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 FEBle-      *  00000<><X)<HH)P<XKX><>000000000000<K>00000<X>^^  Bargain Sale  Having purchased the entire Stock of Dry Goods  Ladies' Furnishings of the Hunter Kendrick, Co ,  at a big discount, we have decided to place the  same on Sale together with many of our own line:?,  at greatly reduced prices, for the next ten days we  will offer Seasonably Merchandise in great variety,  at discounts varying from 20 per cent to 50 per  cent. .  Come early���-We can and will save you money.  BARCLAY & CO.  8dry goods  ssfe  BOOTS & SHOES���MILLINERY  joooooooo��oooooo��oo*coooooo  V    -.      ��� ��� fc  iStart the New Year Right 5  By getting a  5 REGINA WATCH  They  are the Best in the World,  %  I*  %  A. LOGAN & GO.  k  k  k  *  '*  't.  5 Have these Watches at all prices, from $7 to $100, ��  J They are absolutely guaranteed. ��  3      Call and See Them      i  ^ Special discount on all watch cases during this month fc  * >6  oo��ooooooooooe��o<>oooeooooooopoooo<><��oooooooo<��oboooooo  inr a well known  GENERAL MINING  DOMINION COPPER CO.  Stanfield's Under-Wear is the best  value manufactured  The only place you can secure" this line is from us.  Hens 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.  Thc only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  0000000000000000000000<K>0000<>00<><K>000<>00<><>0000000<>0<>  000000000000000<>0<><K>OAO<>00 00<><>000000<>0<>0<>00000<X><>000  Dr. Reliable,  OFFICE HOURS     -   DAY AND NIGHT  n  The Plan of Reorganization  A reorganization committee for  the Dominion Copper Co. has  been formed by the leading bondholders and stockholders, comprising Charles Hayden, of Hay-  den, Stone & Co., W. W. Foster.  J��h'n A. Sleicher, Warren Curtis.  Channiug Stebbirs, Jfmis Wi'-  liamson and Henry H. Melville.  The Dominion Copper Cc. now  in the hands of the court, has  outstanding $800,000 of bonds,  with $28,000 of unpaid interest  thereon, $100,000 of floating debt,  and 500,000 shares of stock, par  $10.  The committee has formulated  the following plan of reorganization. The committee to purchase the property at foreclosure  sale and transfer it to the New  Dominion Copper Co.,which shall  issue the following securities :  $500,000 of 6 per cent 10-year income bonds.convertible into stock  at par,$5 per share, 250,000 shares  of common stock of a par value  of $5 per share.  Present bondholders will take  new stock for their bonds on the  basis of 210 shares of new stock  for each $1000 bend. This will  absorb 168,000 shares of new  stock. Creditors will receive  28,000 shares of new stock in the  proportion of 20 shares for each  $100. Present stockholders upon  turning in their stock and subscribing at par for the new bonds  on the basis of $100 oLb >nds. for.  each 100 of present shares will  receive in addition to the bonds  subscribed for 10 shares of new  stock for each 100 shares of pre-  stock, this calling for 50,000  shares.  Underwriters will receive 12,-  000 shares of the new stock,  which will account for the entire  250.000 shares.  The bond and stockholders are  requested to deposit their securities with the Hungarian American Bank, 32 Broadway. New  York, not later than February  25. The new bonds are to be  paid for in four instalments, beginning February 25 and ending  May 25, 25 per cent monthly.  The cash requirements of the  plan have been underwritten.  The plan will be immediately  sent to all securities holders. It is  announced by the committee that,  having regard to the large amount  of additional capital to be raised  to develope the properties and  construct a proper smelter and to  the low grade of the ore and narrow margin of profit under the  most advantageous conditions of  management, it may be considered advisable to sell the property  rather than continue it, in which  case the committee bas authority  so to do, but for not less than  $800,000.��� Beston Commercial.  The Crow's Nest collieries have  a daily output of 2000 ton?.  FATAL FALL AT  MOTHER LODE  By the purchase of an antimony  mine on Pilgrim river, Alaska,  the Japanese trovemment has secured an almost unlimited supply  of that mineral.  The Kast" Kootenaian announce* ih.it the - nevvlv organized  K nenav Chief mine intends cbm-  mencinuf wurk in the early spsing  The Bluebell is shipping atjtbe  rate of nearly 700 tons a month  and receiving substantial boujnty  benefit.  The big smi'lter at Velardiha,  Mexico, owned by the . American  Smelting and Refining Co. has  b'eri closed on account of a strike.  The plant emploj's about 1000  men.  Albert Wilson, a machinist employed by the Western Fuel Co..  Nauaimo, died from a broken hick  resulting from a fall at tbe company's coal-washer last Sunday  It. is semi-officially given out that  the Tyee Mining and Smelting-  Co., operating on Vancouver Island, have secured control of trie  Swayne group of claims, at the  head of Lynn Creek, and are prepared to operate the property on  an extensive scale. It is stated that 100 men will be engaged  within the next 60 days and ev-  ery effort made to put the group  on the Tier man ent shipping lis&.  A thorough test and examination  was undertaken by the Tyee people and they are well satisfied  with the result. A diamond drill  has proven up the ore bodies, and  it will be further used to prove up  newer ground.  The Winslow'groupin the Lardeau has been bonded for $60,000  The Michican Gold Mining and  Milling Co. has purchased a four-  drill air compressor and 30 horsepower gasoline engine for the development of the north extension  of the First Thought mine near  Orient, Wash.  Development work under Herman Cameron will consist of a  KOOft. tunnel which will be started immediately.  On Saturday last Fred- K.  Hall, a miner at the Mother Lode,  while carrying a bucket of water  to his machine accidentally fell  down a chute a distance of 90ft.  His skull was crushed and death  was instantaneous Deceased was  very well known in the Boundary  having worked in this district  for a number of years Ho was  33 years of age. a member of the  local miner's union and also belonged to the Knights of Pythias  of Cripple Creek, Colorado, which  orders attended the funeral to St.  Jude's church in a body on Wednesday afternoon'to listen to an  appropriate .sermon by Rev. Mr.  Venables.  The remains were taken by his  brother on yesterday morning's  G.N. train to Medford. Ore., tor  interment, where his relatives reside.  Curling  The final games in the Burn's  cup series between Greenwood and  Phoenix resulted in a tie, 1 Greenwood again wins the cup. The  scores were:  Birnie 15   Smith 5  Frith   5   Strachan 16  McMynn  9   Campbell 14  Dill iO   McNichol 7  Messrs. Wilson, Bishop,   John  son and   McMynn   compose   the  rinks representing Groenwood  at  the Rossland bonspie'.  ln the Grand Challenge second  round at the Rossland bonspiel,  McMynn, Greenwood, beat Dow..  Rossland, 10-6.  