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 pi||^prp|r^pipf^M  VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C-   WRibAY,    DECEMBER  4, 1908.  <>000<>��0<>00<>0<>0<>0<>0<><>0<>00?H> 00<X>0000<>00000<>000<>0<X>00<K>  .   "3R  ���  Commencing Saturday, Dec. 5th we will place  on  Sale our entire stock of   staple   and   Fancy   Dry'  Goods.    At a discount of  25 Per Cent.  One quarter off everything- in the store���nothing-  reserved���buy your Christmas goods early, while  the assortment and sizes are complete.  BARCLAY & GO.  DRY GOODS B\)0TS & SHOES MILLINERY  o *  0000��00<KH>^/*J*b<>CW>0<>��<*tOOO<>0��0^  13  jXjXjSjXjXjXjXdX,#jXjXjXjXjXJtJtJ�� jtji,����J<jBj��jCjJjljlj��jljljlJIJIJI  ***.** ** ** *- tne *r tt-*���  tr  Xmas Goods  - -       -- M    -   i ���, ���������������.���������������irW-'M-Ti-irw-MlTinii-it���rM��������� ���*���*��� r  1 *s  ,' .    We hav;e a fine new stock of  WATCHES,  ���   CLOCK'S,  DIAMONDS,  JEWELERY,  CUT  GLASS,  STERLING   SILVER,    '  SILVER PLATED WARE.  HAND   PAINTED   CHINA  \.              j .          '     Call and see us in our new Store.   "  Satisfaction guaranteed on  all repair work.  A. Logan S* Co  Watchmakers , Jewellers  BEAUTIFUL BOUNDARY VALLEY.  KETTLE VALLEY  season the  ���  FRUIT LANDS  %&*'f**P#i jt^'wr jf iff ggjf fr jf*p*e-��p aw-jP-, <nrir ttHe-ir *> ^mmc ip <c tr~a?-tZ&-&..  0000��000000000000*>��00<>��<H>00<><><>0<^  Making a well known  Uiiderwearbetterknown  Stanfield's Under-Wear is the best  value manufactured  The only place you can secure this line is from us.  Mens Heavy Grey Ribbed, all' wool       $2.50 Suit  Mens Extra Heavy Grey, all wool 3.00 Suit.  Mens-Heavy Brown Ribbed, all wool       4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool   ��� 5.50 Suit.  The above lines are guaranteed uot' to Shrink.   *  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  '���'.--' ' .-. -        ���'���'."���.���-'- \ - i  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  ���Q    ���'���'���.'    ��� 0  <>*}><>00<>Cr(>0000000<>000<>CK>00000000<>0<>000<>000<>00000000000  >������X)0<>0OO0O<>OO<>OOO<*<)J*^^  Coughs and Colds,  Now that Winter is here you should have a bottle of  medicine handy to check and break up the cough,  that this season always brings. *  THOMAS'  '*    Syrup of Syrupof  VWiite Pine & Tar      Linseed, Licorice  Compound, and Chlorodyne  ���'*',��� ARE EXCELLENT REMEDIES,  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  The Store of Quality;  Next Door to Post Office.  0 ���',���������- ' 5  <*0<K>��000<><>0{><K>0<>0<>000<^^  ' .-���'.    ..-.��� '   '     y      -,        \.  The cut we print today is from  a number of pbotcs of the properties of the Kettle Volley Fruit  Land* Co., of Midway, and gives  a fair idea of what the Valley of  the JKettle river is like.  . '      ' *s.    ���  Lyings between' the rolling  bunch-grass hills, partly timbered  and partly prairie, with a charming little river of - the clearest  mountain' water ' meandering  through the lower lands/the Kettle Valley presents a picture that  the memory will retain. ���"��� '  Picturesque and pleasing though  it is, and poisewed *f a - climate  .whichcannotb^excelle4iiitt��iany:  northern latitude, this delightful  stretch of country is as yet but  very Sparsely populated, though  it will at an early day be the  happy home of many people who  are looking for a pleasant and  profitable place te live.   '������;���'���-  About two year's ago the Kettle  Valley Fruit Lands Co. purchased  about 4,000 acres of land in the  valley commencing at a point six  miles from Midway on the Great,  Northern Railway and embracing  ail the arable land te within four  miles of Myncaiter on the same  railroad.  They hare already constructed  some five miles of ditches and  flumes, thereby placing 1,000  acres under irrigation; and when  the ditches under way have been  built they will have in all about  2.800 acres under a direct and continuous water supply, all fenced  aad sub-divided into from ten to  twenty acre plots to be sold te the  tbe many inquirers for first-class  fruit-orchard lands.  jSeveral hundred acres haye already been disposed ot to people  from other parts of B.C., from  the prairies, and from the British  Isles,   and   the   company  have  average  fain-fall   is  about fifteen inches.     >  One notable feature qf the district is the almost en^rl absence  ef winds���the winter is steady  and the weather beautiful and  clear, while in the setter it is  never too hot au4 ta.f ^evenings  are always cool. '^  Tbe soil is splendidly-) adapted  for the growing ot yegotables. as  well as fruit, and ampjr^g the products ef tbe locality.T^tfis year is  500 tons of potatoes, ei �� very superior quality for which' a ready  market is found in thi mining  camps of the Boundary. '<  The Passing of a fHoneer  ' Nels Demars, one of the oldeat  of the'old-timers of the*  died at Nakusp last Tuesday at  the age of 83.  He was a native of Qaebec,  coming to B.C. in 1857, and after  the Big Bend excitement in 1866  he made his headquarters chiefly  on Arrow Lake.  Nels Demars was the chief witness against MenryRose who was  ���* \ *  hanged at Nelson in 1903, and by  whom he was dangerously wounded at the time Rose-killed his  partner Cole.  -. Looking for a Job.  Peter Yob, an excitable individual but recently arrived from tbe  land of Francis-Joseph, wandered  down the hill from Phoenix,on  Wednesday. looking for , work,  though his armament wou'd indicate that he' was an Havtian  revolutionist.  He carried a derringer that  looked like a relic of the Yankee  war all loaded up and capped, and  this was supplemented by a.brand  new Savage rifle. ,;.  When he refused 1:o pay for  his entertainment at a city hotel  he proceeded to present bis persuasive implements with the result that he quickly found" himself in the city-lock-up minus his  lery and all desire for further  trouble.  Yesterday the Cadi made a  special ten-dollar assessment on  "Peter's finances, and confiscated  the ancient weapon which will  be added to the collection of curios in the City hall:  City Council  The couucil met- on Monday  evening, all members being present  except Alderman Wilson.  The water committee reported  that the reservoirs were overflowing but there was no pressure and  thought that the trouble was iu  the Lynn creek outlet having become covered v ith leaves.  The chief of i he fire department  wjib instructed to enforce the fire  bylaw aud report to the committee  within forty ei^bt hours.  The matter of changing the location of the light upon the Mother  Lode road was left with the committee, with power t<> act;  A court of revision for the voters  ii.