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 I  VOL.-14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1910.  No. 23  "=^  WINTER FOOTWEAR  Our stofck of Ladies' and Chii^  dren's Overshoes and Rubbers is  very complete in all lines, Best  makes represented,  GIVE US A  CALL  OHASa    Fa   STORK  DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY  GREENWOOD 6  GRAND FORKS 1  r  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  ^v  FOR  HOUSEHOLD GOODS  Of all descriptions call on T. M.  Gulley & Co.  We can furnish a shack or a mansion  at prices to suit all.  Agents for Ostermoor Mattresses.  Agents for Bell Pianos and Organs.  Agents for Edison Phonographs.  Everything in the  Furniture Line.  T. NI. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27 kl  The above was the most happy result of the hockey match at Greenwood skating rink on Monday night  last. The Grand Forks team came  over in a special C. P. R. train with  a host of their admirers and   friends.  The game was really excellent, the  ice was keen and the crowd in (rood  humor. Few penalties had to be imposed. E. G. Warren acted as  referee, most satisfactorily. The  play was swift for the entire game,  and the cheering loud and long.  J. McDonald played an extraordinary  game, in spite of having a lame foot,  and has three goals to his credit.  George Clerf, H. Cameron and J.  Bloomfield, each scored a goal, and  had it not been for the magnificent  defence of the Grand Forks goal  keeper each of the other members of  Greenwood Hockey team might have  had goals to their credit, too. Bloomfield never played better in his life  than on Monday last. The* game  was a good test of what our boys can  do. This victory, with the protested  game at Grand Forks, places Greenwood at the head of the Boundary  Hockey league..  PLAY UNDER PROTEST  Last Thursday evening a C. P. R.  special took a large number of Green-  woodites to Grand Forks, together  with the Greenwood Hockey team,  to- play the seventh game in the  Boundary Hockey league series.  The match was somewhat, delayed  owing to a protest being made by  Greenwood against a new member of  the Grand VorJcs team. The game  was played under protest, and as such  does not count in the series against  Greenwood. The ice was extremely  sjvrfrjwdagood-igaeie was wirnei  CONCILIATION  BOARD SITS  FORESTRY  ASSOCIATION  FREE. FREE.  To the first hundred lady customers  calling at our store we will give one  package of  "Seven Sisters Shampoo'  We will mail one package to out of  town customers on receipt of  two cents for postage.  =S\  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  ^good-gar;  night before they hail jpjayed at Phoenix, and they were minus their star  player, McDonald. The game was  won by Grand Forks with a score of  5 to 1.  Some 488 paid admission to the  rink. The train returned with its  tired out passengers at 2 o'clock a. m.  RESULTS AT NELSON  V^:  X  The Bonspiel closed Saturday.  The Burns trophy was won by  Somerville's rink of Trail, which  defeated Wilson, of Cranbrook,  11 to 8. The Hudson's Bay  trophy goes to Buchanan, of Nelson, who defeated Somerville, of  Trail, in a close fight. Judge  Wilson's rink, of Cranbrook, captured the Tuckett after a hot contest with Judge Forin, of Nelson.  Wolly takes the British Columbia  Curling, and Richards the Corby.  At a successful smoker G. A.  Hunte.r was presented with a  handsome traveling bag by the  curlers.  The three members of the Conciliation board appointed by the Dominion government, to hear the evidence in the dispute between the B.  C. Copper Co. and the Greenwood  Miners' union, arrived in Greejmood  on Tuesday last, and the first day's  sitting of the board commenced at the  court house on Wednesday at 10  o'clock.  The' members of the board are:  John Mclnnis, for the Miners' union;  J. A. Mara for the B. C. Copper  Co., and J. H. Senkler, of Vancouver, for the government, chairman of the board. j  Mr. Mclnnis objected to the evidence being taken down bjr Mr.  Loucks, the stenographer of th| B. C.  Copper Co. |  The board adjourned till 4 "o'clock  to try and obtain another stenogjfaprier.  Walter Dewdney arrived on the  afternoon train from Grand ifyrks to  act as court stenographer durSijr the  sitting of the conciliation board, being chosen by the board.        ;��.  Wednesday evening was t||en up  with the presentment of statements  by the B. C. Copper Co. ||nd the  Union.  .  Several witnesses will be' called by  both sides.  Thursday was taken up ,wj]  examining witnesses, an  many   more   subpoenaed  some time before the  evidi  in.    The Union claims that  the right to insist on all enrt:  the  smelter and  the  mjro  B. 0. Copper Co. being  the  Western  Federation  The company denies this  the Board   has this  one  fore it.  The Union threatened?!  l|&s/ tbisT cpndition was  "*'  The compa  : 1st inst., as an assistant in  the Great Northern shops at Oro-'  ville. ' ! '  Mrs. E. Small, of Wilcox,  Sask., and her daughter, of Chicago, are -visiting Mr. and Mrs.  A. Letts,  Joe. Frank, who has been  spending a couple of months at  Vancouver, is expected to return  ���very soon.  Miss Ava  Black, of Spokane.  W.   O'Brien,  teller i the| intends leaving for her home next  ** Monday,   accompanied   by   Miss  Sadie Mesker.  Upon the invitation of the Government of New Brunswick the  eleventh annual convention of the  Canadian Forestry association for the  consideration of Forestry problems,  will be held in the Legislative buildings, Fredericton, N. B., on Wednesday and Thursday, February 23rd  and 24th. The sessions will be opened  at 10 a. m. on the 23 rd by addresses  from the representatives of the government, municipal, educational and  commercial institutions, etc.  In addition to the president, Mr.  Thomas Southworth, and the vice-  president, Hon. W. C- Edwards, the  following are expected to take part:  Hon. Clifford Sifton, chairman of the  Commission of Conservation; Hon.  Jules Allard, Minister of Lands and  Mines, Quebec; Hon. W. C. H.  Grimmer, Surveyor General oJ New  Brunswick; Dr. B. E. Fernow, Dean  of the Faculty of Forestry, University  of Toronto; Mr. E. A. Sterling,  Forester of Pennsylvania railroad;  Mr. W. C. J. Hall, Supt. of the  Bureau of Forestry, Quebec; Prof.  Gordon Tower, of the University of  Maine; Prof. R. B. Miller, of the  Uniuersity  of New  Brunswick, etc.  It is expected that the Forestry  work of the dominion and of the  provinces will be well represented.  The railways have granted special  rates and a large attendance is expected. Further information may be  had by addressing the secretary of the  Canadian Forestry, association, Mr.  James Lawler. who will be at Fredericton till after the close of the convention.  MIDWAY NOTES  Joe Davidson, of the C* P, R.  depot here, has returned from a  trip to the coast.  TEN YEARS  r��������� 1  P. BURNS & CO.  I  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  WAS SHE TO JJLAME?  One of tbe actresses of the J.  G. and Aggie Marion Stuttz;  theatre company was taken ill  from a severe attack of lagrippe  and was unable to take part in  any of the preformances here. A  severe cold contracted in the drive  over from Penticton was the  prime cause.���Hedley Gazette.  FLY OVER PYRAMIDS  (From Boundary Creek Times fcf.  The Buckhorn main  down   135  feet and all tied:  George A. Stewart Patts  rister, has opened an office fp tbe  Miller block. f  H. M. Keefer reports hkving  sold 40,000 shares of Mojrrison  stock last Saturday.  A  Bank of Montreal here has joined  the Strathcona Horse,  The Boundary Creek Mining  Co., of Spokane, owners of the  Last Chance, will reorganize.  The Rossland Dandy Coons  showed at the Miller hall last  night, in aid of the Mansion  house fund.  A number of the local Scotchmen met at the Clarendon Hotel,  last night, and formed a Caledonian and St. Andrew's society,  with T. Miller, president.  