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 ���j!i,'fitT>)'}f^  Friday, Saturday and Monday we are offering our    (>  entire stock'of UNDERWEAR at a discount of".'  33 Vs Per Cent.  Our stock comprises a complete range of the well-  known .        .  Stanfield's Unshrii^aMe Underwear  BARCLAY & CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES���-MILUNERY  L    00^0��00��0-Ov>^r<>0<H>0<>��<>-0<*^C'<^  ' ���*  'fe  *v  ^ Start the New Year  Right  By getting a  REGINA WATCH  They  are  the  Best in the World,  A. LOGAN & CO.  %  %  ..���J Have these Watches at all prices, from $7 to $100, J;  V.-*  '%  :;%  :%  7%  They are absolutely guaranteed.  Gall and See Them  ^:;--Sti'^iai;di8GOtmt-on^alL.watch.c.a^s.darwg;this-mpntli. fc  ;V.. ���-' *  000��<>000<>0<>0<>00<>��<><>0<,l*<*H>0<*K>0<>000^  Making a well  Stanfield's Under-Wear is the best  value manufactured  The only place you can secure this line is from us.  Mens Heavy Grey Ribbed, all wool        $2.50 Suit  Mens Extra Heavy Grey, all wool 3.00 Suit.  Mens Heavy Brown Ribbed, all wool       4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 5.50 Suit.  The above lines are guaranteed not to Shrink.  P. W. GEORGE & CO  The only Exclusive Dealer in MenWear in Greenwood  JOOOWXMX)<)<^o<><x>ooo<>ooo^^  Electricity  ���&���*>  Ottawa.* Jan. 10���The most  complete and authoritative report  on the mining and metallurgical  industries of Canada ever compiled has just been issued by the  department, of mines under the  direction of the minister. Hon.  Wm. Tembleman and Dr. Eugene  Paanel. director of mines. It is  a volume of 572 pages and is tbe  reault of labors during the paRt  year of a special knowledge of  particular districts on-which thev  have reported. The report-winch  will be of great practical value to  everyone interested in the mining  and metallurgical industries of  the Dominion, covers an immense  amount of inforniation. respecting  the mineral resources of the var-  sous provinces; details as to character and output of individual  properties ; manufacturing processes, prospects for nature development, etc. There are also  many illustrations of mining and  metal working plants and maps  showing location of minerals in  each province.  The statistical part of the report was synopsized in a bulletin  issued ' by the department last  year, The figures given show in  the aggregate a mineral production for all Canada valued at $86,-  183,477 in 1907, as compared with  only a little over $20,000,000 12  years ago. In the portion of the  report devoted to the Yukon it is  stated that the total production of  gold from 1896 ta.l9J07 was $121,-  951,090.  The report deals at considerable length with the coal-bearing  areas of Alberta and Saskatchewan and points out the - immense  possibilities for coal mining industry in these provinces. "The  construction-already under way,"  says the report In reference to  Alberta "and projected for the  near future, by the three great  railway companies, must result  m a great increase in the production of steam coal, so that a country originally deemed purely agri  cultural will, ere long, becorne  one of the leading coal mining  provinces of the Dominion."  The copper production of Canada, U.S. and Mexico is now rnn-  ning in excess of 1,300,000,OOOlbs  a year.  Under the new Chinese law  foreign capital is not perjihitted  to be employed directly in mining  in thut country.  Robert Guggenheim, soclof the  president of the Americati Min-  iug -and Smelting Co. ha'sj taken  up his residence at Tacoma.  r-.-s  A new process of smelting ore5  is being exhibited at Beattie  which has a capacity of 25 tons  per day and is especially designed  for localities which would : otherwise be inaccessible for smelting  purposes. '    *  The mining industry/ in the  Shasta County copper belt, California, is in a prospero8s5condit-  lon.  Near Vallenar, Chile^a gold  mine.is reported to havebeen discovered recently from which ore  has been taken that contained  200 oz of pure gold per-: ton of  2,000 lb.  The mineral production in the  United States now exceeds $2,000,-  000,000 per annum, and it contributes more than "66 per ^entta  the total freight traffic of the  country.  When a mineral containing  zinc is heated on charcoal before  the blowpipe a coat is formed on  the charcoal' that is yellow white  hot and white when cold.  Of the new smelting combine  authorized ��50,000,000 capital  stock, it is understood that $20,-  000,000 will be issued in the near  future, aud has been underwritten.  MINING INSTITUTE.  The recent cold weather has shown the extent of  our dependence upon electricity from a business  point of view, and we wish to recall to you the  well known fact that electricy is a valuable aid.in the  remedy of a number of physical ills-  We are carrying in stock a reliable line of  Electric  Inductors  and  Electric Belts  At prices within your reach, and of a quality which  ���nsures their being goods of merit  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  The  Store  of Quality,  '*oo<xyo<><)<>oo<)^M>o<K>ooo<>o^o^o<x>o<>ooooooo-oooooooopoow>o*.  Meeting of the .Western Branch Postponed-  The unprecedented weather of  the past ten days has so seriously interfered with mining operations that the meeting of the  Western Branch of the Canadian  Mining Institute at Greenwood  has been postponed to Jan. 25th,  and the following notice has  been sent out by the secretary,  Mr. Jacobs.  Owing to serious difficulties with  plant and machinery, the result of freezing of water at mines and smelters,  following enforced temporary supsen-  sion of operations, caused by stoppage  of electric power during extreme cold  weather so few Boundary members  would be free to attend meeting if  held Thursday, 14th inst-, as previously intended, that local members  have strongly urged postponement  until Monday, 25th inst., which  course, appearing necessary under  exceptional circumstances, has been  decided upon. You are accordingly  hereby notified of this unavoidable  change of date.  To Guarantee Bonds for Prairie  Railways,  An unofficial report says that under an arrangement between  Premier Rutherford, of Alberta,  and the officials of the C.N.R.,  that company will build certain  lines desired by the Province* of  Alberta under a guarantee of  bonds to the extent of $15,000 per  mile, the Government to retain  the first mortgage on the lines so  constructed. Premier Scott also  made Saskatchewan a partner to  this agreement. The company  solicited a cash subsidy, but neither Mr. Rutherford ner Mr. Scott  would entertain such a proposal.  About five hundred miles are to  be in southern Alberta, and the  company will be asked to inyade  theooal fields of the south, giving competition in rate..  CITY COUNCIL  The council met on Monday  evening and adopted minuted of  previous meeting.  The report of the medical officer  of health was received and filed.  During the past year the health of  our city has been extremely good,  and the mortality very low. the  total number of deaths in Greenwood during 1908 being 15, and 9  of these deaths were cases that  came from points outside of the  city.  The auditor's report for 1908  was received and filed, and ordered  to be printed.  