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 '������-* A,  VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17.   1909.  No. 15  i?  ~^  15 Per Cent Cut Sale for Next Two Weeks  For cash'on all Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods  AT THE  OLD BARCLAY STAND  GREENW00B. B, C.  Come early while the stock is complete.  CHAS. F. STORK  If.  ^  Greenwoods Big Furniture Store  Useful Presents for  the Festive Season  Rockers,  Morris Chairs,  Mission Chairs,  Rugs and Mats,  Pictures.  No trouble to  show goods!  Everything in the Furniture Line.  T. M.  & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHER^>  ^Efcra 27  >���-~:^ .':��--'  1 I     -     1  Jl  Xmas   Gifts  Atomizers* Perfumes, Military  Brushes, Jewel Gases, Glove  Boxes, Handkerchief v J?oxes, \  Purses, Manicure; Gases, Gigar  and G^arette Cases, Gillette and  Ever Ready Razors, Fine Writ*  ing Paper, Guitars, Mandolins,  Violins, Etc.     X     X     X:  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  .    THE STORE OF QUALITY.  J  FOR A TENDER  Pork Chop  OR JUICY  Mutton  Chops  GO TO  &CO.  Copper Street, Greenwood, IB. C.  L  THE DOMINION  COPPER AFFAIRS  Sensational affidavits have just  been {5led in the Supreme Court  in connection with the application  of P. P. Roosa,. liquidator of the  Dominion Copper company, for  permission to sue Samuel Untermeyer, an eminent New York attorney and his associates on the  board of directors, for $170,000 in  order to idemnify..the shareholders and unsecured creditors. The  assets of the defunct corporation  are now vested in the New: Dominion Copper company.  One of the affidavits was made  by H. S. Hooker, of the firm of  Crocker & Wakes, No. 5 Nassau  street, New York, and who is  said to represent a majority of  the stockholders and a minority  ot the debenture holders. The  document alleges that $170,000  worth of the company's bonds  were redeemed by the National  Trust company, of Toronto, and  that tbe proceeds of the sale accrued to the interest of Mr. Untermeyer and his associates on the  board. It further alleges that  Mr, Untermeyer secured 86 cents  on the dollar for his bonds; that  Samuel Newhouse. a Utah mining millionaire, and a fellow director, disposed of his at 80  cents, and that M. M. Johnson,  consulting mining engineer and  also in the employ of Newhouse  and Untermeyer, sold out at 75  cents on the dollar, other directors securing prices varying from  70 to 86 cents for their respective  holdings. The allegation is also  made that the bondholders outside of the board, were compelled  to sell ont at an average of 30  cents on the dollar, and that the  market price has now fallen to  22 cents.  "In "his- ownvaffidavit, which is  supported by that of Mr. Hooker,  the liquidator. Mr.' Roosa, keeks  permission to sue the board of  directors who authorized the bond  redemption. The- director* in  question are H. H, Melville, John  M. Shaw, Warner Miller, Arthur  W. Wickwire, all of New York,  Samuel Newhouse aud M. M.  Johnson, of Salt Lake City. Mr.  Untermeyer was counsel for the  defunct copper company.���Nelson News.  GITY COUNCIL  At the regular meeting* of the  City Fathers held lasi S\ indav,  there were present Mayor hunting, Aldermen Johnson, Meyer  and Buckless.  The following accounts were  ordered paid:  Kinney & McDonald $   6 30  White Bros  SO  J. H. McNeil       8 75  E. W. Bishop ..;       1 00  A. A. Frechette     12 75  Greenwood City W. W. Co...  138 95  Fire Department    14 00  By-laws No; 10, No. 11 and No.  12, 1909, were read three times  and carried. '<  The meeting adjourned to, December 20th. \  "AS YOU LIKE IT"  DEATH  ACCIDENTAL  The Walker Co., who presented  "As you like it," at the Auditorium, gave most particular satisfaction. The play was ' well  staged and well acted, the acting  of Miss Eddy as Rosalind and Mr.  Yule as Touchstone was especially delightful. There was a  fairly represented audience for  Greenwood and Shakespeare had  no cause to feel uneasy in his  grave for the comedy is in excellent hands. The scenery was  most effective and'the cosiumes  most elaborate. Once more we  can congratulate the management.  Exceptionally pretty Xruas gifts on  display at Hunter Kendrick's big Hard"  ware store.  The inquest on the body of  William iSnnis. the miner, who  was killed at the Mother Lode  mine last week, took place on  Saturday last. After the evidence  had been heard, the jurors returned a verdict of accidental  death. The deceased came to his  death about I o'clock on the  morning of December 1. After  drilling with his partner a round  of holes in raise 84, on the 60-  foot level, the men blasted at  12:30, but returned to see the  damage later, when rock from  the roof or walls of an adjacent  raise fell and crossed the path of  the two men who were returning  to the surface, instantly killing  Ennis. The funeral of the deceased was very largely attended  by his friends and members of the  Miners'union. The sympathy of  the entire community is extended  to tbe sorrcwiner widow and her  child.  McGILLIS/'SCHEFFER  A pretty wedding took place on  Friday, December 10th last, at  tbe private chapel of the Sacred  Heart hospital, Greenwood, the  contracting parties being Miss  Emma Scheffer, teacher, formerly of Montreal, and Mr. Duncan McGillis, of Rock Creek,  B. C. A number ot friends extended congratulations to the  happy couple, who left after the  ceremony for Winnipeg, where  they will spend the winter. The  Times joins with tbe bride and  bridegroom's many friends in  wishing them a life time of joy  and felicity.  The newest designs in Jewelry   at  A. I<ogan & Co.'s.  Oyster  Cocktails   at    the   Windsor  Hotel.  THE COAL MINE  AT MIDWAY  Two more men have been added  tothe working force at the coal  property of the Boundary Mining  and Exploration company west of  Midway. The working tunnel is  now in about sixty feet and it is  expected that the proven coal  seam will be encountered before  the end of the month. Local interest is strong and only local  money has thus far gone into the  development of thc property.  Visitors at the mine are becoming quite numerous and all who  have inspected tbe works are enthusiastic oyer the prosprc'.s. A  recent visitor, who is familiar  with all the c >al properties of  British Columbia, remarked upon  his return to Midway: ''They've  not only got a mine, but a big  one. I don't believe they realize  the possibilities."  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.. will have  a supply of " HOLLY " and " MISTLETOE " which they intend to give  away, to their customers.  E PLUR1BUS  UNUM MINE  Work continues in the E. P U.  tunnel, and on Wednesday tbe  men ran into a change of rock  with 20 inches of talc, which  looks at last like lhe advance  agent of the Inst lead. The rock  is impregmt<*d with iron pyrites  and should make ore Mayor  Bunting and his associates, who  have worked this mine for the  past three years, are to be indeed  congratulated if this indication  prove* to be their well deserved  reward for patient hard work.  SMELTER ACCIDENT  Antonio Chris'lefole, a feeder  at the B. C. Copper Co. smelter,  slipped and fell into an empty  ore car last Saturday aud broke  his collar bone.  