asked to urge immediate action.  Canada's Banking History.  In   1869  Canada   possessed   27  chartered   banks;    in     1S89,   41  banks; in 1909  30  banks; and today it has 27 banks. These striking figures illustrate the tendency  during two  decades   to   increase  banking facilities by the creation  of new  banks  aud   the   complete  reversal of that policy during the  past 20  years  in  the  concentration of banking  strength iu sev-!  eral large institutions.   The past  year has  been  one of  important  changes in   bank  spheres.    The  two most unfortunate events were  the   failure  of   thc St.   Stephen j  bank,   of   St.    Stephen,   N.    B , \  which   was   laU'r   purchased   by j  the Bunk of   Britisli   North   America, and the  suspension of   the  Fanners'   bank.      The   Bank of  Winnipeg's charier lapsed after a  time extension, and   the   Bank of  Vancouver  commenced  business.  The Woyburn   Security bank obtained   its   certificate   from   the  treasury   board   and   commenced  business   early   this   vear.    The  Royal bank   absorbed  the Union  Bank of  Halifax, and the Union  Bank of  Canada   will   take over  the United  Empire  bank.    This  is not the  end of  bank   amalgamations.    Other  banks have discussed  for  several   months  past  the  possibility   and   advisability  of union.   When the piesent year  has passed,  it may  be  that  the  number   of    Canada's   chartered  banks will   have been reduced by  amalgamations to  23 or even 21.  After Grippe  or any Sickness  Vinol Creates Strength  HERB IS PROOF  "��� After a long attack of Grippe,  Mrs. Vaught seemed unable to recover her strength. She was very  weak and had no appetite. VINOL rapidly improved her condition and restored her to health. I  sincerely recommend its use during  convalescence or any run down,  condition."  Judge C. N. Vaught,  Huntsville, Ala.  Miss Adelaide Gamm, of Water-  town, Wis., writes, "After a severe  attack of the Grippe, my system  was in a very weakened, nervous,  run-down ^ condition. I took VINOL with the best of results,  and it made me feel better and  stronger than I have been for years."  We have never sold in our store  a more valuable health restorer for  weak and run down persons than  VINOL, and we ask such people in  this vicinity to try VINOL with  the understanding that their money  will be returned if it does not do  all we claim for it.  J. L While, Druggist* Greenwood  A home coming celebration in  an eastern town was called off  the other day because upon investigation it was discovered  that every former citizen of the  place would be arrested the very  minute he stepped off the  train.  Ten or twenty years ago we  really needed reciprocity with the  United States, but Canada has  shed her swaddling clothes and  is an infant no longer, having  passed the primary stage, is fully  able to care for herself.  The Times' correspondent cast  no reflection upon the women of  Beaverdell when he stated "it's  a wise father who knows his own  child," because there are no female population in that thriving  mining camp.  Many new mining prospects  will be developed around Greenwood when the "beautiful" commences to melt and run down the  mountain side.  This has not been the "winter  of our discontent." Everybody  bds been pleased with the state  of the weather but the wood dealers.  There are more old bachelors to  the square inch in Greenwood  than any other town on earth.  The business outlook for this  section of B. C. was never better.  Publications Received.  . Man-to-Man magazine tor the  month of January has been received. The number is an excellent one, the whole of which is  interesting from cover to cover.  Some of the contents are as follows: The Yale-Cariboo Wagon  Road by E. O. S. Scofield. Par-  liameutry Librarian, Victoria.  A history of this historic road  from the first days to the present,  with short paragraphs ot the old  trail blazers, Simon Frazer, Bon-  nard and others, illustrated with  very faithful half tone photographs of principal places.  The Printer and Publisher; issued by the MacLean Publishing  Co. of Toronto and Winnipeg,  especially for the trade, is au excellent issue and of grout utility  to the craft.  Miller & K'ichard, of Toronto  and Winnipeg, type manufactures  and all things in the printing or  paper offices, have issued lor circulation a very important catalogue of presses -particularly a  special of the Evans newspaper  folder. This first class house enjoys a well deserved popularity  for fair aud square dealings towards the printing trade.  Sifton on Reciprocity.  That the present is not the  time to let down the bars of trade  and turn Canada's natural resources over to the United States,  was the. opinion expressed ' at a  recent luncheon of the Canadian  club of Montreal by Hon. Clifford Sifton, chairman of the Dominion Conservation commission,  and a former member of the Laurier government. His audience  was composed of the leading  bankers and business men of  Montreal, as well as senators and  members ot parliament, and according to dispatches, they cheered the sentiment to the echo.  British Columbia Public accounts for the fiscal year ended  March 31 1910.  Subscribe to your town paper���the  Boundary Creek Times and keep  posted on all that is happening���only  $2.1)0 a year in advance; $1.00 for  six months.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date X intend to apply tothe Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following- described lands in the  Similkameen District: commencing- at  a post planted at the northwest corner  Lot 422; thence west 80 chains; thence  south 80 chains; thence easl 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more  or less.  Located this 16th day of December,  1910. C. M. Kingston,  J. H. East, Agent.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following1 described land in the Similkameen District: commencing at a post  planted at the southwest corner of lot  2337; thence south 40 chains; thence  west 160chains; theuce north 40 chains;  thence east 160 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more  or less.  Located this 15th day of December,  1910. James McArdle,  J. H, East, Agent.  SCHEDULE OF GAMES  The following  is  the schedule  of games  to be   played  by   the  Boundard Hockey League teams:  Phoenix   and  Grand  Forks���Grand  Forks Jan. 2.  