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 iSSS  ��$*  Sflifl  S$l  ;ssx  IPi!  ?.?Si/S'H^  Wmmm*  !Wi  VOL. 12  '&RBENWOOD,  ��0<>0<><>000<>OoboCK>CK>C<>OOOCK>00<>00^  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Big Values in  Carpets  Tf  s. -  '"^  We are headquarters for. Carpets and Rug  of all kinds and have  lately  added  largely  y I  to our stock.  I   . '     '���'���:���.','���'������/���'. '-  As - a special inducement to buy early this  spring, during the month of February we  are offering a liberal discount for cash on all  Carpets and Rugs. We also make and lay  them without extra charge.  No  trouble to  show  goods.  B. G COPPER CO.  ANNUAL REPORT  FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 21   1908  If we had been able to receive  price forronr copper shipped, on  quotations   at date of   shipment,  have been  T.M. Gulley & Go.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood. B.C.  >0<XKKKKMXKH><>0<K>0<>��<>0<>00<>006  fcQ  ti  Elastic    ^*"^T_^      f    7h*^ - fclnstk  IHsUp    . ^"ow*      L~-~ Instep  With or Withoul "Elastic Irfstep'  THC GENUINE 1UVE THE NAJtE ON EVEB1TSUL&  *CCFPT KB snnsiTiTnTPS  Ji Shape for JEvery Foot.  A Style for Every Fancy.  A Shoe for Every Occasion.  They Fit  ���   Times���  Fit tbe Eye,  Fit tbe Purse,  Fit tbe Foot.  X.*  Dry Xlopds. Boots & Shoes  : V*V J '���^Hf-'t.i'irWi--: - TflBMWC-'.  HBSS3  <���&!  tttsiua  fhe/rwprks sf>a//(/e  know them "  On the merit of their performances alone are  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of  constructionrcombineclwith a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make  Following is the report received  this week by stockholders in the  B. C. Copper Company, limited :  To'thfc Stockholders of the British Co-J onr net profit would  lumWia Copper Co., Ltd."  , Submitted herewit|';V'for your  consideration is a bri^i. report of  the operations of your:} company  during tlie.past year, aid the v.re-  Biilts th��refrom. ....,'       b;.  Tn many respects the fyear ending Novembpr 30th, 1907,;has been  the most trying and ^hajrdest ever  experienced inthe history, of your  company. In the winter of 1906-7  the .'Northwest was subjected for  many weeks to the most fierious  fuel famine ever known.?- Fuel was  so scarce-at times that iii iprder to  secure even a meager supply -of ore  from the mines to yonr smelter,  our company . had to f Ornish the  railroad -company withi;-coal ;' in  order to carry On its local '.traffic.  When this fuel famine' was relieved, it was too late tfa hiarket  our production at the higher prices  for copper current in the earlypart  of ,1907,, owing to. a great shortage  of cars a,ndtheN,fact that onr copper is paid for at quotations of a  snbsequent'clate to its /shipment.  For detail as to onr operations  I refer you to the reoort of onr  general' manager, which js on file  ,in the office of the company and  open to-the inspection of any stockholder. ���   . ,        j ���  ��� lam more than ever impressed  with the necessity, to. bring about  the best results forpur stockholders  and'to secure profit in operations,  it is absolutely necessary that our;  mines and���' entire plant should; be  run steadily' and :continupusly;0Q  their Entire; capacity. This i&s'  been imppssible' oWing to the embarrassments, which I have previously-stated. '������" _-'p.  'Although we ?bave at Green wcjbd  one of the latest and best-eqnippW  smelters, with three blast fuTiiacjek  and converting plant, and;.;a > e'a-jj  I pacity of About, 2.000 ;.tb^s,^:^Qr$  a day; werwere only able to operate  our plant for about half its-entire  capacity, this' unsatisfactory ppe.ra-  tion being brought about through  circumstances which were entirely  beyond our control.       ���������;������ ~^  In July last,; having, as we supposed j ..overcome the embaTra^s-  m e'nts which surrounded ua early  in the year, and with copper selling in excess of 22 cents per pound,  yonr directors felt warranted in  declaring a dividend on the capital  stock, amounting to. forty cents.a  share, being paid out of its surplus  earnings, and the first dividend  paid* by the company. At the  time this, dividend was declared  we could not'foresee the financial  crisis which overcame the entire  country^ and the unprecedented  decline in the price of copper,  which by the month of October,  1907, had fallen-to about half the  price at which it was selling when  tbe dividend was declared.  THE B0ARDOF TRADE.I/ROSSLANDALSO  TALKS TUNNEL  The annual meetitfg of the  Board of Trade on Saturday evening last elected the following officers : President, E. G. Warren;  Vice-Pres., J. A. Russell; Sec-  Treas. (Hon.), F. W. McLaine;  Council, H. Bunting, J. T. Beat-  tie, T.M. Gulley, R. C. G. White.  As Greenwood is faciug a new  $396,534.30, but owing to the cir-'l  cumstances enumerated above, the[afld important development of her  bulk of our production was secured resources, thfe'nieeting was partly  m the latter part of the year, on L e H      v  ft market, the.rapidity of the fall  of which.has' been unprecedented.  These earnings have been reduced  by approximately 8304,400, leaving the actual net earnings as  shown by the report of the treasurer hereto attached. This, how-  evet\jt miiRfc.be remembered, ie  taking"into ac'count^ all development, the cost of winch has been  charged iiito operation, and which  amounted to $li4,898;4l.  P moat heartily congratulate our  stockholdera on the yery satisfactory : physical condition of our  properties. We have now been  able to equip our 'mines with sufficient modern -machinery to maintain the maximum .production of  which they are capable, this being  somewhat in excess Of our smelting capacity, the reduction works  also, being completely ^equipped.  We. have mined daring the past  year from our own ;prppert?es 268,-  231 tonSv hut the development has  been so thoroughly pushed that we  have been able to block out much  more ore than we have taken from  the ���mines.: -'. V;'^:'.-;.:' t^'-  ; We ; have^ also purchased aud  paid for during the;|year a new  property���-the IloneStarand Washington���at d cpst of $75,000, which  .shows great prbmise for'the(futurP!.  | O'wingto'Vife' 'yery; low price of  cppper, and the .fexceptiphallv high  cost of operaltion, it-was thought  advisable'to oip8e down the mines  and reduction j^orks last Novena-  berj which, cpurjiei was pursued by  iall other- cbnip>hias in the same  ���territory,'and'; wrprk has hot yet  ^een resumea^ ;���' " During this interim, vigorous and ^successful ef-  ;?c^s^iwejte^^  Teduce the cost of production and  your,president is much pleased to  be able to,inform you that nearly  all of the embarrassing conditions,  which rendered our operations so  difficult to carry out during the  past year, have been removed We  do not fear again any embarrassment irom the lack of railroad cars  and we have assurance' of ample  fuel supply now which will permit  of continuous operation at full capacity, and I confidently look forward to an early resumption of our  operations upon a much more satisfactory earning basis.  In closing, your president^can-  not fail to express to those interested in the company that great  credit is due" to all the officers and  the operating staff of the company  for their faithful, loyal, intelligent  and constant efforts in its behalf.  Yours respectfully,  Colgate Hoyt,  President.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA COPPER CO,, LTD.  BALANCE SHEET AS OP NOVEMBER 30, 1907.  Assets.  Cost of Properties-^-Bobk Value,  Inventories cif Materials iand Supplies, -  Current Assets:  Accounts Receivable, $282,236.51  ��� Cash on hand and in bank, - 56,409.36  Total Inventories and Current-Assets,  Deferred Itehis:  " Prepaid insurance an4 Taxes       - -  3,932,31  , Prepaid Interest,   - - - -   1,742.50  $2,555,881.79  165,927.45  338,645.87  504,573.32  5,674.81  for organization. In line with  this a committee composed of the  President, J. T. Beattie and R.  C G. White were appointed to  exanfine the by-laws ot the association and report at the next  meeting. This committee was  also empowered to select and arrange for a permanent board  room for the organization.  The following resolution adopted bv the Board at its meeting on  the 7th inst was endorsed :  Whereas the existenco has been  proven of many high-grrde veins  to the east of Greenwood, from  which returns of 8800,000 have already been received, and that these  veins can be more profitably worked  l>y a tunnel: which will crosscut  them aY depth : and  Whereas there is strong probability that additional veins, not yet  exposed on the surface, will be cut  by such a tunnel : and  Whereas the several present  operating companies will be greatly  benefitted by operation through a  tunnel giving them concentrated  management and a cheaper system  of mining: and     '  Whereas the Greenwood Board  of Trade has* due regard for the  great benefit which will undoubtedly accrue to the City of Greenwood from the construction of such  a tunnel :;andvv;.  