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 Lre��ti&<f^^l��&��i3ft^  =. i ttwii* u.-/ ���lt~-r ^�����ii3WtfE2SKS^fT33(B3R��MiaaB��a��M^ rwxUUtf. twflvjtw ��Ww��flratii��.,!*iiT*i��W.r��ei (tov.n��ni*^t ji- *x:��w m  ��� arJt ww* niE^wtn^nr*"; i.��j i��tktisti ^f�� a- v-.  ��� ���^.ny*^��.i����imM*-i*m#[i*Wjfr��  ALL THE NEWS  While it's  NEWS  /:  THe Oldest Established  Newspaper  in the Boundary.  m  VOL. 15  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911.  No. 22  See Our Window for  SHOES  *   ���      a .a       ���  We have every Kina ana size  both men and boys.  Russell-Law-Caulfield Compy  l  j Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, Men's and Boy's Goods  GREENWOOD, B, G  i?  DO YOU KNOW  We sell Edison Phonographs and  Victor Talking machines at the  the same price as any dealer in Canada. When you send to Winnipeg  or Vancouver you pay the express,"  when you buy from us the express  is already paid,  We sell on easy terms when desired.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  T. ffl. Gulley & Co.  Sir  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  #  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Oysters, Fish and Dressed Poultry  Beef Mutton, Veal and Pork, all choice  stock perfectly fresh. We cannot fail  to please you.   Call or Phone.  Gopper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  #L,  i  RECIPROCITY SITUATION  The Inland Herald of Spokane in the: following- editorial sizes up the much talked of reciprocity treaty  thusly:  "It does not seem as if the tentative agreement which  has been arrived at between the United States and Canada  is meeting with favorable reception among the powers  that be in either country.' It is quite probable that the  great bulk of people, especially in the United States, see  the advantages of Canadian reciprocity. Nevertheless,  it is generally feared that the United States Senate, seeing that the sweeping reductions which have been made  are likely to adversely affect the Payne-Aldrich tariff, will  refuse to agree to the establishment of such reciprocity.  "On the other hand Canadians, despite the larger concessions made by Uncle Sam, are inclined to believe that  they themselves have given too much. British Columbia,  in particular, is objecting because of its fruit industry,  although it is probable that in, this regard the British  Columbia premier, Richard McBride, is unnecessarily  alarmed, since the American fruit, especially the small  fruit, does not compete with the Canadian to any extent  inasmuch as they ripen earlier in the season.  "The fear that Canada may not ratify the treaty because it means the bringing of the Dominion into closer  commercial and political relations with the United States  and of the drifting away.from the British Kmpire, is  scouted both by Canada and by Great Britain. But the  truth of the matter is that Canada's reluctance to enter  into that reciprocity treaty, which it so imperatively demanded a generation since, is due to the establishment of  the preferential tariff which places Canadian goods at an  advantage in those portions of the British Empire which  have protective tariffs.  "It must be remembered that the total population of  that Empire is somewhere in the neighborhood of 400,-  000,000 people, of which only 45,000,000, those of Great  Britain, enjoy the "blessings" of free trade. Under this  preferential tariff the trade of.Canada with other portions  of the British Empire is growing rapidly and not only in  food products, but also manufactures.  "For instance, a vessel recently left Montreal for  South Africa loaded to its full capacity of 5200 tons with  general merchandise. These are the facts as to that  merchandise as reported by United States Consul General  James Ragsdale, stationed at Halifax, Nova Scotia: One-  third of the cargo consisted of 35,000 sacks of flour, but  there were also shipped Quaker oats, butter, condensed  milk, cheese, rolled oats,, peas, white pine, staves, prize  sheep, lard, hog casings, calcium, carbide, rubber hose,  printing paper, agricultural implements, machinery, carriages, motor cars, binder twine, organs, chairs, roofing  paper, wheelbarrows, furniture, fruit jars, wheels, wind  mills, shovels, plows, harrows, grates, tables, windo.w  frames, stoves and stationery.  "These are the beginnings of a mighty trade. Now  as Canadian manufactures may enter South Africa at a  preferentsal tariff rate over any other country, it pays  American people to set up their plants across the international boundary and to take advantage of this preferential system. Hence, Canada is now rather concerned in  improving its commercial trade with the British Empire  than with the United States, and hence the grudging reluctance at to a reciprocity treaty,"  A TRIP TO  CHINATOWN  The New Year Celebrated in  the Usual Elaborate  Manner.  Hit  ItUlSJIALN  I'OKCIYE  THEIR ENEMIES  John Entertains in Royal  Style at this Season  of the Year.  JAYNES The Grocer  Has removed to the Hyde Block, opposite P. Burns  & Co,, and wishes to notify his customers to that  effect.,  A continuance of  your  patronage solicited.  JAYNES, 2S  GROCER  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD  OFFICE:    L-  L.  MATTHEWS'  CIGAR STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  H. M. LAING, Pro.  Rossland Carnival  Although somewhat later in  thc month than usual, a start has  beeu made in preparing for the  winter carnival at Rossland. Already two meetings have been  held. J. D. McDonald has been  elected chairman and Percy .B.  Hunt, secretary. Committees  have been formed and all arp  hustling with a vigor which, if  maintained, will go far towards  making 1911 carnival one of the  best ever held.  On account of the fact that  quiet times would militate against  any big list of subscriptions the  directors of the Rossland rink  have met the Carnival association  most generously and have agreed  to give <>(j per cent, of the rink receipts in addition to customary  donation of $125. While this is  not to be reg irded as a precedent  for future years it will  be most  acceptable to the association.  There is a disposition on the part  of some of the general committee to cut out some of the  events which while not particularly attractive.or interesting are  the source of much expense.  The idea to confine the carnival  this year to some of the bigger  events���including the championships of course���and a grand  hockey tournament. To this end  communications, have already  been sent to Nelson, Greenwood.  Grand Forks and Phoenix, which  teams, with Rossland, would  make up an excel lent; tournament  for the various trophies. It may  be stated that the carnival committee bas decided to do away  with the time limit. The finance committee is busy collecting  donations and everything points  to the festivities being as  thoroughly successful as in any  former year.  Last Sunday was Chinese New  Year, aud John Chinaman was  very much in evidence on this  occasion. This is the dav when  the celestials cease work and forget the trials and tribulations of  the past year, as well as pay all  debts and for^ivo their enemies.  In humble submission does John  bow before the Chinese God that  his sins may be forgiven and asks  that greater achievements may be  accomplished in the next twelfth-  month.  Greenwood has her quoto of  Chinks as well as has all other  mining camps in the Boundary.  In fact, Greenwood has a superabundance of the. yellow men  from the land of rice and opium,  and yet John is as docile as the  meek burro and ��s gentle as a  turtle dove.  It will be interesting to some  to learn that the Chinamen in  Greenwood, as a rule, are of the  thrifty and better class, and that  some of them   are blessed with a  r  goodly portion of this world's  comforts, and some are even reputed to be wealthy.  On Monday night a party of  citizens made a trip to Greenwood's Chinatown, located just  this side of the bridge of sighs,  and where the cue men are mon-  archs of the situation, for in this  district John abides wholly unto  himself.  Chinatown on the night in  question was gaily decorated and  lighted with. Chinese lanterns on  the ontside, and on the interior  of the stores and laundries gaudy  paper hangings graced the walls.  The party were received with  open arms, as the bland smile on  John's face clearly showed that  he was at peace with the world,  and that deep down in his heart  there slumbered that one single  thought: "Peace and good will  toward men." The prevalence  of kindness and tranquility was  everywhere noticeable, even the  very atmosphere seemed to be  ladeti with a spirit of serenity,  and John gave the appearance of  floating in an air of joy aud contentment.  The first place entered by the  party was a typical Chinese store  owned by One Lung���or Home  other Chinese name���and forthwith John grunted a happy greeting to his guests and introduced  them to a decanter of samsuey  which gave up the odor of lim-  burger cheese and decayed straw.  But these midnight prowlers  took a snort out ot courtesy and  then made a great effort to keep  from going into convulsions.  Next came cigars, which John  dispensed freely, and which were  a very soothing antidote to the  samsuey. The host then invited  his guests to be seated, and they  were entertained with several  selections from a Chinese graph-  phone, the music of which resembled the squealing of a guinea  THE LATEST  ���v  !  