HOCKEY  JUDGE TURNER  APPOINTED  OUR PAYROLL  INCREASING  Former United States Senator  George Turner, of Spokane, left on  Monday last for Washington for a  final conference with President Taft  and Attorney General Wickersham,  before sailing for The- Hague, to act  as chief counsel for the United States  in the arbitration of the long-standing  dispute with England as to the construction of the Newfoundland fisheries treaty of 1818. Turner was  placed in charge of the government's  case by ex-President Roosevelt nearly  18 months ago, and has given much  of his time to the matter since. His  researches in the files of the case  have caused him to overhaul legal  data and opinions compiled by such  statesmen as Daniel Webster, as the  dispute over the fisheries treaty has  continued with more or less vigor for  75 years. The case will be presented  to The Hague tribunal in May, and  England will be represented by some  of its foremost lawyers. Judge  Turner was a member of the commission that negotiated the treaty over  the Alaskan boundary.  LOCAL OPTION  The official count of the ballots  cast in the recent local option  plebiscite was completed February 4th before Deputy Provincial  Secretary A. Campbell-Reddie,  the review of the Skeena ballots  adding two to the local option  total, and reducing the margin by  which the proposals failed to  score the required 50 per cent, of  the available vote to approximately 1,100.  The deputy provincial secretary  proposes to personally revise all  the figures before officially acquainting the pufrlk with the ��^  Yesterday was the British Columbia Copper Co.'s pay day and  $45,000 was distributed, which is  what our town of Greenwood has  to exist on. But the payroll is  slowly increasing.  We have now the Nc. 7 mine  in operation, the �� P. U., Bay,  Tip Top, Combination and Dynamo mines working, besides the  Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel and  the Argo tuuuel, all employing  men, and these smaller payrolls,  added to the larger amount distributed by the big copper company each month, are buildiug  up the business of the town. The  year 1910 promises to be a propitious year for Greenwood.  THE BALL  There was a large attendance  at the Fancv Dress Mask ball on  February 4, at Greenwood Auditorium.  The prizes for the most popular costumes went to Mr?, P.  Roosa. as an Egyptian ladv, and  Mr. W. C, H. Wilson as a French  marquis.  There     were    many    notable  dresses,   and   altogether  the evening was greatly enjoyed.    The  music  might  have  been   better,-  but the very tasteful  decorations:  and excellent supper made up for^  a lot.    There were  so many attractive costumes that  it is  impossible  to enumerate  them all, X  The Times reporter was too busy ;  attending   to   his   back  hair to  make any notes at all.  THE SUNDAY MAIL  Egypt's aviation week opened  at Heliopes last Monday. The  Khedive was present. Among  the principal events will be a  speed contest to the Pyramids  and return.  Greenwood Intermediates beat  Nelson Juniors by 4 to 3 last Friday, in Greenwood  Skating rink.  On Saturday afternoon last the  Phoenix Juniors and Greenwood  Juniors met on the local rink, the  Greenwood boys winning by 2  to 1.       FLIES GRATIS  concedes ttiat^ taking ally his  claims "into consideration,' local  option on the present occasion has  failed by 560 or thereabouts.  " Cohen's ill in bed, I hear."  '* Yes. He smoked a cigar from  the wrong pocket."  The Vancouver Sunday Mail is  ^ing better each issue, and as  ndependent newspaper for in-  ndenf people it is  an honor  W����� c.  N. W. P.  Nearly one hundred recruits  have been enlisted in Toronto for  the Royal Northwest Mounted  Police.  Mr. and Mrs. Wagner, of Enterprise, Ore., are spending a few  weeks with the latter's aunt, Mrs.  S. A. Crowell.  ROCK CREEK NEWS  Louis Paulhan, the noted  French aviator, gave a free exhibition of his aerial flights to the  people of New Orleans, because  that city, he says, is the strongest French center in the United  States.  HOCKEY SCHEDULE  Jan.   1, Phoenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix   Jan.   5, Greenwood and Grand Forks, at Greenw'd  Jan. 11, Grand Forks aud Phoenix, at Grand Forks  Jar. 19, Phoenix and Grand Forks, at Phoenix   Jan. 24, Greenwood and Phoenix, at Greenwood. ...  Jan. 28, Grand Forks and Greenwood, at G. Forks..  Feb.   2, Phoenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix   Feb.   7, Greenwood and Grand Forks, at Greenw'd  Feb. 11, Grand Forks and Phoenix, at Grand Forks  Feb. 18, Phoenix and Grand Forks, at Phoenix   Feb. 25, Greenwood and Phoenix, at Greenwood....  Feb. 28, Grand Forks and Greenwood, at G. Forks  SCOKE  Gwil.  Plioe.  G. F.  D. R. Tait is visiting Vancouver on business.  H. Nicholson J. P. has returned from a tour of the neighboring towns.  The roads are in bad condition  for traveling just now���neither  good wheeling nor sleighing.  Tbe dance at Pittendrighs hall  on 5th was a great success. The  hall was well filled and tbe music  by the Bush orchestra was good.  On the evening of the 2nd the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Farmer  was invaded by a "surprise  party." Nearly 20 "raiders" kept  things lively until the early hours.  FLOODS SUBSIDE  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branches  offthls Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points  ln the following countries:  Austria-H ungary  Belgium  Brazil  Bulgaria  Ceylon  China  Crete  Denmark  Egypt  Faroe Islands  Finland  Formosa  France  Fr'ch Cochin-China  Germany  Great Britain  Greece  Holland  Iceland  India  Irel.-ind  Italy  Japan  Java  Manchuria  Mexico  Norway  Persia  I'hillipim* Islands  Roumania  Russia  Servia  Siam  South .Africa  Straits Settlements  Sweden  Switzerland  Turkey  West Indies 171  and elsewhere  HO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.  FULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  J, T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  Foreign subscriptions to the  flood relief fund now exceed $800,-  000.  The River Seine bas fallen 16  feet from its crest. More cave-  itss in the streets and falling  houses are reported as the receding waters withdraw the supporting pressure. The cabinet has  decided to ask parliament for $4,-  000,000 more as additional credit  for the relief of victims of <he  flood. __  Turkey red is made from the  "madder" plant, which grows in  Hindostan. A cloth dyed in this  color will make a bull madder,  too.  MECHANICS' TOOLS  MACHINISTS' TOOLS  CARPENTERS' TOOLS  BUILDERS' HARDWARE  GRANITEWARE  STOVES AND RANGES  Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED  �����!  yAs^y^M  r F\frf\0*f^*r*^**jy*sr '  i r*\f**\fP*\f**\j~& THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  \  xmwwmiL?mmffiff^^  <r*  <r*  Cr*  <r��  G=*��  (r*  Cr*  CP*  Q=<  Cr*  Cr*  Cr**  >=5  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ..Bank of Montreal  ��� 0  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.       Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Lord Strathcowa Ann Mount Royal, G. C. M. Cr.  President:   Sir Geokqb A. Drummond, K.C. M.G.  Vice-President and General Manager :   Sir E. S. Cxodbtok, Bart  Branches in London, Eng. j ^^^&L \ New Yoit, Chicago.  Buy aud sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available In any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  &  **5  *=%  *=%  ���-=2  >*=2  **-2  t��=5  ftwwmMMmmmMmiiimimmiMK  The six months is only a fractional part of what the man deserved for thrashing a woman,  but it may serve to teach him a  lesson, and at any rate the police  are instructed to arrest the prisoner shou'd he ever put his nose  into Greenwood again, and that  is good work.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  1836  THE BANK OF  1910  ���  British North America  74 Years In Business.  The Saving Habit  Capital and Rsssrv* Ovar $7,000,000.  is the foundation of  independence.  Begin saving now  by opening an account with the Bank of British  North America and making regular Weekly or  Monthly deposits.  $i.oo starts a Savings Account and Interest  is compounded at highest current rates.  Greenwood BrancWR. A. CHESTER, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Bakkistkk, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       ���'IIallktt.'*  ( Bedford M'Neill's  Codes \ Moreing &. Neal's  Greenwood. B. O.  ! Leiber's  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Bakkistkk and Solicitor,  ReiideU  Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion  and Provincial  Land Surveyor,  Greenwood. B. C.  