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GEORGE & CO.  ���'.'    .���'������������'���''    ��� .'���" ���        ���   . ���'.-������'''���''.'���.'.  i   The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  c ������'������.������    ' -   ..  <X~.   <><*>0043*4><>4>����<>CS*-K>0<*K>��<H>0<>��H><><-^^  ������-;��� 0.'   ��� ������'.    -'-.-..  OC^04'*K><><>CK-kK*K><-M>CK>0*'^^  THE STORE  OF QUALITY  Wishes   Everybody  A HAPPY  i  .1:  10MAS DRUG k MUSIC CO.  The Store of Quality,  Next Door to Post Office.  X>00<'H}<*K>0<H>0*>0<K>*^  Oddfellow's Installation.  On Tuesday, January ��th, the  officers for the. ensuing term of  Boundary Valley Lodge, No. 38,  I.O.O.F., will be installed in  their respective offices by E.  Foyle Smith, D.D.G.M.  The order is in a flourishing  condition in Greenwood 105 new  members having beeu enrolled  during* the past year with a number of applications in waiting.  Hockey.  The first hockey match of the  season will be played at the skat  ing rink on New Year's night  when the local team will face a  fast bunch of players from Grand  Forks,  The Greenwood boys have  been practising faithfully and  have expressed themselves as being confident of winning the  match, which promises to be a  fine exhibition of the Canadian  winter game.  PJay will be concluded before  the K. of P. ball will open and  the admission fee has been placed  at 50 cents.  SCHOOL REPORT FOR  DECEMBER  GENERAL MINING      I  The B.C. Copper, Co. is building cbutes and oye-bius at their  new properties in Wel.liugton  camp preparatory to shipping two  i-  or three thousand tons of ore per  month to their .Greenwood Smelter. I  The ore will be shipped out  over the Great Northern and  transferred to the C.P.R. tracks  at Summit camp.  Division I.���J L. Watson.  Pupils   actually  attending  19  Average daily attendance  18.50  Percentage-of regularity  97 37  Pupils present every session: Ernest  Anderson, Gertie Mclntyre, George  Redpath.Hazel Redpath, Francia-Rowe  Gordon Smith. George Craig. '  Division II.���J. I. McKenzie.  Pupils actually attending  28  Average daily attendance  2615  Percentage of .regularity.......���.^ y&  Pupils present every session:  Henry Anderson, Donald McAllister  Geo. Sales, Maudie Sales, Worthington Fair, Ruasel Hunter, Harold Hun-  t:r, Judith Johnston, Charlie McAr  thur, Anna McKenzie, Grace Redpath,  Robert Smith, Sutherland Smith,  Ward Storer, V-innie Skelton, Alex  Shaw, Dick Taylor.  Division III.���C. ��}. Stevenson.  Pupils actually attending. 33  Average daily attendance. 3014  Percentage of regularity. ,,91.33  Pupils present every session:  Leo Barnett,; Edward Crowley, Jack  Eales, Chung Yec, Waldo Jordan, Dorothy Johnson, Evelyn Johnson, Har  old McKenzie, Daniel McKee, Josephine McKee, John McArthur, Celia Mcintosh, Vera Redpath, Arthur Rees.  Bina Smith, Tom Taylor, Jack Wilson.  LOCAL ITEMS  Pemberton'8C. P.R.bridge gang  has completed the bridge at  Boundary Falls and moved to  Greenwood.  The supper of the K. of P's.  New Year's Ball will be served at  the Pacific Cafe.  A very successful dance and  supper was given by Ola Lofstad  at the Ladysmith hotel on Wednesday evening. A large crowd  was present and after the dancing  was over at three o'clock, Mr.  Lofstad was presented with a  beautiful silver tea-set by his  fellow-countrymen from the Mother Lode.  The entertainment given by  the Polmatier Sisters in the Auditorium on Monday evening was  a musical treat, and was greatly  eajeyed by all who had the good  fortune to be present. The Polmatier Sisters are finished artists  and the Auditorium company deserves a great deal of sredit for  bringing such a talented group  to Greenwood. Ii is to be regretted that the house wasn't packed  to the doors.  Dominion (Copper,  No definite plan for a reorganization of the Dominion Copper  company has as yet', been agreed  upon, though we understand that  in an j plan so far considered,  pfeseut stockholders are not likely to have any participation beyond a possible light to subscribe  to new securities, says the News  Bureau. .���  The property of S,the company  it now represented by $800,000 of  bonds, $100,000 floating debt and  500,000 shares of sto��k, par value  55   ���  Some stockholders.} recommend  a plan similiar "tor that of the  First National Copper, company,  and the Davis-Daly? company,  whereby stockholder^would have  to stand an assessment "through  a, new company.  There are about 5000 shareholders, a good portion of whom  paid arpund $3 per share for their  stock.  The bonds control the situation, and Samuel Untermeyer  controls the bonds.        ""   ""-  The entire property represents  an actual cash outlay in excess of  $1,500,000,       British Columbia imposes a tax>  of 2 per cent on the gross output  of all minerals other than coal  when the value amounts to $5000  and over ; on coal there is a tax  of 10 cents per ton. and 15 cents  per ton on coke, if produced from  untaxed coal. Unworked coal  land* are taxed 2 percent on the  assessed value, and an acreage tax  of ?5 cents per acre on unworked  crown-granted mineral lands.  These taxes with the usual fees  amounted in 1907 to $580,000.  Alaska will exhibit $1,000,000  in virgin gold���dust,nuggets and  brick���at the Alaska-Yukon-Pa-  cifie Exposition.  The value of the gold output  of Alaska since the northers  country was purchased by the  United States is 15 times the  amount of the purchase price.  Local mining men are showing  much interest in preparing a representative collection of minerals from this part of British Columbia for the Alaska-Yukon Exposition at Seattle. Nearly 200  shipping mines will"be represented and, as these properties produce gold, silver, lead, zinc, etc.,  in many different forms, the exhibit should prove interesting.  Arizona Leads.  The mine operators of Arizona  reported to the United States  Geological Survey tor the calendar year 1907 a production of  gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc  valued at $55,511,560. Of this  total the value of the copper out.  put constitutes 92 per cent, for  the production of that metal  amounted to 254,879,489 lbs.,  having a commercial value of  $50,975,898. Although this copper output is nearly 12,000,000  lbs. in quantity and more than  $500,000 in value less than that of  the preceding calendar year, it  exceeds -the record of Montana  for 1907 by nearly 35,000,000 lbs.  in quantity, and ��7,000,000 in  value, and places tha territory  first among the capper producers  of the country.  With Stone and Broom,  The a*nnual match between the  president and vice-president of  the Curling club resulted in victory for tbe presidential rinks by  a majority of nine points in the  following score :  President. Vice-President  Frith. Dill.       .7-9  MacDonald Simmons..2-9  Birnie . . McMynn - 7-9  Bishop McCutcheon 13-2  Coles Johnson-~9-6  Bunting Russell.... 11*5  New Year's day will see" lively  times at the: Greenwood rinks.  Greenwood will send two rinks to  compete with the Phoenix curlers who will be represented by  two rinks here.  Two rinks from Grand Forks  wiH also play at Greenwood, and  accompanied by the Grand Forks'  hockey team, will arrive in -a  special car at 4 p.m., returning  after the games are over.  