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 i0X&*Z  yMm  Wmmm%mw7m  SH?&i  :B^4v3&^ui  m&  JSSfSS!  /w  If--  '���;���':���:?&&  ���-.',-.�������  ;|I  ^SS  VOI,/  GR1SBNTOOD,   B .CV, FRIDAY,    NOVEMBER   27, 1908.'  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Carpets, Linoleums,  GENERAL MINING  Nt ^Sc  Bedding.  The Granby Consolidated has  paid back to its shareholders the  sum of $3,508,630,  NeW' Japanese Mattings in great variety .*"  A Fine L/ine of se��-*graSs Chairs at prices that  1 will astonish.  A new line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up- Will be sold cheap.  W,e carry a Big 'Range o�� Childrens' Go-  carts and Carriers. Drop in and see .the Jatest  Steel Collapsible���Folds in one motion.  -  I. M. Gulley & Go.  HOUSE FURNISHERS. -   -   Phone 27  There is said to be more ore in  sight in the upper workings of  [ the St. Eugene than at any time  in the history of the mine and [  the lower levels are also looking  better than ever. Improvements  around the mill and the mine are  being constantly made.  ', That Canadian gold coins will  soon be an assured Jact is made  apparent by the visit to the Pacific slope of R. Pearson, chief -as-  sayer in the Ottawa mint, who  has been travelling through the  Kootenay and Boundary, with  the object of investigating the  IJ��� *-* ��.s������6 ��i��  gold' resources of the lower por  tion of the Province. He will  probably visit the Yukon in a  few months.  .*?'  The'Iron Mask mine of Kamloops has been sold to Minnesota  capitalists.  Twenty-five miii ire working  at the Silver King *>mine near  Nelson and the force]-will be increased to 100 when (he new substation to furnish poVer for the  machinery is completed.  ��� ��� .-.-,f  Thc Molly,Gibson mine in  Burnt Basin bas-1,'000 sacks of  ore readv to be ratfrfided to the  railroad as soon as sufficient snow  comes." It will be shipped to the  Consolidated smelte�� at Trait.  Election of Officers  The following officers were el-  ected   for   the   ensuing term by  Boundary Valley Lodg*,   No. 38  I.O.O.F. :  N. G , p. A. Macdonald.  .V. G., J  A'. Jaynes.  R<*c Sec, A   Logan.  Fin.-Sec. G. B Taylor.  Tres , P G. K  Ii  Mortimer.  The   3rd   degree was conferred  on four candidates,   and   several  more applications are being dealt  with.  COURT  K. of Pf Officers,  i&'&v  :fm  \t  ';l*Our stock   of\Boots and Shoes-for Ladies and  Children is the largest #nd best assorted in the  Boundary District.-'  You can buy any pair in the stocky at a "discount  of 20 percent.     Buy*- now you carl -save money.  BARCLAY & GO.  J>RY,G00DS BOOTS & SHOES MlLLINERY  ooopopo6e<r%ru*>ao6eooooo<it>oe ��oooo��oq��ooooofrooooooooooo  IMJ<J-       ,1���������*g ' ��� ' '   ���'���L- ". - '       '-   ..IS.    I'I   ���_  ��� j. _   ill   O0000000O00O0000O000O00O<K>O0<>OO00O0<K>00<*K>0<X>OO<>0<>000  MGNEY SAVED  To those who. haven't bought.^ of us before we ask  an opportunity to show the following lines in Men's  Shoes.  Vici Blucher Bals. Dull Kid top, Heavy single  Sole  The Dominion Copptr is in the  hands of a receiver, and plans for  a reorganization are being dis.  cussed. We understand that the  company has had a good offer for  one, of its properties, but it-is  hardly probable that the property  will ba soli. In the reorganization we think shareholders will be  taken care of, and we hestitate lo  tell you to sell your stock at its  present price���Boston Commercial.     -    '      Arrivals at Vancouver from the  north tell of the development and  prospects in the Queen Charlotte  islands... According to them there  is likely to be a good deal of work  done on Moresby island during,  the coming season, Capitalists  and mining engineers haye been  constantly going and. coming, and  those who are in a position to  Iknow say that the prospects are  very good. In some parts of the  island, especially in the neighborhood of Jedway, mines will soon  be working and shipping to the  south.  The- Portland -Canal Mining  Co., Ltd.,has issued a*prospectus.  The company owns'ten mineral  claims on Glacier ,Gxeek in the  Bear River mining district at the  head of -Portland canal, about  100 miles northerly from Prince  Euperfc.  About 1,000 feet of tunnelling  and drifting has been done and  the ore carries values -in gol4.  silver and lead, and.is. a concentrating proposition.  ',  The company has'set apart one-  half its shares, 2,000.000, at the  par value of 25c. to be sold from  time to*ime torafsie the necessary  working1 capital. ���   _--  Blocks of 1,000 shares can now  he bought at 10c.���Empire.  Wednesday* meeting of Greenwood lodge No. 29, Knight* of  Pvthias, the following officers were  electeJfor the term commencing  January 1, 1909:  W. T. Thompson, C. C.  Chas. Birce, V. C.  A. J. Logan,P.  Chas. Dagman, M. of W.  *A. D. Hallett, K. E. 8.  Jas. W. Grier, M. F.  Wm, Bowe, M. E.  Wm. Lawson, M. at A.   ,  Geo. Evans, I. G. *  -Installation will take place early  in January.  Big Coal Plant.  The Turkish government has  purchased 10,000,000 lbs. of copper to be used in the manufacture  ot ammunition. .. ~  $4.00  4.50  Box Calf Blucher Bals. heavy double sole  Vici Bal. heavy single sole, wide last," plain  * toe _.  ' -       -       -  Kangaroo Bal. heavy single sole, wide last,  plain toe*      -*   , -  Extra fine vici blucher bal, tipped, heavy  _    singly sole _  Fxtra heavy box calf blue bal. tipped, felt  lined - -    ' - -       -  -Extra-heavy box calf bal. plain toe, leather  , lined, double sole   -  Pat. colt, blucher bal., dull kid top, tipped      ~.vu  The above lines are all Goodyear Welt, Solid Heels  , and Soles.  P. E GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  q ':77777-7-..:'7-'.;'-._,     , ;:���" ���; .        ;���..>-;/;-,;.     $  - ooooorooooooooooooooooooooooc-c<>o0ooo^  5.00  5.00  Perfumes  In Bulk and Fancy Bottle.-  -We have a very fine lot ia the following odors t  fa  Safranor  Pompeia  Violette Ducal  Vera Violetta  Crab Apple  La FranceRos,  Bouquet Regal  White Clover  Hyacinthe  Djerkiss  Sweet Pea  Carnation  Lily of the  Valley  WhifeRose    '"  White Lilac  Purple Lilac  Le-Trefle  Made by the following well-known firms :  Pi vers, Roger & Gallet, Seely, Pinand, Taylor, Regale  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  The Store of Quality,  Next Door to Post Office.  <**K>C��>CK>C��>OO0<H>0<KK>0<>^^  A remarkable feature of mining  in the Upper couutry is the rapid  electrification of the mines of  Kootenay.  .Work is in progress on the substation of the Silver King mine,  nine mil.es from Nelson, and in a  very few weeks the machinery  wilt be installed and the work of  unwatering the mine commenced.  The Queen Victoria power line  from Bonnington Falls is already  complete and this mine will also  be rub by electrici ty.  The working of mines by electric power is.as yet onlydn its infancy in B.C*, though the possi-  bilitiesin sight for this power is  enormous, and will have the result of greatly lowering the cost  of production-in all the mines but  more especially in the big low-  grade camps, _ ..''';���  Rossland Shipments  Following is- the tonnage of  ore shipped from the Rossland  mines last week :  Centre Star - - - 4,500  Le Roi - - - - 1,600  Le Roi No. 3 - - - 595  Evening Star    - 105  Total for the week, 6,80�� tons,  and for the year to date 255,602  tons.  Industrial Boom.  The C.P.R. has closed negotiations for tour lots on Island No.  1 at Fort William,Ont., on which  there will be erected the largest  coal-handling plant in the world,  with a storage .capacity pf a  million tons and a handling capacity of   two  million "tons  per  season.   _   During the past week the B.C.  Copper Co's 'Anaconda smelter  treated a total of 12,604 tons.  The output of the Mother  Lode mine was 9,978 tons, Oro  Denoro, 848 ; "others, 588 ; and  custom ore, 1,190.  News Briefs.  4 The B.C. Legislature will meet  on January 21st.  