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 'KM  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  NORTH COUNTRY  NOT WASTELAND  I. Robert Jacobs Thinks Tel-  . kwa and   Bulkley .Valleys  Have Good Future  ��w%-i*;  Bedding.  :   , V We still have a few of those good Refriger-N-  ators. They will be sold!at.bargain prices*'       :  A new'line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up. Will be sold cheap;.  . We.earry- a Big Range of Childrens'Go-  carts and Carrier's. Drop in and see the latest  Steel Collapsible-^-Folds in one motion.,.    ���  T.M. Gulley -J Co.  Phone 27  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  Greenwood, B.C.  aWsWamMss&wj^&^tssmmbWsawm  t.  Artistic .completeness, Art, Genius  and Skill, haye in combination, produced a Corset, that ,isr beautiful, in  every line, graceful in  every, curve.  ���*T*"���i   f������ H^-i   i 1  ir~i i ii il "in II ~T- II   f il^ at-Ma It aa n ��-i aa na*-*  aamLuf  !' It is distinguished for the charm of   J  its style and beauty of construction   )  They are worth from  per pair  '���'...:        s       s  GARTER     MODELS    "A  75c to $2.25  :  SPECIALTY.  Dry Goods.  Millinery  Iv-i  0000<>000000<KK*-<>0000<>00000<><>CK>00000^^  We are hereto supply your wants.  We are sole agents for the Day-foot  '      Shoes.  When you-wish to procure^ a Mining. Boot that will  wear better than any other make examine the  following lines:  7 Inch Bal Double, wax sewn and riveted and  nailed      ���/      .- - - $3.75  8 Inch Rubberdid Bal, double wax sewn  and  riveted and nailed       - - ��� -     5 50  10 Inch. Porpoise Hide, hand made, double wax   .  Sewn, and nailed        - '-     j    -     7,50  10 Inch French Kip, hand made,   double wax '  sewn and nailed    -    - - -      8.50  The above lines havesolidLeather Outside Counters  I. Robert Jacobs, ..one of tha  ! pioneers of Greenwood,who when  passing-through Vancouver the  o;her day on his way throug-h to'  the Coast, cities and Spokane and  possibly later to Greenwood was  interviewed by the Province and  had a,good word to say for the  North country from' which* so  many men have been-comyjg lately with a grievance, The Province on Monday said :  "Mr. I. Robert Jacobs, a well  known mining operator who  made a big clean-up at Cobalt,  has returned here from a tour  through several new mining districts in Northern British Columbia. His mission was to examine variouspropositions which  had been submitted to a syndicate  of Montreal and New York capitalists which he organized before  leaving-the east.  Mr. Jacobs spent   most of his  time in the Telkwa district. .-* He  stated that he was very favorably  j impressed with   the -mining possibilities of that region.    He had  examined   some   splendid copper  aud silver prospects but onl y cared  to speak in   general terms until  he had reported to his- associates,  Development work   up   norlh  is  only.: in  its' infant   stages,   and  some- years   will   elapse before  smelting and shipping facilities  are secured. Under these circumstances only companies with am  pie capital could hope   to  carry  out operations over along period  ou an~extensive   scale,    He   had  no doubt the Telkwa district was  destined to become a large copper producer, possibly larger than  the Boundary district, Nvhere he  formerly operated.    He was also  favorably   impressed    with    the  splendid showings of coal.  Mr. Jacobs could not disguise  his enthusiasm about the, agricultural resources of the Bulkley  Yelley,  "I know Southern British Columbia thoroughly and have yet  to see any land to surpass the soil  in the' Bulkley. The crops this  vear are well advanced and will  give an abundant yield. Before  I left new potatoes and other vegetables were in the market.  Ranchers are few, as the country  has been'bianketed-with war scrip  and this may withhold development. Mr. Thompson a rancher  who located there three years ago,  is fast making a fortune. H^ says  he bas struck a paradise and wants  no more of Colorado because the  wind there blew his seed away.  Although 65 years old, He declared  that ue did not have any regret  at seeking a location in such an  out-of-the-way place. People are  coming in to the country and thc  ranchers get.a market at their  doors. Mrs. Learoyd, another  landowner, has ten cOws that net  her $7 50 a day alter the wants  of her family are proyided for."  Mr. Jacobs was entertained today by an-old Rossland friend,  Count Crowe.  Greenwood Cricket- Eleven to play  ���Iiem on.their home ground a return  match on the 30th August.  . The club besides ijts social and'ath-  jetic activities has a serious purpose of  promoting the agricultural interests of  the District and at the mieting, it  was hoped that other districts would  form kindred institutions, and that  at  some time not far   distant;?;a  central  .'.'-''������ '������-   ���'���������' *  organization might be formed in which  all the clubs would  have   representa-  i     ���.,������'���..  ..     ,  tion.    It was felt that  no i movement  .-''���-.'       -.      ��� v ��� vU ,   ���.-.'������  could be conceived   of   which could  1 -��� ' ���'���    i"'i  more advance the well beifig of the  farmer than such an Association,  whose object will be to bring about  that co-operation and unison upon  whick the prosperity bf "any industry  is dependent.'    "''���-"'.   ':  PERNIE A CITY  OF OPPORTUNITY  DENORO NEWS  But Fernie People will Pro-  ���':'-&7%m': "��� ������'���������  tect ThemEelves-Remark*  ���  - ��� '   ./;t>*v';'W:' ' ������.'������  able Rise^fc��ity.  BOUNDARY MINING  Word received in the- city yesterday f r otn R ichard Armstrong,  of Chicago, says that everything  at the Chicago end of the Greenwood-Phoenix Tunneii Co. has  been arranged, the way being  now clear for preparation to com**  mence actual operations. Every  indication now is tha t>long before  November 1st, hammer and drill  wilL.be pounding +he: long hole in  the big hill, which is "filled with  .untold treasures.   ' ' ,^  The Diamond-Texa^'will resume  work on Monday.'On Wednesday  night at a meetingiof the members of the syndicate, two hew  officers were elected, John A.  Swanson, of Phoenix, being made  superintendent, thus giving the  Phoenix delegation in the syndicate adequate^representation, T.  M. Gulley was elected Secretary*.  Treasurer. : ;.TJ|e members, of the  syndicate are confident that they  ���will reach the ore now in a very  short time and when they do, the  Diamond-Texas is sure to become  one of the best of the high-grade  mines. John Swanson who will  superintend operations - is in  charge of the Gold Drop mine at  Phoenix.  P  i   ��  J 6  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men s Wear in Greenwood  o-o*o-oo*o*o*o*o-o*o*o-o-o-o<*-oo*0"d*o-o*ooo-a*^^  The Myncaster Cluft.  At a meeting of the residents of  Myncaster and District held at the  Myncaster Hotel on the 9th inst. there  was inaugurated an Association to be  called "The Myncaster Club." The  object of the organization is for the  furtherance of the farming, social and  athletic interests of the 'community.  The officials appointed were Mr. J.  G. McMynn, President ; Mr. A. B  Sowter, Secretary and Treasurer, and  a committee composed of the aforesaid as ex-officio members and Mes-  srs. Leach, Somers, Courtney, Pearson, Milroy, Donald and Robinson.  The athletic section of the club resolved that a challenge be sent to the  The man who bought B. C*  Copper last year at 7J^ and 8 is  now saying "I told you so," and  if the indications are any good he  can continue to say it for some.  Two weeks ago enquiries were  received in Greenwood for this  stock at 6^ but .Greenwood had  none to sell at that price. Last  week the rise, continued and on  Monday of this week the Vancouver Province reported that  this ..stock had created a sensation  on the exchange there. The report also included a reference to  International Coa'. and Coke, the  company from which the B. C.  Copper Co. geis its coke supply,  The Province said :  On Friday British Columbia Copper closed quietly at $6.00 bid  aad $6.75 asked,to-day a sensation  was caused by the manner iu  which the stock was bid up to $7.50  without getting any offers. At  this price $8 25 was brought out  as the selling price.' The reason  for the rise lies in the facts that  trading on the New York curb has  driven this stock up to 7 5-8 to  7 7-8. The quotations in other  stocks were not of much importance. International Coal and  Coke are a little stronger,the bidding price coming up gradually  to askers. There has been a gOQd  deal of trading done in this stock  in Spokane lately, and it.is believed that some development is  about to take place which may  have the affect of broadening its  value. i  I O.O.F- Smoker.  