Whereas' ac syndicate^  through.]  Richard   Afmstrong    of   Chicago,  now offers to construct>such a tun-  neL:';_r. ��� ^i'y::^:.:^!'.:^:-^:77,.:,......  \ itjs hereby; resolved that-this  Greenwood Board of Trade heartily  endorse the "proposition laid before  it by Mr. Armstrong,  A proposal from the Canadian  Mining institute to>establish here  a library useful for prospectors,  assayers, mining engineers, etc.,  in the'sectibn, if the Board would  provide' a suitable place for it was  received and filed until the room  was obtained.  It is also proposed to establish  a travelling exhibition cabinet  for mineral samples and it was  decided to obtain estimates for the  cost of such cabinet and every  member of the Board was requested to secure such sample's as be  could.  As practical lv all the measures  that came up at Saturday's meeting will come up again at the  next meeting on the 10th of  March, it is urged that everyone  who. can b.e present. If the Board  of Trade is to take hold and make  a success of the business that,  rightly is in its hands now, it is  necessary that every member take  the trouble to turn out to the  meetings and give the institution  his support.  Scheme May be Taken up to  Connect Rossland and Trail  ---Sutro Tunnel~-Long .  Tunnels a Success  If You Wish  to Buy  nrn ni<\nu  good time keepers and  consequently comfortable watches to carry.  .Then efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables  the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest, agent in any part of the world. They  are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  m\ 'i mi mu iii   hi. ii Mni1 linn   lymiiiiiniiiHMiMiwhmwmmiii ih'uh  A. Loaan &-'Co;  Capital and LiABn,tTiES:  CapitalStock (Authorized; $3,000,000)  issued -   .       -. -  Current Liabilities:  Loan Payable, - -  Accounts Payable,   - -  - Debit Balance, Greenwood Office,  Totai, Capital anii Liabilities, ���  Reserve for Allowanceson Accounts ReceiAable:  Shipments of Copper for 1907  Surplus, :'--.-  $100,000'.00  109,49135  59,3.S3.0S.  $3,066,129.92  $2,515,000.00  1    268,844.40  $2,783,844.40  106,244.21  176,041 31  $3,066,129.92  -      , R, H. Egglesto^, Treasurer:  SURPLUS ACCOUNT Afe OF NOVEMBER 30, 1907.  1906 '  Dec. 1, Balance,   -  1907 '     -  Nor, 30, Expenses on Stock Sales,  Nor. 3Q, Adjustments Account, 1906'  shipments in suspense  Nov. 30, Dividends Paid - - -  Nov. 30, Premium on Stock Sales  Nov. 30, Adjustment Account, "Lone  Star . and   Washington"   Mines  Account 1906,  Nor. 30, Adjustment Account,  1906  ^    shipments,     -  Nor. 30, Income.year ended Nov. 30/07  Nor. 30, Balance -  Dk.  4,126.75  16,650.00  ��  201,200.00  176,041.31  $398,018.06  Cr.  $231,022.40  57,116.15  .958.69  20,765.40  88-,155.42  $398,018.06  COUNTY COURT.  At the County Court held before  Judge Brown on Tuesday and  Wednesday,naturalization papers  were granted to, Joseph A. Prank,  Henry Strauss, Andrew Oscar  Johnson and Nikola Potkoyak.  Of the eleven cases before His  Honour, only two were completed.  Portmann Bros. v. E. & O. Lewis  and Tenaglio. v. Schulli were reserved for argument tomorrow.  The judgments given were :  Birnie r. Luciani, in favor of  plaintiff for $205 and costs.- I. H.  Hallett for plaintiff, and A, C.  Sutton for defendant.  Watson v. Prendergast & Mun-  roe���for plaintiff for S25 and  costs. J. P. McL,epd for plaintiff,  and J, D. Spence for defendant.  CONSECRATION OF ST  JUDE'S CHURCH  St. Jude's Church will be consecrated on Sunday next. The  Et. Rev.'John Hart, D.D..Bishop  of New Westminster, will preach  at both the morning and evening  service, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  After referring very favorably  to the, tunnel project in Greenwood, the Rossland Miner in the  following editorial discusses a  similiar tunnel scheme there and  also has something to say of the  general success of such tunnels  This enterprise recalls the l��ng  tuunel that was projected inthe  early days of Rossland by the late  J. B. McArthur . between Trail  and Rossland, Mr. McArthur at  that time was interested in the  water power at Bonnington Falls  and proposed to turn it into electrical power with which to drive  the machine drills in-making the 1  long bore.  ���The plan is just as practical as'  it was when first projected. Such  a tunnel Would tap the mines at a  depth of from 1800to 2000 feet.  There are two routes which the  tunnel could follow: One could  cut through Lookout mountain  and intersect first the south and  then the north belt, while the other could be run so as to tap the  north belt alone and the south,  belt could:be reached from it by  lateral crosscuts. ' In following  either bf the two courses a large  number of leads would doubtless  be encountered and it is reasonably certain that some of theni  would be'blwd leads:'tlfat ts-leads  which doj not outcrop on the surface, As the tunnel would strike  the ledges at such. a depth they  would be far below the area of  surface disturbance and would'be  strong, well defined and easy to  follow. A great advantage would  be that the ore could be transpor.  ted from' the leads to the smelter  at Trail at a considerably less  cost than at present, as there  would be no grades to overcome'  in the tunnel. Title as to many  mineral claims as possible along  the route would have to be secur-  ed before the work was inaugurated, in order to secure reasonable advantage from the undertaking. The project is one ��� that  promises to yield adarge profit to  whoever will carry it out, and  that it will be taken hold of by  the enterprising before long seems  to be reasonably certain. Some  day, in the not distant futi.re, ii.  is possible the people of Rossland  and Trail will be surprised by the  announcement that a company  has been formed for the purpose  of boring the Rossland-Trail tunnel, just as the people of Phoenix  and Greenwood were by the recent announcement that the two  places were to be connected by a  three-mile bore.  Long tunnels have been common in the history of the United  States. The Sutro tunnel was  one of the first of these long mining tunnels. It was constructed  principally for the purpose of taking the water from the Cotnstock  lode at Virginia city, Nevada. It  was built in tbe middle seventies  of the last century,and was 20,033  feet in length. Adolph Sutro,  who was the builder of the tunnel  laid the foundation for a very  large fortune from the money he  made from this tunnel. Since  then a number of much larger  tunnels have been constructed in  the United States to reach ledges  at depth and to keep mines free  from water, and in nearly every  instance they have proved ^profitable to those who made them.. '  Wire us for Quotations  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B. C., or  ,       Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  or Boston areunequalled  Even our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than t h e y.  Why ? Because our  Eastern connections are  of the very best.  The stock business is  \ a sideline with us con-  ) sequently we can afford  to handle your business  on a very small margin.  Give Us your limit and  1 we 'will 'fill your order at  1 a lower figure if possible  We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily," if desired:  McDERMID &  /McHARDY,  >  NELSON,  RC.  ��. *  | Mining Progress ���  * ���      *  The Sally shipped another car  of ore to the Trail smelter on  Tuesday last. Another car will  be ready to leave about tbe 10th  of,March. That will make three  cars since'January 1st and four  since Mr. Wood started work on  the mine last summer. If there  were proper railroad facilities for  the West Fork, the Sally could  ship regulary and steadily.  On the Tip-Top, where the electric hoist from the Prince Henry was put in operation a month  ago, the ore is improving steadily  in the shaft which is now down  about 95 feet.  CITY COUNCIL  At the meeting of the Council  on Monday night, there were present, Mayor Bunting, Aldermen  Sutherland, Fleming, Meyer,  Mortimer and Wilson.  The estimates from the School  Trustees were received, also communications from R. G. Hargraves, instructor of the Boy'n  Brigade, frcm the Fire Chief, enclosing accounts for two recent  calls, from the Board of Trade  forwarding resolutions, and from  the Union of Canadian Municipalities.  The following accounts were  ordered paid:  Fire   Department... 19.00  Union of Can.Municipalities 10.00  B.C. Times   9.00  A. A. Frechette ...2.50  Greenwood City Waterworks  133.25  Nelson Iron Works Co. ....-39.50  Geo. H. Cropley..- .........35.00  Cameron & McDonald - 5.60  The tunnel question was informally discussed butascouncil��bad  to have from the promoters a request for action and petition, before anything could be ��done the  matter was laid over.  