The following teams came into  the''fours" in the competition for  tbe B.C. Curling cup:  Armstrong, Bishop, Fraser and  Fox. Bishop defeated Carrie,  Nelson, 14 to 12 and in the finals  of this competition Fraser, Ross.  land, defeated Bishop 14 to 7.  Hockey.  The merchants and bankers  played a very fast game of hockey  at the rink last night,and had the  bankers taken the ordinary chances they ought -to have won.  Stow, Gillam and Tees played  a fine game for the money-changers while McCreath, Austin Logan and Saunders were the storekeeper's stars.  Two of the over-enthusiastic  bankers went to the fence during  the game, and the excitement produced by the match has elicited a  challenge to play the winners  from the local C.P.R  team.  THE BRIDESVILLE  ROBBERY CASE  Take of  Pure Drugs  Ability  Promptness    ~  Equal Parts*  To be used altbays.  Dr,%  This Prescription wilt be filled at  THOMAS'  The   Drug Store of Quality.  aooooooooooooooooooocooooo oooooooooooooooooooooeeooo  The Cobalt district of   Ontario  has nineteen shipping mines.  The Canadian ZincCc, of Nel.  son, are reorganizing on a larger  capital basis to give the company  a larger scope for operations and  the purchase of ores.  Charles Ludlow, of Keensburg,  N.Y., says he has discovered a  process whereby copper can be  refined, tempered and made useful as a cutting tool.  The seventh annual convention  of the United Mine Workers, district 18, held at Lethbridge decided to allow Orientals to become  members of that union.  Templeman is Elected  Hon. Wm. Templeman was   elected for Comox-Atlin by   acclamation and British Columbia will  continue to hold her   representation in the Federal Cabinet.  . There was practically no opposition to the return of Mr. Templeman for the seat vacated by   Mr.  Sloan, and apart from a few Vancouver Tories and their erstwhile  candidate,   Mike  Manson, every  man in tbe proviuce will be glad  to see the Minister of Mines  and  Inland Revenue returned.  The forged telegram in the Colonist which was the direct cause of  Mr. Templeman's defeat has produced a revulsion of feeling  throughout tbe province and tbe  respectable Conservatives and  coast papers have been unanimous  in tbeir demand that Mr. Templeman should be returned to parliament unopposed.  The Legislature  It is generally believed at  Victoria that the government  looks forward to a short session  next autumn with railway legislation followed by an appeal to  tbe country on a new railway  policy.  Apart from a measure iu   connection with the G.T.P. there is  little likelihood  of   any important railway legislation this session.  It is expected however that if  the government can make required arrangements with the Canadian Northern by fall ibat the McBride administration wiil make it  the excuse of an appeal tothe people thus bringing on a provincial  election in the late fall or early  winter.  John Mclnnes' bill to amend  the Metalliferous Mines Act to  give the 8-hour day in shafts,  glory-holes and quarries was op-  pof>ed by the government on the  ground that such action would  tend to discourage the mining industry.!  In connection with this bill  Hawthorntbwaite, of Nanaimo,  declared the courts of the province  to be rotten and was called to  order by the Speaker.  The bill of Brewster, of Alberni,  to make exploiters of mining properties deposit security in a bank  sufficient for two months wages  of employees on prospects was  also opposed by the government,  the reason advanced being that it  could not be enforced.  Ben Hart, under remand in the  Bridesville hold-up case, appeared before Police-magistrate Hal-  let on Monday afternoon and was  committed for trial at tbe May  Assizes.  Hart verified his previous confession in the matter and had  nothing further to say than that  he had given a full and truthful  statement of the affair.  The evidence of Mrs. Ravens-  craft as given before U.S. Com.  missioner Fvne at Oroville, was  sworn by her to be a complete  and honest account of all she  knew regarding the mailer aud is  a corroboration of the cn.ifcssion  made by Hart which declare.;  Bill and Cleve Ne^maj to be  equally guilty with Hart in the  robbery-under arms nf Chester  Charlton at Bridesville. B.C., on  tbe night of December 19 last.  Bill Newman has been taken to  the Federal gaol at Spokane and  will fight extradition to Canadian territory while Cleve Newman  is again at large having been let  go by Constable Jack Myers, of  Oroville.  This is an unfortunate feature  of tbe affair which is greatly regretted by Chief Bunbury and  Constable Macdonald who had  spent some weeks in rounding up  the Newman brothers and Hart.  Federal warrants have been issued and tbe capture of Cleve  Newman is looked for in a very  short time as it is said to be impossible for him to get away.  ��� Rumors and stories concerning  the desperate character ot the  accused men have been current  since the arrest of Hart, but locally it is not thought that they  were implicated in tbe more desperate deeds recently perpetrated  in the Boundary.  Valentines���Sentimental Valentines. Postcard Valentines at  popular prices.    Coles' Bookstore  Ola Lofstad, proprietor of the  Ladysmith hotel, has purchased  the residence of J. H Macfarlane  recently damaged by fire, and has  a force of cirpjaters repairing  aad putting the premises in sh *pe  fjr occupancy.  Just received, a large line of  tbe ramous Startright Shoe for  children, give theui a trial. Barclay & Co.  Krbruirv 12. V9  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table (five 6 thr ore fhlpmeiiW il Hounds ij ni no fur 1'tO, J* 01, I'd, 1MB.  1904, 1905. 1906, 1907.19C* IB reported to the Greenwood Timen���  Minb.              1901       1902       1903        1904        1905       1900 1X17 19>��       l'��C>9    Week  Granby   Mines... 231,752    309.858   39��,718   549,703   653,889   801,404 6'3,537 1,<'28,747 1i2,I6I  Snowshoe      1.741     20,800    71.212       8,426 1350CI        50,756 30,'H.O    8,154  B. C Copper Co....  Mothei  Lode....     99,034   141,326   138.079   174,298   147.576   105,90C 208,231 294,635 55.007   8,135  HC. Mine    19,494    47,405     14,811     19.365        1.4M8 1,"12                    37,960      9.485     11.804     18.274            i6,4tO       3,007       3.177 14,��81 58,989     1,145         30  650  8,530    22,937  15.537  Alex. Faulds.   M.E., has been  California   has produced   $19,- succeeded as superintendent of the  000,000 in   gold   during 1918 an 1 Nicola   Valley   coal    mines   by  increase   of   $2,800,008,000   over James Gray  19��7.  Emma   Oro Dwiaro.   Napoleon   Others   _   Dom. Copper Co  Broolclyn-Stem  Idaho   Kawhide   Sunset   Mountain R'>se  Athlestan....       550           5,646    20  32,350     55,731    140.6!*  11.206.  11,-13   .  4��,  802       7,455     15.731  British Columbia pioduces over  30 per cent of the total mineral  output of the Dominion.  