-t was appointed, and the date of  sitting will be December 21st.  The following accounts were or-  desed paid: C. J. McArthur, 8109;  A. A. Frechette, 8100.  Council adjourned to Dec. 14..  There With the Goods,  Proposed Legislation,     '  The cabinet will hold almost  daily sessions from now till the  meeting of parliament for the  consideration of ministerial legislation. This will include amendments to the Insurance act, the  promised legislation for, the rearrangements of the boundaries  of Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec  and a bill to forbid the giving or  accepting of secret commissions  on government and private business  Customs' , Revenue.  trip to his old home in the east,  but returned about three months  ago and settled at Nakusp with  Visions of the gold that he would  dig when the spring came in the  mountains he knew so well.  Hazen Loses Ground,  The bye-elections in   Northum-  berland and   Carjeton  Counties,  New Brunsmick, resulted in a re-  Last spring the old man took a|verse:to both the   Conservative  Medals for Fruit  At the Colonial Exhibition in  London Canadian fruit won many  medals for superior recognition.  British Columbia's awards were a  gold medal and ten subsidiary  medals.-.  Gold, medals were awarded to  B.C. apples and the New Brunswick and Ontario collections of  fruit.  candidates  In the general provincial election last March the Conservatives  carried these sents by majorities  of 1,500 and 500 respectively.  In Carleton county where the  government had a great majority  last March, C. W. Upham, liberal, won by 147 oyer W. J. Owens,  conservative. Two more vacancies are imminent in Kings and  Albert counties but the government will hardly open these constituencies at present.  The customs revenue of Canada  for November totalled $3,790,052,  a decrease of $1,167,953. For the  first eight months of the fiscal  year the customs revenues totalled $30,969,243, a decrease of $10,-  331,527.  That Greenwood enjoys a measure of protection from fire second  to no other place in the country  was again demonstrated on Saturday last at the blaze in .he  Midway Stage stables.  Starting from the stove in the  front of the stables, with no oi e  at band, the fire crept the whole  length of the building a'nd was  bursting through 'he roof when  .first observed. .  Tar-paper, hay and other highly inflammable material  on  the  premises gave every prdmise*of a  serious fire, but   the   quick   and'  effective work^of the nearest tm. .  ergency reel,   supplemented in a  very few minutes by the   regular .  lines of hose and the   whole   fire  company, would make one wonder  if under ordinary conditions a fire  could ever get a real  good   start  in Greenwood.  The building is owned by E..  Scott Galloway, of Grand Forks,  and was damaged to the extent  Of perhaps $100. while, the damage to rigs, robes, etc., will probably amount -to $75.  Card of Thanks  Jerome McDonell wishes to  thank the members of the fire  brigade and the citizens of Greenwood and Anaconda for their  prompt assistance at the fire in  the Midway Stage Stables last  Saturday.  Hudson Bay Railway.  Reports received by the railway  department are that rapid progress is being made by the surveying of the proposed route of  the Hudson's Bay railway. There  are at present four parties in the  field, consisting in all from 70 to  100 men engaged iu the surveying of probable allernate routes.  It is anticipated that the engineers will be in a position to make  a report on which practically a  definite conclusion may be based by the end of February, for  presentation to parliament.  Officers of Midway K. of P.  "The   following   officers   have  been elected for. the ensuing term:  Y.C., G Bubar. >  Prel., S. Crowell.  M. of W., E. Oldendorff.  ;./���    K.R. & S.. S. G. Stooke.  M. ef P., D. G: Tamblyn.  "if. of E., F. Stevenson.  M. of A, P. Heilscher  I.G., C. Melville.  O.G., B. Logan.  Bad Times at Prince Albert  An epidemic of diptheria has  broken out in tbe lumber camps  near Prince Albert. Three are  quarantined and some eight men  are laid up. The unemployed  question is serious. Mayor Macdonald has wired all over notifying mea not Co come. Over a  hundred men have applied tp one  company offering to work for  their board. -, J  ��� December 4.*01  ...       A   ,-- ( ,   ,j    The Hogg silver medal on  ao  planted   out   175   acres of   fruit' ,������ ���_���, J*%, v.  ^     , -, r*  r i les went to N.B. Kamloops, Kas-  lo, Lytton, Spenca's Bridge, Victoria, Salt Spring, Saaimerla*a4  carried off tnedals in silver and  bronze proving beyond a question  the justice of l.C's claims as a  fruit-growing country.  trees themselves.  Many varieties of fruit have  been grown with marked succtts,"  including pears, plums, peaches,  apricots, quinces, cherries, apples,  grapes, besides vegetables ot all  kinds.  The varieties of apples most in  favor are the Jonathan, Wagner,  Wealthy, and Mcintosh Red, and  the fruit display from this section  shewn at the Nelson" fair by Mr.  D. R. Tait, resident manager, received a groat deal of favorable  comment, being quite equal to  the best shown there in color,  flavor, and size.  The soil for the most part is a  sandy loam and on the benches  will grow fine fruit without irrigation, as in the  fruit-growing  Arctic Mail by Dog Train  Winter mail for th* arctic circle left Edmonton Dec. 1st by a  dog train, escorted by mounted  police and the Hudson Bay company officials. The most north-  era destination is Fort Macpherson, on Peel river, 1500 miles  north of Edmonton. The trip  will require three month's time.  There is nearly 1000 pounds in  the consignment, including 886  pounds of newspapers and magazines, some of them for the San  Francisco whalers, who are wintering in the north.  . December  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  Tbe following UWe Rivea the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906,1907,)9 Ct) as reported to the Greenwood Times-  Past  MlRB. 1900       1901       1903        1903        1904        1905       1906        1907        1908   Week  Granby Mines.... 64,513   231,762   309.858   393,718   3*9,103   653^89   801,404   613^3?     906,427   20,037  Snowshoe      ��7     1,741    20,800    11.212           8.426   135.WI        26,276 2JH0  B. C. Copper Co....  Mother Lode....    5.340    99,034   141,326   138.079   174,298   147.576   105.9OC   208,231     282.U93   9,978  Al iAT a a   aaa a a  -* ���  c:.  B. C. Mine  Tflm*na.      ,  Oro Denoro.   Jtonule Belle   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.  Idaho.   Rawhide   Saaset   Mountain Rose.  