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 Kt*  im  >*���   .& r��s  ���ssKKsaee  H       M IB    1KI      11*9 InlHS. J^   *kHH i   JIM  MllV-Wk  v-i4-  GREENWOOD,   B.C.,   FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. 1910.  ' ��� ''������ ''?fV"v"':":. ' -V  THE LATEST AND BEST  .ECONOMY FRUIT JAR  Wide iSmooth Mouth  No Rubber Rings  i  ^Ail Sizes  SEE   IT  BEFORE  YOU  BUY.  Ruiell-Law-CaulfMdCo.,Ltd.  GROCERlE#t CROCKERY,     HARDWARE,  /GENTS'   FURNISHINGS.  COUNCIL  At a regular meeting of the  City Council, held on Monday  evening, August 1, Acting Mayor  Sutherland and Aldermen Dixon,  McKee, Craig and Sater were  present.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded, by Alderman Sater, tbat  the minutes of the previous meeting be adopted as read:   Carried.  The finance committee reported  the following accounts as correct:  Sing   Lung,   $2.45;   Greig   &  'MAN'S  SUFFRAGE  . ���'.':'.'^/#}.W&W:7MB^7 *'# ^*.$t >���  U.S. CAPITAL  TO CANADA  ' yt  THE NEW  k*&  firewood's ty^Fornitlire Store  And RecofMin Stock at Gulley's.  Drop inland- let us show you the latest '\Fire-  ; .srd��   -ittGflel, with Cygnet horn.  Same prices as  and Vancouver.  la Ever ythifrg in the S^tiiture Line.  I. M. Galley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  $2.45:     Hunter-Ken-  Ir  Iii  �����f;  M&4  |=OR SUMMF5R  Janitol Cream  Pompeian Cream"  Hazeline Snow  Dazeett & RamsdeH's Cream  Milkweed Cream  Malvina Cream  Exora Cream  Kosmeo* Cream  TCH HAZEL CREAM  %  Talcum Powders, Toilet Raters,  Shampoos, Etc.  Thomas Drug andlusic Co.  <a*a  ft*  ���#l  *  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh  Morrison,  drick, 65.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Sater, that  thft report be received and accounts pjiid,  T'esti^et committee reported  satisfactory progress on repairs  to the Southend fridge.  Mr. Warren discussedjirfrh Yfiei  council a^JW the advisability of  installing a pump to take water  from Boundary creek as a tempo-  ; nry arrangement during the dry  '������v^-v.. The council arranged to  ajcc-". bim en the following morning at 9 o'clock and make the nec-  opsary arrangements.  Tue council then discussed the  tjuestion of removing certain unsafe buildings situated in different parts of the town, and Alderman Sater moved, seconded by  Alderman McKee that "It is  hereby resolved tliat the,buildings or portions remaining of the  buildbgB situate in lot 29, block  7, map 21, City of Greenwood, be  deemed a nuisance and dangerous  to the public safety, and it is  ordered that the same be removed  or pulled down by the owner or  agent thereof^within ten days,  and in default of, this order being'  complied with within the period  named, it is ordered that such removal be done by an officer of the  corporation at the cost of such  owner, and that all expenses incidental thereto be enforced  against the owner thereof by  such officer in an action in any  court of competent jurisdiction.  Moved by Alderman Craig, sec:  onded by Alderman Dixon, that  we go into a committee of the  whole to consider Bylaw No. 3.  Carried. '  Committee rose and.reported  Bylaw No. 3 complete with the  amendments.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Dixon, that  Bylaw No. 3 be read a third time.  Carried.  Moved by Alderman McKee,  seconded by Alderman Sater, that  we go into committee to, consider  Bylaw No. 4.    Carried.    ,  Committee reported Bylaw No.  1,4 complete.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by .Alderman^ubn1, that  Bylaw No. 4 be reSHSBfi time.  Carried.    An application   f6^j|j|j|j|wk of  $5,000  for 5 years wSrafroKfed  from   D.   McLaren.  Alderman   Craig,    secori  Alderman Dixon, that $4  loaned I>, McLaren on his  wood ranch, for J> years, at  rate, of 8 per cent per annum, l  terest payable half, yearly.    Car^  ried.  Council then adjourned.  Lord Curzon has drawn up a leaflet for the Men's League, in England, divinK fifteen reasons against the  grant of female suffrage, and this  leaflet is being extensively distributed!  by the league. In brief these reasons  are:  1. Political activity would tend to  take away women from her proper  sphere.  