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 #  u  VOL. 1*  G-REENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24.   1909.  No. 16  15 Per Cent JEitt Sale fot Nat Two Weeks .yy ..  For cash on all Dry Goods/and Furnishing:1 Goods.  AT THE  OLD BARCLAY STAND  GREENWOOD. B.C.  .Gotaee*ltrly while--he stock is complete. ..-  OHAS.F7STORK  a=ra  Grteiiwood's Big Furniture Store  ^  Useful Presents  the; Festive Season  Rockers,  Morris Chairs,  Mission Chairs,  Bugs and Mats,  Pictures.  No trouble to  show goods.  EvcrytMng iti the Furniture Line.  t.M.  &  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  >fc  Bappy Christmas  Co JW-' . "  With best wHhc�� from tbe B. e. Cimes.  Handel-pl) Stuart, Editor,  6d Rowland. Printer. Willie *tnitl>, Devil.  PRESENTATION  TO H. F. STOW  BIG SHOWING  ON TIP TOP  ^  Atomizers* Perfumes, Military  Brushes, Jewel Cases, Glove  Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes,  Purses, Manicure Cases, Cigar  and Cigarette Cases, Giiiette and  Ever Ready Razors, Fine Writ-  ing Paper, Guitars, Mandolins,  Violins, Etc*     X J 2��     X'  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE* OF QUALITY,  The upper shaft on the; Tip  Top claim, on Skylark: hill, close  to Green wood, is 35 Feet deep; aftd-  m good ore from the. surface to  the drift being run at the bottom,  which is also in good ore. showing a ledge bf copper carrying  gold values as well; over 16 feet  wide.  This property was located in  1894, the former owners doing  sufficient development to obtain a  crown grant. Last vear the claim  was sold to a syndicate, headed  by H. Y. Fuller, of the Bay mine,  ah adjoining property, who sank  a shaft 165 feet deep, near the  copper shaft, on a quartz ledge  running $42 . in gold. The Tip  Top is how an incorporated company, under the laws of British  Columbia,; and the company has  given, a .bond on half of the company's stock to the Consolidated  Gold Mines'company; of Seattle,  who are developing the copper  showing and will install a 10  H. P. electric hoist on "the lower  shaft and sink, another. 100 feet  on the rich gold lead. The Crescent Fraction hoist will be moved  at once, and work started on this,  fine showing immediately, under  the direction of M. Bam ford, one  ot the directors, of the Consolidated Gold Mines Co., who arrived, this week. Besides the two  shafts mentioned, a tunnel has  been started to strike the copper  ledge at depth. This ledge carries 20 per cent sulphur and is a  most desirable fluxing ore. A  carload is now awaiting treatment at the B. C. .Copper company's smelter.  ���    i *****���.   " i      i i i   ���  ��� i  $9,000 DAMAGES  RESUME WORK  ;    ON BAY MINE  H. V; Fuller, owner of, the Bay  mine, will recotnmencewprk with  five men on the 115-foot shaft  January. 1st. The Bay ore is  high grade, with free gold scattered through the quartz. This  mine is almost within the city  limits and has had considerable  development done in the past.  Mr. Fuller deserves credit for his  energetic development bf mining  properties adjacent.to Greenwood.'  TEN YEARS A0O  (Prom Boundary Creek Times oi Dec. 23, 18W.)  The Greenwood Electric Light  steam plant is almost completed.  Eleven journeymen tailors of  this city have organized a Tailor's Union.  Charles Peterson was injured  by falling reck at the.'IctJaoclast  mine today.  The last payment was made on  the Review mine bond today. A  sum of $17,000.  The No. .7 mining Co., has  been registered-as anextrapro-  vincial Co., with F. W. Keffer as  agent.   .  Capt. Chesterton of Greenwood  Hocky club has been" elected to  the executive committee of the  B. C, Amatuer Hockey league.  KING LEOPOLD  On Saturday evening last the members of the Greenwood club met in  all their strength to present H. F"  Stow, a former club secretary, and  for many years a member of the staff  of the Bank of B. N. A. here, with  a parting; gift, in token of the esteem  in which he is held by his fellow  club members and the business men  of Greenwood, for his good fellowship and businesslike encouragement  of everything local, for the past  eleven years. In making the prer  sentation James S. Birnie expressed  the general regret of all at thc departure of Mr. Stow, who had become a landmark of Greenwood, and  hoped that the future would bring  much happiness to Mr. and Mrs.  H. F. Stow in their new home-in  Rossland.  In his response, Mr. Stow stated  that he had lived longer in Greenwood than in any other town in his  life, and always considered it home;  that he regretted breaking the old ties  but hoped- that all his friends would  call and see him in Rossland and renew the old comradeship.  The after-presentation speeches of  many of the club members are not  recorded, but one and all had a good  time and many a cheer raised the roof  for the departing bank manager and  his wife. The presentation took the  form of a silver teapot, sugar basin  and cream jug, and a tray of cut  glasses.  During the past week Mr. and  Mrs. Stow were the recipients of several beautiful gifts, and a crowd of  friends gathered on Monday to speed  them on their way.  GENERAL NOTES  HARD LINES  1       ON DR. COOK  The University of Copenhagen has  found that Dr. Cook's papers fail to  prove his claim that* he reached the  North pole. . After .years of exploration, after hardships and privations in  the farthest north, Dr. Cook is, repudiated by .most of the authorities on  Northern exploration, such as Nan-  sen, and even if the doctor did not  actually,, stand ou^ the coveted spot  where,all roads lead to the South, it  is hard lines to have almost the whole  world turn against him with the exception of a few faithful friends. Had  he claimed to have gone within any  reasonable distance of the pole no  one would have doubted him, except  Peary, who cannot believe anything  good of the doctor, but he claimed  no less than the pole itself. The  world stands aghast ar the doctor's  delusion and its discovery.  1     COAST NEWS  THE LAST WEEK  OF 1909  With- one week rn ire of the.  closing year to ran it is interesting to remember what 1909 has  d'M** f.ir Gre����nwoof|, VVe have  seen the G~eenwn��/|.Phoenix tunnel s'arted and work resinned  there af'er wme tn mths delay.  The Argo tunnel has eitabliphed  itself. The smelter has reduced  miny thousand tons of ore to  marketable copper a��d gold. A  gcnpral wave of prniperity has  swept the district. The Midway  Ci��al cmnpanv has arrived. What  will 1910 hrina- n*.?  OF GENERAL INTEREST  " C.   H.   Topp,  city engineer of  Victoria, hns resigned  Two armed masked men held tip  William Lough in Vancouver last  week.  The Royal Vancouver Yacht  club building was destroyed by  fire on December 20. The Alexander cup was saved in thc nick  of time.  An eight-oared shell���the first  of that type of racing boats in  western Canada���will be seen  darting aronnd the inlets propelled by a husky picked crew  from the Vancouver rowing club,  before the end of Next May.  CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES  Fnrt Neloon, and not Fort  Churchill, is to be the terminus  of the Hurls in Bay Railway.  The Kincade family, which figured in a sensational murd<*r case  at Hamilton. Oat., is moving to  Calgary,  ��  FOR A TENDER  Pork Chop  OR JUICY  Mutton Chops  GOTO  COPYRIGHT  P. BURNS & CO.  V  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  L.  Mr. Justice Martin has handed  down judgment in the case of  Dimrnick vs. the British Co'nro-  bia Copper Company, Limited,  heard at the Assizes held here in  May last, giving the plaintiff and  his wife damages which will total  in the neighborhood of.