The matches for the Warren  cup will start on Monday- night.  Denoro Doings.  Mrs.   G.  R.   Pierce, son   and  daughter spent the Xmas holidays  in Spokane.  A meetings of tho debating society was held on Tuesday evening last the subject for debate,  'decided that summer is better for  pleasure   than ��� winter."   Mr. R.  B. McLeod led for summer, If. W.  Mines in the Cour d'Alene dis- Ludlow   for  winter, ��� supported,  trict in northern Idaho, called the  "millionaire factory;" will produce 150,000 tons of lead this  year, or 37 per cent of the total  outpnVin the United States.' In  addition there will be 7,000,000  ounces of silver and several million dollars in copper, gold and  zinc. The value of the outputjof  metals ia the district since A&J.  Pritchard, a prospector,' fl-Slfe  the discovery of gold in 1884|Jis  placed at $190,000,000, apportioned as follows :  Lead, $121,653,850; silver, $55,-  826,140; copper, $6,725,000; gold,  $6,550,000; zinc. $845.000.  Mounted Police on Trackless  Tour.  A Northwest Mounted Police  detachment has left tor Dawson  and Herschel island and Fort  McPherson with mail. The expedition is expected - back in  March and will travel a tradcless  course over the Rocky mountains,  penetrating the Mackenzie valley  via Peele river. The noted mush-  ers Forest, Simons and Hewitt,  are in the -party with Indian trail-  breakers and several dogs drawing toboggans.  Miss Shaw wishes to thank  Mr. Buckless for giving her  Sunday school class a very pleasant drive yesterday.  Sliver in Nova Scotia.  The discovery of a rich vein ot  silver six feet in width, is reported is Halifax County on the property of Miss Bessie Dunbrack,  who has had men employed for  the last three years searching for  the vein.   ; v  When all the big silver deposits are opened up at Cobalt, Gow-  ganda, Nova Scotia Greenwood,  and the West Fork o'f the Kettle  river, the Dominion of Canada  will be as famed for its silver  as it is for its tremendous deposits  of, copper. .     The Canadian Gazette contains  a notice that R.W. Brock,M.A.,.of  Ottawa, has been appointed a director of the geological survey.  Prof. Brock was for some time  connected with Queen's University, but did field work for the  geological survey. For a year  past he has been acting director  of  geological  survey.   He will  by several of the members. Carried that Summer was the best  time. A very enjoyable evening  was spent.  Two shifts are~HoW~' on at"ti|'e  Denoro mines,, development work  is now being carried on vigorously in the new shaft, and 150 tons  ot good ore is now shipped daily  to the Greenwood shelter.  O. T. Scott, the Ranch, is importing this week a, pan of Buff  Orpingtons which his brother  picked for him from the prizewinners at the Ontario Provincial  Winter Fair, He has also on the  road a pen of Buff Leghorns from  stock that has won almost everv-  thing in Chicago for several years  so tbat there should be some srood  stock in poultry at the Scott  ranch this coming season.  City Council,  At   the  Council   meeting  on  Monday evening alj th^membera _,  were present but Aid. Galley.  Communications"   were    read  fromG.R. Naden, M.B.P.," asl��>  ing for instructions^re^Manid-r'-v  pal Clauses Act;" from the .Pro-;,-,  viucial Secretary re fire alarm for  hospital; Dr. Fagan   asking  for  medical officer's report; B.C. Cops^f'  per Co. re water   service ; all  of * LL  which were ordered received and  2KSe~*sja  i 2A  -ySM-r  filed, the Clerk to an9wer;-p|R^^^  Naden, Provincial Secretary, attife'r^^  V;  -SV  S-88*  &.���*��&&.  Hi!  The   Finance   Committee xe%tH^  commended payment  of the following accounts: -.        ^  S. P. Dixon     -.$105.00  Greenwood City Water- \  works Co         L 138.95  HuoterrKendrick Co  A letter from the Fire- department -asking for a new stove was  referred to committee with* power to act.  On motion of Aldermen Wilson  and Fleming   By-law   135 rjmu&T;/,C^r:  read a first, second and, third Ume^^lilP  G. B. Taylor was appointed returning officer and E. Hallett  deputy returning officer at the  Municipal Election for 1909.  It was ordered that.. nominate  ions for Mayor, Aldermen and  School Trustees be held at the.  office of the Municipal Hall,  Greenwood, on January 11th, add  in case a poll is required such  poll be taken at the Municipal "V  Hall in the City of Greenwood,  on January 14th.      r  ."."t��_ak.>YiSJ%=*!  ffpbsss  f^|jS5>95  /i?Mi��  mm  mi  The shortest day in Dawson,  Yukon Territory, Dec. 21, "has 2  hours and 25 minutes of sunlight.  The longest day, June 21. has  21 hours and 35 minutes sunlight.  The services on Xmas day at  St. Jude's church werewelr-atten--  ded, and the church looked very  beautiful. The altar was vested  in a white silk frontal embroidered in gold and colors, and with  its polished brass cross, lighted  candles, and the four brass vases'  of white chrysanthemums, was  silent witness to the great fesij  val commemorated. Tbe siugqj  <>f the choir, accompanied bf  organ and violoncello was espel  ally good, and many favor as  remarks have beea heard t'uereon.  On Sunday, the 27 th, the Freemasons of Greenwood- and Phoenix lodges attended service in regalia at IL a.m., and in the evening a carol service was held,  which was well at'ended ; both  were also fully choral.  mi  "mm  m  ggf����i  Jauuir,-   ( ��'|,  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The followlsff table pl-rea the or* ifalpmtma nt Boundary mlmam for HM, lw, itfa, IMS. :  WW, 1��>C lWk,t��ff,)9(��aar*^rtad.totb��arwDwoodTlme��-���  Big Storm at the Coast.  On Christmas morning the  southern coast of B. C. was the  storm center of one of the fiercest  galas that has been experienced  in that district for years.  A great deal of damage was  don* to standing timber and Stanley park at Vancouver suffered  severely from the high   winds.  Dr. W. J.- McGuigan, M.D.,  LL.D., a prominent citizen and  former Mayor of Vancouver, is  dead, His funeral on Monday*  was attended by a representative  body of citizens and civic officials.  Cumbersome Orthography  Dr. Zath, superintendent of  education.has ordered such words  as honor, rigor, favor, etc., to be  spelled will with a "u" in the  new public school readers.  "We are following the English  spelling and accept the  imperial  dictionary as authority.   We are  act under A. P. Low, deputy min-   not Americans," he added signifi.  atorof mines, easily.  Hut.  Graabj Mine*.  Suowiboa   B.C. Copper Co....  .   Motbei Lode....  B.C. Mia*   Imai     Oro Dsasro.   Ilounle Belle..   Dom. CopfMc Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.  Idaho.   Rawhide   Snaut   Mono lain Rose.  Atbltstan   Morrison..   R. Bell..   Senator   Brey T��gia.   Ko. 37.   Reliance   Solahar Xing   Winnipeg   Golden Crown   King; Solomon   Bit Copper .. ......  No. 7 Mine..   City of Parla   Jewel   Riverside,   Carmi...:   8ally   Rambler   Batcher Boy........  Bnacaa.   Prorldeace-   Blkhern   Slrathmere.   Golden Bay le ...'.  Preaton.   Prise* Henry ....  Skylark   tiiat Chance   B. P. U. Mine.   Bay   Maria.   Don Pedro   Ceeecent   Helen   Baby..   R��<pnt��Hc_   M Iseelllaneeaa...  