GRANBY DIVIDEND  The Granby Mining Smelting &  Power Co., has declared another  dividend of 2 per cent, and $270,-  000 will be disbursed iu this way.  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN  COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branches  of this Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points  ln the following countries:  Austria-Hungary  Belgium  Brazil  Bulgaria  Ceylon  China  Crete  Denmark  Egypt  Faroe Islands  Finland  Formosa  France  Fr'ch Cochin-Chiiw  Germany  Great Britain  Greece  Holland  Iceland  India  Ireland  Italy  Japan  Java  Manchuria  Mexico  Norway  Persia  PhiUipine Islands  Rou mania  NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.  rULU  PARTICULARS  Russia  Servia  Siam  South Africa  Straits Settlements  Sweden  Switzerland  Turkey  West Indies 173  and elsewhere  ON   APPLICATION  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  CARVERS IN CASES  Make   very acceptable Xmas gifts,  We offer some splendid values in this line at  From $2.50 to $15.00.  2, 3 and 5-piece Sets, all beautifully put up in silk-lined cases.  From now until December 25th we will offer our  entire stock of Heating Stoves at a substantial  reduction from former prices,    This  includes the famous  <<  COLE'S"  AIR TIGHTS  If you want a heater don't overlook this chance.  AN ELECTRIC IRON  Does away with all the hard work on ironing day.  We have the  exclusive sale of the  HOT POINT IRON  The one that is so easy to attach or detach, and heats in 8 minutes.  Your wife will appreciate a present of this kind,  think it over.  Remember, also* that we are closing out our entire  line of Crockery and Glassware at  PRICES COT-IN TWO!  We have left, 2 only, 112-piece Dinner Sets, worth S25 00  each.    These are nice patterns and a  BARGAIN AT $15.00 PER SET  1847 Al SILVER 1847 A.l  Set of 6 Knives and Forks    $b 00  Set of 6 Tea Spoons.  2 00  Set of 6 Dessert Spoons  3.50  Set of 6 Table Spoons    4.00  Set of 6 Teaspoons in handsome case    3 00  Remember that, aside from Sterling, *' 1847 " is the best made.  LET US SHOW YOU THE "1847" LINE FOR XMAS.  Note���To arrive about  December 20th,  Holly and Mistletoe!  This will be free, as long  as it lasts, to every lady  purchaser at our store.  A NICE SELECTION OF LEADING MAKES IN RAZORS  Make Your  Selections  NOW  The Hunter-Kendrick Company, Ltd  HARDWARE  AND  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS v^j%T  i'S&.v  THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK TIMES  arfflrmniwmHffi^^  <S  x=E  <��.  CF*  CF*  (?*<  tr**  a-*  ..Bank of Montreal..  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000  UNDIVID  Hon. President : Lokd  President: Sir GborQ  Vice-President and Gene  Branches in London, Eng,  ESTABLISHED 1817  Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President :   Lokd Strathcoma and Mount Hoval. l>. c. M. i..  President:   Sir GborQB A. Drommond.K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    Sir E. S. Clociton. Bart  C^e?'hi-PrCaCnSa.}    ��CW   fOft,    CMCa*0.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available In any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch.    W. F. PROCTOR. Manager.  **=2  *^>  *=0  HmmmiMmmmmMmmimmmmMK  a   child,    and   should   have   the [  privileged   management   of   her j  own mutual weliare. without for-1  ever referring' aH  minor  matters  to the mother country,  especially  in   regard   to  her  relations with  our cousins to the South.  TOURIST HOTEL  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  It was 31 below zero in   Winnipeg last week.  1836*  THE BANK OF  1909  British North America  73Y��ar�� In Business.  Capital and Resarv* Over $7,000,000.  Money Earning  Money  Small weekly or  monthly deposits  in a Savings  Account   soon  count up���Interest compounded at highest  current rates.  Deposits of #i.oc and upwards received  Greenwood Branch/v/'H. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barkistkh, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       ������ Ha.li.btt."  Bedford M'Neill's  Codes  j Bedford M'N  ���j Moreiujr <& N  eal't  Ghmwooo, B. O.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Barrister and Soucitok,  Rende'l  Block,  Ghbbnwooo, B. C.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion and Provincial  Li.Nn Surveyor,  Greenwood. B. C.  I*. O. Box ��7, Phone 32.  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Movln? a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  ^��M&k  BOUMDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  --sWB*^ No. 38.1.O.O.F.  ���  Meets every   'I uesday  Evening at 8 00 in the  I. 0. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invl tatlon Is ex  tended lo all sojourning brethern.  ALBERT" LOtiAX, FRED B. HOLMES,  N. G. V. G.  F. EDWARD BROWN, Rec. Sec.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  issued ���verv Tiidav  STIISV.'RIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Hkk  Ykak         --     100  Srx Monthh    135  To Fen BIO I* COUWTRIK8 2 50  LABEX)  FRtDAV. DECEMBER 17, 1909.  pearance as a mark  of appreciation ot the first.  But Christmas is near, and  those wbo feel with the "Gieen-  wood Hostess," and who regard  mere, men by their omission of  duty calls, duty dances and duty  gifts, must extend forgiveness to  the poor bachelor offenders���for  forgiving is one of their duties  at this and all times of the year,  just as calls, dances and gifts are  the undoubted duty of the mere  man.  A LETTER  To the Editor:  Dear Sir���While quite agreeing with the sentiments expressed  in your editorial entitled "Christmas Giving," which appeared in  the last issue of the Boundary  Creek Times, I should like, from  a different point of view, to call  attention to one remark in that  article.  You say that duty calls, duty  dances and duty gifts are all unnecessary and most tiresome. I  agree with you that, if such calls,  dances and gifts are prompted by  no other spirit than that of stern  duty, they are unnecessary and  tiresome for all concerned, yet,  can anybody respect the man who,  while always ready to accept hospitality when enough guests are  invited to make it interesting for  him, shows his appreciation by  omitting the so-called "duty"  dances or calls, thereby indicat-  ! ing to his hostess that he consid  CHRISTMAS FORGIVING 'ers it to be a bore to dance wilh    her and tiresome to call upon ber?  The little words "tbauk you,"  whether uttered or acted, might  often be said to be unnecessary  and tiresome, but they have a  marvelous power to create that  universal friendly feeling, without which no small town is attractive.  Thanking  you   for the trouble  to which I am putting   you, I am  Ycurs truly,  A Greenwood Hostess.  Last week we had orcason to  write a slmrt editorial <m Christmas giving. Our views as to  calls, dances and gifts, that can  be prefixed by the little word  "duty," have culled forth trie following l"t'er from a Greenwood  hostess, which is so sound, in its  view of the deplorable laxity of  tbe average young nnn, that we  take considerable pleasure in appending it to this editorial. That  the average bachelor accepts invitations to pirties and social  evenings, which help to make up  for his otherwise miserable post  prandial occupation less hours is  only too true, and it is also only  loo true that he invariably for  f'ets. or neglects, or puts off reluming the compliment by a subsequent evening call. Of course  thiH is distinctly to the discredit  of the young men aforesaid.  