Athlestan   Morrison   R. Bell.   Senator.   Brey Fog-Is.   No. 37...   Reliance   19,494  Leader Borden and B.G, Politics  In an interview in the Winnipeg Free Press the Hon. Walter  Scott, premier of Saskatchewan,  refers to the part played by Mr.  R. L* Borden in1 B.C. politics, in  the following concise and appro- snipunr Kin*  priate terms. Mr. Scott says :  "R. L. Borden ;is entitled to a full  share of credit for the election  verdict ot British Columbia. Mr.  Borden1 is also entirely, welcome  to all the satisfaction which he  can extract from it. The verdict  condemns a policy on the Japanese immigration question which  was admittedly dictated by tbe  interests of the British empire,  which was followed at the express  desire, if not the direction, of the  imperial authorities. The verdict in addition condemns Laurier for acting upon the recommendations of the provincial premier's conference in settling the  provincial subsidies question."  1,200  47,405  650  802  550  14,811  8,530  19,365  22,937  15,537  37,960  16,400  9.485  3,007  20  1,488 1,712  11.804- 18^74  3.177     14,��81  7,45s     15.731  Winnipeg-   Golden Crown....  King- Solomon...  Big- Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris ....  Jewel-   Rirerstde,   Canal.   Sally   ,.  Hamster   [Batcher Boy   Duncan.   Providence.   Klkhorn   Strathmore.   Goldon Eagle ....  Preston.   Prince Henry ....  Skylark   Last Chance   E. r. D. Mine   Bay-   Mavia.   Don Pedro   Ceascent.   Helen   Ruby   Republic   MiscelllaeeoBfi...  1,076  2,250  160  1,040  875  66S  2.000  360  150  785  625  482  iow  890  219  5,646  3,339  560  363  2,435  32,350  3^070  3,250  1.759  4JK  3.4S0  222  364  33  55,731 140,626    2,960  25,106 26,032  3.056 48^90  4,747 3^56  1,833  43,295  12A3  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  63,882       K48  4,870  11.971  3,450  398      9  33  150  993  400  167  3.230  80  3,4��6  32S  500  79  726  325  52  50  300  60  750  30  145  770  150  20  535  689  2S6  73  20  40  .90  80  20  500  586  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  539  45  90  (3  40  700  30  55  60  224  30  120  ....S3  ToUl.tons.  96.600   390,800   50^876   690.119   S29,K*   933,54* 1,161,5371.143,237      Smelter  treatment���  Granbv Co_    62.387   230.828   212.340   401,��21   590.252   687.98H   S28.879   637,626    914,177   23.252  B.C. Copper Co    _     117,611    141,600   162.913   219,48+   210.830   123.840   3*l,-��52      338,555     12,604  Dom. Cop. Co,._      132.570        30.930     84,059   218,811    ls3,439      22J42       i-Vll reduced... 62;389   348,439   460,940   697,404   837,660   9H2.8771,172,4031,233,017  m  .V/V^W  1  i:**m  y-^m  ���   y-y-.-'jii��  ���s:?-:%0  '0. y^y^M  '   -.' '���   :VilP  y^Mimm  ���'���7xm0m  ������^y^7:7m  ���y yv.:'.7;K-;^?$S3i  -���-:yyym  :7%��fo  '-:' ^l7.^:^$��P  .7^0WM  ' - ��� iprlpif  ��� ���'.'������������yySmM  ��� :������������ yv'sy^  -yyymm  ^'���?$W%  '������7777W'  ."J  3  .1  r-*l  f^stMf^i^i-'-���-  (���1  ���:;4%ti  <    I  4  m  7M  m ISSfii^lfv
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Rest $11,000,000:
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.
UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98
Hon. President:    Lohi. bTwrncoK. AK1, Mcu^-r Kovai.. G. C. M. G.
President:   Sik Gkokge A. Dkukuonij, iVc(.^1;•<:'■    ..
Vice-P resident and General Manager :    L. b. u.oubTON.
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Buy   and sell Sterling Eachang-e aud Cable Tra.ix.ers : Grant Commercial an
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SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at curreut rates
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will go over toAthe February sittings. •■-,;'
American lumbermen are looking- for limits on the coast.
Keremeos   is   importing- vegetables from ible U.S. *
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startir.g S.r-** •!*;?. /\<?•-"••">:*nts for the:** in this Bank,
Grand Forks proposes   to have
a hockey club.
Tlie B.C. Government is contesting the rights of the Dominion
to lands in the   railway  belt and
the   three   million   acres in
Peace River district.
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A gold dredge operating on the
Fraser river, below Yale, was carried away by a freshet and is said
to be so stranded on a sand-bar
that it will be impossible lo salye
her.
Penticton will.have a branch of
the Uank of Hamilton.
there whew it is needed.
\\.ur  helps • the
jl lines
and th" mo-icy will
Interest -yA.'.-:7   I-'o-.tr
balance ere v.
Greenwood BrancrwH. F. STOW, Manager,
The C.P.R. S.S Glenfarg has
arrived at Victoria with acargo
of silk, seal-skins, and sea-otter
pelts valued at SI.500,000.
Russell King has bonded his
ten miles of dredging- ground and
two modern dredges on Walker'?
Fork in the Fi»rt y-mile"c >unirv
for $500,000 to Dawson Bros.,
managers of the Alaska Consolidated Gold Dredging Co.
Twenty-nine stamps ;n-e now at
work at the Queen mine at Salmo
Development work in the White
Horse district shows enormous
possibilities for that part of B.C.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
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Barrister, Soucitok.
Notary Ptbi.ic.
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occupying the cer.ire of the stage
when the climax is reached."
But which of them will occupy
the centre v.-hen the climax is
over would be an interesting
guess.
The sawmills of the Trail
Lumber Co., at Paulson, B.C.,
are now running to full capacity.
£?&*5£&   BOUNDAKV   VALLEY    LODGE
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Boundary Creek Times
Issued Every Tridav
Bounflaiy Creek Printing and PnblishlBi!
CO.. I.IM1TKD.
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FRM»aV.   DKC EYliKK 4  l"l)S
A NEW DEPARTURE.
The r fficial figures foi the year
ending June 30, 1908, show that
the revenue of British Columbia
amounted to S5,*J7S,000 and the
expenditure S4.520 000 leaving a
surplus of SI,458.000.
Some of ihis money might be
spenh o advantage in the Boundary country.
Thev Crnver tion ' of .Public
School Teachers at Revelstoke
had a heated discussion over the
flag question, and the absurdity
of the thing is only equalled by
the old fellow back in Bruce, who
in speaking of the "Ross Bible"
dispute, expressed his opinion
that the./'Holy Bible" was the
only Bible that should be used
in the schools.
R. Marpole, general executive
assistant of the C.P.R., with H.
J. Cambie, consulting engineer,
and H. E. Carrie, engineer-in-
charge of the Nicola-Penticton
survey, have completed their trip
of inspection'bf the proposed line
ard have returned-to tbe Coast.
