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 (-&  -bv  WVL. 14  GREENWOOD;  B. C,   FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1910.  No. 34  CF* STORK  GREENWOOD, B. C.  *-   . .  . i  The time to buy goods of all kinds is when the  - ��� stock is fresh.    See our new  LAWN WAISTS,  LADIES' HATS,  CORSETS, GINGHAMS,  SHOES, SUITINGS,  LAWNS, ETC.  1  ri)  GREENWOOD  UTY COUNCIL  Greeiiwoou'fe Big Mnitiire Store  During April we will give  ^  FOR CASH OFF  ALL  Carpet Squares  In stock.  A large variety in Velvet, Brussels,  Tapestry and All-Wool Ingrains.  ^GENUINE BARGAINS  in the Furniture Line.  A regular meeting of the City  Council was held on Monday eve-  nig;, Mayor Mcintosh and all the  aldermen being present.  The minutes of the previous meeting were read and passed.  A letter from E. W. Bishop, re  water system- was ordered filed.  A letter from the C. P. R., re  water rate, offering a flat rate of $450  per year for 20,000 gallons per day,  was read.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Sutherland, that  the council is still of the opinion that  $600 per annum*istreasonable rate  for 20,000 gallons per day, and that  the letter be received and filed. Carried.. :.    {.���:'���'��� '.���.���"_".  The finance committee reported  the accounts of the B. G. Gazette,  $5, and Crane Co.,. $4.65,   correct.  M.oved by Alderman Sutherland,  seconded by Alderman Buckless, that  the report be received and accounts  be paid.    Carried.  Fire, water and light, reportedvre-  pairs: to several' breaks in the; water  main. ",--':: "���'.- ;':. '���"'������-     ,:���';  v A special committee'^on B.C. hotel  repairs, recommended "that the building be shored up on the inside at the  south end, and that the dirt be removed from the north end. Mr.  McKenzie being present, estimated  that the cost for his part of the work  would be $40 or ��50.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Buckless, that  the committee on the B. C. hotel be  instructed to make the repairs they  think necessary.    Carried.  On motion, the council adjourned.  TEN YEARS AGO  HALLEY'S COMET  NOW VISIBLE  MIDWAY COAL  LOOKING WELL  ���a i  .Halley's comet is now plainly visit* Work at the coal property of the  ble from the summit of Mount Wil ��� Boundary Mining and Exploration  son, Cal. Prof. Adams, who ha; Company, west of Midway, is stead-  charge of marking the observation ' ily progressing. The tunnel, now  said recently that the spectrum showejt [ some thirty-five feet beyond  the  first  seam encountered,   has cut a body of  ^oiiiBowiJitortf-Cre'sk Times of April ?>, X900)  the comet to be surrounded by cyan ���  ogen gas, which is a combination o  carbon and nitrogen. The tail  composed of hydro carbon gas, a  mixture of carbon and hydrogen Ifi  some parts, one gas will prevail,whil^  in btherrthe other is predominant.    I  Extensive preparations are being  made on Mount .Wilson for observr  ing the electrification of the eastern  atmosphere on May 18, when the  comet wi|l cross thc sun, and tha  earth will pass through the tail of tKd  wanderer.  It is belived that the electrificatiwf  of the earth's-atmosphere, will be dii  turbed, but how much or in what wa^i  is not known. ' On the eve of M'ayl  17, and also on the eve of May Vfo  according to Mount Wilson scientists,  there will probably be a wonderfulr  display of shooting stars. This wjtH!  occur just before the  the sun on May 18 and just after,  that; date it will be impossible to sef  the comet from Mount Wilson, but?&  will be visible in the middle of the  Pacific ocean. After May 19 the  comet will be faintly visible in the1  evening for a few days and thenlt[  will pass out of sight for another 75  years  comet crosses  -te:  A TESTltojMn J  Hon.   W.   8.  Tuesday evening  presented withy!  investment of^  his behalf' hi  Membera of <tj  tnonsuand sc  sandstone, full of coal blossom, and  is: now entering black shale. The  shale is supposed to be the roof of  the second seam and that seam should  be cut in the near" future.  It is proposed to begin the erection  of coal bunkers at once, and some  necessary buildings are also contemplated. It is possible ^that in connection with continuing the crosscutting  ���some development work may be done  on the first seam. Coal from this  seam sent to the Granby for assry  showedTcarbon, 73.2; volatile matter,  6.1; ash; 9 1? water, 1.6.  As a result of this, successful issue  of the work on the company's property many coal areas have been staked  in the:vicinity of Midway for license.  It is now generally believed that the  entire country for some miles is underlaid with coal measures, and apparently the coal is second to none in  the province. The citizens of Midway are already replacing their wood  stoves for those in which they can  burn the local product.  BECOMING ALARMED  THE TROUBLE  IN CHINA  Late advices state that all foreigners  in Chang.Sha are ..safe on foreign  cruisers, but that more rioting is kept  up in the disturbed districts. The  suppression of the trouble by the  Chinese government has proved much  more difficult than it was at' first anticipated. The U. S. cruiser Cleveland remains at Hankow in case of  einertrencv, in company with the English cruisers.'  A number of the leaders of the  Chang Sha uprising were executed  recently by order of the Chinese Admiral Sah.  The principal cause of the uprising  is attributed to resentment on the part  of the Chinese to the. exploitation of  resources by foreigners, and not, as  before, owing to the Boxer element.  It is feared that the riots will  spread.  HURT IN SAW MILL  THE STRIKE  The result of the referendum  vote by the Greenwood Miners'  union was 81 to 8f>, thus defeating the proposition to return to  work. A large nuinbor of lhe  men have left for other caiu;>s,  noticeably Republic, Wa**lj., where  mining- matters appear to be very  healthy. In the meantime no  time is being lost at lhe B. C.  Copper Co.'s smelter, where they  are having a thorough house  cleaning preparatory to lesuming  operations at an early date.  A DENIAL  m  b.Pl  Get the Gopher  Gopher Death will rid your farm  or garden of gophers and ground  squirrels. It is put up in boxes  each holding 1,400 tablets, and each  tablet means a dead gopher. The  tablets are sweetened and flavored  and the gophers   hunt   for them.  $1.25 Per Can.    By Mail, $1.45  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STOFE OF QUALITY,  Smith Curtis and James Dunsmuir pitted against each other  politically.  The interment of Mrs. Lennan  took place last Sunday afternoon,  Rev. Father  Palmer   officiating.  , Paul Johnston's residence is in  the hands of the painters. He is  expected back from Spokane this  afternoon.  The building of British Columbia Copper Co's smelter  started, with a capital-staff of  managers and officers. There is  great rejoicing in Greenwood.  Married���At Middletown, on  the 11th inst., Duncan Mcintosh  of the Winnipeg Mining Co:, and  Miss Irene Stewart, by the Rev.  A. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs.  Mcintosh are expected in Greenwood this week.  ions for a tei  ister, in recog��t$on-of  service as a menir^-i* of pari  and minister ojfv finance,  respone to the call of the  mittee was most satisfactory 'aadl  was not limited by party afftlb.-;  tion. .Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who}  was present at the presentation/  expressed his delight with the  honor paid his hard working colleague.  ST. ELMO  ENORMOUS LOSSES  r  -*  y  P. BURfiS&CO.  ���I  Wholesale and Retail Dealers' in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  U.  i  ��e  The blizzard that raged on  April 23rd. Estimated to have  caused damage of $30,000,00 in  the middle western states and the  total destruction of the fruit crop."  Further snow and frost is predicted by weather forecasters.  Experts estimate the losses in  the ten states as follows: Illinois,  six million; Iowa, ten million;  Indiana, two million;-Michigan,  four million; Wisconsin, one million ; Kentucky, one million; Kansas, one million; Missouri, two  million; Ohio, five hundred  thousand; Nebraska, one million  five hundred thousand.  On the lakes the storm caused  much damage, but details are  not yet at hand. The blizzard  effectually blocked all lake traffic  while it lasted.  The preformance of St. Elmo  last Thursday, at Greenwood  Auditorium, was a most pro  nounced success. In spite of  there been a strike declared, the  opera house was well filled!.  