2. It would tend by the divisions  which it would introduce to break up  the harmony of thc home.  3. The grant of votes to women  would pave the way to adult suffrage.  4. Women have not the calmness  of temperament nor the training to  qualify them to exercise a weighty  judgment in political affairs.  5. The vote is not desired by the  large majority of women.  6. The proposed change is not approved by the large majority of  men.  " If the vote were granted it is  proh.ihle that a large number of women would not use them at all.  8. The presence of a large female  factor in the' constituencies returning  a British government to power would  tend to weaken Great Britain in the  estimation of foreign powers.  9. It. would be gravely misunderstood, and would become a source of  weakness in India.  10. Women would demand the  right of becoming members of parliament, cabinet ministers, judges.  11. Women, if placed by the vote  on an absolute equality with man,  would forfeit much of that respect  which has hitherto been her chief protection.  12. The vote is not required for  the removal of hardships from which  women is now known to suffer.-  13. Those persons ought not to  make laws who cci/.o*: >oin in en-  fo.-.iin: "hem i. c. !H*cdme sailors,  sn\l;''TS iv ������'.'l  '."n'f ���  14. Tne intellectual tp.^acipation  is proceeding without the enjoyment  of the political franchise.  15. No precedent. exists for giving  women, as a class, an active share in  the government of a great country or  empire.  OFFICERS INSTALLED  D. D. G. M. Sister J. Murray,  assisted by Grand Lodge officers,  installed the following officers of  Greenwood Rebekah Lodge No.  18, I. O. O. F., last Monday evening:  N. G.,'P. G. Sister D. Thomp.  son; V. G., P. G. Sister A. Fleming; Rec. Sec, Bro. .R. Halcrow;  Fin. Sec, P. G., Bro. Fred. B. j  Holmes; Treasn Bro. J. A.  Jaynes; Warder, P. G. Sister J,  Murray; I. G., P. G. Bro. D. A.  McDonald.  The lodge has a membership of  close ou 50 members and meets in  the I. O, O. F. hall the 2nd and  4th Mondays of the month.  FIRE DEPARTMENT   .  One feature of Canada's great  commercial and financial expansion  during the past few years has been not  only the capital induced to come here  from Great Britain and several of thc  European countries, but also from  the United States.  This is not confined to the American manufacturer who desires to participate in the ever widening Canadian  market and builds a branch of his  factory here,* nor to the farmer from  the westcrn states who brings over his  goods and chattels in addition to a  goodly collection of cash.  There is another factor working  towards directing the flow of capital  this way. The new comer is the  man who regards the political situation in the United States with distrust and is looking for a country  where there is less legislative interference with business.  Among the recent visitors to Montreal was an American who conferred  with and entered into negotiations  with local firms with a view to placing a considerable amount of money  in Canadian securities and properties  on that account. The influx will be  as welcome as thc flowers in May.  In that connection, an article in the  Boston Financial News will be of interest.    It says:  "The root of the trouble with the  stock market and some of the important industries of the country is  declared by one of the leading bankers of the country to be a lack of investment confidence. It is difficult  to analyze exactly the influences that  create public sentiment, but they are  almost invariably cumulative. It is  generally assumed that the main cause  of the feeling that now exists, is the  uncertainty regarding the value of  securities caused by the political developments of the past few years. It  is not altogether the railway law recently enacted, but various stages of  government interference with the interests of large corporations that have  led to the passage of that law. That  the same conditions are holding back  some of the great industries goes  without saying."  ACT  TO BE'COPPER  I  The new liquor act which came  into effect at the beginning of August, makes several changes in the regulations and clearly defines the several questions which have heretofore  been in .doubt.  