Every invitat-'on to anything at  all has a carbon copy attached to  ii, according to our modern social  code, a second sheet as it were,  and when we accept the original  we also incur a liability to accept thc carbon copy and follow  up nur initial appearance at the  party or function  by a second ap-  A CANADIAN  DIPLOMAT  It certainly is time that Canada, the most progressive of the  younger nations ot the world,  with a territory vaster than any  European state, larger even than  our southern neighbors can boast  of, should be empowered to send  a representative to Washington,  and be allowed to conduct its  diplomatic negotiations more or  less independently of Great Britain.  There is no doubt but that  Washington would welcome a  diplomatic representative from  Canada just as Ottawa would  meet an American diplomat with  open arms.    Canada  is no longer  Whatever the C. P. R. do in  the hotel building line they do  well. Wherever their huge hos-  telries cleave the sky, the travel-  stained new arrival can be sure  of every accommodation���for a  price. Nelson people have been  fighting to get the proposed Canadian Pacific tourist hotel as an  extra attraction for their already  beautiful city, but the choice has  fallen to Balfour, on Kootenay  lake, almost opposite Proctor, a  most lovely site. The new hotel  is to be finished by 1911. It is  safe to Hay that when it is completed the Kootenay's will have  something to be proud of and visitors to Southern B. C. a palace  to make their headquarters in,  where they may get rid of any  possible surplus their bankers  may have passed up. No more  lovely spot exists iu B. C than  the proposed site at Balfour, it  is far from the madding crowd,  an ideal spot for contemplation  and repose, and dignified expense.  Dr. Cook's records have arrived  in Copenhagen.  The greatest danger from influenza  is of its resulting in pneumonia. This  can be obviated by using Chamber-  lainJs Cough Remedy, as it not only  cures influenza, but counteracts any  tendency of the disease to pneumonia.  Sold by all Druggists & Dealers.  THE LATEST RACE  After dancing continuously for  14 hours and 41 minutes without  nourishment, 3 of the 53 couples  who started in a "Marathou"  waltz contest at Butte, to see  which pair could waltz the longest, were stopped by the Mayor  on the advice of physicians.  Six of tbe women contestants at  the end of several hours were  taken'to a hospital, one suffering  from a ruptured blood vessel, and  another from muscle paralysis.  Several other female contestants  were exhausted physicially, and  all but three pairs had ceased the  waltzing grind before the officers  interfered. These woman presented a fearful sight during the  last hours of the dancing, with  eyes bloodshot and bodies swaying. Their male companions  were barely able to keep their  feet.  Nearily 500 spectators crowded  the hall where the contest took  place.  CHAPS, COLD SORES AND  ROUGH RED SKIN  Zam-Buk will give vou speedy relief. It works while you sleep. Apply  it to the sore plaoc�� just before retiring  and by morning it will have done its  healing work,  Cold cracks are highly dangerous as  well as painful. The air is full of  germs, and cold rracKS simply invite  them to invade the system. Once having gained a lodgement they may then  produce Inflammation, gatherings, or  even blood poisoning. Beside* there  is all the pain! Zam-Buk is highly  antiseptic. Kills the disease germs,  stops the pain, and heals. Fifty cents  per box, all Stores and Druggists, or  post free from Zim-Buk Co , Toronto,  upon receipt of price. Nothing "just  as good," although imitations is the  sincerest form of flattery.  The statement, which the  Chancellor of the Exchequer lavs  before the House of Commons  every session, showing the condition of the national income and  expenditure, salaries and taxation  is called the Budget, and is derived from the old French word,  bouquette, a bag.  If you are suffering from biliousness,  consiptation, indigestion, chronic  headache, invest one oent in a postal  card, send to Chamberlain Medicine  Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your name  and address plainly on the back, and  they will forward you a free sample of  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets. Sold by all Druggists &  Dealers.  It is reported that King Leopold of Beleium is becoming par-  alized.  King George, of Greece, ban  once more announced his intention of abdicating.  tain min  The funeral of the late J. J.  Muldoon, the Heaviest man in  Canada,-who died last week, took  place at Quyon, Que. Owing to  his great weight, 400 pounds, it  was impossible to get a specially  made coffin into the hearse, and  the remains were conveyed to the  cemetery in an open vehicle. The  weight of the coffin and body  were so great that they had to be  taken out of the house on rollers.  A thimble was originally  called a thumbbell, then a thum-  ble, and   finally  it present name.  Capt, Amundsen, the famous  Norwegian explorer will make a  dash lor the pole next May.  The entire busiuess district of  Kalamazoo, Mich., was wiped out  by fire last week, with a loss of  over $500,000,.  The whole Pacific coast, from  Victoria to San Diego, was swept  by a 70-mile gale last week. This  ocean should be renamed.  Two hundred soldiers were  killed in a recent battle in Nicaragua between the Governmental and insurgent armies.  The French minister of war,  will take steps to bring- the  efficiency of the French aerial  fleet up to the German standard.  Lord Strathcona has endowed  a fund for the encouragement of  physical training and military  drill in the public schools of  Canada,  The British elections are fixed  for January 13 for Borough pollings, January 19 for couutry contests. -The new house will meet  on February 14.  The King of Sweden has been  working unloading coal lately to  get an idea at first hand of the  conditions and feelings of the  laboring class.  Jaccb Schaefer will establish a  daily German newspaper in Seattle on January 15, 1910, according to an announcement just  made. In politics, it will be Republican i  The British Empire has 23  completed docks capable of taking a Dreadnought at normal  draught; the German Empire, 6;  France, 5; and the United States,  5. -      Angelo Sarto, a brother of  Pope Pious, will spend Christmas at the Vatican. He is a well  preserved man of over 71. Despite the elevation of his brother,  Angelo continued to act as postman in the village of Grazie,  L'>mbardv, where he has been  employed for nearly   forty years.  Looking ahead for five years,  when it is believed tbat the Panama canal will be ready for use,  the people of San Francisco are  planning to celebrate the event  with a commercial exposition.  San Diego has proposed a similar  event, believing it is to become tbe  prime port on the Pacific ocean,  aa being; the nearest western terminal of the great waterway.  