mw  Tbe government lelepone line  between Vernon and Kamloop  has been finisdied. The length  is 37S miles, the longest single  win* tetephonc in the world.  The C. P. R. it is reported will  construct another line aeross the  prairie to Strathcona. In future  it will be the main line f om  Winnipeg to Kdtnonton, anil may  be extended to the coast.  The IMiillipine Islands his ��� x-  perienccd oyer 300 earthquake  shocks lately and terrible I.-*- of  life. Manila has sunk d"*u two  feet and other places to a greater  depth. Tidal waves h;iv.- ;>lso  caused loss of life and shipping  has been greatly damag'-d.  McCurdy, the Canadian aviator, started on his nresil Might  to Havana from K��". 'West and  pot within ten miles <>| ��� Hava a,  when he was forced in dt-.eeud on  account of the lubrirating oil  being exhausted.  pig. After the rendition oi these  selections from the Chinese opera,  red liquor was passed around, but  tbe party hit. it very sparingly,  thinking probably it was more  samsuey under a different name.  This feature of the evening  ended the program with the receiving of a handful of Chinese  nuts on departure. At all places  visited the name cordial welcome  was extended, and thus brought  to a close the party's interesting  "Trip to Chinatown."'  West Fork Happenings.  A sad occurrence took place at  A. WaddeU's catnp last week. A  sawyer named Carlson was hit by  a falling tree and instantly killed.  The remains were brought down  to Rock Creek where an inquest  was held by the coroner and the  body was then transferred to  Greenwood for burial.  Mr. Tuzo has been promoted to  divisional engineer on construction. Wc always said that young  man would rise.  llu I why spend hard earned  money on all these expensive engineers? Mr. Win. Middleton declares lie could locate that road  without any  instruments  at all.  "Tn the midst of life," says the  good Book, "we are in death."  This famous passage was pointedly illustrated by an experience  which befell Mr. T. McGillivary  recently. While, so to speak,  "sitting at the receipt of custom" behind the bar of the West-  bridge hotel, a rock from a blast  across the river descended with  considerable impetus through the  roof, missing Mr. McGillivray's  head by not more than an inch.  Jimmie, however, promptly swallowed a customer's drink and was  himself again.  ��� Mr. E- L. Steeves, the popular  contractor, was down the river  on Sunday tor supplies. His purchases were noticed to exceed  three pounds of cranberries tbis  time. ,  Encouraged by the interest aroused by the proposal to erect a  church at Westbridge, a meeting  of residents was, we hear, con-  yened to discuss petitioning the  government tor a school. A local gentleman, however, rather  dampened the spirits of the meeting by exclaiming: "Gentlemen,  let us do nothing rashly. We  are not ready for a school yet.  At Westbridge, gentlemen, it is  indeed a wise father who knows  his own child."    [Sensation.]  Residents in the district are beginning to   entertain  the   faint  hopes that, in the dim distant | io .^ ^^ a wim|ow wjtU  future, their great grandchildren 0���|7 thdr ni���hl rohpSOI1 j��� nr*ler  will yet live to see the steel bid ' to escape, making their wav  to Westbriage. i through deep snow  in  th��*ir h:krt*  feet. They were both badly cut  in getting through the window.  They also lost $1S5 in cash which  had been in a bureau drawer,  as The origin of the lire is a mystery, though it probvhly started?  from a stove. Mr. Baldwin'-; loss  will be about $2000. He carried  Subscribe for The Times. $<>0il insurance.  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Looks Like Phoenix  Phoenix won out in the eighth  game in the Boundary hockey  league played in Grand Forks rn  Monday night. The game fr< tn  the start was the fastest ever  witnessed on the local ice, and  although a little rough in si me  parts, was played for all it was  worth, The Phoenix contingent  went to Grand Forks on a C. P.  R. special and was accompanied  by a brass band, which discoursed music during the intervals.  The winning of this game gives  Phoenix the Boundary cup although there still remains four  games to play.  The standing of the respective  teams is as follows: Phoenix,  played ���>, won 5, tied one, to play  2. Grand Forks, played f>, won  2, lost 3, tied 1, to play 2. Greenwood, played 4, won 0, lost 4, to  play 4  Grand Forks plays Greenwood  tonight, and a special train will  be run to this city.  The cup, a handsome silver  one, has been won by each of the  teams, Greenwood carrying off  the honors last year, while Grand  Forks secured the prize the year,  while Grand Forks secured the  prize the vear previous.  Escapes From Fire  The residence of Timothy U;ild-  i win. Phoenix, fcog-ether   with  lhe  i  contents,   was destroyed   by   lire.  Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin were forced  We hear, from Rock Creek,  that, in consequence of the railroad's advent, Mr. Larsen's hotel  will henceforth be known  "Hotel Riverside.  TKHKChK.  CAPITAL,- $10,000,000  REST, - $7,000,000  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the transaction of their banking business including the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  on application.  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch ct Tlie Canadian Bank of  Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive ihe same careful  attention as is given to alt other departments of tbe Bank's bu>ine.ss.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satist'uct.irily as  by a personal visit to the Bank. 231  J T. BEATIE, Manager. Greenwood Branch  li  i  ��� i  .���"U'\  ]U-'y  '7:7 ���:77?7'  -����� '��� \'-'770i-  ;#;: 7:M  m: 5.^-  *~f-��  ���SMI THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK TIMES  aaa  Che  Boundary Creek Times  lMti��4 Gvtry Tridav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Fn Yui    2����  Six Mouths  I 25  To Fobkion COUHTBIB8  2 SO  Friday, February 3,1911  iMKESAHDMISINGi  �� ���  The Boston Commercial has  the following: "There bas been  more misrepresentation of the  copper situation and more misleading statements circulated recently than at any previous time  in two or three years.    There are  BRITISHER SIGNS TO  MEET HOLLAND  Two Will Hook Up at Rossland Carnival the Latter Part of Feb.  THE FAKE SCHEMES.  An incorporation of brains  milfht weli describe a company  which has just made its bow to  Montreal It is a new idea in  Canada to incorporate brains,  but besides having brains it has  a capital of $500,000. When a  man wants to invest his savings  he is invariably met with the  question -what securities are  safe? Canada is full of gold  brick propositions these days.  Some of them are mining and oil  propositions gaudily decorated.  Others are questionable land  speculations���all will bear investigation. Some of them will be  good, some of them may be bad.  They will all seem good if you  believe the promoter. How to  distinguish? That is a problem  which has been worrying tbe investing public tor ayes, but a  problem which hereafter will  have been solved Charles Cahn,  K. C, and li. A. Lovett, K. C,  have turned tlie trick. They  have formed a company known  asCorpoation Agencies, limited,  whose business is to advise.  Were Tom. Dick or Harry to go  in for a business of this nature  one would pay no more attention  to it, but whatever Messrs. Cahn  and L >vett have turned their  hands to in the past they have  been more than successful with,  and it is not risking much to assert that the incorporation of  these gentlemen's brains into a  business tor nerving the public  with good advice will be successful in the future. Corporation  Agencies also intends to act as  agent for Canadian undertakings,  with a view of bringing them to  the attention of capitalists here  or abroad. Mr. R. Lloyd-Jones  is the manager and a large stall  of consulting engineers, auditors,  accountants and other expert investigators has been carefully  selected for this most iiiteiesting  and important work. It is the  first institution of the kind in  Canada.   BAD FOOD SCARE.  As a result of a seizure of  something like 75 thousand gallons of Hussion eggs at Montreal  the other day, a rigid investigation as to how Montreal gets her  food supply has been started by  the Board of Control. Dr. E. P.  Lachapelle, one of the controllers and also a membeT of the  Provincial Board of Health, says  he believes that Montreal has  been made the dumping ground  for bad food refused by other  cities for years. The eggs were  put up in tins tor sale to the  bakers and samples of them tested bv the city's analysists showed  that one dozen of the mixture  killed a guinea pig in less than a  day.          .  In the course of his speech in  the bouse this week Mr. Shaw remarked: "British Columbia's  climate and scenery constitute no  small part of her wonderful assets  of natural wealth." Tbis is pei-  fectly true, the climate and scenery of B. C are unrivaled and unsurpassed, with the Dry Belt as  the jewel of the province.  Fritz   Holland,  Spokane   middle weight, and  Bob Forshaw, of  Phoenix, 'white hope," will meet  nowerful   interests  in   this coun- j.    , . ���  puwciim in the squared circle at Rossland  trv who   are   exerting   their   in- ,  uy wuu   an. h between  I< ebruaJy 14 and 18 dur-  fluettce all   the   time  to   make it I. .  "MC" c |ing the annual carnival.  Forshaw  has   challenged   IIol-  appear that metal prices are fractionally lower than they mtuallv  are. The big foreign buyers constantly manipulate the f,->ndon  market for G. M. li., or stand.-ird  copper, making it look exceedingly weak whenever thev wish to  buy large supplies o|" tin- American producers.  "British Columbia copper has  declared a quarterly dividend of  2'/j per cent. This is equivalent  to 2'/j cents a share, or 50 cents a  share annually, the par value of  the stock being S5 The last  previous dividend paid by thia  company was 40 cents a share in  September, I'iOT. The British  Columbia company is now operating its smelter regularly and  showing substantial   net profits."  Cobalt���The Keeley mine is in  a stale of seige. Western Federation pickets are stationed at  Lone Lake where the trail passes  the mine and subject all passers-  by to scrutiny. The men still  working at the Keeley mine are  receiving threatening letters.  The cook, while driving, was  pulled from the stage and warned and other men are turned  back. If men cannot be obtained  within a month the mine will be  shut down.  land on several occasions, but  always failed to agree to a side  bet proposition. Ho weighs 227  pounds, which is considerably  morel than the 154 carried by  Holland, but tlio Spokane man is  con liden t of adding Forshaw to  his list of victims.  The bout will prnna-bly be over  tho 20-round route, although this,  an well as the definite date, has  not been settled.  Stomach Troubles  Cured by Vinol  HERB IS PROOP  '��� I suffered so long from stomach  trouble and indigestion, that I lost  flesh rapidly ��� VINOL cured me  after everything,else had failed. It  strengthened my digestive organs���  gave me a hearty appetite, and I  can eat anything without the slightest distress. I do not believe anything equals VINOL for stomach  trouble and indigestion."  W. E. Watkrhouse,  I'ortland, Me.  Mr. Thos. G .Wallace, of Detroit,  Mich., writes, "I suffered for years  from a chronic stomach trouble.  VINOL entirely cured me after  everything else had failed."  It is the curative medicinal elements of the cod's liver, combined  with the strengthening properties  of tonic iron contained in VINOL,  which makes it so successful in restoring perfect digestion, and at  the same time building up the weakened run-down system.  Try a bottle of VINOL with the  understanding that your money will  be returned if it does not help you.  J. L White, Druggist, Greenwood  Pains That Make Misery  A Talk With Our Lady Readers  F. J.   Orossland,  geologist and  all round   mining  man, formerly  superintendent of  the Kerr Lake  mine at Cobalt, has recently arr  rived at Vancouver  from Steamboat   Mountain and  brings most  favorable  reports.    Usually conservative,   Mr, Crossland   is very  enthuiastic over the showings of  the camp and predicts that there  will be five thousand men in there  this spring.   At present the trails  are not in   condition to permit ot  packing   in  supplies   by horses,  dogs being used.   When the snow  goes Mr.   Crossland   predicts  an  unprecedented rush of miners and  he believes the showings warrant  a stampede.  The United States produced  1,450,000,000 pounds of finished  copper during the year l'HO. Ol  this amount Arizona ranks first  with 2<>2.S75,700 lbs; Montana  second with 283.727,000 lbs and  Michigan third with an output of  222,555,000 pounds.  The entire world's output of  copper for the year 1910 was 855,-  000 tons of 2240 lbs to the ton.  Have you ever noticed how miser-  and unhappy the little pains and aches  makes one? A stinging cut, badly  chapped hands, a nasty burn, a sore  foot, a poisoned finger���none of  them wounds ailments ever likely to  cause serious trouble, which comes to  ever woman���and man too���and are  just sufficient to take the edge off one's  temper and give one a "grouch."  Zam-Buk is just the thing at such  times As soon as.you put it on to a  sore, a cut, a burn or any skin injury,  it stops the pain, and the smarting,  and starts up healing. Don't make  the mistake that because Zam-Buk is  so widely used by medical men, by  nurses, and for serious skin diseases  and accidents, that it is only for serious cases. Keep it handy and use it  immediately you get some trivial injury  ore have some little sore.  Mrs. Chas. H. Barrett, Harmony  Road, Truro, N. S., says: "I had  an ingrowing toe nail, which caused  me acute agony. Sometimes the pain  was so severe I could not sleep. It  became so bad that I feared blood-  poisoning had set in. 1 was advised  to try, Zam-Buk and bound up the  sore toe with it In a few days it was  much easier, and 1 continued the  treatment. The result is that today  the toe is sound and I have no more  trouble with it. We always keep  Zam-Buk in our house, and 1 would  strongly recommend it to every housewife-"  Zam-Buk is just tne thing, too, for  the little ones. Pure in it composition, and herbal iu nature, it is suitable  for the most delicate skin. It also  cures piles, eczema, varicose ulcers,  cold sores, abscesses, blood-poisoning,  ring-worm, and all similar skin diseases. Sold everywhere at 50c- a  box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co ,  Toronto, upon receipt of price.  The world's gold production  for 1910 was S454.874.000, and  silver 8116,516, %2.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 clays  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following- described lands in the  Similkameen District: commencing at  a post planted at the northwest corner  Lot 422; thence west 80 chains; tlience  south 80 chains; thence easl 80 chnitis;  ihence north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more  or less.  Located  this   16th day of December,  C. M. Kingston,  J. H. East, Agent.  1910.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described land in the Similkameen District: commencing at a post  planted at the southwest corner of lot  2337; thence south 40 chains; thence  west 160chains; thence north 40 chains;  thence east 160 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more  or less.  Located this ISth clay of December,  1910. James McArdle,  J. H, East, Agent.  SCHEDULE OF GAMES  The following is the sehpdu'e  of games tc be played by the  Boundard Hockey League teams:  Phoenix and Grand forks���Grand  Forks Jan. 2.  Grand Forks and Phoenix���Phoenix  Jan. 9.  Greenwood and Phoenix���Phoenix  Jan. 12. t  Grand Forks and Greenwood���Greenwood Jan. 16.  Greenwood and Grand Forks-Grand  Forks Jan, 20.  Phoenix and Greenwood--Green wood  Jan. 24.  Grand Forks and Phoenix Phoenix  Jan. 27.  Phoenix and Grand Forks -Grand  Forks Jan   .10.  Grand Forks and Greenwood----Greenwood Feb. 3.  Greenwood and Phoenix -Phoenix  Feb. C.  Greenwood and Grand Furies���-Grand  Forks I-Vli. 'I,  PhotMiix and Greenwood-- Greenwood  Feb. 13.  tlience west SO chains; tliencc north SO  chains, tlience east HO chains to point  of couiineni'.eiiKMit, eon la in ing" <i4(l acres  more or less.  Located this 16th day of December,  1910. A. H. Xnyes,  J' H. East, Agent.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply tcthe Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described lands in the Simr  ilkanieen District: commencing at a  post planted about 40 chains south'of  the northwest cornerof Lot 422: thence  south 80 chains: thence east 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains; thence west  80 chaius to poinbof commencement,  containing 640 acres more or less.  Located this 15th day cf December,  1910. Martha VV. Kingston,  J. H. East, Agent.  Jespair and Despondency  No one but a wo in an can tell the story c-i the suffering, the  despair, and the de:-pundency endured by women who carry  it daily burden of ill-health nnd pain because of disorders und  lierti.ijioments of the delicate and important organs that are  di'-.f'iicily feminine. flic tortures so bravely endured coru-  I I'-i.-ly upael tlie nerves if long continued.  i'iciec's   favorite  Prescription is  a positive  cure   for  weakness uad discmse of the feminine organism.  IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,  SICK WOMEN W J-Lilt nllnys ir.fluimciition, heals ulceration and soothes pain.  It tones nnd lu.ilds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood  and motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and  ha\e nothing to urge upon you ns ���' just as good."  It is iior.-werer, non-alcoholie und ha;! u re-eord of forty years of euies.  Ask  Yoi'it  N.-.si:!iuuiis,    Thoy prohahly know of some of its many cures.  !t' you \.u;-.- -a  book  (hut  lefts all -,:Ih>uI woman's diseases, und how to cure  ;je;a ul  ii.j.iiu, i.c'ad 31   one-ei-ii!  sUi:ii.:>  to  Dr. fierce to pay cost of mailing  ��?c-  -.iikI   ii  >ou a free copy of   his   jjreut tliooMind-page illustrated  '. 11:1x1101: S<-rise Au.ilici:! Adviser    revised, up-to date edit:tm, in paper covers.  Li IuikJoo,.!..- clv:t!i.!-;!W.;n;<( 50 stci:;ps.    Address Dr. It. V. 1'ierce, Huft'alo, N.Y.