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 Wi'-'SSZtf  ALL THE NEWS  While it's  NE W S  The Oldest Established  Newspaper  in the Boundry.  VOL. 15  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2,  1910.  No. 13  W  Clothing for the Kiddies  We have lately stocked up a fine line of Boys'  Suits, Extra Pants, also Reefers.  Suits from $4.00 to $6.50  Extra Pants $1.25 to $1.50  Reefers $4.00 to $4.50  Manufactured by a first-class  house  and warranted  well made.    An inspection requested.  Russell-Law-Caulfield Compy  Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, Men's and Boy's Goods  GREENWOOD, B. G  Rockers  Morris Chairs  Pictures  Mirrors  Rugs and Mats  Edison Phonographs  All Suitable for Xmas Gifts  Everything in the Furniture Line.  Gulley & Co.  ��, ?$$  WRNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  r^s2 "  &v ^ 2mmmsWawmmmmaaawmmmaamaa^  IV BURNS & CO.  smm.yy:^'Sm':  Sfe^.-.-.-.-.'.^V-"-  i^te- ^w:;.,---;:^���������':'.'.:���������:������   ��� ���'  ^Wholesale anjl Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  xfey and Game  $erStreet, Greenwood, B. C.  Ai  ./  !�����  j�� j�� <j> ji ji ji j* j�� j�� o* j�� j�� j�� .* jx jit j* i jx j�� jt j* jt ji ji jt jt jh j�� ji ji ji ji ji ji q  1FIR5T RATE CAFE |  ��� fc  ���%.  ������*���  V  v.-  AT THE}  WINDSOR HOTEL J  GREENWOOD, B. C. ?  O^v /\A/D Night  ERNIE CARTIER Manager  fc jt Jt Jt jt ji ji Jt jt jx jx ji ��������* ji jt jt jx jt ijt jx jt jt jt jt jx ji jt j�� ���jt ji jt ji jt jt jt  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GfcEENWQOD  OFFICE:    L-   L.   MATTHEWS'  CIGAR  STORE  -'.-.���.--'-��� Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  GILLIS & LAING, Prs.  THE KETTLE  VALLEY LINE  Will Be Built to the South  in Near Future.  WILL RUN BRANCH  TO MINING CAMP  Spur Will Be Run  From  the Coldwater River to  Steamboat Mountain  The Kettle Valley railway is  planning to link up Penticton  and southern Okanagan and the  Similkameen, and the latter district with the coast, by a system  of branch lines. The company  will apply to parliament next  session for an act changing its  name from The Kettle River Valley Railway Company, to the  Kettle Valley Railway Company,  the name by which it is now commonly known, and authorizing  it to construct a branch from  Penticton by the most feasible  route to a point on the international boundary at or near the  shore line of Osoosos lake.  This will connect Penticton  with the rich district directly  south, and will make the town an  important distributing point, as  all produce, etc., destined for the  coast or other parts of the province from southern Okanagan  and the Similkameen will pass  through Penticton.  The application to parliament  also provides for the construction  of two. other branches. One ot  them is from a point on the company's line already authorized,  which is understood to be either  Merritt or Penticton, by the most  direct route to or near Allison or  Penticton.    The' third branch is  v  from the Coldwater river to the  Fraser riyer and to Steamboat  Mountain mining camp. By these  branches the Kettle Valley railway company will provide transportation facilities for southern  Okanagan, Similkameen- and Nicola, and will enter the list as a  formidable rival of the V., V. &  E. railway.  Training. for Mining Men.  The new stamp-milling and  concentrating plant of the School  of Mines at the University of  Washington is now in readiness  for the short course for practical  mining men, which begins on  January 4th, aud lasts three  months. The mines building has  been newly equipped with assay  furnaces, additional balances,  power-driven sampling equipment, drafting tables and all  modern laboratory conveniences.  No examinations are required  for entrance to the short course  and the studies are so arranged  that any person interested in mining may follow them, regardless  of his previous training. There  are no charges, except for books  and materials actually used. A  full description of the course  may be obtained from Dean Mil-  nor Roberts, University of Washington, Seattle.  Instruction is given by seven  different departments under the  following subjects: The mineral industry, mining, fire' assaying, metallurgy, chemistry, mineralogy, geology, mining law,  surveying, forge, and field trips  to mines, mills and smelters.  Boy Scouts  I. The resignation of R. G, Hargreaves as Scoutmaster of our  Boy Scouts, places that corps in  an inactive condition at present,  and greatly to be regretted by all  those wbo witnessed the splendid  work perlormed by them at the  late exhibition. After much la-  borous work, self denying of  pleasure, which Scoutmaster Hargreaves could have been utilized  to his own pleasure, but willingly  given to the betterment of the  boys. It is too bad that this  friction has occurred, and all interested will feel pleased if it can  be removed and the Boy Scouts  well to the front again with renewed vigor  Assistant Scoutmaster Rev. M.  F. Hilton will take the place of  Scoutmaster, till some person will  come forward and take this position.  TRAGEDY OF A STAMP  Canadian   Twelve - Penny  Black Had Career.  In the year 1851 a 12 penny  black Canadian postage stamp  was printed bv the government  of Ottawa. The public did not  regard this sombre issue with  favor so few were issued. One  of these stamps was sent to the  Hamilton postoffice, where it was  sold to an old gentleman, who  said it was a shame to print the  Queen's picture on a stamp that  might be handled by profane  hands. Tenderly the gentleman  put it on a parcel, sending it to  a friend in the United States.  Here, in the waste basket, it  lay for some time until it was  found by a boy who had started  stamp collecting. He quickly  transferred it to his album After  a time despairing of getting a  good collection, and his fever  somewhat abating, he sold them  to a dealer. The new. owner on  looking at the catalogue, found  that what he had paid $5 for was  worth $25. Accidentally this  stamp was slipped into a 25-cent  packet, and sent to a dealer residing in Hamilton. When the  latter opened the packet, he was  astonished to find such a valuable stamp, and being honest,  wrote his friend to inform him  of what had happened, offering  him $1,200 for it. The offer was  accepted and the stamp again  changed hands.  By this time the stamp had increased in value, and not a few  came from a distance to look at  the treasure. One day an English nobleman, who, through a  friend, had heard of the stamp,  offered $1,500, which offer was  accepted. The English lord, falling in love with an American  heiress, and wishing to gain the  favor of her brother, presented  him with the stamp as a token of  his esteem. Here, in a new and  luxurious American home, it  came to a sad end, for one day  the maid, by mistake, swept the  stamp, which had accidentally  fallen out of the album, into the  fire. In an instant the stamp,  which thousands had heard of  and longed for, went up in smoke  to the broad blue sky, leaving  not a trace behind.  The Bank of England  While there is no perfect Bafety  for life or property in this world,  measures adopted by the Bank of  England to protect its treasure  against the depredations of robbers exhibit almost the limit of  human ingenuity.  Its outer doors are now so finely  balanced that a clerk, by pressing  a knob under his desk, can close  them instantly, and they cannot  be opened again except by a  special mechanism.  The bullion department of this  great British banking institution  is nightly submerged in several  feet of water by the action of  machinery. In some of the London banks the bullion departments are connected with the  manager's sleeping rooms, and an  entrance cannot be effected without setting off an alarm near this  person's head.  