The clerk was instructed to  make representations to the Government through E. R. Nadtju, to  have the Municipal Clauses Act  amended to include the word tunnel, among the enterprises which  a Municipal Council might ussist  financially.  mm  y7&$ks  ait  y^-'7'7?k  ���y>fe$MMa  m mmmmwm  tm  wsmm7  pps   p^!!*-^'rr*^r*wsr  ��iat��to��|ii^^  I    i  BilTiiMnnpufflB^,,,.^, 1^1,..,,, ^   .mv^Kwrjm^mpr.mii'wmwy.  li   p'i  M> �����"JT,����� >l ��� ���' ���  ;!<*'";  THE  BOUEtDARYi CREEK  TIMES  Cr-*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Q=<  C=<  Cr*  Cr*  <S:  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ..Bank of Montreal  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.       Rest $lt;000,i  UNDIVIDED  PMflTB 941Z.6 89.98-  Hon. President:   Lobp St��at����o��i* A*i��MorjT*��YAI., 6.C.pt..*..  President:   Snt GxoMB A. JtaUMpoKfVK.CVIL��? r���  Vice-Pr*��id.mt and Geieral Ma**v��*-:   ������ *��� Cloo����k��- ~  Branches in London, Eag. 1 c^i^&i J��'^.IP-  Bay aad sell SUrn��rBxcl^^rM^���.���^^^C*^.TW**,'*' Gt*��tConv��wel*l��a  Travellers' Credits, aralUble la! any ��*rt}of Uw world, j  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at entreat rate*. ���������������  s- Greenwood Branch,   ,w. .F^.MWHCTflBp WlMlW'  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00O,000. ReserveFund.$5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.,  B. E. WALKER, Preaiaeat. JaLiSX. LAIRD, Ctenaral Mariarer.  BJidway we have lands at about  this elevation   that   have   been  proven for ten yeara past and on  them there are successful bearing  orchards.   The land   is   entirely  sub-irrigated  and bears well   all  the hardiest fruita.    Peaches will  grow on it but it ������,��� is not a peach  country.     Grapes, however,   do  well.   The Kettle   Valley   Irrigated Fruit Lands Co, is '. also  making a success of the   valley  lands.   At   Rock   Creek   again,  good results are   being   acquired  in   fruit  culture.   Don't   forget  that the fruit belt   isn't confined  to California or some distant ely-  sium of langorous days and fragrant nights but is here at our  very doors.  The Board of Trade is entering  on its work with a jfood program  ahead of it. But it must have  the support of everyone interested  in the community; if it is to dp  anything. No halt dozen men  anywhere Can build a town. Get  in and he,lp.  ���ssse  September ..  October .. .  November .  December  Year,..1807-.  Year; 1906....  1,285,220  3,524,074  2,437.633  *802,085  29,423,856  30,375.920  *Fallin'g- off in December reflects  shut-down of all plants.  The lowest thing and the meanest thing in the theatre of discussion is a sneer���or a sneer,called  even a "wonder." If you have  anything texsuspect, speak it put  ���don't sneer.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BAKKDEPARTMEKT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch1 of  the Br.:J:. Accounts may be opened, and deposit* made  or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, MsiflCor   -   -  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I. H. HALLETT  Barristbk, Soucttok,  NoVABY PTBUC  Cable Address:,     ���'Bumii.1'  (Bedford M'MeUl's  Codks < Moreing- ft Neat's  (Leiber's  Qaaaaamaa,  0.O*  BOUHDARV  VALLEY   LOM��  Ne. 38. l.O.O. P.  Meets every  Tuesday aVrealu at ����� la tka  I. B. o. F- Hall.    A cordial lmTl taUaa ta ��  tcuded to all sojonraiaf Wataart.  F.  SPEARING, S. E.MW,  V- o. V. o.  FRED B. HOLMES. Rac. Sac.  cm  Boundary Creek Times  if sued every f rl*��f  BY THB  Boundaij Creek Pitntl^afld PibllsMil  Co., IiBOim,  SUBSCRIPTION! IN ADVANCE.  Pbk Ybak        ���   > ���  SIX MOHTHB ���_.���_._..._.. ill  To Tokbiox CoUBTarae  1 M  Editor  A. D. M&CFABE.A9TS  ^bNiOlj  FRIDAT, FEBRUARY 21 IMS.  A TIMELY APPEAL.  (Toronto Globe).  Surely the Japanese question it  That ii tke situation. Does  not every consideration of patriot-  ionv demand that it should be left  in tbat way? On behalf of the  government of Britian Columbia it  is fair to acknowledge that it is  has to deal with a public opinion  that will listen to reason, and certainly it is reasonable that the  difficulty should be settled In a  way that will effect the desired  purpose withoutbeing offensive to  Japan. In view of nil tke facts,  would it not be an act of good  cittzenship to withdraw the bill  now before the British Columbia  legislature ? It is not difficult to  see that both sides are Inclined to  use it as a pawn in the political  game. What both sides should  do is to leave the Dominion gov-:  ernment te teal with it unharras-  sed. Tke British Columbia representatives in parliament have  set a good examples They have  taken tke course which commends  itself as patriotic. It is the course  which perhaps antagonizes the  racial prejudices of the moment.  Their constituents may endeavor  to punish them for it. If so it  will be as honorable to them as  kis rejection by tke electors of  Edinburgh was honorable to Ma-  caulay. It is perhaps not fair,  however, to credit the people of  British Columbia with intentions  William Jennings Bryan, the  other day, spoke to an audience  of over 2,000 students in Convocation Hall at the University of  Toronto. The theme of Bryan's  address lay in the famous line���  "How prudently most men creep  into nameless graves,' while ��� now  and then some great one forgets  himself into immortality." It is  delightful to hear the old note of  the rejected philosophy of Christianity, sounded full and clear by  a man who is in the thick of  things political, in a land where  all the air is contention tost and  reverberating with repealed and  insistent charges of malicious betrayal of confidence.  the last question that should bej*ttd ��entiments which they  may  not entertain.   At all events,' let  made the subject^ of party controversy. The great bulk of onr  people are agreed upon tke facts.  They want to preserve tke good  feeling tkat exists between tke  two peoples. In the conflict with  Russia every chord ot Canadian  sympathy chimed with Japan.  But the civilization and tke ideals  of the two peoples are separated  and not assimilable. Canadians  are almost to a man, therefore  opposed to a large influx of Japanese immigration. They are  not, however, disposed to go to  the extreme of forbidding it altogether. This is all the less necessary because the Japanese government is voluntaril y set upon  limiting it to proportions that  might be regarded as negligible.  The criticism is made that we  should not need to rely on Japan  for immunity on so vital a matter.  But surely we lose no power over  the situation by trusting to tke  promises and good neighborhood  of the allies of Britain. If these  fail ns we still have left the remedy of giving notice for tbe termination of the treaty���denouncing it, as the phrase is.  it be said once more that tke clear  duty of tke legislature of British  Columbia is to leave the Federal  government to handle the Japanese difficulty unimpeded and unembarrassed.  AT THE CHURCHES  At 8.30 a.m , 11 a.m.   Sunday school,  12  p.m.     All seats free.  PrB9byterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11. a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rtv. M.'D. McKee, Pas-.  tor.^'.' *'"/. v-.  Mbxhodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B. A., will Conduct set vises as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Sunday School at 3.  ANGtiCAN���at. Jude's.    Rev. Joh*  Leech-Porter, B. D., pastor.   Service*  The price of copper continues  to assume tbe character of the  Sphinx. That 200,000 pounds of  copper should have been exausted  long ago, but still quotations,  hover pretty close to 13 cents. At  this figure there are neither high  wages for the miner uor big profits  for, the stockholders. Its about  time for a change.  The report of the Commission  on Irrigation has been presented  to tke British Columbia government. In Professor Carpenter's  section of it, he says : "Undoubtedly nearly all the valleys and  benches at an elevation of less  tkan 2000 feet may be turned into productive land of high value,  particularly if water can be supplied." His estimate of the land  in Southern British Columbia capable of being so developed at present is "several hundred thousand acres,">but he admits that this  question "is larely an economic  one and thus tke limit ckanges  from year to year. Land which  cannot be developed now, under  changed conditions, might justify  development.''  All this is in connection with  land in the arid belt,, lands  re-  A most interesting discussion  of a question vitally affecting the  commercial soundness of tfc,is continent is apamplet. Railway Capitalization, received at the office  of this paper this week. On June  30, 1%��, the date of the latest  statistical report issued by the  Interstate Commerce Commission,  the railways ot the United States  had an aggregate QJength of 218,-  101 miles and a total capitalization of $11,167,105,992 or at the  rate of $51;457 per mile of- line.  