The caste was a particularly  strong one. St. Elmo is a Be  lasco attraction, which spea!  for itelf. The work of Edgar  Sinclair, Bellew Baldwin, Ralp'  Bell and Chas. E, GLunn was e;  ceptional brilliant. The ladi  of the company were all stell  attractions, the acting of Misj  Gerda Nelson as Edna Earl calle I  called for repeated applaus��.  Greenwood has seen few finer pri r  ductions  . We are told that Washington is  getting alarmed over the emigration of United States farmers to  v i  ahada, and the authorities are  ^ dering how to stop theex-  ;������� We are of the opinion that  pwuld be a difficult matter for  ftcle Sam to form a plan that  4 prevent a United  States  ~ '{from, selling, his  acres  line for thousands  *J**-*-mg.&r'rL     .  tec  Tdtlar!  Cited States had better  le^s to prevent the multi-  lonaire -trusts from making  ney by fleecing the people be-  fre trying to prevent her farmers from becoming wealthy by  moving tc the Canadian prairies  jQnr neighbor was not a bit worried when thousands of Canadians  were annually crossing the border  to live on the other side. Jt is  estimated that there are two million Canadians and their descendants in the States.  PASSED AWAY  -��� John Leith, a native of Woodstock, N... B.. was badly injured  last Monday, while working at  the sawmill of Steeves & Co., on  the West Fork, by coming in contact with the rotary. He is now  in Greenwood under the doctor's  care. Jack was the lucky finder  of a gold pocket in the Cariboo  district, a few vears ago, which  netted him $2,800,  BADEN-POWELL   SGOUTS  Drop in to the Barricks and  see the Boy Scout go through  their evolutions. Flag or arm  drill also instructions given in  the knowledge of first aid to the  wounded etc. A visit will prove  most interesting, and give interest, and vour presence most pleasing to Scoutmaster Hargreaves..  Refutation nf the reports in  the coast papers of Phoenix and  also Granby miners striking in  svmpathy with the Greenwood  miners, is now in order. Reports irom both these camps are  to the effect that with them, all  is going along amicably and that  there is no truth in the reports  sent out. It is toe bad, and very  annoying to those concerned, tlie  publication of false reports. Tt  ts certainly regrettable enough  when a fact, but more so, when  there is nothing in it.  DISSATISFIED  Copies of all papers in refer,  ence to the granting of the minimum tariff rate to various foreign countries was called for by  a resolution acted upon by the  house committee on ways and  means in Washington recently.  It was introduced by Representative Underwood, of Alabama.  Mr. Underwood .contends that  these papers ^llpahow that Can-  4-M  SHOTGUN CLUB  The following is the score ot  the initial Meet of the Greenwood Shotgun club last  Sunday:  Shot at Broke  A. Logan ....25 21  J.L.White    25 19  A. J. Logan    25 19  R.J.Sanders..    25 17  A.J.Morrison    25 18.  A.W.Davis    25 20  PUBLICATIONS   RECEIVE)  a  The following publicatioi a  have been received at this office:  Tbe British Columbia Buildirjg  News, published at Vancouvej,  B. C, $2 per year.  The   National    Builder,   pttf��:  lished at Chicago.    Price,  $2  year.  The Home Journal, published  at Toronto.    Price, $1 per yey.  The above publications are  great value to architects, bui  ers, etc.    Copies can be seen  the office of the Boundary Cr<  Titnes.  HOOK WORM MALADY  The government  Columbia, on payment qi^fe*^; &  has received from the Dominion  government 208 acres of mineral  land in the railway belt, comprising the Flora Bell, Morning Star,  Eureka anb Eastern Star mineral  claims, in Revelstoke mining division,  ..������. -^��.^.,. m..^^,-���-^�����^- - -S in return^?  Mlmlm^mi^J. T. Beattie will not receive again this season.  There passed away at 834 Pandora avenue, Victoria, in the person of James Boyd, one of the  old time pioneers of this province.  Deceased was a carpenter by  trade but has been living a retired life for many years. He  was born in Dublin, Ireland, and  had reached the advanced age of  80 years.  Mr. Boyd came to this province  in 1860, being attracted here by  the Cariboo gold. He went to  that district and was successful  in accumulating a competency.  After spending several years in  the Cariboo he came to Victoria,  where he has resided ever since.  He was well known throughout  this city. He was unmarried and  had no relatives in British Columbia.  SELLS HOTEL  A woman is like   an  army,  she has no reserve she is lost.  if   '��� ,''  This very peculiar disease has  made its appearance in our town,  but the case is an isolated one,  and although of a painful and  disagreeable nature, is not contagious. The patient is doing  well and indicates no serious results.  The Hotel Colin, Grand Forks.  has been sold for $13,000 by P.  D. McDonald to Gus Eastman and  Charles Peterson, two well-known  hotel men. The new owners take  immediate posession. Mr. McDonald intends to take a vacation  trip to Honolulu. On his return  from that place he will make his  home in Victoria.  Mr. J. Duthie, of the Bank of  Commerce is confined to his room  by tonsilitus.  One cubic foot of bituminous  coal weighs from 47 to SO pounds.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  UEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10.000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at current  rates.     Accounts   may be opened in the names of two or  more  persons and withdrawals made  by any  one-of them or by the survivor. j.24  J, T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  ������-���-- j~  **^*'V,"'><V*,*'V-''"V'**v*'**V***'\��>^^  I A Positive Guarantee  \ Given   with   every   length   of   Hose  } sold   by us,   either  "MOLDED,"  "KINK-NOT"  or "OOTTON."  We have a complete stock  in  both  )-i   and   "4-inch.  "Yes, we thought he would  reach the landing all right, but  he sank and was drowned almost  with in reach of it." "Strength  gave out, eh?" "No, he appeared to be strong enough, but  when he had almost reached  safety the six o'clock whistle  blew."  RRIOES   RIGHT.  The Hunter-Kendrick  Co.,  LIMITED  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  PHONE 9  !"��A^'>pW A^^W***W>fW*JW '  ,/**V'*-V��/**VJ*>wrf>->WW*"��\/>**\/  <*>v**\**4 THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK  TIMES  ^mmraYmwm^^  cf*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*\  <F*  CF*  CF*  e=<  CF*  Q=><!  CF*  CF*  e.  CF*  **��.  .<F*\  CF*  CF*  CF*  t-y1  o-=*<  ..Bank of Montreal..  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:    Lord Strathcoha add Mount Royal, G. C M. G.  President:    Sik Gkorgb A. DROMMONn.K.C M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager:    Sir E. S. Clouston, Bart  Branches in London, Eng. MtUV'cSSU New Yort, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  ivellers' Credits, available In any part{of the world.  SAVINQS BANK DEPARTMENT  interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  Tra  K=5  3  **--9  ���*��-*9  w��*  **2  ��*-**0  >*=9  *=D  >*=*S  x=9  *=5  *=S  *=0  **2  *=0  1836       THE BANK OF  1910  is abandoned to any considerable!intendent R. E, Morgan of the  extent, the other nations':-wiil'-j-GreatNorthern Tuesday even*  have to some extent to recast their j iug, accompanied from Grand  fiscal   systems.      It    was    John j Forks    by    Treasurer    G.    W.  British North America  74 Years In Business. Capital and Reserve Ower $7,000,000.,  Money Earning  Money  Small weekly or  monthly deposits  in a Sayings  Account   soon  count up���Interest compounded at highest  current rates.  Deposits of % 1.00 and upwards received  Greenwood Branch**v,<F. A. CHESTER, Manager.  Bright, we think, who said that  the real peril to British commerce  and industry would come wheq  the United Stafes adopted frefe  ttade, and while we do not supL  pose that we will witness that]  event, any material reduction in  the tariff of that country wil]'*|  have an exceedingly important  effect upon the policy of other  protectionist countries. For these)  reasons we look upon the election  referred to as one ol very great  interest. It may be the beginning of a movement that may become an economic revolution.     /  Wooster,   leaving  at   11   a.   m.  Wednesday by  special.���Phoenix  Pioneer.  Attempts werf* made on the  life of Baron Motono, en route  from St. Petersburg tp Japan by  Koreans who were foiled by the  Russian police set to guard the  ambassador.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barkistkr, Soucitok,  Notarv Ptbuc.  Cable Aililiess:       ���' Ham ktt."  I lSeilfi.rd  M'NfillS  Codes   '. Moreiutr jl Ns.iI'>  I Leil.uf's  G/tmENwdao. B. O.