County court was held in Greenwood Tuesday, His Honor Judge  Brown presidinje. Following were  naturalized : Jon Ranta, William  Swan. Jack Lakso, Alexsanter  L'ilja, Josef Hubikko, Hans-Elisa  Peterson, James Sidney .Storer,  Esther Ingrahaiii, Everett Ingra-  ham, Frank Larentz.  Following are the cases disposed  of:  Hanson vs. Smith���Day to be  fixed. A. S. Black for plaintiff, J.*j  P, McLeod for defendant.  Miinro vs. Gaunce���Next court  by consent. C. J. Leggatt for  for plaintiff, I. H. Hallett for defendant.  Smith vs.;Rolls���"Reserved. C.  J. Leggatt for plaintiff, J..P. McLeod for defendant.  Oxley and Hartman vs. McEach-  ern���Dismised. Costs' reserved.  J. P. McLeod for plaintiffs, J. D.  Spence for defendant. v     .  Lofstad vs. Peterson���Settled by  consent. A. S. Black for plaintiff, J. D. Spence for defendant.  Marthin vs. Krutt���Judgment  for plaintiff. 1.7T&y Hallett for  plaintiff, J. D. Spence for defendant. ������,' .;>:;V  Sawyer vs. Bidderrrr-Enlarged.  J. D. Spence for plaintiff, I. H.  Hallett for defendant. >;  Sidley vs. Stantbn-f-Judgment  far plaintiff."''';;.-,J:'"T):.' Spence; for  plaintiff, E. Miller for defendant.  Shallenberger vs. Alliance Gold  Mining Co.--rAction - for wages.  Judgment reserved. J. D. Spence  for plaintiff, J. P. McLeod for defendants.  No, 12  A Successful Entertainment,  Will Sue the "Thunderer."  A very extensive deposit of  bornite ore, which runs between  $50 and $60 to the ton, has been encountered in the Cornell mine -on  TexadkIsland,which is nowbeenj  operated by a syndicate of Victoria, Vancouver and Seattle  men.-  ���'-.' ..���'���.-''���'"���'������.���  Rudolph Forget. M.P., president of the Montreal stock exchange, says that trade and fi-  nancial coaditions in the Dominion are better than at any previous time since 1902.  Confidence has been pretty well  restored and all the banks are  loaning money at 4}4 per cent.  - The industrial .situation has  greatly improved in almost all  lines in Canada.  Aid.   Hepburn  is a candidate  for the mayoralty of Vancouver.  The city   authorities  of.Van-  couver4are asking the Provincial  Government to ced��  2"SrS10ij ify  interest in the Kitsilano reserve  in case the Dominion makes a  grant of that property to the city.  A.-Y.-P, Exposition  Calumet and Hecla has declared  a quarterly dividend of $5 a share  making a total of. $2,000,000 paid  this year and $107,850,000 since  the company's organizations  Shipments of ore are being re-  ularly made from Ikeda bay,  Queen Charlotte Islands, to tho  Tyhee smelter at Ladysmith, and  it is said that theCrofton smelter  .will soon, re-opan.  The Canadian Government will  construct a building at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition to  be held at Seattle from June to  October, 1909.  The Canadian building will  cover a space of 300 xl50 ft., and  the fact that Canada will be so  largely represented has aroused a  general interest in the State' of  Washington.  The space which it ��3 proposed  to cover will be the largest occupied by Jany one building ou the  grounds and the exhibit will in-"  elude a display of the agricultur-1  al, horticultural and mineral resources of Canada with a special  exlubit frcm the Yukon Territory.  The work of collecting the  various exhibits has been under  way for several months and the  entire display will be assembled  three months in advance of the  opening of the exposition.  The three men condemned for  murder at New Westminster will  be hanged on December 18.  The Spokane and B.C. Railway  Co. is rebuilding the depot recently destroyed by fire at Grand  Forks. '  The Dominion Iron and Steel  Co., of Sydney, N.S., are working  full time and every available  steel worker is being employed.  Ottawa^, November 24���Hon. S.  N. Parent, chairman of the national transcontinental railway  commission has, written to the  Hon. Charles Russell of London,  instructing him to take any legal proceedings the British law  allows to protect the members of  the commission against the charges recently made in the London  Times and other British papers  reflecting on the honesty of the  commission in supervising the  construction-of the -road. 'A retraction and apology; has been  demanded from the Times and  failing that the commission will  press for a libel action. ..���'. -.7^  Mr. Parent says the- commission is prepared to prosecute  promptly any newspaper at home  or abroad that imputes graft or  dishonesty of any kind on the  part of the commission;  The bazaar given by the ladies  of St. Jude's Guild in the Auditorium on Wednesday was a grand  ' success and proved that the ladies  are not only capable managers  but are also artistic financiers.  Tbe candy-booth,   iri   a  color-  scheme of pink, was in charge of  Mrs. Stow and  Miss  Shaw, who  dispensed the most delicious varieties of home-made sweets.  To the left was the flower-stall  in green aud white, where- Mrs.  Elkins quickly ��� disposed of her  prettv stock of horticultural beauties.  Mrs. Shaw   presided   over the  more . practical  department    of-  I jams and jellies   which   were all;  I speedily sold.  The' fancv-work booth gaily  decorated with flags and bunting  was in charge of Mesdames McMynn, Jenkin and Spankie.  For the amusement of the children a fish-pond was conducted  by Mrs. Venables, assisted by  Miss Olive Bunting.  Iu the "games of chance" the  "putting out the light" in charge  of M"- Venables, and "taking, the  cake,-" superintended.- by Miss  Wilson, Mr. Hawtrey was the  lucky man.  The crowd that thronged   the  tasty "high^ tea" at 5 30- was handled withoutSihe  slightesttton- ^  fusion by. Mrs:iPfoctor aud^Mrs.;,  Fair, assisted by Mesdames Tay?Cv  lor,   Bunting,   Ross,   Simmons^  McAllister, Redpath, Mac Arthur,  Jakes, Hallett, and Miss Fleming-  At   the   entertainment   in the .  evening the Greenwood Orchestra  supplied the music, and the Boy's  Brigade,  under   instructor   Har-.  greaves, gave a fine exhibition of  gymnastic exercises.    After paying expenses   the   ladies of   the  Guild cleared  $240, and. they de-  j-aire to exten<l;their heartv thanks  to all those who assisted in making their bazaar such a splendid  success.    ,  m  ���-.'-?��"-5  '���mm  m  y'���?�����  m  ���y-m  yym  77m.  ozwm  Ci-:'.---'.-^-:-^��  <y:yi:';'��Si  ������7mm  ;.\5K  Mm  7M  7yy:y[yy;0M  -���l-';~i?%->i>&0��  ..:^yyyy-.-.yf^y^^  ���-������ ���^.'������ydi.w.  ��� i-:;V'-.u.i..���  w  h$$  ,' 3'1'.TZ'sfity**  mm  '-.h-M'^i  S-Ma  "Mm  9  METALS.  y.'yy��gi^f-  ���;~'y-'c''iy&Z  m  Ne"w .York,   Nov.  25���Silver,  49^; copper, 14 to 14^, firm.  London, Nov. 25���Silver 22^ ;  lead, ,��13 7s. 6d.  '��&  . "���;<,-C.ttsv!?}*iL  Copper Quotations.     -  Granby ..,���....  .....106.00    109.00  B. C, Copper,..............   8.00     8^25  Dominion   Copper .:......93^    1.00  'X���.  -''~:l<  ?m  Nov,*25���Closing quotations on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange: <  Bid   A��ked  B.C. Copper  $8.'00 8.12^  Dominion Copper.......     .93# 1.00  Granby: 95 110.00  Snowshoe.:.  05    .05#  y<y$m  Troops are being sent from Al-  November Zi.'OS  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table (lUta tbe ore shipments of Boundary wines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, VX36,1007,19 Cf aa reported, to the Greenwood Times-  Past  190$   Week  906,427   30,037  26,276 2,800  282,093   9.9T8  Mink.            1900 1901 1902       1903  "    1904       1905      1906        1907  Granby Mines.... 64,333 231,762 309458  393,718   J49.703   653389   801,404   613,537  Snowshoe...��       291 1,741     20,800    71,212    ...^.... .."...       8,426   135.001  B. C. Copper Co....  Mother Lode....   5,340 99,034 141,326   138,079   174,298   147,576   105,9a  206,231  B. C. Mlue ......   19,494  Emma  ,  Oro D*��oro_    Itonnle Belle���   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Idaho. ���..   Rawhide..:    Sunset...:    Mountain Rope.  _   Atbleatan    1,200  Morrison   . ....  R.Bell   Senator   Brey Fog-lo.       