Grand Forks and Phoenix���Phoenix  Jan. 9.  Greenwood   and   Phoenix���Phoenix  Jan. 12.  Grand Forks and Greenwood���Greenwood Jan. 16.  Greenwood and Grand Forks���Grand  Forks Jan, 20.  Phoenix and Green wood���Green wood  Jan. 24.  Grand Forks aud Phoenix    Phoenix  Jan. 27.      *  Phoenix   nnd' Grand   Forks- -Grand i  Forks J an   30.  Grand Forks and Greenwood ������������Greenwood Feb. 3.  Greenwood   and    Phoenix   -Phoenix  Feb. <i.  Greenwood and Grand Forks---Grand  Forks Feb. '��.  Phoenix and Greenwood    Greenwood  Feb. 13.  tlience west .So chains; tlirnee north .SO  chains, thence east SO chains to point  of commencement, containing 640 acres  more or less.  Located   lliis   l(ith day of December,  1'tll*. A. II. Noyes,  J* II. East, Agent.  7*777  The Tenderfoot Farmer  Jt was one of these experimental farmers, vvhti put ���,-iern  spectacles on his cow and feci her shir.;r>!;';. His li.tory  wi'.s that it didn't matter what the cow ate so long a-, .-he  was fed. Thc questions of digestion o.id nourishment had  not entered into his calcul'iiioiis.  It':*   only a "tenderfoot"  farmer   thr.t  would   try such,  an experiment with a cow.     Hut many r farmer feeds hlm\ %  self regardless oi digestion and nutrition.    He might almost  as well eat shav)   ,  ings for all  the ������ .tod he  j'els out of his food.    The result  is  that the stonuicll  grows "weak" ihe action of the organs of digestion and ���".-.'ntion are impaired  and  tho iiiar. su!Fe.rs thc miseries of dyspasia and  the cij;tir:>e.i of iie.vvouinc.-:5^  W' v��Ml  To strengthen tbe stomach, restore the activity ot the of  iSans of digestion and nutr'jiion slid brace, up tlie nerves,  use /ir. Pierce's Golden medical discovery. It t3 nn un'  failing remedy, .ind lias t!=e cvvtidenac *>f physicians as  well as ts.e praise of thousands iiesiled by itn use.  Tn the sfi-ictor.! sence "Golden Medical Discovery" is J temperance medicine. It contains neither intoxicant'. i>i��r narcotics, end is as fr��>�� frun alcohol  us from opium, eoeiiine ni.U i.-rhcr diiio-i-nnts di-ii&i. Ail ingredients printed on  it" outside \\ ry f':t-.".  Don't let a <!;>i'-��- delude you '"<>-' hi; own ���ea.slt. 'SK'c is no ii:e.'lci"a ffji'  stomach, liver r-,-���; hleoj "su-.il :.:: ���.'cod" as "''J.'d-lc.i Mtdieul Discovery."  -     ���   -    - . ,.'.'... I L.._   '     .���'���SB���  Y  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby {riven that 30 days  from date I intend to apply tc the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described lands in the Similkameen District: commencing at a  post planted about 40 chains south of  the northwest corner of Lot 422: thence  south SO chains: thence east SO chains;  thence north SO chains; thence west  SO chains to point'of commencement,  containing- f>40 acres more or less.  Located this 15th day of December,  1910. Martha W. Kingston,  J. H. East, Agent.  if\ ~   *!  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  4��  fl  J  Klectric current supplied for Power, Lighting,  Heating and Ventilating.     Power  furnished .  Tor Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with  absolute guarantee of continuous powerservice  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  *+*���^���^���^4.*^*^^4.^.^.4.4.4.^,���l|l^,^^^,���3C,  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described lands in the Similkameen D.istrict: commencing at a  post planted at the southeast corner of  pre-emption Lot 685, thence 80 chains  west; thence 80 chains north; thence 80  chains east; thence 80 chains south to  point of commencement, containing  640 acres more or less.  Located this 15th day of December,  mo. S. J. Miller,  J. H. East, Agent.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to theChief  Commissioner of Lands tor a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on tlie  following described land in the Similkameen District: commencing at a post.  at the southeast corner of Pre-emption  Lot 085, thence south 40 chains; thence  west 160chains, thence north 40chains;  thence east 160 chains to point of com.  niencement, containing 64(1 acres more  or less.  Located 111 is 15111 day. of December,  ll>10. G. M. Fripp,  J. TI. East, Agent.  If you are a subscriber of the  Times and not paid up, S2.00 from  you would be very acceptable.  Dig up your subscription to your  home paper���terms are in advance  Let us have it, please.  OVER 6S YEARS'  ENCE  For libelling tbe King, Edward  F. Mylius, an American, was  found guilty ?.aA sentenced to a  years imprisururent.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description rosy  *    * ��� ascertain our opinion free whether fln  lurention Is prohably patentable. Commanlr-i-  tlons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  tent free. Oldest agency for securinu patents.  Patents taken through Mann & Co. recetTfl  ipecialnotice, without charge, in tea  Scientific JTttiericatt.  A handsomely illnsrr&ted. weekly, tugett circulation of any scientific journal. Terms for  Canada, $3.T5 a year, postage prepaid. Hold by  all newsdealers.  MUNN& Co ������*���* New York  I*lunch Office, 62S F 8U, Washington, D.CJ.  Coal and Oil Notice  Nol ice is hereby given that 30 davs  from date I intend toapply to the Chief  Commissioner of Laud and Works tor  a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described  lands in the Similkameen District:  commencing at a post planted at the  southeast corner of lot 424, thence east  80 chains; thence north 80 chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence south to  point' of commencement, containing  640 acres more less.  Located this 16th day of December,  1910. Frank L. Smith,  J. H. East, Agent.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to theChief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following lands in the Similkameen  District: commencing at a post planted  at the southwest corner' of Lot 424;  thence north 80 chains; thence cast 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  w^st 801xhains to point of commeiie-  ment, containing 640 acres more or  less. Located this 16th day of Decern -  bei, 1910. F. H. Knight,  J. H, East, Agent  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date 1 intend to apply tothe Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospectfor coal aud petroleum on the  following described land in the Similkameen District: Commencing at a  post planted at the southwest corner of  pre-emption lot 233T: thence east 80  chains: thence north 80 chains; thence  west 80 chains, thence SO chaitiR south  to point of commencement, containing  640 acres more or less.  