$9,000,  although the exact amount is not  certain at present. The. case attracted considerable attention at  the time by reason of the amount  of damages asked, some $14,500  in all, and because of the circumstances under which tbe action  was brought The action arose  from an accident which recurred  at Greenwood on August 17lh,  1908. The plaintiff-was residing  near the mine with his wife and  two children, employed as a cook.  A large boring was made in the  workings ol the defendants and  shots were put in, 22 of five to  nine sticks of dynamite each. No  precaution was taken except the  three customary whistles for  warning. The result in tbe Dimrnick home was the death of one  child and the injury for life of  Mrs. Dimrnick, an arm and both  legs being broken.  Exceptionally pretty Xmas gifts on  display atHunter-Kendrick'a big Hardware store.  .The newest designs in Jewelry  at  A. Logan A Co.'s,  King Leopold of Belgium died  last Friday after an operation.  The King was au old man being  horn in 1815. He was a son of  Leopold 1 and Queen Lonise, a  daughterof King Louis Philippe  of France. He married Marie.  Henrietta, a daughter of Archduke Joseph bf Austria in 1835.  The aged monarch came to the  throne in 1865. With the aid of  H. M. Stanley, the african  explorer, he became the ruler of  the Congo state. In recent years  Leopold was the subject of severe  criticism and condemnation in  connection with the conduct  of affairs in that territory, and  demands for reforms were made  by a number of European nations.  FOUNDER OF THE CONGO  Belgium ia mourning for King  Leopold. It's morning for the  Congo, too.  Denmark was the first to make  use of the postage stamp as a  weapon to fight tuberculosis in  1904.  During the course of next year  Prince" Edward of Wales is' to  have his first taste of service with  the fleet afloat.  On December 18, Grand Duke  Michael Nicholaivitch, grand  uncle of Emperor Nicholas, died  at Cannes, France,  The report that Herbert Gladstone, secretary of state for home  affairs, will be appointed governor general of United South  Africa has been officially confirmed.  The E P. U. tunnell is in 1,300  feet and the Argo tunnel 300  feet Mayor Bunting and Ola  Lofstad have arranged to shake  hands under the Skylark mountain, but the date is not fixed.  St. Jude's Church���Holy communion at 8 a. m. Full choral  service, with Christmas hymns  and sermon at 11 a. tn. "Sunday,  26th, no morning service. Carol  service at 7:30 p. m.  Santa Claus has abandoned his  reindeer and sleigh, and sold his  motor car, but he has invested ia  a monoplane, to deliver his goods  and land him safely close to the  chimney on the roof.  MINING NOTES  The Centre Star mine, Rossland, shipped 3,710 tons of ore  to Trail smelter last week.  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelter Co., of Canada have  acquired the Sullivan mine at  Kimberley.  NO. 7 CONCENTRATOR  Manager Biesel, of the Snowshoe mine, is busy perfecting -arrangements for the transfer of  the land purchased at Boundary  Falls for the proposed No 7 c<�� -  centrator to treat the No. 7 mine  ore.        The Boston and Monta-ia  nines of tbe Amalgamated Copper company, are idle again lie-  cause of * coal shortage resulting  from the coal blockage during  the switchmen's strike. Three  thousand men are in enfom d  idleness.  The Knights of Pythias loth  annual ball will tak* place December 31, in the old Masonic  ball.  A JAPANESE TRAGEDY  Now that King Leopold has  gone to his final account with his  maker, and the whole world has  stopped cursing him, for a while,  for his maladministration of the  Gongo and its reign of rubber  terror, it is interesting to note  that this vast terrisory was offered to England by H. M. Stanley,  the great explorer, and refused,  and that it was Stanley who  founded the Congo state. He  found a ready royal patron at  Brussels, who read in the story of  Stanley's vast undeveloped kingdom, an opportunity for self aggrandizement and fortune, which  be made good use of.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co. will have  a supply of " HOLLY" and "MISTLETOE" which they intend tog We  away to their customers.  Why not take it easy by the side of a  Heater bought of A. L. White?  A terrible explosion occurred  at the Onoura colliery. Japan,  recently, involving the loss of  262 lives. The mine is one of  the largest in Japan, employing  4,755 miners, with an output of  44,000 tons monthly. The mine  management gave $100 to the  family of each victim and is providing food for the bereaved.  DYNAMO TUNNEL  Work is in full swing in tbe  tunnel on the Dynamo claim near  Greenwood. The bore in in 300  feet and Mr. L. Portman, the  principal owner of the property,  is working three men there.  There are three high grade gold  veins on the surface and the tunnel will develop these at considerable depth.  THE E P. U. MINE  The tunnel on the E. P. U.  mine is in 1,300 feet and the ledge  matter encountered last week is  showing up well. The rock is  somewhat different in character  to the surface ore, but carries iron  pyrites and apparently is wider  than was anticipated. Word of  the locating of the ledge itself is  expected momentarily.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under  which the branches  of this Bank are able to Issus Drafts on the principal points  In the followl  ng countries:  Austria-Hungary    Finland  Ireland  Russia  Belgium                   Formosa .  Iialv  Servia  Brazil                        France  J apan  Siam  Bulgaria                  Fr'ch Cochin-China  Java  South Africa  Ceylon                     Germany  Manchuria  Straits Settlements  China                         Great Britain  Mexico  Swi-den  Crete                        Greece  Norway  Switzerland  Denmark                 Holland  Persia  Turkey  Egypt                      Iceland  Phillipine Island*!  Wc***t Indies          173  Faroe Islands          India  Rouuiunia.  and elsewhere  NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.        FULL  PARTICULARS  ON   APPLICATION  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood  Brand  Our Best Wishes for  A MERRY XMAS  AND  A Happy and Prosperous  NEW YEAR  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO.,  GREENWOOD, B. C ->Kaistiisj^.��� ;_._  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  MftmrfmYmiffl^  C=*  0~*  CF*  CF*  CF*  *��  CF*  CF"*  CF*  c  rr*��  <��!  >**���*=.  <F*  u-"  (J-**  a���*  *V  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid op, $14,400,000.       Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS  $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Lord Stkatbcona and Mount Koval. 6. C. M. G.  President:   Sis Gborgb A. Dkitmmomd.K. C. M. G.  Vlcc-Presldeat and General Manager:   Sir E. S. Clouston, Bakt  Branches in London, Eng. \ ��&ri.PrSSSSu \ >w York, Chicago,  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfer* ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available In any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager^  Kef  '*�� .  **��  ������r  ���*���--$>  i**-**9  >*=9  ***=2  >��-*!>  >�����-��  I***"*  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  ^mimmmmmmmmmmimmmM  1836  THE BANK OF  1909  British North America  73 Years In Business.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Have You a  Bank Account?  The money is safer  in the Bank than in  your house or pocket.  A   Checking  Account provides a safe and convenient way of  paying  your bills,  as each check issued returns  to you as a receipt.  A Savings Account keeps growing all the  time,    with    Interest    compounded    at   highest  current rates.  Greenwood Branch^F. A. CHESTER, Manager.  John A. Lee is New Westminster's new mayor.  General Domingo Vasquez, ex-  president of Honduras, is dead.  Joe  Martin   is expected  to reenter  provincial politics shortly.  The new king of the Belgians  is Prince Albert, of Flanders,  King Leopold's nephew.