No. 37  47,405  650  802  "S50  14,811  8,530  19,365  22,937  15,537  37,960  16,400  9,485  3,007  20  1,488  11,804  3,177  1,712  18J74  14,481  7,45j     15,731  | No. 37......   dershot to disaffected distiicts in Reliance   _    ,. Sulpbar.Kiair.  India. .  E C. Pendxay, of Victoria, was  killed in a runaway caused by an  automobile frightening a team of  horses.  The election of G. H.. Barnard  in Victoria will be protested.  Hon. W. Pugsley has announced thrt the patronage,lists will  j be abolished in the Department  of Public Works throughout Canada, and has given directions to  his deputy minister to have the  tenders called for in all supplies  by public advertisement where  possible.  160  Winnipeg-    1,076  Goiden Crown    2,250  Klnjf Solomon .   I! ig Copper..   No. 7 Mine..   City of Park   Jewel���   RWerside,   Carmi.   Salty... ...    Rambler..:   Batcher Boy   Euncaal...   Providence.'.   Elkhorn..   St rath more*.'.   Golden Eagle   Treston :...  Prince Henry   Skylark   Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine..,,..  Cay. ,...  Mavis.   Don Pedro   Ceescent. '....  Helen .:   Ruby..   Republic..   Mlscelllaaeous.....  3.C40  '"His  its  2,000  350  150  785  625  482  2,060  890  219-  5,646  3,339  560  363  2,435  32,350  3J070  3,250  1.759  4.586  3.450  222  364-  33  55,731   140,685  2,960  25,108  3,056  4,747  1333  33  150  26,032  48,390  3^5.1  43,295  12,2*3  64,173  31.270  31JS8  649  63,882    ~M��  4370  11,971  3,450  398  . ....   9  -     <*  J  --;i  993  -400  167  726  325  52  50  300  80  3,230      3,456 325  500  60  750  30  145  770  150  20  535  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  586  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  589  "<���  90  65  40  700  20  55  60  224-  30  120  ..S3  -1  Total, tonq..    _  96.600   3W,WO   503,876   690.419   82VUW   933,5481,161,5371,148,237      Smelter  treatment���  firanbv Co 62,387   230^*28   212.340   401,021   596,252   687.<>SS   82S,S79   637,626    014,177  B.C. Copper Co    117,611    148,600   162,913   219,484    210,834   123^40   341,952      33S,f55  Dom. Cop. Co,..       U2^-"0        30,930     84.059   218.H11    lj3,439      22.342  n.1-2  12,<0>  Ual redoced... 62,389   348,439   460,940   697,404   S37,(*6   %2,8771.172,4031^33,017 !'$$&&$!���:�����.'���':'���'���'���  : (j'-'^-j v^V(-">V.:*-5.k>vi.*V^  ^\ ,-''*'' 7"'' i^:S.^',,it'f^7'-ff'7'"-' v-'1' *:'.:  '7 ���"'.i-i!'?-.'���'*-.. \*"**''-'Z !'   '- .* ^4''" "���-*?;���<'  i.*"-*.* "V *-'V- ''��� .'&���'['*;��� '$ '''.*��� 'j*1.;. '���'^'if^'i" .���'������'ff' ''7- >��'"!���'."'*-v*J'���*'.' ' .'if'"'*-��    '"'" i ' 'v "'"��'**''*i,i'^ '"' ���C-'j' *)"'' "T^fi'-'r- ���'.' '^ '*���'-��� ���':';   -'-ii  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  cr*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��Z  <F*  <F*-  CF*  <��1  CF*  ..Bank of  ontreal.   $u,ooo,ooa.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000'.        Rest   UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98 ,  Hon. President:    Lord Stkatbcoka j��l'MuuijtUoyal, G. C. M. G.    ,  V^T^^^^^^^^^^'   '  BrancHes in London, Eng. \^*\?��&%L.\ New YorK, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange aad Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit*, available in any part'of the world. ^  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *��  \%  Greenwood Branch,  72 Years In Business  HE BANK OF  ^ $ Si  V--0  V.    fJ  A Reserve Fund  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  is as necessary for a  family as for a  company.    The best  that   the  McBride    government  were   wrong   in   charging   that  Hon. William Templeman betrayed the province in not demanding  that construction work on the G.  T.P. be commenced and   be   proceeded with at the same time from  both its eastern and'western ends?  If it   has  taken   one of the best  locating engineers   in   the West  two years and a half   to find the  best route across a stretch of 700  miles   of   mountainous country,  how many costly mistakes  would  have been made had construction  work been commenced before. the  line had been definitely located ?  Such is politics, and that   unfair  cry was used in the last  election  and had more effect in  changing  votes than that   other   senseless  cry, 'Better Terms.'"  the opium traffic which meets   ;it  Pekin.ih. Januany.  R. E. A. Leech, inspector of  Dominion land agencies, states  "that the rush for homesteads during the fall of the present year  was the greatest ever witnessed  in any country in the world.  Hugh Armstrong- has been  sworn in as provincial treasurer  of Manitoba in succession to the  late Hon. J  H. .'Agnew.-  Dr. T. M. Wilson, of A'twood,  Oat., died from Glanders contracted while conducting experiments.  Reserve Fund for a family  is   a  snug  sum  of  money in a strong Bank.  Begin  your Savings  Account   now  in the  Bank of British North America.  Deposits of isi.oo and upwards received and  Interest added Four Times a Year.  Greenwood Branchv^H. F. STOW, Manager.  Leader Borden is said to be anxious toVetire from the leadership  of the Conservative party on account of impaired health and the  discouraging results of the recent  campaign.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  -Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptbuc  Cable Address:       ���' Hallett."  , Bedford M'Neill's  1 Bedford M'Neill'i  Corks iMorehid & Neal's  / Leiber's  Greenwood. B. C  tal labor, and we are still in the  ring; but we have never'kuowu a  single one of these "unfettered  members" to be in the fight previous to the recent campaign.  THE HAULTAIN LAW.  "" '"^gs.  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.I.O.O. P.  Ik'eets every   Tuesday  Evening at 800 in the  j." <9. O. T. Hall.     A   cordial invi tntion is ex  tended to all sojourning bre.tbcrn.  -    STORER D. A. MACDONALD  N. G. v- f"  A. JAYNES, Rec. Sec.  Sb��  In relating-on��tbe witness stand  his story of the accumulation of  the Standard Oil millions, J. D  Rockfeller said "the progress 1o  wealth seems like a dream." So  does.thaf'$29,000,000 fine.  Edmund E. Shcppard, one of  the best known Canadian editors  and late proprietor of Toronto  Saturday Night.is critically ill iu  Arizona.  Boundary Creek Times  issued every Tridav  BV IBB  Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing  CO., LlMITBT*.  J. M. MILLAR  Manaokr  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yea*     2 ����  Srx Months   To   FOBBTON  COXTNTRJBS .  1 V.  1 SO  KRIDAV, NOVEMBER 27 1108  THE FIVE UNFETTERED.  We are told bv a Vancouver  paper that the "five unfettered  members of the Opposition" for  B.C. "have a clean-cut mandate "  to make a white B. C.  We hope they think.so, but we  have some doubts as to the effectiveness of a member's rhetorical  efforts while his practice differs  from his preaching-.  Again, so as not to bewilder  the tardy intellects of eastern  people, we would suggest that  they decide upon a common name  for their newly-acquired subject  for declamation.  These fine distinctions betwe'en  cthe Chink and the Jap and the  Hindu are only a reflection of the  particular brand of Asiatic labor  that is used by the pereo^ whn  may be speaking.  Their condemnations of the  Government may be "emphatic"  but they are not altogether "unmistakable ; " neither are they  likely to prove convincing.  The Conservative coterie of  M. Ps. will only lack the presence  of Sauri Gotoh's distinguished  counsel, Mr. W.J. Bowser, Conservative Attorney-General of B.C.,  to make it the mest notable bunch  of demagogues that has ever appeared in a Canadian parliament.  For many years we have worked  against the importation of Orien-  We are sure that the Vancouver  Saturday Sunset would not knowingly try to give the impression  that the Hon. Frank Oliver gave  the franchise to Asiatics in Al.  berta.  This -'blood-letting stage" was  reached by the passage of the  Haultain Act, fathered bv Premier Haultain of the N. W. Territories who has been called the  leading Conservative of the West.  