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described, lands in the Similkameen District: commencing at a  post planted at the southeast corner of  pre-emption Lot 685,- thence 80 chains  west; thence 80 chains north; thence 80  chains east; thence 80 chains south to  point of commencement, containing  040 acres more or less.  Located this ISth day of December,  1910. S. J. Miller,  J. H. East, Ageut.  It has been stated that the G.  T. P. have beea the tuccessful  tenderers for tbe construction of  the Hudson Bay Railway and  that the proposed construction is  from Saskatoon to the Pas Mission  A Conservative.  In a local shoe store one day  this week a stout man appeared  to be haying considerable difficulty in finding just what he  wanted.  After showing him a dozen or  more pairs, the salesman blandly  observed:  "Now, here is a pair that I  think will suit you to perfection."  After examining the shoes the  stout man exclaimed:  "I don't like them. They are  too narrow and too pointed.."  "Ah," returned the clerk, "but  they are wearing narrow, pointed  shoes this season."  "Possibly," returned the stout  man, "but I am still wearing my  last season's feet."  The enormous inflow of capital  from different parts of the globe,  but particularly from the laud  of John Bull, shows no sign of  cessation and with the development of our own great resources  keeping on' apace it looks as  though the preachment of the  Bull element ought not to be far  wrong, even if it does appear a  little over-enthusiastic to the  moderate man in the "street."  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 clays  from date I intend toapply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands tor a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following described land in the Similkameen District: commencing at a post  at the southeast corner of Pre-emption  Lot 685, thence south 40 chains; thence  west 160 chains, thence north 40 chains;  thence east 160 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more  or less.  Located this 15th day of December,  1910. G. M. Pripp,  J. H. East, Agent.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply tothe Chief  Commissioner of Land and Works for  a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described  lands in the Similkameen District:  commencing at a post planted at the  southeast corner of lot 424, thence east  80 chains; thence north 80 chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence south to  point of commencement, containing  640 acres more less.  Located this 16th day of December,  1910. Frank L. Smith,  J. H. East, Agent.  * ***: ir ** ����&7k7t+?+* *++���*��� * * * * *+*  T, r   nnrr,,,,  ip  *  if  if  if  Klectric current supplied for Power, Lighting,  Heating and Ventilating. Power furnished  ior Hoisting and air-c<impressing plants, with  absolute guarantee of c > itimunis poArer service  Get Our Rates. We Can' Save You Honey  +  ^4*^^^^<^4l'<ff'*t*4'4'^J!<l'*f��|*'4>*^4.4.4.i|ii|i4i<|��SC  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospectfor coal and petroleum on the  following described land in the Similkameen District: Commencing at a  post planted at the southwest cornerof  pre emption lot 2337: thence east 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  west 80 chaius, thence 80 chains south  to point of commencement, containing  640 acres more or less.  Located this 14th day of December,  1910. W. F. Boettcher,  J. H, East, Agent.  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to theChief  Commissioner of Lands for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following described land in the  Similkameen District; commencing at  a post planted at the northwest corner  of preemption lot 684; thence 'west 40  chains: thence north 160chains; thence  east 40 chains; thence south 160 chains  to point of commencement.  Located this 15th day of December  1910. D. H. McLean.  J. H. East, Agent.  Do you owe the Boundary Creek  Times for yoi:r subscription? Your  paper label tell j the story. Bring it  in.    It will be very acceptable.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES  MASONIC  Regular tiunitlily nicetiiifrs of Greenwood  Lodire No. 28, A. V. & M., are held on the first  Thursday of each month at Fraternity Hall,  Government street. Visiting- bretltreti cordiallr  welcomed. J. A. RUSSKLL, W.M. J. S. 1IIR-  NIE, Secretary.  I. 0. 0. F.  Iioiindary Valley L-odirc No. 38, meets every  Tuesday uveniiifr at S p. in. in the I. O. O F  hall. 1JREV POND, N. C. WALTER MURRAY. V. C.. Wm. PHILLIPS Rec. Sec. A  hearty welcome to' all visitinir brothers.  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  Thc Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  pp ���^  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STAGE  Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m.   with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  ik  New Scale of Advertising.  The   newspapers of  Phoenix,  Grand Forks and Greenwood have'  adopted  thc  following   scale of  prices  for  legal advertising for  the year 1911:  Application for liquor license,  30 days, $4,00. '  Certificate of improvement no-l  tices, 60 days. $7.50.  Application to., purchase land J  notices, 60 days, $7.50.  Delinquent Co-owner   notices,  90 days, #10.00.  Water notices, 30 days, $15.00.1  All other legal advertising not]  included in the above, 12 cents]  per single column line for thel  first insertion and 8 cents a line]  for each subsequent insertion.  Before you take your departure from]  Greenwood subscribe for your home]  paper, $1 for six months, or $2 a yeai 'A  You will find it full of interest to yonj  wherever you are.  .dfB  #*����'ie,��Pi��,j��',jr,*if,j?,iPj��'��e*jr!Pjp��p��r  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  Greenwood Lodire, K of P., meets every  Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. iu K, P. Hall.  J. HADFIELD, V. C AUSTIN LOGAN, K.  ofR.andS.    W.JOHNS, C. C  Thirty miles of water pipe will  be laid in Vancouver this vear.  oven es years'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone ���endlriB a. sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probdbly patentable. Commnnlc.v  tloni strictly conBdentfal. HANDBOOK on Patent*  Coal and Oil NOtice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to theChief  Commissioner of LandB for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the  following lands in the Similkameen  District: commencing- at a post planted  at the southwest corner of Lot 424;  thence north 80 chains; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  w��>st 80Zchains to point -of commene-  ment, containing 640 acres more or  less. Located this 16th da3r of December 1910. F. H. Knight,  J. H, East, Agent  W. F. JV\.  Greenwood Miners' Union No.22, meets every  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street,  at 7:30 p. m., and at Mother It��de mine every  Friday evening-at 7:30 p. in. I/ICSTliR MACKENZIE, Secretary.  REBEKAHS  Greenwood Rebekah Lodtfc No. 1?, I. O. O. T.  meets firat and third Mondays of each month  at I. O. O. K.Hall. MRS. .AGNES FLEMING, N. G. MISS B. BRYANT V. (J. ROB  ERT HALCROW, Rec. Sec.  AT THE CHURCHES  X.  V.  %  &  V.  %  %  %  %  "ft  %  if.  CO., LTD.  Leaves Mothei Lode  930  a.  in.  6:30 p.  m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  8:30 p.  ni.  m.  Saturday -last stage leaves  Mother Lode 6 p. m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  Greenwood Office  NORDEN    HOTEL  .3% v* J* J^ v* v* wV J* J* ^v ,9v ��^v J* ^v J* w�� Jp  ���entfree. Oldest agency for���ecurinspatenta.  Patents taken through Mann * Co.        '  tptdal notice, without charge, in tha  Scientific Jhiericatn  A handsomely illnttrated -weekly. Lanreit circulation of any scientific journal. T��rm�� tor  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all netredealers.  MUNH&Co�������* New York  Branch Office, OS F BU Washington, D. C  Coal and Oil Notice  Notice is hereby given that 30 days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following described lands in the  Similkameen District: commencing at  a post planted at the southeast corner  of   Lot   657:   thence   south tiO chains;  Methodist ��� Kev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct setvi:es iu thc Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. m.-Evening.  7:30,   Pkksbytekian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted morning- and  evening-, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 2.30 p. m. Rev. J. A.  Pett ie, minister.  Anglican���St. Jude's. Services:  Holy Communion at 8:30 a. m., on 1st,  3rd, and Sth Sundays; Holy Communion at 8:30 a. m., 1st, 3rd and Sth Sundays; morning prayer at 11 a. m.;  evening prayer at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday  school at 2:30 p. m. Rev, F. M. Hilton, vicar,  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. ni.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rkv. V iTHRK Lambast. pastor.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:      ���'Hallext."  I Bedford M'Neill's  Codes \ Moreing & Nesd's  I Lelber's  QltMMHWOOD,  B. O.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyor,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. O. Box 57. Phone 32.  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER & CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Creek, B. C.  