MOO       WI       1W        IWJ        1904        1*05       1906  M^St   2MVN3  -MMSI  ����,7U   5��.TW  ��SM��   WI.4M  aw    1,741   a-uoo   nj��  1*47      iota Waak  61 Wai 10,0*2,24* 10^36  8,43*   U5M1  J.W0  19.4*4  99flU   141^3*   m.V,9   174,398   147.576   1��,90C   208J31  l,i00  47,405  6S0  802  "sso  14411  t^30  19.3.5  22,937  1W37  37.960  16,400  9.485  3,007  20  1.4  114*4  3,177  7,45$     15.731  1^76  160  1.C40  875  666  2.090  360  150  TIB  635  403  890  219  5M>>  X331  560  363  32,340  3.070  3.250  1.754  4.586  3,450  332  364  33  55,731   140^89  3,960  3S.1W  3j056  4,747  14B3  36 AS  4a\390  3^58  1.7U  18J74  14.4U  43.295  U2&  64.1T3  31.370  31J5S  3l>7(,    3490  3(^2,034 10,623  :**��*������  &.c,��43     1.143  4^70  1L.971  3,450  390  ...9  649.  2,435  33  150  M*  79  30  145  993  400  167  30��  80  3j4s6  3ZS  500  .726  335  52  50  300  ��0  750  77��  150  20  535  699  25S  73  20  40  W  80  20  500  386  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  ".20  15  58*  45  90  40  7ttS--  30  55  60  34  130  .. .53  Total, ten* ���*��:)   3904��   501476 690.(19   829,868   933^481,1*1,5371,14*^237  Sautter treatatent���  Qraaby C*.    OJH   3��f��  3U^4S  4tl.9U   996,252   687.988   821479   637,63*  B.C. Copper Co       U7.6U   1��*00   1*2,911   21V,4B4   2l0.����   123440.341,953  Dem. Cop. Ce^. ���_     ���..    132^5) ;o    84,099  21*J��11   153,431  TttBl eedneed... ��3^9~346V��39   46o7��40   6*M��   837,666   982^77Ul^jWl^fiV^"   ':pSgS5  9*9.817:.-33je��J>  378,314    i:,247  32^42 ... %X'v7yy.  m&^;y  !^u^'-  %d&��Jy:y-  'kMM'  TH E  BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  : cp*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  S3  <p*  (?=**  ���Si  e?  ���s  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,009.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217.628.56 ���  Hon. President:   Lorn. Strathcona a*u Mookt Koyai.. G. C. M. I*.  Branches ill London, Eng. \ ctfJVStt. I BW York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available iu any part"of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  'tefl.  chasers are said to be acting for  the Great Northern Railway.  Colleries, Ltd., for $150,000 ca >1i  and $250,000 in stock.  It is probable that some of tbe  Fraser River canneries will not  receive licenses for 1909.  ���   Greenwood Branch, ~  Dr. McGuire is named as the  Conservative party whip in the  legislature in succession to Thos.  Taylor.  The Slocau-Cariboo Co., on  Willow river, haye closed d>wn  till spring.  A   shaft   will   be sunk on the  Kimberlov at Kamloops.  entering  pers  are  position  72 Years In Business.  A  erve  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  is as necessary for a  family as for a  company. The best  Reserve Funcl, for a family is a snug sum of  money in a strong Bank.  Begin  your Savings  Account   now in the  Bank of British North America.  Deposits of $i.oo and upwards received and  Interest added Four Times a Year.  Greenwood Brancfo-wH. F. STOW, Manager.  Building at Fernie bas made remarkable progress and by spring*  the town will have a more substantial appearance than before.,  A silvtr belt neveu iniUs in  length is reported from Gowi^an-  da, O-it.  E. W. Monk, manager of the  Nelson branch of the Hamilton  Powder Co., has gone to live at  Montreal.  The Ktn'^st'm tunnel at Hartley has broken through the d ke  and has encountered a body of  ore.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary PTblic.  .  Cable Address:      ���' Haixbtt.'V  I Bedford M'Neill's  Codf.s < Moreing & Neat's  I Leiber*s  GmehwOOO, B.O  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In tlie  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning bretbern.  S. STORER D. A. MACDONALD  N. G. V. G.  A. JAYNES, Rec. Sec.  Cbc  Boundary CrceR Times  Issued Every Tridav  Millar & Davioson, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAR -       -     , Manaosf    V  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  .  Pub Ybak    2 0��  Six Months  t 25  To FORRION CODHTRIBS- 2 50  . ii urn.' ��� m  i      n  FRIDAY.  JANUARY 1, 1909  French protectionists have  sbown extreme hostility to' the  proposed trade treaty and as Canada is not prepared to offer further concessions at present it is  probable that tbe treaty will not  be ratified until after tbe French  tariff revision takes place.  Negotiations with Germany in  regard to thc sur-tax have also  been postponed,- though the matter will undoubtedly be adjusted  in the near future.  Restrictions of trade are a hindrance to commerce, and at best  the sur-charges on German goods  are only a retaliatory measure  which appears to have served its  purpose.  in those distant days there were  people who recognized the possibilities of the Canadian Northland.  The Observer is a bright new  weekly published at Revelstokr  under the dirpction of E. A. Hag-  gen.  The mirc-intile tn iri e c> _  tracts under way iu Euro; ean  yards will consume 57.00C 0)0  1 is of copper within a year.  The total revenue fmm Chinese  immigration for the fiscal year is  $365,000. of which amount B.C.  receives $345,000.  BlllbS Seeds, Trees.  p^nts for Fall  Alphonse Verville, M.P., President of the Dominion Trades and  ��  Labor Congress, says that the  sentences imposed upon officials  of the Ameiican Federation of  Labor will probably be enforced  as American capital had decreed  that Mr. Gompers should go to  jail.  The Provincial Government  having lost its appeal "to the full  court in the fisheries ease will  now carrv the case to the Priyy  Council, and provide a pleasant  trip tor some of the local cabinet  who hav�� not been., to England  for several months.  It is now declared by the American press that Tommy Burns  always was a Canadian anyhow  Tommy will be permitted to assume his real name ence again  and to retire te his native country,  where amid the green fields and  the murmuring streams he should  be fairly happy with his quarter  million dollars.  Once again the man who has  yielded to the persuasion of his  many friends announces that he  will be a candidate for the peren.  nial municipal honors.  The C.P.R. trains known as  numbers 1 and 2 "Imperial Limited" will be discontinued after  Januarv 1st.  J. S. H. Matson, of Victoria,  has been elected a Fellow of tbe  Royal Geographical Society.  Chief Chamberlin of the Vancouver police, was presented with  a life-size portrait of himself by  the members of the force.  The Vancouver Board of Trade  is asking the Dominion Government for more fisheries cruisers  for the North Pacific Coast.  Five car-loads of Christmas  presents arrived in, Vancouver  from England in one afternoon.  CatP!��er Planting  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  COMMON SENSE  i most intelligent people to use only  jlnes of Vnown composition.   There:  Dr. Pierce'u medicines, the  ich print every Ingredient  hem upon the bottle wrap-  Hs correctness under oath,  ng in favor.    Tho com-       Pierce's medicines is open  to pwryhfvivVnr. P'erce being desirous  nf h.-vvii-if? thp-swiiTh. light of inv.estiga.;  ���noa turned fully upon his formulae, lx*i.