At next Tuesday's meeting of the  Oddfellow's Lodge, the Second degree will be conferred on three candidates. Lodge will open promptly at  8 o'clock and the degree ceremonies  will commence at 8.15. After lodge,  a smoker and social evening open to  Oddfellows only will be given and to  it not only ail members of the local  lodge but all visiting brethern are requested to be present.  In a weyk,. Ferrye has changed  from a city of destruction to a  city of opportunity. Prom various parts of British Columbia  carpenters, builders and mechanics and not only these but business men have gone to' Fernie  looking for business openings.  From Greenwood, Kenneth McKenzie, C. H. Archibald, H. -McCurdy, H. T. Hunter, and. j! McRae all have visited the fire-  swept country, the first three to  stay to take part in rebuilding  the city, Mr. Hunter returnipg  yesterday and. Mr. McRae early  next week.        ;  Three hundred   carpenters   are  at' work in Fernie, drawing from  5to$6adiy.    Tae  Firate  pjo*  pie are standing   together, however, and  anyone entering   business there is required by the city  to furnish* bonds to the "extent of  of $500 that they will remain  in  bueiness over a Year.  .  Real estate in Fernie is  high.  From. $10,000 to $12000 have been  been refused for   corner- lots  in  the city during   the   past week.  Inside lofes'with a 30ft frontage are  bringing when sold at all between  $5,000 and $6,000.  No good.business' locations can be   hid  under  $4,000. ���/'      .���  :  The,large firms are erecting  permanent buildings on Victoria  Avenue which is the main business street of the city and atpre-  sehtare doing business in temporary structures. Pv Burns & Co.  have their meat -market in a box  car^m^neC^^  Canadian Bank of Commerce are  doing buiness in a tent. Most of  the firms whose "shops were on  Victoria Ave are now doing business in tents, etc., onPellatt Ave  in the vicinity of the. Coal company's offce. As a means of protecting the town's existence further, the fire limits have been  extended two blocks in every direction.  The reliet work-is said by the  local visitors to be carried ou admirably. Meals are provided between 7 o'clock and 10 in the  morning and between 4 and 7 in  the evening. Visitors to Fernie  find it advantageous to goto  Hosmer in the evening returning  in the 'morning but the Fernie  people are in tents everywhere,  dvery lawn containing four and  often five tents.  As an illustration of the condition in which the people there  found themselves after the fire,  one of the officials of the fire department came intoiCranbrook on  Tuesday of this week to meet his  wife who had been taken there to  the hospital. They had four  children. One he had found at  Hosmer, another at Coal Creek, a  third had been located at Michel,  aud on arriving at Cranbrook he  learned that thefourth was in the  hospital there with Lhe mother.  However, Fernie is recovering  and its eagerness to assume its  old position is remarkable. Within a year they claim the town  will be completely rebuilt. On  the 15th inst, the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Co. will have a pay.roll  amounting to over $200,000. The  coke ovens were doing business  again before the fire had ceased  to rage in tbe line of 100 box cars  that had started to burn iu the  conflagration. The heat of this  fire is so intense that the wheels  of tbe cars have been melted by it  and flattened out. Early this  week the Great Northern bridge  was completed, its construction  having been ruined day and night.  The C.P.R. line is not damaged  outside of Fernie.   The smelter, of the B. C. Copper Co. this week treated 13,901  tans of ore, distributed as follows: Mother Ln-de, *J,40S tons;  Oro Denoro, 3,622 tons; others,  588 tons.  CORKJCSPONDBNCE.  Mrs. M. W. Ludlow left on  Monday for a two month's visit  to Seattle. Oi Thursday, M. W.  Ludlow returned, from Spokane  where he had been a few day's  previous.  The Denoro MissioH choir gave  a musical evening on Thursday  in honor of Mrs. H. Schurman  and daughters, of Spokane, who  were visitors in camp. Everyone  present enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Mrs. Schurman returned home on Monday.  J. Angrignou and wife and  Miss E. Phillips attended the  Lawn Social at, Greenwood on  Tuesday aud said they had a good  time.  Quite a number of Denoroities  took in "Faust" on Wednesday  evening,  T. McCreath was in camp Wednesday.  R. Chisolm from Phoenix was  a guest   at   the Windsor   Hotel  tnis week.  *  There are now 75 men working  ut Dencro Mine.  , Some of the Denoro Bachelors  he-d an At-home on Thursday  last and entertained a number of  lady friends. The pies and biscuit produced could not be beaten, aud the ladies are looking forward for another invitationgsoon.  A. D. Wheeler, machinist at  Denoro mine has moved into  camp, he having previously lived  up at the B. C. mine.    ,  Divine services next Sunday at  3 o'clock, W. G. Rose, Cascade,  to officiate. All are cordially invited to attend.  $25,000 BLAZE AT  BOUNDARY FALLS  Machine Shops of Dominion  Copper Co. Destroyed���  Hard Work Saved Smelter  New Deputy Game Wardens.  Hon. Fv:il..Enltoii yes  wired O. F. Hawtrey,  Secretary  of the Fish and Game. Association that an Order-in-Gouncil had  been passed appointing Deputy-  Game Wardens as requested- by  the Association. The appoint.  ments will appear this week in  the Gazette and individual notifications were mailed yesterday  to the gentlemen from Victoria.  The appointees are as follows :  Graham Skene, Deadwood : Elmore Collier, Greenwoad** Henry  Pittendrigh, Rock Creek ; Edwin  G- Smith, Carmi ; C. L. Thomet,  Midway; W.Cookston, Beaverdell;  and Sidney Oliver. Greenwood.,  What might have been a most  disastrous fire occurred last night  about 9.30 in the   machine shop  of  the  Dominion   Copper  Co's  smelter at  Boundary Falls.    As  it was, the fire entirely destroyed  the machine shop and blacksmith  i*  shop, entailing a loss estimated  by Mr. Roosa this . morning a t ~  from $25,000 to $30,000. Only  the hearty, well directed work of  the men employed at the smelter  and the company's excellent wafer*  ~er supply saved the smelter and  offices from going.  The building destroyed was a  frame structure about 100x30 feet  and  was, situated between the  trestle nnd a temporary machine  shop and quite near  the   blower  room.   The shop  was  equipped  with a lathe 24in x 20 ft, a smaller lathe 16in x lOtt., a Cincinn-  atti Radial   Drill*   a   threading  machine, a planer, a shaper, and  electric motor, and a   full  equipment of tools and was considered  to be, it is said, the best   in  the  Boundary.   The building was insured in one of the Ceperly Rounsfell &  Co. companies   but   Mr.  Roosa did not carer to make   any  statement of the  insurance  this  morning beyond  that  all  their  plant was sufficiently insured.  The big furnace was let out at  the smelter on Tuesday night but  it is expected that the company  will tomorrow begin to receive  its regular coke supply and that  -ite-^utnaco-r^Kill be blqwn.tn  again an Sunday night or Monday morning. '    '  The Smelter of the Dominion  Copper Co. this week treated  3,099 tons, distributed as follows:  Brooklyn 532, Rawhide" 1,267  Sunset 365, Mountain Rose 42  tons.  Greenwood's Snare  Mayor Bunting has received the  following letter from Mayor Fink,  of Cranbrook, ���acknowledging the  .money wired and the goods for-"  warded sor the assistance of the  people of Fernie. The exact  amount of money raised by Greenwood was $511.50.  Cranbrook, B.C., Aug. 7th, 1908  Mayor Bunting, Greenwood.  Dear Mr. Mayor,  I beg to acknowledge your wire  of the 5th, and desire to thank  you on behalf of the people of  Cranbrook and Fernie for your  kind sympathy and generous assistance*.  Yours faithfully.  J. P. Fink, Mayor  , August .HtirOS  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The   following tatole gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1900, 190], 1902, 1903,  1904, 19(15, 1906 and 1907. as reported to (he Greenwood Times���  Mink.  Granby  Mines....  Snowshoe   11. C. Copper Co....  Moluci Lode   11. C. Mine   Emma   Oro Denoro   Ilonnie Ilelk-   Dom. Copper Co  Brooklyn-Stem.  Idaho...   Rawhide....   Sunset   Mountain Rose.  Athlestan   Morrison..   R. Bel1._   Senator,   Brey Fugle..   No. 37.   Reliance   Snlphnr King   Winnipeg   Golden Crowd   King Solomon   Big Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris    Jewel   Riverside,   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy   Duncan.:   Providence.   Elkhorn   Strathmore..    Golden Eagle    Weston   Prince Henry   Skylark   Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine   Bay   Mavis.. .