The amonnt collected for taxes  during the year was $10,005.95.  The fire protection bylaw was reconsidered and adopted.  The following accounts were ordered to be paid:  Electric Lights  $188 95  A. A. Frechette        1 50  D O. McKay.      37 20  The Ledge     40 tO  Eussell-Law-Caulfield Co;  60  Kinney & McDonald .'       7 90  Vancouver Rubber Co    163 47  Council adjourned.  The election of tnaynr and aldermen for the City of Greenwood  passed off very quietly and amicably although a rather keen interest was developed towards the  close of the contest.  As usual with elections there  were some surprise?, not the least  being the defeat of Aid. Fleming  who last year headed the poll in  the south ward.  Half of the old council together  with Mayor Bunting have beeu  returned and as the new members  are all reliable biisjuess men and  the choice of the people, it mav  be said that on the whole the re-  suit is satisfactory.  Mr. Desrosiers made a good run  only losing by the narrow plurality of 19 votes.  Aid. Wilson leads the poll in  the north ward, and Aid. Dixon  in the south, who with the two  new members. Aid. Buckless and  Aid. Johnson, ran exceptionally  strong. -:  . In connection with the municipal elections this year the. evi-  dentdesire evinced by all concerned to work together for the good  of tbecommunity is a matter for  congratulation; and the spirit of  public interest shown in matters  pertaining to the beat interests of  the city augurs well for the future prosperity of the municipality.  The new council has some problems of very'great importance  to solve, the principal one being  the matter of the greatly  reduced, revenues consequent to  the increased amonnt of unpaid  taxes, and it is evident that special endeavors will be made this  year to bring the camp back to  the former stage of prosperity enjoyed before the tightening of  the money market in the financial  depression wkicb is happily passing away.  Though the situation in regard  to civic finances is serious, we  are in a much mere hopeful condition than some neighboring  municipalities, and a, feeling of  confidence prevails that Greenwood is entering upon an era of  renewed activity.  The returns of yesterday's voting are as follows:  Mayor.  Bunting, Herbert 108  ' Desrosiers, John B..:... 89  Alermen���North ward  Wilsen, C. J  70  Buckless. P. C,   68  Meyer, A. F. H  56  McArthur, H. H  26  South ward.  Dixon, S. F  83  Johnson, S. M  71  Gulley, T. M  57  Fleming, W. B  50  The plant of the Kootenay  Power Co. has been incapacitated by the excessive cold, with the  result that the Boundary mining  companies depending on Bonuing-  ton Falls for power have been  torced to temporarily suspend op  orations. The big plants at Rossland, Grand Forks. Phoenix and  Greenwood are all out of commission.  Tlie BC. Copper company of  Greenwood, are taking advantage of the situation to make  some repairs to their works  which will obviate the necessity  of a shut-down at a later date;  and it is expected tbat everything  will be running as usual before  the end of the coming week.   '  BOARD OF TRADE  Kettle Valley Railway.  At the forthcoming session of  the Provincial legislature the  Kettle River Valley Railway Co.  will seek incorporation to operate a line of railway of standard  guage commencing at a point at  or near Midway, B,C. thence to  Penticton bv the most feasible  route a distance of 120 miles more  or less; and commencing at a  point at or near Penticton on  Okanagan Lake thence to a point  at or near Nicola by the most feasible route a distance ef about  150 miles.   ;  Wiih the construction of the  Kettle ?yalley line the Boundary  will be brought into direct communication -with the coast and  the ricbi -and extensiv* mineral  fields of the West Fork will be  given the transportation required  to place them1 in the front rank  of the country's producing mines.  METALS.  The following is  the  result  of  the poll at Phoenix:  Mayor.  Rumberger, G.   W 115  Matheson, D. J  79  Aldermen���West ward.  Marshall,   J.  57  McKenzie. A. D.  41  Rogers. G.   W.  38  East ward.  Cook, P. J  67  Deane, Danny :.. 59  Hillier, A. J  57  New   York,     Jan. 13���Silver,  S0}4; copper, 4)4 to 4'X, weak.  London, Jan. 13���Silver   2414 ;  lead, ��13 2s. 6d.  Jan, 13���Closing quotations oh  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:      -  Bid   Asked  B. C, Copper 7.75 8.12*4  Granby ......... - ...100.00 115.00  Dominion Copper- 43^ .50  Snowshoe    07 .07%  Copper Quotations.  B. C Copper $8.00     8.25  Granby ~- 105.00   108.00  Dominion Copper .43^     .56#  At the annual meeting of the  Greenwood Board of Trade the  reports M the President and Secretary were read and other matters of local import dealt with.  The address of the president is  optimistic and encouraging and  in dealing with the increasing  revenue of the con\raunity shows  that the money paid ia wages  during the past six months by tbe  B.C. Copper company is over  $14,000 greater than that of any  other six-month's period in the  company's history.  Reference is made to the rail-,  road situation and the Board advised tbat it is their particular  province to see that the rights of  the community in that respect  are obtained.  Attention is called to the stability of local labor conditions  which is referred to as a matter  of material importance with the  mining industry, and the Board  is urged "to continue to encourage tbe advent of development  money by giving any accurate information at its command, and to  promote by every means io its  power the interests of the district  in mining and agriculture*."  The Secretary's report deals  with the work done by the Board  during the vear.  The alteration of the wagon  road at Boundary Falls was  brought before the Board of Railway Commissioners and the matter satisfactorily settled,  <-- Correspondence Vith. intending  investors and' settlers has been  more or less -weighty, as they refer not only to the large country  to the north and west of Greenwood, but also to the neighboring towns of Phoenix and Grand  Forks, who have no representative body to circulate reliable information.  The financial statement is a  subject tor congratulation, showing a balance for the year of $98.-  20. besides the assets, which include a library of useful information to which access mav be  had at any time at the secretary'4  office.  The residence of J. M. Kier a'  the Mother Lode mine was destroyed by fire   on Monday after  noon.  January  15.*09  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table jrlvts the ore shipments ol Boundary mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906,190T,)9 ��8 as reported to the Greenwood Times���  Past  MinS. MOO       1901       19t2       1903       1904       1905       1906        1907       19M   Week  Grauby Mines.... 64.SK   231,763   3(9358   391,718   549,703   653389   881,464   6l3��tf 10,77,679   9,971  The Phoenix Minstrels will  gtve a high-class entertainment  at the Auditorium on Wednesday,  20 th of January The proceeds  are for the b�� vfit of J. B. Carrigan, who recently suffered the  loss of a leu through an accident  in the Phoenix mines, and the  Minstrels are deserving of a bum  per house.. .  