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Addresi:      ���������Hau.b-tt."  i Bedford M'Neill's  CODBS  1 Bedford M'Nelll't  < Moreing <fc Real'*  I Lelbers  GHUNIVOOD,  S. Oa  JOHN D. SPENCE.  Barrister and Soucitok,  Rende'l   Block,  Qnmmnwooo, B. C.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion and Pkovincial  Land Survbyob,  .Qr>ms\H*iooD, B. C.  P. O. Box 57, Phone 32.  WILLIAM FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  g BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0.0. P.  Meets every   1 uesday   Evening at 8 00 In the  1. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial lnvl tatlon Is ex  tended to all sojourning bretbero.  ALBERT LOGAN, FRED B. HOLMES,  N. G. V. G.  P. EDWARD BROWN, Rec. Sec.  cm  Boundary Creek Times  issued ���v��rv Trtdav    -  ���-' SUBSCRIPTIONS IM ADVANCE.  PBK yk*.*>    a 00  Six Months .'.....,  To Fokxioh Court-kiss ....  ....;... ,'i as  ;..:..'. a so  FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2*, 1*H��.  CHRISTMAS DAY  With every feeling of good will  we wish our readers and our  patrona the very happiest Christmas day possible.  The year, so fast drawing to  its close, bas had itsseveral high-  days and holidays,��� but tomorrow  with its tidings, of Great ��� Joy  must bring the supremest feelings of sincere good fellowship  and k'ndness Jo one and, alj.  While there mav be many absent  ones who are not with us this  Christmas still, no sad thoughts  should be allowed to mar the  beauty of a. happy Christmas  Dav���a day of universal rejoicing and general 1h��nksgiving.  It may be the last Christmas together for many of us, and Yule-  lide therefore should only be  speitin cementing the old ties,  in maturing the new. and with a  steadfast determination to work  together for the good of. all.  The Times wishes a Happy  Christmas to every one of you.  sularly undignified. Granted that  Germany is building a huge navy  ���granted that ber standing army  is second to none���granted that  her land area is limited and her  population con jested���g ranted  that she envies and hates England politically, commercially  and every other blamed way.  Why cry about it? Why continuously harp on it and be so scared  and upset?  Are we afraid of the Kaiser's  growing nav) ? Are we in dread  of the war lord's mailed fist���his  army? Do we give a continental  for Germany and her aggressive  spirit? If we are afraid, are in  dread, and are generally in a Mue  funk, why let everyone know?  This continual cry of "Don't hit  me, I'm not afraid, but don't vou  do it," attitude of tbe British  press and people is a sign of  weakness and is more than undignified���it's childish. Wait till  Germany does strike, and then  use our own weapons that we  have already prepared and "hit  back. In the meantime be dignified and friendly���and prepare,  but say nothing about it. The  colonies are not scared, and they  alone can handle the Deutscher,  if needs be���-as Canada has  already done by her tariff, and  without a reckless continual  whimper.  EDITORIAL COMMENT  Smile! con sarn vou. smile!  Tomorrow is Christmas day. A  smile will tuakesomeone else smile  too.  The earthquake, which lasted  five seconds, at Ottawa last week,  has not shaken the Laurier government.  ���The price of brooms has gone  up several per cent, which is a  hardship to curlers, but a boon to  the late home-coming hubby.  If you want to give us a nice  New Year's present pay up your  sub., if it is due, or your account  with us. before the New Year's  day.  . Montreal has Klondyke outclassed. -There was gold lying  around loose in Klondyke, there  is none left lying around in Montreal now the civic administration  bas got busy.  UNDIGNIFIED  The attitude of British politicians and the British press in regard  to  the  p-oblematical Ger-  UD   Late   NiKhtS.   endless   engage  intents,   generally   run   down?   Take  "The   D. &    L."  Emultion.    It   will  tone up rour whole system and make  tnan  myasion,   ib reany mosi in-  you ft el like yourself again.  When Ireland gets home rule,  and it is in sight, we shall have  to say goodbye to a former lead  ing hotel proprietor of this town  He will undoubtedly be drawn  home to tbe "green grass in  Phoenix park."  It is now claimed that an Italian by tbe name of Andrew Grim-  aldi, crossed the English channel  in 1751 in an airship run by c'nek-  work.  M. Bleriot, who flew across the  channel, m��*t with a severe internal injury last week at Constantinople as a result of an aerial  wreck.  Photo's of Halley's comet will  be taken during its greatest brilliancy, in May next, by an American expedition in the Hawaii  islands,  Harry Lauder will be in Vancouver January 19th. Here is a  chance for Manager McLaine to  make himself and the Auditorium  famous. We want to see aud  hear Harry Louder.  CITY VOTERS'  .    LIST, 1910  NORTH WARD  1 Alston  Chas. F property  2 Archibald, Ella J property  3 Ashcroft, Albert E. property  4 Ashcroft, E. Lucy property  If you are suffering from biliousness,  cousiptation, indigestion, chronic  headache, invest one oent in a pos'at  card, send to Chamberlain Medicine  Co., Des Moines, Iow<i, with your name  and address plainly on the back, and  they will forward you a free sample of  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets. Sold by all Druggists &  Dealers.  OF GENERAL INTEREST  John Drew, the famous actor,  is recovering.  There will be a World's F-iir at  Brussels next June.  Spokane will establish a Fruit  Growers' clearing house.  The Nicaragua*! legation in  Washington has ceased to  exist.  R. Hearst will commence publication of a daily in Spokane in  January.  A Royalist demonstration and  riot in Paris has been squashed  by tbe police.  Ernest Miller, M. P. P., and  W. B Cochrane, Grand Forks,  have gone into partnership.  Home Rule for Ireland, curtailment of Peers' power, and  conversion of unwritten law into  written law is the Liberal platform in England.  Many oersons find themselves afr  fect>d with a persistent cough after an  attack of influenza. As this cough  can be promptly cured by the use of.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it  should not be allowed to run on un 1 il  it becomes troublesome. Sold by all  Druggists & Dealers.  A man needs all tbe sense he  is born with to offset all the foolishness he picks up, and he needs  all the foolishness he is born with  and picks up to offset all the sense  he thinks he has acquired.  We recommend Ferrovim, the invigorating tonic, to i-lderly people  whose strength is begining to wane,  and who suffer frequently from attacks  of sudden exhaustion, chilliness, weak  heart action, etc. Ferrovim contains  fresh lean beef, Citrate of Iron, and  pureold Spanish Sherry Wine. $1.00  per bottle at druggists.  The word Company has a curious meaning: "A number of  persons who meet together to eat  bread," from the Latin com (together), and panis (bread).  A diamond   engagement   ring  makes a brilliant Christmas pres  ent.    Try it, and vou  may get it  back.    Some people are so lucky.  CTOUP and Throat an*-* Lung troubles  are treated successfully with Allen's  Lung Balsam.  December 29th is the .100th  birthday of W, E. Gladstone.  5 Bank of Commerce property  6 Balderston. B. H property  7 Barnett, Mary  E property  8 B C Loan Company property  '9   Beath, D. A property  10 Bedard,  J. A property  11 Bennett,   E. A property  12 Brown, J G property  13 Boles. F. C property  14 Buckless, F. C piopertv  15 Buutiug, Herbert property  16 Bush, James W property  17 Blonquist   Andrew property  18 Barclay, John householder  125 Sheeharj', Daniel. ........property  126 Shonquest, Laura..........property  127 Simmons, Rena .property  128 Skellon, Isaac D property  129 Seymour. May property  130 Snodgraas, W. J property  131 Storer, J  S properly  132 Steven, M. E_.. property  133 Stewart, Cecelia M property  134 Terhune, G. W property  135 Taylor, G. B property  136 Towns, Ada L property  137' Tye. W.   