-   Don Pedro...   Ceescent   Helen .._   Ruby   Republic..���   Miscelllarteoas.���..,  WOO       1901  (A&1   231,762  '    297       1,741  -,,340     99,034  19,494     47,405    650  1902  309.858  20,800  141,326  14,811  8,530  1903  39V718  71.212  138,079  19,365  22,937  15,537  1904 1905  549,703   653,889  174,298    147.576  37,960       9,485  1906 1907  801,404   613.5..7  8.426   13S.aU  105,90C 208,231  1.488 1.-.12  11,804      18.274  Past  1908   Week  670.566      367  98.S65   10,1'U  1,-200  ���802  550  1,076  2,250  1,'40  " "875  lfcO  665  2,000  350  7,455  150  786  625  482  2,060  890  15.731  5,646  3.339  560  363  2,435  219   fc     993  400  80  X23I)      3,4j<i 325  50"  i 6,400  3,007  20  55,731  3.177  14.--.S1  43,295  12,253  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  33,490  4,��70  3,700  32,350  140.6��5  2,960  26,032  48,390  3,55.1  532  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  '3,450  222  364  25,108  3.056  4,747  1,833  33  150  11,971  3.450  3''8      9  1,267  363  42  33     586  30  145  770  150  20     30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  5S��-   90  (-5        120  79  *  40  700  20  55  60  726  325  '"535  6.W  2=5  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  ���52  50  224  300  45  30   53        M  750     Total, tons..     .   'K,.u00   390,800   50J,S76   610,419   S29,WW   933,5481,161,5371,148,237  Smelter   treat nirnt ��� ,   -  Granbv Co      (,2 387    230,828   2f2,340   401,'>21   596.252   687.988   ?��,.��79   637,626  B.C. C��--,,-,-,*n         .._    117,611   148,600   162,913   219,484   210330   123.840   341.952  TV.:.. v u .  i,n...     1      132.570      30,930     84,059   218JH1    153,439  605.362    _   130.039   13.618  22^42   2^04  H-  'v'vfPM  ��� :������'*���':'}<���  ���yj.$z  77M  <mL;  .������vi-'l.!  '.::<���:���!'���  :������<���':������*���  "���>���{:?���  / :?yMZm  ���"��� 'y-:m0-  ,.yyfm  ��� ':'--v>rb&,  777m  Wm  .VrO-w-S'sii  ���:-7'y:m  mTmB  ��� --..���'.',- '^.���Ji'rik,  .   ���:���?������->".Jwpi;  -yyym  ��� ���������-���:��� ;f-MJ-m  '/$���<���'#&&  ���vl^S  ���'���.'���'���>���-;  :y/ii  ���M  '-m  Total rrdu.-d     .2^89   348,439    460,940   697,404   837,666   982^(771,172,4031,233,017 770MM$l  W.;S��S  >^^m^^M^^m  ^&emx  ii  '���t-rl  �����&;;#;  :"VK-  *���* .i'V-'.  -w  '������i'S  THE  ,.i.,miL.�� mmL-imm  CREEK TIMES  G���<  CP**  CP*1  cr**  Cr"  cp1**  Cr*<  0=**  Cr^  <P*-  (P*<  {P**  fp*  {P*  CP*  <?-=-  CP*-  CP*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.        Kest ..$11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President -.   Lokd Strathcona AKD_M_ODNT^Ro-y*i.i G. C. M. G.  ,} Sew Yoik, Chicago.  President:   Sir Gkofge A. Dkummond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President aud General Manager :   E. S. Cloustok,  Brancties in London, Eng. \ c^Pt**Pr��.  Buy  and sell Sterliuff Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial ao  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  i r>  *^>  J**=9  *���=��>  **-=5  *_^  ���"=2  s*=9  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  ESTABLISHED  1867  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   5,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at current  rates.    Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more  persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of the  .lumber or by the survivor. *"*  J. T. BEATTIE Manager   - ���    -   -   Greenwood  cause the whole bereaucracy is  out pf touch and out of sympathy  with the native population. He  draws a distinction between the  English-Indian mind and ihe native point of view. Speaking-of  Kipling, he says he is no doubt  able to! speak for a small minority  of the population of the country,  who ay-f; in the government service, but denies that he is_,in. any  way entitled to speak:for "intellectual India, which is in thorough touch with Carlvle, Ruskin,  Mill, -:Tennyson and Tolstoi.'!  '   The;gdverning of strange peo-  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:      *l Hallett."  1 Bedford M'Neill's  Codes ���{ Mqrcing & Neat's  GammNwooD. B. O'  ( teiber's  gg BOUNDARV  VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1. 0. O. F.  Meets e-rery Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In the  1- ��. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  S. STORER D. A. MACDONALD  N. G. V. G.  A. JAYNES, Kec. Sec.  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued everv f rldav  BY THE  Bonndaiy Creek'Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ykak    2 00  Six Months 1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 SO  Editof  A. D. Macfarlank  FRIDAY.   AUGUST 14,1908  CANADA AND THE EMPIRE*  The conception of Canada as a  nation within the Empire is constantly taking a greater hold on  the people of the Dominion. The  term "colony" is resented as implying a subserviency that is not  ours. Even our large dailies such  as the Hamilton Spectator which  is known over Canada for the  brightness of its editorial columns, however, stumble in ignorance over the constitutional possibility of such an idea. Recently  the Toronto Star set the Spectator right on this point in an editorial worth quoting. It is as follows :  The Hamilton Spectator takes  exception to the remark made by  Sir Wilfrid Laurier at the Quebec banquet. "The colonies acknowledged the authority of the  British crown, but no other authority." The Spectator says :  "This is of a piece with his perpetual dreaming of Canadian independence, sometimes cloaked,  but never abandoned, and not always secluded." It adds that Sir  Wilfrid means to elevate Canada  into a position of equality with  Great Britain "as if Great Britain and Canada had the one nominal monarch, and there was no  other connection between them���  like Norway and Sweden in days  not long gone by.   In so speaking  he chooses to ignore the fact that  the charter of Canada is an Act  of the Imperial Parliament ; that  the Governor-General is chosen  by the Ministry of the day in  Great Britain and responsible to  the Secretary of State for the  Colonies; and that, although -a  good deal of latitude has been  permitted for well understood reasons, the only difference between  Canada, Australia, etc.,' on the  one hand, and the crown colonies  on the other, is that in the one  class autonomy under the supervision of the Imperial Parliament  is permitted, while in the other  the authority of that Parliament  is more directly exercised." .,  The Spectator is talking of the  theory, while Sir Wilfrid is talking of the practical working ot  our institutions. It is true that  our charter, the British North  America Act, is an Act of. the  Imperial Parliament, but it is to  all intents audpu'rposes of an irrevocable' character. Tbe British  Parliament has abandoned for all  time all but a small part of its  legislative authority over Canada.  It would not, and virtually could  not, make a tariff for Canada, or  impose a tax upon Canada, or  make alterations in the laws of  Canada, relating to education, or  commerce,' or municipal administration, or property aud civil  rights or any of the subjects  which by the Confederation Act  are allotted either to the Dominion  or to the provinces. In all these  respects Canada does stand upon  an equality with the United  Kingdom, and the power of th*-*  Canadian Parliament and legislatures is as absolute as that of  the Imperial Parliament. This  state of affairs is not "permitted."  It is inevitable ; and it is just as  inevitable that in the process of  development the position of Canada within the Empire will be  one of complete equality with the  United Kingdom.  its tariff, it has insisted on recognizing the rights ot every producer���farmer and miner as well  as manufacturer. The Transcript says ;     '   - .  One of the   significant   omissions of the Dominion Parliament,  just prorogued, ^ras its failure to  increase   the   duty on  woollens,  even though .'the^'manufacturers  represented the industry . as   virtually on its last legs as the   result of foreign  competition.    In  stating the position of   the.  government, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the  Canadian   Premier,    said: "In a  country with the climate of Can-1 pies reitiaius ever a problem  ada. the cost of woollen clothing  becomes a question of very great  importance.    A   proposal  to increase the taxes on what might be  called a necessity of life naturally  arouses much oppositton  among  the consumers and their representatives.    .    .    .    