Located this 14th day of December,  1910. W. F. Boettcher,  J. H. East, Agent.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend lo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following described land in the  Similkameen District; commencing at  a post planted at the northwest corner  of preemption lot 684; thence 'west 40  chains; thence north 160chains;'thence  east 40 chains; thence south 160 chains  to poiut of commencement.  Located this ISth day of December  1910. D. II. McLean.  J. H. East,'Agent.  Do you owe the Boundary Creek  Times for ynt::* subscription? Your  paper label tel:, the story. Briii!;; it  in.     It will be verv acceptable.  FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES  MASONIC  Keyulni' lUmillrH nuetin^s of (', rcPMivood  Tdiiltfe Nn. 2.S, A. I>\ \' M., :ire lurid on tint first  Thursday of i-acti niutitli at Kraieniit.v Uall,  Government strt't:t, Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed. J. A. K US.Sl'.l.l., \V. M. .1. S. P.I H-  NIK, Secretary.  I. 0. 0.  F.  UniiiuUiry Valley lii'ilif" Nn. 3X, meets every  Tnesiliiv i'veiiiiij.f at S p. ni. in the I. O. O K  luill. tJWKV I'ON'll. N. li. WAI/l'KK MUR.  HA.V. V. <;. Win. PHIl.Lll'S K*ee. Set. A  ue'irty welemne to till visiting brothers.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  C.reuiiwniHl I.Dilire, If nf I*., meets every  Weilnesilay evening at X p. in. in K, I*. Hall.  J. UADr'lEI.O, \'.C. AUSTIN "MX I AN, K.  of K.aiul S.    W.JOHNS, C. C.  W. F. M.  (ireenu-om' Miners' Union No. 2-, meets i��very  Saturday evening in Uiiiuii Hall, Co'iper street,  at 7:30 p. m., and at Mother r.nnV mine every  Fridav evening at 7:30 p. in. LKSTICK Mac-  KI2NZIK, Secretary.  REBEKAHS  (ircenwood Rebekah Lodfe No. IX, I. O. O. V.  mceiK first and third Mundavs of each month  at I O. .���>. 1\ Hall. MRS. ACNES FLEMING, N. (1. MISS B. URYANT V. f;. KOIJ  ERT HALCROW, Rec. Sec.  AT THE CHURCHES  Pacific Hotel  Gkieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  ���^4��4.^*f.^jj.*5-wj.  gp ���  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STJtGB  Leaves  Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; arid  at 2 p.m.   with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  New Scale of Advertising.  The   newspapers ��of  Phoenix,  Grand Forks and Greenwood have',  adopted   the  following   scale of  prices  for  legal advertising for  the year 1911:  Application for liquor license,  30 days, $4,00.  Certificate of  improvement notices, 60 days. $7.50.  Application  to purchase land  notices, '60 days, $7.50.  Delinquent Co-owner   notices,  90 days, $10.00.  Water notices, 30 days, $15.00^  All.other legal advertising uotj  included in the above, 12 cents!  per single column line for the'  first insertion and 8 cents a line'!  for each subsequent insertion.  St.  Before you take your departure from*  Greenwood subscribe for your  home)  paper, $1 for six months, or $2 a year.  You will find it full of interest to you/  wherever you are.  Jl  ��p��r*e,je'*<,iri��-,si?jc**rjf,sf,��?j��,��cje*'jp  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following- described laiids in the  Similkameen District: commencing' at  a post planted at the southeast corner  of   Lot   (j37:   thence   south 80 chains.  Mkthodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct set vises in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning1, 11  a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening-.  7:30,    Phesbvtkkian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted morning and  evening, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 2.30 p. m. Rev. J. A.  Petrie, minister.  Anglican��� St. Jude's. Services:  Holy Communion at 8:30 a. tn., on 1st,  3rd, and 5th Sundays; Holy Communion at 8:30 a. in., 1st, 3rd and 5th Sun-  flays; morning prayer at 11 a. m.;  evening prayer at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday  school at 2:30 p. in. Rev. l<\ M. HiN  ton, vicar,  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  ! mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benedic-  j tion at 7:30 p. m.: Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Kiev. Kathkk Lamiiakt, pastor.  fc'  %  f.  %  'A  "ft  ���ft  "ft  V.  CO., LT'D. '  Leaves Molhei Lode  9.30  a.  tn.  6:30 p.  m.  r<eaves Green wood  2:00 p.   m.  8:30 p.   m.  Saturday   last    stage    leaves  Mother Lode f> p.m.   Returning,  *>   leaves Greenwood 10 p. in.  Greenwood Office  % NORDEN    HOTEL 2  ^5*   bufc O* W* W* *2"  id* id* V* *)��� Wr* tj* aff* Jra |^f ��J�� J*  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbuc.  Cable Address:      -'Hallett."  (Bedford M'Neill's  Codes < Moretug & Neal's  I Leiber's  Gkbbhihood, B. O.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion and Provinciai,  Land Surveyor,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. O. Box :"7, Phone 32.  WILLIAM FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Movin? a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER & CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Creek, B. C.  Copper  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contains'!  1,500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition .fl  The chapters with mine descriptions!  and on statistics have been carefully!  revised and the bulk of the matter!  therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering   Copper  History. Geology,!!  Geography,    Chemistry,   Mineralogy,]  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,]  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,^:  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology|  Deposits by Districts, States.Countries^  and Continents,  Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports,  Finances,   Dividends/  etc. J  The Copper Handbook is conceded!  