Snowshoe  B.C. Copper Co....  Mother Lode....   5.348  B. C. Mine    19,494  Brama       Oro Deoaro.   Bonnie Belle..       Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Idaho   Rawhide   Sunset    -   Mountain Rose   Athlestan    1,200  Morrison-   ....  R. Bell.   Senator   Brey Fogrle ,   No. 37.   Reliance   Sulphur King-   Winnipeg    1,076  Golden Crown    2350  King Solomon   Big Copper.   No. 7 Mine.. ....  City of Paris   Jewel.      1W  Riverside   Carmi   Sally      Rambler   Butcher Boy   ���   Buncan.    ���   Providence-    _   Elkhorn    ���   Strathmore    _   Golden Kag-le     Preston....    -   Prince Henry    _   Skylark    Last Chance   E.P. U. Mine    ���   Bay    -   Mavis.    - ....  Don Pedro    Ceescent   -   Helen   _   Ruby..   -   Republic.   Mlsoalllaaeous....  297      1,741     20,800    71.212  8.426   135.0*1        J676    23*0  99*034   141,326   138,��79   174,298   147.576   105.90C   208,231    331,769 2,72 5  47,405  630  14311  8,530  193*5  22,937  15337  37.960  16,400  9.485  3,007  20  1,488  11304  3,177  1,712  18J74  14,481  67,460 72  802      7,455     I5.T31  550  ISO  1,140  786  625  875  666  2,000  360  482  2.060  890  32,350  3,070  3,250  1,759  55,731 140,68* 43^95    2,960 12^s3  25,108 26,032 64,173  3356 48490 31.270  4,747 34�� 31.258  219  .A...  5,646  3,339  560  363  4.SB6  3,450  222  364  33  1333  2,435  33  150  58b  30  145     30  79  106  76  77��  150  20  9  18  993  400  726  325  1,1',0  40  140  535  689  2?5  73  20  40  90-  80  20  52  50  300  15  58��  167  45  4370  11,971  3,450  398      9  649  90  t&  120  40  700  20  55  69  224  30  80  3.230       3,4jt  325  500  bO  750  20  580  Total, tous._  96,680   390300   50S37&   690,419   82*>,S08   033.5481,1M,5371,14��437      Gr��b^ C^'"ttJtf    2��3��   212J40   401,921   S96JS2   687.988   828379   637,636 8*m..V"4   20,4?s  B C CoTPOr Co ��� _    1173U   MS3C0   142.913   219.4S4   210330   123340   341,952 376.476        ,04  Dom. Cop. Co...        132.570 30     W.059   213311   153.4J9      Zk3��2   ���C.talreduced... 62,389   348,439   460,940   697,404'   "837,f*<��   9��,8" 1.172,4031,233,017 U&l:  THE  BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMfeS  <P*\  cp*-  CP*  <?*l  CP*  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  M  CP*\  0  CP*  Capital! all pail up, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS  $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Lord Stratrcona ahi> Motjmt Koyal. G. C. M. G.  President -.   Sir Gbobgb A. Dr*cmmont.,K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :   Sik E. S. Cloubton. Bart  Blanches in Lonaon, Eug. \^Kti^Saa. \ New Yorn,Chicago.  Bay and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers  Travellers' Credits, available in any partgot the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  W. F. PROCTOR, Manager, g?  Grant Commercial an  P*3  M  . Greenwood Branch,  ! MINES AND M1K  * *  * *  The Kingston group at Hedley  is said to be showing up remarkably well.  American, and English capitalists willl develope 27,000 acres  of coal lands on Graham Island  which has been held since 18S5  bv Victoria men.  ST, BONIFACE HISTO  hit  FRENCH   MANITOBA   TOWN   HAS  HAD  FOUR CATHEDRALS.  1836  THE BANK OF  1008  ���  A rare discorery has bees mad  at  Oroville in the   fo-m of :i <l<'p >sU  ��� >f   t*p��mnite   ��<f   apparently  un  1 iniited quantity and great iviri'v  72 Years In Business.  Taking Care  oi Money  Capital and Reserve Over $7,OQ0,000,  is our business. Your  account is welcome  whether it is large  or small.  A Savings  Account can be opened with $1.00 and added to  at your convenience.  You will be surprised to see how the balance  mounts up with Interest added Four Times a Year.  Greenwood Branch^-vH. F. STOW, Manager,  Nevada   produced   $17 591,486  in rattals during 1937.  The total'value of tbe metall.  iferous output of B C. for the past  year was $15,2i9,53S.  J. G. Carrigan has suffired the  loss of a leg from au accident in  the Phoenix mines.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbuc.  Cable Address:      "Hallett."  | Bedford M'Neill's  Codbs ���{ Moreinfr & NeaV*  I Lelber's  Shmwooo. B.Q'  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0.0. F.  Meets every Tuesday Evening at 800 In the  I. 9. O. F. Hall.    A cordial fn-rl tatlon U ��z  tended to all Hoinnmlnf brethem.  D. A. MACDONALD A. JAYNES,  N. G. V. G.  A. LOGAN,   Rec. Sec.  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every f rldav  Millar & Davidson, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAR -       Mauaqb*  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbb Yba*    J 00  Six Months 1 25  To Fobkioh Cotjhtbibs. 2 SO  BEL)  FRIDAY.  JANUARY IS, 1909  who are the descendants   of   former slaves of Spanish rule.  In three centuries these people  have produced hut one man of  genius, and tbeir present deplorable mental and moral condition  is practically a complete demonstration that the black race is incapable of rising to the standard  required of self-governing peoples.  The Kootenay Fruit-grower's  Association has made arrangements with the Dominion Express  company for the agents of that  company to arrange sales and to  do ether business in connection  with the disposal of the next  season's crop.  This action will do away with  the services of a good many middle men, and will probably prove  to be a very satisfactory way of  handling the fruit shipped to the  prairies.  l"i>��lMiMMMHfirl��in-|M��l��r-irn����r-"nr-nif-  HOGAceatf  PROVINCIAL ITEMS I  Rossland   will   hold   a winter  carnival Feb. 2-6.  A strike ot copper-gold ore assaying $30 a ton has been made  at a depth of 236 feet in the A p.  ex mine at Chesaw.  James Boyle, a mucker at the  St. Eugene, lost an eve by striking a piece of powder in the muck  Nelson Perm was killed at Nanaimo by walking into au air  shaft at No. 1 mine. He fell 600  feet.  GENERAL NOTES !  !^!3TWlM���w.^.^),K'..^/w..'��.v..w..^y.>/.:��^'u..Ll.J^^l..u.Jnlu���li  The hatchet-men of the rival  Chinese tongs are still busy in  California.  Hebrews living in Finland are  being made the object of severe  persecution.  l-'rom the First Little Wooden Building on the Shores of the Red River  Until the New $260,000 Structure  Has Been a Period of Uncecsing  Fight by the Fathers Against the  Hardships of the Wilds.  With solemn pageantry the ��<��� rth  ���Mthedral in the historic little tov.-i oi  ::. Boniface, Man., was open-��� I a  Uort time ago. The massive j-.-v.ie  p.vJding which has just been coii;,;ut-  .1 at a cost of over a quarter <jI a  '���llioii dollars irinrks the outpo-- '>���'  he battlefield ot Christianity of i-car  .*.   a century ago.  Wider, greater, and more coi. r.a-  '���.cusive in every way than the s'.< : ies  ...1 old Fort Garry, and all the I. miaou Pay posts scattered from tli:* 'X\\\  paiallel to the Arctic, is the li ��� ,ni*y  of the four cathedrals of St. Boi.: .ice  from the time Archbishop Prove:; lior  b'.t ssi'-d the littk wooden bulldi*.: ���* on  t'-ie b:mks of the Red River dov. i to  the  present day.  Prior to the arrival of the first i*si-  ileiit missionaries many attempt.'