<���;;  conndtTrH that (lie better the_c^irij)ojkjv'-;  ol UiesoTmedlcUies is known ~t)_ic mov--  will then7^o"atnu^V��_njeritsJ2SJ*a&o;.',,  njzed. Being whoilymade of the active  medicinal principles extracted from na  tive   forest  roots,   by   exact,  processc:  original with Dr. Pierce, and without thc  uso of a drop ot alcohol, triple-refined and  chemically pure glye'erino being used in  *tead in extracting and preserving tin  .-.arative virtues residing in tho rooi.  employed, tboso medicines are entire!j  free from the objection or doing ban  by creating an appetite for cither a!  ;oholic beverages or habit - formin;  Jrugs.    Examine the formula on tlu-i-  "^bottle wrappers���tho samo as sworn to 1 >  Dr. Pierce, aud you will find that hi  "Golden Medical Discovery," tho gre;.I  blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bow.*  ���jcgulajpr���tho medicine which, while noi  recommended to euro consumption In ii..*-  advanced stages (no medicine will do'that,  yet docs cure all those catarrhal conditions of head and throat, woaU stomach,  torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weal;  lungs and haug-on-eoughs, which, lf-no:*:'  lected or badly treated lead up to unil  Anally terminate in consumption.  Take the "Golden Medical Discovery '  In Um�� and it Is not lik'ely to disappoint  you if only you givo it a thi/routjh ar.d  fair trial. Don't expect miracles. It  won't do supernatural things. You must  exeraise your patience and persevere in its  use for a reasonable length of timo to got  Its full benefits. The ingredients of which  Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed have  the unqualified endorsement of scores o!  medical leaders���better than any amount  of lay, or non-professional, testimonials.  They are not given away to be experimented with but are sold by all dealers lo  AT THE CHURCHES  HANDBOOK.  (Now Edit ion   j-sMir'a'March, 1908.)  K.*>> :   Ocf-v  Presbyterian���Service* will h?~c< n  ducted mornitif,'-and evenitic", 11 a in.  and 7 30 p m. Rev. M I) McK"o. P.is-  tor. /'::������ i'   -. �� ."'  ->eo  P:icres :   1223.-  The   C<ip|*' r* Ituius'ry   <f . tl-e | jj a_  \\ ori<!. ;   '  Covering,; C'-pper.History . Hou'en." .  (J. (i(,"iipli ��� . i'li'iN.-ky. N.'iuerale-lit.v.  VHn'itiir, Miliii'tf. l.<a<:binff Sinfltitiy.  Ii.'eliiii:ii.'. lira ��� (is. GraeKs, Impurities,  All.-iys, Uses, Sihii i! lUc'-.Termiinilc^y  Dep'stts by Oistri' ts. St'tites,Countries  .end C". i>lii'c-n!!~. Miuo.-s in I'ctail, Statistics cf PrwhiCi'in, C^otlsimipli' n.ini  ports. Export.-, Fiii.tn,*es, Dividends,  eic.  Tlie Copper-Hand book is concededly  the  '0  Mimiowsr -R.-v R. J Kmb.-i f .r l  will ccirditrl scivoi". hk u>iial dt  Met'nortist (.'hurcb mcrrm-i. j���{| {iv, ���,  Services evr-ry Siunl.i\, inc<rrnntr'aridl  Suiifiay 9< Ih.oI st a  They are not given away to be experimented with but are sold by all "'"  medicines at reasonable prices.  RSERIES  Arlington Hotel  I MINES AND MINING 1  a a  The Nug*get mine has sent out  another brick which weighs 300  ounces.  Shipments of coal have commenced over the new spur to the  Royal mines at Lethbridge.  F. A. Hettize having won his  appealed suit with the C.P.R.  over tbe 800,000 acre Columbia  Western grant will have Reveral  years yet in which to select bis  halt of the graund.  All of which will continue to  retard the development of the  country, and constitutes a most  conviacing argument against the  British Columbia habit of alien-  ,atittg the public domain:  Thomas F. Ryan, financier, on  -the advice of his physicians has  -resigned from the directorate of  thirty-four different corporations,  but he still holds important posi-  rions. There was a time when  Tom had only one little job and  it,took 14 hours of his daily time  to attend to, it.  Foot-prints   50,000   year's old  ���were found in the clay beds under  Toronto Bay. The fact that they  .all pointed north, stows fchalj'even  Montreal is en fete with an old-  time ice-carnival despite the opposition of some who would make  believe that the St. Lawrence is  in the Pomegraua te belt.  The experience of Emma Goldman in B.C. should convince even  Emma herself that anarchy is  not even a topic of interest with  the Canadian people.  Hon. Mr. Pugsley has stated  that owing to the decline of revenue there will be a curtailment  in the expenditure for public  works.  PjROVINCIAL ITEMS^n  Revelstoke has put on the lid.  Joseph Martin, K.C., will go to  England to practise law.  Bye-elections will be held in  Nanaimo aad Revelstoke on January 9 th.         A number of Moagolian pheasants will be turned loose at Harrison river.  Fruit growers of Summed and  are organizing a company to build  a cannery.  A transfer of False Creek waterfront has been made at Vancouver for  $350,000.    The   pur-  Reports of a tremendously rich  strike in tbe Innoko country has  caused a stampede from Nome.  Two miners employed at the  Columbia mine, Cobalt, were  killed by the breaking of a bucket  rope while thev were descending  the shaft.  The Ontario Government has  withdrawn from prospecting and  leasing an area of 140 miles in  extent in the Gowganda district  about 50 miles north-west of Cobalt,  The Arlington is centrally  located, warm rooms, jj-ood  meals and a Bar stocked  with the best Liquors  and Cigars.  C. A. Dempsey, Prop.  O^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOB-tOtf^O^  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shingles,. Bricks.  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  CKVCW>0<KH>0<>000000<>000<>0,-><>00  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & 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.  CATHOl.lc.~-Chur.-h of the K.kcp-.l  Heart.���Divino .<-trVi,< -jM, t|,ltcI��T>rt  fourth Sunday in ��a,h month. Holy  mass at 10 a. in ; vipers and benediction nt 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p m. Rf.v. .7. a. rtfcp^Rr-.,). M. j,  uaMttir.  The   Miner   needs   the book for the  facts it gives him regartli'      Geology,  Mining, Copper Dcp-sit    -    .  Copper!  Mines.  The Metallurgist needs the book for  the facts it gives htm regarding copper milling, leaching, sm��Hi g, and  refining.  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it conta'ns. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and geri  ��� eral information on one hand, with  ! thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the-40  pa^es of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of tbe book to each-and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5 00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal  money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage chatges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if if suits. Can  you afford uot to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Church of Engiand (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morninp and evening.  Matins, U a. m. Evensr>nRV7:3o p^tn.  Sunday school. 10 am Hjly'C>tn- '  mnnion, 1st Sunday at 8 a. m; oilier  Sundays   after Matins at   11 a. m;  Saints*   Day services as announced  in   Church.  Rev. P Vernon Venables, Vic  'icar.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. C  DARiNTS who wUh  to secure for  *     their daughter the benefits   of   a  solid and refined education will do well;  to consider the advantages the Con-f'  vent School. Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and   comniod "      '  ious and a large  number  of Boarders  can be accomodated.    The  School   is   <���*>'  superintended and taught  by the Sis'-  teis, who   have   much   experience   in  training and educating children.  The courseof study coraprisea-Chriat-  ian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography, \  Send no' Arithmetic, English and Canadian  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vbcal and Instrumental Music, French   and Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to��� '  Sistsr Superior, S*. Josbph's Schooi,  Nblson, B. C.  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHETvDO NBUIL.DING, HOUGH-  '��� . TON, MICH., U.S.A.  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland Linen, can be had'at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to"  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday.  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further particu  lars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  The Gallagher   at   Ainsworth  reports a good strike of ore.  The Reco mine at Sandon is  busy rawhidiag, and claim to  have 3 feet of high-grade ore.  The Lucky Jim, one of tbe  well-known shippers of silver-  lead in former days is said to have  been sold to the Standard Oil.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  ESTATE OF JOSEPH A. DEVLIN.DECEASED'  ALL Creditors aud others havlnp n'aims  ag-ainst the Est itc of Joseph A. iMvlin,  late of the Town cf Westbridge 3nd Jny of  Greenwood, British Columbia, Deceased re required on or before the Thirty-first day ��i January, i"o9, to send by mail or deliver to J lines.  Poggi, Esquire, Executor, in care of the undersigned, full particulars in waiting u- such  claims, verified by affidavit or statu'<>tv de  claration setting but the nature and amount  thereof and the nature and amount of tie security, if any held by them.  ANDTAKE NOTICE that after theBi>:.l 'late,  the said Executor will proceed to district te the  assets of the said Deceased  amongst Hi se entitled thereto, having regard only to tli  claims  of which he shnll then have notice.  Dated this 22nd day of December, A.D. 1.-03.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Rendell Block, Sreenwo��l. B. C.  Solicitor for the said Executor.  HntAl  11VIV1   o    ���    ��  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  McCLUNG and GOODEVE, Proprietors.  Finest Furnished House in the. Boundary a  Steam Headed.   Lighted   throughout   with electric lights,    f  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-t��-date goods.- *  FIRST CUSS CAFE, 0PEH DAY AND NIGHT  ��  T. J. Smith has effected a transfer of the Diamond Vale properties" in Nicola Valley to a new  company styled the Diamond Vale  The Name of  Black Watch  On a Tag on a Plug of  Black Chewing Tobacco  Stands lor Quality.  2273  MORTGAGE SALE.  TAKE NOTICE that under and byMrlu.-tof  a certain Mortgage from' Fred Forest  Travis, which will be produced at the lime of  sale, there will be offered for sale b.. public  auction by James S. Birnie, Depnty Sbo. i .T, ln  front of the Court Honse.at Greenwood, iiritish  Columbia, on Wednesday, tbe-Twentieth day  of January, 1909, at Eleven o'clock in llie fore  noon, the following valuable Residei: <��� Property ln the City of Greenwood, B.C., n iiiely:  Lot One in Block J, as shown on Map -���' jrty-  Six.  The property is well located at the cirner of  Mill and Gold Streets and upon the lot U said  to bp a large and well builtdwelling ho.i..:.  For further particulars apply to  JOHN  D. SPENCE,  Mortgagees' Solii iior,  Rendell Block, Greeuwou.i, B.C.  Dated this 21st day of December, 1908.  NOTICE.  IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND RE  ACT. RE LOT 20. BLOCK 8, PL  CITYOFGREENrVOOD.  WHEREAS proof of th�� loss of Cei  of Title Number 1252a to the abov  tioned lands, issued in the name of Chri  Wood, of the City of Greenwood in the  of Yale, has been filed in this office ; n.  hereby given that I shall at the expira  one month from the date of the firetpnl.  hereof, issue a duplicate of said certi:i  title unless in the meantime valid obje.  made to me in writing'.  Dated at Land  Registry Office, Ka  this 17th day of December, 1908.  W. H. EDMONI  District  Br  ���I3TRY  VA 21  ii ficate  : meu-  -tipher  County  H ce is  ion oi  ! icalion  ca.e of  Hon be  :nloops,  S.  gistrar  Get   your   Job Printing at the  Times' Office.  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OL,A LOFSTAD .   Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant caro it>  Fail and Winter weather. They wi!'  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh'i  Coosutnption Que, the Lung Tonic, an(J  . what it has done for so many ? to is .said  lo be the only reliable remedy for ail  diseases of die air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  lake. It U guaranteed to aireor your money  is returned.. The price k 25c per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 314  SHILOH  Tfeiansdy should be merely household.  Subscribe for The Times  "KV'~i;l,.->  Will be attended to promptly  ?   at this office   .    ��    .    /*  This office is replete tyitb everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  work being done with neatness and despatch  if  if  if  if  if  *  if  Dlectric current   supplied   for  if -"+;  *;   t  Power, lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous j < ��� r j  service for operating.  : : :  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money SM  mw:>&'  "'���Cr <*. r"   "  fl !JJ* -��-    '  THE BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  4/  ��<\  GENERAL NOTES  This j ear's  North-west  wheat  crop is valued at $72,420,000.  The   Portland   polic   believe  thev have tlie O.K.&  N. robbers.  vim  KETTLE VALLEY FRUIT  L ANDS=  '  I-  7  m wm n ugh El]  ���\:-tt.:-^ti-:;'a^w--'-iTom'n^-:tha experience of  thousands leads t��o one definite conclusion���  that, the surest way to relief is The Zam-Buk way! iurely you  believe that, nature provides somewhere, a cure for all nature's ills!  Zam-Buk is the refined and concentrated essences of healing herbs��� nature's  balm. Theoretically it. should be good. Analysts and doctors agree  on this. Practically as well as theoretically it. is gcod. Thousands  of people in four continents bear tesi imo ivy.   Read these cases ���:���  Mrs. Wm. Hughes, of 253. Hcclx-lnj a Mnt-i, lit chcln^a, Montrenl, says:���"I  suffered from blind, hcliinjj, and proiiudiiijj pilis l(.r itais. S011.etin.es tr^ey were  so bad that I could hardly bear to move abi ut. 'I he ii.tlnn.nisition, the burning  smarting pain, the throbbing, tho aching, the ovcr-| ow<ring feelings (if riulntss and  dark despair which this ailment brings, the sl�� otiiij; spaMiis of atony���all were so  .terrible that only tulT-Tcis from, this awful aiiimut 1 an uixkrstaiid ! '  Bad a�� this case..was. Z un-Buk iriuiiijihoi. and Mis.Hugie* sufTrrs no longer.  Mrs. E. Boxail, ol Scott Strsi;!, St. 'J h< n.a-, n=.\si :���"in months wiihOut cess-a-  tion I endnreil great pain from bleeding |>ilc*. V 1 &�� mmiy ir< n lis 1 tried 1 vm thin-j  which I thought would give mc ease, but in the ttul ci.~) iriied nnd t> ill sufltiing I  gave in."   . ���  Then it was she heard nf Znm- Buk. and ihe ai'd's :���" Alihouph I feared Zam-1'uk  would be like the ordinary remc its ��� u-eltss ��� I Mu ^lud il wrsnet. It srx.npiovciliisell  to be very different. It rapid y i;;iv�� me'relief, aim nlnra tin e cuied 11 e completely.  I would like to lit all suff.-rer.s from |>ili-s km.w v hat a'^rai d ll.ing Zam-Buk is."  Mr. Thos. Carr, of Ellesm-re Street, Rtiiuorn, tays :���" I first bej>an to ������ufferfrom  piles through sitlinij; on damp grass one mnimcr, mid for yiars I endured agony from  thin terrible complaint. Sometimes I would be btrlru'dinfor a* 1 ng as a month at a  stretch. Yet, to-day, I never suffer from piles! ' Zam-Buk cured me, to stay cured,  and I bless the day I first tried it 1 "  So one could go on quoting case after case and it is by working such cures that  Zam-Buk has earned for itself its great reputation.  Now if you suffer from this tenibly painful ailment just be guided by the foregoing  I ca-es I    Don'tdelay 1    I>on't was-le'time on things said to be "just as good."   Get  lhe real genuine Ztm-BuV and start out on the way to health!  j     Six hundred entries f-r  h-ime-  ; steads were   made   at   Mo 'sej-tw j  .ion Dec. 23.  j    Caracas the cnpital   of   Vuve  zuela, has beeu in a state   of rio*  , since the accession   to power   of  Gen. Gomez,  Zam-Buk is a cure also for cold-son-s, and chapped cracked hands, ulcers, festcrinpiorej, blood-  powimii'ir, tcima, bad lep, ringworm, scalp sores, burns,   scalds,  auJ'all skin diseases and injuries.  ���  AU druggists and stores at 50 c. a box, or post free from Zam-Buk  ,, Co., Toronto, for price; 3 boxes for #1.35.  Cut out attached coupon and mail w.th ic. sta up (to pay return  ' postage) to Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, together with name ?nd date of  ' this paper and a Free Sample box will be sent you.  FREE BOX  COUPON.  f.  THE   GREAT   SKIN-CURE  sHBHomnmnn '  ft  M(D>ffl����iF  Pg&p��IFo  cik**  is the ��� Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  g��| Mining District.  .�����*.  t The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  % The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  *[[ Subscribe For, Adver ���  tise In, Send, Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper,  The sentence of Abe Ruef for  bribery at San Francisco,' has  again been postponed.  M93  F; W. Hirst, editor of the London Economist, advises the English farmer with small capital to  buy farms in Ontario in preference to the prairies.  'The inquiry into the Marine  department at Ottawa has been  concluded and Mr. Justice Cassels  expects to have his report ready  *  soon after parliament opens next  month.  CANADIAN  ���,7'\.-7l^:A:&i^7l���i:  R A I L W A Y  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Low Round Trip Pates to  ONTARIO,  MARITIME  OUEBEC   AND  PROVINCES  Hatchet-men, the emissaries of  Chinese secret societies, are blamed for the recent Chinese murders  iu Winnipeg.  Disclosures show that Pitts*  burg municipal officers received  bribes ranging from $5 to thousands.  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles-cMid'toay on CSP.% 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20 ��� c/lcre Lots, with water rights  $or particulars apply to T>. R.   Tait,  Midway.  Hostilities between Holland  aud Venezuela have ceased and  orders have been issued for the  Dutch fleet to withdraw.  Creek Cimes  In the Buck Stove and Range  Co. against the American Federation of Labor, Samuel Gom pers  was sentenced to 12 months,  John Mitchell to 9 months and  Frank Morrison to 6 mouths for  placing the Buck Company on  the "unfair list."  jGen.-Gomez has formed anew  government in Venezuela and that  wealthy little country will probably enjoy an era of peace and  prosperity.  The parliament of Japan, is in  session. ��� ."���  The Western Soap Corporation  is composed of the largest soap  manufacturers in Winnipeg,  Calgary and Vancouver.  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  I  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  Tii-kpin on *al�� Itoeinlitr 1 lo free 3t,  inclu��tvv. (rood !���> roturti within   three  month)*.  TicWetB ir��ut-rl in   connection   Atlantic  S'enni.hip   liu��iii<-8��   will   lie on   s;��le  from Nov 2l.iufl limited to five months  ��� ruin date of issue.  Finest Equipment. 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Saskatchewan is agitating for  a portfolio in the Dominion Cab.  inet. -y  ;   ;���.  ���' .���"  The Sultan of Turkey opened  parliament in person and absolute rule is at an end. in that country.  The Doukhobors of the N.W.  are contemplating an hegira te  Southern California or Mexico.  The capacity of the Atlantic  cables is 300,000,000 words annually.  Only 25,000,000 are sent.  The first session of the British  parliament under Premier Asquith  has come to a close.  The Smithsonian Institute is  uncovering a" prehistoric buried  city near Florence, Arizona.  Jack Johnson, negro pugilist,  won the championship belt from  Tommy Burns in the 14th round.  Range  mm  REDUCES   THOSE  BAKING   HOURS!  Why have an oven  sufficient only for three  pies when "Sask-alta"  Range oven will take  four pies and other  cooking? The more  baking1 space you have  ���the less fuel you use���the less work you do.  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of expense in the kitchen.  r "Sask-alta"  Range saves both for you.  LcitfoMeronto, Montreal Wiaiils^V8M��uvw,8t<lstiavHanrtltss>Cclfaiv  For Sale By  THE   HUNTER-KENDRICK  CO.,   LTD  ������<  J  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and. The Farm and Ranch Review, Cab  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910,  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Snyeopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY  even-numbered section   of  Dominion "  Lands In Manitoba, Saricatchewan and  Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, maybe nomeiteaded bv any person who ia the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years ol  age, to the extent of one-qnarter section <>f 150  acres, more or less,  Application for entry must be made in person  by tbe applicant at a Dominion Land A gene  or Sub-aireacj for the district in -which the land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an intending homesteader.  Duties���1. At least six monti'S' residence  upon aad cultivation of the land in each year  for three years.  2. A homesteader may, If he so desires, per  form the required residence duties by living on  farming, land owned ��olely-by him, not less  than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of his hon estead. He may also do so by living  with father or mother, on certain condition  joint ownership Id land Will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intending to perfortu his  residence duties in accordance with the above  ���while living with parents or on farming land  owned by himself must notify the Agent for the  district of such intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this  ad  .vertlsement will not be paid for.  