Copper  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contains  1,500 pages, with nearly SO percent^  more matter than the preceding edition i  The chapters with mine descriptions!  and on statistics have been carefully!  revised' and the bulk of the matter!  therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering Copper History. Geology J  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy]  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting J  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities]]  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States.Countries  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Sta  tistics of Production, Consumption,Im<|  ports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,]  eic.J  The Copper Handbook is concededlj  the  World's Standard Referei  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains. ii>  this new and greatly enlarged edition^  about 50 per cent, more matter that  the Bible���though not necessarily  better book because of its great bulk J  It is filled with FACTS of vital im-j  portance to. '  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt toj  or $7.50 in genuine full library moroc  TERMS are most liberal. Send n<  moneyi but order the book sent to yo��  all carriage charges prepaid, on oxA  week's approval, to be returned if un]  satisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Cat  you afford not to see the book and judg J  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and put  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGI  TON, MICH., U.S.A.  For Sewing  Machine   Needles   and  Oil see  A. L.   White,  the  Stove   and!  Furniture man.    Phone 16.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES m^r&}&je&&%&j!����&'��]a��aVl&\tft&  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  n  Obstinate Coughs Cured  Perhaps you imagined your cough would wear off  ���cure itself���and now have developed a nasty,  clinging cough. It would have  been better to start sooner, but  even now quick relief will be given  by using  MATHIEU'S  SYRUP  oi Tar and Cod Liver OU  which at once relieves coughs, colds  and other throat troubles, and not  only cures the disease, but thanks  to its tonic properties, builds up the  system   against   the   recurrence.  Where there it fever with the cold take  Matbien'a Nervine Powdera to reduce the fever  and relieve the pmin.  .  All dealers sell Mathi*u'�� Syrup of T��r and  Cod Liver OU and Mathien1* Nervine Powders.  J. L. MATHteU CO., Pre?*.   8HERBR00KE, QUE.  Mathieu's Syrup  h-.rye bottle 35c.  Mathieu's  Nervine Powdera  10 in box 25c.  have justified their right to free-  dom by living tbe lives of selInspecting and industrious citizens,  nine hundred and ninety-nine  are stiil reporting to the authorities, aud only sixty-two have  found their way back to the courts  through the lures of th?ir old  habits arid activities  Several things have occured  wilhin the pa*t few months to  give additional strength to Canadian credit abroad and nothing  could haye been finer in that respect than the recent demonstration of the wonderful earning capacity of the Canadian Pacific  Railway ;is shown bv the decision nT the directors within the  ^>a-;t fc-.v ihvs t<> uUice tlio s'ock  on ;i 10 per cent,   dividend   basis  ' CANADIAN PATENTS SOLD  "AT IT HERE smcE 1900V  i>ivri\Minr��.vii-'SFOK western Canada  FOLEY BROS. LARSON & COMPANY  Winnipeg-, Edmonton, Vancouver, Saskatoon.  For sale bv J. L,. White, Druggist  CONDENSED  NEWS ITEMS  W. F. Monson, chief of the  Merman missionaries in England,  has addressed a letter to Home  Secretary Churchill, seconding  the request of certain English  clergy that the home office investigate Mormonism in England.  Monson alleges that the Mormons  are been persecuted. An anti-  Mormon campaign was recently  organized at Liverpool by the  Bishop of Liverpool .< and other  prominent churchmen. The object was the expulsion from England of Morman missionaries who  were charged with sending many  recruits, - chiefly girls, to the  States. The crusade has been  taken up by the clergy of other  cities.    An officer of a liner once remarked that most men seemed to  be as ignorant about the size of  the sea as they are of the distance  between the heavenly planets.  Here are a few facts: The Pacific covers 68,000,000 miles, the  Atlantic 30,000,000, and  the  In  dian ocean, Arctic'and Antarctic  42,000,000. To stow away the  cqntents of the Pacific it would be  necessarly to fill a tank one mile  long, one mile wide, aud one mile  deep every day for 440 years. Put  in figures, the Pacific holds in  weight 984,000,000,000,000,000,-  000 tons. The Atlantic averages  a depth of not quite three miles.  It waters weigh 325,000,000,000,-  000,000,000 tons, and a tank to  contain it would have each of its  sides 340 miles long. The figures  of the other oceans are in the  same startling proportions. It  would take all the sea water iu  the world 2,000,000 years to flow  over Niagara.  Tbe death bas occuircd at  Nice, French Riviera, uf Mrs.  VYilliani Cunard, wid>>w of the  so i o! Sir S.iiuiiel t'uKird, the  founder of the Cunard .Steamship  Line. Mrs. Outlaid was ire  daughter of the Hon. Thomas C.  Haliburton, a judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia and  the author of -'Sam Slick."  Mr. John Aird, superintendent  of the central western branches of  the Canadian Bank of Commerce,  and manager of the Winnipeg  branch, has been promoted to the  post of assistant general manager  at Toronto. His Winnipeg successor has not yet been named.  If there is any faith to be put  in figures, Canada's parole system  of dealing with criminals has  proved its value during the eleven  years it has been iu operation.  Dominion Parole Officer Archibald, in the course of an inspection trip at St. Vincent de Paul  penitentiary, said that, of the  three thousand and seventy-two  prisoners who have been released  from the penitentuaries on parole  j during that period, two thousand  The Provincial Government  has promised the First Canadian  Apple Show $4,000 to reduce the  deficit. The C. P. R. have also  favoured them with a cheque for  $1,000 to assist in closing their  accounts.  A remarkable tribute was paid  to Canada by Sir John French,  when he remarked: "Words fail  to express how highly I estimate  the splendid energy and high Imperial spirit apparent everywhere  in the Canadian forces."  In spite of political disturbances and predictions of commercial disaster the vear 19L0 was a  enormously prosperous one tor  Great Britain.  The vote on the church property exemption plebiscite at Vancouver resulted in nearly four-  fifths of the voters opposed exemption.  ^Savelour Honey,  -* Gmmnct Now!  We want evayonetofeiow  %t we arc paymS -  c-4% litest^  pev annum crcW niruly  on savings deposits (jM-  j. upward) subject loWh-  jrawal V cheep?. ��? ���������  ^- 5% hTereor"*  qiiteftqjositaof-'-  Sjnritf tfVts & over. -  We ravel irjrt.icy il;cV;.\'f  $raioal Fiaaucial business.  We wearily savings accnt  &. ify&t! ?ire not aaviu^  cyiiraiaucaTly; * --*--*-  tomcnceKOWWilliUS.  ftepflsito "by mail ^^^  ���*��� + ���*��� easily "handed ���  "Voucan send toy Draff,  Post Office -*- Cypress  Order or Registered"^  better & withdrawals  can be ma^eT-* +^ -�����  - - any way you wish.  Wave Responsible  Refer 10^* + - -*  Dms, Bystreets,  or to anyone ta +  VMG0UV6R-  Write us about 9 Way  Do it tot!!!!!  DewJpyjCo.LTD.  M fambie Stmt,  Kingdley   Reduction   Process May Be Put in  Operation.  All Canadian  rights to operate  the Kui��slt'v   chemiclp reduction  ! or< cess have* been sold to a svndi-  i ' ���'  ! cato of Canadians is a report thai  reachi-d    Spokane   one-   dav    last  week.     Tho   inventor of   the pro  cess   is  G. K     Kii'^slcv of   Spo  k;inc, who   after   20   years   hard  'labor   ;ili>ng   oro   reduction  prob  ; Icins   ri-niizod    succoss    while   ir  ! Germany    two    vears  h^o.    The  j consideration   f->r    the   Canadian  I riirhts is said to he 5400,000.  A c< nipany of Spokur.p capiial-  ists has   been   forme:!   and rumor  siivs   that    a  p'aut   will   ho   con-  struoWd   cast of   th"   cily  lor the  reduction <���! ore sulphates, which  iwill   moan  a   threat   saving   ovvr  ithe pre-ent s\s*< tn of  mill work.  The   pr< cess   invented   by   Mr.  Kin^slev has   bei-o   ^iven practical tests and   everything claimed  for it by  the inventor has proven  true to prediction.  i  6  desire to enter the navy of a  means by which they can do so.  Postmasters of several of the large  cities will be recruiting officers  and will be paid two dollars for  each man they enlist for the  navy. It is expected that most  of the applicatious.will be made  at the stations at Halifax or Es-  quimalt, and therefore the amount  of payments to postmasters will  be small.  Sale of Lots in Vancouver.  Lots I and 2. comer of Venables and Gordon drive; double  corner 06x122 feet;' car line will  be through inside of six months;  g-ood opening for a business corner; �� blocks from Hastings street,  church and school in close proximity; concrete sidewalks within  three blocks: streets graded past  property. Price $4,500 cash or  on terms for $5,000; $1,250 down,  balance 6. 12 and 18 months al 7  per cent. Apply to R. J. Muir,  box 3, Greenwood, or C. E- McAllister. Sherman hotel, Vancouver.  