We can  assure  the   manufacturers   that  we are  fully appreciative of this industry,  and   that   if   we   cannot at this  stage meet their wishes, it is because we "are obliged to   consider  the wishes of all classes throughout the country."  This concise statement epitomizes the frame of mind in which  the Liberal Government under  Laurier always has approached  the subject of tariff revision.  Canada is a protective country,  but the government has set its  face steadfastly against the policy which would recognize the  producer as the exclusive interest  to be considered in levying tariff  duties. The pressure for higher  duties put upon the government  by the manufacturers-' has .been  continual and terrific, but the  Laurier ministry, while diplomatically yielding at times and in  studied measure, never has permitted the dictation of customs  duties by any one interest.  the time the whistle blows; is usually complaining because his  wage envelope does not grow  heavier.  In 18^6, there were in Canada  11,265 "convictions for drunkenness, in/1906, the number had increased to 25,110. The Victoria  Colonist will not suggest that  this due to the policy of the Laurier administration but rather to  the marked failing off in the ef-  sorts made by organizations to  promote temperance. Surely the  Colonist will soon be converting  the Tories !  BRAIN LEAKS.  (Selected.)  The "water  Will Power.  wag-on" is run. by  "Bad Luck" gets the blame for  a lot of laziness.  Compromising with sin is ac -  cepting wage from Satan.  Fight the devil with water���fire  is his favorite weapon.  Th�� Fanner's Wife     s  Is very careful about hear cirarn. She  scalds It thoroughly after using, and gives .  it a sun bath to Sweeten It ShOkhows  that'll her churn is sour It will taint the  butter that is made in it The stomach is  a churn. In the stomaph and digestive  and nutritive .tracts are performed i: processes which are almost exactly like the  chorntnjs of butter. Is.it n'Ot apparent  then' that if this stomach-churn is foul it  makes foul all which is put Into It? \  The evil of. a foul stomach Is not alone  the bad taste la the mouth and the foul  breath caused by it, but thecorniption of  the pure current of blood and the dissemination of disease throughput the body.  Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  makes the sour and foul stomach' sweet  Itdoes^oi' tie stomach what the washing  arid sun bath do for the churn���absolutely  removes every tainting or corrupting clement In. this way it cures blotches,  pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,  sores, or open eating ulcers _'and all  humors or diseases arising from bad blood.  If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste in  your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,  ��re weak and easily tired, feel depressed  and despondent have* frequent-headaches,  dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress In stomach, constipated or Irregular bowels, sour  or bitter risings after eating and poor  appetite, these symptoms, or any considerable number of them, indicate that you are  suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy  liver with the usual accompanying Indigestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant  derangements.   ptoror  fj^yrarnurr-am _      __      i CffijTTi n *^klii^4>^^*t^^^''aBl  ^l?T^,3^^^*:^'5r'n^^JQ!3i^t'  _ISl_r-V/'r-M tmHEflia-. ��� ��� *K*i ���tTjjD'Rni t..  iT523,aun3ife,utfnur*ro "���nrrCWTOtia,  ft-rniair*?. arm tntiitsTm*^i^!^7,rr,xm  er  H/\IMUt5*J,Ur\ .  '(New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size:   Octavo.    Pages ���   1228.  Chapters -.25., -.'.���'>  Scboe: The Copper Industry   of  the  World.     . !     -.'  Covering- ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling-, Leaching, Smelting.,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Suostitutes.Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States.Countries  and Continents; Mines in Oeta.il, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  elc. .  The Copper Handbook is concededfy  the  V!<  iT THE CHURCHES  i  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  add 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. M.cKee, Pastor. ' ��� ���  ; '.  1  to  ruin-nv^ry^- That this is absolutely true  will be readily proven to your satisfaction  if yon will but mail a postal card'request  Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. T., for a  copy of his booklet of extracts from  e standard medical authorities, giving  the names of all tbe ingredients entering  into his world-famed medicines and showing what the most eminent medical men  of the ��_a��ay of ti__-_  Having faith   in   God   means  having faith in your fellows.  When a woman with a poodle  dog in her arms enters the crowded car we never have any trouble  finding something interesting in  our newspaper.  Educating England  In the British House of Commons the other day, in a very interesting    debate   on   the    subject of Asiatic immigration.   Mr.  A.   E.   W,   Mason   called     attention to   Asiatic   immigration  into Canada.    Mr. Seely   replied  that the future of the Empire de-  depended on the step we*now took.  The government   warmly  appreciated the manner   wherein   the  Canadian   government   had met  ���hem; also the work of Mr. Mackenzie King,     he   hoped   there  would be a   common   agreement.  He appealed to the House not to  adopt a superior' attitude and say  that any citizen of   the    Empire  should be free to go to any   part  thereof.    The colonies   must  be  allowed   to   exclude   whom they  thought desirable.    At the same  time he urged the colonies to treat  with the utmost   generosity   the  Asiatics   already  therein.      He  agreed that the   question should  go to the imperial secretariat.  The Washington Herald says  the world's coal supply -has been  reduced four billion, tons. And  we know the location of the furnace that consumed most of it.  The   workman   who   has   his  hands washed and his coat on by  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining- Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  4*4* 4�� ���*!��� *f�� ���$"!��� 4*4  The Miner needs the book for the  facts it gives him-regardi-. Geology,  Mining, Copper Deposit Copper  Mines.- .������''-..  The Metallurgist needs the book for  tbe facts it gives him re-arding- copper milling, leaching, sraelli g, and  refining.  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  eral information oh one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the- copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are .worth more .than the price  of the book to each and1 every owner of  copper mining shares.!  Price : $5.00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7150 in full library morocco.  Terms: The most liberal. Send ho  money, but order the book sent'you,  all carriage chatges' prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for ir it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of. its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the.editor and/publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEJI/DO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  WeTHOdist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford;  B.Ai, will conduct set vices as usual at  Methodist Church morn ing and evening  Services   every  Sunday,morninc* and  Sunday School at 3;       J  CATHOtic.���Church of' the Sacred  Heart.-���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each. month. Holy  mass at 10 a. tn.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*;���>'  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.  pastor. ' f'- ���-.  Church oe England (S*. Jude's>���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 10 a.m. Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd and Sth Sundays at 8  a. m; 2nd and 4th Sundays' after Matins at 11a.m. Saints' Day servtcesj  as announced in Church. Mother  Lode mine first Sunday, at 3 p. m.  Eholt, second, Sunday; at 3:30 p. m.  Rev., F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  St. Josephs School  NELSON, EC.  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BUSTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds ofu\  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-!  GREENWOOD,.:  B. C.  PHOME 65.  ��k>0000��k}��0<>000<>0>00<K*-0<**00<>9  COMMERCIAL  HOTEL Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M, GILLIS  The Canadian Government and the  Protectionists.  