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 :v.  *&  ^��:  ASK  Halcyon Lithia  The Monarch of Table Waters  The same anytime and All the  time.   It's bottled.at the springs.  Found  in all   the   best houses.  VOL. 12  ASK FOR  Halcyon Lithia Water  The Monarch of Table Waters.*  The same any time and All the  time. It's bottled at the springe.  Found in   all   the   best  houses.  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, APRIL 24," 1908."  0<HXH3<X>00<X)000<K)0<>0<*-0<X>00<>0<)0>^ <  OLD-ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE  .  . ���  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  |**r*tju> r-  Goods  Arriving  8  ners  Tnlaid Cinoleums  Printed Einoleums,  Carpet  Children's Go-Carts and  of all kinds.  Call and See them.  i _ *���'-���"-.'  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood, B.C.  l <>000<>0-0<*KH>0<*^OpOO<>0<><>0<>0<>0 00000-000000000<>o6b<><*��-0<>0*<>0<>  WASHOUTS  DISORGANIZE  Line Between Cascade and  Castlegar-Rossland-North-  port Line Also Out  i  Ladies1 Ready-to-Wears  We give the Ladies a special invi^  tation to see our Ready-made  Skirts in pretty   grays,   in  small checks,stripes and plaids  Millinery  Something new every week, Visit  our  showroom   before you  purchase*   i   %   i   \   *    i    \  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods. Millinery  their  works sM/j/i  know them  Bsj-ttt  alone  On die merit of their performances ���_.���.   we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of  construction, combined with a skill in manu-  the inheritance of genera  tions, make  D  tmm  good time keepers at  consequently comfortable watches t  Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee  the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world.   They  which cannot  grac  fully  guaranti  Loaan  Monday's C.P.R. train frem  Nelson passed one washout at  Tarry's near Slocan Junction, but  the train was cancelled when it  reached Castlegar. The passengers were allowed to amuse themselves for the rest of the day in  viewing the celebrated Kootenay  Fruit Lands that sell for $100 an  acre. The fortitude of some oi  the pioneers there is beyond all  comparison. About 4 p.m. the  company's officials, Superintendent Coleman with the engineers,  roadniasters, etc., who had gone  on.'up to the bridge at 35-4 where  the first big bridge washed . out  was, sent back ah engine and  caboose with the intelligence that  the ribbons of steel were hanging 100 feet in the air without  any support and that repairs  could not be made until Thursday  Trie passengers could go back to  Nelson in a coach attached to a  train of flat Cars if they liked and  the Hindus and Italians must do  so. This train reached Nelson  about 8.15 ia the evening.  This is the beginning of the  story .as it was seen by passengers  bound for the Boundary; The  bridge at 47-5, the large trestle  just beyond the long tunnel was  found to be out and rock slides  .V.ere eyerjw^^  mit, extending from the tunnel  down nearly to Wade. One of  the biggest of these was at Paulson. The work trains at the  sumadit were kept busy and by  Tuesday afternoon the track was  clear on this end to Farron. On  Wednesday it was cleared ' to  Shields.  But this appears to have  been  only the beginning.    Passengers  leaving   Rossland   oh    Tuesday  morning forjSfou.thport were transferred at Stieep Creek and  taken  to Northport on   a   work 'train.  This was the result of a   serious  accident there on Monday  morning when because of   a, washout  at Sheep Creek bridge, the engine  went over the bank badly injuring the fireman, J. Oleson.'    The  coach following the engine   was  also pulled over the embankment  but did not fall.  Otherwise the roadbed of the  Spokane Falls and'Nor-hern suffered very little. The train going out of Nelson had to. run  through a foot and a half of  water but this was done without  difficulty. The roadbed from the  Mountain Depot right on through,  to Grand Forks via Marcus seemed to be *u perfect condition. Only once- when the engine ran  away from the train was there  any mishap and then Judge Williams, of Pheonix, admitted that  he and the other lost Conservative delegates were the hoodoo.  Yesterday, the C.P.R. sent the  mails through over their own line  bytransferriug them- at Shields,  the Midway train reaching here  on the return trip at   six   o'clock  this moring. It is expected that;  the bridge at Shields where the  greatest difficulty was will be repaired tonight and that freight  as well as passenger trains will  be moving-over the eniire branch  At a meeting of the Board of  Direotors of the Kettle Valley  Irrigated Fruit Lauds Company,  held at Rock Creek vesterday,  D. R. Tait was appointed secretary manager of tho Company to  succeed W. O. Wright who goes  to England early in June  ELKHORN BREAERY BURNS  On Saturday morning last, fire  totally destroyed the buildings of  the Elkhorn Brewery which has  been tor the last. tw�� years, the  property of J. B^ Docksteader.  The fire was. first 'noticed about  11 o'clock in the morning and by  that time had an appreciable  start. How it caught is not  known. At the time the alarm  came in, the fire team tfere at  some street work and as tbe brewery is situated just across the  road outside the. city limits, the  hose on the wagon was not long  enough to reach from the hydrant  to the fire.        #    '  However considerable assistance  was given by the fire brigade and  others and at least'some of the  stock was saved. "The loss in all  amounted to $30,000 on which  there was only $5,000 insurance,  a $5,000 policy having lapsed not  long since. Mr. Docksteader's  loss will be sincerely regretted by.  everyone in the community as he  has been making his business jjo  ou the right lines, improving his  plant and equipment ever since  he took over the brewery two  years ago from Mr. Portman. Mr.  Docksteader is expecting some of  his associates in the business here  very shortly when. Kis plans for  rebuilding will be definitely for-  mated. ��� He wishes however to  thank the fire brigade and others  who assisted him for' their help.  No. "33  MARTIN BIRRELL  RENOMINATED  To Contest Constituency  Against Duncan Ross-Causes Some Local Irritation  IN REPLY TO THE PROVINCE  P. Burns & Co's Slaughter House  The second fire iii Greenwood  this last week  totally destroyed  the slaughter house of P. Burns  and Co., where all the beef  used  in the Boundary is killed,causing  a loss of over $5,000 to the   company, $2,000 of which is covered  by insurance.    They   had   been  killing on Tuesday   and   W.   J.  McKernao,,. the   foreman for  P.  Burns who lives near had retired  early.    About - eight   o'clock the  fire was seen   breaking   out   by  some Italians and the .word   was  brought iato town by   the   Mid-  way^stage. Th��*> only theory for the  origin of the fire is that it caught  in some way from the kettles used  in the killing.   There were th.ir  teen cattle killed on Tuesday and  half  of   these   were   destroyed.  The company already has a gang  of men cleaning up the ruins and  a platform has   been erected on  which the men are   killing   this  afternoon.    The construction of  the new building-will be   rushed  immediately so that there will be  no meat famine in the country.  Word was received from Vernon  today saying- that Martin Birrell  of Grand Forks, the defeat fid  Conservative candidate in the  last election will be the Conservative standard bearer in Yale-  Cariboo at the next .Dominion  election.  Mr. Birrell had stated that he  would not accept the nomination  but it appears that this was merely a blind to cover the retreat  of Mr. Birrell providing the Shatford faction which had the support, of the provincial authorities  should carry the convention, Enquiries in Grand Forks elicited  the information that iu all probability Mr. Birrell would accept  the nomination.  The news is not particularly  welcome to many of the strong-  Conservatives iu the citv.  A Successful Mur.icale.  A very successful musicale was  given on Wednesday night at the  borne of Mr. andMrs. McAllister.  The guests, numbering about  sixty showed their keen appreciation of * every number on the  program and left little to be .said  except what has been said in this  paper before, that the" amount  and the quality of the musical  talent of Greenwood cannot be  equalled in Que cityfj-tf^a hutidred  of its sizejn this count.v. This  is a matter for congratulation to  the people of this citv and the encouragement given to "bringing  out" out thistalentin gatherings  of this kind cannot be too highly  commended. Their many guests  cannot thank Mr. and Mrs. McAllister too highly for the pleas-  ore given them by the evening.  The program, every , number of  which was heartily applauded,  was as follows :  Presentation to E Foyle Smith  The ladies of St. Jude's church  last Saturday.evening, presented  Mr. E. Foyle Smith with an illuminated address and a purse of  $50 in gold. The presentation  was made, in appreciation of the  faithful services of Mr. Smith as  organist of the church and came  as a complete surprise to him. It  was made at a gathering at the  home of Mrs. 0. A. E. Shaw,  where a very pleasant evening  was spent. The address wan read  by Mr. Sidney John tin and lhe  purse was presented by Mrs.Fair.  