P. O. Unx 57.  l'lioue 32.  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Movin? a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER A CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Crbek, B. C.  ^<^2psT: BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "-��������" No. 3 8.1.0. O. F.  Meets every   Tuesday  Evening at 8 00 In the  I. O. O. V. Hall.    A cordial invi tatlon is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  I'RED H. HOLMES, F. E.UROWN,  N. G. V. G.  AI.HKRT LOGAN, Fee. Sec.  Ch��  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���v��rv Trldav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pkr Ykak     2 00  Six Months    125  To   FOKKKIN   COtlNTKIKS   2 50  JlUEdl -AWL)  t'R[|)AV, FEBRUARY 11,191(1.  FRIENDSHIPS  incies of fortune, the betterment  of conditions draw away from a  so small community, one bv one,  the old crowd, the familiar faces,  the Station becomes a very sad  place indeed to those who are left.  Life is not all beer and skittles  by any means, but the friendships  formed along the way, are the  greatest boon that comes to us  mere mortals. Each good bye  takes someone away whom it  took years to know and appreciate. We must make the best of  it and welcome the new arrivals,  make them at home, and sticking  to the old friends, wherever they  are,-add new friends to our list,  while we are not too old to form  new ties or too callous to care.  R I. P.  The members of the Central  Farmers' Institute, of Victoria,  have decided that the Crow is  more of a nuisance than a benefactor, and will ask the government to place a bounty of 5 cents  a head. That may help to deprive some of the pests of a livelihood and put some easy money  into the hands of small British  Columbians. Poor old Crow!  It's certainly hard lines to be only  worth 5 cents, a mere nickel, and  to be hounded by every small boy  who has visions ot a sack of  candy or peanuts in his little  brain. But you will become a  nuisance, so something had to be  done.          EDITORIAL COMMENT  We had to send Martha to the  Lions. But our minds are easy,  the Lyons will be good to Martha.  Tho   quays   of   some   mighty  port,    witnessing-   sad   farewells  fiich day. as thc leviathans of the  <l'"cp,   carrying   their   passenger  cargoes,   ply   from   port   to port,  are thc  saddest  places on earth.  But the small   C.   1>,   K. depot of  this little mining town, far from  the  giddy   whirl  of the  world's  commerce, is sad enough.    Since  the Station   was  built',  some ten  years ago, it has seen many come  and many   go.    The   new-comers  are the bright side, the good byes  to those who leave the  sad  side,  and of late  years   the  good byes  have been so   frequent.    It takes  years  to know each  other,  and  somehow the  old  friendships are  not easily  replaced.     Whatever  be   the   number   of   friends   we  have,   there   are    always   times  when thev are too  few; while of  enemies we all must  have some,  but one is too many.  In this so uncertain existence  the one asset, that has real value  is friendship; and when the exig-  The new steam plant arrived  last week for the school building  and is being installed by E. W.  Bishop and his assistants. It  cost a lot of money, but it is  cheap at any price, for the teachers and school children must be  kept warm, and since the plant  arrived the weather has moderated and Spring is here���almost.  1. O. O. F. masquerade ball on  St, Valentines day.  There   is another  election  in  sight for the old country.  The great flood is slowly abating iu the streets of stricken  Paris.    Sir Wilfrid Laurier will visit  British Columbia next August,  or early iu September.  R. has bought out James Duus-  muir's coal properties and railways on Vancouver Island^ The  sum mentioned is $11,000,000.  T. Eaton & Co., of Winnipeg  have announced their intention  to enlarge their buildings considerably. A good part of the  expense will be met by western  buyers by mail.  The Homerule comet is visable  hanging in the sky over Ireland  just now. This comet appears  periodically, before each general  election, but has not yet struck  the^feinerald Isle.  went to London to succeed Allan  Cameron, as general traffic agent.  At that time Mr. Brown was general passenger agent of the C. P.  R. steamship service.  "And what," asked the anxious  parent, " would you advise in my  daughter's case?" *' She must  stop all piano practice at once,"  said the physician, firmly. This  seems a strange cure for a c< Id,  but it must be., remembered that  the doctor lived in the  next  flat.  Japan will build 21 warships as  an addition to her present formidable navy by 1917.  Rector,s cafe, for more than 12  years the Mecca of pleasure hunters in New York has been closed.  A property near Seymour  street, Vancouver, sold at the  enormous .price of $3000 per front  foot.    Three Italians were shot in  Vancouver last week by other  members of the Black Hand  society.  Goat chops are the latest diet  reported from St. Louis, where  a strike against the meat trust is  in vogue.         Phoenix is asking for an appropriation of $10,000 for a new  school building. Hope you get  it Phoenix.  Sir    geaggS^jy  Presideatf of jfflLfin moi  died last week ia Montreal  a long illness.  As a result of war in Hon-'  duras, Central America, no one is  allowed on the streets after dark,  and the price of food stuffs is  about four times what it was before the state of siege.  A birth in the royal family of  Spain is expected in the later  part of May. Queen Victoria  is already the mother of three  children, the last having been  born on June 22, 1909  Approximately $ 1,250,000 worth  ot property changed hands iu  New Westminister during January and officials at the land registry office report greater activity  in realty transfers than ever before, in the history of the city.  During the anti-Japanese outbreak at South Phongan, Korea,  the rioters murdered the Korean  and Japenese offiicials and burned  all of the government buildings.  The mob was dispersed after ten  of its members had been killed.  The street hawkers of Paris  are making fortunes out of the  sale ot postcards views of the  terrible floods.  The Salvation army will establish a thousand acre farm in the  immediate vicinity of Winnipeg  for the unemployed.  New York is threatened by a  strike of lnotormen, conductors  and, guards on the Brooklyn  Rapid Transit lines.  An explosion occurred in a coal  mine at Earnest, Pa., on Saturday last which resulted in the  death of over 100 miners.  It is estimated that at least  $50,000,000 will be necessary to  finance the Panama-Pacific exposition to be given in 1915.  Duncan Ross is one of the  many applicants ior the vacant  railway commissionership, caused by Mr. Greenway's death.  Charles McGill, the former  manager of the Ontario Bank,  who' was sentenced to five years  in the Kingston Penitentary for  -jfelse returns to the Do-  'ernment, has been re-  a.ving served' 'ihree  Sir Wilfrid Laurier was waited  upon last Saturday, at Ottawa,  by Messrs. Sealev, German and  Mederic Martin, M, P'sregarding  a grant of $150 or $200 to each  Feuian Raid veteran, but the  prime minister's answer was not  in very definite terms.  Through a letter received at  Yuma. Arazona., it was learned  that War burton Pike, the noted  hunter, and Lord Osborne Beau-  clere, who left Yuma on a hunting excursion and exploring trip  down the lower Colorado, are  safe and will return iu the near  future.  Looters and ghouls receive  scanty measure of pity when  caught in Paris. They are shot  or hanged as most convenient  at once, The authorities are  using every effort to prevent an  epidemic when the waters recede  after the flood, and Paris is putting on a smiling countenance in  spite of its troubles.  The Provincial Land Surveyors at their recent meeting raised  their own wages from $15 to $20  per day. It is claimed that the  same rate of wages has prevailed  at the coast tor some time past.  How long will they maintain  this? Some cheap surveyor will  undercut rather than lose1 a job.  