Many persons find themselves affected with a persistent cough after an  attack of influenza. As this cough  can be promptly cured by the use of  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it  should not be allowed to run on until  it becomes troublesome. Sold by all  Druggists & Dealers.  ��� - it  The Bamboo does not blossom  till it is 13 years old, when, it  produces seed profusely, and dies.  Anemic women and children who  frequently feel chilly, are pale and exhausted, will derive a great benefit  from the use of Fe*hfovl*B> the invigorating tonic, which consists of Iron in a  form they can assimilate, fresh lean  beef and pure Sherry Wine. Nothing  could be better than this combination  of strength giving agents in such  cases.   $1.00 per bottle.  See tbat you-ret the real thin?.���  Unscrupulu* makers are putting up a  counterfeit of ��� The D. & L." Menthol  Plaster. The genuine is made by  Davis & Lawr :uce Co.  If you want to spend a happy  Christmas yourself make someone else happy.  Apply Bearine (prepared from the  grease of the Canadian Bear) and save  your hair, when it begins lo fall out or  is brittle.    50c. a jar.  The Romans coated their oysters with honey, and kept them  till they were slightly putrid.  Nice!  Stomach Blood and  Liver Troubles  Much sickness starts with weak stomach, and consequent  poor, impoverished blood. Nervous and pale-people lack  good, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating  for, after all, a man can be no stronger than his stomach.  A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver  active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives  out disease-producing bacteria and cures, ��� whole multitude of diseases;  Get rid ot your Stomach Weakaoms aad  Liver Laziness by taklai a coarse of  Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical Discovery  ��� the j&reat iitomach Restorative, Liver  lnvl&orator and  Blood Cleanser.  You can't afford   to accept any medicine of. unknown  - composition as a substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery," which is a medicine op known composition, having  a complete list of ingredients in plain English on its bottle-wrapper, same being attested as correct under oath.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets reflate aad lavlgorat* Stooacb, Liver and Bowels.  X*��4'��4'4'4'4'4'*��4��*l'4'f4'4'4'4''i'4'4'4'4'4'4��*�� *  ���Ik '  ��� ��� _  It is well to have on hand  a remedy, simple, effective and  easily applied, for mosquito  bites, insect stings, sores,  bruises, sunburn, and 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(TheD.&L.), which comes  in tins for 25 cts. at druggists.  +  11IH UK CO.  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  4'4'4 4r4t+44'4��4*4*4-}4'4'4'++4>4'4'44>4*4'4'X  Greenwood Auditorium  GRAND UNION SHOW  NEXT TUESDAY  000000000000000000000<*t0000  I  A  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  t)ealer in all   kinds   of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber,  Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles,  Bricks,  Cement, Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,   - B. C.  PHONE 6.5  oooooobboiKMDoboooooooooooo  CANADIAN  ���PACIFIC  ANNUAL  EASTERN   CANADA  EXCURSIONS  Low Round Trip Rates to  Ontario, Quebec and  Maritime Provinces  Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, inclusive, good to return within 3 months.  Tickets issued in   connection  Atlantic  Steamship  Business   will   be  on   sale  from Nov. 21 and limited to five months  . from date of issue.  Finest Equipment,. Standard First  Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and  Dining Cars on all Through Trains.  .Compartment - Library ��� Observation  Carson "Imperial Limited" and "Atlantic Express."  3-Through Excess trains Daily���3  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22:40, making-  connections at Toronto for  all  points  East aud West thereof.  The "Imjjerial Limited" leaves  Win-  I nipeg daily at 18:15, and the "Atlantic  JEXPreSS" at >:0�� daily,   making  connection at Montreal for all points East  thertof.  Apply to the nearest   C. P. R. Aijent  fer full information.  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters,  for Commercial and Mining- Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are larg-e and cosy.  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  ���i* 4* *&"$"$* f"f* ��!"t*  AT THE CHURCHES  Methodist���Rev. W. J. Williams  will conduct setvises in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening.  7:30, ���      -     ���      '  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred.  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. tn.; Sunday school at.  2:30 p.m: Rbv. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.  pastor.  Church of England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p m. Holy Communion, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 8 a.m;  other Sundays   at   11 a. m.  Saints' Day services as announced  in  Church.  Rev. 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(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is de J  ceased), of tha homesteader resides upon a farm]  In the vicinity of the laud' entered fpr, the re J  quirements as to residence may be satisfied by]  snch person residing' with the father or mother.]  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence  pon farming-land owned by him in the vicing  ity of his homestead, the requirements as to res]  ldence may be satisfied by residence upon the]  said land.  Six months' notice in writi.iffsliould beglvei^  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at OtJ  tawa ol intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased fora  period of twenty-one years at an annual re^t:  of $J. per acre.   Not more than 2,560acres shal*]  be leased to one Individual or company.   A r<  allty at the rate of five cents per tori shall  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior]  ��� N. 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WRITE NOW to the editor andI puif  Usher, |[]  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGttj  TON, MICH., U.S.A. THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  *& Satan *>  Sanderson  i  By HALL1E  ERMINIE RIVES.  Author of  Hearts Courageous, Etc  Copyright   1908.     The  Bobbs-Mernll   Company.  news. .Hugh, her husband, your old  college mate, Is in a terrible position.  He is accused of murder. I kept the  newspapers from you today because  they told of it"  She had caught the meaning of the  pity In his tone���for her. not for Hugh.  "Ah," she cried passionately, lifting  her he:id, "but they did not tell It all!  Did they tell you that be te unjustly,  wickedly accused by un enemy? That,  though they may convict him, he ts'in-  noccnt-r-lunocent?"  The bishop looked at her In surprise.  In spite of till the past���the shameful,  conscienceless past and her own wrong  ���she loved and believed In her husband!  Hugh's-hand lifted, wavered an Instant before his brow. Did she say he  was iuuoceut? "1 don't���understand,"  he said hoarsely.  Jessica's wide eyes fastened on bis  as though to search his secret soul.  "I will tell It till." she said, "then you  will understand." The bishop drew a  chair close, but her gaze did not  waver from the face nu the cushions���  the face which she must read! ,  As she told the broken tale the 'car'  was still, save for the labored, Irregular breathing of the prostrate man  and the muffled roar that penetrated  the walls, a multitudinous, elfin din.  "You.see," she ended, "that is why I  know he Is innocent You cannot"���  her   eyes   held  '/ don't understand."  Hugh's - "you  cannot doubt it,  can you?" .-  Hugh's tongue  wet his parched  lips. A tremor  ran through him.  He. did not answer.  Jessica started  to her feet. Self  possession was  falling from her.  She was fighting  lo seize the vital  knowledge that  evaded her. She  ~held out her hand.  In the palm lay  & small emblem  of gold. :���������'������'-.  "By this cross," she cried with desperate earnestness, "1 ask you for the  truth. It is his life or death���Hugh's  life or death! He did not kill Dr. Moreau.   Who did?"  Hugh had shrunk back on the couch,  his face ghastly. "I know nothing-  nothing!" he stammered "Do not ask  me!"  The bishop had risen In alarm. He  thought her hysterical. "Jessical Jessica!"- he exclaimed. Be threw bis  arm about her and led her from the  couch. "You don't know what you are  saying. Fou are beside yourself." He  forced her Into the drawing room and  made her sit down. _She was'tense  and quivering. The cross fell from her  band, and he stooped and picked It up  ���.'Try to calm yourself," he said, "to  think of other things for a few moments. This little cross��� I. wonder how  you come to have it? I gave it to  Sanderson last May to commemorate  his ordination." He twisted it open.  "See, here-te the date, May 2& That  was the day I gave It to him."  She gave a quick gasp, and the last  vestige of color faded from ber cheek.  She looked at bim Id u stricken way.  "Last May!" she said faintly. Harry  Sanderson bad' beea in Anlston. then:  .on-tire day Dr. Moreau bad been mur-  (.dered.    Her house of cards fell.    She  had been  mistaken!    She leaned  ber  head   back  against  the  cushion  and  : closed her eyes.  Presently she felt a cold glass touch  her lips. "Here is .some water," the  bishop's voice said. "You are better,  are you not? Poor child! You have  been through a terrible strain. I  would give the world to help you if I  could."  He left her, and she sat dully trying  to think. The regular jar of tbe trucks  had set itself to a rhythm���no hope, no  hope, no hope! She knew now that  there was uoue. When tbe bishop reentered she did not turn ber head. He  , sat beside her awhile, and she was  aware again of his voice, speaking  soothingly. . At moments thereafter he  was there, at others she knew that she  vr&k alone, bat was unconscious of the  flight of time. She knew only that the  day 'was fading. On the chilly whirling landscape she saw only a crowded  room, \ a jury box, a Judge's bench and  Hugh / before It, listening to the sentence t>hnt would take bim from her  forever.' \The bright sunlight was mer-  '��� cilessly, satanlcally cruel and God a  Tsneerlng'raonster turning a crank.  Into her ^conscious view grew distant  snowy ranges, hills unrolling at their  feet, a strangling town, a staring white  courthouse;' and a grim low building  beside it i She rose stumbllngly, the  train quivering to the brakes, as the  bishop entered.  "This la Smoky Mountain," she said  with nnmfo lips. "That is the building  where he/Is being-tried. I am going  there now."  The bishop opened the door and gave  her his \band to the platform. The  train was to stop but ten miuutea He  stood a /moment watching her as she  crossed) to the street; then, with the  sadness deep in his heart, entered the  1 statiorato send a telegram.  n / ��� * ��� ��� ��� ���  *'*igh's haggard face peered after  ���0>Jm through a rift in a window cur-  iln. What could she have suspected?  ..���Tot the truth! And only that could betray bim. Presently the bishop would  return, the train would start again, and  this spot of terror would be behind  hW What had he to do with Harry  aderson?  le bethought himself suddenly of  door. If some one sboald come ln  upon him! With a qualm of fear he  stood up, staggered to it and turned tha  key In the lock. There was not tite  wonted buss abont the station.    7S��4  'MINES Al) JUNG!  9 <*  ������ ������  The Le Roi Tvyo shaft is down  1,300 feet.       -     :  '     '. .  R.ibprt Wood returned last week  to the Sally mine ,.'.  ~\  place was silent save for the throb oi  the halted engine, and the shadow of  the train on the frosty platform quiv-.  ered like a criminal. & block away  he saw the courthouse. Knots of peo  pie were standing about Its door waiting for what? A fit of trembling seized him.  All his years Hugh hud been a moral  coward. Life to him bad been sweet  for the grosser, material pleasures It  held. He bad cared for nobody, had  held nothing sacred- He had now only  to keep silence, let Harry Sanderson  pay the penalty, aud lie need dread no  more. Hugh Stires. to the persuasion  of the law, would be dead. As soon as  might be he could disappear, as the  rector of St. James' bad disappeared before. He might change his name and  live at ease In sonic quarter of the  world, his alarm laid forever.  But a worse thing would haunt him  to scare bis sleep���he would be doubly  blood guilty!  In the awful moment while he clung  to the iron bnrs of the collapsing rose  window, vvith tbe (lames clutching at  bim. Hugh had looked into hell and  shivered before the judgment. "The  wages of sin Is death." In that fiery  ordeal the cheapness aud swagger, the  ostentation and self esteem, had burn  ed away, aud bis soul had stood  naked as a winter wood. Dying had  not then been the austere terror What  came after? That had appalled him  Yet Harry Sanderson was not afraid  of the hereafter. He ebose death calm  ly, knowing that he, Hugh, was unfit  to die.  Suppose he told the truth now and  saved Harry. He bad never done a  brave deed for the sake of truth or  righteousness or for the love of any  human being, but he could do one now  For the one red counter that had been  a symbol of a day of evil living he  could render a deed that would make  requital for those unpaid days. He  would not haye played the coward's  part It wouid repair the wrong he  had done Jessica. He would have  made expiation. Forgiveness and pity  not reproaches and shame, would fol  low him, and it wouid balance perhaps  the one dreadful count that stood  against him. He thought of the scaf  fold and shivered, yet there was a  more terrible thought: It is a fearful  thing to fall Into the hands of the liv  ing God I  He made his way again to the door  and unlocked It It was only to cross  that space, 'to speak, and then the  grim brick building and the penalty.  With a hoarse cry' be slammed the  door and frantically locked It. The  edge of the searching pain was upon  him again. He stumbled back to the  couch and ' fell across It face down,  dragging the cushions Id frantic haste  over his head to shut out the sick  throbbing of the steam that seemed  shuddering at the fate his cowering  soul dared not face.  �� ��� * * * < ���  The groups outside the courthouse  made " way deferentially for Jessica.  but she was unconscious of it Some  one asked a question on the steps, and  she beard the answer, "The state has  Just finished, and the judge is charging."  'The narrow ball was tilled, and,  though all who saw gave her Instant  place, the space beyond the Inner door  was crowded beyond the possibility of  passage. She could see the judge's  bench, with Its sedate, gray bearded  figure, the jury box at the left, the  moving, restless faces about it, set like  a living mosaic.  She became aware suddenly that tbe  figure at the high bench was speaking.  had been speaking all along:  "With the prisoner's later career In  Smoky Mountain they bad nothing to  do nor had tbe law. Tbe question It  asked���the only question it asked -was,  ���Did he Mil Moreau?' They might be  loath to believe tbe same man capable  of such contradictory acts the courageous saving of a child from death,  for example, and the shooting down of  a fellow mortal In cold blond-but it  had been truly said tbat such contrasts  were not Impossible- nsi.v. were even  matters of common observation Prejudice und bias aside, and sympathy  and liking aside, they constituted a tri  bunal of justice. This tbe state bad a  right to demand, and this they, the  jury, had made solemn oath to give."  The words had uo meaning for her  ears. "What did he say?" she whispered to herself piteously. She caught  but a glimpse of the prisoner as tbe  sheriff touched his arm and led tbe  way quickly to tbe door through which  he had been brought  It opened and closed upon them, and  the tension of tbe packed room broke  all at once In a great respiration of re-  Uef and a buzz of conversation.  A voice spoke beside ber. It was Dr.  Brent "Come with me." he said.  "Felder asked me to watch for you.  We can wait in the judge's room."  Cobalt's   silver   shipmeiir    for  November whs 4.895,230  pounds.  Four men  are   now working- at  the Midwav coal property tunnel.  The Sally mine' ship"r>(vl seven  cars of high grade ore last week.  Th* Highland mitip, at Ains-  worth, has struck a 20-foot ledge  of solid ore.  At tjie Dundee mine, Ymir. a  compressor and power plant is to  be installed.  In the States, Colorado leads in  the production of gold, Montana  in the production of silver.  The first blasts in the Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel will come  as a welcome Christmas present  to Greenwood.  Gerald Gait, formerly of tbe  Mother Lode mine, is working in  the big Sbeptoe mill of the Nevada Consolidated at East Elv,  Every dav loads of machinery  for the big compressor plant of  the Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel  are arriving and the plant will  soon be completed.  Water temperature in the Ward  shaft of theComstock mine is 160  degrees Fahrenheit. The men  work almost naked, taking frequent   rests   in   special   cooling  rooms.  Sam Hagan, a mining man of  Dawson, accompanied by his wife,  arrived in San Francisco this  week with $160,000 in gold dust  in two suit cas^s weighing 800  troy pounds. ��� .  ghouls cursed with the blood lust,  and is cannibalistic iu his vicious-  ness, and he has bitten chunks of  flesh out of several Indians. He  says when he is  worked up to a  A DREADFUL DREAM  blood.  stabbed  drunken  Some    month-?   ago  a   young    Iiuli.in  brawl   at the   S.mi'ka-  I dreamt the dreadful day had come;  Against the British sky,  From every public edifice  I saw the red flag fly.  saw Kier Hardie seize the Throne,  frenzy he wants to  see  and taste j      And call a brother man  he   To help him put it with the Crown  Inside a Clarion van.  in   a'  I looked again and saw the Peers,  j        A panic-striken host,  meen   bridge.     He   wa-v  arrested   By roadways black with motor-cars,  and broke jail.    In his flight be'       Go rushing tp trie coast.  I saw, between stern Socialist,  attempted an   asseult ou a white (       John Burns a captive kd  woman,   and   was    foiled    in   his  To Tower Hill, where on the block  ,      .   ,      , l.    ., <.      f'        He laid his noble head,  brutal   plan   by tbe approach  of ���  . , n        ,     ol     �����   \r-n     1 heard him cursed by ribald lips;  travelers.    Deputy Sheriff  Mills        r .���,���,,,��� e ~      .,  r    J |        I saw the Suffragettes  and Marshal Case got a few shots   Crowd round,   while in  his dan: tless  face  at him  some  weeks afterAranls,  but the wilv Indian got away.  As illustrating the willingness  of Pierre to take desperate  chances. Officer Bunbury states  that at Okanagan Falls iu*. slept  in the sameroom with tbe Indian,  who was, of course, manacled.  When they went to the room  Pierre lay down on one of the  beds, and the officer, who h ad removed his revolver, threw his  belt and scabbard on tbe foot of  the other bed and his coat over  them, Bunbury then turned to  the dresser as though to make his  toilet, ami could observe Pierre's  movemenls in the looking glass.  No sooner was the officer's back  turned than with tbe noiseless,  snake-like movements traditional  with Indians, Pierre rose up and  reached oyer for the belt, supposing the revolver to be iu the  sheath. As his hand touched the  belt Bunbury let out a gay haw  haw, and the foiled Indian fell  back with a curse. Had the gun  been there, and the Indian got  hold of it, the friends of Bunbury probably would be wearing  weeds today.���Oroville Gazette.  They puffed their cigarettes;  I saw the head-man raise his axe  To make the deadly stroke,  I saw the axe descend, and then-  Thank goodness! I awoke.  "Dagonht" in Referee.  The oven door  of the Kootenay  drops down and  provides a shelf  upon which to  rest the pans  drawn from the  oven.  'The door is  strongrly braced  Neglected Colds. Pain in the Chest,  and all diseases of the Lungs, are  cured by using Allen's Lung  Balsam.  The first paper published in  Ireland was called the Warranted  Tidings from Ireland, and appeared during the rebellion of  1641.      Menthol in the form of Davis' Me n-  Ihol Salve is the best application for  mosquito and insect bites and stings,  old sores, etc.    25c. a tin at druggists.  St. Peter's church,   Rome  will  accomodate 54,000 people.  ^^JHJn^-Ewi  Mafces Solid Flesh  Because it creates an appetite.  It builds up the jaded, run-down  system in a natural way  50c. and $1.00 bottles at all drag-  gists.  Be sure you get the genuine.  Davis & Lawrence Co., Montreal.  For sale by the Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  I Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  I Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  " Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD  OFFICE:    L-   L.   MATTHEWS'  CIGAR   STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  GILLIS & LAING, Prs.  A Great Builder ��� "The d. & L"  Emulsion is'a great builder.   It gives  weight, adds  health flesh, and alto  gether overcomes any downward ten.  dency of health.  BUNBURY'S CAPTURE  II  "\  Chapter 31  KANWHILB in the narrow cell Harry was alone  with his bitterness. His  judicial sense, keenly  alive, from the very first  had appreciated the woeful weakness, evidential  ly speaking, of his post  tion.  