Tbe distance'is ISO miles and a
week was taken to cover the distance.
An explosion in the Maria-nna
mine, Pa, resulted in the death
of 125 men.
The Badge of Honesty ,
Is on evei;y -wrapper of Doctor PierceJjB
Golden Medical Discovery because a. full .
list of the ingredients composing it is
printed tlicre in plain English. Forty
years of experience has proven its superior .
•worth as a blood purifier and invigoratt
ing tonic for tho euro of stomach disorders
and all liver ills. It builds up tho rundown system as no other tonic can in
which alcohol is used. The active medicinal principles of native roots such as
Goldenseal and Queen's root, Stone and
Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Bfack
Cliurrybark are extracted and preserved
by tho use of chemically pure, triple-
re ii ni'd (jl y ccritie. Send to Dr. H. V. Pierce
at Buffalo, N. Y., for free booklet v/hicb
quotes extracts from'woll-rocognlzod med-
ic:tl authorities such as Drs. Bartholow,
King, Scudtfcp, Coo, Ellingwood and a
host of othejs; showing that these roots
can be (Uipwidcd upon for their curative
action if.all weak states of the stomach,
accompwiied by indigestion or dyspepsia,
as well-^5 in/all bilious or liver complaints
and in arfl/Avastlng diseases" where thoro
Is loA/i^rtesh and gradual running down
ortl^'slrength and system.
Tlu;"OoUlpn Medical Discovery "makes
rjch.V'ili-. Mood an<V so invigoratns..and
^.^iTi:u.^rfuTstc)iiint-li, liycr .and~l;yi,y.-»-T^
aj'lTj l'"'"o.plfo l-l'PPti Xh°; whojo systom.
TkTtsaiTsUin airections,blotches,plmploa
and criiptious as well as scrofulous swel-
liii;,'- .lijiI old oiicn running sores gr ulcers
rro ;-un:d nnd healed. In treating old
1 ,rmini; .^ores, or ulcers, it is well to in-
sun'. their healing to apply to them Ur,
] 'ierw.'s AU-IIeallng Salje. If your druggist -Jon't happen to havo this .Salve in
Stock, si>ml iifty-four cents in postngo
stampsVr Dr. It. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel
aiid Siu-L'ii-al Institute.Buffalo. N. Y., and
a large box of tho "All-Healing Salve"
will reach vou by return post. ii,.kil    ■,„   ...
You can't, afford to accept a secret nos-   tactK tX plves hn" refl-ardi
trum as a substitute for this non-alcohol ic.
medicine  ok known  composition, not
even   though   the urgent   dealer  may
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HANDBOOK. I and 7.30 —   Rev. M> D- ^ Pas.y
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(New Edition   issued March, 1908.)
Si>.e :   Octnvo.. Pafjes :   1228.'■
Chapters : 25. - Mrthodist—Rev.   W. J, RutherF.irl
Scone: The   Copi>er .Industry   of   the "n a- • ,„:n ,„.-.*    ... ! ■
''     ,. • «. A., will conduct set vises, as usual  at
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Covering-; Copper History. Reolofry,   ^e1:*,od,st Chnroh morning and even,-nif'
Gtfograj'hv,   CbenT-.tr)'.   Mineralolfjy, •
Mining, Milling, Leaching-, Smeltinc, I
Refining1, Brar.ds, Grades, Impurities,
Alloys, Uses,.Shosututos,Terminology
Deposits by Districts, States,Countries
and Continents, Mines in Detail, Stat-
is-tics of Production, Consumption, im
ports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,
eic.
Tlie Copper Handbook is concededly
the
Services   every  Sunday, morning and
Stiuday School at 3.
CATHowc-Church   oi.  the   Sacred.
Heart.—Div
ine  service  lstj thirda'rid
Seven g-ohl -bricks of an ag-grt-
tfate v,i!u't! of $15,000 passed
through Nelson banks last month.
thereby make a little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to"* take
as candy. - v  .,
Hon. Edgar Dswdney. former
Lieutenant Governor of B.C., has
left tor an extended visit to England.
J, G. V. Field J.-hnson,a prominent citizen of Vancouver, is
dead.
The Royal City planing mills,
of Vancouver, destroyed bv fire
last week afnd valued at $100,000,
will be rebuilt as soon as the insurance can be .adjusted by the
underwriters.
The   Handy mine,   at Gerrard.
has closed down for the winter.
r
The indications are that there
will be. considerable activity
among the hit>h grade properties
along'the South Fork of Kaslo
Creek this winter.
The Hampton,nearSlocan City,
has been bonded.
John H. Wrav( died in the
Phoenix hospital from injuries
received in a fall ai the Granbv
mines.
Pacific
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The Pacific is the  Headquarters
for Commercial and Mining- Men
Is steam heated, electric lig-hted;
tbe rooms are large and cosy.
The   Miner   needs  the book for .the
cology,
Copper
fourth Sunday in ^each month. / Holy
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tion at 7:30 p. m:; Sunday schoola*
2:30 p.m. Rrcv. J. A. Rkdard, «■>. M. I*
pastor.
Chukch of England (St. Jude's)^—
Every Sunday, Morning- and evening.
Mati.is, 11 a. ni.    Evensong', 7:30 p. tn.
Sunday school,   ,10a m    HjIv C-»m—
mm)ion, 1st  Sunday at  8 i'ltif   other;
Sundays   after Matins at  11a.m.
Saints'   Day  services  as announced
in   Church.
Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.
A Cobalt prospector was arrested in Toronto with a trunk full
of high-grade ore.
There are four candidates   for
the mayoralty of Vancouver.
Contemporary with the visit of
our provincial finance minister to
England, the "London Times" it-
publishing advertisements which
contain many pretty compliments
to the alertness, the wisdom   and
the   far-seeing statesmanship of
"the first   Conservative   government that B.C. has ever had."
As a political move the idea is
a shrewd one, for it has required
no unusual effort for the Conservative press to make these words
of purchased praise appear as
voluntary expressions of opinion
from that great British journal.
Whether the investment will
prove profitable to the t people of
B.C. who haye to pav for it is a
question ; but we are satisfied to
think that the prestige of tbe
"Thunderer" will not be enhanced by the selling of its advertising space for the advancement of
party interests in B.C.
It is quite evident that the
"London Times" cannot establish
it's own bureau of Canadian information any too soon.
It is greatly to be regretted
that a section of the B.C. press
should see fit to put obstacles in
the way of the transportation of
our Hindoo coolies to a more congenial climate for them.
These big stories of bombs,
and bribes, and protests, which
are being published broadcast inJ
the province serve to show to
what lengths some of our patriots
will go in order to serve their
own ends and to embarrass the
good intentions of the Dominion
government.