If, in the Bank of England, a  dishonest official during day or  night, should take even one from  a pile of a thousand soverigns,  the whole pile would instantly  sink and pool of water take its  place, besides letting every person in the establishment know of  the theft.  Organs Transposed.  One of the most remarkable  cases in the annals of medical research as regards human anatomy came under the notice of the  medical faculty of Queen's university at Kingston recently.  While demonstrating to a class  of second year medical students,  how to operate for appendicitis,  Dr. Richardson discovered the  location of the organs of his subject were completely at variance  with the location of the organs  of the normal man. The heart  was on the right side, the appendix, instead of being on the right  side, was located in a corresponding position oh the left side, and  all the other organs on the side  opposite to that on which they  are found in the make-up of the  normal man.  The phenonmenon is the first  case in which the whole internal  system ot a man has been found  misplaced. The body is that of  a man who in life was of strong  physique. Death was due to a  feyer and not of any organic  trouble.  The body was that o�� a convict  who died some time ago in the  penitentiary.  Churches Foster Matrimony  A new   branch   of instruction  has  been opened in   the  churches   in St.  Louis, Me.,   that  <>f a department of  matriony."  The purpose of the new institution  will be to bring;  about  acquaintances  which   may   lea<l to happy marriages,  to train   youn<r   men   and   women to  understand and   appreciate  the duties  and   responsibilities   of   the   married,  state, and to prevent the sort of   marriages which comes to an end on   default day with the words,    'decree for  plaintiff.*  The old   fashioned   church   social  or oyster supper used to be a rallayinK  place, but is not scientific  enough' to  suit modern experts.  These gatherings are for the purpose of hearing a lecture, but opportunity for the ynung folks to get acquainted at the luncheon, which will  intervene between the meeting and  the evening church service.  Oysters. cr.ibs, smrlts, r��lc.  rue served at 'the Windsor hotel  cafe and dining mom, and i-o  ;>retty slick and rot at all h:��rd  to take.    Ouite a trea, try  them.  Cheerfulness is an excelVnt  wearing quality. It has been  called thc bright weather of the  heart.  St. Andrew's Day.  Hurrah for Bonny Scotland!  Such are our thoughts and wishes, for November 30th was St.  Andrew's Day. the Patron Saint  of the northermost Kingdom of  Great Britain. And who was  St. Andrew, and what his history?  He was born in Bethsaida and  was brother to St. Peter. He  had the honor of being the first  apostle to find Christ, and to do  the missionary work of bringing  others to the MesBiah.  Stratocles had been cured by  him of a dangerous disease. Oge-  as called upon him to denounce  his faith in Christ, but rather  than do this, he suffered martyrdom on the cross His cross was  formed of two pieces of timber  crossing one another in the form  of the letter X. To this he was  tied, and on it lingered for two  days.  Certain of his relics were  brought to Scotland -**in the 4th  century by St. Regulus, and since  that time St. Andrew has been  recognized as its Patron. He is  also the Patron of the most noble  and the most ancient Order of  the Thistle, the Scottish Order  of Knighthood. He is the Patron of Russia, and the Order of  St. Andrew is the principal Russian Order of Knighthood. And  lastly he is the Patron of the  Order of the Golden Fleece,  founded by Philip the Good,  Duke of Burgundy, A. D., 1429,  and now belonging to the Austrian Empire.  For Immediate Sale  Cheap  Ten-Acre Fruit Farm at  Midway, B. C.  Under irrigation system. Good stable, well and  windmill pump. One mile school, quarter mile depot.  Trees will be in their fourth year in 1911. For further  particulars apply  H. W. FARMER & CO., Agents,  BOCK CREEK. B. C.  _ TP-.       '   ��� ���   ���       7^ TZ  Coming to Greenwockl  ���ONE NIGHT ONLY^  The Great Dramatic Society Event of the Entire Season,  Adella Nickerson !��^^ Sanford Dodge  $������  and excellent company presenting elaborate���s.j.'oic j.io.lu.-.iioiis  of the greatest of all Dramatic Masterpieces,  Cbe three musket eers  tt  WEDNESDAY  EVENING,  ��D  Elegant Costumes. Wonderful Electrical Effects.   A  \< Guaranteed Attraction, Crowded Houses Everywhere  Secure You Seats Early. Now on sale at Logans  i       Prices 50c and 75c.        Reserved Seats $1.00  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTUnUSUED  1807  B. E. WALKER, president  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manner  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest .������.Mowed atcurren.  rates.    Accounts  may be opened in the names of two or  more persons and withdrawals made  by any  one of them or by the survivor. ,24  J T. BEATIE, Manager. Greenwood Branch  SQAPS  JAYNES' SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK  25c  FAIRY SOAP, ���  3 cakes for  GLYCERINE  SOAP  TRANSPARENT  and LILAC ROSE  IOC    Cake  TO RENT���Pianos also sewing  machines.    Enquire of A. L. White.  JAinfcb, f.ROCE  9 GR0CERER THE    BOUNDARY    CREEK  TIMES
..Bank of Montreal..
Rest $12,000,000.
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.
UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56
Hon. President :   Lord Strathcona and Mount Rovai, i.. •-• ni. i..
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Branches in London, Eng. \ ^J^^^L. \ New York, Chicago.
Buy  aad sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; (Irani Commercial a,.
ivellera' Credits, available iu any partjuf Hie world.
Interest allowed at current rates.
W. F. PROCTOR, manager.
Greenwood Branch,
1S36       THE BANK OF
ritish North America
IA Years In Business. Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.
A Reserve Fund
is as necessary for a
family  as   for   a
  com pan}'.    Tlie best
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 $1.00 and upwards received and
Interest compounded at highest current rates.
Greenwood BrancW-F. A. CHESTER,  Manager.
Boundary Creek Times
issued Everv Tridav
Per Ybak     2 °°
Six Months  ! %>
To Forkion Countries  2 50
Friday, December 2 1910
expression of such wish render
invalid my other wishes, I limit
myself M the above mentioned
directions, praying that my body
may be carried to ihe nearest
convenient burial ground accompanied by not more than two persons without trappings, and that
■a simple cross, with only my
initials, date of birth and of
death, mark the spot."
We have not the least doubt
that if the government would
clear the land and giye it to settlors that it would be rapidly
taken tip. It would be still more
rapidly taken up if the government would build houses and
barns for the settlers, and even
more rapidly if they would put
the necessary number of horHes
and cattle upon such farms, and
possibly if they would furnish
each farm house with a phonograph and set up a moving picture show on every section, the
inrush of settlers would be quite
rapid.    The nnlv difficulty about
Discussing the question of local
option which is at present the
live issue in Saskatoon, Alta.,
the Pioneer of that city says very
sensibly, "We are not possessed
of any large amount of confidence
in the value of local option as a
means of checking the evils of
the drink traffic. We are inclined to think, as with some other
evils of the day, that what is
wanted is more character and less
law; more good ethics and less
personal interference."
reality investments. British Columbia offers the mining investor
one of the best fields in the world
for legitimate use of his capital
in profitable development enterprises. 	