'Quite a large number of the  members of the congregation  were r present including all the  members of the choir with, which  Mr. Smith has beeu connected for  over eight years.  The man who took the $250  from a local poker stalwart in the  Bodega saloon at Nelson a few  weeks ago was in camp on Wednesday. He says people who can't  hide the fact that they have a  good hand shouldn't play   poker,  Overture " Sitac-irity,'' Barnard  *    ,     Orchestra  Song- "Triah Love Song," L-arjge  Mrs, Oliver  Piano Sclo,"Improtnptu, Op. 142,No 8"  Mrs. McCutcheon  Cello Solo,   ''Sous le Balcon," Wuerst  Misa Beldon  Song, ' Because I Love You Dear,"  Mrs. Shaw. ,        Haw-lev  Piano Solo, "Moonlight Sonata,"  Mrs. McAllister. Beethoven  Spaniah Waltz, ..."Senora," Nathan  Orchestra  Song,. "Abide With Me." Liddle  Mra. Stow  Piano Solo       1%*** ��en".,,t  S Gavotte Handel  Mra Johnson  Song, ...."Calm aa the Night," Bohtn  Mrs. Oppenheimer  Piano Solo"Staccato Capiice," Voprich  Mias Wilson  Song "Pe mii'f Eje ,"    Mr Thomas  Trio   "I Would That Mjr Love,"  Mendelssohn  Mias Beldon, Mrs. McAllister, Mr. McAllister  Rifle Shoot  The  first   shoot of the Rifle  Association on Good Friday gave  the new Ross rifle a   good   test.  The sights on the rifle are different from those to which the boys  have been accustomed but no  apology need be offered for tbe  scores made. A little regular  practice and more familiarity  with the sights will push them  up to a pretty good mark. Quite  a number of members were shooting, some of whom were handling  a rifle for nearly the first lime.  Some of the scores are as follows:  A. D. Hallett, 80  A. J. Logan 67  A. Logan 66  A. Morrison 65  For sune davs past   the   Vancouver Province has been detailing its vain imaginings   of what  might be the harrowing particulars of a. split in the ranks of the  Liberals  ol  Yale-Cariboo.    The  only fact worth mentioning about  it really is that there is no split.  We can, however venture  to assert with quite  as   much   assurance as the   Proviuce   can command that there is no member in  Canada going up for   re-election,  either in the Liberal or Conservative ranks who has behind him a  more united party   than  Duncan  Ross iu Yale-Cariboo.  This is not to say that there are  uot individuals here and there in  Yale-Cariboo who would like to  have the member for this riding  take steps that he has not seen  his way clear to take. To argue  such a thing would be to herald  the approach of the . millenium.  But that there are any consider-  number of such people in the  ranks of the Liberal party in Yale-  is not true. It need hardly be added that tlie names mentioned in  Monday's issue of the Province  are not the names of men disatis-  fied with the work of Mr. Ross.  To say that these men are sitting  back in the Liberal convention  sulking is ridiculous and a most  unworthy and disgraceful means  of villification.  The assertion that the convention at Vernon was the product  of the machine, we have characterized elsewhere as a. plain falsehood. So far -as Mr. Sidley's  statement of tne repWseti'&i-Sdnlj'P  the Greenwood Association-is concerned there is no use mincing  words, it also is thoroughly false.  As to what Mr. Ross has or has  not been able to do for Mr. Sidley's owu personal interests, we  have very little to say. It is,,how-  ever, very probable that Mr.Ross'  actions towards Mr. Sidley haye  merited a much more kindly reply from Mr. Sidley.  Not a single other name beside  that of the sitting member   was  publicly or privately so far as we  know, proposed to be  put before  the convention at Vernon.    It is,  of course, galling to ihe Conservative party and   particularly to  the Provincial government that  so great loyalty to Mr. Ross was  found among the Liberals of Yale  Cariboo.    The object of its  articles which   contain only   vituperation and abuse of the most general kind,  is  perfectly  apparent  and will not at all effect the prospects of tbe Liberal   party   here.  Tbey serve only to illustrate  the  strength of Mr. Ross' position  in  tbe political lite of   the   country  and the influence which he wields  in opposition   to  the    impetuous  and hot-headed movements   particularly of the Attorney-general.  We do not pretend here to discuss  in   detail   the    record   of     Mr.  Ross in Ottawa.    Before au election comes off there will be plenty of time for  that.    Neither   do  we care for prophecy   on   which  the Proxroce seems to be  strong  bub if it is to be prophecy, we are  perfectly sure that when an  election does come, the men of Yale-  Ciiriboo   will   stird   sh ukler to  shoulder to show thc entiiecountry that thev are back of  a  man  ������vho is not   afraid to  antagonize  ���my interest in order to pursue the  course be thinks to be   the   best  interests of his constituency.    In  , i conclusion we can agree with the  If You Wish  to Buy  DD  (0  Wire us for Quotations  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  orBostonare unequalled  Even our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than they.  Why ? Because our  Eastern connections are  of the very best.  The stock business is  a sideline with us consequently we can afford  to handle your business  on a very small margin.  Give us yoiir limit and  ' we will fill your order at  <!  a lower figure if possible  We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  McDERMIDfc  McHARDY,  NELSON,       ,        B.C.  ity of a soft job, a postmastership  oraomething  and  retiring from  the onerous duties entailed  by  ^potitK^;sSri?*euti ������)���.�� i f yob ��� call -..'il*  that when a man   is devoted   to  government that means the   progressive and spirited development  of the country.   No one, not even  the Province will accuse Mr,Ross  of   shirking   his   parliamentary  work.    It is simply that he   has  been too active   for   their   sweet  comfort, that they are so violently opposing him.  Canadian Mininir Institute���Western  .   Branch  E. B. Dill 55.  J. L.Watson 55j Province that "Mr. Duncan Ross,  \l they are not ready "to take  the j A. Bunting 52 jluck? doS that he is, is not cast  consequences. K. C. B. Frith 50 I ing up in his mind the advisabil  The following notice has been  sent out tothe members of CM, I.  Western Branch:  The second general meeting of  members of the Western Branch  of the Canadian Mining Institute  will be held at Rossland, British  Columbia, on Thursday, May 14,  1908. All members of the Institute in good standing-residiugin  Western Canada and the neighboring parts of the United States  are, by virtue of such membership, also members of the Western  Branch.  Members are earnestly requested to make au effort to attend the  eisuing meeting and are cordially  invited to contribute papers for  reading at it; also to kindly notify the Secretary that thev will do  so. if such be their iutentio;!.  K.   Jacobs,   Secretary   of   tbe  Western Branch, Victoria, B.C.,  April 15, 1<)08.  T. R Drummond  The B iston Commercial this  week bas the following note of  T. R. Drummond'*-. change of position: A. D. Moffatt will be succeeded bv T. R. Drutumond as  superintendent of the Cactus mine  and mill of thv. Newlionse Mines  and Smelter Corporation on May  Ut. Mr. Drumni >nd was formerly superintendent of th�� Utah  Consolidated. He later went to  the Dom iu ion Copper Cj-yper Co.  in British Columbia, then to the  Nippissing mines at Cobalt, Ont.,  and from there to tlieCactiis.  %  *���/���  -*>d  ft*H  nM ���TS.g'gtS^-��� fr*'ffl^^^ m**'  ���^SB^jyjg-ff L'^jsagB  ���^ :'-V'SSV-rff  ^k^^^'v^^*!^  ,... .���K"lra!,!tS3rs  THE  BOUNDARY  CREEK   TIMES  *^fnmfflm!aTO^^ ��  Cr*  <Z=**  (-=*��  CF*  CF*  CF"-  CF*  <��.  e.  CP**  ff=��  0=-<  CF*  <F*  ..Bank of Montreal.  h  -$11,000,000.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.        Rest   UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lost. Stkatbcona ��md Mount Hotai., G. C. M. G.  Branches in London, Eng. USJ^&SU I��w York, CMcago.  Buy aad sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial at.  Travellers' Credits, available in any part.of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  Hi  ���*=-?  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$lO,O0O,O00. Reserve Fund.$5,000,000  ctples, has been throughout   his  life   an  uncompromising   Tory.  Tbe formal going over   of   The  News is significant only because  it seems to confirm the  idea that  P! I it is impossible to conduct in Can-,  ada   a   live   independent   daily.  The fact has no political   meaning other than this for Mr. Willi-  son's tactics have been   those   of  "the hammerer."   Fixing his attention on any   particular thing  he carried his denunciation of it  to the limit and this sort of journalism is most effective  in party  work.    Anv-changes in his own  ideas or feelings towards the Liberal   party   have,   been   brought  about, we believe, more   because  of his social relations than  anything else.  