An average per mile on European  railways, which have a total  length of 151,918 miles is $123:268  while Great Britain's average is  $261.535. Canadian railways have  a capitalization of a little under  $60;000 per mile. The author  quotes various authorities among  whom is President Hadley, of  Yale,'to sustain his argument  ���that A merican Railways including it is supposed, equipment of  all kinds, could not be reproduced  for an average of $50,000 a mile.  The writer also says that more  than one third of all railway  shares and more than one sixteenth of all railway bonds  brought no return to their owners,  during the most prosperous period  of American history.  By Thomas W. Lawson and by  the ordinary magazineNwriter of  the States, the mind of the public  has been simply saturated with  the idea that all is corruption and  rottenness in the financial system  of their country. The thing is  bearing its results in a profound  lack of confidence in the financial  institutions of the country which  affects not only them against  whom it is directed but indirectly  touches, everyone and reduces the  country's power to recover-from a  period of distress.  If it is true, what is being suffered today is simptyjthe pain that  marks the eradication of the disease. If it is not true, the critics  have inflicted a severe, most culpable, and exceedingly unpatriotic  attack attack on the best-interests  of their country.    "Which is it ?  , The District Ledger of Fernie  wants "to see all the foolish, ill���  erate, anarchistic, and * selfish  motives aad sayings" of the socialist party stopped. Complaining of many who are "abusive of  the present conditions, it says :  'They do not think an<l work  quietlj and properly to attain  their ends. They go blustering  aloud about this man- who has  accumlated wealth and that man  who is owner and controller of  such add such." All we can say  to the Ledger is this, "Morepbw-  er to your elbow.". When, the  Socialist party comes to itself in  this way, eyery good man will be  ready to think afyout and  discuss  ��� i  Socialism. But the editor of the  Ledger will find tbat it is a far  cry from where many of his comrades stand, to this mile post.  The following is one of the  amendments to the Municipal  Glauses Act*which is under discussion in the Provincial House  at the present time. It affects'  the power of the Council to legislate on the wood question :        ^  (104b.) To regulate the mode  of sale and delivery of cordwood,  including cordwood brought into  the city from outside the corporate. Imits, and to require all cordwood sold to be delivered in vehicles with racks so measured and  adjusted as to contain' 'a cord of  wood, and for compelling the delivery by the seller A to the purchaser of a ticket correctly stating the measure supplied, and for  compelling measurement at the  City Market by an official, and  payment of a reasonable fee, and  giving of tickets of measurement,  and for the marking of such cordwood, and for the,keeping of records by such official, and for re;  gulating the mode of loading  cordwood on vehicles; and for  providing penalties for obliterating or defacing tbe mark placed  on cordwood by any official, or  the alteration or destruction of  any ticket.-'and the breach of any  regulation.  !*�������������� ************** >�����������]  ENTITLED TO PARTICULARS  .   One ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion i  One onnoe Compound Salatone;  Four ounces Compound Syrup  Sarsaparilla;  Mix, and take a teaspobnful after  meals and at bedtime, drinking plenty  of water.  The above proscription hat been  found invaluable in tbe treatment of  kidney, bladder and urinary troubles, -  and diseases arising therefrom, such  as rheumatism, sciatica, lame back  and lumbago, and we feel that 'the  public are entitled to particular*  concerning it.  A prominent physioian states that  the excellent results that have been  obtained from the use of the mixture  are due to its direot action upon the  kidneys, assisting them in their work  of filtering all poisonous-waste matter  and cids from the blood and expelling  same in the urine, and at the same  time restoring the kidneys to a healthy  condition.  He further Btates that anyone suffering from afflictions of this nature  will nnd it to be very beneficial, and  suggests that it be given a trial.  Cathouc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  ourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. in.;, vespers and benediction at 7:30 p, m,; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rbv. J. A* B��DARq, O. M. 1.  pastor.  <"Vk5lralV^ase Shlloh's Cure  Oil 111/11 Ofoi the worst cold,  Cure  Cures  Coujpis  and Colds  QUICKLY  '<i  the sharpest cough  ���try it on a guar-  antee of your  mopey back if it  doesn't actually  .CURE" quicker  than: anything'you  ever triea." Safe to  take,���ribthinj* in  it to hurt even a  baby. 34 years of  success commend  Shiloh's Cure���  25c. 50c. SI.    315'  WET 7.  Vou may be able to  \get along without a  WATERPROOF SUIT  , OR SLICKER  But can you afford to?  THESE GARMENTS ARE  GUARANTEED WATERPROOF  LIOHT-COMFORTABLE-DURABLE  LOW   IN   PRICE  SOLD BY AU. RELIABLE DEALERS  Towci) uuo��i CA imno.   TOKOHTO. MB.   .Grirg & .Morhison, Prop.,  The P.icific is thc Headquarters  for Commercial'and Mining Men  Is steam heater!-, electric lighted;  tlie rooms are large and cosy.  fhe Kest Cuisine between  " Winnipeg and the Coast.  ���$�� <%* 4"$* ���$* *$*���$��� ��f�� *%*  Is unesMll*!, u i�� ��yidcac��4 by  its p*pMUrity la all tk�� towms  of the Boaadary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught of .Bottled.  Patronise home industry by insisting on having  'ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  ���THL.1S8  EDITORIAL NOTES  If everyone will only get in and  boost everything thats going to  help Greenwood, the future of  this city is hardly ^ imaginable.  Makiag a town is  like   making  everything else of any importance,  tjmrinf trtifidal iyrigatioa.   At it aeeda  unflagging enthusiasm?  The following are the shipments of copper from Canada to  the United States for 1907:  January '....     2,410,115  February.......  467,776  March-. ~.     2,818,482  April .......��� -.    3,856,742  May '.     2,496,964  June     1,277,527  July     3,361,573  August -    4,185,560  House, eign and all exterior anti  and interior painting and decor?  ating promptly done.  Wall Papering  Und KaUominififl  Send in yonr spring order*.  Geo.BXbompsoti  Box 255, Qraaaxraac.  Shop Government street.  LN0^��R  ; . ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.     '  Finest furnished House in the Bittary  Steam Heated.: .Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar;.    Strictly up4o-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  ****mP**ama^^0m%���*��-�����^��^i *  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,    -  Eta  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  | PHONE 65.   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We Can Save You Money |  ��>.  . Ladie��' Calling Cards.Hol-  land Iyinen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  "1  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  1  Received Highest Award   v.  Dominion Exhibition 1906 r���i ,  f ��  ���ft* *,  J��J  **.  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  *  ikv  :^<.  THE  GRIP  '.s or any other ailment need  not trouble you if you main  tain your vigor by sound;,  wholesome food. ���  "Boyril"; is a pure preparation of Beef. Is is a  strengthening and stiniu-  - lilting food, and an occasional cup of Boyril will  enable you to get the best  out'of your ordinary diet.  BoVrilLfd.> J27 S. Peter St  Montreal.  D. M. Perley, formerly Methodist minister at Moyie and Phoenix has been chosen by the Meth-  dist church to go to China next  year. Perley is at present studying at Glasgow, Scotland.  If You Bead This  It win be to learn that the leading medical -writers and teachers of all the several  schools of practice recommend, In the  strongest terms possible, each and every  Ingredient entering into the composition  of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  for the cure of weak- stomach,-dyspepsia,  catarrh of stomach, " liver complaint,"  torpid liver, or .biliousness, chronic bowel  affections, and all catarrhal diseases of  whatever region, name or nature. It is  also a specific remedy for all such chronic  or long standing cases of catarrhal affections and their resultants, as bronchial,.  throat and lung disease (except consump'  riled with severe coughs. Ii  Provincial Items  Last Friday's pay-roll in Fernie  amounted to $185,236.25.  j. u��� ivuoslauu auvuoji  refused to play in Grand Forks.  On the E. & N. railway, the  promise is that nothing but white  labor will be employed in future.  s The Union of Canadian Municipalities holds its annual convention in July at Medicine Hat,  Alberta, ���   "   ���  The Dominion Government has  purchased three lots just across  from the'Herald office for the  new Federal Building, in -.Cranbrook.