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 [>  /  VOL. 13  GENE!  14 he  GRBBNWOO��j^B��0:^^i^l3A^^-F^&RUAlVnV    1909  ' '"  CITY   COUNCIL  jww*^^ iaJ3^S8��M  further security after the date of  %f***"tet  '"����?  i5tai*,,��he,,Je>vpl^tt'^fJ  .,,.., By getting aXOGaOv^.H  ir  1   ���5  ���g��tn��vi> b.-tii-^n  (A: TjiiiinV'i-H .���!.<���������  I   A.  obcS   atu  i tt-:*v-> Liii  ��i    Ii   .v  --THrcu  ���>-ii   "i-  ^���.a,t;e ^the,, .Best ^>in the Worl.  ��� .OVHif'" f _���>  Mini n  '   oO.-  V;  %:  hi   *  ��� ->.������'& i  *   ^k^iqui^tioa^aod-^which^-owi^  jmines and a smelter in the BounH  jd ar j. djsfc-fcj, that Vti e, two. ��rfor f-l  lSV9&m mot comprjsfej^tai.n 6$  the assets of4he;con3,patty. derived  | from the proceeds of sales of cop-  ^ Rofbert -Woo'd; wh�� is' in the city  had soma*fine specfrnens off silver  glanceisent to him-this week from  the Sally mine at Beaverdell and  sorheTsahiplesbf ruby silver from  ���fife *3^de property 'that * Would  eafsily'go 2000^ourices';itt 'silver to  the toft*.'-* ;   ���'   ;'-1 ���������''���' ���������������   ��� '..;  '"   T   'irt'  ti'       '        '���'��� '���''���" '"'   '''7   '       ,f  .   J. P. Spindler, of  Pass Creek  camp was in.town.on Wednesday  ���s-     nhs -;:���{'   ������>  itu! ar.fiyiM -. -,..-<  and reports the properties in that  camp to be showing up spletfdirily.  Their winze is down 140 fjeet in  in ore running well in gold and  ���$���? \\\^.,\\ b ;.welj.;h4?.fined;; -and  ft0 f,nfe% feetITOb-A a&ani'-e  ilW^ift^?! utfithn^u*��$te.vP,P  iW*%ff&f>*j]M VAlfti&i<S.% ;and  ���^^ifflHjaye wtf .Tiaj/^fe.,the;  9Y0Y0 *^terf Bf Tfe|ft*m|> -?*mp!  jpej^^a^he^nip^trx^^di^ ^"^W ^acl^fe!^^S?U^  jTk&i^ta.^^^ f f le ^on^is,'j^neral  |are iacluded'in the security,  ac- ���^.!-ai.!^^^��J^TM^'L''-J|l.^WR'  cording to the contention of the1 withia the Columbia and Western  .K Oi   Ju i-��*��UT '���  itRh    .rff.sor-  &fcM& ISe-e- Thittt  .;lJ<rO-J :  .^oMi^,^;!.* ^������fflliJfeP^^i  i.^jyiM*  **  -t��:iO ^loH    .ta.cr OS S   .loorio". yiinriiJe [   .      rr���,  ���  MMl>fc^��ti��*t  i9dlo   jtn.6 8  1b -tj'UntiS   le! (n;itrtiitp.f^^q,)j  irf  q'Al  ���: >r;:|'i'> .gniuil/ I  9|So  rUii  1 *: *cn  m  iim 1 ^ hiiiiiriii  .rioTijn'.)   ni ! '  l(0  10  s  -a  Do vou realize the great and  TT.'^IJ 507 wD'TTTT!   >:ji*i[.'r.i'O^   itl .:*('.  ���'ioj II      .���<:;'��� ������,iv..^..; .tj irti(-,j;.'iis v  ,rn ���7(>f(.-''.!tiKti|X-j ij.ifi  1  TC.-'ftS  fen't.t^i.'i-.v<? <;Y!;t j[.:..>i.<:-iii;H.  '���'Ali'UlflHM a*''.  !*S  0t:B����itia  Your $boes tsotn us ?  ob Itiw' itotls^n  )  3ii)   a.  1  b<   jrao.i  at  -ai.  ��i  -}s  Xi   ni  .���3��  ,-oJB .ElJ  ���)V>J"i ,-l\':U  'K.vv 3"ir.'!>-.'  fl>All'.:i>  I   ll''.i Z.tQ  ii rtimin:  vi; u  iw.  1   f arfr  , Before,  Jiff     OJtjl  i:\A-  the .Supreme Court at  Vancouver yesterday  an   iniunc  ���������-.?������   r��qx^   ^ii:j-i.:v, ���';..    t.yyu.i -,..,  tion .was    granted    restraining  trust company  acting as 'trujjt^  for the bondholders.  Mrl'^Har^e^Witef^^C,, ap.  peaiedWPtiiU plaintiff; wlile Mr,  Av^^M^Uce^esgnisd the  liquidators, ^he couuciFBr the  company being Mr. A. M. White  sidel Mr. J. A. Macdonald, :K.C  appea|^% ^i^s|c^Tef creditor,  SSE32>k?J  s  rble  oaton h>al ie��  "'W^g oW'PoTicV'bf always having-! the-:bfeSt-!- ^i'*��l  un   ;.aTi;J ^ii .tit-ivooJ -.<r! P .o-.iacncits v-u.-ail li>i\. i>\ Dr.. ~�� -to' ,uo)  ts��a i�� -'3<'��"E?v<Jry,Sh6J:,l<*/e-,"ck:ryiisfjnade specially^for u?^    ,....._  qsrirfrfooa lookings*for*younSprirfg JShoes, ^on't'oVerlBok' \he'������*���  !,i',AfeH*'tl��l<^eaii,ghtiW:ybu ��llarger1rartge���JeIl1an, alltKe -;  t \X'R  m  8^ilVr��fT^   w  |B   UlJ  l.'l 'Jt*t��t��  '.IMt1'  JL  li  .y.      J^9ajly&c|��i^DeaIei'Jn^ea,sWea^  imohrTfym^  nr^i^^Dr* *-rr nun Fit a  ..J.SJ if  :L.m\  'HI  Br:  jti��-j3(  ���?-   DAY. AK^NTCHT^-  ** i��. ^U ����  . 4. ,^�� 4, ^^4- -tr -h 4^ 'S- 4> 4- 4�� ^' ��^ v  Yi��-��  r!  :-r>.' >:  , JKiTSU; V  Ulllfll f du y *S^IWMiUil ri; >a-: ���  AbiUtp .. -.  C  Land grant  SollJKfa^V^-Gri' Citm"  filings, of  the   Bounty   fraction,  |jvere in town this week.n   :,  p_ Henderson went east on a  trip  j��nd Cummings returned toBeav-  f'dell yesterday.  I  '   I In   the   appeal   of   Byrbh  N.  jf^hite vs. Star Milling and Min-  |ig:-Go. the SurAciie - Co^^ttifr  [given judgement in favor of the  tter.  ^,*te8&rt8eRfWbcfith B9-  porman,.as manag  ��   Thexci6m|)any   owfi^a marb  ^qtforry SeigWt ItfaileS r fronkyfe/OrdJ  ^whicm^as'k^teeWdtff��fynfvarii-!  ^somM^^!^:,]  I        . .?/iOOU ..riV/ODill'A/  ';   1* ^;[J>itHffl09ed.-tOydO'ffCfe'atra^  their;work3-.flit>the>)quan-ie'8   a  \to exBsa^^ftJI ^ajjlli^n^oll  f-on-;the^plant which w^jljr -^ive\et  spl'dyment to 200 men." 'v '   :'  i-cKMiofeaeJ. .Riciey^of^a;mou��-. as  djscov��rer of the Anaconda ane  St.   I^awrecce    mines,   died   "at  Butte, Mont.  He gave Marcus f)j  terest ^r sinking'  and it was this   that  "copp?|l?itig",his^l  realtftg ? S ;: I ^ ^ "  wealth,  . -ft" 'A 2 i t \J  In   the   last   thirteen months,  if teen Cobalt mining, companiesi  rtth a combined clpj  '00,000 have distriM(ed @nptaa^  jdends the sum of $��6oO,000.  _ **^^fev  the  lhave  "JrTVIc^firtin, a  /ell-known Cobalt" opera tor! ^^  Al! the triembers were present  at Monday 'n'isfh *sm :'etingof ^t'Ke  City Cout.cil with Mayor Bunting  in the chair.  Minutes of the previous'meeting were read and adopled^  Communications from the fire  chief re housing of ladd-r truck,  Vla^o-; aj*d firecomtnilt-e,were,.instructed to provide suitable placei  lor same.  ������' '.V' ������'   ������ j-''- 'n.T ' ���' ���''������'  !������' '��������: .������;  r< rom city clerk. Nelson, asking  for the adoption ot mountain  time. The,pity cjerk.was.instructed -to ascertain theT.-oiMn,i,oa,, of  smelter man*gers,;,Jdjner,'s)union,  Carpenter's junio.n and the, Board  qf Tr-ide. .    "  Street's committee reported tbat  ;th,eX had prde.red, ,rl0,000 fee* of  lumber, from-.-MUton iCraigieJ-a^  ^16 per;ih��usand.,v; v. ..; -XO. 0OC5: ���  ;, rThe clerk was instructed . dp  writei to-GrandrFork?,rNelson-and  Rpssland for . information as to!  procedure in those cities .in.cases  of fire caused by faulty flues and  chimneys and the payment;to-fire  department, when called; out on  siith-.occasions^ : .'���. oiii ,!     ,  ���.���������" Cemetery and; .Pound com mi t tee  repotted thalti-Mr.��� Stutridge- was  'nott��n^ying"o"Ut-"hi��^hiScagfee-  ment and Mayor and committee  were giving fall power to act in  ffre ma'ttet:   b-*^**-^^.^-  The following accounts were  ordeted,paid: .. ?-:  '��� _;.' :?.���<.?��� ���������' ���<���?:���-���'<.   y-y ���'  Greenwood City Water-"   *  ...jWjprJc^ Qp..;...,.. .^..ti.,.,.  FfreBeparltinent '777::.  White Bros   A. L. White   Bubar and McKay   A. A, Frechette,...  Special o  ed that sal a'  standing as such be established  *   ^_  le^kl^ep^rtea^^t Pr.  Oppenheimer would accept the  posi "  The capacity of the Granby  fmelter is to be increased to 4,500  tons daily during;I.:tffieWom$6j&f  summer. t      '-�� r  The capacity of the converter  U<1 a  s^^M--law to amend the liquor licence  ^��law la  v.-j Sent to Nelson. ��� -: .-,  >Bjen;'Ua^t,: w,ho has been in Green-  wcjod ga6l during -fhe preliminar,-  ^ of tbe case a^aiftst ? qi,eve;and,:  Bill Newman aud,himse'lf Tor the  |old^py'at:lBri(^syjir^'iri Dejc,'  iL^th last, was taken to Nelson  gaol on Tuesday"by' ConslabTeX"  Hart  ^will   appear for trial -at  1 Wftjpr'As^iises to; be   beld at  *B��lP^iewman is in the U^'  FedSPirl <$fef at^Spokane arid5 VSb-  jects tgjbeipg brought .pyer: }he  Boundarvltne; while his brother  Cieve' ffl& is said to hav^; beeri  released without authority by  ConstableJack. Meyer, of Molson,.  is still at large, with the ILS.  Federal officers on his trail.  Coroner's Inquest.  H.,,T,..punter i^ Jjack,.,from,^a  [mcmthr>^isit ;to.,hi^ -old , home a*  ^sbe,aUand,j;_pako:ta, in -. whfcb  tR1ejsurer;wasi_combinedl1w|t,b t^usi-'  ness. ...,,,,  .'-��� /i.-:!l        ���..    '���    ..-     <, . ������  It is six years since Harry left  -tyegrairifi and,- he reports very  ffla.fl7-?hf n?es the principal, one  'keiW;-&3t everybody .back there  J^s[��m(>ney.. ..j..,:^... .,.-.  T^re is said.to be any amount  of j^efnioney in the wheat coun-  ^fjB^WK>^or a chance, to invest  at ^jner. cent.  The Bpuudaiy country present*  an attractive teld for surplus  capital in mines and agricultural  lands; and when the people of  the Dakotas and the Canadian  prairiea become aware of the possibilities of the Sunny Boundary  t^;Tb.e inquirv regarding the  dfeath of Mai R. Chapek found  dead in'his cabin last Saturday  evening three? miles from. Boun-  dary'Fa)ls, was held on Monday  by_Coroaer Black, and the follow-  ill. H. ftov (foreman), Malcolm  ^illis; James CIarke, Frank Bel 1,  Patrick Fog^rty and C. H. Car-  opta,       ;  j,.. Cbapek- was -a. Bohemian, 35  years of age, who had tended bar  at different points in the Boun-  darjy, and was doing pre-emption  duty on land held by himself and  his brother.  He had made arrangements  with Oscar . Ncls-��r, who lias i  ranch half a milo dist.int to taka  .care of hie horse while he went to  Green wood to consult a doctor  and.-rh,aviag failed to show up  Nelson went to his c��bi i on Saturday evening and fouud lhe maa  dead, with a lamp buriii ig on a  table.  Dr. W.E. Spankie c->nductcd  the post mortem and ."bated thnt  three different attempts had been  made at self destruction  " The first cut was sufficient to  cause death in twenty minutes,  arid was evidently mide with a  pocket knife, and the work was  completed by cubing the throat  through to the spinal column  with a butcher-knife.  A verdict of suicide was returned.  The funeral services on   Wednesday were conducted by tbe Rev  M. D. McKee, and were attenflg&Sj-*  by a number of friends who had  a?i i a.</ c- PJf/^nt  ;a.nd   profitable  cowttrjr'tfr-fHe-fr'tke^^  movement toward   this  locality  -w;��ich;wm ,never cease; till alt the  availaWelandishsattled.    >fj [,v  J 3 "j II i  -.:i   / ���  )lant has been increased to 36,-  )0O,0OO lbs. annual  g-oll includes 550 men at tl  ix mines and 350 at the smelter.   2i>j    -iir!    ������".)  During   the   past> y,e^r jgheep,  'reek produced $250,000 in gpld.  StyftE, |^ramatjcnCo|g��p��ny  Last night theStuttz Dramatic  company played to a good houee  at the Auditorium the refined and  Miss Aggie Marion Stuttz, the  lfMPa* ^fy-.tf. ^coa??WJ W]f |3eorge & Co's.  finished actress, and  J^r.   S'tuttz  himself needs no commendation  as  one   of  the drollest actors on  Curling ������  The Geo. E.   Tusfcett. furling  |rophy brought to Greenwood for  ���    , '''ini'. aun-j ,'A'i  909 from the Rossland   bonspiel  >y C. J. Wilson,   Si'Ml'jMso'nV'  S W. Bishop and W;G�� McMybn,-  kip,    is   on   display   at   P. W.  the American stage.  ' ����� Tn^ ^l^fV&a^s^&e  KiVJ^afiiOSdiltl^^fof 4h\$i   the  Stuttz company hold the exclus-  and Alberta.       <��� .'r^'^o.i /,.ro  .,.     , Two Old-Timers,     |  )tcl   -nil    hi I   j  During tha past week two fftldi  Frontiersmen have been guestwat'  lHfelPiacifich��tel. They are Affdjj  .Raaafeu^^Sf   Rack   Creek,   ahd  (#ohn McCallum, of Lynch Crl^kj  slow' "*MT3fway,   who   sometitne  ,9ijace sold Ins well known   raiach  to   the. .Kettle Valley  Irrigated  Fruit Lands Co. f'   .'  'Mr. 15dria.hue is 78 years of {aige  ���while^lr; McCallum is 80 and troth  have been in the Boundary cofin-  ry for over forty years.  ^During: all this time Andy Don-  j-a^ii^^has.dug his livelihood frjbm  the gravel of the streams and he  has money    in   the   bank at San  Franciicb,Viat( riaarjdGrceawcoa  'M.  ^ Accompanying tdiel trophy,^are:  |hree fine mantel_clocks, which,  |vere given as individual prizes to  /the men composing tlie winning  Tink. ���-'fL'      T.>v:i'.��.  \Vd\xnw\  (To be used affrays.  5 -JWi.qn.Ko-ii.v.   <,?���-.���-,  ."�����n;J'ijf JT!'..>V j  Mfc  _i *j '  ���jr  f��� ��� ThisPrescripMonywtllhefilledr an  "LTHOMAS'I  3 "       T^ie   Drug 3to'^f/>f QpaUty,  .jp  ,4-f 4**9"lr1l>4*��l'>4k 4*��f ���  Flannelette "goods   going   i  bargain   prices   during the   sa  ti  ei-|  . ,-vAndy has. not worked his Rock  :> U'I.Q,O.F.:     : ,    .S'.:J  At   the   regular' meeting^ of j  Boundary Valley Ii0age;I;OiO;F. j  ���field on' Tuesday evetning tbe^fol-i  lowing officers' were installed ;by  D.D G.M. E. Foyle Smith: -'      >  V;-G:i��� Albert Logan.  fuojRefc Sec^R-J. Saundeti  ?<) h->&jg. yXSifi rB; ''Bubar..1. ��� -1 :��� i v.:  rri"'-1 LjSi^.G^E.^-O'Brie'n:--^ ^urfj  -"   "Chaplain, F.'.B.i'Brtwn:Ir. 1   '  j>y ���' OutsideOuard, F; B. HolmeJ  ��� ' 'Vlnsidei Guard, W. G; Swayne  The lodge intends to hold a  smoker in .a short time-particulars  ���of which will be given later, i:,  The Legislature  ',--���'���"&?'  ��h'  *\*$$  nV^itti.  _T��-  ���;,:::m  mm<  John Oliver, M.L.A.,for Delta,  in his criticism of the government agreement with the G.T.P.  re Prince Rupert declared that  the government only got an eight  or a tenth'of the waterfront instead ot a fourth, and claimed  that the government had failed  to safeguard the rights of the  people to free access to the waterfront.'  Barclay & Co. have purchased  the entire stock of Dry Goods and  Ladies' Furnishings of tbe Hunter-Kendrick Co. and are offering  it to their customers at greatly  reduced prices��� big sale now on.  -.;:i  v February ��. *W  BOUNDARY; ORE' TONNAGE  The following table (fires th�� ore fchlpn)cntB of Boundary mine* for I960, 1961, 1902, 4908,  19(#,: 1908,i>*<S,;tWn)��(* as raported to the Greenwood Tlme��-  I ���!.���'.!..��� i pa,t  Mink. 1901        1902        1903   .    19M        1905       1906        1907 1908        l'A��   Waak  Granby  Miow  231,762   3B9.098   39J,7l��   5*9.703   6^389   W1.4M   Ul^tf 1,028,747  116,(^9 7SJt,<>  fSoowslKK.^.     1,741;   20^00     71^1,2/    J        8,426   134.0C1        S0.756 30,320    2^)50  B. C. Copper Co.... ��� -. ��� ���       ;.....���     ,'  . Mot bqt. bode. _.     99,034    141,326��� J3BJ>79 .17^,298   147.576   10E.90C   208.231     294,635 63.161    8,218  B. C. Mine ..  ; Bramal..:.-..   -,.  Oro Deosro.   Na|KJlcon   Others    Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.  'da'joy .-,.;.:.   Rawhide   Banwtt. ..;.,_..���....  Mountain k<>se-  Athle6tan..f......  Morrison.-   .R. Bell.........:........  Senator..! '.'  Br��y Ifog-le..;.,.,,..,  No. 37 :.'..  Reliance...;._.. ....i  \9,i  650  47,406     14,811     19,3>S  8,590    22,937     37,960        15,537     i6>400.  9,485  3,007  1.48B 1,7U  11.804     18,274    .   .  3,177      14,481 58,98-1    1,175    11.206  .".. ...  20       U.J13   24S  !97  802  550.    .  . 7,455     15,731  .......       5,646  150  32,350     55,731    140^86 43J96        4JfW    2,960     12Jt��J     .  3JD70     25,108     IbflXl 64,173  3,2%       3^66     48,390 31.270  4,747      3,550     31.238  Creek placer ground for the  past  ^t-fcree years on account of infirmity  suiphnriting..  ���c*used oy :rjieumatics, but he says Goiden crown...... 2,2*0  , . ��� ,      ' . tKlnjf SOlottJOB-!,..,   that he knows there   is   gold yet 1 itig copper.  1,'40  875  786  625  1.759  ^.596  3.339:  560  363  2,��5  11,971  3,450  3"W  ..   9  649  3.450  222  3*4.  33  1333  33  150  Barclay & Co.   are opening up  ^the largest line of   spring,-, gjoodsr  lever shown   in   the   city���prices  r *"    ' ' "    "7777. '&Qfk: CreeET to   the   attention of  he proposes to form a company  during the coming summer to install    a plant   that   will   bring  A number of ^lsoTbullnes��I  men have formed themselves int��  a company to prospect for coal on  ;a property   of   l^fb-^Gr^fl-rw^ichr  telephone for; the despatching"if the? have acquire1ia,1a^^i?cef0rn^  traifatsv and it is;proposed torieTec-;  trify  tfce "m^Hfttaiu 1 di visions be;<  tiesij.T  ��i!i  .>:\v,  J hrrn  Barclay & eo., cfter^timetlioice1'  ihe world.���  F. J. Deane, late of tbe Nelson  News, will enter the journalistic  field at Edmonton.  