An appropriation of $62,000  has been made by the C.P.R. for  filling in the big trestle north of  the city limits, and the construction of a steel span over the roadway and Boundarv Creek.  Ia B.C. there   are   smelters in  active operation   at   Greenwood,  Grand Forks,Trail, Nelson, Ladysmith and Crofton, while the past      Dress Qoods and furnishings at  year has seen one erected at East   big reductions, during   the   sale  Kootenay, now on at Barclay & Co's.  Morrison..  R. Bell   Senator   Brey Fojrle   No. 37,     Reliance   Sulphur Kin?   Winnipeg    1,076  Golden Crown    2,250  King Solomon   Big Copper.    No. 7 Mine..       City of Paris   Jewel       160  Riverside,    _   Carmi    -   Sally   Rambler   -   Botcher Boy   _   Dnncan    _   Providence..    Elkhorn   _   Strathmore    _   Golden Eagle    _   Preston   _   Prince Henry   _   Skylark    _   Last Chance    _   E. P. U. Mine,    _   Bay_   -   Mavis    . ���  Don Pedro       CeeRcent    _   Helen   Rnby._    Republic..    Miscellaneous..   ISO  1,'40  875  3,070  3,2fO  1,759  4.586  3,339  560  363  43,295        4Jj70  2,960     12.2*3  25,108     26,032     64.H3      IL.971  786  635  2,435  665  2.000  350  482  2,060  890  79  3.056  4,747  48J90  3^>  31.270  31J58  3,450      398      ..9         649   1333  33  150  3,450  222  364  33  586  30  65  76  9  18  30  106  90       145  120       40       219  993  400  726  325  770  150  20  167  52  50  300  80  3,45b  325  132.570  500  60  750  535  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  1,140  40  140  20  15  589  700  ao  SE  60  Not by a Jugfull  "It is reported that Duncan  Ross has bought a $9000 residence  in Vancouver and a third interest  in ths World. His many friends  in Greenwood would be pleaeed to  have the rumor confirmed."���  Greenwood Ledge.  We don't know the price of the  residence but neither i!i.t. Duncan  Ross nor anyone else has acquired  an interest of any size   whatever  in The World since   June,   1905.  The World is not for sale, never  has been for sale and will not be     Tota]j tons_  390,800 soi*T6 690.419 829.80s 933^481,161,537i,i4��j37  for sale while the   present   man- iSra'abvCo?.* !��e!eM�� 21230 401,921 596,252 fcsa.oss 828379 637,6*1,037.544 112,631  ILCCefpereo   117,611   148,600   162,913   219,484   210.830   1I3J40   341,951     76.04?     48.53*  agement is in the business.���Van- -    - ���-*"      �����..*.���� ���*i .-���>*���*>   ��-.^  couver World.  224  30  45  .53  9.052  30 84.059   218J<11    153,439      213j0  Dum. Oop. Co,_  Tctal reduced...   62,389   348.439   460,940   697,404 837,666   982,8771,172,4031,233,017 am  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid ip, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,090.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   S2t7.6ZS.S6  Hon. President:    Lom> Stxa.thcoma am^Mooht Koyai^ G. C. M. G.  President:   Sik Gkorob a. Dkwmmond.K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :   Sir K. S. Cloobtow. Bart  Branches in London, Eag. \ di^J*��EL \ New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Tracers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  defeat of fiVef Liberal candidates  in the recent contest was due to  the creation of a temporarily hostile public opinion by means of  lying statements, forged telegrams and other methods that  were a disgrace to Cmservative  leaders   and   some   Conservative  lie man and as a member of the  legal profession. If they are true  he should not be allowed to cpa-  ticuetooccupybbeoffi.ee of tbe  Attorney-General, aud the benchers of the Law Society, if t'ley  bave a high regard for the honor  of the   legal   profession, should  1836  THE BANK OF  73 Years in  Business.  journals in this province.    Oneof decide whether a practicing   bax-  the worst offenders was H>n.   W. ister has a   right   to   exploit in  J. Bowser,  and   notwithstanding l ublic the confidential busine-s '��f  anything the   electors   of   Yale- even * Japanese   c.li>wt. to   m ke  .-,    .. , ,        ,       ,. iKilictical capital of the mos' 'lis-  Cariboo may have dune lo   elim- ' f  . . . honest kind, in the   iuteress   "f  ate me as a factor   in   the public ., .    .       ,.,.,,.      ��� , _  1 the party to which that  barrister  Capital and  Reservo Over $7,000,000.  A Joint  cm  .r ".ni'  !   C-:  '.Iu tiie l-.aiikh;;;.  may he opened by two members of a family.  Hither liuiy (KiHisit or withdraw Hiiucy u i  his or her  o\v:i s';.',;i:i',-,.!'c alone, so that  is is most co'.nvuieiit.  ( :mir  cnrrLJi 1 r.it-.-' i.-  at an'- time.  :-s :i S-.iviiii.-.s Accutnt.    Inteict  at   highest  pail Money may l.c withdrawn  Greenwood Branch/v/H. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  i tolorat' d \\ 'he D m n;'m < i Can  j a da.  /. H.  HALLETT  Barrtstkr, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbuc.  Cable Address:       ���'Haliktt.'1  ; Bedfnrd M'Neill's  loreinjf 4 Neat's  Gmhtwooo, S. G'  CODKS  (Be  ���J M  Leiber'6  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. SB. 1.0.0. F.  Meets every   Tuesday Evening at 8 00 la the  I. ��. O. F. Hall.    A. cordial Invi tfctkra is ex  tended to all ��oioornitig bretfaefO.  D. A. MACDONALD A. JAYNKS,  N. G. V. G.  A. LOGAN,   Rec. Sec.  City-Assessor l\n;r Co');)jr, o  Regina,has resigned as a result < \  exposures made in the Liird-  Scotb libel case, in which C >"per  formerly an alderman, was it e -  tioned wi'h Mayor Laird in connection with the raising of th*  price'of a ontract.  life cf this o-unirv, Ho \ W. J.  Bowser is still in public life, lie  cannot exculpate himself by crowing over my political misl'Ttunes.  Hun. W. J. Bowser occupies a  verv promiuetit position in the  McBride government. He is tht  man to whom we ought to look  lor the proper administration ol  justice in this province. M charges involve hisrejuiou as a pub  kettle valley fruit  LANDS  m  belongs.  The electors ot Yale-Cari' oo,  as well as tho>e of f"ur o ber  constituencies, were grossly deceived in tbe recent consist.  Their decision must now s'j-nd,  but that decision in no. way nb-  solves Hon. W. J. B iwser from  answering these charges:  (1) That VV. J. Bower was solicitor fur Gotoh.  Cr>��  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every fridav  MiLLi* <fe Davidson, Lwaees.  J. M. MILLAR  Manaoek  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  PBit Ybak     i 00  S��i Months  1 25  TO  FORBIOlf  COVNTKIEB   2 50  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1809  In the provincial legislature  Mr. McPhillips warmly defended  the government's laud policy in  reference to Bulkley and Nechaco  Valley, and claimed that settlers  should wait until the country  was opened up and markets provided.  Why settlers should be told to  keep off when a transcontinental  railway is under construction  through these valleys is hard to  understand.  Perhaps the recent sales of  thousands of acres of these lands  to American Syndicates by Victoria men would offer a mere reasonable explanation than Mr,  McPhillip's "warm defence."  