F property  138   Vilandree, Delora urorery  19 Canadian Pacific R. R property  20 Caulfield, J. J..     property  21 Caulfield, M. M property  22 Christiansoo.'Auiaie  property  23 Clerf, Adele property  24 Crauford, J. A. property  25 Craig,   W. W property  26 Coles, John L license  27 Eales, C. J property  28 Eliott. H. R j property  29 Edwards, E. J property  30 Elkins, Ethel A property  31 Enibree, Adolptius S...... property  32 Evans, A. George property  33 Evans, Annie A property  34 Finucane, F. J property  35 Feltbe, A. S ..property  36 Fleming, John E....; property  37 Fraser, J. S. C property  38 Gaunce, W. G property  39 Gibbons, J. E property  40 Grieger, Louisa ". property  41 Grier, James W property  42 Griffiths, Ollie J .property  43 Graham,   Donald property  44 Haering, Charles property  45 Hallett, I.   H property  4b Hallett,   Ellen..  property  47 Hallett, A. D...; property  48 Hamill, Joho property  49 Hanson. Andrew /.property  50 Harr.'s, W. C property  51 Hart,  A. B property  52 Hart, F. W property  53 Haussener, Fritz property  54 Hayden, Sydney .property  55 Hayes, AUie property  56 Higman, C. I property  57 Hodge, J. C property  58 Hunter-Kendrick Co. property  59 Hunger. Robert property  60 Jackson, John R property  61 Jolly, Lena property  62 Kaiser, Fied property  63 Kerr, J.uncs property  64 Kelleher, Mrs   P. H property  65 Kidd. Thomas property  66 Kirkwood, Katherine property  67 Kirkwood, W. J property  66   Law, W. M property  69 Linnard, D. M property  70 Lowery, R. T license  71 Manchester, David property  72 Manross, J. B property  73 Manson, Donald property  74 Mathison, Robert property  75 Matheson, J. E property  76 Mellor, J. W property  77 Meyer, A.. F. H property  78 Metcalf,  E property  79 Moffatt,  R.J property  80 Mortimer, E. H property  81 , Mortimer, Rose property  82 Mulligan, John property  83 McArthur, C. J property  84 McArthur, M. E property  85 McBride, William- property  86 McCleery, F property  87 McDowell, Thos. F property  88 McEwen, Ellen property  89 Mcintosh, Duncan property  90 Mcintosh, Irene J property  91 McKenzie, John property  92 McKenzie, Keuneth property  93 McLaine. Iva property  94 McLaren, John property  95 McLaine, F. W ..license  96   Naden, Margaret property  97   O'Ncil,  Kate property  98 Parker, Nelia��� property  99 Pretty. F. W property  100 Price   Hannah property  101 Picktliall, John property  102 Pion, Alphonse property  103 Poggi, James ...property  104 Poole, Amelia property  105 Pope, Edward property  106 Porter, W. J property  139 Ward, J. H.... .....pn p-jrfy  140 Welch, P properly  141 White. J. L property  142 Wilgress.  H. T   properlv  143 Wilson. C. J..., properly  144 Wilson, William C property  145 Winnett, Louisa  P properly  146 Wood, Emily properly  147 Wood, Elizabeth.. .....property  148 Wood, Emma properly  149 Wood, B   L... property  150 Wood, R. &  Co property  Strong Healthy Women  If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly way, motherhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble lies  . in the fact that the many -women suffer from weakness and  disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted  for motherhood.    This can be remedied.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women.  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(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased), of the. homesteader resides upon a farm.  In the vicinity of the land entered for,   the re .  quirements as to residence may. be satisfied by  such person residing- with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence  pon farming- land owr.ed by him in the vie in  ity of his homestead, thejjrequirements as to res  idence may be satisfied by residence upon the <  said land.  Six mom "is11'otlce In wihi.ifrFl-culd be given,  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands atOt  tawa of Intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining- rights irnty be leased fora.  period of twenty-one years at an annual re-tal  of $1. per acre.   Not more than 2,��60acres shall  be leased to one Individual or company.   A roy-  allty at the rate of five cents per ton shall be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  ...    W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.  LIMITED  Runs Daily Except Sunday  Leaves Greenwood 10 a. m.,  2 p. m.  and 8:30 p. m.  Leaves Mother Lode  Mine 8 a. m.,  12:30 p. m. and 6:30 p. tn.  Fare =...   50c  Round trip .,$1.00  Trunk  1.00  Grip    25c  Blankets    50c  Parcels    25c  Late stage leaves Greenwood Saturdays at 10 o'clock.  Head office, Mother Lode Mine.  Greenwood office, Norden Hotel.  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contaftii  1,500 pages, with nearly 50 per centlf  more matter than the preceding editions  The chapters with mine desciipiioual  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, Smeltia^'r  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impu-'*-"*28"/  Alloys, Uses, Sub8titutes,Termp'oloSf J  Deposits by Districts, States,Co*mtri*M  and Continents,  Mines in Oet^'1! *-*taj  tisticsof Production, Consumr*11011* .�����������]  ports, Exports,  Finances,   D1���461"18  etc.  The Copper Handbook is -*oncededlr|  the  World's Standard iteferencf  Book on Corlpe*r-  The Copper Handbook contains,  this new and greatly enla^*5*-1 fdlti��i  about 50 per cent, more'matter .t,n:ia  the Bible���though not -iecessa��ly]*  better book because of its1, f real Tottl"  It is ��� tilled with FACTS if Vltal lE  portance~to. . '  **  THE /INVESTOR  TfiE SPECULATOR ���  v-     THE METALLURG?ST        %  THE CONS-UME*R *,  TH^MINE|  Price is $5 in Buckram wi^h B*1* ^  or$7.50in genuine full librat**ymoro<  TERMS are most liberal. \?f.n*-*-  money, but order the book senV? J*i.  all carriage  charges   prepaid, 2 o-j  week's approval, to be returned iWri  satisfactory, or paid for if it suitsI^JV^  you afford not to see the book and judgi  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor aad pu'  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGJ  TON, MICH.*, U.S.A. THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  * Satan ��  Sanderson  By HALLIE  ERMINIE RIVES.  Author of  Hearts Courageous, Etc  Copyright    1908.     The  Bobbs-Mernll   Company.  tureen verdict and penality���not enoug'  doubtless, for tne problem to solve it  self.    For  the  only   solution   possible  was Hugh's dying ln the hospital a  Anlston.   So long as the other. HveU  he must play out the role.  And if Hugh did die, but died too  late? What a satire on truth and Justice! The same error which put the  rope about bis own neck would fold  the real Hugb in the odor of sanctity.  He would lie In the little jail yard in  [y*a felon's grave, and Hugh In the cemetery on the'hill beneath a marble monument erected by St. James' parish to  I, the Rev. Henry Sanderson. In the  dock or in the cell, with- the death  watch sitting at Its door, it was all one.  He had elected the path, and If It led  to the bleak edge of life, to the barren  abyss of shame, he must tread It He  was powerless to help himself still. He  had given over his life into the keeping of a power In which his. better  manhood had trusted. If it exacted  the final tribute for those ribald years  of Satan Sanderson tbe price would be  paid.  A step came Ip the corridor. A voice  spoke his name. The summons had  coma  Before the opening of the door the  hum of voices In the courtroom sank  to stillness itself. The jury had taken  their places. Their looks were sober  and downcast The judge was In his  seat, his band combing his beard. Harry faced him calmly. The door of a  side room v/an partly open, and a  girl's white face looked in, but he did  not see. '       .  "Gentlemen of the Jury, have you arrived at a verdicf ?"  "We have." .  There was a confusion In the hall���  abrupt voices and the sound of feet.  The .crowd stirred, and the Judge  frownlngly lifted bts gavel.  "What say you, guilty or not guilty?"  The foreman did not answer. He  twas leaning forward. looking over the  leads of the crowd.    The judge stood  upr People turned, and the room was  suddenly a-rustle wi*h surprised move-  ,.ment    The crowd at the back of the  iroom parted, and up the center aisle  jtoward  the judge's desk staggered a  /figure���a man whose *ace, ghastly and  convulsed, was partly swathed In bandages.   At the door of the judge's room  ija girl stood transfixed ind staring.  The crowd gasped. They saw the  familiar profile, a rep'ica of'the pris-  ) oner's; the mark that slanted across  the brow, the eyes preternaturaljy  bright and fevered.  ;, A pale faced, breathless man ln cler-  leal dress pushed forward through the  press as the figure stopped���thrust but  his hands blindly.  "Not���guilty, your honor!" he said.  A cry came from the prisoner nt the  bar.   He leaped toward bim as be fell  and caught bim ln his arms.  V   The group ln the judge's room was  11 hushed   In   awestruck   silence.      The  door was shut but through the panels.  from  the  courtroom.- came  the mur-  r" mur of many  wondering voices.    By  the sofa on which lay the man wbo  hid eyes, "do you���think It will���count  ���when I cash in?"  But Harry's answer Hugh did not  hear. He had passed out of the sound  of mortal speech forever.  ���        * *        *        * *        a  There came a day when the brown  ravines of Smoky Mountain laughed In  genial sunshine, when the tangled  thickets and the foliaged reaches,  painted with the cardinal and bishop's  purple of late uutumn, flushed and  stirred to the touch of their golden  lover and the silver water gushing  through the flumes sang to a quicker  melody. * There was uo wind. Everywhere save for the breathing life of the  forest was dreamy .beauty and waiting  peace.  In the soft stillness Harry stood on  the doorstep of the hillside cabin for  the last time    Below him In the gulcn  CITY VOTERS'  LIST, 1910  (Continued from page wo.)  J '*3  -���My  yj-    ,-���-   Kiv*N\  WILL  JOIMl'  ?  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  .27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  42  Branson," Tena.. property  Bryant, Louis....;.....- property  Bim ie, James S '.... ..property  Boundaiy Helen  Co properly  Boyer, R. A property  Burns, P. & Co... .......property  Boyer, Owen.... ...-..'..license  * Wot--guilty, yow himort? he said.  toad made expiation stood the bishop  ��� tHarry Sanderson.    Jessica knelt  le'it, and the judge and those who  oc-d  near  him  in   the background  that the curtain was'falling upon  ange and tangled drama of life  >ve and death.    the one long, sobbing cry of  reall^floh, throughout the excitement  I and   ''confusion *  Jessica    had    been  Btrangoiy calm.    She read the, swift  certainijr. in Dr. Brent's face, and she  felt'a'panful thankfulness.   The last  .appeal wfeuld hot be to man's Justice.  Fbpt.to God's mercy!    The memories  ^o'fvthe old (blind days and the knowledge'"that/this  man���not the. one to  whom   shejhad   given   her   love   at  Smoky Mor&tain. at whom she dared  uot lobu^.j,j,<j j^t-en her lover, was now  [ in ver^ti-���ti-,j h'-*r husband, rolled about  'her tt������������   ���.'ilnsiiiis mist    But as she  [ knelt h>y. ui'i* Bni'utbe band that chafed  [the feprvoless one was firm, and she  wlpty  the  cold  lips deftly and ten-  jderlj^     .     t.   :  Hugh-,, eyes were filming., That faar-  lrowi4g struggle of soul, that convul-  jsive iiort of the Injured body, had  |demaifVed'it*price.' JChedireful-agony  Weakness had seised him. His  fingers were slipping from  le of life, and be knew it  fard tbe bishop's earrjeat vpice  from the void.- **Lov*-*cover*  t�����a-l���sins." The words -jjeemeA to  stand/oat sharply, with black feolfa "of  [nothingness between. Tbejh roased hlfj  f��jHng senses, called them back to the  atpost of feeling.  "Not because I���loved." up said.   "Jt  h-_Wns lH'onuse��� I���wai afraid!"  Falsi- as his habit of life aadJteen, ln  that tuoment only the bare troth ���*���**-  " lained.   With a inst effort the dying  ^n thrust his ,oaud into iiia pocket,  Jew out a small. batter?d, red dtek  'End laid it in toother's few**-..    .  "Satan," he wW/spered aa BS&V bs��t  over bim and the Bicker of HffifctfaH ��a  11-; d/ropped on Ms knees and took her  Imndu and Msned them.  the light glanced aud sparkled from  the running flume, aud beyond glim-  uieretl the long street of the town  where the dead past of Satan Sander-  sou had been buried forever and the  old remorseful paiu of c-ouscience had  found its surcease, lu the far distance,  n tender haze softening their outline,  stood the violet silhouette of the ending rauges, and far bayond them lay  Auiston, where waited his newer life,  his newer, better work and the hope  that was the April of bis dreams.  Since that tragic* day ' in the court*  room he had seen Jessica once only���  in the hour when tbe bishop's solemn  'dust to dust" had beeu spoken above  the muu who had beeu ber husband.  One thought had comforted him���the  town of Smoky Mountain had never  known, need never Uuow, the secret  of her wifehood. Aud Auiston was far  away. About the i-ouiing of Hugh Injured and dying to it is rescue would  be thrown a glamour of kuigbt errantry  tbat wonld bespeak charity of Judgment When Jessica weut back to the  white house ln tbe aspens she would  meet only tenderness and sympathy.  And that was well.  He shut tbe door of his cabin and,  whistling to his dog, climbed tbe steep  path where the wrinkled creeper flung  its splash of scarlet and along the trull  to the Knob, under the needled song  of tbe redwoods. There in the dappled  shade stood Jessica's rock statue, and.  now it looked upon two mounds. The  prodigal had returned at last, father  and son rested side by side, and that,  too, was well.  He went slowly through the brown  hollows to the winding mountain road,  crossed It and entered the denser forest He wanted to see once more the  dear spot where he and Jessica had  met���that deep, sweet day before the  rude awakening. He walked on in a  reverie; his thoughts were very far  8 way.  He stopped suddenly. There before  him was the little knoll where she had  stood waiting on the threshold of his  palace of enchantment tbat one roseate  morning. And she was there today���  not standing with parted lips and eager  eyes under the twittering trees, but lying face down on tbe moss, her red  bronze hair shaming the gold of the  fallen leaves.  There was a gesture in the outstretched arms that caught at bris  heart He stepped forward, and at  tbe sound she looked up, startled.  He saw the creeping color thai  mounted to her brow, the proud yel  passionate hunger of her eyes. He  dropped on his knees and took her  hands and kissed them,.  "My dear love that is!" he whispered.  "My dearer wife tbat is to be!"  THE  END.  The greatest danger from influenza  is of its resulting in pneumonia. This  can be obviated by using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, as it not only  cures influenza, but ccuuteracts any  tendency of the disease to pneumonia.  Sold by all Druggists & Dealers.  This is the time when wifie decides that she must have a new  suit, but that hubby's overcoat  will do nicely for another winter.  Ad impossible Ihine to find'a plaster  equaled to the "The D. & L " Menthol,  and it is being imitated. Get the  genuine. For side aches, backaches,  stitches, nothing equals it. Made by  Davis & Lawrence Co.  