Sometimes a stranger sees our  faults or virtues more clearly than  we do ourselves. There are Canadians who refuse to see in 'the  tariff policy of the Laurier government anything but a continuation of the old N.P. under which  Canada ran into a time of distress  as great or greater than that in  which she found herself at its beginning. Recently the Boston  Transcript touched on the subject and put the emphasis where  it was needed. The Laurier government has provided a tariff policy that has been consistent and  stable and instead of considering  only the manufacturer in making  The Hindu Viewpoint*  Mr. Teja Singh is a Master of  Arts and a doctor of laws and he  is at present in the United States.  He" is likewise a Sikh. He has  been telling a New York reporter  some things about India, not  very much, because he occupies a  delicate position, for if he speaks  his mind plainly he may be subject to misconstruction in India.  He made one point which ought  not be lost sight of. He said that  it washard for a western mind to  grasp  the   Indian  situation, be-  Hotel  Tea  Spices     v  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  Close to the Smelter.  The Name of  Black Watch  On a Tag on a Plug of  Black -Chewing Tobacco  Stands ior Qualify.  Everybody  Agrees  [ that COD  LIYER OIL and IRON  are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody *ake Cod Liver Oil and  Iron ? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While     /  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  ofiCod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and. is richer in oil than any other  eniuhion,and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  and' Phosphorus, it is* so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds nny trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover'the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely'  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians everywhere have fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice. FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  <��Yoti Know What  Yoti Tak-ft-*'  The Best Appointed Working men's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Dleotricity.   Hot and  Cold Baths.  J  i  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  WINDSOR   J^OTEL  McCLUNG and GOODEVE, Proprietors.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted  throughout  with electric lights.  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-to-date foods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NI6HT  I]  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA LOFSTAD Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a con-tent caro In  Fall and Winter weather. .Thev will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it naa done for so many ? It is said  to be tke only reliable remedy ioi .ail  diseases of the air passages in cliildrcu  - his absolutely harmless and ploaant to  lake. Unguaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per beetle,  and all dealers in medicine sell   ��� ���       314  vSHILO  Tha remedy should be in every household.  I ran f 1MU1  Erlectric  current   supplied   for  4,  *  *  *  4>  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  if  +1  t  4��j  Get Oar Rates. We Can Savjs Yob Money m  ���mttkt-  wffi  7m  "mi  m  wmti  W'-Sj  mtf$m  fr.<.-..itir'.'-,i  'MM  ��  hi  WM&   BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES  EXPENDITURE OF THE DOMINION DEPARTMENT OF  AGRICULTURE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR 1906-07,  The expenditure in British Columbia of Federal moneys for agricultural purposes, has' largely  increased since 1896. The general expenditure in the whole i of  -.���.���-���' -' > .���'.������-.- ���' ���  Canada for such purposes has increased frem $198,098 in 189o :tb  $547,473 in 1907. As will be  briefly explained in the following  statements, British ���'Columbia-  has been-'given' a fair share of  of this increase. .  British Columbia, the same as  the' rest of Canada, has benefitted by the rapid development of  agricultural organization in Ottawa, under a practical Minister  of Agriculture, through the wise  legislation from time to time introduced, . the valuable /.experiments conducted and object lessons given, thereby enabling the  best information to sbe available  and promptly and widely distributed. '''. ���  A large correspondence is carried on between the chiefs of the  various divisions established by  the Minister and the farmers of  British Columbia, who ,are thus  put in a position to obtain up-to-  date and practical advice. This  help is'of vital importance and is  available to the1 farmers who  ���.choose to write for it to the departmental specialists in charge  of each particular class of work.'  Besides the services of a general character the Department have  -sent their   leading  officers from  Ottawa to the Province to conduct educational campaigns, and  have representatives residing in  British Columbia for nearlyevery  branch of the Ottawa Department.  A few particulars in regard  to  these services, in so far  as they  are applied to British Columbia  will no. dpubt be interesting, and j  herein follow :v V  At the Agasslz Experimental  Farm there has been ah expenditure varying from $8,269 i_-1896-  97 to $10,9>1 in 19Q7-08. It reached $13,455 in 1901-2*^ on account  of the new buildings that were  added in that year.  Special attention has been devoted at the farm to orchard and  garden work and an exhibit has  been sent regularly to the annual  exhibition at New Weltminsteri  The Live, Stock Branch.���In  1900 the Minister of Agriculture  appointed to take charge of the  Live Stock interests of the Dominion, a: Commissioner who soon  extended his operations to British  Columbia. In the last six years  an expenditure of $12,437.83 has  been incurred " in this^ province  alone in providing judges tor  fairs and speakers for conventions  and in grants to Live Stock Associations made through the Commissioner..  Veterinary Branch,���In 1895-06,  there was spent in the .whole  veterinary work ��f  the  Domin-  ^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m  est  '.&  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary: Greek  .   Mining District.  I  ~l  ^[The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ��f The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  /its interests every  month.  ^[The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giv-  ing can deliver the  goods.  SEE. IF IT CAN'T.  % Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper.  Irrigated Fruit Lai-ids at Midway.  ion, $31,419; in 1906-07 the  amount had grown   to   $276,667.  $31,000 was the expenditure of  the Veterinary Branch of the  Dominion when the English Embargo on Canadian cattle was, in  1896, made statutory. Had the  expenditure been more liberal and  the organization more complete  the results might have been different.  In order to stamp out the disease, a rigid quarantine was instituted in the area affected and  anim alsdiseased,'and in contact  with the diseased, were slaughtered and compensation paid. The  system had been successfully followed before in stamping out Hog  Cholera when that ������ disease prevailed, to an alarming extent, especially in the Counties of Essex  and Kent. Ont. While $36,029.35  was paid for compensation, in  1902-3, the sum paid for compensation gradually decreased year  by year until it reached $2,811.43  in 1907-08, when the disease had  practically completely disappear.  ed. "'  v    7_7' ���''���'-  The same system was applied  to the whole of Canada for glanders in horses.  In British Columbia, owing to a  violent outbreak of this disease  in lumbering camps in the North,  no less than $80,330.10 was spent  for compensation and general expenses in 1906, but the following  year, 1907 the expenditure had already been reduced to $27,806, and  ')���''������'������:     ' '    . ' '  the tendency is a decrease towards  thfe vanishing point.  The expenditure of the Veterinary branch from 1896 to 1907  for British. Columbia has totalled  over $80,000, the work done being  an entirely new work instituted  by the Department.  In the dairying branch also  special-attention has been given  to B.C. One month after the  present Minister assumed the control of the Department at Ottawa  he sent Mr. J. A: Ruddick, the  present Commissioner to British  Columbia to.conduct a travelling  dairy through the principal districts of the province and at the  annual meeting of the Provincial  Exhibition at New Westminster.  During that three month's tour  the creameries then in existence  were visited and advice and help  given them. ;  In 1901 a similar work was  again undertaken, -conducted by  Mr. J. E- Hopkins and an assistant, and again in 1905 when Mr.  W, A. Wilson, representing this  branch of the Department of Agriculture, conducted demonstrations of butter making ip different  parts of the country and at the  New Westminster Exhibition.  