THE LURE OF LITTLE VOICES.  B. E.  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  There's aery from out the loneliness���  oh, lUten, honey, listen !  Do you hear it, do you fear it, you're  a hbldin'of me so !      .-������.-..���  You're a sobbing- in your sleep,dear,and  your lashes, how they glisten���I  Do you hear   the Little;Voices all a-  begging me to go ?  All a-begging trie to leave you.    Day  and night they're pleading, praying.  On the north wind, on the west wind,  from the peak and from the plain;  Night and day they never leave me���  doyou know what they're saying?  "He was ours before you got bim.and  we want him once again."  Yes.they're wanting me.they're haunt-  ing me, the awful lonely places ;  They're,whining and they're wht trip  ering as if each had a soul ;  They're calling from the   wilderness,  ""* the vast and godlike space��,  : stark and Siiiicu  sentinel the Pole.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BANKlDEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn, by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS,  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       ���'Haixett."  1 Bedford M'Neill's  Codes ���{ Moraing * Neal's  Grmbnwoob. B. O*  ' Leiber's  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  Mo. 38.1.0. 0. P.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In the  I. ��. O. F. Hall.     A  cordial  luvl tation Is ex  tended to all sojourning bretbern.  W.B.FLEMING, *��. SXOSEK  N   R V. li.  FRED B.  HOLMES.  Rec. Sec.  'cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every "Friday  BY TBI  Bonmlaiy Creek Printing aM Publishing  Co., Limited.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yb/u-    2 00  Six Months  1 25  To  FORBIQN  COTJKTRIBS. , 2 SO  Editor  A. D. Macfarlane  FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1908  all, we might feel gravely concerned over the stateof this country. Of course, where editors  ridiculously overreach themselves  as the editor of the Province has  been doing continually of late, to  vent what is simply spite, their  falseness is glaringly apparent  and the thing to those wbo know  gives them confidence in the hope  that in many of the'things they  do not know, the talk of the influence of this mysterious machine  is ephemeral and a lie.  To people who are ignorant of  the actual facts in these cases  however, the circulation of such  articles its destructive of their  confidence in tbeir country.  It is certainly not necessary to  say what such a loss of confidence  means to the future of the country. If it is all a part of the  game of politics, surely it can  and should be played with some  consideration for the best interests of the country. The political  life of Canada cannot be said to be  corrupt unless we are willing to  admit that the whole life of the  Canadian people is of that kind.  And if this is true, the problem  ought to be dealt with in some  other way than that used by the  Province.  mining adviser for James J. Hill, has  brought suit to recover a quarter interest in the Nickel Plate mine at Hedley,  estimated to be worth more than $4,000,-  000. An offer to sell the mine at. a  $4,000,000 Valuation was mmed down  recently. The case will have to be  fought before British Courts, for the  property is located on JameB J. Hill's  new Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern  Railroad, now building t'.rough British Columbia.  Rodgere claims in his suit that he  was a mining engineer Bent out by  Marcus Daly during liis lifetime to find,  profitable mining propositions on -the  basis of a 75 and 25 per cent split. Rod-  gera paid a quarter of his expenses and  as an illustration of his work lor Daly,  he travelled 135,000 miles within three  years to find a profitable mining venture.   He travelled 36,000 miles is Mex-  prepare for war. In &ne of health keep me resistant  powers of your body unimpaired. This is the surest  defence: against disease. An .occasional cup of  "BOVRIL" supplies that extra strength and nourishment  which everyone needs to escape the ills which ate so  .    prevalent at this season. .  ico uiunc.  The Province with its usual  mendacity says that the nomination of Duncan Ross was a  triumph for the machine. Many  a schoolboy over the country  trembles at this territ^e word���  the machine. It is, it can be only the embodiment of supreme iniquity. It ia the thing that  spreads a trail of curruption over  the land���the machine. It is of*  fleered by bold and bad men who  uanmchingly,unhesitatingly and  without pity crush all that is  good beneath their feet only to  give perfectly free vent to a lust  for power over their fellow men���  these are the grafters of the machine. The fear of the consequences of such a system makes many  a young man shudder and grow  sick at heart.  The article in the Province  needs no reply. It is simply  'vituperation. It is however an  illustration of the way ia which,  baseless slander is bandied about  regardless of the effect its circulation ba; on the spirit of the  country. This practice is much  too common in politics. For if  all i be allegations made in connection with this term "the' machine" had anything in   them   at  In Toronto, it is stated that  "The News," edited by Mr. J. S.  Willison, ia to be made the organ  of the Conservative party, Mr.  Willison while bred and raised in  Conservative principles, was educated by Liberal journalists and  became for some time, editor of  the Toronto Globe. As editor of  the News, Mr. Willison has been  more or less of a disappointment.  His paper has never become a successful evening newspaper for Mr.  Willison is one of those men who  can be spoken of as a journalist  rather than a newspaper man.  As a writer, he has command of  the purest English and a most  forciable and penetra&ing style.  As a managing editor of the  news department of aipaper, lacking the gossipy nature, his paper has never reached a high place.  So much bo has this been the  case that many newspaper men  in Toronto contend strongly that  it was the Globe which made Mr.  Willison and not Mr. Willison  who made the Globe. The News  has always been considered in its  home city to be a Conservative  paper as it has been owned and  dominated by Mr. J. W. Flavellc  who though a man of high prin-  The variety of the departments  of government service is well illustrated in the annual report of  J. A. Kuddick, Dominion Dairy  and Cold Storage Commissioner,  which has just come to hand in a  volume of 174 pages. It deals  with the work of four important  divisions of the department of  Agr iculture, n amely, Dairyin g,  Fruit, Extension of Markets and  Cold Storage, is well illustrated  with half tones, and contains  maps showing the various, fruit  growing districts of the Dominion  In the section devoted to dairv-  idg, the Commissioner reyiews  the dairy industry and gives some  interesting figures bearing on the  trade. A large amount of space  is devoted to a complete report of  the Cow Testing Association. A  review of the apple industry of  Canada by Mr. McNeill ib a feature ot the section devoted to fruit  and the working of the Fruit  Marks Act is dealt with at some  length.  The methods which are employ-  ed to improve tbe handling of  perishable products receive considerable attention, and the report shows what is being done  along this line.  Under the head of Cold Storage  the various services are described  and some general information on  the subject is also given.  There has been prepared along  with this report, but published  separately, a map showing the  approximate location of,all cheese  factories and creameries in Canada. The report makes interesting and instructive' reading for  any person connected with the  industries touched upon. Copies  may be secured by application to  the Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner, Ottawa.  They  mitss my  little camp fires, ever  brightly, bravely gleaming  In  the womb of desolation,  where  was never man before j -  ,  As comradeless I sought them,  lion-  hearted, loving, dreaming.  And they hailed me as a comrade,  and they loved me evermore.  And now they're all" a-crying,, and its  no use me denying ;  The spell ifthem is on me and I'm  helpless as a child;  My heart is aching, aching, but I hear  them, sleeping, waking,  It's the lure of Little  Voices, it's the  mandate of the Wild !  ���CharleB Service  ����������'{noi##**0*ci*>i����*��oe*ii�� ���***����  !    MINING   1  %   .       ��� %  ��**��A-��*��a*������*o��*����**s>��*��������  Thos. R. Drurnmonnd, a year ago  manager of the Dominion Copper Co.,  and since then in charge of the Nipissing mine,Cobalt, Ont..istakingcharge  as manager of the Cactus mine, of the  Newhouse Mines and Smelter Corporation, in Utah,  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  fhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  I  Coffee  Soices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  L...  