the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than  the Bible���though not necessarily a  better book because of its great bulk  It is tilled with FACTS of vital im  portance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER      V  THE MINER    j  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top,|  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco. 1  TERMS are most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent to you, J  all carriage chaiges prepaid, on onej  week's approval, to be returned if un-j  satisfactorv, or paid for if it suits. Can)  you afford not to see the book and judgel i  for yourself of its value to you ? \\  WRITE NOW to the editor and pub- j|  Usher, /]  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  For  Sewing  Machine   Needles   and  Oil see  A.  L.   White,   the   Stove   and j  Furniture man.    Phone 16.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES tSVS^'AaiM^^x^Mr.ni^JiK^*n!mxmwnk-{ivM  "���������a?ir.x*\*i?3yz.rAt: -. -1!  ���/..*. ;>::v:V;/iivvte:;.:.:''j'^^;.i*i;;^  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  Tbat ^Sacking Cough  It -wifl get worse instead of better  unless yon do something to cure it.  MTHffiirS SYRUP  ol Tar and Cod liver 0U  tt��e��ett0��a9����a-ei��aa����0������a0 a  �� ��  0   ,_     *  0 0  �� 0  0 00000000000#0000v,*0*��00��0  mils and mining:  will promptly  cure cotjghs,  colds, grippe & all  troubles arising  from exposure  and a run down  system.  Keep it in the  house at all times,  (ready for emergencies.  Large bottle 35  cents; all dealers.  ta* Prop's.  SbertrwUe, Que.  For Sale by J. L. White, drugfjist  ... IT KKKK SIllCL I'M'.  :.?���>..  ������a��M  Was  ^ow,.rjfo-ER-T  -Smmence Mow!  We watt evetvotiebfeiow*-  %t we are paying ���*���  c~4# Interestr"?  peratraum credited nfftitf  on savings deposits ($1��-?  j. upwarujsubject ToMh-  u-rawat ty cheque &�����-  <^- 5�� Intetesr^  on time -deposits of -  Sfi^oTittis & over. -  We invest money-1br clients  mfirstmOTtgages&fioa  general ffoaucialtasmess.  We waril^ar sawinfc accitf  & ifyou arc not saving --  systematically- ������������*���+���  GotnmenceNowWithUS.  Deposits bymail ^^  ���*��� -*��� ���*��� easily handled--  "VoucaTi sen9 by Draff,  Post Office + Caress  Order or Re^steretF^  Iaetter & withdrawals  caube made *��������������*���  - ����� any way you wish.  Ware Responsible  Referto"^- ���+ - -  Dune, Bystreets,  or To anyone m+  VMG0UV6R'  Write us aW it Way  Do !1 w! M "  After "hibernating," as were,  for several years, the Republic  camp has awakneri from its sleep,  and is now startling* all who know  it by its activity and splendid  showing. Not in the palmiest  days of old has the district had  any such ore showing as is deposited today.  114   1  DowJr^eiiA! Co. Ltd  321 Parable Street,  - Vancouver B,C.<^  The Kamloops Standard sounds  the following encouraging note  on this much discussed 'question:  News reaches us from'English  sorc.es that from the present market price of $2,100,000 per ounce,  radium has taken a drop of $900,-  000_. This will be welcome news to  the worthy poor who heretofore  have not been able to keep much  radium running around loose on  account of the current mnrket  rates.  The Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel is in nearly 1500 feet and is  going ahead at the rafee of ten  feet a day.  J. T. Laidlaw has been engaged for the past two months in  developing the Rover group, says  the Cranbrook Prospector. This  is a gold quartz proposition carrying high 'values in the yellow  metal.  The following are the Boundary  shipments for the year ending  1910: .    v "  Granby, Phoenix 1,112,925  Mother Lode, Gwd  364.650  Snowshoe, Phoenix  146,650  Rawhide, Phoenix     47,350  Jack Pot, Phoenix    16,783  Oro Denoro, Phoenix      9,339  No. 7, Boundary Falls      1,042  Golden Eagle, Phoenix         120  Sally, Greenwood  32  London office, shows that trom  Prom February, 1894, to September, 1908 a total value of S20,40b,-  627 has been realized.  The Sheriffs sale of the Elkhorn property has ;ig.titi been  postponed this time tn 111,��� Feb.  24tb.  Cripple Creek's production for  for the month of November, 1910  was 75,180 tons, valued at $1,-  381,050.  Commander Sims.  Production and ship'ts.   1,699,086  British Columbia Copper is now  completing its five and a half  mile tramway, which will bring  the ores from its Lone Star aud  Washington properties to the railroad, within a few miles of the  smelter. Its new cyanide mill  will be in commission soon on one  of its properties, where the management expects to recover between. $70,000 and $100,000 in  profits from a deposit of gold  ore, which has been partly stripped and will be mined bv the  opening pit system.  With its plant idlfi one month,  during which tbe company's expenses exceeded $20,000 and it re-  ^raMZUSKSaZraWOWKP' ASSAVUSiBSUlifcaiw  Mrs. B. E. Bad well, of 337 Pro  voucher Ave., St. Boniface, Wiiinineg,  "tty* ;��� "fcSomo time ago my children  tunic diphtheria, and whilo aUunding  tliem tlie poiauii entered atmiull suiatuh  on the second finger of my left hand.  This became very aoro und bluud- puiuuu-  iug rooii Bet in. Jb'or moutus ;i��u-r tho  I'hildrun were quite- well I w.m sullcr- \i  iug fiuin a shockingly bad fiuj.ii'. Pho  Bcrutuli was caused originally by a p:n,  and iu itself, was not ut all serious.  The consequences, however, of no^lett-  iiigtliiaHcratbh.wero very serious tome.  "When the blood-ijolaoiiliis set.In 1 tried  pouliicoH and u Halve I bud in tlio house.  These, however, did not uivo tho lies,red.  e .eet. Quite on tho contrary lhe linger  became more and more swollen nnd discolored. It then began, to fester,audi lwLd  to call in a doctor. Ho limoed the finiro-r  to let out tbo pus, and you cn'i iinu&i'iu  h iw painful tho linger was! Despite liis  caro, howev.-r, it again festered and lhe  oin meats, liniment*, and other prcu:1.nations which the doctor gave mo seemed  absolutely unable to briiiK alioiii.ii n y relief.  " The doctor thereupon nri vised mot i),ro  iiro the tit. Honit'uue Ilospiiiil.    I  tuun-d  i hat if I went to tho Hn.pital the.finder i  would bo iiiunutatGd.   Wo were tnld of a, I  case similar to my own in wliiehZ;iin-Huk ;  had effected aema when overythini; e se  had failed  and tho doctor had Raid th��t  only amputation could save the person'a  hand.  "We, therefore, decided to Rive Z.im- J  Ii ilv a trial. A supply wan procured, nnd [  we co'iinieiio-d tho Zam-Rule tivatuicnr.. I;  It only needed a few days ro show t'.y fc'  wisdom of this slop. Thoblnodpoi-oning \  andindanimalion wen reduced, the pain V  b'cimo les< acute, and it was evideia %  Tory shortly that tho trouhlo was bein^- e  reduced to a less) and nr.Hl less ap'ii. \\*e G  persevered with the Zam-Hut ;inil in l Jin ��'  e'ld llio !'e;:eriiiK sore was tliiironirlilj- {.  cleaned, then healed. In un !oi- three >���'  weoks iro'n lit-st commo'trinE- wilh2Sii.ru- L  15nk, the linger wis entirely widl; and i  had ivo a;i;ilio I /am-Buk in tho first,y.laee, 6  insto'id of tryiiij? ordinivry T>i'c;jar.ition;-'. fc  no ilotibr, I sliimld have saved mysolf R  jj hour-i   nd hours of acute agony."       " p  Ail rnnili'Tit sno ���ilrl noo this c-.:ie. Kava-Ii'il; }  is a sure eu-e for tiloo.i-nois.inin^, ft rc-iu^, p^  cits, s-r.it -lir-B from bnrbc.l v'.r-?, In- i.us, I?  e'V.e.-n*l, rashiS, tetter, sal,-, r'.iouni, faco sores, F  ul:c'3, piie<, b:d lesr. varieo e v ins, nnd n!I fe  skin injur ���<and diseases. 5t'i;a lios.ailiirnir- R  .��.sts and e>ores or po^C tr 'e fr"m Z un-Ui:k Co., a  Tirmti. for price. Send lc stamp for protn'c p-  n?  .-co i,-; lb ix.   Refu.-onlli    ii.-iti -;i --. (      *��*.  *"'��� !^L1' l|||l III)  "' ���teWI1'  "* *'i��  ceived no income, net earnings of  the British Columbia Copper company last year, over and above  expenses of every character, construction included, are understood  to have approximated $250,000.  It is stated that the company has  money on hand already with  which to continue quarterly dividends at the rate of 10% for a year,  aud there is every prospect that  J911 earnings will considerably  exceed those of 1910. The accomplishments of this company  in the way of production, costs  and profits have] beeu phenomenal, especially when the fact is  considered that its ore is obtained  from four or five different properties, and all of tt is low grade,  much of it being so poor that il  would hardly be considered ore at  all in mining camps. A recovery  of 17 or 18 pounds of copper and  $1.50 to $2 a ton in gold and silver would be considered .an impossible direct smelting proposition bv most mine managers; but,  notwithstanding this, British Columbia has demonstrated its ability to handle such ore, but addit  ional properties, increase and in-  prove its equipement nnd pny dividends. Its smelting plant now  has a capacity of 2,500 tonsdaily,  and its ore rwerves are being increased steadilv.  and I'll iel mine;" and tliev went.  That nav'i! olricer concluded  Ins remarks by vi^ioning a day  wlien the Amenc'iii and English  llcets are lying cl-zsc toeac.ii other  with some hostile licet or llcets  going to quarters close by and  th'ruglit he heard a "call from  conning tower to conning tower.  'I say, Jack, if you let your men  go, I will let mine.'"  the Germans, but. everybody understood why the English had  come and what they were ready  to do."  Then   he   told   a   story   of the  landing of a   party  of   American  officers iu a South American port  where   lay    an    Eng Hah cruiser.  The Americans were attacked   by  the   South   Americans    on    the  wharf and were lighting for tbeir  lives.     Two   aimed   boats,   one  American,   one    Euglish,    each  with orders   not   to   land, lay off  the pier head.    Tiie midshipman {  |     Thc    rfl.uko    .���idmini-.tc-rcd    to ] commandidg   the   English    boat I  I Commander   Sun.    bv    I'r^ide.it ! s-0���d it as long as   he could the,  Taft IV.,- his speech   .-,; *!,,��� C-ild-ihc remarked !.. the American, "I  hall in I,e.r.dnn. ,1, t.s   roi scorn to ] say. Jack, you   let   your   men go,  have been tak< n   mti. it:-'l v bv the  British pt'i'-s.     T Iir: ���    ���������.'rerh ro,:-  eluded    with   the*.-    -:.,.���  ���     --If  the   time ever   ,Miner,   when   the-  British Empire is sli i-nsly   nj;-i*-  accd by an   c >:i<-rl���;iT i rem v. it   is  my opinion  that    v.->u   i:n v o.uut  upon every man, every <:,.;(hv mid  every drop of bliif.d   cf   \ cur kindred across tbeUcri." T'liis ���;.,:���( eh  was   resented    by  Genu any   and  also   by  certain   elements  in the  United States,  and  another American   officer,    who for  obvious  reasons   is   not  subscribing   his  name,   writes   that it   '"must be  evident that the president has inflicted   upon    Commander   Sims  just so much censure as  he  was  strictly obliged and uo more, and  now tbat he has been rebuked for  a technical   irregularity and  all  official proprieties reasserted, the  service he did remains a real service,   for   Cotumender  Sims was  the voice of the American navy."  An mciderlt  may   be recalled  which   occurred   at   a dinner  in  New York some years ago, given  under the auspices' of St. George's  Society, where the company  was  half American and  half  British,  and where another American  officer told of having been in Manilla when the Germans undertook  to show Admiral Dewey how the  port he had conquered  ought  to  be governed.    Things were  near  the breaking point when Admiral  Chichester took his English fleet  over and  dropped   anchor  along  side  the   Americans.    "Nothing  was said, uo message was sent to  Sale of Lots in Vancouver.  Lots 1 and 2. corner of Venables and Gordon drive; double  corner 66x122 feet; car line will  be through inside of six months;  good opening for a business corner; �� blocks from Hastings street,  church and school in close proximity; concrete sidewalks within  three blocks: streets graded past  property. Price $4,500 cash or  on terms for $5,000; $1,250 down,  balance 6. 12 and 18 months al 7  per cent. Apply to K. J. Muir,  box 3, Greenwood, or C. E. McAllister.. Sherman hotel, Vancouver.  The body of an unidentified  man has been found upon the  shore of Arrow lake, and which  is thought to be that of Mr. Wm.  Bull, the missing commercial  traveller who disappeared last  fall.    The first hearing granted by  the Ways and Means Committee  .of the House at Washington, on  the proposed reciprocity agreement with Canada was occupied  with the protests of Gloucester  fishermen. Men interested in the  fishing trade testified that the industry would uot be able to survive the efforts of the tree admission of the fish .from Canada.  