While the mining industry of
British Columbia appears to be
taking oh new life, and enlisting
the investment of new capital,
there nfiver was a time in the
the history of the Province when
the public require to be more on
their guard against wildcat promotions. The appearance of
these regrettable accompaniments
of mining development is one of
the surest indications >of returning prosperity. There are lots
of good, sound, legitimate investments in the mining sections of
the Province, but somehow there
are always, and in every country,
unscrupulous promoters who
would rather offer the public
some rotten proposition, probably because there is more money
in it, than devote their time to
the flotation of of legitimate
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The Frst Thought Mine at Orient, Wash., is owned by P. Burns
& Co., Ltd., the British Columbia
operators, and is under the management of Alex Sharp, M. K. The
mine is situated on the east side of
the Kettle river, three miles northeast from Orient, on the Great
Northern railway. The mine has
been producting for the past five
years. Thirty men are employed,
and present production is about 50
tons a day, shipped to Trail  smelter.
Nov. were as follows: Granby
mines, 18,446 tons; Jackpot, 808
tons; Mother Lode, 5,998 tons; No.
7, 95 tons; Rawhide, 3,000 tons;
Snowshoe, 2,578 tons.
Those whose judgement is usually
accurate predict that the copper metal
will sell up to 14 cents before July 1.
From the IX C. Mining Record.
There ar« several ways of improving the ventilation of an adit
until a raise  has  been   made  oi
Complaints have been make to
us of the indifference with which
r,he directors of some companies,
especially those organized ostensibly for mining development, regard their duties and responsibility to the shareholders with
whose interests they are entrusted. For instance, in the case of
companies holding a bend, on a
property, the bond has been allowed to lapse, and the shareholders have lost their assets apparently without an effort on the
part of the directors to protect
them, and certainly without the
shareholders haying been called
together, the facts laid before
them, and their wishes ascertained and consulted as to the assets
behind the organization being allowed to disappear without the
shareholders being given an opportunity of protecting their
rights. This is a discreditable
state of affairs and there should
be some way of making directors
responsible for and liable to the
shareholders for such dereliction
of moral, if not legal duty.
doing these   things  is to lind the  compressor  installed.    A pipe of
money.    But speaking seriously, j WOod or metal, say ten   inches in
diameter, may be  carried well up
it is absurd to suggest that the
government can engage iu a
policy of land-clearing and then
give tbe cleared laud to settlers.
The political union of the state
of Maine with Canada is advocated by the Charlestown Daily
Guardian, which says, "It is
high time that the statesmen of
Canada give serious consideration to the possibility, to use no
stronger term, of admitting the
state of Maine to Canada." A
glance at the map is sufficient to
show that Maine belongs geographically to Canada, rather
than to the United States. Being now a foreign country, it is
to some extent also an obstacle
to the right development of our
great transportation system?,
while at the same time, the state
is shut out from development.
It will be remembered that the
executors of Miss Nightingale's
property were unable to accede to
the widely expressed desire that
her remains should be accorded a
public funeral, and the reason is
found in the following clause of
her will. 'T give my body for
dissection or post mortem examination for the purpose ot medical
science, and I request that the
directions about my funeral given
by me to my uncle, the late Samuel Smith, he observed. My
original request that no memorial
■whatever should mark the place
where lies my 'mortal coil.' I
much desire this, but should the
to the face, and the outer end extended upward like a chimney,
thus drawing in fresh and exhausting the foul air. The current may be reversed by placing
a triangular sail over the top of
the pipe, and converging to it,
adjustable to catch the wind as
its direction changes. Or, a furnace may be built at the mouth
of the adit, being constructed of
rocks plastered with mud, and
fitted with a pipe for a chimney,
the pipe from the tunnel entering
below the. grate. Start a fire,
close the door, and the draft created in the intake pipe draws the
foul air out of thc adit, fresh air
rushing in to take its place.
Discussing indifferent company
management, a contemporary
properly remarks: "Where information is denied an investor
or intending investor the wise
thing for him to do is to get out
if he is in, or keep out if he is
thinking of getting in."
\L W. Gilman, general manager
of the Canadian Rand company, has
just completed an inspection of the
company's branches in B. C.
Granby is now earning at the rate
rate of about $50,000 monthly, or
over $4 a share annually on its stock.
The company has no indebtedness,
and its cash, copper in process and
other quick assets now aggregate over
Si, 000,000. The Crow's Nest
Pass Coal company, >» which Granby
is a very large stockholder, resumed
dividends three months ago with a
payment of $1 per share. A second
dividend of like amount has just been
declared. It understood that Granby's income from this source will
amount to between $40,000 and $50,-
000 annually.  	
At the Greenwood-Phoenix bore
the work is going on steadily with a
force of 22 men. Two 3.}--in. rock
drills, operated by a 550-cu. ft. air
compressor are employed.
To Destroy Stumps.
The process of Prof. Sparks,
which it is the intention of the
management of ! the Oregon and
Washington railroad -to reduce
to pamphlet form for the purpose
of bringing it to the attention of
proposed settlers from the east,
provides for an excavation around
the stump, filling the latter with
cinders, covered with gravel or
cracked rock, on which is smeared fuel oil, covering this latter
with kindling and setting it on
fire, after which it is covered
with clay in such a manner as
not to allow the heat to escape.
Any number of stumps can be
provided for, and the time required for eradication averages
from two to three weeks.
There is one man in the United States who has perhaps heard
more women's set'rets than anyxother man or woman in the
country. These recrets are not secrets of guilt or shame, but
the s-jcrets of suffering, and they have heen confided to Dr.
14. V. fit:rce in the hope and expectation of advice and help.
'1 hut fi".< of these women have been disappointed in their ex-.
p:.'xti!tioiih is proved by the fact that ninety-eight per cent, of
nil iv.imcn Created by Dr. I'ierce have been absolutely and
altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the
c.'ses treaied wer* numbered by hundreds only. But when
t'at record yppliei to the treatment of more than half-a- million wo::ien, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal,
mid entitles Dr. I'ierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the first ol
specialists in the treatment of women's diseases.
^ Every sick \"o,iiun may consult Dr. I'ierce by letter, absolutely without
c':;ir.;j. AH repiios are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without
a. y printin'ft or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as with-
n-it lee, tn Worlds Dispensary Medics! Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Preat..
L.y.-'.j,   N. V. .
»■::.!, 2*ira:aei2»s favorite prescription
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        tSlols.  *C*S7"oa-i3.o:*x VSTeU,
E/lectric current supplied for Power, Lighting,
Heating and Ventilating. Power furnished
for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with
absolute guarantee of continuous power service
Get Our Rates. We Can Save J^iis;
■ tifjli|i-if i"jy;
If you are suffering from biliousness
constipation, indigestion, chronic
headache, invest one cent in a postal
card, send to Chamberlain's Medicine
Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your
name and address plainly on the back,
and they will forward yo.i a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Sold by all druggists
and dealers,
Do you owe the Boundary Creek
Times for your subscription? Your
paper label tells the story. Bring it
in.    It will be very acceptable.
The first mining failure in a
district generally give it a "black
eye," but should not condemn it,
and if frankly admitted and explained would probably lead to
an early investigation and solution of the causes.
The pecular properties of Chamber-
lain,s Cough Remedy have beeu
thoroughly tested during epidemics of
influenza, and when it was taken in
time we have not heard of a single
case of pneumonia. Sold by all druggists and dealers.