Six car-loads of wood-pulp machinery have arrived at New
Westminster for the Port Mellon
pulp works at Howe Sound.
The B.C. fruit-grower's association will endeavor to drive out
foreign-grown fruits from the
prairie markets.
Gen. Botha'has signed the decree that'the Chinese must leave
the Rand, and the work will be
done bv negro natives.
There is a great demand in
China for lead. It is used in- several Chinese manufactures, but
chiefly for lining tea chests for
export.
Arlington Hotel
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The Best Cuisine between
Winnipeg- and the Coast,
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Mining-, Copper Dep'sit
Mines,
The Metallurgist needs the-book   for
tlie fac»s >t gives him. re ardtng cop
per milling,  leaching-,. sm'Hi  jr,   and
refining. .      ,-       ■
The Copper Consumer needs the book
for every chapter it contams. It tells
what and explains how and why.
The Investor in Copper Shares   cannot afford to be without it.    The   Cop-
i per Handpook c ives statistics and gen
i^eral information on    one   band,   witb
: thousands of detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper
mines of the entire world;  and the  40
pat;es of condensed  statistical   tables'
ah>ne are. worth more than   the   price
of the book to each and every owner of
copper mining shares.
Price : $5 00 in Buckram with gilt
top, or $7.50 in'full library morocco. I
Terms : The most liberal. Send no
money, but order the book-sent you,
all carriage chatges prepaid, on one.
week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits Can
you afford not to see the book and judge
for yourself of its value, to you ?....
WRITE NOW to the editor arid publisher,
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The Convent is large and  eomttiod'
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The course of study comprises Christ?
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lars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.
Prince Rupert now has a Board  The  Arlington   is   centrally
of Trade and  a
Brigade.
Volunteer   Fire
Although about the last to admit it the Colonist says that "Mr.
Templeman has been an efficient
head of his department, and that
it had no fault to find with Mr.
Templeman as a man or a minister."
This great journal of the
phantom ships also expresses the
opinion that either Mr. Smith or
Mr. Sloan would make a, com'pe-
tent minister.
All of which means that the
Victoria Tories are very sorry,
and after all, would like to see
somebody at Ottawa who would
speak a word for Victoria.
Kootenay is to have a religious
revival in the spring under the
auspices of the Presbyterian
church.
Delegates to the number of 200
attended the local option convention at Vancouver.
M. J. McCaul has Been appointed inspector of railway accidents
for Alberta and B.C.
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Trade is paralyzed at McLeod
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The Best Appointed Work-
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England's first woman   mayor
has been elected for Aldeburgh.
An exchange tells us that "som-
sensa'ioual changes in politica1
parties in C-inada are about due.
and it will be strange indeed if
men like Hon. R. McBride and
Sir C. H. Tupper are   not   found
The Ladysmith Chronicle tells
us that the Conservative nominee
for N inaimo "cannot see his way
clear to stand for election."
And that is all the Chronicle
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just at present.
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German merchants are asking  for a penny-postag-e rate to the  United States,  Dr. Ernest Rutherford, a former professor of McGill, and director of the Physical Laboratory  ���it Victoria College, Manchester,  has been awarded the Nobel  prize iu chemistry. Dr. Rutherford has won renown for the detection of a single atom of matter.  Melville-Harbottle, late Collector of Inland Revenue, who was  serving time at Edmonton for  misappropriation of government  tunds, has died in the penitentiary.  ���      '..���"'.  London Toronto, Monfrea!,Wlnnlpe��. Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary  ' For Sale By'  THE   HUNTER-KENDRICK   CO,,   LTD,  Viscount Yenomoto, the founder of the Japanese navy is .dead.  The British steamer Sardinia  burned off the island of Mai ta  with the loss of 100 lives, including Oapt. Chas. Littler, who perished at the helm trying to guide  the craft to shoal water.  The Edmonton' street railway  service which began operations  last month is proving a big success, and an interurban service  between Edmonton and Strathcona will be started this week.  President   Castro, of Venezula.  is on his wa.y to Europe.  Francis J. Heney has so far recovered as to be able . to take an  automobile ride.  The Turks nre boyco'.ti-ig Austria.  V/ork on the Panama canal has  passed its highest pomt and the  tenduicy now is to reduce the  force employed.  5? tr 'Pn '.vi <'\ r>. ?<,-?*, at J*  ��� <���  .-.- 'i .-���  P-A  W(D)M����ir.. Wmp��tc  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining. District.  ���f The Tinies. has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  T The Time? is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  |T>e Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  .SEE IF IT CAN'T.  Ray Lampherewas foi.ud guilty of arson in the Guinness case  id Ihd.  From'the 1st of April to the  end of October 434 Japanese entered Canada compared with 6,549  last year. The decrease is di ���  to the arrangement of Hon. Mr.  Lemieux with the Japanese government to restrict immigration.  A wireless message from Japan,  5,000 miles distant, lias been  picked up at San Francisco.   '  :.<? . BulbSSeeds, Trees.  |     Mints:, for "Ft  Catalogue  Free  M. J.  HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  Planting  Over two hundred cases of  typhoid fever are reported from  Pembroke, Ont. ^  "Swift-water" Bill Gates, has  married his fourth wife, a young  lady from Spokane.  Salt Lake City had a snowrfall  of 19 inches.���  The'elecfeions in Cuba passed  off peacefully and the experiment  of self-government tinder the administration of Gov. Magoon  gives promise of being a success.  - An agreement has been reached  between the U. S. and- Japan for  the maintenance of the status quo  in the Pacific and the guarantee of  the.territorial integrity of China.  The Lake Superior branch of  the G.T.P. bas been opened for  traffic between West" Fort and  Lake Superior Junction, a distance of 188 miles.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby griven'-that the time for  the reception of tenders for Vernon, B.C.  Public Building- has been extended to December  30lh, 1908. .. \  Plans and specifications are also to be seen at  Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.  