In another column will be found  an open letter from Duncan Ross  to W. J. Bowser in answer to the  Attorney-General's querulous defence before the provincial parliament.  Mr. Ross again charges Mr.  Bowser with using grossly dishonest political methods, and  chadienges Mr. Bowser to summon  htm to the bar of the House to  prove his charges, or if the Attorney-General prefers, to meet him  on the public platform ; and it is  up to Bowser to take such action  as he can to vindicate himself  before the people.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier has announced that vacancies in the civil  service will be filled by nomination after a competiiive examination.  No Man is Stronger  Than His Stomach  A itfoni man is strong all over. No man can be  strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its  consequent indigestion, or from some other disease  of the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach  is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition  contained in food, which is the source of all physical  strength. When a man " doesn't feel just right,"  when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable  Innlinig ia die stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength.  Bnea a man should aaa  Dr.  Pierce's   Golden Medical  Discovery. It carta diseases ot tha stomach and other  ���r&aas at digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood,  imvliorates tha liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes  She nerves, and ao GIVES HE2SLTH AND STRENGTH TO  THE WHOLE BODY,  You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute (or this nonalcoholic (aedicuie oa known composition, not even though the urgent di -ier  thereby make a little bigger profit.   Ingredients printed on wrapper.  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4   miles���cMidlfoay on CV.^ 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   <Acre Lots, with<cvater rights  Zfor particulars apply to D. R. ' Tait,  Midway.  IJM  Tk�� B��mnmdffin��y9s  M<o>fflL@@ir Pgap@3��o  Member-elect Congdon for the  Yukon will move for lower rates  on the White Pass and Yukon  railroad.  Cbc...  Boundary  Creek times  i  The members of the Railway  Commission have been allotted  different districts throughout the  Dominion.    Commissioner Mills,  a  assisted by Inspector NcCaul will  look after B.C  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  No member of a Canadian parliament has ever begun his parliamentary career under more sorry  auspices than G. H Barnard, of  Victoria.  The holding of a seat won by  the meanest kind of political  trickery must make him an object  of continual regret to his Leader  who was so ruthlessly dragged  into the disgraceful affair.  Tbe report of Mr. McKenzie  Ktug on child-labor in the cotton  mills of Quebec reveals a state of  affairs that would be a disgrace  to any country.  It comes as a surprise to us  that children of 14 years have  been working in ihe roar of the  mills for eleven hours a day in  Canada ; a condition of affairs  which has long since passed away  in some European countries.  The jury in the Laird-Scott  libel suit at Regina were unable  to arrive at a unaaimous decision,  and Mr. Laird has withdrawn the  action for ��25,000 damages  against the Leader, and has also  asked the Attorney-General to  discontinue the action against  Premier Scott.  Each party will pay the   costs  incurred makiag a peaceful end  ing to what promised to be a most  sensational libel suit.  Duncan Ross to  W. J. Bowser  Child slavery cannot longer beU���� m��st have been  false  To  the Editor of the Victoria  Times���Yesterday afternoon I listened to the tirade directed against  myself by the Hon. W. J. Bowser,  Attorney-General for the province  of British Columbia.    He advanced the rather   novel   argument  that beeause the electors of Yale-  Cariboo by �� substantial majority  had defeated me in the recent Federal contest, my charges against  The  IThe Times has the  most.complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  "f The Time? is improving it�� stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and1 Giving can deliver1 the  goods.  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For some  time I could not walk a few steps nor even  {tut my feet to the ground. On my left  eg below tbe knee I had seventeen ulcers  whteb c used holes, into which I could put  my thumb. Oi the right leg I bad fourtesn  ulcers. Mbdical treatment failed to relieve,  homely remedies were applied in vain. Week  followed week and I gradually got worse,  unto I was worn out with pain and lack of  s'eep. O.i the advice of a.friend I obtained  some Zam-Buk and left off everything else  while I tried it. It seemed to give me almost  instant relief from the pain, and in a few days  I noticed that it was heating some of the  ulcers. This was cheering indeed, and gladly  I persevered with the Zam-Buk treatment.  Bit by bit the poisanous matter was drawn  out. The ulcers were healed, and new healthy  skin grew over the previously diseased places.  I am now quite cured, and in gratitude, I  mention these facts that other sufferers from  skin disease may know of something which  will cure diem.  v&PiSy,'>'/.'���  Zam-Buk differs entirely from ordinary ointments and  mlues, as the above tacts clearly prove. For all sHn diseases  . ulcers, abscesses, scalp sores, ringworm, children's sore heads  cuts, bums, bruises, etc., it ts a speedy cure. It also curta  eczema, itch, piles, blood-poisoning, face-blemishes, barber's rash,  etc., cold sores, chapped hands, and frost bite. Uubbed well  into the parts aflected, it cures rheumatism, neuralgia, anti  sciatica. All druggists and stores sell at 60c a box, or post  free from Zam-Buk Co, Toronto: for pi ice  3 boxes for f rss.  AM BU  | Duncan Ross to  W. J. Bowser  Continued from pagt 2.  (2) That W. J. Bowser drafted  a contract between Gotoh and the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company under which Japanese laborers were to be supplied to the  company.  (3) That W. X Bowser, acting  under instructions from Gotoh,  Incorporated the Shoko Immigration Company under the laws of  British Columbia, aad drew up  an assignment of the Gotoh contract to the Shoko Immigration  Company.  (4) That W. J..Bowser person-  allyiappeared in the County Court,  Vancouver, before His Honor  Judge Henderson, as counsel for  Gotoh and his company.  (5) That having acted as solicitor for Gotoh and Go ton's companies for several years W. J.  Bowser had an intimate confidential knowledge of the business  of Gotoh and his company.  (6) That W. J. Bowser used  his knowledge, secured in a professional way, to furnish the Vancouver Province with material  for an election canard which appeared in that paper on the evening before the last general provincial election.  (7) That the same knowledge  was used by W. J. Bowser to  make untrutfalul and sensational  charges against the Liberal party  in a speech delivered in the Victoria theatre the night before  the last general provincial elec  tion.  Dominion Copper Company  To the Bondholders, Creditors and Stockholders:  On Nov. 30th, 1903, the National Trust Company of Toronto, which ia the Trustee under the mortgage given to  i secure tbe outstanding issue of $800,000 of bonds, convened a meeting of bondholders in New York City after publicat-  | ion and mailing <>f notice of the meeting to all known holders.   Upwards of $500,000 of the bonds and large holdings of  stock were represented.  The security holders were then informed of the pending proceedings for the foreclosure of the mortgage, under  j which the property will shortly be sold, and that meantime a Liquidator had been appointed by the Canadian Courts to  ) wind up the Company.  A. Committer was appointed at that meetia? from among the bondholders and stockholders then present with  | power to add to its number, to investigate the affairs of the Company and to formulate a Plan of Reorganisation on be-  ] half ef all interests concerned. Pursuant to this request and appointment, the undersigned consented to act as such  ^Committee.  F The Company has a number of promising mining claims and the probabilities are in favor of the development of  \ a large tonnage of low grade ore, but the outcome of development is accompanied by the uncertainties incident   to ev-  > er? mining venture.  If the development work which is proposed to be done, uncovers a large tonnage, it will be necessary either to  make extensive alterations in the present smelter, or preferably, to construct an entirely new one on modern lines and  in a better locality.  Your Committee is advised that negotiations have been under way from time to time with one or more of the suc-  i cessful opsrating mining companies in the District,to acquire all or part of tbe properties of the Company, but at a price  ' which would not have satisfied the claims of the Bondholders and would have left nothing for the Stockholders.  Your Committee is of the opinion that having regard to the large amount of additional capital which would be re  Squired to develop these propsrties and coustruct a proper smelter, to the low grade of the ore which renders the euter-  I prise,at best strictly a manufacturing proposition with a narrow margin of profit under the most advantageous conditions of management, and assuming the price of copper at not less than 15 cents per lo., it may be advisable to sell the  I undertaking rather than to continue it, and to that end they ask authority as part of the accompanying plan, from the  !'security holders to make such a sale if in their judgment it is found to be for the best interests of the security holders.  PRESENT   FINANCIAL   CONDITION  'Principalof outstanding -Bonds r    $800,000  I Interest unpaid from June 1st, 1908 (say) 7 months        28,000  J Debts, including liens for workmen's wages (approximately)     100,000  .Present outstanding share capital, 500,000 shares, par $10 each   5,000,000  (8) That at thc first tune VV  J. Bowser introduced the Nafa.  Act in the legislature he knew  (by reason of bis having been  solicitor tor Gotoh) that there  was then in full force and effect  a contract between G>toh and  Gotoh's company and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company to  bring Japanese laborers to this  country.  (.9) That in tbis knowledge, secured in a professional way. is  found sufficient m ��tive f ��r W J.  Bowset's having introduced in  the legislature aa act which did  not, and could not, restrict Oriental immigration, but which did  attempt to legalize ihe coming to  this country of all tbose who  c��uld not read or write in Eag  lish or a language nf Europe.  CIO) That in the publication of  the Province canard and ia the  speech delivered in the Viiitorin  theatre VV. J. Bowser made an  improper and unprofessional use  of the business ot* his client.  (11) That W. J. Bows--r'i abortive N ital Act was titr.>du��e'l,  to deceive the numbers of tbe  legUlature anti the electors ��>f  the province and n��.t i<> endanger  a c>niraet tbat was ia the; interests of his powerful political ally,  the Canadian P.icifk Railway  Company.  Hon. W. J. Bowser had .-mi opportunity bf mee;ing these chir-  ge�� in the district of Yale-Cari  bo ibefore he was incapacitated  by illness, and he did nob avail  himself of that opportunity. He  had an opportunity of vi' dicating  himself in the courts, and be did  not avail himself of that oppor  tunity. He has now the further  opportunity of getting the legislature to revert to the somewhat  obsolete practice of bringing to  its bar anyone who publishes  aharges against one of its members.  Or, if he prefers the public platform, it is not yet too late to  select a time and a place.  Mr. Bowser cannot escape responsibility by heaping abuses upon myself. He must fully answer these charges or stand convicted of grossly dishonest political methods and of haying shown  a contemptuous disregard fer the  ethics of the profession to which  he belongs.  DUNCAN ROSS.  Victoria, January 29tb, 1939.  S  Prize Winners  Royal Standard Flour  Coupons  The following ten   numbers   have been drawn from duplicates of  the coupons which left our mills during January :  28415 5666 7423 26307 27775  17000 28201 25766 27579 25993  the above  charges, a  To each "person returning the coupons bearing  any   of  numbers we will, as previously advertised, deliver free   of all  Handsome Dinner Set of 109 pieces.  Cut this out and keep for reference.  REMEMBER all the coupons bearing the above numbers have  left our mills, but some may still be in the hands of the dealers. Prizes  will   be   awarded no matter when the lucky coupons are returned.  DON'T FORGET we are giving away 10 sets   of  dishes  every month, and every 49 lb. sack of Royal Standard contains a coupon.  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO.. LTD.  Vancouver, B.C.  Snynopsis o! Canadian Scrtb-Wtsl  tlie  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY available 'nmiiiiou Lands within  Railway Belt in British Columbia, mxy l>e  liomestcaded by any person who is ihi_- sole head  of a family, or any maleorerlS years of afje.  to tlie extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  land office for the disrict in which the land is  situate. Entry by proxy may. however, l)->  made on certain conditions by the father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an  intending homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  Conditions connected there with under one of  the fnllowinjfplaiiK;  ���1) At least six months' residence iipon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of the laud entered for, the re  quirements as to residence may be satisfied by  such person residing; with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence  upon farming land owi.rd by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence upon the  said land.  