Piping Hot Water Always Ready  for every occasion, with the Kootenay Steel Range,  without "driving" the iire or wasting fuel. The  generous firebox is built so that the water heats very  rapidly as it passes through the water front, and  gives a plentiful supply. One bath usually empties  the boiler heated by an ordinary range with the  result that the rest of the family must wait for more  water to heat. Not so vvith the boiler attached to  the water front of a  KOOTENAY  because the Kootenay never fails to heat as much  water as is required and as fast as it is used. The  nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the  reasons why you ought to own a Kootenay. 58  il 'i  I  I  it  H '  arys  "���ncnuYer,     St. John, N.B.,    rami  For Sale by Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  m  j*V S��2  lontlun.     Toronro.     Montreal,     Winnipcc,     Vancouver,     St. John, N.B.,     rairr':*-)n,     Calgary  mnous people!!  bJSL-BY..FANNIE M.LOTHROP     %-^^te:  Z2a&**��  The Damper Lever of a  MAGNET  Wood Furnace  is where it ought to be���at the front, readily reached without  groping in the dark or taking unnecessary steps. A turn of  the lever instantly changes the draft so the fire is quickened  or checked, at will. Turned on, McClary's Magnet Wood*  Furnace produces the strongest heat in a few minutes; and  the nickelled steel tubes radiate this heat for hours after  the draft is shut off. Because of this stead heat McClary's  Magnet Wood Furnace is economical and a continuous roaring fire is unnecessary. The heat that goes up the smoke pipe  of ordinary wood furnaces, goes into the register pipes of the  Magnet. Like the position of the damper, the Magnet Wood  Furnace is right all through. Right in principle, right in construction ; right in materials. See the Magnet at the McClary  agent's in the nearest town. Write to nearest McClary branch  for booklet, giving a detailed description. Free, postpaid.  511  Granby is now operating eight  furnaces, which should result iu  production of 25,000,0(j0 pounds  of copper annually at a cost of  not over 10 cents a pound, and  earning of $4.25 a share with  copp:r selling at 12>^ cents a  pound.  At the Napoleon the B. C. Copper company have 60 teams and  scrappers stripping the big ledge.  THE  Boundary  Creek  *  times  "���*..,  -IS-THE*  Two new veins has been strnck  at the Iron Mask, says the Rossland miner. One is the extension  of the Josie and the other the  Mugwump.  London, Toronto, ftteateMi, WinalM* VmM��uvif> St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  Placer gold has been found at  White creek, a tributary of the  Naas river.  Statement of production of the  Le Roi miue at Rossland, B. C,  issued by the  company   from   its  Mm* OupoA!. NI* lata  MLLIAN   NORDICA  The Struggles and Triumphs of a  Famous Singer  Tin- sijcf-nss of Lillian Nonlica, one of the greatest contemporary opera  p!users, is a tribute to tlio ambition ami struggles of two women���the singer  ii:i:l hor mother.  Tlio yonngcRt. of :-,ix <];iuk1H<th of Hdwln ' Norton, Lillian was born in  VanuinRhani. Maine, in ISfiH, in a family where music was the atmosphere o"  i!:r home. Her fat.hor was a violinist and her mother a. singer with an unusually sweet, rich voice Mrs. Norton's ambitions chafed at the limitations  of village life; she wauled broader opportunities for the development of her  e-rldren. so when Lillian was six the family made its gladsome exodus from  Iiiainc! to Boston, the Alrrca of her dreams.  The future prima donna early revealed the promise of her wonderful  vo'f". and the mother of i!*'* transplanted family laid aside money from hor  h<*,.::*dir.ir-l'.oune for tho musical instruction of her daughter.    From twelve to  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF TIIK  fii'* .���' n   I il.iiiii studied  ���������-'.:!i i oi'i'..  it  at. tip- Boston Conservatory, with  Prof. John  O'N  ! the live yea.iv." course into three.   When her interest fla^'j'-  ��� '���o wns Ptini'ilaied to new energy by her mother, who |ci,  ; ;*aiis in ordi'i* tn teao.il her, worked untiringly and sav-d  nf iiir'i.ruction.  ;>���-;��� ii*.  power and courage.    She wa?; nirikin;; Z'y--  v. i;'��� ���' .i:r..:',ing in < iiureh did not satisfy her hi.','.  ; ;���  ",<>': Ti'-..ieiis in  h���."������ dressing-room. a'*d  by  !'���������  ���������������<: if.'eiico,     foived     the    gi'cir    singer    t ���     ���:  I / ...lii'Ms   nri;:    iii     "ii    Ti'ovatorr-."    Tid c" ������'  ii'.;.  :i:i I   '-���'���i--ii i,   i,n-  friend     '.-'-i-  ;.dv" "d   !���   i   *���  ���vv,     '..V':',:.      '"   ��� .lovnt'.'-d  nio,!:f".- '..���'-.��� .'.MCI.!   !.'  ill.  iifi tel  q Die  Send for the paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do  if  >-l  jt,.. -ESv**"*  *i   I ji ���  "-ir,T-i,-.T"y^��^-�� ��� THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  GRAND  GREENWOOD GRIST  Items of  Interest   Picked  Up  Here and There For The  Times Readers,  O. O. F  %  IX.  p  I  t  \  i  \  In Greenwood's New  $7,000 Rink  Friday  i  10th  &  i.t *  This Game promises to be  the fastest and classiest of the season  ���7  Admission, Everbody, 25c  Fire Wagon, Police Ambulance and Medical  aid, also Poundmaster in attendance.  ^  m  I. 0. 0. F.  Fred Holmes  G. B. Taylor  W. B. Fleming  G. Pond  S. P. Dixon  Dr. MacLean  J. Russell  Line-up  K. of P.  Goal  W. Johns  Point  Martin Anderson  C. Point  W, L-awson  K. Wing  Jas. Johns  L. Wing  George Bo tig  Center  W. Ross  Rover  James McNeil  fi  Proceeds to be given to  the New Rink  Game starts at 8 o'clock  For Sale���An A. 1. cutter practically new, with pole, $35.00 Apply  A.  I.. White-    .  Fiminine Tenacity at the Star  Theatre, Saturday evening will amuse  you.  Mrs. T. Rowe, of Wellington  camp has been a patient at the Phoenix hospital, but is now fast recovering her health and will pay a vist to  her daughter Mrs. McArthur Wilson  of Greenwood.  The finishing of thc roof felting of  our Royal rink about completes the  job and makes us thc possessors of a  Hue curling and skating rink that can  be found in British Columbia.  The hockey match between Mother  I,ode and Smelter clubs, was finely  contested with a conclusion of 3 to 4  in favor of Mother Lode. D. McDonald refereed the match-  Some good films will be shown at  the Star Theatre, Saturday evening including Red Kirn and the Kid a very  interesting Indian film also the Missing Bridegroom and others.  