rr  665  2.000  360  586  482  2,060  890  ^facing-fwi&the^BoiHiblaryi  Ge|c| llaes of woolen goods at bargajn'  ^.4*^1    T .-.     .1 ...it .Ijl I   ��.'   Tirir*��Q   Hnrinrr   \\\o.\r.   Ki.r   +a*.     A -..,��..  I   J  I.  Furs one-third of�� "during this  prices during their big ten day's  sale now on  suDscri  TorThe Times  1 ..-'':, . _   ~  ,      "        |No.7Mlne._    to be taken from   the  Creek, and city of rarig ���    Jewel..       160  Riverside,.    ���   Carmi,.    _   Sally   Rambler    ���   Butcher Boy    _   Bnncan     _   ProWdetice    _   Elkhorn    _   Strathmore..      _   Golden Eagle     _   Preston..    _   Prince Henry    _   Skylark    _   Last Chance    _   E. P. O. Mine   Bay., :...     .-.  Mavis.     _   Do�� P>dro.- ;.,-..   .......  Ctescent  '   i  10         53  , Helen -;  ,ljt ihre^rted that  th�� CP R. tR��i>.v   expects a  iHaitfcfe-itt the Columbia  Western t .  .li;   .��,-. > ��� - l^.*-..,   ---������-.-. ��� - ^_  T'otitl. toiS.r ..'..:   390,S8r 'SaiSTB   690.4��   829,908   933.5481 :if.J^37l;14iJ37      Smelter   treatment��� [  _.. , , ,-   ,       , rtraoWCii.   . itaajOB   212J10. 401,^21^^ 596JJS2 . <B7.1B8.. JU*JiT>   fc37jS��  lj>37.?44   UO.'.OJ ,W,^3  Flannelettes and   wrapperfettesi B.c.oorpcreo in,6U i4a*�� m^u 2i��,^w 210330 uj^w 341,952   t^m    s7s*o 9,<kcs  ^FSkfMMpBnfe^i^ara ro**c**nd*- ^.   ^   ***** ���]<\��^:-*^^ ^w ..v* .���_. _._.  Shetland   Floss     95c per tbox  during theisale at Barclay& Co's.  final   settlement with |:^^I^i^7!7  219  79  593  400  145  726  326  167  52  50  300  Land grant trouble in Marcli.:  80  -3,45*  '3ft*  AXt  60  750  30  106  779  150  20  SJ5  689  I<6  73  2<l  40  90  *)  . 20  SOO  90       30  f*  120   .   76  9  18  40       1,140  700        40  20       140  56          .  60        20  li  589  224        30 THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMHS  CP*-]  CP*',  ����.  ank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817-  CP*5  ft   $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS  $217,626.56  Hon   President:    Lokd Strathcona i��u Mouht Kotal, G. (,. M. l��.  V^^de^^^rafSSSSTa^l ?.���&������. Bak,  Branches in London, Eng. I A'UI/'cSB'x I Hi* York, Chicago.  Buy add sell Sterling Enchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Travellers' CredlU, available in any partjof the world.  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  PROVINCIAL ITEMS S ���  | 1e to lake him away in   t'i2   faci  f his tribe.  r^fc. /TOPS'. X��.V.W ��� ''���  rf  w��  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager  j    The Nelson Board of Trade has  Rev. Father Fay, the first par-      ,,,.���..       ^ "   *  ��� ! asked the Dominion  Government  ish priest of Vancouver, died sud-i e ',     ���  r ; to place a duty of $2   per   th-us-  : and on fir, cedar,  spruce,   tamar-  ���4 denly last week  1836  THE BANK OF  1909  ,r      n ,  ,   0    .t,    , ,��� ,        aok and pine lumber coming iito  Mrs. Ralph Smith delivered .-m ' &  Canada and   also   an   impost <>n  shingles.  j     All of which will   certainly   b-  J  'opnoP^d    bv   t'ip   p*i chisers   of  Hon. Mr. Templeman will wje  lumbor in the prai i-pr vine---,  upon the D.tminion   Gvernmcnt|  the need   of   considerable   public  KETTLE VALLEY FRUIT    LAND,  able address to a faslii.>nat>l��*  audierce at Ot'awa in favtir of  woman suffrage.  A dcpuia lif r   <f   h'tnl er  works i;i Comox-Aili'-  73 Years In Business.        Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Small sums of money can be  transmitted safe!)' ��� conveniently���and at trifling expense  ���by our Bankers' Association  Money Order.-..  Money  Orders  for   $ 5.00 or under  cost 3 cents.  5.00 to S10.00    " 6  " " "      10.00 to 30.00    " 10      "  30.00 to 50.00    " 15  Greenwood Branclv^H. F. STOW, Manager.  HIT  !��-:-i'ednn the tirovirc'al gov rn-  I    m. nt with a req-i^st tint the    rz-  The Vancouver Power Co. has sC"t 21 year leases<1 timber) nd������  asked for permission to raise   the  ��<��� made renewab'e al the end    of  height of the Coquit'am dam fr.m  that period", an-1   wete   prmi*ed  five to sixty feet. the consideration of the admi is-    tration.  The Canadian   Northern  Rail-    way has reserved lands at Kon-j  loops for round-houses and sho; s j  and real estate is active in ihat j  citv.  C.P.R. Declares Dividend.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  H. HALLETT  Bakkister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic.  ;le Address:       ���'HAi.tErT."  1 Hertford M'Neill's  Moreinjr A Nc.al'f.  I Lciber's  GttEENWOOD.   B. C  of inquiry is another matter of  interest to the people who will  wonder if the ex-deputy is not  actuated by mercenary motives in  his belated move.  The Canadian Pacific Rail vay  C >., has declared   a   dividend   of    two   per   cent   on the  preftrred  i  Up   to   January   18   thc royal stockand three per   cent   on the  mint at Ottawa had coined   over common stock for the   half   year  PO'JNDAHV   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  ��� ,..,T   '.'���i-.-si'av  Evening at 8 00  in  tlie  ':���'.  !A::'i.     A   cordial  iiit-I cation is ex  :'.-.  ���������., \ "ii 11 -nu brt-tliern.  . ... i.VAI.1) A. LOGAN,  ...... V. <;.  .-.;.:���. sai;xdk;;s. r����-. s-.c.  lllWili'V  Cn"'  11  l*si��?a ecerv Tridav  Mili.a.k & Davidson, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAR  Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  ruH Ysak        ....   2 00  S.-x Months  I 35  To Foreign Cochisibs  2 50  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909  The Montreal Witness calls attention to the greatly increased  bani clearings for the month ef  January and predicts a season of  unexampled activity for 1909.  The expenditure of millions of  dollars bv the railroad companies  will mean the constant employment ot large armies of men.  Supplies are being- contracted  for ahead, and where a year ago  they were curtailing expenses in  every way possible they are now  buying rails, track supplies, cars  and engines and this is being done  with every confidence in the future.  $300,000 in silver purchhs- d from  the Consolidated Mining and  Smelting- Co., of Trail, B.C.  Over six hundred   gold   sovereigns were coined.  "The Colonist has never assumed the right to dictate to any constituency as to the course it. ought  to take in any emergency."���Victoria Colonist.  Ottawa Free Press : No, it  merely circulates forged telegrams in order to carry a close  election.  Special officers Wat��on and  Bellaway located Peter Gun-snoot, the brother and accomplice  of tbe Indian murderer on the  Upper Naas river but were unab-  ended December last, paying on  April 1st next, It was also decided that at the same time a further sum equal to one-half of one  Der cent be paid on common  btock, to be paid out of the is ter-  est of the land sales. After the  payment of working expet ses,  fixed charges and the dividends  now declared, there is a surplus  tor the half   year of $4,813,232.  Leader Borden has yet   to   explain his conduct in taking three  months to repudiate   that alleged   despatch of   his   which  was  the   direct   cause   of   the   great  Tory victory iu British Columbia.  That Mr. Borden   remained silent   wbile  Liberal  candidates in  this province went down   to   defeat before a storm of unmerited  abuse, aud that he held his secret  until  it   was dragged out of him  on the floor of parliament   three  nonths after the   falsehood   was  perpetrated, is   a matter  which  >laces him in a most  unenviable  . isitiot).  Had Mr.   Borden  pursued  the  lanly   course   and   exposed   the  raud at once thc Canadian parlia-  ;ent would have been saved from  ���ie disgrace of a member holding  scat    won    by a    forgery; and  ��� uld also have been    spared the  '-���acle of the crocodile tears so  iv  shed    by    the    ridiculous  :i    r.