He bad no Illusions on this score.  A little while��� after snch deliberntioL  as   was   decent   and   smii'ly-jind   ht  Wonld be n ennripniriod criminal, wait  ing   in   the   shiidow   of   the   hempen  noose,   in snch  localities justice war-  iwUt  There, wonld be scant time be> j grandmother,  (Continued next week.}  Last Monday Sheriff Thorp  met C. J. Bunbury at this place  and they quietly slipped off on a  still bunt for the Indian fugitive,  Sam Pierre, who has a string of  crimes to his credit long enough  to tie bim up in the penitentiary  tbe balance of his natural life.  The officers were mum regarding  their mission, and the real object  of the combined endeavor was  not known until the. two drove  down from the north with their  prisoner. It seems that Sheriff  Thorp had a hunch that Pierre  was at his home, a short distance  below Oroville. A visit there  proved a water haul. Officer  Bunbury thought he had the man  staked out on Sheep creek, near  Penticton, where Pierre was supposed to be working on a ditch  with others of his flesh. From  Pentictt.n the party drove as close  to the scene of the ditch digging  as possible. Here Mr. Bunbury,  the Canadian official, started  afoot, and coming; suddenly upon  Pierre at work in the ditch, covered him and invited him to throw  up the job. Pierre was taken  completely off his guard, and had  no chance to resist. He was very  docile, and had no chance to give  the officers trouble. Sheriff  Thorp left on the stage withjhis  man Thursday morning for Riverside, from whence he will reach  Conconully.  Sam Pierre is probably the  toughest red man irt this upper  country. He will halt at no  crime, and especially if under the  influence of liquor, He -served a  term in the penitentiary for a  criminal assault upon his own.  He is one of those  COMPANY,   LTD.  FIFTY  THOUSAND  SHARES  Of the capital stock of this Company are offered for sale at  25 Cents Per Share, $1.00 Par  To provide funds for the development of its coal properties near Midway.  The company owns the coal rights of 2,4bS acres of land and has options on  three square miles additional. Work has been done in development continuously since  September 2, and a tunnel is now being driven to cross-cut three seams which show ou  the surface. Coal can be delivered from the mouth of this tunnel to the C. P. R.  tracks below by gravity.  Development work done thus far is as follows:  One prospecting tunnel on the surface of thc seam, 50 feet in length.  One shaft and drifts, about 45 feet, all in thc coal seam.  One shaft and incline, following the proven seam to the depth of 80 feet.  An analysis of the surface coal returns 66 per cent carbon and only 3 percent ash.  The Company owns other properties, including fruit lands, mineral claims,  options on mineral claims, mines and timbir limits Its coal holdings alone are  considered worth more than its issued capital stock. An investment in this stock at  the present price should be immensely produce ive.  This is an opportunity of which you should take advantage without delay.  Send applications or write for information to  E III 11 ID EI1I1  GREENW000, B. C  Tl\  ���> r  BBS  THE  BOUNDARY GREEK. TIMES  Cre&in  PoWder  A pure grape cream of  tartar powder. Its fame  is world-wide. No alum,  no phosphatic acid.  There is never a question as to the absolute  purity and healthfulness of the food it raises.  towm TO TICS  TEN YEARS AGO  ���  I  I  97 p'ece >.et  of Semi P..��rceUin, very latest desig-n of pink   and  fcolcl.    Wiis Sin, special... $13.25  97-piece   set   (f   Koyal   Semi-Por. elain,  beautiful   design   of  flovrtrs with nn/en ed-je.    Was $15, special $12.00  We have ihe full ming in open stock:  W'iiU'j with li'ild bind and clover leaf.  White, vvith fancy i^ruun border.  White, with sweet pea decoration and many other beautiful designs,  whi li we will sell in any quantity desired and at prices that will please.  Toilet Sets, plain and  fancy, S2 00 to $7.50  A.L.WHITE  Phone  The Stove and Furniture Man  Greenwood, B. C.  laai' -"^  *^D  te9  Xmas Gifts  FOR   EVERYONE  Beautiful pieces of Cut Glass,  Sterling Silver, Silver Plate,  China, Watches, Rings,  Pins, and Brooches,  AT   PRICES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET  if--   ���        -. ���������   ���>���*-���  s= Watch our windows for new goods.  JL Logan &��o,  | matchmakers and jewelers  Duncan Ross left for  Spokane  this week.  The plastering is completed  in  the Hyde Block.  Don't   forget  the   opening-  of  the skating riuk^', ..,  J. Barclay returned from a visit  to Nelson on Tuesday.  J. A, Tuzo was a Westfork visitor to town on Saturday.  Everyone in the large audience  enjoyed "As You Like It."  J. F, S. Gillum returned from  the coast on Friday's train.  C. Alston has left the office  staff at the Mother Lode mine.  Bart Ingraham,- of Rock Creek  was a   visitor to town this week.  C. Scott Galloway, of Grand  Forks, was a visitor to town this  week.  The Ladies' Reading club met  at Mrs. Keffer's house on Wednesday.  S. M. Tees, of the Bank of  Montreal staff, left on Thursday  for Vancouver.  J. W. Nelson, who was in the  hospital for a few days, is now  at home and well.  R. G. Sidley, J. P. was a visitor to town last week from Anarchist mountain.  Max Tiwari. provincial constable at Keremeos, was a visitor  to Greenwood this week.  R. A Chester arrived on Saturday last from Vancouver, to  act as manager of the Bank of  B. N. A. here.  John Zurfluh has sold his interest in the Dynamo mine to L.  Portman who will now work the  property all winter.  It is reported that Jack Morrison, who worked last winter at  the Mother Lode mine, has being  drowned in a lake near Cobalt.  Married���Oa Monday December, B, by the Rev. F. V. Venables, A- C. Blaine to Miss Lucy  Marshall, both of Chesaw, Wash.  R. McCutcheon, of the local  branch of the Canadian Bank of  Commerce, has been moved to  Cranbrook, and left Greenwood  on Monday last.  The Methodist Bazaar at. Mc-  Rae's old stand on Tuesday last  was a great success. The evening's program by local talent was  highly appreciated.  Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stow,  leave for Rossland on Monday  next, where Mr. Stow will assume the position as manager of  the Bank of B. N. A.  Married���On Wednesday, December.. 15, by the Rev. F. V.  Venables, William R. MacDonald  of Phoenix, to Miss Maggie J.  McCullah of Coleman, Alta,  The many friends of Miss Goddard and Miss Dynes, who have  for so long been associated with  the Rendell & Co., and Barclay  &  Co.,   here, will   feel regret at  their   departure in  January   for  the coast.  (From Boundary Creek Times'of Dec. 16, 1899.)  The Alhambra theater opens  tonight.  Ronald Harris and J. Leckie  left for the East today.  T. C. Winnett has opened a  wagon and carriage shop in town.  The new skating rink on Washington street is near completion.  Last Sunday the new First  Baptist church was formally dedicated.  Arthur Mowat sold lot 24, block  12, on Copper street, for $2,700,  this week  The Hockey team is practicing  daily and will carry their green  and white colors to victory.  jf k* ��r *?