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Bakkistkk and Solicitor,  Rondo" I   Block,  Greenwood, B. O.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion-  and Provincial  Land Siikvhyok,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. O. liny; r7. Plume .12,  WILLIAM FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  H. W. PARMER & CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Kock Ckehk, B, C.  Ci#��fP���� BOUNDAHV   VALLEY   LODGE  " --sP/M-v*-" No. 38.1.0. O. F.  Meets every 'luesclay Evening at BOO In tbe  I. O. O. F. Hall. A cordial mvi tation Is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  KRED Ii. HOLMES, K. E.IIROWK,  N. (*.. V. G.  ALI'KRT LOGAN, Rec. Sec.  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every f riday  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pen Ybak    2 00  Six Months  1 25  To  FoNKION COUNTRIK8  2 50  <y  uiJioTTfjk/lLA  FRIDAY, APRIL 2'', 1910.  CLOUDY WEATHER  It is very regrettable, from economic as well as business points,  the frequent interruption of business by strikes and other unfortunate events consequent upon  the inability of those directly  the cause, failing tn arrive at an  amicable settlement. Trade relations at present times are so  demanding in their requirements  that any curtailment of the  means of progress is a very vital  matter both for the trader as well  as the laborer, the recipient as  well as the dispenser. It is most  unfortunate these set-backs occurring, but it is as natural as  anything. We have to take the  bitter with the sweet. We are  bnilt that way. This is a good  time for the merchant as well as  the householder, to think over  matters a bit. On his part to  try and push on. bv more and  judicious advertising, for it is  the time when such is more urgently     needed.     Advertise  every possible  way and  push for  all you are worth.  On the part of the householder  or purchaser,  make  it   a point to  give all tbe spare cash ynu  have  to your local  merchant.    Do  not  send away for goods that  cati be  had  at  home���be  lnyal to   your  town.    By helping him   out  you  are doing  yourself  a a turn, for  invariably   there comes a pinch,  or low water period with  us all,  and it is to the merchant we look  for the assistance to tide us over  Consequently, by all  pulling together, these breaks in  our commercial  existence   can   be much  ameliorated   or   much   less felt.  We trust the predictions  are true  that our present cloudy business  atmosphere will be soon replaced  MARK TWAIN  Not generous of praise himself  coals of fire have been heaped on  ���'  Lord   Kitchener's    head   in   th;  course of his*journey through thk  United   States.    Though   at  bis  own wish he is not being received  formally by distinguished people  along his line of march, lie is not  permitted to go ou his way without receiving  many proofs of the  admiration in which be is held by  American military   men  and the  deep   interest   that   tlie general  public   takes  in   bis  every  word  and   gesture.    Had be so desired,*  he might have had   some such reception as Col. Roosevelt is undergoing   in   Europe,    it is   worth  noting that whi'e Cnl.   Roosevelt  protests loudly that the attention  he attracts and the  rumpus he. is  creating arc repellant to him, his  hosts do not desist.    In a land of  hero worshippers, where military  genius   is   the   rarest    kind ��� of  genius, one of the greatest of all  generals passes . through quiet!  ���requests that he shall  be,!rs  ceived as a private citizen���a|  carries his point '   V  A prisoner convicted of second  degree murder at New York has  complained that the police extorted a false confession from  him by driving him to distraction  through hunger, thirst and want  of sleep.  The Board of Trade has taken  a stand in opposition to the City  Council's move in Victoria, to  close all saloons and hotel bars  at 11 p. m. The closing hour  now is midnight. Resturants  aud hotelkeepers protest that the  uew law would result in a great  loss of business.  TEDDY  The report that the Canadian  Pacific Railway will electrify the  Crow's Nest Pass line is revived  bv the incorporation of a company capitalized at a million dollars to develop power from the  Pend d'Oreille river at junction  with Salmon river.  By the time ex-President  Roosevelt gets through with the  round of hospitalities which he  is now suffering. He will either  have increased in bulk to such an  extent that it will require two  warships to convey him to the  land of the free, America. He  will, if he takes it all in. in the  blooming country of England,  feel that he has outclassed even  the British lion and maybe  would feel it a relief to face the  native of Africa for a pot shot  as a change-off from daily feasting and entertainment, those li:-  tie differences he has been up  against will be as a ftllup and  make present surroundings all  the more enjoyable. Teddy is a  lucky fellow to have so much  hospitality shown him.  A Clem Man  Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A man rc;ay  scrub himself a dozen' times a,day, and still be unclean. Good  health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It i.ieans  ��� clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood,-a clean liver, and  new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is slean in this way  will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think  clean, clear, healthy thoughts.  He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood  disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Blood diseases are found where there :s unclean blood.  Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs.   .  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides ctenn  nnd heaithy. It cleans tbe digestive organs, makes pure,  clean   blood, and clean, healthy flesh.     .  It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and  prostration.    It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs.  Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness. Dr.. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure it.    They never gripe.   Easy to take as candy.  Most cases of baldness are  due solely tp neglect; The hair  often becomes dry and dandruff  forms because the hair glands  do not supply enough natural oil. Nothing overcomes  this deficiency so effectively as  that delicately perfumed, re-  freshing hair pomade, Bearine.  Avoid baldness; apply Bearine  to your hair occasionally. All  druggists, 50 cts. a jar.  The passing of this universally  known, thoroughly good, natural  humorist, is not only a national  bereavement, but almost the world  over will respond with genuine  sympathetic feelings. The publication of "Innocents Abroad"  was a happy and very clever hit.  This was followed by a number  of others, very enjoyable, but not  up to the first-named work in its  originality. His death was a  happy one, for a frame actually  worn out, and it was rest that  was the boon most desired. He  was born in 1835. making him 75  years of age. He has occupied a  pedestal strictly his own in the  literary wold. It will be a long  time before we have another, a  thoroughly clever writer, who  was born with the humorous  characteristics, and not acquired.  Poor, old Mark! Many a happy  hour from his pen work was given  to us mortals.  EDITORIAL COMMENT  The Minneapolis Tribune wonders if one of tbe reasons why  the United States is losing so  much of her population to Canada may not be tbat the laws are  better here than there as is shown  by the absence of lynchings.  There may not be much in this,  as an inducement to migration to  Canada, but undoubtedly the manner in which bhe laws are administered in this country** serves to  make immigrants satisfied to live  here.  The whole world will watch  with keen interest the manner in  which the tariff question will be  dealt with by the people at the  congressional election to be held  this autumn. The protective policy of the United States was the  principal factor on. the spread of  in i protectionist principles, aud if it  D O. Lewis, a mining engineer and capitalist, left for the  north recently, where he will  take charge of the engineering  and construction work on the  Portland Canal railway. The  railway is one of the private enterprises of Mr. D. D. Mann, of  Canadian Northern fame, and  Avtil extenitlil^; miles from Stewart  to miningf properties contig-  ���;| aj^^ing transportation  pn 1 y for Mr.  but   for, those  Davk��2i  A thick adhesive ointment, combined with  Japanese Menthol and Vaseline, two of tbe  most wonderful healing drugs known.  