Subscribe to your town paper���the  Boundary Creek Times and keep  posted on all that is happening���only  $2.00 a year in advance; $1.00 for  six months.  If you are a subscriber of the  Times and not paid up, $2.00 from  you would be very acceptable.  u  Piping Hot Water Always Ready  for every occasion, with the Kootenay Steel Range,  without " driving" the fire or wasting fuel. The  generous firebox is built so that the water heats very  rapidly as it passes through the water front, and  gives a plentiful supply. One bath usually empties  the boiler heated by an ordinary range with the  result that the rest of the family must wait for more  water to heat. Not so with the boiler attached to  the water front of a  KOOTENAY  ��� :- Steel Raiige  because the Kootenay never fails to heat as much  water as is required and as fast as it is used. Thc  nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the  reasons why you ought to own a Kootenay. 56  SClarys  Luuuon,    Toronto,     Montreal,   -Winnipee,    Vtncnurer,     St. John, N.B.,    n.v.-.ifon.     Calvary  For Sale by Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  i   I  THE-  ���*s  Walter Depley and Goldie  Smith have been found guilty of  the death of Stanley Ketchel are  committed for imprisonment  for  life.       The  House   at Washington  passed  the   army appropriation  bill  involving au expenditure of  $93,000,000.  A few years ago the French  government acquired by purchase  from a private collection a wonderful alarm clock which was once  the property of the great Napoleon, and which not only tells the  time of the day, but, as well, the  day, the month, the vear. the  mean Solar time, the phases of  the moon, aud indicates in addition, the quarter hours. Its attachments also include a thermometer.  f FAMOUS PEOPLE  ft6 T%~&>    BY FANME M LOTHROP.  Wood Furnace  is where it ought to be���at the front, readily reached without  groping in the dark or taking unnecessary steps. A turn of  the lever instantly changes the draft so the fire is quickened .  or checked, at will. Turned on, McClary's Magnet Wood<  Furnace produces the strongest heat in a few minutes; and  the nickelled steel tubes radiate this heat for hours after  the draft is shut off. Because of this stored heat McClary's  Magnet Wood Furnace is economical and a continuous roaring fire is unnecessary. The heat that goes up the smoke pipe  of ordinary wood furnaces, goes into the register pipes of the  Magnet. Like the position of the damper, the Magnet Wood  Furnace is right all through. Right in principle, right in construction; right in materials. See the Magnet at the McClary  agent's in the nearest town. Write to nearest McClary branch  for booklet, giving a detailed description. Free, postpaid.  iii  Wages are not excessive in  Japan. Of skilled operatives, the  highest paid are spectacle and  precious stone workers, $1 a day.  Shipbuilders receive 75 cents a  day, masons 70 cents, fireworkers  and carpenters60 cents. Printers  receive nine cents,  Boundary  4  Creek  Cimcs  V^  -IS THE-  PIONEER WEEKLY  OP THE   A sensational feature in the  Chinese Commission now held at  Vancouver, was the statement  that a Chinese named Quong had  offered $2,000 to any one who  would murder David Lew, the  principle witness against him.  London, Toronto, Montr.tl, Wlnnlp.g. V��H.ouv.r, St. John, Hamilton, Cigar*.  $2.00  per year  A strong resolution against  Home Rule for Ireland was the  principal feature of the meeting of  the Orange County Lodge, Toronto.  Ottawa���In the senate recently  Hon. Mr. Landry was told that  the naval department proposed to  post advertisements for the purpose of informing   persons who  Copyright. 1UUI   L*urdy. Uualou.  DR. WILLIAM  HENRY DKUIWIMONO  The Famous Poet of Trench-Canadian Life.  It was eight years ago that Dr. Drummond's delightful book of vorse "The  Habitant and Other French-Canadian Poems" mado its debut. Their quaint-  ness, pathos, humor and rcalncss. blended with the rare, sympathetic touch that  makes smiles chase away tears and tears follow smiles, won instant response in  the hearts of Canadians and of all lovers of good literature throughout the world.  The simple-minded, pure-hearted i-'ieneli-Canadiau characters told their stories  in a new dialect���handled with such loving, sympathetic interpretation that uo  slightest cloud of exaggeration or burlesque marred the spell of the charm.  They were originally scribbled on a block of paper held on.thc author's knee,  often by a, camp-fire; later, begged, borrowed or purloined by friends, many of  them drifted into print and became popular without the author's name and with  no trace of their parentage. It was the poet's wife who carefully collected all  these earlier poems and made copies of the later ones, and so made possible ouo  of the.best selling books of poetry in recent years.  Dr. Drummond was born in County Leitritn, Ireland, in 1S.5-1, and when a  Loy of nine was brought with his threu brothers to Canada by his father who  settled in Montreal. He loved out-door life, camping, fishing, boating���anything  -with open air and companionship. He was happy at bold a I'loul'i'e, meeting the  river drivers and shanty men on their waj' down to t^uebec, absorbing their stories  and quaint talk with all the intensity of au impressionable boy, unconsciously  storing them away in silent preparation until the day when he was to add a new  character to the literature or Canada and a new name to her roll of real poets.  While in the High School at Montreal and later at Bishop's College at I.en-  noxville in his medical course from which he graduated in 1SS1. he wrote some verse;  but it was his splendid physique and great strength that distinguished him -hid  wonderful words in hammer-throwing and shot-put ting winning more attention than his throwing of words or putting of phraw*.  When lie came tu Montreal to practice, be became identified with the fishing  clubs, and on the rivers and in I ramping through the. woods came again into  close companionship with the guides, the half-tin-eds and th.- habitants whose confidence he won and whose est<, m was given to him as naturally as echo ������.-.ponds  to sound. In n cognition of his Milendid contributions to literatim-, Dr. Drum-  liion-1 v.;is elc'ted a l'i ilow of tiie lloyal S'n-iely of Literature, Kiidnnd, and of  the l!o.V;d Society of Catania, a iU'.L. of Bishop's College, ,-.j���l !n niuri i i v.nii Ml  LL.D. Vrom ToiMtito  l.tii'.er ity.     His lai  st  book is ������'l!i.-  Voyte.'eur.''  fcnteiedalcwu.t.jtu AA'. u* Ike l-ati.aliieu; il uaiia^^, lUlLe J'^t i^^. l>>" U'. L. U-^k. al U.c --j .. i:..-.t <.? Agi.^iiur��  iifi M  tt  Send for the paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do  -: HI  .:^J THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  #���  j.'  i n  h   ��� ��� ������- ^m  I - i> V'  i"&.  IflW.  ,    yf, * K**, ^$f? <*��* i <        "S <* "     ^  Items of   Interest   Picked  Up  Here and There For The  Times Readers,  BLISS CARMAN  Canadian Poet, Critic and Editor  Bliss Carman, poet, eriiie ami editor, one of the foremost of Canada's con-  temporarr litterateurs. wa.-> horn i:i l-V-'Wirien. N. H.. in IStll, tunl on his  tattler's sine is (lesrotnjotl from : ln> Carniaii- who went from 1 ./ing Island,  N. Y.. "to .Ni-w Hrtiriswiek. while his BKitenui! ancestors fought, in the American Revolution. He u ;i -, eilitcnted al the enl!e-e .^clionl of his native town  and Hi- University of N��-w lSnmsw it K. fr"::i which he irniiiualecl in ISS1,  later liiUliif? a two ycuv.' i��rist-urailu;i-.��� coins, a! the IJnhvr.sity of I'M in-  bunsli. ami al'terwar.,.-   sji ���mini^  i"-o .. -ar- at   11;:,,. :>',;.  Tliei-e seemei] to t.e a re-:t!r,... il'ii.i t'.iian .-trait! :n his nature that, chafe'l  umler restraint and con vent ion; for he tried many lines apart from literature, lmt it had somehow a compeline; lioniini; ni-iinri that always 'irouirht  riint'biu-k to a Imi!" oi ink ami a pen. for i f>-\\ y.-ats he read law, then  ventured into the field of civ:: ent;iiiee|-i:i^, then laimhl school���but it all  proved empty and  unsatisfying:  he had  mi:   found his piace.  H was not until his post-graduate days that, his poetic sense became  main!'-.-: and under thr- stimulus or tin- ;:,--.>::iuir apprecation of the editors  nf th- i-ollejip literary iiiaanxim- he hec,an ;������ ���.v;!f voives ::i :i timid, furtive  sort of ji way at lir-t. then he -few holder am' r;:nr.- irreiirewsiblo. until the  editor's drawer was stacked with mniijdi t'ainian viyy<-y. to last for years.  Vli.a In- he-an lo .-. ml his ;:nem.- nut to iho real ni<'iya::tih\H wliere the editors  paid for contributions, aecp'ame was uot  so  ������'vo.  11- .-ent out poem af'er poem. Inn ti, .. almost iavriciubly returned,  v/illi no leal' of |iroii'i.-v: hut he iiad .-���.teienie <-n>;[i !. tiee toat his doves of  verse would lind restiny ;dace in -nine i-rl-i of r-ditoria! aiipreciation. The  htrt; (ini-'t, which alw.jy= made tlie ^i-eaie:.t numi.-r of trips hefore ai'-eept.ance,  es|icci:illy iniercstc'i ;.i:n. aad I:- -av- th'-in pot nanies to cornniemorali liieir  iruM.-:--. kiicIi as ��� Th ��� l-Vyiui: I jiih-1i :-:>. n." '���flys.-j s" ;>.ml "The Waauering  Jew." tin.- iiianiisci'ipt lie -ent to An-tre'ia !>y v\uy a' t-'-in !���"��� am-i.-co a-id it  i-ik.ii: t- '..