Touching upon Sunday closing the  new act states that  all  places   where  liquor is sold shall be "absolutely clos*-  ed   and   securely   locked"   from   10  o'clock Saturday night until 5 o'clock  Monday morning, during which time  no person whosoever shall enter such  places, and ;ill window blinds shall be  kept open   so that a full   view  of the  bar may be obtained from the   street.  One of the chief points defined in  the act is in.regard to those   who   are  thc exceptions  to   whom   liquor may  be   sold    during    prohibited    hours.  Lienor may be sold oir the   prescription of a dulv qualified   medical practitioner;   at  bona  fide   meals  in the  diViing room   only,  and   to bona fide  commercial travelers who arrive  at a  hotel   from  a  distance during closed  hours.    A if excursionist is not a bona  fide traveler, according tothe act, and  legally cannot be served with   any intoxicating beverage. '  Power is given by the act for any  municipality to enforce the Sunday  Observance Act, and all municipal  councils have concurrent power to  deal with such cases under the Municipal Clauses Act, and to provide  and enforce the restrictions. Every  bylaw already in effect is valid and  effectual and will not be superseded  by this act.  ( .i'J'.V-  A Boston exchange bus tis  ing in. regard to copper:  "T^ere will be a   mn-:.:,il   <rd\>r<\{  |.off in   copper   pro.'luriir,;',   .rovi*   ���'���!���>  time out, -as most if not all >f the  leading producers have fi;i.i,V ���::.. <���  cognizance of existing conditions mid  will curtail their output. This wii'  take effect immediately. T!;'*r��- ii..e  been no conferences betwo .������~>im-  petitive producing interest on the  matter���but,the,restriction tr: !���. ��� ;:!>. -  ed on copper production will be far  reaching.  Concerted action would bring  curtailment under the ban of Federal,  government regulations, and none of  the officials  desire   any such  *-*  nism.  "A  antagb?a^'i  w  producer of more than 100,-  000,000 pounds a year said recently:  ' From now on there will be.a re-  striction of the copper output. ' This  will not result from concerted movement, but from the individual effort*  of each   mine, 'management        The  4  TEN YEARS AGO  (Prom Boundary Creek Times of Aun. 5, lMOj  Dr. Fisher has returned, from a  visit to his old home  in  the east.  R. L. Gulley, brother of T. M,  Gulley, of this city, is visiting in  town.  G. H. Bodell, of London, Eug.,  is looking after certain claims  near Greenwood. I  SOME FISH  Tho Indian, "Old Luke," carries the palm in Creston for catching big fish. He caught a sturgeon iti the Kootenay river that  weighed 100,pounds. The big  fish was sold to W. Spier, the  merchant, and later on found its  way to the cook house of the  Yale-Columbia Lumber company  camp.  effect on  metal   prices   v.:!!   probably  be immediate.'  Consumers' yafcls are again Hearing the bare point, for on their purchases some weeks ago they bought  mostly for July and August only,  although some September was also secured. .The Vogelstein agency is of  the belief that thc world's consumption is running ahead of production;  if this is the case, with slowing down  of production, the surplus will disappear and more normal conditions  prevail."  BIG [FORTUNE INHERITED  Joseph Burwell, formerly of  Grand Forks, where he had a  ranch in the Ruckle addition, is  now advertised for to show up to  his friends and claim a large fortune left him by his relatives in  Grand Rapids, Michigan..  Love isn't as blind as it is stubborn.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD   OI'I'ICE, TORONTO  ESTAlJLISIIIiU  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  raid-up Capital, SI 0.000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  The midnight of industrial despotism is passing, and the dawn  of a brighter^  ���'.' The-orgaij  perior, Wis/]  000 labor tef  is breaking.  grkers of Su  build a $40,  clubhouse.  %  At a meeting held ou  Monday  evening of the Fire . department,  ���the following officers for the cur-  :nt year were elected*-  [orman McLeod, president.  tiynes,  vice-president,  ell, secretary.treas.  liwaite, fire chief,  (thur, 1st asst. chief.  jtl, 2nd asst. chief.-  ��� of interested visitors  it and  witnessed  an  lof sporting events by  (B.d this was'followed  enjoyable/���'grub con-  The B. C. Copper company  smelter general offices is now  about completed.  