Development has been underway
on the Maple Leaf group at Franklin
camp all summer. The work will
be resumed next spring. It is likely
that ore shipments will be made from
the Bentley claims next year, provided proper facilities can be arranged
Work on the 15-ft. seam of coal
now being worked bv the Osoyoos
Coal Co., at Princeton, has bared
the. seam for over 310 ft. An entry
has been driven in the seam for about
100 ft. Three car loads of coal are
ready for shipment and this will be
moved as soon as snow roads are in
good condition.	
The shipments of ore from the
Boundary district for the week ending
Has secured a beautiful lot
of Briars, Meersham and
other pipes and smokers necessities, Havana cigars, etc.
New lot high grade Ccnfec-
Phoenix and Midway Stage Office.
Afjeiitfor Reco Laundry, Phoenix.
There is no cleaner or more
profitable pursuit in life than
mining, when in the hands of
men of responsibility and integrity. Everv dollar raised from
the mine and added to the wealth
of the nation comes without the
injury to fellowmen resulting
from competitive trade and industry, which so often thrive on
the misfortunes of others. If an
investor in a mine would have
his prospective investment valued and reported on bv a reputable
mining engineer, and followed
his advice, just as he would have
a valuation made of a prospective mortgage investment, he
would find that nine times out of
ten he would make more money
out of the mining investment,
than in the case of  mortgages or
Italian workmen in America
sent sixty million dollars to Italy
last year.
It is well to have on hand
:t remedy^ simple, effective and
easily applied, for mosquito
bites, insect sting's, sores,
bruises, sunburn, aud injuries
to the skin, and forty other
ailments not always dangerous, but which can be cured
by outward application. Such
a remedy is Davis' Menthol
Sal ve( ThcD.&L.), which comes
i:i tins for 25 cts. at druggists.
130 tons of baled wheat hay,
first-class quality. IS tons
of No. 1 Timothy. Apply
to       R. G. SIDLEY,
Sidley, B. C,
Many persons findjthemselves affected with a persistent cough after an
attack of influenza. As this cough
can be promptly cured bv the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it
should not be allowed to run on until
it becomes troublesome Sold by all
druggists and dealers.
Subscribe to your town pane*—the
Boundary Creek Times and keep
posted on all that is happening—only
$2.00 a year in advance; $1.00 for
six months.
(Section 42)
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known as
the Spokane Hotel, situate at Midway,
B. O., in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of October,
1910. L. E. Salter,
Pacific Hotel
Gkirg & Morrison, Prop.
The Pacific is the Headquarters
for Commercial and Mining Men
Is steam-heated, electric lighted;
the rooms are large and cosy.
rhe Best Cuisine between
Winnipeg and the CoasL
4» •$. 4.4> *f 4* 4* 4> 4»
Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to
connect with Spokane train; and
at 2 p.m   with Keremeos train.
J. McDonell.
M OTICE Is hereby given that an application will be made under part V. of the
"Water Act, 1909.*' to obtain a license In the
Similkameen Division of Yale District.
(a.) The name, address and occnpatlon of the
applicant. Jerome McDonell, Anaconda, B. ,C.
(b.) The name of the lake, stream or source.
Spring on Little Frank mineral claim on South
Iiind creek.
(c.) The point of diversion, is at the spring
close to the northwest corner of Little Frank
mineral claim.
(d.l The quantity of water nppUed for, in
cubic feet per second, is Ten (10) inches (1.0415
cubic feet).
'e.) The character of the proposed works.
Pipes and flumes.
(f.) The premises on which the water is to
l>euse1.   My pre-emption No. 2035.
(jr.) The purposes for which tlie water Is to
be used.   Irrigation.
(h.) If for irrigation describe the laad Intended to be irrigated, giving acreage. My
pre-emption No. 2935, consisting of 28 acres,
more or less.
(j.) Area of Crown land iuteuded to be occupied by the proposed works.   None.
(k.) This notice was posted ou ihe 10th day
of September, 1910, and application will be made
tothe Commissioner on the 25th day of October, 1910.
(1.) Give the names aud addresses of auv
riparian proprietors or llcencees who or whose
lands are likely to be affected by the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet! Tbe
pipe will cross Hamilton mineral claim, owned
by W. J. Harris,,Spp4£aa«j-WMl»tngtc|B,\the
Little l^nk toiuerirclWnt, owned by Aoiieph
J. Mcp6ttoe\\, 4tikWni&B<.<:.y .,v'-;,:V^
ry'y-: !^^^J«»*^:Me1)ON?aAi!
*$$$&■ '''yy' AnMbnaa. *.■£.
Regular monthly meetings of Greenwood
Lodge No. 28, A. F. & M., are held on the first
Thursday of each month at Fraternity Hall,
Government street. Visiting brethren cordially
welcomed. W. ELSON, W. M. J. S. BIRNIE,
I. 0. O. F.
Boundary Valley Lodge No. 38, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 p. 111. in the I. O. O F
hall. F. E. BROWN, N. G. GREY PONT>,
hearty welcome to all visiting brothers.
Greenwood Lodge, K Y>f P., meets every
Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. in K, P. Hall.
and S.    WM. LAWSON, C. C.
w. f. m.
Greenwood Miners" Union No.22, meets every
Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street,
at 7:30 p. m., and at Mother Lode mine every
Friday evening al 7:30 p. m. LESTER MACKENZIE, Secretary.
Greenwood Rebekah Lodge No. IM, I. O. O. F.
meets first and third Mondays of each month
at I. O. O.F.Hall. MRS. THOMPSON, N. G.
HALCROW, Rec. Sec.
CO., L/T'D.
Leaves Mother Lode
930 a.  m.
6:30 p.  m.
Leaves Greenwood
2:00 p.  m.
8:30 p.   m.
Saturday   last    stage    leaves  J»
%   Mother Lode6p.m.   Returning,
*^ leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.
% Greenwood Office
In Wellington Camp.   The property
known as The   Golden   Crown,   with
plant and equipement now found thereon.
For terms and particulars apply to
G. R. Coldwell,
Brandon, Manitoba.
Methodist — Rev. I. B. Hibbert
will conduct services in the Methodist
Church every Sunday. Morning, 11
a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening.
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evening, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p..in. Sunday School 2.30 p. in. Rev. J. A.
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Anglican -St: Jude's. Services:
Holy Communion at 8:30 a tn.. on 1st,
3rd, and 5th Sundays; Holy Communion at S:.V) a. ni., 1st, 3rd and Sth Sundays morning prayer at 11 a. tn.;
evening prayer at 7:30 p. 111.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. Rev, F. M. Hilton, vicar.