Bearine feeds the dry and unhealthy  scalp, softens and gives vim to the  hair.   50c, a jar.  He laughs best whose lausjh  lasts.  Canadian B irk beck Co ...property  Carlson, Emma.....' ....property  Craig, H. W property  Chiistiauson, Mark .property  Cropley, G. 'H...���....i.......property  Cropley, H. R property  Cunningham, A property  Denzler, Robert property  Dempsey, C. A, property  Desrosiers, John B property  Desrosiers, Mary A '....property  Dickenson, H. P property  Dixon, Sanford P property  Dominion Copper Co property  Elliot, John property  Elkins, F.  M I....property  Elson, Meriam C property  Galloway, Elizabeth. property  Ga-'.and   Nicholas property  Gillis, Duncan property  Ginsberg, Harris ....property  Girffux, Alphonsine ..property  Gordonj~W. L. C ...property  Graham, Margaret.........property  Graham, Robert property  Granberg, Fritz... property  Greig, A ; property  Greenwood Trading Co...property  Greenwood City W.W. Co.property  Griegor, Reinhold '.,-.. property  Grould, Alphons property  Guess, Harry A property  Gulley, Thomas M property  43- Fleming, W. B... property  44 Fleming, Agnes property  45 Flore, Alfonzo property  46 Floyd, R. M property  47 Forschner, Louis property  48  49  50  51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  59  60  61  62  63  o4  65  66  67  68  69  70  71  72  73  74  75  76  77  78  79  80  81  ���82  83  84  85  86  87  88  89  90  91  92  93  94  95  96  97  98  Hall, M. D. properly  Hall, Alfred property  Hamilton Powder Co...'...property  Hardy, Thomas J. property  Harvey, Mary A............property  Hiller, George property  Holman, S. C>................property  Holmes, Fred B '...-...property  Hart, William , property  Jaynes,  Frank property  Jenkins, Thomas property  Jenkins, Edith M.". ....property  Jermyn, James  property  Johnson, S  M property  Johnson, Adelaide property  143  144  145  146  147  148  149  150  151  152  153  154  155  156  157  158  159  Schmitt,  Agatha .property  Semerad, Emma property  Smith. F. B property  Smith, Alec. property  Smith, Duncan property  Smith,  W. T     property  Smailes, Ralph .: property  Stanton,  Mary    .     property  Sterling, Eva   property  Sullivan, D. J property  Stewart, J. W property  Sutherland,  James  ���.   property 'or 6 per cent  Sutherland, L. E .'....property j  Swayne, George property j  �����  ��  fMINES AND MINING I  ���*�� 9  O ���  ��0����*>9'��*��*��������0����awr������*j*��*-Ba  The Hedley Gold Mining- company has declared a dividend of  30 cents per share, payable Jac-  uary4.-   This amounts to $36,000  I  At     Luderitzbucht,     German  ! Southwest Africa,   a  large com-  Tees, Samuel properly '    .  Theriault, John.   ..property,blne has  been  arranged  among  Tilsley, Elizabeth property some of the more  important col-    cerns and certain  private owners  Walker, Henry property of diamoniferous claims.  160  141 Walsh, Thomas      property  162 Wartman, W. J _ property  163 Watson, Thomas ;... property  164 Whiteside, Sadie B .       .. property  165 Wickwire, E. T ...-. property  166 Williams, W. Y property  167 Wilkie, O. B. N property  168 White, Silas    property  169* Wellwood, George..  .pr-iperty  170 Wielaod, Charles property  171 ' Wood, J. W.   H  property  172 Wood, Robert property  173 Wood, M. J.  M property  The peculiar properties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, have been  thoroughly te.'-.ted during epidemics ot  influenza, and when it was taken in  time-we have not heard of a single  case of pneumonia. Sold by Druggists and Dealers.  "Good wine needs no bush."  The bush alluded to was suspended over the doorway of a tavern to signify that wine might  be had within.  A rifih stiike of copper and  arsenic has been made on the  farm of Thomas Neal, Belleville,  Out. A deposit of gold quartz  was found on the same property  some time ago.  The Diyton claim, near Rock  Creek, was under consideration  for a workidg bond, when Hughie  Cameron, oue of the owners, died.  While the affairs of the deceased  are being settled nothing further  will be done re this deal, but it is  expected the property will change  hands before very long.  THREW OIL  A brawl between a man and his  wife was responsible for a fire in  a tenement house at Cincinnati  last week in which seven persons  were burned to death and three  fatally injured.  The husband threw an oil lamp  at his wife and the flames, spread  rapidly.  The bodies of the victim* were  found huddled near the emergency doors which refused to open, j|.  As u<*ual, 'he husband was nnt to  blame for the sad r.rTair. He was  just trying to lluow oil on ihe  troubled water**, and is, therefore,  not responsil'lo.  A Lavender League is to be  formed to offset the work of the  Primrose League in Britain.  Nansen, the famous explorer  has rej"cted Dr. Cook's claim to  the   discovery   nf the North pole.  New     Ytar    resolutions     are  almost due to be broken.  Carrie  Nation   is out afier the  cigarette fiend now, so beware.  Lord Archil) ild G irduii, the  second son of the'Karl of Aberdeen diod December H> He was  injured in an au!oni->bil(\ wreck  For Pale  Delicate People  mmEm&im  Builds up Strength ; brings hack the  ruddy glmv of lien 1th by creating a  natural appetite for nourishing food.  Get only the D. ��t L., the original.  50c. and $1.00, at all druggists.  Davis & Lawrence Co., Montreal.  JOHN BULL  Invest 25c. 'n a.boxof Da-is' Men-  thoi Salve and be prepated for ulcers,  neuralgia, old sores, etc.  Life is worth living when the  pleasures of hope uufailingly  subdue the pains of disappointment.   4   Luther says " Music is next to  theology." We thought ''Cleanliness was next to Godliness."  John Arbuthnot, a Scottish  humorist, born in 1667, is the  originator of the cognomen  "John Bull," as applied to Englishmen. His literary fame rests  on "The History of John Bull,"  written in 1712. This book is  said to have suggested to Swift  the composition of "Gulliver's  Travels."  When in doubt subscribe tor the  Boundary Creek Times,  Do you want (��lh StnitBh initial note  paper and envelopes to write your  letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  t-i^^^y^>*5^i**^i*>^^^r^r^?-^1 J^^Si?^J J?*J JV^w ^-S.* ^-S-* ^r-f-s��^>3~^^i>**g*i^*~i-^- *'���  Greenwood 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 Exprets and Freight.  GILLIS & LAING, Prs.  Kane, Michael H property  Kane, Julia property  Kelly, Mary J property  Kennedy, W. G..., property  Kernohan, Frank property  Lofstad,  Ola property  Longley, Robert C property  l.yts,  Ethel property  Machell, James property  Mansfield, Lottie property  Maloney, Mat property  Miller, Hugh ...property  Miller, Joseph  R property  Miller, W. M  .....property  Millis,  F. A...!..... property  Minkler, J. M property  Morrison, Norman.. property  Moore, E T~ property  Mowat, Arthur  property  Munroe, D D...'..' property  11  COMPANY,   LTD.  99 McArthur, H. H pr perty  100 McCleery, Greta  property  101 McCleery,  Dora property  102 McCreath, James       property  103 McCreath. Maggie.. property  104 McCutcheon, Hugh property  105 McDonald, D. A.. properly  106 McDonald, Daniel A property  107 McDonnell, Thomas property  108 McLaurin, A,; P...........property  109 McLean, Francis ...property  110 McLean, Thomas,. property  111 MdMahnvI\*KW  property  112 McMynt!,..*rV..G... propert;-;  113 McMynn, M*' T;.**���'**  property  114  115  116  117  118  119  120  121  122  123  124  125  126  127  McNeil. James II   property  McNulty, H. A pioperty  McKee, Hugh.......... ......:. properly  McKee, Rose .:...........,!..,:'. property  McKenzie, R. D ..... ....... property  McRay, Hugh.;. ......^  ... ..property  McPherson," C. J :.......:... property  McRae,' D. C ..'