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  is being sued by the city of Grand,  Forks for $1,200 damages to the  First street bridge in that city.  mately $50,000 was distributed in  wages there. Probably $30,000  more was paid out in Grand  Forks on the same day. January  was a 31-day mouth, and a larpre  number of men were employed for  the entire month.  ' It wilt be a few weeks yet before the electric trolley at the  Granby company's Curlew opening is completely installed* and  ready for use.  J. K. Dunlop takes the place of  A. E.McAulay, customs officer at  Carson,'who has been granted  three months leave of absence  on account of ill-health.  'tion) accpmpanli  is not 86 good for acute colds and coughs,  "    lingering, or chronic cases ft is  It contains Black Cherrybark,  but for lingering, or  LCii  chronic cases  icaclous in producing per-  cspectailyy e:  feet cures. I .        .  Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone root  "Mandrake root and Queen's root-rail of  which are highly praised as remedies for  all the above mentioned affections by such  eminent medical writers and teachers as  Prof.. Bartholovv, ofytfefferson* Med. College; Prof. HareJoT the. Univ. of Pa.;  Prof. Flnley^fiHfrigwood, M. D,, of Bennett Med. Cpllege, Chicago; Prof. J-sSxa  King, M. DC, of Cincinnati; Prof. John  M. Scuddei/Trf. D., of Cincinnati; Prof.'  Edwin JOHare. M. D., of Hahnemann  Med. Cfmeafi, Chicago, and scores of  otherVfjMrally; eminent in their several  schqfil&w practice. -       \   ;  fiiftn Medical Discovery * Is; tA��  OGfBiHlQEftEIliBESi  i * Oofi  more   urnosfts. tnat na*.any  i'ndnrsfimpnt-wftp1-  niiv nnmhpr-nf npHnftj  sat  m  m  ���;-. .-.   openpublicity- or its formula.  Is ihe best possible guaranty of its merits.  A glance at tiais published formula will  show that "Golden Musical- Discovery ��..  bit-  contains no poisonous,'harmful or hab!  I forming drugs and.no alcoholT^-chemical  anre, triple-refined glycerine being usi  Glycerine is, entirely unobjectionable and besides is a most useful agent  in the cure of all stomach as well as bronchial, throat and lung affections. There  Is tiie highest medical authority for its  use In all such cases. The "Discovery" is  & concentrated glyceric extract of native,  medicinal roots and is safe and reliable.  A booklet of extracts from eminent,  nvrifraQ authorities, endorsing its ingredients mailed free on request Address  fie. E. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  Ten men have been employed  by the government in, changing  the wagon road near Boundary  Falls, so as to eliminate a number  of the dangerous railway cross-.  tags.  Two Japs, unable to understand  a word of English, wefe arrestejA  oh Saturday last and jailed at  New Westminster. The case  came tip on Tuesday before Magistrate Pittendrigh.  - The Natal Act has been passed  by the Provincial parliament and  yet that act, promoted by the  Hon. Mr. Bowser has been _ a political fraud from start to finish.  Mr. Bowser is one of the shrewdest politicians in British Columbia and he never makes a play in  parliament except for political  advantage. He knows as well as  the people of British Columbia  know that this act will not be endorsed by the Dominion and that  is the reason that he has pushed  the matter through the house.  There are Imperial reasons why  this act will not be endorsed by  the Dominion parliament, and n'o  one understands those reasons  better than Mr. Bowser, but he  has taken this act and forces it  through parliament for the purpose of making political capital  for the party's use. The people  of British Columbia know Mr.  Bowser pretty well and know also that he is a politician first, and  a statesman afterwards, and therefore are able to size him np in the  proper manner���Cranbrook Herald.;   .  FATHER'S ECZEMA  AFFECTED CHILDREN  in  Four girl babies arrived  Phoenix on Monday and Tuesday  of last week. Such numerous arrivals along with a regular payday, ought to make Phoenix a lively village. "*.'.'-  A week last Monday was the  monthly pay-day at the Granby  mines for January when approxi-  vMr; .Chas. Noble, of 375 Colonial  Avenue, Montreol, the assistant chief  operator of the G N.W5;. Telegraph Co.,  and several of his family have been  cured pf eczema by 2am-Buk,the great  harbal balm. He states the fact as folklaws: "The disease started in the back  of my hands in the form of small sores,  and eruptions. These were very irritating' and when rubbed and scratched  turned.into very painful sor is. I tried  waters, lotions and salves, put the disease continued to spread so I consulted  a dactor. He treated me fora time,  but Still the disease spiead and I got ao  relies. Then to my alarm the eczema  spread to several of thc children. The  pain and irritation in all our cases was  very great, and.we were very much  disheartened as all we tried proved unavailing-. Zam-Buk was recommended  and I obtained a supply. I tried it first  For Business Men:  Letterheads,  Envelopes, e  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt- Forms,  K    -       Business Cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent card's,  For Sale cards,  Blotters, Etc.  *  ' Society Printing:  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs',  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  ,  Private Calling Cards,  Lodge Printing, ;  church Printing,     ���  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper:   %  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  VVe have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Ferms,  Time Cards,  Mining Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  %  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster  printing in Southern  British Columbia.  ��� Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  on a small patch'of the eczema, and  this showed so much improvement that  I was convinced Zam-Buk would do  good if persevered with, and therefore  obtained a supply.   Each application  grreaily relieved 4he itching-, pain and  soreness,and it was not long- before the  eruptions and sores dried up and disappeared. In a few weeks from com >  menciog with Zam-Buk every apst was  removed.",  "The children who had also taken  thia disease were treated in the same  way and have each been cured. Unlike  all other preparations used, Zam-Buk  seemed to search tothe roots of tbe evil  and it was really surprising, how quickly the sores, were healed. In my case  and thatof my children the cure was  most effectual and permanent as it is  now some months since we were cured,  and there has been no sign of any eruptions or ssres returning."  Of all druggists and stores, Fifty cents  a box, or post paid fromZam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, No home should be without  Zam-BuV.  THE 0UTLAND TRAIL.  Tired.am I of cark and care,.  Of drudge and dole,of bull and boast;  Upon the outland trail I fare,   ���  God speed me comrade���drink the  ,    toast.  Bunch-grass and canyon,ridge and ford  For terrace trim and gala greens,  Though one sweet dream  at heart be  stored  You know   what   outland  .means: '���   -  summons  The piuto hoofs to time a tune  Round festive herds fain to stampede  Beneath a drunken midnight moon,  Drifting where blackened storm-clouds  breed ;  A free blood-strain, a heritage  Of manliness the vastness grants,  A depth,of heart no creed can guage,  A thraldom loved,which honor haunts  Bright seen ted. shrines of self may burn  With lure of -gold or pomp or post,  But to the outlandlrail 1 turn,  - God speed me',' comrade���drink the  toast I    .���"'?*.  ���S A. Whixb  THE  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. IS, 1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering ihe  history, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology. Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and ^ necessary to moat men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  . It gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor. ���"'������-������',  Its lists and describes. 4626 Copper  Mtnes and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.'  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  he the  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal.  .. The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English. ^  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, add may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  �� ���  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,"  Michigan.  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  GRANITE   MOUNTAIN and IRON   KING  MINERAL CLAIMS,- 6ituate in tbe Greenwood  Mining-  Division of Yale   District.  ���   Where located:    On Eholt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. CM. Shaw.agenl for  James Sullivan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  "B6721 and Jerry Drlscoll.Free Miner's Certifi-  cateNo. B6720, intend, sixty days from thedate  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements for. tue purpose of  obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim,  And farther take notice that action, undo  section 37. mnst he commenced ,before the i r  suanceof snch Certificate of Improvements,   k-  Daled this 8th day of November, A. D. 1907. ���  C. ��.^HAW,  B.C-L-S.  District  TAKE' NOTICE that: I Frederick ."David.  Long-, of Park Rapids,- Minn., occupation  bookkeeper, intend to apply for, permission to  purchase "the followiug-descrlbed-Jaad:^;  Commencing- at "a post planted at the Sonth  East cornerof Purchase Record No..264fl,thence  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thenca'  south 80 chains; thence.west 80 chains to point  of commencement, and containing- 640 acres,  more or'Iess. '  FREDERICK DAYID LONG.  I'er.HENRY STRAUSS, Ayent.  Sated the iSth day of November, 1*07,  far those who could not getaway  daring the busy Heliday Seaaon  we recommend  Jllto.  Thia Far-famed Sanitarium with  its Sulphur Springs and Unsurpassed -accommodation is JUST  THE PLACE to build and ret  a FRESH START,  7 Rates $2.50 pw Dav and tip  This Company operates Through  Standard Sleeping; Cars. Dining  Cars and First Class Tourist  Sleepers.  For Rates, Reservations and any  information desired.  Call en or write,  Application No. 12535a.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to register Harconrt P. Dickinson astheownerin'FeeSimple.utideraTaxSale  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of the City of Greenwood, to  ���arcourtP. Dickinson,beariiiL'drite tK�� 7th day  of December.A.D. 1907, of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises  situate, lying-and beint; in tlie City of Greenwood, In the Provinceof British Columbla.more  particularly known and described as���the North  36 feet of Lot Five fS), Block Eleven (11), Map  Twenty-One (21), City of Greenwood.  Yon and each of you are required to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-tire  days front the'date of the first insertion of th��s  notice, and in defanltof a caveat or certificate  of lis pendent being-filed���and in default of re  demptlon���within snch period, you will be for  ever estopped and debarred from setti ng- up any  claim te or in respect of thc said land, and I  shall register Harconrt P. Dickinson as owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British��� Colombia, this Sixth  day of January, A.D; 1908.  W. H. EDMONDS,  Pistrict Registrar  ToI.4URAA.WAEB' 7t  LAND NOTICE  OsoyoosLand District; District of Yale  rr\AKE NOTICE that we A J. Hnghes and  -*- Sam McOrmond, of Eholt, ,B.C, occupation Carpenter and Store Keeper,' intend to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���  Commencing-at a post planted 40 chains in a  southerly direction from aC P.R. Survey Part  marked N.E.' Corner. Lot 2701, thence sonth 40  chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 40  chains, thence east 80 chains to place/ of com  inencement, 320 acres more or lea*  A.j.HDGHES,  SAM McORMOllD.  Dated October lfctlt, 1907.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen Longr, of Park  .Kapids,   Minn., occupation   Housekeeper,  intends toapply   for   permission   to purchase  tlie following described lands:  Commencing at  a post planted at the South East corner of Application to  Purchase Record No. 264S being  Surrey Lot No. 7d3S;  thence east 80 chains ;  tl.eucc south M'cbalns;   thence west 80 chains;  tliencc north 00 chains to point of commencement,'and containing 480 acres, more or less.  ELLEN-LONG,  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated December 9th, 1907.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameeo  Land District  of Yale.  District  J. MOE,  D.P.A. Nalsaa  a. ��.  X. J. COYLE,  A.O.P.A.Taac��arer  AftBKT  HBDPATH,  ���KBKNWOOD,  I  oooaaomooaBooomattimapmmacm  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has been  made to register James Henry Higgins as  the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of City of Greenwood, to James  Henry Higgins,bearing date the Twentieth day  of December, A.D. 1907, of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises sitnate, lying and fteltig in the City of Greenwood,  in the ProTince of British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lot twenty-  three (23), Block J, Map46, City of Greenwood,  B.C.-  Yon and each of you are required to contest  tbe claim of the tax purchaser within forty-  five days from thedateof the first insertion of  this notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed���and in default  of redemption���within such period, you will be  forever estopped and debarred from setting up  any claim to or in resp -:t of the said land, and  I shall register Jame* b :nry Higgins as owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British Colnmhia, this Thirty-first  day of December, A. D.. 1907.  W. H. EDMONDS, District Registrar.  | To Edwahd Nash, Esq., and  Wiaham H. ASBUtTH,  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that I Henry : Strauss of  Midway, B.C., by occupation Farmer.  intend toapply for pit-mission to purchase the  following described land: Commencing at a  pott planted at tbe North West comer of H.  Strauss Pre-emption Lot No. 787 S, tlience n��r;h  80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence south  80 chains; thence-west 80 chains to point of  commencement, and containing WO acres, more  or less.  HENRY STRAUSS,  Dated February 3rd, 1908.  T \KE NOTICE that AVilllara Edward Mc  Arthur oi Greenwood, British Colombia,  by occupation Lumberman, Intends to app'j  for a special timber licence ever the following  de-cribed lands: Commencing at a post planted  at about five chains distant in au easterly  direction from the northwest corner of A.  IM.sher's pre-emption, Lot 1098; tbence east  about 3-j chains; thence sonth 40 chains to G  Eustace's northwest corner; thence east 35.  chains; .thence nonh 40 chains to Lontier's  southwest corner; thence north 40 chains;  tbence east 10 cha ns; thence north 40 chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence sontli 80 chains  to the place of beginning and containing 640  acres, more or less.  Located the 17tli day of December, 1907.  William Edward McArthttk.  Dated 27tb December, 1907. ia3-6t  Synopsis of Canadian Homestwd Rego  IatiMS,  A NT aTallabls Dominion Lands within the  -"���Railway Belt ia British Columbia, may be  Bomssteaded by any parson who It tits sole  lisad ol a, (amity, or any mala over U yean of  ags, tc lbs extent of one-qoartsr section of 160  acres more or leas.  Knt-y must *e made personally at the local  land c ffice for tke district In which the land is  situ .e. Entry by proxy may, acwever, be  ma' e on certain conditions by the father,  further, soa, daughter, brother or sister of an  Intending homesteader.  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith undsr one of  the following plans:  (1) At least six mouths' resldsnca npon and  cultivation of the land la each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides npon a  farm in tha vicinity of tha land entered for.the  req.slrsments as to residence may be satisfied  by snch person residing with the father or  mother.  [3J If tha settler has his permanent residence  npon <������ olng Und owned by htm in the vicinity if hie homestead, the requirements as to  residence may fee eat laded by residence upon  tbe said land.  Six months' notice in writing should fce given  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 per acre. Not more than 2*5*0  acres shall be leased to one individual or  company. A royalty at the rate of Are cent  per ton shall be collected oa the merchantable  coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the  Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Uuauthortied publication of this ad  vertlsement will not be paid for.  Form of Hotfce.  For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sewing Machines, Organs, Etc. A,  L. White, The 2nd Hand Mac.  Phone 16.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  -  TAKE NOTICE tlia'. C. C. Rlnxles, of Nelson. Province of Britisli Coaambia, by  occupation Accountant, -intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described  land:���  C omrueocinjr at a post planted at the North  na .t corner of Gorman Weal's Lot So. 2847, on  the West Fork of tha Main Kettle River, thence  south 4��) chain.; tnence East 40 chains; thence  north 40 chains ; theme west 40 chains to point  <>i commencement, aud containing IOj acres  nu.feoJ less,  j Dated    Kovember 2>)th, Wfi.  \ C. C. RlIODKS.'  rer Joseph H.Lb&sia, Agent  Similkameen Land District.  District  .     