-�� ->: via :ln- Suez Caici! an I t.. -1 j i! ��� -' i. '.'.-it lie- many -iiitors. and :ltU  !���,,��� i i  '- e e' rNtr ',e-| "I 'at-iaih t'o.-i   '   '    .a:;'1    ii   .-: I'ciim.ru i- -;i;ei|   lhe  n oln'.  ���i J        *'... ii,   I...      Ii,...ii   (���:,   :!,.     '..!'   11:': ���: !    .::r.::'   O i'   te:!l"   :i    ill,-', rt    Oi:t "-' . ! lie-'   or  I  .'-.!/    <":iri:i;tii ha   been on ;ie   e.i.;o;  r; ,|.,. ;.:i.: ; i-ell- ��� -i-l ::-"' :'r-:n- li- ��� edit  vi :l|-':   .itiii'i1   a   i.'.:-." 'I   '��� : ���!���-    I ': 'c-   io''  I ;i      ;i   ������ . 'I     ' ,i-i   it    '���.'���!���'     -i      i 111 ef    ������  ., ,.,...'��� ������    :. .     ot     i!i > ������    :     ������������ e::   .:    So.d.i  of half a do:-., n imie.a.ane.-- or  ! i'-e iif-i-ai-s Wo:! I": he ha-  a :' ��� I..:- !tii-!ia:-d I lovi y I i-  :���  -I'.-i   a    ���   -ii-: :J   pi-emeoi; ::���..'  Kettle River  Mr. L. Ki'itit't kc sj)1->ni tltc pas!  season on tho West |<ork of tin-  Kettle River, II. ('. lie lias h.-i-ti  engaged in topo^r.-iphiiMllv .nnl  geologically    survoviii" this   dis-  i i'v|icctcil iii tho initios upon its  I'oiiiplot ion.  A i)roinisiiii��-sonui of soft coal  lias ln'i-ii li'i-cutlv opened iu the  Ti'itiarv sli;ili-s uonr Midwny.  l'iai-er o-old. uo|<|-sil vor, and  topper prosprrls were lortiierh  worked alo;ti;- Kettle river and its  I riliiilnries, K'ook Creek  ami West  tricl   for   the   Genlooie.-il  Survey   |m>|-|<.  and reports as follows re^.inl iiij;'  tho mining dovelopniont. I  The small  si Ivor-load workings  The City Council.  The city council   mot in regular  session   on   Monday night.    Thc  near    Ilea verdoll,    on    the    West : regular   monthly   bills    wore   allowed and   the   usual   business of  the city transacted.  Fork of Kettle river has   shipped  n��<*rlv   $100,01)0   worth    of ore at  Tho   mayor   was  authorized to  Ilie  end   of   l'MO.    The ore was *cnd  1. J. Kmiis to the Old Man's  ,   ,   ,. ,.���-,.    i Home and   the   city incur the ex-  hauled   lor   nearly   o0  miles   hvj  wagon tothe railwav, and only] The Provincial Commissioner  such as avereged $100 per ton or 'appointed .1. L. Coles and;F. 0.  over could be shipped with profit. I^^ss as license commission-  ������     , .' ' es. and   b. W.   McLaine   and b  I he largest mine was shut d ����-n M Johoson as 1>olice commission-  in    February   of   last   year,    and i PTc  mining is now practically at a  standstill. A railway is being  constructed from Midway, on the  United States Boundary, through  Heaverdell.    Renewed   activity is  A donation of S3(J was made to  the Anti-Tuberculosis societv.  The water rates for the rink  were fixed at $25 per annum, and  the Rink Co. notified to change  the approach.  14th Winter Carnival  ROSSLAND  Feb. 14 to 18,1911  Handsome      Prizes  Hockey Championship of B. C.  Ski Jumping Championship  Skating Championship  Every Known Winter Sport  Masquerade and Dance  Write to Percy Hunt, Sec'y Carnival Committee  a%a*%faa***mmWamaa*maaWaWBm  HHSEaSEES22SS��  | Do you want (Slit ItmlUiit initial note i  ?5 paper and envelopes to write your |  i letters on?    If you do  }',; Call .it THE TIMES OFFICE  ii!  il!  Prices moderate |  The Ladies Readiiijj; club will meet  at Mrs. Watson's on Saturday next,  lei)   4th.  Mr. Lennox, wife and three children, left on Wednesday train en route  for their old home in Kn^land.  The ladies of St. Jude's Guild are  orjrani'/.inu a "social at the hall,  Woods block, for Kehruary 28th.  Please remember date.  Lor Sale���An A. I. cutter practically new, with pole, SJ5.0U. Apply  A. L. White  General meeting of the Greenwood Curlinu club will take place  Monday evening, Feb. bth at 8 p. in.  sharp.  The hockey match between Greenwood juniors vs. Phoenix juniors took  place on Tuesday ni^ht at Phoenix,  with result 7 to 5 in favor of Phoenix.  Rossland    Carnival    this    season,  Feb.  14 to 18,   will   certainly  be   an  event,    they generally   turn   out.   the  boss   carnival   of  the boundary and it  will be a treat to take it in.  We feel sorry to have to announce  the death of the fnfant child of Mr.  and Mrs. Chas- lye which occured  on Saturday morning last. We beg  to express our sympathy.  Grand Forks and Greenwood are  to line up tonight- Friday, lor another  hot hockey match. Give the boys  every encouragement by your presence  and interest.  Hockey match between Greenwood intermediates and (hand Forks  intermediates took place on Thrus-  day evening at Grand Forks. Result  was received too late for publication  this issue.  'Fhe Masquerade Hall given by the  Odd Fellows on Tuesday, February  Uth, from indications will eclipse  any former effort in this direction-  It is open to the public at a small  charge of admission of jf>l.UU per tick*  et. Patrons are ipiite safe for a most  enjoyable evening.  Word was received at this office on  Friday last of the serious indisposition  of R. G., Sidley, of Sidley, B C. who  on Thursday last was afflicted with a  stroke of paralysis, later intelligence  gives it that he is resting quietly and  in full possession of his mental facilities, his numerous friends will hear of  this misfortune with genuine regret  and hope for speedy return to active  duty.  The K. of P. officers for the en-  ing year were duly installed on Wednesday evening, Jan. 25th, by installing officer A- J. Morrison of Mother  Lode, as follows: W. Johns, C.  C.; John Hadfiekl, V. C.; J. Storer,  P.; A. Davidson, M. of F.; A. J.  Logan, K. of R. and S.; Chas.  Russell, M. of K.; J. J. Johns, M.  of VV. ; Geo. BouKl 1. G.; Wm.  Lawson, O. G.  The curlers Warren Cup competition is made the nighly event at the  curling rink- Some very fine work is  shown and very rapid inprovement  made by the curling members When  to very many it is quite a new departure but enthusiasm will lead to proficiency. Tuesdays rinks were as  follows: Fast rink, McCutcheon vs-  McMynn, McCutcheon winner.  West rink, Russell vs. McLean, Russell winner.  'Fhe Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  church will have a benefit performance at the Star Theatre on Wednesday next, Feb. 8th- Special tilms,  steropticon views, illustrated songs.  A very attractive feature will be the  Cornish singers from Mother Lode  mine, with choice selections. Mrs.  Keffer will favor with a vocal piece,  with other attractions this will be a  first class progrmme. Adults 25c.  children 15c  The Department of Agriculture  has made provision for a series of lectures and demonstrations in fruitgrowing, conducted by the Horticultural branch. 'Fhe first of these will  be held at Midway, Feb- 8 1911.  Fhe public in general are cordially  invited to attend. Admission free.  Copies of the progamme may be had  from II. A. Pearson, Myncaster, secretary of the Rock Creek Farmer's  Institute- New members are always  welcome to the institute.  Moving Picture Theatre Saturday,  Feb. 4th. Lxtra attractive films:  Love and money, Warriors sacrifice,  Ideal army life and others of a humorous cast, illustrated song, two piece  orchestra. Making a first chss programme and calling for a packed  house. 'Fhe Star Theatre, Saturday,  Feb. 4th.  Opening Carnival at Greenwood  skating rink which took place on Friday evening, Jan. 27th, was carried  out very successfully. About 80  masked skaters in costume taking an  active part 'The attendance of onlookers was very large, but a very  marked defficency was the absence of  good lively music of a band. It was  all that was required to make it most  enjoyable. Fhe prize winners were  as follows: Best dressed lady, Mrs.  F. J. Cartier; best dressed gentleman,  C, N. Bubar; best dressed boy,  Stanley Hart; best dressed girl, Jean  Coles; Comic lady, Miss Caldwell;  most original costume, representing  the B. C. Times, Miss li. Phillips;  comic boy, Arthur Rees; comic girl,  Katherine Rees; comic gent, (Jus  Clerf; most original gent, Stanley  Graham.  Guests at the Hotels  Imperial: " W. H. Covert, Mr.  and Mrs. S. M. Sylvester, Grand  Forks; Harry Witt, T. Karl, Spokane; (J. A. Ohren, Rossland; Win.  Aiken, San Francisco: G. Miller,  Victoria; J. R. McDougall, 'Frail;  A. McKeiY/ie, Vancouver.  Norden: Kliner Johnston, M. Carson, A. Anderson, F. Lief, C.  Holmes,   Rock  Creek.  Windsor: S. L. Olsen, (). S.  Cameron, Deer Park, Waih.; K. F.  Gibson, Grand Forks-, C. C Brown,  Vancouver.  Vituality of Annuitants.  The questions is often asked:  why do annuitants live longer, on  the average than other people?"  The great factor ia the question  ot course is that those people live  the longest who have the least  worries. It is a truism that worry  kills more people than work does.  Take from a man the primal  worry of existence, the worry  about his bread aud butter, and  you leave his mind free for higher  and more healthful activities.  Burden a man with the fear of  the poorhouse or a destitute old  age and you cripple his right  arm. A man who is ever saving  against the evil days and the lean  years, fearful that some storm  may break out at any time to destroy bis hoarded grain, come often to those same lean years with  Home substance but with shattered  nerves as well.  For all men and women it is  well that the Government has  provided a means whereby savings may be laid aside for the  future with perfect confidence  that they shall he available when  old age comes. "I am fearful,"  says one, "uot that I must die,  but that T may be a burden on  others, in my last days."  