The Royal rink since its opening  has derived something over six hundred dollars revenue, which is certainly very encouraging for a starter.  Tonight, Kriday, we can either  take in the big event of K. of 1J. and  1. ()��� O. K- hockey contest with lots  of fun in sight or trip the light fantas-  t ic at the Ball given under auspices of  the Tennis club.  We regret very much to announce  the death at Grand Forks of Bert  Almas after a few days illness. He  was the owner of a fine ranch and a  estimable cttizen, and heartful regret  is felt generally for his death.  The hockey match between the  Intermediates of Greenwood and  Grand Forks took place a't Grand  Forks rink, concluding with a tye'of  4���4. The boys on both sides battled  hard for victory and went at it for all  they were worth.  Mr. Chas. Lackie was married on  Saturday at 3 o'clock to Miss Jean  Thompson,, by the Rev. Samuel Lundie. The bride was attended by her  sister, Miss Nellie Thompson, of  Nanaimo. The newly married couple drove ta Greenwood to spend the  balance of the day, and returned to  their home in Phoenix the same evening. The bridegroom was assisted by  Gilbert Kay.  Boundary Valley Lodge of Odd  Fellows are making great preparations  to have their masquerade ball on the  1.4th of February, St. Valentines Day  an event to be remembered.  Exhibits of ore from the Argo tun-  nel, the late strike are on view at A.  L. Whites and Russell-Law-Caulfield  Co., and certainly look good, take a  look at it.  The Freemont mine is getting down  to business their initial work was the  finding of a stringer of as fine silver  'ore as ever taken out of any mine and  the work is   only   preliminary   as yet.  Our hotels continue to have full  lioiii.es continuously looks like boom  days to see our town with buuehes of  people on tlie streets and all seem  busy.  Mr. D. J. McDougall was in town  on Tuesday to meet Mr. McAdam  from New Zealand, brother of the  late Mr. McAdam. His business was  to consult with Mr. McDougall.  The deal of the Galloway ranch is  completed we understand. The  brother and widow will own and  work it conjointly at Grand  Forks.  The body of a drowned man found  on the shore of the Arrow lake, has  been fully identified as that of Mr.  Bull the commercial traveller who disappeared last October.  Born���At Eholt. Feb. 7, to Mr.  McPherson, C   P.   R.   engineer and  wife, a daughter.     Mother and   child  progressing very favorably.  O. R. Nation, representing the  Pacific Printers Supply company, of  Seattle, Wash., made us a business  call this week.  J. K. McAllister, manager of the  B. C. Copper Co., contemplates a  business trip to to New York at an  early date.  Quite a numbe of Phoenix skaters  enjoyed the sport of skating on Greenwood's ice on Wednesday night,  among them was T. A. Love,' the  editor of the Pioneer, who was accompanied by one of Phoenix's very  charming damsels.  The Rev. T. McNab, of Trail,  will preach morning and evening at  the Presbyterian church, Sunday.  Will the patty who took a fur collar from the rink last Wednesday  evening, please return same to the  B. C. Times office.  Upwards of $30 was realized by the  Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church  from the entertainment given at the  Star Theatre on Wednesday evening  in their behalf. There was a large-  attendance and the'program was highly appreciated, though it is regretted  that the Ladies Aid were obliged to  omit the Cornish singers of the  Mother Lode from the evenings program owing to particular circumstances occuring a few hours previous to  the opening of the entertainment,  thereby preventing them from securing other selections.  E. Shonguist, No. 7 mine; G- W.  Winters, Bridesville; G. S. Walters,  England; Miss Dennis, Frank, Alta.  Windsor: Jas. ��� McGregor, Nelson; B. Oppenheimer, Chewela; S  T. Mureattle.  Killed by a Lion.  Dispatches from Nairobi, East  Africa, today tell of the death  there of George Grey, brother of  Sir Kdward Grey, the British  miuister of foreign affairs, as  the result of being mauled by a  lion.  Grey, wbo was hunting in the  same country as that traversed  by Colonel Roosevelt, became  separated from his companions,  near the Athi river. Rousing a  lion irom a thicket, be fired and  wounded the animal but was  knocked down by its charge, and  before he could iii e a second time  was frightfully clawed.  Guests at the Hotels  imperial: S. T. Larsen, Rock  Creek; J. M. Robb, C. H. Jett,  John Barr, Calgary; H. R. Cramer,  Nelson; T. Martin, Revelstoke; T.  J. Dunn, Victoria; S. G. Murray,  Seattle-: Geo- Hamilton, Brantford;  J. M. Doyle, Spokane; R. C. Buch-  annan, C. J. Wilson, H. R. But/,,  Vancouver.  Norden:   W. Wilson, Revelstoke;  Reciprocity With Australia  An interesting return tabled in  the hous3 of commons at Ottawa  on Friday tells of the unsuccessful negotiations which have been  conducted between Canada and  Australia with a 'hope of bringing about a reciprocity tradn  agreement between the two premier colonies of Great Britain.  Tbe somewhat voluminous correspondence which was tabled at  the request of H. B. Amos, shows  that the negotiations have been  going on at intervals for a period  of eleven years, and that while a  number of proposals have been  advanced, final consideration on  the subject is to be found- in the  letter in which the Canadian  trade commissioner in Australia  says that representatives of the  Australian government will be  prepared to discuss the mailer at  tbe time of the approaching imperial conference iu Loudon.  Copper Prices to Improve.  Adolph L"wisnlin has the following to say on lhe copper outlook:  "I think copper is ;it a very  reasonable price now, and look  forward to a gradual 'improvement. Busines;* in most parts of  Europe in the times in which  copper is consumed is very good,  and at the present low level the  consumption of copper is likely  to'coiuitiue to be good. I think  we can look forward io gocd purchasing from that side.  "Here business in electrical  aud other work iu which copper  is used has also been very good,_  and the fact that consumers have  only been buying from hand to  mouth makes it likely that they  will soon have, to buv more, and  I expect fair consumption.  