- ,,i*m  b-eu made to tell the story ol (' lis:  west of Lake Super ior, bu,t they :net  v:\\\\ many harrli'hip.s and ohst ������les  ii'om the warlike tribes which ivv. st-  ed the country a hundred year;* :ipo.  Tn Septeiiib.'r 1818 work was s'.- -ted  on what was called the first eat!; l;al  which was in reality nothing * v-iiv  th:.'!i :���* small log building. I! *��� ��� *v  naiiii-d St. Boniface after the Gc-'-nan  aportlu aitd Archbishop Prove ������ u-i  hud 'charpe of the parish whic ���. ov-  tend'.-d for hundreds of miles in ..".eh  direction. For fifte'"n yaars thi*  building was the only place of ivi,*-  ship in Western Canada and tin "' \\\*.  strides of Christianity ni'Cess: "iter'  the erection of u larger buildhi". To'  raise funds for this missionary <* the-  dral Bishop Provencher left for 7"-vnt-  real in April, 1832, and returned with  the necessary funds. However t-he  building was not started until the  next  year,  owing  to  there  bein-r  no  A Square Deal  Is assured you when you buy Dr. Pierce's  family medicines���for all th<- Ingredients entering Into them are printed oa  the bottle-wrapper- and their fonr.ula*  are attested under oath as beiivrc mplete  and correct. You know just what you are  paying for aud that the lngrsdl.nts a��  gathered from Nature's laboratory, being  selected from the most valuable native  medicinal roots found growing in cur  American foresfSTmdjvhlle potent to curt  are nerfeTrt^ hari-nje^^v&p to tho most  delicate woine^afetrcnilaT!l?tT*r> Noj, a droi;  iiLalcohol enierTInto tlieir comyMiMor.  A.raucJCbgtter afem is_m^-TTotTi^^Tor .;x:  ffij.f.li��g mL^��^W^Ttj^j^!B:iU-:-  or)nm>les usediiiTnem^y I z. ~^> ii_r<;,trjjji-''.  reJlned glycerine. This" aguist por-sciise.-  Iiuriiistc meaicTTial propariias ot its own  being a most valuable anii.-epMc and *?,;if.-  ferment, mitritlvo and .soothing rtciiia.  cent.  Glycerine plays an imvortrnt part .i  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medics! Discovery  the cure of incligestioa, dvspepsia ;ii-  weak stomach, attended by soar rislm!*  heart-burn, foul breaih, ei a ted to:;*;.:i.  poor appetite, gnawing IV-'lintj in :*t<>:ii  null, oiliousaess aad khidrtid ueritu^i-  meats of the stomach. liver and bcwe.is  lSesldes euriiig all the almve rii.-uressiv.-  ailments. the"Goi(len .\!r.dleai IViseovery  Ii" a specilic for all diseases o( th.-*. mucr.'n.  iiiemliranes. as catarrh, v.h.the:* of tl;>  nasal passages or of the :-t(.ai:u'U. bowel:  or pelvic oritans.   liven in its inc.ertitiv :���  Fta);i!s it will yield to ill is sovereign remedy if its use be persevered hi.   In Chronic  Catarrh of tho Nasal passages, !t :.< wcl,  while taking tlie "Golden .Mc-ikca. Discovery" for the necessary eonstitiitiona  treatment, to cleanse thc-p.issattos freely  two or three, times a day wUh Ur. Sage's  Catarrh Remedy.   This thorough course  of treatment generally cures the worst  cases.  In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lung: affections, except consumption in Its advanced stasres. tho "Golden  Medical Discovery" Is a most efficient remedy, especially in those obstinate, hang-on  coughs caused by irritation and congestion of  tbe bronchial mucous membranes. The " DIs"  co very "Is not so (food for acute coughs arising from sadden colds, nor must it be expected to cure consumption in its advanced  stages���no medicine will Uo that���but for all  the obstinate, chronic coughs, which; if neglected, or badly treated, lead up to consump'  tion. It Is tbe best medicine that can be taken  AT THE CHURCHES  HANDBOOK.  . . i  (New Edition   issued March, 1908.)  Size :' Oct'v-'>.    P��ees :   1228.  Ch'-pUT- : 25.  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning' and evening-, 11- a.m.  and 7.30 p rn. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  I  ��� METH.-JDISr��� Wt-v.    K.  Sco-'e :  h.  ���f   lhe:B,A  Ke' vi  i  Pacific Hotel  Grikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Miring- Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  thc rooms are large and cosy.  It is said that Lord Milner will  become the Conservative leader  iu the British parliament.  The Empire, of Prince Rupert,  calls attention to the fact that  the north country is sadly neglected in the provincial appropriations tor surveys, roads, trails,  bridges, etc., and demands that a  fair part of the revenue from that  part ot the province be spent by  the government" in opening up  the country.  The Boundary country is another locality which pays large revenues to the provincial treasury  with but small returns; and money spent on roads and trails in a  richly mineralized territory  would serve to increase the great  revenues now* paid.  Perhaps with the appointment  of an additional minister, and the  return of others to their duties,  some one may be found who has  the time to look into the matter.  100 Men in the G.T.P. survey  gangs have had their wages reduced aad quit work.  Prince Rupert has   a  new and  up-to-date postoffice.  A fire at  Port   EsstngLon   did  damage to the extent ef $100,000.  The big building occupied by  the Mountain Supply Co. at Revelstoke was totally destroyed by  fire.  The headquarters of A. E.  Miller, recently appointed Inspector of Scheols, will be at Vernon.  Fire did $10,000 damages to the  Rossland Engineering Works  The plant of the Puget Sound  Mills and limber Co. at Belling-  ham was. destroyed by fire ; loss  $415,000.  The mileage of Canadian railways was increased 1,300 miles  in 1908 and has reached a total ot  23,750.  Longboat and Shrubb will run  a Marathon race on the 26 th in  New York. The Indian has tbe  advantage of a 6ft 6iu stride and  is 16 years younger than the English champion, being only 20  [years of age.  Mazuma, Nev., has offered  $100,000 for a fight between Jeffries and Johnson.  It is said that the CP.R. will  spend $30,000,000 on construction  on its western lines.  At the trial of T. H. Hicks,  accused of the murder of Eccles  Lennox at Winnipeg, the verdict  of not guilty was received with  deafening applause.  ,The police detectives of that  city have rightly been made the  subject of general ridicule, and  the scathing denunciation of their  "third-degree" methods by the  trial, judge would lead one to the  opinion that the Russian practices of brass-buttoned ignoramuses should be punished, by penitentiary imprisonment.  Turmoil and bloodshed reign  supreme in the Island of Hayti.  This beautiful healthy and productive island has an area about  equal to that of Ireland with a  population of   1,500,000 negroes  The Empire is still   after   the  "older saloons" at Prince Rupert.  Captain Hugh Stalker, a Cariboo miner in the '60's, died at  Vancouver last week.  The Fraser river is frozen over  and tbe Chilliwack ferry has  been destroyed by fire while frozen in mud-stream.  Conductor Alex. McDonald who  brought the first train into Vancouver is dead.  It is estimated that from twelve  to fifteen thousand tons of herring have been taken in Nanaimo  harbor this season.  Ric. A- Fraser has sold the  Nicola Herald to L. G. Lr>bsin-  ger.    The city of Vernon will install  the Gamewell fire alarm system.  A Canadian syndicate ifi negotiating for the purchase of the  Chihuahua and Pacific railway.  