ofYile  TAKE NOTICE that Joseph H. Leasia of  the District of Vale, Province of British  Coltrmbia,by occupation timber cruiser, intends  to apply for permission to purchase thetollowing  described land: Commencing at apost marked  J. H. Leasia's S.E. Corner Pctft situated at the  North East cornerof J.H, Feeney's application  Lot 612; thence north 20 chains; theace west  20 chains; theace south Zfi chains; thence eai>  20 chains, to place of commencement, and containing 40 acres, more or leas.   '  Joseph B. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd. 1907.  iii  '      ���   '    '   1  ,   -f  '/il  "'Hy*  Similkameea Land District.  District I  of Y*l�� \  TAKE NOTICE that Anna Wilsjn. of Park %  Kapids, Minn., occupation  Housekeeper, j  intends to   apply for permission to purchase |  the following described lands:  Commencing .  at apost planted at the North East corner of ,  VV. Hager's Pre-emption Record No. 115S, being  Survey Lot No. 7J9S ; tbence East 80 chains ; '  thence sonth 60 ch?'--; thence West 80 chains;  whence north 60 chains, to point of commeuee-  ment containing 480 acres, moreorlew.  ANNA WMJN.      {  Per Henry tjgS&si, Agen  Bated Decemb*; Uth, WJ, I  i  n  i s^^fei>|?-^ffiJv!J^w.y^^^  WWSSWIP'W?  THR  BOUNDARY  CREEK   TIMES  Sfr".  4  ���k  4  ���easonable Goods  is  We carry a full line of Cooking,  Heating, and Ranges from the best  makers. :        :        :        :        :  Groceries  Our  Grocery Department is complete and we can outfit tlie smallest  " house to the largest camp,     s       s  CENTS' FURNISHINGS  We cany none but the best in Men's  and Boy's Clothing���In fact we are  THE OUTFITTERS in this line.  i mmm  I  m  i  I  I  l  COMPANY,   LTD.  HARDWARE CLOTHING GROCERIES  Always Ask for  i  Greenwood Liquor go.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  &Jfi&��jtjtdtJtjtjtijtj/tjtJlJtJ*&&j*jltjSjtJtJt&JtJt��&jtJtjtltJt  I First Car Out of the Tunnel  %  2 Phone 16 FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN ��  Bound for OJ.C, Store  5 For Special Bargains in Art Squares.Lhv  2 oleums.House Furnishings of every kind,  3 A. L. WHITE  IK>OOOOOOXX5<)000<X)<>0<KX>00<M>00<K>0<><X><XXM>0<>0<>0<HX>0<>00��  ' CRITERION RANGES  % These are they that ye judge by.  % We can sell them cheaply.  A full  line���Ready for your  inspection.  00000000<>000<>00<>000<K>0<K>0000<K>0<X><><K>0000^^  Get your Job Printing done at the Times'  Offices/   Prices Moderate,  <^  TOWN 10<PIC*  1-  J  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be  absent from Greenwood for some  months.  Remember the hockey match  tonig-ht. See the seniors wallop  Grand Forks.  County Court resumes its sessions here on Saturday (tomorrow). Yesterday Judge . Brown  was holding court in Grand Forks  The sermon in the Methodist  church on Sunday evening is from  the text���"Inasmuch as ye have  done it unto the least of these."  The council deliberated on  Monday night amid subdued  strains from a ten-piece orchestra.  Needless to say harmony prevailed.  X  Smith & Mc33wen,of Anaconda  have secured the agency for the  celebrated Deckajulie tea,former-  ly handled by Anderson Bros.  Monday, the 4th of May, at 10  o'clock is the time set for receiving applicatiehs for insertion of  your name on the voter's list, if  it is not there. Court of Revision  will be held in the Court house.  Grand Forks and Greenwood  Seniors meet tonight on the rink  in the return game of the series.  In the first game, at Grand Forks,  the local team w'ere successful in  making the score 6-4 in their favor. There will be a fair field and  no favors with clean hockey tonight.  Richard Armstrong left on Saturday for Chicago, to finish negotiations for the control of some  extensive, prospects held along  the proposed route of the tunnel.  From there Mr. Armstrong will  go with Dr. S. Peacock to make  an examination pf tunnels similiar  to the one contemplated here, in  Colorado. Among others, he will  visit the famous Newhouse tunnel.  At the leap year ball, to be given by the Orchestra on Friday  next, the ladies will not- be expected to ask for partners. The dance  will be conducted on the ordinary  lines, gentlemen asking for their  own partners. As some misunderstanding has arisen over this  point, it is hoped that everyone  interested will assist in giving  thfs fact due publicity.  The Valentine social held by  the Methodist Ladies' Aid at the  residence of Mrs. (Judge) Brown  last Friday evening was a. very  successful affair. The evening  was spent pleasantly in a bean  contest, archerv.and several musical selections during the evening  enlivened the proceedings. The  home-made candy was a credit to  the makers.  On the departure of Mr. Pat  Hickey for his mining properties  nearPort Arthur,his many friends  entertained him to a turkey dinner at the Hotel Ladysmith. The  turkey flew and wine flowed freely, and it was away on in the  small hours before the party  broke up, all of the same opinion  in wishing him the best of luck  tbat the new district has in store.  Mr. Ola Lofstad was in his best  of humor and spoke feelingly of  the many adventures in which he  and Mr. Hickey were interested.  Among those in attendance were  A. S. Black, John Meyers, Oscar  Johnson, M Chapex, and many  other of his friends.  Although the Anaconda News  has ceased publication, the New's  Weather Bureau worked on until  the end of January. The report  for the month is as follows :  The month of January, 1908, averaged almost 20 degrees warmer  than January, 1907, although  slightly colder than January, 1900  The figure's were as follows: January, 1906, maximum 17.81 degrees ; minimum 7.10 degrees .below zero; mean for month 5.31.  January, 1908, maximum average  33.92; minimum 15.17; mean  temperature 24.31. However,the'  first week in February of this  year averaged 5 93 degrees below  the corresponding week of 1907.  FOR SALE���Furniture for 4  rooms, Dinin groom, Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen. All new.  Suitable terms to right party.  Apply M., Times' Office.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings    i  Rev. F. J.Rutherford is moving  into the house vacated by F.Sper-  ing���next the Methodist church.  The ..Custom's office is getting  a safe weighing 4000 pounds, in  which to protect from fire and  fiend, the records and treasures of  His Majesty's Department of Customs. The safe arrived at the  station this week.  Deckajulie tea is fast becoming  the leader in first-class teas.  TherS is only one quality and its  always the same. For sale by  Smitn & McEwen, Anaconda.  The'Orchestra Ball is next Friday night. As it will undoubtedly be the event of the season,  if needs little commendation..  Everything possible to be done,  to make the affair pleasant has  been done by the boys. They  deserve and will get the support  of the town. .,  The funeral of Charles Eugels,  whose death occurred at the Sister's Hospital on Tuesday night  took place from the Church of  the Sacred Heart yesterday afternoon. Deceased had been ill for  about two weeks with a severe  attack of phuemonia. He had  worked and at'the time of his  taking ill, was "working in the  Ironsides mine at Phoenix. The  family of the deceased surviving,  are his wife and one girl about  ,seven years of age. They have  lived on a small ranch outside  Phoenix.  Interment took pi ace in the cemetery here folio wing Mass by Rev.  Father Bedard* The funeral was  attended by a number of his cotn-  -rades from the mine.  The Coroher's jury today found  that Mary Esteade whose death  occurred yesterday afternoon  came to her death by poisoning  from carbolic acid administered  with her own hand, Deceased  was a Cuban, 26 years of age;  Apparently the woman was' despondent and did the thing deliberately. She liyedjfor about aa  hour after taking the death-dealr  ing medicine' Dr. Spankie, who  was called by the others in the  house, was there about half an  before death came, but all efforts  to save her life were in vain.  has been spent ou the staff of The  Times. When he's good, Peck  has manv friends in the towd.  Duncan Mcintosh left yesterday  afternoon for Palmer Mountuin  to examine the appliances used  there and generally to inspect  the tunnel.  F. Spearing and Mrs. Spearing-  left on Thursday to take up-their  home in Vanconuer where Frank  has taken a position with the  Fit-Reform people. They advertised in The Times and sold their  house and furniture at their own  fieure. The house was purchased  by W. Elson and will be occupied  by the Methodist minister.  ^���i im .i i mu i niWmimrii i.ri��M���W  CONCEPT AT MIDWAY  Purely Personal j  The Valentine Eve's concert at  Midway proved a very   enjoyable!  event.    It was well attended and  a varied program   rendered   was  much appreciated.  