This law was changed by the  Hon. Walter Scott, Liberal Premier of Saskatchewan, to specifically bar Orientals ; and this was  the only change his government  made in the Haultain franchise  act. .  The Haultain law is still in  force in Alberta, which province  is on a par with Ontario in that  respect.  We re'gret the Sunset's supposition that the Dominion Government designed to enfranchise the  Orientals in this Province.  Almost all that has ever been  done for the amelioration of our  Asiatic troubles has come from  the Laurier Government, whose  legislation has beeu far in ad.  vance of eastern sentiment in the  matter, or even the local authorities that swurg out the opium  signs in Vancouver.  Would Mackenzie King's report lead one to imagine that the  Federal government would entertain any such foolish intentions?  If there is no other argument  than a groundless suspicion against the Aylesworth Bill it should  be a welcome measure in B.C. as  well as in Mani&oba.  We think that the Aylesworth  Elections Bill could be used to  remedy some grievances in the  matter of collecting votes in B.C,  Out of 11,000 narrjes put on the  lists for Yale-Cariboo by party  men only 5,000 votes were polled,  and it isclaimed that easily 1,0G0  Liberals were not enrolled.  We used to like Sir Wilfrid's  idea of the Provincial lists for  Federal elections, but we believe  that when power'<4s abused it  should be transferred.  T.he proposal for a reduction of  cable rates has two strong advocates in Mr. Lemieux and the  Australian Premier.and the state-  owned cable will soon be added  to the list of accomplished reforms. "���������"'.  Bell Hardy, chairman of the  C.P.R. Machinist's Union, has resigned owing to the dissatisfaction of the men over the settlement of the strike a few weeks  ago.,  Tlie Modesty of Women  BTaturally makes'them shrink from 4yW  indelicate questions, the obnoxious examinations, and unpleasant local treatments, which somo physicians consider  essential in the treatment of diseases, of  women.   Yet, if holp can bo had,- it is  better to submit to this ordeal than lot  tho disease grow and spread. Tho trouble  is tbat so often the woman undergoes all  tiie annoyance and shame for -nothing.  ThonsandsN^f  women  who -have ^ teen  cured 1& Dr. r^terct/s Favorite Prescription wrilK in <j*foRrcciation .ot the euro  which tjisy^KN^i the examinations  and local treatment^ TJu^UiiiOJ���^  medicine   SQ  i-iire^UUlJ^C���filC.4aU��iUa  women  ns "Favorites  Prcscripl.lon/'    It  cuTcTUobTTilatiiig drains, irregularity and  female weakness.'   It always helps.    It  almost always cures.   It is strictly nonalcoholic, non - secret, all its ingiedh.nis  being printed on Us bottle-wrapper; contains'no  deleterious   or 'habit-formifjg  drugs, and every native medicinal root  entorinK into IU composition lias tlie fi,ill  endorsement of those most eminent in the  several schools of medical practice; Somo  ��f tliese nunici-.Mis and strongest of-pro-,  fosslonal endorsement of its ingredia-'.y?  will  be   found  in  it pamphlet wwi i>|;;-it  around tlie-bou:-, also in a booklet niuil-yl  free on reqin'rit, by Dr. K.'V. Pierce, ol,  Buffalo, N. Y.     These professional endorsements should have far moro w.'i^ht  than :my amount ot tlio ordinary lay, or  iioti-|>i'ofV��sioiiiil iesf.imoaiiils.  The most intelligent women now-a-days  insist on knowing what they take as nied-  ' icino' instead of opening their mouths like  a Kit of young birds and yulpinf* di.-v.-ii  whatever Is oCored thcin. ��Favorite l'l-i-  scription " is of k.yowjt. composition, it  makes weak women strong and. sick  -women well.  Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is scnt/ra;  on receipt of stamiis to pay expense of  mailing onlii. .Send to Dr. R. Y. Pierce,  Buffalo, N. Y., 31 one-cent stamps for pa-  per%��vcred, or 50 stamps for cloth-bound.  If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge  by letter. All such communications are  held sacredly confidential.  ��� Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ipviporato  ���md regulate stomach, liver aiuThowdia.  AT THE CHDRCHES  HANDBOOK.  '**������,  (New Edition   issued March, 1908.).  Size :   Octavo.   -Pa^cs :   1228.    ':  Chapters : 25. .7  ScoueJ :'Th'e  Copper^Industry   of   the  .World.' ���  . Covering- ; Copper History, Geology,  Geogra;-lw. Oher.iislry, Mineralogy,  Mining-, Miihi'jy, Leairhintf,-Smelting-,  Refining-, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  "Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines iu Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.  The Copper-Hand book is concededly  life  Presbyterian���Services will be con  dueled morning- atid evening-, 11 a,m.  and 7'30 p m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Mbthodist��� Rev. "P, J. Rutherfjrd  ���B.A., will conduct set vices as usual at  Methodist Church morning and ever ing  Services every Sunday, morning md  Sunday Sclioof at 3.  'I  Sir Henre Joly die Lotbienieie,  a tormer Lieutenant-Governor of  B.C;, and one of the most distinguished statesmen of Canada is  dead.  The Colonist sagely remarks  that "in the case'of the Department of Fisheries an -objectionable practice has been in existence  for some time." Apparently s>,  as Mr. Gregory tells us it has  been iu existence for forty-three  years to his knowledge.  [I  GENERAL NOTES  Francis J. Henev, chief prosecutor in the San Francisco graft  charges, who was shot in court  by a discharged venire-man, is recovering. His assailant coramit-  'ted suicide.  The Dowager-Empress of China  has quickly followed the late  Emperor t> the Elysian fields  and it is helieved that both were  put.out of the way to make room  for the Regent Prince Chun.  Pacific Hotel  Gkikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is tbe Headquarters  for Com-mercial and MiniiigMen  Ia steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Calgary fair shows a balance on hand of $24,582.  ' W.fF.) -McLean, M,P.,of the.  World, "^eyrJ*. A. Macdonald, of  the Globe, and J. E. Atkinson, of  the Star, were selected by the  newspaper publishers of Toronto  as delegates to the Imperial press  conference to be held in  London.  The-Best Cuisine between  Wi/inipeg and.the Coast.  ���!�����*$. t^,.^ .$�����$.��$* ��$��!$���  The Miner needs thc book for the  facts it gives him rcgardi' Geology,  Mining, Copper Dep 'sit - . Copper  Mines,  The Metallurgist needs the book for  the fac's it gives him re-rardin^ copper milling, leaching, smf-Ui-g, "and  refining. -    -  The Copper Consumer needs the" book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares' cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics rfnd gen  erarinfciimation on one hand, with  thousand's o^f detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  paues of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares;"  Price: SS 00 in Buckram with gilt  top, 6rS7.S0 in full library morocco, ��  Terms : The most liberal.    Send  ho"' Arithmetic  Cvthoijc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service .1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday iu each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vesperH and benediction at 7:30 p. ra.; Sunday' school a*;  2:30 p.m. Rkv. .1. -A. Bkdard, ��.). M. I.  pastor. r  Church oi' F.nc.t.and (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m.    Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school,    10 a in.   HilyCom-  ���niuuibu,- 1st Sunday at' 8 a. ni;   olher  Sundays   after Matins at  11 a. m.  Saitils'   Day services as announced  in   Church.  K'ev. F-Vernon Venables, Vicar. '  St Joseph's School  nelson] ac   v��  "PARENTS'who'with, to secure" for?  *      their daughter the^Denefits   of   a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Convent School.'Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and   comniod  ious and a large  number  of  Boarders  can be accomodated.   .The   School'is J  superintended and tsiight  by-1he Sis-  teis, who   have   much   experience   in  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christian-Doctrine. Grammar,- Geography,  i.;.L_..(.    English  and    Canadian,  Sir Wilfrid Laurier has passed  his sixty-seventh birthday.  Chicago has  29,000,000  Ibs.of  tresh creamery butter in storage.  The New'Zealaud government  was returned with a majority ol  30. '     _'"���/  10,000 North Dakota farmers  will leave that State for Alberta  in the spring.  The Prince Rupert Empire  says : "Within the last month  the different engineer parties engaged in location work have  *'tied on" to each other, and the  main line of the G.T.P. is now  finally located across the province  of British Columbia. Tbis work  has taken two years and a half,  and changes may yet be made.  Is this  not pretty good evidence  TheCasa Blanca dispute between France and Germany is to  be submitted to a commission of  arbitration.  'S  ��� BlllbS Seed$. Trees;  Hants tor Fall  Catp!|ue Planting  M. J.  HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.    ��  MRS. MpRRAY, graduate in yoca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. 'Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday arid Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  money, but order the book'sent you,  all carriage charges prepaid,' on one .  week's approval, to be returnec\ if unsatisfactory, orpaid'for if it suits. Can  you afford,not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value lo y ou ?  WRITE NOW to theeditor and pub^  Usher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEI/DO NBUILDING, HOUGH-  ;'���'     TON, MICH., U.S.A..  History. Stenbgqat hy,- Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vc cal and Instrumental Music, French and-Hygiene,  >"Fo'r further particulars apply to��� -  Sister Superior;S*. Joseph's^Schooi,  NeIson, B. C.   .    -.  Ladies' Calling' CarriSiHol-  land Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a bcte^,.  T  GOMMERCIAL  HOTEL Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M, GILLIS  NURSERIES  Arlington Hotel  The Liberal government of P.  E.I. has been sustained by_a  small majority.  The Canadian Northern has  purchased the Duluth aud Winnipeg railway for six million dollars  There is trouble in the islands  of Miquelon and St. Pierre and  it is suggested that they be  bought by the Dominion Government. -  The Arlington  is  centrally  located, warm rooms, good  liieils and a  Bar  stocked  ��� with     the   best    Liquors  and Cigars.  C. A, Dempsey, Prop.  INB5@R  McCLURGani GOODEVE,.Proprietors...:-.  Finest Furnished House to the Boundary  '--������������-' ���   .'. ���...-���''���    .-'..''���        -\     -   -- .-  Steam Heated.   Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar.    S,trictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AMD NKHT  r  Close to the Smelter.  ""* mm ������MMM'  The population of New York  city is increasing at the rate of  32,000 a month.  nit:  The Evan's Gold Cure Institute  Treatment permanently cures the  ALCOHOL CRAVING ln twentv-  eifjht days. Established Winnipeg.  14 years.Vancouver'l year. Prospectus, testimonials, etc.,sent privately  tfn application. First-class accomodation and attention. No restraint  ordlscomfbrt. 950 PARK DRIVE,  VANCOUVER.  2!!C  The Best Appointed Wprk-  ingmen's Hotel in tLe City  ."..>������  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  s Cold Baths.  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and* Extract,  The finest of Bars Stocked"  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  Mackenzie King, M.P., leaves  for China on Dec. 9 to represent  the Dominion at the international  conference for the suppression of  C��<K>O0<K>0000<mKK>0O0O099O<t  ft. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   all  kinds  of  Rough and Dressed  ��� Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shingles, Bricks.  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-V  GREENWOOD,' :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  O000000-C>&0<X><K>OC-O^0000000<>  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA LOFSTAD '*  Proprietor  ��  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  .J  tt4>&&&*&&&4-*&M*&*4&**~*+4'+4':M  WETWEATHERWOM  HEALTHFUL  -   AND  PLEASANT  IP YOU "WEAR  I  WATERPROOF  OILED CLOTHING  -     ��LAC�� Ott VBIAOW.-  Ptrfecr Prpterilon  lxtngMf Servte*  Low to Price  Sold Cv*nrwh��r��  astmt iNwwwnMai^  4  ���  4s  '*  ���*  4*  ��$��  Dlectric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-cocipres-  sing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Moneys  a  i  4  4  4  .*  4  4  4  4  4*4*^v $$f��&#fyM$$i  :'77%*~~'*$tifcu��7-  my&  :,./;ffi  ass  m;./^  i^-;^  *<-  THE [BOUHDARY -.CREEK TIMES  lu.'trm.Hianwri.m'-'te  ���Reserve Str<3Ti��th-  is as necessary to men and  women in ordinary life as  to the Athlete.  The tegular use of "Bovril"  builds up a large reserve  of strength, which makes  "sustained Offort of mind  and body possible, and enables the system to resist  attacks of disease.  in the recent election has beeir  re-elected president of UiElt organi  ization by a vote of two ta one.  Hon. R. 6. Tatlow.who is now  in England, has starteda newspaper campaign to attract intending immigrants to British Columbia.  f PROVINCIAL ITEMS  Fernie is to have a gas plant.  J. W. Spaulding will   build   a  summer hotel at Christina Lake.  F. Richter, of Keremeos, will  ship 4,000 boxes of apples this  season.  Allan Purvis, of Souris, Man.,  is the new C.P.R. superintendent  at Nelson.  ��� The Trades and Labor Council  of Vancouver will engage ia.mun-  icipal politics in that city,-     -  John Jardine, H.L. A. for Esquimau, who was threatened with  impeachment by some members  of the Asiatic Exclusion League  for supporting Liberal candidates  Al. Traunweiser has commenced  the building of a new hotel at  Grand Forks which will be 72 ft.  by 120 ft. and will be one of the  finest in the interior.  C. W. Mathews,22 years of age,  was  sentenced   to   18 months in  Nelson gaol for forging a cheque  for $28,75 on the   proprietor   of  the' Pacific hotel, at Grand Forks.  Engine-driver:'. George Brown,  brakeman Clarence Anderson and  fireman Peter Ryder 'were killed  in a C.P.Rl train wreck in a -washout near Lytton.  :SSCzagBglZS:L^M.ijrjr--��yTg3^uMmjpu.?lJIIHW?wiy^ "i- ,.f i.  W. Ellis, -the" B;C; Electric  Railway swit'chrnan, who is charged with the responsibility for  the recent fatal collision on that  railway has been indicted for  manslaughter.  The Belgo-Canadian fruit lands  company has been formed in Belgium' to do business in British  Columbia. - .  The Vancover branch of the  Brotherhood of Rail way. Carmen  has asked for the resignation of  J. H. McVety, -sec.-treas '-of ,the  Amalgamated Railway Unions  for the . part he played in the  throwing up of the recent machinist's strike.  -The. business of the British  American Trust Co., of Grand  Forks, has beeu taken over by the  Boundary-Investment and Trust  Co., capitalized fer $100,000, with  G>M. Fripp as manager of the  company.  Tiki�� BoimmtoiFj^  B%DiHi@��ir  Joe Hartnett, a young man  well-known on the coast,: was  drowned in "Lake Lakelse. His  partner, W. J. Guiney, was able  to cling to their boat till help arrived but Hartnett got benumbed  and sank.  Foley, Welsh and Stewart, contractors for the western end of  the G.T.P., have received orders  to push their work faster. They  have ordered seven steam shovels  and they say they need 1.500 men  SCALDED BY BOILING FAT  COULDN'T USE . HAND  MONTH  FOR A  Zam Buk Gave Instant Relief  An accident in a Toronto home might  ���<.aVe u ��� very ser����us consequences had  it not beinsr for 2am-Buk. Miis Martha  trreeij, of 9 ciaremont St., in taking a  pan ot Ooiiiner fat from the oven spilt it  over rrerrignthand_ �� The boilirijr fat  ran tn t0 tlle palm 0f mv hand," she  says    ��. an(1 oyer all ffly fl���gers   j was  p-most wild with the pain. The hand  De carue.6twoIjenj afld large blisterj, for_  ���Jar all over the palm and along   the  to use the hand at all. I tried several  Kuias of salves and liniments, but the  WDUnd seemed apparently no better. It  was altogether too severe for these pre-  Parationstoheal   -  About.this time I was advised to try  Zam-Buk. I stopped using all other  preparations and applied it instead.  