It soothes, heals and tends to restore those  whosuffei from Piles, Earache, Rheumatism, Cballna. irritated aad other  akin troubles.  The word "Salve" literally means be well  or in good Health.   Try Davis' Menthol  Salve and you will be relieved.  All Dealers.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  Electric  current   supplied   for  *  *  *  * a   �����*f��^.^4>.^*^^4t4<4^j|^^t|^^^^^^^^^^  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 You Money  MINERAL ACT  fi"yi>.��.ia.I  Rossland paysits^ City?^udi<  $12.50 a month.   We all can ha'*��  autos at that income.  Joseph A. Chisholm, K.^.Civ  was re-elected mayor of Halifax,  N. S., by acclamation. ;  John Mclnnis formerly Socialist member for Grand Forks, has  settled in Fort George.  A Montreal man was arrested  at Boston for using a United  States mailbag for a valise.  m|��i|rlaj)i,s'Stomach and Liver  Iet$-k��siB#nsiipre in driving1 all im-  pari^iesO^toff^.tKe system, .insuring- a  free4 and regit jar condition and restoring the organsof the body to health  and strength. 'Sold by all druggists  and dealers.  A woman loves best when she  loves first; a man when he loves  last  To some people the goal doesn't  matter so long as they can keep  up the pace.  Mr. Balfour has altered his  tariff policy, abandoning a 11  thought of a tax on colonial  grain.  Wui. Balfour McDonald son ol  Senator W. J. McDonald has been  given command of H. M. D. G. S.  "Niobe."  The Prince of Wales has contributed 2,500 pounds sterling towards the Archbishop's Western  Canada fund.  WOMEN'S BEAUTY  It Can Never Be Perfect Without Luxuriant Hair.  A head of luxuriant hair is sure to  be attractive. But nature has not  crowned every woman with glorious  hair. Some very lovable women she  has treated rather scantily iu this re  spect.  For instance, Ihere are tens of thousands of women in Canada today who  have harsh, faded aud histerless hair,  who are unattractive simply because  they do uot know that nowadays even  the whims of nature can be overruled  by the genius of science.  If you are a woman without beautiful hair, do uot permit your attractions  to be hidden because of this slight  misfortune..  Go today to J. L. White and buy a  large bottle of Parisian Sage for 50  cetilsr use it each night,  and you will  L. A. Campbell, manager of  the West Kootenay Power &  Light company, was through the Notice the harsh, repulsive hair disap-  Boundary on a tour of inspection  last week.  joear, and  in its  place will  come soft,  ilky, bright ind luxuriant hair.  Parisian Sage is guaranteed by J. L.  Rome dispatches announce  un- White to cure daudruff* itchine of the  scalp,   and   stop   falling hair in  two  officially that  Mons.   Pignatelli, weeks, or money back  the papal nuncio at Vienna,   has      J^  ��. WHITE,   Druggist.  been    recalled    for    welcoming  Theodore Roosevelt.  This year's Canadian Bisely  team will have as commandant  Lt, Col. Edwards of St. John,  N. B., while Major J. E. Hutchinson, of Ottawa, will be adjutant.  J, P. Graves, vice-president  and general 'manager of the  Granby Consolidated Mining  Smelting and Power company,  was a visitor in camp on Wednesday.    He arrived with  Super-  tZ/^sXaW^g}  a  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS,addressed tothe Post  master General, will be received at Ot  'awa until noon, oti,Fridaj-, the 13th  May, for  ilie conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, ott a  proposed contract for /our years, six times per  week each wfty, between  Greenwood and V., V.  v E. Railway station at Midway, from the 1st  tuly next.  Printed notices containing further inforiua-  ion as to conditions of proposed contract may  be seen  and blank  forms of Tenders  may be  obtained at the I'ostoflioes of Greenwood, Ana-  conda. Boundary Falls and Midway-, and at the  "iliceof the Postoffice Inspector.  Postoffice Inspector's office,  Vancouver, B. C,  1st April, T9t0.  JOHN R. GREENFIELD,  34 Postoffice Insoector.  Certificate of Imsrovements.  NOTICE.  "Nightingale Fractional" Mineral Claim,situate In the Greeuwood Mluin-f Division of  Yale District. Where located: In Skylark  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Edmund T. Wickwire, Free Mineir.s Certificate No. B26386,  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 action under sec-  tiob cw.must be eomtaenced perorBTBe"ia9Tiauce'  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of April, A. 0.1910.  �� EDMUND T. WICKWIRE.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of improvements  NOTICE  " Sally," " Rob Roy,' " NodawayU' " Highland  Queen," "Hard Times," ''Tunnel Frac  tional," " Pueblo Fractional," "Duncan  Fractional," "Alice M. Fractional," "Sally  Fractional," "Castor Fractional," "Kid  Fractional," and "Excelsir Fractional'*  Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of YJle District. Where  located:   On Wallace Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for The Vancouver and Boundary Creek Developing aud Mining Company,  Limited Liability, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B14321, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claim.  And  further  take  notice  that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before thc   issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of February, A. D. 1910.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Buckingham Fractional" and "Ragnarock  Fractional " Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Divisiou of Yale District.    Where located:    In Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David A. Good,  Free Mluer's Certificate No. B26560, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And  further take notice that action, under  Section 3V,   must  be  commenced   befor*   the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of February, A. D. 1910.  D. A. GOOD.  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvents,  NOTICE.  " Eholt," " Tanglefoot " and " Sovereign Frac-  tioual" Mineral Claims, situate iu Greeuwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:   In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I,C. &. Shaw, agent  for Fred Moser, Free Miners' Certificate  No. B2M33. and John Zurfluh, Free Miners  Certificate No. U2o4S5, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to-apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  And  further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 7th dav of March. A. D. l'llO.  " C. 2��. SHAW, II. L. S. S.  OVER OS YEARS'  EXPEH.fNCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  ton Is probably patentable,  uonii  txlctly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  ���ent free. Oldest agency for aecuring patents.  Patenta taken tbrouKh Btunn & Co. receive  sprclalnotUe, without charge. In tha  Scientific Jlmertcam  A hamlJomely Illustrated weekly. Largert circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms for  Canada, t3.7S a year, postage propald. Sold by  all newsdealers.  MUNN&Co.88,Bre*h��"* New York  Branch Oflice. (35 F BU Washington, D. C.  Pacific Hotel  Grieg &. Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lig-hled;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  -V,...;���-  ���^���^ts*|t-|ls-|s��|s-|��-fs��|*  0<>0<>0��0<>0<*K>00000000<>00000<>  {  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in  all   kinds   of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber,  Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles,  Bricks,  Cement, Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,   - B.C.  DO^OOOOOO<k>000<>0<>*0<K>0<>0��00  r  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  Tfi  L-eavcs   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m.  with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  ik  Ji  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY available Tominioii Lauds wlthiu theL  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be|  homesteaded by any person who is the sole head  of a family, or any male over IS years of age  to the extent of one-quarter section of ICO acres j  more or less. .  Entry must be made personally at- the locqj  land oflice for the dlsrict in which the land Is  situate. Entry by proxy may, however,  made on certain conditions by the father,!  mother, sou, daughter, brother or sister, of auj  intending homesteader.  The homesteader-is required to preform thej  conditions connected there with under one ��Vff  the following plans; ������     ���ji.^Yy...  1) At least 6ix months' residence  upon-gfld<j|  cultivation of the land in each year for ;'"JJ  years.       '    ..  ' "pyt  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father!  ceased), olthe homesteader resides upona ... __  in the vicinity of the laud entered for, the rej  qhitvutvinrBs iuTesiaeiice"riiay"Tf��J>all��S*��^��^^,8li  such person residing with the father or mother.!  (3) If the settler has his permanent reslderjcel  pon farming laud owned by him In the vicl^ 1  ity of his homestead,'the requirements as to real  idence, may be satisfied by residence upon the!  said laud. ' .A;;]  Six months' notice in writing should begiVeai  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at .Ot/  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for a  period of twenty-one years at an annual rental  of Jl. per acre.   Not more than 2,560acres shall  be leased to one Individual or company.   A royal Ity at the rate of five cents per ton shall be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  - Deputy of the Minister of tbe Interior!  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad-i  vertlaement will not be paid for.  W^ &. >P* l2* w* <^* w* O. W* V* w^ w. *?* U^ V* V* V*  Copper  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contains-J  1,500 pages, with nearly SO per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with mine .descriptions'  and on statistics have been carefully  revised and the bulk of the - matter  therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering   Copper  History, Geology,.  Geography,   Chemistry,   Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,'  Refining, Brands, Grades,  Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terininology  Deposits by Districts, States.Cotmtries 1  and Continents, Mines in Petail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports,  Finances,   Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition;.,  about 50 per cent, more matter than  the Bible���though not necessarily a  better book because of its great bulk.  It is tilled with FACTS of vital importance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR ,  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  TERMS are most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent to you,  all carriage chatges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be retnrned if un*  satisf actorv, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see tbe book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A. THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ! MINES AND MINING!  )?**������������������#*�������������*���*>-**��**�����*  It is computed that the actual stock  f of marketable copper of all kinds on  *hand at all points in the United States  ��April 1, 1910, was  123,824,874, lbi.  Construction work on the aerial  tramway from Boundary  Falls to the  [No. -7 mine is being actively proceeded with, a large number of men  .being employed.        .  A one-stamp quartz mill.The Prospector's Friend, as it is rightly named,  ���ip an automatic-fed,  one-$��mp  mill,  manufactured at Los Angeles, Cat.  'It is intended to meet the want* of the  ordinary   prospector   or   miner   and  .weighs about  1,200  pounds.    It is  f highly spoken of by prospector*.  Promotion, properly carried on, is  a necessary and legitimate part of  I-mining- It is unfortunate, but true,  that mine promotion offers an un-  -usually attractive field for the swindler. A promoter must be optimistic  or he could not convince anyone of  the value of a property as an investment. Optimism is not dishonesty,  however. If a prospective investor  would exercise a little common sense  and use ordinary good business judgment in making an investment in a  mining company the number of victims taken in by dishonest promoters  would' be surprisingly reduced. It is  never safe to be off guard for a moment. AH extravagant stories should  be taken with the proverbial '' grain  bf salt." Highly colored word pic-  tures should be sufficient to make one  suspicious. Although famulously rich'  mines are possibilitie, they are so rare  that they are not commonly before  the public in search of financial support. We not long ago heard a pro-  -moter telling of a rich district (un-  jgfcnown to but one or two men),where  Writhe rocks were yellow with free gold,  and he had the samples with  him to  it been, he could have taken out gold  enough in one day with a pick to have  financed a good-sized company without the necessity of calling for outside  aid. No man of sound buisness sense  would be misled by such yarns. A  plausible Stor/ may be far from the  truth, so in any event the only safe  course is to make a thorough investigation before investing. As most investors are non-technical men they  should call into consultation some  reputable mining engineer, who, by  examining the property, will be able  to report its probable true worth, and  to advise on the course to be pursued in its development to a paying  mine. In addition to having a good  property it is equally important to have  on the board of directors men who  are not only competent to deal with  financial matters, but who have also a  knowledge of mining. An incompetent directorate can wreck a company  iii a short time by ill-directed effort.���  Mining World.  Your tongue is coated.  Your breath is foul.  Headaches come and go.  These symptoms show that yonr  stomach is the trouble. To remove the  cause ia the firBt thing, and Chamber.  Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wili  do that. Easy to take ancl n*ost c,rect"  ive.   Sold by all druggists and dealers.  ELECTION OUTLOOK  A SAFETY DEVICE  AT THE CHURCHES  Methodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct set vises in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. tn. Evening;.  7:30,       ^ I  Presbyterian���St.   Columba.   Ser-  'prove  it." . This  region  is not at  all what he represented  it to be; had  Rumors are current here that  the government intends to appeal  to the people this autumn Color  is given to these reports by the  fact that Sir Wilfrid Laurier has  decided to make a tour of the  west in July and August, accompanied by Mr. Graham aud possibly Mr. Fielding.  You need a stood salve in the house.  Davis' Menthol salve is the best. It  cures sunburn, mosquito and insect  bites and stings, piles, old sores, skin  diseases, etc.   25c. per tin.  When interest pulls against  honor, man usually trusts himself  to chance.  If your hair is thin, brittle or poorly  *ao��ri*��bedrap|>*^rrrBettrtlie--(*��ad��^tom.  The following from the report of  trie Department of Trade and Commerce, is interesting:  "The  chief  inspecting officer of  railways for the   board   of trade, and  r   , ��� n ���        ���     ���,-,���. ���,*������������   vices will be  conducted  morning and  one  of   his  colleagues,   exhaustively . 6  evening, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sun-  tested upon the Midland railway sid- day School 2.30 p. m. Rev. J. A.  ing an ingenious safety device.    The . Petrie,- minister. j  mechanism not only warns an engine  driver 800 yards before he reaches it  whether a  signal  is  at 'danger' or  ' clear,' but prints a record   on a tape  machine   on  the  cab,   showing how  each signal has stood during  the run.  "The   inspectors  first  ordered   a  signal to be set at    danger.'    Then,  leaning  from  the  engine   cab,  they  directed  the  driver' to  approach the  signal at a fast pace.    At  a  point far  enough away  from  the signal for a  train to have been pulled  up without  overrunning it, a small wheel, projecting from a lever below the engine,  touched a rod on the permanent way.  Immediately a red labelwiththe word  'danger'   upon   it,    appearing  in 'a  small brass  box before  the driver's  eyes, a small red lamp  above  flashed  out,   and   the  whistle of the engine  sounded.     The   label   showed,   the  lamp remained lighted, and the whistle continued to blow until the driver  touched   a   lever   and   released  the  mechanism.      Then   the   signalman  was ordered, 'give us " line clear".'  When  the   engine   approached   the  lowered signal a green  label  marked  'clear' came into view in the engine,  a green light showed, and an  electric  bell rang.    Then the box  in the cab  was opened,   and  the tape machine  examined.    To record the  condition  of the signal when it stood at 'danger,' two dots, side by side, has been  punctured in the tape. For the  'clear1    signal   the    instrument   had  pierced a single dot.  "It is one of the most ingenious  pieces of mechanism yet seen, and  should be tested under ordinary running conditions on a main line section.    It was pointed out by  experts  Canadian Bear Grease).  50c. a jar.  It saves hair.  IN THE  i  AND  TUNNEL  OOMPANY,  Catholic���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdant  fourth Sunday in each month. Holj1  mass at 10 a. ni.; vespers and benediction at, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I  pastor.  RAILWAY CONSTRUGTIOPJ  The program of the Kettle  Valley Railway company for  tbis summer is to build a ten  mile extention of new road up  the north fork of Kettle river  complete the work on the west  fork ten-mile stretch from Midway (where grading has already!  been done,) and build and additional ten miles further up the  valley, and, starting probably  from both ends build from* Merritt up the Coldwater," said W.  P. Tierney, head of the railway  contracting firm of Tierney &  Co.���Phoenix Pioneer.  THE NEW NAVY  The bill providing for  the creation of a new  Canadian navy,  which took six "weeks' talk to get  its second reading  in  the com.'  mOns, was put through the  committee  stage  in  the  house with  comparative ease under the polot-  age of Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier and  Sir Frederick Borden.   The members spent all day going over the  bill clause by  clause.    Criticism  from the Opposition benches was  comparatively mild and perfunctory,   centering   mainly   on  the  clause providing for  the  participation  Oi  mc  i-aQadian navv in  anv war in which  Great  Britain  may be engaged only on   authorization of the governor in council.  The Opposition  again took the  stand  tbat the navy  should be  placed automatically  at  the disposal of the admiralty  whenever  i��t)gl3nd declared   war.     There  could  be  no holding back,   -for  when  the   Empire   was   at war  Canada was at war, and Canada's  naval forces should be automatically at the disposal of the king.  Diarrhoea should be cured without  loss of time and by a medicine which,  like Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy, not only cures  promptly, but produces no unpleasant  aftei effects. It never fails, and is  pleasant and safe to take. Sold by all  druggists and dealers.  ���  THE WEDDING RING  RAILROAD ACTIVITY  of the Locomotive' Signal company  that the adoption of the device would  prevent accidents caused by .oversight, sudden loss of memory, or  drowsiness on the part of a driver,  would remove the element of danger  in fogs, and obviate the use of fog  signal men. It would also provide  infallible proof by means of the recording tape on whom the blame for  an accident rested ''  LIMITED.  25 Cents a Share  Capital Stock $125,000, Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each,  A  N0H-EERS0NAL  LIABILITY  Now running a tunnel (in 200 feet)  under valuable claims adjoining  Greenwood Townsite  on  Skylark Mountain*  In the Isle of Man the wedding  ring was formerly used as an instrument of Torture. Cyril Davenport in his book on ". Jewelry,"  remarks that there once existed a  custom in that island ''according  to"which an unmarried girl, wJjq  had been offended by a man could  bring him to trial and if he'  found guilty she ^ould  S'  It is reported that next fall the  C. P. R. will begin constructing  the. Arrowhead and Kootenay  railway to connect the main line  at Revelstoke with the Crow's  Nest road via the Lardeau. It is  stated that the work will be  rushed to completion in order to  have it available as soon as possible as an alternative route in  case the main line becomes  blocked by snow slides, as has  been the case this winter.  FELL ON THE STOVE.  ���#  Cure that Cough-  Prevent Another  There is a double  benefit  iu using  Mathieu's   Syrup  of  Tar   and   Cod  Liver  Oil.    It  cures, it fortifies; it  removes the immediate trouble, drives  awa}' the cough, soothes the irritated  surface,heals the inflamed membranes  and at the same time, owing to its  tonic properties,builds up the system  as a whole.  Its results are marvellous.  A  bottle   in   the   house  is   a   wise  precaution.  All dealers keep '  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  Of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  J. L. MATHIEU CO.. Props., SHERBROOKE, P.Q.  Distrainors to; Western Canada, Fuc.y Ercs. Larson U Co.. Vancouver. Edmonton. Winnipeg.  2-08  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  ���I Tar ft Cod Liver Oil  Large Bottle 3Se.  ���UTHIEU'S NERVINE POWBERS  ���*xof iSF��wden25c.  From all dealers  \ Do you want ��li. iEttgltHlf initial note |  ; paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your |  | letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  4r  Prices moderate |  V.=5H>*��*^.--*s-*>*3-*^^  THE  Baby Is Bfdly Burned.  sented with ,  ���.^-^       _     ^jla,,***,  With  a:  ring,  cut off his head, with  she might hang .him*, or  ring she might marry him.   liM  said tbat the latter punishment]  was that invariably inflicted." t  Prompt relief in all cases of throat  and lung- trouble if you use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant, to  take, soothing- and healing in effect.  Sold by all druggists and dealers.  CONDITION OF JEFFRIES  Bill Delaney, the man who is  given tbe credit of discovering  Jim Jeffries and making him  champion of the world, is still  croaking In New York about the  coming fight. The burden of his  tale is that Jeff is suffering from  "internal weakness"���whatever  that is���and cannot "come  back!" Jeffries takes Delaney's  talk easily aud with some amusement. .. He does not worry, or  even get mad at some of the  things Billy says about him.  The migration from the United  States to Canada worries our  neighbors; but it is a condition  that is easily explained, according  to the Mail and Empire. Land  in the United States is dear; land  in Canada is relatively cheap.  The man who can sell the farm  he got for a few dollars an acre  for $80, and can buy as good and  perhaps better land across the  border for from $�� to $10 an acre,  makes the deal that is open to  him, and comes out with a good  heap of money into the bargain.  It is an economic condition tha  is bringing about the che change  The young daughter of Mrs. T. S.  p-ougalL, 523 Flora avenue, Winnipeg,  uging dome of her doll's wash.  ���clothes rack, beside the stove,  fell,,and .her hand, being  v��fl4->*a7e  herself,  -   ..... .$  s^trSaiued  a  serious  her screams brought her  uickly to the spot,  sent to the druggist for the best  tiipiedy he had for burnt," she says,  "|nd he sent back a box of Zam-Buk.  Be said that there was nothing to equal  it. I applied this, and it soothed the  pain so quickly that the child laughed  through her tears. I bound up the  hand in Zam-Buk, and each day applied Zast Buk frequently and liberally  until the burn was quite cured.  " The little one was soon able to go  on with her play, and we had no  trouble with her during the time the  burn was being healed. I would recommend all mothers to keep Zam-Buk  handy for emergencies ot this kind."  All druggists and stores sell Zam-  Buk at fifty cents a box. Post free  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price,  and you are warned against harmful  imitations.  Convalescents from fevers and injuries that have kept them bed ridden  for some time and all people run-down  and below par generally, will find a  treatment with Ferrovim, the invigorating tonic, just the thing to put  them on their feel again in good shape.  Ferroyim is composed of fresh, lean  beef, Citrate of iron and pure old "Spanish Sherry Wine.    $1.00 per bottle.  BOY SCOUTS THANKS  OLA LOFSTAD,  President.  ������MiMlipilMli pifllll.llll.Jill  A. S. BLACK,  Secretary.  Mr. Haynes, tbe commissioner  and Mr, F. S. Airey, on behalf  of the Baden-Powell Boy Scouts,  of Vancouver, take this opportunity of thanking Mr. A. K. H.  McFarlane for granting the use  of his property afe Roberts creek,  Howe Sound, to the Baden-  Powell Boy Scouts for their  camping ground this summer.  Trading on a good name and deceit >  ing the public is what the imitators cF  the well-known "The D. & L." Menthol Plaster are doing. Don't befoolec >  Insist on the genuine, "The D, & L."  Little Girl���"Mother, that'j  such a nasty little boy; whenever  he passes me he makes a face.'  Mother���"Very rude of him. I  hope you don't do it back." Lii-  tle Girl���"Oh, dear, no! I simpl r  turn up my nose and treat hit t  with despisery."  Visitor���"I saw your husbatl  in the crowd down town toda i.  