A farewell picnic was given bv  Mrs. A. Fisher in honor of Miss  Blue of Rossland.  An important strike made at  the Mother Lode mine, a big one.  a big ore body entered at tbe 300  foot level.  The postmaster general asks  for tenders for conveyance of  mails between Greenwood and  Deadwood.  Notices given of the incorporation of the Standard Pyritic  Smelting company, with offices  at Greenwood.  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at curren>'  rates.    Accounts  may be opened in the names of two or  more persons and withdrawals made  by any  one of them or by the survivor. 124  J, T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  Hot Weather Specials j  3-quart." White Mountain " Ice Cream Freezers.  4-quart "Twin " Ice Cream Freezers.  6-<iuart ���' White Mountain " Ice Cream Freezers.  12 quart " White Mountain " Ice Cream Freezers.  Adjustable Window  Screens", large  50c each  Adjustable Window Screens, small  35c each  Automatic " Hot Point " Electric Irons  $7.50  All Garden Hose, including " Moulded " Hose, at 25 per cent off.  Genuine " Ball" Fruit Jars, 1 pint_  ~5c doz        ^  Genuine *' nail " Fruit Jars, 1 quart  90c do:-;        <  Genuine" Hall'' Fruit Jars, </2 gallon.....   $1.20  Complete estimates of the capital actually invested in the mines  of the camps surrounding the city  and smelters is $4,040,000.  ^s are -very   numerous  iuty of Albert\canyon. comfortable fire  y-   ���'. ���*.'......_,r'ro   '  Wty'Z.:- ".'���'������" ������'���}.>-l%'^r-'y  Plenty of   insurance  makes a  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  PHONE  9  i"Ov^W'  (  e*i<-  ���A  ->.-*]  '"^sMs fii;..ST>M5!��Yi.;  satvtamaaaa  V*r-  TOWN TOPICS  SNAPS  We offer   ISO  feet  of new   wire-wound   ^-itich    Hose,   in   50-foot ^  lengths, regular price $11,011,   July snap S7.95  50 foot best  American   -'+-inch cotton   Hose,  regular price 512.00,  ,   , ,   0.85  July snap..   Ice Cream Freezers,  new   and   old,   4-quart New White Mountain,  regular price 55.50, July snap       +-6-">  6-quart New White Mountain freezer, regular price 56.50, July snap 5.70  12 quart New White Mountain freezer, reg. price $15.00, July snap 11.00  4-quart old Freezer    6-quart old Freezer   H  12 quarl old Freezer, White Mountain       Screen Boors-., complete with  hinges, etc., SI.75 to..   Tents, new. 5x7, S.V5U; <>x8, 54.00; 8x10, 50.50.  2 50  3.00  SOO  2 25  A.L.WHITE  The Furniture and Stove Man  Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  LADIES  Do you want (SH& iEttijltfilt initial note  * paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your |  | letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  f5^f3H5H^5S��S?  ,?^^-^n^h7U^^iZ^^?^^^^^>'  FOR  CLOSING OUT THIS LINE  TRY THE  BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES  Job Department  Tackle that will get the   fish,   prices  that will get the tackle.  1 dozen Trout   Flies,   A-grade,   40;; in  I dozen lots, SI.10.  Lead its, regular 10 centers, 3 fur 15e.  Leaders, regular 11) centers, 7 for 25c.  Leaders, regular 15 centers, 3 for 25c.  Leaders, regular 15 centers, 7 for 45c.  Reels, regular 35 renters, 25e.  Linc-s, regular 50 centers, 35i\  Fish Poles, steel. ID-foot, jointed  rod, S2.0U.  Fish  Poles,   split   bamboo,   10 foot,  jointed rod. 53.75, now 62 VS.  Kish Poles, split   bamboo, trunk rod,  52.50, now 5V.75.  Trout is a fish, and a game one, and  they are looking for a snap at the fly  you can get with the leader. The line  we have, and the pole, too, at close-out  prices at the O. I. C. 2ud-hand store.  A. L. White, Phone 1C.  GOOD WORK  FAIR PRICES  Parties requiring money on farms  can be accommodated on application  to A. S'. Black, Solicitor,   Greenwood,  B.C.      ,   For Sewing Machine Needles' and  Oil sec A. L,. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.    Phone 16.  Make your  wants  known  through a  want ad.    Three line ad. for 25c.  Advertise in THE TIMES  A. D. Fleshman, of Vancouver,  was a visitor to town on Tuesday.  J.   R.   Jackson,   M.   P.   P., of  Midway, was in the city on Tuesday,  I. M. Irwine and S, Turnbull,  of Chesaw. are registered, at the  "Norden.  Ray Bosard, of ftnoxville, Pa.,  was registered at the Windsor, on  Tuesday laBt.  