In l%6a permanent official was  engaged to organize" and supervise Cow Testing Associations in  the province. Seyen associations  have already been organized, but  the services of the supervisor  were dispensed with and other  arrangements  made  with local  experts to do -the* milk testing.  The annual expenses in connection "with this work would amount  to about $800.  ' In 1902 Mr. Maxwell Smith was  appointed as a permanent Dominion Fruit Inspector for the Province of British Columbia. He  has been engaged there ever since.  His salary and expenses amount  to about $1,700 per year. Mr.  McNeill, the present Chief pf the  fruit division,and his predecessor  Mr. MacKinnon.'have both visited British Columbia in the interests of frnit growing.  In connection with the second  Conference of Fruit Growers held  at Ottawa in March; 1906, the expenses of five delegates were paid  from British Columbia, amount-  in all to jie'arly $1,000, or considerably over one-third the cost of  the Conference.      ;  In the Seed Branch, which was  Btarted eight years ago a repre  sentative was in 1905 given special charge of inspection work in  B.C.and was stationed at Calgary.  Last year the trade in clover and  grass seed was made the subject  of special investigation and this  year, the work is being continued.  In this as in all the departments  much help is given in Institute  meetings.  From the preceding statements  it seems justifiable to conclude  that the general policy of the  Department, so ' far as British  Columbia is concerned, has been  characterized by a wise expenditure of public moneys for necessary purposes. That expenditure has been increased with the  increasing business and development of the farming interests of  the province, with due regards to  the needs of .the farming population and the proportion of that  population to the rest of Canada.  A lot of people worry about uh-  blanketed horses on a cold day  and never give a thought to unfad  and unclothed children.  lhe man who thinks tbat the  world owes him a living is going  to meet trouble if he fails to start  out on a collecting tour.  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. W. Nelson, of  Carmi, B.C., intend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the Weat House, at Carmi, B. C, situate on Block 1, Lot B. .._..,  Dated at Carmi, B.C.. the 14th day of August,  I9o8# Signed, J. W. NELSON*  Mr. Alfred Brown, of Merriton,  Ont. ��ays :���" For six years I have-  not known what it was to be free  from pain. No one ever suffered  more from itching bleeding I'.les  than I did and I tried everything  to get cured but failed. One ��lay a  friend of mine -xho bad been cured wnb  Zam-Bale gave me a part cf a box to try,  and the r'M��f I got was marvellous. I then  bought a supply and before I bad used it ill  . was completely cured."  Of all drngeists and stores, 50c.  fAM-BUK  RELIEVES & CURES'  For a light lunch, afternoon  teas, picnics and camp, there  is nothing that  will equal a  BOVRIL  SANDWICH  It is tasty, mere nutritious  than ham, beef, or chicken,  and more economical. Send  a post card for new recipe  booklet "Tasty Dishes, " to  bovril Limited  t  27 ST. PETER STREET. MONTREAL  ii 1 Fines  Dr  I  n  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO,,   LTD,  New Westminister; B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  *���'-�����>**'��*�����*���*��'>��>���*>��>*  esse  ���*������*'>*����00��'������>  *-+*��&ftt*<a*a*tvp,*.**a+++a  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in v.ocal   **P*��OOOO^oodoo*i>^*^K>ooo<!-o*0<>0  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  "taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  MINERAL ACT.  s     Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.       - V  Bristol Boy Mineral Claim, tiitnate In Greenwood Mininir *DtviBlon of Yale District.  Where located:   West Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James .Edward  Schon, Free Miners' Certlficrte No. B9S80,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, toapply to the Mining- Recorder/for a Certifica'e of  Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37,  must  be commenced  before  the  issuance of snch  Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thia ISth day of July, A. T>. 199S  JAMES EDWARD SCHON.  LAND NOTICJSS  District  SimUkameen Land District*  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawford, of  Park Rapids, Min.nesota,occupatlon Far-.  mer,lntend to apply for permission to purchase  tke following- described landsjICommenclng at a  post planted at the North West corner of Lot  805 S, thence north 20 chains; thence east SO  chains: thence sonth 80 chains; thence west  40 chains, theace north 60 chains, thence west  40 chains to point of commencement, and con  talnln*r*400 acres, more or less.'  JAMES CRAWFORD.  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated Junc'l2th, 1908.  CANADIAN  PACIFJC  m A I L W A-Yj  SUMMER  EXCURSION RATES,  EAST  LAND NOTICE  District  MORTGAGEE SALE.  UNDER and by virtn* of the powers con  tainert In a certain Mortgage, which will  tie produced at the time of sale, there will be  offered for sal<* by public auction, at the Court  House, in the City of Greenwood, British Columbia, on Tuesday, the-4th day of August,  1908, at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,  all and singular, those certain parcels or tracts  of land and premises, sitnate, lying- and being  in the 'own of Midway, in the Province of British Columbia,' more particularly known and described as Lots 16 (sixteen! and 17 (seventeen),  In block 4*! Cforty-five),* in the Subdivision of  Lot SOI, Group I, of the Osoyoos Division of  Yale District, in the Province aforesaid, ac-  ccidlng- to map or plan of said subdivision deposited in j.he Land Registry Office in the City  of Kamloops,'and therein numbered 3 (three),  with the store and buildings thereon.  Dated at Midway, B. C, the 22nd day of June,  1908.  C. J. LEGGATT,  Solicitor for Mortgagee,  Lawson Block, Midway, B. C.  For terms and conditions of sale, apply to  the Mortgagee's Solicitor. 42  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Imcrovements  NOTICE  Boston Boy Fractional Mineral Claim, situate  In tbe Greenwood Mini np Division of Yale  Distrlct.-Where located: in Deadwood Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JR. Shaw, agent  forD. A. Cameron, Free Miner's Certificate  No.���14,266; George Levson, Free Miner's Certificate No. 10,122; W. W. Craig, Free Miner's Certificate No. 14465; J. W. Nelson, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14287, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  .claim.  And further take notice that artion,under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of June, A. D., 1908.  C.JR. SHAW, B.C.L.S  Similkameen Land.District,  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that I, Louisa I. Shaw, of  Greenwood, B.C., occupation Housekeeper,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:���  Commencing at a post planted at the North-  East corner of Lot No. 788S. thence East 80  chains; thence north 4<> chains, thence west 20  chains, thence sonth 20 chains; thence west 40  chains; thence north 20 chains, thence went 20  chains, thence sonth 40 chains to point of com!  mencement, and containing 240 acres more or  less,  LOUISA I. SHAW.  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated July 13th, 1903.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '���Columbus" Mineral Claim, situated In the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as ageat for J. F. Cunningham, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B6761, V7. T. Smith,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B93G8. and E. J.  Roberts, Free Miner's Certificate No. B106SS,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, toapply  to the Mining Recorder or a Certificate of Improvements, for tha purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before, the Issue-  ance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of Mav, A. D. 1908.  I. H. HALLETT.  It storatft ��� ./  dont e-amfcR-a '  roVLT&ttt  ttdoos*  Indoor* jf  IE  OIL-BO  Subscribe for Tbe Times  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements*  NOTICE.  Warwick Fraction Mineral  Claim, situate   in  the Greenwood Mining   Division   of Yale  District.   Where  located:   In   Providence  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Hemmerle and  Hugh   McKee Free  Miner's   CertiScateK  No.  B14408, and   B14226, Intend,    sixty days from  the    date   hereof, ta    apply    to   the Mining  Recorder  for a  Certificate  of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining  s Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice  that aotion, nnder  section 37. mnst be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 5th day of August. A. D. 19"8.  