....'.".....'property  McRae, M. G..:..-:..-. ,... property  Naden, G. .R.. .......:: property  National Trust -Co............. property  Nelson: J. W..   /.......property  Nelson,  Susie-....., property  No.rris, Charles H. ... >i.-.... property  128  129  130  131  132  133  134  135  136  137  138  139  140  141  Oliver, Sydney propeity  Oppenheimer, S. S'. prop2rt>V  Palmer, Annie' J property  Paton. James N property  Pdrry,   Evan.... property  Pupore, J property  Riley, R. T ......property  Robinson, Mary ...property  Roberts, Richard property  Rowe, Grace  property  Roy, Adelard A propert)  Rumberger, Georg*-  property  Russell-Liw-Caul field Co.property  Roy, Mafloire H .���       ... license  FIFTY  THOUSAND  SHARES  Of the capital stock of this Company are offered for sale at  25 Cents Per Share, $1.00 Par  To provide funds for the development of its coal properties near Midway.  The company owns the coal rights of 2,458 acres of land and has options on  three square miles additional. Work has been done in development continuously since  September 2, and a tunnel is now being driven to cross-cut three seams which show on  the surface. Coal can be delivered from the mouth of this tunnel to the C. P. R.  tracks below by gravity.  Development work done thus far is as follows:  One prospecting tunnel on the surface of the seam, 50 feet in length.  One shaft and drifts, about 45 feet, all in the coal seam.  One shaft and incline, following the proven seam to the depth of 80 feet.  An analysis of the surface coal returns 66 per cent carbon and only 3 percent ash.  The Company owns other properties, including fruit lands, mineral claims,  options on mineral claims, mines and timber limits. Its coal holdings alone are  considered worth more than its issued capital stock. An investment in this stock at  the present price should be immensely produc, ive.  This is an opportunity of which you should take advantage without delay.  Send applications or write for information to  Uy^.***^'  142   Schmidt, Marguerite property  GREENW00B, B- C  h7 THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  *^m&fa^&*---^-:-?r*rt>V'~**te  Q  TOWN TO TICS  executive committee is Smile  Clerf. Arthur Jaynes, John Crop-  ley, J. J. RochOu.  CrSramBakmg Powder  Is tie most efficient and  perfect of leavening agents*  MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR  No alum, lime or ammonia.  to  Following is the school  report  for December:  DIVISION 1���J. L. WATSON.  Pupils actually attending...        22  1 Average daily attendance  20.54  Shaw   is   surveying   at   Percentage of regularity.,  W3*  Pupils present every  session��� j*  Willie . Bryant,   George    Craig,  97p:ece set  of Semi Porcelain, very latest design of pink 'Hud  -���old.    Was $15, special $13.25  97-piece   set   of   Royal   Semi-Porcelain,  beautiful   design   of  (lowers with green edge.    Was $15, special $12.00  We have the following in open stock:  White, with gold bind and clover leaf.  White, witli fancy green border.  White, with sweet pea decoration and rainy other beautiful designs,  which we will sell in any quantity desired and at prices that will please.  Toilet Sets, plain and fancy, $2.00 to    $7.50  I  A.L-WHITE  The Stoye and Furniture Man  Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  ^?!t!?!n!HH!!!!H?!t!!?H?HfH^^!!!1f?!!m!!!tn��f^mt��t��m&!  ���*=o  Xmas Gifts  FOR  EVERYONE  Beautiful pieces of Cut Glass,  Sterling Silver, Silver Plate,  China, Watches, Rings,  Pins, and Brooches.  AT  PRICES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET  Watch our windows for new goods.  jfl. Eogan $ Co-  |; lUatcbmakers and jewelers  A Merry Christmas.  School opens on January 3rd.  Who will be mayor for 1910?  John   East   was  a   visitor  Greenwood this week,  C.   M  the Midway coal mine.  H. Pannell, of Midway, was in  town on Wednesday.  Mrs. H,  McCutcheon returned  trom the coast on Monday.  Mr.   and Mrs. H. F.   Stow left  tn Monday's  triin   for Rossland.  The Greenwood skating rink  opened up  on   Wednesday night.  Nel**on bonspiel will take place  January 24, weather permitting.  W. II Norri*., of Midway, was  a visitor to Greenwood last week.  J. C Alston left todav to  spend Christmas with friends at  Nelson,  The public school closed on  Friday last for the Christmas  holidays.  F. Madden, of the Athlestan  mine, was a visitor to Greenwood  on Sunday.  Have you bought any mystle-  toe? If not, do the deed without  it,'but doit.  Herbert Holmes, of Beaverdell.  was a visitor to, Greenwood on  Saturday last.  The Midway Christmas tree  and entertainment last night was  a great success,  A local company is being  formed to handle an invention of  A. A. Frechette.  Mr. and Mrs. W- Phillips, of  Denoro, were visitors to Greenwood on Wednesday.  J. R. Grant, formerly of the  i��. T. Bank, at Midway, is visiting friends in that town.-  Rev. F. V. Venables will hold  a Christmas service in Eholt,  Sunday morning next at 11. a. m  Gerald MeacP left on Monday's  train for Calgary, where be will  spend the Xmas holidays with  his brother.  R, G. McNeillie, of Nelson,  C. P. R. acting district passenger  agent, was a visitor to town on  Thursday.  Mrs. Davidson, who has been  visiting her son. Joe Davidson, at  the C. P. R. station, Midway, returned east this week.  Mr. and Mrs.*C. A. S. At wood  and family of Grand Forks, have  gone east for the winter^to their  former home in Ontario.  Mrs. Bart Ingraham, who has  been for some weeks at the hospital, returned home to Rock  Creek on Wednesday last.  W. G* McMynn was elected 1st  vice-president of the B. C. Curling association, at the ant-ual  meeting held at Rossland.  SCHOOL REPORT  *��� ** tf tf %* tf ���*" V ��f IF Uf # ��P ��** f? *" **  *%  %  %  %  ���*���>  a  %  n  FRY'S  ft  U  Willie Johns, GertrudeMclntyre,  Grace MacKenzie. Hazel Red-  path, Frances Rowe, Gordon  Smith. Bertha Smith, Ina Sutton, Lottie Sutton, Ward Storer.  DIVISION II���J. I   MACKENZIE.  Pupils actually  attending        24  Average daily attendance  23.76  Percentage of regularity        99  Pupils present every session���  I>-o Barnett, Fred Craig, Joy  Cummins, Georgie Eiles, Worth-  inn ton Fair, Judith Johnson,  Donald McAllister, Daniel McKee, Mayme Lewis, Anna MacKenzie, George McLeod, Ted  Proctor, Grace Redpath, Robert  Smith, Sutherland Smith, Dick  Taylor, Lucille Smith, Elmer  Lewis.  .DIVISION III���M. CUNNINGHAM.  Pupils actually attending        33  Average daily  attendance-  30.64  Percentage of regularity  92.85  Pupils present every session���  Jean Coles, Arthur Eales, Kathleen Hardie, Dorothy Johnson,  Francis Tordan, Waldo Jordan,  Helen McKay, Josephine McKee,  Harold McKenzie. Sam McAllister, Cecilia Mcintosh, Muriel  Redpath, Vera Redpath, Arthur  Rees, Catharine Rees, Ruby  Smith, Tom Taylor, John Niberg,  Nellie Hammerstadt, Mirril Barrow, Lucille Barrow.  The best in the land  S WE SELL THEM 5  Step In and see oar  HOLIDAY GOODS  5 J. L. WHITE  DRUQGIST  JtJ*#JtjHJI#Jl#JtJ*J*J*J*J*<*>*  CARD OF THANKS  We wish to thank our Greenwood friends for their many kiud-  nesses, especially on the eve of  our departure for Rossland. It is  with feeling* of extreme regret  that we leave Greenwood, and we  will always remember the many  happy days we have spent in the  little town. A happy Christmas  to you all.  Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Stow.  g^^^^-M^-M^M^^'-M^&M'M'^m'i  &  S  s  BUY YOUR MILK  ��������� FROM  THE   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED   MILK  A SPECIALTY  Fred   Jenks,   Prop'r.  *  jij*jtjtj*j*jijiJij*jt*j*jtj*'j*�� jtJtjsmjUjtJtjajAJtjitjijijitjitjtjt^  > OYSTER COCKTAILS 5  %      AT THE  .      I*,  fc ���            _            ���  V;  *jn ��*  I GREENWOOD, E.G.                *  ���f.  '*,  WINDSOR HOTEL?  