Miss May Lawson left on Tuesday last for a fortnights furlough  at Vancouyer, B. C.  I. M. Clarke, pf Winnipeg, is  paying Greenwood a visit and is  registered at tbe Imperial.  W. J. Creen, of tbe Niagara  Falls Wine company, is hustling  for business in Greenwood.  The Argo tunnel is still progressing very favorably and Ola  is taking his shift like a man with  the rest of them.  W. P. FoJger, of Spokane,  fire claim adjuster, arrived here  last week, to settle the fire losses  claims of No. 7 mine.  D. A. Ritchie, Provincial constable of Grand Forks, was at  Greenwood ou Monday having a  confab with his confreres*  Wallis  Smith,    of   the   Jewel  niine,   had   a   hurray up cull   to  Nelson  and  will  take in a celebration before he  returns  to hisi  duties. v !  Wm.  McBride,   who  has  been j  ill with Pneumonia at the Sisters  hospital,   has   completely recovered and now at large among  his  friends. .  Mrs. S. A. Crowell, of Midway,  came to the city to meet her  neice Miss JSdith Crowell, of  Pueblo, Col., and are stopping at  the Imperial.  The coroners inquest over the  remains of Nels Haug, who was  killed at tlie Mother Lode mine  on July 27 returned a verdict of  accidental death  Harry Nicholson Esq , mining  recorder of Rock Creek, paid a  visit to Greenwood last week,  meeting with most cordial greetings from his old tilicumsi  A. R, Shewan and also J. F.  Creen, of Montreal, representing  the Boovine-Wine company, are  soliciting orders for their establishment and have been very successful.  Rev. J. A. Petrie, held services  at Grand Forks Presbyterian  church Sunday last taking the  place of the resident pastor Rev.  M. D. McKee who is off on his  vacation.  Jas. Clark, who has been absent from Greenwood for sometime, has returned and will occupy  his old position as manager of T.  M. Gulley & Co. undertaking department,  J. R. Jackson, M. P. P , was  at Greenwood to attend the Conservative meeting last Friday,  but was recalled to Midway on  account of menace to his property  from bush fires.  ��� R. C. G. White and wife, has  left Greenwood for Calgary. His  brother J. L. White having returned to town and releaving him  of his duties at the drug business  during his absence.  W. A. Keith, of Beaverdell,  who has been in our city suffer-  in from blood poisoning for some  months is now in a fair way of  complete recovery and will hike  for Beaverdell on  Saturday next.  F. C. Buckless, with a bunch  of   fourteen   head of   horses of  driving stock from Pendleton,  Ore., arrived in town Monday.  This addition to his running gear  places him; at the top notch of  livery stable necessities.  . Married���At the Pacific hotel,  ouAug. 2, by Rev, J. A. Petrie,  E. D. Petuber and Nora Stewart  both of Looniis, Wash.  The funeral of the lite Nels  Haug, who was killed at' the  Mother Lot'e mine, took place on  Friday last i>otu tin: undertaking  parlors of T. M. G-ui!'?y & Co.  As usual for its member the W.  fr. M. was largely attended.  Another victim has been added  to the frightful list of drownings  of   late.    Young   Eggleston    at  Danville  on    Sunday   afternoon  last, in the Kettle river,   got beyond   his depth   and  unable to  swim was drowned in the presence  of his companiou.  '   G.   M.   Fripp Esq.,   of Grand  Forks, and a party of nine American,   capitalists,  autoed in   two  touring cars from  Republic and  Oroville,   Wash.,   to Greenwood  via   Midway,  on   Saturday last.  After inspecting  several properties  bore,   especially   the  B.   C.  Copper  plant,   they returned   to  Grand Forks via Phoenix, experiencing no difficulty whatever  in  making with the autos   the  very  stiff grade on tho Twin creek road  to Phoenix.  There will.be a union service  of theMethoiiist and Presbyterian  congregations in the Presbyterian church on Suuday morning,  August 7. An address will be  given by Rev. J. W. Williamson,  one of the Inter-denominational  S. S officers, who has just been  attending the World's S. S. convention at Washington, D. C,  and will speak on that subject.  AU are cordially invited to hear  what is sure to be a very interest-  Nature   plans   well   for man-la1,  kind's   needs.    What   could   be) 5*  more convenient than ears to hook  spectacles over?  