THOMAS HEMMERLE _ HUGH McKEE  Painting  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor,  ating promptly done.  mall Papering  JJtid KaJsantining  Send in your spring order**..  QeOoBXhompsen  Box Z^S, tiroenwood.  Sh >jj Government street.  From Greeawood to Winnipeg.  Fort William. Duluth, St. Paul-  Chicag-o, $72.50 St. Louis,$67.50  New York,108.50 Toronto. 94.40  Montreal, 108.S0 Ottawa, 105.00  St Joha,NB,120.90 Halifax 131.20  Sydney, CB., $136.90  Tickets on sale May 4 and 18,  June 5, 6, 19 and.20, July 6, 7, 22  and 23,August 6,7. 21 and 22,1908]  First class, Round Trip, Ninety  Day Limit  Routes���These tickets are good  via any recognized routes in .one  or both directions. To destinations east of Chicago are good via  the Great Lakes, For further information, rates, Sleepi - - car  reservations, etc, apply <-*  J. MOB, B. J. r JYLE,  D.P.A. Nelson      A.G.'P.A .- - ricOuver  B.   ft.   REDPATH     AGENT  GREENWOOD '    -  0<>000000000000<>04K>*f>0<>000<>0  Snynopsis ol Canadian North-West -  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  A NY even-numbered section of Dominion  ���"��� Lands In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting8 and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteaded bvany person who-is the sole  head of a family, or any male ov'er IS years ot  age. to the extent of one-quarter section of 150  acres, more or less.  Application for entry must be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Laud Agenc  ort Sub-agency for the district in which tne land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made at any Agency on certain conditions by -  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an intending homesteader.  Duties���il) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land iu each year  for three years.  (2) A homesteader may. If he so desires, perform the required residence duties by living on  farming land owned solely by him, not lest  Uian eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of bis hon estead. He may also do so by living  with father or mother, on certain Conditions.  joint ownership in land will not meet tbis requirement.  (3) A homesteader Intending to perform hl>>  residence duties in accordance with the above  while living with parents or on farming land  owned by himself must notify the Agent for the  district of such intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized  publication of this advertisement will not he paid for.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District*   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederick Crawford.of Park Raplds,Minnesota,occupation  Farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 60 chains Nor  therly from the North-west Corner of H'  Strauss' Pre-emption, Lot No. 787S, tbeuce  north 00 chains; thence west 2�� chains; thence  south 60 chains; thence cast 20 chains to point  of commencement, and containing 120 acres;  more or less.  FREDERICK CRAWFORD,  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated thn 15th d��v of February. 1908.   MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Nn. 2 Fraction. Xi>. l> Fraction and Hartford  Miueiul Claim, sitnate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of* Yale District. Where  located: Carmi Cams. West Fork Of the  Kettle Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert D. Kerr,  Kiee Miner's certilicate No. BikSOO acting  for myself jind as agent for James C. Dale, Fr��.*e  Miner's Certificate No. BK.104. and P. 11. S.  SianHope. Fr.c Miner's Cortificate No. ItoWiT,  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  tu the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im-  piovpinents for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take o��itice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this* Eleventh day nf Mav, A.D.1W8.  ROBERT D. KERR  y?i'M  :.,;f-  *,.i.'.:.-';-->'.ti?s'|i  7'  ":-''$ll?  ���y}0k  ���>--.ym  ' ���������"-"������ sVifc  '-'   M'.'.ii*  ������   ���������Tm  :, 7i7i  :-777m  -; ������'.VvV;-;*fSj$I  ������'Mm*  ��� ������?������*���-itfMl  y]7y$m  '������' .���'"'��� ^SiMI  ���������������:*i-:s*t, '*v;;. ",:r.'. - v-;  '"'' ::'7-^"-:"-.'>..';'..7'-'.TT'-,'- :ryv,yM?*&FW*TI  <%*"  .. V  THE  'BOUNDARY  GREEK  TIMES  S^^^^^^^&^'^^i^i^ ^��^��^^^^<^^��^^^��^��^  ) 100ft  mm  fMl.r7  un".u  flO  lb  f  fo  UU.  Are dealers in Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*    3��f   J��  They carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE BROADWAY  BRAND     X  There are some fine  Stock/taking Bargains  in   our   Store   now,  KB  P  P  r ��  -<*_i^'*_-S_*^"_-***_-<**_,<S^  Get the Genuine  Insist on  Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Ciquor Co*  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  Is   the   Holiday   Month.  There are Trunks of  Every Size and Quality, good eh her for  White Man, Black  Man, or Yellow Man,  at Prices to Suit you.  i_.  A.LWhite  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  TRUKKS BAG 5 �������,<#?  0  �����  ��jt    ���*���_������  ���Hi. II ���*���*���, II-�� II**���  1-S-.M ���*-,al--H st^sl-a_.il-S_.il-"*-  j Purely personal  *H��"^*ai ���**���*��� H****aii, ��� "a- II  *_*i.*_*'*-a****4ll���--i 1���*_si ���^il-Wil'*-'!'^  -V  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  TOWN 7OTICo  J���'a.  ,;n   Us,  The Palace Livery Stable  u  m m  DRAYING-"We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLESS   ���  PROPRIETOR   J. E. McAllister returned this  morning- from Keiowna.  Miss Mattie O'Brien is visiting  her grandmother, Mrs. Hessinger  at Avon, Mont.  H. W. Sharp, of Sharp and Irvine, brokers,vSpokane- was in  camp on Wednesday.  Mrs. and Miss Adams, of Spokane, are visiting Mrs. L*. A.  Smith, of Anaconda.  H. W. Moffatt, who has been  visiting at the home of _is parents leaves on Monday by way of  Vancouver tor his home in San  Francieco.  F. J. Hunter andE. H. Stewart  of Winnipeg, Inspectors of the  Bank of Montreal, commenced  their inspection of the Greenwood  branch on Saturday last.  Rev. F. J. Rutherford and Rev.  Geo. Strachan, of Phoenix, are  attending the District Meeting of  Methodist Ministers at Rossland  yesterday and today.  Miss Dynes returned on Monday from her holidays which she  spent at her home in Nelson and  in Kaslo. Miss Brown, of Rendell & Co's store is visiting Miss  McKenzie at Phoenix this  week.  Rev. M. D. McKee and Mrs.  McKee returned on Tuesday from  Deer Park, a summer resort about  15 miles above West Robson on  the Arrow Lakes. Mr. and Mrs.  McKee were greatly pleased with  their holiday there,  Miss Bessie and1 Miss L. Moffat, of Spokane, have been spending the week at their home here,  the occasion of the visit being  the wedding of their sister Miss  Maude Moffatt with. R. L. Brown,  of Nelson.  Eddie McCutcheon returned on  Wednesday from Ithaca, N.Y.,  where he has-been in attendance  at one of the preparatory schools  of Cornell University. Since  leaving college he has been visiting relatives in Maine and in Toronto.  F. W. Main, of Chicago, Assistant Freight Claims Agent, of  the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad, visited his father, J. W.  Main and his sister, Mrs. J: D.  Spence, from Monday until Wednesday. Mr. Main was returning  from a quick trip to Coast cities.  A. H. Young, M.A., Professor  of English Literature in the University of Trinity College, Tor**  onto, is visiting J. D. Spetoce.  Professor Young is in the west in  the interest of Upper Canada College, the best established preparatory school in Canada.  J. W. Morrison, superintendent  of the Lone Star mine leaves today for the east going first to  Vancouver and then back to Montreal and other points east. E. E.  Nicholson, of the Mother Lode  has been appointed to succeed  Mr. Morrison whose purpose in  going east is to complete his ed-.  ucation at McGill.  Brown���Moffatt.  The marriage of Miss Maud  Louise Moffatt, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. R. J. Moffatt with Ronald L. Brown, of Nelson, took  place at high noon on Wednesday  in St. Columba's church, the'ceremony being performed by Rev.  M D. McKee. In the abserce  of herj father who was at  the coast, the bride was given  away by her brother.H. W.Moffatt  of San Francisco, her bridesmaid  being her sister, Miss L. C. Moffatt, of Spokane.-The groom was  attended by. R. A. Simmons, of  Vancouver. The wedding march  was played by Mrs. H. McCutcheor.  The wedding was a quiet one,  no invitations being issued here  and no guests invited except tbe  immediate family of the bride.  