The Spokane and Inland railway will spend $3,000,000 for  track material and equipment.  A. E. Horton, the founder of  San Diego, has died at 95 years  of age.  A seat on the Montreal exchange was sold to McDougall-  Cowans for $23,000.  NEW CATHEDBAL AT ST. BONIFACE, V.UN  stonemasons available, but in 1��3M  work was started on the stone !��� *i!d  ing with its "turrets twain" ir :nor-  talized by Whittier. For over 1 ��� :.  years the cathedral lacked its t: rrets  but when they were built and a i> .it.y  erected over the main door c; the  cathedral. The bells were ordei -.1 in  England and were shipped in v-.i the  Hudson Bay and Lake Winnip. ;. no  other means of transportation being  available in those days. ���  In February, 1861, this s eond  cathedral was destroyed by fire. In  January of tliat year Father Offion  started on horseback for Per !>in*i.  but when within a few miles c." that  settlement a fierce blizzard sprri*\vr up  and after struggling, for- several niles  his horse fell exhausted and wa ��� frozen to death. For three days T'ther  Geffion laid by the side of his lead  horse, living off it frozen flesh *mtil  found by two Indians and ta!....i to  Pembina.  So severely were his limbs ��� :>zen  that- his right leg and part of hi.' left  foot had to be amputated. -En mite  to St. Boniface the bandages 1> -"ime  displaced and all efforts to stf-> the  hemorrhage were in. vain. A **atal  termination to this second mish ���> was  so fully expected that prepar-'ion*--  were made for his funeral. Th.- provision of candles having becar* ���< exhausted it was necessary to it '"c n  fresh supply. During the procf 'ngs  the crease became ignited and T"ther  Geffion was with difficulty r "ued  from tlie flames which soon ^--read  to the cathedral and totally deL-!'*iyed  the birildiia. It was a bitte- epld  day, o"d Father Gp.ffion.-mhv1'--' of  his sufferings near Pembina, ] ���' :ided  to he allowed to burn to death i-tlier  than a<r.*iiu face the bitter te- "-era-  ture. Being suddenly removed into  the temperature' of thirty degr" ��� below zero had the effect of stoppr *" the  hemorrhage and to-day Father Geffion tails the eventful story of the  buildinc nnd destruction of the '* ithe-  dral which had been the lif'^ -vork  of the first Bishop of St. Boni'-">e.  For fmuls to build the third - -the-  dral IMshop Tache journeyed to 1 >wer  CiMi'idti. nnd in the following y -r the  third cathedral was erected, b ��� unlike its predecessor, had but o- turret. Tlmt building stood un':1 the  present time, it having just b- * i demolished to make way for the "sent  structure, and its "turrets twai ;" and  to-day as of old:  The voya.srcur smiles as he li ' *us  To the sound that grows a-     e;  Well bf> ].-nmvs the vesner rir'irig,  Of the bells of St. Bonifae*.  Th" bells of 'he Roman Mis'������������.,  Thut call from their turrets twain,  To the ^Mman on the river.  To tho hunter on the plai.i.  Cnjij't'i-  Indus* rv  World.  Coveririf*: ;. 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The Copper Hattdnook gives statistics and gen  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  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or S7.S0 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  money, but order the boob sent you,  all carriage charges prepaid, ou one  week's approval, to be returned i f unsatisfactory, orpaid'for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  io'r yourselt of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHELDO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  CwrKtiuit'Kxtw.ASii (St. .lode's)���  Kvi'i-y S~urd.iv. Mci'tlii-tr and evening.  Ma'ins, 11 a iu. 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SMITH  lyncasteron the Great Northern 4  miles-cMidtyay on CSP.% 6  Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   cAcre Lots, with water rights  for particulars apply to V. R.   Tait, Midway.  les*  i  ^he Imperial Bank of Canada  declared a dividend,   at   the  fete Si* 11 per cent per annum.  , The eminerit Chinese statesman  fuan Shi Kai has been dismiss-  from office by the Prince   Re-  ant.  Mayor   Oliver's     majority  Toronto was nearly 19.000.  in  Turkey has refused the Austrian  indemnity of $10,800,000 for the  annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the war-cloud in the  near East looms very dark.  Tin�� B��tmiffldlairy's  PJ(D)im����ir P&pgiTo  Creek times  is   the Pioneer )rV eekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  ������.v  1" 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 IT IT CAN'T.  "Big Alec" McDonald known  as King of the Klondike, died of  heart failure in the Stewart  er country.  PERT  PARAGRAPHS.  'It Is au easy mutter to talk, but bard  lo collect -Alices for It  If .-in., on* wantB to remove super-  lluoiis iiiilposc tissue let bim join tbe  riinks ni* the unemployed.  When history  tries out a tut  man. wum lis the  rfsult?  When a mar.  admits thai be  In lioufsl. it is  well t<> look up  Ills tvi-ord.  Mosquito lilies .ire much worn  with  Oaililn-i Miiits this Neasuii of tliv year.  MouUe.vs live  the fiu-t that  in lillssful Ignorance ol'  wc are their descendants  When nerves are  distilled essence of  best application  strained lhe double  patience makes tbe  If yon are sufficiently determined ymi  can prove utiytliiiiK that you  want tn  Had  humor  but all other  is a  cm ft  signal  of  distress,  steer clem- of it  When you try to get funny with  some folks, the jokes get all over yourself.  Being bl{j is no evidence of ability.  If It were an elephant could catch a  rabbit  Some iieople are so lachrymose that  even when they laugh tbe tears come  to tbeir eyes.  Dr  given  away every month absolutely  free with  oyal Standard Flour  Every 491b. sack oi Royal Standard Flour leaving  our mills contains a numbered coupon.    On thelastday of  drawn and published in the  To each   one  ���-.ving;  each month 10 numbers will  tirst issue of this paper folio  the duplicatvs of'these  numbers  lis of coupon,  deliver free of all  HANDSOME CHINA   DINNER  value $25 00.  Full particulars cm the back of each  GIN SAVING THEM TODAY,  RAIL WAY  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  i*re*Ws?:;i  :;''rM',^;y^,l^i>.:;,  Low Round Trip Rates to  ONTARIO,   OUEBEC   AND  MARITIME    PROVINCES  holding* I Tickets on sale December 1 to Dec. 31,  .-,.+,...��� +.*   inclusive, good to returu within   three  return to month*.  tO any addreSS, a: Tickets issued in connection Atlantic  m^/P nf 1(l<) nipi'ps . Sicannliip business will be on sale  OL-r.      oi    xu;    F1��-'-,-!s- ; from Nov. 21,ai,d limited to five months  I from date of issue.  we  will, upon  i *  charges  coupon.  BE-  RrCMEMBER We guarantee every   sack of  Royal  Standard to be the purest,  bread flour on the market.  sweetest and   most  wholesome  Manufactured only by  VANCOUVEREMILLING & GRAIN CO.. LTD.  Vancouver, B. C.  ���^���MimMMU^J^U^U^K-VJilLi^i^XK^^^  1.,II1UJ^��.1-.J- ������������J.J 1 ..ll.il. . . A.IM  Finest Eauipment.    Standard   First  Class Sleeping- and Tourist Cars on all  Through Trains.  2 Through Express trains daily  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  Leaves Winnipeg daily at 22 10,  making' connections  at    Toronto   for  all  points east and west thereof  Apply to nearest C P.R. Agent tor full  information.  