-f   differentiating denials v��hu ; i.'present tl.e Biitir-h  .nubia   u iiiservaiiv^s   in   the  i; ��� ii:e of Commons.  That the value of the total  catch of our Canadian ' fisheries  has reached the huge annual sum  of $25,500,000 shows that the resources of the country are being  developed to a surprising degree.  Cbc...  Boundary  Creek Citnes  When   a man pays road   taxes  until he is sixty years  of age he  is entitled under a provincial law I  to be relieved of the $2 levy.  By taking advantage of this he  loses his vote in municipal matters.  And it that isn't a case of handing a man a lemon we would like  to have a suitable name for the  procedure.  It is probable that there will be  another investigation in the matter of the escape cf Bill Miner  from New Westminster penitentiary.  Ex-Deputy warden Bourke  claims that be possesses information that would show connivance  of officials at the escape.  Why Mr. Bourke did not tell  his story when he was examined  under oath before the commission  Montreal Herald: The Victoria  Colonist's explanation of the falsified Borden telegram is equally  interesting for what it confesses  and what it obviouslv refrains  from confessing. It shows Mr.  Borden how much some of his  most active followers think of him  Tbe terms of the Order-in-Coun-  cil approving the increaseof $50,-  000,900 of the C.P.R. capital  stock provides that the issue o'  tbe new stock shall not be exempt  from the operations of the Railway boaid.  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the  Boundary Creek  Mining District.  f The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ^ The Time? is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE) IF IT CAN'T.  Hamilton Times : Does Mr.  Barnard, M.P. fofVictoria, B.C.,  by virtue of the forgery of that  Borden telegram, admit that ''tha  receiver is as bad as the thief ?"  An honorable man must find  Barnard's position rather humiliating.  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles-roMidltoay on CJP*^ 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   cAcre Lots, withwater rights  Zfor particulars apply to <Z). R.   Tait, Midway,  Pacific Hotel  Gkirg & MoRhisoN, Prop.  The Pacific, is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining-Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  ^^u aa\\^ a^sa^ a^a^ a^La ^aa^a,  aXa a^^^ JL  00000900M0000000000009400  I  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.?  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  6 PHONE 65.  O0OO00OOO000OO00OO0O00M04  Copper  HANDBOOK.  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FIRST CUSS CAFE, OPftfl DAY AND NWMT    ��� y  ^4-������*����4>����4����f������4'��4>4'4'4'��'f��'�� it  Arlington Hotel  The Arlington is centrally  located, warm rooms, good  meals and a Bar stocked  with the best Liquors  and Cigars.  C. A, Dempsey, Prop.  *  Electric  enrrent   supplied   for  Power, Ligkting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous i < v 11  service for operating.  : : :   :   j  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  +*+++**4+*C<*+jM4+t4r+++t+++  * THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ratm  Minii*MiifMiiirf>'iiy~iy,frrihHr^  | GENERAL.NOTES)  #���; The L^thbridge Brewing Co.,  will erect a $75,000 m ilt house at  ihat place.  King El��**rr1 and Q ieen A'ex-  dra are visiting the Km;>eror Wi -  liam at Rer'in  The G-eat Falls, Mm'ana,  b >ar1 of commerce wsnt the C. P  R. extended to that citv.  A bill for the segregation of  Japanese students was rejected  by the California legislature.  The* Postmaster-General has  refused readmittance to tbe mails  tothe Calgary Eye Opener.  An appropriation of $860,000  has been made for the annual  militia training in the Dominion.  The Dominion government will  give $75,000 to erect a suitable  building at th* A.Y.P. exposition  A herd of Asiatics yaks will be  seat to Labrador by the Federal  (rovemnent, and an endeavor  made to propoxate them in that  country.  Ike Bank of  B.N.A.   has  de-  Honored by Women  When a woman speaks of her  silent secret suffering she  trusts you. Millions have bestowed this mark of confidence on Dr. R. V. Pierce,  of Buffalo, N. Y. Every-,  where there are women who  bear witness to the wonderworking, curing-power of Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription  ���which saves the suffering sex  from pain, and successfully  grapples with woman's weaknesses and stubborn ills.  IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG  IT   HAKES  SICK WOMEN  WELL.  No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence  misplaced  when  she wrote   for  advice,  to  the World's  Dispbnsary Mbdical Association, Dr.  R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.  Dr. Pierce'b Pleasant A/Ms Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day.  clared a dividend of 30s., and a  bonus nflCK a share. The sum  of $100,000 was added to the reserve and $75,000 carried forward.  The trial of Patrick Calhoun,  president of the United Railways  of San Francisco, for bribery of  supervisors is proceeding in that  city.    A tract of 11,200 acre* of agricultural lands in the Nechaco  valley, along the line of the  Grand Trunk Pacific, in northern  Cariboo, was sold this week by G.  M. Davis, of Victoria, to Trafford  Huteson, of Seattle, representing  an Iowa syndicate, which will  dispose of its holdings to prospec.  tive settlers from the western  states. The consideration was  $140,000.  President David Starr Jordan,  of Stanford University, says that  there is.no danger of war with  Japan owing to the legislation at  Sacramento.  "Japan is too poor," he declares,  and adds that the only way te  exclude Japanese was by. an agreement with Japan. He says  the leaders favoring legislation  against Japanese were playing to  the gallery, and were misinformed. He thought Representative  Drew sincere, however, in his advocacy of an anti-alien land law.  The action of the agitators he  characterized as making California ridiculous in the eyes of the  country.  pany. A syndicate has secu-e I  a new process of making steel st  a fraction of the present cost a nri  that too from a common or�� tint  is at present plentiful in N-.*wO -  tario. Tbe new process will  duce the cost of tool steel f  $1.03 to 10 ceuts a pound.  ro-  ni  A discovery of load ore  been made in Musquod.-bolt  trict, N.S.  <l   ���  Ten  China  Steps have been taken for   the  formation of a Canada Steel Corr��  Dominion Copper Company  To tbe Bondholders, Creditors and Stockholders:  On Nov. 30th, 1903, the National Trust Company of Toronto, which is the Trustee under the mortgage given to  secure t'.ie outstanding issue of $800,000 of bonds, convened a meeting of bondholders in New York City after publication and mailing of 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  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 Coiamittei was appointed at that meeting from among the bondholders and stockholders then present with  power to add to its number, to investigate the affairB of the Company and to formulate a Plan of Reorganization on behalf of all interests concerned. Pursuant to this request and appointment, the undersigned consented to act as such  Committee.  , , The Company has a number of.promising mining claims and the probabilities are in favor of the development of,  ��� large tortnage of low grade ore, but the outcome of development is accompanied by the uncertainties incident to every 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 successful operating mining companies in the District, to acquire all or part of the 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  quired to develop these propsrties and construct a proper smelter, to the low grade of the ore which renders the enterprise 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 lb., it may be advisable to sell the  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 tbeir judgment it is found to be for the best interests of the security hoideri.  PRESENT   FINANCIAL   CONDITION.  