According to special cable advices  from Nome, Alaska, bankers and miners of Seward peninsula expect to realize this year the largest spring production in trie history of Alaska It will  probably reach $3,000,000. From all  the camps reports have been received  of unusually rich dumps piled up during the winter season. A new tin find  said to be of; immense promise is reported from Brooks Mountain.  According to the Se ittle Times M.  K. Rodgers.'for fifteen years a special  representative of the Anaconda Mining Company, the personal friend of  Marcus Daly, representative of the  Gi-uggenheinis  in   Alaska and  former  This is the way the Hedley  Gazette views the result of the  Liberal Convention. The Major's  compliments to his political opponents are, of course, well salted :  The Liberals of Yale-Cariboo have  certainly done themselves much more  credit than those of Westminster, for  after all there was no reason why the  convention should turn Ross down. He  has given the party a loyal support  that never for an instant wavered during the term and no one can truthfully  say that he has not shown ability.  Huge rents in his armour there may be,  but to the huskies on the other side of  the fence will belong the exploitation  of these.  SHILOH'S  Quick ease for the worst cough���quick  relief to the' heaviest   cold���and   SAFE  to take, eyen for a child.    g~%  That   is    Shiloh's   Cure.  _^HreS  Sold under~a guarantee   Courffa.S  to cure colds and coughs    o.  g~i    11  quicker   than; any .other   �����*����� *-��01QS  medicine���or your money back.    34 years  of success commend Shiloh's Cure.   26c,  50c, $1. 316  QUICKLY!  Hotel...  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in theCity  ERNEST j.CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest FiiriiisW House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class fear.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST-CUSS CAFE. OPEN DAY AKD NIGHT  "i-.:  :.jf  Is unexcelled, as is evidenced by  its  its popularity in all the towns  of. the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  ���ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  ���<*tr��*tp��*t*4**��r**r*l-��*i-��g����4'*l-����*������4**f4*4* *  11 Mil GUI IBM. I  4��     :.'---,,������ "CY ��� 4* .*  4* ,..   ...    ,   ...   +  ��  : .      ... .  <��� ! ��� '���=   ��- ���       1 -'        ��  ' Electric  current   supplied   for - <     * i  4�� Power, Lighting,   Heating aud . ��j.  *f* Ventilating.     Power furnished - 4"  ���jl for Hoisting and air-compres- T  ��j�� sing plants,   with  an absolute- *����  .? guarantee of contintcus-rower 4��.  4.    ,      . * ������; . *������������ :������ : ���1  �����}>  ���$> service for operating.  : : :   :   : <j>  + ���  " ' + '"  <-f�� - ...     .-,... aU  t Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Monej %  ^at       , - ' .*'"*''*'" 1. 1 ' j  _       . jt** _ ^*��  *+4>4!4r,'++'$&$+'++$4t^+4t4*++4tJau+Jl[tJ9**  TBL. 198  Get acquainted with  Black Watch  the big black plug  chewing tobacco. A  tremendous favorite  everywhere, because of  its richness and pleasing  flavor. ^  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OL,A LOFSTAD,        - Proprietor  I  OO-Bt^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO^C-*  m, BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65. 6  oooooooooooooootH>ooooooo<yo  Pardonable at this Season, but the Results  are Unpleasant  Bating more thjan is necesssary is like^j  choking a fire ,by putting on too much  fuel. The food is not only undigested and  useless, but a menace to health; Depression, drowsiness, headache, nausea, flatulence, and indigestion, are some of the  consequences. A Bilean after dinner is the  best help to the overburdened stomach:  AU sufferers from dyspepsia find Bileans  indispensable. They enable you to- eat  what you like, when you like, and how  you like. Unequalled as a family medicine.  INTERESTING CURE BY BILEANS,  Lady who h-rf Dyspepsia for a Year.  Ladies' Calling Cards,Hol-  land - Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  ������   Mrs. Charles Morrelt, 35 Cornwall Street, Toronto," Ont., says : "I was a  sufferer from acute dyspepsia for 12 months before using Bileans.    Pains in  the chest and in the region of the heart, aud a serration of fulness in the  stomach,' usually after meals, were some of the symptoms.   Such sudden and   '  severe af ack   of pain in the region of the heart made me think I bad heart  disease, but iny doctor said there was nothiin 'wrong with that Organ, and  the whole trouble lay m the foqd not, digesting properly.   J tried doctor's  medicines and various remedies advised l>y friends' aud' by druggists, but  :  nothing seemed able to qure me of those ter; ible pains'aud tiie distress after   '.  . iood'until I began' using Bileans.   A very few gave trie such relief that I kept  on using until Thud no more trouble with my heart or stont i h. Iwas recom-  .mended to try Bilean* by parties *yhp had used them aaa fiimily medicine for  ujoug time, and now I would strondy recommend them to any sufferer from "  indigestion or allied symptoms.    There is nothing to equal Bileans as an '���_  all-round medicine for young and old. "      -  Bileans are altogether -llfiferent and superior to the ordinary stomach and liver  medicines. Tcey are purely vegetable in composition and are a certain cure for headache, nausea, andalltheeffeot-otindigestlon. TheyalRooureconatipation.pllep, female  -ailments and irregularities,, anosmia. Theumatlsm,debillty,Wood Impurities, and all  ailments aud disorders arfslnfr from defective bile; flow and assimilation. Of all drntt-  gtslaatSQcabox, or post free from fie Bilean Co., Toronto, for price.   6 boxes for��2 (a.  me&mm^ttmeui  aaHcaaHtaiiasaHBaBei  riMTiiHTiiitiflm  ���riJBffiimiif'iiii  atanta ~mm  *m-  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  Provincial Items  Kaslo will have a weekly half holiday between May 1st and September  1st this year.  G. W, Taylor, Dominion Fishery Ex-  pert'is expected in Ka-do/-today. He  will-come from there to Greenwood,  The C.P.R. are placing-   orders   for  0-r>*0-0004'K>00*00000000000-00000  MACHINERY  FOR SALE  2,009,000 ties for their eastern roads.  They have also purchased 60 cars of  lumber from mountain mills and have  still further extensive orders to place.  The Altar Society of theR.C. church  at Grand Forks- are holding a bazaar  on the 11th, 12th, aud 13th of May.  Four inmates of a Japanese.work  train were smothered to. death last  week in a snowslide at Down ie Siding,  15 miles east of Revelstoke.  The V. V. & E. is creeping- steadily  nearer Hedley. The steam shovel wai  last week taken across the Similkameen river and is working now near  Fiftee'n-tnile.  ��  ���-L  Four Ingersoll.Sergeant  Class   "A"  Straight  Line Air  Compressors.  . Air Cylinders26# in. x 30 iu.    In  'r      good working condition.'Available  "'...   about July, 1908. .'������ -   '  Ofne Vulcan, four-wheel, Saddle tank,  ,~ Steam Locomotive, 42 in.   guage.  Cylinders 10yi in, x 16 in.���Built  1903.   Immediate delivery.  One Canadian,four-wheel, Saddle tank,  Steam. locomotive, 42 in. guage.  Cylinders   10 in/x  14 in.-���Built  1902,   Immediate delivery.  One-Porter, four-wheel, Saddle   tank,  Steam Locomotive,Standard guage  - -4ft 8>�� in.   Cylinders 7. in. x 12 in.  Purchased. 1901. Immediate delivery.  Four Jeffrey, ten ton, Electric Loco-  ���motives, 36 in. guage, 220 Volt.,  Direct Current. In good working  order.   Available about July 1908  Three ledger wood Electric Hoists,  75 h.p. Equipped with duplicate  Jeffrey U.K.���30 h.p. Motors, 220  . volt. Direct Current, Available  about May, 1908  One Aldrich Electric Pump. Portable-  Mounted for 36 in. track. Capacity  * 100 gallons on 300 ft lift Equipped  ���with 10 h.p. Westinghouse   Motor,  - 220 Volt. Direct Current. Purchas  ed 1907.   Immediate delivery.  The machinery listed above will all  be "available during present season,  owing7 to being replaced by larger  equipment,  .Write for detail specifications and  prices.  The Crow's 1st Pass  Coal Company, Limited  .   J. B. TrjRNBY, Purchasing Agent,  FERNIE,  B.C.  :*oooooooooooooc>oooooooooooo  Dr. J. H. King, of Cranbrook, will  probably receive the Liberal uomlnat  ion for Kootenay. The name of F. J  Deane, of the Nelson News is also mentioned.   -  the Cascades 672 licenses were issued,  and west of the Cascade 988 ; coal lie-  erases +2. The total receipts of the  month in thin department amounted  to $225,792.50 as agaiust $160,000 for  February. ^  Cam.-Fraser, formerly a well known  railway bridge foreman on the Mountain aud.Shuswap division of the C P.  R., has been appointed to succeed the  late Mr. McKenzie as superintendent  of bridges and buildings on the Col urn-  ia and Western railway. He will have  his. headquarters at Nelson.  Prevent the Forest Fires.  Last week 230 immigrants were  brought to B.C. from the Old Country  by the Salvation Army. They go to all  parts of the province.  E. E., Gibson, who has immediate  charge of the West Kootenay Power  Co.'s hydro-electrical service, in the  Boundary,, has opened an office in  Grand Forks.  Matt Meka'la is the name of the Finn  who tried to jab his wife with a knife  last week in   the   peaceful hamlet  of,  Phoenix.   