The very first applician soothed my  hand and seerned-,to;.draw out the fire  and inflammattionx and as I kept on  using Zam-Buk the blisters gradually  dried up anp disappeared. In s very  short time the scald was healed com-  pletly." ��  This but one instances or the. uses to  which Zam-Buk can be so' advantageously applied. It is equally effectived  for burns, cuts,, bruises, abrasions,  sprains and stifness: It also cures eczema, ulcere, sores, bloodpoisoningY  ringworm, scalp sores, chronic wounds  blackheads, pimples, cold/ sores, chapped hands, and all skin diseases and in-v  juries. Rubbed wedl on to the chest, in  cases of cold, it relieves the aching and  tightness, and applied as an embrocation it cures rheumatism, sciatica neUr-  algia, etc. All druggist and stores sell  at 50c. box, or "post free from Zara Buk  Co.,.Toronto, for receipt of price. 3  boxes for $1.25.  1    MINING   I  �� '   ��  (���0����>*-��0e����-��*ii����������a����**��������  Duong October tlie Consolidated smelter at Trail treated 38,700  tons of ore and the "-Centre Star  shipments to TraiH'or the month  amounted to 18,000 tons.  -^^ursssEj-. T  -jaas^cT3Rsa^B��siafinrj  .   K. Hasegawa, of'the Farikawa  minium   company, of   Japan,   is  visiting the mining camps of tbe"  Boundary.  An important striki of high-  grade ore has been found bv diamond-drilling on La Roi No. 2.  The ore gave assays from $7.? to  $370 a tori.  The oven does  the baking, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE GRATES  are important.  m*&  The gold output of the Tctnaua  country this year amounts to  $6,000,000 and it is said the  amount would have been doubled  but fr>r *hp =c.nrc;ty of water.  RAIL W.A Y  ANNUAL  jfC"A JFlrfir ��  ililipr^'  &&ty.J:'~ -���'  mm  ,*8 -  Farmers,   farmers'  w'v��s,    store   ,��irls,  clerks,       bricklayers,  policeman and postmen���  all who have to be oa their  feetallday, and sufferfrom  sorefeet, ciiafitig, or blistering-  will find reli f in  Z&m-fiuis.  Mr.  Wm.. Ash ley I 527 Seigneurs St., Montreal, says:���"I  sultered cruelly from sore feet, '.  which lircame rawrmd blistered.'  Some days I was hardly able to  walk   home   from   woik,   and  others I had to leave off about   g^j,,  3 o'clock.    Powders, "salves and   g^g  ointment* of all kinds I tried in - JJ^fS  US vain, sometimes actually work-   f^0.  ^a      ing with them in my boots. I   %k0j  was advised to try Zam-Buk,  and in a few horns it reduced  ��� the smarting and soreness. J  kept on with it,'putting a  little on each night, Inafew  daysthesorenesswasallgone.-  Oiall stores and medicine ven-  dots at 50c, a" box, or Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto. "Cures eczema,  praiiieitch, snltiheum, insect  stings, sunburns, cuts, burns,  and ail skid injuries and  diseases.      '  r*5  Si  \ Double  ���1       \J)uplex  Grates  "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.  Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way" is the surest-serving way��� and that's  "Sask-alta" way.  a  -xcursions  Low Round Trip Rates to  'ONTARIO,   OUEBEC* AND  i MARITIME   PROVINCES  j Tickets on wale December 1 to Dec 31,  ; inclusive, tfood lo return  within   tlucj  mouths.  Tickets issued in  connection   Atlantic  ; S; on null ip   business   will   beon   sak;  from Nov. 21.and limited to five uioullis  Iroin date of issue.  Finest Eaulpment.    Standard   First  Class Sleepinir and Tourist Carson all  Through Trains.  2 Throu-h Express trains daily  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" '  Leaves Winnip-j^ daily at 22 10,  rrnlc-  iujf  coiinectiotia  at    Toronto   for  all  points east and w.-st thereof  Apply lo tuarest C P li. Agent lor full  inforniation.  H     F?.    RBDPATH.    AGENT  GKKEMWOOD  J. E Proctor, D.P.A, Calgary  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary  For Sale By  THE   HUNTER-KENDRICK  CO,,   LTD.  Orgau.'for sale, good as new,  $4St Must be sold, want the floor  room.    A. L.White phonel6  Renewal of Hotel Licence  Takr: notice that I,Evan O. Liswis.of Boundary  Falls, B. C., intend applying to the Superintendent of.Proviiicial Police, at the expiration, of  one month from date hereof, for a renewal of  my Hotel Licence for thepr'emises known as the  Smelter Hotel at Boundary Falls B. C  Dated this 29th Oct. 1908,  Signed, E. O. Lewis  NOTICE  UNDER and by virtue of the powers contained inacertaln Indenture of Mortgage which  will be produced at the time of sale there-will  be offered for sale bv public auction" by the undersigned at the Court House in the city of  Greenwood ou Moudav ttielMh dav ofNovem-  ber, I9O8 at the hour of 11 o'clock "In the forenoon the following property, namely:���  Lot three. (3) and fwur '(�����)"! 11 block Fifty-ninc  (59) accordinir to Kepstered Plan Scventv (70).  Citj-of Greenwood,  Dated this 26th dav of October, 1908. -  i       - '  .'��� JAMESS. BIRNIE.  is   the Pioneer Weekly-  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  ^The Times   has  the  most complete Stock of-  Type,   Inks,   Paper,   in  the Boundary.  "f The Times is improving its  stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every"  -month.  f The Times, in Job  Work,' Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods. .  SUB IF IT CAJS['T.  ���f Subscribe For, Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to -the Boundary's  Leading Paper,  The Hampshire mine at Silyer-  ton has been bonded for $30,900  with a cash payment down. The  new owner, B. M. Sh.arpe, ot  Orient, -Wash., has already put a  force of men on development work  The Granby: Consolidated. has  declared another 2 per cent divir  dend payable on December 16th,  It is reported that the Canadian  Consolidated Mining and Smelting- company will purchase the  Ivanhae group of twenty-six  claims located on the north side  of the Slocan Star.  ��� The prediction is freely made  that the price of copper will make  16c in the immediate future.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To W. C. Thomas and J. A. I'evlin or to  whomsoever they have transfc rred their Interests in the Monte Carlo, Eunx-ne, Dilman and  Number Seven mineral claima situated on the  West Fork of Kettle Rirer, Greenwood Mlii-  incr Divison of YaleDist. B. C  You arc hereby notified that we tbe underBlff-  ned have expended tbe sum of four hundred  dollars on the above claims together with recording-fees, such, being required to bold the  said claims for the year ending August 12th,  19CI8, under the provision of the Mineral.Act  and Amending Acts ; aud if ot the expiration  of nlnctj*'days from the date of the first publl  cation of this notice in. the Boundary Creek  Times you fail.or refuse to contribute yourpor  tion of such expenditure, namely $200, together  with all costs of advertising, vour interests in  the silid mineral claims slnll become vested in  us (your co-owners) upon filing in the proper-  office in that behalf the affidavit required by  Section 4uf the Mineral Act Amendment Act  1900-  ��� Dated this8th dav of October, 1908.  ' C H. FAIR.  T. J.BENNINGER.  The Keremeos Coppej: Co. have  ���let a contract for another 100 feet  pf tunnel on their group of claims  three miles from Keremeos. A  spur will be built from the V. V.  and E, to a point near the mines.  In the past nine ������ years the  Boundary has produced over  7,000,000 tons'of ore, 65 per cent,  of which has been mined by the  Granby Co. and 20 per cent,, by  the B.C. Copper Co's'Mother Lode  mine  We will send you The Boundary Greek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal^  gary, a first-class Fsncher's Paper/ from  now until January 1st, 1910*  Sipopsis oi Canadian 'Berth-West  HOMESTEAD "REGULATIONS.  