Principal of outstanding -Bonds       $800,000  Interest unpaid from June 1st, 1908 (say) 7 months  28,000  Debts, including liens for workmen's wages (approximately)  100,000  Present outstanding share capital, 500,000 shares, par $10 each  5,000,000  Committees and Whips of the  Federal Parliament,  Several standingcommiiteis < f  She House of Commons have eU t-  ted chairmen as follows :  Public Accounts, A. H. Clark,;  railway, H. Guthrie; banking and  commerce, H. -H. Miller; private  bills. J. A. C. Ethier ; privileges  and elections. W. M. Gormm ;  standing orders, G. M. McCrar.ey;  agriculture. M. S. Schell.  Liberal whips were named by  Sir Wilfrid Laurier as follows :  Chief whip, W. S. Calvert; N..va  Scot'a. A. K. McLean ; New  Bruaswick, Dr. McAllister; Que-  bec,L. Lavorgne and Victor Goof-  frion; Oa tario, G. E. Pardee and  H. McGiverin ; Saskatchewan  J. G. Turriff ; Alberta, Dr. Mc-  Im yrt.  CHAPPED FROM FINGERS  TO ELBOW  Handsome  Dinner Sets  Given Away.  Wo are l-luciny a numbered coupon in each 491b, sack of  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR that leaves  <<ur m lis. Save your coupons, and compare them each  month with the lucky numbers that will appear in this  spa* e in the first issue of the month.  I en persons will each receive one of these elegant presents without cost monthly. The numbers will be announced in the first issue of the month. All the persons  holding a duplicate of thee numbers has to do is to return  it to us, and we will deliver free of all charges a handsome  109 piece Dinner stt. You will find all the details of the  contest on the back of each coupon.  In buying ROYAL STANDARD Flour you  secure the most, delicious, nutritious and healthful bread  flour on the market.  Manufactured only  by  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., LTD.  Vancouver, B. C.  Snynopsis ol Gaoadian Xorth-Wtsl  the  ji '������������unify  BEffi  Mtmrni  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY available dominion Lands within  Railway Belt in British Columbia, muy be  homesti-adeil by any person who is the sole hVad  of a family, or any maleorerlS years of age,  to the 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  situ ite. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on certain conditions by the father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an  iuteiidlntr homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  conditions connected there with under one of  the following plans;  1) At least six muni lis' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year fur three  years.  (2} If the father Cor mother, if the father ia de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of the laud entered for, tbe 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  pon farming- land owt.ed 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 wrili.iK'should begiven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ol  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining riphts nmy be leased fora  period of twenty -one years at au annual re.tal  of $1. per acre.   Not   more than 2,��60acreslhall  be leased to one individual or company.   A roy-  ality at the rteof five ce its per ton shall  be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of tha Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized  publication of  tbis   ad  vertisetnent will n >t be mid for.  Total      $5,928,000  To this must be added Trustees' Fees. Liquidator's fees aud legal and other expenses incident to the liquidation  of tbe Company, foreclosure of the mortgage and the organization of a new company,  Your Committee after due consideration of the subject in all its bearings hereby recommends 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.  It The Committee either to hold the property so purchased, pending a sale thereof by it, or transfer the property to  [J a new Company to be organized under the name of the NEW DOMINION COPPER COMPANY (hereinafter referred  to as thenew 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  less  Total securities of the new Company $1,750,000  (As against the present capiU I stock, dabts and obligations of about $6,000,000 of the present Company, or  than one-third the securities of the present Company.)  The interest on the bonds will be payable annually, but only out of the net earnings 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 Companv  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 cover the expenses of foreclosure, reorganization and the underwriting of the requirements of the new company, 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.  Tne cash reaulrements of this plan have been 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 of $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 the 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 $800,000bonds, and interest  ���stockholders who subscribe for income bonds will receive 50,000 n:w shares; as to those who do not so subscribe, tbe Underwriters will receive the stock applicable to the non-subscribing stockholders. Creditors will receive 20,000 new shares  an/^underwriters will receive 12,000 new shares as an underwriting commission, which will absorb 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 thc transfer of the property to it, to sell  the entire property, assets and undertaking of the present Company or the securities deposited under the plan, representing 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 t j  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  this Plan are required to deposit their securities with the Hungarian American Bank, No. 32 Broadway. New York  City, not later tnan February 25th. 1909  Certificate* of stcck in order to be entitled to deposit must be endorsed in blank and must be accompanied by  the payment of the first instalment on account of the new Income Bonds, The payments bv 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: Mjiy 25th, 1909 25c   '*     "  For all amounts ot less than $100 payable by stockholders on 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 acquire additional Bond scrip by purchase at par, to entitle them to a$100 bond, to the extent, if any, to which the Underwriters would be otherwise entitled to such Bonds, provided such stockholders will apply for such additional scrip at  tha time of their subscriptions hereunder.  Negotiable temporary receipts will be issued for the securities deposited.  All depositors will be deemed to have assented to tne terms of tbe Plan and Agreement, copies of which  may be bad on application to tbe Hungarian-American Bani: or to tbe Chairman of the Committee.  CHARLES HAYDEN, Chairman, 25 Broad St., N.Y.  WARREN W. FOSTER,  JOHN A. SLEICHER,  WARREN CURTIS,  JAMES WILLIAMSON,  HENRY H. MELVILLE,  SAMUEL UNTERMYER, WM. C.  Counsel for Committee,  Boy's Agony Relieved by Zam-Buk  If }���' u are suffering from badly-chapped hands vou will be able to comprehend a little of the agony which Henry  Wa;ker, of 14. Manufactures Street,  Mi'ii real, endured before Zain-Buk  gave him relief. His mother, tells of  the case to a Press representative, said:  "Henry works with his shirt sleeves  ro ltd up above his elbows, and passing  'from a warm room to the biting cold,  as he was obliged to do, he got the worst  case of chapped hands and arms I have  ever seen. From his fingers to his elbows was one mass of ra��v flesh, with  bad cracks here and there. Whenever  he washed, it brought tears to his eyes,  the pain was so acute. He tried several  kinks of salves, but nothing relieved  him really until he tried Zam Buk. Thia  balm seemed to take away the burning  and smarting almost at once. The  cracks began to heal, and a few applications of the balm cured him. His  hands and arms are now smooth and  soft.  "We have also used Zam-Buk for other emergencies* I su itainec a burn  on one of my fingers. Zam-Buk took  the fire out and healed up the sore. It  really seems a wonderful household  preparation.  "On one ocoasion my son Harry had  his foot frozen. It was very svrolleu  and discolored, but Zam-Buk both relieved the swelling and removed the  discoloration* Zam-Buk is so handy  and so effective that we shall always  keep a supply handy."  Miss Hattie Bertrand, of Salisbury,  Ont., says:���"Every winter I suffer  from chapped hands, but I have fouud  a cure in Zam-Buk. Applied at night,  it heals the cracks by morning, and  takes away all the soreness."  Similiar effects follow its use for eczema, scalp sores, blood-poisoning,  ulcers, ringworm, children's sores, cuts  burns and bruises. It also cures piles.  All druggists and stores sell at 50c a  box; or post free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price.   1  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  HOME-MADE   MEDICINE  Said  to Relieve Kidney Trouble  and Rheumatism  Fluid Extra** Dude-  One ounce  lion;  One ounce Compound Salatcaa;  Four ounces Compound Syrup  Sarsaparilla;  Mixed and taken in teaapoenfal  doses after meals aad at bedtime, is  stated by a prominent physioiaa to  give most excellent rarafta ia kidney  or urinary afflictions, aad also in  rheumatism and aoiatiea. Tbe mixture opens the clogged pons of tbe  kidneys, thus assisting them in taeir  work of filtering all waste and poison,  ous matter from the blood, aadexpals  these in the urine. To allow this  poisonous matter to ramaia neass  that it will settle in tha muscular  tissues or joints, and eaasa tae untold  misery known aa rheumatism.  The mixture is composed of harmless vegetable ingredient* wbieh can  be purohased at any good drag store,  and mixed at home.  Anyone suffering frcea any of these  affliction! will no doubt be pies sad to  learn of so simple aad highly recommended remedy.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in vocal  and instrumental music, is prepared to  ���receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday aad Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and farther particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  TAYLOR, Secretary,  37 Wall St., N.Y.  Wanted���A situation by a  re'  liable and experienced woman as  housekeeper, chambermaid,   diti-  ingroom work or assistant  cook.  Apply toM.C, box l,Denoro,B.C.  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���lands,timber or min.  es���in British Columbia.  Address in first instance  with full purticulars���"Capital, " c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Van-  ouver,  dabbing Offers  Wc will send you Thc Boundary Creek  Times with all the New* of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal^  gary, a first'class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910*  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and HON  are  beyond question die greatest medicines known. Then way does not  everybody *ake Cod Livci OU and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by tbe introduction of FERROL, ia  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  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  emuhion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  nnd Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared tliat not one person in a thousand finds  iny trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the    Oil    and    Iron    is    immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be  wondered at that  physicians    everywhere    have    fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice.    FERROL is invaluable for tbe treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  "You Know What  You Take"  BOVRI  the kitchen  economist  The]Manitoba Daily Free Press  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.  ft  23��//f  Much of thc l-'fl-ovcr food yo;i nc ���;  throw out cj-.-i Is.! tumfj i :j <!^li-  cions dishes by thc .���y.Jitrc-/-. of a  little Bovril.  It  gives  v.*ari:-.i��>  -ov.  ;���  nv  ; : J til  juiciness of tlie o.  ���-���ac!-:  nc.  It gives body aud  strfi  -'���:'.: t  -. ...-��'.! 1  and gravies.  It gives a ilclicio  ::s, i  ��� tuz: '.  " ".Vi.  to cold meals am  !;:��� ..  ir .  Every day yen %:���'.  I f.nc*  "ov:  and an economy  in   i  ���cur 1  .;ch^i  Bovril contain:! the c-.?i:\'.cc, favor  and nutrient substance: c f lhe v. ry  best beef. It j-ives :t-o-~!h ;.pd  nourishment ta tho ir.vc:".; J, ?.::d he'p-  fulness and econcrc.y '.j i!z.s cook.  All good grocsva sc!! IK3VR7' THESScStJS^ARY CREEK TIMES  tsizvi trusts':  ���fiVszrtxsttxzsC'S*  c^cl^ aj^spt: ���^?^^a^/���Cw^g^^gJ^B^���^BC^a'a^Cia���.J^^"���  ies  ���dai  I^GO McRae was ia Nelson this  '*a4k.^  (Ji��l"��$3 Brown  was inr Nelson  '~Miss M. Lawspn   has   gone to  Vancouver.  3. ^ihjahurst returned from the  coast last Friday.  Duncan* Mclatosn has retarded  irovi. aj-rifp .to tnexoast  &  TOWN lOVIC*  ��EE  K2M  |       To make rootflfor NeV/:; Spring-Good's, wd ,;i|  ��� ��� \ '��� - ������������.'. \  i)   are-offering the following ,induc;ejtt,ie��t|^'^.Q^rJ  ffl '       ���).'��� ������-!'.;    Till ri J-! ii -n  ���j 25 per cent off clothing  ���,> 25 per cent off Hats and Caps.  ii  ���������- ,0 \d ..vj hlkno-  l* %****��� 'Qd-pzt+cettt off Underwear and Sweaters.  JO 3HIOI03M   3ClAM-3'ViCH ���  ' .v.  i 29-per-cent off shfrts of all kinds.  'duoiT ysnbiX svcjilof!   o! bii;S    �����     ��� ���.-.r.-:-~:;',r:.r.TO-s^-TCT��s'Jgr.r.'.^jffafsusa  rnziJEtniiarig   boc        __        J   ...,..,,���... .   ....    '   ". -      '  - And other Bargains Justas great;  ; 9doJsU3 bnitcq;;  [:tv_3    buL-oijumO  Ibau' la [iu.t h:  ,   B. and.B*.'j Bubar,, pf'Midway,  were,in'town on Tuesday.���"'  ��� ���: f   ���.')  ':���:(-: -;   ,���'. ' ���!    ;.:j   if 'J ������:<(���  Mrs. Charles McClung- was visiting in;Hhoenix this: week.: ���?:���>  D* R. Tait.' or Rock "Creek, Ih'ars  returned1 front U trip t!o:'the coa^'i  ���-���'"' i'   ''    ' ���''���'   ' '������>'< ��''��� ���    "-:   ' I  Col. Lowerv, has, ibeeri; a*w.ay  over in Nelson direction this week  Jojie^phxP^a^ragh has been, iap-  pointed chief of-police ior Phoenix. .]".'-::..:.  ��� :. ���     ��� ��� ���,.:  A. Ni Bo'rton, of the Bell nrn*,  Wallnce mouatadnijisjatj,."the Jin"-  ^ria)_:;::\ ; "ifviojrl/-?  / fBorti-ftr\t the Sister's hospital,  Feb. 13.to Mr. and Mis.W. Hart,.  ��� !a,"SOB-'JHi"-'.'''"-^"':-~--<: .r.--^c���.--;:-.':.-M.--.^*v.v- ���-.  W. T. Smith, of Spokane, was  wtttHn-Greenwood ���at���the first of  the week.  'A^Mwwiaia^ >ar^iz&-3*r]&/e'Brawn-{< of Kwosk��op��-,3ti(��  Kur'z cigar man, was in Greetf-i  wood yesterday,  it ��>.&. |jai��^)^iald%tlie;Eicels,iOr  ;C>  &> -*oiu oT' ;��nhi. a,H ..; Piitn^glfings.  5jfc.'inj   aiccvn   o?   -i:v;.Uui   w.-r.:'c.tti't     ~g    C3  |)i'L;o*5f-rn  o:!3  ai  u'.t.-t  a��Dfqc  Mil')   lioi'.TW  .;.>noJa jjml) boojj  VC.J!   U:  [i-.l^i-ifl-l  ,)J ihjpaalij ed JcfuoL on i  JrnoosT Tlrigrrf bas olarais oa >o u-ir.ol  .VB9m!��T   fl.'ii  ^st^tiife tMrrg:  ;.��*��.> =t.r.  ���a;  ijiifiiiess in Nips  ii  Direct Importation.  ..St/  iiKSf^RTESS  Ei^y  GREENWOOD  ilSMWnc*l  ^om^#er%Jba^   ^i/e Jo t  urines'5  9  West Ft rk to do assessment wo{  irm-lri'ftrjiweTatTta^^"^^  A. H. Noyes, general agent  the Excelsior Life, is  on  a business trip to Kootenay points.  H Bfflmi^A't/Spokane, Jan. 27,  ^fTananerfr Carl E. Julihn,  t0R<5fe*?lf55��(l (laughte  John T. Mulbern,   city  dnv  re'uuaed on Maud a v from   a   vi  to his father.who is ill in Oataf-  ourm  Spriiig stock w4WlUrffer  atld SUI^C|^ |o|c|h|n!y  S4G Buys a Baker" s Oven, TiostlRw.^aWorGavaiTftted iron  :V V ^Charter Oak'Stove &   Rangc..._C-Q,^Piit-   LouiSt ���2"*��i2L,  ''i'Sea^urem^rit^ iiVcheis high, 'lb   inches   wide,   24 inches  deep.  ^ Thisiven has. double walls art'd is to be filled with sand before us-  ^r^//CM��e<F-ready tf or'shipping, only $40.  g^/Btrys aJCa!igraph Typfe>vriter, in good order.   $24! Buys a BerirrigeTGfarhbphone.Type F 321, with 55 Records, most new  S15. Buys a Nof^hAl^i Incuiteu^d^MS<ift \  season; it is a snap see it  gl 25. Buys a Brun4Wi(i4 Balk Pool Table.   ���    ���-   s ,-r jasvi.j���yifebfujoa-  -31  A - L- WHiT&  Furniture and Stove \4&2  >w?IV3?hon^>|  Mr. and Mrs. Ejmer Collier have  TeTurnerl~frdm Ttour otThe"coast  cities and will live at their home  on the West Fork.  H. W. Sharp, of Sharp and Ir  vine, Spokane,   was   in   the cily  this   week   selling    McGillivray  Creek coal stock,  [arry Swan,   of Hedlev,  who  irge   of   the work on the  im hririge was in Graen  t~i-.iw-mw.iaL 1.1.������!��������� tam nm.�� ������ .gyraxiAmtjn-  wood this week.  J. Meggitt, who bas been offic  iating at Hunter-Keodrick's drj  good's counter left for his home  at^Grand Forkson Monday.  F. Wil^wasSormeriy   it  ry-good'swSiSe^s in Greenwood, was in the  city this weel  in the Interests oj Mars  &Co.,  Next Wednesday is Ash Wt d-  nesday.  "In the glove contest at Phoenix  last Saturday night Biner lost to  Pritch ard in the eighth  round.  For Sale-Household Furniture,  rn excellent condition. Apply  R. C. G. White, City.  Ladies' ready to wear goods at  big" discounts, during the sale���  Barclay & Co.  About forty Greenwood people  attended a 500-party given by  Mrs. M. D. Mcintosh at the Mother Lode on Tuesday evening.  Rev. J. H White, D.D., general seeretary of Methodist Missions  in B.C. will occupy the pulpit in  the Methodist church on Sunday.  Subject, "Missions."  ���> Lost��� Between Huuter-Ke��-  drick's and the freight sheds a  ��tpa,ll parcel containing tome rib-  bons.  ,:,. An invitation is extended to yen  to be present at ths best ball of  the season to be given by the  Greenwood Rebekah lodge in the  Tlfas'dnic Hall, on Friday, Feb.2��S.  "Tickets $1.50. Supper extra at  ,the Windsor Cafe.  ���^'All Comforters and Pillows. 20  per cent off, during the big sale  at Barclay & Co's.  7\ ithe iHdiesint.S+.I Jade's 7 G aild!  will meet-N/atJC^rs.7iStoj^,s on 'I ues-i  day-aiternoon. The promeaad con-  cerjt to be. given by the ^guild hasj  been postponed until the Weifues-j  ���o/.ii -i- .-.'���n^iF. i: .;:   ..ii i : j 111:- -'I i. i)    ���   :.  4a^,#f,ie,r, Easter.,!..,,. ���.,���, ,:, ..-.. .;  ; C, ��� J. Mc Arthur . w4o, nas the  fcaafcrast teithe fai*-(��il�� ,;p. ��� ver  1lineiif>r"om^1i'e 'MotJhehLode t .-th*.  Jewel mine has. a .force of tneM  ���art-jvojk).clearing-, the-righ.tiofi way;  >M&M&I *y- &f CflV * iQar^y, ioth-e, '.>n ljy I  *e'*x��l list V��5s t-0tfk1 iif*> IDi!,v<!G��o'ddlP> *nd',  _ JJoU  The Ladies of   the  Maccabees  held a very   enj >vable   social \J^  the   Eigle>'   Hall    ou   Tuesda.^|jHnf5lfi3^  evening    Mrs  0*dev,of Phc  won the laoies' prize at   progrejS-3i  sive wbUt and A. Gillis for  gen^  tlem^n.  M hs Bessie Buckless a,n^rr\  Wm. Barnett c'ptui^d the bodbif11  prizes. .a3illj  The young ladies nf  'he FqhBj  Leaf-Clover club of  the   Pre  ne  rili  ��� ��� r   . ���V ��t<H'Su\i  terian S.S , tr-ivc a successful tea '  ^i^AM T  t^|An ti  ��� Sj and_are  was   verv prettily   decoralod wtadnHnomowo^  the g��v.ds on sale red c ed   gEfallcfi1a��,<^���o^,i  and candy-Test last Frid-iy in  of live fu'ids.    The cindy    bto  about the Fagk  f the Season  obably need an extra pair of   trousers  out the winter suits.,  users practically double the usefulness-^  your wardrobe and the cost is small  with  value received  . fine line of odd trousers   just now.  ell's  Clothing models  olds their stylish shape and wear well,  will pay you to have a   pair  or two  ^^___   wardrobe,  eredit on the ability of the m^ty'Sooiai^ ,V .fl       V'LV     "���      '" .. i "      "    ���  fac.urers. ^^1B^TterHrftfl)(tfa Co.,     Ltd.  A DECIDED TREAT-;  The following taken   frum ��� tftf*  Creston R-v'ew will be of interest.  " The   S'uttz Biir Theatre G<1.  perform "d hore   on   Krid iv rarid  Saturday las', and ihey. left.,the  impression   tbat it will be a long  time   before an   agifrpga'ion   ol  travelling Thespians can prdmie'e  a bill-of-fare as spread  by  tbeflt  For a small    town   Creston i'mt<3t  cinsider is-.:lt singularly   fortunate in having the  opportunity.flf  witnessing   the   performance   as  put up by  the   S'uttz 'Co.    Trie,  performance wis quite up to'^ffrej  advertised productior, and   manyj  there were who went  away vyjl,h  the impression that the comply]  were deservingof a bumper house!  �� -ii<'-'.J: lur.'.i r<:-l  than they got   here.    On Friday  fhe company produced "VVk's^Sne  to Blame," an evident adaptation'  ���Bitter-^A^dtfeWefA.'^ <����� TbeK!t��oi-  pany is aa.evenly   balanced   one,  and   the   audience   was   given a  treat  such as it never  barg  a!  I Mil      Ii1rjl'IM^rMIln<ll   111(1.-1 'i . ..''isrt i  ���'/  i  radies' Furnishings in the BoutL-  ���d-JEiyyildistrti-O/rJ}   bn* otuI ^-jin:, Iu;.'-  ta3Y3 ��in' ot *.-ir,^1 lii-ji/oid Ji .risii^.uw i'if  [BTAafjtwiiliy- mixr^psat. Bcidfltr.v; il lie  flfas'T^eeftl''tnfel, daidsevdr^ 'SeKrbiis  trouble amongst rthe: .lmmeqiate1  ��0jnue^ti0n&;ofj^iMeiB��4<*/>i w.bo'  ���vtftttfcdtaniitteid ���ft>tr,ttia7r:^l3y :3fc"GK  tain.    The case will come uj^ad  thePMb5^-Assizes:" i-:l" ^'^ s7/"  rwifj   b   3anii.;ti n�� 1     ���.-.-)inris^TSiii-j -;;> I I  ''"Mi's^^SB'i&tiflg v'wr*h"''��? toj  ti,  .aif.it stit tui   hsiifi'rfl Tim-, iiio-jjrl fill I ���  Ihank^ftll tpqse wno so tiandsMn-  ely contributed towardsrth^sfuvd'  ^r'^eIin'tl*Tttberc^ld9i3ll5ofe<iefcy.i  fkPuMYai%eB,wasf^^O^'M^!  *b��sbbeeft^<)ssT5ardedifto^D*;(ijF)',sfati!  f Midway, and Mrs. Lulu Ave  StayToh, of the'same'place.'Cere'  mocy performed by the Kov. F.J,  Rutherford, B.A.  Rev. J. G. Shearer, of Toronto,  preached   in    the    Presbyteriar  ffchurch i���^M���|��^*^��rar?fo,  lelsoo on MotlSUvB     *ML  Mr. Shearer is acting on behalf  .of the   Presbyterian   general as-j  seri*J��^onW��t)E8 oiJaWAfigsffij  which has engaged the Chapmati  *^>f fi*StoJpi)ftn^ 'tofrri'-P-j  series of meetings in  Greenwood  ning about the end or April.  <&>*&: placed? to1 the^cre'diiti:'-o'F'-'i  :ve-fi.'.s, Ilsrf^.  svt  mtis svil.iall"> on hna  SOCiety. ".(u,iEI( ^tq-qtia �� ^,;l j  /^'I^'^deoag^riB^i^nrslhf^ aB  :3lloa   I,l3iai-T>    visv5l"'--:rf-44-��.    ,MriO j  Jtjttfcw/ on alikgarclayci&riCJs'ai -run a ]  ms .TAcirntom x<J   xil'ji-.io   orll   *Isari Ji i  Wlienvg^^^a^n iW^W-a^BtejB,|  senrD fofasi ���-'cWt? wivjTigiw��iirp��m al  *u��ur^c(5rrT"  �� nh"r Ir, 11���� -uruti^mJitM'   til ii ninrili   UA.  APgsvi^hilfj-I1b^ref:tb]��it��v��bfi.thJad  ih&itt ivfWgfe *tif%*'ipil5*'^peh-i��iis'  decoration and the scrip that  ac  ii(tfe$ of i  U�� CI  e re  HI  ^tlWw Furniture Store  ��� ti '!i -iii nai-onn.rr.Tfjf f.nja .u'<-.' ��� '  -Mlsd^Wio<ir the Premises  v.-lrti!rl  iVj'i'LlT 1.1,'J   III   I '.���.bHlie,i>      ' '. "*���"  ge&  Strong, in bitilcjt and Handsome in  ��� ���-..-; ���,-irii:.-B'-i ^'^'lafppearance.  /d ii������>���;���.���.' .-uii |s!i-a ft,v/ .oodi'u  'T-*.n .viJJBSici lo ,tr:.>��v)hi r ,.  f{Soi��j oi *-,j[nii)IorI (Sdi lo SKOtjf  "���^��?Jultey. & Co,  ~ 'i  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  ^wU of the "CrSSs  of the Legion   .L Jl-   iS, j ^ J^K  of Honour," for the^atuV^) ^0^6   ^p%\^^^^&i%^X&   ^   O*'  ihJToti 3o ^iii.'barrf-MflftPrtcT^^rMS'iy^llft.^JPft imiOiiciatno 31.J 9!U0^��  o felniiwqU  (^"^IB^UTl*fiBl!ltldc'RO'���r,fllP arj3 ^�� Mil��" J'' 'S^iii'Jrn bl'JJ mki  b'iJii'jii'j-jqan ��19W jJioft  >i.i'. loJ-SbiupiJ �� |",tll^"J��i T*& bp>^*k$2Ml*\'<.M,i'dJp%.r' ^Jusqoiq aril il^irlw  vine and Edwin.          .   l9,Ji*fbn;qoIav^>{) anOo -zo-vsi ni. sif.eai.'f.  ct  Certain  -& .JJS "Ij^^eaiS'a^rAajfte^dl^i'  to the highest ideals   of   the art  ifttt4.JlbisJ-T��ley1es0 ^fttw^f, ^Mlm,  spontaneous   applause.      ;Never.  -oj:?. u'.J lo siom jo 5ric ruiw ainif ol am:  aofttage^j'urtaii^qftfieBri/ *br^aki*?<gi  awav fit d'&il&^rtbatfa^mitT*  iiTliftiovt no'-rfw iBttQKfl lenonipbii ro  oi striiiHOv/ rioirlT/ lEJtq/vi IcnorJj  pja^, h&j sftoonfhaitibi89-I(asdiei)o;f��;  ���iftt'B:isiicoiah:ialB,fi2B ^JSggle* ISJferricfiir'  >j3j US8 oJ flTar.ajviji: ?cf rElfi Ji ,.