They should stand pat and fine  the member, s ot their union who  do not keep the rules.  The Morning Leader declares  that it is a matter of history that  the King was opposed to the  Lords' rejection of the Budget.  Arthur Edward McKenzie, the  woman beater, who resisted arrest and broke jail when caught,  got six months at hard labor on  Monday morning, Judge Hallett  presiding,   at   the   court   house.  Cam ilie Flammariou, the  French astronomer, says that the  vaprous tail of Halley's comet  will envelope the earth on May  19tb.    Some Seattle people are planning for a city that shall reach  from Everett to Tacoma. This  may be very much more than a  dream.  J. S. Deschamps of Rossland  has bought out his partner Louis  Blue after an association of many  years. Mr. Blue will move to  Myer's Falls.  The Lords Day Alliance has  succeeded in its attempt to have  all post offices in Canada completely closed on Sundays.  Orders to this effect have been  issued" by the post office department and have been received in  Nelson and in all the other towns  and cities of British Columbia as  well as the rest of the Dominion.  Asiatic Turkey had a civilization thousands of years ago. The  interior of that country is populated today by farmers, to whom  modern knives and forks are unknown; the spoons they use are  of wood and each family makes  its own.  A few minutes delay in treating  some cases of croup,- even the length  of time it takes to get a doctor oftens  proves dangerous. The safest way  is to keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the first iu  dication of croup give the child a dose.  Pleasant to take and always cures.  Sold by all druggists and dealers.  Wolves have eaten a Hungarian  baron, What else could be expected of Hungary wolves in a  barren country?  Do you know that croup cau be prevented? Give Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy as soon as the child becomes  hoarse or even after the croupy cough  appears and it will prevent the attack.  It is also a certain cure for croup and  has never been known to fail Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Gem" and "Emerald " Mineral Claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: Long Tuake  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. X. Shaw, agent  for Spencer Bennerman, Free Miner's  certilicate No. B14423, and Fred Moser, Free  Miner's certificate No. B14082, Intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining-  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant  of the above claims.  And further take notice that action undersec  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 16th day of December, A. D. 1909.  7i$:.;..:, '^ .sxiX:':$?MiM^^rM&3? --  NOTICE OF SALE  Pursuant to an order of the Supreme Court  of   British  Columbia,   made  in  aa  action  wherein  Ellse  Wennerud   is   plaintiff,  and  Slvert Dahl is defendant, which was entered  at the Registry Office at Greenwood, British  Columbia, the 3rd day of February, 1910.  SEALED TENDERS Will be received up to  two o'clock in the afternoon of the 25th day of  February, 1910, by the Registrar of thU Court,  at Greenwood, B. C, for the purchase of the  lands and premises, poods, chattels and effects  of the partnership heretofore existing between  the plaintiff and defendant, which are hereunder mentioned, the highest or any   tender  uot necessarily accepted.  Any property not sold by tender will be  offered for sale by Public Aucliou at the Court  House at Greenwood, B. C, on Monday, the 28th  day of February, 1910, by me, the undersigned.  ; The following Is a description of the property to be offered for sale, viz.:  HOTEL PROPERTY.  Loti C and 7, block 15, of the Murray Subdivision of the Town of Midway, Britisli Columbia, together with the Central  Hotel and outbuildings thereon.  ALSO  The furniture, grinds, chattels and effects now  belli? therein, heretofore used in  connection  with the partnership premises.  FARM PROPERTY.  Lot 312 S, Group 1, iu  Osoyoos Division of  Yale district, Province of British Columbia,  containing  160  acres,   situate   on  Nicholson  creek,   about  four  miles  from   Rock  Creek,  about 70 acres of which are undar cultivation  and fenced, together with  three 13) log buildings and the hay and cattle sheds thereon.  ALSO  Three hcrses and 1 colt.  Thirty head of mixed cattle.  Wagons and sleighs. '  Farming implements of all kinds now being  thereon.  Further particulars at sale, or upon application to C. J. Leggatt, solicitor for the plaintiff,  Midway, B. C.  Terms of sale, cash.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, tbe 3rd day of  February, 1910.   ���  JAMES S. BIRNIE,  Auctioneer.  No Man is Stronger  1 nan His Stomach  A strong man is strong all over. No man can be  fc'rou;) who is suffering from weak stomach with its  c(i;iM-:|lient indigestion, or trom some Other disease  '" -!-.�� s'omnch sind its associated organs, which impair-: <iii<estion and nutrition. - For when the stomach  is w :���;���!< or diseased there ia a loss of the nutrition  contained in food, which is the source of all physical  ���M.-enmli. When a man "doesn't feel just right,"  wnen tie doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable  Ic-cliiig in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing tiie nutrition needed to make strength.  finch   a  man should use  Dr.  Pierce's   Golden Medical  Recovery,   ft cures "diseases at the stomach aad other  organs of digestion and nutrition,  ft enriches the blood,  invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes  the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH AND STBESGTH TO  THE WHOLE BODY.  You can't afford to accept a ttcrtt nostrum sb a substitute for this non-  alcoholic medicine op known composition, not even though the urgent dealer  may thereby make a little bigger profit.   Ingredients printed on wrapper.  *  4*  I III fflf Hill CO  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting-, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  *  4* 4.4 4.4.4. *f. 4. *��.g�� 4.4. j| 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4��+4.+*g* 4* ���$��� ��*��� *s  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.*  OOOOOOOOOOOOOiHKKkOOOOOOOOO  St  CONTRACTOR  AMD BUILDER  Dealer in  all   kinds   of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber,  Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles,  Bricks,  Cement, Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,   - B. C.  <TH>COnoCM*K>0000<>0000000<>00<>0  \r  60 VEARS*  EXPERIENCE  It is rumoured that  the C.  P.  GREENWOOD  ana MIDWAY  TB  Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.rn. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m    with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  Snynopsis or Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY available Tominion Lands within tlie  Railway Belt lit British Columbia, may be^  homesteaded t>y any person who is the sole head  of a family, or any male over 18 years of a#e,  to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, ,  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the loca I  land office for the disrict in which the land is  situate.   Entry   by   proxy   may, however, be ���  made on  certain conditions  by    the   father, '  mother, son, daughter,  brother or sister, of an  intending homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  Conditions connected there with under one of  the following plans;  1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is de-,  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  In the vicinity of"the land entered for,   the rei  Ojlp?tnpjltajliLtnigsUleng��- j"j' /Kn nflnflnrt''t��.-l  such person residing with the father or mothers"  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence J  pon farming land owned by him in the vicin.  ity of his homestead,'the requirements as to res J  idence may Toe satisfied by residence upon the j  said laud.  