Disguised men generally act as  if. tHey thought everybody^ knew  it.' ��� ,v \   '  __  *'$T'������-���>'  proper attenJiStt to trie hair  and sea.!pis tlie best preventive  of baldness. An occasional application <j: iv_;.. i.ic Hair Pom-  ode ke .ps the scalp in healthy  condition.' It nourishes the  hair -.olicles and supplements  the natural oil of the head.  Bearine not only prevents falling hair but stimulates new  growth. '50 cts a jar at your  druggists.  ^���;.r  M Summer  is good beer.    That's our kind.  A simple effective remedy for muni- little  ilia as well as some that ore not coniiilned  little: A compound with a Vaseline base, in  conjunction with Japanese Menthol nnd  otherdniKS malting un efficacious remedyior  Sore Throat,  Burns, Braises,  Strains, Sprains,  as well as for Insect Bites, Cuts, etc.     .  Jubt the thing for campers, hunters, a*  well as for those that stay at home.  25c. a box.  DAVIS & LAWREN'CK, Montrea*.  It isvejtffiterating1 and invigorating.  Makes perfect; sleep possible  and good health is assured.  Our beer is'popular with-  both the ladies and gentlemen.  It*is well made and well cured  aud will prove a pleasure We  -are very careful to see that  nothing injurious enters into  Its brewing. ..;.  ��� ,-::y;~;77'A: glass  of oyripabBt beer will put  new life into any one. It cures  the thirsty feeling and makes  ybti feel light and gay.  Greenwood Ciquor ��o.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  s*5S��Mew(l  DOMINION LANDS  Dominion j^&nftta Railway Belt British Columbia. The date for the coming in lo for^e of the new regulations  has been changed, aud a new date will  be set later. Until further notice no |  entries to be granted in the New West- j  minister district and east of Tatige  thirteen west of sixth meridian inclusive. 'v P. G. Keys,  Secretary.  Ottawa. June 20, 1910.  Cool and refreshing drinks for hot weather  Walker's Grape  Th? Pure Juice of the Grape.  Quarts only 75 cents, Pint&i|y 40 cents.  THE SIMON PURE MONSERRAT 1|ME JUICE  Imperial quarts, $1.00; pints, 65 dents.  C6PPER*����REET. GREENWOOD  Trustee's Sale of Valuable Mining  *    Property by Tender.  ing and instructive address.  . Affairs at the Jewell mine are  progressing very satisfactory.  A little bye play in the shape of  of monkey wrenches caused .some  daman ages to machinery and au  explosion of wrath from the bows.  Friend P.-nci n:a*.iag''d Lo kuock  dowu.a very large h(owl) which  was intruding upon their fowls,  and will have the same stuffed  for his coming establishment, so  it will be an ever present howl for  him, till a more natural sourccof  howl comes to break the monotony  of domestic life.  Sealed tenders will be received by the under-  signed, up to and Inclusive of Thursday, the  11th day of Augruat, 1910, for the purchase of  the following interests in Mineral Claims hereafter mentioned:  Denoro Grande, eiie-foiirth interest. This  claim Is crown (framed and situated at Loutf  LakeCairp, C.reetivoixl Mininir Division, Yale  district. Not No. 851.  Laura, one-sixth interest. This claim Ik  crown granted and situated in the Loup Late  Camp, (Ireenwood Mining- Division, Yale district. Lot No. 1417.  Hard Cash, mii'-eiirhlh ititeiest. This claim  is crown granted, and situated at Wellington  Camp, (Irani! Forks Mining Division, Trale  disliict, Lot No. 1062  House and Lot, No. 6, I!lock 27. Five-roomed  house, desirably located on Kimberley avenue,  (irecnwOod, H. C  Tenders will be received for any or all of  these claims. Terms: A, deposit of 10 per ��.'cnt  to accompany each terfa*er{~TT>ala'nce to be paid  in thirty days. Thc highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.'-'Tenders to be addressed  to M. M. CAULFIKLD, Trustee,  Box M5, Victoria, B. C.  June 2,17 and;  August 3;  Sii  Sy 5 and 22  1010  This low rate is via the Great Northtrn Railway from Seattle, Tacoma,  Portland, Everett, Bellingham, Vancouver, Victoria, New Westminster,  Wenatchee, Spokane a"nd many other points in Washington, Orej$ia aad  British Columbia to ���'0".' --ISP  Chicago      :#  gfSo.oo to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior, and Kansas City. ' P��>||  portionate fares to New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D. C, and Otheirjv  eastern points.   