The instrumental solo of Miss  Olga HirschcU was well rendered  and received hearty applause  from the audience. The duet by  the Misses .Salter and' Melville  was very sweet and was highly  applauded. The Misses^Kerr sang  two duets, one of which, ''Hunt-  ingtower," showed-that. Scotch  blood, no matter how far from  the old land suffers no degeneration. As'a..character piece it was  splendidly done . Mrs. Murray  deserves great credit for the efficiency; which under her training,  her pupils have reached. Mrs,  Murray and' Miss Effie Ross both  added to the delight of the audience by their highly artistic exhibitions. After the close all departed to their homes well satisfied with an enjoyable evening.  John H. East.of Midway, spent  a few days in Greenwood this  week, returning home on Wednesday.'  John R. Jackson, returned on  Sunday from Victoria, where he  has purchased instead of building  a house, i  Supt. Coleman, of the C.P.R.,  this division, went through to  Midway on Wednesday returning  on Thursday morning.  F. Rising, accountant for the  Hunter-Kendrick Cb.bas resigned  and will leave for Vancouver  about April 1st.  Judge Hallet returned yesterday from Halcyon Springs, where  he succeeded in ridding himself  of bis severe cold.  Mrs. White" and Miss Mabel  Broughton, of Grand Forks, sisters of Mrs. A. Sater,spent a few  days visiting Mrs.Saterlast week  returning to Grand Forks on  Monday.  Rev. M. D. McKee has beeu attending the-meeting of the Presbytery of East and West Kootenay in Nelson since Monday. The  spring meeting .of the Presbytery  is the busy one and takes usually  an entire week.   .  Manager Thomas, of the Dominion Copper Co. went over to  Grand Forks on Monday to meet  Mr. Galer, 'of the International  Coal and Coke Co., who was to  meet some of the operators from  the district there.  J. Peck MacSwain, who has  been in Greenwood for the past  three mor ths left on* Wednesday's  train for Midway, Anarchist  mountain and Keremeos. Peck  is one of the most widely known  printers in British Columbia and  not only knows how to set a stick  of type as well a3 any, but can  turn a phrase with the first humorists of the country. About half  his time in Greenwood this winter  AMONG THE CURLERS.  to  1   Following is result of play  date for Warren cup :  .......18  Frith........:..  ..10  Bishop...   ..12  Birnie   .11  Bishop...  ..: 15  Beattie.  . 5  Bishop..    7  McCreath. .  . 6  Bishop...  :..... 14  Johnson .......  . 9  Beattie..  .......16  Warren.........  . 6   ..16  .......16  .6  Birnie'.  MeCreath......  Birnie ...  .-... 15  McDonald,..,..  .18  Dill......  .......14  Johnson.'../.'....  . 9  Dill......  .......13  Birnie.; J..   :  5  Dill.   .......15  McCutcheon ...  . 7  Dill...;:   12  Beattie   . 8  Dill.....   16  Warren   .11  Dill   ......12  McMynn.... .'���..  . 8  Dill.....  ....... 8  -McCutcheon...  .7  .4  Johnson.   15  Johnson.   10  ���Beattiei...;...:  . 7  Johnson.   15  Birnie.....,...'.  .14  Johnson.  ........12  Warren .......  .'5-  Johnson.  ... ....10  McCreath .....  .9  Frith....   18  Dill   .8  Frith. ...   12  Birnie..,.."....  JO  Frith....   12  Beattie   . 6  Frith....   15  Johnson....   . 7  Frith....  , 12  Warren...   4  Eritb... 18  Frith   ...18  McCreath. 16  McCreath 15  McCreath....... 18  McCreath........ 14  McCreath 12  McCreath 12  McCutcheon  McCuicheon  McCutcheon  McCutcheon  McDonald..  McDonald..  McDonald.,.  McDonald...  McDonald ..  McDonard...  McMynn   McMynn........ 11  McMynn 14  McMynn 18  McMynn 12  McMynn 15  McMynn 14  Warren 15  Warren   7  Warren 18  Wai ren! 14  ...15  ..18  ...12  ...15  ..11  ...11  ...11  ...11  ...12  ...11  ... 9  McMynn 14  McCutcheon 7  Dill... 12  Frith .11  Beattie .: 4  McCutcheon -8  McDonald...... 10  McMy.nn  8  McDonald... 5  Birnie ....13  Bishc-p. ..11  Beattie 8  Warren .10  ....10  . 6  . 6  11  ."8  . 8  Johnson  Dill;....  Beattie .  Frith...  Bishop..  Bishop..  McDonald...... 6  Beattie......... 5  Johni-on~...'. 8  Birnie .../.' 11  McCutcheon.... 10  Warren 13  Bishop ... 5  Birnje. ......... 6  McCreath  6  McCutcheon 12  ST&NDING OF RINKS.  won. i,osr.  Frith   Dill   McMynn t '..  McCreath   McDonald   Bishop      .5  Johnson      5  Warren       4  McCutcheon      4  Birnie......      3  Beattie..: :     1  Tn the finals"Dill won the  Frith . defeated McMynn- 12  and Dill 12 to 10, thus  the cup. Following are  ning rinks and score :  Buntinar ' Somers  Fair Gulley  Coles Logan  Frith���skip.,.... 12   Dill���ship. 10  ROSS   COMPETITION.  Somers 19   Spankie  5  9 8  7 3  7 3  6 4  6 4  5  5  6   '  6  7  9  bye.  to 7,  winning  the win-  BarriRgtofiffoll  Tfees&SlCoi^ee  Sells at 50 cents per pound,  but as a pound will make  from 15 to 20 more cups of  pure lull strength coffee jf  ground the old way, it is  economical.  It takes more than a pound of coffee-berries to  make a ponnd of Barrington Hall,a�� several ounces  of chaff and dust are removed by a special process.  The chaff contains the injurious element and its  removal leaves only the best part of * the coffee,  vyhich you can drink and enjoy without fear of, ill  effects.      ;  ilU  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., LTDj  To Rent  Cottage,   4   rooms,   close   in.  "    ,4 rooms, near hospital  '''        4 rooms, near Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms " "  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.  H ip * ir ir 4 if ip ir ir 4* * * * * ir if if ir ir ir 4�� *+it 4.  *  if  if  *  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd, +'  4* OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ��*  ^���fl�� ���$������$��� ��$��� ��$* ���$���.��f�� tf**?* ���$��� ���$��� ���$��� ���$��� fy fy *$��� ���!��� ���}* 4**f��,f,,,J,*Jo*J'4t  I P. fillNS ft. CO., Ltd.I  if  if  if  if  4��  4-  4.  if  if  if  "if  if  if  *  if  .. DEALERS IN ..  Tresb ana Cured meats  Fish and Poultry*  ����*tt����**��������0��B*����^*��*t��ati��f**��Avv*��w*����f��***��i��i*  ��  *  ��  ��� >  *  *  a  *  ��  ��  S Xr  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ..-������'.-���     '���������.; 1  Moole's Cafe  Moved to'the WINDSOR,'HOTEL. Our  New Restaurant is newly appointed throughout. . YouJiave eaten your meals with us before. Try us in our new home. Anything-  you-want, at any time you say. Dverything-  of the best.  HOWARD MOORE, Proprietor,  February 21, '08  BOUNDARY^-ORE TONNAGE  The followiug table prlves tlie ore shipments oi Boundary mines for 1909, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 190S, 1906 and 1907. as reported to tbe Greenwood Tlm��s���  Mink. 1900        1901        1902       MM        1904        1905       1906        1907  Granby Mines  64,533   231,762   309,858   391,71-8   5��,703   653,889   801,404   613,537.  Lamont 13  Davidson 12  Brown 10  Davidson. 13  Somers . 10  Grier...... 17  Somers  15  Thomas; 4  Palmer.........10  Lamont 9  Spence  7  Bunting 5  McCreath;:.!.. .16  Grier........... 7  In the inter-rink curling contest  between Phoenix and Greenwood  for the-Barns' Cap, the latter won  five rinka to three.  297  1,741  B.C. Copper Co....  5i340  99;034  B. C. Mine   1��,494  47,405  Km ma   650  Oro Denaro   Ronnie Belle   _   ���   Dom. Copper Co...  s  Broolilyn-Stem.  Idalio .-.  Rawhide      802  Mountain Rose.  1,200  550  Morrison   R. Bell   t  Senator   Brey Fdfjle   No. 37_   Reliance   Sulphur King   ���Winnipeg   1,076  1,040  2,250  KTing Solomon   875  Big Copper-   No. 7 Mine   665  City of Paris _   2,000  160  350  Riverside,.      Carmi.;   Sally.-.   Rambler   Butcher Boy........     Duncan      Providence   ,. .'�����  Elkhorn   Strathmore..   - ......  Golden Eagle    ...-.-'.-.  \  Prince Henry ...:.  Skylark.   Last Chance.:    ;  E. P. U. Mine      Bay '. .......     Mavis;      20,800     71.212  8,4%   135001  Past  1908   WeeR  123,078   17.147  400    ..,.;.  141,326  14,811  8,530  138.079   174,298   147.576   105,90f  19,365  22,937  15337  37,960  16,400  9,485  3,007  20  32,350     55,731  7,45s     15.731  3,070  3,250  1,759  25,108  3.056  4,747  "1,488  11,804  3,177  140,686  2,960  26,032,  48,390  3,555  150  785,  625  4SJ  2,060  890  219  5,646  3.339  4.586  363  3,450  ���     222  364  33  ' 1,833     "2,435  33  150  ZE  586  208,321  1,��2  18.274  14,481  43,295  12,253  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  ..<?..  .993  "400  167  .726  325 '  30  145  770  150  20  ��� 52  50  300  Don Pedro  ".   Ceescent   Helen   *v*y _-,.   Republic..:   ���   Miscelllaiieous    3,230  80  3,456  325  503  60  750  535  689  255  73  ���30-  40  90  ;80.  20  500  30  106  76  ���      <9  18  1,140  40  140  ""20  .   IS  589  45  90  65  40  700  20  55  60  224  30  Total, tons  95.600.. 390,800   503,876 690,419 829,808 933,5481,161,5371,148,237   123,473 17147  Smelter treatment��� ��������!�����  GranDy-Co...;;... 62.387-230,828   212,340 401,921 596,252 687,988 '828,879   637,626   124,123 20840  B.C. Copper Co        117,611   148,600 162,913 219,484 210,830   123,840   341,9521 '  Dom. Cop. Co,    132,570 30,930 84,059'   218,811 ' 153,439          "���" ""  ToUliednced^. 6239   348,439   460,940   697,404- 837,666   982,8771,172,4031,233,017   124,128   20,8*0-  mm  ���ami  i&&&t)gzmam  saam  rtaurtgri


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