REDPATH      AGENT  Ff.  GREENWOOD  And tben-  be true.  -some men are too good to  nv-  A SCIENTIFIC WONDER  The Secret of a Famous Heal ins Balm  The re-discovery of a secret that has  lain hidden in the dust of 20 centuries  is an event full of fascinatiug- interest,  and the story of Zam-Buk. the world-  famed first-aid and skin cure will always enlist attention. Zam-Buk is the  virtual descendaut ot those woderful  and mysterious herbal balms by the use  of which the manly athletes of Ancient  Greece and the stalwart gladiators of  Rome ensured the healthiness aad  ready healing of their skin.  Many are the attempts that were  made to produce a perfect balm for the  skin, but only in Zam-Buk has the  ideal been realized. Since its discovery Zam-Buk nan been welcomed in  mansion and cottage, and the people of  two hemispheres realised that they  have been placed in possession of an  absolutely unique cure for skin complaints. *  The reasons for this triumph at  science are simple and few. Taking a  lesson from tho Ancients, the proprietors of Zam-Buk first of all wisely decided that the ideal balm must be .purely herbal and contain.not the slightest  trace, of rancid animal fatp or poisonous minerals. Thus Zam Buk is made  solely from rich and pure essences obtained from certain herbs. These  juices and extracts are prepared and  refined by ingenious scientific processes and then so skilfully blended that a  unique, effective, and yet perfectly  natural preparation for dispelling skin  disease is secued.  Zam Buk has an affinity for the  human skin such as no ordinary ointment or linament can possibly possess  Besides soothing pain and allaying  irritation, it possesses unique antiseptic  and germicidal qualities which virtually chase disease germs out of their  hiding-places in the skin tissues; at the  same time it purifies tbe pores and in  vigorates the natural functions of the  skin in a way that no other preparation can.  Zam-Buk solves in a perfect manner  the problem of always having handy at  home or at one's work an ever ready  and reliable first aid for cuts, burns,  scalds, bruises, lacerations, scratches,  etc. Zam Buk is without equal for  eczema, ulcers,piles,bad leg, ringworm  scalp s res, festering seres, sprains,  stiffness, poisoned wounds of all kinds,  face soses, chafing, chapped hands,  cold sores, frost bites, sore feet, diseas  ed ankles, and all such itching, irritat  I ion   and inflammation.  Zam Buk is in daily need in every  household and is sold by all druggists  and stores at 50 cents a box Refuse  harmful and dangerous substitutes  sometimes "pushed" as being "just as  good."  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  ESTATE OF JOSEPH A. DEVLIN.DECEASED  ALL Creditors and other* having claims  ag-ainst the Rst'te of Joseph A. Devllu,  late of the Town cf Westbridge aad City ot  Greenwood, British Columbia, Deceased, are required ou or before the Thirty-first day of January, i��o9, to send by mall or deliver to James  Poggi, Esquire, Executor, in care of the undersigned, fall particulars in waiting of such  claims, verified by affidavit or statutory de  claration setting cut the nature and amount  thereof and the nature and amount of the secur  ity, if any held by them.  AND TAKE NOTICE that after the said date,  the said Executor will proceed to distribute the  assets of the said Deceased  amongst those entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims  of which he shall then have notice.  Dated this 22n�� day of December, A. D. 1908.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B. C  Solicitor for the said Executor.  Resultless Noise.  The orators In silver tones  Their strident voices raise  To tear to shreds some candidate  And sing another's praise,  But when election day appears  The fellows Will be heard  Deciding the momentous case  Who do not say a word.  Upon a corner of the street  Tho talking ones hold sway.  The people listen for awhile.  Then make their getaway.  They might as well attempt to prove  The moon Is made of cheese  The voters listen to the chaff   '._  And vote Juki as they please. '.-  *. . ���      i  The orators are Cull of noise    ,  And loaded to the guards  With facts that prove the rich prevail  Because they stack the curds:'  The weary voter stands around"  And listens more or less.  But when tie comes to cast his vote  He takes another guess.  In a republic spouting Is  A portion of the scheme.     .  It gives the persons bottled up  A chance to let off steam.  But noise Is not the barge on which  The greater numbers float.  The candidate who wins is he  Who has the silent vote.  Tea  Coffee  apices  and Extracts  I  J. E Proctor, D.P.A, Calgary  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  i  Snyuopsis ot Canadian Nortb-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  A NY even-uumbered section of Dominion  ���"��� Lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteaded bv 303- person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years ���!  age, to the extant of ont-qnarter section il 130  acres, mere or less.  Application for entry must be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land A gene  or Sub-agency for the district in which the laud  is situate. Entry by proxy may, liewever, be  made at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother of  sister of an Intending homesteader.  Duties���1. At least six mouths* residence  upon ajd cultivation of the land ln each year  for threr years.  ,2 . A homesteader may, if he so desires, per  form the required residence dntles by living on  farming land owned, solely by bim, not lees-  than eighty (SO) 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 ln land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader Intending to, perfom. hU  residence duties In accordance with the above  while living with pareuts or on farming Isad  owned by himself ranst notify the Agent for tbe  district of snch intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized pobllcattod of this ad  vertliieaient will not be paid for.  "Tell me a fairy story, papa.  "I don't know any. my child."  "Oh. yes,, you do.    I overheard you  tell Mr.  Brown that you would have  to tell one to mauiirja."  Offering a  dreamed last  Suggestion,  night that I  kissed  "I  you."  "Dreams, you know, go by contraries."  "That is Just what I thought when I'  woke up���that you would be contrary  about it"  "Say. John."  "What?"  "Can't you dream tonight that yon  didn't kiss me?"  How He Knew.  "How do you IIUi�� the platform?"  "Oh. I dun"t know.   How do you?"  "It is lhe ruiikost platform any party  ever adopted "  "To tell the truth, 1 haven't read it."  "Well,   neither   have   L.     But.   you  know, I never did vote that ticket."  More or Less.  We hope, and life Is fair Indeed:   '  We strive with hearts that tremble:  We lie like fury  when we've need-  That Is. we all dissemble.  Give Them the Right Start.  "Any loj; houses out through your  part or the country?"  "Only a few They have about all  disappeared."  "That's too had. They ought to keep  at least enoitpli of tbem in use to  raise our presidents in."  state-  Only Ones.  