A NY even-nuniberid section of Dominion  "- Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan add  Alberta, excepting 8and 26, not reserved, may  be honiesteaded bvany person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over Iff years of  atfe. to the extent of one-quarter section of 350  .it-res, more or less.  Application for entry must be niadein person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land Agencv  or Suli-agcncy for the district in which the land  Is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  mad��at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son. daughter, brother or  sister of an i.-tending homesteader. .  Dutiks���I. At least six montl'S' residence  upon ajd cultivation of the land in each year  for tbrae years.  2. A homesteader may, if he so desires, per  form the required residence duties by living on  farming land owned solely by him, not less  than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of his horr cstcad. He may also do so by living  with father or mother, on certain Cotidition  joint ownership in land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intending to perforn. his  residence duties in accordance with the above  while living'wlth parents or on farming- land  owned by himself must 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.  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting aud decor;  at ing- promptly done.  lUail Papering  End Kalsomining  Scud hi your spring-orders.  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Jinies  Twelve Months for  The* first  gold brick from the  Nugget mine weighsover 250 ozs.  and is valued at $5,000.  A large force is at work on. the  Queen Victoria mine near Nelson.  The alterations in the Bluebell mill at Riondel have" been  completed.  Send us $3,00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of "the Boundary for  a whole year. '   .���  ��� ���������������������>���������� ������>.< ��> ��� *\  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A leading health Journal In ansrror-  ing the question, K What U tho best  prescription to olean and purify thc  I  blood t" print* la m noeat iaane thc _}  following i  Fluid Kxtraot Dandelioa one ounce;  Compound Salatone, one ounce ;  Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, four  ounces.  Shake vail and na* in teospoonful  doaes after each meal and at bedtime.  A -well-known phynioiaa states thut  these are harmless vegetable ingredients, which oan be obtained from  any good prescription pharmacy.  This mixture -will clean the blood  of all impurities. In just a few days  '��� > ttta skin begins to clear of sores, boik  ' ��� and pimples. It puta vigor and  \ I energy * into run-down debilitated  man. and women. For many years  SarsapsHUa alone has been considered  a flood blood raodioine. But while  it Built up and made now blood, the  impurities reraaiued within and the  good accomplished was only temporary. Sarsaparilla, however, when  used in combination with Compound  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  works wonders. This combination  puta the kidneys to work to filter  nnd slit out the waste matter, uric  acid, and othe? impurities that cattso  <liaeaae. It makes new blood end  relieves r.'u"vo.it!3in and lame back  and bladder troubles.  'l-e��������>��>��>����������*����>����������'  Sales Agent Wanted.  $36 per Week or 400 per cent���  Profit.  All samples, stationery, and  art catalogue free. We want  one permanent agent in this  locality for the largest pic-  ture and frame house in Anv  erica.' Experience unnecessary, We instruct you how  to sell our goods and furnish  you the. capital. If you want  a permanent, honorable and  profitable position, write us  for particulars,' catalogue  and samples. PRANK W.  WILLIAMS COMPANY,  1214 W.Taylor St..Chicago,  11.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'CLATAWA NO. 2 "Mineral Claim, situate  in tbe Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale  District. Where located: On WallaceMouti  tain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Kdaard H.Mortimer  Free Miner's ccrtlficaw No. 1114422, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Kccordcr |nr a Certificate of Improvement* for the i ur|K.so ��f obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And furtln'r tvke notice that action under section .", must be cuinniriiced before the Issuance  ��� >f such Certilicate of Improvements,  liaiod iIiIh Ninth <l.iv nt S��vjteniber A.D. 1*)08.  K'UV \K�� H. iVMRTiMKR-  Application for Liquor License.  Ta!<e Notice that I, 5. T. Larsen, of Rock  Creek, intend applying to llic Superintendent  of.l*olice, at the expiration of one nioriih fror.i  ���lie d:ite hereof, for a renewal 'if my Ho el I.i-  ensi: for the premises known ns The River-ide  lli.iel. at I?ock Creek. li.C..  Dated this day. Ocober 2'Hli. -'his.  SAMUEL T.LAKSKN, Kock Creek.  LICENSE ACT,  1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, T, E. Salter. (I  J. MM\k'.iy.li C, <ntend applyiim to tlieSup:r  inleiideiit o( Provincial Police, al th* ex|>'irl--  ini; of o.-ie month from lhe date hereof, fer .i. ro-  ne.val of my hotel tieen.-ie f >r the [';-ir.iis^s  '.mown as the llniel tSpt-kaue.-iiin.iic at .Midway  U. C.  Ii.-u<i at :���:..!������v.i..-   11. ;., ihe  :Jrd   day. of  Oi-t  oin-r. Iv.i.s. Si(.'ucu. I.. F. SALTER  Renewal cf h^  al     1 i--  !3ce  Subscribe for The Times.  Take notice that i Sivert lih.-.l.of Mid�� r.y.intend apidyinir lo the Sujwrinter.iten; of l'rovln  ciat I'oliec, aithce.ipiratinn of one month front  date l.ereoi. (m'l renewal of my Hole! Licence  for ihf pr< inise5 known as the Central Hotel at  Midway.  Dated this 29th Oct. 190?.  Signed. S1VERT DHAL  iim  ;:7m  At  - *<��� n  V  -Ah i^)iySSSf^MPii��:' -  ���>y:;-:y.;.yW.itiHi?i:  y-'-y.y-iiyiii<>'r<!yi'-.  ^07y77fMf7M7��^^^:7i7:7.  >m^^m^^m.  I ;.:..--���  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  I  51  It  1  **  I  i?.  c^':''--"i'-*---i--"-.^>*?^^arf^'^s!*-> "-���11"-  |g-y--:  The House for Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*    JC    2*?  We carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE BROADWAY  BRAND     x       JC  At prices to suit everybody  ] Purely Personal j  Get the Genuine  in. I.      ������������~~���~-������*���~**������������*���""****  Insist on. Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  .,..m$*.  rm  7^7  '.%-���:  frrr*!-'  &i  y^c\ss-x5iii,; .':&''��� ,^''!^*^V/?*��������v,  Ha3fS#*.-.?',x'-*'.�� h >.v'..,- ,--*", A.'-^.i--jto  ����F^'V\ V- './���,ik(    ^"-'"v^dt   *  ^'?*dr��j7,  =?--?r:*l.--'i'^-*������   .........  iLi'J-'--- V   J ���il'-'Cli������.!'���' lo ���*  Delf   and  Hardware Sale  One-97 Piece new Dinner Set wns $15.00 now $11.  90.  One-97 Piece new Dinner Set was $13.25 now $10.  85.  100 per cent discount on full line of Glasswar  See our  line of heaters.  PL. X. WHITE  I Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  I  P. F. Roosa has gone   to New  York.  F. C. Buckless was in Spokane  tbis week. ���'������-.'...'  Archie Aberdeen is on a trip to  the West Fork.  Roy Buckless has gone to Pendleton.  J. H. Dimrnick has returned  from Spokane.  L. H. Moffatt, of Rowland,' is  in Greenwood.  E G. Cummings; of Beaverdell,  is in Greenwood.  J. W- Nelson was in Phoenix  on business yesterday.  Col. Lowery is on a trip to the  Slocan and way points.  J ihn Thorp, of Chesaw, was id  Greenwood Wednesday:.  Brakeman Allen left for the  ^oast last week-end.  W. A. Keith, merchant of Beaverdell, is iu Greenwood.  Howard Stevenson is suffering  from an attack of tonsilitis.  ^Mrs. John Desrosier is   seriously ill at the Sisters' hospital.  Archdeacon Beer, of Kaslo, arrived in Greenwood yesterday.  D. A. McBride, of Bridesville,  was in the city on Wednesday   ~  A. D. McLennan, of Rock  Creek, was in town on Tuesday.  