A Government annuity will not  solve till such problem-;, but. it  will solve, and is solving, many  of them.  Ask vour Postmaster, or write  to the Superintendent ot Annuities, Ottawa, for information.  For Sale at a Bargain���One  Solid Oak Show Case, also  One Solid Oak Hall Rack  with Mirror. The Hunter  Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Miners'  Convention.  At a convention held at Nelson  on January 10 to 13 of the Western Federation of Miners,' District No. 6, <he following was  tho order of business:  KeHolved, That this convention  endorse the votes and actions of  Comrades TIawthornthwailo and  Williams in the Provincial Legislature during the past session,  and reaffirm its faith in the program and principles of the Socialist party.  Whereas, There is a movement  ou foot throughout the province  and in the locals of this district  seeking to have changed the  date of the present recognized  Labor Day from the first Monday  in September to the first of May,  therefore, be it  Resolved, That the. membership of this district take a concerted action to make this agitation effective.  Kesolved, That this convention oominend the action of the  Women's Auxiliary No. I, W. F.  M., for their noble work in bringing such a happy Christmas to  the childreu of cur locked out  brothers in South Dakota.  Resolved. That we, the dele-  gales in attendance at the 1,?lh  annual convention of District Association No. d, W. F. M.. extend  to the friends and relatives of  those who lost their lives in.the  recent disaster at Uellevue, our  earnest aud heartfelt sympathy,'  and regret that sufficient modern  safety appliances were not available to render prom pi a id to those  men who even iu the ordinary  course of their employ incut are  exposed to risks lu-ynud lhe a vet-  age.  We would urge on the governments of I',. C. and Alta in particular, and the governments of  all other provinces where mining  operations are conducted, the imperative necessity ol installing  the most practical and up-to-date  safely apparatus procurable; the  same to be installed at someplace  centrally located, and the Department of Mines to compel each  mine operator to have on band  such emergency apparatus as the  department mav deem sufficient  for the carrying on the work ol  rescue, pending the arrival of the  government apparatus. Be it  further  Kesolved. That a copy of this  resolution tie forwarded to the  premiers of the provinces of B. C.  Alberta1 Saskatchewan and the  Dominion of Canada, to the press  for publication and to the secretary-treasurer of District No. 18,  W. M. W. A.  NOTIGK is hereby yiven tliat application will ho niacin to tlio IvPjjisl.iiiv^  Assembly of the Province of Uritish  Columbia at its next session for ;ui Act  to incorporate The Greemvood-Ph'-etiiv  Tramway Company, L/imiled, w ill  power to run, construct excavate <nnj  maintain a tunnel throiiirh ami under  the moiiiitaiu lyinj* east of tlu-Ci'v nf  Greeiiwoofi, in tli;.- i-.'iiimIy ol' Vale,  from a point on the Mcls <n mi-.ii-r.il  ciaim. which claim adj.jin tl'e <���:-mt  lionmJary of said City or < jreen >v< >  to n. point at < r near tiie Vic.ioriu mineral claim under tiie City of l'ho-nis;  and for tho purposeM of the uud.-i t��jk-  in^ to run exploring am! branch work- !  iug- tunnels from the main tunnel; also .  to sink or raise mining', woikmn or.  ore shafts atony the line or course of j  the said tunnel or its brattche.--.-; to explore for minerals by the use ol drills,  shafts or excavations; to construct,  maintain and operate by electricity or  otherwise tramways and roadways for  the purpose of carrying ores, or as maybe otherwise required to erect and  maintain crushing, electrical, hydraulic, con cent rat ing or smelting works or  fur plants and deal in the products of  the same; to supply, sell and disposa  of light or power, and to erect and  place any electric line, cable or other  electrical apparatus, above or below  ground, along, over and across streets,  bridges and lands; to erect, con.-.i:iiot  and maintain any dam. raceway, flume.  or other contrivance, or  plan  for di-  JAMES  Photographer  D.HJADWOOD  ST.'  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Has   a  new   equipment for  land.    Give him a triah  S?La,,cl 1��;ili8i��'��' "^cr, '��- ^'r; Photo work and can turn out  drainage, and  to construct   all   works ! ��� 1      JI  necessary  to obtain   and  make   water \ aS J^OOd   VVOrk   as   any in   the j]  power available; to carry on   the  busi-( l .1M/-i       n;,?o  i-iin-i   -.  ft-Jol .1  ness of mining in   all   its branches;  to  purchase and deal in ores; to enter into '���  ^^:^ri^^:zr^^\l C. Hair Goods Emporium |J  any interest in mining lands ,.r other-- j     Announces to the ladies of British ��� [  wise, contiguous   to   the  said   tunnel   0  ,      ,-     ,      , .   .        _^   . il  and to receive compensation  for trio! Columbia that by recent  importations   "  use of the tumielsor works of the Com  ' theis stock of Hair goods is most Company, and for drainage or other ben>-~ j plete in all particulars. Wigs, toupees,  lits derived from the tunnels or branch- j transformation pompadours, switches,  es; to acquire  and   t.tke over   thc bust-  ness of  the   Phoenix   Tramway   Company, a  company   incorporated   under  the Tramway Company   Incorporation  Act,   and    to  acquire and   obtain   all  concessions    bonuses, or   olher   rights  and privileges belonging to said Company; to purchase, lease or otherwise  acquire and hold patents, machinery,  lands, premises, buildings and all real  and personal property necessary to  carry out the objects of the Company  with all necessary or incidental rights.  powers and privileges as may be necessary: incidental or conducive to the  attainment of the above objects or any  of them.  Dated at < I reenwood, 11. C, this2-lth  day of December, A. I).. l'UO.  T. fl. HALUOTT.  Dec. 30. Solicitor for Applicant.  puffs and curls, all of which will be  furnished at less money than you can  obtain by ordering abroad. This \  business is my especial calling, and 5  being thoroughly understood, we are 'i  in a position to guarantee perfect satis- ('  faction to those who favor us with j  their patronage. Our new catalogue \  will be mailed on application by post j.  card, and which will be found most  useful. We also make up switches  out of vour own hair combings, prices  ranging from $1.00 to S2. 50. Our  mail order department has the most  prompt attention. !1  LEO MUELLER  Masonic'Temple,  Vancouver, B. C1  !WJ3ffl05Z2��*I3"S3ntB5rriJt'  Nomac Investment Co.  419-420 Lindelle Blk.  SPOKANE, WASHINGTON  Exclusive Brokers for the sale of the Western  issue of the Greenwood-Pnoenix Tramway Company. We shall be giad to answer any inquiries  regarding this stock. We also handle the stock  of the Boundary Mining and Exploration Co.,  Ltd., and of the Freemont Mining Co.  (I  Despatching By Telephone  The leading Canadian and  United States railroads are making a revolution in train despatching. Thc telephone is gradually  coming into use as a means of  despatching trains in place of the  telegraph. Although the installation of it costs six or eight  times as much as the telegraph it  is claimed that, in a short time the  telegraph will be a thing of the  past as far as the despatching of  trains is concerned.  The Canadian Pacific amongst  other railways lias adopted the  system, and up to the present has  upwards of 2,251 miles of tele-  phoni'i circuit, either in operation  or under construction. This includes all the lines between Newport and Megan tic In Monirea1,  London, Winnipeg. :i-i f.ir -.vest  as Me.iit-.iiio II.it. If. is churned  that the telephone is f;ir safer  than the telegraph ami more expeditious, and ihitt nt least 50 per  cent, more Ira flic can be handled  through the telephone. A.I1 the  circuits are worked over two copper wires, each weighing 210 lbs.  per mile.  Make use of the w.jnt nd. column.  It will do the work for y'ni at le^s cost  aud be more effectual.  STOP THE CAR.  AT  OUR STORE.  0.1. C. Store ��  This Is  No recollection of  the past; no exaggeration of the present, but should be a  forecast of the future  ,���   A. L. WHITE  this week received his large  semi-annual   consignment  of  Trunks, Valises & Suitcases  On account of the absence of street trolls:'He:  had to requisition mi (fled  for transportation fmi&faa'  depot. Truly the pwipoV:  ence of Greenwoodp��ii'"-ithiB  map does not warrant.fR&i'  Certainly the size ^H^hc  shipment does not. j^-V;'.- '���'  I  Call and See It  A.L.WHIT  *>J  Phone 16  Greenwood, B. C.  .sa^^^-sw&'-ssHs^s-ssHs;^^ e^s&s'sStfg^ a  The Coming Year  ���  it  I  I'  I  t  You will do well to drink  our beer exclusively. You  will find that our  Papst Beer  not only has superlative qualities, but is nourishing. If  you don't know the goodness of our beer begin 1911  by becoming acquainted.  There's both pleasure and  profit in the acquaintance.  Greenwood Ciquor go.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  n  ?!  ?!  il  i\  i\  ���!  ?!  ?!  ?!  i  I  it  it  u  it  it  I  it  X  il)  UaMiUim


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