The stock of copper, both here  and in Europe, is moderate in  proportion to the size of the demand for this article; that is, the  stock in sight does not -amount to  more than one and a half to two  months' supply. Production is  not unreasonable.  The average price of electrolytic copper during the last ten  years has been about 14}:>c. The  extremes during tbat time have  been Z6c and 12c.  NOTICE is hereby jjiven that npjjli-  :rj tioti will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of tlie Province of British  Columbia-at its next session for an Act  to incorporate The Greenwood-Phoenix  Tramway Company, Limited. w:th  power to run, construct excavate and  maintain a tunnel t-lirouffli and under  tiie mountain 1 vine;-.-east of l.he-Ci':y of j,  Greenwood, in ih.i coimtv of Yale, |  from a   point  on   Hie.   Nels .11   '.viiieral |  i.iim,    which   claiin   adjoin    i.he   i-asi |  boundary   of  said  City o"   (.Irccnnood  to a point at er near the Vk'iwia   iiiii'i-  ral claim under the City of Pho.-nix;  and for the purposes of the unilei-i.ik--  iui^ to run' exploring and branch working- tunnels from the main tunnel; also 1  to sink or raise mining-, working or I  ore shafts along the line or course of j  the said tunnel or its branches; to ex- ]  plore for minerals by the use ol drills, |  shafts or excavations; lo construe*., j  maintain and operate by electricity or ' ,  otherwise tramways and roadwavs for 1  JAMES  ik  THE  Photographer  the purpose of carrying ores, or as may  be otherwise required to erect and  maintain crushing-, electrical, hydraulic, eoncenlratinijf or smelling works or  for plants and deal in tne products of  the same; to supply, soil and dispose  of light or power, and to erect and  place any electric   line, cable  or other  electrical  apparatus,   above  or   below DFADWOOD   ST  pound, along-, over and actors streets, v     .  bridges and lauds;   lo erect,   conduct GREENWOOD,,  B.   C.  and maintain any dam, raceway, Hume   Tr ,  . .     .  or other  contrivance, or   plan   for di-   HaS     a    new     equipment   IOrl  drHr!n-,l:u^, ,".ti!ipi!ltr.rW^tcrii ��r fur I Photo work and can turn outl  drainage, and  to  construct   all  works , , , ,    I  is good work as any in the  Give Jiim a trial,  necessary to obtain  and make  water  power available; to carry on  the  busi- | ]., n(j  ness of mining- in   all  its branches;  to '  purchase und deal in ores; to enter into   ~ _  any agreements and make contract's I P C \\<\\r PflAflc EninATIIiml  with persons or companies owning i ���-'��� ^' lla-11 UUVUo EillL"UUUlll]  any interest in mining l.-x-.irt.s or other- i Announces to the ladies of British*  wise, contiguous   to   the  said   tunnel.1,,   1      1 ���    ^t.  .. 1 ��� ���  and to receive compensation for lht,. Columbia that by recent importations  use of the timnelsor worUs of the Com-, tlieis stock of Hairgoods is most company, and for drainage or other ben"- ' plete in all particulars. Wigs, toupees,1  lits derived from the tunnels or branch- t������cfnrm,t;n��� n,.m^���A^..^ *..���\*~\.-���  es; to acquire and take over the business of the Phoenix Tramway Company, a company incorporated under  the Tramway Company Incorporation  Act, and to acquire and obtain all  concessions, bonuses, or other rights  and privileges belonging to said Company; to purchase, lease or otherwise  acquire and hold patents, machinery,  lands, premises, buildings and all real  and persppal property necessary to  carry out the objects of the Company  with all necessary or incidental rights,  powers and privileges as may be necessary: iiicidenU'l or conducive to the  attainment of the above objects or any  of them.  Dated at Greenwood, B.C., this 241 li  day of December, A. I)., 1010.  Dec. 30.  T. II. HALLETT.  Solicitor for Applicant.  41  transformation pompadours, switches,  puffs and curls,   all of which will be<  furnished at less money than you ca  obtain   by   ordering   abroad.     Thi  business is  my  especial  calling, an  being thoroughly understood, we are  in a position to guarantee perfect satis  faction to  those  who  favor us  withl  their patronage.    Our new catalogs  will be mailed on  application by posl  card, and which   will be found   mosi  useful.    We also  make  up switches^  nut of your own hair combings, prices  ranging from  SI.00   to $2.50.     Our|  mail order  department  has the mosi  prompt attention.  LEO MUELLER  Masonic.Temple,  Vancouver, B  Nomac Investment  419-420 Lindelle Blk.  SPOKANE, WASHINGTON  Exclusive Brokers for the sale of the Western  issue of the Greenwood-Pnoenix Tramway Company. We shall be glad to answer any inquiries  regarding this stock. We also handle the stock  of the Boundary Mining and Exploration Co.,  Ltd., and of the Freemont Mining Co.  imBmWsmkmfflm\  14th Winter Carniya  ������������w-r���iW iawa*maa*awaaamaatiamaaKmamawaamamaanaammiimmm.ma��*--    1  ROSSL  Feb. 14 to 1  Handsome  Hockey Championship of B. C.  Ski Jumping Championship  Skating Championship  Every Known Winter Sport  Masquerade and Dance  Write to Percy Hunt, Sec'y Carnival Committee  Call and See It!  Do you want (��lh iEngltslj initial note  paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your  I letters on?    If you do  Ji Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  I Prices moderate  This Is  No recollection of  the past; no exaggeration of the present, ,bttt should be a  forecast of the future  ��s   A. L. WHITE  thid week received his large  semi-annual', consignment  of  TrunKs, Valises & Suitcases  On-account of   the   absence of street troleys he  had to requisition:-hiar.ajet^:  for transportatio��iffirtpi"*UM|^  depot.   Truly thie$>ri^i��t3  ence of Greenwflfc4:.^'tJ��*'';i  map does not wa^^ifcUfcll  Certainly the slj^f^'ifee^j  shipment does riotifa-.  ;'".��?,vV.;  Greenwood, B, C.  ~��^J i^^^t:^~rj^^^^^^^^~^ it��^U^^^~^^5^^^^=&^��^��^��^A  'WHEN YOU OPEN onr liq  ors their fragrance immediately;  tellf ; )u that they are the kind  to dri^k.  They have been the choice of|  the connoisseur for a long' time?L  and are first in his popularity to-��  day.  WINES AND LIQUORS Are  pure and perfectly aered. They  are distilled from the choicest  material and please with their'  general wholesomeness.  Greenwood Ciauor ��o*  IMPORTERS  KS&5H&7&S&53>55&3H5&��  GREENWOOD  ,^-yf;-


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