WORTH TAKING I  OnaoaoMllaidS^tnotDaiidellaa;  One otatoe Oonponnd Stlsion t  Four oanoM Oomponnd Syrup  Sa��*paiin��,   , ��� ������    ^  Mind ��ad tekae in UttspooaM  dona altar ��*ch mad ud at bedtime,  is proaouiced by ft prominant pbyai.  cjaa tob* tha wit mixture for the  ��m at aha kidney, bladder,. aad all  urinaiy troubles.  ��� ��� r ITiia aaya Una dootor, is the most _  ;   simple tbonglh remarkaUa pretcrip* ���  ,,   tion arar  writtam to aleanaethe '  < ��� - entaai. al.' iafMalhi aavd ��� waste '  ' , aUttor. ���Uaaa��Mmtmnmaa*fBlf^  , Viai'tiia'UdBnW'inintkM^  ' ���   eat the aa)ia aua\ amaaa.aaar��m- .  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Much of the left-over fi>otl ytj/.s"tic^i'.^,���*.-,,,  throw out can be turned ititii dt-iMS*.'-'^K  cious dishes by tlio ai!ditid:�� of U ':~'7yi  little Bovril. :.\7:.'77~  It gives warmed-over rnivjtj-'ibQ-  ���-  juiciness of the orijjin-ii cooking-."- ���' '���:.��������� ���'.?'.���  It gives body aud^strcnrjt'.i tj> soaja"-'.-,. -  and gravies.  It gives a delicious, 'r-iijusr-V Sa*"'*  to cold meats and bti^hpa.   ;        ���>   '  Every day you will End Soyr'.l a iiLlii ���.-'.���  and an economy it)  yciir kilchcnu'  Bovril contains thc essence, f.avox  and nutrient substance of the Vviry \  best beef.     It gives_ strength and  nourishment to the invalid, aad bo1p��;  fulness and economy ta ;th* cook. ]:  All jood grocers sell BOVRIL  yy��s^��  ''���Jt'S" ���-��� K.XiS&M  ������������.-������.-/ ."������; y-i-.ms-ii  >yi?.^ ������-$**  .:; ^;,^-,.'-':.'%-<if  r.'',,.-;*::i'^g ���<����*?.<  KV*  <b  ';;  ���Vrf*:-,.,. _,,  '.-a.*"  W77  $$'-���"  m-7  r^re^ier stocked in  several lines and to  0r^uce-our"stbcU^: we��� are ; offering the  f ollow-  - ing goods at greatly reduced Prices. Gommen-  cine DecY lOtb arid continuing until Xmas Eve.  suits:  '   -��� .^ V     .          .  &20        SUITS  SfB  18  13  16      ,y ���������'���-������:.���:  12  ts       ;;  11.25  12.5Q."'���:. :.\. ������������-���  9  70      -   ".;���������:������  T.50  hats:  5.50Hats. Stetsons, 4.50  4,SO j.���"-,.:"���'.. 3.50  3.00 ; ." "2.25  2.QO       "   .';'-' /SO  A full line of FancvvDress Shirts, ���  : Reduced from $3:00 to 1.50  '������"���-'77-f-���.������/..  "     *,,,;: $1.50 to 1.00  A special line of Heavy Underwear,  Regular $3.00 now 2,25 a suit, all sizes,   from  34 to 46,    .  Any Sweater in the house at 25 per cent discount.  Miner's nailed shoes,,  ���-.....-. ', $6.00 and 5.50 lines for 4,00  $4 00   ,,      ,,  3,00  'la  i  n  i  1  I  I  i)   We have-the largest stock of crockery in the  I   Boundary District, and will give you a chance   jj  ���is    to get it cheap.                      ;;     ....": u  v)7 All our 97 piece dinner sets, regular "  ]'-. _ $18.00 now $13.50  A nice Blue Design Gold traced patterns, 106  pjeces^regular' " -7 $20.00 now $15.00.  Anew Ivine White Gold traced Patterns 106  pieces regular $20.00 now $15.00  :AHBihe of China, which we will sell at big reduction. Also a beautiful Line of .carvers for  Xmas Turkey.         '   ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES  ��  1)  OU  '*  U  I  i  i  it  ?!  ?!  .?!  ?!  ?!  fl  *<s  >>  Imported Direct.  li W. Burmester's ���s.Port v^EB6!!  ������.. only in cases and bottled  ;    at the Lodges at. Oporto, Portugal;  f hfrc1il.a,,      ^ %WVfruity Sherry, bottled  Byass y Ca., Jerez de la Frotv  .tera, Spain.  Burgundies,  Clarets, etc.  <<  00.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  g&*W<2'V,J��  ||||f||lp*  H  H%��ffil  &^B^eau|e It is cheaper and better than soap,  PS*  I^^Pe^seit^cleanes quicker, and easier than soap.  |'��_3lS_WK^^vvv^5'^s.;'^;��:^,vi'si ���'   '-    v .-        ' r  Smmmmmm Hands.  Iff! i^SI#^#i��^_B'^^  e|iiiriaty^ither_^soft and clean.  ���}ybjj%rill never be with ont it.  a Tin.  '���'V j'-^*s  .- i  ���'���^''-^/.-.^vrSac'.j..  ^���-������';':.v?:ii:^^^.;  a��'^^'r^^^^^t^^^^^x:f'i.-^^'jfii'-s *  ��-aife;^^g��-^S%_if^^^^ _J^a-j:-^ -  Phone 16.  T Barclay, of B*  is on a businessHrip to the coaH  B. Wbitmarah, ^ot-| Spokane,  spent the holidays with his.sister,  Mrs. Judge.Brown.   |;  Aid. T.M, Gulley is away on  an extended trip but .is expected  back for tjie nominations.  Mr. &��Mrs Duncan ^Ross, have  gone to reside in Vancouver.  A. L. White   is   on   a trip  Hedley and  other  points in the  SimilkameeB.  E. R. Redpath, local C.P.R.  Agent;, returned last Thursday  from Niagara JiTalls.  S. Moore; B.A , who has been  teaching the Boundary Falls'  school, will take charge of the  school at Nakusp at the first of  th* year.  W. S. Torney, of Eholt was "in  town on Tuesday.  A. H. Borton and R. E. Raver,  of the Bell Mining- Co., Beaverdell, are registered at the Imperial.  C. H. Handashyde, of the Bell  Mining Co., will leave fo'r Denver in a few days and will go to  Edinburgh, Scotland, before he  returns early in February.  John Mulhern, of the City fire  department, has gone to Ontario,  to visit his father who is ill at  the great age of 95.  C.H. Archibald, contractor of  Fernie, is visiting his family in  Greenwood. ���  Mrs. G. A. Rendell, of Eholt.  is visiting in the city.  Mrs. Jack Campbell is visiting  her sister, Mrs. Howard Moore.  Julius Ebrlich, formerly local  manager for.P. Burns & Cof, has  in addition to his business at Colfax, acquired a lease on the Colville brewery.  '.. *  Mrs. W. G. McMynn entertained at an old-year party yesterdsy  evening.     , "      /  L^he Chinook of. the firsfeof the  week h'ae ch an ged to zero wea t h e r.  This season's Christmas trade  ia Greenwood wns very much Letter than last year.  J'The drawing for the Sympl- v-i-  ium ati McRae Bro*3,. will t ike  place Saturday night at 8 o'cl ck.  The Cinderella club held an enjoyable dance in the Auditorium  on Wednesday evening.  Snap is a harmless antise t'c  and effective cleaner tor thehu ��� (is  and may be had at A. h- White's.  On Christmas night a Phoc u'x.  man was dragged behind bis cutter from the Ladysmith hotel to  the upper end of the town and escaped nnhurt.  After the first of the vear  the Windsor Cafe . will be. in  charge of the proprietors McCI ung  and Gondeve, and W. H. --M *ore  will retire from the business.  The Bell miue on Wallace  mountain reports the discove y of  a stringer of rich ore.  Full line of office and pn ket  diaries for 1909 at Coles' li >i>k-  store.  ; A new provincial police district  known as the Boundary district,  has been formed and will embrace  the territory comprised wi bin  the electoral riding of G "ind  Forks, Greenwood and Sim; ka-  meen and will be formed from  portions of the present provi cial  police dtstricts of Vernon, K -m-  lpops and Nelson.  Get. your Job Printing at the  Times' Office.  ELECTION NOTICE.  Corporation of the City of Greenwood  PUBLIC NOTICE is liercbyifci'ven to the elector* of the Municipality of the City of  Greenwood, that I require tW presence of the  said electors at the City Hali id the City of  Greenwood on tue 11th day of January, 1909,' at  12 o'clock noon, for the pnrpnRe of electing persons to represent them in the Municipal Council  as Mayor and Aldermen, andfor the purpose of  electing one person as School Trustee for the  Greenwood City School District.  