By Order,  NAPOLEON TESSIER,  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, November 20th, 1908  Renewal of Hotel Licence-  Take notice that I,Evan O. Lewis.of Boundary  Falls, B. C, intend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at. the expiration of  one month from date hereof, for a renewal of  in7 Hotel Licence for thepremises known as the  Smelter Hotel at Boundary Falls B/C.  Dated this 29tn Oct. 1908,  .  Signed, E. O. Lewis  Estrayed���A black horse, with  left hind foot white, white face ;  box brand on the left hip ;' weight  about 1,150. When found had  halter on. Strayed in about two  months ago to Gillespie, near  Bridesville, B.C.  IM,ll>IMMMIMMH>Mlt>  SAYS TUB IS WBST  The British House of Lords  has rejected the Government's  licensing bill.  T. Mayne Daly has been re-appointed police-magistrate of Winnipeg.  Lord Roberts calls for a standing army ot one million men.  There are six penetentiaries in  Canada with 1,600 prisoners, an  increase of 10 per cent, in four  years.  ��� leading haatik {Moulin answer-  ',  iag tt�� qairiintt, Mwl��i U tea best  ���'  pnmtwtha i* ahaaa aad parity tbe  blood t* priatafa* MHtiuM the  foBowiag i  mold Jbctnot Doadafioa one ounce;  Otwnpomaii 8s la tome, on* ounce;  Gonpoosd fir/rap SHMptriUa, four  Baaka wall aad aaa in toaopoonf ul  dom affmr aatik ami aad at bedtime.  A well-known physician states tbat  theee ar* kanakas YegetaMa ingre-  dieaea, wkioh can be obtained atom  any food jpMaeription pstawuacy.  laia vakttaxa will olean the blood  of afl tnrparttaa. In jvat a few days  ta* aUn begins to dear of sores, boils  and pimples. It pute vigor and  eaaagf into run-down debilitated  man and women. For many years  rWssjftarfUit alone baa been considered  a goad blood medicine. But while  it nottk np and made new blood, the  imparities remained within and the  good accomplished was only temporary. Sarsaparilla, however, when  used in oomHnation with Compound  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  works wonders. Thia combination  pats tho kidneys to work to filter  and sift out the waste matter, uric-  acid, and other imparities that cause  disease. v It makes new Uood and  relieves rheumatism and lasae back  and bladder troubles.  MUMMMMMOOMOMM  "For-three long months 1 was not able to attend to my own  'needs; and for three weeks the eczema on my hands was so bad that.  I was unable to feed mysclt I bad to be fed as one feeds a baby,  because 1 could not hold knife, fork, spoon or cup." So says Miss  Violet McSorley, of 75, Core Street, iault Ste. Marie, in telling how-  Zara-Buk cured b>r of eczema. She adtis.: " Hands, wrists and arnis up  to the elbows were covered with ecsenia. The itching and the soreness were  nigh unbearable. Aa the. disease developed, the skin actually peeled off  leaving raw sores. The palms, fingers, backs of my hands aud wrists  were all in this shocking state, and I was forced to sit in agony  all the while."  '* The raw sores "were soon in a foul condition, and my finger nails, all  except two, fell off. During the different stages of my trouble, I sought  the advice of three different doctors and received treatment, but although  getting slight relief at first there was no cure. Amputation v/as at one  time thought necessary but the timely introduction of Zam-Buk prevented  tkis fearful ending." ' -    '  "Zam-buk was recommended br \ fn'.'id and we bought a supply.  The first few applications nave i^on 'tfiti* --.ase, but'it was not until I had  continued with it for some time that I felt ft decided improvement.  After that my cure went on 'quickly. Zam-Buk did what everything  else had failed to do. Now my hands and aims are quite freed from the  terrible eczema." .  Are vou Buffering from skin disease ?   If so, take Miss McSorley's ,  advice andtry Zam-Buk. ���  RAILW A '&.  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Low Round Trie Rates to  ONTARIO,   OUEBEC   AND  MARITIME    PROVINCES  Tickets on sale December 1 to Dec. i\.  inclusive, ffood lo return within   trite-..'  months.  Tickets issued in  connection   Atlan'ic  Steaituhip   business   wiil   be ou   sple  from Nov. 21s,and limited to five otoliths  lrom date of issue.'  Finest Equipment.    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FREE TRIAL BOX  Send thin coupon and  a lo. t-tamp to Zam-Buk  Co, Toronto, and a,  dainty trial box of  Zam-Buk will be mailed you:  iaiiiB:uk  ��9  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal^  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910,  Snynopsis of Canadian Mh-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY even-numbered' section of Dominion  -"��� Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting18 and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteaded bv any. person who is ibe sole  bead of a family, or any male over SS .years ol  age, to the extent of oue-qqarter section if 150  acres, more or less.  Application tor entry mast be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land Affenc  or Sub-agency for tbe district in wliich tbe land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father n'nttier. son. danpli'er, brotheror  sister of an i.jti-ndliitr homesteader.  Duties���J. At least six montX's* residence  upon aad colin-ation of tbe land lo each year  for three yea's.  2. v A homirsieader may. if he so desires, per  form the. required rcsidence>dut>es \>y living on  farming land owned eolely by him, not lews  thnn eighty (SO) acres in extent, in tbe vicinity  of his hott estead. He may also do go by living  with father or mother, on certain condition  joint ownership in land will not meet this requirement.  _ 3, A homesteader intending to perforn. bin  residence ditties in accordance with the above  while living with parents or on farming, land  owned by himself most notify the Agent for the  district of such intention. '  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this   ad  vertisement will not be paid for.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  s  To W. C. Thomas and J. A. t BVHn. or to  whomsoever they have transferred their Interests in the Monte Carlo, JSugeue. Dilman and  Number Seven mineral claims -ituated on the  West Pork of Kettle Hirer, Greenwood Min-  in&r Dlvison of Yale Dist. B. C.  You are hereby noti8ed that we the undersigned have expended the sum of four hundred  dollars on the above claims together with re-,  cording fees; such beinir requited to bold the  said claims for the year ending Auijnstl2th,  1908, under the provision of the Mineral Act/  and Amending Acts ; and if ot tlie expiration  of ninety days from the date of the first publi  cation of this notice in tbe Boundary Creek  Times yon fail or refuse to contribute your por  tion of such expenditure, namely $200, together  with all costs of advertising, your interests in  the s��id mineral claims shall become vested in  or (your co-owners) upon filing In the proper-  office in that behalf the affidavit required by ���  Section 4 of the Mineral Act Amendment Act  1900-  Dated tliis 8th day of October, 1908.  