Six.    motitbs' notice in writing should be given <  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands' at Ot  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for a J  period of twenty-one years at an annual reitalj  of $1. per acre. Not more than 2,560 acres slial 1 \  be leased to one Individual or company. A roy-'  alityatthe rate of five cents per ton shall be]  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W.W.CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior i  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad- {  vertisement will not be paid for.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone Bending a iketeh Mid description mnj  ouloklT ascertain onr opinion free whether nn  Invention Is Probsbljr patentable. Communications atrtetlrconfldentM. HANDBOOK o�� Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent��.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  ��p��'at notice, without oharge, lntbo  The manv Boundary friends of  Geo. McL. Brown will be pleased  to learn that lie has been  appointed European manager of  the C. P. R., to succeed the late  Archer Baker. The appointment  was made swiftly owing to fact  that Sir Thomas Shaughnessy,  president of the O. P. R., arid G.  M. Bosworth, fourth vice-president, were both in charge of the  steamship service. Mr. Brown  left Montreal  in  1908, when he  Scientific Jfmcricatn  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest olr-  cnlatlon of any scientific Journal. Terms for  Canada, IS.76 a year, postage prepaid. Sold Sj  Bll newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.a8""'*"'- New York  Branch Office. 6�� 74* Bt�� Washington. D. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: In Graham  Camp, south of and adjoining Granada  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Georire R. Nadeu,  Free Miners' Certificate No. BZJ297, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a  Crown Grant' of the above claim.  And farther take notice that action, nnder  Section 37,  must  be  commenced  before  the  issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated thlsjltii day of October, A. D. 1009.  28 GEORGE R. NADEN.  Copper  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contain J  1,500 pag-es, with nearly SO per cent!  more matter than the preceding'editionl  The chapters with mine descriptions!  and on statistics have been carefully  revised and the bulk of the matter!  therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology]  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy!  Mining, Milling, Leaching, SmeltinftJ  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities!  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countrietj  and Continents, Mines in .Detail, Ste  tisticsof Production, Consumption, In  ports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.  The Copper Handbook is concededlj  the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, itj  this new and greatly enlarged edition'  about 50 per cent, more matter tha;  the Bible���though not necessarily *.  better book because of its great bulk j  It is tilled with FACTS of vital im-JJ  portance to.  % leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  % Greenwood Office  5 NORDEN    HOTEL  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt torrj  or $7.50 in genuine full library moroccci  TERMS are most liberal. Send nf  money, but order the book sent to you  all carriage charges prepaid, on on|  week's approval, to be returned if anu  satisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Cai"  you afford not to see the book and judg|]  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and put/j  lisber, __ )|  HORACE J. STEVENS  M  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGHJ  TON, MICH., U.S.A.  <z-av*<z'^>-,-7--r ^���������^������'������7.>.V-  THE   BOOHdARY CREEK TIMES  .fMINES AND MINING |  ��'��� :���."���'���:'��� ���"���..'���_      ���  v The Van:Anda smelter'is to be remodeled and the ore; will be treated  by the oil-burning process.  ���:%r"c Rawhide, the principal mine  of the New Dominion Copper  Co.,  \ will be  on the  list  of shippers next  month.     The   mine  has  been systematically   prospected   by   diamond  -drill.  Premier McBride as minister of  mines. . Locations were made about  five years ago. The company applied for crown grants a few months  ago. The property is very valuable  as the area embraces valuable lands in  the Bulkley valley at the junction of  the Bulkley and Telkwa rivess, and  also comprised several prospective  townsites.  The annual meeting of the Le Roi  j; Mining Co. was held in London January 18.    The balance  sheet shows  "a surplus  of assets  over  liabilities of  ��29,758 6s 3d; exclusive of the mine  and smelter.    ______  Although not a record month in  point of dividends paid by American  mines and metallurgical works, The  Mining World is able to show that  36 of these totalled $8,528,485 in  the first month-of 1910. In addition  to this amount are the declarations of  four securities holding corporations,  of #1,620,781, making a total for  the month from all sources $9,803,-  767. In comparison with the same  period in 1909 this shows an increase  of three in the number of mines and  works paying dividends and an increase of #931,518 in the total  amount paid. As compared with  1908 the 1910 disbursements show an  increase of 14 in the number of companies paying, an increase of $3,730,-  | 082 in the amount paid.  Forty-two coal claims in the  Telkwa and Bulkley valleys, owned  by the Cassiar Coal company, an  I eastern corporation, of which Samuel  Barker, M. P., Hamilton, Ontario,  is jl prominent official, have been  "jumped" for alleged non-compliance with the mining regulations. It  is alleged that while the company  paid the annual license of $100 per  claim, every year continuously, devel  opment was not prosecuted as re-  .^���jtuh.cj iij layy...,-rArbipf.ficht ��� ig;'pehd.��i  ing^ and; the matter has been referred  by the  Hazelton mining recorder to  An attack of grip is often followed  by a persistent cough, which to many  many proves a great annoyance.  Chamberlain's Cough Reniedy lias  been extensively used and with good  success for the relief and cure of this  cough. Many cases have been cured  after all other remedies had failed.  Sold by all druggists and dealers.  NOT HER FAULT  DICKINSON^McCREA  When Rob Mabry and his associates in the Republic Mines Corporation took a party of investors to Republic a couple of weeks ago, they  were accompanied by their wives and  Mr. Mabry's daughter Hope, a pretty  little girl about eight years old. A  friend of her parents seated Miss  Hope on his knee and began to tease  her, calling her "Dutchy." She  protested indignantly, saying: "I'm  not Dutch. I'm English-Scotch-  Irish-American." " Dear me, what  a mixture," teased her tormentor.  "How on earth did you get so mixed  up?" "I diefn't get mixed up," she  responded. " It was my ancestors."  ���Inland Observer.  While it is almost impossible to prevent an accident, it is never impossible  to be prepared���it is not beyond any  one's .purse. Invest 25 cents in a bottle  of Chamberlain's Liniment and you  are prepared for sprains, bruises and  like injuries. Sold by all druggists  and dealers.  Miss Margaret McCrea and Harcourt P.' Dickinson were united in  the holy, bonds oi matrimony in Coeur  d'Alene City on Tuesday". January  25th. The bride is the daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrea and is  a handsome, charming and accomplished young lady. Mr. Dickinson  is well known in this city, being a  general agent in the Kootenays of the  Giant Powder Co., a member of the  Rossland - club, and a holder of a  commission of Captain of the Corps  of Gujdes. He is a generous whole-  souled gentleman who enjoys the  friendship and esteem of a large number of the residents of rCootenay,  who will be pleased to learn that he  has become a benedict. Mr. and  Mrs. Dickinson have gone to Hawaii,  where they will pass two months of  their honeymoon amid the smiling  sunny skies and tropical verdure of  these "Beautiful Isles of the Sea."  Mr. Dickinson has been promoted to  a higher position with the company  for which he has for so many years  been the Kootenay representative,  and this forces him to take up his  residence in Vancouver. As soon,  therefore, as he and his bride return  from Hawaii, they will settle down in  a pleasant home in Vancouver.