Six months' notice iu writi.ie;sliould l>e iriven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal miiiinir rights tuny be leased fora  period of twenty-one years at an annual re-tal  of SI. per acre. Not more than 2.5Wacres shall  be leased to one individual or company. A roy-  alily at the r.��te of five cents per ton shall be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. COKY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized   publica'ion of  this   a,J.  vertisetnent will not be paid for.  MMa^uaamijaa^mav^aaavrtfr-YHfo  Tea  Coffee  Spice*  and Extracts  1  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  j  Total         $5,928,000  To this must be added Trustees' Fees. Liquidator's fees aud legal and other expenses incident to the liquidation  Iof the Company, foreclosure of the mortgage aud the organization of a nevr company.  Your Committee after due consideration of the subject in all its bearings hereby recommeada the following  PLAN   OF   REORGANIZATION  The property and undertaking of the present Company to be acquired by the Committee at the forthcoming, foreclosure sale, if in the judgment of the Committee it is deemed advisable.  The Committee either to hold the property so purchased, pending a sale thereof by it, or transfer the property to  fa new Company to be organized under the name of the NE5V7 DOMINION COPPER COMPANY (hereinafter referred  [to as the new Company \ which shall issue the followiug securities:  6 per cent 10-year income bonds, convertible into stock at par...! $500,000  250,000 shares of common stock of the par value of $5 per share 1,250,000  [���Total securities of the new Company .....$1,750,000  (As against the present capital stock, debts and obligations of about $6,000,000 of the present Company, or leB8  ! than one-third the securities of the present Company.)  The interest on the bonds will be payable annually, but only out of the net earniags of the year.   The bonds will  ' be retired annually at par by setting apart and applying annually twenty per cent of the net earnings of the Company  for that purpose, subject to the right of the Bondholders at any time within five years to convert their bonds into stock  ' at par.   Any bonds called for payment may be converted into stock within 90 days after such call.  In order to furnish the necessary working capital for the development of the mines, the reconstruction of the  smelter and to covertbe expenses of foreclosure, reorganization and the underwriting of the requirements of the newcom-  I' pany, the stockholders will be required to subscribe for the Income Bonds at par to the extent of $500,000, and only those  : stockholders so subscribing will participate in the securities of the new Company. The bonds will be in denominations  of $100 and each stockholder will be asked to subscribe for one bond of the par value of $100, with respect to each 100  shares of the Company now owned by him. Every stockholder so subscribing will receive in addition to the new Income Bond, one share of common stock of the new Company for each 10 shares now held by him.  Tbe cash requirements of this plan have teen underwritten-  The Committee or members thereof may become underwriters or subscribers to the securities of the new company  and may participate in the benefits thereof free from restriction as though they had not assumed any trust relation to  this plan.  Under this Plan the depositing holder of���  100 shares of present stock of par value oi $10 each upon subscribing and paying at par for $100 of  new income bonds, would receive such bonds and 10 shares of new stock of the par value of $5 each ;  Each holder of $1,000 par value of the present bonds would receive for the bonds and  accrued   interest, 210  shares of new stock of tbe par value of $5 each ; and  Each $100 Creditor's Claim would receive 20 shares of new stock of the par value of $5 each.  Under this plan 168,000 shares have been set apart in exchange for the present issue of $800,000 bonds and interest  I ���stockholders who subscribe for income bonds will receive 50,000 n :w shares; as to those who do not so subscribe, t he Uu-  1 derwriters will receive the stock applicable to the non-subscribing stockholders. Creditors will receive 20,000 new shares  J arid underwriters will receive 12,000 new shares as an underwriting commission, which   will   abiorb   the   entire   stock  issue of 250,000 shares.  The Committee are exprens'.y empowered at any time after any deposit of securities has been made under this plan  ; or after the sale of the property or after organization of the new Company or the transfer of the property to  it, to. sell  lhe entire property, assets and undertaking of the present Company or the securities deposited under the plan, represeu  1 ting such property and assets, or the securities of the new company, but in no event for less than $800,000 in cash.  ; The. proceeds of such sole shall be distributable among the depositors of securities and claims in the proportions in  f which such depositors are entitled to participate in the securities of the new Company.  In view of the impending sale of the property under foreclosure, the security holders who desire to participate in  i this Plan are required to deposit their securities with the Hungarian American Bank,  No,   32 Broadway. New  "York  City, not later than February 25th. 1909  . . Certificates of stcck in order to be entitled to deposit must be endorsed i:i blank and must be accompanied by  the payment of the first instalment on account of tbe new Income Bonds. The payments by stockholders are to be made  in four instalments, as follows:  25 per cent, of the par value of new bonds subscribed at the time of deposit of the  present stock, not later than February 25th, 1909 25c per share  25 per cent, within thirty days thereafter, to wit: March 25th, 1909.... 25c   "     "  25 per cent, within sixty days thereafter, to wit: April 25th, 1909 25c   "     ���'  25 per cent, within ninety days thereafter, to wit: May 25th, 1909 _ 25c   "     "  For all amounts ot less than $100 payable by stockholders oa account of new bonds subscribed hereunder, the  Committee may issue scrip or such other form of security exchangeable for bonds in denominations of not less than  $100 as they may determine.  Arrangements have been made with the Underwriters by which holders of less than 100 shares  of  stock may ac  quire additional Bond scrip by purchase at par, to entitle them toa$100 bond, to the extent, if any, to which the Underwriter* would be otherwise en titled to such Bonds, provided such stockholders will apply for such additional scrip at  the time of their subscriptions hereunder.  Negotiable temporary receipts will be issued for the securities deposited.  All depositors will fee deemed to have assented to the terms of tbe Plan and Agreement, copies of which  may be had on application to tha Hungarian-American Bank or to the Chairman of the Committee.  