Catholic—Church of the Sacred
Heart.—Divine service 1st, thirdand
fourth Sunday in each month. Holy
mass at 10 a. ni.; vespers am! benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a'
2:30 p.m. Rkv. .1. A. Hedar • •>. M.. I
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TIMES THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  4  /   /  $  ���R. CRIPPENS  CONFESSION  Admits He Killed His Wife  Because She Constantly  Nagged Him.  2LAMS THAT SHE  ^ DRANK INTOXICANTS  [killed Her With Poison and  Then Dismembered  Her Body.  within an bour  and died in  her  bed that night.  "The next day Crippen dragged the body to the basement  where he cut it up, burning a  portion in a range and removing  all trace of identity as to  whether tbe body was that of a  male or female. What remained  unbumed he buried under the  brick floor." -  WOULD END WARFARE  Labor Congress Resolutions  Presented to Premier.  The London Evening Times  [publishes the following alleged  confession of Dr. Crippen who  ijwas hanged in the Pentonville  [prison on the 23d inst. for the  murder of his wife, Belle Elmore-  Crippen:  "Crippen, before  he died, con-  I  tessed his yuilt to a  friend who,  CONDENSED  NEWS ITEMS  Hon. R. Lemieux, who has been  representing Canada at the opening  of the first United South African parliament sailed from Durban and will  visit Egypt and Italy on his way home.  lunable to .hold, tbe  awiul  secret  lmf\%wq^^ full  |||ittte-'to':^|i^^.J: '7:'"'-'7'  i^'^ir^^feferred' to his'  f^ife^';sis^tiiilBfeir and her, pecul-  lair power's "'oi aggravation'.    She  was always nagging him, jealous  [ to a degree hardly to be understood, always doubted his word,  and in every way gave tull play  rto her suspicious nature, making  ibis life a. veritable hell on earth.  'To the outer world she appeared  a  fine  lady, but  indoors  she gofe up late, walked about the  house with a pa jama jacket over  sher shoulders, and  always wore  ihideous hair curlers to preserve  Ithe curls of   which  she  was so  , proud."   Returning from his day's  work Crippen found her awaiting  ,him untidy, jealous and exacting.  He also found that she drank, a  failing of which he had a great  Phorror.  'On her return from America  i she boasted of a rich man who  had offered to provide for her  and threw in her husband's teeth  a certain American who professed  to love her.  "For some weeks before January 31, he had but one thought,  how to get rid of his wife. She  suffered from indigestion, for  which she was taking tablets  containing bismuth and coated  with sugar. Throughout January she was more trying and  troublesome even than usual.  Crippen's patience become exhausted. He knew the properties  of hyoscin from his experience in  lunatic asylums, and determined  to do away with his wife by giving her a controlling dose of this  deadly poison. He prepared the  tablets and after' dinner January  31, gave:her a .tablet impregnated with hyoscijff Instead of the  ordinary one.cwiteintng; bismuth.  "~ " ~':'^;-"^#;of:::^ebruary  1, on retnrnioig'/home, he found  his wife hMfiwre^sed, the curlers  in her ; fia^^liie pajama jacket  ;i?dll^*^otlrijj?iier shoulders, no  .ner. ready and  everything un-  and in disorder.  ''That night he  gave her an-  ifotber of the  tablets,    This was  the end.    She fell into  a stupor  Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Hon.  Mackenzie King, minister of labor, were called upon by officers  of the Dominion trades and labor  congress and leaders of various  international unions of Canada.  The object of the deputation  was to present resolutions adopted at the annual congress at Ft.  William. The deputation was  headed by William Glockling of  Toronto, president of the congress, and included A. Verville,  M, P. P.; T. G. O'Donohue and  M. P. Draper, secretary.  The resolutions of the congress  which were presented to the premier will be taken into his consideration. The most important  were as follows:  "That the trades and labor  congress is opposed to the enactment of a compulsory arbitration  law.  "That steps should be taken to  arrange for an international peace  conference at which an attempt  should be made to establish a  universal policy of opposition to  international warfare.  "That it is the unanimous desire of the working classes of  Canada that there should be federal legislation regarding cooperation in order to save them  from the clutches of capital.  "That Provisional antomy  should be conseryed.  "That the age of children eligible for employment should be  raised to sixteen years.  ���'That there should be legislation making compulsory the  weekly payment of wages in cash  and in cases where employes are  discharged or where the employe  leaves the service of his employer, all wages due must, be paid  within 24 hours, the employer  being held responsible for expenses consequent upon his failure  to comply with the law properly."  Says the Montreal Witness: "History will justify Sir Wilfrid Laurier,  and the broad spirit and direction of  his statementship, but in the meantime true Canadians of every nationality should uphold him, with redoubled energy, against the attack of men  who would, above all, overthrow his  good work in the promotion of good  will and mutual understanding between  the races."  A Gem of Printers Art  The Youth- Companion calendar for 1911, certainly exceeds all  previous attempts, which is saying a great deal. It is a most  beautiful picture, pencil reproducing in water colors, of an old time  garden. This is sent to all subscribers whose subscription SI.75  is paid for 1911. This publication remains in the lirst rank ot  all that comprises first class literature particulary for our youths,  but interesting to all in the family. Perry Mason &. Co., publishers Boston, Mass.  The Star Theatre now open in  Greenwood is having a very good  attendance. The show itself is far  above the average and being a local  concern merits full houses-  Osborne Plunkett, a well known  conservative leader, caught cold  while at the conservative convention  at Nelson, and on return to Vancouver, died very suddenly at the  Hotel Vancouver.  Bank clerks of Toronto have formed an association for better salaries,  shorter hours and removal of ban on  marriage and purpose taking aggressive measures to gain their end.  A spraihed aakle will usually disable tha injured, person for three or  four weeks. This is due to lack of  proper Treatment. When Chamberlain's Liniment'Js applied a cure may  be effected in three or four days. This  liniment is one of the best and most remarkable preparations in use. Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  Popular Mechanics, a paper  that caters to the iron industry,  is printed under non-union conditions.  See that you get the real thing.���  Unscrupulus makers are putting up a  counterfeit of "The D. & h. Menthol  Plaster. The genuine is made by  Davis & Lawrence Co.  MINERAL ACT  Form F.  Certificate  of Improvement  Notice���"Arlington" and "Headlight" Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located���In Arlington Camp.  Take Notice���That I, Isaac H.  Hallett, as agent for William Frederic Proctor,.Free Miner's Certificate  No. B29169, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of suce Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of September,  A. D. 1910.  I. H. HALLFTT.  The Canadian Pacific is reducing  its staff, between the lakes and Winnipeg. The reasons for doing so is  that very little grain is moving and  stock shipments light.  Gunner Allan has had a stay of  his execution for two months. The  delay is made pending the return of  Chief Justice Hunter.  A central labor union wields  great power in every community  if backed up and loyally supported by all local unions and union  men. I  Ferrovim, the invigorating tonic,  contains Beef, the most strengthening  food in the least bulk, Iron, which  makes rich red blood and gives  strength and vitality to the whole  body and just enough pure Spanish  Sherry Wine to stimulate the digestion  and thus aid the assimilation of the  Iron and Beef. $1.00 per bottle at  druggists.  *  An eight hour law of Oklahoma  applying to public works has  been held constitutional by the  State Court of Appeals.  