Contenlmont is a- happy  At tonsl so II Is said���  But, thinking of It, on the whole.  We'd rather not be dead.  Offers  MORTGAGE SALE.  TAKE NOTICE tliat under and byvlrta^ot  a certain Mortgage from Fred Fori -t  Travis, which will be produced at the time'of  sale, there will be offered for sal�� by public  auction by James S. Itlrnie. Deputy Sheriff, in  front of the Court Hoiise.at Greenwood, RritiKh.  Columbia, on Wedoesdav, tlio Twentieth day  of January, 1909, at Eleven o'clock in the fore-  noou, the following valuable ResiUeu. e Property in tbe City of Greenwood, B.C., namely:  Lot O.iein Block J, a< shown on Map Fon>-  Slx.  The property Is wril located at the co-ne  of  Mill and Hold Streets anil np ���* the bit I* a.ti.1  10 be 1 large and well "built dwell!ug hou*e.  For further particulars appiv t.j  JOHN   D.  SPE-CCR.  ���MmUzagees' '.iol^Uur.  Knidell Block, tirecnwuoil, B i.  l);ite " lliis 21st d;ij- ol December. l'*0S.  Wc 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,  w:,\  NOTIGE.  IN TKE MATTER OF THE LAND fcUGlSTttY  ACT. RE LOT 20. BLOCK 8. PLAN Zl  CITY OF GREEN NOO\>.  IIEKKAH primf .if tin-lo�� of OrtilJciue  t Tiilc .vnmbui; I2i a. <������ il.tt-.ilxnv im- ������  lioiu.i l..ii-i!��. issued i'i tit., u-ii-if i;f *Jiin��i .ph -r  '.Vouil.of "In- Cit) ol <Jr-j.-n .vt.nl in tlio Cuunlr  ��� ���f Yale, ha- been lilinl i* tills office ; notice ,��  liert-bv (I'vi'ii that I win11 nt tl'ft e*;i"ra'lon ������!  iiae month from thrtdn'eof the liritpuhlii'aiiint  lierciif.,|i-.tte .1 duplicate ��f ��-i'>t certificate nf  title util.-Hs in UK- meantime valid objection l.e  made ui me in wrlli'>(r.  Itiiifd at   Land   Krvietry  Ofhce,   Kamloov*,  this nilidav ol Uecemlier, 1WK  IV. ii.  fcLMOKDS,  Dlstrllt    WrciSlr.-ir  'aaKiUAfAu^  B  .<  the liiicliei:  1  Fitted Out.  "How are you off for clothes?"  "I haven't a stiuh to my name."  "Say. that'll muUe you a fine bathing  ���uit"   All  Over.  "He's very good hearted."  "When, did he make an assignment"  Your little ones are a constant care in  Fail and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Shi!oh\  Gnwrmntioo Cure, the Lung Tonic, i'4  what it ba* dose for so many? h is mA  to be the only reBable remedy (or aM  dtsesses of die) air passages in coSdreu.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It it guaranteed to cure ox your money  is returned. . The price it 25c per txstde,  aad all dealers ia medicine sefl 314  %>3 A JL JL Ac*/\a*r J. JL I day.   For terns aad turiner fitUtictv  Tew remedy should be in emoy bomehcid, hara applj at roam 34, Pacific H��t��l.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in voca  aad inatraaatatal music, ia prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  raicc. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday aud Wedaesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday aad Bator-  The^anitoba Daily Free Press  .1- - *  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  Much of thc J.-f'oi-rr f.'od vr,  throw out ran '.'���-��� -Mvr*'i ��� :  ctous d:shc:j I:;.' ti:*. c.^.;'.V.'.;:.  little Dovril.  It gives v.*::rin;-.'.-'. ���.���;��� :".-.  juiciness oi' the o.i.*"!..:.. < c-J.:'':  It g-ivco body ;���.������.J :.lr.:��!. Ji i.<  and gravies.  It gives .-i il.-Ilci.iu. ,.'..-_������:.-���.:  to cold meals ji-i.I !  - '.   '.  Every day you rv'.ii t .', '.v. :��� 1  and an ocon K.y  v..   -. >ur I.  Bovril contains lhe  cr-s^nco,  and nutrient .ii-.b'ili..^c cf "...  best beef.      It ,r;-vcs 1 .:���- ���  nourishment to tlie 1..���.*:;". ',...;  fulness and econcra/ ��j '.'._-  -,"U.;  ,'i;';*l  All good tfroccr :��� c-c'.l E.  ' I'..?".-!  ���'.'���Ssil  '���������?Wl  77m  y'SSi&M &'��*,'.-*���:���. ���*,'.'  THE   BOUNDARY GREEK TIMES  fciifK  ���**^-~���.��� 1*1��� ���).rgjTj_.-__j^   ��� .:��^-3,-^i'-^^^~^.'^*~'*''^''^J''C;,*^l'*^-^^'f?f'^Si  BIG BEDDCnOH SALE  We are over stocked in several lines and to  reduce our stock, we are offering the following, goods at greatly reduced Prices. Commencing- Dec. 10th and continuing until Xmas Eve.  S20  18  16  15  12.50  70  SUITS.  SUITS  ��15  13  12  11.25  9  7.50  HATS.  5.50 Hats. Stetsons. 4.50  4. SO " " 3.50  3.00 " " 2.25  2.00       "      " 1.50  ���5  ft  '.,!���  1!  ��  ��  1  ��;<!  A  full line of Fancv Dress  Shirts,  Reduced from S2.00 to 1.50  ,,    $1,50 to LOU  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   S-r 00    ,,      ,,   3.00  We have the  largest stock of crockery in the  Boundary District, and will give you a chance  to get it cheap.'  Ail our 97 piece dinner sets, regular  $18,00 now $13.50  A nice Blue Design Gold traced patterns, 106  pieces regular S20 00 now $15.00.  A new Line White Gold traced Patterns 106  pieces regular S20.00 now ��15.00  A Line of China which we will sell at big reduction. Also a beautiful Line of carvers for  Xrnas Turkey.    ALL GOODS MARKED IN  PLAIN  FIGURES  ��  i  i  'la.  ft  ft  A  a  ��  ..-�� **-��� 4f^^mw*m^^i sna.it -sf ii �����-��. si am 11*^***tm***'^*aa^am<aiiL  Purely Personal!  ��,w*iii n-��a.w*s��x.11  s����ism��,ii*s����,i*i^��ii^ii^ n-*-  n-^i|^  G. A. Rendell, Eholt is under  the weather.  R. L. McBride, Nelson, was in  Greenwood yesterday.  Howard Moore was in Nelson  at the first of the week.  P. F. Roosa, of Bouudary Falls,  was in the city yesterday.  Jas. Dimmick has returned from  a trip to Hood River, Gregon.  Born���At Greenwood, January  14th, to Mis. Jacob Peterson, a  son.  E Scott Gilloway, of Grand  Forks, is a yisitor to  Greenwood  j today.  j Miss Crawford left tor Toronto  [ on yesterday evening's train.  I R. Kerr, colector of customs at  j Midway, was in the   city    yester-  I D. O. McKay left for Orillia  j vesterday to visit his mother who  : is seriously ill.  ; Born���At Eholt, January 12th,  ! to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McPher-  | son, a daughter.  I D. A. MacDonald, the Excel-  jsior Insurance man, was up to  | Phoenix on business this week.  I Born���At Greenwood. Thursday, January 14th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Sydney M. Johnson, a son.  Judge Brown returned from  Vernon where he presided at a  session of the County Court.  E. Jacobs, editor of the Mining  Record and secretary of the Western branch of the Canadian Mn -  ing Institute, was in Greenwood  this week oa business in connection with the meeting of the Institute to be held in Greenwood  on Monday, January 25th:  The Lee-McLellan Stock o��*i-  pany has beeu playing to ��r ��� > I  houses in the Auditorium this  week and will complete their e"*-  gagenient with this evening's  performance.  Jesse A. Thomas, the w>]|-  known piano tuner, will 1>-.- in  town this coming week. L^e  orders at Thorn asJDrug* aud M :-^c  Co.  Found���In Greenwood a sin ill  sum of money. O^ner mav 1> ive  same by i roving ownership md  paying for this advertisem ���:.tt.  Apply in person or by letter to  D. McPherson, C.P.R. Ai-nt,  Eholt.   ���.  One-third off Barclay aud i'Vs  entire stork of Underwear for  three days only.  The hockey match on Tue- l;iy  evening between the local i.-ara  and the Phoenix boys resulti I in  favor of the hill team by 5-2.  Tlie lirst half was a good exhibition, aud altogether thej.