*e tr ir ��r *" ip tr Vr��r���**[if- ***���  *s  1,  *s  *s  J. L. WHTCJ  The best in the land  5 WE SELL THEM  COAST NEWS  Step in and see onr  HOLIDAY GOODS  DRUGGIST  *#J*J*#**J*J**J*J***J*J*#  Two lots opposite the Victoria  postoffice was sold last week for  $100,000.  A great Lumbermen convention was held in Vancouver on  Saturday last.  The Grand Trunk Pacific is  calling for tenders for wharves,  docks etc., at Victoria.  Chief Justice MacDonald of tbe  court of appeal will reside permanently in Victoria.  The 50th anniversary of the  Masonic order in B. C. was celebrated at Victoria last Tuesdav.  The members of tbe West Indian commission,, three from  England, two from Canada, meet  at Kingston, Jamaica on January 27.  A NELSON CASE  The peculiar properties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, have been  thoroughly tented during epidemics ot  influenza, and when it was taken in  time we have not heard of a single  case of pneumonia. Sold by Druggists and Dealers.  A SECOND CANAL  The Colombian Republic is contemplating digging a second  canal to parallel the V. S. A.  canal across the Isthmus of Panama..  ���  ���  A sprained ankle will usually di��abel  the injured person for three weeks cr  f< ur weeks. This is due to lack of  proper treatment. When Chamberlain's Liniment is applied a cure may  be effected in three-or fonr days. This  liniment is one of the best and mo-*t  remarkable preparations in use. Sold  by all Druggists & Dealers.  Joseph Wayson, who tried  twice to shoot Frank Phillip's,  socialist, and secretary Nelson  Miner's union, last week, has  been committed for trial for attempted murder.  Germany produced thirteen  million tons of coal in September*]  &  ^'^^^���ia^  BUY YOUR MILK  FROM  THE  &  &  GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLES  MILK  A SPECIALTY  Fred  Jenks,  Prop'r.  A,&&*:&i&jgg&  The Sunday school of St. Co  lomba church will hold their annual Christmas tr��e entertainment on Thursday, December 23,  commencing at 8 p. m. All members and adherents are especially  invited to be present.  The Ladies of St, Jude's Guild  presented Mrs. H. F. Stow the  president of the guild with a  handsome brass kettle, at Mrs  McAllister'.s on Tuesday afternoon in recognition of her good  services to the church and guild.  TASMANIAN COPPER  The new copper discoveries at  Mount Balgour. in Northern Tasmania, have resulted in a stampede to the district. The Tas-  manian Mines depaitment has  been taken completely by surprise bo the unexpected developments and over 100 blocks are  awaiting survey. A new town  has sprung up, new industries  and every modern convenience  except a newspaper.  Japanese Menthol is unequalled as a pain relieving agent.  Applied, in . the " D. & L."  I\|euthpi Plaster it is the most  effective-remedy known for  Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatic  Aches and Pains. Try a "D.  &7L." Menthol Plaster the  next time you are suffering  from any one of these complaints and be convinced. 25c.  each at druggists.. ;  (C use-  a% Splendid Tonio  Builds up the System  Strengthens the  Muscles  Ctives New Life  C-.ud by all medicine dealers*  JJavIs &; i-awrcueo.Co., Montreal.  The vanilla bean  est bean en earth.  is the costli-  USE  ALLEN'S  LUNG BALS ADS  At once when eliacked by a Coogfa and  ttrzs avert dangerous bronchial and  pnlmsnary ailments.....   .   .   .  :5c, 5'V. nnd $1.00 Bottles.  Jr-old 'everywhere. ���"  IVW1S fc I.AVUJvN'CIJ CO., Montreal."  The finest line of Cut Glass ever  shown irt the city.   A. Logan & Co.  We now offer a "Power" Washing  Machine which runs -with city water  power. ALL, YOU have to do. is to  " turn on the water "'and the machine  does the rest.   At Hunter-Kendrick's.  GreenwoodAuditorium  GRAND UNION SHOW  NEXT TUESDAY  If you are undecided regarding HIS  Xmas present, call at Hunter-Kendrick's and see the line of " Pocket  Edition" GILLETTE RAZORS,  gold, silver and gun metal, $5 to $7 SO.  Select your Xmas gifts now. A.  Logan & Co.  First wreck one mile below the Jew  tunnel and half a mile above the Gentile tunnel. Sunshine struck Jack  Frost and knocked him into the moisture. Help the sun by buying-a Heater  of the Stove and Furniture man, A. L.  White.  ROOMS FOR RENT in brick block.  Apply at Thomas Drug Store.  Nc wand old Heating Stoves.  New and old Stove Pipe. .  New and old Stove Boards.  New and old A. L. White.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.  FOR   RENT���One   4-horse  warm  and dry.    Apply T. M.  &Co.  stable,  Gulley  FOR RENT��� 3-rcom house suitable  for baching.  . Apply at Thomas Drug Co.  For Sale or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.    A.  L.  White,  Phone 16.  Boots and Shoes for ladieu and children, ail sizes, and prices the lowest  Barclay & Co.  Why not take it easy by the side of a  Heater bought of A, L. White?  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp    The property  known as The   Golden   Crown,   with  plant aud equipement now found thereon, i  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. Coi,��wBi.r,,  Brandon, Manitoba.  j��j��jIj��j��J|j��j��j��j��j��JIjIJIJIJI����I J��J��j��jSjl4.jljljljljlj��jlj��jlj.jiai  BUSINESS IS RUSHING  WHY?   :  BECAUSE WE HAVE 1TIE GOODS.  In our Grocery Department we have the very  choicest that money can buy.  Our Hardware and Crockery Department is  complete. See- our window next week for Christmas China.  In our Gents' Furnishing Department we  carry everything the well dressed man could wish  for, both in warmth and style.  Don't forget that we give 5 per cent discount  on all accounts paid on or before the 15th.  Russell-Law Caulfield Co., Ltd.  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES and FURNISHINGS  Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything ij  F. G.  BUCKLESS  PROPRIETOR  f *^sf>l*^f\tm^pry*^am*^ia^\f^^^et**^fe+��\rar**\f '���  s.....  AU One Price, 40c.  Jams and Jellies, 35e  F. JAYNES  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  15��>5S&&&S&��>&$^  ;��  ��YSTER COCKTAILS  AT THE  WINDSOR HOTEL  greenwood, b.c.  Open Day and Night  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager  Just the  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  i  I  I  \i  \i  \i  \i  I  it IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  Greenwood Ciquor ��0.  r  ARE Y0M BRY?  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood  ��:������  I  n  it -  1 Phoenix Brewery C��<  I        BEER        BEER       BEER  WE ARE READY WITH A FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS  Christmas Toys for the Boys and Girls. Something  for every child. Toys enough to supply all the  wants of Greenwood and surroundings. Every  kind you ever saw, and many novelties.  .J  Xmas gifts for men and women in endles variety. Toilet Sets  from $2.50 to S35. Military Hair Brushes, Fountain Pens. Al! the  latest Books and Poets in fine leather editions. Jewel Cases, Mant'  cure Sets, Souvenir and Burnt Leather Goods, Kodaks, and hundreds  of Novelties too numerous to mention.    We invite inspection  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER   KODAKS AND SUPPLIES  f*1!-!. r-rrswff**T^��-J%J-��; ** 1


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