B, C. Hair Goods Emporium  Announces to the ladies of British  Columbia that by recent importations,  theis stock of Hair goods is most complete in all particulars. Wigs, toupees,  transformation pompadours, switches,  puffs and curls, all of which will be  furnished at less money than you can  obtain by ordering abroad. This  business is my especial calling, and  being thoroughly understood, we ate  in a position to guarantee perfect satisfaction to those who favor us with  their patronage. Our new catalogue  will be mailed on application by post  card, and which will be found most  useful. We also make up switches  out of your own hair combings, prices  ranging from .$1.00 to $2.50. Our  mail order department has the most  prompt attention.  LEO MUELLER  Masonic Temple,  Vancouver, B. C.  The Suffragette movement has  again broken out in England culminating in an assult on Premier Asquith  who was roughly handled by them,  numbering 1000 women and led by  Mrs. Pankhurst. The police were  to much for them and they were repulsed and 116 arrests made. They  were tried and fined five pounds sterling each, upon their refusual to pay,  they were sent to prison.  Rev. W. K. Simpson, Baptist minister at Kaledon, is dead of injuries  received through a fall from his horse.  Japanese Menthol is unequalled as a pain relieving agent.  Applied in the " I). & L."  Menthol Plaster it is the most  effective remedy known for  Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatic  Aches and Pains. Try a "D.  & \." Menthol Plaster the  next time you are suffering  from any one of these complaints and be convinced. 25c.  each at druggists.  The great danger from influenza is  ot its resulting in pneumonia. This  can be obviated by using Chamber^  Iain's Cough Remedy, as it not only  cures influenza, but counteracts any  tendency of the disease towards pneumonia. Sold by all druggists and  dealers.  You know what oyster cocktails  are. They are at the Windsor Hotel  in Ihe bar or dining room.  If you are a subscriber of the  Times and not paid up, $2.00 from  you would be very acceptable.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  (Section 42)  Notice is hereby given that, on the  first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal  of the hotel license to sell liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the Riverside Hotel, situate at Rock Creek, in  the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 15th day of October,  1910'. S. T. Larsen,  Applicant.  FOR SALE AT GRAND FORKS  A beauiifully situated home, new  building in perfect order, vvith water  and e*ectric light, with one and one-  half acres surrounding, planted with  all varieties of fruit trees and small  shrubs, grapes, etc., all in bearing.  Will sell en bloc or without furniture  if desired. Will sell at a sacrifice price  to enable owner to locate at coast immediately. Apply at B. C. Times  office, Greenwood.  Apply Bearine (prepared from the  grease of the Canadian Bear) and save  your hair, when it begins to fall out or  is brittle.   50c. ajar.  Will Cling to Naval Policy  It is stated in ministerial circles at Ottawa that there is absolutely no foundation for the  story published in eastern papers  to the effect that the government  proposes to modify its naval  policy as a result of recent political events.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his  colleagues say they are satisfied  that, while there is undoubtedly  considerable opposition to the  navy in Quebec at the present  moment, it will pass away when  people learn that they are being  misinformed by Nationalist orators.  In the-speech from the throne  which His Excellency El&rl Grey  read on the assembling of Parliament, reference was made to the  fact that two vessels have already  arrived in Canadian waters and  that contracts will be let for  eleven other vessels provided for  in legislation of the last session  at an early date.  Vancouvers new labor temple  cost' $127,000._   According to W. D. Magee, government homestead inspector, arrangements are under way to throw  lands in the coast section of. the railway belt open for settlement by home-  steading. New regulations were  made early in the year regarding the  homesteading of lands in the railway belt that were to have gone in  force last summer, but the government couid not complete the arrangements in time.  The British steamer Wally is reported to be lost off Para, Brazil. It  is said that passengers and members  of the^crew to the number of 100 in  all have perished,  .Trademark  A Splendid Tonic  Builds up the System  Strengthens the  Muscles  ���U  Cives New Life  8ofd by all medicine dealers.  Davie & Lawrence Co., Montiea.'  J  We have to thank the Japenese for  Menthol, which when applied in Davis'  Menthol Salve is unequalled to soothe  and heal insect bites and stings, sunburn, etc.   2Sc. a tin at druggists.  The American government  would not have had the tobacco  trust to fight if union men would  never use trust cigajs and tobacco.  Subscribe for Tae Times.  A syndicate of Lethbridge capitalists represented by David E. Wick,  has purchased nine thousand acres  near Fruitvale for $100,000. Several  thousand acres are agricultural and  one thousand acres is heavily timbered.  Large quantities of poles and ties will  be manufactured.  :."73*s?  Wood Furnace  The McClary Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box opening  that admits the largest chunks of wood with ease���wide,  deep, generous in size as the Magnet is in quality of material  and workmanship. The wide opening saves you work,  because you can use wood that you would have to saw and  split to get through the narrow, shallow fire-box openings of  ordinary wood furnaces.  Instead of making the fuel ^mmmmmaasaaaam  fit the door, the Magnet  door is made to fit the fuel.  It is just as easy to get  the ashes out of a Magnet  as it is to put fuel in;  because the opening of the  ashpit is just as generous  as the fire-box opening.  You can get at the farthest corner and remove the  ashes with ease and speed  ���no turning and twisting ; no trouble nor inconvenience. These two advantages are good reasons  why you ought to use a  Magnet. The McClary  agent in thc nearest town  will welcome the chance  to give you many more.  Write to the nearest McClary branch for booklet.  MXlarys  ������'!���  ��� '.*������  -ft  I  il  '?���'���;���  li  ii*  ft  S'3  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg. Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton. r : _  For Sale by Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  The German Catholicts of Regina have carried a resolution which  they will forward to Rome asking for  a German bishop. . Very good. But  why not choose a good Canadian.  We nominate Father Vachon.  Reciprocity with ihe United States  means tbat. Princeton coal will be admitted duty free. By all means let us  have reciprocity- and let us have universal free trade.���Nicola Valley  News.   -;  I'liutu liy Klliutt & Fry, London  SIR GILBERT PARKER  The Greatest Canadian Novelist.  A tall, well-built man, with dark hair, closely trimmed beard, calm, observant  eyes, gentle, and with thu case and polish of a fine stock intensified by the culture  that comes from travel���this is .Sir Gilbert Parker, Canada's great novelist. In  the famous city of (Quebec he was born in IStJ'J, the son of an officer ii��ihe Royal  Artillery and the descendant of many generations of fighting mt&i. Ji seemed  natural that he, too, should woo thu cannon, but he had his etfe iii^he cassock  and was educated lor the church. He was ordained u deacon but his train of I  thought was switched off the clerical track when he began to'lecture on English  literature at Trinity College, Toronto.  In 1SSG he went to Ausf-alia for his health, and as one of the editors of tlio  "Sydney Herald" had a roving commission to study the South Sea Islands and  their people. In his three and a half years in Oceanica he broadened in mind and  grew more sturdy in body; he wrote and lectured, became interested in tlie sfage  and with wide-open eyes saw life under new conditions. The literary harvest uf  this period was an adaptation of Goethe's " Faust," produced in Sydney, another  play "Tlie Vendetta," and two books of travel. Then lie went to Kngland. and  his real literary genius had its first outcropping in his works of fiction.  