In fact, he was so close that I  could have touched him." Hostess���"That's strange. Athonie  he is so close that nobody c-*jh  touch him!"  Boundary  '"���^���t-Jr^wWiV*^^  times  -IS THE-  NOTICE la her��b*r given that, thirty days  altat data, I Intend to apply to tbe Hon.  Chisf Cewualstioaer of Lands for a license to  praapect fnr cost and patrolaam on the follow-  trie; described lasda, situate ia tha Simllkamsen  district: Commencing- atapaat at the south-  wsst corner of Lot 2,337, pre-emption, these*  west eighty chains, thane* north eighty chains,  tbence east eighty chains, thence south eighty  chBias to place of commencement and containing C4* acres.  Dated this 25th day of April, 1910.  J. H. EAST, Agent.  NOTICE Is hereby given, that thirty day*  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Camraisaioaer of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described Isnds, sitnate In the Similkanieea  district: Commencing-at a post st the south  vest corner of Lot 2.3J7, pre-emption, tlience  south forty chains, thence west on* hundred  dred and sixty chains, thence north forty  chains, thence east one hundred and tixly  chains to place of commencement, ami contain tne MO acres.  Dated this 25tu day of April, 1910.  J. M. EAST, Agent.  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF THE-  iiil  Die  NOTICE la heresy given, that thirty days  after date, I intend to apply to tbe Bun.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license tu  prospect for coal and petroleum an the following described lauds, situate In the Similkameen  district: Commencing at a post at tbe southwest ccrner of Lot 2,337, pre-emption, theace  east eighty chains, thenca north eighty chains,  thence vest eighty chains, thence sonth eigbty  chalns to place of commencement, and containing MO acres.  Dated this 25th dav of April, 1910.  J. H. EAST, Agent  In union there is sometimes divorce.  Every family, and especially thoie  who reside in the country, should te  provided at all times with a bottle; of  Chamberlain's Liniment. There in no  telling when it may be wanted in cdae  of an accident or emergency. ItUs  most excellent in all caaes of rheumatism, sprains and bruises. Sold by all  drug-gists and dealers. .1  He who would  please women  must be true to one woman.  NOTICE Is hereby given, that thirty days  afterdate, I intend toapply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal aad petroleum on the following described lands, situate in th* Similkameen  diatrict: Commencing at a post at tbe northwest corner of Lot 421, pre-emption, thenc*  west eighty chains, tbeuce south eighty chains,  theoce east eighty chains, thence north eighty  chains to place of cont :nenc*ment, and containing MO acres.  Datttl tbis 25*U day of April, 1��10.  J. H. EAST.  NOTICE is hereby given, tha*. thirty days  after date I intend toapply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on the follow  ing described lands.situate in the Similkameen  district:   Commencing at a post at the southeast corner  ef  Lot **637, pre-emption,  thence  south eighty chains, thence west eighty chains,  theace north eighty chains, thence esat etifhty  chains to place of commencement, and containing 640 acres  Dated tbis 2��th day of April, 1010.  j J.H. EAST, Agent.  Send for thc paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  BUY  -OF-  A. L. WHITE  AND-  Save Money  Wc lnm. the stock at the right prices.  oittlfl  A.L.WHITE  The Furniture and Stove Man  Greenwood, B. C.  TOWN TO TICS  Phone 16  ^jii!tin^^!nm?H!^mmHmfmmmmnmtmmmfnmf?!fes  1 REGINA WATCHES 1  Be sure and see  our window display of these  WATCHES this  week.  '���i if.  We carry a very  large stock to  choose from.  All we ask is to  come iu and get  our prices.  Your wittcli and j welry �� pairs will be safe in our hands.  E. Williams, of the No. 7 mine,  is at the Norden.  Pacific hotel is full of guests  up to the ridge pole.  Harry Hook left on Tuesday's  stage for Portland Canal,  John Barclay left on Thursday morning's stage for Spokane.  P. W. McLaine left on Monday for Nelson  and other points.1,  Mrs. Cuininius^and daughters  left on Monday for Bonniugtori  Falls. I  A. W. Davis, of Snowshoe  mine, intends rushing matters onjl  No. 7. /  J. R. Jackson, M. P.   P,,   fron:  Midway, had a hand shake cotn-  I ing to him from him friends.  The Ladie's of St. Jude's Guiic  1 will meet   at   the   residence   o  Mrs. Bunting on Tuesday next  Alex Robinson of the Kettle  Valley Lumber Co., of Grond  Forks, was a caller at this office  on Monday.  Tbe Ladie's Aid of the Presbyterian church will meet at tM-  residence of Mrs, Malcolm on  Tuesday next.  The Midway stage line required  three rigs to carry its passengers  on Thursday to Midway to connect wilh train.  Work on the Greenwood-Phoenix   tunnel   is  progressing   very  c'-ited person and really not responsible, He was let go ou a  suspended sentence and to leave  Greenwood within 24 hours.  Last' Sunday   services   at   St.  Jude's church, was largely of the  character ��� of   a   rector    bidding  adieu  to. his flock.    Consequent  upon   the   departure   of  Rector  Venables  for  his new sphere of  duties in the vicinity of Quebec.  JHts   statement   of   Stewardship,  lind.the  church's  present standing, from a membership as well  i us financial point was most satisfactory.    We shall certainly miss  the genial rector not only  in  his  clerically capacity,   but  socially  dso.   His ministration of affairs  lias been most successful in building up St. Jude's church, and we  bespeak for him a warm welcome  in   his  new  field of  labor.    He  left   last   Monday.    It    is   not  known yet who his successor will  be.  BOATS TO FORT GEORGE  The Fort George Navagation  ind the; British Columbia Express companies will operate six  boats on.:the Fraser river this  season in anticipation of the expected development. These boats  will operate between Soda Creek  and Fort George, while automobiles will run between Soda  Creek arid Ashcroft.���Phoenix  Pioneer..  If there's nothing new under  the sun some men would like to  know what those millinery bills  are for.  ogan $ ��o*  i   matchmakers and Jewelers  ^aauiuaiaiiua.a.iahaiUuaiaiiiUU.iuUiU.UiUUi.UaUi^  if-  g*  BUY YOUR MILK   '��� FROM THE :   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED  MILK  A SPECIALTY  Fred   Jenks,   Prop'r.  Green wood Phoenix Stage Line  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  A  A  A.  A  "*  *  A  *.  A  "A  jr.  A  V.  rA  A  FIRST RATE CAFE  AT THE  WINDSOR HOTEL  greenwood, b. o.  Open Day and Night  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager  OLD FAVORITES  . Cool and refreshing Ice Cream and  and ice cold Buttermilk served to the  public at National Hotel, starting this  Friday evening, April 29.  FOR RFNT���A 2-room house, neat  and nicely furnished, suitable for  batching, located side of J.. H. McNeil's residence. Other furuislicd  houses for rent. See the Furniture  and Stoye rtian, A. L- White.  Everyone in Greenwood will be  delighted to hear that the Juvenile  Bostonians are once more coming  back after a long absence. The  thought of once more hearing "these  sweet-voiced girls sing brings a thrill  of anticipation T to all lovers of the  theater, while the mere mention of  Babe Mason's name brings a smile to  the face of the most crabbed; The  management have spared no expense  in putting out the company this season  and the attraction will be better than  ever, but as an old theater goer was  heard to say when he learned that  satisfactorily, averaging 6 feet of i they were coming back: "If the  boring each d��3r. 'young ladies are as good  this time as  they have always been before they  ire good enough for anybody." After  a short tour of the  principal cities of  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.   Phone 16.  Ice Cream and ice cold Buttermilk.  Season of 1910 starts Friday evening  at Notional Hotel.  Just  A Large Consignment of  AND  AT  Riissell-Law Caulfield Co., Ltd,  s  GROCERIES,    CROCKERY,     HARDWARE,  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS.  .  Make your wants known  through a  want ad.   Three line ad. for 25c,  THE-  The waltham w-atch picked up j  on road to Jewel mine, is still at  the office of the   Boundary Creek  Times, unclaimed.  the West they will make a tour of the  | Orient.  R.   Grubb,   of   the   Hamilton !    The Juvenile Bostonians, with their  Powder Works, is renewing acquaintance with the many cus-  tumers of that concern.  The Argo reports all going  along smoothly and indication's  good, for the continuation of thp  work withoub interruption,  R.   H.   