Stop-over anywhere on the Great Northern Railway.  Name your train���tell the agent you want to go oh the Oriental ��jm-:  ited, Fast Mail or Great Northern Express.    Better stM-irwritc me for  full   information   and our "East Over the MotWrAiN'* j. folder.'  Describes the routes past the new Glacier National Park to St."  Paul,_ Minneapolis, Kansas City, Chicago and ,  points east.  '$&  STFIKE SETTLED  A wire from Ottawa states that  the Grand Trunk strike has been  declared off. The men going  back to work. Mens demands  are satisfactorily arranged.  SEATTLE TRAP SHOOT  Mrs. Ad. Topperwj  Antonio, Texas, mad|  est score of all compj"j  ing 195 out of a poss  San  iak-  FOR SALE AT GI  IKS  A   bcauiifully   situ  building in perfect  and e'ectric  light,  half ,acrcs surround,  all  varieties  of frd  shrubs,  grapes, ef  Will sell en bloc  if desired,   Wiil  to enable ownjj  mediately,  office; Greg  ne,  new  Ih water  fund one-  Jted with  ind small  Searing-,  ^furniture  crifice price  Fat coast  im-  "B.   C: Times  V. KISTLER..  D. F. & P. A., Grand Forks, B. *3.:J  H. E. BRENIZERi  Agent, Midway, B. C.;  MORTGAGE SALE  Under and by virtue of power of sale contained in a certain mortgage, which will t>s  produced at tbe time of sale, there will be  offered for sale by public auction by James S,  Birnie, Auctioneer, on Thursday, tbe 1st day of  September, 1910, at the hour of 12 o'clock-, in  front of the Court House, in the City of Green  wood, B. C, the following valuable properzy,  namely: AU and singular, Lot numbered  thirty (30), in "Block twelve (12), ou the west side  of Copper street, in the City of Greenwood, as  shown on a registered plan numbered twenty-  one (21)-  On this laud Ir said to be erected thc building  known as the Rossland Hotel. The property  will be sold subject to a reserve bid. Terras  cash.  For further particulars apply to John D,  Spence, Mortgagees' Solicitor, Greenwood, B. C.  Form 8.  UND ACT.  Similkameen Land District, District of Tale.  TAKE NOTICE that James Poggi, of Greenwood, British Columbia, occupation  miner, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described laud:  Commencing at a post planted .at the northeast corner of Lot 689, Similkameeu (formerly  Osoyoos), Division of Yale District; thence  north forty cuaini, more or less, to the southerly limit of the Columbia aud Western Railway Company's, right of way; thence-southwesterly following the said southerly limit  forty chains, more or less, to the easterly limit  of Lot 2227; thence south ten cuaiun, more or  less, to the northerly limit of said Lot 684;  ti'.ejiceeast *.weuiv chains, more or less, tothe  point of^cOtunieucemeut, and containing sixty  acres, more or less. JAMKS l-HNiGI.  Dated 10th June, 1010. ��0  THE  7tW  ���Hfe  BUY YOUR   ���'F'ROM THE  GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily-  B0Ti%ED%LK A SPECIALTY  ��� �� '  rtf :?r  Fred gjenks,   Prop'r.  j* j* j* j* j* ji j�� j* ji jr j* ji ji ji j* ofrj*, ji ji ji ji jt ji ji jl j* ji J* ji ji ji ji J��#n\  FIRST RATE CAFE ;   j ���AT THE ; -t���    ��*,]  BefoJ  Gree  wi  ryour departure from  icri.be for  your jhohie  fix months, or. $2 a yeat.  it full of interest to you  s.are.  S!    TENTS!  Ne-f  the liij  White  |nt   just received.     See  O.   I.  C- store, A.  L,.  tor.  Club Cigar Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Phoenix and Midway Stage Office.  Airentfor Reco Laundry, Phoenix.  L..L.  MATTHEWS,  PHONE A-t5.  FINANCIAL'  MONEY TO LOAN  Apply to  A. S. BLACK, Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  WINDSOR HOTEL 5  GREEISIWOOD^, C.  Open ��My and Night  ERNIE CARI$i^ Mat^ger  ^^j��^j��jtj��jij��j��j��j��^jij��jijiji!^jije'jijijijijij��ji'jijij��jijiji^  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD OFFICE:    L-  LL   MATTHEWS' CIGAR STORE  / Prompt attention to EJxpresa and Freight.  ��5c L,AING, Prs.  ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES  KODAKS and  Kodak ^Su  7. TAKE A  Make the most of ev*��ry.  your tribryj  ���OilM  8*5  K WlTJf YOU  [by keeping -yt%  inish the picjurertf-  ^  d of  -:*>  :>���  /:.  .^./gj&m  'atf'-y-Mk  BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY G0m^��XL PAPER, ETC.  M


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