���  Rossland Miner.  COMET A, 1910  Evidence of the progress of  civilization in Japan are again to  hand. Two officials have robbed  the government of $165,000.  A Builder-Are You Losintr Weight?  ''The-D. & L." Emulsion will always  help and- build you up. Restores proper  digestion and brings back health.  ^-I.lQY�� P Y_eyerydayv.; dress rj: girl,  but.':- bb! yon fancy dress peach-  erinol  BUY  IN THE)  ARGO  MINING  AND  TUNNEL  COMPANY  LIMITED.  25 Cents a Share  Capital Stock $125,000, Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each,  If troubled with indigestion", con-  stiptation, no appetite or feeling bilious, give Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets a trial and you will be  pleased with the result. These: tab  lets invigorate the stomach and liver  and strengthen the digestion.- Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  As the result of doing her husband's cooking for over a month,  the wife of a prominent citizen  is wearing "a beautiful sealskin  sacque. And as the result of a  similar experiment another one  stands a good chance of wearing  a beautiful crepe veil.  ST. VALENTINE  ^ ^ex^'tM^nday . is February 14,  St. Valentine's day. Whoever  St. Valentine was, he is reputed  to have been a Roman Bishop  way back in 271, A. D., he left  us a charming legacy in his very  name and the old, old custom of  "choosing a valentine." Whether  you send a picture postcard,~an  old time valentine, or a box of  bon-bons, the idea is the same,  it's just another of the good old  excuses to show someone you like  that you do like.  Comet A, 1910, has a tail 50,000,-  000 miles long, is the decision and  description of astronomers and scientists on Mount Wilson, who declare  the tail of the comet peculiarly constituted and thirty degrees in length.  Thirty degrees is commonly interpreted at 50,000,000 miles in astronomy. The first photos of the comet  have been obtained and are largely  satisfactory. Fifty millions of miles  would reach from the evening star,  Venus, to the earth and two-thirds of  the way back at the present date.  Just now. Venus is little more than  30,000,000 miles away. When it  gets on the other swing of, its orbit it  will be 120,000,000 miles awav. The  vagrant of the skies has, as far as is  at present known from photographs  taken, three tails. Two of them  form the brilliant appendage of "teat  length and are long and slim. To  ordinary instruments and to the naked  eye these two tails look as one. The  scientific instrument shows another  tail three times as broad as the oilier  two combined and not more than two  degrees in length. It will remain in  the heavens for two weeks longer.  ZAM-BUK CURES PILES  Evidence from all Sources  LOST IN ALASKA  Lost for 16 days in the Koyu-  kuk valley, Alaska, with the temperature 54 to 60 degrees below  zero, without food, matches; axe  or knife, Vernon Brewster, an old  time prospector and miner, was  forced to kill three of his dogs in  order to escape destruction in the  frozen wilderness. Recently  Brewster reached Nome, where he  told of his terrible experience.  SUFFRAGETTES  The militant suffragettes of old  England have decided to;- quit  their militance. Opposition to  the government will be continued  however, and suffragette*gs*MB*Mo'"  take the field in ei  to urge the el  against the goverame_  There are so many so called "remedies" for piles that' sufferers arc  often at a loss what to try. Piles are  caused by distension of the hemorihoid  veins, and the tissue becomes highly  inflamed, dry and sore. Zam-Buk cools  and soothes the inflamed tissue and  the healing essences in Zam-Buk penetrate the diseased parts, giving ease  quickly and eventually curing the  most obstinate case of piles,  Mr. George Harris, of Virden, Man,,  says: "I suffered acutely from piles,  but I am glad to say Zam-Buk gave  me ease and brought about ultimate  cure."  jlrs. S. Cooke, 468 Pacific Ave., Win  nipeg,  says:    "A  month   ago   I   was  cured by Zam-Buk of a  bad  attack of  bleeding   piles, to   which   I  had been  subject fora longtime."  Mr. Wir. .Ketity, of Upper Nine Mile  River, Hants Co., N, S., says: "1  suffered terribly from piles. The pain  from these was at times almost unbearable. I tried various ointments,  but everything failed to do me the  slightest good 1 was tired of trying  various remedies, when I heard of  Zam-Buk, but thought, as a last resource, I would give this balm a trial.  I procured a supply and commenced  with the treatment. Iu a very short  time Zam-Buk effected what all the  other ointments and medicines had  failed to do���a complete cure."  Whereever there is inflammation or  ulceration, there Zam-Buk should be  apuHed. It heals ulcers, abscesses, festering sores, cold cracks, scalp sores,  cuts, burns, scalds, bruises and all irritated, inflammed or diseased condi-  itions of the skin and subjacent tissue.  All druggists and stores, SO cents a  box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co.  Toronto, for price. Refuse harmful  substitutes.  CHINESE NEW YEAR  PORTLAND CANAL MINER  ISLE OF UNREST  A  NON-PERSONAL  LIABILITY  Now running a tunnel (in 200 feet)  under valuable claims adjoining  Greenwood Townsite on  Skylark Mountain,  OLA LOFSTAD,  President.  A. S. BLACK,  Secretary.  The British battleship Duncan,  flagship of Rear Admiral Sir  George Astley Callagan, second  iri command of the British Mediterranean fleet with the cruisers  Lancaster, Minerva and Barham,  and four torpedo boat destroyers,  has left Malta for the Piraeus,  the port of Athens, Greece, to be  ready to uphold the authority of  the powers, who are responsible  for peace in the isle of Crete.  JEFFRIES^JOHNSON  The first issue of the Portland  Canal Miner has arrived. It is  a capital paper and should have  a large circulation. It is the  only 10 cents a copy weekly published in B. C. The managing  editor is James Culljns, Publishers, P. F. Godenrath & Co.  MESSINA REVISES  The city of Messina, which  was destroyed by an earthquake  December 28, 1908, has taken on  a new lease of life. The city has  70,000 inhabitants, four-fifths of  whom were living there at the  time of the disaster. The University was reopened February 1.  Great activity prevails.  Last Tuesday was Chinese New  Year's Eve. This does not always  fiall on the same date of the year.  It depends on the sun and the  date of the Celestial Emperor's  birthday.  Like our own New Year, it is a  time of rejoicing for the subjects  of China, all over the world, and  thousands of firecrackers pro.  nounce the fact that Mr. Chinaman, when he wants to celebrate,  docs so with a vim  and  will and  jth*0��tose/fist, either. This  reSrH-Wl in the Confucian  Era, and the second in the reign  of His Majesty Soon Houng.  A LARGE  HOSPITAL  The new Sacred Heart hospital  in Spokane will be opened in  March. It cost $800,000 and took  five years to build. The hospital  is six stories high, and covers two  blocks. It has 240 rooms and 32  wards, each with a capacity of  200 beds.  MINISTER OF DEFENCE  COSTLY STATION  The great battle for the championship of the world between  Jeffries and Johnson, will be decided in the Coliseum at Saltair  Beach, 15 miles out of Salt Lake  city. It is rumored that the Mor-  man church wants the big fight  there in the hope of paying the  ��40,000 debt on the structure.  The Coliseum was built in 1908  and cost over $50,000.  King Edward, it is said, can  pick out an American woman by  looking at her back. Probably  none but an American woman  would dare tarn her back to the  king.   _.   "-From the way a man brags  around about how he puts a hook  in the clothes closet you would  think it was a flying machine he  built.  The new C. P. R. station at  Regina will cost $600,000, and  will be the finest building of the  kind between Winnipeg and the  coast. The length of the new  depot will be 480 feet, and a portion of it will be four stories  high.   MARDI GRAS  The second annual Manli Gras  racing Carnival began at New  Orleans last Saturday.  Allen's LunU Balsam is the standard  cure for Coughs and Colds in the  State* and Canada.  