Stewart,   of  manager of the;'-Cap&d|!  rte|s?;-  feJP  operated on for��appel  W.   J.   Wells-,   the  pointed, C. P.  R.,  distric  anger agent,   with  headquarte|s|J;;  ���  at Nelson,   was  in   town   a  days.  G. W. Patterson, of Vancouver,'  has acquired 300 acres in-Midway  district, and who contemplates  putting in a irrigation plant at  once.  Jtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjitjtjm'jltjlljlljlt JIJtjtJIjIjIjIJIJIJIJIJtJIJIjBjIjI^  ** -!*Jtj*JtjtjXjtJltJitJtJtJtjljtJtjtjlt Jtjtjtjtjtjltjtjtjtjtjtjtjljtjtjsjl  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  Iti Wellington Camp.    The property  known  as The    Golden   Crown,    with  plant and eqttipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. COI.DWEI.L,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Advertise in THE TIMES  TENTS!    TENTS!  New shipment just received. See  the line. Tire O. I. C. store, A. L.  White, proprietor.  Make use of the want ad. column.  It will do the work for you at less cost  and be more effectual.  E. E. Gibson, of Grand Forks,  representing the West Kootenay  P. & L-. company is among the  guests on the register at the  Windsor.  The spring assizes will be attended to by Chief Justice Hunter for Nelson and Fernie,  Greenwood assizecancelled on_.ac-  count  of no cases on the docket,  I. M. Doyle, district manager  of P. Burns & Co., who lately returned from a three months trip  to Los Angeles, Cal., is taking a  look through the branches. His  looks indicates he has not suffered any from his trip.  Ernest Miller, M. P. P.. of  Grand Forks; came in on Wednesday train, his presence hen  coupled with that of J. R. Jackson, M. P. P.. looks ominous  May be only trying the Bound  ary Creek fishing.  Fred Knight of Grand Fork;  tbe irrepressible general hustler  for insurance as well as mining-  affairs was a visitor from Saturday till Monday morning returning to Grand Forks by Great  Northern from Midway.  A stabbing affray occured at  the smeiter last Friday. A  Swede partially intoxicated persisting encrossing a portion of  the grounds, which he was distinctly forbidden to do, upon being forcibly compelled to obey,  drew his knife upon the person  of Mr. Boak, but -was quickly disarmed. He was arrested, but  upon ferial,   it being  found  pretty faces, sweet voices and winning  ways are to be with us again for a limited engagement of one night on May  3rd. New songs, new quips, new  wardrobe, scenery and Babe Mason  at the head of the company. Miss  McClaire is still with the organization  will, be .heard to advantage in  the?latest musical hits of the  s^Billion is the name  musical-comedies  b,e;;a scream from beginning  .as;bine can imagine with Babe  as Berta, the German girl.  A WISE MOTHER  The old tradition in Europe  tbat princes must follow the military profession is not to apply  to the Danish royal family. It  Is settled that Prince Erik,  nephew,of the King of Denmark  and the King of Greece and the  Queen of England, shall be a  farmer. ,  He will go soon to Fionie, to  join a farmer's family, and there  learn to be an agriculturist.  This was the desire of the  Prince's mother, who died a few  months ago.     -  She also desired that her  younger son, Prince Viggo,  should be employed by the East  Asiatic company, a shipping firm  in which the Princess had a large  money interest.  Camping is one of the ways to  learn to get used to the discomforts of home.  "The beneficial effect of iron  apon tlie system weakened  through illness, overwork or  anemia, is well known. Ferrovim is a preparation which  supplies the valuable element  in the most efficient way, combining with it the nourishing  qualities of beef and the mild-  \y stimulative effect of sherry  wine. Ferrovim costs $1.00  a bottle at druggists.  "ih.  ^ENTHQL  PLASTER  that! I  ,. , , ���    .       .      %.   DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO.  the act was  done  by  an  intoxi- ���������^���-.^^j^****^*,*****..  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA, PLEURISY,  STITCHES, CRICKS.  NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM  Each 25c. In air-tight tin box;  yard rolls $1.00, can be cut to any  size.  Beware of worthless imitations.  Montreal.  Club Gig^r Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Phoenix and Midway Stage Office.  A gent for.-Reco Laundry, Phoenix.  L.  L.  MATTHEWS,  ���   PHONE A-45.  Palace Livery Stables  tin  i  How few of us there are, who have  not hidden away in some bureau or  closet, some almost forgotten, almost  faded picture-memories of dear, ones  who have passed to the Great Beyond.  Possibly, too, we have been fearfully  watching, as the years go round, the  steady but relentless fading that promises, ere long;, to make these dear treasures but a memory-indeed^ Whyt not  perpetua'te^fie^e'bfa^"^  while there is yet an' opportunity? A  few years hence even the faintest outlines may have vanished forever.  Modern methods and modern papers  will give you a lasting copy of such  pictures, and skillful work will preserve  to you the portraits that you have  almost despaired of and give them to  you in most cases even clearer and  more reminiscently than the faded  copies you now have.  Why not bring these old pictures to  nie? I at least will truthfully tell you  whether it is too late to save them.  J. H. JAMES,  City  Studio,  Deadwood Street.  GR&feNWQOD,  B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  The id  Turnouts in  ll  urn  Gountrr  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C.  BUCKLKSS  PROPRIETOR  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Black Jack," "55," "66," "11," " Caberfae  Fractional" and "Hit Me Fractional"  mineral claims, situate in the Green wood  Mining Division of Yale district. Where  located:   In Central Camp. ..  TAKE NOTICE That I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for The Consolidated Mining  and Smelting- company of Canada, Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B24042. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improve*  ments, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims. /  And fntther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issue-  ance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of April, A. I>. 1910.  42 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL- ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  " Morning Star " Mineral Claim, situate In tbe  Greeuwood- Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: A bant three ml lea  woh1 of the Arlington lakes.  TAKE NOTICE Thai I.E. G. Smith, Free  Miners' Certificate Nn. lJl-UOl, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to tbe  Mining Kecorder for a Certificate 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 issue-  anceof such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of March, A. D. 1910.  39 E. G. SMITH.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'Crescent No. 2" and "Norene Fractional"  Mineral Claims, situate iu the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located:   In Providence Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for Harry H. Shallenberger,  Free Miners' Certificate No. B26506, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for .Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, mast be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of March, A. D. 1910.  39 I. H. HALLETT.  COPPER STItEET. GREENWOOD  r  i  �����*>  -  s Rolled Oats  4-LB. PACKAGES 35G.  i  3 for One Dollar.  A Glass of Pabst Beer  1  $  I  I  9  \i  I  I  n  f  with your dinner will aid digestion and give zest to your appetite      " 'A \  X  M  i  ?!  'i\  .!  ft  1  1t(  let ns send you some  that your physician would endorse. It is perfectly pure,  bottled at the brewery and  thoroughly sterilized. It has  been properly aged and every  step in its making has been  marked with almost *' fin-  nicky " cleanliness. It's real  beer, not a chemical concoc-  ��� tion.  Greenwood E.quor go.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  *-^S*-iS-?����*i*-'J-?'?*^^  AREY0HJRY?  I  I  I  I  I  li  I  '.4��5a��SS^-*3*^^  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138* Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co.  BEER        BEER       BEER  I  1  i  ft  4  "i  ���U   ���-,;  SPRING WALLPAPERS  ELEGANT DESIGNS  Hundreds of Patterns to select from,    The cream of  Canada's Wallpaper manufacturers at prices  ranging from 20c to Si per double rolL  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, KODAK SUPPLIES

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