C. H. FAIR.  T. J. BENNINGER.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ' CtATAWA NO. 2 "Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: On Wallace Moun  tain.  AKE NOTICE that T. Edward H. Mortimer  Free Miner's certificate No. B14422, Intend, sixty days from tbe date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim. <  And further take notice tbat action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of Mich Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Ninth dav of Seolember A.D. 100S.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER  Application for Liquor License.  Take Notice that I. S. T. Lars��n, of Rock  Creek, intend applying to/ the Superintendent  of.I'olice, at tiie expiration of one month front  the date hereof, for s renewal of my Hit ,-i Li-  cnsc for the premises known as The Rivi r��ide  Hotel, at Rock Creek. B.C.,  Dated this day, October 29th, 1908.  SAMUEL T. LARSEN, Rock Creek.  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3,00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  (���MEB4  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE   NOTICE that   I,   L. E. Salter, of  Midway,B.C., intend applying to the Super  intendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the Hotel Spokane,situateat Midway  B.C.  p-ited at Midway B.C., the 23rd t\ v of Oct  oher, 1908. Signed, L.    . SALTER  Renewal of Hotel Licence  Take notice that I Sivert Dhal.of Midway.in-  tontl applyingto the Superintendrrjtof Provin  cial Police, attheexpiration of one month from  date l.creof, for a renewal of my Hotel Licence  for the premises known as the Central Hotel at  Midway.  Dated this 29lh Oct. 1903.  Signed, SIVERT DHAL  Orsran for sale, good as new,  $45. Must be sold, want the floor  room.    A. L, White phonel6  1 09  y'^M  ���rm  M  m  A*!  We  i. "*��� THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  aafa  We are over stocked in  several  lines   and  to-.  reduce our stock, we are  offering the  following goods at greatly reduced Price*. Commence nV Dec. 10th and continuing until Xmas U,ve.  **auxBtaxxrsixr&i  SUITS.  $20  13  16  15  12. SO  10  SUITS  HATS.  $15  13  12  11 25  7 50 I 2.00  5.50 Hats. Stetsons, 4.SO  4.50 " "' 3 SO  3.00       "      "       2 25  "    ���"      /so  A  full line of Fancv Dress  Shirts,  Reduced fn.m S2.00 to 1.50  .,    SJ.50 to l.Oo  A special line of Heavy Underwe.tr,  Regular S-xOi) now 2,25 a suil, all sizes,   from  Anv Sweater in the  house   al 25 per cent discount.  Miner's naih d --hoes,,  S6 00 and 5,50 lines for 4.00  S4 00    ..      ,.   3.00  We have the largest stock of crockery   in the  Boundary District, and will give you a chance  to get it cheap.    .  All our (.>7 piece dinner sets, regular  $18.00 now $13.50  A nice Blue Design Gold traced patterns. 106  pieces, regular $20 00 now $15 00.  7\ new Line While Goldltraced Patterns   106  p-.-ces regular       ' $20.00 now $15.00  A Lire of China which we   will sell at big reduction.    'Also a beautiful Line of carvers for  Xmas Turkey.  ALL GOODS MARKED IN  PLAIN  FIGURES  m smsa ms^msks is��  -���/\'/y:\.-  et the Genuine  ottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  reenwood Clquor ����.  1MPCRTEES GFEENWCOD  T AIR  We are not peddling hot air when we state that  our stoves from up-to-now foundries, will fill the  house with plenty ot hot air, ma kin y the rooms  warm and comfortable, and the kitchen a pleasant  and congenial place to do your cooking, See that  .you get one of our stoves, as the prices are not embarrassing. We have th'?m in all sizea and makes  Our long suit is Coal, Queen Heaters, Box and the  best Ranges on the market for the Kitchen'  Call early and avoid the mad rush.  Purely Personal  K. "L. WHITE  Furniture and Stove Man.        -        Phone 16.  TkPalace Livery Stable  i nwi  * ii  Extra lei-  [JIM 181  I:  i'jll]  w  Dfc  \ DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  \  . C.  BUCKLESS    PROPRIETOR   from  Archie Aberdeen is back  tbe West Fork  Surveyor Shaw and G. S Meade  are in the city.  Judge   Williams, of   Phoenix,  is away touring the coast.  Miss    Goddard   returned   this  week from a trip to the coast.  Harry Brown, of  Rock   Creek,  was in the city Wednesday.  James Smith, supt. of the Jewel  mine was in town Wedoes-day.  Wm. Davidson, of Sandon, was  a visitor to Greenwood on Tuesday.  R. Roberts, manager of the  Jewel mine was in town Wednesday. ���  C. S Moss, divisional engineer  if the C.P.R., was in Greenwood  ���his week.  W. T. ard  Mrs.   Hunter  went  to Spokane yesterday to be   gone  \\ week or ten days.  Blake Wilson, manager for P  Burns & Co., Nelson, was in  Greenwood this week.  E G. Slade, of Winnipeg, representative of Swift sod Co.,  ChicagD, was ia town yesterday.  Aid. Wilson, manager of tbe  Greenwood branch of P. Burns  & Co., went to "Nelson on Tuesday.  John Webster, of the Winnipeg  hotel, Grand Forks, spent a couple of days in Greenwood this  week,  E. G. Richardson, traveller for  Kelly-Douglas and Co , Vancouver, was registered at the Imperial Wednesday.  Cory S. Ryder, of Vancouver,  and one-time of political fame as  a Martin minister, was in Greenwood this week on business.  We aTe pleased to note that  Mrs Thos Walsh has so tar ^recovered from her recent illness as  to be able to be out again.  Barclay & Co. offer their entire  stock at a discount of 25 per cent  during the big Holiday Sale. '  F. M. and Mrs. EJlkins liave  gone to reside in Vancouver after  a residence of twelve years in  Greenwood where they will be  missed'by many friends.  Miss Crowley, who has been  troubled with inflammation of  the eye, has gone to Spokane to  consult a specialist. Miss Hazel  Hall has charge of tne telegraph  office in her absence.  James McCreath, of the Greenwood Liquor Co., has returned  from a pleasant and profitable  business trip to the Similkameen,  during which he disposed of a  car-load of high-class goods at  Princton, Hedley and Keremeos.  i Joseph Devlin, a well-known  pioneer of the Boundary, and the  owner of valuable mineral claims  on the West Fork, died at Rochester, Minn., of tuberculosis of the  intestines after an illnes of many  months He left a will peculiar  in some respects which will be  executed by Jas. Poggi."  Furs make ideal Christmas gifts,  Barclay & Co. have a large and  choice assortment, you can buy  them during the sale at a discount of 25 per ceDt.  TOWN lOVICo  Examine the label on your paper and see if your subscription is  paid up to date.  The out going C.P.R. train has  chansred time and leaves at three  p.m.  Christmas Cards in endless variety, 5c to $2.00 each at poles'  Bookstore.  A skating partv will be given  this evening on the Creek by W.  C. H. Wilson.  We may have zero weather but  the sun still shines brightly in  the Boundary.  Alex. Robinson has a timher'  crew of forty men on the North  Fork of the Kettle river.  