It is rumoured that the British  Cabinet will consider the amalgamation of the admiralty and  war office under a single minister,  to be styled the minister of defence, with a view to ensuring  greater co-ordination between the  two services.  WILL BORROW  The Brazil Government has  authorized the minister of finance  to negotiate with the Rothschilds  for a loan of fifty millions, to convert the outstanding external  debt issue at 5 per cent into 4 per  cent bearing bonds.  An angel bore dear Uncle Joe  To rest beyond the stars.  I miss him, Oh! I miss him so,  He had such good cigars.  People who argue that automobiles will do away with the  horse forget that the mouse-trap  has not done away with   the cat.  FIRE IN NEW YORK  \IS  A spectacular fire broke out,  last Saturday, on a Southern Pacific steamship pier, in New York,  The loss is $150,000.  Why does a puss purr?    For an  obyious pur-puss!  What did Oueen Elizabeth take  the pills in?    In cider!  (Trade Mart.)  Makes Solid Flesh  liecaiT o it creates an appetite.  It l.iiiMs up ihe ju.'.-'l, nr.i-doTvn  svfteiu in ;i natural w.'.y  'ride, ami ;1.(in botik-s '\-\ all ilnitf-  He sure you get the genuine.  li.-ivis .V Lxju'IkcO;.. Mor.lrtrril.  Some people imagine they  pious when it's nothing but  digestion.  are  in-  For a wife,   take  the daughter  of a good mother.  AT THE CHURCHES  Methodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct set vises in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning-, 11  a. tn.; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening.  7:30,  ,Prj6SBYTekian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted morning and  evening, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. ni. Sunday School 2.30 p. nt. Rev. J. A.  Petrie, minister.  Chicago is to have an amphitheatre with a seating capacity  of twenty-five thousand. It will  cost $9,000,000 and will be used  principally for grand opera purposes.  Some mysterious costumes are  being erected for the I. O. O. F.  masquerade ball February 14,  Keep it dark.  Cathouc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rev, J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.  paster.  Church of England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning- and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 8 a.m;  other Sundays   at   11 a. m.  Saints' Day services as announced  in  Church.  Rev. F. Vernon Venables, Vicar.  INDIES |  |�� Do you want ��lb iEngltslt initial note i  paper and envelopes to write your \  Ji letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate j  THE  Boundary  Creek  times  ^  -IS THE-  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF THE-  Bound  n nn     ct  li  U u  Send for the paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ::*w.-nw.r.  ^C;-.r.'-��'T.7  ~r;-:^j''5=^'Cr!"i323*ESSSS  It  y.i  1  i:3  CarperSweeper  -'/.s/jsa.n.' essential fo goodhousekeeping  teas! a:y otl-sr article of utility iitmyJiome  | A. L. WHITE.      The Stove and Furniture  I        Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  We have just received a  shipment of Clocks of the very  newest designs in Marbelized  Wood, Enameled ��/ood and Mis*  sion Finish, Also something  very nifty in Mantle Clocks.,  s ^        t'-1'" -^ <f&? "^ f5^     ��Tr��    il  pNL    N   f^ll^^jf   elf   1  Hiafchinaliers and Jewelers 1  ^iuiuiuuiuuiuiiiiiiiiiiicauiuuuiuuiudiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiui^  ���.-:" ���-:��� ^'yy^yXsmmmmmt  ~xr^  I 1  ILK  V,  gi  g*i  FROM  THE  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED   MILK  A SPECIALTY  reel   Jeoks,  j    -   n  rop r. I  ''-^^i^'y^r'-^^^s^jsassjs^i  ,5? .M .^J .vT. .".! .;C  �� ..M .,'1 .".5 ."^ .<���! ,/-*���  -.    U.-,v, \&   ^     i  jl Jl.�� JS ^ .�� JA .,55 .** J8 JX JX JX J6 ^* JX JX 9*,  AT   Tii'K ���         ^  ���A  >* Vv ii^ odue,  rlU I JtiLi  's.  A  >.  A  'A  A  A  j^i.p^r;  ... _ sr^n^/f"���*��of!         O  PH/V   LjAY   AND  HT  TOWN TOPICS  Bill McRride is once more back  in Greenwood.  Greenwood will celebrate the  24th of May this year.  John East was a visitor to  town this week from Midway.  F. M. Kerby, P. L. S. of Grand  Forks, was in town on  Tuesday,  John Moran was a visitor to  town on Wednesday from Danville.  C. Scott Galloway was a Grand  Forks visitor to Greenwood this  week.  Nelson beat Phoenix at hockev  last Monday on Nelson rink by  14 to 4.  Reading club will meet at Mrs.  Bunting's  at 3  o'clock    Monday  [the 14th.  The installation of the heating  plant for Greenwood school is almost completed.  The annual financial statement  of the City of Greenwood appears  this week in the Ledge.  S. F. Parrish is now assistant  general manager of the Consolidated Copper mines at Swadsea,  Ariz.  Miss Doris Fleming arrived  from Whitewater, Manitoba, on  Thursday to visit her aunt Mrs.  C. M. Shaw.  Mrs. Walter Frith, of Keremeos, who has been visiting relatives in Manitoba, returned oa  Thursday last.  Mrs. George Thompson left  last Saturday for Spokane, to  attend the funeral of her father,  W. J, Roundtree.  A popular Greenwood bachelor  who gets his mail from the Jewel  mine box is about to take a li fe  partner this summer.  Alex Robinson, o f Grand  Forks, was a visitor to town this  week. He reports , the lumber  business as being excellent.  If you want a costume for the  I. O. O. F. masquerade ball on  February 14. see C. C. Anderson,  Pacific hotel or Fred B.   Holmes.  The Greeuwood Hockey team  lett on Tuesday for Rossland to  play in the series of Carnival  hockey matches for the championship of B.C..  Thomas Jenkins, Greenwood  Chief of Police, took A. E. McKenzie, who has to serve 6  months at hard labor, to Nelson  jail, on Wednesday.  Mrs. Lvons, who has been  visiting with her son Thomas  Lyons, and his wife, at the  Mother Lode this winter, returned  to Nelson on Monday last.  Alex Miller, a very well known  Boundary mining man, who has  bee i operating for some time in  Cobalt, visited Greenwood this  week, looking up old friends  The trains arrive at the C. P.  R. depot daily now at 25 minutes  to 4 o'clock from east and west.  The mail will be made up at 3  o'clock each day from this out.  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager *  .,!* ..< ..* Jt jZ ..< JX :< ��� * S ��� < . *5 ,'* ���.  :: jt ,m ji & ..*..�� jt ,* ���* ���s jx j* ^s jl ji  ���-tc-"- *.(����-t*�� w*v*-*7*!n; r*-*^r~ ��� -*��� ��"���  '-Vix/;. .'--��*���������  E Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  ;���" Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  [., AiTivss Grsenwcocl Daily at 10 a. m.  |^       GRtErr.VOOD  OFFtCii:    L.   L.   MATTHEWS'  cigar  store  f.:: l-'!\,i:i]j:   ;:','.L':nio:i   to flvprc-.s and  Freight.  12 o'clock the happy evening  came to an end aud lent is now  the order of the day. The Geisha  girls were as sweet as ever and  their drill and singing received  much'applause.  The Greenwood ambulance  had to go to Midway on Monday  last to bring Charlie Johnson,  who was working at the Midway  coal mine, suffering from pneumonia to the Sacred Heart hospital, Mr. Johnson is now much  better and will soon be around  again.  THE TRUNK ROAD  BONSPIEL OVER  The Nelson Bonspiel came to  an end February ��, and was one  of the most successful ever held  in the Kootenays. Some splendid  games were witnessed. The 1911  Bonspiel will -be held at Cranbrook.  So long ago as the period of  the Tong dynasty 1618-907, visiting cards were known to be in  common use in China,  r  In development of the interesting and progressive policy of the  present chief commissioner pf  public works, Hon. Thomas Taylor, looking to the establishment  of a through inter-provincial  trunk road extending from the  coast, by linking up various existing road systems, to connect  with the main road system of  Alberta, a special report has just  been presented to the government  by Lewis Hind, A. I. M. M., who  was some time ago selected to  investigate geographical and engineering conditions between  Princeton and Hope. Mr. Hind  was a Boundary pioneer, and  was for some years located at  Anaconda. His report is very  full of detail and will enable the  government to decide on the best  route for the trunk road,  USE  ALLEN'S  LUNG BALSAM  At once when stacked by a Cough and  th.s avert da.'