T. K .Hanson, .merchant, of  Rock Creek,-was in townbu Tuesday.  R. Schweres, of Anarchist  mountain, was in town Wednesday. -������';.   ;���  Father Bedard, we are sorry-to  say, is suffering from a-very bad  cold. �����',;'  Tom Johnston,.an old-timer in  tbe-dry-belt," is visiting Greenwood. \'  ' James McGregor, inspector of  mines, is in the Boundary dis-i  trict.  R. J. Saunders and A. D. Hallett have returned from ��� a trip to  Spokane^  Alex. Mclntyre, of Kamloops,  was "registered at the Imperial  Monday. \  Col; Glossop and D. R. Tait, of  the Kettle Vallev Fruit Lauds  Co. of Midway, are in the city.  Tom Gray. Malkin & Co's representative, is in the Boundary,  and is busy collecting" election  hats.  G. McEachern, electrician ' for  the Daly Reduction Co.,-Hedley,  was in the city on  legal business  Monday.  Fancy goods, dolls,toys,, china-  ware, etc., arriving daily at McRae Bros.  Mrs. I. M. Parsons, of i ne-  apolls, is at the Imperial. As  secretary of the Alliance .Gold  Mining Co. Mrs. Parsons has  been contesting the suit of-H. H.  Shallenberger against that company in the County Court.  James Milroy, of Myncaster,  was in Greenwood this week accompanied by his father, Wm.  Milroy, of Kirkudbright. Scotland, who, with his daughter  Miss Milrpy, is on a visit to the  members of his family in the  Boundary.  Robert Wood has returned to  the. Sally mine at Beaverdell  Mr. Wood expects to be able to  increase the shipments from the  Sally and if present indicatipi s  hold out'the future of the Sally  as a steady shipper will be assured.   .'". .'".������"  .A very pleasant dance was  given at the Sunset mine last  night.  A lodge of 1 he Order ot Owls  was instituted in Greenwood this  week.  ; A feature of our new China  stack is the many sensible and  useful articles for everydajy use.  McRae Bros.  A marriage licence was issued  on the 20th inst. by Gov.-Agent  McMynn to John Mclnnes,  M.L.A., and Miss Fanny McKinnon, both of Phoenix,  H H. Shallenberger of Spo-  ane, who has long been identified  with Boundary mining is registered at the Windsor.  A Growing Business ~  As an illustration of the expanding business of Mr. M. J  Henry,  \he lorem-ist nurseryman of Wes  tern Canada, it>  roigbf   be   mer-  tiiined  that   recently   shi[ merits  were made from hisbead nursery,  3010 Wesiminster  road, Vancouver, to St.   George, Bermuda, to"  Ghina, and to Bellrav Castle, the  home of   Sir   Artliur   Middleton,  Northumberland, England.  Mr. Henry recently supplied the  full order for ornamental trees,  shrubs and vines for the Empress  Hotel, Victoria. This order was  secured in open competition with  many outside points. The total  weight of the shipment was over  four tons, probably th�� largest  shipment ever sent to a single  purchaser ou Vancouver Island.  This is only another insta.ce Mof  the I'heiiomenaf development of  this great industry.  CAMPBElXa - CLOTHINC  Fresh and snappy  * i  is the appearance of this raw-eased Melton  Overcoat/in perfect keeping with .the bright,  cold Winter days a heaicLof us.  It's warm arid comfortable, has style to spare,  and above all, the fine wearing qualities which  the honsst workmanship and good materials*  always give to  Campbell's Clothing  This style or other styles ���and we have some  mighty nice ones, too���we will be glad to show  you when you call.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd  IF  QThe funeral of the infant child,  of Mr. McGillvary,  of   Phoenix  took place yesterday to the Greenwood cemetery.  A, Logan & Co. have moved  their stock of jewelry td the store  in the Guess Block, ; lately occupied by the Thomas Drug Co.  . The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Church intend having a sale  of work Friday, December "Hih,  on��opper street. There will .be  aprons of all kinds; fancy handkerchiefs, dressed dolls,aud many  articles suitable for Xmas gifts  for sale.  Twenty-three different local  view postcards���6 for 25c at McRae Bros.  A marriage licence was^ issued  ^t the Government office on the  23rd to John A. Swanspn and  Annie Q. Swanson, ofvPhoenix.  The local talent .minstrel show  at Phoenix on Tuesday evening,  under the auspices of the 'Eaglep'  lodge ,Awas a grand success. The  entertainment gathered" in $5,00,  which'will be used to put in a sun-  parlor at tjie Phoenix hospital.  Christmas Cards in endless variety, 5c to' $2.00 each at Coles'  Bookstore.^-  Ketchell won his fight with  Papke tin the eleventh round.  Trouble in India.  Investigations by the Indian  officials has disclosed the existence  of a far-reaching organization of  h undreds of thousands of natives  bent on the overthrow of British  control.  i  The most serious aspect of" the  affair is the fact that the sedition  is being promoted by Hindus of  the highest caste, including some  of the most powerful native princes  The Imperial authorities are  apprehensive of the state of affairs and orders have been given  for the despatch of reinforcements  from Aldershot to the scene of  the impending revolt.  British officials are less fearful  ot Great Britain's ability to hold  the colony than of the ruinous  expense of a prolonged struggle  with the Hindus, which taken  with the enormous expenditures  ���recently contracted for by the  Imperial government makes the  situation look exceedingly grave.  Estrayed<���A bla<k horse, with  left hind foot white, white face ;  1jox 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.  Pietro Dorando, the �� Italian  runner who came to America ��� to  race John J. Hayes, the winner  of thp Marathon race inJDngland,  was the victor at Madison Square  Gardens yesterday. The _- race  was run indoors and at the finish  Dorando led Hayes by sixty yards  and in eleven minutes shorter  time than the course was run at  the English race.  The Greenwood Dairy I  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  ^:  Jenks Bros.  Greenwood  \  We have a few  cheap Lots for  Sale, close in,  Will Secure one:  4  4>  4r  I Bealey Investment & Trust (L<k9 Ltit*  ���4��     ' ' OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. '''������<*-*    T  *��*��*������*���** ���*�����** ���?'-l'^4'^*f*f ���f^++��f44'+'4*^  XtrfrvetVact?&���#.���(?VtP.tr*?*?'**tr trfPtPtPtftrtrtPtPtPtrtrtl'ir^trtr  TO  LAVV^'  ThePalace Livery Stable  i DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  j F. C.  BUCKL.ESS    PROPRIETOR   PATRONIZE  HOME  INDUSTRY, AND  SMOKE THE  OUNDAKY  GUESS  BLOCK  Call and See Us in our New Store  ���'.'������ ��  A. Logan S�� Co  Watchmakers & Jewellers  t��|Tf?i��������-�������������*�����*���*?�����?|P   fiff trtPtPyPtP tPtPtPtP tPtftPtP iPtP  ^tPtPtftPa^a^tPtPa^tPtPtPtPtPtPtP   &&&&fr#fr*r**\ftPtPfrtrtPt*#  I P. BURNS &m,ttdJ  *   ���-  ...... - - s  ��  ��  *  c  *  *  *  ��  ft  ��  *  *  ��  .. DEALERS IN ..  fresh and Cured meals  Fisb and Poultry.  ���������������������������������*������������������������O*����.**��A-i^W��������*������00��#*��0jli  :  *  ��  3  1  i  *  2L    ^  -c-i  CIGAR  HAVANA    FILLED.  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR; . 77  CLOTHES CLEANED.  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  ����� >     -  Agent for the Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Hoi/r, Manager.  S  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, -  ��� Printing  at[this officev;:-'-.v   .    # i  , ��� .��� ��� m   9  *��  This office is replete ttoitb everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  ork being  ccn with neatness and despatch <  3^7^>^>S^?^^^^^S^^?^?^^Jr^^^^  >S��5S��S3��5*3">-.  Get Wise   AND---- L "  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  jj, THE " PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA/'  $ Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 13a, Greenwood  I Phoeniy RrpwervTn    Successors to' the  |  riiuGMA  crewcry CO., Hkhorn Brewery Co A

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