St. Jude's choir held a sppcial  practice at the home of Mrs. Taylor on Wednesday evening  Winter goods, one quarter off.  during the big holiday sale at  Barclay & Co's, buv 'now���you  can save money. '  The Ladies Guild of St. Jude's  church will bold a business meeting next Tuesday attornoon at  the home of Mrs. C. H*. Fair.  At Nicola last Wednesday, the  marriage took pTace of John E.  Bate and Mrs. Julia A. Hinshaw,  both of Aspen Grove.  A meeting will be held in the  Bink of Montreal chambers  Wednesday next, at 8.30, for the  purpose of organizing a hockey  club. Everybody who is interested in the gam' ��� r *. < arnes; 1 ? requested to be present.  The Friday night Social Dance  in the Eagles' Hall this evening  promises to be a very enjoyable  affair as special efforts are being  made to h��ve a larger crowd than  usual.:    .  Come to the Methodist- Bazaar  in the old Miners' Union hall, on  Friday, December 11 th. '���  The Cinderella club had ��  pleasant dance m the Auditorium  last monday evening wit.h 25 couples participating. The club bas  been very successful in securing  the desired membership having  all that the limited floor space  will conveniently allow.  Holiday goods in great variety  at Barclay & Co's, buy early  while the assortment and sizes  are complete���25 per cent off���  n oth in g reserved.  Smith and McEwen, merchants  of Anaconda, have dissolved partnership and in future the business  will be carried on by L. A. Smith.  Mr. Smith will run a butcher  shop in connection with his store  and willobtaui his fresh meat  from. J. Y. Griffin Co. who represent Switt and. Co. in Western  Canada.  Three weeks today   to Christmas.  The Ladies of  the   Maccabees  had an enjoyable social gatheringI  in the Eag'es' Hall   on   Tuesday  evening.  The city 'ink not being in  readiness the boys are takinar full  advantage of the sheet of ice  near the C.P.R. depot on Boundary Creek.     < I  PIANOS FOR SALE���Wei  have five pianos for sale, all in*'  good order  EBEaas^fflgsgssw^^  1 Kimball, worth $150, sale price  $100. 1 Kimball, worth $2)>),  sale price Si25. 1 Heiutznaan,  worth $2-0. site price. $150. I  Bell, worth S275. sale price, $17.5.  1 Decker, worth $350,. sale price  $250. We rent pianos . A. L.  WHITE, the Second EUnd' Man,  Phone 16.  SCHOOL REPORT FOR  NOVEMBER  Division I ���J. L. Watson.  Pupils   actually   attending .-...  18  Average <Uily attendance  17 05  Percentile of regularity  9+72  Pupils present every session: Ernest  Anderson, Mildred. Hancock, jtfelli i  Bryant, Evelyn Horton, Gertie Mclu-  tyre.  Hazel Redpath,   Bertha   Smith.  Division II.���J. I. McKenzie.  Pupils  actually  attending '.. 28  Average daily  attendance '.  26 55  Percentage, of regularity ....y  V4.    '  Pupils present every session:  Henry Anderson, Donsikl McAllister  Lena Archibald, Thelma Chambers,.  Geo. Eales, Russcl Huuter, Judith  Johnston, Eileen Jake*, Anna McKenzie, Grace Redpath, Robert Smith,  Sutherland Smith, Ward Storer,  Winnie Skelton, Dick Taylor.  Division III.���C. E   Stevenson.  Pupils actually attending. 34  Average daily attendance.      '        32.05  Percentage of regularity. 94 26  Pupils present every session:  Ernest Archibald, Edward Crowley,  Jack Eales. Bert Oliver, Annie Thomas, Birdie Mauross, Harold McKenzie,  Tom Taylor, Vera Redpath, Chung  Yee, Jessie.Davidson, Arthur Rees,  Daniel McKee, Evelyn Johnston,  Hall Mi-Intyre, Jack Wilson,. Reggie  McKariidn. .'>'���������'���'.  Buy your Christmas goods from  Barclay & Co. One quarter off  everything in the store���nothing  reserved..  METALS.  New   York,     Dec.   2���Silver,  47^3; copper, 14}& to 14%", firm.  London,   Dec.   ,2���Silver    22 ;  lead, ^13 2s. ,6d.  Coppe r Quotations.  Granby ...100.00    105.00  B. C, Copper :',   7.75     8.00  Dominion Copper  :. .75     87j��  Dec, 2���Closing quotations   on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asked  $7.87)4 8.00  B.C. Copper   Dominion Copper  .93% 1  Granby ,:.... 95*'  Snowshoe       05  .06  PATRONIZE  HOME  INDUSTRY, AND  SMOKE THE  0UNDARY  Phonographs and Records  Nothing could be more suitable  for a Christmas present*  We have the Columbia Disc,  The Edison Cylinder and the  Columbia Indestructible Cylinder,  Comprising a wide range pf  selections,  Call and see them,  CIGAR  HAVANA    FILLED.  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR ....  CLOTHES CLEANED.  PRESSED AND REPAIRED aw   f   Agent for the Blaine Bros.,  -    Co., Limited.  N. H. LAMONT  s  Cafe  Is in ,the - Windsor Hotel.  The business of providing  things good to eat is our  business. Meals are* well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,    ,  CftMPBJiU-*3  CLOTHING  Fresh and snappy.  is the appearance of this raw-edged .Melton  Overcoat, in peifect keeping with the bright,  cold Winter days a head of us.  It's warm and comfortable, has style to spare,  a"nd ab'bve all, the fine'wearing qualities which  the honest workmanship and- good materials  always give to  Campbell's Clothing  This style or other styles���and we have some  mightytnice ones, too���wfe will be glad to show  you when you call.    .���;,'';'���'���: ' '  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  ets. Linoleums,  New Japanese Mattings in great variety'  A "Fine Line of sea-grass Chairs at prices thab  will astonish.  A new'line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up.  Will be sold cheap..  We carry a Big Range of Childrens'Go-  carts and Carriers. Drop in and see the latest  Steel Collapsible-���Folds in one motion.  T.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -~ - Phone 27 '  vmm^awmiwsmi  * -     ������        '  4-  4��  We have a few  cheap Lots for  si! close in,  4-  *���  Will Secure one  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co>, Ltd. |  ���j�� OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. T\^  oaotoo*aaaaaea*a*aa<b*aa��aaa��aaa��o*v'aaa#a***a*a*a*a**a*>  ���'  ��  ,*���;.,���*  DEALERS IN  ��  a - - ��� ...... ������<������, �����������;  �� ��� ��� . ..      ��� ��� ��� ������ .  ������        ,"-      i     ��� ���  �� '     'i . .       ���' ���'.   ' ���7-������ . ��  .��   . ��� .;, . ..   ���..--���..... -,.:,-��� ���  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  e  ��  a  ��  a  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  *  ��  ��  O  ��  aaao  fresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry*  ��  a  ��  ��  *  ��  *  *  ��-  :  6  a&e��a��aft����>��ft��ftegH��*a����*����a��0'w*wefte��j��ftft0aft*ft��ftft0ft  ySg^'Si'^^'S?^J ^*5? Z^}^s>7^-^s^��'^' ... :"*^j*S?T*��,^p5*a^??5^S^5?a^^^ ��^v2^��^S**  Get  Wise  e  AND  NIX BEER  THE " PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  $  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  |  Phoenix Brewery Co., ISSK^S I  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Holt, Manager.

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