The mode of nomination of Candidates shall  be  as follows: a  Tke candidates shall be nominated Inwrltthjr;  thc writinpr shall be subscribed by two voters of  the Municipality as proposer and seconder, aud  shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at  any time lietween the date of the notice and 2  p.. iu. of the day of tbe nominal ion,' and in the  event of a poll being- necessary, such poll will  be opened on the 14th day of January, A. D. 1909  between the hours of 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. at the  said City Office, of which every person Is hereby required to take notice and povern himself  accordingly "^  QUALIFICATIONS!  The persons qualified to be nominated for and  elected as Mayor of the City shall be such persons as arc male British subjects of the full ajre  of twenty-one years, and are not disqualified  under any law, and have been for the six  mouths next proceedlng-the day of nomination  the registered owner, in the Land Reg-lstry  Officeof land or real property In the city of the  assessed value on the last municipal assessment  roll of One Thousand Dollars or more, over and  above any registered judgment or charge and  who are otherwise duly qualified as municipal  voters.  The persons qualified to lie nominated for and  elected as Aldermen of said Cily, shall be such  persons as are male British Subjects of the full  age of twenty-one years, and are not disqualified  underany law,and   have been   for six mouths  next proceeding the day of nomination the  reg-  glstered owner, in the Land Registry  Office, of  laud or real property in tiie city of the assessed  value, on the last Municipal Assessment roll of  live hundred dollars or more over and above any  registered judgement or charge, and who are  otherwise duly qualified as muntcip.il voters ������  Any ihtkou. being a householder in the Green  wood Cily School District   and being a Uritish  Subject (if the full age of twenty-one years and  ntlierwlM1 qualified by the Public School Act to  vote al an Klectlon of School  Trustees in  the  said Sclioof District is qualified to be nominated  for and elected as School Trustee.  Given under my hand at Greenwood this 31st  dav of December, A. V. 190S.  G. H. TAYLOR,  Returning Officer.  The Phoenix R^yal Minstrels  will give a dance on New Year's  night.  P- Burns & Co. will establish a  meat market in the lo/rec town at  Phoenix  Mrs. H. McCutcheon entertained fchd members of th�� Presbyterian church choir 01 Tuesday evening.  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-rooni House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply K H. Mortimer.  J. M. Doyle has heen appointed  district manager of Mess* s. P.  Burns & Co's numerous branches  in the interior, with headquarteis  at Nelson, arid will shortly leave  Revelstoke for that city.  The Sacrament of the Lord's  Supper will be dispensed next  Sabbath at the Presbyterian  church at the morn mg service.  Ia the eveuing there will be a  song service. Mrs. S. E. Belt  will sing a solo.  Oa Weknesday, Dec. 24ih, Mr.  Elmore Cdlier, of Greenwood,  and Miss Amy Miud" Kaines, of  Midway, were married in the  parlor of the Pacific Hotel, by  the Rev. F. V Venables, Vicar  of St. Jude's church. Mr. and  Mrs. Collier left for a month's  trip to the Coast cities.  Aldermen Wilson and Mortimer  have announced tbeir intention  tion to retire from the municipal  field," but though +he elections  will take place in two week's  time there is very little doing in  civic politics*  Wintry Days,  To: our CjisMiers.  } The partnership of W hhe ^ros., - Druggists-and Opticians,  is to be dissolved in January, when Mr. R. C^G/.White will retire  from the business. " ."~\yy~?y, 'y' '���".'���:���"  -;In order to materially reduce our "Stock   before that  time we  offfjr you on cash sales  | DISCOUNT OF   25 PER CENT.  ���>    "��������� .. :' \ ',''"'-. ���  on ithe  follovying lines of superior goods:  Leather Goods, Fancy GooJs, Rubber   Goods, Trusses ; Brushes  ,,-J. from Brush-sets  x> Children's Tooth Brushes.  Perfumes���Roger   and   Ga!'?t,    Piver,  Dufort, Crown Perfumery,  ,i Seely's and Colgate's.  Toilet Articles���Atomizers,  Manicure; Sets and Instruments, Razors  and ^Strops,   Mirrors,   Sponges, Combs and Soaps in great variety.  V     Shdw-drift Cold Cream 15, cents, two for 25 cents  Druggists & Opticians  PATRONIZE  HOME  INDUSTRY, AND  SMOKE THE  fli onograi lis and Records  I Nothing cot: id be more suitable  |        for a Clr istmas present  CIGAR  HAVANA    FILLED.  :^..-~.y.,<y.y_.*mt��MaaEsaaaBas&&**aa  ��  T.THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR....  CLOTHES CLEANED,  PRESSED AND REPAIRED ������� �����;    ���-  Agent for the* Blaine Bros.,  Co., L/iraited. -  We have the Columbia Disc,  | The Edison Cylinder and the  \ Columbia Inlestructible Cylinder,  J   Comprising a wide range of  selections,  * Call and see them*  H. LAMONT  <k^��h*<��x>����>o>o>��*<&*��*��':  ���^sSW^sJ-a^^'^Ws^s^a^s;- ^^Oi;^^^^^^^^^^-^'^~^sH^  AND ppRTER.  ER ALE, GINGER BEER,  KINDS OE  &ARl ONATED DRINKS  RINT BOTTLL3 FOR FAMILY USE  W-^^0^^i^^M^MM^7^yy^  select Stock; 5it fiie-^%M st^lel'  and beautiful cloth.patterns.  Our regular -    '  Campbell's  Clothing  is good enough for any man, but if  you're in the habit of'getting your  clothes made to order,our.special order system should appeal to you.  You'll get better made clothes, with  more style and at two-thirds the  price of your regular tailor.  Come -iu and see our stock, and let's  show you what .we can do.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  ��  T. M, GULLEY & CO, are offering  Special Snaps in Furniture and Carpets for the Christmas Season.  It will pay you to investigate,  trouble to show goods.  T. M. Galley * Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  * * * j "  "  ���  ���"���*���������  '   ..... ������_, ������3__*_y-.*<i,a*  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  *  if  if  if  *  if  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house^  4-jRoomed Cottage.- ,  /'    '  Suite of Rooms in a Block.'" :  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715' acres.  Bealey Investment & trust Co^Lttf."^  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ��� -      - 'X  aoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoaoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamam^'  IP. BURNS & C6.; Ltd.  ?3   ��  DEALERS IN  >i'K-  dsi���  ?re$D and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  ������^���������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������A<rfA��r��ao_��0������_����09B*l'2'''^y'^  ' maaaaaaaaaaaa        U |   ���~^��M____^___^_W_BW______M____________________ . .��*> .^e^ X-C %   ~" ..----*-. ..       ���_:.'������ "_! L  ^���-Z^^^^^'^^^^aamaaaaaaam^mmmpaamaTk^j-'^y  v,j  Palace Livery Stables  fell  4?y��*- _  } DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  J: r   IF". C. BUCKJUESS  \  PROPRIETOR   v^  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  Ph'oenix Brewery Co., ISESS^rj^ |  Moore's  ' a  S^*V    .    A Is in the   Windsor   Hotel.  m        ^M "gdOaS   *^^e   business - of providing  ^to^&M>JL %^    t^iogs good to 1 eat is  our  business. - Meals" are well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Moors, proprietor,  /~- ~4&  "__��


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