CHARLES HAYDEN, Chairman, 25 Broad St., N.Y.  WARREN W. FOSTER.  JOHN A. SLEICHER,  WARREN CURTIS,  CHANNING STEBBINS,  JAMES WILLIAMSON,  HENRY H. MELVILLE.  SAMUEL UNTERMYER, WM. C. TAYLOR, Secretai-y,  Counsel for Committee, 37 Wall St, N.Y.  MRS. 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These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Gil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While  FERROL  is manufactured from  the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and  is  richer   in   oil  than any other  eniukion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of In n  ind  Phosphorus, it is-so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds   iny trouble in  talin;:  it.  md i:'.f;::its digest it without dlu.<'.: '.y  Moreover tho well-established value ol  the    Oil    and    Iron    is    imnis-^L y  enhanced by the process of inarm:..c-  :ure, and .is the formula is freely exposed it is not to be   wondered at that  physicians    everywhere     have    fuli\  ��� endorsed FEkROI. ami iis'.'d it lnr^-elj  , in their practice.     FF.RFOL is invaluable for the treatment of any knd of  LunR or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it  has no equal, and  "You Know What  You Take"  BOV  the kitcber  economic  HM  Much of the !..'"'. -.vci :'.<-  throw out csiii i ��� l-.-.n :  cious dishes  by  t!u  -.;!   :  little Bovril.  It gives warme '.-ov   :���   ���  juiciness of the o.i.;!';.-. t  It gives body anil :,tr-������:���.;;''  and gravies.  It gives a del:ci.- :>,        .-  to cold meats ami i.     i)  Every day you v:'���'! i.n '  and an econom/   in  Bovril contains tlie  i ������--.  and nutrient subsl.'.r.. -  best beef.       It ;<i\ "-s :  nourishment to the ir.v:    '.,  fulness and economy  ..-.  All good grocer; sc :J"  ff  a~. armaWsW  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  Money  Saved  For You  Up to Feb. 20th  I  'k  ft  ft  ii)  il  To make room for New   Spring-   Goods, we  are offering the following inducements:  25 per cent off clothing  25 per cent off Hats and Caps.  20 per cent off Underwear and Sweaters.  20 per cent off shirts of all kinds.  And other Bargains Just as great.  i  i  i  $  i  i  i  Q  do  )  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents,  Furnishings.  Just the thing  Bass and _���^  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  AM'-  OPS  :��  To make room for our new  Spring stock we will offer  15 per cent on all Trunks,  and Suit Cases tor cash only  ��40 Buys a Baker's Oven, most new, made of Galvanized iron  by the Charter Oak Stove & Range Co., of St. Louis, outside  measurement 48 inches high, 26 inches wide, 24 inches deep.  This oven has double walls and is to be tilled with sand before using.     Crated ready for shipping, only $40.  $25. Buys a Caligraph Typewriter, in good order.  $24. Buys a Berlinger Gramophone,Type F 321, with 5 5 Records, most new.  $15. Buys a No. 2 Chatam Incubator and Brooder, run one  season; it is a snap see it.  $125. Buys a Brunswick & Balk Pool Table.  A.L.WHITE  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16  j   Purely Personal  Tom Grav was in town oa Monday.  Magistrate Bullock-Webster, of  Nelson, was ia Greenwood on  Sunday.  Mrs. Bunting is giving tea every day this week in aid of the  Aati-Tuberculosis Society.  Miss Wilson will eatertaia a  few of the musical people tomorrow eveaing.  Miss Beldon goes to Nelson tomorrow to take the part of Luc-  retta ia the play "Confusion" to  be given by the amateur dramatic  society of that city next week  Born���At the Sister's hospital,  Feb. 6, to Mr. and Mrs. A. M.  Davidson, a daughter.  Bert McLeod returned yesterday from Winnipeg, where he attended the funeral of his sister.  Ed. Shonquist. a well-known  ild-Mmer, has returned. Co Greenwood.  James McGregor, mine inspector went up to Phoenix oa Wednesday.  Dr. Boucher, formerly a" physician at Phoenix, is oj a basics  trip to the Boundary. The Dr.,  who was one of the founders of  Camp McKinney and is a prom >  ter of Skylark camp, is the kind  of man the B mndary like3 to Hep.  D. F. Fisher, manager Paquet  & Co., furriers, Vancouver, is i:i  the Boundary on a businese trip.  D. O. McKay returned yesterday from a visit to his mother ia  Ontario whom we regret to say  is still seriously ill. D. O. reports  the finest winter that Oatario has  seen for many years, trie weather  being so mild that farmers were  plowing north of Toronto during  the last week of January.  Dr. J. E Spankie is in Nelson  in connection with a case which  is to come before the Supreme  Court during the present sittings  in Nelson.  Mrs. J. Smith has returned to  her home at Beaverdell after an  extended visit in Greenwood.  Born���At Midway, Feb. 11th,  to Mr. and Mrs. F. Restell, a  daughter.  Flannelettes and Wrapperettes,  all 15c lines, for 10c per yard.  Barclay & Co,  A. Sutherland, government  boiler inspector, was inspecting  boilers at the Jewel mine on  Tuesday. Mr. Sutherland will  return shortly to hold an engineer's examination at   Greenwocd.  When you want Wall-paper,  send for us. We will give you a  figure on the finished job. McRae Bros.  ?-  ���f?  Dr. Shearer Coming  ,.    TOWN lOVICo* �����  There will be a boxing contest  between Biner aud Pritchard in  Phoenix on Monday night.  J.P. Guimond.of the Boundary  Falls' checker club, would like to  arrange a game with local checker enthusiasts.  Tenders are called tor hauling  bridge timber and irons for the  C.P.R. extension at Midway t-> a  point uear the Ingram bridge.  Barclay & Co. carry the only  exclusive stock of Dry Goods end  Ladies' Furnishings in the Boundary district.  Chapman and Alexander, evangelists, will probably come to  Greenwood early in March toe induct a series of revival meetings.  Sam Stooke, of Midway, disposed of a carload of hay in the  city Wednesday.  Furs one-third off, during this  sale.    Barclav & Co.  The wrestling match between  Jack Calder, of Greeuwood, .-ind  Frank EUard, of Phoenix, has  been deferred on account of injuries received by EUard in training-.  The fourth annual ball ef the  Knights of Pythias Lodge, Midway, will be given in Terrv's  hall, Thursday evening, Feb. 18.  Tickets, including supper, $2.  Married���Tuesday, Feb. 0th,  in the Methodist church, Mr.  Timothy O'Brien, of Phoe six,  and Miss May Bennett, of Greenwood, by Rev. F. J. Rutherford,  B.A.  For fuu and frolic, see our new  fancy and comic valentines��� Ic-  Rae Bros.  The four-leaf clover club of the  Presbyterian church will giv ��� a  Valentine candy sale oa Friil ly,  Feb. 12, from four o'clock in the  evening. Refreshments serve .1 in  the tea-room���no admission. A  short program will be give i in  evening.    Everybody welcom ���.  The Greenwood Orchestra will  hold a Valentine's ball on M >n-  day evening next.  A fancy dress carnival will be  given at the skating rink on F^b.  19th.  