.ccrous bronchial and  pulmonary ailments   25c, 5(V.  ami $1.00 Bottles.  .Sold everywhere.  rv.V*  f;  I.AWRKNCE CO., Montreal.  FUTURE OF LORDS  WANTED  , ..'., ,. '      '    . (ii)i.'d,   live   business   of any descrip-  nllnU'll    ;l-.     I til*      <!'j!     ���":;      <   ['. i.Vi,,      V.';*1' r  ]>l.iiil ;inf! i 'Mi!];���:���.:'���>!- r.tw I'   i-;h'i!!-i i  (Hi.  I'-ir 1 prms and  t���.�� ri i<l_���.11:-1-.-, ;i i.jiiv   ti  (',.  K. i :���-,;.! .-���..'. i ;.:.,  1 Irniii^- >!.,  tiiii.     Must he n jKiviiifj proposition.  V.ANClit'VKK   IwOCATOKS,  Ivoo lilock, Vancouver, B. C.  Advertise in THE TIKES  !l!"''i:>- Kit  Sowinir   Machine   Needles   and  ->i!i-ct-   A.   L.   White,   tlie   Stove   and  I '.irnitiu't; raaii.  While moving a barrel of machine oil, Jako Saunders of the  Hunter Kendrick Co., got a free  bath, when the barrel burst, and  Copper street ran oi! for  a while.  Lost���A liberal reward will be  given bv the editor of this paper  to anyone finding a small ruby,  lost out of a rine\ at the Auditorium February 4th last. The  stone is about the size of a small  pea.  Their many friends, bade Miss  Goddard, and Miss B, Dynes  good-bye on Monday last. We  shall all miss these popular young  ladies i n Greenwood. Miss  Dynes will remain in Nelson,  while Miss Goddard will reside  in Kamloops Ior a while,  Thc promenade concert given  by the Ladies of St. Jude,s guild  at the Eagles Hall, on Tuesday  night, was a pronounced success,  After the concert refreshments  were served aud an impromptu  dance   was   much    enjoyed.    At  Opinions differ as to what is  the future in store for the British  House of Lords.  Laborites want to abolish the  upper house entirely.  Others want the veto rights of  the House of Lords on financial  legislation done away with.  The Moderates, such as Sir  Edward Grey, are for doing away  with the hereditary principle and  substitute popular election.  Proportional representation  from equal electoral areas is advocated by the Spectator.  Some change is iminent, but it  is.hard to fortell its scope.  AFTLETT MINE  Bartlett mine at Gow-  ganda, Ont., which was promoted  by George Munroe, of Marconi  wireless fame, is to revert to the  original owners. The purchase  price was a little over $200,000,  of which about 5o per cent was  paid up.  GOOD IF TRUE  FOR SALE���Furniture. Apply at  residence of F. D. Homegreen, Gold st.  For Sala or Rent���Pianos, Sewing-  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.    A.  It. White, Phone 16.  Books, and more Books. See the  display in the window this week. Price  not considered. Do you want some  cheap reading? TheO. I. C. 2nd-Hand  Dump, phone IS, A. L,. White.  VERY  LATEST  We have just received a new  shipment of  Trunks, Suit Cases,  Club Bags,.  Telescopes,  Trunk and  Suit Case Straps,  Name Tags,  Keys Galore.  The New and 2nd-Hand Store  PHONE 16  A.L.WHITE  PROPRIETOR.  Ex.Minister Capt. Tatlow is  said to be seeking re-election in  Yale. Well! He is one of the  strong men in B. C, and a strong  man is always needed and welcome.  THE INLAND HERALD  The first copy of Spokane's  new daily was received here yesterday. It is splendid. If yon  want a Spokane paper take the  Inland Herald.  HOT TURKEY  Hot turkey supper, Monday  night, at midnight, at the Pacific Hotel.  The death is announced of Col.  Sir James Hayes Sadler, K. C.  M. G., at Queen's Gate, London,  Eug., January 9th, 19L0. Sir  James was a celebrated artist and  wood sculptor, and was for years  H. B. M. consul general at Chicago.  FOR RENT  MORTGAGE SALE OF  VALUABLE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY  Under and by virtue of the Power of Sale  contained in a certain mortgage, which will be  produced at the time of sale, there will be  offered for sale by public auction, ou Monday,  the 21st day of February, 1910, at eleven o'clock  in the forenoon, by James Birnie, ol the court  house, Greenwood, B.C., the following- property:  Lots 4, S, 6 aud 7, in Block 24 (Map 24J, Town  of Anaconda, upon which is erected a one-story  dwelling house, and outbuildings and other  improvements.  For further particulars aud condition of sale  apply to "Harris & Bull, Vendor's Solicitors,  Bank of Ii. N. A. building-, Hastings street,  Vancouver, B. C; James Biruie, Sheriff, Greenwood, B. C, or E. T. Wickwire, Greenwood.  B.C.  NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE  Three room- furnished house, water  and electric lights in the house, south  of Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, we  pay water rent, $15 per month.  Vive room furnished house, water  an.l electric light in house, south of  Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, $21.50  per mouth.    We pay water rent.  Three room furnished house, by  Chas. Kinney's residenca, electric  lights and water, $15 per month. We  pay water rent.  Residence property for sale on easy  payments. A. L. WhiTK.  In the County Court of Yale,.holden at Greeuwood, between W.A.Keith andP.P. Ketchum,  trading as W. A. Keith & Co., plaintiffs, and  Hugh Cropley, defendant.  TAKE NOTICE That I have, by virtue of a  warrant of execution, issued out of the County  Court of Yale, holden at Greenwood, dated the  30th day of December, 1909, directing the sheriff of that portion of the county of Yale; not  comprised within tbe Grand Forks and Greenwood Electoral Districts, to make and levy by  distress and sale of the goods and chattels of  the above named defendant, Hugh Cropley, the  sum of six hundred and fifty-nine dollars, fifty-  eight cents ($659.58) and costs, to satisfy a judgment obtained by the above named plaintiffs  against the above named defendant for debt and  costs, taken in 'execution and will sell, at the  Court House at Greenwood, at eleven o'clock,  forenoon, on Thursday, the I7th day of February, 1910, the interests of the above named defendant in the Homestake and Wellington  Fraction irincral claims, situated at Wallace  mountain, Beaverdell, Greenwood Mining  division of Yale district, unless the amount of  said warrant and costs bas previously been  paid to me.  Terms of sale, cash.  JAMES S. BIRNIE, Deputy Sheriff.  Dated this 10th day of January, 1910.  9f^  We carry a nice line of BOY'S  �����������������  SHOES, just the thing for the  School Boy. They are- A^No, 1  goods and  PRICES RIGHT  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co, Ltd.  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES and FURNISHINGS  Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C.  PROPRIETOR  t^/t*4*��\f**V+*\*****~\****J*\t'  F,  WBMSMtfm^M  COPPER STREET, GREfeNWOOB  Ogilvie's Rolled Oats  8-lb. Sack 45c  ^3^^75H5^^?5H^i^?^^��^^^^��^\  V.  I  I  NOTICE  In the matter of the Land Registry Act, and  in the matter of the Title lo an undivided one-  third interest in Lot 1353. Group 1, ���' Palmetto"  mineral claim, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  WHEREAS, tha Certificate of Title to the  above hereditaments, bcinu Certificate No.  7658A. in the name of Moses [turns, has been  destroyed, and application has been made to  me for a duplicate thereof,  NOTICE is hereby given that a duplicate  Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments  will oe issued at the expiration of one month  from the date of the first publication hereof  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  contrarv is made to me in writing.  W.H.EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Land Registry office, Kamloops. B. C, December 30, 1909.  m.i~L**-l~--.-y-n. .!-'-..;--��� ^.r;  Just the thing  aaaamaaaMtaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataama^aaaM^aaaama^aaaamataaaaaaaWaaaa^^aaaaa  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHISKY  Greenwood Ciquor ��e��  i IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  ARE Y��H BRY?  Beer   Beer   Beer  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co.  BEER        BEER        BEER  r���v.i--r^r-=-.--T..-jrfo. ���T---**��Tr.rri,iirJtji.  I  1    JhaKiLLaili    i    liMLi        ;i      \jOl"  ge variciy to choose from  VALENTINES  Fancy, Comic and Sentimental.  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,   KODAKS  AND SUPPLIES


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