The church was prettily decorated  with potted plants and flowers.  Bride and groom left on the afternoon train, going by way of  the Arrow Lakes to Banff and  Calgary and returning to their  home in Nelson where they will  reside.  at- his  dental office here until August  22.    Make appointments early.  G. R. Naden is one of the first  three school trustees of Prince  Rupert.  For Private Sale���All or any  part of Furniture for five-room  house. Mrs. Frank Moore, opr  posite Fire Hall.  The compressor at the Mother  Lode turned over without a hitch  on Saturday. There is now no  steam power in use in the mine.  Perfection in Confectionery���  The Copper Seal|Brand ���McRae  Bros.  A forest fire threatened the  Deadmau's Gulch bridge of the  Great Northern last night and  kept the section men working and  fighting it all night.  Both Presbyterian and Methodist churches will revert to the  usual order of services en Sunday,  each minister taking services in  his own church, morning ' and  evening.  Cottage for Sale, on Kimberly  Avenue, by Dr. Mathison.  Tierney & Co. have completed  their work on the grade on the  Mother Lode branch and will  commence moving their plant on  Monday. If details<of the right-  of-way are arranged satisfactorily  by that time, they will go to  Boundary Falls where a week's  work will put the road there in  shape.  A cool evening, under the stars,  in a comfortable hammock, makes  life; almost divine. Coles' keeps  the Hammocks.    See them.  The girl from the Rockies, Miss  Gloria Dare, in a singing and reciting turn, was superb. Her  voice is one of excellence, and her  song, "You Know I can't because  I'm Married," took the audience  with a sweep. The recitation of  the "Kace from the Herd,'" was a  stirring one, and "held the audience thrilled for the time.���Winnipeg Free Press.  H.F. Stow,   Manager  of  the  Bank of B.N. A. has received from  Mrs. C. H. Drummond, of Stillwater, Nevada, a donation of $25  to be fdrwarded with the' Greenwood donation to the relief work  at Fernie. "Mrs. Drummond is  leaving Stillwater for Salt  Lake City for a time. Her many  friends in the Boundary will be  gJad to hear of her and of her  continued interest in Greenwood.  r Our 1908 Wall Papers are as  cheap as they are charming���  McRae Bros.  The lawn party on Tuesday  eyening, at the Church of the  Sacred Heart attracted a very  considerable crowd of people and  resulted altogether in a most enjoyable evening. In the afternoon and early evening, it was  the children's time and the grab  bag, and the numerous races for  boys and girls graded according  to age and size aroused lots of interest. Some very -fine prizes  were given. In the evening, the  lawn behind the house and between it and the church was filled with people who listened to an  extended and very excellent program of music contributed by the  orchestra, a chorus which sang  the "Marseillaise," Mrs. Oppenheimer, Miss Caldwell, Messrs.  McLaine. Curtis, Venables, and  by Etta Murray and Geo. Biner,  accompanied by Miss Hughes, vof  Spokane. The amount cleared  was $125.65.  r-'Rev.'Father Bedard wishes to  thank through The Times all  the people who so kindly helped-  t'o make the garden party so great  a success on Tuesday night..  Copper Seal Confections excel)  all others.    McRae Bros.  On Wednesday William Whyte,  second vice-president of the C.P,  R., accompanied by a party of  friends and by. Acting Superintendent Walker covered the Boundary branch of the railway coming as far as Greenwood. The  special conveying the party came  into the station just ahead ot the  regular for Nelson. The trip is  officially described in the usual  way as a trip of inspection.  Mr. White   has   just returned  from a trip up the North   Coast,  followed by a   visit   to   Seattle,  Victoria and Vancouver.    His return to Winnipeg has been looked  for with a great deal   of interest  in view of the strike of   the   mechanical employees,    Mr. White's  whole career being   described by  the   Toronto   Globe as '' one   of  conciliation and.peace.    He   perhaps understands the  West and  the company's Western employees  as no other man."  Dolls,. Doll Carts, Express  Waggons, Tovs, etc.,in stock the  year round at McRae Bros.  Gloria Dare and her Vaudeville  Show will be the attraction at  the Auditorium Friday and.Saturday nights of /this week. Miss  Dare comes to us highly recommended as an artist of ability.  The Vancouver World has the  following to say regarding her  work: "Miss Gloria Dare is the  feature ot the program. She possesses a voice that is streets  above vaudeville and shows evidences of good training. Miss  Dare also has a winning manner  that captivates an audience the  minute she appears on the stage,  while her face and figure must be  the envy of every soubrette on the  circuit." Popular prices, 25c and  50c. No extra charge for reserved seats.      .    *   ���  'f  mm  r  F&  ffifif/'W  ! K2 ]  m��&  P'-*W*I  ZAM-BUK kills insect poison and  stops tnt pain of the sting, Heals  cuts and bruises, sore aching feet, '  chafing sores, prevents festering,  cures,blood' poison. Is a skin food,  and covers ulcers, abscesses, etc.,  wit!ina*v healthy skin. Doctors  recommend it for Eczema.  Mrs. Angus, of FeDelon Falls, says:-.-" I  > have been keeping house tor 40 years, and  never found anything to equal Zam-Buk.  As a household balm and salve it is wonderful. �� .  Th^ia^  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District*    District  of Vale.  Your tailor may make {rood  :'���������'     i   bis  clothes, but '       i  He can't help it���he  merely  follows tne'ieausiH ujr'i.iieifti'gc--  clothing- makers and.of course,  is a season behin'd the styles,  We can make your clothes to  .'���   measure and yet give them:all .���;  -the latest touches of Style and  Finish. v  trie reason ia, that   by.  our .  system, the men who originate  the styles,tnake our customers'  clothes.  The  cost  o'f a suit,, specially  made, runs from $14  to $20."  Come in and let us tell ybu about the  Special Order Service and show you our ranpre of suni'mer suitings.  '. THE HUNTER-KENDRICK  CO,, LMTfiD  )'*____Sa__S___Sa__--l_^-B  is, now under the Management .of Rondeau and Dupoat-i  Meals are served at all hours of the day aad night.  If you want a good meal, well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided try the Pacific.   By attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant.  ;$���$"��*"'$���4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4�� 4�� 4* 4* ^4*4*'$*'$* 4^**$,4,'l''  * .   ���������;��� ������.-������������  Tor Sale  4-Roomed   Cottage  on  50 foot Lot. ��� Close in  | Bealey Investment^.^Tjfist/Cp..^ -Ltfli  OPPOSITE /EHE POST OFFICE.  4r  4  4;  t*au��**n#��*a*a*a��**��*a*aaaBBa*a��aa**a��+**au*9'aaaaa��#a  *���  a.  i P. BURNS & ���0,, Ltd. i  a -'.-' ������".���..;���-.������**.���   i ��� >������.�����  a  ��  a  a  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  a  ��  *  ��  ��  ��-  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��  ..DEALERS IN ..  Tresb and Cured Uteats  Fi$b and Poultry/  ��  ��  ��  ��������  . ���  ��������  .��.  ������  -*.  . ���  ���  ���  - ���  ��  ��  �����  ��<>��n������fl����a<ii>w��������sa����ana��a*>ft��A^w��a��������a��*������0tt��*t  "T^AKE   NOTICE  that   I James Bird Mau-  1   ross, of Greenwood, B.C., occupation Free  Miner, intend   to apply ior permission to pur:  chase the following- described land:  Commencing- at a post planted about 300 feet  West of the North-East Corner of Lot 710  thence east 900 feet thence north l,200feet thence  east 1,500 thence north 600 feet thence, west 1,900  feet thence 8outh-w��st 500 feet to point of commencement.  JAMES BIRD MANROSS.  Dated the 16th day of July. 1908.  AUDITORIUM   = ��� TWO NIGHTS  Friday & Saturday, August 14th & 15th  GLORIA DARE'S  _��_ft__m_B_HB_B_____H__BTaTa_ft_ft_,aTaTa__^  Big Vaudeville Show.  The Musical Treat of the Season.  Gloria Dare is the Best Singing Commediemie  ever seen at the Grand.���Vancouver World.  Prices f - 25 and   50 Cents,   Reserved   Seats    at  Logan's Jewelery  Store.    -    No IQxtra Charge. .  Come and See a Real Show.  K^-r^-v?_J^r^?9_5s^5^^ws^^-^5_H_j-  Get Wise  -AND.  i  I  i  &  i  DRINK PHOENIX BEER!  THE "PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA." \\  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  j>  | Phoenix Brewery Co., &��&*%, |  NELSON IRON WORKS  ,    ,- (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Holt, Mariaj��er. '���_._.. Craufurd, Lessee  Moore's  Is in the Windsor Hotel.  The business of providing  things good to eat is our  business. . Meals are well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,

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