<JI   isq f  &*uy {Srtt.lraiqlf aAlSjgj'tnlAd^aSe ^bJQi  pTtff'M ���MiaT^rste?1��lrhiSeia,t3it?f vlaftelfP  h^er^aydience   in   a   moment.    It  otttdtt but a brief lime for.the...aud-.  ility.���.���,    .    .    Whenever  the  awoj  ifloaerea��i3Jni iu io iii  i Jealfey, teestuK5plq��frisfceitete f  7^ wol M^i cJ ,T9]i:itnK isqo^q ^ JoinJf(ftoa I>nx; i--��>iii-qoiq 32srlJ qolavab oJ bsiirj^  ti}ti-r\i'\\) rr;j.tj;{n rrariiii e cljiv/ noiliKoqfi-iq -iiniioioijluiifiin s xU^'ilB Jaad Jb saint*  i cpf.�� -sJroiiJii^ ^VW.V Iff IM<^k[)fiJ; JK#uni��ioo��-t lj;rli larljJi ^(B>jpBi9bn>S  ^'J-iolEd oJ kniicBjI^lrBft-AMoi!*! niyaliii'.BrisBa fttgtn oJ aliblcliLJiuos0  H05TOWOD   JjWr1AflftXT>13?5W*1  *"      ^**V^��J  .   ��W �������-���    ���  ��� .-....-���-. -   -9  ���  ��'  ���  ��  o^liitnuptf 3^1 <?r itisbibai aaansjiits iyr JffhirJ; U-ji^I hn�� ��'��!. B'io)r.brupiv5 .asa^nebaJatnT Jj9bbj; ad Jeurn elflJ oT ������  '^row   again It is to be hopeq^fe^Jh|t�� wsn b lo noiltsiri**rio nU be* b^��Virioxn aril lo ;njj��o!oaiol .xiaqmoD ariH<5  e*tiii��^<( aJi JI* rti J.-isirin?, arij 1o noisiiiabigrioa aub iaj!t�� aa)iimmo3 meY S  ��WOlTASIHAOflOHfl   50   HAJS       _, .   .^^ ^ *  asliitumoDariT {|ii  ���?nKqcaoO fan A |]  cO wan arii ��b oJ?  will SWy^ftWCreMbTr?0331 ��crvt.ri  aiol ^nimoo4Jiot sr(J Jb aaliinrmol) ari;  Just received, a large   line   of  "�� "����������� f  ��*��Hi<��>^>*��^��<i��<����ie>*o��4!!Oi*-i^^    >.X";^*^>XT��X"W'����,>��������oc��'����ft��  ;��; .9^hil -rot .oiiiinoT;    ' OOO.OcT.Xf  A ! a��o!   io .yncqmoO   inaaaiq &HJ lo 000  X , ,,,,,,..,.,   .-.�����,     : Uiw ?.btio<! srIT    .i��Ysril5oj^uimii  Stunf ni    '������������'���'���-     '' uu ��� 'u    -"'"f ������ -  ?  (Jjl��n��q*  >^i��    aii^'iv    ,(>nt;fq     (il     rijqrjr.f  (Jjrfj'.ifU VlOjj.VT.-��'iOvJ  ftllOolrl ,!>��h>v/t;.>J-1vJ li  g:w{��M     ;Y_ii!irfonb:TV/  j-ftric i-jq ?.? lo oulxiv itq t)i)3 lo ioo.'a uouimOD loKt��ii;rl?. 000.02S  ���jjnu.'wnW/A WHUM   ^ify  : v.rfiqmoO ajftji ^"iirja jan 9��riJ lo Ji]  I!  7  f-.ajtvi  an")    lo    (Hiil3utl^[tuo9i   3ti)   ^oniin sj  c.;r imo-j v/taj'jril lo alnarnaiiiipaiaiUlo an  7j>   fifliS YBi)J!  .x;��-..(.i;i*-I  viilT) liiiB ,000,00r.5 lo Jii-iJxearlJ o.  tiiifnoiiab ni 3d liiw abnod ;riT  ; ,r:,ciT : ^('J   dO��a   OJ   losqaai rftiw ,O0Ig lo sul  .._ ' ��� ni  win   aid   ot jioilibhi; ni avinoai II  ":u:i '  : .mill \i\ blsti 7/<|  ig,i..-ui<; niiJTHt ;,.;; ��r��fp iii'and* leave it with us  ^1.(:>:���>H :j��lir..-.*-t ,.'f. i.-i...>i ;k yUi-,r ���-. n.i : vui'.qitioo wan ��ii* lo A-siJiitira* o  ' o> iiuiJil'ji  as it will only cost 3rou  dJ oi E'  >J ni.i)*[���_>i   JfuiJ vitj; bstnutP.n jf.iit b��:  25c to  y.vjii   lo (KII9I iol ini )t -gui/xq bus  'oi  a good way  yQurbusiHfess is by igMIT >J99iO r shflifbg ofHHb��  POSTERS  no\  8. iJn  ^or Sale or KenF, immediately, ain:  in "r. (iinii .>.i/n;  Two-storey   10-room   House   on.j J(lijj)Wt^o,^iWfii'-'-  fU  aKimbjerlev  Avaaue,  pr��eerty  ofy| zu.Jhiu    ��*��J     rn     ->.���.; il>h/!  R^mMimWs^^^- MorU  ���i}   .���:���;./ u. iMj.'i^get rid��,f/thp Worsic-'Beteid-ii-v i^ odt io ii:>*  V ^ . , ... i Cil�� ,t,"ii'jjiii    Jmuioati   Lick ��.biu'd 'J.ij t, il  . flf   Irfi'HOW  IJi-JiK'J'Jl'XiZ'J  i.T.J.  Jii.-'..rl | , ,  2 P^fel,^eWidg(ma%hifle^?lrtST-  es, etc.,   for   saU   or rent.    The  O.I.C.; gecomd-jtt^iaLfeli.Wfeli/1  White. Phone 16.  timer.  ft is  ^or ��a'e���'A,5-room cottage in  f\ %O(0-^a^%fjfoi, with chicken coop  andwobefshed.    Easv ierms.  Ap  ply to L. DaignaulK Anaconda.  .!>fi;UIl-ji!��i'l."  '���a-..\i-.\w.i ���}���>  ri ache you ;evtei* had.        ���''���*��'����� ^* io a��Ji>.v ir,q aiu i;~  ' . j-Js'i-iofdi Jicb /-.nriod 000,0083: toynn.ti Jua, k  '! .J/i  ' ' I-i:M j(!J ,0'iiTjKdii?. u* Juu obi nil? atorij oJ h 3  /\ j >i'.i7��iU wjii 000,OC avtoaai liiw itojiba-r.' S. <  iUb  ��� -���"���  ���ii*.  iu  ��� lit  L  |M^<��><w<U<-,k'����^Mi;>^.^t.9^ >$��$<  r.r i       hrtq       -liflr/A  nciq r.i'.ii -i-jbcii '.��!)i-rn ira'n^V.tri toj'iiii.v  lbi<     cJ  ,l(     i-J   VJT (JTHf rvllJ "lo liilr M:.-]Ji'  iA)uj; aLiiJiiu:  .Xitj-.qti  iti afi;qi:ii:i:;q ot ���ngS^iiostS S^kfiiii JlJ  i?10f    VrtH   ,-ifBWt)  ^^ffi;;^Re^s  w^m^Mmm^M^^^^^^^{^^  ,-r'jvrK;   j  ^^Rl^^ATED DRtNK^ I  A' GLOTHES CLEANED.  PRESSED    AND    RE-  '~p*w?eD ���*���������*   Agent for the  Blaine Bros;,  Co., Limited.  MD~RpRTER,  ac v.'iin djiilK   lo   rfs-jKrU 001 n��riJ ��n?'  ! -i-.ihnn yrtj dottlw OJ .X'.te li .JnoJxa  ��S�� ��� *     V^X^      %^^X Jb JL^ JL��ifntqmoO aril qu  sfj o rib nod ailJ >inoir.i: rr(CK"a.iiri'pa����tJ'wtl J*l!.fJjj*ji,wy: < J v/ : oJlJniun.0 A  >Tlu brij; x��,;q-'4aOariJ^a-ii*?VMna3fl;5i'%i'vJr!1^ Kii oi bb�� oj  sKaqerL'  :u;qiCi��jv  4|^t .j.n^mn.ioq^drjeEKaqeti^coinpiajSHig  BhnnrT   -nnffin^totuft^ ''������-r;'w-ii<>  ���-.liniliHI j ('iUkj flUlJl ,JH1 HHUT.1 MUJ1 AtJUIfHIl! igJUBint   (yJaJ^niiy.o'iqqjj) t��)n;w e'narojiiow lol aeail^nibuloni ,aJda(  rfcBa 01$tt,<i .etj-iEri-s 000.00?. ,l��Jiqjja atfiria -^nibnr.i^luo 1 nasal'  :  .ald��ei\  s   YiiisqmoD wan aril lo aailiiuoaa IfiJoTg  Jte J/xc-iJe; ro eKorli;yildo biiu ��jdth ,-AjoIh iujiqfio Jnaaaiq an'J Itui'myi; eA) *  J (.Y(iEqiJJ'>0 Jnaaa'iq orii lo aaiJiiiwsa aril bniril-ano n��iij  [��^rit lo Jjjo \'<io luC ,\\li.ueitif. j (_EXJ:q ad iiiw ��baod arfJ ao Woialiii arIT ���  <&*=  V.tli  latlatntv  iv*iabD-ii adJ Due (loiicsirui^-ioaT .aiuaoiaaioilo aaaiiaqxaanliavoaol bnsia:  i iq\}5 ���*^>i' a^|03nl adJ iol adif<-.di��t ol baiinp^i ad llivMaaabiod^Ale^ril ,xnfiqf  ��jfaig\}Q'ii. aiH nir|.*y,yi/^Tf[gIyw ^n)^iu'fri^��^i|b/*%f^o1 j  V'^ Xi-lil/1 i'frriVd|>'j^''0 wor^Ji(iCi>fUlJmrVrfAdri/  clia Of ii3i'�� 70l ynr.qmoD v/an arit lo 7l-n'Jri fliiinrnoa lo aicria ano ,bnog arnoy  ���ii5nny/i3t)Eu n99d svb.1 nsla eicH to etnsjooilutiai rlasa sitT  fcdna io ���fiaJiTW'abuii uniooscl v.i:��s IomiuiU oiadiuam io soJjimtaoO ��dT  Ha es^poiJjii: ^r?T moil osil Ica-iarii^.Jilarjsd &dJ ni alkqiaitijjq  51  i\\V&  *b  J ("189.1  JllJ    llfil'I  lo aai4dfc! 001  amo;  ���miJ xjI/; jlJ-  a di  bloil rl  cda  -Oil rioEfl  li'<;ai'uLlHluhu  <'ilw a-flHll��fli!D<)J  331 llivi aiajiiwlb  e-*��lHtWl.i..i4  [Ik 0i  4  TV'  .*aiJ51  jie'j v v..-iaM|xa a"i�� 53J1  o ytitqoicC) -w-.i; :..lj lo noiJ^srn^i, ?.- ~'jjJ�� to ^Jiaqo-iq adJ lo aUa aril tjjIjj iq  :.e* :.. :  :���   v t:i, ruc'.i Jnaaaiq adJ lo aiiiH^n-jfiiiii ban aJSKt/; ,vJiaqo^q s'ulua aiifj"  i p?3(i ���jrli lo f-.tijii iijurjf-.arij ni -.i; <;:.j::t' q o3 ba!JiJcj> u:k .r-!o;iV.oqab douz ifoidv^5  i ok gd.l .jTiJe-olii^'icl *iaf;fiii '<)'i. i;..- ���.- -.i.'j ;o oiJ.b ���fetiibiiaqmi ;>dJ lo ?;aiv ni   llE^n-ifllA   niin��'SnuH'adJ dJiy^ ��siiJin��aaa liarit Ji^oqab oJ bjtiupaT ai�� n^l'I air)!  -JfenoSi ortioS**<<;f9h adl fU iffi llifi HNnrTiiWi-WniTi^T -��<iil|/ rniillrijDd'.  'ewoiiol as .alnaoiiutani i��ol ui3  o^rnil aril Jc badiiaadua p.baorS P{M|PMETflRlril ^n /i"*>'1 1-"i ^^  %  ���?0<?I   ,d5cS xi��"Tda'ti [ij;n7\rfjiWuii^H0OJa inaaaiq ^  T<W**V'*��J-'\Aj>>rW<i*r^^  Wei ,rfJ?.S IriqA :Ji'�� ol .TalliaTJifJ sv.r��b yjxiif aidjiv/ .Jnaa isq ����  'I'Sf .riJSI' y^.il<i :*iw <��i��pp"^^>��iodJ ��'v^i"i(Jaj:jc: iiidJivwftiaa iaq S��  aanj:dora  ; ,a|r  r. Phone 138, GreenwooicofjAjv;'  aiabiori d-iid?/ -<d ��iaH6v-''I'*b��*^L3i1'^isMjLifi.' ia\^*tiJMCIii   ,bnod OOtSxiriJ madJ aUiJiis oi ,"i/'.j Jk ^kstimnq \d qitaa buoJI  fciab.'cdjJc.TjJH dotii Afcbi*pVi,iJ>jroH douse; I.alJiiisasdi-wiadlo ac  bsj;ao(|0i> aaiJnroa  irnmo'J  t a�� 001$  nA  bbc aiiup  MOTf aiatiT  5i�� : rfaifl^ ^o eaiqoa .mamaais/. fcnB ntK  irtt lo eremi silt ot batnaegji *avBrt oA^masb ad Hiw sidTiiioasti If/  35 : .oaJ/iormoO aril lo f��n liKriD sift otio MinsT i7Wf^-ttvrrvifr&* ot noiJ63HqaB no ted sd van  "Rff"<-,,6*vtr^iif##��Vs /T.��Bii3Tri'J .'/JkitjYAfi ��;'iji-!Ar[.'*ll IIUO   \JfflL,C-        *        *        #        #    ,  re ��s replete Itoitb everything neces-  YA-AJ-.H  *     QnrrAccnrc in ,*h��^M^^IfiHa printing office to ensure your  ^^^EBilKyfif^rfcvtnCc 1 ^or/i being done with^mmnes^^ma despatch

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