His remarkable short stories "Pierre and his People," opened up the literary  dark continent of the Hudson Bay country. They were fresh, crisp, vigorous  and virile tales; the held was new, the treatment masterly, the character drawing  vital, real and sympathetic, and the open-air atmosphere bracing and tingling aa  a cold-water plunge. They had the same note of surcness, tlie same iiii<|iiesti<>[ied  revelation of the coining of a great writer, that marked the debut of Kipling in his  "Plain Tales from the Hills." Most authors have a special sentimental fondness  for their first-born, but Sir Gilbert bought back and suppressed his first novel "The  Chief Factor," after more than fifty thousand copien had been sold. Of his twenty  or more books, perhaps "The Right of Way" has inspired most discussion and  added most to his prestige and popularity. *  This famous novelist, journalist, lecturer, poet, dramatist and member of  Parliament, lives in London, in the aristocratic seclusion of Carlton House Terrace,  a short street closed at one end, so that the rumble of traffic comes only like tho  surge of the sea heard at a distance. In a study on the fourth floor Sir Gilbert  does his literary work. Success, which turns the beads of many of fortune's favorites, simply gives new poise, ease and dignity to qthers. Simple, strong and  unaffected, Sir Gilbert carries with an unconscious grace the honors he so justly w..m,  2otcxed nicflrrHiii; to JUt of tic Parliament of Canada, in tio j ear 1SO0, ty W. C. Mack, at lUe Department ct Agi !<��� ultun  THE  Boundary  times  -IS THE-  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF THE-  Boundary  slric  Send for the paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do  ;A\  "**qrc*aaiwa!srs'^��=!;x��^tjafflr! THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  !  Its purity, wholesome-  ness and superior  leavening qualities  are never questioned.  Fifty Years the Standard  GREENWOOD GRIST  Items of  Interest   Picked  Up  Here and There For The  Times Readers*  Sir Wilfrid at Sixty-Nine  Many of us were treated to a  little surprise when we read tbat  the Premier, Sir Wilfrid Laurier  has passed the 69th milestone of  life on Sunday. For many years  tlie Liberal leader's locks have  been gray, but we have become  so familiar with his upright figure, his well poised head, his  sonorous voice, his tremendous  energy, his personal magnetism,  his abundant power of brain and  heart, that we often find ourselves thinking of him as still  almost a young man. Marty  times "the imminent retirement  of Laurier"  has been reported by  his opponents, but he has tired  out younger and ppparently  stronger men, and seems to fie  entering his 70tb year "as fresh  as a daisy, aud twice as natural."  This is no doubt partly due to  the plainness and temperateness  of his manner of living:, and partly due to his sunny and cheerful disposition, for there is no  doubt that tin? wise man was  right when he said that "a merry  heart doeth good like medicine.���  Montreal Witness.  The in junction has found footing in the Philippine Islands,  where a'judge enjoined street car  employes from holding meetings.  Piping Hot Water Always Ready  for every occasion, with the Kootenay Steel Range,  without "driving" the fire or wasting fuel. The  generous firebox is built so that the water heats very  rapidly as it passes through the water front, and  gives a plentiful supply. One bath usually empties  the boiler heated by an ordinary range with the  result that the rest of the family must wait for more  water to heat. Not so with the boiler attached to  the water front of a  siniiiiig  because thc Kootenay never fails tb heat as much  water as is required and as fast as it is used. The  nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the  reasons why you ought to man a Kootenay. 50  II  London,     Torcnto,     Linrlrca',     V." ;:::> ;,     ";i-.-:.-.v r, '   St  Jc'in, N.3.,     Hamilton,     Caljary  For Sale by Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  JUADIES  I Do you want (��lh iEngltfify initial note  | paper and envelopes to write your  I letters on?    If you do  i Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  Oysters cocktails at the Windsor  hotel.  The October earnings of the B. 0.  Copper Co., amounted to   $17,500.  The first car of lumber arrived last  week for the skating and curling rink.  Mrs.. E. W. Bishop left last week  to take up her permanent residence  at Victoria.  Tenders are now being called for  the erection of the new post office at  Grand Forks.  Attention is directed to ad in this  issue of a splendid farm at Midway  for sale cheap-  Tuyvasset who lately met with a  shooting accident, died at the Sisters  hospital on Wednesday.  The Ladies Reading club will meet  at the residence of Mrs. Simmons on  Saturday afternoon, Dec. 3rd.    .  H. McCutcheon, collector of Customs, attended the auction sale of  live stock at Keremeos, last week-  . Mrs. H. Colin Cummins will receive on Friday, Dec. 2nd, and subsequent first Fridays in the month.  Robert Bond for a number of  years a prominent figure with P.  Burns & Co., is off on a vacation.  Chas. Dempsey and Ed. Rippeto,  have returned from the brush- and  and will put in the winter at Greenwood.  The Greenwood Curling club is in  favor of the Bonspiel for Southern B.  C being held in Grand Forks this  winter.  The Pacific has had for its guests:  Neil McKinnon, Midway; Jas.  Dale, Bridesville; A. E. Irwin,  Princeton.  Hunter   Kendrick    Co.,    late   of  Greenwood,   are   about    ready    to  launch their new  business at Merritt.  Everv success to them.  Fresh fish, smelts, crabs, oysters,  at the Windsor dining room and cafe.  Received daily and cooked in the  most delicious manner.  The Argo Tunnel company have  most generally donated a large lot of  timber for the use in the building of  our skating and.curling rink.  The Windsor hotel is having a  touching up with paint and paper,  which has greaty" improved the appearance of this first class hostelry.  The Greenwood Branch of the  Bank of B- N. A., closed on Nov.  30th. The doors will be open for a  limited time to receive payment of  bills due.  The following  are  guests  Windsor:    W.   Haldane,   Calgary;  E. E. Gibson, Grand Forks; P. McGregor, Nelson; W. R.   Hood,   G.  E. Truscott, Kamloops.  A public meeting will be held tonight, (Friday) at 8 p. m. sharp, at  the Fire hall, to consider the reorganizing of the hockey club. All interested are requested to attend.  John L. Coles has a very beautiful  show of Christmas and New Year  cards. Send one to your friends, it  means to them that they are not out  mind if they are out of stght.  A social will be held on Thursday,  Dec. 8th.rvl9l0, in the hall (Wood's  Block, G^&>afi*ient street) at 8 p. m.  All welcome,- light refreshments.  Entrance 25 cents. Convener Rev.  M. F. Hilton.  Work at our curling add skating  rink is progressing in fine shape, excavation is about completed and timbering will start on the first of the  week. A meeting of the directors  was held on Tuesday evening last.  Guests at the Norden: Emil Larsen,   J.   W.   Lance,   Grand Forks;  Arthur Wellwood, Westbridge; Sam  McConnell, Mother Lode; Ed. Anderson, Slocan City; John Eck, Midway; Otto Jackson, Fife; John  Walker, Burgen.  The . Star Theatre with new and  most interesting series of moving pictures, stereopticon views and illustrated songs, will admit free all children  under 15 years, accompanied by an  adult who will pay their own admission fee only.  The display of holiday goods at  the store of J. L. Coles this year, is  one of the most complete to be  found any where. The store presents a Xmas air all through, and the  most fastidious buyer cannot fail to be  suited in tne selection of a gift-  The boys arrested for disordely  conduct and ill treatment of some  Chinese. Four of the members were  fined ten dollars each and two released under bonds to keep the peace.  This is the proper medicine to give  and a sure cure for this disease.  The No. 7 has struck ore in the  tunnell and will soon start on a 3000  foot tunnel to tap the ore at a very  low level. The introduction of a  crushing plant and assorting belt  will be done at once, also the construction of a crushing mill at Boundary Falls.  