A five-year-old boy was picked  up on Copper street the other day  who was unable to tell his name  or where he lived. Tbe little fil low  was entertained at Mrs. Murray's,  Anaconda, till be was claim' <l in  the evening by his parents from  the Mother Lode. How he happened to wander so far from li me  has not yet b< ��a made clear.  Barclay & Co. are openirg up  the largest line of spring % 'Ods  ever shown in the city���j rices  right.  The second-anniversary ball of  the Greenwood Rebekahs will be  held-on Friday, February 26th at  the Masonic hall. Last year's  ball was one of the best held iu  the citv and the Rebekahs promise that this year's ball will be  the best yet.  Barclav &C). offer soma choice  lines of Woolen good* at bargain  prices during their bi^ ten day's  sale now on.  Missionary service i ithe Methodist church on Sundav evening  at 7.30. , Sut'j-ct���" Missionary  work in B.C."  All Comforters and Pillows. 20  per cent off, during the big ���ale  at Barclay.& C .'s.  On Tuesday night the Ladies of  the Maccabees will entertain in  the Eagles' hall at progressive  whis1-. Refreshments will be  served and a program will help  to make a pleasant evening.  Ladies' Ready to-wear goods at  big discnuuts, during the sale ���  Barclav & Co.  The Ladies' Guild of St. Jude's  church will meet at Mrs. McMynn's on Tuetday next. The  Guild will hold a prominadeconcert on the evening of Tuesday,  23rd.  Raw, Cold  Guess these last fewiays hive set you  thinking about your winter Overcoat.  Well! we're ready for 'you with a  \s\i*  4.        t\ select .stock,  in the   accepted styles  Wintry   l)ayS<    and beautiful cloth patterns. \  Our regular  Campbell's   Clothing  is good enough for any man j but if  3rou're in the habit of getting your  clothes made to order,our special or-.  der 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 in and see our stock, and let's  show you what we can do.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd  METALS.  New York, Feb. 10 ���Silver,  51.^; Electrolytic copper, 13^ to  13#, dull.  London,Feb. 10���Silver 23 15 16,  lead, ;��13. Is. 3d.  Feb, 10���Closing quotations on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asked  B. C. Copper 7.37#     7.72  Granby ........             97.00  Dominion Copper 12^>      .25  Copper Quotations.  B.C. Copper 7.60   7.87^  Granbv  99.00   102.00  Dominion Copper     .\lyi    .25  Shetland   Floss   95c   per box  during the sale at Barclay & Co's  Dr. J. G. Shearer, secretary of  Social and Moral Reform Society  and secretary of Assembly's Evangelistic Committee will preach  in the Presbyterian church next  Sunday morning. The Methodist and Presbyterian congregations will combine and hold a union  service in connection with Dr,  Shearer's visit.  Dr. Shearer also wishes to meet  all the Christian workers of all  denominations in the Presbyterian church Saturday eveaing at  7-30.  ^Under Election Act.  The following persons have  been appointed as commissioners  for taking affidavits in Greenwood  Electoral district under the Election Act:  S. T. McOrmond, Eholt.  Alex. Stewart, Eholt.  D- A. MacDonald, -Greenwood.  Wm. Phillips, Denoro.  W. C. Wilson, Boundary Falls.  L. E. Salter, Midway.  D. A. Good, Deadwood.  Flannelette goods going at  bargain prices during the sale  now at Barclay & Co's.  Rossland   Winter  Carnival  For the above event to be held  February 2 to 6, the Canadian  Pacific Railway announce ^a rate  of  FARE   AND ONE/THIRD  RETURN  Tickets on sale from Fernie and  West January 3lst to February  6th. Final return limit February 8rd. ady-  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR ....  CLOTHES CLEANED,  PRESSED AND REPAIRED   aam    I    Agent for the  Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  Get   your   Job Printing at the  Times' Office.  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���lauds,timber or min.  es���in British Columbia.  Address in first instance  with fullpurticulars���"Capi-  tal," c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Van-  ouver,  Barclay & Co. have purchased  the entire stock of Dry Goods and  Ladies' Furnishings of the Hunter-Kendrick Co. and are offering  it to their customers at greatly  reduced prices- big sale now on.  Our new fancy and comic Valentines are marvels as mirth producers���McRae Bros.  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  f  '4  I  | Does  Your   Head  I Ache ?  I  Y  X Drop in aid leave it with us  Y  '/. as it will only cost you 25c to  X get rid c f the Worst  Head  ache you ever had,  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-room House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Appiy,E. H. Mortimer. ;  For Sale���A 5-rootn cottage in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed. Easv terms. Apply to L. Daignault, Anaconda.  WHITE BROS.,  :; Druggists -       -       -       Opticians  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Are offering a special line oi  IRON BEDS AND BEDDING  At away down Prices.  Fu 11 size Beds, strong and Durable, from $5.50 to  $30.00  Mattresses in ten different grades and prices.  A fine line of new Dining Chairs and Rockers just  Opened up.  T. I. Gulley & Co.  I  I  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  Phone 27  HI  ^ .^ .^ ���$,��$> 4* .^ ^ ��$��� 4��.f. 4? ��$��.$����gt��|����g�� ��!����������<$* ��!�������. 4**1**1* ������'  *  at  ,.-���     *v  *  4  ���*���������  ;:���:���: -.*-.  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.*  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 2*  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed  Cotcage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715 acres.  St*t��*fc- *8* *!���*�������!* *f�� ��f�� ��^�� *f�� ��f�� *����� *f�� ��f* �������� *f�� ������������* ��|* ^�� ��j|�� *|�� ��j�� ���'J* 4��  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  1  DEALERS IN  a  a-  a  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  0  a  *  ��  0  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��� '���  �����  a .-���.*.  �� ���  I ..-y-y-hl  aaa��aamaaaaaaaaa��amaa*9ama��aama��^^^��anmmaamamaaaamt>a  Tresb and Cured meats  Fi$b and Poultry*  *v  Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  n��j��W3��iS��3��S2��v3��S2��S5NS��=>  ^KsKs^^H^S^SSH^WS^SS?^ 5&53^^��>  i  i  I  I  I  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER AL^, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS Or  ^ARl ON AT ED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLOS FOR FAMILY  USE  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co., ira.Mc  *r�� :~<x r^^��^��^s��^��^&^��^��^&^&^&^&<  P. C.  BUCKLESS  PROPRIETOR���������   Will be attended to promptly  at this office   .   >    ,  This office is replete tbith everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  work being done with neatness and despatch

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