Judge Hood let him off with  a lecture.  There are 45 prisoners in the Nelson  gaol. The prisoners are kept busy on  all sorts of public work���fixing up the  race track, school yards, park, etc.  Sam W. Fraser, a machine man at  the Snowshoe mine before it closed on  Nov. 11 last, committed sucide recently  in Spokane. He was 25 years of age  and had come from Nova Scotia. More  recently he worked at Field on McDen-  aid and Czowokt'a long tunnel project,  leaving there on March lit. He had  only $1.40 in his purse when found.  Timber and coal licenses for the  month of March reached the very respectable figures of $32,650.   East of  "An ounce of prevention is worth a  pound of cure" The protection of a  forest from fire is one of the best possible illustrations of the old saying;  for often a few-minutes spent in thoroughly extinguishing a camp fire or a  quarter of an hour passed inputting  out an incipient blaze may mean, and  often has meant, t^e saving of* manv  thousands of dollars' worth of timber.  This, is the main jdeapf the patrol sys-  *The Blood Is The JJfe��  Science has never gone beyond 'flu  above simple statement of scripture. But  it has illuminated that statement and  given It a meaning ever broadening with  the increasing brendth. of knowledge.  When the blood la "bad ** or Impure It  is not alone the? body which suffers  through dfsease. ' The. brain Is also  clouded, She mind; and- judgement are  effected, and^��-rny aa evil deed or impure  tho^ht^ni^>4*^(lirectly traced tp the  impuMCy*of the bto<a<��> Foul, impure blood  can be made piirfi'hy t,l|<* ns-v of p*.  Pierce's JGolden Medical Discovery; - It  coriches arM r>nrlH->-* |he hlrmd t.h7r��hS  curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and  other cutaneous affections, as eczema,  tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other  manifestations of impure blood.  <��>   .. ��       ��   .   ��       ��       ��  In the cure of scrofulous swellings, enlarged glands, open eating -ulcers, or old  sores, the ** Golden Medical Discovery "has  performed tho most aiiirvelbus cures. In  iviaes of old sores.or open eating; ulcers.  Is is well to apply Ip.the open sores Dr.  Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which possesses wonderful healing potency wheD  used as an application to the sores in conjunction with the use pf "Gulden Medical  Di��50very''as a blood cleansing constitutional treatment; If your; druggist  don't;h&ppen to havo'the "All-Healing  Salvo" In stock, you can easily procure It  by inclosing fifty-four cents;in postage  stamps to Dr. E. V. Pierce, 663 Main St,  Buffalo, N. "JT.���Jmd f twill cometo-you by  return post Mpsifc druggists keep it as  well as the "Golden Medical Discovery.**  �� �� '- '��iicJ8>^��-''' �� '���>'  You can't affort to accept any medicine  of unknown compbsUimi aa a substitute  for "Golden Medical Discovery," which Is  a medicine of; 'ihiomi:composition,  having a complete list of Ingredients in  plain English on its bottle-wrapper, the  same being attested as correct under oath.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate  aad invigorate stomach, liver and bowels  ��*  For .Business Mea s  Letterheads, .;..  Envelopes, '7;/\  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  -    Business cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  , Shipping Tags,  For Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  Blotters, ^Etc  w  Society Printing:    '  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,   "  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private calling cardB,  Lodge Printing,  ���'������ church Printing,  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing, t'-  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  Mining" Co.'s Printing:  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,    .  , Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  .        Time Cards, ,  Mining Reports,  _-  Shipping Reports, Etc  m  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster  -printing in Southern  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.    -  tern carried on in Ontario and Queb* c  forests for past years; what is aimed t  is to discover the fire in its early stages  and put it out then, before it haa a  chance torea^h large proportions.  Small forest fires do a tremendous  amount of damage which is not realia-  et*. Such fires, burning, in the dead  ���leaves and other litter of the- forest  ���."surface" fires) or Consuming the soli  itself ("ground" fires) wound the roots  and based of the trees and these wounds  give an entrance to fungi and insects.  In places   in   the   Riding Mountain  forest reserve, in Manitoba, it is found  that, among the poplar trees, three out;  of every four are affected with  rot-in  the "butt" log���i.-..,   the  log nearest  the stump���a condition which is due to!  the fast just mentioned, as the reserve  has been   repeatedly   burned   over in  years past,  Most to be fea red, of course,   are the  Government Street,  29  Greenwood, B. C.  \^m  A leading health journal in answering the question, " What is the best  preemption to oleen and purify the  blood t prints in a recent issue the  folio-Ting :  Thud Extract Dandelion: one ounce;  Ooapoand Salatoae, one ounce  Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, four  ouavei.  8hak�� wall and use in tesspoonful  dosesalter each meal and at bedtime.  A well-known physioiaa states that' j*  thaaa ore harmless vegetable ingre?;  disnta, whioh can bo obtained atom  any good proscription pharmacy.  This mixture will olean the blood  iof ell impurities.   In just rt few days 4  tke skin begins to olear of sores, bods *  and  pimple*.    It  put*   vigor  and  ���ncrgy into   run-down   debilitated  as* and women.   For many yearo  Sacupsrill* alone has been considered  t a good blood medioine.    But while  X it Milt up and made new blood, the  j imparities remained within and the  good socomplished was only temporary.    Baraapsrilla, however,   when  used ia combination with Compound  ... , ,i  Salatone   and   Extract   Dandelion,. I  fires which   consume the entire for:sr,J J works wonders.    This combination   f  the "crown" fires.   Evidence of many  ��� H����IM'UlltMH'��M'��  vl  SAYS THIS IS BEST  lit ���^*^><w*^  of these can be seen in mile after mile  of the wooded districts of Canada,  where charred black trunks are all that  is left of what was once a thick, green  forest. Occasionally even more serious  disasters occur as in the well known  ���diramichi. N B., fire of October, 1825,  where 160 lives were lost and a quarter  of a million pounds sterling were lost J  in property consumed. '���'���  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  In the Matter of the Estate rf Joseph Cellclate  . of Carmi, in tne Province of British Columbia,  Deceased.  NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN tiat all creditors and others having'claims against tbe  Estate of Joseph Celle, who died on or aboot  14 th ' 'cto ber, 1006, are requested on or before  the 23rd day of April, 1908, to send by post- prepaid, or dejiver to tlie undersigned, their christian orsurnames. addresses 'and descriptions,"  full particulars of tUeir claims duly verified,  statement of their account arid tlie nature of the  sreuri'v if any beldby'hem  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such la'.t muntioiied djte^ne.administrator  Clement Vnclier, will proceed" to distribute the  assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard; only; to the claims  of wliich lie shall then haTe;:jlotlce ; and that.:  tlie said administrator will:>*ot-be liable*for the '  said assets, or dny part tliireof,-.to any person  or persons of whose claims .notice shall not  have bi'en received by him. at the time of the  said distribution. -,!-  DATED at Greenwood,-B*:C., this 28th day of  March,'19CS. :..:. v4:. ���  J.D. SPENCiE.'Greeifwood, B. C,  Solicitor for Clement Vacher, Administrator  I  I pate the kidneys 'to work to filter  j anti sift out the waste matter, uric  said, and other impurities that cause  disease. It makes nsw blood and  relisvM rheumatism and lame baok  aud bladder troubles.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF  GREENWOOD  NOTICE Is hereby glv��*n that the Assessment Roll for the year 1908 lias be*n returned, and can be inspected by any person bavin-f  an interest therein until the sittinjr of the  Court of Revision. The fitst sitting of  the Court of Revision on the said Assessment  Roll will be iield in the City Hall,  Greenwood,on Monday, the lltli day of May,  1908, at 10o'clock, a.m. Any person desiring to  make complaint agaiust his or h>ir assessment  must give notice in -writing to the Assessor,  statinr the ground of hla or her complaint at  least ten days before thetaid date.  G. Bl TAYLOR.  C.M.C.  Greenwood, B. C, April 6th, W08.  Il  D  i mil Piutt i  ti  THE  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15,1906)  Is a.dozen books In one, covering the  history. Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Financec of  Copper. It is a practical book, raaef��1  to all and necessary. to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry. ���: )  Its facts will pass muster with tbe  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain Eng.  Ush without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4636 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded te  he the  Jdst Because  it storgjs-  dont cdnftna  yourself.^  indoors  PROVIDE  VORYOmt  cSmpobt  lyvnarina  <Wb#5^^*W  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.,   LTD.  ���a���>v>>>��>aa>M>��>a>B>>>aiw>K>iMl>>>>>Ba^iMB^  New Westminister. B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  o *���>�����������>��*�����*��*.  ���#&^&&&2&S&  I  LAND REGISTRY ACT  BveryOkurt-Mat  Ousremssd.  a00*t&utti&>*M  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  GRANITE MOUNTAIN and IRON KING  MINERAL CLAIMS, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:    On Eholt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C.JR.Shaw,agenl for  James Sullivan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B4721 and Jerry Drlscoll. Free Miner's Certificate No. B6720, Intend, sixty days from tbe date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements for the pnrpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim,  And further take.notice that action, under  section^, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate bf Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of November. A.D. 1907.  C M. SHAW.  B.C.L.S.  LAND NOTICE  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  min ing and the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price ia $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not fonnd  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan  I WET WEATHER^KHfflj  HrJUTHFUL  AND  PLEASANT  IF YOU WEAR  '525  ^BtafsP  <HgD$  gold Eveiywlieie  SlmHkameen Land District.  District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that T Isabella Bti ans��, of  Midway, B.C., occupation Housekeeper, intends to apply for permlsslonto purchase the  following described land: ���  Commencing at a post planted at the North-  East cornerof H. Strauns'Pre-emption. Lot No.  787S thence East **0 chains; thence sonth 20  chains; thence west 40 chains; thence north 20  chains to point of commencement, and containing 80 acres more or less.  ISABELLA STRAUSS.  Fer H. STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated February 15th, 1908.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has been  made to register James Henrv Hlgtrinsas  the owner in Fee Simple*, linger a Tax Sale  Peed from George Birkett Taylor. Collector of  Mniicipalitv of City . of Greenwood, to James  Hfnrv niirgins.bearing date the Twentieth day  of December. A.D. 1WT. of all and singular tbat  certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying anil being in the City of Greenwood,  in the Provinre of Ttrltish Columbia, more particular!** known and described as Lot twenty-  ihree (231, Block J, Map46, <Jlty of Greenwood,  B.C.  You and each of you are required "to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-  fivd days from the date of the first insertion of  this notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens bting filed-���and in -"efault  of redemption���within such period, you will be  forever estopped and debarred from setting up  any claim to or iu respect of the said land, and  I shall register James Henry Higgins as owner  thereof. *  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloopp,  Province of British Columbia,.this Thirty-first  day of December, A.D.. 1907.  W. H. EDMONDS, District Registrar.  To Edward Nash, Esq., and  William H. Asouith.  %��W��OOOOOOOO���>�����%OOOQOO0O*t  CANADIAN  ^    PACflFtc  |R A I L W A Y.j  Application No. 12535a.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale.  TAKE   NOTICE  that  I Frederick   Craw- j  ford.of Park Raptds,Minneso-.a,occnpation  Fsrmer.'intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: i  Commencing at a post planted 60 chains Northerly from the Nol-tb-west Corner of H.  Strauss' Pre-emption, Lot No. TiTiS, tlience  north 60 chains; thence west 2u chains; thence  ���ontb 60 chains; theace east 20 chains tn point  of commencement, and containing 120 acres,  more ar lass.  FREDERICK.CRAWTORD,  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated the 15th day of February, 1908.  TAKE NOTICE that an application lias  been made to register Harcourt P. Dickinson as theowuerin FeeSlmple.underaTax Sale  Deed from Georire Birkett Taylor. Collector of  Municipality of the City of Greenwood, to  Harcourt P. nickinson.bearinirdate the 7th day  of December.A.D. 1907, of a 1 and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises  situate, lying and being in the City of Greenwood, in the Provinceof Britisli Colombia.more  particular]y known and described as���the North  36 feet of Lot Five C51. Block Eleven (11), Map  Twenty-One (21), City of Greenwood.  You and each of yon are required tn contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five  days from the date of the first insertion of this  notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate  of lis pendens being filed���and in default of re  demption���within such period, you will be for  ever estopped and debarred fron* setting np any  claim to or in respect of tbe said land, and I  shall register Harcourt P. Dickinson aa owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British Columbia, this Sixth  day of,January, A.D. 1908.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar  To LAURA A. WARD* ��� 7t  One Way Colonist Rates  Eastern Canada to  Alberta & British Columbia  Toronto, Brantford, Guelpti,  London. Gair.  46.05,  Kingston            - $50.10  Ottawa, via Pt. Arthur  or S-S. Mar.e     - 51.4.0  Ottawa, via Chicago - 52.4-5  Montreal                 - 52.70  Quebec          -        - 58.00  St. John. NB.  Moncton, N.B 60.95  Halifax           - 62*45  Correspondingly low rates frqm  all intermediate points. Tickets  oh sale Feb. 29 to April 29.1908.  For further particulars Call or  write,  J. MOE,  D.P.A. Nelson  E. J. COYLE,  A.G.P.A.Vancou rer  B.   R.    B8DPATH,   AGENT  GREENWOOD,  CKK>CH>0<K>0<*t��00<KK>0*0*090000��  Painting  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decon  ating promptly done.  Oiall Papering  Und Kalsomitiitig  Send in yeur spring orders.  Box 255, Greenwood. -  8hop Government street.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District*   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I Henry tiStrauss of  Midway, B.C., bv occupation Parmer,  intend to applv for permission to purchase the  following described land: Commencing at a  post planted at the North West corner of H.  Strauss Pre-emption Lot No. 787 S, tbence north  80 ch tins; thence east 80 chains; thence south  80 chains; thence west 80 chains to point of  commencement, and containing 640 acres, more  or less.  HENRY STRAUSS,  Dated February 3rd, 1*)08.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen Long, of Park  Kapids,   Minn., occupation   Housekeeper,  intends toapply   for   permission   to purchase  the following described lands:   Commencing at  a post planted at the South East corner of Application to   Purchase Record No. 264S being  Survey  Lot No. 783S;  tbence east 80chains ;  tlience south 60 chains;   thence west 80 chains;  tlience north 60 chains to point of commencement, and containing 480 acics, more or less.  ELLEN LONG,  - Per "Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated December 9th, 1907  Similkameen Land District   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE'hat William Edward McArthur ol Green wo* mJ, l.ritisli Columbia,  1>>-occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  f.tr a Hj**-cial timber licence fver lhe following  dc-.-cribed lands: Commencing at a |xj��t planted  at about five chains dis'nnt in ;i-.i easterly  (iiit-ciion from tht* nonlnv.-st cuner of A.  i-'is-itr's prc-fmpiion. Lot !t*):<: ihence fast  nl>*nl 3'< chains*, thence south 40 chains to G  KiKUce's northwest oiruer: tbence east 3?  i-hniiw. tjieiici* nor li 40 chains to Lontier'*  southwest corner: thence north 4) chaitm:  Wi-Miceeast 10 cha ns; thence north 40 chains:  ih.'nc** west go chain*.: thence -.i.mh so chains  t.. lh-: place of beuintiing and conta-nlng 640  ��cr..s, more or less.  Located tbe 17th darof December. 1907.  William Edward McAsthcr.  Dated 27th December, 1907. ia3-Il  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regu  latiODs.  ANY available .Dominion Lands within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  homesteaded by any person who la the sole  head of a family, or any male over i8 years of  age, tc ihe extent of one-quarter section of 160  acres more or less.  Kn -y must be made personally at the local  land r ffice for the district in which the land Is  Bhu e. Entry by proxy may, however, be  ma e on certain conditions by the father,  m- :her, son, daughter, brother or sister of an  in ending homesteader.  