* tine  was closer than the score v.* ul<l  indicate.  There are several   stray h -rses  ust the thing  Bass and  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  AP-  SNAP  ANTISEPTIC  and-Cleaner  The best preparation known for   removing    dirt,  grease, paint, ink aud stains of all kinds.  Snap Saves You Money.  Because it is cheaper and better than soap,  Snap Saves Yoi: Work.  Because it cleanes quicker and easier than soap.  Snap Saves Your Hands.  Because it leaves them soft and clean.  If yon ever try Snap you will never be vvith ont it.  25 Cents a Tin.  Furniture and Stove Man.  <��*-  i>  ,.    TOWN lOTICo   ..  The B.C. Mining Record has  suspended publication for a time.  J. S. Birnie was elected to the  Board of School Trustees by acclamation.  33^-i per cent off all Underwearat  Barclay and Co's Friday, Saturday and Monday.  The Ladies' reading club will  meet at Mrs. Keffer's, Anaconda,  on Monday at three   o'clock.  The District convention of the  Western Federation ��of Miners  will meet in Nelson next Tuesday.  Greenwood's death rate for  1908 was only 4 per 1000 of population.  Save money by buying your  Underwear at Barclay and Co's  this week, 33yi per cent off.  Died���At the Mother Lode, on  Monday, 11th January, Thomas,  the infant son of Mr. and Mr?,  Joseph Beran.  Keep warm during the cold  snap by wearing Barclay and Co'p  all-wool underwear, 33JS per cent  off.  Owing to a freeze-up of the  water-pipes at the curling rink  the games scheduled Jor the week  have been-deferred.  The annual congregational  meeting of the Presbyterian  church will be held next Thursday  eyening. All members and adherents are requested to atiend.  �� Auditorium**  FIVE NIGHTS,  starting-  Monday, Jan.  Owiny to the remarkable |diff  erence in the thermometer readings at Nelson, Grarid Forks and  Spokane compared with Greenwood, we dislike to tell just how  cold it did g-et'; but. private advices would lead us to believe that  the temperature in 'this locality  was just a little milder than afe-  sorae other points we know.  Greenwood leads even in the  matter of reliable thermometer?.  The Vancouver Milling &  Grain Co., L"-d , manufactuversof  the "Royal Standard" flour, desire to announce to their many  patrons and friends throughout  this section of the country, the  loss of tbeir elevator in tbe recent  tire, while a temporary inconvenience, will not in any way cause  delay in their fulfilling aU orders  rccived.  Royal Stanrl-ird   has   become a  h' u-^ehold word in so nvuiy homes  through.>ut   British     Columbia,  J that even a temporary   delay   iu  I fulfilment of orders   would   be a  "Teat inconvenience, aud we   are  Wintry Days,  Guess these last fewdays have set you  thinking about your winter Overcoat.  Well ! we're ready for you with a  select stock, in the accepted styles  and beautiful cloth patterns. .  Our regular  Campbell's   Clothing  is good enough for any man, but if  you're in the habit of getting your  clothes made to order, our special 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 iet's  show you what we can do:  Trie Hunter-Kendrick Co.. Ltd  Dominion Copper  wandering   through   the'st,--its  and by-ways of   the city, an 1 wejgla(1 that such win be avoided.  would call the attention   ol    the!  owners or the  authorities to  the  matter as they should be tak^n in  charge and   properly housed and  fed without delay.  Owing to either the incletu uicy  of the weather or to a lack of ;*ub-  lic spirit of the citizens of G aud  Forks only two aldermen were  nominated in that city and the  rest of the council will beap->oiu_  ted.  L>st��� Sorrel Cayuse, Wiite  star on forehead and one white  stocking; brand double squa ",on  17th Dec. Reward, $5.00. Jos.  Beran, Mother Lode.  For Sale or Rent, immedi.i ely,  Two-storey 10-roora Hous.- on  Kimberiev Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mor  timer.  We are informed that the  affairs of the Dominion Copper  Co. are being satisfactorily arranged in New York, and that in a  very short time all accounts and  obligations of the company will  tie settled and the company placed  on a clear and substantial 4 foot-  in {?���  Full line of office   and   pocket  piaries for 1%9 at   Coles'   Book  store.  Subscribe for The Times  Get   your   Job Printing at the  Time-,' Office.  ���:..:��:��>.:..x~:��.:~:~:.<.*<~:.^^^^  Stop tbat Coiigb  at once   before   it lc:;ds   to   a   worse   ill,  BY USING  nn  o  w  Made from the Pure Jpruce Gum and Finest Cherry Bark,  SPECIAL   25c.   PRICE  *l  For One Week till January 16th,  EMULSION COD LIVER OIL  The Very Best. /DC    For One Week Only  Greenwood's Big  Furniture  Store  T.M. GULLEY & CO.  Are offering a special line of  IRON BEDS AND BEDDING  At away down Prices.  Full size Beds, strong and Durable, from $5.50 to  $30.00  Mattresses ia ten different grades and prices,  A fine line of new Dining Chairs and Rockers just  Opened up.  T. ��. Gulley & Co. *  HOUSE FURNISHERS -    -    Phone 27  t TO RENT  if  if  *  if  if  if  Fine 6-roomccl modern house.  4-Roomed  Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Pine Ranch comprising 715  acres.  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  ���J�� OPPOSITE THE} POST OFFICE.  WHITE BROS.,  Druggists -       -       -       Opticians  TWELFTH  ANNUAL  WINTER   CARNIVAL  Splendid Sport  Handsome Trophies and Prizes  A GRAND  PROGRAM  The Lee McClellan Co  In High-class Repertoire.  10 People - Special Scenery  Monday Down East  Tuesday The Golden Giant  Wed       The Power of the Cross  Thursday The Battle of Life  Friday Tennessee's  partner  Prices���50c, 35c,   25c.  Ladies  Free Monday Night  From Tuesday  Night until  Saturday Night  Reduced Transport  tatica Pates  :.oaa  111.  Und :��� the Auspices of  THE CITIZENS OF  E JJSSLAND  Daniel   Thomas, President  FEB, 2-6, *09  For i   formation  apply   to  H. P. McCraney, Sec  Hockey  Championship of B.C.  Ski Jumping  Snowshoe Races  Championship  of  B.C.  Skating  Championship of tin J  Province  Tobogganing  Curling Bonspiel  Horse Races  And other Events  Masquerade&rdance  GOOD MUSIC.  oaaaaanaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaavaa  6  ��  e  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. I  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  o  a  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  a  a  ��  ��  ftftftO  .. DEALERS IN ..  fresi) and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry.  a����aa��*<��auaaoa��*����es>����9caa/w^.0��iva*e<ta*��������  'ft  tt  ft  �� -  ft.  ��  ��  ft  ft  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  Palace Livery Stables  .ir*  LAGER AND RORTERr  GINGER AL-, GINGER *3EERf  ALL KINDS OE  ^ARl ON AT ED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES FOR FAMILY USE  Bottled and Drauglr. Seer. Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoeaix Brewcj Co.,, ISSe^co  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C.  PROPRIETOR  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR ....  CLOTHES CLEAIVED.  PRESSED A DID REPAIRED  �����    ���    Agent for the   Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.

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