Sunday evening coasting down our  .streets and when it comes in close  proximity to churches in which services are being held, is not very conducive to reverence on the part of  the audience and is certainly most  offensive to the clergyman. A stop  should be put to it at once.  The Imperial has had for its guests  during the past few days: Edward  Davis, C. Scott Galloway, Judge  Brown, Grand Forks; D. E. Mas-  sey, Toronto; S. H. Grant, Geo.  Green, E. B. Smythe, Vancouver;  C J. Leggatt, J. R. Jackson, M. P.  P., Midway;  Howard   Cullen,   Cal-  Moving Picture Shows.  The  opening up of  one  of these  places of amusements in   our town is  deserving of more than passing notice.  The proprietor W.   G.   Watson has  fitted up the store formerly  occupied  by P. W.   George  &   Co.,   at  very  considerable expense  which  places it  in the first rank with all places of this  character.    The films are  exceptionally good,   especially  the  wild west  indian    exhibits,   this  coupled    with  other and humorous  numbers  in addition to excellent stereopticon views  also   vocal  and   instrumental  music.  Tne singing of  Mr- J. H. Nankervis  being a very decided and most enjoyable feature, which all combined goes  to make up a first rate eyenings amusement.    It is a very low price and deserving of most generous patronage by  our people.  CARIBOO IS STILL RICH  Gold-Bearing Creeks Have  Been Neglected.  gary.  The wire cable and other machinery for the tram being constructed by  the B. C. Copper Co., from the  Lone Star & Washington mine to  Boundary Falls has arrived at Danville and will be hauled over La  Fleur mountain to its destination.  The line will be in operation by the  first of the New Year.  The Sanford Dodge Theatrical  company will appear at the Auditorium, on Wednesday evening, Dec.  7th, in the drama '.'The Three  Musketeers." One night only, seats  reserved at Logans. The B. C.  Press speaks in the highest term of  this company which should insure a  standing room only house.  The St. Andrew's dance held by  the Tennis club in the Auditorium  was a success in every way. It was  the I we'* attended, the music dispensed by  Miss Hartmann and Mr. Clerf was  of the first order, and all present  seemed to enjoy themselves. Refreshments were served at midnight  and the committee wish, herewith to  thank the ladies for their kindness in  providing same.  As a result of a scrimage between  indians and white men at Penticton,  Indian Casimer lies in a precarious  state in the hospital. Two other  Indians Andy Chas and Basil Jack  being comitted to Kamloop jail for  trial. John Armstrong and Mr.  Morgan getting 6 and 3 months hard  labor for their participation in the  racket. John Mclnnis was fined  850-00 for giving booze to Indians.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, at Grand  Forks, B. C." will be received at  this office until 4.00 P. M., on Wednesday, December 28, 1910, for the  construction of a Public Building at  Grand Forks, B   C-  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at the office of Mr.  Wm. Henderson, resident architect,  Victoria, B. C, at the Post Office,  Grand Forks, and at this Department-  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the cases of  firms, the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honorable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.  c.) of the amount of the tender,  which will be forfeired if the person  tendering decline to entei into a contract when Called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted  for. If the tender be not accepted  the check will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, November 24, 1910.  Newspaper  will  not  be. paid   for  this advertisement if they insert  without authority from  the   Department.  FOR SAIvE���Team of young horses  about 2200, harness and wagon, good  as new. For further particulars apply  at Times office.  Elmer E. Armstrong is one of  the men who holds strongl}' to  the opinion that old Carinoo will  yet come into its rights. Cariboo,  in his opinion, has been robbed  of all that could be easily taken,  but little has been done to, develop the great ore bodies that  contributed their fragments to  the placer claims. Mr. Armstrong-  has boen investigating in tbe  vicinity of Barkerville and has  taken several claims on quartz  ledge's in a section that has been  walked over, driven over, and  even lived over. There wan a  small Chinatown over one of his  claims.  Mr. Armstrong is convinced  that hexhas discovered one of the  mother lodes of Cariboo. One of  these contributed to make Cariboo one of the richest placer  fields in the world's history. It  is only 300 miles from the C. P.  R., and the G. T. P. engineers  are surveying within 70 miles of  it. Since 1855 the placer fields  of Cariboo have yielded about  370,000,000 in gold, but the quartz  has been overlooked. Ledges  such as those on Mr. Armstrong's  property, if found in more adver  tized quartz fields would, in hi|  opinion, cause a. stampede. O;  course, to get the best results  better transportation facjlitie  must be provided. Camps with :  smaller possible output have beei  gi ven transportation facilities an  have been developed on a pay in  basis. Where placer gold ha'  been found there have beeu lode;  and tbe lodes in Cariboo must b)  rich. jJH  Iu the section where  Mr. Arm'  1  strong has made bis locations, 3]  miles long by 15  wide, there ar  three great mineral zones traver��|  ing the country  northwest   am.  southeast.    Almost   every creeV  in the district has paid tbe place  miners,   some   of   them   having  proved   very rich, proving   thai  for a distance of 30 miles ther  must be mineralized veins,    Mr  Armstrong says all that Caribo<  needs is better transportation ane!  thorough   prospecting   to   mak  greater fields than ever.   The*  should also be a resident assayer  On the five claims that Mr. Arm'  strong has located  the assajjf&l-j  ues ruu from $14.40 to $250 a ton  Some  assays~show 50 ozs. of sil  ver and from 8.7 to 22.2 in cop  per. ,   There are a thousand reasom.  why working women should bf;  organized into labor unions ant;  none to the contrary.  Has come to everyone  in the  shape  of   the  HELP  Automatic Electric Triumph Vacuum Cleaner  Dig up your subscription to your-  home paper���terms are in advance.  Let us have it, please.  Hot house lettuce and raddishes received fresh each week at Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co.  TO LET���Furnished house, centrally  located, moderate rent. Enquire of A.  L,. White.  WILL SELL  One large, handsome Golden  Oak Sideboard, one Extension  Oak Dinirs /able, and six Oak  Chairs to match. Apply W. C.  H. Wilson.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.   Phone 16.  IT SAVES  99 per cent of your wife's  housework drudgery. 100 per  cent of daily dusting and tbe.  accompanying breakages. 100:  per cent of your stock of profanity at house cleaning.  IT DOES  more than a broom could do���  a broom being'only a superficial, while it is a thorough  cleaner���it goes to the root of  everything, and dust cannot  get away from it, no matter  where it lies.  TT CftCTC C'iCA a**d is cheap at the money. We shall be  II Ijif.llvl jtltHf K'ad to have you call and see this machine.  xxvvwaw/ u/xi/v We are sure you will appreciate it, and  when vou tell the wife about it she won't be satisfied till she gets it.  Why not give her a pleasant surprise in this shape.  A.L.WHITE  Phone 16  Greenwood, B. C.  From Finest Grapes to toe PuresLWines  ��  A cool glass of rich, luscious  fragrant wine with your  meals insures appetite, good  digestion, health and pleasure  Onr Stoclioiliest yquors  is   well cli^WkS^aiMl every  drop is weft*  idly    bleft  have your  filled with  will then be  good judge of li^1  Greenwood Eiquor Co.  IMPORTERS.  GREENWOOD  ^^5^i^>^^^^^^?^^^^3^^^^^��^^&lK��^��a^  DEADWOOD  ST.  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Has a new equipment for  Photo work and can turn out  as good work as any in the  land.    Give him a trial,  32  BUY YOUR MILK   FROM THE ���   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED  MILK A SPECIALTY  Fred   Jenks,   Prop'r.  XlIISS C3.rdS  NOW   OH SllC  Now is Just the  time while stocl/is J  complete.  BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY uOODS, MAGAZINES, ETC.


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