greenwood, b. o.  Open Day and Night    \  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager  Ernest, Archie and Miss Olive  Bunting arrived th is week from  the coast to spend Christmas and  New Year with their paie.il��,  Mayor aud Mrs. Bunting.  Miss Mav L i vvson arrived iu  Greenwood on Wednesday from  the coast, aud will take Miss  Dynes' place iu Chas. F. Stork's  store the first of the year.  The Greenwood Hockey team  will play Phoenix in the skyhigh  town on New Year's night, and  Grand Forks here on January 5.  Other dates will be published  next week.  A runaway occurred on Tuesday when a team from Phoenix,  driven by E E. Nicholson, threw  the occupants out of the sleigh  and only stopped when they  landed with the remains of the  vehicle in tbe middle of Boundary creek.  The officers of Greenwood  Hockey club are as follows: J. R.  Jackson, M, P. P., hon. president; Dr. McLean, president; A.  E. Braithwaite, secretary-treasurer; Doc Goodeve, manager;  Charlie   Russell,   captain.     The  O hear   the  bells on   Christmas  day  Their old familiar carol play  And   wild  and  sweet  the words  repeat  Of peace on earth, good will to  man.  Old customs, oh! I love the sound  However simple they, may  be;  Whate'er  with  time  hath sanction found.  Is welcome  and is dear  to me.  A .sprained ankle will usually disabel  "the. injured person for three weeks or  four weeks. This is due to lack of  proper treatment. When Chamberlain's Liniment is applied a cure may  be effected iu threcor four days. This  liniuieut is one of the best and most  remarkable preparations iu use. Sold  by all Druggists & Dealers.  To be or not to be engaged,  that is the question.  In Arabia the horse is a favorite  article ot food.  Do not keep the alabaster boxes  of your love-and tenderness sealul  up until vour friends are 'dead  Annoint your frie'tids'before their  burial. Post mortem kindness  ness does not cheer the departed  spirit,  USE  ALLEN'S  LUNG BALSAM  At onee when attacked by a Cough and  tiros avert dangerous bronchial and  pulmonary ailments.   .   .   .   .   .   .  .25c, 5nc. and $1.00 Bottles.  Sold everywhere.  n.'.VT? ft i.AWitKNCE CO.. Montreal.  The Canadian Pacific Railway for  the Christmas and New Year Holidays  announce a low round trip late.  Ticket* will be on sale December 21st  to 25th and D-ioember 28th to January  1st,, with a final return limit to January 5th.  Newand old Heating Stoves.  New and old Stove Pipe.  New and old Stove Boards.  New and o'd A. L. White.  The beneficial effect of iron  apon the 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 mildly stimulative effect of sherry  \vine. Ferrovim costs $1.00  a bottle at druggists.  ���^,,MENTH0L  PLASTER  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA, PLEURISY,  STITCHES. CRICKS,   .  NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM  Each 25c. in air-tight tin bos;  yard rolls $1.00, can be cut to any  size.  Beware of worthless Imitations.  '.   DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  Greenwood Auditorium  GRAND UNIOtf SHOW  NEXT TUESDAY  Select your Xmas gifts  now.     A.  Logan & Co.  The finest line of Cut Glass   ever  shown in the city.   A. Logan & Co.  First wreck one mile below the Jew  tunnel and half a mile above the Gentile tunnel. Sunshine struck Jack  Frost and knocked him into the moisture.' Help the sun by buying a Heater  of the Stove and Furniture man, A. L  White.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see Ar L. 'White, the Stove and  Furniture man.  Fpr. Sale or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines'.- TheO. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.   A. L.- White, Phone 16.  MINING XLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and equipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. K. COU>WBI.T,l  Brandon, Manitoba.  Tenders for Freighting Supplies for  the Yukon Telegraph Line,  EXTENSION OF TIME.  TBE time (or recevlrif tenders for tbe  frelifktlnii of supplies for the Yukon  Telegraph Line in tbe course of the season uf  1910. 1911 and 1912. la hereby exteuded to Tuesday. February 15- 1910. Tenders are to be  sealed, endorsed -Tenders for Packing Supplies." and addressed to the undersigned.  Forms of tender and specification may be  obtained and forms of contract seen on application to Mr. J. T. Phelaa, Superintendent of  Oorerontent Telegraphs, Vancouver. B. C  Mr. Wni. Henderson, District Superintendent  Government Telegraph, Victoria, B. C, and  from the tiovernment Telegraph Agents at  Ashcroft, B C Quesnelle B. C, Hazelton.,  3. C, and Telegraph Creek, B, C  Person* tendering {are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the  printed form supplied, and signed with their  actual Big-natures, with their occupations and  places oi residence. In the case of Urns, the  actual signature, the nature of the ocru.iailon  and place of residence of each member of the  firm mu��t be eiven  Each .lender must b�� accompanied by au  accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable  to the order of the Honourable the Minister of  Public Works equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)of  the amount of the tender for one year's packing, which irill be forfeited 1: the person ten-  derintr decline to enter into a contract when  called upon to do so, or fails to complete the  work contracted for. If the tender be nut  accepted the cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  NAPOLEON TESSIER,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Oltaw��. Decern oer 16, WW.  Note.���Prorision is been made by the Government to the extent of $3,500,00. for general  repairs, renewal, of bridges, &c. along .be  trail between Hnjelton and Ninth Cabin, next  season.       > . ' ���' - .  BUSINESS IS RUSHING  WHY?  BECAUSE WE HAVE THE GOODS.  . In our Grocery Department we-have the very  choicestthat money can buy.  Our Hardware and Crockery Department is  complete. See our window next week for Christmas China.  .     '  In  our   Gents'   Furnishing" Department ������ weZ  carry everything the well dressed man could wish  for, both in warmth and style.  Don't forget that we give 5 per cent discount  on all accounts paid on or before the 1 Sth.  Russell-LawCaulfieIdCo.,Ltd.  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES and FURNISHINGS  !  Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anythifig>  F. C.  PROPRIETOR  , <V ���~\**'\f'��\F'*%t+*\f**\r'*\/J*\jd  s  Att'Qtt.Price,".40c.  Jains and Jellies, 35c  F, JAYNES  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  Just the thin  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHISK!  Greenwood Ciquor ��oj  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  i>=^-*-i��i-*5-r*s**��^^^  "^SrV  ^��^��^��^��^��^��4^^^^ - '-*�� *S��<*Z��&��GS&4ZH!S��&��$&G��&��^<  ARE Y@BBRf?  Beer   Beer  Beeir^  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood   'i?  '        '' '^L.  Phoenix Brewery %o  f  i  I  I  $  1 --���   -----*  i4r>i***i��is^*-----g**i^^  BEER        BEER       BEBR  S-  WE ARE READY WITH A FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS  Christmas Toys for the Boys and Girls. Something  for every child. Toys enough to supply all the  wants of Greenwood and surroundings. Every  kind you ever saw, a"d,,,iffliiM,ynMffl���r-,f  ^2J^^��*5*'**K-.  Xmas gifts for men and women in endless variety. Toilet Sets  from $2.50 to $35. Military Hair Brushes, Fountain Pens. All the  latest Books and Poets in fine leather editions. Jewel Cases, Mani-*  cure Sets, Souvenir and Burnt Leather Goods, Kodaks, and hundreds  of Novelties too numerous to mention.    We invite inspection.  JGJ  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,   KODAKS AND SUPPLI  *���=*

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