The homesteader Is required to perform   b  conditions connected therewith nnder one    f  the following plans:  (1) At least six months' residenca upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  2 If the fa tber (or mother, if the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  /'arm in the vicinity of tl.e land entered for,tfae  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing with the father or  mother.  PJ If the settler has his permanent residence  upon '->- ning land owned by him in the vicinity )1 his homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should b-given  'o the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa ol intention to apply for  patent.  Coal.���Coal mining tights may be leased for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 per acre. Sot more than i&O  acres shall be leased to one individual or  company. A royalty at the rate of live cent  per ton shall be collected on the mcrchintable  roa< mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the  Minister of the In terior.  N. B.���Unauthorized   publication of   this  ad  vertlsement will not be paid for.  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that Joseph H. Leasia of  the District of Yale, Province of Britis.li  Columbia,by occupation timber cruiser, intends  toapply for permission tn purchase thelollox-ing  described land: Commencing at a post marked  J. H. Lexsia's S.E. Co-ner Post sitnaled at the  North East cornerof J.H, Feeney's application  Lot 621; thence north 20 chain*; thenc* we*t  70 chains: thence south-0 chaius; tbence ess  ilehains, to placeof commencement, and containing 40 acres, more or less.  Joseph H. Leasia. Locator  Dated November 2nd, 1*17.  Similkameen Lan3 District.   District  or Yate  '-pAKE NOTICE that Anna Wi;��>n.of l'ark  X Rapids. Minn., occupation nou-.etcvp-.-r,  intends to applv for permission t i purchas,;  ���the following described lands: Commencing  at apost planted at the North East corner of  W. Has;cr*s Pre-empt*��n Record No. 1I5S. b^inir  Sjrvey t. >l No. 7.S1S : thenc? East 50) chains  thrice -south " chiins: t!i?nce West *.) chain  thence north oo ch.iins, to ;).��'n*t of commence  ment containing 4S0 noes, more or lesa.  ANNA   WIL-ON  Per Hsiiry Stra'iss.Ave.1  Dated December Iltli,rs'7, ^'^ff^^^  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  i-3*-a��5a>i--*a��3a��5a!^^  Purity Flour  AND A  g,���**���  J Purely Personal  lfl, -i-r^isi '^,si^��<r-iS��~**s***il*~i*-*ii>,'~*,t***iH  ���***��� ii~*>��ii am M ' ** I *   **���*������ If ���  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller  Block, open evenings  read Maker  | Saves a deal of worry in the Kitchen,  and *to)e hal>e both in stock  Spring is Here at Last  You will  be  wanting' some  Paint  and Wall Finish to brighten  up  a  bit we keep the best,  Sherwin-William's Paints,  and Wall Finish  e n  COMPANY,  HARDWARE  CLOTHING  GROCERIES  *S��>!-iS-i,5i��-S-"=ff*5i^^  Always Ask for  li  Greenwood Ciquor  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  ���pJlJtjtJtJItjtJlJtjVjUjUjUjk-JtJtJI J*#J!tjtJt3ljtjtJltJ*Jtj)tj)tJlJ*#Jt ��,  %  *���*  a��  **  *���*  ���%  *%  ***,  No Fish is Too Slippery  For White's Fishing Tackle  If you want to catch the biggest fish in  the river, get your Flies, Hooks,Poles,  Reels from A. L. White. Tackle either for Sale or to Rent, Everything a  Sportsman needs���Guns, Ammunition,  and a Bag for your game���get them from  A. L. WHITE  Phone 16  FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN  **  *fc  V.  V.  "��  'a  **  **  Miss Etta Davis, of Nelson, is  visiting Mrs. Greig at the Pacific  Hotel.  T. Thompson, of Morrin and  Thompson, Phoenix was a visitor  in Greenwood yesterday.  R. C. Trimen left on Saturday  last for Rostbern, SaBk., hi9 successor, C. J. Curtis, of Winnipeg,  having- arrived on Friday evening.  Chas. McClung, of Phoenix, is  the new manager of the Windsor  Hotel.  V. R. Swanson,late of Oroville  and an old timer in Greenwood ia  at the Norden.  J. E. McAllister went to Spo-  ane yesterday morning on a short  business trip. l  H. W. Sharpe, of Sharpe and  Irvine, Spokane, made s business  trip to Greenwood this week.  D. Whiteside, of Grand Forks,  came over the hills on Tuesday  on business.  F. M. Elkins left on Wednesday  morning on an extended trip to  England. Mr. Elkins will be  away from two to three months  and will visit among other places  his former home at Reading.  F. Keffer and Mrs: Keffer left  yesterday morning'to spend a few  days on their ranch- at Boyd's  near Marcus. Mr. Keffer had recently several hundred core fruit  trees set out on hie ranch!  H. F. W. Behnsen, M.L.A. for  Victoria, and maker of the: ''Big  B" cigar was calling on the trade  in Greenwood last Tuesday.  Duncan Mcintosh has been confined to the house most of the  week with a bad cold. As a consequence news of the tunnel and  other mining matters is scarce  this week.  ���  J. A. Dinsmore, provincial constable of Grand Forks, and W.. J.  Devitt, Nelson, and G. H. Aston,  of Midway, were all in town last  Saturday. They were gathering  evidence and witnesses iu the  Cedio trial which is to take place  at the Aswzes here in May.  Harry Richardson, of the Granby mines office staff at Phoenix  was on the train that got no farther than Castlegar on Monday^  He returned on Tuesday by way  of the Great Northern. Rev. C.  W. Whittaker was in the same���  coach.  N. F. Kendall and Mrs. Kendall, of the Bank of Montreal,  Nelson, spent Easter with Mr.  and Mrs.. Proctor. Not getting  farther than Grand Forks on  [Monday they returned home via  Marcus and Northport on Tuesday.  Dr. II. S. Simmons and Mrs.  Simmons left on Monday's train,  intending to go as far as Creston  on the Crow's Nest branch near  Cranbrook. They will be away  for at least ten days and expect  to meet their son Harry who has  been attending the Royal College  of Dental Surgeons, before returning.  J.   TOWN 7 OTIC o   ((  T, Stuart Palmer reports that  the Italians on the Mother Lode  grade have been employing their  spare time in shooting grouse put  of season.  Try A. L. White's fishing tackle'.- It's the tackle to take the  fish in high water.  Last night the Rebekahs gave  a very successful at home to a  large gathering of guests in tbe  Eagles' Hall.  J. L. Coles has a stock of wall  paper that is unexcelled for tasty  designs. Look 'em over.  It is understood in local Conservative circles that Duncan Ross,  M.P., entered into arrangements  with the C.P.R. and the Deity to  obstruct the transportation of local Conservative delegates to  the what you can have with   one   of  A. L. White's Everyman's Wet or  Dry Hones, price $1 50  The ladies of the Guild of St.  Jude's church will serve High  Tea on Tuesday next in the store  recently vacated by Anderson  Bros. Supper from 5.30 to 7 p.m.  and a concert by the Greenwood  Concert Orchestra starting at  eight o'clock. One admission of  fifty cents includes both parts of  the entertainment. Children will  be admitted fer twenty-five cents.  County court on Tuesday disposed of a case" of- C. J. Leggatt  vs. The Thomas Drug Co. of Nelson. . Defendants deposed that  plaintiff was really acting for C.  M. Crouse, against whom they  had contra claim through Martin  Bole, and Wynn of Winnipeg.  Contra was for $381 while suit  covered liabilities of only $150,  Judgment was given the plaintiff  J. D. Spence appeared for plaintiff.  A Ranor new every morning is  Our s3*-stem  Campbell's Clothing  -    Special Tailoring Service     g k  offers to men who live in sfindll towns  tlie advantage of having their clothes  madtf to their measure���AS THEY  WANT THEM MADE���by the leading  tailors of Canada  '. Our representatives, Messrs The  Hunter Kendrick Co., Ltd., will be  pleased to show you a full line' of all  the latest faencs and designs from  . which to choose.  They will attend to your measurements and instructions and the clothing-experts in our factory will personally make your suit.  Our clothes are guaranteed to lit and  please you in every particular or money  refunded.  The  HUNTER KENDRICK   GO,   LTD  ^���*T8Pjc����,��ririr��i*-*PiriPiriP��firiJ'8P ar**'**?*'*'*'*'*'*'*'*? Fir trie  ,/~V~V.  The Palace Livery Stable  \t fines!  tails id  L  man  Mi  The Young Men's Club  \\\m fef  Drives  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  , , _ ���   *   ��� ���    ��� ��������������� ���               " ��� ���r   ���-   - ���  F. C. BUCKLESS,     PROPRIETOR |  A very interesting and profitable discussion took place at the  last meeting of the club. The  subject under consideration was :  What would be the best method  to pursue to control the liquor  traffic in British Columbia.  Tbe Gothenburg system, government control, and local option  all came in for a share of discussion.        0  While there were difterences-of  opinion as to the beHt method, all  were unanimously agreed that intoxicating- liquor is an awful  curse iu the land, and the hope  was strongly entertained that the  temperance work that is now  sweeping over many parts of the  continent will soon strike the  shores of British Columbia.  convention at Vernon.  J. H. Thomas, practical piano  maker, recommended by the best  houses in Canada.  Easter services in the various  ci*y churches were well attended.  At the evening service of St.  Jude's church, the Boy's Brigade  attended in full strength. The  Brigade is certainly doing well.  The boys are displaying a good  deal of enthusiasm.  ,   If you wish torent a piano, see  A. I,. White.  The first detachment of the  French colony went, into the Carmi country on Tuesday last. It  consisted of Rev. Father Ferroux  and three settlers who are taking some of the land that Father Ferrous bought,.from the C.  P.R. during the early part of the  winter. I. is expected that the  other settlers will come in steadily now as soon as they can arrange to leave their lands in Saskatchewan.  W. R. Inman, M.O., Eye Specialist^ Winnipeg and Vancouver  will be in Greenwood Monday  and Tuesday, April 27th and 28th.  Twenty-nine year's experience in  Winnipeg in correcting over 50,-  000 cases of defective eyes���insures the moat accurate results.  If you have any trouble with the  eyes or need glasses accurately  fitted consult him early���Free.  The Concert Orchestra dance on  Monday night provided a t hor-  oughly enjoyable evening. The  floor wasv not overcrowded, air  though well filled and the music  of the orchestra is about exhausting the complimentary vacabulary  of the people. The orchestra certainly deserves every bit of the  public patronage and congratulation it can receive for it is no  small credit to the town. The  supper at the Pacific Cafe was  splendidly served and much enjoyed.  * -  Mr. J. H. Thomas, official  Tuner for Mason & Risch Pi at o  Co., is in town. Leave your order at Thomas Drug Store or  phone 55.  The eightv-ninth anniversary  of the I.O.O.F. will be celebrated  by Boundary Valley Lodge No.  38, ou Sunday next. The order  will attend service" in the Presby-  ian church on the evening of that  day.  Any piano tuned by J.H. Thomas is guaranteed for one year.  J. B. Tierney came through on  last night,s train from Nelson,  His equipmentis of course, tied  up at Nelson but they hope to  have it here by Sunday at  least.  We have bargains in Wall Pap  er remnants that we wish to clears  Get busy before that tall chimney  starts spouting.    McRae Bros.  AT THE CHURCHES  PRBSBYTERIAN���Servicea will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a;m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct seivtees as usual at  Methodist Church morning'and evening  Sunday School at 3..  Cathomc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. ni.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedard, O. M.I.  pastor.  a*.* 4-4. * * * 4* * * * * * * ��** *******+**44,  -.���"*���  ;/' ���;������*.  . v*"  *.'. ���:<*:  4*  +  4*  4*  4*  4-  4* __^_  J-U asaamWaaaaaaaaK^ma\mmaaaWaammaaWaa\aW9aWaaa*aWm:  ��� .    '.  \       .' . -      .  * ���. : >���*-.-..���  I Bealey Investment & Trust Xo^ Ltd.  4�� OPPOSITE THE POST. OFFICE.;.  Cottage, 4 rooms,, close m.  "'������ 4 rooms, hear hospital  u       4 rooms, near Smelter  Log House,4 rooms " ���"���  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.  99999999999999999999999999999999999999999*99999999999  I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. 1  The services in the Anglican  church will be in future as follows: On the first and third Sun-  day,at'8 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. On  the second and fourth Sunday of  each month at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m.  Sunday school is held every Sunday at 12 o'clock noon.  AGONIZING PILES.  CURED BY ZAM-BUK.  Mr. F. Astridge, of 3 St, Paul street,  St. Catherines, Ont,, says: "For five  years I suffered yntold agony with prs-  trudiug piles. No one knows the suffering one has to endure only those  .who are so unfortunate a* to have them  The pain was so great at times I would  almost scream. I went down in weight  and had no appetite. I tried everything  I heard of for piles, but got no relief.  I went to several doctors, but they  would give me little hope of ever get  tine rid of them and I finally gave up  in despair. One day a friend gave me  a sample box of Zatn Buk salve and  told me of someone who had been cured,  I decided to try it, and the relief I got  was enccuraging I bought a box,and  the piles kept on diminishing and the  pain was getting less. I used three  boxes and am now completely curer1,  I wish I could have got Zam-Buk yea-s  ago, it would have saved me a great  deal of misery. One thousand dollars  would be nono too small an amount to  give for such a cure as mine. I wish I  could convince every sufierer of the  value of Zam-Buk." -  For healing eczema, running'sores,  cuts, burns, bruises, boils, eruptions,  scalp sores, pimples, spring eruptions,  itch, chapped hands, and diseases of  the {skin Zam-Buk if without equal,  All druggists and .-.tores sell it, 50c, or  post paid frcm Zam buk Co, Toronto  *  *  *  '��  �� .  *  *  9  9  t  9  9 .  ��  *  *  9"  9  9  9  ��� *  ��  *  9  9  9  9  DEALERS IN  Tres-b and Cured meats  Fi$b and Poultry*  a  * -  !-:  ��  ��  ��  i"  9  9  9  99999999999999999999999999999999**r*��'99999999999***909  ���a  s  Moved to the WINDSOR HOTEL.; Our  New Restaurant is newly appointed.throughout. You have eaten your meals with us before. Try us in our new home.' 'Anything .  you want, at any time you say. ��� 'Everything  of the best.  . HOWARD MOORE, Proprietor.  . i April   24 "08  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE     ,  ,     Tfce followlnpr -table (fives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 190S, 1906 and 1907, as reported to the Greenwood Times��� ~  Past  Minb. WOO        1901       1902-      1903        1904        1105       1906        1907        1908   Week  Granby Mines  64,533   231,762   309.858   39^,718   $49,703   653,889   801,404   613,537 ��� 334,810   19,905  A. L. White has a fine stock of  sewing machines - for sale or to  rent.  Judge Williams, from Phoenix  and Judge Cochrane from Grand  Forks were taking a pleasure trip  on Tuesday up and down the  line between Grand Forks and  Marcos. It was all a wild attempt  at reaching Vernon to nominate  the man who- will sacrifice himself in a vain attempt to carry  Yale-Cariboo at the next Dominion election. G. W. Rumberger  and Martin Burrell were both at  the station at Grand Forks to see  that.the judicial luminaries could  step it ni>to��Keremeos where they  would go up the Okanagan lake  on Wednesday. Neither Mr.  Burrell or Mr. Rumberger went  to the convention.  FOR SALE  Household Furniture of various kinds���Chairs, Bedroom  Sets, Cooking Utensils, etc.  Arrangements will be made  for renting house furnished.  Apply Mrs. H.McKINNEY,  Church Street  F@R   SALE  FOUR ROOM HOUSE, on the  Church Street, across the  street from schoolhouse.  House and lot for $225.  Clear title, Taxes paid up to  January 1st, 1908.  W. D\ Flinn,  Tonopah, Nevada  Snowshoe  B.C. Copper Co....  . Mothei Lode.....   ,s,340  B.C. Mine    19,494  Emma       Oro Denoro..    _   Ronnie Belle   _   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.   ���   Idaho    Rawhide    _.   Snnset :.   _   Monntain Rose.     Athlestan    i,i00  Morrison..    ��� ..���  R.Bell   Senator.....   Brey Fogle   No. 37   Reliance >.   Sulphur Kiti g   Winnipeg    1,076  Golden Crown    2,250  King- Solomon   _   Big Copper _ _  No. 7 Mice..   _......  City of Paris    Jewel.      HO  Riverside   Carmi   ���Sally , :   Rambler '   Butcher Boy       Duncan ;   Providence...;;       Elkhorn   .......  Strathmore. .....  ���;.. ..  Oolden Eagle _.:   Preston...   ���   Prince Henry   ���   Skylark       Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine   Bay .".   Mavis...    Don Pedro       Ccescent    _   Helen... _      Rnby   Republic    Miscellaneous......   3.230  297      1,741     20,800     71.212  8,426   135.0CI  3��7  99,034   141,?26   138,079   174,298   147.576   105.90C   208,231  47,405  650  14,811'  8,530  19,365  22,937  15,537  L5.731  " S,*>46  3,3:9  560  363  37,966  16,400  "7,455.  32,350  802  550  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  150     3,450  222  1/40'  785  625  .'2,435  364  33  875  665  ��� 432.  -  2,000  350  2,060  890  ,....:..  993  400  79  219  726  325     167  52  50  300  80  9.485  3,007  20  1,488  11,804  3,177  1,"12  18.274  14,481  55,731 140,685 43,295    2,960 -12,253  25,108 26,032 64,173  3.056 48,390 , 31.270  4,747 3,555  31,258  1,833  649  33  ISO  586  3,456  30  145  770  150  20  325  500  60  750  535  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  90  -30  .  106  65  ..  ....80  .....  76  ..  9  ..  18  40  . . '���  1,140  700  40  20  . 55  140     60  20 -..  15" ..  589  224  30     ...a...  .....  45  23  t .  Total, tons  %.(00   390.S00   503,876  690.419   829,803   933,5431,161,5371,148,237-  Smelter  treatment��� .  Graubv Co  62.387   239,828   212,340 - 401,021    596,252   687,988   828,879   637,626  B.C. CopperCo    _    117,611   143,600   162,913   219,484   210330   123.840   341,952  Pom. Cop. Co,..        Ii2,570     30,930    84,059   218,811   153,439  "B-,380   18,905 .  356,404    19,971  Total reduced... 62y��9   348,439   400,940   697,404   837,C66   SH,8771,l72,4C31,23:,L37     :;t.-.(4 19,471


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